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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 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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Itl CoastNEW for $125,000r!=

YORK (AP) Most of Bought
l the coast of the nation's most
densely populated] area will be
spared the damage that had
been threatened by fickle Hurri-

cane Gladys, the U.S. Weather
Bureau forecast today.
Hardware \ .
The eastern end of Long Island '
was a possible exception.The .
Weather Bureau said no Firm SellsProperty
potentially dangerous winds
were expected between Cape
May, at the southern tip of New
Jersey, and Block Island, R.I.
The major remaining threat
By JEAN CARVER
seemed to be from flooding
Sun Staff Writer
caused by tides two to three feet ,. t. -, '.- .,a:
above normal. City hall has a site. y -

The U.S. Weather Bureau in More than two months of negotiations hRO ..
:
; 1s New York City said the "latest with property ownersin

indications are somewhat more the old Citizens Bank area ',
optimistic." ended Tuesday afternoon in a :
Before the forecast on the 10-minute special City Commis-

hurricane's course was ,revised, sion session.
;
(AP wir.to,to the Sun)
emergency measures had been Commissioners agreed to buy
Smack rushed to protect hundreds of two lots on West University Avenue acs' Cr
Anniversary miles of the northeast coast from Baird Hardware Co. n

from floods, beach erosion and for $125,000.The \ ..p'-. .W7.ww.6Ct
i v' Sen. Barry Goldwater kisses his wife, Peggy, at property damage that had been special session was calledat k
1, Tulsa,.Okla., airport Tuesday on their 30th wedding an- threatened by the high winds 4:45: by Mayor Howard Mc-

niversary. The crew of Goldwater's campaign plane over a vast area around the Kinney during a called budget *
gave the couple a cake. center of the hurricane. review meeting. v4

Although Commissioners Alan
Sutherland and Byron Win n
{/ FOLLOWING were not present they agreedto
in several tele- a %)Rv oWS3v :.
the purchase
; phone conversations with com- .
I? missioners meeting in Utilities a \

The Campaign Director John Kelly's office.
The action followed a final
Tuesday morning meeting withC.
--- A. Pound and his son, C. A.
(Buster) Pound Jr., who own

Too Many 'Responsible the property.The Pounds. offered the city \

two proposals for their land in.Tuesday's .
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Handouts' Man Needed' Manager Bill Green's office: J, ;1
; The $125,000 cash offer -Coming.Soon -City Hall

,which the city accepted. The

DALLAS, Tex. (AP) .;;.: Sen. ""Barry: EVANSVILLE Ind. (AP) Sen. Hu- city will remove two boat dis- City commissioners chose this 'site Tuesday for, 'the $125,000 city hall, e n d 1 n a&3' '
Goldwater said today President Johnson bert H. Humphrey told Indiana voters play shelters from the Tower a two-month deadlock on where to put the building..The three-block site Inclad -- >
IT wants to cut defense spending in favor today, that if they want a responsible House Restaurant parking lot, es the Tower House Restaurant and parking lot. ,City officials said the landmark: -==
'" of "handouts here, subsidies there and president they'll have to vote Demo which is'&n part of the propertyto tower at the corner of University Avenue and N.E. 2nd Street will be razed. (Su1L"-:-:;:=
declared: "That way lies national suicide." cratic. another Baird location. photo by Eddie Davis.) = D =-
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la' > Even trade of the Tower .0.-
urumming criticism of the "In such a difficult and de- :::::-;;;;;;;:.,

Democrats'policies, the foreign Republican and defense presi- PlanFlood manding nation has period no choice of history but to,electas this House owned Citizens property Bark for the just city west- Third of 4 Trapped orker

dential nominee said that if the fStudy the of Baird land. The city wouldbe
president man who,knows
United States is to halt communism the of required to raze the bank
and safeguard freedom For'HogtoVll meaning responsibility building, finish pavmg the park-

"we enemy must by far.be stronger than the who has to demonstrated bear the immense his capacity ing parking area,lot and from then Baird lease Hardware the- Brought to Surface Unhurt -- E '.

Cr.The burdens of this office. to basis.
on a year -
"We must realize that the ,
"Responsibility has been the would also have to relocate -
responsible use of power to Alachua County Commis- hallmark of the KennedyJohnson The city the shelters and a fence MERCURY Nev. (AP-The) main below until, Cooper is der to the top. They traveled Jn. T=
deter those with hostile intent administration third of, four.men trapped more hoisted up., the tiny two-man elevator which.- ', :
sion has called and respon- from the Tower House parking ?
on Roy Miller
is not so largely to provoke all- is than 80 hours in a nuclear mineshaft All.three rescued men werereported had been, used to clear"away : _
the .
sibility single quality Baird '
county engineer, to study the lot to property.Commissioners ,
out war as it is to prevent war," cost of deepening and widening which most distinguishes Presi- at Tuesday's was brought to the surface in good condition.,They the tons, of tangled cable that <
Goldwater said in an address Hogtown Creek, to prevent fu- dent Johnson from the leader of meeting said they felt the pur- today at the Nevada Test Site. were checked at a dispensaryand had trapped the workers bel w. : f
prepared for the American le- ture floods such as occurred the Goldwater faction," the chasing price was "a good It took 1 hour and 3 minutesto sent,home. The workers had been...
gion's national convention. ,during Hurricane Dora's rains Democratic vice presidential deal." bring up Art Luhnow of Luhnow followed Leland"Roeder trapped in the nuclear test -
"If the Communists believe 10 days candidate told a courthouse Realtor Claude M. (Red) North Las Vegas. 45, to the surface. About, shaft since 6 p.m. Saturday ,.::
the odds favor them," the ArizOna ago. rally in this southwestern Indiana Franks who handled the negotiations Only one of the original four- an hour earlier, Solaegui had The space they occupied bey:; ::
senator said "they will not Miller was asked to up-date a city. for the city termed the some remained below -,GeorgeR. taken Floyd Shaw of Santa Barbara low.' was a room 30-by-30 feet- ,_-:
hesitate to hit us with their most survey made several years ago "Unlike the leader of the buy "an extremely fair price. ,Cooper of Tucson, Ariz.,,With Calif., to the top. meant for, instruments thafwould ---
fearsome weapons." when public officials wanted to Goldwater faction," Humphreysaid In a memorandum to, the him was elevator operator Superintendent of tunnels Wil- record atomic blast efV=
Goldwater said the adminis- improve drainage. At that time, in his prepared remarks, commission from the Pounds, Frank Solaegui, who was to.re- liam Flangas accompanied,Roe. fects. -.- -::;:I'
tration now proposes "to cut our the cost was estimated at "I come to Evansville today to the $125,000 purchase price was The original four were in then :;.
military spending in order to roughly $180,000. reaffirm the conviction that we referred to as "less, than our room installing wiring fOf=t, :..4

provide funds for sticking the Jack Durrance suggested need not fear the future we actual cash investment in this Justice Department Inquiry ,instrumentation for a future. ... =.::;:.
.
government's fingers in a still Miller should suggest any work- need not retreat to the past, we property." underground atomic test --i
larger mess of pie for handouts able alternate plans to solve the need only seek the help and the Franks was immediately authorized Given Soft Pedal when a cable being used to low.-.' ;:; :
Be.
here subsidies there." flood threat in the Hogtown hands of the American people in by the commission May er electrical wiring to the room',-="

He said that effort is likely to Creek drainage basin.G. our quest for a better America, Tuesday to continue negotia-. snapped in the shaft. .
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in to America tions with two other property WASHINGTON (AP) The to see it begun while Kennedy is The lower end of the cable "
end "draining the public'spurse" our pledge keep
up M.< Davis, chairman told chairman of the House Judici- for the U.S. of it
harm forward." whose land is adjacentto !: campaigning Senate about 13,000 pounds fell'z,
and doing more moving owners .
than good. the commission he had met just Sen. Barry Goldwater the the Tower House land. ary Committee hopes to defusea from New York. into the shaft, trapping the four. ,,
after the flood with Miller City GOP presidential candidate, The entire city hall complexwill politically explosive investigation The Teamsters' Union, which The upper end whiplashed up .-_'- .
Goldwater called for "true Manager Bill Green and John campaigned in Evansville last include the existing city of the Justice Department has been the'chief force behind and came writhing out of the lip-*::
economy, not the false economyof Kelly, city utilities director. Gen. RobertF. the shaft four other -.V.
Friday and centered his fire on hall property and another and former Atty.. investigation move, would of the striking ..
defenses.
weakening our Hogtown Creek drains more the administration's fiscal block east of the city hall be- Kennedy. like to see action before Presi- workers. i
He said the only rein on Com- than 20 square miles includingmost hind the Tower House now tinder Rep.>Emanuel.Celler,,DrN.Y.,- dent James R. Hoffa's conviction One, James C. Gray, 45, of ,, :.. :f
munist maneuvers in the cold of the west and northwest (See HUBERT on Page 2)) negotiations. It will be 'an whose' committee ordered the :for.jury-tampering is beard Indian Springs Ne.v... was ;: !.

war Is "their hard-headed, cold- parts of Gainesville. The creek Lrshaped area facing East Uni- inquiry Tuesday over his oppositions on appeal in December killed. The others were tojureay' .
of the risk
blooded assessment
ends at a sink in the southwest. versity and extending to Northeast says he intends to try to After the 20-13 -vote that set none seriously. .
they must face. TrafficLight 2nd Ave. from the investigation in motion,, A smaller ventilation sha.f1 .= i
keep anything happeninguntil
"It is compassion or de- "Call the architects and tell after the November elec Celler told neWsmen:,, "Nobody still connected the room with'"':" f
-:cency which prevents ,their them to start drawing Com- asked for this ''investigation the surface. Down it rescue -
,.attacking us," Goldwater said., WHERE TO For Cut-Off missioner James Richardson tions. except those .involved with the workers dropped hot food from ': : i
"They respect our power ,and grinned. "This thing i is: set- As chairman of the special Teamsters Union, If', 'it'had not the test site cafeteria and reading ,..* .-
they fear provoking its use FIND IT A stop-and-go traffic control tled." subcommittee created to con-. been tot their agitation t there matter. The lights in the =-
against them." light will be installed at the Tuesday's action came just duct investigation, Celler would be:no.investigation." room, wired from above, ate-:: =

He said American foreign Comics . . 42 intersection of SW 13th St.U.s. two days over two months from will have a' lot fo say about The Teamsters want the com- functioned. -.:. '
policy based on "false answers"to Classified 48-5t 441) and the Williston Cutoff. the date commissioners desig- when it gets under way but mittee to look into charges that Rescuers began clearing M-::: :
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cold war threats has made Entertainment 40 The Alachua Coonty Comm nated the old bank site at Uni- he'll be under heavy pressure to the Justice Department violated tons of cable from the shaft, -

Communist ,expansion"" "alto- Obituaries . 2 i s s ion Tuesday authorized versity Avenue and Norihe a s t act promptly. Hoffa's constitutional rights ,by snipping it in short lengths and' --
gether too easy. Opinion Page . 4 payment of $2,< "The: worst of the false an- Sports . 11-t 5 pay for the light Power city halL resolution ordering the invest-! Chattanooga. They first backedan Late Tuesday night the found '
i 'swers is that the Communists Women's . 6-9 charge to the county will be The $6 million bond issue last gallon and backed it almost investigation directed specifically the bottom looked up the shaft -:_.
(See BARRY on Page 2)) $1 per month. (See CITY HALL on Page t) solidly .in committee, would .like to Hoffa's case.I (See RESCUE on Page 2)- -
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L1 f*:- Hurricane. Damage Nips Millage Rate Cut "Plans **-"Js,. 11 i



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By NORM LaCOE weeks ago. The rate was17.6 estimates that damage is about have been constructed win lt? :' .
Son Staff writer mills this year. $70,000 to the 800 miles of coun Additional County Com- as much as last year or more... -....
'"Hurricane Dora,took, a, handin The final budget carried by a Commission Approves ty-maintained paved:and. unpaved mission stories on Page 16. This is because the counts -"
shaping budget policies, forcIng 4-to-l vote with Commissioner roads. tax reduction was designed 3snr"
'- the Alachua County Commission Edgar Johnson dissenting. Despite I the mfllage reduction This Is 60 cents,less than,the, partly offset an, increase -in'' *- '
Tuesday to retreat from Johnson said be agrees with $ L9 Million Budget most taxpayers are like- rate this year. property assessments already '? J
its plan to cut one-half mill 'the' budget, but believes $ ),oeo ly ,to pay as much, ormo- Major 'beneficiaries of the put into effect by J. Pierce**- I
from the county tax levy for the should have, been included for when they send back a: check lower levy will be,owners of un- Smith cosaty tax assessor. I.
.fiscal year starting Oct. 1. flood control work primarily $ ,.,5& .26. This is about $15- Most of the extra money is with' their tax bills in coming improved property, such as: for Smith's increases- designedto t-1
: Faced -with extensive hurricane below 'Newnans Lake, in addition 000 higher than the tentative program earmarked for t county: road months. est land pastures cultivated help'the schools.out of a financial ,f
road damage, the commis- 'to $10,000 for'roads enacted Sept. 8. The new departmeat, so. that the long- Their tax bill combining 17.2 fields and even lots in city sub-. bole-apply] primarily toZST
''steners voted to set the new mil- Other commissioners refused togo budget is about $100,060 higher range road .program win not mills for county operations and divisions on rich buildings,do buildings and improvements n2t10 ;:.:: .

lage rate at 17.2 mills, up one- along with Johnson's request than this year's, and about be too severely, delayed by 21.8,mills for school operations not yet stand. the land itself., For b 0 mr ::;:'"' i
tenth mill from the figure set in $212,090 higher, .than the 1962 Dora's hI W. will be $39 for each $1.000'of Owners whose property is improved steads, Smith said the increase """"- ,

:,tentative budget actions two The final budget balances at package. : Roy Miller, county engineer, assessed:property value. or on which buildings (See BUDGET on Page E-4
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j I'PEOPJJE in the 'NEWSBriefly. I fottuaries l City More About Hall t



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ARCHIE BROWN A lifetime 'resident of Ala- From Page 1 : -

chua County, he was a memberof March :
LIVE OAK Funeral serv- designated $1 Y. millionfor
the Baptist church.
ices for Archie Brown, 80, who a new city hall.
Survivors include his wife
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< died Monday in a local hospital Subsequent debates on the
... ", Sallie C. Haymans of Gaines- site selection, ended .,r
scheduled this finally on z
were morning
ville; a daughter, Angaleta Hay- July 20 when 'city rommission-
: at Suwannee Funeral
mans of Gainesville; a son,
Home here. ers put their fingers on the
Chapel
t Hoyt Haymans Jr. of Gaines- Citizens Bank location.

Rev. Pomeroy Carter a nd ville; two half-brothers, J. J. The most heated row over the

z! '.'. Spivey Brabham were the offi- Haymans Jr. of Richmond, Va. site was at the June: 22 city
ciating ministers, and burial is and Alvin Haymans of Silver commission meeting when the

,l 6 \; to be in Cross Creek Ceme- Springs Md.; a half-siter, plan, board recommended property

\ tery, Fayetteville, N. C. Gladys Elms of Silver Springs, at the western edge of 1st

,.sI Brown, at the time of his Md.Burial Avenue along 2nd Street, Including

death, was a resident of Advent will be in Evergreen part of the First Federal -

Christian Home, Dowling Park. Cemetery. Pall bearers include parking lot as the top priority -

I He was born in Fayetteville, Bill Benz, Marvin Moore, Bill location for the new city

N. C., and was a retired comptroller -Ward, George Freeman, Billy ,1'
Jones hall.The
and Alex Bliziotes.ELIZABETH .
second '
for
Pinellas Industries, priority site recommended -
St. Petersburg. He was a mem- by the plan board, ;" ...

ber of the Presbyterian Church. CURLS after extensive study by the "

Survivors include two daugh- Services and burial for Eliza- planning staff and city hall ,r ?:n, j'.

ters, Mrs. Tom Cheek, Live beth Curls, 52, Alachua will be architects Myrl Hanes, Da v i d :

4 v Oak, and Mrs. Joel McCoy, Friday in Greenwood, S. C. Reaves and Dan Branch. was

Gainesville; and a sister, Mrs.J. Mrs. Curls died Tuesday in the Citzens Bank area, includ-

R. Boyd, Fayetteville, N. C. Alachua General Hospital fol- ing the Vidal Drug property at

lowing an extended illness.Sh the corner of N.E. 1st Street It's LBJ They Say
and University Avenae.Commissioners ,
HOYT HAYMANS SR. was a native of Edgefield,

F y r y ,YAw C S. C. and moved to Alachua indicated! yes- Alachua County Democratic Chairman J. H. Ward, left, made sure his wife
Services for Hoyt HaymansSr. terday they gave first consid-
4 ., 66, 1241 NW 35th Ave., will seven years ago. eration to the Vidal Drug property and Dick Jones, chairman of the county Young Citizens for Johnson committee -
Survivors
be Thursday at 10 a.m. in Wil. include her hus- and adjacent Jots owned by had plenty of campaign accessories at Tuesday night's campaign headquarters -
liams-Thomas Funeral Home band, Amos D. Curls of Ala- the Holy Trinity Episcopal I opening. Democratic headquarters are at 120_. SE lot Ave. (Sun photo
chua her
mother Mrs. Olina
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chapel with Dr. T. V. McCaul Timmerman; a brother, ArthurD. Church but talks snagged and by Eddie Davis.)
officiating.Mr. it became aparent the city
Timmerman of Greenwood
Haymans, a retired and a sister, Mrs. Mattie, would be forced to condemn the

I plumber, died Tuesday. Arantt of Chappells, S. C. property go get special it.Tuesday's &ct i o n I I Dem Quarters Open Here I

(AP Wtrephoto to the Sun) came on the motion of Commissioner ---

Back to School for PrincessBritain's More James Richardson Com. Complete with "LBJ" cam night to open Democratic head chairman for the LBJ Hum-

missioner Ed Turlingtcn sec' ticket the.Alachua J County -
paign hats and badges, more quarters. phrey ,
Princess Anne, 14, daughter of Queen AboutBudget onded Richardson's motion. than 400 Alachua, County Democrats State officials in Tallahasseetold headquarters was among

Elizabeth II, arrives at a London railway station that Mayor the McKinney city will probably emphasized retain got_together Tuesday Judge Ira Carter, county the first to 'open Tuesday.
from Aberdeen Scotland to
Tuesday preparatory
the Citizens Bank Gov..
.I starting school again at Benenden, England. .From, -- ,Pace- I.- for future use. T property .. :' Telegrams from Farris
I -1-. "" More About Bryant, Sec, of State Tom Adams -
.
? Is 12% per cent across the boat registration tax tax 1 can'tsay yet whether w $1,500 and
; Comptroller Ray
FIRE SAFETY PENSIONED will:develop'this, for parking 01 : ;
I board .
on buildings.The redemptions $6,000)()( tax deed
; not : Rescue: ; Green were read to the
McKinney saiJL : : group
s Fl or Ida State '_dO" d new tax roll is estimated surplus $1,000; building pErmits
Mother Frederika of the' house Democratic
Queen at
tjy -
Treasurer and I at $109.5 million, $14 In 1 I- and zoning fees $10,500. : open
Greece is going to'get a govern- I Rope Study j- From .1. Executive Committee Chair-
Fire MarshalJ. f lion higher than this year. Of Also interest on bank' accounts Page ,

Edwin Larson ment pension of $100,000 a year, the increase, Smith said $8 million $12,500; t a x assessor -, -- man J. ,H. Ward.'
has announced the newspaper Vima said today. is due to higher assess- ,fees $4,000; tax collectors fees ,COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP-Win and could see lights of the res- only to discover there vras I

t I I that safety Palace officials declined to ments and $6 million to natural '$45,000; circuit court clerk fees ropes designed to catch a draj: cue team through the tangle of more still below. Volunteer'workers were sign-

meetings for .j comment on the report, which growth. $60,000? ; .court of record feesf3,500 hook on planes- landing .on air cable. ed up to staff the.headquarters

firemen, police- ,' quoted government sources. Another aspect to the budget $ ; City of Gainesville voter craft carriers are the subjecl ty The AEC imposed secrecy or I at 120 SE 1st Aver and help in
and other Frederika's husband King of-a year-long study under wa what certain of the Incident,
men picture is Gainesville city taxes ; registration program $300; One shouted up: "Hey, aspects a door-to-door campaign.
officials will beheld Paul, died last March. .Their which are assessed and collected -City, civil defense:program ,$5- at Battelle ,Memorial ResearchInstitute I are you trying to do up there, No newsmen were allowed al t l

_in_ the_n_ son, Constantine, now is king. separately from the coun 000; mosquito control, state .'I .here. keep us awake?" the scene. :The AEC wouldn'l t The headquarters, .will be open

Northwest FloLarson ty. 5,420,30, state II: $18,835.27, The ropes ,occasionally' fail l I give details of the test foi, from '9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday -
rida panhandle beginning in'HIS TURN City ,and, others .$40,476.61. despite close' inspect$ 1i'iA I ,, fc:rescuers hooked onto the any ; through Saturday and be-
,Preliminary indications are which the shaft is designed ,
,
.. at. regular replacement Sesse$;; t tasting and .not ,
Pensacola Oct. 7. Experts Also county judge fees hunk of cable began tween 7 and 9 p.m. on Monday
that'the I '
.' the various seminars over the For 49 days, with the aid of at least city i levy will two go mills up $23,000; tax sale advertising refunds including the tremendous initial I slowly pulling it to the top. would Its say;,if the room would and Friday nights,

state will explain the fire hazards more than 90 witnesses and 755 one, possibly $800; gasoline taxes $260- shock, are being studied to determine house an atomic device. The ,r
of liquified petroleum gas pieces of evidence, the government from the ten-mill The level of sev- 000; railroad and telegraph licenses what design changes Many times before they had AEC said only. it was for "instruments Mrs, Charles Farris is in

-t tanks, the preservation of pressed its income tax eral budget years.is $9,8 million.preliminary $1,500; race track funds .should be made. thought they had the, last piece ," charge. of, volunteer,workers.
and evasion in
evidence in arson cases case Tampa against:
insurance
$90,000
The final budget pic- ; age n ts licenses
safety measure in dealing with Al Rogero. Now, it's Rogero'sturn. county's $4,000; occupational licenses -
r ture breaks down this way:
explosives. REVENUES; AND RECEIPTS $11,000.
The government rested its mills Also beverage licenses $10- Ask Lady. We did.
Property taxes ((17.2 on
any .
at the end of .
SEWS IT UP case Monday's $109.5 million) $1,883,400; Federal 000; fines and forfeitures $90-
session. Tuesday, .U. S. District 000; sheriff civil income and
Rep. Silvio O. Conte, who is Judge George C. Young heard, civil defense funds $11,566.85; other $10,000; Hill-Burton (fed-
i running for re election this and defense motion This is the Ensemble she wanted.
r rejected, a : eral) funds 30882.50;, and,miscellaneous .
fall can't miss. -- "
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Jforr.directed Verdict .of.a quit. More: AboutHubert refunds and receipts
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. Ji The 43year- -, taL $10,000.

Jr old Republican' The defense scheduled to Sub-total 268018153. Less 5
was
I INCLUDES4Pc. I this !
at
[ from the Berk- price
:j cent where
shire hills of begin_ presenting its case today. per reserve required CANISTER SET!
Roger Clearwater insuranceand $116,112.28; beginning cash and
western Massachusetts real estate executive who investment balances $334,500.

,I,. i won both the has liiiha formerly was a member of the From Page 1 Total: $2,898,569.25. ,;,"'" .. iIit ,.0( :" 'fflf- 1
State Road' Board, is charged
a COP and Democratic with evading $174,000 in income! EXPENDITURES
.. nomin- I,record. County commission $113,735; .
taxes during 195658.
ations in his .Humphrey defended this circuit court clerk $63,081; I l l T. 19I1y
district and The trial began July 6. record and said the Democratshad tax assessor $169,800; tax collector -r-, : ,
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"s-no opposi -' On his motion for acquittal;1 demonstrated responsbilityby $72,000; supervisor o f ,," '" >

tion. Conte Chester Bedell of Jacksonville, "taking an. economy which r e gistration $27,510; buildingsand ,, .. '
said the has suffered three recessions in 1 < ''' '''>it
"Who wouldn't want to hit a'Rogero's attorney, gov- grounds $37,905; juvenile. : : .
home run rather than a ernment's evidence was insuf eight Republican years and court $33,780. ;! t14ft' t < y;. 4.pr ENSEMBLEINCLUDING ; : : :

said with ficient to sustain the charges. transforming it into an economy Also ,7f; 1 t.s' *'" ',, Lff v'
single? Conte a grinin public defender $7,176.64 N ,""/ ",,-,.- 'f;,.. q9bau'*" x.z '<}',,<....M"7't, .
an interview. "This has become a trial by which produces 43 consecutive ; court of record $31,124; circuit ; f2.; AW 'OW
With the Republican nomina- poundage," he said, "because months" of recordbreakinggrowth. judge $27,397.18; .county so e.y Yy

all the government has is a lot licitor $9,345; county judge $58- :
tion clearly in the bag, Conte "
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"Responsibility,
of documents.
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decided just two days before the ued, "is reducing the unemployment ; attorney $7,219.28; .# 45-PC MELMAC SERVICE for 8
court
reporter $1,571.04 tuber- sAgi.i4&
I Sept. 10 primary to go for the rate from 7 per cent in culosis association ; > 88

Democratic one also. More AboutBarry January 1961 to less than 5 per munity welfare $3,000$6,500; central; com-] %, c 50-PC STAINLESS TABLEWARE4PC $

Since he is a Republican the cent." welfare $50,940 district 5 #I A e rA
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only way he could do this was After speaking here Hum eral welfare $5,199.96; district r, ay ..rrae

by a write-in and sticker campaign phrey planned to skip north- 5 child welfare $20,000.
in the remaining 48 ward to Terre Haute, near Illinois 4,4'
Also service officer $7,625 ci- t '
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hours. and to Fort Wayne, in the
vil defense $22,032.11 mosquito <;
He swamped his opponentby From l. eastern part of the state. ; W
Page control $98,495.57; zoning and
OPEN AN ACCOUNT $1 A WEEK
more than 2,500 to 518.SHOW o Humphrey figured to find planning $18,080; Santa Fe library 4 : v

will stop being hostile if we friendly territory in both Evansville $43,000; county agent ?
and Terre Haute, the home- t
OVERSteve accommodate them, Gold- $18,942; forest fire service $11- :
towns of, respectively, Sen.
water said. He called that a 313; recreation $20,000; public
Allen says says he is naive misreading of Communist Vance Hartke and Birch Bayh, relations committee $27,750; his-

ending his nightly syndicated intent. both Democrats.This torical society $500.
television production "T h e campaigning around the 4
He fired
a new volley of Also home demonstrati o n
Steve Allen Show," effective;, state's edges also affords the *# *< f.v ?
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charges at Secretary of Defense ; d
agent $11,705 jury commission
I chance of bonus what the ; '
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Robert S. McNamara, sayingthe $550; farm forester $2,105.48; '. -
politicians call "exposure"through ,
Tneactor said Tuesday that "d r
Pentagon chieftain has
I : television radio and the Future Farmers of America $1-
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Westinghouse Broadcasting made "mistake after +, 8 W
mistake"in 000; safe council $3,500; soil I '
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neighboring -
had released him from his press rr's
Corp. dealing with communism.In conservation district $350; road
full' this case in Illinois and Ohio, we
contract so he could devote i quick succession, Gold- well as Kentucky.Both department $617,106.76; sheriff
time to his role as host of the.
water accused McNamara of: Illinois and Ohio are $314,415; debt service $186,463.- h ,
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"I've Got Secret"i
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i program Department into a dis- Humphrey plans to hit hard in capital outlay program 8 SALAD I'IAIES

I Allen has been commuting armament department.A ." his campaigning. The others are $128,382.50; health department

,j between New York and Hollywood part in "the massive mi- California, New York and $128,703; hospital $174,733; wa- J

jl to tape the shows. "It was sevaluation of Soviet intention Michigan. ter conservation board $60,500; z/L
.I just too much," said a spokes- which lead to the Cuban missile electronic data processing department -

,man for the actor.lANKLE crisis." $40,000.Subtotal r 1 SON iG $ 'M1 t l iitreli '
) Too r w.oel a ry roan roRlt er VOO S
I "Persistent attempts to turn BusyTo $2,675,381.27. Contingencies '
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HURT basic defense decisions to political $55,187.98; end i n g :

.j Actor John Wayne, 57, is purposes." NoticeDES cash and investment balances

being treated at Good- Samaritan -- $168.000. Total: $2,898.569.25Gainesyllle .
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Hospital Los Angeles for Need Attack ',
Don Benson of Des Moines was i
|an ankle injury and a respira- I Sun ,
his out of his office when his 8yearold -: 1'1 :
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LanguageC daughter Nancy called
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except
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said Tuesday Wayne underwent UMBUS Ohio AP Saturday and Sunday morn- 8 50UP \
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gone ings by the Gainesville Pub- I
to correct an old ankle
I .urgery There is virtually NO way for their home. lishing Company at 101 SE-
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jury last Wednesday. He developed adult Americans to acquire,basic Don was out at the time of 2nd Place. Gainesville. Floridc. I -. d < fbf DIAMOND MERCHANTS OFAMERfCA
an allergy "to some- and entered as second class
ing he had taken" and it fluency in any but the threeor the call, but a fellow worker matter at the Post Otnce o.Gomesvlll. + Y t ,
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like French German
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she said. and Spanish, says an Ohio State phoned home and asked Nancyif CARRIED OR MAIL I. + ra

"They removed it (the abscess University language specialist. the power had been restored. 1 Week .45 tA1MSYll1E[ Center '

i' ) Monday, and it relieved What is needed, says Prof. "Don't know," Nancy replied. 3 MM. $5.85 ShappIllg

} he pressure on his chest," she Paul Pimsleur, is "a promptand "I've been watching TV. All mail subscriptions muv. ,

,, aid. "He was very uncomfortable massive attack on the be paid in advance. 1222 NORTH MAIN ST.
Member of Audit ,
Bureau of
over the"weekend, but now language training problem to Did you know that during the Circulation. 5 y Shop 9 A.M.- 9 P.M., Morr.,T11N Sot.
it he feels fine. establish; a n a t i onal library six-week hay.fever season some All mite ria.! contalnod herein, to -u Phone 376=8446 '
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Mrs. St. John said she didn'tow where any American could' obtain 12 million victims :will sneeze -Thies she Company (e) IS.*.. ti 3-DAY WATCH REPAIR SERVICEs
i si would be material for home Reproduction In whole or In part c ia.X..Y1t't: !
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:. JOHN K. HARRISON PmMwt eel SOUTHBy S 8I
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V't CMCMtiv KtitM W. O. (Bill) By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
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I 'University City .. vrttsiafl Director, BOB TARTAGLIONE PalHMr pra Wtootot PmMtafcwOf ,t' Writing in an English journal, Mr. Murray Kempton prehf. -,
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Vic PrtsMtrt M4 CircuUUM Meuger. ,,,..: ,"1.; ; y t dieted last July after the nomination of Senator Goldwater

J THE SUN'S POLICY ..$ ,t % that this would be the "vilest" campaign in recent history.

StudyOf .. :' ''I':;i-t It appears to be so and I will leave for Mr. Kempton
i 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. ,
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in- but' only -editorials. ..' E and other critics of the Senator, the responsibility to search

3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. .,.: ;. _.,:, -:,, out and turn the light on his excesses; and .fix the blame
: where it belongs.
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 AShutdown
i Consider now some of the statements Senator Goldwater's

'j'" Want Ads--376-4672 y opponents. Within a 48-hour period last week, three men drew
r a parallel of one sort or other between Goldwater and Hitler.

-r _. ; ," Specifically, George Meany, head of the AFL-CIO, Martin
I :,' .; Luther King, head of the non-violent
.y Negro movement, and
Especially For Freshmen to,, ', Emanuel Celler, head of the Judiciary Committee of the
z South. It may be objected that the three
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Automation's spectre continues ;, ., the three gnetlemen were
Especially for Freshmen rules. If you think you are free to to grow. Fear may be Q j :.t. provoked into objurgatory extremes which cannot be

do as you please, you have not exaggerated, but it i is real vtP blamed on the national leadership. Indeed.

Many years ago a man by the learned the first principle of freedomin and feeds on the most jar- BUT TOE
ring reports of job losses created i wMAUL. NATIONAL leadership was directly involved
name of Edward Sanford Martin a free society. The entire conceptof I'f..-' in the little one-minute
spot that is
by new machines and going the rounds of our
Jp wrote a letter to his freshman son democracy is based on the pri- technology. Innovation is nec POLL VAULTER television screens, featuring a pretty little girl 1 licking an ice

t i in college. But instead of sending it .. macy of law. essary. One bold step invites cream cone, with audio com-

by post he published it in the Atlan inspection and comment. In MOUNTAINS mentary to the effect that
INTO
tic Monthly-and got paid for it. And what if there are laws you late 1959 a collective bargaining MOLEHILLS Senator Goldwater wants to

The published "letter" was read don't like? You have the privilege of agreement was signed: resume nuclear tests, which
between Armour Company would contaminate the
it t widely by college professors-but protest, petition, and appeal-but not and the United Packinghouse, ty little girl. Poor little pret-girl.

f. probably not by college freshmen. the privilege of defiance and viola- Food and Allied Workers and A-Bomb in Politics She doesn't know, and John

So, as often happens, the "message" tion. So don't be an impulsive jay- the Amalgamated Meat Cut Bailey won't tell her, that Ed-

l reached the wrong audience., walker, ignoring the semaphores, the ters and Butcher Workmen of ward Teller announced last

ll: white.lines, the posted warnings, the North America, which are not seem the week that the United States
AFL-CIO unions. The p( frm V ark OJimra average voter suited experts but has ignored -
However, Mr. Martin had some rule book, the college regulations, and agreement C. L. SULZBERGERNEW has any obsessive interest in advice of those most qual- has developed hydrogen
established Automa-
an By bombs
that
I if :Martin the moral the matter. And in France al- ified to it. are 100 per cent
e good things to say. And precepts of your own tion Fund Committee. Public YORK, It is an De give Consequentlyhe free of fall-out: and presum-
though Gaulle's
Jr., heeded them, they undoubtedly conscience.You company, and union mem- odd paradox of our era that have sought to excite opponents public those has whose bewildered some he of ably the little girl is not to '

ii I i iI n I gave him an edge over his compeers bers constitute the committee. its most important problem, opinion against his costly would attract backing and scared off be reminded that President

i in the competitive race for "higher are away from home, and you Its purpose ij to work at nuclear weapons with a 11 force by dissuasion, they others. Truman and President Eisen-

learning." But who knows? Perhapshe feel fully grown up-but you are not. problems of change, transitionand their horrid implications has have not yet succeeded to any The degree of that hower, whom we" know

resented the paternal hand (even Nobody ever is. There will be times displacement.Two not really managed to be- perceptible degree. De Gaulle apparently exists on apathy this vital as moderates, conducted nu-

I the soft-gloved aproach) as interference when you need help and understanding reports provide an in- come a crucial political issuein has seen rightly a point that matter in the lands where it clear tests of a very very
sight into the need fo such any land. People read embarasses aims dirty kind during their administration
policy
: our :
in his new freedom or as "au- and you will feel that you are with fascination about should logically be discussedis the
grim on that
committees, e s e daily in no nation today can pretend to grounds
p on the whole understandable.
I thoritarian paternalism. If so, her not getting it. And sometimes you those industries where as- the megaton race and they global influence without its For neither,the to do so' was necessary to the

probably felt under psychic compulsion won't get it. For there are always sembly line methods increas sit through terrifying movies own atomic arsenal, anymore nor the political diplomatic implica- maintenance of the kind of

i to become one of the early teachers (who ought not to be teachers ingly are being mechanized.One culminating in mushroom than a nation before tions of nucleonics has been freedom that permits little

dropouts. ) who look upon students as un- clouds. But the subject seems World War I could claim glo- explored with the same girls to eat ice cream'cones,
of the studies pas-
"
covers too monstrous and too com bal influence without and big boys to lie about
(y desirable intruders in their private the shutdown of an Armour a strong sion or precision as strategicand
plex to enter seriously into the dangers of doing
We do not remember all the wise Eden of knowledge. And there are meatpacking plant in Fort their voting calculations.Sen. navy. economic implications.. so.

I counsel that Mr. Goldwater with instinc-
ghastly existence of nuclear computers can reckon atomic in the current issue of the
ed in the displacement of \
4 freshman son-and by inference to be counselors) who give you a cold approximately tive correctness, has soughtto .
1,000 productionand arms but they seem to feel effects with at least,a patternof Saturday Evening Post Sen-
I all freshmen. So, in addressing the stare and 'a 'fonn o fill out as they maintenance workers. make the subject"a 'political that; like the weather ,thereis logic. But statesmen :are ator Goldwater is "a wild

following thoughts to campus newcomers comment sadistically on the increas- Well before the shutdown the question in our coming nothing they can do about still lost in sophistry. It is man, a stray, an unprincipledand

i,., we may slip in a synthetic ing dropout rate. fund committee was at work. ,elections. But he has so con- it. At any rate, since they therefore comprehensible ruthless political jujitsu .

f pearl or two of our own. The program involved two fused has his presentation much and but dimly understand its intricacies that ordinary voters should artist" Strange, coming from i

.1 But if really look for help major objectives: ((1)) to facili- displayed so I they are some- find themselves less than riv- the Saturday Evening Post, ,
you you bewilderment in dis-
tate the direct placement of personal what undemocratically inclined eted by something no one has whose principal political writer t
First of all in for orderliness- will find it. The it that it shows little
University cussing
go facultyis Armour to let their t
former employes in governm e n s really managed to explain.The Mr. Stewart Alsop, wroteas
orderliness of mind, habit, and be filled with people who know why new jobs, and ((2)) to letrain promise of appreciably 'influencing handle the question without only] important political recently as last fall that f

l. I havior. Don't let your mind become they are there. They are sincerely displaced workers in different the outcome. presuming to interfere by expressing repercussion of the atom Senator Goldwater was a man

an erratic servant. Discipline it to at- interested in your success, and they occupational skills for which The British, now amid opinions as they do bomb is that now for the of principle and of total sin-
well the there appeared to be some de- their national campaign, were on other matters like taxes. first time-almost 20 years cerity. But it is not ] Sen-
tack the hard problem as as will try to help you find answers to only
mand in the local labor mar- prepared for a solemn nu- after its invention it
Politically speaking, the actually ator Goldwater who is all
it also to deal
easy one. Discipline some of your problems. clear debate. The Labor
ket and
contiguous areas. figures at all. Never these
<. question of nuclear controlsin things, it is inferentially -
new'facts'and ideas t! '
searchinglyiwith Party wants to denegotiate theless what is said aboutit
I ,
all who back
him.
Goldwa-
and ch of
Screening reseat the United States
)
( nuclear -
,
t that contradict old bias-and there When you find such teachers or the displaced work force, to existing agreements with theU.s.A. manufacture (in is hardly con tr, u c- ter's supporters are "fanatic

will be many of them. Unless you such counselors, give them your full determine training. n e eds, of ., and atomics.get entirely The Con-out France), nuclear possession tive. There is so much vagueness saboteurs of the Republican

learn to think,' and think all the attention and cooperation. They will available skills, and the limitations -- servatives military, adopting their (in England) or r nuclear access and misinformation in Party," who will "back into

time, you will, become a creature of be the ones you call to mind (their imposed by the char- own version of Gaullism, in- (in West Germany) stran- public discussions that, as a the woodwork whence they
vote-getting issue it fails to "
,
I reflex instead of rational judgement words, their wisdom, their person acteristics of the wcrkers sist Britain must keep at leasta gely seems to elude the mass register sufficient impact. came, after Goldwater i s"crushed"
were begil nings. ; there to rot in
f decision. alities necessary ,vestige of nuclear indepen- es. Yet their fate is tied up
and ) long after your frustrationsand Notwithstanding, for the
The average age of the work in the ultimate decisions they political oblivion, as is meet
have dence. But the general pub- first time in history the mat-
disappointments flipped force was approximately 46 feel incompetent to take. for those "heedless, reck-
lic has paid surprisingly little
t Orderliness of habit means, pri- through the net of memory.A years; only eight emrloyes attention to what had once The subject here is especi- ter of nuclear weapons and less, ill mannered, arro- .
marily, the "management" of time. were under 30. Nearly 70 per their totally destructive pow- gant" men who back Goldwater. -
been forecast as paramount ally perplexing because of ers is out in the public do-
of Like
the
cent
employes were Dwight Eisenhower
Let your day be predictable. Be final word about what you expect unskilled by the conventional electoral question. Goldwater's frenetic but un- main. Unfortunately, so far it Everett Dirksen, Clare Luce,,

.t where you are supposed to be when to get out of college. Most of standards. Twenty per cent West Germany does not yet successful efforts to excite still looms only] as a terri- Charles Halleck, and twentyor

I you are supposed to be there-not a you, we surmise, hope to get a degree had skills essentially limitedto face its election but there general interest The Sena- ble, incomprehensible nightI I 30 million other Ameri-

J class-cutter or a habitual late ar- and a job. But the University the meatpacking industry. has been an undercurrent of tor has perhaps failed in this mare, a shadow-play in which ,I cans.
10 cent commandedskills debate on atomic weapons purpose because his own too many politicians seem in-
Only
river. Make time schedules that will administration and faculty are mak- per
1, that had some transfer- both between and within the words have too often been tent on making a molehill ofa THE ENGLISH are having -
accommodate all essential activities- ing a special effort to give you a lot ability to the labor market at major parties. Yet, it doesVoice contradictory. He has con- mountain. an election at this moment

both curricular and extra-curricular. more. ,, and the serialenfo
large. Even in this last ----- -- med
,I And don't vacillate constantly between group, approximately one rules of English politics

T,I the positive and negative electrodes They want you to get an educa- quarter of these "mechanical" require an interesting act of

of responsibility.If tion. They want you to be knowledgeable workers were railroad repairmen of the political discipline. No one
and although they I People may issue a piece of political
about the world you live in.
could do welding, carpentryand propaganda against one or
you are incorrigibly sociable (as They want you to be a capable, intelligent metal work, they did not another political candidate

most normal human beings are) human being who can have a generally acceptedcraft I without the express consentof
.On The Sun's Page
don't try to "correct" the habit. Just think straight and who will be an identification.The ===== Opinion == the opposing political can

control it. As Mr. Martin didate or his agent, Thus,
to citizen.
try con honorable and responsible labor force
displaced Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters George Meany would not be
fesses, in his own college days he They want to awaken in you the desire also contained a sizable pro- must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot
words and must be written only side the Poetry cannot be used.'The allowed to "draw a parallel"between
friends portion of members; of minority exceed 500 on one o paper.
lot of time making the -
to college
spent a go on learning-after, About 35 cent Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning orA Goldwater and Hit.
and more in keeping them. So did we. doors have closed on your gradu- groups. per sneer t. ler, without the consent of
were Negro and 15 per cent
That is an educative part of campus ation procession.You were of Latin American an Note From not the training of a recruit. Disservice To Lyndon Johnson. Thus the

living (of all living-so long as it cestry. Fifty per cent were The theological facet of Uni- publisher of an obscene little

, is kept in reasonable bounds and does are entering a great univer white and not Latin Amer- Local Unitarian tarianism may be read in Clear Lake magazine in New York could

not impede your major aim and pur sity. You have already proved your ican. The first two groups "The-Empirical Theology of EDITOR, Sun: As a coun- not publicly question Goldwater's -
EDITOR Sun I add Henry Nelson Wieman", although sanity in full ads
Ii I were subject to commonly : May a ty resident of the Clear Lake page
pose. potential ability by satisfying the recognized barriers in the local few w o r d s to your article I think that most present are I should like ,without LBJ's consent to do
a, to com-
admissions standards. The road labor market. about Unitarians? First, the day Unitarians call them- so. I do not know whether

Remember that college is a little ahead holds unlimited opportunity.Best About half the workers had author is no longer among the selves agnostics. mend service highly of both the the exceptional City of such rules could be applied i

I society-and that all societies have wishes-and bon voyage!, an eighth grade education, or living. Secondly, there is a Perhaps the greatest stimulus Gainesville Utilities Depart- in the United States, under
> less. Many had attended fellowship o f Unitarians-Uni- for the growth of Unitar- the First Amendment, and I
ment and Southern Bell Tele-
R J\ small country schools. T heir versalists here in Gainesville, ianism is the growing reali- maintaining am not altogether sure that I
formal education had gene no that meets each Sunday morn- zation that man must control phone Company for would welcome their insti-

POTOMAC FEVERBy farther than a limited com- ing at 1204 NW 10th Avenue.Mr. the bomb; man cannot avoid virtually uninterrupted tution. But the British, who
service during the recent hurricane -
ence in reading and writing.In Chorowsky was one of responsibility: ; he cannot de- have had such a long experi
JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau addition, some of the Lat- the last of the old-time Uni- pend on the spirit of Jesus to 'ence with democracy, recog-
in Americans had only rud- tarians, and his article hardly save him, nor the hand of God. I only wish that the reporter ni-.. that vile campaigns are
Sen. Goldwater accuses the President of the ultimate in sneaky tactics for the Gainesville Sun
knowledge of Eng- does justice to the present day The realization that it is the the of ,
making the country prosperous to cover up the fact that it is going broke. imentary had been as efficient in enemy thoughtful-. -
Unitarian-Universalists. Let it hand of man that makes and
litical discourse : : "UI.= :
1 --
1f f The $86 million house office building isn't finished, but already auditorsare lish.One hundred forty four be understood that ,Unitarian- writes history and not the were his reporting in their as services.these utilities Before I object to the hatred- not
hand of God is the
around. That's silly. A place can't have skeletons in to wore at Universalism is not a reli- perhaps
snooping closets thathaven't persons were put publishing his article, the only because I believe it
belief that sets the modem
gion. It is a fellowship or as-
built Can it? in the i
been yet. an edible oils refinery
traduces
l sociation of religious people Unitarian apart from tra- Sun should have verified the the democratic.process -
-- area. Eleven were willing to
: Goldwater criticizes :Mr. Johnson for dropping reference to Cuba from his move to a new Armour plant who have not been'able to ac- tional religions, including that fact less that this area sufferedfar know, but how becAuse' I it thinkI is to
damage than wounding
of his 19th many
,I i prepared speech. The senator feels you should stick by what you wish you had at San Angelo, Texas. About cept the dogmatic teachings of century optimistic others.: an American, Goldwater who
chance to deny it. 100 chose retirement the religions of the world. religious forefathers.
r said until you get a persons
During the past fift e e n knows the perils oC"clinging
-- under plans included in the They have asked the fundamental Let it be further understoodthat
do neither I or Mr. Chorow- years, the residents around to a dissenting position, but
"How
A house committee refuses to pqt up $1.9 million for a program to discour- labor agreement. Some 75 question you
and have not r e- sky, or any other person can Clear Lake have gone to con- who must quiver with hurtat
know?
age smoking. They figure the people who write cigarette commercials are already workers with transferrab 1 e ,
J' ceived satisfactory answer make an authoritative state siderable effort to develop the the nature of the abuse
doing what can be done along this line. skills found other jobs. A re- a
training program was made from church or priest ment about Uutarianism. At means of preventing water that heedless men, hurl*

I LBJ announces that we have a new defense against enemy satellites. And available. Almost 200 chose to One facet of modern Unitarianism the next meeting of our Fellowship damage to their homes. In against him. It is true-.. as i

Sen. Dirksen has given away his piccolo-so it looks as though we're in no immediate take the necessary course* of can be seen in their there will be those our own case, the report cone President Truman said, thatif
danger from any source. instruction. The committeedid their new hymn book which who agree with me and those ern ing "serious damage"was you can't stand the heat,

't i -- a thorough job of checking includes many passages from who will not agree with me. completely erroneous un- you should get out of the

_,. Hubert Humphrey's trip to Texas disproved one vicious legend. He did not out all job opportunities; in non-Christian sources. Another Let me also point out some- less water in the yard, es- kitchen. But we do not, do we,

= meet a single Mexican who had ever been hauled out of his grave to vote for the area. Overall results were, facet can be seen in Duncan thing overlooked: every Unitarian pecially after a storm of the want to make the kitchen so
Lyndon Johnson. good. The impact of the clos- Howlett's book "The Fourth meeting, even if it in- magnitude of Dorm is considered hot as lo deny access to4t to '

-- ing was much less harsh. The American Faith." This bookis cludes a worship service, hasa a major catastrophe. everyone except those 'calloused -

President Johnson keeps the campaign on a high level. He declines to answer old lessons were relearned: a must for any serious stu- question and answer and I do not propose to speakfor cretins who care not

Goldwater or attack him-and won't even let Hubert Humphrey do so before education and skills .are necessary dent of religion.:Another facetis discussion,period, in,which all an Clear Lake area residents at all what their countrymenare

!noon on Sunday.A in today's ecoromy.The seen in the program of Re- are free to take'part "How but a number of us urged to think about

worker who licks them, ligious Education. This cen- do you know?" feel that your reporter did them, even to the point 0 f

I 71-year-old man spent 200 days drifting across the Pacific on a.,raft.,He and, who cannot be trained,. ters about the. religious e-. ROBERT W. ,JONES all of us.',.a serious disservice. comparing them. ith'a.Hit-
figured.if he went on an airliner he'd have to watch the movie. -; '


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Wednesday September 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

Bahama Seeks to Halt Cuba Airline I Cigar. Thief. CD Safety Sub-Committee Named .
LANSING Mich. APIt
; ;( f
.Ii doesn't pay for a woman to be The Florida Civil Defense mett S. Roberts, state represen- speaker was Dr. Arthur .
NASSAUBafiainaa 1 (AP.Of.iciaisi to block aerial cargo shipments The government -,owned Cu- Castro'sgovernment is,badlyin 'f
with handful of .
I seen a cigars Authority has been given fur tative from Belle Glade. Barber Broyles, specialist in nuclear
I'i :. concerned that Fidel out of the islands.In 1 bana Airlines made its first need of American industrial if she didn't pay for the cigars. ther assistance in its shelter- also represents the:FCDA physics at the University of -!
'Castro. is more interested in taking Washington, sources said round trip flight Monday, carrying machinery and spare part for Helen Margaret Hall; 47, of study program by the appoint i and the Association Community Florida. '
Card machinery'into; 'Cuba than only six crewmen and a automobiles, trucks ,buses and Lansing, pleaded guilty Mondayto ment last week in Orlando of a Jot '1.
the U.S. has
-Ge :bringing people out. looked today export regulations aircraftU.S. valued new interim legislative sub- Wide Protection from
ton of man in a Russian-built stealing five cigars -
WestEliU| : for:ways to,'stop:his Cuba- designed to prevent transshipment committee on safety. Nuclear Attack.
'to-Nassau of U.s. goods to Cuba via passenger plane. officials expressed disbe- at 28 cents from a gasoline. One of the surest ways to earna
Wint airline service. a third country. The most effective lief that Cuban visitors could station. Members of the new sub- The Orlando meeting includeda living is to learn how to fix an
Ann Bahanii officials str.rted a means of barring Cuban Cubana has announced it will amass any significant amount Municipal Judge Earl E. McDonald committee include Merrill P. program sponsored by the As- automobile. We have more than
Pane search of customs laws, tryingto procurement of goods, they said fly a weekly schedule, and under -of U.s. material by shopping hi 'sentenced Mrs.Hall to a Barber, state senator from sociation for Community Wide 61 million motor vehicles on the .
I find one that could be used was through Bahamian action.Let's a 16-year-old air pact be- Nassau. 60-day jail term and charged Vero Beach; Etter Usher,state Protection on the problems of road, and only 750,000 mechanics. -
.
OtHI tween Cuba and Britain, the Bahamas 1 i her $50 fines and costs. senator from Chiefland and Em- the shelter_program principle .
j n] said, "There However, a Bahamian official -- - ---- ----- - - m
Get Acquainted During I government said Castro "could put a private -.
I is nothing to stop them from individual in here as his agent -i IT'S COUCH'S FOR ZENITH I
I II GATOR DAYS! :coming in daily. All they have to buy material he reeds.. .
I to do is file a flight plan two 1
I There would be I
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we
hours in advance. "THE FINEST
I could do to stop him. r COLOR
TV
START THE SCHOOL YEAR "Right now, all we can do is!I COLOR TV" I I
Film UF
on be difficult.
k / 'I PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED BY COUCH'S I
NOW! Bahamians fear that the
School work. (.and grades) Improve ZJJ Growth SlatedA flights, opposed by the United! OWN ZENITH FACTORY CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS
"--.. ...ht. students almost immediately start typina. .ai.. half-hour film dealing with States, may lead to a drop in I I
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:: stJ will, ;ioi'J It i NOW if.tkty the growth and deveJopmenl trade. II WAYS"i
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, to typa o oaiy to loam The Bahamas Hotel Employers .
TV SIDE BY
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right with a Smith-C<<
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\ Fine Arts Group IllOmEH f HUD m family f -I BPW District i ':- r f RISER'S



Workshop HeldGainesville 604 N. MAIN ,ST.

Slates NorthcentralFlorida's
Sunday TeaThe
UF Sororities Announce Business and Professional vIDe BPW members attended: 1

Women's Club pre-' Mrs. Jean MacClelian, Miss LARGEST
Gainesville Fine Aits As- Mrs. Dan Branch and Miss Mar- .
sented a Program Workshop on Patty Sheldon, Mrs. Ann Paul- New and Used
sociation will open the season ian Davis. public relations at the first district -ling, Mrs. C. A. King, Mrs.

with a tea to be held Sunday All persons interested the Pledaes for Fall Trimester meeting of the season heldon Hill English, Miss Libbe Mazo, Office Machineand

from 4 to 6 p.m., at the Flori- Fine Arts Association are invit- .., Sunday at the Roosevelt Hotel Mrs. Herschel Johnson, Miss I Equipment
da Union Bryan Lounge. ed to attend the tea Mrs. Earl Jacksonville. Riva Tcwne Adelaide Selle andMrs. CharlesM. I HEADQUARTERS
GAINESVILLE, Thirteen CHI OMEGA Ann Tennessee
Killgore, president, announced. Mahoney; of Jacksonville was the hostess Cherry.
.. 1 Mrs. Albert M. Barrett is tea national sororities have pledged Cocoa Edna Louise Caruso Nashville Katherine Douglas club.
j I chairman. She will be assisted 262 coeds at the Universityof ; Coral Gables Ginger Holt, Carol Lee Waters. !
4 by Mrs. Raymond Tassinari, First regular meeting of Florida for the fall trimester.The Goebel; Fort Lauderdale KAPPA ALPHA THETA jecting The program the BPW, Image entitled By, "Pro Pub- We Invite YouEANOE To Come In

I Mrs. Troy Wakefield, Mrs. Al- the association is slated for October sororities and the respective Len Claire Cramer, Cynthia Brooker Phyllis Jayne "
ton Raye, Mrs. H. J. Wiltshire, 7 at 8 p.m.-at the Recrea- pledge lists announced today (Nancy) Lambert; Gainesville Everett; Delray Beach Car- presenting licity, ,was news given media by a tips panel for DURING GATOR DAYS

tion Center. follows: Carol Sue Baker, Neville ol MacMillan; Ft. Lauderdale 1
club publicity chairmen.
aj Elizabeth Laughon, Pamela Barbara Ellen Wagner, Camilla -
Richard Puckett, director of ALPHA CHI OMEGA Panel representatives were '
) WELCOME Edds; Hollywood Marjorie Westley; Gainesville -
the Le Moyne Gallery in Tallahassee Fort Lauderdale Jean Helen -Schear; Jacksonville Helen Elizabeth Lanier Chandler; Mrs. Lee Dollar, Mrs. Bob

will be guest speaker.He Boardman; Fort Myers Joyce Carter, Patricia Ann Jacksonville Anne Louise Roundtree, Mrs. Parke Winter

DURING will present a program entitled Mary Beth Kane; Gainesville Fryer, Vicki Elizabeth Iversen, Stearns; Key West Dorothy and Mrs., Eddie Fisher
"Problems and Proced- Lois Gayle Fullager, Sherry E. Anne Elizabeth Nixdorf, Mich- Janese Salas, Susan Barker Mrs. Bea Freede of Clear-
"( GATOR DAYS ures of Setting Up an Art Gallery" Neufeld; Jacksonville! Judith aele Ann Noble; Marianna Whatton; Merritt Island Di- wat e r, state BPW president, &;

Anne Girardeau; Lakeland Jean Patricia Stre e t m a n ; ane Margaret Holman; Miami, presented the luncheon program -JSfe
J" Cynthia Rae Klausner; Lake Ocala Ann Estes Mills; Diane Randi Kelly; St. Petersburg entitled, "The Heritage We Are *8el &

Worth Victoria Elizabeth !Pompano Beach Pamela Jill Anne Bebout, Living With." t*f-JvtA>* T*$S*'
t f rr Gathman; Leesburg Jan 'Jane Bacharach; Sarasota In addition to the workshop y .-S3@Seg
Grimsley; Miami Marie Ber- Pamela Falck; St. Petersburg (Continued on Page 7)) panelists, the following Gaines- r -
nadette Applegate, Sandra Kay "Si H -
Ellen Him
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James, JoAnn Roberta .. -tfS3&a _s
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Frances Ready, Cynthia Joan- Sparkman; Vero Beach Betty DAYSor 41
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nah Roberts, Cathy Florence Gus (Bess) Taylor; WesPalm
Swain; Miami Springs Joyce Beach Morna Jean 4- 'sk J
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September
Ann. .. Grassman. ; Miramar Baker
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Kitchen shower fetingMiss Anita Louise Branum; Naples Out of State: Tennessee g\i Ati

Edwinna Murphey, fian- -Marilyn Kay Gollnik; North Lookout Mountain Eleanor
Miami -- Jennifer Marie Fletcher, Memphis Mary Se-
cee of Verley J. Spivey of
Jacksonville, 8 .p.m., Mrs. J. Creighton; Orlando Pamela linger Dudley; Virginia ANY DAY YOUR
Sue Potts Palm BeachCath
; Alexandria Alice Melinda
E. Brogdon and Mrs. L. A. -
erine Helen Krueger Sarasota
Hetrick at the former's home, ; Pickett \
Marylyn Carol Harrie : 4
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FRIDAY, September 25 wards; Tampa Josephine Chattahoochee Jennifer PHOTOGRAPHICPROBLEMS
1 Anne Franklin, Beverly Louise Love McKinnon; Ft.: Lauder-
Bridesmaids luncheon hon-
Shea; Paulette Propst Szabo. dale Janice Ann Jackson,
oring Miss Martha Jane Ed- 'Julia Port h
1 Stuart (Penny) ,
N.I wards of Irvine, fiancee of ALPHA DELTA PI !
Barbara Schmid; Gainesville-
( Doug Davis of Valdosta, Ga., Atlantic Beach Mary Sus-! Jessie Beatrice Nettles; Isla- CANOE
Mrs. C. N. Millican of Tam- an McKay; Coral Gables -'
s morada-- Laurie Star Lynn;
pa, noon, Gainesville Golf Katherine[ (Kay) Her r'e nl Jacksonville Billie Janice
and Country Club. Knopf; Jacksonville Beach -i Beach
Eason Jacksonville -
I''I Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss Martha Anne Gonzales; Lakeland -,,Karen; Elizabeth Read; Lakeland ARE OUR SPECIALTY a man's after shave after bath cologne
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Martha Jane Edwards of Mary Elizabeth Fields,i: (Marie) Denette Mc- made bottled sealed in France.: II$5,$8.50.$14.,
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Marilyn Kay n; Connell; Lake City Pam- PHOTO man
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Douglas Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Wales Margaret' Elizabeth ela Sue McCaleb; Miami -
Harry Maxwell Davis of Val- Combs, Julia Ann Lodmell; Karen Ann Gerlin, BarbaraSue

I dosta, Ga., The Brahma of Melbourne Barbara Jean Hadley, Mary Elise Moore, PHOTO FINISHING '. f n

'\1: 'i'" .Ocala. Latham; Miami Pamela Sue Anne Nichols, Susan De- .

9 ,PERFUME. k 1 SATURDAY, September 26. Joyce Madison, Sally Dean lorah Owens; Miami Shores -, CUSTOM FINISHING
i $3.ED1D18.50COLOGNE( : May; Miami Shores Evelyn Robin Sno Whyte; Orlando -
Wedding of Miss Martha Ann Stack; Panama City Judith Dean Huggins; Pensa- FREE PARKING SIN REAR OF STORE
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$1.50 to $10.50 Jane Edwards, daughter of Rose Marie Morris: Sanfrrd cola Janet Elaine Baldwin, FREE PARKING I

I Senator and Mrs. L. K. Edwards Jill Howard West; Sarasota Mary Kathryn (Kathy) Green; .
(Univ. City Bank Lot)
Y.s. 71'ki Jr. of Irvine, and Harry Sally Claire Kelsey; St. Petersburg Pompano Beach Susan Gayle -

1\ Douglas Davis, son (.f Mr. Laurel Ann Fischer, Dygon, Janice Lynn Wacaster Compfete Line of Photographic Supplies
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CbY and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davis Susan Resch Helman, Jennifer ; South Miami Anne [ GRESHAM
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;. ;, of Valdosta, Ga., 8:30 Elin Leinbach; Tampa _Vel-
Katherine
-:: pan. Taylor; Tampa ROY N. GREEN Inc. DOWNTOWN LIGGETT STORE
1 :: : First Baptist Church of Ocala. va Ann Wells, Amanda Whitt- Nancy Jo Midulla; Winter ,.

jnUT COIKIE.calms WWKI SMf Reception following at the home Wright; Titusvilie _I Park Janet Kathleen Web-
Skyline Room'of Silver Kathleen Ann Martin; Winter 1118 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2.4656
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FREE PARKING Vero Beach Kosyln Gail follette Anne Chris Claiborne -
Post wedding reception Brown.

honoring Lt. (j.g.) Robert Out of State: Alabama:: DELTA GAMMA
Schenck and Mrs. Schenckof Linda Kis Cearwater Norma
Birmingham Kay Kay
GRESHAM DRUGS Norfolk, Va., 8 to 10 p.m., er; Virginia Norfolk Bar- Marks; Coral Gables Mary
tan DOWMTOWH.UGCETT ITO I Mrs. George Schenck, Mrs.V. bara (Robbie) Blake Kay Cooper? ; ''F ern and i n a'

I i A. Rogers, Mrs. CarletonVan ALPHA OMICRON PI Beach Sue Joyce Selph; Ft.
Arnam and Mrs. Michael Cocoa Beach Mary .Ger- Walton Beach Carol Beth
12 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-2558 Coullias hostesses at the
trude Kechele; Deerfield Beach Henderson; Jacksonville -
.l Schenck home in Waldo. Susan Martha Hunt; Fort Elizabeth C. (Janie) Brady; 'SAVE. ICON
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Bell; Hollywood Janet Buchanan, Patricia Anne Cole-
Teresa Santilli; Jacksonville man, Valorie Jane Dunn, San-
Nancy Jean Coffron, Linda dra Lee Hungate, Kathleen
From Elaine Edwards, Carol Ann Coolidge Jackson, Gloria Di-
1' Jones, Sharon Louise Lawler, ane Ponce, Anne Leslie White,
the Bonita Louise Stacks; Talla- Anita Wills; Naples Priscilla two delicious pounds of new

hassee Judith Lynn Fore- Anne Hathaway; Pompano
hand; Tampa Terry Michel Beach Sara Jane Dullen-
famousShirtmaker w- Butchko, Carolyn Rose Stewart kopf; Tampa Roberta Louise
: Mrs. Filbert's Corn Oil
i Out of State: Tennessee RodriquezOut Margarine
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lett; Pennsylvania Radnor- Cheryll Lyn Kimsey;

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(Continued from Page 6)) 'KAPPA DELTA len Daly, Sarah Kathryn Dunn, Plan

Carol Wynne Wallace; Tampa Boca Raton _' Sh'ell Virginia Frances Monte, C. Do- ,

-Georgia,Kay (Jodee) Wright; Turmail; Clearwater Leta'ane O'Conell; Ft. Pierce I
West Palm Beach '- Vanette Lillian Belcher, Gather i n e Carolyn Ruth Huggins; Haines Officers will be i installed and
Elizabeth (Penny) Anderson; Bruce' Skinner Cocoa Beach- City Sally Theresa Floyd; reports heard at the annual dinner
E Winter Haven Barbara ; Hollywood Jane Mary 'Sil- meeting of the Women ofthe
Anne- Sharon Joanne Brush; Coral verman Jacksonville Carol First Churchon
r Doty; Winter Park ; Presbyterian
Pamela Eileen Parnell Gables Judith Virginia Silver Elizabeth Boyer, Sharon Tuesday,' at 6:30: p.m.
;; DeLand Susan B. Ha Lorraine Willcox; Miami Reservations should' be madeas
Out of State: Illinois Lombard -away, Carolyn Louise Mancl; Carol Lee Haselwood; Merritt soon as possible with ,Circle
'- Jill Carrie Ann Riha Ft. Lauderdale Claudia Eli Island .
Suzanne Meyer; New Chairmen or Mrs. Stephen
r ..f ..kI Smyrna Beach Patricia i Beckwith.Dr. '

Bryan Gautier; Orlando -
i I Carolyn D. Wright; Ponte Vedra U. S. Gordon, pastor,
Beach Susan Jane Cope will install the officers who are: committee.'W j I
land Judith Bell Schnabel I
; Mrs. Robert F. Head Jr.,
Tampa Paula Jayne Young
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president; Mrs. Denver E. : ;
Winter Haven Janet Patricia
Baughan, president-elect; Mrs. have
KennedyOut
W. B "Whitey" McMullen, vice-
of State
: Virginia -
president and circle coordinator -
Alexandria -Gail Treiber
I I DELTA PHI EPSILON ; Mrs. Albert G. Love, secretary -

/ Coral Gables Hazel Stephen ; Mrs. W. A. Clark treasurer -

Bakst; Daytona Beach .historian.; and Mrs. W. H. Barfield, -

I Paula Sacks; Fort Pierce -

, Pearl Sandra Rubin; Jackson- 1 Program Chairmen and their

ville Phyllis Gene Lippman; ,members are as follows: Personal -
: Miami Susan Jana Coolik, I
Faith and Family Life i '
I Judith Ellen Spiegel; Miami Mrs. Donald B. Wilcox, chairman
'Beach Maxine Bonnie Jac
I Mrs. W. L. Sawyer Mrs.
lobs, Sara Postelnek, Bette Sue Nathan Gammon and Mrs.
Michele Fracine Whit
'!Siegel, George K. Davis; Christian
; North Miami Beach
ney; -
Community Action, Mrs. Billy
I:Susan Lynne Weinberg, Karen
I Brashear, chairman, Mrs. Nat
Sue Zinn; Sanford Carol
I Robertson, Mrs. Tom F. Parkinson ;
Anne Samuel; St. Petersburg-
and Mrs. Carter C. Oster-
I Margie Anne Rothman, Cheri
I Lynn Wax bind; World Missions, Mrs. W.

C. Woodbury, chairman; Mrs. _._ .
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I Out of State: Alabama Birmingham ----- -
unanes men, Mrs. Pierre
'.' : Sue Rae Laufman,
hit ; Vidal Mrs. L. 0.
Rowland, and
Mobile Eileen Freida Levine -
I Mrs. R. B. Melton Leadershipand
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we're ; Georgia Atlanta -
sumptuously situate at three
.. one one one west
resources Mrs.Marinus H.
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( ,Sandra Lynn Fitterman, Judith
r university avenue.one block from campus Rae Miller, Judy Carol Neu- Latour, chairman, Mrs. Heber

and we invife.you to come in and get acquainted. has; Louisiana New Orleans Allen, Mrs George L. Crutch-

meander through our early american aisles and ,-Donna Kay Berger er, and Mrs. Emmanuel Gitlin.

,. pick your choke: from our rich harvest of fall ALPHA EPSILON PHI I New Circle Leaders
t I Gainesville Sally Ellen Circle Chairmen and CoChairmen -
: sportswear, each. bearing a name you know .
." (Sara) Block; Hollywood I are Mrs. John W.
tracy cos cob:, majestic mr. pants .- sir !Marilyn Mae Bricklin; Jacksonville Hoover and Mrs. Stephen Beck-

I for her norman davidson jr. house and I Susan Marcia Kn- with; Mrs. Kathryn E. Reed
van, Carole Jean Nathan Car- and
Mrs. George K. Davis; Mrs. -
t many many more. if you prefer. just visit with pat -
olyn Ruth Sachs; Miami W. D. Williams and Mrs. Fred
1 : : 'and mae'. you'll have a ball I look for me in the Beach Susan Maria Abel, Mason; Mrs. Richard Schmidtand -

., : window, step in through my stable door and enjoy Donna Lee Kandel, Vicki Ellen Mrs. James F. Wharton; WELCOMES : ALL:; NEWCOMERS

'l( a delightful shopping experience. Spelton; Orlando Barbara Mrs. Waldemar Olson and Mrs.
: Ellen Litt Palm Beach LET'S GET
ACQUAINTED
; Kenneth P. Kidd; Mrs. GordonN.
-- twig Abby Judith Drue; Tampa Owen and Mrs. Donald D.

.. Linda Gail Fried, Carol Lynne McGuire; AC4 vA IN TED Mrs. Cherry extends to all newcomers an
SchwartzOut ET invitation to visit and browse around. It is
t Mrs. Nat Robertson
and Mrs.
: : p.s. if you're a newcomer we have a little gift for of State: Goergia At-
: A. E. Harp; Mrs. J. Walter Da easy:: to shop Cherry's because you have the
l you our "twig pin". come sign our guest book, New lanta York- Jane H. Feldman; vison and Mrs. John V. McQuitty SPECIAL convenience of layaway or Central Charge ;
RiverdaleNai
f : get a pin vwearJt; Qnd t.everybody'know you da Lynn Boruchow- Rockville- ; Mrs. Harold E. Bedell and buynig plans. Cherry's has one of the most

, shop a"f'tne""coolest" spot in town<::1. 'twig! Centre Joan Lee Schlesinger Mrs. Ben F. Yarbrough; Mrs. complete collection of dresses, coats, and suits
North Carolina Carter Osterbind and Mrs. Ver- Gainesville. No what occasionyou'll
( -- ; Asheville in matter .
-Sandra Jean Shapiro; Ohi non W. Clark Mrs. R.. C. Stou- DISCOUNT find the brand names you want here.Landise .
Shaker Heights Carla fer and Mrs. R. J. Anderson; \001
Mrs. Don Allen; Mrs. Milton E
WELCOME STUDENTS Joyce Schoen Jon McCauley Lilli Ann
L. I
PHIMUIndialantic Winyall; and Mrs. R. G. Clif- i
IM
i Marsha Sue ton. On AI .ties. Hobbies ,Minx Modes i!
Come in -- .see. the fine cosmetics
beauty Mat" ;
Work Sarasota Morna Glancy Moderators Named
;
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aids, greetings cards and gift ideas.HALF ; Sebring Patricia 'AnneFarrell Moderators for the Circles In eluding NLY Pinehurst Lingerie Leslie FayComplete I I

I ; St. Petersburg Thel- will be Mrs. William B. Tucker THIS WEEK Betty Rose MaternityDepartment '-

ma Jane Mossman; Tampa Mrs. Edwin Hadlock Mrs. (
Patricia Ann Biance Hazel Frank t .wtI ';il&. n''. ... ..
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fin Mrs. Heber) 'Allen -
KAPPA : Mrs. Her-

'- -I. Bradenton Suzanne ,Lynn bert S. Wolfe, Mrs Don B. Eit ,
h P 'VIcMullen; ,Deland-Donna Ra zman Mrs. Freeman Hart, Mrs.

0 'Searles; Ft. Lauderdale -' An. Wilson Calaway, Miss Kathryn M --

vt ,drea Lee Hyde; Dunedin Debe Summers, and Mrs. Martina .
I Lynn Nigels; Gainesville Virgin. 1

Freddy Ann Hill; Lake City Standing Committee chair- I I

4 3 Patricia Carol Guynn; Pompano men include Mrs. E. D. Turner "Gainesville's Most Fashionable

Beach-Janice Susan O'Connor; church plates; Mrs. B. C. Address"I
tlG
} Sarasota-Ardath Claire Muel Fryer, Courtesy; Mrs. Tewes 105 W. University Avenue I

t5Q ler; St. Petersberg Steph Kundel, flowers; Mrs. Fred Borland I .
anie Ann Marsh, Mary Kay greeting; Mrs. Jack Bo- I

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toria Swoope; Tampa Mary
Diane Jones, Donna Elaine ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF
Hennie. THE COURTHOUSE SQUARE ,

c r ae5 0 J Out of State: DelawareWil
mington Marilyn King; Georgia discotheque
e {ot es9e Barbara
) c oSe Augusta -
a o \, Jane Schumacher; New York .

Armonk Judith Carol D -- THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS .
+ ,\ Qtt, ,t ,1 [Watkins; North Carolina-Char
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a 'tIt lotte Mary Janice Luther; : They never looked livelier lovelier,
t 1 t." r South Carolina AikenNoel- never!They could donee oil night. ? ) ,,
\ e Ctit, \ ,tto lyn Pierce HilL !!-j or swing through any spacial occasion tj .
": ... alluringly, enchontingly.AT .
1. S Qtl ZETA TAU ALPHA: ,
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.:-.d-" arV. I Clearwater Louise Eliza )
.i'.r beth Olson; Cocoa Patricia I \XLoLdjJA
Laverne Cuppett; Deland-Elizabeth
Ercil Lee; Ft. Lauder- : :

dale Barbara Jean Nan, .
!Judith Lee Porter; Gainesville !

9k Judy Marie Evans, Barbara Welcome to Gainesville and, in case we haven't met, let me I
Jean Fischer; Hialeah Char- introduce you to Ruddy's. We specialize in smart, quality ,
lene Jean MurphyIndialan- apparel, shoes and accessories for ladies, and a complete v
Barbara Ann floor of children's all moderate You'll
tic Rogers; wear at prices. .
Jacksonville Beach Jane recognize many names including Majestic, Modem Jr., Tracy,
a e Louise Cook; Miami -Rita Ann Cos Cob, Mr. Pants Kayser, Hones Butte Stacy Ames Country n

Cochran, Janis Ann .Compton, Miss and on and on. We'd be delighted to hove you open
Dellarae Black; Orange. Park- a charge account or a special student account or you may
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t iPeni Drane; Tampa Marcia use your central charge. Try shopping at Ruddy's we think
j Frances Blake; West Palm the pleasure will be yours._
rI Beach-Shelia Rosemary Sans-
% \ bury, Sandra Jean Simmons, :, HOLLYWOOD

;,Sally Kaylene Van Als tine;

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GAINESVILLE+ SHOPPING CENTER EDMUNDDWYER i Wear this wide-set strap bra beautifully under every neck-' ;
i i line. Lavished with Alertcon -. Wool knit skimmer wears ,satin bow r
nylon :
1302 NORTH MAIN .STREET lace, it has light booster '.
,r pads to give you that flattering above-cup fullness. Colors>,:' ..... crochet-look ruffles; so danceable! 26.00
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Calendar Of .EventsTODAY > V ; :wDim: ifn IIIqni!i : :: I .n '::4 GATOR DAYS and I

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Law of

Gainesville' announce the en Noon, Amaryllis, Gainesville Melton, 716 NE 'Second Avenue : :
September 23 Kit/for
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gagement, of their daughter .
Club Mrs.H. L. jjfaJnanb
University City Bridge Golf and 'Country ; ; Hydrangea: tjtlltul1m
Miss Nell Law to William
Ray '
,Club, 7:30 pm.: Weed Hall, 12:30. pm., Dogwood, Mrs. Sneeringer, 814 NW 17th .Av&Due' -' .
Dale' Guynn, U. S. Navy son 107 NW 15th Terrace. Ernest Burch; Keystone ;' Jasmine,' Mrs.. John A.
of:Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Guynn!, Gainesville Bridge Club, Heights, Gardenia, Gainesville Murphree Jr., Newb. err y' THE f fflfflIL" LY: rfI@mart; /lew uvawcloFROSTING
also of this city. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Golf and Country Club; Road.
An early March wedding is THURSDAY September 24 1 pjn., Founders, Mrs. : F. Colfax Rebekah 'LodgeNo. .
#" N., Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Ter- .. 2, 8 pjn., Odd Fellows -
planned. Gainesville Women's Golf
I Association, Meeting 9' a.m., race; Gainesville Branch, National NORTHWESTERN MUTUALLIFE
Mimosa, Mrs. Henry ., League of American Pen
.. ... 3 p.m.
Bridge, 10:30 a.m., Luncheon ,
INSURANCE
I COMPANY
;::: .4 Lunsford, 1923 NW 5th Women, 12:15 p.m., Primrose :
Gainesville Golf and
) Avenue Grill. .SINCE; \1857PROGRAMMING,
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Country Club.Gainesville. ; $12.50Now
2 NANCY JANE Garden Club 8 .,pan., Carnation, Mrs. S. FRIDAY, September 25 -
Circles: E. Ritch Jr., 2703 NE 11th ".
School of
Dance Gainesville Chapter, United' <
Meet- St.; :Geranium, Mrs. C. E. .t
9:30 General
a.m.
Association, luncheon
207, .L w: St. ,. Hall of the Nations -. fir
ing Fellowship '
UF Facul t
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meeting.noon y at Two Locations
I 272-2589 SERVICES
First Presbyterian Church, Jim H. ,Jr.AUDITING :
Club Club, West Newberry Road, Dowling
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Azalea: Begonia; Camellia: Bridge Special Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
University of Florida .Engineering .. 1105 W. Unir. Ar e. Town
TAP. BALLET. TOE. Chrysanthemum; Daisy; Gladiolus I "KEy-MAN. SPLIT-DOLLAR a Country Ashly Beauty
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Rm. 206 Secu. BM,
; Gloriosa; Hibiscus; : Wives Club Recep- 376-9783 PARTNERSHIPSun Beauty .Salon Center
Lotus; Palm Dianthus, Mrs. NotesBy tion, 8 to 10p.m.., Faculty '
Marvin Gale, 3927_NW ,18th' Club, West Newberry Road. I 3428 W. Univ. Ave. 4129 N.W. 16th Ave. I
Place; .JOHN E. CRAPS Gainesville 'Bridge. Club, 9 Want Ads Get Results I FR 6-5001 FR 2-5005
Drs. I. T. Gibson and E. E.PhillipS a.m., Holiday Inn. .
were,the winners in the
Get Monday 'evening game of the .
Acquainted .
Gainesville Bridge Club' with .
142% match points. There were Welcome Back to Geiger's. :. .Where the Gals that *." 1

WITH BOB'SSHOES WITH eleven and one half tables' in
play and the average score for
.North South pairs was 120, for Make the Grade Select their I
YOUNG IDEAS
\East West 110.
Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and the
Smart square I write were second with 135,
Check throat styling! narrowly edging out Mrs. R.
the perfect I W Fountain and Mrs. R. A. NEW :* FASHIONS
pattern for. ad1activities. Scrafford, who had. 134%. Miss 4
FORTUNE f1 Sibyl Anderson and partner \

$3.99 .tf': were P. A.fourth Johnson with and 122.J. B. Car- !!

SHOES ,,"' michael 'led the East West
In field with 131%, followed by l
FOR MEN soft Mrs. F. J.. Hoffer and Mrs. R.
Kid M. Walbeck with 124%, Mrs. R. j iLt
"Never Need LeatherRepairing L. Bowman and J. H..Vidal with
118%, and Mrs. R. J.Williams.
and Mrs. C. W. Beasley with

113.The club will hold its next
game ,at 7:30 this evening at
Open .the Holiday Inn Refreshmentswill ..
CHARGEBOB'S be served and full master
'Til 9:00 points will be ,awarded the
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Knit Trim Jacket 14.98
Elastikard Slim Skirt 9.98
Sport Vest 7.98
Elastikord Trimmers 8.98 ,
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(c) TYROLEAN chanel!jacket$18.00 over classic-short ; ,
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Democrats" 'Hold .Open House About"People' Gainesville, Newcomers Give BenefitGainesville t i


r Several, hundred Alac h stickers and Mrs.I Newcomers held C ,
u a Bumper cam Kennedy, High Springs; I
f. County:residents attended the paign-buttons were. distributedto Floyd Tillman, Waldo Mrs. a benefit card: party recently at tTrtW
opening of Democratic Cam- all guests. Caro L. Hare Micanopy; and the City Recreation CenterwithE. !
paign Headquarters at 120 SE Assisting in the hospitalitiesand I Mrs. E. H. Harned, Melrose. E. Phillips taking high i : ;
First Avenue, Tuesday evening. representing their precincts Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hart- bridge prize 'and Mrs. Harry I 1
Also Mrs. Carl]
1 Hosts and .hostesses for the I were Mrs: James W. Phillips, assisting were man Jr. have had as their Witt receiving high prize at ca
Opp, Mrs. M. L. Matsko, Mrs.
open house were members of Hawthorne; Mrs. Janie'H.,Noe, guests for a short visit the nasta. I
Robert Bowers Mrs. J. B. Car-
r-/tte Alachua County Waldo; Mrs. Dorothy S. Kirchoff latter's cousin, Mrs. William Other prizes were, presented I
Democra.j michael Mrs. Thomas H. Mar-
tic Executive ,* Alachua; Mrs.. Bertha: : N. Orr, and Mr. Orr of Mo to L. C. Pittman, Mrs. Cesar .
Mrs. Winn Jr. .
en, Byror.M. bile, Ala. Joining the .Hart Rivera, Mrs. Don McKenna, < '
.Mrs. George W-Uf, Mrs. LeonN. for dinner" Mrs. J. E. Frowick, Mrs. Har
mans
a family was
Get Acquainted ''t..' : Henderson, Mrs. Joseph Brunet Mrs. Hartman's niece, Miss ry Witt, Mrs. Nita Sherr w,
Mrs. C. W. Wells, Mrs. Al-
Sandra who is seniorat Mrs. C. C. Montgomery Mrs.B. V
WITH Taylor,
GAINESVILLE'S HOME-STYLE a PK
I bert H. Miller, Mrs. Clifford A.
the University of Florida H. LeSueur, Mrs. William
BAKED TREATS Cunningham and Mrs. Beverly Sutterer, Mrs. Alta Moses Mrs.i $_ tiL
Jones, all representing their Jack Santerfeit, Ronald Ben
Gainesville precincts.The Arthur Ball 'returned

PIE-CAKE refreshment table was recently from Chicago, wherehe nett.Mrs.. Clarence Myers, Mrs.
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laid[ with a tablecloth of red, was a surgical patient" at Carroll Crowders, Mrs. Nis : 1' ..
PASTRIESVARIETY white and blue bunting.A the Veterans Hospital for a Nissen, Mrs. Don Tredinick,
month. Mrs. Ronald Bennett, M r s. .
centerpiece of red carna- Michael Skoko, Mrs. Jack
:BREAD k 4f a
tions and white chrysanthemums 4 \t '
Jarrett, Mrs. Edgar Eh rig ,
Vienna Rye Hard Rolls Dinner Rolls was flanked by silver Sally Pisani, daughter of Mr. J. E. Frowick and Mr. E.
Breakfast Rolls candlelabra holding red tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pisani of E. Phillips.
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Newcomersare
/ COOKIES and
PARTY PASTRIESKEN1S r Mrs. Patricia Farris, vi c e-
visits Mrs. Pisani's aunt and sponsored by the City
I chairman of the Democratic Executive uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Recreation Department.Prizes .;.-s
BAKERY I I Committee, and Mrs. mond Philips, has returned were donated bv the Officers of the Gainesville Newcomers in charge of arrangements for the
15 S.W. 2nd St. Phone FR 6-7703 i(!John A. Harrison, were in home following an extended following business firms: Wi nn recent benefit party included, left to right, Mrs. Cordie W. Bailey, Mrs. Ronald I

I' OPEN 6 A.M. TO 6 P.M. ''charge: of the open house festi- stay in New York City Poly- Dixie, Rogers Thriftw a y, Bennett, Mrs. Jack Jarrett and Mrs. Harry Witt.
I clinic Hospital. University City Florist, Merle
vities. _____1 1t
Twelve year old Sally was ers Association, J. M. Fields, Norman Cosmetics, Cox Furniture -I IGator, Mary Turner's, Gulf rose Inn, Publix, Party Line, I
injured during a freak accident University City! Florist, Merelej Belk-Lindsey, T h i r s ty I[Hardware Holiday Inn, Prim-I Wise's Drug Gordon Jewlery,
WE INVITE YOU TO GET ACQUAINTED when she crashed McCallum Drug, Campus Beauty -

.. through a revolving glass doorof Box, Walsh Barber Shop,
DURING GATOR DAYS a Manhattan restaurant.The Pincher Canova Drug, Florida Theater,
Poor
.k. .. accident happened while Penny Sleeper J. C. Penny, and Larry's Won-
the Pisani family were in New der House.
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.- Fair. Scrooges when it comes to mattress has lost its evenness health. The price paid, for the complimentary gift by the Citizens .:
f = :> } r health. They'll go out and buy and the support it used to give best is far more economical.You Bank, United Rent-Al sand .
'. -,. ;--- :: themselves cars, television sets because it has been shifting on save nothing by losing sleepon B. G. Edwards, resenta-
....:t'"=-;-:- \.'"-':,' :'. Mr.and' and their Mrs. John Patterson and dishwashers, but tots 11 y the ins'de. The ticking is most an inexpensive and faster tine for Reynolds Tobacco Co.
-:- '" :::.. '' young daughter, neglect one important aspect of likely worn thin or torn in some .
-.. ... Sarah, were weekend guestsof their lives -. sleep.Of places and the mattress sides deteriorating mattress. I Refreshments were served.
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.:. ,. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Leps. that you can't buy. sleep; but the mattress is probably 1
: OF TAN AND BEIGE TO,GIVE A CRISP SPARKLInGTOUCH you can buy a very importantaid marked by a valley shaped like
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Back-
to sleep. roarpresent bed '
you.
: rrt.: : TO FALL,OUTFITS. hannan left for Winchester, ding may interrupt rather than '
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nan's father, B. N. Bales, tress is about 11 years old and maximum comfort. You need : ,
; .- $1399 who died Saturday. well past having value as a this comfort in order' to relax, ; 1 ,>

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Most people need bigger bed
CHIPS ped cream, scooping the
ding and don't realize it. Super-
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chip
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for a mouth-watering finish to
nas. available in most departmentstores.
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Hot water. / any JV
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Salt to taste. You'U win every cooking I
t ," With ingredients like thoseit ribbon' in the neighborhoodwhen All too often people buy the II I
I seems almost too simple. you trot out Banana cheapest bedding they can find
The key to making banana Chips, the newest nibble. because they fail to see the re-\

'. MATCHING BAGSPATENT chips, however, is the kind of I t
beI
I : bananas used. They must
$1299 very hard and very green. WELCOME STUDENTS
The bananas are dipped into
hot water to remove the skin. //, t i tit s 1jf
They are then cut very fine, .
RIFEM TO UPPERS -lengthwise, at an angle for a AND FACULTY /l: t
i : firmer chip. Then deep fry

.. i 'them, .aod ,salt to taste., lo,;
.i If however, you don't wantto DURING GATOR DAYS'e
\ salt them -don't want themas
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basics. First
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a classic blazer. to the Freshmen
SHOPS : 85% wool --1596 Upperclassmen

BARGAINS nylon, fully lined i Faculty, and
: All your favorite New Residentsof
[ GAINESVILLE I 2 STORES' + blazer colors .' E Gainesville
SHOPPING CENTER I I 26 S. MAIN- ST. ; ; .r .:.' In sizes 515.

J Open 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Open 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. /' ,' P ,

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SHIPPED FROM NORTHERN STORES i I I : }if-. .: '
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SKIRT SETS, SHIFTS .Ladies y'Teen: .,Sizes


$ SWEATERS, SKIRTS ASSORTEDARTICLES, I Shop in casual comfort in our completely remodeled -

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: > $ : 50' Our new Ladies Sportswear Department and ex-

tensive collection of suburban casual tailored, and
Winter
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e SKIRTS ;f = Values Up to $2.99
Accessories have been selected with care to com-
; : Slacks Belts
t BLO"USES- Blouses Gloves plement your ensemble.Ask .

: SWEATERS Shorts Wallers l '
PLAY SETS BEACH
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PLAY SETS COATS, JACKETS Polo Shirts Pushers \\ Free customer parking at rear of store on the huge.

1st Fed. Bank Lot.

: CHILDREN'S WEAR
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I. "-Micro-Mesh $1 & 2 '."

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I |J.st Soy "CHARGE, IT"! Ne Dtwii PaymeNt! Months To Pay/! / 8 East University Are. Phone FR 6-5056 Next to Florida Theatre

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Dorm. D. University of Floridaran lation of driver's license r e-I Richard A. Busteflo,. 1002 W. Levy Jr., 3414 NW 5th St., Ave., driving while license revoked James S. Knighton, Wa I d 6:1,: f

red light, $10.Alfred striction, $20. Katharine A. Jenkins ,University Ave., destroy J ing docking traffic,.$7.50.Frances.P ,"$20; careless driving: ;. drunk; $30. -
7th
; 808' w. Panhellenic, Drive,! state property_ $25. Steven ..H: Moritz, Fairbanks, $25:David J.Bonds. Lake'City; Robert L: Hayes 38 t SE
Miller HI, Rt. 4;. ille- Fred P.'Kho- Ave., no, state-driverf license,
SW 13th St. blocking ranxedlight$10. ,
I SEE blocking driveway, $7.50. I Wolf, 19 Fla., driving while intoxicated,
3rd
by gal parking, $5. Thomas P. Na- driveway;'$7.50.. Roger C. Wilder E. den; 405 NW 10th St., speeding,. $20. John Clifton, 817 NW
A, Bcstic 625
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$150.Lubedia -
Joe L. Judy, 1926 W. Univer- 24th Ave. ; : 1Gordon Ave., speeding $10. Woodrow
col, 521 NW 30th Ave., blocking 3600 SW blocking start $10 .
'sity Ave., illegal parking $5. Theodore D.,University Ave.impr pr: 'Or Kirkland, 331 SE Jones, 665 NE 17th.: St., improper
driveway,' .$7.50.
traffic, $7.50. William R. Meir-
303 NE
$25. Emma :'M/Caiaes;
"SUN Patrick N. Brown, 1958 NW 4th h'' failure to yield right backing, $25. Julie J.
Stephenson Jr., lOiS SW 7 t 2nd Place
the 3930 SW 2nd Ave., 2nd turn
man speed- .Ave., improper $25.
St., blocking driveway $7.50. ; E. Hawk Rasmussen 215 B Flav. Ill ille-
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ing, $10. Ronnie McGriff, 121 Ave., blocking driveway, $7.50. Roger-,E. Talbott, 515 NW '36th of way$50..Clayton
: Deborah A. Ford, 2312 :NE 17th 4027 NW. 13th eve:, illegal park- gal turn, $10. Leonard B. Hayes, i
SW 13th St. Robert
speeding $10. Ave., ran'red light $10.
NW.16th
-- Ave., minor in possession ,of Clayton R.Bitter. 112 ing, $5< Barney E. Morgan, 111 Alachua, minor in possession of
: G. Harwood 1322 SW 16th
GENERAL HOSPITALSeptember St., illegal turn, $10. Joseph D Ave., turn alcoholic beverage, $25. GeraldD. St., illegal parking, $50. James Gerald M.Keith, 1007 SW 6th. SB 4th'Ave.,-faulty muffler $20., alcoholic beverage, $25.
illegal $10..
22, 1964 Marsh Jr., 1908 NW 7th Lane, Brody 1220 NW 21st Ave., J. Raffa,. 253 Flav. HI, illegal
I BIRTHS: improper start, $25. Glendon M. Jack L. Redding, 312 SW 1st blocking driveway, $7.50. Don- parking, $5. Kenneth F. McKenna -
Herbert, 1231 NW 31st Ave., ran St., illegal parking, '$5. Charles ald A. Bachman, 906 SW 7th 809 SW 5th Ave., block-\ THIS. IS 'THE ONE THE VERY BIGGEST WATCH SALE OF THE YEARI I ITOI !
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jerome red light, $10. Nelson S. Dizik, Salomon, 503 NW 21st Lane, via Ave., blocking driveway, $7.50. ing driveway, $7.50 Herman M.
Brown High Springs, a girl; -,

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moretta, i TRADE-IN SAVINGS i !
Tremendous f
516 NW 14th Ave., a gill; Mr.

and Mrs. Earl Connella, 2824

NE 13th St., a boy; Mr. and
Mrs. George Watson, 424 NE

6th St., a ADMITTED boy.: : YOU SAVE UP TO S25 AND MORE!


Mrs. Mary Connella, Wayne
Thomas, Morgan Cobb, Jr., Gregory Q WORLDS 1 MOST I FAMOUS I WATCHES. ELGINSHAMILTONSBENRUSTRADE

Jones, Mrs. Jo Moretta, FROM THE FINEST
Grover' Cur 1 n g ton, Maude
Howe, Thomas Stancel, Har- CARPET MANUFACTURERS' L'' IN YOUR WATCH OR CLOCK 4

old Knight, Wendell Farnell, now at Zale's-if S worth more than ever!Use it as down payment.?and
Johnny Dampier, Salatha Kate then choose a fine new watch from Zale's great selection.
of'' FACTORIES .i.we 4 c n _
Suttles, Barton Douglas, all -- AND : THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF 1A.
Gainesville; Mrs. Mild red p .. '?,?=3 THE VALUES YOU'IL FIND: ? '
Brown, High Springs; Miss Your t -

Amelia Beckham Purvis, Hawthorne; COME MILL : A. iYA.. W, 1diGlist $79.50 Trade Price $45.50 Sm '- /
Miss Carolyn Newberry; ENDS 'ox

Mrs. Mable Morgan, Mayo; 32-o-559.95 $32.55
Miss Lillian Hornsby, Willis- .
-_.. ; $49.95 $25.05 i
ton Anna Wood, Evinston; a
Nancy; Willingham, Hawthorne; Mill Ends are the end run of a pattern manufactured by : g. a.: y" .$5930" $39.95 $19.55 E -

Maggie Fisher, Chiefland; Rich- 1 @4 a $34.95 $14.55 :.
ard Brown, Archer; Fred Hol- famous Brand Name Companies.

der, Newberry. .. r'. % :r SS w. 339-525.00 MONEY DOWN$14.50NO 4e 4)

DISCHARGED: THESE ARE FIRST QUALITY! 55 FASHION CONVENIENT TERMS /

Samuel Sink, Emily Cullen;

Willie James] John KUcrease, THE LATEST IN I COLORS! '
Arthur Thompson, Alfonso I
Woods, Mattie Depper, Pau- THE LATEST IN TEXTURES! n' \
line Stone, Walter Hovater, Otis
Thomas, Fannie Mixon, Mor- nweS \ ? 'Y r. P.Y': A :X( / /

gan, Amelia Cobb, Jr.Beckham, Wayne, Carolyn Thomas For Only A Fraction Of The Original Price Y ii

Purvis, Amburs Welch, Mrs.
Mary Nettels and baby girl, STANDARD 9'' AND 12' WIDTHS. .r

Mrs. Frances Blasdell and baby F '

girl, Stanley Carr. Mrs. Pa- FROM $ ,95
tricia Daughtery and baby girl, : T
Mrs. Carolyn Staley and baby iI I/ S
boy, David Stevenson, Rob- //i/? }

ert Wilkerson, Ola Combs, Did- k GATE CITY Per Yd. :i.t. {
ymys Cannon, Carl Richardson iiitwas '

Pat Williams, Grover x. ,
Puckett, Lawrence Furtick, Al- MATTRESS AND ; ,

exander Clary, Merrill Jones, CARPET WORKS
James Ivey, Shirley Bilbrey, ,. x14'r
Thomas Anderson, Virginia 818 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Woodberry, Annie King. Phone FR 20441"Homo ORlSS STJtE

MUNICIPAL COURT of Carpeting in Gainesville" .
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Signed written plea of guilty: t 1tor..t 12 E. University Avenue Phone 376.5891

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By JOE HALBERSTEIN LSU has a strong club and can Mehre said, "You people yards," M eh resaid. "But ORANGEMEANS

Son Sports Editor not be counted out. He said the beat Alabama last year in Vaught's upset because 10 more

::11 '" Mississippi, Alabama and Auburn Gators are good, too, and[Tuscaloosa. Well, I want you of it'came by passing than by

: may rank 1-2-3 in the to know something. An elephantnever running. He wants a balanced
nation this season, in one orderor should beat Mississippi State forgets and neither does 1 offense."

if another Harry Mehre, At- this week. But after that, I Bear ('Bama coach Paul ,Bryant -
/ just don't know," Mebre said.A Top Personnel
j lanta Journal football analyst, ).
told the Gainesville Quarter- noted humorist, Mebre told Mississippi is blessed with Mehre tabbed Auburn as an-

back Club last night. Gator coach Ray Graves that marvelous material, Mehre other SEC team with tremendous :

Mehre, former lineman for he, inherited much of the Ten- :said. "Their B team could win personnel. He noted,
s Notre Dame in the "Four nessee -' knowhow'from' Vols half the games in the Southeastern though, that the Tigers also
f 9 ( Horseman" era and later coachat great Gen. Bob Neyland. "But' Conference." Mehre beat Alabama last year. "That

i. Georgia and Ole Miss, said there's one area in which the 'said Rebel coach Johnny Vaught, may be the biggest mistake

the 'Rebels, Tide and Tigers General had it all over you, i was upset last week even Shug (Auburn coach Ralph

have great teams, perhaps their Ray," Mehre said. "He knew though the Rebs beat strong' Jordan) ever made."

finest ever. how to arrange a schedule bet- Memphis State 30-0. "They Frank Howard, Clemson

The veteran grid writer said ter." gained something like 489 coach, got into the 'act via
Mebre's humor too. Howard
said he isn't interested in bay,
:
; ing good, highly publicized,
Downs Now Guinea Pig quarterbacks anymore. He ask-

ed Mebre to name the two bestin I,

i the South last year. I

'Veteran football analyst Harry Mehre, left, chats with Dr. Harry Warfel, Mehre replied, "I guess Larry -

I center, and Quarterback Club prexy Nebbie Anderson. (Sun photo by Eddie On Gator Varsity TeamAMERICAN Rakestraw of Georgia and

Davis). George Mira of Miami." II

_....._, -_.__. ..__._..- "There you are," Howard I
'".,:y-.2,<:::''$'oO'.M';' Bobby Downs, fine; freshman go to theair too much tgainst to offensive guard because of a said. "Between the two of them I I

: 45 back from Winter Haven, mov- Southern, Methodist. "We need broken' hand. He had difficultyas they won just six games. Nowthey're '
ed up to'the Gator varsity a linebacker last week. and both coaches !
Sherlock to pass under press u r e, gone
; ;.
? ; squad yestrday.But .
(Griffith of Georgia and Gus-
; 11qZiA: Graves said, "before we can Inman Hart 1
f lt don't jump to conclusions. End tafson of Miami) are gone with
; 1 :,., : find out how good our passing Tommy Inman whose them."
: :: % <$ >>" w' Coach Ray Graves is net goingto
fine catches set that
:: "i Ojos' i. pass up
: ; : y. attack is.
: : <<4t"e:;)'t ,:. violate eligibility procedures. touchdown that allowed State to Gator coach Ray Graves
Visits Downs joined the B ,squad to thanked the club for its enthusiastic -
The status of end Lynn Mat- tie Florida 9-9 last year, was
1 be a guinea pig. The fast run- support of the F I o rida
; .. thews still is uncertain for the hurt in the 21-7 loss to Texas
.'L : ning, fine passing freshman is squad. Graves also had his
; ,. State The has Tech and his status, t to, is
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game. Tampan
$:' i-f. 1 to emulate Mississippi State doubtful quips.

quarterback Don Edwards and his broken hand encased in a "You can't win 'em all unless -
LSU signal caller Pat Screen cast. Senior defensive back State also has been hurt by you win that first J a.I
Russell still has badly injuries to guards Hilton Ball, game.//
for the next two v/eeks. That'sa Kenny a But you certainly can
::;q r.v:. w y big job for Gator defenders pulled leg muscle and likely offense; and Sherman Douglas, them all if lose it he said.
,
} you
Sherlock Holmes, floppy hat.'and an, was out .y: y a::,. with Edwards Gator will not play at all, or sporingly defense. Neither is expected to. Graves said the SMU game I 1:::)
football drill this week. He had a tricky Along if he is used. play this week.
close he looked like former 'Florida head linemen and linebackers will Florida will taper off Thurs plan, defensively, worked to
,, ,,
John assistant : '-i-iq'l,; have to face the bull like rushState, too, has injury prob day and will leave Friday for perfection. He also commended I
tor Mauer, lately a.Tennessee; : ;
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:. !., es of husky fullback HoyleGranger i lems. Fine center Pat Watson, Jackson. Headquarters will beat year's team personnel as,
For those who haven't kept up, ,Mauer was to : -q';'>;>>:: ::;>'41'-'
the Vol freshmen this year under new UT coach : ; f1.t{ (Gron jay) of the All SEC last year, has moved the King Edward Hotel. most determined in his tenure I
., at Florida. "This is the first
:
: : '":: h"k Bulldogs. He's a punishing type
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But he picked a neat post scoutiing for
ey. up 3itJi Gator team I've had that I
: ,+, runner who got started latelast can I
land Browns St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia
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due to :75 l say will go out there every Sat
year injuries By
ington Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers. ''J wp I :M: :. { .. and their hearts out.
If you're inquisitive and perplexed as this jfi 1 season's end, Granger was in urday play
This team won't be team discouraged
full a
'9.Jp gear. .I
don't get alarmed. It's perfectly legitimate. ., .
: 1lt" W+ } by defeat.
Mauer, whose territory covers some 56 ; { Passing Game
Next week's speaker will be
South, explained it'this way.
Graves said the Gators will
"I just ,look for top personnel. I send my Pg. II spend much time on their passing Charlie Tate, Miami head

ly to a clearing house which passes out the game today. Florida did not t coach. II
tion to all the clubs I work for. They all know NATIONAL LEAGUEW LEAGUEW.. Howard Hall, chairman of the
L Pet. 6.B.
thing about the players. But no 'one knows : Philadelphia 90 62 .592 New York 71 L 59 Pet..607 G.B._ QB Club's annual trip next _
ers ,any' teams are; interested in or how they St.Cincinnati Louis 85 66 J/3 4Vi Baltimore 90 43: 'U88 Vfi week to New Orleans and Bat I
landtar 84 66 .MO 5 Chicago 89 44 .581 3"% I
draft rotation." San Francisco 84 63 .553 6 Detroit 7. 73 '..520 13 on Rouge for the LSU game -
Milwaukee' 78 n .520 11 Los Angeles 71 76 .506 15
Mauer said the'current'system is beneficial .' Pittsburgh 76 73 .510 12% Cleveland 76 45 .503 15V. reported on last minute
pros'' and the colleges. "There are 14 NFL teams, Chicago Los Angeles 75 e8 76 82 .A.453
"They ,have six regions ,to scout in the' Houston 64 89 .418 26% Washington 69 84 .451 23V.I The club will fly via a different -
New York SO 100 .133 39 59 94 .386
33Vi<
. team had single scout for each region, there'd be Injured Tuesday's Results Kansas City 55 94 .344 MM<: airline and stay at a different .

". .roaming around., Why, they'd drive the colleges Chicago Milwaukee 1. 2,Los Pittsburgh Angeles 0 0 Tuesday's Results hotel than originally plan
so many of them showing up all the time." St. Louis 2 .New York 1 Detroit 2. Baltimore 1 ned. Members will depart from
San Francisco 7, Houston 1 Boston 3. Washington 0
into action meeting at Williston, This looms s Cincinnati 9. Philadelphia 2 Kansas City 10 Minnesota Gainesville municipal airport
That's a good point. After all, the Ted,'_ New York 5-S, Cleveland 3-1, I
Newberry Games
a tossup game with the winner Cincinnati AAcCool 6-3 at Philadelphia' at 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 2, by I
of fine full- to gain added stature in the Bennett 12-12 night Today's Games bus to Jacksonville. The plane
-_: oO Southern Di v isbn Suwanneerace. San Larsen Francisco 5-7, night Marichal. lf-7. at Houston New at Cleveland York Downing McDowell 13-* and 9-4 Sheldon and Kraitek 4-w flies from Jax to New Orleans
,
coach, San Francisco Marichal 19-7 at Houston 12-5 2. twt-fllght Bus transportation will be provided
Larsen 5-7. night
injury and Milwaukee Lemaster 15-1 at Pittsburgh Baltimore Barber MS at Detroit Regan to Baton Rouge for the
North Marion, a heavy favorite Law 12-12 night 5.10Chicago
the game Los Angeles Richert 2.) at Chicago game Oct. 3. Return trip willbe
He will be over Trenton, is brushing up Jackson 2110. Brunet 2-2 Pizarro night 17-9 at Los Angeles to. Jax on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Blackman. its offense, also. Coach Stan St. Louis Gibson' 16-n, at, New 'York Members
Jackson 76
10-15
Minnesota Boswell 0-0 at Karsds city
Den- Toole expressed satisfact ion Thursday's Game Krausse 0-0 Seventy-six members have NATIONWIDE
with Milwaukee at Philadelphia, N Boston Charton 0-0 at loon
of the his defensive unit based on St. Louis at Pittsburgh 2, twinight' Washington signed for the trip with capacity -
play against Eau Gallic. Los Angeles at Chicago Thursdays GamesNo COLLEGE GRID
but'wil l Only games scheduled games scheduled set at 90, Hall said.

Greg COVERAGEAMERICAN
League has eight teams and they're all looking of the

al, too. Not to mention the Candian League the Hor- DURING

erates on a smaller scale. .
in practice

He'll See Gators .a"We're lot ol f AND

Mauer said he would take in the, Gators' game We're not Q ; GATOR I Irr NATIONAL PRO

sissippi State Saturday night because he will indicate.score:"ol f' ssr X11 LEAGUE STORIES

tucky-Mississippi in the afternoon. "I'll also .

play Florida State," he said. o.F''w."W":7""r
The ex-UF cage coach is on the go Butler is .

happy about one aspect of his new task. "They expected .

enough to let me use Knoxville as my home there : 6 DAYS HIGH SCHOOL
(Mrs. (Grace) Mauer) like it there. The scenery in crushed -
when the dogwoods bloom and in the fall when '34-6i: COVERAGE by

torn color is fantastic." JOHN CLENDENDON

Mauer indicated Mississippi is blessed with Jim.Dan
GLENN LANEY
material to He also noted and
-no surprise anyone.
Auburn are superior clubs and that LSU, Is the for the SEE OUR LINE-UP OF JIM KELLY

LSU, tough. the MARC WEINSTEINDON
Always a keen observer of football, Mauer's champion-
defensive ends when he coached under both DAVIS

and Ray Graves (the latter for one season). both JAMES RUSSELL
1965
tors always had strong flanker play, a the ir FORDSFALCONS JIM KING
der the Tennessee-style of defense employed by

til the recent switch in 1962 (for the Gator Bowl

"monster" plan. .

FAIRLANES MUSTANGS T-BIRDS
That Historic Game s MACHINE.GUNCAMERA
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Quarterback Club speaker Harry Mehre'has a W L ,
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but one of his funniest concerns the 1931 ... S 3
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it, 60-0, went game to the Rose Bowl, beat Tulane, 21-12 l'......,. 5 5 3 3 And to Get Started. Here's A Statement of Our Sales Policy'There's EDDIE
national honors. .... 4 4 DAVIS
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As Mehre tells it, it's side-splitting. You see, ..._,.. 2 3 S 4 TOMMY LEWIS

were 8-1 going into the game as was Southern 2 _v. 1 7 hardly anything in this world that lished value in terms of transportation is

held a %1-7 win over Georgia its lone loss., Univ. Meth- .
Mehre said. "That was a historic game./ It ..First 2 4.Naza-Cal some man cannot make a little worse and too ,well known to need anything more
ern Cal a chance to go to the Rose Bowl and 4. High-
national championship. But I want to tell you No.Methodist 2 U sell
I've studied movies of that game over and over for
And believe me when I say this. It could have .,. W 4 L 0 consider price only are his legitimate terms. We cannot afford to jeopardise a COACHES

ent. I know what you're thinking. It was 600. .... 4 0 "
.., 4 0 prey. These wise words by John Ruskin AND PLAYERS
reputation for honorable
True, but if you'd take away a couple of .. J 1 dealing that has

intercepted passes, four blocked kicks, five ....,3. :1 3 1 are as true today as when he spoke them been'
it ... .a troditior1'.at'J1aw and Keeter for 40
penalties. Why, could have been 900( )! 1 3 .
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games Mehre at also Tuesday tossed night's in several meeting.predictions He 'goes for for ?.... C 0 4 4 :nearly a century ago. Here at Shaw and, years. So cOl't'e' and -acquainted .

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Gainesville High School went: P., K. Yonge, mea nwhile, covered but quarterback Don

\- .' through a lengthy scrimmage: spent time on, offense looking Falcon is doubtful because of a invite to in and
come acquainted and look
\ Tuesday in preparation. for Fri.. to its Keystone Conference clash c h arleyhorse." Halfback Larry you get over

; day's home debut of 1964: with Fernandina Beach there Crawford also is doubtful due our fine selection of BRAND NAME MERCHANDISE. Let us
against rival Palatka. Friday night to a knee injury.

'' Coach Jim Niblack said the: Coach Mike Gutierr said i Knee Hurt solve your sporting goods needs.

,
'Canes put emphasis on of. the Wave would touch on defense
fense. "Charlie Smith had a. in its drill. Injured I Second string I center M.ike
today
good day running the ball,"I center Rob Hansen work Frick has a knee hurt and may I GOLF1 I I TENNIS I

$ Niblack said. "So did Mike: ed out Tuesday. ,Gutierrez I be used strictly for extra points,
Hurse said. Tackle
Jeff Warren
Oyenarte and Allan Spears." said Hansen's knee injury did !
Nib1 ck said the 'Canes also I not appear to hamper the line- had his hand stepped on in Clubs by MacGregor Rackets :
practice Tuesday and it took
brushed up their defense. Flu I man.

.hoe..... Vif.... .mantr......J ____u. _____ 4-5 stitches to close a finger Bags Presses :
At Santa Fe, Coach Charlie cut. End Eddie Douglas injured : : w
members of Roberts said his Rebels also an elbow and his status is un- Carts Balls
the team but
worked hard on offense, tryingto certain.At f
it's a 24-hour .. bolster a scoring punch for i. Balls Shoes (by Converse Beacon '
strain of virus the expected struggle with Lincoln, Coach Jesse .
and most of the Starke Friday night. Heard's Terriers will close out Shoes (Men fir Women) Falls, U.S. Keds) ,

ArmyRollie GHS gridders drills today for Thursday'sclash ,
Engineers
are expected to Large Crowds with Sanford Croomes. Complete Line of Accessories Tennis Shorts (Men)

be ready for ,.JJ! Roberts said the game with Heard said the Terriers are
Stichweh, Army quarterback, refers to his ; ;; the Tornadoes both teams Tennis Skirts (Ladies)
notes the Thor liquid-propellant rocket the Braves. Oy; ; are shaping up slowly and that he ,
on Jupiter ( )
1-0 to date, is expected to draw
The Palatka game promisesto expects a good, tight game.
motor in the background in his Ordinance Engineering Bermudas & Jamaicas
draw a full stadium at Citizen's -one of the largest crowds ever _ _ }
class at the U. S. Military Academy at West Heard said Alfonso Clarke
Field. to see a contest at Rebel field.
The traditional
Point. Stichweh drove the Cadets to 34.0 rout of con- I L FOOTBALL I
a test always brings over some Santa Fe is in good shape, has shown well at halfbackand
The Citadel last weekend.AP Palatkans. physically, Roberts said. "We the defensive line has been I BASKETBALLMinature I
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Reds Blast Phils 9-2 bruises.At Starke, Coach David Women's Golf Gator Jerseys Backboard and t'

Hurse said his Tornadoes also Pants Goal Sets

To NL Race are view placing of the emphasis strong on Santa offensein Fe Meet Slated Shoes Nets

Keep Going defense. .
Gainesville Golf and Country Socks :
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By MIKE RATHET 9-2 victory over National than Baltimore and Chicago, much time on our offensive I will hold its first meeting. Helmets '
Associated Press Writer leading PhiladelphiaYou bloc king against Santa Fe's Basket BallsFRATERNITY
Sports League trying to catch the New York Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
know that pennant race that trimmed the Phillies' lead Yankees i n the American 6-2. They do a lot of stunting." First round play in the Shoulder fir Hip Pads !:

in the National League. to 4& games. League scramble.The Starke has been slowed by a Rutherford tournament for the! I
It may just be starting. The second-place Reds and rash of injuries. Fullback Mic- 18 hole group will begin 'Ihurs!
The Cincinnati Reds saw to the third-place 'Cardinals, five White Sox are in the key Agner likely will be re day.Hardware. I II and SORORITY OUTFITTERS

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L I LITTLE. CARD MAKES IT BIG

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Picks State Over Gators -........ ,.j. r "

By KELSO STURGEONAP for, himself.. Card graded,::near straight plays. through.,'and,hit, the runner' 'can move quicker than
II By JOE HALBERSTEIN \\I Sports Writer the top of the team's linemen .On! the' first play, :Card a:'three-yard loss. I big men and the quarter-
that "warm
Son Editor firemen are.need.)Georgia Tech. Again, no one Who says college football is during 'its 24-8 victory,. over knocked 'down' 15-yard pass. "Big-players'are,not used can't spot me as a defens-
Sports ;
There's liable to be a hot ed to keep the Sunperts from else concurred with his pick. a game for big men only Southern Methodist Saturday.: On.the.second he stopped'a,run- blocking anyone of my size,hit."I man," Card said, grinning.

time in the old town of Jack going up in flames of chagrin. Alabama over Tulane, Au- There's a little 5-foot-6,165- SMU knew Card was in the ner at the line of scrimmage and the going is not too guess you could just say

son, Miss., Saturday night Varied Selection I burn over Tennessee, Mississippi pound guard at Florida who is game, too, because he ,stopped on <+the: .thii'cf play-a pitchout Card said. "I just don't. rm a sneak in the defens
when the Gators take on Mississippi The Guestperts are Capt. L over Kentucky all untni- living proof that you don't haveto the Mustange offense on; three around end. -' ,Card crashed enough surface for them to secondary."

State in a Southeastern B. Laird Lt. Charles A. Huff mous. have a 60-inch'chest and wear 1
Conference football game. and Lt. Wayne StudstiU. Their Like BulldogsBut size 16 shoes to make it big in

selections are as varied as afiremen's Vanderbilt Georgia, a big man's game.In DIXIE VIM'STIRE 8 a.m.-6:30.p.m.
With that in mind, what could NO MONEY .
duties. back up a moment. Nissen and fact this little guard, Jack
be perts better hailing than from three the G u back est. Laird sees the Gators losing to Cason go for the Bulldogs. Everyone -Card, says he, seldom thinks owN CITYOpen: ::: N.W.I 3th St.

room at the No. 1 fire station.There's the Bulldogs Saturday night. else thinks former Gator about his size,when on the foot-:. FR 2-5030
No one else did. I assistant coach Jack Green ball field. It's never'occurred to
another reason, too. Huff picks Florida State over!has the real thing at Vandy him that it makes any differ
Last week, Guestpert Dr. Rich-
Texas Christian differ this year. ence. !
to from
ard T. Smith, head pediatricianat his fire-mates. This is I And LSU Rice poses another '
The real
a tossup only problem Card
Medical the University Center started of Florida the game as yours truly and Nis I toughie. Laird and this writer has had at Florida is getting a i GATOR VICTORY SALE
Nissen also went for the Semi- like' the Bayou Bengals to number small enough for him.
off with
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Tech over Mississippi State Laird has ,a shocker up his football fire to put out, you up and asked special permissionfrom
correctly. With the Guestperts sleeve. He likes Miami over know the men to calL conference commissioner
Bernie Moore to allow Card to

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Mississippi, for the F l,o r i da-!I University of Florida Alum n i tive Secretary of the Alumni OPEN 'COMPACT'. SPORT SPECIALS
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1 r-"?.- .' Namath Back of Week I
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1 Toils tarn Best LinemanBy '" .

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -'the opening :'game for both 21 performance In the pass
I By TED' MEIER Associated Press today r his losing out at fullback, his position .
Quarterback Joe Namath cred- teams Saturday night in Tus- throwing department tied a
Associated Press Sports Writer outstanding play against"Wash- the last two years. He was ,, its the Alabama forward wallwith .
Larry Tollstam, a fullback ington. listed as a starting linebacker caloosa. single game Alabama completion -
rI making possible his selec-
turned linebacker for the Air The Air Force upset the Husk- only a week ago by Coach Ben a tion as the 'first Associated To win the.honor, Namath had record established 18 years
Force. Academy, was named ies, ranked seventh in the preseason -Martin and made 10 assists in overcOme Gilmer.
Press Back of the Week of the to superlative perfor- ago by Harry
Lineman of the Week The 3-2 addition his tackles."I .
by rankings, Saturday. to solo 'ate
1964 collegiate football season."I mances,by such other stars as said that Namath
like he said when Bryant ,
hitting,
Tollstam, a 206-pound senior '
Florida State flanker Fred Be-
asked if he missed the felt'I had 'a decent night, whom he described as the best
carrying
from Mich. made' 18 "
Lansing, ,
Coached ball. but the rest of the team did letnikoff, Army's ,Rollie Sti- quarterback in the country, "is
tackles as the Falcon defense
chweh
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -,stalled the Huskies' running In contention for the weekly everything just right offensivelyand DaNama"th and'Virginia sophomoreBob certainly deserving of the hon
it made work ,
I much
led the line honor in the my so or. His performance was no
Kentucky basketball guard Terry attack. He goal voting by sports "
easier, the 194-pound senior suspended by Coach more than he had been
Mobley of Harrodsburg was stand in the closing minutes writers and broadcasters were expecting
coached in high school by For-that stopped Washington's star end Bill Cronin of Boston College
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;st (Aggie) Sale, former Ken- fullback, Junior Coffey, inches ; Dick Pratt, : The AP selected Namath on games last year, passed for 167 in practice and around the
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basis of his
play in leading yards, ran for .55 and scored dorm prior to the
was
I tucky great who was named this short of a first down. tackle Glenn Sasser ., the .' game
ear to the Helms Foundation Tollstam volunteered to play Carolina State and I =:fv :, "'} Crimson Tide to a convinc- three touchdowns in his romp I outstanding and vital factor in

gall of Fame. linebacker this season after Dzura of California. TOLLSTAM I,I JOE NAMATH ing 31-3 victory over Georgia in, against the Bulldogs. His, 16-of. our mental attitude."

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J INC. t". over Wisconsin: I:, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964
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1 TOMORROWAT Akron U. ............21 s. W. Missouri 14 Harvard ................10 Massachusetts 7
Alabama A&M ....47 Lone. . U... 6 Holy Cross ..........17 Villanova .. .14
Alabama ..............21 Tulane . . 0 Idaho State ._......20 College of Idaho 45
Albany State ........1% Miles . . 6 Illinois ........_.. .21 Cotiforna' .. .. 7
TROPICALPONTIAC Albion ................20 Ferris. . .14 III. Wesleyan _......27 Carroll () .13
WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTYDURING Alcorn A&M ........20 Wiley. . .14 Indiana State ........20 Illinois State . 7
Alfred ..................34 Brockport State 6 Indiana U. _..........14 Northwestern .13
Allegheny ...?.......26 Woyn. State .20 Iowa U. ...._.....34 Idaho U .. .. 45
American Inter ..13 Central Conn- 6 Kent State ............20 Xavier (Ohio) ..14
220. N.W. 8th AVE. Amherst ..............27 Springfield. ..14 Maryland ..............14 South Carolina .13
Anderson ..............27 Hanover . .. 6 Miami (Ohio), ....17 Marshall. .. .. .14
t LISTEN TO THE Arizona U. ..........27 Brigham Young .,_ 6 Michigan Slot. ....U North Carolina U. 7
Arkansas ............_20 Tulsa . . 7 Michigan U. ........17 Air Force Academy 7
Army ..................28 Boston College .14 U. of Tenn
Joe HalbersteinAND Ashland ..............34 Alma . . 0 Middle Tennessee 20 (Martin) .14
Augsburt ............47 Macalester . 6 Minnesota ............14 Nebraska . 7Aupustana
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Austin ................20 S. E. Oklahoma 12 Mississippi U. __28 Kentucky. .. 1
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sir Ball State ............20 Butler ..-13 Navy _.__.....27 William L Mary 45
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San D. Chargers ..%4 Buffalo Bills .17 _. .... ___
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Gainesville's NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Favorite Meeting Baltimore Colts ..27 Chicago Bears .17 Pitt. $t..I.,. _..20 Deltas Cowboys ..17
GROUP Cln. Browns ......34 Phila. Eagles 24 I St. L Cardinals ..24 San Fran. '49ers 20.
Spot Minn. Vikings ...11 Los Angeles Rams 20
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15 Rounds HAL BOCK 1 timore Orioles, who lost .2-1 to pace. I remaining schedule does not Elsewhere in the American

Associated Press Sports Writer I Detroit, and 3& games over the I. Since then the 'perennial call for them to meet the contenders League; Boston shut out Wash-

.x You know that pennant race Chicago White Sox, who were champions have won 22 of 29 Philadelphia must play ington 3-0 and Kansas City out
LONDON (AP) Welter- I' shut out t-G'by Los Angeles. I
I in the American League. [including the last seven straight pursuing Cincinnati and St. lasted Minnesota 109.
weight champion Emile Griffith It may just be over.. The Yankees hold an impos-
in the loss while moving to the top of the Louis three times each in its Stottlemyre started the first
set off for a well-earned holidayin The New York Yankees saw ing four-game edge '
to that Tuesday night, sweepinga column and seem on the 'thres- heap. Even though their lead is last 10 games game and led 5-3 when he tiredin

his native: Virgin Islands Ut twi-night doubleheader from hold of clinching the pennantthat two games less than the margin I Whitey Ford and Mel Stottle-' the ninth, giving up two sin-

today after winning over a par- the Cleveland Indians 5-3 and 8- looked all but lost exactly a held by the National League- myre were Manager Yogi Ber- .gles. Berra went to the mound,

tisan London boxing crowd with 1. The twin. triumphs stretchedthe month ago today., On Aug. 22, leading Phil delphia' Phillies, ra's winning combination Tues-hesitated a moment, and then

a masterly defense of his title Yankees' ,American League New York lost its sixth straight the Yankees actually are in a day with relief pitchers Pete r!called in Ramos who came to

against Welshman Brian Curvis. lead to 2% games over the Bal, and dropped six games off the stronger position because their Ramos. and Hal Reniff helpingout. .'the weeks Yankees ago. from Cleveland two

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Griffith, 26, dropped the 27-
". ;"; American League Boxes I
year-old British Champion for s

counts of eight in the sixth .1 Great new taste:

round nine in the 10th and nine : BOstON WASHINGTONab BALTIMORE DETROIT Night Game
r h M ab r h bi) abrhbi abrhbi NEW YORK CLEVELAND '
again in the 13th before a sellout Mantilla 2b 5010 Brgame 2b 4020 Aparicio ss 4000 M'Vliffe ss 3000 abrhbi abrhbi tobacco z'
";' ;;: t f C'nigli'ro If 4010 Kennedy 5t: 3000 Adair 2b 5020 Lumpe Ib 4130 lint ss 4222 Salmon rf 4010 pipe
crowd of 10,300 at Wembley _"_' '- 'V.' N./._."'.>.".../..._: _._z ... .,5a__ Yasti-skl cf 3 1 1 0 Kirkland ph 1 0 0 0 Powell If 2106 Kaline rf 4122 Ricn'ds'n :b 41 2 1 Howser ss 4000
Studrt Ib 3000 Hinton If 4010 Saverine pr 0 0 0 0 Cash Ib 3000 Maris cf 5010 Chance Ib 4010 _
Indoor Stadium. CHAMPION GRIFFITH DROPS CURVIS Williams Ib 0 0 0 0 King rf 5000 B. R'son 4 0 0 0 Brown If 3000 AUntie If 4122 Alvis 3b 4000
Malzone 3b 3100 Cottier pr 0000 Bowens rf 4020 Demeter ct 3000 Reniff p 1000 Romano c 2000
Griffith set the pace from the Action Came in Sixth Round of Title BoutAP Thomas rf 2000 Lock cf 4000 Johnson It. 2001 Freehan c 3010.Wert Howard C 4120 Sims ph 1000 in filter
( Wirephoto to the Sun) Smith rf 1111 Phillips Ib 3000 Slebern ph 1000, 3b 3000 Pepitone Ib 3100 Bans If 3111 a
start of the 15-rounder and bat- Bressoud ss 3 0 1 0 Sievers ph 1 O00 Brandt cf 2.1 Aguirre p 0000 Tresh rf 4121 Agee cf-rf 3000Boyar
be er-fit Curvis It his Tillman e'4021 Brumley c 3010 Orsino c 3 0 0 Rakow p 3 0 0 0Lauphc I 3b 4111 Brown 2b 2010
Welshman ertain the challenger would hung on. was
tered the so : ..
gallant M' 'q'ne p 5011 Brinic'an ss 3010 1000 Ford p 3000 Davalillo cf 1 0 0 0 PIPE T06ACCA UI6 fUI DGA1 T1t
hard at times that it looked J crocked out. Somehow the supsecond defeat in 32 pro bouts. Osteen p" 2000 Papoas p 3010 Repoz rf 0000 Donovan pl. 0 0 !
Totals 31 3 I 3 Totals 31 ISO Snyder ph 1 000Totals Martinez ph 1 0 0 0
....... .. 31 1 4 1 Totals 29202 Franc-pa ph.1 00 0 cigarette
Boston .. ....... 000000003-3Washington .
................ 000 eel toO-f Baltimore ,.........-,..... too aoo ooo i Moran 2b 0000
Totals 3*112 7 Totals
IN DAVIS CUP MATCHES Detroit .,...?...1....;?:; 200 000 OOx-2 31 1 4 1
E-None. OP-Wash'ngron J. LOB- New York ................. 200 OC1 005-4 f' 4
Boston S. Washington 6. E-B. Robinson. DP-Baltimore, 1, De- Cleveland ........u.. ...... 010 000 000-1
28-Yastrzemskl, Smith Blastngame, troit 1. LOB-Baltimore 13 Detroit 4.
Brumley. 5steen. Stuart. 2B-Bowens. HR-Kaline (15). E-None. LOB-New York 5, Cleveland;
IP H R ER Ba SC 40-
Extra Time for Injuries Mt/atte W' 12-13 9 5 0 0 1 .3 IPJf: R ER IB SO 2B-Howard 2. Richardson. Chance. HR You get pleasing aroma-and a great / 4 '
Osteen L .-.12 .... 81-37 3 3 4 4 Pappas L 15.6 :..' S 6 2 2 1 3 -Mantle (33), Llnz (5), Banks O).
.. Aguirre ._ 2.3 0. 1 1 4 0 new taste! The secret? It's packed\\ithAmerica's
Kline......... 2.3 1 0 0 2 0T2:11. .e..r I IP H R Eat IB SO
,Rakow W M .... 7 2.3 6 0 0 3 7
A-1,998. Ford W 16-4 7 3 I 1 I 2
......... m. tasting pipe'tobacco
Navarro ,2-3 0 0 0 1 0
Renlff .,........
MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY 2 1 0 0 0 1
"By WILL GRIMSLEY The same concession will be Newport Casino tournament this abrhbi abrhbi i r HBP-By Rakow (Aparicio.) T-2:28. Donovan L 7-, .... 5 2-3 3 3 0 3 famous Half and Hall!Smoke'new Half
CLEVELAND AP If Den- made to Roy Emerson or Fred summer and aggravated it laterat Rollins 3b 12 2'0 C'pan'rls IS 5 GOO A-W3S. John... ......... 1-3 0 0 C 0 0
( ) Versa lies is 4 1 3 0 Green 2b 5111 Game Abernathy....... 2 I 0 0 2 2 .and Half Filter Cigarettes! .
Stolle of the Australian team Southampton. Twilight ........
Kindall 2b 0000 Stahl If 50'00Oliva NEW YORK McMahon 0 3 4 4 2 0
nis Ralston's tender right ankle should either as a matter of Ralston's ankle showed no rf 5223 Colavito rf 3200 r h bi CLEVELANDab ab r 1111 Walker ........... 1 2 1 1 0 1 Mr.t $4 PnJutt / .7
buckles him in the Davis Killebrew If 41 1 0 Gentile ID 2421 McMahon faced 5 men In 9th..
on Cup conjecture strain for a shot signs of failing in a brisk work Mincher Ib COO 0 Charles 3b 3223 Llnz Dlrh'.ss..... 2b I,5.0 3000 Wltltt'Salmon_I..rf---0. 3000 0 .. .. T-2:1S. -22J57.
Challenge Round matches this and muscle. out Tuesday during Which his Hall cf 5124 Mathews cf 4011 :Maria'"cf 6. .5 i. i H"s;;; ;' 22T0! '
pull a Allison ib S 2 31 Bryan ph 1111 Mantle It'' 4100
weekend he will be given five Chance lb 4110
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game showed considerable im BaTtey c 4021 Edwards t 1000 Repoz rf: 0 0 0 0 Agee pr 0000
or six minutes to repair the Dan Johnson, referee of the Bethea 2b 5010 Duncan c 2023 Howard c- 5120Moranlb 0000 LINCOLN HIGHFOOTBALL
matches here Friday Saturdayand provement.The Pascual p 3000 Odom p 0000W'th'gfn Pepitone 1b 4123 Wagner If 4000
and return to ,
injured joint ac 2000 11
Bakersfield Calif. p Jimenez ph 1 0 0 0 Tresh rf 4110 Alvis 3b 4022 o
tion. Sunday, made this disclosure Santiago p 1 QvO 0 Boyer 3b 4010 Davalillo cf 3010 .
youngster, a player of moods, I HarMson ph 0000 StTmyre p. 4 0.1 1 Romano c .4000
today in announcing some Tarf bull.pi 1 0 0 0 Held 2b 4020
was much happier with both his Totals 41 9 U' Totals 34 10 910
Martinez
of the ground rules for the bat, pr 0000
Hole-in-One? tle between the Australian and service and ground strokes." Minnesota One out when winning..run. 420100110 scored Luplow Siebert rf p 2000 :

American tennis forces. Ralston and Chuck McKinleywill Kansas City-......... .... 010 103 104-10 : Totals 31511 S Totals 33 3 HI
play both singles and doubles New York ........?..... .. aj| 001 010-5
E-Charles 2. Rollins. DP-Mir.nesota
ASHLAND, Ky.Larry) LOB-Minnesota 9, Kansas City 8. 1 Cleveland :....,........... 200000010-1 1
Carr scored a hole-in-one at Key Matches against the heavily favored 38-Allison, Duncan. HR-Oliva: (31), E-Boyer. DP-New York 3. LOB-New FIRST HOME GAME n+,
Meadows Golf Course Injuries in key Davis Cup Australians, Emerson and Hall (24), Allison (32), Gentile (28). York 9, Cleveland 6.
Rolling Green (10). Charles (14). Bryan (13). SF 2B-Alvis 2, Tresh. HR-Pepitone (25J CITIZEN'S FIELD
or did he? matches have not' been uncom- Stolle. The first two singles are -Battey. Mans (24).
mon and the danger of them are scheduled Friday starting at IP rf R ER Ba SO
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Pascual. 52-3 5 5 5 5 6 IP H R Eit B8 SO
Carry's ball bounced, hoppedand increased this year with play on 12:30 p.m. EST, with the doubles Worthington _..... 22-33 4 4 4 2Kllp'tein SI'i'yre W 8-2 .... 81-38 3 3 3 9
then into the LO-4.0 1 1 I 0 0 Ramos ........... 2.3 0 0 0 0 0
dropped cup. the slippery clay composition of at 1 p.m. EST Saturday and Odom ..".".".. 1.3 5 1 0 Siebert L 7.7 <.... S 7 4 4 2 I 8 P.M. THURS.LINCOLN
Trouble was it was on No. 1 the Harold T. Clark courts. the final singles Sunday, also at Drabowsky .......,. 12-34 7 1 1 Stange ........... 2 I 0 0 1 4 .
Sanders faced 2 men In 8th Klippstein Bell .............. 2 3 1 1 0 1
green and he was aiming for Ralston's ankle remains a 12:30: p.m. EST. The draw will faced 1 man in 9th. Siebert faced 3 men In 6th.

the cup on No. 2. question mark. He hurt it in the be made Thursday. A-HBP-By 3.028. Sanders (Versalles). T-3:02. T-2:29. TERRIERS vs., CROOMS ACADEMY

CHICAGO LOS ANGELES (Sanford Fla.)
cbrhbi>> abrhbi .A fi
H'shb'g'r rf 4000 Piersall cf 4000 .4
Buford 2b 4010 Frsg)si ss 4110 This is the only team that has defeated the Terriers
Robinson; If 3020 Smith If 3 02 1 .
Ward 3b 4AOO Perry cf 1000 during the regular season, in the past two years. ,
Weis pr 0000 Clinton rf 2000
c-f.t f.- McCraw Ib 4000 Rodgers c 3000 TICKET PRICES: I
Hansen
ss 4000 Torres 3b 2010
Berry cf 2010 Satrlano Ib 3000
Martin c 2010 Knoop 2b 3000 Advanced At
Burgess ph 1000 Newman p 3010 Sales Got
4'i. \ M'NerTy Howard p c 0 2000 0 0 0 Elementary Students . . 55c 85c

j Staehle ph 31 1 0 I o 5.oTotals Totals:>> 211 S 1 High School Students . 75c 85c Q

Chicago ............. GOO 000 00CI-4 Adults . . ... . .. ... 1.15 1.25 le4
Los Angeles.............. 001 000 OOx-1 w. v
1 E-McCraw, Fregosl. OP-Chicago 1. ADVANCED TICKETS ON SALE AT: BUSSES will come through
'to LOB-Chicago.6, Los Angeles 5.
2B-Torres, Fregosi. Russet's Live Modern Lo's Grill 5th Ave. from A. Q. Jones
Barber Shop Walter Balkman's Blue Room Elementary School, 15th St.
Howard L 0-1 .... 7 IP H 5 R 1 ER 1 BI 2 SO 3 Wesley Myers Radio Repairs Canova Drug SEt and 11th Ave. SE (to
1 \ Fisher ............ i 0 0 0 0 0 Care's Sundries No. 1 & 2 and all elementary schools handle Lincoln Estates
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I ;;; 16 Gainesville Sun 'Wednesdoy. September'23,1954 ., ,, : .
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t= Sewer Line : .'; F PressSalef ". :' Post Office I Fights to Keep Okeeehobee-v 'Land 2S. *' I



Alachua Project. OK'd; : Of PropertyThe Efforts EndThe TALLAHASSEE- (APPalm Only the water area, of the I outstanding road bonds, regardless -

Beach County,loser in the legis- lake is concerned. It ii important .of the changes in its-lerrjto-
COUNTY The Alachua County Commis- Alachua County, :.Co m- will make no
; county : lature and Leon County ,Circuit: mostly because a' county's rye
sion has approved a request by mission appointed board members further move now to acquire the
; : Court in its fight to keep all its share of state gasoline tax mon-
,, David Smith, Gainesville en- Jack Durrance ,and, -Sidney old Post Office in southeast Artist
in Lake' Okeechobee
E territory ey is based partly on its area. Budding
C91ON gineer, to permit the construction Martin to press the,sale of downtown Gainesville.
z planned today a last-ditch fightin Palm Beach County had 80 -
percent
HOPKINSVILLE AP-
of:private water and sewer the Drew property.near ,P. K. The commission 'decided Ky. (
county
the Florida
Supreme Court. of the 730-square-mile lake
lines along county rights of way Yonge schools .purchased 10 to 'wait,and After his grandson presentedhim
Tuesday see Notice of appeal of the circuit until the law was passed to reduce with, an original
Engineer Speed Limit southwest of Gainesville. years ago for $25,000 for .a hos- what happens to, a school board painting,
; it to 257 miles and
pital site and'never used court decision was .given Tues- square Sterling Lanier entered it in
before the
No one appeared request that they be given the
the other
Martin
split among ,
commission to Part of the 18- ,acre site,was day. the Penny-royal Fair.
E Given Thanks To Be Hiked Tuesday protest building by the federal government Okeechobee Glades and Hendry
Smith's request, and Jack Dur sold a year: ago. when it is vacated. Circuit Judge Ben Willis ruledin The painting won first prize.
I ;The Gainesville Chamber of July that the law which would counties j I What the didn't know
judges
Thanks, said Alachhua County The 35 mph speed limit on rance, committee member recommended Federal offices will be located -
Tuesday to Roy Miller, county west 39th Avenue will be raised approval. I Commerce had ,asked the, commission in a new federal l-uilding, split up most of Palm Beach Judge Willis said that Palm was that Lanier's grandson is
to hold up'several County's lake territory Beach's share of tax 5 old and the
engineer. the Alachua County Com- Smith several years ago won nearly completed. among money years composed
mission decided Tuesday. permission to, provide utilities i weeks, while it studied a proposal four other counties borderingthe couldn't be cut so low that it picture i n his kindergartenclass.
County commissioners extended Club Es- I to buy and use tne tract for Requests by Alachua County lake was constitutional. would be unable to pay off its _
service to the Country and the City of Gainesville for
appreciation for Miller'swork : Roy Miller county engineer, I a coliseum.
-III. in getting county roads: said the limit was placed on the tates area. The chamber's time ran out, the building, for use as a fine! .
He asked Sept. 1 a nonexclusive arts cultural center, were
re-
reopened after floods and wind road before it was paved.It and it asked an extension. I
damage by Hurricane Dora. permit to lay more Durrance the land jected.
is now a paved arterial 11 n e s, to serve the Idylwildarea suggested Will you be able to
should The school board the
not stand idle, since it wants
G. M. Davis, commission I road. A safe speed limit will be including Idylwild School '
cannot be put back on the tax building, possibly for use as
Miller set.
chau'man commented
that
worked round-the-clock for Permission was given, provided rolls until it is sold. an adult education center.OUR .' ;i send him to college?:
In other road matters, the that customers are not
days during and after the commission: / forced to connect, that the city

storm. .ft may buy at the ammortized GUARANTEETO c ,I .
Asked Miller to maintainSE value when it wants, and that il3! i. '

Firms Submit 3rd Place, south of University materials meet standards set

t Avenue. up by the county. YOU !, .:. .. _-_ .i"t''. "i1. #

: Concrete BidsTwo Named Sidney Martin a Smith agreed to the term i -
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one-man committee to investi- Thomas 0. Neff, 1708 SW 35th ii i t1!' '. J:., :; -i f"fi-, '
Gainesville firms submitted gate a road maintenance complaint PI, said his area needs utilities A. You will always poy us, a price considerably below .'. f'd .
the
accepted retail of the
price items which _
from W. H. McDaniel, such Smith's you _
Identical bids for ready services, as purchase.B. ,.
1906 SE 48th Terr.Approved -
mix concrete to the Alachua company offers. REGULAR SAVINGS PLUS ,-

County Commission Tues Miller's request] I'd"We like need to see water it very come badly.out Our everyday prices will usually be below sale prices .
to locate new barrow pits in of retail store < provided the item offered is '
day, during bid openings for a he any :
I there as quick as possible, A"/1w/n -
variety of products. areas where county crews are' not soiled, shopworn or obsolete)land we guar DIVIDEND :' : '

working. said.Wayne antee to meet or beat any advertised price on mer .
Carlisle attor-
Edwards Building Supplies county
chandise that is identical to merchandise which
Inc., 726 S. Main St., and Gave Miller authority to ney, was asked to,draft a resolution we offer. In Cash or Compounded SemiAnnuallyGainesville
Denny Concrete Products Co., buy in High Springs 18 cubic I will. protect the'public interest I .
1000 SW 3rd St., submitted the yards of concrete, to be used to I :,''
only bids. build a sidewalk near High The Furniture Manufacturers 'i'

Springs, school. \
Sam T. Dell, Gainesville at- AssessmentIn

torney, is listed as secretary- Submits Mutual
treasurer of both firms. Other Plat ErrorThe AMPLE HOUS i .

officers in the Edwards com-

pany are Harry C, Edwards, For SubdivisionFletcher Alachua County Commission BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION

president, and W< A. Shands, has cancelled a tax certificate South Main St. at S.W 13th St, snss 217 N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6771 'or FR 6- 41 5 '
vice president. Charles H. Den- Brothers Inc., devel- issued against property -
ny is president of the Denny opers, submitted a plat for a owned by Monty Williams, I

firm, Charles H. Denny III new subdivision to the Alachua No. 6095. ,

vice president and manager. County new Commission subdivision Tuesday.The Pine. Pierce Smith, tax assessor, .--._- .'.' :," _: 0' ....

Commissioners G. M. Davis Hill Estates, will provide 43homesites. said the property was wrongly : oft. .

and Edgar Johnson were appointed ..It is located north of assessed in 1963, and would M.. ',;. -:'

a committee to study Newberry Road, two plus have been entirely homestead :& t : : .i. '
the lowest, best bid. Base bids miles west of Interstate 75. exempt had the error not been -tl''v ft : ::

$15 and' $14 per yard for Smith made. "_ 0
were George appeared for .
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3500 and 2500 psi concrete. the developer.In \t. <" ; ".. :-

other matters related to Vote MachinesTo ::':;? .. : : ;e. .
Tropical Pontiac was apparent I u1c :: ,
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low bidder for a pickup developments, the commission: J : ; ;} <<' :
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of Vacated the South Oak Be LoanedThe Ft "
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truck, at a price :
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$1,595, for a GMC. Other bidet Park plat, in line with action Buick ., ..-..' -
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e r s are Shaw and Keeter already taken by the city. Coun- Alachua County Commission :- .; .: ; : "
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(Ford) $1,638; University Chevrolet ty action will become effective voted Tuesday to lend ., ,
$1,649.10, and Florida Mo- after Wayne Carlisle, county attorney 30 voting machines to the Uni- ..... '-". "'. "- ( -

tor and Equipment Co. (Inter- has studied the requestand versity,of Florida student body, -- : "'<, / } : '
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national Harvester) $1,845. is satisfied the county's in- and one each to the League of \ ; ,::

terest is protected. Women Voters, Republican z; ,:" '
Referred to com m it tee headquarters, Democratic ':' r ;r: '
SubdivisionsWarlled (Jack Durrance, S. M. Davis headquarters and 'the city of ;:, ....

and Edgar Johnson) a requestto High Springs. Borrowers must 4.
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est Park, near the northw est

One more warning will be given -gainesville water tower. ..... ,
'13 homeowners in special as- 'COUNTDOWN"for j
be- Russell Henderson asked the
sessment subdivision areas
collect county to vacate one strip, so
fore the county moves to
for overdue payments.The that he could dedicate another citizenship !,' ,: n t,,!,;{' .c
and tie it into a street which is

Alachua County Commission being built immediately to the 10 a.c'f:>;.ti.Nat.4y'ra'f;i ;i :, rw

instructed Wayne Car- east. I I DAYS }r

lisle to send out another reminder The committee has power to

then report back to the grant Henderson's request aft I
commission in three weeks III LEFT TO i
er study, possibly today. y..v. .. ;!.r.Y .
The homeowners live in the '. Approved with controls, a I I +4 .
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Annis Terrace, Hazel Heights, variance for a setback line for III .
Green Acres and Jack's subdi- Buckingham. West subdivision, .
visions. being developed by Fordyce As- ( Ih :4qyy 1"i '
sociates "west of 1-75 and south I
Failure to pay special assess- of Newberry Rd. Twelve lots I SIII tate Democratic ," :
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lead to foreclosureand Eucuthr ,
ments could III I Committee "
tax' sale.HODle. are planned. Preliminary plat III I Warren M.. Goodrich. / ,. ,.
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Building MoveThe Gracious Host invites you to A '., ;',.(

'I get acquainted with fine foods 3 z "
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stration is being moved ,I THURS. COMPLETE LUNCHEON ; : 1 J.I "'1"ii'"V -, .
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from the old county jail site to f ITALIAN STYLE ? : : < :
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grounds of the new jail in .: :
BEEF RAVIOLI
southeast Gainesville. C .. .
Egg Plant Parmasan 67 : ,-.

Jack Durrance told his fellow String Bau Salad We changed the Buick a l lot this .And be
county commissioners Tuesdayhis year. you may never the same again yourself. .
Garlic Bread
committee, which had power -
to dispose of the building, Hot Caffta ar Ict4 Tea COMPLETE

mission approved gave the its move.approval.The com- Tfaur Second Cup of Coffee. or We doubt you'll want to be the same. Not once you set eyes on our new Buicks. ;

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former site.Park Lunch 11:30 am to 2:05 pm Lunch & Dinner Specials And the sleek modified fastback of the wild < ; '
Dinner 4:30 pm to 8:05 pm II Served Every Day on wilder;Wildcat in the picture. .."? .

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ROAST LEG OF LAMB 59 ..
One Day with Dressing. Mint Jelly. still ,has the emphasisIt's a Buick tradition. So are the extras ;.>. ;


Newnans Lake Park will be with ROAST Dressing Cranberry TOM Sauce.'TURKEY 49 j I Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better. :

closed to the public Oct. 24, i t' '.1
And -
smoother drivelines. A,tuned suspension to smooth ribcage roads.
when the Alachua County I
Sportsmens Assn. and Florida : i if Now add Buick's Turbine '
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Game and Fresh Water Fish PL Super transmissions-and you have an idea : 1


al Commission Children's sponsor Rodeo the Fishing annu- CAFETERIAGAINESVILLE z of what Buick owners have_ .. ways liked about Buick.We think you'll feel:the same. ,


contest. SHOPPING CENTER '. .. :. ,'- \ '

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t Wednesday September 23. 1964 Gainesville Sun 1TI .

I I Fall Evangelism At First Nazarene w '-' I

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Dr, John L. Knight, district three churches. Nearly nine tor of the First Nazarene has superintendent of the Sunday H "< t.0 g r1o iCOUCH'SZENITH ONLY COMPLETE ; I II

,superintendent of the Florida thousand of these are membersof ,announced the the special series -School and also serves as chair-
SELECTION OF
District of the Church of the the church. of services is in conjunction man of the Sunday School I I II

Nazarene, will be the guest I Board.!, Members of this boardare
speaker for the special Sunday Mr. Knight was first elected with the denominational : Mrs. Alma Booth Mrs. T I! transistor RADIOS !
of the enroll- :
School evangelism services t abe district superintendent in 1939 program boosting : Thelma Fulwood Mrs. 'Doris

on the Abilene, Texas, district. ment of the Sunday School 10 fiauflfer
conducted in the First Griner, Mrs. Edna ,
$
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Church of the Nazarene, 302 'He is currently chairman of the per cent fa the month of October : Mrs. Ruth Whiddon, Mrs. lin- :I FROM $1476" O7eoo/ & '

'Southeast First"Aven e, ..at General Board for the denomination ; also to assist in the local da Warrington and Mrs. Delores -. '

10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The and chairman of the plans to boost the weekly Sun- Eaton. The pastor and su- | I SEE THE NEW ZENITH ELECTRIC I

first service of their special series -Board of Trustees of Trevecca day School attendance to the perintendent are members ex- POWERED TRANSISTOR RADIOS

will be held at 7:30 p.m. Nazarene College, the church's 200 mark by the end. of the officio. I 1 608NOPEN I .
college. for the Southeasternzone. Church's fiscal year ending May I
Thursday. The public is cordially invit- i COUCH'S ,I
1, 1965. I MAIN ST. Friday Nites
Under Mr. Knight's effective ed to attend these special serv-
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ministry and leadership the district The Rev. J. Rex Eaton, pas Mr. T. Counts Booth ,is the ices. - - - -
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teen thousand enrolled in Sunday ,

School in one hundred and -t W


40 Profs .tomorrow. ? the..b autl1U1 shapes for 65



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jlj, University of Florida profes-

i sors. 'L
"' '"'"- One look at it and-presto-l last year's crop of
!" The 40 who were' recommended -
cars seem like something that happened a longtime
:-; by President J. Wayne ago.It's longer,lower,wider-with interior
i'1 Reitz are as follows: '''' '
i comforts that'll have many an expensive ear

|I i P. L. Adams, assistant professor wondering why it didn't think of them first.

Psychiatry and Pedia t '' % More shoulder room, more leg room up front.
Curved side windows, rich new fabrics and an
trics; J. T. Algeo, assistant
instrument panel that's a conversation piece all
professor, English J. J. Allen,
; ''' .. by itself. In fact, just about everything's new
assistant
professor, Foreign -
... right down to the road. And even that'll seem
Languages; J. R. Barry,
,i research coordinator and professor I t, i 65 Chevrolet Impala Spon Sedan \ newer because the Jet-smooth ride is smoother

,i Health Related Services than ever. But if all this seems like a bit too .

and Psychology; R. C. Bullock much to remember, don't try. Just take a drive

.; associate entomologist, -. :;......r- at your dealer's. It'll all become unforgettable.Chevelle .
a...
Citrus Experiment Station and
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T. D. Bartley assistant professor : : i

Surgery. .. t .. .
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Medicine; W. P. Callahan "
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UI assistant professor, Anatomy ; t ;
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; J. J. Cebra, associate .tt :. w,
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professor, Microbiology; J. E. ;
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Deuel, assistant professor, .Industrial H ; ,; lPIalibit

i' Engineering; and B. G. :_, i; /. : ; ,. ___ .__. r
Dunavant, control officer and
'associate professor, Nuclear nf New style, new ride-and plenty of V8 stuff.
Science and Radiology. % ;';+ ., Here's all that made Chevelle America's' mostpopular

R. F. Faren Jr., assistant .. new-sized car-plus some surprises that -
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professor, C-l; 'R. M. Fry, as- ::-:: :': :: : ;: :.: promise to make it come on even stronger.Like
( sistant professor Surgery; A. ':<:
L. Funk professor, Humanities skims over the choppiest roads, thanks to softer ,
; J. M. Garvin, assistant in coil springs and other suspension refinements.Like.

I library, Library; M. S. Heid- e Like V8 power that'll I make you think we
-t' ingsfield, Food Fair Professor, some of Con'ette's stuff-which we did. All told,

Marketing.t five engines are available from a quieter six to
v .
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-': a V8 that comes on 300 horses, .,. strong. Some
f S. 'Henry, assistant professor i "
f C-l; M. E. Hillard, assistant ; ; v -'people might have expected 'us to stand pat

l t professor, Nursing; A. { after introducing a car this successful last J eaz.

Hower, professor, Foreign Language t 6"5 Chevelle Malibu Super Sport Cott Pet One drive will show you how wrong they were.
; J. H. James, assistant \ _"
'\It professor, Management and
Business Law E. M. Johni .
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Ana- :
son, assistant professor, ., .;
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' tomy; H. E. Kaufman, associate -. ,""..,'. 'i- :;} ; : : H -.f
.1 and chief of Oph L'If- .. '".J. \ ;
1 professor '>l: -' t"'Y.
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thalmology, Surgery: L. J. ; \
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t Krovetz assistant professo r, ., ;i\ t T .iU W9 It
))1Pediatrics.. > .) .
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A. G. Langford assistant professor !r :
C-3; W. Manderli, associate .- i .:-- ,
f professor Radiology; O. ,,.-. It may very well be the expensive-est looking ,J'
?+: R. McQuown, assistant professor -', .t.\.6,'. ::. !) ::nY->: 'v., ,, thrift car you've laid eyes on. But thrifty it is.
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, 4 Political Science; M. New- J; :i- The big difference being that Chevy IF marvelous .
\ bill, assistant professor Journalism :'>>. x : mechanical efficiency now comes decked .
and Communications; I out in a debonair new look. And to keep in 1 .s .

W. D. Noyes assistant professor stride under the hood, there's a new range of six
Medicine; H. M. Perkins I ". available
engines including a new 300-hp V8.
L ; assistant professor, Surgery. r .. -:-" Of course, you still get those famous Chevy II
iT + '''A""' !' = ""T''. maintenance reducers like
H. A. Sawyer Jr., professor : .! self-adjusting
Civil Engineering; S. C. brakes, long-lived exhaust J stem and battery-

Schank, assistant professor and saving Delcotron generator. But if you go by all
1 assistant agronomist Agronomy the fine new features, you could get the idea I

.e ; W. M. Shenkle, associ- that saving you money was about the last thingwe
ate professor, Real Estate and had in mind-if it weren't for that price
: Urban Land Studies; G. T. Singleton .
sticker on the window.
associate professor and *6S Chevy. 11 Nova 4-Door Sedan
Chief of Otolaryngology, Surgery -

; D. W. Smith, assistant .. :: ', #
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professor, Chemistry. ; ;

,. Smith assistant com- .T'> .-, .! :
R. C. ;
Agricultural ) 1 f._' .. I '.:... ,. .-.lJ 4Corrair
munication specialist, ;'-_ ,-"_. -----__J., -., --' '<- .
Extension Service; E M. \IMt.. ,,",._ : .."" \ Timmerman, assistant professor I'1 !!!

t S. Vandiver, Secondary head Education professor;,-Sociology J. ; :I: '-:: '.,'- -.r.. r't, f :t.'. \J : : 'n.. ) \i ,( y..l. W/V: :i4ica; UY


; R. A. Weaver, assist ,, ..
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ant professor, Medicine; T. L. l 1. There's never been a Con'air-or any other car

: Yaun assistant"chemist., Soils; ,,".. s; f\\ : -like it. The entire line now sports a totally

and N. E. Rosier, assistant professor .. ,. .. new Body by Fisher, styled with fresh sophisticated
Electrical Engineering. .
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!) flair that would set a E uropean a puke
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fluttering. The longer, wider design gives all
New Flood Con+air closed models a t hie.Lee hardtop roof,

''! accented by frameless curved side windows. It
f r : y
Insurance :i'- also allows
more shoulder and entrance room.
''"- '' : And to with the racier look there's
go op to
t : In the 'Offing 4- 180 hp available in the new Corsa series, up to
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ii: : ___ .. ; 140 hp in the Monza and 500 series.Also flatterriding
DAYTONA BEACH (AP) independent suspension system more

State Insurance CommissionerJ. responsive steering, and a wider road stance.

Edwin Larson said Tuesday _. Truth drive this .
'..h -.;;:'t i you've got to one to believe it.l1'ew
flood damage insurance not offered

in the past, may soon be the line Corvalr Corsa
._ top*/- Sport Coupe ,_ f. .
available to homeowners.

"Flood insurance has always ., szI 7
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said, "but the industdy is .. .t&il.: k.
aware cf the changing times -.' .' R
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\ and wants to more progres- ," < c' 'irf -: ; -- : '

: .'t. sive. See 5 JteautifM shapes for *G5-CIievro7ef9 dlievelle, CI.erg H Corvatr & orcctte-at your dealer's

: Larson said a policy rate for .
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I the June 1965 meeting of the National -
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."f Commissioners in New York. I UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO.

f He is chairman of an NAIC ._ ...

", committee set up to work with i 1: 1515 N. MAIN ST.-.GAINESVILLE-.PHONE. 375-7581 For Correct Time Dial FR 2-1411 _i". ,

the industry establishing such .: ,

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"-? 18 Gainesville Sun Wednesday September 23, 1964 ._ -'


Wf j Visits Hyannis Port Now 'Like a Pilgrimage" ,- \III IIIl \



,i t An AP Special Report The white shingled cottages Since last November when I directed traffic away from the men to eight for this year. r Some of the ,devout go to St
t ; I "It wasn't enough," he said. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic
assassinated area.
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gleam in t he bright sun. The the President was
s HYANNIS PORT Mass. (AP) "I'm to have to ask for church 'in nearby Hyannis,
going
: beaches are sandy, and'the'sun it has become even more of an That has been the rule all '
}I Nothing is changed- out glitters on the blue waters of attraction.It summer. Irving Avenue which the full 16" men again for next where the President attended tiJLU

wardly-in this seaside summer Nantucket Sound. began on the Memorial Day runs along beside the late presi summer. Mass on Sundays during his of
home still is barred In the people came to Cape Cod weekends. Many
resort. For three years, this was the weekend. Hundreds of cars, and dent's to past
; site of the summer White House even busloads of tourists headed auto traffic, and to pedestrians, Hyannis Port hoping to see a them know he customarily sat
1
t a in the second left in a side
too, unless they are residents. president. pew -)
I.- when John F. Kennedy was for Hyannis Port- their passengers I
Regain president of the United States. hoping for a look at "his"house. Town Police Chief Albert L. "Now it's like a pilgrimage,"I wing of the church. Most of
;ii ] Hinckley had cut his special he said. "They just want to them just look, say a prayer,
When he was on Cape Cod for
II presidential police force from 16 stand there and look." and then leave. I
IlI Civil weekends, the Kennedy: com After. that monumental traffic '
: RightsTALLAHASSEE pound of summer homes, those I jam, the town police gut tougn- ,


{t Pardons of. former Kennedy Ambassador, ,the President's JosephP. er.They retained the command FOR MORE FUN FOR YOUR TV DOLLAR

: have been granted and civil and Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken- post'boxes which the Secret

; nedy's, were objects for tour- Service had set up at strategic
a : rights restored to three men,
ists, but most of them didn't get corners a block or so away from
: two from Starke and one from to see it. the compound, and simply I ON ALL BRANDS

IJ" II dons Belle,reports.the State Board of Par-! SEE COUCH'S FOR ZENITH TV '

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LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING
I, I a A fourth appeal was denied.

,; The Board met here last j; t Develop a Pleasing Personality FIVE FLAGS AVODKA7

; week. Its members include fiver Develop a Pleasing Personality AS WW ASPerformance" $12995
' of the state's elected cabinet of
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\t' ficers. Enjoy the ability to present your side of the story -
i .. any place, under any condition. ,

. a.: Pardons were granted to: COURSE TAUGHT BY 80 proof dMH e
Tommy Hardenbrook, Jr., 25, Assured by Couch'sOwn
INSTRUCTOR WITH BS DEGREE _
t: Rt 1 Box' 30, Starke; Fred

i' '- Haislop, 52, Rt 2 Box 145, and 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE Quality Zenith Service Dept. "

::1 : Starke; and J. B. Griffin, 35, I Satisfy Yourself Call 376-7724

/ $ :_ :. Belle. FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION "Ask Your Friends or Neighbors" \\\IOO, |E l Hospitality Begins Witfi'\

I \ The board turned down an appeal I a.
,i') Thursday, Sept. 24 7 to 9 p.m.
: for pardon by Marie Wood-
.. berry, 1306 E. Estel eSt., : 608 N. 11T flITEHOiiE1ttlqf SE
"WAYS"
Starke. She was convicted of HOTEL THOMASCorner COUCH'Sif MAIN ST.
in 1954 and is I VJJ
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NE 6th) Ave. and NE 2nd St. i liThe DrySC (C
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I Man Arrested in Shooting at Fairbanks i I

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k A A 51-year-old Alachua County ported, this morning that Will- deputies said. Both men are Negroes & fl .f'
Road Dept worker, William iam Perry, 51, of 1611 NE 8th : -
Perry, was arrested by sheriffs Ave., was ,arrested. a war- According to thesher1ff. s re ''I..J "" '. ''1'\.r.
r: :Has Him Boiling deputies Monday on charges rant charging him with assault port, Wilson told deputies Perry 'l'f..t ..
of shooting another man Fri- with intent to murder. shot him after he and two .;
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day night companions went to visit some
Aaron Wilson, 23, of rural ; .
(. LITCHFIELD, Minn. (AP) -' and whisked away despite his sheriffs department re- Gainesville, waS in fair condition -girls in Fairbanks and Perry .. "...
Sylvan'Millerbemd, 29, a fanner protests. A relay of six patrol- at Alachua General Hos- thought they had gone to visit '.. .
I .is thinking about hiring: a men took him to Rochester. pital today. He was shot in the his wife. ''. ,. ...;.J", :
: lawyer: about that matter of a "They treated me like a crim- Social Security upper right arm and upper left The arrest was made by Deputy ; ... ;. IIWC: -

$10 traffic ticket. inal," he said. leg with a 22 caliber pistol, Walter Coleman. i iI -. ';,.
I It wasn't the ticket that irked Due in Alachua I { ... -,
him. It was what happened Worse yet, Millerbernd said .-.',.,, .. "
after he paid it. the ticket had been instrumentalin High Springs WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! .: :-:"" .

I t Millerbernd, of Cosmos, ruining a $1,000 engine and -
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Call today for our pre-season special! .. : .
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t Highway Patrol car 150 miles business. He was given the tick- Gainesville Social Security Of- ', ; .:
i:. and.jailed at' Rochester for allegedly et for having insufficient brakeson fice will visit Alachua and t i : ... '__.
a pickup truck for towing a &ET ...! ;," 4
ignoring a traffic ticket High Springs Wednesday, HEATERS .Y >ei
issued in June. He paid it by disabled semitractor. Drivingthe e
Persons to make
desiring
tractor home ruined the applications -
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mailing. for-social security ACQUAINTED ;tt1.:
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list. offered a ride back from Roch- desiring other social secur- CLEANED services you while in the 't

He was arrested Sunday night ester, so he hitchhiked the 150( ity information should contactthe University City. Central Charge, Regular and Special ii: ; >'ra tt

at his home, where friends and miles back home, letting off representative in their respeCtive Checking Accounts Savings Accounts with 'a #' I:
neighbors were visiting, he said, steam on the way. cities at that time. Call now before the first ONLY
"Instant Interest" Banking Mail l Personal
cold snap to avoid fighting by tifP1tj; ;
\\1 The schedule calls for the a balky heater when the Loans, Safety Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks end i" ** .
: representative to be at the officeof tumbles and :: ark.
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of Berlanti the Alachua Police Chief at temperature servicemen are swampedwith Consultation on All your Banking Needs. We'rea ::t. '. '..;'. :
Story $525 FULL SERVICE BANK. .. ..J .,"
9 a.m. and at the High Springs emergency calls. ;rt, : s
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City at 11 a.m. Wednes-
day. CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE TWO BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS FREE PARKING f'w ;

I Being Alive False HEATER CLEANED ,Piu, 3% Sala Tn 1 .. :4' -
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ti ST. PETERSBURG (AP) -,in Guatemala City last June 6 LOCKPORT, N.Y. (AP-The USED HEATERS *20 And Up : A .3."J.:?KIL ,
meaning of one of the back-to- '
Mrs. Fred Berlanti, wife of a and later in a bar. ;
school displays in a downtown SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS I --- '1 t -:
millionaire land developer re- To check out the story, the :4 \: .
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''i; plane crash, looked at a picture Central America. Last Satur- what when one letter came un- Central Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50 i M.RfVD.Ix ILORIDA : .,11'
1 of a man Identified in Guatemala day, Rummel said. Smith took glued.It' .. .
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i 1.i as her husband. him to a restaurant in the mountains was supposed to read "Big I
"That's not Fred,') she told I 15 miles outside of Guate- Wheel On Campus,", but the C. B. BOHANNON, JR. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
reporter Harold Rummel of the :mala City."Smith "W" was missing. aees i
St. Petersburg Times. "He must pointed out the man
be kidding." he says is Berlanti," Rummel' -
t i Rummel said today in a story reported. "Then he left. .

copyrighted by the Times that "When the reporter, posing as

he pictures went to of Guatemala the man Identified and took man a tourist Smith, tried pointed to talk out to, the he, Today. enter the Super Rocket Age. at your Olds Dealer' where the actionIntroducing is! '

by John Hugh Smith of West claimed-in Spanish-that h e
Palm Beach as Fred Berlanti. couldn't speak English. But, -
Fred and his father, Louis with the aid of a bilingual cook, 1 1r t
disappeared the night of Aug. some small talk was made.

I i6/.1963, on a flight from West "It developed that the man 4
I. < Palm Beach to St. Petersburg. ,and a companion were partners $ the Rocket Action Cars! .
Fragments of two bodies foundin in the restaurant venture, start- .
Lake Okeechobee were identified ed just four months ago. After
by the FBI as those of the about 30 minutes of conversing, c
two Berlantis. the men consented to go outside. CLDSMC.BBLE FOR D t

Three weeks ago Smith, an Standing: in a drizzling rain, '. . I
import-export dealer, appeared they posed together for a.. picture > .'..;. "" Jt> ,' \
: before a Florida Industrial Commission ."
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I hearing on Mrs. Fred Mrs. Berlanti, learning that :,g is I
i Berlanti's claim for $14,000 in I the picture had been taken,
workmen's compensation for her 1 waited anxiously to see it. It N*-.
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Smith swore that he had seen I her home."I ,y,.'
'Fred alive in Guatemala twice wish that it could be true r: Y .et.ra

this summer He said he knew I that Fred was alive. But I never
Louis Berlanti well and had seen ,could really believe it," she
Fred at a picnic Sarasota in :said. '
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t f"t Y 1 t: Poetry: Contest Is Open Military Academy Exams: S l i d'<11'j


ti t ELEMENTARY. To Residents of FloridaA '.-
i Congressman... H. (Billy) The examination is not for seeking academy, Appointments ,, Rep. Matthews ,at 132HU( >ng.
Matthews of Florida's 8th Con- admission but will be used in I
: to submit their applications worth House Office BtaJkfcng,
poetry contest for Florida with a limit of ,,16 typewrittenlines.
I :TEACHERS gressional District has 'announced making selections on appointments to him by Sept 28 so Washington, D.C. The-'appli
poets only is being sponsoredby Oly one poem may be that an "examinationfor for the classes enteringthe that arrangements can be cant should state toiJiJ e h I
the Laramore Rader poe-!submitted. The poet should ,designation" to Military academies in 1965. 'Mat- made for them to take the academy (Air Force, oval, .
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!try Group. Closing date for send two unsigned copies to- Service Academies will beheld thews urges all young n"" examination.. Military or Merchant::::Mar-
:, FREE ART LESSON FOR YOUR CLASS 'the contest is Nov. 8, in hon- gether with his name, address Saturday, ,October 31, in the 8th district- who' are ,Applicants may write t o fine) ',he wishes appointment. .f.
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by qualified art teacher with MEd or of the birthday of Vivian and' title of the on the .. -
: in Laramore, poet laureate of poem : .4...: I.i.tr _-:. .\ -
:! art education and a TOUR OF THE Uni- Florida and the Goup's found- outside of a separate e nve- Market .. ,
lope. Address entries ,to Mrs. Egg .....-
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Stephen Parrish, 6520 S. W.
; a new advertising series. Three prizes will be offered. 72nd Court, Miami. JACKSONVILLE (APThe) f -..._-.... ,
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1 First place is $25; second Northeast Florida Egg Market ; .--

: Contact Marcia Riley ,Display Advertising, place $10; third place $5. Book I prices to retailers: ,--, -,
awards will be given for the I Extra large 47-494,mostly 49; ,,-
: Gainesville Sun, 372-8441 before 5:30: p.m. three highest honorable men-, Since 1958 the University of'large 45-47 mostly '46-47; medium ;" ; -

I or tions. 1 Florida's Alumni Loyalty Fund 34-40, mostly 37-39; small 3 jDAYS ONLMSave
: 376-5907 after 7:30 p.m.; : has made available'more than!26-30, mostly 26J,2. :: .

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J r'oik Mime -Concert on TapTalented 'c I Howard PTA to MeetThe Bishop I I

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Miss Karen Duke, American pantomimist. Japanese dance. .
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"" composer John r a- Season tickets for the series I Unpack
.) 3 ont Duke, entertains. University of di les,- 'Interludes from His- are available for $5 each. Indi- High School will have the firstP.T.A. i I
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... Florida students Thursday.eve tory and Fiction." vidual tickets for each of the meeting Thursday, Sept.:
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J ;-, inaugurate the entertainment Tachibana and a program of each. Tickets may be purchasedin torium. !i
i t year planned by the Florida Un Room 315.of the Florida Un- This meeting will be an open' _
., ion Fine Arts Committee.Miss ion, the house affair. Parents will also I
College Opens at Information Booth ,
have an opportunity' to see the SuitcaseLet's
t Dukes will perform atr near the Student Center and by
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3-Year Course new library which is almost:
Y 8:15 p.m. in University Auditor mail from the Florida Union
f,4' complete.
I 2 ium. Fine Arts Series; University of Get Acquainted SpecialCHESTS
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Six programs featuring con Florida.All .
tional 5-DRAWER
experiment began here
Thir certs, lectures and special programs are scheduled'! College enrollment in the
pro- this
week when
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1' : ) grams will be seen between now opened Its doors to'101 students for Thursday nights in Univ r-I'United States last year totaled
and March on the' Fine Arts from 28 'states, .the' District of sity Auditorium. i II nearly, 4,800,000.r&ae&W .
q; y series. Other'programs. scheduled -,Columbia, France, Canada and
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< .fj .8. Daniel Llords Students will attend classes 11: I
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1 Concert :Tor. Adu s." Llordsjsinglehandedly three Size 30"
years. t -ready to paint or varnish. : 43" Tall
h.E controls ash I The college opened on "what and Get Acquainted! Wide, and 16" Deep. Five full-width drawers with
I .. many as 23 marionettes along*once was the estate of circus-' center guide A wonderful value.
with sound, lighting effects and.man Charles Ringling. !

... music.Nov. Students and faculty now live*! Qa1i ---- liis
: ;: 12 "An Evening in a hotel at Lido Beach and
j t.,..t' :. We Specialize In
jbw ;/.y: .; With Mark Twain" featuring I commute by bus. Dormitoriesare 9S
/. George William Smith. to be completed early in Decorated Cakes
Jan. 21 Harry Barton, 1965.MOVES and Party GoodiesFor x.

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I the Battle of the Bulge nearly 20 so E. Von Manteuffel of Dues- BAKE SHOPS, INC.

years.agQ.. r\)Vorldng togetherat seldorf, Germany are advisers GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER, : A With"J '
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1. SANTA BARBARA, Calif. tecito area east of the city, forc- Firefighters in both sectionsof bly high temperatures kept.,the were destroyed in. Calistoga\1 iSALE Of The Nationally f> tkx (r -

(AP) Erratic 45-mile-an-hour ing evacuation _, Famous .
residents and the 700-miIe-long state tem- forests tinder dry. early Monday and about half
2 winds rammed a brush fire into 600 students Westmont Col- pered their optimism with the The Division of Forestry said the town's 2,500 residents were

y an exclusive residential district lege.U.S. hope that dry winds which there were three major fire evacuated. The Napa Valley I
T pear Santa Barbara Tuesday: Forest Service officials had, whipped the fires at 70 fronts. Hundreds of firefighters resort community is about 60 TILLEY HEATERS'

,.-jnight, destroying at least 30 said' there was a possibility the miles-an-hour at times-.would spent two desperate days holding miles ,north of San Francisco.The .
; expensive homes. fire might extend into Santa remain quiet choking off the i
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fire lines from
-*** Calistoga on A. W. Thacker
Co. of Clermont Florida
fire exclusive -
Barbara Calistoga whipped ,
coastal
To the north 350 miles, forestry proper, a com- blazes. the eastern front to Santa Rosaon
officials were optimistic that munity of some 60,000 population By Tuesday night the fast- the west and Sonoma in the by winds that sometimes i -. importers of the Tilley Heater takes, j
about 50 miles north reached 70 miles an hour, raced i -
they had gained the upper hand of Los moving flames had swept wide south. in the of
pleasure announcing appointment
about 20 miles west
-* over two raging forest fires in Angeles.The swaths across Napa and Sono- to a north
fire, shooting flames ma counties scenic An estimated 40 to 50 homes ern suburb of Santa Rosa.
y California's wine belt. The fires country I j
: have charred 50,000 acres and hundreds of feet into the air, famous for its tall timbers and ,- GULF HARDWARE

destroyed more than 100 build- broke out in a canyon in the terraced vineyards. The hungry Do YOU want to LOSE --

s'' ings. afternoon. Aided by borate fires stopped only when the Model 1116 N. MAIN ST. !
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bombers, firemen had the blaze winds quieted late in the day.
.11s. The Santa Barbara fire, reported -apparently contained at dusk Fire officials said it was : I AND'
contained Tuesday afternoon before winds arose to drive it to miraculous that there had beenno I $39.95 J I
2 roared through the Mont new fury. serious
injuries. Unseasona- i
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2O-- Prices will advance on Oct. 1. FOLDS HARDWARE "

te 1964 but all orders placed

J-1: with a deposit prior to that 5 S.E. 1st AVE. i.
: Retarded Youth Confesses may purchase at these ad-
I vertised prices. to handle Area.all sales and repairs in. the Gainesville i'

POUNDS IN

I ; I To String of Sex Crimes 20 DAYS' ?

j It May, or May Not tr Be Easy :> Convert Heat

;' NEW YORK (AP) A retarded : urday night and her husband 1 Before Using COMET RICE' After
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,I t< youth, repeatedly freed \ .w"Ii followed Spencer home. She lei lbs. "No Hunger1'DietIn 141 Ibs. I .

y from state institutions and gave detectives the address and clinical tests, a doctor states that a few-patients l lost 20 pounds Light For Only
I "- courts despite a record of sex identified him as the youth who in 20 nonconsecutive\ dieting days, yet reported they suffered

... e, offenses since puberty, has admitted tried to rape her Aug. 22. BO hunger discomfort. (The )lady pictured is, one of them.:) -
: two rape murders and .
.. 10 rapes or attempts, police Mrs. Thompson said the Thousands cf users have reported success with the diet Hundreds $7.95 !

I say.. youth got into the elevator of of doctors have requested thousands. copies for their patients. I

,4 The victims, chosen by her Bronx apartment buildingwith Rice makes '
her, her infant son and her Cqmet no guarantees norCOME1' 3000 CandlePower
:chance, ranged in from 5 26.95
age claims for this diet. A few users dislike I
N to 83. Frequently they just hap- 2-year-old daughter. She said the Diet. Individual Brilliance

I:t ..pened to be where random subway A he put a knife to her throat and ,, ./ CEtl See your doctor before reactions dieting.vary. I R-1 Model }
M: travels led the youth. said he would cut the son to I .
*. "I don't know why I do it," pieces if she did not submit to' az t Comet GIANT GRAIN Rice is BOTH Vitafiedand 1
warranted. Don'tbe
All merchandise fresh stock :
J detectives quoted him as saying ,Kaa :b riijjj Enriched. Every grain cooks up big, white, The Only Fully fully !

.' { "I get headaches, pass out him.As he tried to rape her, she fluffy and tender.Insist on Cornet Rice. Portable Kerosene misled on rebuilt or repaired* merchandise. 'at

and hear funny noises." continued, the building super- I For your Free Copy of the Diet, send your Burning Heater lower prices.

?. Anthony Spencer, 17, was arraigned intendent came along and fright- ,.,-. r, name, address and a Comet GIANT GRAIN SAFE A. W. THACKER CO.
on a charge of murder ened him.away. "" 0186$ Rice Box_ Top to: -
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'Mrs. Mary Payne, 83. The Spencer Is a Negro. The a-_.. COMET RICE BOX,issi DALLAS 21, TEXAS CLERMONT, FLORIDA

Bronx widow was raped and rape victims were both white

,slain-suffocated by a pillowin 4 9 and Negro.
her two weeks '
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deserted by their father
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\ Philip and reared by their mother
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Walsh said also admitted
Spencer with welfare support. He is illiterate "

.: the rape murder of ., and had worked as a laborer You Can Count on Us..Quality Costs No More at Sears
-Charlotte Lipsik, 38, a school ...... and handyman. He boasted
:teacher 29 in the'elevator
May
to police of five knockout
.Jof an apartment house in a ..amateur boxing record, but
-Brooklyn neighborhood where SPENCER his mother said she never

Jthe incidence of crime had Began at Age 12 heard of him being a fighter.
"caused Jewish residents to forma .
-- citizens patrol. I rent arrest. "He is just numb in the
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1\1\ -a... month after Spencer's- .dis- spotted himon-a street last Sat-, they km him for that?"

\t*Itooharge from the New York
j :State hygiene clinic in the COME IN GET ACQUAINTED

-Bronx. He had been treated With A New Money Saving Auto_

there for two years as an outpatient Policy "GOLD KEY"
) following two years in >
the Wassaic State School for
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mental defectives. 1.-1>0_ f .; !( Emory Cross'Agency
His record of sex'ofte ses-had
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begun several years earlier.At .

the age of 11, Spencer was 1109 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3764582You I

accused of trying to rape a 5- All Dei1ims 1icates Wash *n' "
i year-old girl but was released Dry fabrics Perfectly : to to Wero.
Can Count on Us Quality Costs No More at Sears .
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At the age of 12, he was adJudged :, Solil Over ( ,

a juvenile offender for -MillionALLOT ,. :.;

1 H-aping a woman on a roof. But ': : ... f......
Jie: did not serve time. ATE KiigiiioKPlymouthDodge OOCCIOi:1.a::t:: Y I
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Mrs. Rosalee said. ''t'' 1
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treatment.sent to Wassaic SAVE up to $35On '
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:after being adjudged a juvenile r These Popular :w.e.:;:.:,: a OOOOOOO e aa ooeo.acaaoo Ia0aea00.aN.oie jpep Our Best Automatic?:
' Delinquent for spraying lighter I aaeacsooaoiiooii

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Last June 21, within two:;I 9-DAYS ONLY! .
f 'Jnonths of his discharge from Mea eaa..o 0 ::
3 DAYS ONLY
*state'mental care, Spencer was e.o .o aoo e bsf0e0D0
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t II a Bronx woman at knife .. So..LETS 'Il( \IE; ENGINES .OO,...ooa.e e.0e.0..es eD. aa..aaa. x '
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your present car with an Allstate Engine. You'U DD D Deoa Gpp0p
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TM hat Extra rshaft.. connecting rods and cylinder heads are .osooocaeie DOeooaonc DeaK
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LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP-The fil'tjl ; (;
1 t Plymouth-Dodge: 6 Cylinder Normal, Delicate, Wash 'n Wear
big boss was coming to town so

t. parry L. Modovan arranged for Complete Engines 6 temperature selections--5 heats,

I -a cookout in his backyard. Furnished with !head off pan 7; high to delicate and no-heat
It The piece de resistance was r4a',. and covers as shown. "Air" setting for fluffing
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:g: 3-pound sirloin steak which IF l' / .' Top-mounted easy-reach lint screen
I-Moldovan slapped on the grill"ahead r Plymouth 19S1-54; Dodge 19S3- 155
54; 217 and 230 Cu. In. Regular -
of time. $172 With Trade-la \ : : r U Porcelain-finish top resists scratches e

\ -- Along came a neighbor's dog Gas Dryer. $168

v .nd snatched the steak, with $172 JP4:1&Ll
Guarantee. Free replacement and aerriee of any part
1 loldovan in pursuit. 'Plymouth & Dodge 1957.59. 1 1 1i
:) 'which prove defective within one year of aale. Free replacement -
230 Cu. In. With Trade-U
The stores were closed so the Regular $1W i of defective porcelain-finuh parts within CO days.Silt .

!steak went back on the grill. 1 \, J
Plymouth-Dodge V-8 Engines / ....,.
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:.later: "Sally, I don't know what Use heads.. oO pn and"covers;,/ .'., 'i! > '.,
3011 did to this steak, but it's from your old engine. -_ t.; i J. 4
delicious." Plymouth WM41 277...901 di:- '.' 8217 ._1 ,
311 Cu. In.;' Dodge 1W041 '. {. f
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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) 311 CU. In.* Dodge 1M041 3CM. $ #' 51850x
r In. Regular J3 / Wits TrM.li x
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arrive at the 1964 Iowa State M4S II4t
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Fair: was 12-year-old lad, who ,e NO MONEY DOWN as (low as $11.50 : r : n \( r
:Megan his fourth year as a shoe- Q month .on Sears Easy Payment: Plan LI NO MONEY DOWN Wringer Automatic Automatic
Sear Does Not Establish EXPERT SERVICE i \Va: h rsVashers Dryers

-shine boy at the exposition. GUARANTEED TRADE-IN: .. ALLOWANCE regardless of conditionof *
old There .The } Artificial "List" always as near as your $78 1.r'8 ltl.etrle >
your engine. are no "Extra" or "Hidden" charges. 9i
: He approaches fair visitors price we quote is the price : Prices to allow so-called UP TO 96 MONTHS TO phone anywhere in the .
and offers to shine their shoes you pay. : .'discount" or !CtradePAYAsk Sears.salesman U.S.A. Ask about ex- 1 N..Required Trail.-rat Ne KequiredKenmore. Trade-lie )Co'rndo-la.Required
Jar a nickel And when they ask S NEW. .PARTS. Over 200 Brand New Parts In a VS'Complete in" 'prices. Sears origi how you may have up to three tended service protec- .Wringer Kenmore. Set for Kenmore.' ChoeM"Heat"
Engine a corresponding number in 6 cylinder engines and block I. nal prices are low prices. full years to pay for Sears tion for just pennies a adjusts to any of hut warm or cold or "Ai--
:Jim>> why he charges so little, assemblies. Home Appliances. day. eight positions.. wash-water tern and drying time.
he explain: INSTALLATION 3-Taae alit&tor'PeRture. Gas:Model |12&
GASKETS end LIFTERS INCLUDED These Prices Include Delirery :
: If I tell a man I'll shine prices include Installation Gaskets also New Hydraulic Lifters s
Jis shoes for a nickel he says where specified. -- -
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r f < a quarter or at least athine. can include the cost on Sears Easy Payment Plan. SEARS I Tues., wed, Thurs.. Sat. Mon., FH.

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JJlinerai Water quaffing .

II, GLENMORE SEAGRAM'S HAIG & HAIG
: No Big Hit in Russia -RESTAURANT WEDNESDAY FEATURE BOTTLE'IMPORTED
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By JOHN BEST drunks.. Normally they don't 90 PROOF GIN!
I I Canadian,Press Writer mother'them,so long as they do SOUTHERN: OldCrow t SCOTCH .

; MOSCOW (AP) Premier not make. nuisances of themselves E. j. SCOTT
Khrushchev's personal cam- FRIED; STR. KY. BOURBON GRANT'S /'JL
paign to get Russians to drink If a man is completely help 11it11t1i11! -
', mineral water instead of vodka less,and there is no one to take SERVED WITH 2 wt 1 : 8 YR. OLD Jim Beam ..-
has been no howling success. care of him, he will be takento GlenmoreBOURBON '-
Bacardi Rum 8 Year Old
That many still prefer vodka, a special police lockup. ALL YOU G Q'r --l
and in generous quantities, can This is not considered an ar Light or Dark Rum tClprnm 3 J & B RARE
be noted by walking along busy rest. Next morning, instead of 99 -- s..1' .
I Moscow streets on a summer CAN EAT 2 ,(
J evening. going before a magistrate, the -.---.. 3 1 095 -.::-
The number of intoxicat drunk is given a cold shower Served from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 5th =::.:- 5
people may give the visitor an and sent on his way with a I CASE 35.75ISAVE ---- CASE 43.75 5th CASES8.95
,, ,: exaggerated notion of the drunk- warning (though habitual offen- LIGGETT DRUG STORES
enness problem. Muscovites in ders may be sent to a reform
, a celebrating mood like to get colony). GAINESVILLE_SHOPPING_ _CENTER_ _
out of their crowded apartmentsand -
let off steam. THE UNITED WAY I I

Russians have a peculiar tol-
erance for hard drinking. Whena LARGEST SELECTION OFZENITHSTEREO'S
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exercising Russian a ties time-honored one on, he priv-is 86 Proof Ezra I BUY FULL QUARTS I SEAGRAM'v.o.

ilege. The language is full of
proverbs that may be taken asII RelskaVODKA Four. Roses
justification for an occasional M BLEND

blowout."The drunkard will wake up; AS BUY : Brooks 3.99 Quart Full 4.69,.Quart Full .
the I OC CANADIAN BLEND
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II "In Russian home LOW $69 1 Q-Yr.-Old St. Bourb.BROOKS Ten
every you'llfind 6 WAYS HighSTRA.IGHT Ronrico Old
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wrote: "Russians cannot help ONLY HALE 100 Proof Bottled in Bond Stt4 rt>
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'Sept. 30 at 5 p.m. I If you : ,.' WINE 5TH
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; and your narneis 'dr wn. .. CASE 41.75 PINK-W HATE-RED
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You Do Not Have To.Be- 22-in. high, brown shade,
Washable with Gives
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Standard 599
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24 Gainesville Sun 'Wednesday, September 23,1964 :-: ',1'..., II : .. .

..........,. .......- N.....". -i I Attacks Auto Safety Experts'f 'I .

Ask Halt to Congo Aid 1T of of the Independent safe,.
and research vice president many
1\0)dtlir! iff, i Nrw nrfc mtmr recommendations,
experts'
'American Motors Corp., who ty
..., ._. ,. MIAMI BEACH The automotive were made "without proof that,
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Sfcm Hark eJimru The commission has been 4I t, g. .iII"Pi : ; ; industry charged Tues- acted as spokesman for the Au they were effective, acceptableto
closed session for
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NAIROBI, Kenya The Con- meeting day that critics of vehicle design -tomobile Manufacturers A s-, the public or economically'
Conciliation Commission' six days in an attempt to find ; ;: were trying through legis- sociation. At a panel' session justified." He defended the
go a means of ending the current : iIa lation to force unproved or impractical -. here of the American Automobile industry's position that it was
called on the United States rebellion in the Congo. ,,- .,* features merely by Association conventionhe the best judge of car safety,
Tuesday to halt all further -Ir .l. .... "hanging a safety tag" a n asserted that there was no standards and added, "Public }
military assistance to Congolese "14. { them. justification for "most safety acceptance of a new device was

Premier Moise Tshombe. Florida ranked 12th among .. The accusation was made by proposals. a prerequisite in deciding.if
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12 southeastern in :.',.. "; ; ( Ralph H. Isbrandt, engineering Isbrandt contended that should be adopted. ;
It also announced that a'special states 1960: >'.. ... .;.',.7.. '
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delegation from the .commission -I in percentage of the state's total w. ., .. / : ) '. .-
would fly to Washington -personal income expended for > .- -A; WELCOME

this week' to meet with public higher education institu- rye 4'' k" .

President Johnson. tions. :9.

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Let's Get Acquainted! I II

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IT'S GATOR DAYS Off the StreetsCapt. ., ..
You are cordially invited to come in and see our I

much enlarged completely modernized i and William A. Harris of the Maryland National Guard, a former college p
equipped store-featuring; Complete office sup- basketball player, discusses the game with a group of Cambridge, Md., youths.
machines furniture .
plies and
-equipment
Harris was left behind when troops pulled out of the racially troubled town. \, :
underwood He has proved so successful in promoting various activities his tour of duty i f

has been extended, twice.'Friendly.


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In Troubled Town
Lettera 32 The Olivetti Underwood LETTERA 32 Racially
sets a new standard of portable typewriter quality /tt; :. .
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combining classic beauty with rugged strength and 'I 'During the day, Harris literally I:; : 1
light weight with all the important features of full- I CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) heads a special commission ; ; I\; ,
size machines. With its remarkable new big-type- Friendly persuasion has replaced -named by Tawes to' promote lives in the streets, where he % ,,
writer "touch", new keyboard-set tabulation new bayonets and tear gas on interracial harmony the com- can reach more people. He has Iti'
wider keyboard with speed-contoured keys auto- the streets of Cambridge, where munity of 12,200. a nodding acquaintance with i'i'h
matic paragraph indentation and o host of other racial turbulence kept National
relieved as residents. Some call him :
advantages the LETTERA 32 is ideal for personal, Guard troops on duty for more I Harris was deputy many epi
U.S. marshal at the request of he 1:1
professional school or home use. than a year. by name; others wave as
Maryland Atty. Gen. Thomas B. :
WE SELL & SERVICE ALL MAKES.OF The Guard still is represented F ian" and sent to CambridgeMay passes. "
but it's a detachment com- r g6v 7; :;t;
19 as a member of Gen.
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS .
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posed solely of Capt. William A. KNOW FLORIDA
His
George Gelston's staff. as-
SEE US TERMS ARRANGED Harris. ,.' .
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signment: Work with the Negro BETTER.for t 1 .v ;:
The work of the 44-year-old community to find out their retirement
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Negro has ,been so, impressivehis chief desires and needs. business

I. : tended tour twice of duty and has Harris been now ex-is When the last troops were vocation: ,:..",... ... -or ..:..'"'''1 .

KlfcftCfcS to remain until after the November removed July 11, one week after
Coerpld.I elections. the federal civil,rights law was I
I offi* orr/*xrr enacted Miles asked the gover- "
4 Gov. J. Millard Tawes agreedto
t nor to keep Harris in Cambridge 1 \
601 W. Umvmiry AY*, Gainesville, florid* the latest extension, requested as.a. liaison man between {

Ph. FR 2-2555 by,Dorchester County State's ; the white and Negro com- t ,
Attorney Awdry C. Thompsonand munities. Sry y J4pYi"

by >Clarence -Miles,- whoMen's "Capt. Harris is like a chemical : ,1 / SPECIAL .

I catalyst," says Maurice
Rimpo, editor of the Cambridge I : 4 PURCHASE '
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Shop- Banner."If .

STREET 'FLOOR'SPORT someone like him had DEEP-TEXTURED
been here two years ago to keep
open the lines of communication -
we never had had
may
FAMOUS MAKE serious racial trouble in Cam- ATLAS OF FLORIDA IMPORTED.. BEAVERS .... !
LONG SLEEVED bridge. He speaks the languageof Discover Florida's new scope, -
both sides." and dimensions, its infinite
variety .its physical beauty REG. 18.99-25.99 SALE 14.8.8 e
SHIRTSTHE and natural resources its _
Remember how much fun it people economy and cultural
( BRAND IS EXCLUSIVELY used to be to eat in the kitchen facets. .'.-?,.- .. Soft, silky-napped beaver felts all with a !
WILSON'S GAINESVILLE)* Well, this year some 1.3 billion 'Deluxe Hardcover 11x14 Full-color format 750' I sense of fashion importance to make you feel .:

American meals were or will be Maps Charts- Draw- more than a little pampered, look more ..."-JT
REG. 5.00 8.95 eaten outdoors. ingsUnirersl than a little elegant. You'll love their t|
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music must way : I
SALE great you keep Florida Press ..
your eyes on a distant star" Floor
AND ALL BOOK STORES
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Wednesday, September 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun g t

1} More Labor Trouble Plagues Viet Nam '.- - -- - -. ... 1 1I



SAIGON' ,' South Viet Nam thousands of plantation workerrin A general strike in Saigon men in the highlands central against the Communist Viet I'' TAPE RECORDER 1 Ii::1 I II

(APj t.- A new labor crisis hit other provinces would join ended Tuesday night, but the Viet Nam 150 miles north of Cong.
Premier= Nguyen Khantfs hard. the strike. new work stoppage underlined
pressed! ',government today j Bien Hoa about 15 the uncertainty surrounding thegovernment's Saigon still causes major con The revolt appeared 'today-to;
begins .
cern. It 'began Sunday with a be spreading throughout Darlac:
Some_3.000.workers, reportedly miles north of Saigon, and mostof future. "declaration of independence"and Province and apparently included -:I HEADQUARTERS:II:
struck'i French-owned. plantations the province: is_controlled by ,
Crises have beset Khanh for a demand for regional auto many more tribesmen than I
In Bien Hao Province, the Communist Viet Cong. Un-
the past two months at increase several hundred had participated originally The
nomy by primi-
demanding a SO'per cent pay confirmed reports said the ingly frequent intervals with tive whom U.S. Saigon government ordered:
increase and double rice allot workers struck the demandof "montagnards"
at :
increasingly serious results. In I special forces had trained and reinforcements lowland Viet !ii iiI W!
ments.Where appeared a strongpossibility Red guerrillas who operate I WOLLENSAK.REVERE
that. many' more throughout the plantations. won every temporary case the government peace only has by armed as guerrilla fighters:namese troops into the area. I I

making major concessions. PRE-SEASON SALE! TRANE

IJ political, religious and labor CENTRAL HEATINGTHERMOSTATICALLY I "DIRECT FACTORY DEALER" II,

Acquaint Yourself with the i opponents.The CONTROLLED I GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION |II-|

pattern has been one of mere' beet lower fuel bills. I "
I Complete Office and Art steady undermining of central CLEAN. & EfFICIENT' no-smoke I OF 3 M SCOTCH" ACCESSORIES 'If jj
$5 8
I authority.A smell or dirt. GUARANTEED, and ready 5 I
revolt of mountain tribes-] for future air-conditioning. 608 N. PHONE
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COMPLETELY INSTALLED as low as .. M'
I Supply Store in the Area I I No money' down Terms' to suit your budget I COUCH'S
FOR, FREE ESTIMATE I MAIN ST. FR 6-7171 :
Police FheeRepOlet DL ALL AMERICAN
376-8268 HEATING tr AIRCONDITIONING !
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\ Why give, your favorite student a Involved in accidents reportedby r i
the Gainesville Police Department -

good pen" when he'll just lose it? and the Alachua County More Than Money People Are: Our Business 1
Sheriff's Office during the

,- : A. past 24 hours were: . :..: -
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I William R. Meerman, 3930 '.\. .
Parker won't let him lose it. SW 2nd Ave. and a building ', r".''..-.t'. ,

1716 NW 3rd Ave., at 4:30 a.m.
If he does, .it will be replaced* Wednesday.


I r!- -c- I 2nd Charles Ave. and M. Morris Furman 704 Green SW

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715 NW 12th Ter., 11:58 p.m. : (
"Tuesday at SW 21st Ave. and
SPECIAL REPLACEMENT OFFER: If you buy your 13th St.Oscar.
I favorite student a Parker 45 (the $5 model) between
i S. Buchner, 760 NE 23rd
I now and October 17, 1964, he can protect it againstloss
!Blvd. and a parked car, at 6:45
for
one full year at no extra cost. He registersits
purchase by mailing one-half of the Parker 45 I p.m. Tuesday at 300 NW 15th St.
Registration Certificate to the insurance company I Emma A. Master, 518 SE 15th.
listed on the certificate. Then if the pen fs lost, the St. and Kate Suttles a pedestrian -
( insurance company will replace it at no charge. All 1430 SE 36th St., at
.he has to do is mait the other half of the certificate, 5:15: p.m. Tuesday at SW 3rd St.
properly notarized before December 31, 1965 and and 4th Ave.
describe how the pen was lost.Here's *. Ruff G. Hodge, Newberry and''

Russell E. Phares Jr., 3837 SW
why this, is such a good pen for a student:
5th Place at 5:05: p.m. Tuesdayat
IT'S CONVERTIBLE. Load it with a cartridge or replace W. University Ave. and 1st .
the cartridge with the ingenious little "con- .
verter", ((95 cents extra) and fill it from an ink l St.Theora B. Mixson, 729 NW ..
bottle: The 45 is the only pen that fills two ways. ;22nd St. and a parked car, at .
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SOLID 14K COLD POINT. Choice of seven widths 431 p.m. .Tuesday in an alley, .
from extra-fine to extra-broad. And we can replace behind 729 NW 22nd St. I a.
points right the t
on spot Ollie W. Powell, 1212 NW 31st .

Ave. and Brian M. Schott, 1615 r. r c
-Patkr NE 19th Place at 10 a.m. Tues-'
45 Cmwuitb&
$5 Ave.day in the unit block of NE '1st: 4

loads with a cartridge or fills from an ink bottle { sj t
(with optional converter 95 cents extra) I Fire Calls 7
At 3:21: p.m. Tuesday, a broken s
THE BACK TO SCHOOL STORE gas valve at 221 NW 2nd ,
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CHESNUT OFFICE_ ili Ave. WI-

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EQUIPMENT CO. INC. the United States lives within
a three-day drive of Florida,

\ 106 W. UNIVERSITY AYE. PHONE FR 2-8421 l according to the Atlas of Flor '.' .. .
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: I i Motorola changes the shapeof Convenient. Banking; ,LYou L\ .




color television for good t .' .


are cordially invited to come in and check- for ,yourself the many

1I modern. conveniences of he Florida National Bank :conveniently 'located -
What differencein
a in the heart of the downtown shopping area. Free parking is just
the shape of the
one-of the many'courtesies extended to patrons the Sidewalk Teller Z
I picture!...in the size
.. vi. of the cabinet! located= outside for super-speedy banking ,. two Drive-in Teller windows -

You get a larger picture now open until 4'p.m. Monday through-Thursday Complete r

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tangular tube ((23-inches :.yourself. how convenient banking can be! -."--:' '' S
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I 'weary House OKs Anti-Poverty Funds I r ZENITH

< Sfr w tfork wtttttS including urban mass transit, the Public Health Service 't'0 & : COUCH'S FOR
By MARJORIE HUNTER civil rights enforcement and create a new national clearing S ,'n
food stamps for the needy. house for smoking and health.
WASHINGTON The House Sugar
appropriated $750 million Tuesday Tired out by a session that! And the $13,088,000 item for CLOCK RADIOS I
for antipoverty projects has lasted far longer than they enforcement of the Civil Rights l.n l.Ies :
had expected, House members Act passed this by Con-
,.after turning back a feeble effort year ,
': to slash, another $75 million -demonstrated little of the fire gress was mentioned only ,in ;jti' .
from the program. that usually marks consideration -passing. 11S. : M9.95 UP a
::The action came in House approval of any money bill. Rep. John M. Ashbrook R.- .) ?
of a nearly billion dol-I No attempt was:made to restore -Ohio, posed a question: Where
j'a r supplemental appropriations the $197.5 million cut by were all the southerners wh o I 608 N. MAIN ST. 1
bill after some of the most the House Appropriations Com had spent.so much time fight- COUCH OpEN FRIDAY
lackluster debate of the session. mittee from the administra- ing passage of ,the civil rights NITS.
The catch all bill includes tion's original $947.5 request for bill; why were they not speak- I "SELLING & SERVICING ZENITH SINCE 1933 '. ..
funds not only for the antipoverty -the antipoverty program. ing up against appropriat ing PLEASURE FOR RADIO DOLLAR WHEN IT'S ZENITH -;I *
.. program but for a num- No attempt was made to restore -money to carry out the I aw LMORE FROM COUCH'S
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l Weary House OKs Anti-Poverty Funds I COUCH'S FOR ZENITHl

Sfaro tfork uftmm including urban mass transit, the Public Health Service to
By MARJORIE HUNTER civil rights enforcement and create a new national'clearing
food stamps for the needy. house for smoking and health. -
WASHINGTONThe House Sugar
appropriated- $750 million,Tues- Tired out by a session that! And the $13,088,000 Hem for i CLOCK RADIOS I
day for antipoverty projects has lasted far longer than they enforcement of the Civil Rights Stl n. 1BPS .
.after turning back a feeble ef- had expected, House members Act passed this year by Con- .
::[ort to slash, another $75 mil- demonstrated little of the fire gress was mentioned only in $ .
11 19.95 UPI
'.Jion from the program. that usually marks consideration -passing. :
=The action came in House approval of any money bill. Rep. John M. Ashbrook, R.-
of a nearly billion dollar No attempt was:made to restore -Ohio, posed a question: Where ._. i
Q. 608 N. ST.
the $197.5 million cut by MAIN
supplemental appropriations were all the southerners wh o
bill after some of the most the House Appropriations Com had spent.so much time fight- COUCH'S OPEN FRIDAY NITE :
lackluster debate of the session.! mittee from the administra- ing passage, of ..the civil rights I :,J
The catch all bill includes tion's original $947.5 request for bill; why were they not speak- "SELLING & SERVICING ZENITH SINCE 1933 '. j
funds not only for the antipoverty the antipoverty program.No ing up against appropriating '! PLEASURE FOR RADIO DOLLAR WHEN IT'S A ZENITH :
program but for a num- attempt was made to re- money to carry out the 1 aw LMORE FROM COUCH'S ,
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,\\1- j UF Students Welcomed for First 'Gator Day.., _




f .':; been able ,f"p rtl
"Merchants feel like they've near

"Hello, students, we're so glad you're back we're so glad '' the students," says Tom Hutson Sun retail advertislnlJnian-.

t you came along" ,is "a parody.'.of, a hit song and could I ager. ""Gator Days is an attempt to bring the stud _

t also serve 'as the theme for Gainesville's first "Gator Day." Merchants Offering Bargains : merchants closer together." -=

"Gator Days," a special sales promotion by local merchants 'Gator Day was picked as the name in orce !

t and the Chamber- of Commerce, begin today and rect it both at students_ and long-time residents," sa B .

continues through Saturday. More than 6,000 copies of The In Order to 'Get Acquainted'University Shumaker Jr., vice-president of Wilson's and a-m:. mn i'

Sun, are being ,distributed today at the University of Florida. of the Merchant Division's trade promotion committee*5r

'Whole purpose of ,Gator Days is to acquaint students "The promotion," says Shumaker, "is directed may"yal

with the merchants of Gainesville," says Art Holmes, manager -and we want to'keep it that way. another little town -' like Palatka without the University."It's the new students to acquaint them within shoPPing lll-

of Woolworth's and chairman of the CofC's Merchant's surprising how much we, the merchants, depend on All of us want to do, what we possibly can to make Gaines- .-= :

Division "We've always had good public relations with the the University_ ," Holmes says. "Gainesville would be just vine a pleasant place for the students because we a P- Gainesville. -
t preciate their business. Fred Lane, present student body treasurer at the-Urr .Is
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"This all Fred'sidea =
credited with the name "Gator Days. was -
-_ "We know how much the city of Gainesville depends on more or less," says John Sparkman, CofC administrative

\ '- STUb .TSB DYAUNIVER the University just to survive," he says. assistant. .-t ,

'. :jf p iI... y. ': ,-- :, : "Most merchants," Holmes says, "will have one good CofC Executive Manager Billy Mitchell thinks the new,name

: LORIDtL value-an item just above cost-for students. for the promotion. "It's obvious," _
t- be the to
key success
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.! *1 .' "If students have any thought about how we merchantscan he says, "that you've got to have the right name to make .
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Jio serve them better, they can go to their student govern- this thing' work. The old 'Get Acquainted Days' -promotionwasn't
\. : ment officers. We cooperate with them-and meet with 'em designated as sales days,.whereas this is. : :

; several times a year. Mitchell, "its is to geCstadfiifs
purpose
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Downtown Merchant's Association. This will be an excellent time," Mitchell points.outr"35r

I 'F: Let me take this earliest opportunity to welcome you to "Townspeople get, to know our reputation," Robertson says, students to open charge accounts and to get to; Abe
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the "but the students have to be introduced to it." merchants." :::
University of Florida, and to the greater. University ., ..
community of which you will soon become a part.. From the students' ,viewpoint, Lane says, "We are-,er.gt-;

thusiastic about it --

For many of you this will be the first time you have had "It's student government's hope," Lane says, ut aE :w11

} the opportunity to be self reliant. For each of you I hope that. be able to continue.these and perhaps have them cnfa regular -
this will be the beginning of a period of intense growth, !T ; ;' ".' University of. Florida basis -maybe every trimester. Gator Dayswin:R:
intellectually and :t' : valuable to both students and merchants." ZZZ.
spiritually as broaden "
you your perspective ; : ;: 1 ,: Student Body PresidentKen
of life :
,' Lane credits Paul Hendrick, ex-student body president,
.r.'f 1.1 f( Kennedy has a message and Lester L. Hale, dean of student affairs, with 'aid- i-ng: din

There are many caPable people who are very willing to help .... :, for arrivals on planning of the promotion. "We've been wor -' ron- ,1t

'...t..: you here at the University and you should not feel hesitant to ,\," -. new, the past 18 months," Lane says. :----='"
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,,;:ca1 upon them. You will find, however, that your greatest achieve- '. /1; ::.." the- campus. The TJF's I "Gator Days is more than just for new studentsJLane

.,i'j.{}ments, will be the direct result of our own initiative and willing- ," student government is says. "It's also for merchants to get acquainted with:older

n"ss.to!" participate in the University activities and to avail '1- students who never realized what good buys they cacncn.--

y urself, of too many opportunities to gain. meaningful experience known for being one ofas Gainesville. ----. -

well as lasting memories. the most active in the "Students can get just as good or better merchandise
: here," says Lane, "than in their hometowns." *-- -

You are represented on this campus from the moment of your nation. Lanes says he expects Gator Days to draw "a bTgTEirn->>

arrival by a strong, influential Student Government We are very out" of students. < __
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P proud"of-- our long; historY o f se, rvice' and responsibility: which _nas

earned for us the reputation of the most active Student Government $ r.rases .-
in the South and \one of the' top few in the country. '.


Such is the educational -!. '
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a part. I hope that you will be an active part and not merely a _

; passive mamber. Both you and the University will.. benefit from rf:" 1db. !f:
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received ceived at a national convention
morrow's doctors, nurses, medical lessor of ophthalmology, I
Each year over 83,000 per technologistsphysical ther- the Fight for Sight Award of I the association in Miami. t]

sons from the State of Florida hospital administrators, from the National Council to Student researchers from the The next three days have been proclaimed Gator Days, by the Gainesville merchants as a welcome to Unl. f M
south- apists,
and other states in the of and others .in the health fields. Combat Blindness.The college have placed high in national versity of Florida students and other newcomers to the University City. Hanging up one of the pronouncements ..
east come to the University competition for the Luns- of the acquainted occasion is Bernie'Datz, chairman of the Trade Promotion Committee and
the get
Florida for treatment at theUniversity's _operates under philosophy College of Medicine has a ford Richardson awards, a program of the Merchants Division of the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce. This marks the first
level .
: president-elect
the highest
J. Hillis Miller that only faculty scholarship program for occasion which dates back:
and unique of encouragement research UF student leaders have participated in planning and coordinating the
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of medical members of the year
which
Health Center. in
the
sponsored by phar-
examplefor to 1951. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis)
as an
The Health Center houses skill is adequate faculty make personal donationsto maceutical units of RichardonMerrell --
four colleges-Medicine, Nurs- those students who will care a fund from which are awarded Inc. '}1y",
While -' ;'" 'N<<___ ,
citizens.
tomorrow's \ ,
Relat- for substantial scholarships to '
ing, Pharmacy, Health Accord i g'to Dean Foote, .. ( s .w "
members are helping to n ....c. '-1'' ..
ed Services and the University faculty to good promising students who have students in the College of Phar- "'. ; ". .. ,.'_ l;>- > !'
Clinics. It is a restore their patients difficulty carrying the financial ,
Hospital and to of 6: -
have access one -
Florida's health, they are setting a pattern of medical macy \ ,
major component of their students will follow: burdens schooling. the most complete scholarshipand : :::,. = ,,

largest university. throughout their professional ca, In addition, the college has received loan funds in the nation. -
Viewed by the patient who is medical student loan More than $14,500 a year in )

referred there by his family reers.COLLEGE OF MEDICINETwo funds regularly from the Selby scholarship grants and additional c ---
physician for a particular treat- hundred and seven doc. Foundation of Sarasota. ( for student loans are
ment or diagnostic service, the J. from available through the college. <<< '
nave oeen
graouareathe v' "
Health Center is an example of tors of Medicine since ,, COLLEGE OF PHARMACY I Heading the list of donors of 4 fa

the growth of education and Medical College Science Building, The oldest educational unitat these scholarships in the Florida .- .
service at the Uni the the Health Center is the College ir'Jy. -
professional which houses the college, was Pharmaceutical Association, .. -: '
versity of Florida. in 1956. of Pharmacy which has which will assist nine future -
THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITALThe opened existed on the University of pharmacists in the Fall and
to
and Clinics is The aim of the college is Florida since 1923.
Hospital thorough under- Campus \Winter Trimesters with r
students a
the part of the Health Center give amounts to $1,000 each. ,
to the standing of patient care tech- The college's unusual facili- up 1FN
familiar .
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that is most It becomes the niques, while giving them a ties include a completely equipped Other organizations and firms
Florida public. in times of'strong foundation in research modem drugstore, ''stockedby h a vie contributed varyi n gamounts

i unspoken and assurance emotional stress -, as well, explains Dr. George T. the pharmacists of Florida to the scholarship and :;i; z
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crisis emergency rooms, operating Harrell, who came to Gainesville In which students learn the loan program, some offering ..
it's rooms or rehabilitation as dean of the. College in techniques of ,management of assistance to any pharmacy student 2r
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rooms clinic all the 1954. Individual study cubicles, such a store or departmentDean and some assisting students -
lecture A. Foote, pointed' from their own areas of
services that are in d e m a nd student laboratories, Perry
when restoration of health is rooms on the hospital floors and out that the student can get the state.
special facilities for student re- about half of the required 2, COLLEGE OF NURSING
the goatThe
hospital offers service to search are among the features 000 hours of drugstore working ;. The four year program of :
instill in the student by the of is designed dRW
the public service that re- that help experience required the College Nursing
quires'skill and knowledge coupled a habit of independent in- State Board before graduation.The to prepare students to 10 \

with an increasing demandfor quiry and self-motivation. ten-tnmester pharmacy e n t e r the nursing professionable ,
sophisticated and complex Among the honors which came curriculum is designed to train to perform the technical t %
equipment.According to the College in the past year students for the successful pray skills involved in the care of \

to L. R. (Rush) was the selection of Dr. Les tice of pharmacy in retail patients and families. << ..

Jordan, director of the hospital' ter Dragstedt, research professor stores, or hospital pharmacies! Dean Dorothy M. Smith encourages '- .,
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who f came to the University of of surgery, for the Julius as well as for research. and new ideas and research :..!(:"........"., .. .... _. .'
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in Friecenwald Medal by t b .. .
Florid from Duke University teaching. : in new approaches to .c
1959, the clinics treat over *X American Gastroenterologic a el I This year theCollegeoi cursing'care by the faculty of ... ... .. .
patients a day and the hospital i tssaaaUon! : the appointment Pharmacy received $128,060 in the College of Nursing. The college .
cares for an average of 275 bEd Dr. Frank Putnam, bead of the research' grants. received a $246,000 grant
patients per day. More'than 4X department of biochemistry'to : this 'year" :from the U. S. Department ".. w
During the past year, a member
the National Advisory General
operative procedures are per- of Health Education
month.ferrke ., Medical Sciences Council anDean of the College of Pharmacy,.
for.Ne4In a typical to help increase
Welfare.
and 1
Dr.' Edward .Garret, LabThe
to faculty, Cardiac
HarrelTs
is one part of thhoiiul's appointment research research capabilities of the faculty _
received the highest :
job but it has a par the Veterans Administration and provide feads for: new j
aJet Job baLis just as big. Hospital Construction Advisory award Pharmaceutical bestowed by the Assocla-.Amen- research programs.' University of Florida'Hospital in the J. Hillls Miller Health Center UIjr tqlttMt"\ a\\ arm .t.u ;

Wh;> 'cnlcbunng to the state's Council. can such the cardiac catheterUation laboratory "R. 'M'1 i :
the E b l t Students who plan to entei' specialized equipment as ,; ;
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This e
Also during the ,Dr. Rich tion. was '-.
heat: nee"s, the jiospial servesas year assistant Prize, which Dr. Garrett reM (See H. CENTER .Page.,33)) spotted by X-ray and'recorded on film. $ ... .
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V :" :;..;.''ff"t.."" ,".=*:. ..'" Life of Student Stressed l/F--/ :
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Div:" tar \ :!t:..... '! t.ft' I Spiritual at *, :1
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-' ... ": 4W : programs I Wesley representing Friday evening recreation
: :, sociations on the "nivel sity of for the spiritual enrichment of the Methodist church, is also part of the pro;: For the first time in its history -

I Ir : '-'r. J.';"" ., ..'"'' Florida campus work toward the students. It also serves the offers students a religious edu- ,gram. A chapel is open at all the University Presby-
,. ; ., giving the student a fuller spir- ,cation that will parallel their times. terian Center will hold Sunday
itual life while in the college campus community, as a nearby University education. A Sunday The Latter Day Saints In 'ti- worship services at the, center

5 community and fellowship- with i Episcopal church. supper hour at 5:45 p.m. followed tute of Religion Student Center this fall. The Sunday services
t other students ofth same I The Hillel Foundation, spon- by a forum hour at 6:30, will sponsor the Mutual Im- will be at 8:45 a.m.The center
faith. sored by B'nai B'rith, is the provides an opportunity for students provement Association each also sponsors a program for
The majority of the centersare Jewish community on campus. to talk with faculty mem-: Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the cen adult student parents to help '
located adjacent to the flillel sponsors many religious bers about particular topics on ter. The meetings discuss top- them understand the'r rela-
'... campus on University Ave. The services for students. a more informal ba<=is than the ics of a religious or life-adjust tionship with the family.

others are within a block of the The Lutheran Student Center -
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: and welcome all studentsto
age Church on West University Ave.
participate in the various. ac- meets with students weekly to

_. tivities. discuss thought provoking top-
The Baptist Student Union ics. The center provides a place

provides a program of social, for students to come and hear
JI'x recreational' and religious educational -.other people's ideas and meet I
activities Bible study other students.It .

F --- programs and reading groupsare NTRODUCE YOURSELF
-.. conducted for the students.
'* = was British Prime Minister
Each and at
Tuesday Thursday
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Harold Macmillan who ob-

u_ .. -.'.ryYxs..-"" .w..w rr z'ss ...-._" 6:30 held.p.m., a Vespers period is served, "You must be like an TO, BETTER VISION t
oak tree-your branches spread-
The Catholic Student Center
ing out widely so that the new
.i Holds 'Atom Smasher'JThe holds daily masses at 6:30: saplings may grow in their }
P a.m. and 5:15 p.m. It is open shade. You must not be a beech

recently completed Nuclear Sciences Building, camplete with an "atom every day from 6:30: a.m. until tree, growing so straight that

slasher" and lead-lined laboratories, houses nuclear scientists from medicine, 11 p.m. you give no shade to the next
physics! chemistry, agriculture, engineering and biology. The Episcopal University Cen- generation." 11 7tiA.yob c?:

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Three watertight compartments and research is helping to boost six weeks earlier than any other -
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holding fresh peaches that figure. peach producing area. PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED

; are lowered down an elevator Researcch at the Experiment It's apparent that in order to '
into a tank of water emitting Stations can take many forms. best serve the state's diversified REPAIRS MADE
IBEATS AWIRE ,' an eerie blue glow. As sev- Just recently, the nation's most agriculture, branch stations '

eral scientists watch this atomic powerful pool-type food irradiator -need be located at numerous SUN GLASSES iJ'
age operation, automatic controls was installed on campus at sections of Florida., This is why :
ease the descending compartments the Experiment Stations farm. there are 10 sub-stations and 9
A t to a powerful radioactive Mentioned above, this $100,000 field laboratories scattered GLASSES DUPLICATED

substance below. ,Cobalt 60 unit is contributing to across the stat These units

t- The peaches will be exposedto make the University of Floridaa range from the Sub Tropical SUN GLASSES FITTED : '...
: Cobalt 60 in an experiment to major nuclear research cen- Station in Homestead to the :

-, f t"i .iHiWn* determine how, well radiat'ion ter.The West Florida Station hi Jay, 650 CONTACT LENSES FITTED
-- can "pasteurize" the fruit so it irradiator unit is composed -miles apart. Lindsey L. Beckum
's.. -: will remain fresh and edible for of a steel tank placed in a The Main Station is on the

..,:1--..... extended periods of time. second steel tank resting on a University of Florida campus
--' This is just a glimpse at some reinforced concrete pad. The and is composed of 16 research Whether you are in Gainesville for a trimester or

...... of: the research work in agriculture tanks form a well for the Cobalt departments, an editorial and a lifetime invited
you're make
a
ie ; :.cw to Beckum's your'vision
yr;.;c that will be conducted at 60, the radioactive source. The statistical; department, and a .
.....- the Agricultural Experiment well is filled with water to provide library Also a big farming operation headquarters. Courteous, capable, friendly

--- Stations during the next few a 10-foot shield above the the Station has 1,110 Gainesville folks are at your service here for simple -
-'" months. Much of this unceasing cobalt. acres of cultivated land adjacent -
::= Irradiation food by repairs or major fittings. Come in and see for
.. ;cientific-Investigation will be preserves to the main campus; 1,170 ,
--'-- arried'coll at the. University of controlling the activity of insects acres in the dairy research unit yourself.Complete .

..--, Honda[ campus-and possiblyIn bacteria, yeast, and mold at Hague north"of Gainesville;
your hometown. which causes spoilage and loss and 640 acres in the Horticultural -

6.". .. Every major 'industry has its of food. Researchers will try Research Unit. beyond the Grinding Laboratory FacilitiesBECKUM'S
research department her e to determine the radiation Devil's M 111h 0 p per west .
ideas are born, nurtured, and treatments can extend the shelf of Gainesville. :
into life of a food without educing Some of the than 350
Work developed practical means more 7opticians
Electrical\ \
I f pert for bettering man and his en- acceptability to consumers scientists who make up this
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Most research is less obvious
vironment. Florida agriculture, huge research team are also
Vffieh it comes to electrical work, it takes a "pro" to do it too, has its research "depart- than a giant irradiator. For example -staff members of the College of .
ngKK You're always welcome to call Dressler when you need ments" in both science and the first citrus roo t- Agriculture and the Agricultural -
ajXjod electrician for large or small jobs. So you just take stocks ever with the ability to
technology. This is the role of. Extension Service. The Experiment -
and of and let us handle the "hot" wires.
greeting
ou -+ nematode-in- _
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',0' J : fested soils were released to the GAINESVILLE'S FIRST OPTICIAN !
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-SPECIAL: LIGHTING SPECIAL Briefly, Experiment Stations the Institute of Food and Agricultural -
scientists form 'a public last June. The burrow- Sciences with
fact-finding along
FEATURES APPLIANCES chief 22 W. University Ave. Telephone FR 6.3516
.-VALANCE ELECTRICAL team which carries on research ing nematode .is the the Extension Service, the College -
WEIGHTING KITCHENS I covering nearly every phase of cause of the citrus diseaseand of Agriculture, arid the I :
feeder roots of alJrootstocks
CIGHTING ELEC. HEATING the state's myriad agricultural attacks School of Forestry.
commonly used for "
EQUIPMENT I EQUIPMENT'eWINDOW enterprises-from citrus to beef .
OR ELECTRICAL cattle to vegetable crops. citrus in Florida.
LCEILING; FANS CONTRACTING1C. Once.a. grovels infested, the
Leading the Experiment Sta-
has to through the
go
tions team since 1955 is its director grower 0, .
of removing affected -
Dr. J. R. Beckenbach. costly 'process
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[ trees and fumigating the ;
P. DRESSLER He points out that research is < .
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soil before planting again. The % -t* :
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of these new rootstocks: ,
productivity of the American success *** *.*> *. LET US HELP YOU FIT
will mean more production and .
farmer who feeds 27 i"
I PHONE FR 66193E now per- larger returns for citrus grow- --
with his
sons yearly prOduction. tk < <

-; 910 NORTHWEST FOURTH STREET In agriculture Florida, notes generates Beckanbach nearlY, ers.Looking Stations at another scientists facet, Experiment not- : 1 y.:! rs A NEW CAR INTO YOUR

17 percent of the total income %

z I only crops develop or devise new better varieties marketing of- .}: : : :?t ; BUDGET WITH ACITIZENS

methods but also take a : ; .
hand in to plan new in- .'1..7 : ?
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to seek a substitute for citrus. :
1 an alternate fruit crop, and scientists ., T.'., -. .. :'" J
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develop varieties that will set ( : I r.:;: :
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.- f four million bushels a year, ; '- -- >? :r ;':!:: <, -
would be a major competitor F ( t .
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if a strong peach industry : 'J. very you / rk j
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PRICE Q-t.'f.-: that new car. Just come into our bonk I
blossoms.
+ /2 t' However, Florida peach ..;! .. : .':*. and let us see what you can afforJ. Chances are very good that ';'" '" ."..
growers have one important ti., r,::;; ,< we can work out terms that will suit your budget to a T. 'i !

:R market advantage: the potential : :' .. _- d
w i > f f
season is about : '
production :' ..': ; '\'.' Low bank rates of course, and up to 36 months to repay.. 0 '! i :

Sims reg. 39.95 Sports Coats reg. $25 & 29.95 :OWL. Prompt service too. :- .. tx : :
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-- Warns Against :- : ;t ; -.: S. :

t All Stripes Broken Sizes. ':). .....,.,.., ..-_,#,' .-.
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.*, Cool summer comfort & easy care. I 1f' r ."" ,, ..,! :..;:f "''j ..;;::It_ ,.: ',,.. .. : :
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But now at saving-for next summer. ..9. I Commissioner Doyle :-- '" ---.1c.,f'>_', ':. ao\ .s',._. ,' .. .-t...".. -_.'. ,.,'-1, .. ... J,.
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holders Tuesday against buying .. J, .. '.' : -
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L I proper warning labels. ; ..
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\t to-door selling of pesticideswere ,
r under investigation. In _.,.- _:- =Md t

\ both cases, he said, the pesti-
... cide was sold in an unmarked : \

paper sack and both contained ,' -
parathion, a deadly poison not -
THE STORE WITH MOREGAINESVILLE B-L Charge permitted for household use. OF GAINESVILLE
% SHOPPING CENTER jr One case was in Martin County -

'302 NORTH MAIN STREET Central he said, and the other in BANK
"' .... I'Polk County. NORTH: ,MAIN, ST, AT.NORTHEAST.. 4TH AVE. E
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: 13 One conditioned'Research buildings proves are that. more ai:. GATOR DAYS SPECIALS! -= I

rl Colleges; CampusThe conducive that aren't.to study than those

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The' University is the larg- matics, the Fine" Arts, along so ,that ,the courses: prescribedfor general background courses to I The U. S. Department of La DutD Semite Center ;
est of its kind in the South- with religion social stu dIes the first three trimesters gain an informed acquaintancewith bor estimates Florida's labor

l easf and 'one of three universities and foreign languages. i assure. a sound foundat ion the major areas of human force will increase 67.4 per cent One Stop Shopping for AH 1 l Your Car NeedsAt '
in the nation combining for further study. During. four between 1960 and 1970. Discount-low Prices.
all its 'colleges-13 colleges and BusinessAdministration final trimesters a wide selec- knowledge., ; The remaining >

three schools-on one campus. tion oi courses is offered i n one-fourth_ involves the Florida'was 44t1 t V SERVICE : .
In 1961
These include: major fields, of law.. The stu- development' of professi o n al I WHILE
n
dent, while required to pursuea techniques in relation to th is among the states in per capita
YOU-
Architecture Broad objectives of the College bread course of study, is background knowledge.Students expenditures for public higher *Sw1r SHOP .ICHRRCE
are: to provide the found- able to concentrate. tho education. etscorI .
on s e
t And Fine ArtsThe ation for competent, .in the School o i f
respon- areas of law which hold, a' spe-
I, sible participation in business, cial,interest.for him. Journalism and Communication -i' _4 r t IT! Take monthsittPaul
College of Architectureand the professions and go v e rn- gain experience. the
Admission to the College is University's radio and television -
Fine Arts provides in- ment. The College also a t-
struction for students who seek tempts to stimulate interest.'hi limited to. those' applicants baying stations; on the School's ONE WEEK ONLY!
bachelor's from.
degree
a ,
professional careers in the social, economic and'c i vie 'laboratory newspapers, on student -
Building Arts and the Fine responsibilities, along with developing -an accredited college or, university publications, and through y .
) satisfactory u n d er- "a '' .w.
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Arts. It also offers to other competence in making records, and j- satisfactory summer internship programs.Graduate T F k. M 7 $7"f.

students_ of the __University_.. creauve business decisions and in evaluating -graduate _____ '__ ..L_ L _-
.t .uH > score on we a w .
ana CUltural opportunities Fields of
policy. specialization -
School Admission Test.
for these arts. and it per- in business or economics t I r
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forms related services for the aimed encouraging\ Phys Ed School Cruise to the // / NY

citizens of Florida. intellectual inquiry. are offer I j Caribbeanvia
The University's gra d u ate!
The organization of the Col- ed.The 1 And HealthThe school, which presently enrolls New York!
lege now includes the Division divisions of the Collegeare some ;2,000 students, inaugu-I Grace Line .
a of Building Arts, with depart- : Department of Account- college offers programs rates three new graduate degrees 14-day .
cruises from FloridaThe
ments of Architecture arid i ing. Department of Economics of study leading to appropriate this fall. t TYPE ttL
of Finance undergraduate' degrees i n
; Department
Building Construction, the Bureau American*flig liners
of Architectural and 'and Insurance; Department of,me' areas. Physical Education The Master of Science of Santa Rosa or'Santa Paula 1
Community Research, and the Management and BUS i n e ss Health Education, and Nursing, the Master of ,Busi ail to the Caribbean from ,
Law Department of Market- Recreation .Programs: of grad- ness Administration with a ma- Fort Lauderdale every Tues
Division of Fine Arts, with de- ;
New York is the
day. first port
partments of' .Art and Music, ing; Department of Real Estate uate study are also offered by jor in Hospital Administration of call See the Fair.Shop. Tube-Type Tube/ess
and the University Center of and Urban Land Studies; !this department leading to the and the Doctor of, Philosophy I Spend a night in a world-
and the Bureau of Economicand degree.'Master of Physical Education in Romance Languages. with famous hotel (your own ex-
the
Arts.
Business Research.Education.. and Health, or the degree a major in French will b e II pense cruise).Then to back four aboard exciting fora + Blackwalls! '
Altogether the College offers I Master of Arts in Physi- offered for the first time., Caribbean ports. For details:
professional curricula leadingto cal Education and Health.Forestry I
In addition to the
degrees
new
,
appropriate' undergradu ate
degrees in 10 fields. The College's professio n al expanded graduate programs i WORLD : I\
leading to doctorate degrees -

Arts And purpose qualified is the personnel preparat for ionof the! The School of Forestry trains have been in history added.Altogether .and sociology TRAVEL NY I II

public schools of Florida, but men for professional careers ;
SciencesTraditionally I
it also conducts experimentaland in forest 'management, wood I the University of I
research studies in educa- utilization and wildlife manage Florida Graduate School offers' SERVICE i
the core of all tion and furnishes advisory ment. advanced degrees in more than
higher education, the College' II 8C8 w. Univ. FR 6-4641
services to students interestedin The School offers work i n 80 fields of study.
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of Arts and Sciences grants teacher education.The three major areas leading to J SIZE! :
graduates Bachelor of Art s the Bachelor of Science i n
or Bachelor of Science degrees. College cooperates with Forestry degree. The areas or
The aim of the College is to other colleges which offer major fields are ((1)) Fo rest Styles. '
provide a 'liberal 'arts"educa-courses in fields in which a Management, (2)) Forest Prod- (! : ( J LISTED BELOW f

tion for its graduates upon student wishes to become a ucts Technology, ((3)) Wildlife
which ''the professional and certified teacher. Certain programs Management. for 1 f .
graduate colleges build.In are available only t o
students of the College of Ed- Journalism AndComnlunications WOODROW
keeping with the goal of Men & Boys
ucation, others are open to students -
liberal arts education, the
of cooperating colleges.
College insists on evaluat i on
The minimum and
L of ideas and actions, by students -teaching requiremen professional t s are The curricula in the Schoolof Specialists in Men's & Boy's Wear for Florida y x
according to their i m
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pact on society. Intellectu a J whether the degree is soughtin cations lead to the degrees of
inquiry is emphasized ACQUAINTEDSALE
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Bachelor of Science in Journa-
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more
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living and the develop-.field. lism Broadcasting or Adver- RICE'ml
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ment of human leadership.
Law broad background in lib e ral
Subject matter fields offeredin arts and sciences. The student,
the College include all fieldsof Founded in 1909, the Collegeof in the School, spends ab o ut

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30 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, September 23, 1964

o, ;Ynw:+''tw,ya BA. '@s +, m4yb A Student Government j

II Strong *, ft. II

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f When a freshman enters the The second or State level of,the Board of International AcI tions. < i
University of Florida, he be- student Government is socalled -' tivities. Traditionally, student lead- !
comes part of one of the because its organizations operate The third or local level of Student -I
ers, as elected representativesof
foide t strongest student, governments autonomously from the Government is composedof
the student have maintained
in the nation. first leveL This level in- all the remaining student organizations body,
Through his judgment and his e Iud e s: the Men's Presi- on campus. Theyare close cooperation with
interest, he elects his student dent's Council, Women's Student : International Student Organizations the administration and faculty
rrra leaders in this 15,000 member Association, Inter Fraternity Village Govern- who in turn, have shown their
student community. And, as he C o u neil, Panhellenic ments, Residence Halls, and support and respect for Stu-
accepts the leadership of these Council, Mayors' Council and the Board of Student Publica- dent Government.

elected representatives, he be-
Puo0 ----i- comes an integral part of a liv-
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tion.Briefly Government, the University can best Student be- For dash, dare and a

.. described[ as a series of govern-
ment similar in relationship to delightful new air..letyourself
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w -jJ this nation's federal, state and
local governments.The wherein (
iTI
so. every
a. y'Sr'k first, or federal level, of .
Seye o; Student Government is divided

"' into three branches.- The- Executive -
What's New?
re ;, Branch is made up of

121 I The giant Graduate Research Library which will dominate the north end of the Plaza of the Americas Vice President, Treasurer and 4Q I
t is set for groundbreaking ceremonies early in December. The library will house some 600,000 volumes and the President's Cabinet. Thereare e ,r<
,I I will be ready for occupancy by July, 1966. 18 Cabinet members with
three to five undersecretariesfor
0i each member.

U d for the \ The Legislative Branch Is And how chic you took You'rewearing
Try 'Sampling'Your comprised of a one house form fashion from the pages of"Vogue"
of representation, the Legislative '
.
s "Warmest Welcome"in .. Flings reptile replicas
council is
Council. The {
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supple calf..alligator lizard
Future Life composed of elected represen- and crocodile.And Flings has all
town---- tatives from virtually very ''
the other very"Vogue"looks from
U segment of on
campus population
_a.
Parr/nas9 to supple softies
p: I Freshmen and at The in- and geographical basis.Of glowing
e: Dial FR 2-2842 sophomores comprehensive courses the 70 representatives, 40 and suedes.They're all at Kinney's..
the University of Florida are clude:
are elected in the winter tri-
51tj.Si Q '"id'ayvl given a chance to "sample" a C-l American Institutionstheir mester and 30 are elected in
tjic And Meet < -yato
number of different fields be- ( development history, the fall trimester. Y

NORRIS L. COLEMAN fore choosing a speciality.The problems and processessocial], Within the Judicial Branch
e I two courts. The first of
a University College offers political and economic) I are
J \. YOUR comprehensive courses described these is the Honor Court, which
C-2 The Physical Sciencesthe tries student offenders an d
by a committee of expertsas
C FUEL OIL "one of the two or three ( nature of the universe) passes judgment on all viola- i.
fls of the Honor Code. The
tors
leading two-year general educa-: C-3 Reading, Speaking and s
: MAN tion programs in America." I II Writing (freshman English, lan- Chancellor or judge, the Clerkof
-. I and communication the Honor Court and 16 jus-
)
guage
The comprehensive or "C"I tices representing each of the
"HOME HEATING A SPECIALTY" courses provide a student with C-4-Effective Thinking (logic schools and colleges on campus Fan facsimile Calf that/
an adequate background for and mathematics) are elected by the stu- 111 S% looks like crocodile to/! '
] Nippy weather will catch you napping if you don't watch out. specialized study. The programis dent w cInnamon browirrextwet'
ii I Call Coleman for a Tankful of Heating Comfort now. Be all C-5 The Humanities (liter- body. sand or green.MU fceeJU
also designed to give a Iso. I
set to turn on the Oil for a worm, comfortable winter at gen- ature The Chancellor appoints the
and
low cost Try us once You'll call us always. eral education for the student art philosophy, religion, Attorney General who selectsa $699
)
who is able to obtain only two
FAST COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE staff to investigate violationsof
\ years of college. C-6 The Biological Sciencesthe
the
Honor Code. The Chancellor -
f
1 FUEL OIL & KEROSENE SERVICE The "C" courses are aimed at ( life sciences)
1 also appoints a Chief De-
improving the communicationskills
il fense Counsel who in turn se- Flings putting up a psuecfo .
of students, acquaintingthem
lects a staff of law students tact alligator front with
We give S&H f 1 with the principal,concepts EmphasisOn t smooth calf trim backing
f W Green Stamps with IQ It in the biological and physical I as defense attorneys fo r Mr i;.; In brown, black or
all cash deliveries. l' students on trial. The six man tarragon .f
and them knowledge green
.11I sciences give a '
is random selection from Beautiful bluff! Calf mock- 699'ing
.1 of the history and cultureof Latin jury a crocodile in brown or .h
the student body. "'.
western man.
black on low stacked heel.
Have us clean service and test your heater now! The University College, com- The second court of the Judicial cc.,'
posed of all freshmen and soph-' AmericaThe Branch is the Student Traffic $6 99 .. .q.. '
1 omores, is the largest at the Court. The Student B ody I I
l COLEMAN OIL CO.HOME University of Florida. It's "C" University of, Florida's president appoints the Chief
Center for Latin Arne ican Justice of the Traffic Court.
]: I courses are constantly being revised r
\ .11 OWNED AND OPERATED to present significant t Studies ,was created in 1963 to This court accepts payment of K
, 1; 4215 N.W. 6th Street P.O. Box 248 meanings and interpretations of: provide a broad organizational fines for parking violations, :
r 1 I human knowledge. structure for the University's and conducts hearings for con- SHOES Gainesville Shopping Center Open Til 9 P.M.
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, ] gram. ,Nearly 90 faculty members -
J F have professional exper-
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Acquainted ience related to Latin Americaand
l .. the University offers more lets Get Acquainted WITH

(( \ YOUR INVITATIONTO than 40 courses dealing with i!
; ,the area.
VISITMUSKTSTORE I The University has long been

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with
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I .{ Here Is History of Southeast's Largest University f( "


I The University' of Florida ing with polymers, elastomers
A
.I* founded in 1853 with 136 students : md pace-setting record of research -search program that is making invent Station and the Agricultural -' make -
high fuels have important. contributionsin nation. The
energy physical
has brought 'the University -this institution plant Includes age. Student enrollment is =
a keystone in annually -
) is today the largest university Brought the I Experiment! Station. agricultural sciences
by the
University inter- of Florida a steadily Increasing the state's specialized medical sciences inching closer to predictions =
phenomenal I -
N in the Southeast with lational fame. plans Nuclear Science extends into researchers.The .
It also ranks building, opened in 1956
the
volume of grants from for ; that 1970 will bring 20-
development in the
more than 14,000 students enrolled eleventh in the'nation nu-.agricultural research at the $25 million. Hillis Mil- :=
university
and
as a sup- business and government with I clear tra.Much I hospital clinics, 000 students to the campus. .
0 each year, includ- lier of graduates to the Foreign over $12 million in contract of the University of Florida and the ler Health Center at the Uni- activated in 1958; and, the The mascot of the university :**'
> ing some 500 foreign students. Service, a field for which University's im- campus contains one of the nation's -versity! generally regarded as Pharmacy Wing
work in force during 1964. ]portant research contributionsare opened in is Albert II, a young alliga- ,
largest agricultural irra-
The beautiful 1,800 main cam- the government sets high personal A milestone in the Universi I made through the among the most modern cen- 1961.Florida tor who makes his home in a 1
pus has more than 600 build- and academic standards. ty's history is its nuclear reI:I peering[ and Industrial Exper Engi- diators. This Cobalt is 60 irradiation -ters of health, medical educa- is in the midst of tre- specially built pen near the- j E
facility being used to tion
and
patient care in the mendous "'"
-4 ings in a blend of gothic and growth in this space bottom of the Century Tower. : ;

modern architecture. The pine I I
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and palm studded_ campus is I
designated as an outdoor botan- : :: == {
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,. ical garden with a wide varie- ) ; td i
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ty of native plants on spacious (
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Originating in a small private -

school), the East Florida

University i I $E College and w--

real beginning with a state act

in 1905 merging several state I
I educational units. G a i n e s-
ville was selected for the site I

of the men's university following -

;' much cities for rivalry the among honor. FlorIda The- ON THE JOB OR Of/ THE MMPfd.tlRE w too &u/wtseittTo swveetfvi _.

University became co educa-! t

tional in 1947, and is now in its' - - - -; tii- -; -. - - e't. -..
.
second century as a land -
grant institution. \
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Dr. J. Wayne Reitz became' / :... & .
i the University of Florida's fifth .' t .;o., ..,, ;;';.''
president in 1955. He is a leader ." ,
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in education in the
higher "
state and a consultant in national i .. e S-u teen ;\ "; WARDROBE WINNERS
educational and econom- ; $; C U to 'i\S\t Norrid n ;. f /.

l ic circles. He is noted agricultural j.fj.JCO", vltes "o tore. Carne\\ooo\\'IrJfc.es ? FOR MEN IN THE KNOW
\
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economist who had formerly \ and sent. the any ,
act fC\
served the University as t ,, s yu d e P i a(1'1 and the \
-I 1+tY rdseY \ AN DON THE GO-
.. Provost for Agriculture. V \ q\1$e\\kl,\ cd' le. *( ...
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first president of the Univer- f\Ot'\ a+ yr sty G\ lob t'
v es o .
sity, serving from 1906 to 1909. \ occ sed Uri fCo.e" D\\01 et\t f ot'l( I,, You,II be known
.. Following Dr. Sledd, Florida ,, v oilob1e St D t as a man
$ N ,
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... had a succession of great pres. \}\\ $15 0 to'o\e G \.t--I'-< E N \ "in the know": when you =
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i ; idents: Dr. Albert Murphree, \ be I'-V-E E\.I NO t'\V-P'1 ;i ,1 are dressed in clothes from

(1909-1927)); acting president "a rdtp \5... 1 NG ES tiN 1' .\ _
tfORSft.N P R l line
all-pro of
ro-eA" iced our the
i Dr. James Farr, ((1927-28)); Dr. ) ( B E dvert '' .y. up :
John J. Tigert, (1928-47( ; Dr. "\. 5\SO G15t ERE VIP\.BRO N E tiD ZJO n,ally P .\ . names that are "known best", =

:; H. H. Hume, acting president UV OV- O\) b1o t\o \\ .; for the "best looks" in
i September to October, \\ RE GI 5 1 : ordrobe tro' 1 v..M. ::
1947; Dr. J. Hillis Miller, C 55P R VJ 1 \\\eir w .6\\\ A T: I, town & country styles that :
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(1947-53)); Dr. John Allen, act-. \, h"G 1'0 c.\\oese. C)ep'1'. ] .,.lr : -z .. put you way ahead in :
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Uj Composed of 13 colleges and; R'W\\ nUO J '0' "" tit..;.S '" _...,::....-r?t"' _
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n three schools, the University offers 'i" "\ ft ..v.I 1N .!, .. : : __
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*| a ,program ranging from I Otv' !i.. ,- _:.-,-iaraa.df, 4*** _
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::1 general to highly specialized ,. '....' ... % z SEE OUR COLLECTION OF :
i education. It has the unusual -
fj advantage of combining all of I I
.3 its colleges on one campus' SPORT COATS :
:r.- These are the colleges of Agriculture The last words in campus dress is the :

1 Architecture and:' famous name sportswear and dresses AND BLAZERS,
i Fine Arts., Arts and Sciences' on our fashion floor, including: Ther- :
Business Administration, Education -; Jac :
3 mo Bobbie Brooks White Stag by SAGNER
Engineering Health Related -
..4 Catalina Jantzen Arrow :
-* Services, Law, Medicine,,! Queen :'
0) Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical: Casuals Susan Thomas Jonathan =-

Education, and Health. Also' Logan L'aiglon & many others that 00

, located here are the schools of you know & trust for fashion andquality. .._ 2995 35 =
H Forestry, Journalism and Communications .
1 the Graduate ;
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School and a Center for Latin- _111m tt. 4 r t r .; ,;' 2-\'io4I ,SIZES .36'-. 4$, REG..- -tSHORT LONG ,

American Studies. ''t
I The University College is: f
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composed of all freshmen and Mu 4. .

sophomore students who enroll;; 4 Famous
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in a two year comprehensive a .z icf > ,
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\ Of the 14,767 students enrolled ?: s, ri SMART GOOD LOOKS IN TRADI 695

f in the winter of this year, tf TIONAL IVY STYLING-NEW FALL to
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i 1,825 wrre graduate students. SHADES MARVELOUS FABRICS.
This September, more than F WAIST SIZES 28 42 $20
15,000 students are expected to
enroll. Tabulations through the

June, 1964 commencement show
the University has award e d I
37,759 bachelor's degrees, 7- .sj: THE SEASON'S POPULAR

408 master's degrees, 207 doctors
of medicine degrees, 57 specialists -I BLAZER STRIPE TIES
1 in education, 226 doc

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ei t The Engineering and Indus$20,000 to over $1.5 million. of engineering. and scientific in- rejects active on September li A businessman who retired to sic achievements, the Station achievement. Their eminence ini. for graduate students, and for
: trial Experiment Station is the There has,been an increasing! vestigation which is currentlj I #4, over one-third are keyed Florida once happened to see a has provided an invaluable stim- their special fields hasin turn! limited number of undergra
: research arm of the College of level'of activity in'all phases of, emphasized by industry and government lirectly to some aspect of space Station publication on the development ulus to the advancement of the resulted in additional contractsand duates. Work of this kind has a.
: Engineering. The great prepon-Ii engineering research during the I and by other agenciein exploration.Some of mineral wool from i teaching program in the Collegeof grants being placed withthe double value in educating an en-
derance of its personnel held past five years, occasioned ir. the State augur well for th of the small industriesn Florida minerals and five years Engineering. The existenceof University of Florida. gineer, since it acquaints him
: dual appointments in the College part by the recruitment of dynamic -continued growth and develop Florida have received direct later he had a flourishing busi- a flourishing research program These have been made avail- with the techniques and philo
.. and in the Station. new faculty personnel. ment of the Station.It anefit in the solution of their ness in operation and is now has been essential in at- able for instructional purposes sophy of scientific research
: Created in'1941 by act of the Because of the stimulus of is impossible to measure ir echnical problems by Stat ion engaged in consulting work.In tracting faculty with distinguished and have also enabled the Station -which is an inseparable partof
: Florida legislature its mission i demands of the space age, the dollars the benefits accruing tc I esearch consultants. addition to its own intrin- records of profession'a to furnish financial support present-day engineering.
is to organize and promote the maximum recent research expansion Florida as a result of the Sta
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organ from the Cincinnati College of Music. He is a 599 1699Plus f

: staff organist in the institutional organ division of the 10% Fed. Tax
.. D. H. Baldwin Co. B-L Menswear
Popular & practical these imported Belgian linen in
Mr. Read has played numerous concerts including many ,
dark &
light! tones accented with
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church dedicatory recitals pnd appearances with symphony
: orchestras Mr. Read was featured in a recital at the or black cowhide mirror & zipper pockets.
Baldwin 3 Manual Organ installed in the Opera House at ,
: the Seattle World's Fair, 1962.

: Mr. Read appears here thru special arrangements by the I :
: GRIDLEY' MUSIC COMPANY. c {
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: DEDICATION DAY PROGRAM : ,
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: 10:45 A.M. DEDICATION DAY SERVICE
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:- Robert Read at the Console -y: -S ,!

: Opening Remarks . . . . Rev. N. B. Langford _
Concerto 'No. 13 . . . . Handel
.
Introduction <
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Allegro
Two Transcriptions . . . Couperin-Clokey
"The Bells of Arcadia" -
"The Awakening"

Fugue a la Gigue . .. . .. Bach ..'"
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Fountain Reevrie .-. .". . . Fletcher # J .'
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Three Chorale Preludes .. .. .. Purvis ,: .
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(Continued. From Page 29)'the' ) vantage of the same training 'ces begins this fall. In con gram will be the only one of The program will require 36 S
DoDege of Nursing begin potential of the University Hospital junction with the College of fere d in the Southeastern hours of graduate course work,
I their college- career in much as the medical students.It Engineering, H e a 1th Related United States.According plus a one-year_administrative
,the same way as other Florida : is this type of association, Services offers a course lead to Dr. Barrel J. residency. Florida students will
students. The first two years in clinical and pro f e ssional ing to a' master's degree in Mase, dean of the college the have their choice of residency
are devoted to the University areas that is designed to promote business administration designed aim of the program is to de- training in the University Hos-

College'curriculum with selected a smooth working relationship to train health and hospital velop management leaders, educators pital or other hospitals. or health
electives in the fie 1 d of between doctors and administrators.The and researchers for institutions in the Gainesvillearea. 1s

nursing.In nurses when they begin their two-year graduate pro- health institutions. ; 1 ===== z

the final two years, the professional careers.
The clinical and professional
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t Dynamic and challenging. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, { wear : $2.66 $3.63 $4.56

J i These two words can best described the nursing graduate is eligiblefor i
College of Agriculture the State Board of Nursing :"-

i I .._ raining and study at the University examinations, for state liscen- 2 and 3 PIECE OUTFITS .. MONO and STEREO
of Florida in the era of sure as a Registered Professional "
I' moon shots and satellite tele- I Nurse. BLOUSES SKIRTS > -
OPENING AT OUR NEW LOCATION
vision. HEALTH RELATED SWEATERS SLACKS -' .h
SERVICES 1119 W. Univ. Aye. (next to Donigan's) on
Today's agriculture is as modern
as the World's Fairandthe Former students in the Uni BERMUDASAll
of Florida OCTOBER 1st
versity College of
College of Agriculture is Health Related Services Name Brands Many Fabrics to Choose From
j constantly adapting the latest can
developments in the science be found in blood banks, path- Free Parking In First Federal Lot OPEN EVENINGS TIL 10 P.M. SUN. 11 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
and ology laboratories, exerc i s e
technology to its academic
room, speech therapy clinics Use
subjects.As
and working as clinical psychologists CentralCharge
a result, the 1964 agriculture throughout the state and LIBBYE'SNEXT TOP TUNES
.. student has 20 fields of nation. or
subject matter from which to Degrees awarded by the college Lay-Away

select. These fields range from include bachelor's degreesin 811 W. Univ. Record Shop FR 2-2728

<. agricultural economics to bacteriology -I medical technology, physical TO FLORIDA THEATRE
; and from animal therapy, occupational therapyand .
science to fruit crops. master's degrees in re-!

habilitation counseling.The .

*,', ing To needs meet and in the cope various with chang-agri- these programs demand for is met training by ac-in JUST IN TIME FOR GATOR DAYS

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cultural-related
: professions, the cessibility of patients i in Or

: college recently__revamped itscurriculum the_ .University.. Hospital and
i in several areas, according -tunics u ana ine presence ot a
f : to Dean M. A. Brooker. wide of to be II
.. range courses
The -curricula in animal science found at the state's largest -Uni tt os* $50,000
dairy science, and poul- versity.
=try science have been consoli1 The effective operation of a, .

dated into a single curriculum- medical, hospital or rehabilitation ,;;;"'
: animal; science. Courses in I program depends on well i
TIRE
CLEARANCE
agronomy, fruit crops, ornamental trained and properly oriented:
1 : horticulture, and vegetable personnel.As I
: crops were united into a part of the complex of the
single curriculum in plant''J. Hillis Miller Health Center,

jf stience.: the College of Health Related I
IIRES TIRE
2-3 .JA similar change took place Services helps make it possiblefor WE PLEDGE
-*in d air manufacturing and those who will work together 'l
:2 food technology and nutrition to be trained together.
: were This gives all of the components d
when they joined together
I, I:into a comprehensive food and of the medical team an THAT IN OURSTORE r h
,, science opportunity to learn and under- urs
dairy offering. do1
stand problems in the related
\ : :A joipt .program with the fields.In Fr Ada

*College of Arts and Sciences addition, the faculty of the s atu
twill enable a student to re- college in cooperation with the rd v
ceive a bachelor's degree in various departments of the College \

statistics,; with the College oft of Arts and Sciences provides
Agriculture offering graduate graduate training In such
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THERESARE .J _
degrees. areas as speech and hearing
= therapy and clinical psychology.The 3 BIG DAYS OF FANTASTIC VALUES
: -Because of the many foreign newest program in the NO 'GIMMICKS' _
-students hom.wanner.climatesattending College of Health Related Serves -
the College of Agriculture -
; Brooker said a program The price we advertise is the price We're unloading the overstock from our tire warehouse. We'veyou

.... ,s in tropical agriculture EXPERTSERVICE small pay. No tricky Our low"add-ons" or'h undre d S of terrific tire values I at REDUCED PRICES.
print. prices are
+ .v being contemplated. Presently,
" about 100 non-American students good whether you buy one tire or DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY
f'' a complete set.
.*' from 32 different countries TO BUY AND SAVE.
\ are registered. You know what you're buying.We _

The !:College of Agriculture sell Firestone, the finest tires
r traces hack, to' 1910 and is one i made. We do not offer our customers -
We're unloading the overstock
of the:oldest colleges on campus sub-standard tires of any kind. rnL+ from our tire warehouse...
.' The ,first graduates are BUD STEWART You know you're getting the best wisls We've hundreds of terrific ,,
got
now In '.their.'seventies. STORE MGR. and at rock-bottom prices. t tire values at reduced prices
J Over; the years notes Brook'er t
Don't miss out on this
No one tuin
have received
3,552 persons QUALITY
town CMduplicate tremendous opportunity to
degrees. Many such as the _
BUY NOW and SAVE
state ,Commissioner .of, Agriculture RADIATORS, our dills
I ? ;\,. Doyle Conner have become -i "We Rod Them Out" IS GUARANTEED _
'jprominent in the state Come and
". and nation:!: MOTOR BLOCK The superior quality of Firestone GET'EMI RAYONS
An" average trimester's en- tires allows us to give you a guar- *
Pressure Flushing
1 rollmentjs about 450, and half antee ,against tire failure from Winptct
"I students blowouts, cuts, bruises or breaks segout NYLONS
,of these are graduate W. Pick Up & Deliver
working on master's or doc caused by normal road hazards en- BLACKWAOiS
tor's degrees. The college grad countered in everyday driving ; g :. Big Stocks! i
uates about 100 ea calendar. i RADIATOR SHOP Plus the famous Firestone Lifetime :\ Anything you want!
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f Brooker points out that there The Firestone tires you buy fromus FIRST COME...
are, many career opportunitiesfor & BATTERY are backed by 60.000 Firestonetire
persons trained in agricul centers in all 50 states and FA! FIRST SERVEDGet SAVE

ture. These, opportunities may SERVICE Canada. You get prompt and t. the best deal _
be found in industry public 118 N.W. 8th AVE. I RAY WHITED courteous service wherever you some discoatiamd
service and 'self-employment. OFFICE MGR. drive. I. SHOP EARLY Headdesieutriced ti
Phone 372-8581 _ _
This Includes jobs in teaching, i. for a fist silloit

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and your convenience. and Take months to pay! Ti fit
: UofFSTUDENTS t | 819 Selection ofI TUBE-TYPE Firestone Uni-Charge ttigf
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YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR A MGR.Sur._ we have RETREADS 13.INCH SIZESW4NG>T5Z$54NiBSIWe ;: ; $, ,
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SELECTION IS I and at special prices have the tire?for y&u? G&r___

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.B. Lambeth, whose mother resides of Omaha. I of Mrs. Willy Beckham of for duty to.the,Nav ,S bool.of is on .alert to provide .
at 1020 NW 21st Ave., has "I Cedar Key. 'Pre-Flight at the: Naval Air 'emergency communications !
"been accepted by the University William E. Delaino Jr. son I Station at. Pensacola.'He .- anywhere.in'the world isupport" .,I DISCOUNT" PRICES, _: -!
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of Omaha, Omaha, Neb., First Lt. James L. starter re- has been_ assigned.to the
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from lieutenant. in 1963, Frowick attended |
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previously
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He served at Mather AFB,
to
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:BOB MEEKER visor, said- the developmentcame t Y < BRONSONJoe Wilder, a II

SlID,Staff Writer as close to being what he f t. By Precinct :Cedar Key motel manager, is ]
.Cmr i Levy County's new state repre-j
CROSS -->Community felt Congress wanted the agency '
leaders of Dixie.Counfy yester to finance as anything he Precinct LIncoln Wilder :sentative.

day nominated a .temporary had ever seen. 1. Bronson 64 112 He won Levy's House seat j

committee of nine men to forma He said the only question 2. Levyville 11 45 ,yesterday in a special Democratic ,
non profit corporation and liable to arise was one of repayment 3. Otter Creek 14 86';' primary scoring a wide- ; toA

submit' project plans for a proposed The agency usually requires 4. Cedar Key 28 281'I margin victory over Ford Lin- \
$116,000 recreation development a fee system whereby 6. Montbrook 30 1
I coin, former Williston mayor I
on the shores of the repayment is made by specifically 1. Williston 237 59'7A. :and a LP gas dealer. 1;I
Suwannee River. designated persons or Williston m 47 .
The development would provide I corporations, he added. 8. Morriston 4-5 19 The special primary was held

recreation facilities for Cox said the committee appointed 10. Judson 18 43 to fill the House seat left vac- .

,both tourists and local residents yesterday,could submit 11. Raleigh )5 13 ant by the death of Frank
In the form of camping facilities the plan to the FHA and 12. Red Hollow 11 25 Marshburn of Bronson last July.

cabins ,a swimming pool suggested they do so as soon as 13. Chienand 57 160 Wilder will assume the office
and boating and fishing access possible to get a definite com 13A. Chienand 19 146 immediately and also will be ,."' ..
the mitment. 14. Inglis 55 67 !i:.,:<_..,',. _.. ."v"..,. ,: ......,. .
"to river the Democratic nominee in the -'''- -'''' --'" --- -

'.The!. .tentative site. forth The nine men nominated to 15. Janney 10 49 November general e 1 e c t Ion. WILDER
project is a 46-acre tract about the committee were ChairmanBen 16. Gulf Hammock 17 43 There is no Republican candi

I three miles south of Old Town Floyd, Jack Carlton, Her- Pointing It Out -
on land owned by Walter Bay- bert Langston, Tommy Fowler, Totals 928 1,202 date.Wilder Sec. Freeman

nard and the Hudson Paper Co. C. F. Douglas, Cecil James and Lincoln emergedas
Cecil James, president of the. and Jerry Liles, all of Cross O. K. Jones, local newspaper publisher, and Cecil James, president of the run-off candidates in a spe-

Dixie County Chamber of Com- City, and Wayne Hughes, Old Dixie County Chamber of Commerce, discuss the proposed $116,000 recrea- cial primary on Sept. 8. In Lake CityThursday
tion facility to be built on the banks of the Suwannee River while others talk SRD
merce, said part,of the 1 a.n-, Town. OpensBids
over the pros and cons of the. development. with FHA representatives. (Sun r The unofficial vote tally last
would,be purchased and ,the Other FHA representatives on
photo by Bob Meeker) night gave Wilder 1,202 vo'testo .
rest donated. hand to aid in the discussionwere
Thes group' of 75 civic leaders 'Percy Jones, Chiefland,' on Big 928 for Lincoln. Lincoln, as

heartily endorsed the development county supervisor for Dixie, expected, picked up his heaviest LAKE CITY U. S. Secretary -
but decided to'leave final Gilchrist and Levy Counties; 'Dora Part 2' Faces vote on the east side of the of Agriculture Orville 1
: LevyAs Road
selection of the site. open Bill Weathers from the Real cTALLAHASSEE Jobs county, including his home precincts Freeman will meet tomorr o w
The development would be financed Estate Loan Office in Gaines- in Williston. with area farmers at the Lake

1 through the Farmer's ville; and FHA engineer Jerry (AP) The Wilder won lopsidedly in Ce- City Airport.

Home :Administration and be Ballard of the Gainesville Board Seeks Repair AidBRONSON State Road Department has dar Key and Chiefland. He Freeman, along with Florida
opened bids for construction of
self-sustaining. office. took all precincts except thosein Agriculture CommissionerDoyle
James said an estimated in- On hand to lend their supportand $17.2 million worth of highway Williston, Morriston, Mont- Conner, is making an ,

come of $28,500 annually from endorsement were Dixie Hurricane sections of Morrriston and Mont- placement of nets lost by fish- projects in Florida. brook and Raleigh. aerial survey of flood damage '

the park facilities would pay Chaires and Dora Part II unfolded yesterday brook.being flooded by water ermen. R, B. Davis, county More than one-third of the I' in North Florida caused by 4.
County Rep. Hal
operating expenses. and. the money will be spent on building There were 38 absentee bal the recent hurricane.
at the Levy County Seeping: --tip out of the ground. commissioner from Cedar Key,
FHA loan, including interest. State Sen. Etter Usher, Chief- 16 miles of Interstate 95 in lots to be counted today. They A
Commission meeting. Sistrunk's store and motel at said that the fishermen and local committee has plan-
I Ralph Cox, FHA area super I land. Although Dora's long gone, Morriston are flooded, and sinkholes I crabbers wre thrown out of northeast Florida. will have no effect on the elec- ned a reception for the agricul- I
she's not forgotten in Levy in the Montbrook area work for three weeks becauseof The construction of the east tion outcome, however.A ture secretary when he arrivesat
County, according to Levy County -have become boiling springs. the hurricane. coast superhighway will be in the Lake City airport at '
Ride Duval and Johns counties.I total of 2,130 ballots were
Convict Gets Tractor Civil Defense Director Clif- The Suwannee River at Fow- Commission Chairman Warden I : St. 7:30 a.m. Refreshments will be
cast yesterday, representing 40
Marion Construction Co. of
I ton Griffin. ler's Bluff was reported slow- Fugate asked Griffin if he served, and all farmers and
Griffin yesterday explained,to ly inching up to the porches of had offered the people in the Ocala was low bidder at $1,68 per cent of Levy's 5,266 regis- others lnterested in agricultureare
tered Democrats.
_Before Recapture bevy the commissioners how they camps and cottages. flooded Raleigh area his sym- million southern to build Duval the four milesin invited to attend and meet

could go about getting federal I County Engineer Frank Mor- pathy. "That was all I could Houdaille-Duval Co.County.of Jacksonville the secretary.
WILLISTON A convict who for ride before being taken into -! assistance for repairs to county -ing was designated by the Coun- do," said Griffin. submitted $1.87 million Fires Hard Other activities on Freeman'sschedule
escaped from a work gang here custody by a sharp.eyedLevy : roads and equipment damaged ty Commission to make application "That is all I have been able a include with i
low bid 5.3 miles of the a meeting
County deputy sheriff. by Dora. for federal aid money for yesterday enjoyed about five toFudot St. Johns work and the farmers iutthe Marianna area,
Levy Sheriff J. W, Turner At the same time, he told of the, repair ofcounty facilities. said.Vote County 'On Wildlife( I
: San Marco Construction Co.. of aerial of
and an Florida's
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hours of freedom a Hartwell Cleone Skats survey
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said continued flooding of lowland Griffin,said that the federal ,
an inmate at the Bronson Road areas of Levy County. The flood money would be in the form of St. Augustine was apparentlylow citrus industry, and a speech to J
MachinesCut SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) -
miles with its offerof
7.8 luncheon
on a sponsored by Florida -
Prison Camp, escaped from the water is not coming in from grants for counties and municipalities I
'GetAcquaintedNight' work gang at the city dump in other bodies of water, Griffin and that individual $2.56 million.R. The fires in Napa and Sonoma Citrus Mutual in Lakeland.
H. Wright Inc. of Fort Lauderdale counties have taken a large toll Freeman and Conner will also -
Williston around 8:30: a.m. yes said. It is simply seeping up out property owners could get low Levy'sElection
Slated terday. of the ground as the water table interest emergency loans submitted an apparentlow in animal life. survey Florida's sugar cane

I Deputy J. C. Corbin, returning continues to rise. through federal agencies.The Costs bid of $1.7 million to build Three hundred Angora goats industry from the air, and land

By Archer PTA from a trip to Ocala, spotted The CD director told of an inspection first step, Griffin said, 11 miles of the Everglades Expressway were reported destroyed on the in the Pahokee area where

Skats driving a stolen trac- trip to an area just was for the county to forwarda BRONSON Costs of con- the toll road which Robert H..Walter ranch north of Secretary Freeman will tour a
ARCHER-A g e tacquaintednight tor on U.,S. 27 about 2& miles north of Raleigh near the Ala- damage estimate to federal ducting elections in Levy Coun- Broward and Collier counties Santa Rosa. sugar mill and meet with sugar f
is scheduled, for Thursday south of' Blitchton in Marion chua County line. He said five disaster offices to be established ty have been cut considerablyby are building across south Flor- officials and cane growers.

night by the Archer PTA to in- County. This was at 1:20 p.m. homes and a house trailer were in the area. use voting machines, according -Ida to link. Fort Lauderdale and Michael Turnick, Santa Rosa The secretary's Florida visit
troducethe new principal and Corbin turned his car around, flooded there. Moring said he had already to County Clerk Naples.All fire marshal, said the carnageof will terminate at Miami Beach,
teachers. Turner said, approached the There had been complaints estimated that the county wouldbe Ernest Stephens. of Broward's 27 miles of: wildlife was pitiful. where he will speak to fruit and
the 78-mile road will be built
The A .Elementary tractor from the rear and recaptured that the water was being pump thrown nine months be- Stephens reported at a Coun- der contract let earlier. un- I "I saw a fawn that was so vegetable growers at the Florida -
School Library will be the the escapee.. ed out of the Whitehurst pasture -hind with its planned road ty Commission meeting yester- a 'tired: he just stood there while Fruit and Vegetable Asso-

scene:of the open house. Yesterday afternoon S kats land onto the flooded area. program, due to the hurri- day that the special primary on Greetings! 'II the fire came on," he said. ciation's annual conventi o n

Archer :PTA_.president Mrs.T. was in Levy County jail, along Griffin said, however, that he cane damage. This would cost Sept 8 the first in. which the banquet.
.- L. Blitch will preside over with five other state prisoners found no evidence of this, thata the county around- $136,000, he voting machines were employed OLIVE HILL, Ky. (AP-Lum
the8' pjn. meeting and refreshments who are either awaiting railroad bed formed a dam said.Griffin -cost $600 less than the first Barker received thousands of
".will-be served. All r residents'of trial on escape charges, or that would prevent the water reported that the Red regular Democratic primary in greeting cards recently but he
the from Whitehurst's coming into Cross had been aiding .flood Keystone to Begin !
the' community :are: awaiting, re-commitment May of this year. wasn't happy with the delivery
invited. State Prison. the,flooded area. victims in Cedar Key with gifts
Total cost of the Sept. 8 elec- service.A .
There were other reports of of subsistence items and reMAKES -
tion was $1,263.95, Stephens said, tractor-trailer, loaded with

and included the payroll for cards, crashed through the wall City Hall Todaythe I
4 Get' ProbationFor some 80 poll workers. of Barker's service station.son .


EMERGENCY TRANSFER KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Starke Chamber of Commerce I
Construction of the new Key and Tom Casey, Brad
Cross Burning stone Heights City Hall is ford High School principal out

scheduled to begin today. line a program to use the airport 1

Boosts Low Fundfirst The City Council accepted the property in Keys ten e

JACKSONVILLE''(APJ-The : Powell, 22, and Johnny C. Pow- Levy low bid of $31,472, yesterday, Heights for a Job Corps Train
entered by the Triest Construction Center
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to go along with
ell 30 contest to 'a
way' you,may feel about segregation ; pleaded no Co. of .
Keystone Heights. President Johnson's war: on
or integration Js your charge of buring a cross. I By BUZZ MIXSON 11 months in this fund this year for his base salary minus the bond estreature 'Triest's low bid of $33,224 was poverty. I

business, but burning a'cress invasionof on 'They were accused of burningit Son Area Editor I Ii came to $46,494. I ($25 a month) plus $5 for each ,money, but last July they vot. further reduced to the lower They said the training center

private property is"an on the lawn of School Super- i BRONSON The Levy Coun- During the meeting, SheriffJ. conviction or plea of guilty he :ed not to pay him anything until figure by minor mod If 1 c a- would be for boys from an

property rights. intendent Ish Brant's home at ty Commission yesterday madean W. Turner brought in the proceeds obtained in County Court, plus I he submitted his bills in accordance -tions. area within 250 miles of Key

With this statement Tuesday, Neptune Beach the night of emergency transfer of of the last plea day of 10 per cent of all bonds estreat with the amended act. Construction of the building stone Heights between the

Judge Hans Tanzler Jr. of criminal !. June 30.County. funds: to bolster a sagging fine 'county court fines and bond ed.The The $874 approved for pay- was authorized by referendum ages of 16 and 21. !
court admonished four men and forfeitures fund which has estreatures-amounting to $3- county prosecutor has ment to Wasson yesterday rep- last Aug. 25 when 278 of 314 Under sponsorship by the

and put them on probation for officers said the five fallen about $22,000 short of an- 366.This based his claims against the resents his bills for June, July registered voters approved the Federal Government, the train-
one year.A men were arrested a few blocks brought total fines and county on a general act which and August, minus the 10 percent structure by the slim margin of ing center would offer courses
: ticipated revenues.
from Brant's home that right in forfeitures for the fiscal yearto allows county prosecutors to collect of bond estreatures. 26 votes. The vote was 152 for controlled and specified by local
fifth man, Frank Rigdon, a truck that contained two pistols The fund transfer was effected $49,860. 10 per cent of bonds es Wasson has not cashed the the proposal and 126 opposed.On authorities.The .

32, will be sentenced later. ,, a can of kerosene and a: by passing a 'resolution Stephens said that after settl- treated. checks he has received since the same ballot, but lim- airport committee is
Judge Tanzler said Rigdon< appeared pile of burlap bags. drawn with the advice of state ing the sheriff's bills and pay This act was amended by the the start of this year. He has ited to freeholders, financing to meet with Novak and Casey

to be the leader of the auditors. The basis of authorityfor ing $500 owed County Judge 1963 Legislature, however, to been turning them over to his was approved through a local tonight and return recommen-
group and will,be fined as well Brant said Rigdon came to his the fund transfer was an Wilbur Anderson and $874 owed exclude Levy County from attorney. bank by smaller margin of only dations to a special meeting of I

as put on probation.: office the :next day and asked Alachua County Circuit Court County Prosecutor S. E. Was- payment of the bond estreature I County officials que s lion- 20 votes. Of the 292 freeholders the City Council to be scheduled .

Ronald Harry Ray, 25; George him to drop the charges. Brant. decision handed down by Judge son, the F&F fund would havea money; and Wasson has in- ed by'a reporter yesterday as registered, 258 voted with later. 'j
Edwin Ray 22: Benjamin F. said Rigdon expressed opposition George L. Patten in 1956. Pat- balance' of $1,935 to cover dicated that he will contest the to why the F&F fund fell downso 139 going for the proposal and Novak and Casey said they i
to school integration. Duval. ten ruled that a surplus in one September expenses. legality of this amendment.The drastically would not com- 119 against would like the City Council's

County schools began Integration county fund could be transferred -i Wasson has been billing the commissioners were approving -ment or offer a theory as to The 60 by 40 foot structure approval and endorsement, and
Gathering last year under a federal to another fund, providedthat county since the beginning of pay checks for Was-I Iwhy. will house a City Council room if plans can be sent through
court order. the expenditures in the -- fast
ana office space lor me city enough, the center would
the Clan surplus fund were not affected. I administration in two sections. have 1,000 students by July
Of Trailer Items The Alachua County suit was Four restrooms will provide facilities 1965.
HAW GM Talks Hit I
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) II t l brought by a taxpayer to pre- Snager to both those inside the The Council accepted the res- U
difficult for" outsiders toget I Are Stolen vent the county from borrowing building and to those using the ignation of Councilman E. E. {
was money for construction of a playground and park areas out- Williams, who has been trans-
reservations, at Jenney Wi- courthouse addition. By GENE SCHROEDER represented employes at 129 GM were anything but encouraging. ferred to the new Gay Electric
ley. State Park: : the John L. A total of $395 in trailer furnishings DETROIT (AP) Controversial plants in 71 cities across the .- side.The
The amount of money approved new City Hall will be Company office in Orange
clan vacationing: was stolen from Federal I non-economic nation. 'There whatsoever
Boland was problems was no progress
Park
for transfer to the Levy built adjacent to the old Town
there .- Quality Mobile Homes, 4820 NW I County fine and forfeiture fund appeared today to'be the major Their time was devoted almost and a lot of work has HalL

consisted. the 13th Sl, Monday night, Gaines- came to 774996. It came from roadblocks to a peaceful settlement exclusively, to such mat- yet to be done! ," said UAW Affectionately called the What Else?
Their"'party" viDe police reported yesterday in labor contract negotiations -ters'as working conditions, President Walter Reuther. "
their six children, 26 I I I the general revenue fund and production "Dog House, the old Town
Bolands, and two great. Burglars, who apparently entered )'was enough to cover' August between General Motors standard union representation "There was no substantia Hall win be moved to a new location COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP-Fill-
grandchildren: six trailers by forcing and September bills owed. and the United Auto Workers aDd disciplinary lay forward movement" agreed and be used for storage ing out a missing persons re-

grandchildren, plus numerous doors with a screwdriver, removed al- In drawing up' a budget last Union. Lock Seatoa, GM'vice president :following completion of the port on a 3-year-old, a Columbus
in-laws six chairs two beds offs.Both
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year, the county commissionersset Bargaining teams faced ,sides agreed there was for personnel. "But if .we work new bulding. policeman hesitated a momentat
of washer, oven, refrigerator, several and forfeitures with an impending strike dead- : The building committee said the category "occupation,"
fine
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It required a a
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of and three up still time to avoid a nationwide at it, there is no reason in the
round up everybody at the sets drapes fund based on estimated rev- line met in morning, after- they hoped to be in the new then quickly wrote "baby." 1
same time since some came bed spreads. enue of 72000.: County Clerk noon and night sessions Tuesday I strike before the 10 a.m. Friday world why we can't reach a building by Christmas.In The little girl was found
seeking agreement on a pact deadline set by the UAW. Their settlement on both economicand other action the quickly and restored to her
from as far''away as'Oklahoma Investigation t>f the robberywill Ernest Stephens reported yes- City nor-
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\ By GRACE KNIGHT I pleted in three .years. Each I A corrugated-metal alloy in es."This 'ists to Gainesville" said Mitch...work of manufacture and installation -publicity and advertising, led Merchants Association.the .
An order for the first of a ser sign will be 12 by 40 feet in a silvery color will form the design is one chosen ell.Cost as they plan to do. I by M. M. J' J'rish. for
ies of 20 to 25 signs to be erected size, and will be erected on private background. Bright -'c o 1 o red after a year of hard work.I of the signs will be $1- Hoke Kerns is chairmen of The chamber plans to share time''period required
along 120 miles of Interstate. property about 60 feet' to!letters will be'raised four inch- Many ideas were considered in i 300 each, if members of the.the subcommittee. design. the large signs on 1-75 with oth- man fact Jre-and installation of
Highway 75 has been placedby the right of the road.Familiar ', an effort to find a pleasing,design .Chamber of Commerce partici-!Drawings and models submitted er city groups, and agreements assign is from 30 to 60 days.
the Gainesville Chamber of -" which would attract motorCar -pate in providing some of the by sign builders, advert have been made to cooperateon
Commerce, Bill,Mitchell,. exec- Just a GapLEXINGTON I ing companies and architectswere two signs with the Boardof I ,The University of Florida
utive director said today. LookNEW reviewed before selectingthe Realtors, two signs with the has,tagged J5 different spec-
The sign project will require Ky. (AP)'-It; Runs Into BuildingGainesville final,design and materials.!Gainesville Motel Association!ies of trees for identification on
about $30,000 and will be com- YORK (AP) Detectives was her first day in school and His is one of several subcommittees one sign with the Gainesville i its main campus.
..._..raRIRFLORIDA smashed their way Into the youngster told the teacher police today recorded -at the rear of the structure that have been workingas Homebuilders Association and
1. STATE ;i a Queens apartment where that one tooth was loose and total damages of, $950. when his car swerved left and part of the committee on one sign with the Downtown NEW I
THEATRES ; a dice game was in process three of her baby teeth were struck a large,ground '<-'based
1 50TH ANNIVERSARY l and found 10 familiar faces. Of gone. when an errant car smackeda antenna. .
lr the 13 men present, 10 had been "Pretty soon," the youngster building at 1716 NW 3rd Ave. II SORRY I ; D.IVI.IH THEATRE
[FLORIDA rr arrested the day before-also observed, "I'll be running on the ,Officers said William P.Meer. The auto continued its destructive I NO ADVANCE TICKET, SALES ,100 Hwlier.Rood.II.20.fa 13011
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for gambling. rim." man, 3930 SW 2nd Ave.., was course, smashing into LAST TWO TIMES '
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DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and so is my boy friend. I promised DEAR ABBY: I meta gorgeous girL She- asked' me whereI >:l.l, EXCEPT. THAT I SEEM 10 ..._ ,, SEEMS A SHAME FOLKS GOTTA PLAVTOO.1
"r my mother that I wouldn't let him in the house unless was from and I, told"her,'I was born and raised .in Kalamazoo. THEY'RE HEAR THE BEASTIES' / A RECORDS ATATIME L1KE &' THIS!!
she was home. Well last Saturday she was for little HEARD of Kalamazoo but she ARETHEY MIGHTY SINGING SOMEWHERE!" AH PICKED UP THARTEETRMEBE
.. gone a She said she bad never '__ rr THEY KIM E>E HAMMERED BACK
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while and my boy friend came over with a record he had HAD visited the BRONX ZOO in New York. L wanted to ,,,,, BOTH QUIET INTO THAR PORE JAWRS/7 -

-S just bought and wanted me to hear. I didn't see anything ask.for a date but, oh, brother -.now ,I'm not so sure. What d .
: wrong with letting him in the house just to play the recorda would you advise HARRY WOLF Z A ,

couple of times, so I did. He ]knew I wasn't supposed to DEAR HARRY: Ask her for a date, but don't let her = Ir

: let him in the house unless my mother was home, but he make a monkey, ont of.you. ,
: only wanted to come in long enough for me to hear the .. *

U record. The record player belongs to me (it's a portable) and DEAR ABBY: I can't understand what is the matter with .n 1a

: it is in my bedroom. Well, my mom came home and I guess my son's fiancee. She is either the laziest girl on earth or 1- G

.; it must have looked pretty bad because the wind had blown the most stupid. She is.23 years old and should know better. -

:: the door shut and we were both sitting on the bed. My She has been, a dinner guest in'our home dozens' of times 1I I

: mother exploded like a keg of dynamite, and she kicked and she never once has offered to help me with ,a thing.

: my boy friend out of the house and told him never to show She'll see me setting the table, ,but she'll sit and read the I

:' his face around there again. Now she says I can't see him newspaper.. She never _asks if she can help me serve, when .
-; any more and all the trust she had in me has gone down she knows I have '12 to serve and no one to help me. When I I .
:. the drain. Abby, is this fair? We didn't do anything wrong. it comes to doing the dishes afterwards, she pretends -shedoesn't -r4IioI DID VE WINS NOPE-HE RUN OFF' LIKE A z I'M TICKLED
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me again know there's work to do., The last time this! happened I OL'SNOFiYlSM3&
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NOT TRUSTED I called out in her direction, "I sure could use some I
.' IN MY HENHOUSE / rT fe! HE OUTRUN TH DADBURN TAKIN.HIVITAMIN' DEAR NOT: You broke your word and your mother was help with these dishes!" She shouted back, "I'll Be with youas LAST NIGHT DOC u RIFLE BALL i .
:." justified in resenting it. I think she might better have' disciplined soon as 'this TV show is over." But she sat and watchedone PILLS. r /; I

:l you privately and admonished the boy with more TV program after another until all the work was done: en
e dignity and less "dynamite." Adults often lose face with What kind of future do you predict my son will have witha
:; childish outbursts of temper. You can get right again with girl like her?

.: your mother by being cooperative. Your chances for getting WORRIED

.,1i another chance are better than 50-50 If you behave 10d per DEAR WORRIED: A busy one.:He'll have to ,do his work I lr i1L:14-LS

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.. 5:25 O Moments in Sports and Frank Bridges, a 1:15 Q Focus 2O ii
.' couple who keep their O News Elementary Spanish I S
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marriage a secret becausethe D (ColorCameras) 1:30 CD (Color) Let'sMake '
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.' company they both Please a Deal I ALCOHOLIC/ ANYTHING DECENT LEFT IN YOU LATTER!I WANT TO -
5:55 O (Color) News, M work for (she's a kookie 10:15 0 Physical Education Q Science IF THAT BROTHER OF YOU KNOW YOU,YOU'D GO WITH ME/ BE ALONE FOR A WHILL1w
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O Love of Life O Edge of Night
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12:25 O News CD Popeye's Pals
"Land of the Long Day," highball spiked with cya-. 011 YOu I. 1lW
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three of CD (Color) News, Hrw UnrkNEWYORKIn i&imtB: Moser also wrote tho first|
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_"Slattery's Arr ACnVE WIFE.RUSTY! ITDOESNT.MEAN AWTHIN6."WEE *
r : .00 0 Local Issue"Appalachia 11:25 O Movie People," which had its p r e- the difficulties that, attend the I l+1Y M/I-50ML! PEOPLE P TMF BEIL RANG HO WONDER YOU COULD GOING TO BE FELUWPWSONER5 IN THERE AGOW) MLHAL5EON BEFORE

: Survival of a "Last of the Despera'miere Monday night, the Columbia introduction of a new series. C'4 PURSUE KNOWLEDGE i IN NEARLY FIVE MINUTES RESIST Mf BRAZEN FOR A WHOLE YEARt-PLEASE DON'TS I
Region" examines the does." ((1956)) Sheriff Pate 'I Broadcasting System But for well over the first 20 A V Ara 0 su NNl E ADVANCES! ( TREAT ME-LIKE SOMETHING ASENTt

factors underlying th Garrett sets out to capture has a major drama project or 30 minutes the play was a 11t ,,, CONTAGIOUS! t w,} II

widespread poverty in the Billy the Kid. James.which in potential at 1 e a s t quite turgid work and when it J I
Appalachian area. Craig, Jim Davis, Barton could be in the tradition of did get to its point the fate of ./ ttyll7staK

10 O Beverly Hillbillies MacLane. (One hour, 15 "Perry Mason" and "The Defenders a legislator who had. dehberat- p' tdt S 1J N 0 \
Seen in an earlier time min.) ." ly violated the rules of the sdj

spot than last season, this. 11:30 O D Johnny Carson The Slattery in question is chamber or the specifics of theman's ,r ,

:'' series begins its thirdyear (Color) Scheduled guests something a little dilfe:ent in misdeed wore not set s
:" with the Clampettspurchasing include jazz singer Car- the way of a 'continuing lead: forth with particular clarity.
movie studioO men McRae. Ed McMahon -he is the minority leader in a But there were moments of
:: How To a Do It Skitch Henderson. state legislature and is part drama in the climactic con I \ As1J

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.j modern Africa focuses on I 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo in the corridors and in hearing realistically it explores politi- S k_

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DEAR HELOISE: then weeding them out later, I I So I made a chair cover have a zig rag type ,sewing I

I : I have a favorite small pan, keep laundry bag taped to out of .it! It fits perfectly except machine: I'I li I FEEL TERRIBLE A5 *IT PLEASE OGIdT:YOU'RE NOT
r: but it has no cover. After the inside of my closet door. for a few tucks here and tVERrr>.Iww, s T1NAJ$ RESFCN5t6lE fart s4Y 6E1N6
f searching all over town without It's so much easier than plow- there. When curved seams- are sewn! HAPPENED GARY. I FOOU5H B1000FI W THE THE 1T t

I 1 :: luck, I made my own. ing through the clothes tamper My husband said, "Will, ifyou're (armhole, seat of pants, etc.) :MCI yt FEE RE5PION5l6LE THAT I'M LkW INTO MY OWN HAWPSf S

1 : I cut'a paper plate the correct every wash day.S. built like an 'overstuffed use-a zig- zag stitch about one- i r\

:' size, turned it upside VAN LINUSREN chair, it comes in handy." eighth inch wide, 20 stitchesper 1 ti Nr

:' down on a square cf toil and But it really became a topicof inch (as' for a buttonhole). i _

,: brought the comers. of the foil LETTER OF LAUGHTER conversation. To prove the merits of this I .,a.sr .

: together, twisting them irto a All of my friends laughed f method, sew a rotS:3m, usIng 1 *a
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) Ntlt tfnrk,etaufc 'elude the Actors- Studio here, group had accepted ,an invitation -,petted to be ,sponsored on a the Performing Arts." Company will cover an election transmission on three relativel r elude Chet Huntley, Joseph C.
BY VAL ADAMS 1 Tyrone Guthrie'Theater in Minneapolis *to*appear in the series. group of independent stations I Each drama will be taped in without using a computer to short passes at 5:04:() p.m., 8:37, Harsch and Kenneth Bernstein.
NEW YORK-A series f 13' Arena'Stage in Wash- Plays under consideration by Standard Oil Company (New'the home city of the Theater forecast the results. It will be pin and 12:07: a.m. The passes
hour-long plays to be stiged ington Margo Jones Theaterin include those of Shaw, Piran= Jersey). The advertiser recently group staging it. Production of the British election on Oct. 15. will vary from two to 10 min- Aden, South Arabia, has beenan
by professional theater groups Dallas,Tex., Cleveland play dello, O'Casey, Pinter, Osborne, confirmed a report that it the series will begin next N. B. C. announced this weekit important military base for
in 13 cities will make' its ele- ers of California at Los Angeles Behan, Albee; Williams, Saro- was discussing a new: program month. Susskind is negotiatingwith plans live television utes.The British some time.
vision debut early next 3- r, Theater Gorup headed by John'yan, Wilder, Thurber, ,lonesco, project with Susskind, who has ,John Daly to be the host from London that cover- Broadcasting
age eveningby
possibly in. January Houseman. Nina Vance, artistic -Giradeoux, Anouilh and ethers. produced two other television of the series. Corporation will provide studIo
means of Relay II, the com- facilities to N. B. C. in its The tongue of a giraffe is
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: Harry Fike, left, of Columbus Ohio, is general Victor Henschel left, a New York City carpeting A DAY SIS EVERY LIST 98c .. .
sales manager for an auto dealer. He is a younger firm owner, is a look-alike of Sen. Barry Goldwater,
: version look-alike of President Johnson, at right right. "People are constantly taking me for you," SON QUALITY SUNDRY
Pike is 44; the President is 56. Fike is aware of his he wrote Goldwater. "I personally don't think I look GLEEMTooth
: resemblance to the President. "Yes, I've been told like him," he said, "but sometimes when I see him ITEMS YOU KNOW
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:Two U.S.
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I "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF LEAN
FALL GROCERY VALUES!
:: GROUND CHUCK .. .Ib.. 59c

( Downed in VietBy i-#,,I : 'Super-Right" Western Beef Sq. Cut "SUPER-RIGHT W: TE7 RN BEEF BONELESS

CHUCKROASTbd 6ge
I JOHN T. WHEELER The occupants of one plane
SAIGON, South Viet ,NamAP bailed out. U.s.military spokesmen "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF ENGLISH orSHOULDER
( )- Two U.S. Air Force said' the American was I A CHUCKROAST :
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planes were shot down tearly missing. The Vietnamese was 111 ; ROAST. ,79ci
today. and one American and escued. St i ,;l lll
Vietnamese pilot were presumed The second plane crashlanded 'I;,,, "SUPER-RIGHT" SLICED COLD CUTS
captured by Communist and the American made his i '
Viet Cong guerrilla !way to government lines. The \IL L VARIETY PAK 12-oz.pks. 49'e

The two Skyraiders with an Vietnamese pilot was missingand
American and a Vietnamesepilot presumed captured.The PATIO FROZEN 16-or. pkgs.
aboard each were'',shot planes were giving close '
MEXICAN DINNERS. .. 49cCAP'N
down whle| attacking guerrillasnear support with bombs and can-
.Rach Gia, 125miles, south.
nons to two posts and a tow ,,
JOHN'S FROZEN FANTAIL 10-or. pkgs
west of Saigon. under attack by Viet Cong

r forces. A 50-caliber Viet Cong ---------_. Close C BREADED SHRIMP . 49cCAP'N
machine gun was reported in
Tollroads'HurtFla. the area, and U.S. sources saidit : PJ.AI)1 I Trimmed 45 JOHN'S FROZ. FRENCH FRIED 10-or. pkgs,
was assumed this downed the 'S __l

two planes. i -SUIIPS 1 LB . .V i FISH STICKS . 3/1.00
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used train Viet- Heinz Cider 1 ,' "," .
Tourism'MIAMI Force craft to Ji" iii ,
namese pilots.Government. I Vinegar qt. bot. 39c I T '," t' V PERCH FILLETS. ..b.pk3.39c"SUPERRIGHT"
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Coupon Good through Saturday Sept. 26. ai
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vice'Russell president E. Singer of the, AAA executive, told j


its day."I 62nd think annual I should convention warn everyone Tues-- iTrs1! !! "Chuck !Steak'. e 49"SUPERRIGHT"

Interested in upbuilding
Florida's tourist business that, I Am Page V .
as 'we build more and more II I I Pure Honey lib. jar 43c SLICED WESTERN 1J
miles of toll-free superhighways ZONE 1 JAX 1d6 N '
I Coupon Good through Saturday Sept. M.
throughout the nation, the erec- 1e
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cannot fail to have a depressing Beef Liver Ib. 29iIuI1luI1

effect"I am on sure your that tourist in increasing business. HURRICANE I i----: ... >,.
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our members will ask for rout WARN IN, '. :',
"SUPER-RIGHT" PURE PORKSausage I
ings by-passing the turnpikes." V :':.
Singer attacked "tollpox vir KIt n&r With This Coupon and Purchase of T.
us" and said that Florida and III'r1lrrlola/s Ann Page Pure- 12 oz. r --". -, t
New Jersey appear to be "suf vmitum eat VMS alas awe and a Grape Jelly . 27c i' 3 "3 'Mb. $400
fering from the virulent form of .fe* .( damage llama wnrs ZONE 1 JAX 9U-64 I
this ,disease." CM prepare by calling. Coupon Good through Saturday .L2L '
arftte Past Control's:! tree wr.oa I bags
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UP. This Includes.a complete In.spactlon -
midwest tourist traffic into FlorIda of your property fer.
limbi or trees that are weak .rroJSen.
been -
has recently completed .. and recommendation for '
A&P FRESH SPECIAL! BATHROOM TISSUE
as far as Wildwood where Ittta prevention of wuwceswrydaiaa1s.
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cars would be shunted onto the I Itch There service.U na Put charge your confidence for i Instant Coffee Scot Tissue
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example of a 'toll trap,'" far yoar prat o> With This Coupon and Purchase of '
said. Mop T Ann Page-1 lb, 2 oz, jar
Singer JANE PARKER DELICIOUSLY NEW
He also attacked the Intentionto Garden Relish : "f. 9c
"if, ...aMMCTIONt 10-OZ. $129 8 $100
go ahead with a toll I road In'IMATIS ZONE 1 JAXJ-44 ROLLS BANANA NUT 1
from Florida's west coast to Coupon Good through Saturday Sept. 26. JAR .
Fort Lauderdale. He said it .
would,be unsafe and would delay TWIN
indefinitely the widening of \\fIlA Firm Rip. PACK LOAF
the Tamiami Trail.
A olwlcAir CO. : Bartlett _
Labor contracts for 1.9 mil 'gs&to ?1AID 1 < SPECIAL

lion workers terminate in 1964, Phoat 3762561GATOR > STAMDO S p
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I DAYSSPECIALS ZONE I-JAX f.26-U 't SAVE 19*
Coupon, Good through Saturday Sept. 26. s t 19c *- ,
V li 4 Exciting new loaf cake studded with plump chunks
h of walnuts A delectable dessert...perfect served :-.
plain or with your favorite fruit or ice cream. 15

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One Group Long & Short Sleeve : 49
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SHIRTSSIZES GRAPES. 2 'Ibs.;'. .r', ...-., -:" 29 ,W' '.';'/
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3 TO 18 Val. to 2.98 .

__ ._ ., ,_ Jane Parker offejf two delectable pies, one filled
/ PRICEBoy's EASTERN ROUND WHITEPOTATOES, ;; '1, -' r with}luscious peoafiaV the ether with ripe,juicy blueberries. '
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SIZES 4 TO 18 ... :.. ..Get Fine Gifts Faster

Sunshine KrispyCRACKERS Special! Peter Pon Smooth or Krunchy: JHE CI AT ATIANT1C t FAORC TEA COMPANY WCA&P
; '/s PRICE 'WOOOBURY .. 1. Ib. box 31c Peanut Butter 12oz. jar39c I
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE '
I Soap . . 1 Ib.can89c Save at A&PFireside / /
Saltines ,1.1 Ib. box,19c8c
2 Free with Unit of 6 Liquid
; Assortment Boy's METRECAL 8 oz. can 3 for 89c off Label! Our Own, ,
4 bath size 59CDINTY Chocolate Loose Tea .'. Vz Ib. box' 51 1-

SWEATERSBROKEN NESTLE QUICK 16 oz. can 45c Ann Page Pancake and Waffle "
i SIZES Cola Liver'& Chicken Syrup . .. 24 oz bottle 39c -
MOORE DOG FOOD 2 614 oz. cans 33c PRICES IN THIS AD ARE GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY SEPTEMIER U. .
Breakstone Cottage 601 SW 2nd AVE
1 Sara Lee FrozenPOUND
R /z PRICE Beef Stew CAKE 12 oz. size 79c CHEESE 16 oz. carton 23c CLOSE MON. THRU WED. 7 P.M. I
Puffin Avole CLOSE THURS.' AND FR1. S P.M.

J 15-oz. can 39c BISCUITS .. 3 8 oz. cans 29c SAUCE 2, 16 oz. cans 35c CLOSE SATURDAY 7 r.M. "
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SIZES M, L, XL Reg. 5.98PRICE V '

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DETERGENT'Salvo Ct.EANER-12c Off HILLS CLEANSERComet TETLEY FAUL11.E.SSSpray

Spic n' SpanGiant Dog, Food Tea Bags I Starch V


f,, Giant size / yC size //C 2 Mb. cans 35CCLEAR 2 giant size 49C 1 16 for only 27C 16-oz. con 49C (

USE CENTRAL CHARGE MRS. FILBERTS CORN OIL PINK lOTION LIQUID PERSONAL SIZE BAR DETERGENTIvory GENTLE

MargarineWith Trend22oz.btl. '- Trend I Ivory Snow
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.Gainesville Sun_ Wednesday, September 23,1954, .
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA


:;' IN LEDGIE re:PROBATE.In Estate MAE of. STODDARD #""!r. CLASSIFICATION. ,,-
=
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l Lift Curtain on First New Cars All Deceased.To Creditors. and Persons Having ", _.. :_'".' oJ./ .. :"}7 .-
Claims or Demands Against( Said Estate: '-i -- ; '
You and each of you sre hereby notified
and required to present any claims
and demands which you, or either of Things
By CHARLES C. CAIN which marked the 1964 ';'ocle1i A partial answer came Tuesday was introduced in September its five lines, offers more you. may have against the estate of 1 In Memorlam
Mae Stoddard. deceased late of
Ledqie ,
AP Business Newswriter run.. when Ford announced that 1 1960. choices than! any:;other: car mak. said County to the County Judge of '2 Card of Thanks

1965 Lincoln-Continental prices. er.-Ford is next with 44. Alachua County Florida, at his officeIn 3 Lost -fc Found '
of the
One questions
DETROIT (AP) The auto key was In general the trend in 1965, the court house of said County at ." :;,; ,
mood whether auto makers would would be unchanged. The four- Gainesville, Florida within six calendar 4 Personalized Services
in a holiday '
industry was cars was towards longer, more The fastback, a straight slop months from the time of the first pub- 5 Travel Information
hold the line in view of door sedan for example was I ; lication of this Each
today as it lifted the curtain on price notice. claim or demand 6 Special
powerful vehicles.On ing line from the rear window to shall be in writing, and shall Notices ,
the first of its 343 new 1965 mo- contract gains won by the United .i listed at a $5,766 factory-suggested the rear bumper was noticeableon shale the place of residence and post 7 Florists

Auto Workers and Increased price, the same basic the styling front, the most : office address of the claimant and shall I Baby Sitters Child Cart
quite a few new cars. be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, O i,0, : t
dels.Ford Motor Co. got the jumpon costs of some materials. price the car has had since it' noticeable thing 'about 1965 cars his attorney; and any such claim or .de- 9 Things Places To To SeeAUTOMOTIVE Go And

its rivals when its Lincoln accessories are available. is that they generally follow The industry seemed to oper- mand not so filed shall be void.

Continental became the first car Better Dnnik Chevrolet, with 45 models in long, clean lines with a mini- ate on the_theory that customershad 's) CLYDE T. GREENEAs
administrator of the Estate of
to on public display.All mum of gingerbread. More more money- and wanted
go NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Ledgie Mae Stoddard deceased 76
General Motors divisionsand Than Stupid REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME engine options and a raft of more than a stripped-down car. (3619) 9:16 23 30; 10:7 71 Trucks Airplane for Sales-Rentals Sale '

will : Pursuant to Section 65.09. Florida Stat-
American Motors un-
utes, notice is hereby given that the undersigned 79 Trucks Wanted

viel their new products Thursday -I JOHANNESBURG, South Africa desiring to engage In busi- h 80 Tractors It Truck Rentals
ness under the fictitious name of Knotts' ON GAINESVILLE'S BEST SELLER LIST -
with Chrysler Corp. and (AP) The chairman of a Bar located at 616 N. W. 13m Street, 12 Trailer Rentals
In the City of Gainesville Alachua 83 Motorcycles &
County Scooters
the rest of the Ford's lines due large Johannesburg companysent Florida, Intends to register the said .
"HOW WITH 14 Automobile
TO BECOME Repairs
for public view Friday. this memo to his senior executives -name with the Clerk of the Circuit ,ACQUAINTED
Court of Alachua County Florida. 85 Automobiles for Salt oj
Salesmen in 40,000 dealer : "All executives who DATED at Gainesville, Florida, this 31st 14 Swap Cars

the have been drinking vodka at day of August. A. D.. 1944. MORE OF YOUR MONEY'"Meet i
showrooms across country (S) WILLIAM F. KNIGHT JR. . or 87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL

had their pencils sharpened to lunchtime are requested here-, BATEs)&MARY JONES EVELYN KNIGHT I I{

resume the fast selling paceIN after to drink whisky. We would, Attorneys at Law -
11 West University AvenueP. 11 Schools. & Instruction
clients to regard
our
our
prefer
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT O. Box 396 Grady Boweri.YJ 19
Music. Dancing
ALACHUA COUNTY staff as inebriated, rather than I Gainesville. Florida .
(3582) 9:2 9, 16, 23 a. 20 Wanted-Instruction
FLORIDA. .
STATE OF { + @
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Estate of stupid. of .. -; "
WALDOFF PETERSON, Deceased The memo stemmed from a I N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA ? Nawa ;w'm' -
The State of Florida, To Ail Persons EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN EMPLOYMENT
Interested In the Estate of said Decedent change in Johannesburg busi-AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. 11 Female Help Wanted

: written ness executives' midday drink. IN CHANCERY. You :!:. 12 Malt Help Wanted
You are hereby notified that a LILLIAN E. MCAFEE Professional S'ervicePharmacy' :
Instrument purporting to be the Last Will big habits. Many have switched I Plaintiff 13 Help-Malt or Female
of said decedent has been -VI-
Testament
and
admitted to probate In said Court. I from whisky to vodka because ROLAND D. MCAFEE, 14 Sales Help Wanted
You art hereby commanded within six Defendant. 16 work Wanted Female' .
the tetter's telltale '
calendar months from the date of the they say I 17 Work Wanted Malt
first publication of this notice to appearIn odor Is less pronounced.IN I NOTICE OF SUIT fiats i
said Court and show cause If any TO: ROLAND D. McAFEE
you can why the action of said Court In 6019 College Street _
admitting said Will to probate should THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Oakland California FARMS & LIVESTOCK i
not stand unrevoked. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA, Yw-.are hereby notified that there has 26 Farm Equipment
More and Gainesville
HARRY MCDONALD IN PROBATE.In been filed by LILLIAN E. McAFEE more people are 'becoming_ I 27 Feed & Fertilizer
County Judge re: Estate of in the circuit court of Alachua County, '
Alachua County. Florida. Waldoff Peterson.. Florida, her complaint against you and acquainted with the fact that you can save This is Grady BowenPharmacist 21 Livestock & Supplies
(SEAL) Deceased.To that the relief therein prayed for Is a 29 Landscaping Top Sod
10:7 All Creditors and Persons Having
(34U 9:169:23 9:30; divorce. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Claims or Demands against Said Estate: This is, therefore, to command you to money on prescriptions at 30 Pets & Supplies
STATUTESIN You and each of you are hereby notI- file your written defense In said causeon x 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL
FLORIDA OF THE COUNTY fied to present any claims and demands or before the )6th day of October.
THE ALACHUA COURT COUNTY FLORIDA which You, or either of you may have A.D. 1964, and that you shall thereafter'
JUDGE. against the estate of Waldoff Peterson. PROFESSIONALSERVICE r
PROBATE.In on or before the 16th day of October.
IN
deceased, late of said County, to the
A. D. 1964, a of de- .
re: Estate of County Judge of Alachua County. Flor serve copy your r 54 Business Opportunities .
ARTHUR A. SOUTHERLAND. ida, at his office In the court house of fenses, if any on Philip BaMon, 212 57 Money to Loan
Seutheast First Street GainesvPle Florida
Deceased.To All Creditors and Persons Having said County at Gainesville Florida withIn attorney for the plaintiff and immediately : PHARMACY 58 Mortgages
six calendar months from the time of thereafter
Demands Against Said Estate: file the originalin
Claims or 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE
the first publication of this nonce Each
notifi office. Upon failure ta
You and each of you are hereby my comply
ed and required to present any claims claim or demand shall be In writing. with either of the above, a decree pro
of and shall state the place of residence confesso will be entered against '
either
according -
and demands which you. or you
and post office address of the claimant 1 Discount .
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to law. Drugs .
of Arthur
estate
have against the .
you may A. Southerland, deceased late of and shall ge sworn to by the caimant, Witness my hand and teal of our Circuit -. t. 6J Wanted to,Buy S--* .. > ..
said County, to the County Judge of Ala- his agent, his attorney and fny such Court, this 14th day of September, \( ,.. { t.: 62 Machinery .. Tools
chua County Florida, at his office In claim be or demand not iso fled shall A.D. 1964.J. 'i Where Your Money Swings More'Weight
the court house of said County at void.s B. CARMICHAEL 63 Building Materials
Gainesville. Florida, within six calendar ) RUBY PETERSON Clerk of Circuit Court t Household Goods
months from the time of the first publIcation As executrix of the Last Will and BY: EMILY WATERHOUSE "-" 419 S.W. 8th St. -
65
Testament of Waldoff Peterson Antiques
(COURT SEAL)
of this notice. Each claim or demand -
shall be In writing a r.d shall deceased BARTON & BURWELL No Longer M Misc. For Salt
BATES & JONESP.
state the place of residence and post O. Box 396 Attorneys for Plaintiff PHONES 2-5347 FR 2-5348 67 Trading Post
212 S. E. First Street
claimant, and shall
the
of
office address Attorneys for Executrix Gainesville. Florida 69 Fuel Oil 8. Woods
be sworn to by the claimant, his agentor s
,
(3413) 9:16 23 30; 10:7 ,
(3617) 9:16.23 30 10:7
attorney and any such: claim or demand ; ----- --- -- - -- 70 Boats r-MarineEquip..
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not so filed shall be vod. I 71 Camp .-Hunt Fish
James Howard Southerland,
As administrator of the Estate of 72 Office Equipment
Arthur A. Southerland. deceased 73 Musical Merchandise
(3601) 9:1.16, 23.29 .

INVITATION TO BID
Notice Is hereby given that tt.e Boardof \ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
County Commissioners of Alachua .fi -- iI .,; .: a"oi -fc 32 Mobile Homes for Salt
County Florida, hereby calls for and requests .
bid for .the following services to 33 Lots for Salt

be purchased by said Board for and on WI N : < '' .. 34 Waterfront Property ':
yy
behalf of Alachua County Florida .!,' \. .- .::: 35 Houses for Salt/
;. : :
Moving wood framed building as follows !'i L
: < -. > t, '. \ :24 O. 36 Cottages for Salt .
No. 1 on Protect 1964. :;<- .
Building La' .! 37 Real Estate Exchanged.

The exact location of the above build- i t. 31 Real Estate Wanted ...
requirements can be i ia 39 Out of Town
Ing and the moving Property
obtained from the County Engineer. <- 40 Business Properties

Bids shall be In duplicate In a sealed i ,: 41 Residential Income I

envelope within an envelope and the envelope t,_ ." 42 Farms 8> Acreage .
marked "Bid 01 Moving
clearly
Building.** ." H j' ,': 43 Colored Property Salts :

Need .
All bids must'' be In writing and delivered ;
by hand or mail to the Board of .1"" RENTALS
'
County Commissioners of Alachua Coun 43-1 Colored Property Rentals j
; .
In j1'f :1 f. '
the ccourthouse
at
ty. Florida ,,L. --., 44 Cottages for Rent -4004S
or before 2.30P L.-" >- .. .
Florida on !
Gainesville. \ .. .<.I '
.M. October 6. 1964. 100 ; Furnished Apts. :
The building will have to ,be moved '- :: <
... 46 Unfurnished Apts. -
from Its present location on or before .... ; :
14. 1964. I ''J':1 .. 47 Houses for Rent . 6:00 P.M.. October .. -- .- e
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Commissioners re-
The Board of County .9 Rooms for Rent .
all .
and ,
serves the right to reject any '
k bids and to "waive Informalities.G. .:. \ 50 Mobile Homes w :
M. DAVIS. Chairman 51 Misc. Rentals _

Alachua Board of County County, Commissioners Florida ; "'..",,1" ,"_...: : \\' ::";) >f'.Y..,,-,' 5IA Wanted To Rent __:. :

(3418) 9:16.23 t s '1" 52 Boarders Wanted .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 53 Office Desk Space .:: :
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN '54 Business'Rental -" :
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNT ; "'


IN REATHEA CHANCERY.DIVORCE Plaintiff.MAE VICKERS. ( :: ,2 SERVICE% Special Services. '' ;e:


'YS. Gainesville Sun ::
BOSTON Dl'fpndant.VICKERS.' JR.. 23 Home Improvements :


ORDER NOTICE AND OF OTHER TO PUBLICATION SERVE PLEADINGSTO ANSWER AND 25 24 Appliance Radio 8, TV& Service FurniturtWANTAD : t


Jr.. whose address
: Boston Vickers.
y .
Is 511 Allen Street. Baxley. Georgia ...., .
You are hereby notified that a Complaint I :. ..
has been filed In this Court : S a.
against you by Reathea Mis ,Vickers ;, Or : '.Use i RATESPH.
"wherein she seeks a divorce and you are GRIDIRON ", i :
hereby required to file your wriMen defense :
:
to the Complaint with the Clerk PH. 372.8441'for :
of the Circuit Court. Alachua County :
Florida. and to serve a copy of said. ,9fftGRiEENBACK5 -w
the Plaintiffs attorney -
written defense upon t
I P. W. Thompson Post Office \) Classified Only e I
Box 231. Gainesville. Florida on or be- r '
fore October 15. 1964. Herein fail l not if-
else a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered I :
against you. It Is further ordered DEADLINESTues. 1,
that this notice be pub I Ish e d I

once each week for four conseci thru FrL paper _
five weeks' prior to the return' date here- Day before pibll. j
In. In the Gainesville Sun, a newspaper cationPJn" 1
published In Gainesville. Alachua \

County Florida. For ads to go In Sun. paper- I
seal
WITNESS my hand and offclal 12:00 am. Sat.
;
t at Gainesville. Alachua County Florida. ..' .
this 14th day of September 1964. .. ., 'J,., 0 For ads to go In Men. paPll'J; J
J. B. CARMICHAEL.Clerk '- 1pm. Sat.Minimum. .,- .
of the Circuit Court ., "" '
( ad 4 lines)
BY: EMILY Clerk WATERHOUSE.Deputy It's that time again And the Gainesville Sun has 100 "very green" greenbacks for the person 'c

(COURT SEAL) J .k

(3620) 9:16.9:23.9:30; 10:7_. who can pick correctly the winner of this year's first greenback 'game, October 3. That's right FAMILY RATES J

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$100. And all you have to do is clip the ballot that will appear in the Sunday Gainesville Sun i' 3 Insertions ...........22e lint .

zy :*", '. W _. ; 6 Insertions .......... 17c lint .

j Ohmy I Ij \ mark- your winners, fill in the "tie breaker" and mail your entries.r ',;on the. back of a'. postcard.f Sell Fast 12 Insertions ........., lie lint :


I YOU might be the winner of the first Gridiron Greenback contest and $100.
Total
charge computed by'
j multiplying total lines x rate .
achingback ,. .earned x number of Insertions. ,
Every Sunday the. Gainesville Sun will offer readers a chance'to be a winner Each Week a special .- 5 Five letter words per line .

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Ballot the 20 will in the Sun AND EACH .
listing top college teams appear Sunday Gainesville. r with 8 Point
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WEEK. THERE WILL BE A WINNER. So, don't forget. to mail: your entry'jori the. back- of a postcard .. t


and address as follows : GRIDIRON GREENBACKS Gainesville Sun, ;;P. O.Box' 57, Gainesville as 12 3 lines point"Same ordinary: type ;E

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I Florida. Deadline for receiving ballots is 6 P.M. Friday Full l details of*a1I' the rules will -

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that restless uncomfortable feelin& than the cost of the space occupied

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Wednesday September 23 1964 Gainesville!
n ___ SunrJ
12 Male) Help Want 32 Mobil. Homes For Salt

33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal I.
1 OLD Florida company expanding In 52 x 10 FT.. 2-bedroom Horntie, I

II1IEII area. We !now have positions like new. Lot 17 Archer Road ACRE lots for tale. BY OWNER, immediate possession $60 MO. 2 BR, large kit., liv. rm.,
available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and Village. Phone J74-4M3 after 5:00 Phone 372-4416 financing arranged. Not in a bath and back porch. Small down
I ADUILIARIA E.c: up experience not necessary. We P.M. prolect. Call 372-8401, days, or I payment to one with good credit.
t train. Write box S84-A Gaines-
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Ii ACROSS 30.Note: of the L A PHD A R V R I N ville Sun giving resume and qual- 1964 Hillcrest trailer, 2 bedroom, RAILROADSIDING 1800 374-2748 s evenings ft. 4 BR.to 2 see bath, our CCB I. 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1537.
50 10'.
f, ifications. x Equity $500 take up home al ,2' NE 10th PI.
1. Bare scale payments. Call 376-1521. after 3 LOT JWK
WEST COAST manufacturer has
6.NewWorld3l.Fr.aitldc opening P.M. 376-9281. BY OWNER, cen. heat & air cond.
jRG HAVE
t In their sales departmentfor large commercial lot with
I monkey 33. Elf three men age 20 to 35, min. railroad siding. Will erect build. 2Vi bath 3 BR, family living,
earnings of $150 per week. Call 23 years In business give you adequate ing to suit tenant. Give satisfactory dining rrru large kitchen built. 3728404NEW
12. Revere 35. Unsorted FR 6-2585 for appt. protection in price, quality lease. FR 4-6457. in appliances. Large garage.
13. Elevates Ind.flour I I I S S I B L I financing. Insurance It servo 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR LISTING with almost an
ANTENNA Installation man. Mustbe acre of ground In beautiful Florida -
f Youngsters 37. Strong S C A ti P A % L ;: experienced and reliable. Apply ice.customers Ask your about friends us. 3 ocations and our to 34 Waterfront Property 2-4511. Park. Spacious and gracious -

I'I 15. Papal veils dark-brown L ti w 'i t. in person Tech T-V, 122 NW serve you. Jacksonville. Gainesville BY OWNER. Property appraised three bedroom two bath
I 16th Ave.WANTED home with large living room,
16. Siouan ales & Ocala. WINIFRED CRAWFORD at S26,000 owner will sacrificefor
i S22.5OO. Large lot, 2100 sq. large dining room, pane I led
White
Indian 39.Time past LIA 'i landscaping man and yard experiencedin main Reg.LAKE Broker, specaliiing in' ft., all large rooms, 3 BR, 2 study; fireplace, overs lied
D N A D U PROPERTIESACRE master bedroom. two
BUTTSMobile baths living with paneling car
Refuse I room
17. 41. Cyprlnold II tenance. Apply at Seville's Nursery AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose & fireplace, family room.s@parate garage, beautiful grounds,
on Newberry Road. GR 5-2911.
wool fish I all In
.4 dining room, completely perfect condition.
19. Unhappy 42; Decree r EMPLOYMENT Foreman on HomesInc. OVER 30 acres of lake front, many equipped ultra-modern kitchen NEW LISTING in Highlands. Beau-
20. 45. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE small ranch. New CB 2 tedroom bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished bookcases & many other tea- tifully appointed three bedroom,
Creature
Looking- house, partially furnished with houses with dock and deep tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- two bath house for sale at FHA
glass 47. Saving DOWN 6. Oil plant utilities included, plus salary. well pump. Many extras. On berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. evaluation of $16,500.00 Large

23. Halfway 49. Stored 1. Eur. alliance 7. Organ of Must management.be capable Phone of general Melrose,farm Fla. NW 13th St. Lake Jewelry Santa Co.Cedar Fe. Inquire Lewis STOPONLY $450 down to Qualified living room with room broken large tile family floor,

25.Anc. Cr. odder hearing 475-5541 for Interview. buyer, 4 BR, 2 bath, CBS corner lot with sidewalks.
1 Key Shoresfine FHA financing, SV1.27 mo. Seller enclosed garage. Many
50. Crescent
wdght* 2. Entrance 8.
Prejudice 14-S.lcs Help Wanted at 6th St. pay closing costs. Call 372-0481 extra luxury features.
27. Shl shaped 3. City InIndiana Moslem homesites from $2250 for appt. to see. 1804 NW 38th ECONOMICAL living at only tt-

shaped dock 51. Views 10. Poorer ) SALESMAN to sell completed non-waterfront from $1510 Ter. 900.00 with low down payment

29. Syllable of' !2. Flock of 4. Before long 11. Worm homes on buyers lot. Excellent On street parking all around our OWNER TRANSFERRED 4 *R, possible. Two bedroom masonry
corner. Open 8:30 A.M. to S P.M. home of 1,300 fret in con-
opportunity. Contact Tampa Builders Marina Locations square
JietUatioa herons !. DIscernI .18.Word of I I Gene Paramore Local I I each weekday. dishwasher.2 bath Ig.disposal.builtn Membershipto kitchen venient Northeast. Another two

'choice V Manager 372-7401. 374-8341 I INVEST: facilities needed here Community club and pool. 2911 bedroom home near the
rrrrrrrr-r-; NE 10th Drive. 376-1004 af'er 1:30 University, completely furnished
16-Work Wanted Female Motel Locations p.m., or weekends. at $9,900.00 with rental Income
22. Denial
- possible.
1 T IJ 24.Wipe SENIOR beautician, 4Vi: yrs. experIence Drivea I INVEST: accommodationsneeded FOR SALE two bedroom unfurnished LARGE beautiful well drained
24 yrs. old. presently doing house by owner. $350 down lots In Rldgewood. Reasonab'e
----.3- 25.Turk.chamber. high styling for weLl established and resume payments of s6 per prices. All improvements paid.
14 salon In St. Petersburg. Husband Little DAVID ANDREWS- mo. Inquire after 5:00 1724 NW Littlewood Westwood schools

26. floral ji1&I will be at U. of F. two full 55th Terrace. lust around the corner.

"r W. : 16 :/. 'l/ yrs. Call FR 2-9420, < a.m. to 7 REAL ESTATECEDAR HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR, 2 baths J. W.KIRKPATRICK.
'l/: fh / Overweight p.m. Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet livIng
29 21It II 7 zr It 32. Steps over I WOULD like small set of booksto Save a LotLowest KEY 841 or 3831 room. air condition. Phone372SJ.t7

'// Vh V fences keep In my home. Will pick LAKE SANTA FE large lakefront or 372-2080. Realtor

ts zt r'// 7 ft r'/ 21 3 4. Hawaii or up and deliver. overhead in the industry nigh lot, beautiful view, convenIent USED 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404
fnt s:4WL4wkCL Phone 472-2185. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like to town, some citrus, easy ASSOIATES:
V V Oahii36.Spry ,, 2 BR 1 bath frame house space
I WANT lob as maid Mays a to work and you benefit. LOOKto terms. FR 24471. heater, $7,500, $400 down, S65 I Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell
jQ the future, make
::5r-/----- week. Good references. Call me at a sound in mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Robinson Capt. A. w. Reece, USN. Ret.
vestment. brand
38. Hypothetical FR 2-1W8, from 12 noon to 6p.m. tom made See 12 our WIDES top at cis-U 35 Houses for Sole FR 22984.Mobile. .Levis:: Kirkland Ben Griffin
.
354S iT ,. if/
force WIDES prices. S yr. financing
Knit a pair In a few hours WANTED work by refined couple available. Lake Geneva Trailer
40. Country la McKINNEY
41 4) one flat piece plus cuff for each I in good health sober. Anything Sales' on Rt. 100 1 mite S. E.
: : : S.E.Araia43.Amaleklte F' slipper. Thlritty, tool that pays salary.' Hard workers. of Keystone Heights. Open evenings Home Buys
lost business because of Civil and Sunday.
4' ; .T4o Cuddle-pups cozy, liffyknlt slippers Rights Bill. Have trailer to live GREENDEATON
j'/ king in. Experienced 1954 8 X 37 2 bedroom trailer, tub
a child can put on him- in Restaurant
;i-- '/ ;T---- 44. Existed self. They stay on tool Pattern 988: work and can manage grocery or &Ideal shower for ,UF real students good $1500.condition.FR REALTORS New 1965 Models On The Way

: = = :;.. / 45. Donkey chart cluded., directions sizes 4 to 12 in Restaurant.Gainesville Sun.Write Box 5WM, 61887. EXCLUSIVE

Sf / S T 46. Ripen' WOULD like BEFORE you buy see us for top Unmistakably this fine home Is designed
48. OwingCLASSIFIED Thirty-five cents in coins for this I sitting in any to have part a of lob Flavet.baby I quality In Mobile Homes. Approx. ity beyond for those who value qual- The '65 models will soon be here so we must
price
Located in a
pattern add 15 cents for each I imately 35 units to choose from.
Par tint 26 miru. "_''.."".. a. pattern for ist-class mailing and Very FR 4-1849.good Anytime with children.of day.. Phone 8, 10 12. 20' width, up to 60' In restricted and unexcelled neighborhood move all '64's as soon as possible. This is
3 large bedrooms
special handling. Send to L a u ra length.
Wheeler Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft 17 2V* colorful baths Sunken livIng your opportunity to save hundreds of dollarson
Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Work Wanted MaleJUNIOR Featuring Marlette Hillcrest Wind room with pink marble fire
Chelsea Station, New York 11. N.Y., sor & Park Manor. place. Wall to wall carpeting the famous name mobile home you've
Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, in Engineering needs part Large paneled Fla. room with
NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. time lob to remain In sChooL 18 years in the Mobile Home fireplace Many other attrac. been wanting. Shop now while there is still
Call Bill at 378-2698 after 5:00. Business tive features You will be surprised -

NEW FOR 1945! 200 designs- and excited as we were a good selection. Enjoy convenient terms .
6 SPECIAL NOTICES more fashions to knit, crochet than 18 Schools & Instruction "SERVICE HAS BUILT when you see this quality home
Announcements ever Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery OUR BUSINESS" Call for appt. FR 23617. low. low down payments small monthly

COWPONY CUTUPS dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING
3 LOST & FOUND At 2:00 p.m., Sept. 27th. Taylor for new Needlecraft Catalog. DEVELOP confidence o v e r- NEWSFLASHThe payments many under $60 a month. Select

Ranch, 4 mi. NW of Willlston on come fear-apply practical tech BAIRD MOBILE location of this fine property your mobile home while they last and save.
BOSTON Bull Terrter, answers to Rt. 27-Alt. Bring your horses, VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT nique develop personality deserve is news worthy it is within
the name Mickey. Tag no. 275. events for all, or come watch the PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt recognition be an Influ HOMESof walking distance of Finley School Trades
Brindle color lost around NE fun. Book. For beginners, experts. Send ence. Ocala and the University In a most desired

section. Reward. Call 2-2398 or LOSE WEIGHT safely with new 50 cts. now I BS degree 25 years experience. neighborhood. It Is news invited.FEDERAL

during day FR 6-7171. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. Classes start Sept. 24. 7 9 p.m. Phone 629-3200 Jet. 301 & 441 worthy because of Its excellent
For information call Mrs. Rhea condition and has lots of space
; Dial LOST brown (. white Basset 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 376-7/24 after 5 p.m. or Hotel NORTHWEST 3 BR 2 bath Dining and
hound near Lake Susan. Answers Company. Fla.
Thomas 372-9501. room Garage It is situ-
TRAILER SALES
to name Ruffle. Loves children. BILLING CLERK mature ated on a beautifully shaded lot-
I WILL not be responsible for person
Bradley, Rt. 1, Box 261, Haw 2702 Waldo Road N.E.
I debts Incurred by anyone other permanent lob. 40 hr. a week.typing HIGH SCHOOLat It is news worthy because It is
thorne. At Palm Lane
than myself after this date, September and sales work. Call 374- home, free booklet A mer lean 376-0205 realistically priced This nice QUALITY HOMES
3764672FOR LOST on old Newberry Rd. near 23. 1964.J. 1258 for appt. Un!. City Photo School P. O. Box 16661, Jacksonville SPECIAL property won't be on the market
city limit black and tan hound. W. OWENS Supply. Fla 32216. long Take advantage of this
slipped his collar. Contact Jack 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. opportunity Don't wait Call
Beville. 376-5317. WAITRESSES WANTED. Howard MEN & women It to 93 TO train for $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes FR 23617.
8 Sitters, Child Car Johnson's Restaurant, please apply CIVIL SERVICE Prairie. For appointment call 4820 Northwest 13th St.
LOST large black torn cat on U of Baby in person to 2830 N. W. 13th Examinations. For informationsend FR 63052. I ASSOCIATESJ.
F campus. Answers to the name St.CURB.
of Brower. Reward. Phone FR name address & Phone No. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth GAINESVILLE I
TINY TOT WAItRESSES day end Key Training Service. 112 W.
6-2160 or FR 23572. Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
night shift, top wages. Apply Adams St. Jacksonville. WYATT- I
Multiple Listing
PLAY SCHOOL in person, Jerry's Restaurant
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEKUT 2310 S. W. 13th St. : Real I Estate Exam L
Visit us and see for yourself.
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. EXPERIENCED Dry cleaning COURSE Trailer SalesHome
'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON presser. Apply in person onlyto ATTEND First lesson f ee.
Beauty on a Budget KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE One Hour Martinizing, 319 riOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE of
FULLER All work guaranteed Day wk.. or mo. Old Newberry N. W. 13th St.CASHIERS COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave Pacemaker Mobile Homes
BRUSH Perm. U up Sham-set $1.50 up Rd. Planned programs. Pick up I-.' 4-3507. 372.3727.SHORTHAND Shasta and Airstream
PRODUCTS 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 at Littlewood and Terwilliger & FOUNTAIN Travel Traitors

SERVICE AND Open nights by appt. schools. Call FR 2-6667. GIRLS Civil Service Training- TYPING Ocala's First Mobile Home ComeAttenriOur
Dealer Since 1948
LEARN TO DRIVE .Special attention SNACK BAR Secretarial Courses Classesnow
-
1723 Silver Springs Blvd.
EMPLOYMENTSpecials to nervous or elderly. Age 25-40 night shift 3 P.M. to 12 forming. Howell's Business
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Phone 429-1358
Easy Way Driving School. FR
I midnight meals & uniforms fur College 218 W. Univ. Ave. Ocala Fla.
2-7002. Lie. bv Stat.
Fla.
of
Every Day nished. Contact Mr. George Summers FR6-3507
WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor main cafeteria U of Fla. FEDERAL QUALITY
Terrific Savings. Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 I -- MEN-WOMEN WANTED AT ONCE
HOMES INC.
GENERAL OFFICE WORK to
Sun Want Ads Ave. train for Civil Service. Goo
W. University
Permanent resident, double entry pay. Thousands of lobs open. Ex 4820 N.W. 13th St. ,GainesvilleFR
I
Call EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. bookkeeping and posting machine perience usually unnecessary. For: 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr.
378-1548 Must be over 21. Call F R.' 2-4690. experience helpful. Includefull Information on lobs, salaries
r Get Results Manaro's Restaurant. 2120 Haw details In letter Reply to Box Requirements, local Interview 33 LOTS FOR SALE
thorne Rd. 587A Gainesville Sun. write giving address, phone

WANTED Senior beautician. Call AMERICAN SERVICE, Box S88-A 2.4 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES
ct>.Ttamesvillf nh17
Mary Lee's FR 2-2010 or FR 2- Sun. Minutes West of Town oft paved
1706. road. $1,400 with l low down payment
23 Home Improvements call Dick Robinson anytime
WANTED Secretary. Good
f Legal RALPH A. FOSSEY..Realtor
salary for qualified, permanent
resident. Unmarried person pre HAVE your house painted the modern 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 '.. ''' ....
ferred. Call FR 6-5266 between way. All work guaranteed 23rd Blvd. acre lots. $3000.00 New- :
A.M. and 5 P.M. Mon thru Fri. free estimate. No lob too big berry Rd. acre lots $3750.00.
SECRETARY BOOKKEEPER or too small.MODERN. S. W. acre lots SI 200.00
LV Knowledge of bookkeeping essen PAINTING CO.
-
tial. Must type and take S. H. PHONE FR 6-2210 Mary Moellerf follow the crowd and
Salary $4,000. Apply in person I to -
SAVE Mrs. Hinton, Gainesville FlorIda SAVE
Federal Campus Credit UnIon 28 Livestock & Supplies Realtor

Bldg "J", U of F. *
WANTED DEAD OR AliVE a 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 SAVE! *

12 Male Help Wanted dairyman to show us a better ONE HALF ACRE LOT FOR ON. .

/ dairy feed than CPA Cooperative SALE high & dry with deep
MANAGER trainees needed steady Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai- well and electricity, located on
employment fringe benefits, age Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN Kincaid Road; $1200. FR 2-7123 Purchase Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
THIS WEEK'S IS ON 21 to 50. apply in person. Jackson per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- BEAUTIFUL
SPOTLIGHT Mmt-A-Mart 1234 NW 16th chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461- wooded lots $2200 located HUGE MONEY-SAVING VALUES
2105. N. W. Others from S17$
Ave. up. Price AT CONNOLLY'S HUGE LOT!
CUEa STICK BILLIARDS Auto machinist wonted. Call I AT stud. champ, ideal time for FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.
your spring colts.
Write P. O. REALTORS
N. Main St. Mr. Yates. 372-3511. stud Box fee.415 for appt. Reasonable 927 W. Univ. 376-1231 I Guarantee 1964 3 Bedroom Mobile Home

According to Webster's Dictionary billiards is defin- BARBER WANTEDFR.

ed as: "any of several games played on an oblong 2-9976. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES DISCOVER This home is completely furnished, ready for

I ; table by driving small balls against one another or MECHANIC WANTED. 5V* days, LABRADOR Finance immediate living. Delivered and set up. Fam-

?ii,# :<' into pockets with but good working conditions. Barkley ed. 2 RETRIVER old. register. ily Planned Financing. Grand Opening Sale.
1 T1' a cue. according to Bob Motors. 2201 N. Main St. years Phone FR 6-9030. REAL TRAVEL

f' \ Sullivan it's all that and a game of skill and good bASSET male, 3 mos. old all shots Charges
.P.-\ ROUTE salesman for soft drink
.,.,. \I .1t1 clean fun. company. Must be bondable, ij>. _papers. Call FR 6-7184 after S PM. ADVENTURE !
Cu. Stick 25-38. Phone FR 2-8511 t to t ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe 3995
Billiards recently it's at
1' ..: opened doors with a weekdays. male. Welmaraner puppy. S75. Excellent Connolly's
new idea 'in billiards that girls can have just as SALES TRAINEE and delivery boy; health, all shots, A K C -
I champion line.
much fun at the game as boys. 40 hr. week & good advance 372-4459. I-
ment. Must have driver's license
Cue Stick has 7 tables available and at times & high school education. See, BASSET. 4 yrs. old papers AIRSTREAM
features Mr. Smith at Parker's 601 W. female. $100. 372-1439.
S tournaments.
.
Univ. Ave.SERVICE
Open 10 A.M. to 12 midnight, Bob Sullivan. Mgr. is Station attendant, reliable -- PUREBRED no papers. Boxer puppies for sale, 1964, 2 BEDROOM 52x10 :

I usually on hand to give free instructions to beginners man full time apply Shell I Call FR 20895. PREVUE .
Station, hwy 75 and state road 2'.'
,. & tips to the experts. SIAMESE kittens and stud service
Women's leagues now forming ONE of the largest firms in the registered, lilac, blue and chocolate
Join us soon. nation has opening in Gainesvillearea
point; $25 up. Williston 528-
I Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT for the right man between 6448. MOBILE HOME

ages 21 to 45. H.S. graduate or 1965 .
above good starting pay, excel DEERHOUND, A-l, S75 or trade
lent training program. unlimited I for A-l foxhound.

BILLIARD'S DINING-DANCING CAFETERIAS opportunities Retirement and for group advancement.Ins. bent Phone 486-1957. This Home is Really Nice. 2 Large Bedrooms.

fits. No experience necessary. FREE KITTENS. America's Finest Beautifully furnished and ready for you to
CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun FOR A fast good lunch or lust LONG'S CAFETERIA Call 376-6037 8 to 4 PM. after Phone 372-7184.
a cup of coffee ifs I Travel Trailer in.
4 PM call 372-5475. move
for not only Serving hours 11:15
young men til 2 P.M. end I
LARRY'S RESTAURANT PREMIERE SHOWING
BUT young women too. 4:10 PM. til |:oo P.M. 7
daysa THIS JOB IS AS 32 Mobile Homes For Sale
Bring your date 1225 W. Univ. Ave. week. I IN THIS AREA Low Down Payment -

Open 10 A.M. Mil 12 P.M. We've expanded I are open 24 313_W. University Ave.DININGDANCING. September 2127. 1964
,OS N. Main Street hours for your convenience. BIG AS A MAN 1958 45 x 10. 2 bedroom trailer, Up to 7 Years to Pay $3795 :
t Sandwiches or complete dinners good condition with awning. Phone DoiI78AMto6PMSunday
served In our dining room or CAN MAKE IT FR 67858.Lowest Sept. 27 12-6 PM Delivered and Set-Up
BABYSITTERSWILL COCKTAILS
Your future with our fast-growing
,
HUMPTY DUMPTYour prices easiest terms largest
curb. Open 10:30 A.M. company is unlimited If you can display In central Florida. Ready for your personal

BABYSIT in evenings to Midnight. UNIVERSITY INN qualify for this easy interestingand We trade for anything. Free de inspection the all new
..
rewarding position. You start .f
Cr on Saturday in home. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgas- livery up to 100 miles.FRAILER '
my 301 NW 13th St. your career at S10S salary plUS' Airstream fleet for 65.
board. Cocktail
729 N.E. 10th PI. Hour S to 7. 2 bonus paid train MARTHwy.17Openlto6 4:
FOR a fash sandwich. Ice creamor drinks for the price of 1. Dane- weekly as we The most superb travel USED
MOBILE HOME
you. You can advance fast to
lust a good old fashioned ing 'fl 2 AM. to Bobby Griffin's high paying management positions East Palatka Phone 3211430CCNNOLLY trailer ever built with fea-

DINING root beer. Stop by the Combo .. Richard Parkers orches- as hundreds of other men already tures you von't find on
A W ROOTBEER STAND tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-2442. have done. No need to transferor other trailers forbears to
at 2307 NW 13th St. for quick re relocate. Travel limited to 5
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? freshment. THE ORLEANS days a week in area close: to Mobile Home Sales, Inc. 2 & 3bedroom come! WE HAVE THE LARGEST AS LOW AS
Dine by candlelight in the delightful Happy Hour 5 to 7 P.M. your home. If you are between mobile homes. Many See completely new
atmosphere of IMANARO'S Serving 24 HoursKing Dancing to the music of the Cobras ages of 20 & 4$. own a car in floor plans. 7 year financing. floor and SELECTION OF USED HOMES
plans layouts .
RESTAURANT Wed.. FrL & Sat. nights. good condition and have High Drive out today. 3 miles South
specializes ;to Lasagna. Pizza size sirloin. 16 oz.. need we Steaks to perfection in the School education we urge you I to i of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.376Osn new ideas new inno IN CENTRAL FLORIDA ON MOO

,and other delicious Italian Food. say more???? 52SO.DUTCH Steer Room. get all these facts now. vations. OUR USED MOBILE HOME
4S60 NW 13th St. 376-'l'l
2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. TREAT see Try an Airstream on LOT LOCATED2MILES.I
Mr. V. C. Smith f a.m. to 3
p-m.
I 372-440 Closed Mondays. RESTAURANT SERVICE CALLS $5
the rood
GENERAL GAINES Thurs. Sept. 24. 164 yourself during SOUTH OF OCALA ON
Univ. Ave.
1802 W. Heating Air Conditioning
Florida State Employment Service this big event! I If you'veever
NOW OPEN Alan's New STEAK ROOM & Refrigeration Service U.S. 441. DOWN
413 S. W. 2nd Ave.
MR. SANDWICH SHOP Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Gainesville. Fla. ContractorAny dreamed of high adventure
Across from Univ. Post Office steaks make ond faraway
prepared to your taste or model window
Featuring our own roast beef sandwich ADVERTISE IN THl on our open h@anHoliday Inn NEED experienced roofers come units and household appli- places is the
In natural 5S cents ready to work 7 AM at 2314 NE now SAVE
gravy. HUNDREDS OF
NOW
!
ItOO $ $
/The best roast beef In town. S.W. 13th St. FR 6-1264. 19th Drive. | aiwes. Also we clean heaters. time to make all those $
Phone FR 2-5002 !
; travel dreams come true!

SHELLEY'S ITALIAN home SANDWICH of the Original DINE t DANCEDIRECTORY BOWLING Need Extra Money? __ I Refreshments! Valuable

door prize! All travel
Dial 375-4512 BOWLING at its finest at your
for fast free deliver PALM LANES starting Expenses? You up can'with earn School S2 1 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY I trailer questions answered! I

Also pizza Schlitz and Lowen- Open every night for your enjoyment or more per hour as full or CONNOLLY
brau tap. SI* W. Univ. Ave.
on from f A.M. to 2 A.M. part time Avon Representa
store at 1401 NW 1st Free For top WYATT
or our new nursery service. tive. Our Saleswomen earn quality workmanship I II
I Ave. 1404 Waldo Rd. 376-4654 fine weekly incomes' plus call


TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF Savings Bonds.money Earn with your AVON.expenses GAINESVILLE 372-6142 I TRAILER SALES MOBILE HOME SALES

ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE Write AVON"' P. O. Box 448, UPHOLSTERY I

I 3728441. Gainesville. ,Fla. or call ISM N.W. Urfc St. 1923 Silver Sprinqs Blvd.

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35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sate 35 Houses for SoleBY for :Sale ,

THREE bedroom, 2 bath CCB REDFRANKSREALESTATE FINANCIAL needs require the sale $65 per month includes taxes and I OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms HEIGHTS out Of
.traverse rods $750 down insurance. All GLADYSSMITH baths, convenient. BR, 2 bath study
pay of a 2 BR Cement Block homeIn city conveniences 2 large I
$83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive Northwest section. House sits built In G. E. Kitchens. $100 See at 1417 NW 10th Ter. family room II
THE TIME IS NOW off 39th Ave. on a well grassed shady lot. down VA, $395 down FHA includes Cent heat & 2 II
BY OWNER Pine MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON. Will come to reasonable terms. closing costs. Hugh Ed- BUY HAPPINESS STRETCH n$ $14,500, $1000 down.
Forest new EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area Call FR Mtt after a p.m. wards Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street. By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home SE 14th Ter. Bud I
brick, 4 Bdrm.2 bath, built-in plus attached garage. Superior; 374-7971. built in this area by 2-2984. ,
kitchen. $800 for
equityassume ALACHUA HOMES. INCPhone
FHA loan. 3762176. CCB Construction 3 large bedrooms. FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE 3725393Idylwlld 374-0630 3 BR. 2 bath. Irg. '
2 baths. Big Llvingroon EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a Walking distance of new Model Home Opening every Sun. paneled din-
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr NEWLarge with coverpftlo.fireplace. Nice entrance yard.fjyer.$ *. House with panelling charm, family beauty room cypress M Grade schooL Beautiful lot 3 brnxbath from 1 PJM. 5 P.M. beginning room back with fire-
2 contemporary horn New August 16. 3331 N.W. 2* PL yard
2-story home In new restrict. 000 with choice of financing. Cal floors,
parquet Japanese s hut- .
FHA financing. 374-2060 44-
EVERY DAY Compare cost with an other 3 or
ed residential '-Cs'CUSTOM-
area. Has 4 bedrooms ters. skylights. .near Univ. &
we have buyers asking for a 3 air cood.
House to Rent? 2 baths upstairs;' living P.K. Yonge. Designed by archi 3 brm. bedroom. 2 bath fully
br 2 bath central heat & cent. Near Finley extra lovely homes. 'YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY
dining kitchen family room, BUHT and designed by tect. For information call FR 2- air, wall to wall carpeting near 2 bath home. Lovely location. TIME owner nice 3 BR. 1t
study. & powder room down- local architect with ultra modern 0324FORDYCE Good for house In NW sec. ,.
Parochial & elementary Jr. Hi- financing ready oc
Florida Living In mind.
stairs. Immediate living with
occupancy. School. Must have FOR ONLY MM down and FHA rm. \\i
familyrm. cupancy.
Nearly 2700 ft. of large .
living
Phone FR 2-W&5 W. P. Ridge- sq. area Built in
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS plus 3 car carport. Central heat be spacious with Ig patio approval you can have Imme- Separate dining ,
way. bath in of
vacancy outdoor barbecue In excellent Tradition 3 brm. 3 home diate possession and ownership .
& $450 down and
Dream kitchen -
UNLIKE airconditloning. conditon. We have It please call Finley area. A lot mat has been the best value house for sale InN6 .
ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 with unusual eating are a. us and let us show you the landscaped with loving care. See Gainesville. 3 BR with air ; : paymentsPhone ,:
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit BR, 2 b. with tremendous screened io.Striking entrance foyer & pat- home. this one. Good price good conditioning. Paneled family room 5-30: P.M. s
U x 41 patio Is a dream. Must Large lot In Libby Heights. REALTOROPEN terms. joining living.dining area for ex- family room
be to be appreciated. -
seen
distinguished subdivision, huge lot. $35,000. Call -OS17.. COZY tra spaciousness. Electric range corner lot, Ex "
You'll enloy seeing It. Still time One bed rm home bi good condI- GLADYS SMITH and dishwasher. Back yard completely convenient
to pick your own colors. Call Claude M. ,"Red" Franks Realtor HOUSE tion, comer lot off Archer Rd.. enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. shopping. FHA
near U.F. & Med center. $7000. Call 374-4)47 for appt. to see at James Company.
7 -N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0117 at 709 N.W20th St. Come by and Realtor 2213 NE 7th Ter. .
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Member Multiple Listing see this home. Delightful long liv- COMFORTABLE Associates: Anna Hinson j
3723727.C&P ing room with fire place separate 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Virginia Power Caroline Noyes
dining room Florida room CB. home some furnishings. N.W. 1228 W. University Ave. 1
EVERY DAY until it is rented : and attractive bedrooms make 110.900.DO. Terms. Phone 372.5393REPOSSESSION MeCOY'S
PARRISHPRESENTS this a truly livable home. Located Bee.
near J. J. Finley School INCOME

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Realty And off day,NW Sept.22nd 20. St. 2-S o'clock. SUn- 3 Est Apt.,Income near, school low ,down corner paymt.lot. MACOMA INC. -
3 Bedroom House
$12400.

$40 per mo. .'. .. $1.33 ,per day DevelopmentCo. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home In Inspired patio ROMAN 4 BR, 2 bath, living INVESTMENT CENTRAL$9900 HEAT I In beautiful Suburban NW 43rd: St. tI
NE room w-flreplace Fla. room, Call us and let us explain how
location. Living room dining adjoining city limits.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day room and screen porch. Unfur family kitchen" 2600 sq. ft. Located you can Invest In the future of $500 Down-$75 Per Mo. ,
nished. Call in-a Fordyce lovely setting 374-1234.only 27,500. Gainesville. We have many list- 2131 N.W. 55th Ter. The Charming ( Livable .:i '
$55 mo. . $1.83 day Ings to offer you.
per per FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom, 2 bath RF 2-1362 I RANCHO GRANDE
Like an old brick fireplace and In- home in N. E. Central heat and A PREOWNEDhome 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2 bath large
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day door barbecue? See our special 3 air conditioning. Unfurnished.FOR with. advantages aglore.. 3 MaryMoeller study family living beautiful
BR m bath ranch style In N.E. bedrooms beautiful landscaping I room
Section. SALE fenced yard fireplace. Located in oak oak parquet
The price is right FHA Financing 3 room dining room
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day bedroom new concrete b I lock exclusive Florida Park. FHA avil- SUBURBANHEIGHTS parquet floor drapes in- included.
This one so well built a subcontractor homes. Outside of city limits. able. Call Fordyce 374-1234. 10% Down.
eluded. $30,000'1000
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day bought It. then didn't get Only 3 left for qualified buyers. BEAUTIFUL Parade Home
married. See this new 3 BR, 2 Priced under $10,000. Down.
bath ranch style in N.W. Gaines. TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom, 2 landscaped corner lot In Wood- Gainesville's Newest 4320 NW 17th PI. 28th Ave. j
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day ville. bath home. Large living room, land Terrace.' Ltgustrum hedge Realtor Prestige Address i
separate dining room family and redwood fence. 3 bedroom 2 Built for Those Who Desire "PLANNING
For the man who wants the best room with lovely fire place. BuiltIn bath with refrigerator. range and Only the Best.N. .
$80 per mo . $2.66 per day luxurious 2 BR 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Let estimate new
home Florida kitchen. Located In B I a ck washer included. Only $17,000. W. 43rd ft N.W. 17th PL us give you on your
room, separate dining rodrn and Acres.J. Call Fordyce-3161236FORDYCE AssociatesE.
Built by Four of custom, home.
Gainesville's
W. Moeller Foster Kesler
$85 mo . $2.83 other special features too numerous -
per day
per Dick Durbin Sharon Grant Leading Builders 6.7290
to mention on ,a large lot J. FINLEY AREA.... We have Call Gerald or V. Q.
In Ideal member of multiple listing FRED MASONA.
N.W.
location.Looking
$90 . $3.00 two nice 3 bedroom homes priced W. FLETCHER Nite FR 6-5015
per mo. per day to sell. Walking distance to J. & ASSOCIATES INC
for a building site? Among J. Finley and convenient to UnI-. Multiple Listing Realtor MACOMA HOMESW. Office located ot N. Main Blvd.
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day others lot we with have 100 a ft.beautiful frontage| wooded on versity of Florida. Grace.Associates Fordyce, Broker. STEPHEN FOSTER P. RIDGWAY

U. S. 44] South running 213 ft. Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden HEIGHTSLocated
JOYOUS LIVING Relax and enjoy -
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day deep with a well and septic tank life and your family In this O. C. Gay Dick Banks
already there. 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large Frances Hough Sarah Goulden at N.W. 37th Place &
Please living room wall to wall carpet 926 W. Univ. 376-1234 6th St. New brick homes under
let
us show you these and
and brick fireplace. Separate construction. Pick your own
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR many others we have available. dining room Florida Room, built- colors, etc. VA & FHA Terms.
in kitchen plus a lovely screened
Jack De Yot. ADMIRE
Reg. Broker j
patio on a large beautiful woodedlot.
by
Call 372 2511 or Come In
82S N. W. 13th St. THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN ,

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS CONVENIENT easy walking distance WIMBERLY ESTATES N.W.Capitol 37th Place Builders t ',th lac.Street SPACE
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to downtown. 2 bedroom Call 372-0341 374-77M
New er
Listing i
frame cottage on paved street Lloyd Myrick Bldr. -.
east of new Post Office building. .: ;:
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2V* bath mas- Properly priced for a cash deaL Offering more qualityfor I
onry home with 16* x 32 SWIM
MING POOL. Located In the NW Lovely acre wooded lots In excel less moneyW .. i;

35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale its.section This lust Is an outside exceptional the city buy lim at lent N W location. Restricted. 36th Ter. eff N.W. 39th I UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bath
Paved streets $3,950 and up.
24350. Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 er
MOVING TO JAX?
GREAT trade opportunity. Will CLEANFour LAKE FRONT ESTATE.4 bedroom by appt. 372-567 or 2-OSM..
trade beautiful water front bedroom, 2 bath home In 2Vi bath contemporary M.M.PARRISH HOME
home In Mayport area for your choice N.W. location, easy walk- home with central heating, air ftw.cues8'J'
Gainesville home or property. Ing to Liniewood conditioning Suburban Heights
School. New fireplace double carport -
Custom bunt for ferocious beach paint inside and out, terrazzo bomb shelter and large Living Room Space is a relative word which ity. We call home for
living. Hugh Florida Room. floors built In range and oven wooded lot. Just outside city lim- .
separate Family Room. .three central heat beautifully wooded its. BOBBY L Dining Room can have several meanings. At your money" phrase
bedrooms. .three baths. .Of. lot and established lawn. 3708 ASSOCIATES, INC.H. Master BedroomDressingRoom
fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. NW. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con- LOVELY 3 bedroom, m bath, split Wayne Hill Helen Graham Highland Court Manor we use it has become for us.
Many. .Many custom features. struction Co. 372-8965 or 372-6624. level masonry home located In Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish BRYANNow Family Room Den
Shaded by towering live oaks. the NW section lust Inside the city 19 N E First Street Tel 372.5375rOR 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms to mean ROOM-and lots of it. Check our today -
Will trade or sell outright. Con- 11m Its.- ONLY $15,250 with $700 Push _Button Kitchen
tact Hugh Edwards Inc.. Allan SPACIOUSCUSTOM DOWN. SALE 3 BR 1 bath CC" back in Gainesvilleto Laundry and Utility Room It means large lots, and homes then with

Donman. Sales manager. 3721551.ITIS built home on ONE ACREof home well. landscaped. completely serve you in all typesof screened-In Swimming Pool with plenty of usable liveable similarly (Our
natural beauty. Exclusive HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom fenced total price. $11,500. Call r errazzo. I Wail-to-WaU Carpet
A FACT neighborhood. Convenient to UnIversity house with 2 sleeping porches located 372-7437 or 3767826.W I!! '. Central Heat and enclosed area under roof. Over three start at
and new school. Many ex at 214 NE 5 Avenue. ONLY .Air Conditioning
The down payment can be arranged tras.see. Call for appoointment to $16.000 with $1,200 DOWN B & T Terrazzo 25 years of home-building ex- only $79.34 including :
to suit the Buyer on this beau- FRED MASON '
tiful 3 BR, 2 Bath CB home at John Merrill -L,, perience have taught us, how to principal, insurance
366t NW 16th Ave. Brand New T SELLING? c'' Company < 'PHONE "
on a wooded half acre lot. Cent. Realtor KINGSBERRYHOMES give you the maximum amount taxes and Tappanof
heat ft A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now GIVE US an opportunity to help -----, FR 2-8340-FR 2-3182 i
to see. you. We have prospects who are MULTIPLE LISTING 2605 NE 19th Dr.. Ask About Our room without sacrificing qualkitchen..) See today! ,
NOW'S THE TIMETo looking for your home. PHONE ASSOCIATESMARCELLA FR 2-1494 Phone FR 2-0881 Trade-in PlanGAINESVILLE'S

look at of the nicest PARDI
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homes available. 3 BR. 2 baths. ALACHUAREALTY W.H.BUCKHANNANNew The Regency 3 BR,
Just outside City on N. W. 39th 2-both entrance foyer
Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR DR. LR, family room,
with fireplace. See it and you'Uwant :
double carport central
It.DUPLEX Associates Homesin heat. GE kitchen full NE 23rd Terr.
635 N.E. 1st St. 3762441Arte
This Is a good buy. Extra nice In T. Smith. Realtor brick, on a large lot. 1736 YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY -.
good location close in. The Mabel Gore, Associate N.W. 39th AYe. $19.000 Phone
monthly Income justifies the 10% down, $122.00 per I BY
price. If you want a good Investment month.
then phone right now New Brick Homesby WESTVILLANW
to see. BROTHERS
UNIVERSITY I BUTLER

Builder 16th Ave. i The Powell 3 ER, 1 Vz

314 bedrooms, built-in bath, oak floors carport,
REALTY equipment cen. heat VA kitchen no at 37th St. central 1 heat bull brick ona ?

1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 down payment. FHA from $700 nice wooded lot. 1514 PALM VIEW ESTATES Why Pay ;
W. M.Associates Munroe. Realtor: down-no closing costs. N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, I

S. E. Mclaughlin, Frank Roby. Capitol Builders. Inc. $500 down. $86.49 per n
Roy_ McCann. T. C. Douglas. Jr. N.W. 37th Place ft ,tti Street WALTER STUBBSInc. month. r $
OPEN HOUSE DAILY 6,000 UP
Call 372-OM1 or J74-77M. I I OWN YOUR

NEW Built and offered by i LOW"FHA DOWN PAYMENT

3 ft.4 Bedroom Models In Phone 376-5394 THE JAMES CO. NOTHING DOWN VA

SHADOWLAWN $100 Closing Cost Now ,
ESTATESF. "We trade houses" Phone 372.2527 office $ .

MODELSNow .OFFERING D. OLIVER Phone 372-6441 home MONTHLY AND

Individual Styles For You,
t) Well planned living areas FERN WOOD MANOR PAYMENTS
a> Quality material I work- Gainesville's newest and most

Open manshipa luxurious apartment building . FROM
> A community you would be
proud to live In LAKESHORETOWERS
Daily 10-6 Drive West on N.W. 39th iii 12,250 P *"

Ave. past the Glen Spring In &"

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Homes ; 4ThiTake $7516 I
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styles: Brick and ., :!" !o,.' Tfat&K&ty
your choke of over s aYA 'y ,....;,,., :z -*"1 "
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3 bedrooms, 2 baths. I Kingsberry homes MA NU DRAINAGE PROBLEMS. f- r7 ::: a'

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Family rooms. $9,000 to $30,000 .;, \. '

ALL CITY SERVICES
All city conveniences and as little as .

services. NO MONEY DOWNon Large Lot C.E:

Beautifully landscaped. your lot LUXURY DIRECTIONS: Drive V/est' Radiant:
FEATURES INCLUDE: on $100 down VA$395downFHA Heat CarportAll --
16th Ave. Turn
Completely new designsfor Monthly paymentsas Swimming Pool Recreation Room -
low as Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat Left on 38th St. Real Terra io -

Gainesville area. Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities or, 39th Terrace. > Window:

North N.E. $56.00Several Storage Lockers Garbage 'Drop Chute and vow
on 15th new homes readyfor Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks !sties Ceilings -
Street to N.E. 30th Ave. immediate occupancy. 3 Elevators BUTLERBROTHERS ."'.

nue Turn right. INCLUDES CLOSING
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Telephone 372-7070 901 Weld. Rd. PRIVATE APPOINTMENT

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/ 99 nouses For o.. 93 nouses ror OJa.e 4" Qlore" r.rty 49 Rooms For Rent 66 Misc. For Sale 73 -MusfceJ Merchandise) "J

t 3. oedroom,- 1- bath. '4-room frame TWO bedroom- CCB-house with 13: HOMES FOR SALE LARGE room for working men SPECIAL 85 Automobiles for Sale :
I house close In. nice neighbor- acres Point Road. Call 2 It 3 bedrooms, FOR SALE AAora/ch B-ftat ciari- 85 Automobiles for Sal.
on Rocky SE 14th St. ft only Rent single or double. 414 JO high T.V. mast. All channel net. '.reconditioned. "In Automobiles; Wanter
hood. Ig. shady lot $9,950. 372- 34' after 5:00 P.M. 7th Ave. Small down payment NE 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 21"1. T.V. antennas. 50 antenna -wire. shape. S75.'Phone 372179t.Automotive excellent. 1963 and Ftirlane cheap. Can 500 376-0374 Good condition I
Terms. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. monthly $57 to $65. or FR 2-1185. or 707 ASSUME
payments
75 guy wire mounting bracket. NW 2nd Ave. afternoons after Balance 1962 Falcon, CARS WANTED. ifSO-54 Fords
37 Reel Estate Exchanged Also homes built on your lot NICELY furnIshed Private en- Stand offs everything you 4 P.M. auto. transmission very clean. It Chevrolet At Herndon Servke

with no down payment. Ph. trance, bath and parking space. Call Mr. Jones FR 4-5351. Station fU SE
.3765394.FRED ANXIOUS TO SELLI WAITI FR 1-4125. Excellent heat, business man or Only $18.95Also MUST SELL '56 Dodge was $32S 4th St.

graduate student. 1516 NE 7th channel master "Econo Kit" now $300. Call 372-362 after 5:30
j New Quality Hugh Edwards built P.M.
Have you considered exchanging? home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. St. After 4 P. M. 112.WILLIAMS 83 Motorcycles & Scooters I

Realtor Ernest, _....Tew......Realty.. Exchanger I i As$2,000 low down as or$43.will per arrange month termsto with ROOM section FOR, no man smoking.student Phone In 376-NW Hawthorne Rd.SERVICE CENTER 372-3937 1964 HONDA ISO excellent condition 162 Assume Fairtane payments.excellent Total condition.cost

[ ARNOLD 2906 N.W. 13th St. 374-4441. suit buyer. Located 643 NE I 0006. WE WANT TO buy late model used $C25. See at Shady Nook SHOO. FR 4-5472. SAFE BUYUSED
Trailer Park tot 1S. See at 3101
15th Street. I refrigerators. SKYLARK, 1964, 1,003 miles $200
41 Residential Income Hugh Edwards. Inc. IN WALDO furnished rooms for Exceptionally High SW 34th St. off Archer Rd. down.
trade-ins now given. carry on payments. Call
men with showers, linens and
REALTOR Phone 376-7971 maid service. Phone 468-1114. WILSON'S EXCHANGE TRIUMPH 1959, 500 cc. In good FR 2-7433 after 5:00 P.M.
Bedroom. 2 oath home. Also adjoining -
( rental property 200 ft. LOTSI NICE ROOMS, close In, central 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-647. condition. $325. Phone 378-1161. FOR SALE 'j* red Buick convertible CARS
:r $300 DOWN frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd am Interested In buying sever ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw CUSHMAN EAGLE, perfect con full power, needs top no
Ave. Will sell together al lots at the right price. Cad heat off street parking. Refrlg. _for sale. Call FR 62027.REPOSSESSED dition, recently completely overhauled A-C. $800. Phone 6-0252.
or
I Pay $41 like rent for this quality sagerately. 371-4115 available. 531 SE 2nd PL Phone
,2 bedroom home on corner lot in 314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 372-2582. Call 372-1624.. repainted buddy 1 e .t. USED car Valiant 1963 Signet 220. HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES ,

good N.W. area. Call 2-3522 today -, 4752. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 1164 White Design 0 Matic ZJg 4 dr. sedan white with factory
to see. Mobile Zag. does all fancy stitches and air radio. heater, auto trans..
50 HomesFORTFTRN1ED
42 Forms & AcreageBY buttonholes without attachments. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS seat belts. X500 miles factory /L* 2 door sedan, 6 cyl.,

NO QUALIFYING NOW RENTING ON tver Reliable party to assume only warranty remaining. Cost new OO COMET standard transmission
CONVENIENT to University. 3 Bedrooms OWNER to settle an estate. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex Lake, 52'x2 BR deluxe trailer &< 6 payments of SL20 each. Mik- CAR WAXING . $9.90 $3,100 sale price $1,775. No trade ,

,' oak floors. Needs redeco- 160 acre farm and some bUild- apartments large living and 12x36' (alousled porch, rubber elfs Sewing Machine Service Engine cleaning and upholstery in please. Ph. C. T. Newberry heater, extra clean I tan $ ] JTAPcolor
rating. Owners is 1350. ings. 35 miles west of Gainesville dining area, modern kitchen with 115 W. Univ. Ave. 37S-13S5. 373-4081 to see and drive.
equity 732 NW 1st St.
tile on floor Insulated celling cleaning. I 3V3
This be the bargain are on Fed. Hwy. 129, $130 per tan large storage closets terrazzo .
may you .acre. Call FR 4-5700. floors tile baths space heater large utility room. $65 per mo. QUAILS for sole live or AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up 1955 CENTURY BUICK. 2 tone PS
looking for. No
needed. appointment and hot water heater faclll Phone 473-4854 or FR 4-8316. dressed. Phone 481-2674. Special $2-50 for performancetest. & Brakes. r & h. two new tires. V& ton pickup, .
80 ACRES ties for washing machines and I bedroom trailer for rent. Moore All makes and models Very clean. $275. Phone FR 6- 61 FORD me$995
South of Newberry and West of paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Haven Park. 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. LET'S TRADE of Chrysler built cars. H awes- 7043. chemically sound. '
?., ,BEAUTIFUL US 41. nicely rolling with beau- Ter. or can for appointment 372- 3764164. your tired air conditioner for a Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning -
Leaded Jultti charm: and extras. Both tiful large trees. Partly cleared 5321 or 372-53M. rebuilt washer freezer refrigerator Servicing Center. 204 N. 1964 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY Impala, convertible:
.Jtouse Md grounds in top, condi- suitable for pasture or farm 51 Misc. Rentals or dishwasher. Main St., Phone FR 2-2561. COUPE local owner, fully equip 61 CHEVROLET radio
tion.. You'll enoy| living here. especially ing. Several lovely home sites. 44 for Rent A-l HANDYMAN SHOP pad Including air cond., 4.000 $100C
r priced at 115.500. Call for Only $120 per acre. Half cash Cottages FR 6-0267 actual miles, need cash money. heater light black 1 03
J appointment. Just listed. and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP. TRAILER SPACE 85 Automobiles for Sal 3600. New car delivered price gray top. .
) REALTOR, NEWBERRY. 1 BR. turn cottage on Santa Fe FOR RENT GRAND OPENING VMOO. Home PhOne FR 6- 4908. 2 door sedan
SPACIOUS I Lake all electric, tiled shower. $20 MONTH New & Used Office MachinesAll VOLKSWAGEN like new 1963 radio Bus. FR 6-290. '61 CHEVROLET
t $50 per month. Phone 372-5451 or Newberry Trailer Park, makes & models heater air conditioned rear standard transmission -
1700 ft. fireplace,
dining plus
sq.
36 acres paved highway front- 37J-J1A9. Newberry Fla. Typewriters Adding machines. speaker WW tires, low mflage SPECIAL I960 Falcon assume payments .
. -family room fully equipped kit. age, 4 miles of Alachua' only Cash registers Check protectors sacrifice price. FR 2-7255. total cost $350. Call FR 2-1 air conditioned, radio, $ | QQJT
chen and laundry. Huge two car 150.00 per acre. Call Ben Grit.; 45 Furnished File cabinets, calculators. 2337.
'I :garage. Large lot in S.W.location. fen. FR 2-8404 J. W. .Kirkpat-, Apts. 51-A Wonted T. Rent UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. FORD, 1954, runs good. $75. SIM- . I OTJ
Central heat and air -, condition rick Agency. aV F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. CA. 1959 almost new engine,
t 'Ing. Everything for gracious liv EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th SI. WANTED to rent or buy and take 2727 NW 6th St. good tires. $375. $450 for both. Impala 4 door 6
ing. $25,400 with terms. TOBACCO ALLOTMENT $45 per mo. Duplex for male over payments. 3 or 4 BR 2 bath 4ii NW 14th St., after 5 p.m. 59 CHEVROLETtransmission
GHchrist County. 120 acre farm. students 1010' W. Univ. Ave. house preferably NE section. Call BLACK-DECKER 6V* Inch electric I MUST SELLPONTIAC TROPICAL cyl.. standard
%i mile highway frontage, 2 bed- $90 per mo. Call McKINNEY 376-2109. saw, good condition. $40. Phone
ARNOLDREALTY room home. tobacco barn and I.I GREEN'REALTOR FR 2-3617. FR 2-1620 or FR 2-4379.. STARCHIEF, 1955 2 radio, heater, blue and $895
acre tobacco allotment. Excellent Or, hardtop, good condition, $200. PONTIAC
terms. 1204 N. W. 23rd Blvd.. 1 BR fur- 53 Office-Desk Space ATTIC SALE: Antique'chime clock Phone 376-5448. white, extra clean. . . . .

COMPANY ANGLE REAL ESTATECall nished apt. immediate occupancy. --SECURITY $20 S30;; antique bookshelf iron headboard shaveing stand$6; FORD 1959 2-dr. stand. trans.. V- 302 N.W. 8th Ave. Phoenix dart 4 door, radio

._...Multiple. Listing Member us for details $75 per mo. Phone FR 6-2472. 1105 W. BUILDING chest drawers S15; swivel chsir 8, economical to drive. Priced for FR 2-2583 ILfnnnPC
Ave. First
University Class
OU UUUwC
121t W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 C. L. Angle. Broker Weseman Realty.EFFICIENCY Office Space. Air cond. elevator Si; gas water heater in crate. Immediate sale will consider heater, power steering ,
Associates: Jane Caldweil O. J. Angle. Associate APARTMfeNTS $50 off-street parking. Janitor $30; reducing,machine, S25 dish- trade. FR 6-5592.
automatic tranimis-
Jim Sheppard Bob KalkmanF 4404 NW 13th St. 374-427 month. Phone 466-3448. service available. Call FR 6-6406 es, Xmas gifts misc. "Ox-bow". RAMBLER 1963 I owner perfect power brakes $995
W. Hodge Jimmy Greene or FR 2-3419. Newberry Road. FR 2-1067 after condition. $500 down will accept sion air cond. beautiful blue and
Walter Stoddard 20 Acres, paved rd. $12800, terms. CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment ,
12 acres paved rd. $4800 across from Campus, couples on- TWO offices, 5 weekdays. anytime weekends. older car for down payment. take BARKLEYMOTORS
lust first
completed
: 1600 acres within 10 miles of'town ly. Call 372-2830 tor details. class. 360 sq. ft. to each office, GOOD clean GE Filterflow Deluxe up payments. Call FR 6-3341 or door,
63
MERCURY ttStf
TOP EXECUTIVE & with paved rd frontage priced for THREE rooms bath downtown S75 per month each. Located washer. Call FR 2-2436 after 376-9257. :

PROFESSIONAL CLASS the Investor. area. adults no pets water furnished 2615 N.W. 6th St., Nationwide 5:00 P.M. CHEVY Impala '64. New $2495
Ranchettes Th acres $5500.00. 2- Insurance, FR 6-2524. loaded blue and white . . .
THE UNIQUE CUSTOM $55 per month. FR COSCO feed & play table $6; play 2,750 mi $2600. CoIl FR- ,
: BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE 4621 or FR 2-1633. pen & pad M; twin bed $15; "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
MaryMoeller 54 Business Rentals B-4 bag (a luggage piece) $10 6-4405. white, low
apartment large BR. 62 VOLKSWAGENclean
BEAUTIFUL THE NAME"
umbrella type clothes line $12;
CORVETTE. 1960, excellent shape mtleage extra
kitchen & dining rm. combination -
0 Jamaica-style pace setter Realtor huge bath & screened porch. LARGE Shop building. Long term car top luggage rack $10; 620 sek or trade. 4 speed transmission 2201 N. Main St. ,
:[ living room Water elec. & swimming pool lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th NW 36th Ter. 376-4131. new white wall tires. Phone FR 2-4373 radio, $1350
Forty foot Florida Ave. FR 6-5568.
.. Luxurious master room 101* W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 furn. No children. pets or drink- KEEP your carpets beautiful despite 376-8089. heater . . . . .
suite with
.. Ing. Near Interstate 75. N e w. SMALL warehouse for rent. constant footsteps of a busy MERCURY convertible 1960 power
walk-in closets dressing 100 acres fenced and cross-fenced berry Rd. $100 per mo. Phone family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent 2 door radio heater
., high and rolling perfect for horse DAN BYRD steering brakes, windows & FOR THE CORRECT 7AO .
room; built-in.vanity wall 372-2105 or 6-1146. electric shampooer $1. McDan- seats. Large engine. A-l cond. FALCON
cattle farm. 3768268.FOR
end. shoe closet ranch or Gainesville 62 one owner this $
FORDYCE 8. ASSOCIATES INC. lell Furniture Co., Call 376-0096. TIME ,

'. 'Fabulous kitchen.and breakfast REALTORS 46 Unfurnished Apts. building LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. Store Shopping Center. MERCURY Montery 1955. Very car is priced to sell . . . 895 '
utility room W.
t workshop Univ.
.24 W. Univ. 374-1234 Ave. Price $800 PRE SEASON SPECIAL until FR
area per mo. Call Hershall Haynes, size clean. $400.FR 2-1411 4 door radio heater
Oct. If only. Living room '
UNFURNISHED Duplex near campus 6-2895 ,
FR
Twenty-six foot closet wall 300 acres Includes high wooded 6-2641 or B. F. Mlzell, FR LP GAS HEATER, plus our gas 01 FALCON
3019 SW 34th Way. Familyof
:. Guest suite with sunken,tub hammock small prairie with run- 2 or 3 only water furnished "7551. 2 cylinders, plus complete normal MERCURY. 1955. 9 passenger station Courtesy Of blue, an
Paneled library with fireplace ning creek. 7 miles west of SMALL business office Installation, ready to heat radio, heater $795
'.' no kit. equipment $45. Phone FR or space located wagon AT University ChevroletN.
economy special . . . .
Call
r. Gainesville $300 per acre. 2-9901 In 1600 block West Univer- economically, all for $46.65 total good tires one owner good con-
'. Two landscaped patios 1 376-5102. sity Ave. For more information cost. (only $15.55 down). dition. Call 3722340.VOLKSWAGEN Main; St. at 16th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN. custom 4 door radio heat-
acre lot In''most select 1 BR, Llv. room. tile bath. dinette _phone FR 6-3012. PROPANE LP GAS 62 COMET ,
kitchen. No children or pets. Archer Rd- FR 6-5110 1959. Perfect eng-
neighborhood Available Oct. 1. Phone FR 2-4857. FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE ine. all deluxe features. real bar er, extra clean $ '
.. Scads of sky light so houseIs FOR SALE IN space. call John Merrill Realtor. CHAIRS dining desk use. 4 contour gain. Call after 5 weekdays all beautiful and white I 095
green . .
_372-1494. shape. walnut finish $6.50
csheerful In Sun. 376-2033.
even gloomy Fur day
PARADE OF HOMES 47 Houses for Rent .
weather ea. Also 2 elec. hassock type rusted. Best
IMPALA 1958
',. This house Is Ideal for THREfcbedroom. 2 battiThous. on 59 Money Wanted fans. s> ea. Elec hair clipperset offer over $225.Coll .body
lavish or casual entertaining 3 BR 2 Battt Colonial Horn I Silver Lake near Keystone. $4. 372-3481. 376-0674. CRANE LINCOLNMERCURYUSED
Central Heat & Air Cond.. 2 RELIABLE
wishes
to borrow
Never have persons -
% you seen so 376-2615. ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under-
much cabinet and drawer Car Garage Fireplace 10% $2500. Balance needed above '60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent
$55. Good
space under one roof. Down Payment. SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages amount bank has financed. Write wood office typewriter 372-6738 after 5 cond., one owner, many extras. CARS
Three-car Total modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two _Box 585-A c/o Gainesville Sun. condition. Phone Priced right. Call FR 6-7824.
garage. bedroom avail. Sept. I. Phone p.m. MILLER-

square roof footage 6.000 under McKINLEY GR 5-5375 Melrose. 61 Wanted to Buy CLARINET. wooden, b-'jt. reconditioned MERCEDES BENZ 190 SL. 1956. 516 S. MAIN ST.

Happy to show by appointmentonly. Construction Co. 4 BR home next to County Park $25;'Detecto t>joy scale $3; Must sell. Blue with red interior BROWN VlfI
Hawthorne Rd. $100 mo. COINS WANTEDAll rubber foam bed pillows $1 ea. Firestones, clean inside l> .U .
on per new
elec. 1030 ;;: OPEN 'TIL 8 P.M. FR 6-2425-2-3531
376-2258 Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 or U.S. and foreign silver Remington Roll a matic out. Call after 7 P.M. 372-3216. E. Univ.
372.1987 FR 6-4405. dollars, sets shaver $5. 376-t 39.WESTINGHCoSE FR 2-3582
proof and 1955 1955 FORD CONV. good top, good
ONE bedroom house for rent, 1 ml. half dollars. washer, $50. 24" tires, good looking. Fully equipped t
------ past Stengel Field on left 'Ue of REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP Console TV, HF, $70. 24" cut priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St.
road. For further information, lot W. University Ave. self propelled lawn mower. $60.

OPEN HOUSE contact FR 6-1467. CASH for your used appliances All 1736 In anytime.good condition. Call 312- 1957 rebuilt PORSCHE excellent COUPE condition, completely FIRST SHOWING OF 1965 RAMBLERS

t 3 BR furn house at 1731 NE 55th furniture clothing, etc. Call Williams throughout. See. at 2115 NW 7th
Terr. be seen from 2 'till Service Center Hawthorne REEL type Johnson lawn mower.
May after 1 P.M.
Beautiful new solid brick, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dark. Rd. 3723937. '. v Hotpoint automatic stove. 1)62 PL 'WED. THUR. FRI. SAT.
dishwasher.Call .
Kenmore portable 55 CHEVROLET, standard transmission
home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. INDIAN head pennies Lincoln's 3721827. I 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- FREE COKES FREE COKES FREE COKES
and custom built kitchen cabinets dollars old style paper money SEWING MACHINES tion. Call 372-6638. 1815 NW 7th
range, and gold coins. W. A. CarltonJr.
PL
3 BEDROOM house-2 blocks from Trade-ins priced from $9.95 up.
large .storage and utliity room. Double car- Univ. campus. $95 per month. Ph. 466-3365. UNITED SEWING CENTER 63 OLDS J etf ire, fac. air. turbo REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES

port with curved' drive, sodded lawn. Excellent Call FR 6-8222 before a.m. 64 Household Goods 611 W. University Ave. charged. 4 speed loaded. John ,
All Work Guaranteed Pierson, FR 2-8743 or see at 1122
3 BR. I bath unfurn. house. Kit.
location. Immediate occupancy with small equipped available Oct. 1 $85 per T-A-G SIMMONS Hlde-a-way bed beige NW 4th Ave. DRAWING SATURDAY SEPT. 26, 3 P.M.

down FHA down VA. mo. Call 2-8404.' APPLIANCES vinyl, like new $75. 3510 N. W. '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with
no Cookware
payment payment Tested and Guaranteed 33rd PI. Phone FR 6-8943. air $1,300. STUDENT SPEC- 2-FIRST PRIZES-15 Piece American Star Waterless

Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. THREE Ave. $90 BR. mo.1 bath.Call 1242 McKlnney-NE 6th 42, Refrigerators Ranges from from $39$39 up up FOR SALE MOVING FROM CITY. ClAL '54 Plymouth perfect cond 2-SECOND PRIZES-15 Cup Automatic Coffeemaker

CALL Green Realtors FR 23617. 17 Washers from $'9 up 2 matched grey stud ponies. $125 43,000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone 1CVTH1RD! PRIZES-9-Piece Beverage Set
YOUNG AMERICA HOMES S Dryers from $49 up for ages 6-11 yrs. 2 saddles. FR 6-4405.
2 BR. screened porch. Ig. yard. for 2 Pood-Freezers from $99 up $60. Ponies & saddle must be sold WINNERS NEED NOT BE PRESENT
station
a.ase165.. $110 monthly. Available 1957 Cross country Rambler
3727070COMPARE 2 Dishwashers from $49 together. Beauty shop hair dry-
up
now. Weseman Realty. 815 10 TV Sets from $35 er. 3 speed, $25; deep freeze, 350 wagon excellent condition. $500. -
NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.up lb., $200 brown couch, 3 PC. Call FR 65950.19MtORVAI .

--- - UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 sectional. $60; 2 ton air conditioner COME SEE.COME -
-
per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 water cooled for businessor SpMerconvertiWe: -
per mo. Call 37674667 NSuNTPRICES home $200; aquarium complete Qaytona blue. radio heater 4 : .
with" twaten filter air speed transmission. wire wheel : be'$ ew -
ROOM. 2 story 3 BRa IV* baths tubes, & fish. $15 a child's road covers bucket seats, 4.000 miles. SAVE!
; $130.00 per mo. Garage. 555 NE racer set. fine for X-mas gift, Take over payments. Phone 376-
7th Ave. GR 5-5032. $30 2 red chenile- bedspreads, 4339 or 372-9776. I : -

'\ THREE bedroom, 2 bath. house We undersell everybody.HENDRIX desk new, twinsize$5; sewing, $15 machine' student's, $10. i 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon, 4 The 1965SENSIBLE
with Fla. built In range.
THESE HOME VALUES room Call only between hours 7:30 to dr., V-8 A.Tradio, heater pow-
Phone
$120
N.W. Section. mOo
per like A bargainat
new.
FURNITURE 12 A.M. 372-0652. This ad will be er steering
BEFORE YOU BUY 4681177. Waldo., CO. run for 3 days. $1950. Call 372-9607 before 5:30
NW 5th Ave. at 10th St.
372-3251 after 5:30 P.M.
2nd P.M. or
3 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW EARLY AMERICAN sofa and ,
Ave. Phone 376-3401. CLEAN used refrigerators for sale. matching chair $70. Phone FR 6- '" ->t' 9? :";;" >
,
> Vif.j"r ,
Phone 372-5002. ,,. ,
", T
SAVE THREE bedroom house with stove 8711. t << v. .
and refrigerator furnished. Avail FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 DANISH MODERN sofa bed and Value Rated v
able last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14th oat. with heater ,
llmfflllh1Ilmlll1lmIIImmrnIunm1n! The following are now under gas attached also matching chair $35. Brown, beige
Ter. s'15 mo. on lease. Wese 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete and black stripe, walnut finish. Used Cars
The following are ready for construction and will be ready man Realty. FR 6-2472. with gauges 2 crane shallow Phone 376- 209.

occupancy. for occupancy soon! 2 BR house for leas, $125 per Jewelry well Co.REUPHOLS'D.pumps. Inquire Lewis B&G MOTOR CO.
mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. 70 Boats-Marina Equip. -
3330 N.W. 28th Ave. Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. Bahama lounge, Cadillac Oldsmobile -t* -

4 BR.. 2Vk baths $1250 dn.. IIJIIIIIIIII 11111II". ..M 3 BR. 1 bath. CCB house cent. Cedar blond wardrobe coffee table. S H.P. Johnson, excellent condition; 2001 NW 13th St. L -v-4 A AAA&A ,.
ala per mo. heat. stove. walking distance Llt- drop leaf table and 4 $85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP ,_ : l

tlewood. Westwood. $120 m r. 3-pc.chairs, apt., size electric range Johnson or Evinrude. Phone 376- ...-.-- b $ _...-.L_............. I .1' .. ... __. J
glider set, and other house-
3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120 & 4121 Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th hold items. Nu 9733.
Nearly Furniture. 4 door
3 BR 2 bath. $600 dn. $87 N.W. 19th Dr. Ter. Phone 376-1374. _311 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-4892. 1510" Sportscraft boat & Johnson 62 BUICK LeSabre transmission. '
per month. diningrm. 25 hp. motor. Original price sedan automatic 'YWVyyv yyr
3 BR, 1 bath living rm., 61 WESTINGHOUSE ry
brakes
3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn. Mlper ., kitchen screened porch; refrigerator $2.000 will sacrifice for $200. power steering. power
pnntinmimnnniiimiininniiiniimiiiiimiiqSHOWN, cross top freezer 10 cu. ft. $90. Phone 376-7882. radio heater air conditioned.
$110 with lease. NE 10th
month.
Ter. 376-6957.per mo. Sears Kenmor fan 20". Phone low miles. .._. .. ........$239
BY ADVANCE 376-8909. 17 COBIA FIberglas' cabin cruiser
APPOINTMENT ONLY 3 bra 2 bath N.W. S120.00 C.B. 100 HP, Merc motor Tradewind MELTON MOTORS SPuTAcULARSll1l44441
4119 & 4127 3 br. 1 bath N.W. $120.00 C.B. DELUXE Frigidaire electric range. trailer with curtains and screens
517 E. Univ. Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. 3 br. 2 bath N.W. $150.00 C.B.MaryMoeller. like new cond.. 2 ovens, deep for entire boat. Also with all 783 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7571
Large. comfortable home for well, auto. timer, Ig. stora g e equipment required by law. Plus r
drawer, $79. 372-2998. extra Prked rioht for Info.
a large family. 4 BR. 4 acces.
5 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn.. $74
baths up living room. family month. SPRINGS for double bed, head- call FR 21129. 7 to i AM and 7 AA
room. parlor dining room. per board and frame (no mattress to 9 PM. POOLECABLEMOTORS : A A MA AAhA

dinette screened porch. BR. Realtor foam rubber pad for double bed; 1964 17 FT. Owens fiberglass boat
kitchen, tVt baths clown. IlmWnHsllbbmuhlllhlIiBlBlffihiltI! draperies, white lined for large complete with top and side &
1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 sliding doors; fiber glass drape. ARE HERE AT
phone.conversation necessary rear curtains, 85 HP Mercury motor
FOR RENT OR SALE 4 room ries for email windows,.gold and Murray trailer. Many
ALL OUR HOMES ARE house in Keystone Hts. Small pink green and beige large bird extrasl Same as new ran 20 DODGE-DART
first.Norwood OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. equity take up pay. or rent for print; maple stool 'cane seat. hrs. Will sacrifice. Call 6-5381. TRUCKS RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Phone 372-3117. .
JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF $40 per mo. Nice location for retired ext. 320 evenings. ext. 341 days.
couple. Apply it house be- BEST OFFER- TAKES antenna, lit SE 1st Ave. 372-4343
YOU WILL JUST CALL. NEW TANK AND REGULATOR.
hind Clay Electric Ruby's complete dbl. bed. apt. gas stove
Hope"H" Beauty Salon 2.bUts. from BusI- 30 gal. water heater, elec. Ironer pressure gage. $100. Call Ronnieat
ness Center. ell neater, 321 NE 3rd St. 964-1482 or 964-3661 and Me-
Coy Lumber FR 2-4361. RAMBLER AMERICAN
I Inc. 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 4 ROOM house $34 per mOo Inquire I GAINESVILLEAUTO
FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7789 lot SW 2nd Terr. Phone 376- 66 Misc .For Sale. 72 Office Equipment
We Trade Homesor 4827 before PM.ADVERTISE. SALES
ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw I
Property _for sale. Call FR 6-2027; COMPARE OUR PRICES 1007 N. Main St. Lively Newv'
IN THE Save Machines
on Typewriters Adding Phone FR 2-6313

SERVICE_ __ DIRECTORY_ ____ ._ RUMMAGE SALE Check Protectors. Cash CompactEconomy
u u n
COMPLETE 5-gaL aquarium; 2 Registers Calculators File Cabi Northcentrol Florida *
power mowers; 2 beds 2 cots; nets. LargestIndependent I IiI.ai
gas model airplane; go-cart; easy We buy used office machines. I King
: washer; sofa 8> chair; tools; pats UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP & Dealer -
'
7-I SERVICES and pans, and odds, and ends.. F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. -.--- Has Spectacular
FR 6-3515. J7J7 NW 6th St. I
SEWING MACHINE w New Zing for '65

Singer Zig Zag. Used. like new 73 Musical MerchandiseBAY
condition with Instructions and 1964
guarantee. $64.10 Balance. Dealer.
3727680. upright mirror piano
Home And Business
good tone. 372-3341 or -
..
FOR SALE 35 mm Argus C 3 -------- ----------------
F-3.5: camera with case $20. In- 3769257.WILL .

quire 2832 NE 11th Tar. transfer to responsible party FORD

Bulldozing: HOME REPAIRS ELLA'S CERAMICSBeginning choice pianos. of Pick four up spinet payments or of console Wor- RAMBLER CLASSIC V-8 or 6

SMALL. bulldozer loader dump HOUSE REPAIRS .. PAINTING new classes 9 A.M. litter Spinet Piano trade back
trucks fill dirt time rock. Top 20 yrs. experience til 5 PJM. Closed Thursday. save $220. Wurlitzer Organ WithSound
soli. Phon 377-7844 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5561 i. motion pick up payments All New
Phone 376-0191 .
we have a piano to fit CLEARANCE
FOR SALE new beautiful full any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., .
Heating I Upholstery length wedding dress and several 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. InterrncdiateSize!

Air ConditioningALL I party dresses size 5. with matching SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at _--_- ; <; Spectacular Styling

UPHOLSTER your turnlture at shoes size 6. Will sacrifice. $..,5. Rebui-t mall Grind Piano, _
Types Residential Oil Heating reasonable price Call Sally. Pnorte :37S-266S. $650. Also another truck load Of SALE .-J and Performance,
Equipment Cleaned Serviced. Experienced. FR 6-9888. 4248 SEARS Kenmore oil heater. iiCOO those tine factory rebuilt pianos -
Call T. S. (Tommy) Howie. N, W 13fh Tar.Remodeling. BTU. like new. S7S; gas stove WO fully guaranteed arrived today. I Sensible Rambler
FR 29961.Mortgage. NE FR 6- We invite to visit w
See at 1336 7th St. Ph. you cs for all
9105. your musical needs. Extra Values!

BrokerMORTGAGEMONEY LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE
SEWING MACHINE ,
DO YOU NEED. Florida room. extra 1'64 Automatic Zig Zag. Works buttonholes 112 SE 1st Street SHAW

room more room roof work and fancy stitches. In FOR SALE used console piano extra ----------
5Vk per cent Interest. Terms to or maybe a complete new home? nice cabinet. Balance 131.12 or nice. We lust received another -
25 years. For a free estimate & guaranteed S6.40 per month. load of good used upright piano -
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall work phone Carl C. Dealer 372-76(0 from Boston. Make your selection -

Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Waters. 3724949.EXPERIENCED. CARPENTER REPOSSESSED Zag and attachments.- Singer Round port.bob-Zig gone. Terms MUSIC now before for CENTER an.they GAINESVILLE 1025 are W.ail & I I RAMBLER AMBASSADOR V-8 or 6

FHA and conventional Paint In. sews forward and reverse over
at lowest and
repair Univ.
|lobs performed Ave. 372-5421.
by
current rates. Terms to 25 carpenter who loves his trade. pins and needles. S6 per mo. bat. TOP DOWN TOP-OF-THE-LINE SURPRISE FOR 1965
Auto Glass win ance S36. Mikelfs Sewing Machine ZENITH 120 base
a years. gladly discuss at no CALL FR 6.4907 accordian. like KEETER I
obligation. Call tomorrow. Service. 115 W. Univ Ave. 371- new cost $500 win sell for

AUTO GLASS Is our only business. J. W. KIRkPATRICK. Realtor Paper Hanging Painting 1355. $175. Aba 48 base $75. H 1.1-
31 N. Main St. PIFR 2-8494 Tile of All crest Trailer CU Lot A2.
J Immediate Installation Kinds Linoleum DO IT YOUR SELF FIT'mk. Sensible
tree pickup delivery. Add FRED B. ARNOLD Dry Wall Work .a top 1SX2T* boards, ... SPINET PIANOS I
beauty & value to your- car. REAl lOR C. C. GREEN Make table cutting board vea. 2 spinet pianos with matching 238 W. University -
-
MAUl DIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. FHA Al.D CONVENTIONAL Mcintosh, Fla. 5913361 bins etc. Gainesville Auto Top benches and new -- Handling EaseSpectacular
_32> .....W. 61t\ St. FR -2558.' LOANS ihep. possessed. warranty re-

-- 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522F. RoofingC. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew Gridley Music Co. Phone FR 6-5371 I fr

AutoEqupmentHYDRAULIC H. A. a, Conv. loans and Used SM GainesvIlle Shop Center 372-5353
..... FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES", INC. L HARREll. Complete line ef phot sweetie -"P ____
JACKS rebuts I REALTORS Contractor FUU.EITS FOTO INC. Big Look!
etctrangedRepair Us' tor I w. .' rn-\nt For all your roofing needs and repairs
.. factory *rtnorb- dF ; can us anytime.FR T-V antenna S3 single stack S7 1965 ENGLISH '
FORDS
:4'lts ARE
Hydraulic Jack I EQUIPMENTSAVE 6-7745 double stack, 113.00 complete kit. HERE,,
ServlcV Aoent. HUIL'S. BRAKE Jim Voytes 4lf NW Ills Ave. ,
SUPPLY W*: *. I' *
SERVICES Mochia
Sowing Repoir "
DOWUNG'S -
UPHOLSTERY SEE i
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69 80% BLEND
PREFERRED BLEND
Hudson OLD CROWSTR.
90 PROOF GIN Bay
J.T.S. BROWNSTR. IMPORTED SCOTCH KY. BOURBON

Charred Oak a: KY..BOURBON II ,Old Fitzgerald Calvert ExtraTHE

8 Yr. Str. Bour. / l BONDED KY.BOURBON SOFT WHISKEY

Haller's 8 Yr.r s BOOTH'SHIGH t V SOUTHERNCOMFORT JIM BEAMSTR.
= & DRY GINIMPERIAL tLAS KY. BOURBON
Reserve .BlendGlenmore ( J
t1c 100% LIQUEUR Bacardi Rum
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VODKA &tia'DrJ REG.4.90-39.75 CASE REG. 7.15
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ENGLISH A 69 PINK NEW YORK CATAWBASWEET STATE OQc DIXIE NEXT DOOR TO LIQUEUR" 0 I
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DRY GIN H- 5TH WINE 5th SHOP.CENTER G. C. MURPHY'SWHY REG. 10.00 PER QT.



ABC PRICES BRINGSLOWER LIQUOR TO LIQUOR FOR LESS PRICES HERE!ARE! RAISED BORN

GAINESVILLEHIRAM ELSEWHERE!!

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MR. BOSTON 86.8 PROOF

WALKERS J PINCH John BeggBLUE PARKS 3011U1R \

PRIVATECELLAR 86 ,PROOF "A" BLEND CAP TILFORD
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FLORIDA RUM RED LABEL
Crawford'sIMPORTED Charcoal ii

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ABC GIN

BONDED SCOTCH ..e t OLD PARRIMP.
EXTRA DRY
+' BOURBONYELLOWSTONE STRAIGHT BOURBON
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100% Proof Ky.Bourbon L HEIDSEICKDRY
Reg. 6.40 55.95 Case T 5TH I MONOPOLE- Reg.7.85""*" 5THPROOF
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BUT NOBODY
= Muscatel 379FULL SELLS WHISKEY I |%B BOURBON 6 YR. STR. KY. BOURBONCharme17 .

White Port GAL. Aged 3 Times Longer Than Star
PINK-WHITE FOR LESS America's Leading Bourbons
FEDERAL
SPARKLINGBURGUNDY FULL GALLON REG. YESEYYE. Imp. French Brandy
THAN 5.95 s T. W. Samuels

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Gentleman "Q
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REG.'-1' $4 BLEND UI Sir. Ky. Bwrbwl CARSTAIRS-P.M.
11l.TRfArtf Four Roses CHARRED OLD CROW BEER CASE 24
4.69 OAK 8 Yr. 4.79 KESSLER 12 OZ., CANS
3.99 319 5th OLD
SWEET or DRY FULL QUART GERMAN 3.69
MARIO TRIGONI I 89c /. qt. .O.NU Ko -FULL QUART' FULL QUART BLENDED Reg.
SWEET or DRY r o REG.J.5I WHISKEY 4.60 37.95 CASE
ROMA .. .. ... 9ge % qt. im REG. J.5I to PROOF U'Reserve 111M Park-Tilford GENESEE 3.89
SWEET OR DRY Gilbey Gin Haller's 8 yr. CllarcMI FroerN .
CHRISTIAN BROS. 1.19 5th Ronrico :Rum '3.99. 3.89 VODKA. KING SIZE ABC.- ..IXTRASTRENGTH BIER. _."of .AU..1"... ;O.pyGOE'BELS O QO
IMP. DRY or SWEET 3.99FULL
ROBBA. oc. .. .. 1.395th Fuu.QuART I FULL QUART QUART . 3.99

IMP.BOISSIERE DRY or SWEET..... .. 1.795th. Old Hickory 12[ $% MORE. IN QO RTS I RUPPERTSDem SCHLITZ 4.99

.. 6 YR. STR. BOURBON FULL FULL
MARTINI ROSSIIMPORTED REG. 4.9041.88 CASESCHENLEY PAY PINTS DECK PINTS SKI NORWEGIAN IMPORTED

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