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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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1 4 Sun Staff Writer

TALLAHASSEE U. S. District Judge G. Harrold

Out of ControlAs Carswell refused Wednesday to dismiss a suit to integratethe

Alachua County schools, filed by the NAACP for
brush fires blaze out of control in southern .California parents of 14 Negro and white Gainesville school children.

a silhouetted cross marks the doom of a retreat- Judge Carswell's ruling stopped !

house in the mountains above Santa Barbara (photo .. a school board move, which
above.) :Meanwhile (at right) firemen battling to save t tr would have knocked out the suit ThurmondTo

, a home in Aqua Caliente spray water under truck to .". in preliminary stages, possibly
. wash away leaking gasoline. r avoiding trial.
J 4M Be Here
, Judge Carswell indicated he 1 f
Y Q thinks Gainesville must tail in !

Calif. Fire Blazes X 4 ya ,>', line with Pensacola, Tallahasseeand October 16 ;
Panama where
\ City, Negro
children have entered formerly
\ 'fI all-white schools.He Sen. Strom Thurmond of I
While Flee South Carolina will be in
People indicated that if Alachua
,..f.- Gainesville October 16, duringthe I
.. ,. County does not show him a
? ${ University of Florida home-
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good-faith plan to comply with
SANTA BARBARA Calif. mild the coming .weekend, it was an- I
were
temperature ..,.. i: law, he may write a plan I
(AP) A huge brush fire Then the Santa Ana the "" for the county. nounced today. I

blazed out of control today in "devil wind" of Western lore Actually, Gainesville schools The Senator from South Carolina

the mansion-studded suburbs of hit. In eight minutes the mer- already are integrated. Ten Ne- who recently bolted the

Santa Barbara, razing homes, cury was at 90 degrees, the gro children including some Democratic Party to join theRepublican's
college dormitories and a winrf. 50 1'n n h -
whose to the effort to elect
--- -- --&"--- parents are parties
monastery. suit were accepted this termat Barry Goldwater President, will
Hundreds of persons evacuated four Gainesville public probably attend the Universityof
just ahead of the flames. The schools. South Carolina's University -

fire, pushed by 50-mile-winds, LBl 'Tainted'-Barry; However, this fact did not of Florida football game

struck suddenly Wednesday come before the court at this during one of Florida's most

night after heading first for. time.Winston significant political weekends.
open country beyond the city. Arnow, school board
Witnesses said at least 37 attorney, attacked the NAACP Mrs. Jayne Butterworth, the
homes or other buildings have Humphrey: Barry A 'Blur'NEW complaint on' several grounds, State Republican Committee Wo-

been destroyed, though the U.S. trying either to knock it out en- man from Alachua County said
,
Forest Service could not con- tirely or limit its effect to those this morning, "We just learned -
firm it. An estimated 500 per- children whose parents are par. last night that he was com

t sons have been evacuated from YORK (AP) Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, cam- WICHITA Kan. CAP) '-Republican 'presidential.norni- ties.At ing in and until we receive "
their homes. paigning along the sidewalks of New York, said today that nee Barry Goldwater"'charged Roads-jammed with evacuees Sen. Barry Goldwater "is giving us neither a choice nor Sol'' Estes scand llstill marks President. Johnson's admini- by the NAACP as'a suit Thurmond's visit, we just don't
halted pumper trucks trying to an echo but-a.baffling, bewildering blur." stration. on behalf of all school children, know what his plans- will be."

reach blazing homes. "No man asking the American people to elect him' as Campaigning across the Farm Belt, Goldwater de- white and Negro against the Mrs. Butterworth is also the f'
Some residents fled with only president". said Humphrey, "has the right to make cryptic, clared the Estes' affair casts "grave reflections right school system.In program director for the Gold-
their clothes as the blaze often ominous remarks and then leave the electorate to across the White House itself." legal terms this is calleda water for President Committee -

plunged down mountain canyons discover their meanings.." The Arizona senator called class action. Class actions oc- in Alachua County,
and into the most fashionableareas Humphrey was to team up the case "more than just a cur when the number of persons
of Santa Barbara.It with Robert F. Kennedy run- Miller Says Johnson scandal a sordid picture of able to sue is very large; a Democratic Sen. James W.

had burned 15 homes ear- ning for the U.S. Senate from favoritism and fraud. few persons sue, and the decision Fulbright of Arkansas will be

lier. Then two homes went in a New York in campaigning binds all. the keynote speaker at the Florida -
canyon, and five more blazed up around New York City, but he Cracking: Under Pressure'MEDFORD "It is a study in ,the opera- Arnow attacked the'suit, argu- Blue Key banquet on Fri

on Ashley Road north of Euca- may have to return to Washington '-' tions and attitudes of some of ing that a mixture of white and day evening Oct. 16.
HUL later today. Ore. (AP) ment that he had Goldwater in the top officials of government Negro parents is not a proper ,
lyptus '
Also to attend the
of whom are still withus expected
President Johnson showed mind. many class. He pointed out that the
The flames surrounded and The Senate is due to vote in signsof homecoming festivities Gov. ;
he said.Goldwater. are
set afire the Mt. Calvary Mona- its long battle over trying to "cracking under politicalpressure" In suggesting that Johnsonwas NAACP states in its sui: that Farris Bryant and Senators

stery, an Episcopal retreat. Two delay court-ordered legislative when he referred. to too irresponsible to have turned to the Estes Negro children are deprived of, Spessard Holland and G e orge

dormitories burned at Westmont reapportionment and the White Sen. Barry Goldwater as a control over, nuclear weapons. case in a speech prepared for equal opportunity.He Smathers, all of whom will
College. The fire swept into House told Humphrey by tele- "raving demagogue,"' GOP Miller was turning'on'the Dem-. delivery 'at Mason City, Iowa.: argued that white chil- probably be in the parade on
Montecito, and 20 more homes phone that his vote might be vice presidential nominee Wil- ocrats the same argument they He opened campaign day in dren would not be injured were Friday afternoon.
needed. have used frequently against Wichita and due later Negro schools poorer, and
burned. liam'E. Miller said today. was at
other state and local
Many
should not be in co'irt. In fed-
Flames leaped hundreds of Humphrey whipped through Goldwater.. Madison Wis., for a statehouse
Miller, on an extensive eral courts should political dignitaries are also
cam be involved
no one -
feet, reflecting off a towering Indiana Wednesday, speaking at Miller had'no comment on a rally. before moving on to Bos- in
expected to participate
the West not
paign swing through who is actually in-
loom of smoke. People saw the rallies until he was hoarse, statement Wednesday by Sen.Karl ton. Homecoming activities.
whether Johnsonwas .
fire in Los Angeles 98 miles shaking hands with school chil- questioned Mundt, R-S.D., that the jured.He
to the of the aim the Democrats' argued further that This Florida Re-
up pressure Taking on many morning I
southeast, and from ships 30 dren and singing the praises of national candidates were con-
responsibility for handling the ,handling of farm problems, white children, purportedly rep- publican Chairman Tom Fair- .
"low-level schoolyard
miles at sea. President Johnson. ducting a
issues of war or peace. Goldwater declared: "When resented in the class suit, have field Brown said that Sen. Thur 1
Barbara itself a Mundt called for
In Santa campaign.
Today in remarks preparedfor partisan political favoritism, or not been contacted, do not wantto mond will have several other J
nestled "Is this the kind of
community of 60,000 York Central man we the elimination of invective
the New
City payoffs ,and bribery, become be represented may want speaking engagements throughout 1
between the sea and the Santa said want to have his finger on the from the political debate.
Labor Council Humphrey
things to and Florida which will be
involved in any government stay as they are, an-
Ynez Mountains it seemed he wanted to take statements trigger of nuclear weapons? Miller's schedule today listeda
some who cannot show
in-
program, the seeds, of destruction they are nounced at a later date. He
the hills were a mass of Miller asked in a statement
like Goldwater has made and breakfast rally here and a
have been planted. jured by the present system. will be in Tallahassee Oct. 15.
flame. The smoke-cloud glow lita "ask him what they mean." issued as he began another dayof flight to California for two daysof Arnow implied the NAACP attempts "He is a man of national stature

city in turmoil with milling "Because Sen. Goldwater campaigning. stumping in a state Miller "Incompetent or corrupt 'administration to show all parents of whose wholehearted gup- '

evacuees and rushing fire en- specializes in dark, obscure Johnson did not mention Gold- has termed "a strategic battle- of a bad program white children suing themselveson port has increased the upward

gines. pronouncements" said Hum- water, the Republican candidatefor ground" in the 1964 presidential can make it worse," he said: behalf of Negro children. thrust of Sen. Barry Goldwa-

The fire ,was the worst in Califor-of five phrey, "I can only begin the president, by name when he contest.He "It is up to the President to Earl Johnson, Jacksonville ter's camp throughout the nation i
great blazes burning task of questioning today. The referred in a speech Tuesday traveled Wednesday from wrongdoing in government -, (See Ruling on Page 2)) ," said Brown.
nia. Four others in the northern backlog,of confusing utterancesSee night to a "raving demagogue"but Idaho to Utah and into Port- expose" the senator added. "But \
burned 73 ,
have ,
part of the state ( VEEP on Page 2)) there was general agree- (See MILLER on Page 2)) whose
the interim president,
000 acres and 225 buildings, Senate To Vote Today .

including farm structures.A .. .. .. .. 'm. office dealt with Billie Sol does- .. 'II
wind not for
howling Santa Ana : press exposure.
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tHe wind which blows to sea On Reapportionment
"His power is.used for differ-
from California's desert interior .... ....
ent ends and the White House
set the Santa Barbara blaze ._ WASHINGTON AP The Off and since
a'akYo' has been turned into the white ( ) on Aug. 12, ; '
racing for the city with dramatic wash house,*' he_added. Senate votes today on a new Democratic liberals have been

suddenness at dusk Wednes- 3, compromise 'reapportionment 'conducting a filibuster against '
M 4 S. Estes, the financial operator
day.At from Pecos, Tex., is free ,on proposal with hopes the Dirksen-Mansfield amend- !
7 p.m., U.s. Forest Service Pleasant bond pending appeal of state for early adjournment of Congress ment designed to force the federal ; \
the fire was mov- ; i:% .
men thought and federal convictions ,for riding on the outcome. courts to delay Supreme
ing into the Santa Ynez Valley '" fraud.. Senate Democratic Leader Court-ordered reapportionment
over the mountain ridge inlandof w_; a' Mike Mansfield offered the of both houses of state legisla-
second Reminders Goldwater fired a series of
the city. It was the mild, nonbinding "sense of the tures on a population basis.It .
brief shots at Johnson the
on
time the fire had moved away Congress" proposal as a substi- is pending as a proposed
Estes matter be campaignedin
as
from Santa Barbara. Winds "' -- .. tute for a stronger one which be rider to the foreign aid bill, a
Texas Tuesday and Wednes
\t": < A reminder that Homecoming previously sponsored jointly vital part of President John-

Garland OK .. .:' isn't too far away are the day.He saved his pointbypointreview with Republican Leader Everett son's legislative program. .
preliminary cant est M. Dirksen. The compromise would It
t s getting say
_
Judy Gar- of the case for the Farm
AP -
LONDON ( ) t
candidates lined up for the.title i.k In a surprise and dramatic is the "sense of the Congress"that
is reported Belt. Goldwater said Midwesterners -
singer, .
c
land, 41-year-old ;. of Mrs. University of Florida. move aimed at ending the long federal district courts, in '
..
well" at the Har- not be interested in
"quite ...... Mrs. Yvonne Stokes (left) was may stalemate over the pending $3.3- carrying out Supreme Court
Estes manipulated
where
the cotton
Home
ley Street Nursing crowned Mrs. COrry Village recently 'program billion foreign aid bill, Mans- orders should: a
she was taken ',with stomach while Mrs. Carol Ann "but. the aE.dishonestymust field abandoned the Dirksen 1.: Allow the legislatures the/ :

pains. McCauley took similar honorsas concern: us proposal and appealed to the length of time provided for a : 1

Mrs. Flavet EL The Mrs. Senate support his substituteto regular session, plus 30 days, ; 3 t
UF contest, which will be held '$50 Trouble help "bring dawn the curtainon but not exceeding six months in ,

WHERETO October 17, is not based on the 86th Congress." an to apportion representation
beauty alone. Winners are also WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP-. Dirksen! disowned the compromise in accordance with the Supreme

FIND IT chosen on the basis of childcare A Mrs. Irving Smith was walking but offered, no objection Court ruling. .
personality, poise and her.dog'when a:'man' drove up ;;when Mansfield won unanimous 2. Permit the next election of .

.' Comics .". 18 home making. and- parted his car. consent fora midafternoon. ,roll members of state legislatures to
?
Entertainment .-. 7 He strapped 'a' knapsack; :.on call vote today. be conducted in accordance '.:
Obituaries ._ 2.' his bade and'walked away saying Under the agreement an ear with the state law In effect last i

Opinion Page '. .'. 4 :'"I gave$50 for this car and lier'test vote likely will come on Sunday. < -
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Sports .'. 13-17 '- -t ,, it's been nothing but trouble a' motion' table' and thus kill 3. Make the reapportionment
Women's 10-11 *M .' -, since. You can have it" the Mansfield amendment themselves if the states fail to

S Classified 19-23 Mrs.Smith didn't want it She Dirksen reserved the right to do .so within the time grantedfor
called the sheriff to tow it away; offer uch'a motion. action.

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and growing ':' .ox........ i Gather For Declaration.VATICAN .. ..

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g"; --MrT---1f: : a few. of the choicer ambi- A Partly cloudy today tonight and CITY (APVatican -!1 needed "to complete the work eventually* _-1
." Friday with few thundershowers like- Ecumenical Council fathers of the council. If it is not approved "We are hoping to win not

recalled Gold- ly changes.today.Highest No important today in the temperature 83s. Low from five nations assailed todaya I then the council simply votes but convictions," he said.

interview in the Ger- tonight per hour.44 to 70. Winds I to U miles proposed declaration on religious -I oolla pses." The declaration says that

,- ,.I .. J I news magazine Der Spie- B C Fair through Fri liberty.But "Let us not disappoint the- every human has the right to
( ; June 30( in which Goldwater day. Not quite so warm to- two American prelates, world," he said.A free exercise of religion according

; I asked whether as president day with high 82 to 81. Low: joined by an Austrian cardina member of the council commission to the dictates of his own

; would be willing to go to the tonight in the 60s. Variable and a German bishop, defended : that drafted the proposed conscience. It adds that man

] of war. winds becoming northwesterly the declaration as a vital issue 1 declaration religious 'should be' immune' from any

: : : quoted the Republican '_ 5 to 12 miles'.per home and urgently appealed to the :freedom said there was little 'outside force 'Inhis personal

for president as D-Fair through Friday. High today council to approve it doubt that it would be approvedBy ,relations with ,God.
.
82 to 87. Low tonight in 'ow 0s. VarIable -
: winds 5 to 15 miles per hour be- The dominant objections ----- -
just as your country coming today and northwesterly over south ov..portion r north tonight portion .voiced in the attacks were
is, Germany has used and Friday.E against phrasing in the declaration -
: F G H I Fair today and Friday any -
r down through the High today M to to. Low tonight 66 to saying that a man considered -
:; ; : and done so' very, very hour.J 72. Variable. winds 5 to 12 miles per GAINESVILLE WEATHER in error: has the same -
." 1C Partly cloudy through Friday il
cessfuDy right of conscience
with a few local showers. Htqi today Municipal Airport readingsfor as a man
i/ charged that no about 87. Low tonight 70 to 75. Variable assessing what is believed the
24 hours to 8
winds a m. today:
mostly easterly 5 to 15 miler
"with common sense" could per hour. truth. This reflected a traditional I'I
German brinkmanship TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH High 84 at 3 p.m., low 61 at conservative view in Roman -

he said, had been "disas- Jacksonville .......... 90 62 L PrCI I' 7 a.m. No rain. I Catholicism that only '
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and the
'for Germany .... ..... ALMANAC Catholics have the truth and all
Tampa 84 n
nations of the world" in two Atlanta ?.......uu........... 88 63 Sunset today .............. l:23 p.m. others are in error.
New Orleans ....._... 87 66 Sunrise tomorrow......... 6am.
wars. Boston .............. 65 62 .15 Moonrise tonight ............ 8:3* p.m. Eighteen prelates spoke in St.Peter's .
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:tir New York .:.......... 86 62 Last Quarter Sept. 28 Basilica on this second % _
Washington .......... 88 60 PROMINENT STAR :L __ _
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AboutRuling Chicago .......... ... 71 50 VISIBLE PLANETS on U.s.
Kansas City.... .... 73 47 have '
Jupiter between Aldebaran end the bishops called the most-
Denver ................ 70 40 Moon.
Ft. Worth ............ 81 67 .02 Saturn due south ......... 10-72 pjn. vital public issue before the
'Los Angeles .......... n M Mars rises .............. 2:21 am.
council. Foureen of
Seattle .............. 70 53 Venus rises .............. 3-18 a.m. the speakers -
denounced the declaration
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From Page 1 Qbttuarit voiced Strongest by conservative objections prelates were

from Italy, Spain, Ireland, Bra
Show attorney'for the NAACP, zil and India. wi
that both white and Ne-
Michael Cardinal Browne,
parents properly are includ- A. T. BROWN C. A. SHIVE -
Sophie Tucker, 77, wipes Irish-born[ Dominican who has f
NEWBERRY Services for Services for Charles Alexan- _
worked in the Vatican Curia for
being honored last night said the suit is not Negro Alvin Theodore Brown, 50, of der Shive, 71, of 413 NW 3rd
year in show business. white but the rights of rural will be nearly 30 years, sounded the 1
Newberry Fridayat Ave., were scheduled for 4 p.m.
week stand the keynote in the attack, terminga 1t
at Latin children to equal educational 3 p.m. at the Newberry.Methodist today.He .
declaration in favor of univer-
the right to at- ,Church with Rev. GeraldL. died Tuesday at Alachua t
sal religious freedom "not
I nec-
the schools they want to, Williams 'officiating. General Hospital. Burial will .
essary for the ieace and unityof
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formerly aJ-white or be in Cheraw, S.C.
; The farmer died Tuesday at peoples today."
-
: The ;born in Con-
plumber was
argued that the de the University of Florida Hos- cord, N.C. He was a memberof' Council press spokesmen reported -
on the closed door debate I
in the case a the school pital. the Masonic Lodge and the
.- and school system, not Wesl Methodist to newsmen. Cardina'Browne I
e
y Community I'I
racial group. Born in Newberry, he was a Church. was quoted as saying: I'I I
Mason and a member of the "Social right based on a con- I
Carswell told Arnow Survivors include his widow
science in cannot be made \
: 4- he was right, in terms of Newberry Methodist Church. Mrs. Ruth Avant Shive; a error
equal with those based on a
concepts of law. daughter in Gainesville Mrs. JOHN GLENN _':
Survivors include his widow, conscience in truth." ,\
he added: W. J. Kessler; and another
Mrs. Sarah Wright Brown
; Cardinal Browne is a member -
Civil Righs, class actions three children, Mrs. Wilma Sue daughter in North Carolina; one of the doctrinedefendingHoly Bad Luck's ;'

their own rules." Wood, Evinston; Gary' Robert brother and six sisters, all in Office, whose secretary, Over
told Arnow that lawyers North Carolina.
Brown, Newberry; and William A I f r d 0 Cardinal Ottaviani, ,
as well admit that civil Williams-Thomas Fun (' ral
E. Brown U. S. Air Force
; Wednesday blasted the proposed
law is creating its own two brothers Thomas and Mac. Home was in charge of arrange-
declaration as a danger 'to the For John Glenn I
regardless of traditional ments.
both of
Henry, Newberry; and Catholic faith.Another .
concepts. two sisters, Mrs. Phil McDil- HOYT HAYMANS SR.
from the
Carswell ruled for John- Omitted as survivors of Hoyt prelate Holy 1
da, Newberry; and Mrs. John Office, Archibishop Pierto Par- HAROLD R. WILLIAMS road. He also. turns- boaters'
rejecting the rchool board Welch Jacksonville. Haymans Sr., 66-year-old Alachua I
County native who died Tues ente, followed Cardinal Browne HOUSTON, Tex. (APJ) m.-I heads for alqulcllecond: look as ;

Among First was reserved on an- Burial will be in Jonesville day, were: today and told the 2,500 council uary 1964 dawned as a goodyear the trim figure skiins past on

I Mary Luke, an American key point, the yalidity Cemetery. Williams Thomas His step-mother, Mrs. Isabele fathers the declaration should for Marine Lt Col. John H. water skis. .. -
the 14th Amendment to the Funeral Home is in charge of Haymans of Silver Springs, Md. not approved in its present Glenn Jr. He was a national amjeeling.much better," 'Ii'Ii"I

nun from Lorette, Ky., will S. Constitution, adopted aft arrangements. and two grandchildren. form. I hero. There were plans for a Glenn,says andjie looks it. The

be one of 15 women who i the Civil War. The suit is "It prefers the rights of man ;senatorial race in'Ohio. twinkle is back in his eye. The J

I will attend a Vatican Ecumenical on that amendment. Shine Girls and his conscience to the rig s quick, wry smile comes easy "
Council the first argued the amend Judge Denies of God," he was quoted as say- Before two months elapsed, it and often. *: : <
,
I ing. "It needs to de amended was* apparent that 1964 was to
organization.&L was never validly ,adopt- ', 1 Get Brushoff "It could be"a lot worse," he
time. for women in history. traditional darkest for the
be the ever
For safeguard princi- year !
Request MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) said. "Annie's (Ms'wife's) two
who orbited
ples. former astronaut
U. S. Court
HE WAITED Supreme It operations proved to be success-
was a brushoff for a
pro-
Ernest Primeau of around
before it Bishop an American spaceship
a case pending TrialsCircuit ful. There were no signs of malignancy -
Separate shoe
posed shine with
.. Sheriff Cecil Price, reported decide this question. Judge parlor Manchester, N.H., and the most the earth in 1962. in the tissues. Our son
tht last person to see the reserved ruling, until young women dressed in scanty Rev. Father Joseph Buckley, of The latest stroke of ill fate is
David
has enrolled-at
., Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. costumes doing the Harvardand
missing civil higher court ha-j acted. polishing. Wheeling, W. Va., superiorgeneral -the serious illness of his father,
.
Wednesday turned down our daughter Lyn is as
requests City Council Licenses Committee
of the Marist fathers took
of New Con-
rights trio won several m in or John Glenn Sr., and "
for separate trials for bouncy healthy as ever.
Wednesday turned down the floor to defend the declara-
in the suit. One of im cord, Ohio. His mother also has
waitedall
alive, > knocked out John- three persons indicted for first the proposal of two men who tion and urge its approval. been ailing. The. astronaut'sfatherinlaw Glenn. says he doesn't have

day yesterday 5- request that the s rho o I degree murder in the April 29 planned to set up business Bishop Primeau told the coun- Dr. W. H. Castorof any trouble,:, with dizziness Unless -
1- : shooting death of R. T. Cul- he moves his head faster
to testify be forced to pay his at- across from City Hall. cil: "Religious liberty should be New Concord has undergonetwo
before a federal :; fees. pepper in his Waldo Road gro- "Your business is based on regarded as a true and strict brain operations.A than a gentle nod.
cery store., "It takes about 10 to 15 seconds -
sexy girls, admonished Councilman right, including immunity from
grand jury in Judge Carswel dreary parade of bad luck "
to straighten out, he said."Doctors'say. .
t if Johnson can justify his Defendants Robert MacGregor. "If any and all coercion. with fall in
BiloXI, Miss. > ." ,' are Connie Lou started Feb. 26 a. a
:JThe for attorneys fats on ise Dampier, 17, and her husband you had fully clothed, middle- Father Buckley was quotedas Columbus, Ohio, apartment it will be one or

Neshoba ,. two
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completely -
County Sheriff was ordered to basis of .orevious decisions. John Scott Dampier, 21, aged women, you'd go broke. saying the declaration was bathroom. The resulting head cured."

return today to testify before I will grant it. both of Starke, and Robert La- Sabbath Service Nurse Exams injury caused dizziness which The sandy-haired astronaut
next step is for Johnson mar Joiner, 22, Chipley. knocked Glenn from the U.S.
the grand jury.PRICE amend his Then said he still.doesn't know what
complaint. Motions are pending for Set In Jax Senate race in Ohio It also laid
he
school board will have 20 appointment Sabbath services at Congregation will do after he.retires from
. 'HIT'O in which to answer. of a psychiatrist and B'Nai Israel will be Florida State Board of, Nurs- 'low! a man who thrives on ac the Marines."I .

American opera star Leon- that will come another 1 psychologist to examine Mrs. held Friday night at 8 o'clockat ing licensing examinations will I tion.Only want to work with NASA

tyn Price says "the warmth or trial of the facts. Dampier and Joiner, who have the synagogue, SW Second be given Nov. 17-20 at the Semi- now is he able to resume .some, not an 8 JQ 4 office job but

oHhe, audience was incredible" pleaded innocent due to insan- Place and SW Second Terr. nole Hotel in Jacksonville. I II the things he enjoys most. part time as a consultant. I

ity. All have entered general Jack Zucker will officiate, and I Completed applications must "Seems like old times," say would like to'keep hand in
my
at-fcer first performance in the \ About pleas of innocence. an Oneg Shabbat will follow the be filed in the office of the j the neighbors as they watch youth work and the Freedom

Soviet Union. Trial date has not been set. :service.to Board no later than Oct. 20. I Glenn running along a country Foundation, and have some sort

The audience called the Mis- Miller I of business connection that involves

si Ippi-born Negro soprano, international travel.

, conductor Herbert Van Karajan THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker "But I am still at the mercyof
and other soloists back for 16 '
From _
Page .1 .; the medics. I have to go to
curtain calls Wednesday night 1 _
San Antonio
next week for an-
after a performance" of Verdi's"RJquiem. Ore., where he addressed other medical l checkup. Thereare

than 600 Republicans at a no immediate plans."

REPORTS fund-raising dinner. <': Loose Political Talk 1'- '
I wall in Berlin is a monu- I RockefellerTo
.Chief Justice Earl Warren to the strength of commu-

an3siz commission colleagueswill and to the vacillation and !

present to President Johnson I of this administra Welcomer
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1 today the completed report Miller said. 1
ontheir investigation of the as- a news conference Miller, New ftnrk [burs mean "President E i s e n- Why this transmogrification This fall "lawlessness," like GoldwaterALBANY

sassination of President John that the recent departure of WASHINGTON-If it is harder hower." "President Eisenhower in poor Keating? Because Robert I"white backlash," means some

Kennedy. Reynolds, a Negro attor- than usual to understand the ," in turn, meant "presi F. Kennedy is running thing entirely different than N.Y. (AP) Gov.
Johnson ordered the commis- from the Republican Na- presidential campaign, it may dent of all the people." Now,' against him for the Senate. In the Nelson A. Rockefeller is putting

sion 10 months ago "to satisfy Committee, should not be be because the language in however, "president of all the New York, Mr. Kennedy is al dictionary suggests. People -town the welcome mat here for

itself that the truth is knownas a sign that Republi- which it is being conducted is people" means "Lyndon Johnson "carpetbagger' ," which means I who disagree with the Supreme Sen.. Barry Goldwater, the Re-

far as it can be discovered,I have written off the Negro even more flexible than custo- ," which in turn means "outsider. "Outsider" used!! Court ("bad") are en- publican presidential candidate.

and to report its findings and mary in these affairs. "Henry Ford and Arthur Lar- to mean "noble" to New York couraged to believe that "law Rockefeller, who has said

conclusions to him, to the I I said he had brought Many persons, for example sen," which used to mean "Re I ers when it embraced nothing I lessness" is an evil stemming little in support orjthe; man who

American people, and to the into the national com have been confused to see Governor -publican." closer to home than a few from the court. Thus defying defeated him-inthe fight for

world." office, and that the new Rockefeller moved, since Before meaning "presi dent Yankees instructing Alabamain I courts in the fight against their party'stop nomination,

The "Summary Report", a chairman, Dean Burch, midsummer, from his old resi- of all the people," "Lyndon race relations. I "lawlessness" is, in fact," "de Wednesday night invited Gold-
book of more than 700 pages, followed custom in bringing dence in the "liberal" wing of Johnson" used to mean "Dem- With Mr. Kennedy entering'fense of the Constitution." water and his wife Peggy to

wiU. be made public S u nday his own top aides. the Republican Party and given -ocrat." "Democrat," of course'New York, however, "out-'' visit,-.the 'governtei mansion
night. membership among the meant "South," but now sider" was changed this fallto "White backlash, of course, Friday. *
I "Goldwater" mean "kid brother with the'used to mean a mark left on Rockefeller
"South"
\ To 'Hold "moderates. This has been means previously had
field
hands by irritable chattel
Nabs I particularly galling to the Gold- which means, "Conservatism."II power itch, and it was necessary promised to appear: with Gold-
Sheriff Levelcc I water stalwarts who want to "Conservatism" used to mean to shake up the language -holders. Nowadays, it meansa water at the'tate JOffice) Build-

.know how a "liberal" can be "a sound dollar." It now,means so that Keating could be mark left on the ballot by ing. No otherx nfact betweenthe

Theft SuspectAlachua ) Ntw Yrk Times transformed into a "moderate" "down with government." ], accoutered in ennobling a d- irritable chattel holders who two"had'been scheduled.
want the field hand's
The General between April and AugustIt It is terribly confusing. There jectives. progeny The New York Republican
to in their
County Sheriff's of- Corporation'in the midst is. quite simple. In the have been so many language I 1 Another phrase that has undergone hoods.stay own neighbor- campaign committee announced

fice has reported the arrest of labor negotiations with the language 'of this particular changes that it is hard_to tell mystifying change is Wednesday night! that "Gold-

William V. Roberts, 317 SE 9th Automobile Workers Un campaign "liberal" m e a ns anymore what anybody is .talk "crime in the streets. "Crimein Flexible language ..isa dangerous water's-busy-schedule has been

St on charges of grand lar announced yesterday that "bad," except in a few north ing about, Take the case o f the streets" used to mean thing. It is not meant altered to '1 include" sufficient

ceny. Roberts is accused of would hold prices' basically ern' cities, and nobody can continue Senator Keating. "Chicago piano," "stickup," for the mind, but is expected to time to see the mansion and

stealing $220.13 from Frostie on 1965 models. calling Rockefeller a "lib When he was a congressmanfrom I"purse'snatch," and so forth. slide right ,through to .the.: meet with the gov rnor."
Bottling Company, 1319 S. announcement came eral" without This fan its body's heat centers and .
I risking an ugly upstate New York he -was] meaning dependson produce The Arizona: senator and his
Main'St the corporation's five au political quarreLThe 'I called: a "conservative.'* When the region in which it is spo explosive reactions. The wife are-scheduled'tb arrive

Roberts admitted "owing the divisions and was ex- sensible solution, since he moved to the Senate, he was ken.In problem is that, occasionally, Albany .County Airport at 10 at
money when arrested" accord-
ing .to arresting officer Allen few days by similar state this stage of things it is worth he needs votes in New York means "civil rights demonstration -glands, but stay wedged in the, mansion. Goldwaler' will the

Hunt from Ford Motor Com I quarreling one way or the other City, he is called a "states ," and in the North it brain, undergoing rational di- about noon He WU1 speak

Charles Lorenzo Elliot, 1103 Chrysler Corporation and about the governor, is to re man" "stateman" always means "felonious Negro behavior gestion.In Rockefeller introduced

N. E. 25th Terr., was releasedon : Motors Corporation.I label him moderate." "Mod means "good" and a "liber- toward white people." these cases, the voter Rockefeller's

$500 bond Sept. 19. He was industry's new 1965 models erate" in this campaign seemsto aL" (In New York City, remember -"Lawlessness" is a word with may reach the dangerous conclusion called for hun to JIaPSlastfeek!be

chcrgcd: with the knife stab- appearing in dealer show I. mean "so what?" "liberal" still means roughly the same regional val- the politicians take him Friday but his out of ton

bing of Ernest Waddel in an yesterday. "Moderate," of course, used "splendid fellow.") I Ic. l3P for an Mint roiimont Schedule! w ,


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Puzzlement .6 J
JOHN R. HARRISON President M4PiMnhtri ,
PAT COWLES. Viet frt-
'lorida's Beautiful A dentEE JOHNSON Vice Prtsidtnt ,
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; and Executive Editor! W. O. (SUI) By DAVID LAWRENCE '
niversity City' t 91 1 EBERSOLE Viet President M' A* By RALPH McGILL I
? Vtrtuing Director BOI TART AGLlONL Pilitier.Prix Wining PcblUkcrOf ill.! .' 2.. .
U. AUuU. (G..) ConititutiM 1 surprising that made #
; WASHINGTON It is not a poll
VICe Presided ,and ClrcuUtwa MMlllor. u J H' .: ; -
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THE SUN'S POLICY persons interviewed in New York City think that the "civil t
JohnsonAnd
.. 1: rights" movement should slow down, and 80 per cent think
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. s a b .# ,
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. .'' ': ',! f' .j: i4A1r the i city ,school board's plan to advance integration through

I I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. j : f rt .\,. ,. 4 } "pairing" white and Negro schools is a "bad idea.. But
what is surprising is that the same citizens, who are
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 recorded as having voted 57 per cent for Kennedy in 1960, .

Want now would vote 61 per cent for Johnson.
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'J't, <. This contradiction is even 'more puzzling when the ques- J
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'' '''' a R ; .' 1fU' f tion was asked whether the citizens have been affected in

Take Another LookWell ; BusinessMrs. d:i' any way by a "white backlash." While 27 per cent said

..< b- they had changed their thinking in the last two months and

that takes the cake. ardson pointed out that Gainesvilleis are "more opposed to what Negroes want" than they were
Oveta Culp Hobby, ed : before, 62 per cent said they feel "pretty much the same"as
one of the few cities of its size -
itor and president of the ;""' ''J '. they have always felt.
In rare good humor Monday night, that has no special fund for the Houston Post, was an able .; ;: ::
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our five city commissioners approvedthe mayor's use. That could be true although member of President Eisen- ",, ,,' :.-='f-:t.: -. YET, WHEN specific questions were asked as to whether

budgeting of funds to take their not necessarily right. hower's cabinet. The Postis : '. 4 't.ii; "i" :'"::: an individual would "feel uncomfortable about having a

wives on city business trips. supporting President John- number of Negro families living near you," per cent said I

But what has budgeting for son. In endorsing him Mrs. Some weep because they part, and languish brokenhearted "yes," and 40 per cent said "no. Then, when the further
money Hobby said: and others-O my heart-because! they question was asked as to whether the white person would
As we've said before, members of the use of five commissioners' wivesto "The President representsthe never parted. (Thomas Bailey Aldrich) "feel uncomfortable about

the City Commission should be reimbursed do with paying the mayor's 'ex aspirations of all the people having one or two Negro fam- i i

for the time and effort penses. : ,The hope of citizens of ilies" living nearby, the an-
they expend while conducting city blighted Appalachia for a life THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYS'E'South's swer was 57 per cent in the

business. We still think so.' Time would be better spent by above the subsistence level, -- negative and only 18 per
the hope of city dwellers for cent in favor while 25 per
setting machinery in motion to establish -
cent said it would
an environment free of violence depend on
But this is the wrong way to do a fair reimbursement to the hope of each citizen Revolution whether they were "nice peo-

it. commissioners. Payment of wives' to be treated on his ple."

expenses isn't fair, and the commission own merits by the society in Even more baffling were t

As businessman knows, ex- needs to reflect on what can which he lives, the hope of the :
any ; New Hark Eimrs first time. Arkansas desegre- from Cincinnati. The poor soul answers to the questions
penses of wives traveling with hus- only be termed the capricious unani- men over for and freedom women from the world the By JAMES RESTON gated all 10 of its new pub- grew up among iron mines about the way President

bands generally is not a legitimate mity of :Monday last. fear of the mushroom cloud. TUSKEGEE, A 1 a.-T he lic school districts without a and good sheep grazing coun- Johnson has handled the .
similar reimbursementwould court order. Prince Edward try: but the nails in his coffin "civil rights" situation. About
expense. Any Presidential election distortsthe
"But the President of the and the wool in the coffin's 57 per cent thought he has
amount to income from an or- In jest, Mayor McKinney asked reporters United States has not onlyto true picture ,of the South. out County, desegregated, Va., a stubborn, though hold-onlya bands came from the North. handled it "just right," while .

dinary business firm. after the meeting: "Don't represent these aspirations, The campaign is noisy, pug- few white students attended. "The South," said Grady, 24: per cent thought he has i
the tears he has to exercise the lead- nacious, and divisive, but if "gone too far" and
you see streaming down And the Catholic Church de- "didn't furnish a thing for 13 per I
To buttress the argument, the my cheeks?" Ours too, Mr. :Mayor, ership to move the nationin you wander away from the segregated its schools in Ala- that funeral but the corpse cent said they were "not \
the direction of a better Goldwater caravan, you see ,sure." :
knowledgeable Commissioner Rich- ours too. bama and Mississippi, the two and the hole in the ground.
another South that is bound- .
he is
life If a strong t
Well that's true.
remaining holdouts last year.It no longer About
the
President he ing ahead economically and, only conclusion
inevitably_ sets
The South is not
is not, however, the court now importing that
can really be drawn at
socially to
the tone of the political life gradually adjusting
I A Victory for Rachel Carson of the country. If he is essentially the realities of the modern orders federal or civil the rights recently bill passed thatis "the from same the extent North to what nearly it- rights"this time movement is that t has he'stirredup "civil

a positive, progressive the Sou t h. produces at home. It has dis-
age.While transforming
a good deal of feeling. This
The action of Secretary Stewart side approach; and, in general, appli- man, the history of his Montgomery, A 1 a., These things are influentialbut covered that its coves and was especially true when the .
administration will be one of down the pike here was preparing -
strict rules to cation under conditions that allow no marginal. It is economicsand valleys are among the best
Udall in setting up continuing effort to solve the last week to greet question was asked AS to
reasonable doubt that harmful effects not politics, businessmenand cattle raising areas of the na- whether the "non
violent"
reincarnation ;
the use of pesticides in the problems of our society. If he Goldwater as the -
govern not tion. It is developing its own
will be minimized. is obsessed with fear and of Jefferson Davis, Tus- judges or politicians, demonstrations, such as "sit-
national parks and other lands con- anxiety and distrust, he will kegee was having an election.It that are having the major im- capital. Its unemploym e n t ins" and picketing, have helped .
for in the Old rate is lower and its produc-
pact change
hurt the
Interior Department office the first or Negro cause.
trolled by the voted into
Compounds known to concentratein put those stamps on our so-
tion and income
Confederacy.The are higher The
answer of 49
two Negro councilmen since per cent I
should be welcomed by all lovers of living organisms, such as DDT,' ciety. Reconstruction days. truth is that the Southis than the national average, and was that they have hurt,

the outdoors. It also could provide a chlordane, dieldrin and endrin, are "TIlE CHOICE between the escaping from its predomi- all this is dramatically illus- while 42 per cent said they I

large-scale test of the effectivenessof to be avoided if at all possible. two presidential candidates WHILE GOLDWATER was nately agricultural past into trated in the look of its cities. have helped, and the other 9 I

methods of pest control endorsedby that the nation will make in condemning the federal gov- the modern industrial future per cent were non commit- \
which its geography and nat- ATLANTA, RICHMOND,
in her November is nothing less thana ernment, the president of taL'I
How the
the late Rachel Carson conscientiously new rules ural resources have long fore- and the other great distribution I
Institute -
famous "Silent Spring." will be applied, and how practical choice about the whole bas- the all-Negro Tuskegee shadowed.IT centers of the South are IT SEEMS strange this I I!
ic quality of our national life L. H. Foster, was preparing so
they will be shown only spreading out into the red much '
may prove for the next four years. for what he called commotion could be i
Miss Carson did not rule out the by experience. Udall's vast domain- "the most hopeful academic PRODUCES half of the earth and reaching to the developed in the city' of New --- .;
is clear
"The choice a one. ", nation's minerals, 53 per cent sky. They are symbols of the York, and yet the Democratic '" II f
need for using chemicals to control equal to one-fifth of the area of the The Post believes that President ,year in almost a century.
of its petroleum, 76 per cent economic revolution of the vote would be undistrubed.
She only asked that other 50 states-could become a gigantic Johnson Js While the was concentrating -
pests. Lyndon press
.. of its nautral'gas, 100 per cent South, just as Goldwater is a This is contrary to the usual
methods be used first, and that if laboratory proving (we hope) that the best qualified to lead this on the Sou them of its bauxite and naturally- symbol of the political count- trend of protest movements.

chemicals proved necessary they be plant and insect pests can be, con- country ." school districts where other there occurring sulphur, 40 per cent er-revolution, but in the end, More light, perhaps, is shedon

used in moderation. Too often the trolled without scorching the roadsides A steadily increasing num- was trouble, many of its forest area; and with the economic revolution ,will the subject when the citi-
school districts in the South
effect of chemical spraying has been and thickets brown and destroying ber of former Republican accepting Negro the greatest average rainfallof undoubtedly prevail. zens were asked how they
newpapers have turned to were quietly the nation it has to the heartof felt
more ex- Barry appeals Mayor Wagner and t he
about like using an elephant gun beneficial wildlife.At for the first time.
President Johnson. Their reason pupils
who has
ploited rivers for power, in- the South-nobody city government has handledthe
against a mouse. provides a consensus Nothing spectacular has dustrial usage, and transpor- followed him through the "civil tights situation.
least it is good news that the they see the President as the happened in the Southern tation than any other regionin Southland could doubt it. He There were only 35 per cent

The rules announced by Udall national parks and other federal man best fitted by experienceto schools this month. It has the country. has ruffled the surface of the who answered "just right,"

closely parallel Miss Carson's recom- lands may be spared from the reck- lead this country. It is estimated been the same pattern of That wonderful Southerner, Southern waters, but the econ- while 27 per cent ans w Bred

chemical methods less and their beauty that perhaps 60 per token integration, and it has Henry W. Grady, used to tell omic tides there are running "gone too far," 22 per cent I
mendations: non sprayer pre-
cent of the nation's businessmen been contested all the way, the story of the man who was deep and strong, and their were "not sure," and 1C percent
first; minimum use of chemicals; served for millions of visitors who .are supporting the Pres- sometimes bitterly, but 113 buried in his home county of most intelligent young men said "not far enough."

use only of specific chemicals against need an escape from blighting as- ident. Some do so with admit- school districts have accepted Pickens, Ga. They buried and women-that most valu-

specific pests rather than a broad pects of an urbanized civilization. ted reluctance, not being en- a few Negroes for the first him, Grady said, in a marble able of the South's natural resources THESE PUZZLING answers

tirely happy with Mr. John- time: four in Mississippi, four quarry by a piney woods, but which they have been indicate clearly that

II son. But they do not believe here in Alabama, 25 each in his tombstone came from Ver- exporting to the North-are many of those interviewed

Senator Goldwater has the ca- Virginia and Texas, 22 in mont and his pine coffin came beginning to realize it. either did not understandsome
I pacity to do the job. North Carolina, and a hand- of the questions they

Senator Goldwater's cam- ful in the o the r Southern were asked or else did not
of the

:l Voice People paign judgment.tends The to confirm Senator this has states.There are now 574 desegregated From Crisis-W utclting reveal their true feelings. j

Many persons, moreover,
j
j public school districtsIn
not yet come to grips with who
are not directly affected
I iOn The Sun's Opinion Page; any of the basic issues. Thereis fourth the South of all, or the roughly 2,255 one-dis To Him-n-Her Walking by the race problem will, state 1

he says, something wrong offhand that it doesn't matter j
Opinions( and comments of Sun readers ore welcome In the Voice of the People" column. Letters with our lives. ,He is not sure tricts. This is perhaps mis- much to them which way it !
must be signed end beer the writers address. Homes will be withheld if requested. A Utter shouldnot what is wrong, but he thinks leading, because it representsonly (O NOT TOT limaWASHINGTONHenry does almost evey Saturday, is handled, or who lives Jn the
exceed 500 words end must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry connot be used. The there is a decline in public about 5,000 Negroes in R. had 'a hankering to take a
\ Sun i reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning orIntent. morality and that somehow the Southern public schools, Labouisse, the U.S. ambassador turn about the south) lawn of neighborhood happens with, or just what

this is the fault of the Dem- or less than 2 per cent of all to Greece, who was call- the White House with the ing in the schools.respect But to mix-

He Finds A All Can Help I for one think it i in time for ocrats or of "Washington." the Negroes attending public ed back here: for urgent discussions ambassadors, reporters and sons who have had some per-direct -
us to let our voices be heard. The Senator argues that school in the South, but it is on the Cyprus cri- Him and Her, the presidential such
experience
Good Neighbor Racial Ease Each one of us, no matter slum violence is also a Dem- an indication of the trend. sis, found himself walkingthe beagles. parents who are, told as those they I

how unimportant we may be, ocratic product. This in dan- President's dogs recently. At one point Johnson had to must allow their children to f fI

EDITOR, Sun: Out in the EDITOR, Sun: I am writ- have some influenceon gerously petty. FOR EXAMPLE, the three read a' couple! of announce be transported by bus to dif- I

county we peasants still are ing in response to the articlein someone. And that is one Southern state capitals that Labouisse, along with Ray ments and absentmindedlythrust ferent parts of the, city, are :
without electricity (Sept. 11) your paper of Sept. 13, way this problem, which THE SENATOR would be have resisted public school mond A. Hare, ambassadorto the tandem leash into vehement ia their protest. (
and have been for a day anda "Did Leroy Collins Sell Him- easily could become a crisis, doing the nation a service if integration until this year- Turkey, and Taylor G. Labouisse's hand. i

half, but thing3 happen self On Civil Rights?" could be ,eased. he would go to the heart of Montgomery, Ala., Jackson, Belcher, ambassador ,to Cy- Elbowed out by reporters The poll was conducted by

which should be recorded.At This letter is in in E. CREAMER the tremendous urban problems Miss., and Columbia, S.c.- prus, went to the White House jockeying for position near reporters after a prpfession- .
no wry of our time includingthat all desegregated at least one with Under Secretary of State the President, Ball and the al polling agency bad put the
Ne- defense of Governor Collins
daybreak, a Likes Article of the terribly congested school district this month. George W. Ball to confer ambassadors were suddenlyfar editors' questions into survey .
he needs defending for
no
gro neighbor, Pat Wiley, slums and the abject poverty Mississippi permitted a few with President Johnson in the rear behind the form and had selectd the ; ''
stand for what is On the
known only slightly! by me, taking a BeatlesEDITOR ,
and illiteracy of several hun- desegregated districts for the Then the President, as be trotting entourage. areas so as to provide a .
of but to
t fourths morally right, com-
three -
went over cross section of the city's Inhabitants.
dred slum dwellers. For the .
a mile out of his way to workto mend him.I Sun: I fin a A total of 100 men I
to dismiss
senator glibly
Dora too like Governor Collins one
tell me Hurricane Gainesville teen ager, who, and ;
99
women were interviewed :
of the nation's most :
had blown a hundred foot grew up in a segregated like many others, read the compel- ,POTOMAC FEVER and this was considered -
oak tree over my fence and society, as a matter of fact article by Gail Raskley: about ling problems by blaming the ample to determine trend :

my cattle would get cut in the same section of the the Beatles. It was well-writ- slum disorders and Adlai on the Stevensonin Democrats By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau they were sampled in 40 ,different as- :
would have done. state. But even as a child I on
which they ten, and, of course interest-
felt there was something bas- particular, is a piece of irresponsible Sen. Goldwater predicts President Johnson woll,bring on an international crisis sections of the city. :

For 12 years, Pat Wiley ically wrong, long before I ing.Although I too saw the Bea- pettiness.- The right before the election. Democrats say if Barry wins he'll bring, one... on ., IT IS INTERESTING:-.tO :
has been only an acquaitance knew the words "moral" or tles in Jacksonville I senator is not a very reassur- right afterward. .;' : ,
to speak to on meeting. really ing campaigner. note that of thoS .-:Interviewed :
"segregation. didn't
know much
know he is a "good more Businessmen who have 57 per cent Voted :
Now I and not a political Basically, I am: againstany about them after the show nounced for President John-an- Republicans have a problem. They'd like to make a case against Bobby Baker in 1960.for Kennedy" and 17 :

neighbor form of Civil Rights there Law than I had before it. MissRackley's son stress his record in both and Matt :McCloskey but they're 'worried about the possible .kickbacklash.:. 7: per cent for Nixon, while 23 .
for the simple reason
one.That story gave me a per cent didn't vote at all in :
domestic and foreign affairs.
is the kind of Negro- should be no reason for a spe- more personal view of them. the
white relationship you should cial law to be passed to give My friends all agree with Typical is that of Joseph L. LBJ's trip West was labelled non-political. It was a public service he was last presidential election. :.

publish-and it is usual out in any American citizen his me in that it was absolutely Block, chairman of the board just trying to let the people know that they have a perfect right to vote for Hubert They About weren't all asked why. :
infer
part of Alachua County The Constitution does and chief executive officer of Humphrey. one can from
our rights. and
great even one of my the poll is that there _...;
not the first Ne- abused the the Inland Steel Company M con-
Pat Wiley is that But we have teachers commented on how :t : \ 'Sid
,j rable
gro neighbor to do kirdcess right until it became necessary well: done ,it ''was. She 'made': "I'm a Republican Goldwater'sstand he said, Democrats say Republicans are offering small r beer.- .-It's i called Miller*!'LowLife ."civU,rights"protest movement over? the,In ,.
retired soldier try- "but Senator '
bin! be
to '
old '
for an for such a me feel like I knew them ,
a and do- no matter how you pour it, it comes out flat and has no head. New York City. This may .be
to develop a one-man on both foreign
ing passed.I little bit better. Please have ..
"' typical of the feeling in
ranch, in the last dozen think the time has come more articles like this. mestic affairs has caused me / t : many

years. for all thinking Americans to BEATLEFAN_ to jump the fence.' I do not tActually, Barry wants a TV debate. Its LBJ1.; Oho< says hell cross, that other big cities In the.North., .
Ease off on those stories developed take stock of themselves as' S" favor' Senator Goldwate rs bridge when he comes to it. He expects to get there about Nov. 4. Many a poll will be taken
of-town agitators Governor Collins has done. domestic policies. I think they
out
by between and election
... : now dayr
and find out how pleasantly Then this great country of Bird lovers warn against are unrealistic vague, and ;, *< .' \ *j 'i but, unless the queStions"
Negroes and whites ours will be) even greater.I the summer feeding of birds.It confusing. On foreign affairsI : Lacking any other opponent, GOldwater bought half an hour's: .time to debate, carefully worded and are
with himself. The opinion impartial judges'was that it was not a fair match. specifically
get along when they are left am no crusader, I don'thave destroys their initiativeand think he is irresponsible. ,directed, it is.upUkely
but I'm end like human The senator's campaign to
alone. the courage, they'll up that the protest votewiU$ < be
COL. TERRILL E. PRICE, sure there are many more beings. (Fairfield Ledger date sustains such a conclus- Now the senator is calling the President's war on poverty a fake. Is that measured ,accurately before

Ret. people who feel as I dc, and ) ion. nice, right after Mrs. Johnson put new tin roofs on her tenant shacks election


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I If I UF Appointees Faculty 13 Students Make' .Scholarship-- Finals ; 4 n'




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( ApprovedThe "r' ., ;,. High. Schoolers QualifyFor R



f following faculty appoint- National Merit TestsThirteen

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1 President J. Wayne Reitz have .isS'Mt.4R s .rr high school students of $6,000 for four years of col- SHOE STORE

(f been approved by the State ;,* ,' from Gainesville- nine from lege. Stipends average $800 a

Board of Control: /t.. :' Gainesville High and four fromP. year, or $3,200 for the four college Men's Navy Last -
% vMy' jly ..>'':.. K. Yonge have been
,j R. N. Braswell, resident di- t4 y a., ;,. ..: .:;' years.
named Semifinalists in the OXFORDSLeather
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." '" : Finalists designate the college /
rector of GENESYS and professor ..: nationwide competition for Merit -
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of Industrial Systems En- > .ors a s 'h 6h 4a '.. 1. Scholars. they wish to attend and the
of study they plan to Uppers
course I
G. H. Dantemsn 1
; gineering assistant

; 6 rd The 13, all seniors, qualifiedby pursue. The colleges chosen by Goodyear WeltLongWearing
professor and research 3. (; 't! outstanding performances on the Merit Scholars in most Compo

associate, Health Related Ser- > ,,, x the National Merit Scholarship instances also receive supple- SolesCompare

vices; S. P. Franklin, assistant 4 N Qualifying Test administeredlast mentary grants.
March to 17,000 students in 1
professor of mathematics; E.R. I
:y1 -. the United States, Altogether, The Merit Scholarships were At
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j Hendrickson, director, Office of established in 1955 with grants $444
F y v 14,000 qualified. $7.75
Spa n sored Research; S, N. i. from the Ford Foundation

1 Katz associate professor of ,' .<, t .,. f,. These are the local Semifinalists -and the Carnegie Corporation SIZES 6-12 :

law; D. M. Levin, instructor j:. ', : .._ in New York. About 230 J I

I and assistant director of Clinical From GHS -Lawrence L. business corporations, founda- '

i Research Center medicine; Funk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- tions, colleges, unions, trusts reValues
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and individuals also help spon- C OI$ilDReN'S S A
J. W. Linhart, assistant professor v,' thur Funk, 630 SW 27th Court; sor the merit awards.In oEs

of medicine; and J. F. Ma- Judith Gabbert, daughter of Mr.
honey, assistant professor GE- ;t ,,' and Mrs. John H. Gabbert of the last phase of competition -

I NESYS. ., Topeka, Kan. (the Ga boo its the high school grades,

I II' moved from Gainesville to Kan- creative accompl ish m e n t s, $:;5 $10-0' ".'

Also, A. M. Manders, associate sas after the test); Margaret F. leadership qualities, extracur- and up _= ._
I professor (GENESYS;) PKY SemifinalistsDr. Hampton, daughter of Mr. and I ricular activities and school cit

I R. R. Million, associate professor Mrs. Wade Hampton, 2137 ,NW' of the 'students will be
izenship
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radiology; A. J. Robertson, J. B. Hodges (left), director of the P.K. Yonge Laboratory School and Dr.
I Ave. L.
2nd ; Carl Johnson, son evaluated along with their test OFF
. ; dean of University Relations i iI Anne L. Green, director of guidance, congratulated three of P.K. Yonge's four N
and
Dr.
of Mrs. C. H. Johnson
I and Development; B. E. Ross, Semifinalists to the National Merit Scholarship competition. The three are Pat- scores. (Regularly Cut Price 3.99 up) .
, 2141 NW 7th Place Robert H.
research associate, engineerings rick Royer, Debbie Bowers and Rusty Marcus (from left in center). The Mizelle, son of Mr. ;and Mrs. R. About the end of April, 1965 Sizes 5 to 8-8 V4 to 12-122 to 3.

c i e nee mechanics; R. S. .fourth_ ........_winner........ .Ann.. ._._.._Arensman.. .... .... ... .,..... ,.,..has._..._ _moved_ .....__away..._,.__, r...._ _,...__.Mot H. Mizelle Sr., 603 NW 40th Ter. the names of the Merit Scholars TICKET PRICE 3.99 to 6.99
Sholtes associate professor civ- will be announced.EO'O' 1.00 OFF 1.00 1.00

: il engineering; J. M. Spurlock, .7G':. W.. f' a.:9 d 5 a T Also Stephen E. Nadeau, son -
4: LS.xin ': 'Fx., 4? i YOU PAY ONLY 2.99 to 5.99
p r ofessor, GENESYS; W. *r<'pgbr'f7 tix. a tf: ej 9 ,GO n%.' 4fa rf : of Mr. and Mrs. B.,E. Nadeau, Nnj
Market
Sunderman Jr., associate pro- 'yrss, ?srls ;bsai 4546 NW 13th St.; Karen Ros- .

fessor of pat hology; E. W. :Yw l enberger, daughter of Mr. and j LADIES
i KV14>f JACKSONVILLE (AP) The .
Swenson, associate professor of Mrs. H. Rosenberger, 822 NW J
Northeast Florida Market t
medicine; W. G. Wagner, asso- ". fCnD 36th Drive; Boyd Welsch, son prices to retailers:Egg Dress HEELSSIZES .. ,
ciate professor of architectureand of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Welsch,
Extra large 47-51, mostly 49;;
A. P. Welch, associate professor 117 NW 20th Ter.; and David
of chemical engineering Zimpfer, son of Mr. and Mrs. large 45-47, mostly 46-47; medium 5 to 10 60
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W. H. Zimpfer, 621 NW 36th 5 w
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Poultry at farms: Fryers 14 SHOES
I I From P. K. Yonge Deborah up to SI 1.99
Through Miami i Bowers, daughter of Dr. and IN B 4 Black Sued.
Gainesville Sun WIDTHSONLY o Block Embossed Leather
I, | Mr. Robert H. Bowers, Route 3; Block Stocked Heel
WASHINGTON (APNation- ii. T I Robert B. Marcus, son of Dr. Black Patents
al Airlines will be allowed to and Mrs. Robert Marcus, Route Published evenings( except S Black Leather Pumps.
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/ continue serving Fort Lauderdale Saturday, and Sunday morn- Some Colors
I 3; Patrick S. Royei\ son of Mr ings by the Gainesville Pub-
t through Miami Internation 2 and Mrs. David Royer, 1237 lishina Company at 101 SE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT.
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\I al Airport. and entered as second class
The Civil Aeronautics Board man, who has transferred to a matter at the Post Otfice or
j i made the authorization Wednes- school in Evansville, Ind. Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION SELF SERVICSHOE

day. It also affirmed an exam- RATES BY
Before the Semifinalists can
iner's decision that.National be CARRIER OR MAIL
qualify for the final stages of
1 permitted to serve the two cities 1 Week .45 STORE
the competition, they face an- 3 Mos. $5.85All ?
as a single, hyphenated terminal I
Miami-Fort Lauderdale.The ,..,........._ n. .. other examination' and endorsement mail subscriptions must "
bH semiimalistsSemifinalists by their schools. be paid in advance. USE CENTRAL CHARGE AND LAY-AWAY
CAB vacated the exam- Member of Audit Bureau of Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 am. 'til 9 p.m. ;
\\i i iner's finding i that National in the National Merit Scholarship competition from Gainesville Last year the National Merit Circulation.All 915 N. MAIN ST. SHOPPING IN FOOD' CENTER FAIR -
material contained herein Is
t should resume service to Brow- High School are (from left, front row), Margaret Hampton, Karen Rosen- .Scholarship Foundation a nd the property of the Gainesville
and County through the Fort berger, David Zimpfer, and Stephen Nadeau. In back row, ,from left, are Law-' sponsors together award ed Publishing Reproduction Company.In whole or(c)In 19&4.partIs
and Carl Johnson. shown about 1,625 scholarships some strictly forbidden without the l Get ..
I' Lauderdale airport as a conven- rence Funk, Robert Mizeller Boyd Welsch Not $ written permkslon of the publisher. Sun Want Ads Results ,
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t ,6 Gainesville Sun Thursday, September 24, 1964 I

J. 86 HOURS UNDERGROUND ,.. :::'
.", Jury- mould Have Done The Same;


=: : $900 In Overtime ) ,

i ., But Finds Man Guilty Of Assault;


' Greets Workers > i&: :> By JEAN CARVER laying irrigation pipe In a fight Clegg said the Negro agreed with Scnlggs' about '.
'l i San Staff.Writer watermelon field. Clegg testi- youths brought up the civil the defense attorney's pos1'f
fi "'. M'1M.l Although "we would have fied the trouble that led to rights bill.Later tion that under such circumstances '
: LAS VEGAS Nev. (AP) the final 300 feet of the shaft. done the same thing," a six- his striking Moss began when Moss and the Clegg "the answer is not -{
Instead of cold broth, there wasI Rescue workers worked round 3fi man Court of Record jury the youths argued in the boy were involved in an ex- call the sheriff, use your I i t
I 1, .. steak. Instead of misery there the clock to remove the cable : ii Wednesday afternoon convicted field with his 16-year-old son, change of words when they two good strong arms." ,
was overtime. and free the men. l-' : Newberry farmer Sam Donald. returned from the field to the "The question in this case.

George Cooper, 44, an electri- Cooper, from Tucson, Ariz., I { Clegg of assault and battery Clegg's attorney, Sigsbee Clegg yard and companions is not the civil rights bill or
cian and weather-worn veteran told this story: "We barely ." against a 15-year-old Negro Scruggs was given 10 daysto separated them from fighting the Supreme Court of the U.S.
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I of construction projects, stepped back from lowering the field worker. file his motion for a new each other with wrenches. or relations between the colored -
-- many
The 41-year-old farmer said trial by Court of Record race and the white
Is with to cable when we heard a' swoosh- Clegg admitted hitting Moss
=. : a man a happy story
! -..... tell about an 86-hour stay 1,800 ing sound coming on like a he struck IS-year-old Johnny Judge Ira Carter. with the pipe after his wife race," Adkins argued. "It
:'.'.'.". feet below the Nevada desert train. It got louder and louder # Moss of, Gainesville in the The jury attached a note told him of the incident when is whether or not Sam Cleggis
that started Saturday and ended then it was quiet." face with a four-foot lengthof to its verdict noting that he arrived shortly after the guilty of an unlawful, as-
-?:=- Tuesday with the liberation of Communications were rigged pipe "when he called my "under the same circumstances fight was averted and he ask sault on Johnny Moss. We I
-" four workmen. through a 10-inch ventilation wife a liar we would have done ed Moss if his wife were telling are talking about' right and
I : shaft The blow broke the boy's the same thing" and recom- the truth. wrong-the' law.**
: One man was killed on the nose and facial bones. mended leniency by the court. who told the t 1
"I was on the phone first and When Moss said she was Scruggs, jury ..
I ... surface when cable whip-lashed asked them if anybody was The incident occurred onClegg's Although there was con- not, Mrs. Clegg testified she he would have done "exactly -
farm June
up the shaft. killed at the top. You know how 20. Moss flicting testimony from witnesses turned to go to the house to what Sam did," said the
and three other
youths were about what caused the
case was not a racial matter I: ;
: Cooper, Leland Roeder, 45, thoughts run through your get a gun.Asked
Floyd Shaw, 51, and Art Luh- mind. by County Solicitor A. but involved good con- )
now 27, the group cut off, were "We never found out that Jim Hazel King East German Z. (Andy) Adkins if she duct and good morals.
: l sealed into a 30-foot-square Gray was dead till we got out. ;, jeY Visits I would have used the gun, "Will you sit in this jury
.a room off the bottom of a nuclear I I "I was real sorry, Jim was 3 Found GuiltyCourt Approvede Mrs. Clegg said she would box and say' that the time
= test shaft at the Nevada test From Arizona too. ) Nw Yrk Timt have shot "if any of them has come when we have lost
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4I!I = site near Mercury, Nev. Soon a flow of heavy woolen of Record Judge Ira BONN, West Germany The had jumped on Sam." our manhood and the right to
: Their feet of blankets came down, with play- Carter Wednesday sentenced a Federal Cabinet approved: In his summation to the see that our families and
jailer was 1,000 "
I tangled steel cable jammed into, ing cards, magazines, a razor, Negro woman to a year i n today a new agreement with jury Adkins noted that after property are safe? Scruggs
hot coffee and ham sandwiches. county jail or a $500 fine for East Germany which will en- the fight between the Moss asked. .
!. Emergency lanterns Illuminated Growl Tryouts obtaining welfare funds fraudu- able 800,000 West Berliners to and Clegg youths was averted Scruggs said the Negro
= Aspirants For a square room, blasted lently. visit relatives behind the Com- the Negro boys twice at- youths "willfully, deliberate
From rock, with a l -foot ceil- Hazel Lee King was found munist Wall five times in the tempted to leave in the pick ly maliciously were see-
Members of ORCHESIS, University of Florida guilty by a Court of Record next 11 months. up truck they drove to work ing how far they could go"
Title
'Mrs. UP ing."We
j r were busy all night talk- Contemporary dance group, kick up their heels in an jury. Having secured unanimous and were instructed to wait with Clegg.Witnesses.
'ing to the guys on top sayingwe adapted version of the "Can-Can." The group com County Solicitor A. Z. (Andy) backing from his cabinet and by Mrs. Clegg until her hus- at the all after.
I r Gather Tonight were okay. We got our first Adkins said the woman obtained leaders of major West German band arrived. noon hearing Wednesday included .
'meal at about nine Sunday peted in talent show auditions in University Auditorium $1,404 in welfare aid for parties, Chancellor Ludwig Er- "If she had let those boysgo Moss, Clegg and his
Preliminary event. in the morning. last night. Ten acts from over 20 entries three dependent children when hard authorized Mayor Willy as they were trying to do wife and son, Vernel Montgomery *
... three part competition for the I "Nine large steaks for four she only had one child. Brandt of West Berlin to enter we wouldn't be here today," ,: Eugene Baker, Lin-
will be chosen to perform in the UF's Gator Growl,
I 1964 Mrs. University of Florida men, we enjoyed that They tlie solicitor prosecuted the into the carefully negotiated II Adkins said. don Brown Wyatt Lasson
; title will take place tonight at were medium done, just like we Oct. 16. case. agreement. The county solicitor d i s- and Mike Scott. .
I 8 p.m. with a coffee and orient like it. There was gravy,, > ,
tation at the Holiday Inn. mashed potatoes, hot rolls and .
( coffee."
Mrs. Carol Goldberg, judging earned
All told, each man
j : committee chairman an- about $900 in overtime pay for

will nounced include that all this contestants social event and his Cooper below planned ground stay.to be back to GORDON LETS YOU PAY

, judges. work today. He said he had to __
Sunday at 1 p.m., personal turn in because he had to get up
interviews scheduled at the at 4 a.m.
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University Women's Club. FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY \\\\\ I

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I ITo Some pediatricians say that
Unregistered N
wI motorists, traveling with children

shouldn't journey more ,

than 250 miles in a day. This DRfVE.IN TNIATH

Be RemindedVoters includes squinnage.SUBURBIA. 4fwl LAST_E.u4 TIMESOPEN RRi1 f

'U SHOW 7N
SEE 1 HITS LATE AS >:M
will get & reminder Arrival of the caravan in Ala- FIRST AREA RUN .

here Friday from the State Democratic -chua County was announced by DRIVE.IN THEATRE 1:50I

Committee that onlya Judge Ira Carter, county chairman .'.... 11
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few days remain in watch to for President Lyndon John- SHOW TIME 7:30SNOB ..>

register for the November gen- son's campaign. I H" v' I': II

eral elections.A Democratic State Commitee- :

C State Democratic Committee men James (Jimmy) James of

voter caravan will be parked Miami is chairman of the IfI SEaftPH OPF a

on the west side of t he statewide registration drive.
I kc 3aa'8s : Ewa t ai 0. county courthouse at 2 -
x ad 3 + s9 *,a t 2 t .t. p.m. BOIT10INT .
Friday with flatbed exhibits Knock on any five doors in
j
I : carrying the message.; to America and chances are that :tm NOW..
t. the voters. within one of those households ZI'd IOO U ML WEn mID( CRGNIM In her

One display portrays the Ber- someone is suffering from Zed HIT newest

lin Wall. An accompanying sign arthritis. tRICITTE hitl... ALLIED QELEAscoad A TSaot

reads: "In America There is ,.......... nlr
.. '. BAUDOTHERBRIDAL SHOWN FIRST AT 7:00
I No Wall Between a Citizen and '.
CONSTANCE TOWERS
4(4 1fr rr-
Sf His Vote. Register to Vole. THE NAKED KISS

Another has a rocket ;
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F Sinatra L
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Registration. .' tDUS JOUDDfdI
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A calendar will indicate the .i_._
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II, Hurricane Boosters := .

I I 1 If Gainesville High School's Hurricane football team doesn't have a successful season it won't be for

\ lack of support from the sidelines. The 1964: squad of cheerleaders can be counted on to supply the pep to join with us on your next evening out for cocktailsand

I for the boys on the field. In the front row above, from left, are Kimmie Pofahl, Sue Shepherd, Linda Ed- dinner. We are sure you will be pleased with the

1\ wards and Barbara Wells. From left in the second row are Carol Ann Roundtree, Margaret Hampton, fine new addition which has just been completed. Beautiful

i Gloria Buckler, Nanay Baxter and Jan Ailstock. Holding: the Hurricane warning flag are Helen Powell and decor, a fine bar and lounge plus the congenial atmosphere -

\ Susan Bourgeois. and superb service insure a memorable time

for you and your friends. If you haven't paid 'us a visit

; LEGAL NOTICEThe yet be sure to do so soon we know you will be
: MohaliaJackson School Children's Health University of Florida will: receive pleased. _
I!lids for the general class of .commo-
OPEN 11 AM -IAM
4 ties as indicaed below. Interested bidders -

I -- Topic for Superintendents.. other: may information obtain forms.by contacting specifications the Purchasing and- The GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM

I hI Division Room 106, Tgrt: Hall

I --- The health of school children 1 uel M. Ray president of the 1 Idl.University of Florida GainesvIHe, Flor- 1900 S.W. 13th. Street Phone FR 6-8266

I :Stricken will occupy the attention o f :Florida Medical Association.Max 64-Meat and Staples bids open every

Florida's county school super- Tuesday 10:00
AP .Famed D. Walker of Gadsden 44-Hospital Supplies bids
CHICAGO '( ) intendents when they meet here open every
I -singer i Mahalia Jackson, who' October 8 for the annual superintendents I County president of the state Monday. 3:00T. -
N. WELLS.
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: Introduced gospel singing to conference. association of superintendents, Director of Purchasing
IJ the world is said the reason for the medical (3424) ':17. 24
.nillions across
\; seriously ill with a heart ail.ment. Some 20 prominent Florida program is that sound health
physicians and health authori- practices and education are be-

ties and representatives of ma- increasingly im-
coming more
,
.. Miss Jackson, 50, was hospi- 4 J
I jor state voluntary health or- portant.

-. ganizations will appear on the According to Walker, the 8

program to emphasize school October 8 which will
factors then described as exhaustion program
due to overwork. The health programs! : be! held at the University of: Ps

I .jA.' sociated Press learned today Included will be Dr. EdwardR. Florida, is intended as a stimulus -

at-she since has been ordered Annis of Miami, immediate for increased state and local 6Yd0

l -li:: remain in bed for four to six past president of the AMA and school health activities.

';"?ks.. Dr. Fred V. Hcin of Chicago, .' Representatives from county N f'C' ...Y.,v a3A. a KJO}.:.' < Jis.
The hospital said visiting was director of the AMA's depart- icalth'd e par tments, medical A9k J'9r

1. restricted. No telephone calls I ment of health education.Also and dental societies and voluntary .
.1 health have
"-p Dermitted. agencies
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scheduled to be on the
been invited Walker said.!
Miss Jackson has canceled all :
Thomas D. Bailey,
program are .
.Heduled appearances through, n ..,****** &Gx.aayxeaxaxaCONTINUOUS .
of
state superintendent public
instruction; Dr. E u g e n e G. '
-.* Invitation from Presi- : PERFORMANCES!
Peek Jr., president of the State N.
"';Johnson for a White House Board of Health and Dr. Sam- 1 POPULAR PRICES I E :
-) """ner Oct. 6. THE TOTAL PERFORMANCE FORD GALAXIE
W. 500 LTD 4-DOOR HARDTOP
I Doctors now say the 200-pound LEGAL NOTICEThe STANLEY KRAMER.s ;.
Mss Jackson, who returned In University of Florid'! will I receive ......" x
R Now look into the-
May from a triumphant overseas bid as for Indicated the general below.class Interested of cerrmod.tes : bidders -- BOlt Office "IT'S A E x many worlds. ,

,tour, is suffering from a may obtain forms. specifications the Opens E x 0 5.1J'1;, ; a'G
end other Information by contacting :00 MAD c 'L a
hart .ailment. They decline to, Purchasing Division. Room HV. Tigert L xi
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,. Halt' University of Florida. Gainesville }
she will be
indicatehow long Florida. MAD MAD
:'"oitalized. A spokesman said: 44-: Meat and Staples bids open ev: ,
ery Monday 10:00 ,
"The big problem is that there's: 64- Hospital Supplies bids open ev- Features Af MAD. ,
Monday 3-CO 1:30-4:40
ery
nothing much to say one way or 44-101A Office Furniture 10:30 8:00 1 w
another." October 14 "M WORLD K
44-124 Air Conditioning for Be' TheM .t
Miss Jackson whose record PI 10:30 *,. iniu ruumsicr #

sell in the millions, learned to 44 October-127 Fine.. If44 Paper .11:CO C TECHNICOIOR "Just Plain sGreat"

t I sing in a small church on the 44P7 October Tile.. 1964"Center" NewspaperI ... :

Mississippi River levee front in I 10:30 .. Creed ;
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New Orleans. Her father died I T. N. WELLS Manny : : ;-

f when she was 6 years old. At 12 3 Director of Purchasing :..**.******.*****.******x* _-_
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she was working steadily .as a -S-

I washwoman.She ami TOMORROWUNIVERSAL :
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later moved to Chicago HHHHH mHmH mmmmmmmggmmmi! !!!
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THE TOTAL PERFORMANCE
i where her first recording was : mHm ', of Total Performance for'65 MUSTANG 242

ii made in 1934. By 1948 she had OTY STUDIOS :::::m .
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"We could not agree to discuss j'll

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too crowded to permit a conference .mm........... !: m sHH:: hue to see them for yourself. New "cool" world of Mustang Fastback speed Cruise-O-Matic oPtionaL :
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with representatives ................. .IHHSEAN :... New world of elegance 17 solid quiet 2+2 joins the Hardtop and Convertible. New world of economy... 1 3 Falcons with up g
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that has in its efforts to stabilize .im...E.....:.:..!.. =--.m.....:.. the LTD 2and 4-Door Hardtops. New body front disc brakes. Six teams with optional 3Ipeedframe Cruise-O*
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1\ 1st Methodist ChoirsTo GOP To Select -

Today In History Senate Nominee COUNTDOWN">

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By THE ASSOCIATED'PRESS aped to a British ship afterat TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
Today is Thursday, Sept. 24, tempting to betray West Point Register' Friday Orange County Republican executive for citizenship
the 268th day of 1964.,There are In 1789, George Washington '-' ., committee had the

93 days left in ,the year. appointed John Jay of New First Methodist Church's enlarged the 1 Eastman School of Music green light today to choose a I '
Today's highlight in history: York the first chief justice of music staff will supervise j a Rochester, N.Y. where she party nominee for a state senate 1(1( 9 DAYSSIII
This date in 1869 was disastrous the Supreme Court race.
Friday over registrati najored in pedagogy and pi-
''Black Friday," when In 1941,nine European nations church's choir Edgar Johnson of Orlando, the
for the program
has
She
::ano. ressjcnal-
Jay Gould, James Fisk andAbel and the Soviet Union pledged a for the new school year. ]ly in oratoria sung conert p radio Republican nominee to oppose LEFT TO
Corbin appeared to have, full allegiance to 4 incumbent Sen. Beth Johnson,
j:and has served solo rl I
cornered most of the existing: Charter. F! All choirs at First'Church except as n also of Orlando, withdrew as a III REGISTERDEMOCRATIC
free stocks of gold in the United Ten years ago the adult Chancel Choir I many churches.t present, :candidate.In .
States. The government steppedin l General Assembly .;, will be enlisting members at ]Mrs. Lupkiewicz teaches privately answer to queries by party iTlh
and she
recently served -
dumping Treasury stocks oi f: British objections MA N ,F,. the sessioq, slated Friday afternoon I as interim instructor of Music officials, secretary of State Tom
gold on the market to thwart; hear Greek ;' from 4 to 5 o'clock in : at the University of Flori- Adams' office said there wasn't III (.>. D.mecr.tic
d r! Fellowship Hall. sufficient time now for special Ill Extcutiv Committ..,
the three financial buccaneers., termination forthe .j ;
.A da. She is vice president of .
The price dropped, but by noon]l Cyprus. TQ boost parent cooperat ion ;the Gainesville Music Teachers primaries and the county party III W rrn Chiirnun M. Goodrich.
the Wall Street crash came and l Five years ago and youngsters' enthusiasm, Association and a member of,organization should name its
thousands of businessmen were! Bureau informed a film "Can Johnny Sing"* will :Mu Phi National Music Honor candidate.
I be shown, illustrating how t o :
ruined.On .
Dwight D. I Society. According to Mrs.
this date: national budget teach children to sing. Jones, Mrs. Lupkiewicz will be 1 U.S. CHOICE-GOOD
I 'In 1780, Benedict Arnold es-. ance for the 1959-60 The new staff member helping :working primarily with the
in registration is Mrs. Anna children's and youth choirs.
Lupkiewicz. She will work un- I BEEF
der the choir director, Mrs.E. The total choir program at i
Ruffin Jones. First Methodist includes seven iI ii
l HOWcan Mrs. Lupkiewicz, widow of I choirs: The Chancel Choir; for I i CUT TO ORDERCATTENTION
for the late Joseph Lupkiewicz, for- 'adults, the Aldersgate Choir ,
Registration mer director of the UF's Men's for High School y-juth. the
Glee Club, is a graduate of I Junior High Choir, for boys
Lupkiewicz and Rev. Thomas Glenn and girls in the 7rh, 8th, and i
BETTER both standing talk over plans for Friday's I 9th grades; the Wesley Boys !
at First Methodist Church with ScholarshipLoan Choir for boys in the 4th, 5th, To Us
and
Your Cattle Hogs
I Bring
Mrs. E. 'Ruffin Jones.
,
and 6th grades; the Treble
: quality LP gas ExamsGiven Choir'for girls in the 5th, 6th, i I I for Public, Cut, Wrap and Flash FreezingQUEEN'S
and 7th grades; and the Carol
Named Semifinalist inc.I
Choir for boys and girls in the BRAND .
cost LESS?
Oct. 20
you 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thereis
,
i youth attending He is Bayard D, Miller, son grades. I Butler Shopping Center S. K. (Kirby) Jackson, Owner
It in New also a Methodist Men's Choir
It's simple! The smallest container of has Academy been named a of Dr. and :Mrs. George Miller, The 1964 examinations for which sings one Sunday each, 4201 N.W. 16th Blvd 2-5458
Philgas we install is equivalent to more Location"t in the National Mer- 1802 NW 11th Road, and a sen state teaching and nursing month. I
four regular pressure-type LP gas competition.ior at Exeter. scholarship loans will be givenon
reducing the number of servicing calls Tuesday, October 20, a t

required to make each month. And,we 8:30: a.m. Little FolKS by
your tank right a tyour house, The tests will be administered
.handling costs. These savings enable under the supervision of! the ICTS CXSH OVTR TO MMOUSE.

to give you Start a better quality NOW product at r1 county at school the Arm superintendent'soffice y Reserve r*/WATCH* LET'S THE = ZHEY'RS WoNDFR ., ", MAG wt PLT PLtN'r'..txir4'MOM(Fah O AlVSUKC< LiNELL FilOkf,
you. saving by 1 JT( t 80YS FLAY \ iN A
MOW/ .
quality PHILGAS.I {: Training Center, 1125 N. E. 8th FOOTBALL! 11UDDL.>:. WHAT EM ZHEY : .
.. Avenue.
OAtHiES ; .. To nog
SPECIAL :'.''': Mrs. Ruth Sawyer, county su-
OFFER :: H-? .' ":'::: pervisor of pupil personnel ser- rn ;
I/ ) A ant :::.:. vices, will be in charge of giv- w :
.: .: ing the tests at the Army Re-
Supply of LP' .::..,._. .:..::... ... :.:;:: serve Center.
: ;!.i.: ..:.&.:I!........:.:... .'_, ::. : ;.. :.'i::.:.:;:::: Applicants must bring their I
Winstall\\ your gas tank, fill it, own regular lead pencils. Ink
it to your present system, and adjust i| 5ii OARESIkV9ODAYS| :: or ball point pens cannot be
heaters and appliances to their .. ..... .,.. _, .. ... FRESH PORK SWIFT'S PREMIUM
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used.
your ,
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Efficient operating setting. After one -..:..:.:.._:.,'. '.:....:.._.....aot... ..t'J.;.:.('.;..!.Irt'.. .r.-." .l..."'....".:.:.:........'-.'. Students must fill out IIn application SWIFT'S PREMIUM SPARERIBS SIRLOINCHUCK I
MATURE BEEF
jye will refill your tank at absolutely no can cause d popuiation explosion i ot" chs' :, form in advance of HEAVY
tional cost to you. Call soon this : where very, hew have been seen. Before foaches.:'', the examination. Alachua- Coun- TIP
.foodstuffs clothing, and create unsanitary con- :
offer for a limited time 'only! in your home and furniture call fPC. Get the ';: ty teacher applicants will be ROAST
pest control service Available. Scientific pest "con- V able to secure the Superintendent 98c lb.43c .
.. Telephone 376-5392 ; the direction of a graduate entomologist. ";:: of Public Instruction's sig- lb. 37 L6.
FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATES: : nature at the examination cen-
LORIDA ter on Oct 20 and need not SWIFTS PREMIUM
FUILGAS It 1STONTKOL call prior to this. The forms RIB 'END CUT FULL CUT
Phone for both teaching and nursing PORKCHOPS ROUNDROAST
9 ROAST
376-2661 scholarships may be obtained
12 SW Ave. \'
1st \
JT CHEMICAL CO. from the County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction) 1817 E. University lb. i69 .
"Home Operated for 27 Years at the Same < 79c ,
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... TBONE' ALL MEAT I

Now on display: the most beautifulP Chrysler ever;built. STEAK STEW

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P LEAN BRISKET 5LBS.49

is Chrysler '65. The big one that delivers. quick automobile. And there's an improvement in STEW ,, No other purchase

Luxury that reflects your good taste, for one thing. A ride you can really feel. necesury. limit One. y

:_ fast answer to your demands, for another. One more point. A Chrysler isn't all that expen- 4 LBS. 99* 4 a 1.0 LB.LEO SOLIDS .I(:;

Look at it. Clean-lined. Big. Beautiful. Eighteen sive.SevenNewport models are priced justafewdollars

: feet of comfort. Two tons of security. a month more than some of the popular smaller cars. FRESH PORKSAUSAGE 2 LBS. 29

:.: It's easier to get into and out of. There's lots of Visit your Chrysler dealer and see them all: eco- ,

headroom, and legroom and hiproom. nomical Newport; sports-bred 300; and the luxuriousNewYorker.MoveuptoChrysler.ModeI1965.Theman $100 '
3 I
.. Get in and drive it. The first thing you'll notice LBS.

: is best described as "scorch." Model 1965 is a very who sells them will make the move very easy for you. VEAL LB.
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CUTLET 99c

OUR VALUE 303 CAN

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PLATE-PINT JAR CANS

MAY'NAISE 4 jars $1 I( BEACON

FRESH DANDEE-13 OZ. LOAF BLEACH
BREAD 2 loaves 29c
New Yorler 4-Door Hudtop
A.I.TOILET
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HAWAIIAN LARGE-46 OZ. CAN
l V PUNCH 3 cans $1

SS LONG GRAIN

RICE . 3 Ibs. 39c FLA. GR. A MEDIUMJIM
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:.- -. GRITS DANDY. 5 lb S. 29c EGGS 2 DOZ. 89EATING .

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. New? Feeder Beef Grades Alachua County I Lawns Lose Lush Green* } : : \:

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I Become Effective Friday Agenfs Corner Under Storm's Drenching :;;. {".

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By WILBURN C. FARRELL -'"
logical slaughter potential and a, choice grade slaughter steer. ; Extension By HERVEY SHARPE I food elements. Sweet peas is another flower:".t::
\ 4 ** \ the. *animal's' indications of Several states utilize the ten- 1; ;Agricultural Service Agricultural Extension Service I Don't become alarmed if you suggestion. The winter flower-;,,-.,,-
Seven
grade .classifications thrifti ess. tative standards as a guide .in Many ladies are suspected of discover earwigs in your lawn.A ing varieties, if planted now,
for feeder,beef cattle adopted The new feeder grades closely the conduct of, officially-graded Hurricane Dora will long be be eligible to graze diverted bleaching their hair blonde in number of home owners will bloom by Christmas. **."'

I by the U.S. Department of Ag- conform to present U. S. feeder. cattle sales, as well as a remembered in Northcentral acreage of Soil Bank land. Filea search of beauty. have reported them. Plant sweet pea seeds lei .. : .
riculture will go into effect tomorrow standards for slaughter cattle. I basis for federal and federal- Florida and especially in Ala- written Hurricane -- .
; request at the County Dora was no dif- These vicious looking little trenches of rich, organic soil
according ,to' information As a result of,, the changes, state market news, reporting. chua County. We are still trying ASCS office and have it ferent. But since she had no insects may startle you. How- 'that has been sterilized andfTll
approved -
received by the Florida names of the top six grades of While the '''USDA currentlyhas to drain off flood waters in by the hair, it may be that she took ever, the conspicuous pair of ,treated against damping-off. ,
Agricultural Experiment Stations feeder 'cattle will be the sameas no official grading servicefor some sections. About 35 per or their County Committee .- out her wrath on your lawn and hooks at the end of their abdo- Frequent cutting of the blooms?

i the top six grades of slaughter. 'feeder cattle, the Agricul- cent of Alachua County's corn put ole representative.Then gave it a color rinse with rainwater men are harmlesss. They do is necessary to prevent formation \ ,
bossy in the field.
The official standards, which cattle. A feeder animal tural Marketing Act of 1946 au- crop was harvested before not live up to the superstition of seedpods which will reduce ?'
will serve as the primary basis -which qualifies for the choice thorizes establishment of sucha Dora's arrival. After her vis- So inspect your lawn now. It of ,attacking people in the ear. II the flowing period. "T .
: for appraising' the. grade of grade, for example, has t he service if needed by the in- it, about 60 per cent of the corn All Alachua County cattle- may be losing its lush green Earwigs are commonly found : As a border plant for azaleas .' _
I feeder cattle in everyday trad- potential for developing into dustry to facilitate marketing. left in the field was on the men should circle Oct. 14-16 on color because of a soaking bya beneath boards, in wood piles, try strawberry plants

Ing by' the livestock industry; ground. The only, alternative is their calendar. This' is the date windy lady.Centipede under leaves and other plant I The berry bushes like the acid -:T"
are prime, choice; good,"standard to put cattle and hogs in.the. for' our annual winter meeting grass is often the materials. They become num- 'azalea soil and will thrive. The-
commercial, 'utility and in- fields to glean as much as pos- in Tallahassee.: The Duval Ho- first to take on a yellow cast erous in well kept lawns. Ear- dark green leaves, white bios- '"

ferior.. They are determined by 6F 1 k sible. tel will be headquarters the following a heavy leaching. You wigs are largely scavengers soms with cream colored
an evaluation of the factors as- ,Down ,to:. Earth Loss of peanuts due to storm meeting. All indications point to can restore the green color by feeding on dead and decaying eyes, and tart red berries will' ".
sociated with a feeder animal's damage has been estimated at a large delegation from Alachua spraying the grass with an iron organic matter. They rare 1 y pay for your efforts of grow-
20 per cent. A number of our County to back State Cattle sulfate solution. damage plants. ing the plants.
.InLevy County farmers had peanuts on the men's Association P r esident mixture of two
Apply a spray In the event you find earwigsare Camellia and azalea flower -
Livestock ,. ground while others will lose Ralph Cellon teaspoonfuls of the iron com- becoming a nuisance, con- buds should be formed by
much of their crop due to the pound per three gallons of wa- trol them with chlordane of tox- now., Inspect them carefully for
,By .LEONARD .COBB delay in harvesting as the Awarded Grant ter per 50 square feet of lawn aphene. signs of bud browning. This in-
f' Market Agricultural Extension Service stems will rot, leaving of
k many are. Chelated iron products also Violets dicates a fungus which will
[ the peanuts in the ground. ATL A NTA (APA $50- are recommended for coloringup Almost everyone loves vio- cause the buds to drop. If discovered -
Cattle sales at the Gainesville Two programs of assistance 'daily and cannot afford'to cover Cattle pastures are drying out 000 grant from the National Sci- lawn grasses. lets, so try your luck at grow- control the disease
L Livestock Market reached a 15- have been approved'for farm- i these sink-holes. rapidly and should recover ence Foundation ha s been Lawns with a dull green col- ing them. An acid soil, with with a fungicide.This .
t' year peak, as 2,173 head were ers who suffered damage from Peanut Harvesting quickly. awarded to Dr. Charles Weaverof or will also snap to life again plenty of humus and plant is about the last time

.1 sold Monday. Hurricane Dora. The Farmers H; */ 2sting procedures di- Secretary of Agriculture Georgia Tech to find and develop -with an application of fertilizer. food, moisture and shade are you can use an oil emuls ion
Home Administration lias Freeman has, granted our Dis- Fuller's Earth Apply about 25 pounds of conditions that make violets spray for scale control on cam-
: the 72 hand rectly affect ,both quality and resourcesin
Despite' buyers on
.I a loan program at 3 per cent of under aster Committee's recommendation Georgia and Florida. 6-W NPK) fertilizer per 1,000 happy. If you already have violets ellias and azaleas before cold
for the sale quantity peanuts me-
t" prices'were slight- interest rate for loans to farmers to graze diverted feed square feet of grass. then divide them now and weather sets in. If you'll add a
i.-' ly lower due to the heavy fall who cannot obtain local chanized production. grain acreage. The approval is Clays made from Fuller's Sprinkle the plant food even- the perfumed little flowers will little lindane or arsenate of '

runs. Slaughter cattle remained credit at reasonable interest Preparing the peanut vines I for a one-month period ending Earth are used by industry for ly over the lawn, then water in peep out from dark green lead to the soil solution you will
steady with the exception of rates. FHA "Supervisor Percy to dig,by mowing is an important Oct.. 17.Here's. bleaching, cleaning and refin- to prevent the grass from being leaves from December until control leafcutting insects at
calves which ran to 50 cents Jones in Chiefland will handleall first step especially where what you must do to ing operations. burned by the caustic plant May. the same time.
lower. applications for such loans. vines are rank. Use sharp ro- -
mower blades to remove
While stacker cows held up, The ASCS program will per- tary .
half of runner vines. This
stocker steers, heifers and mit grazing of diverted acreage one
should be done 2 to 4 days be- LAST DAYS !
THREE
calves ran 50 cents to $1 low- in the feed grain and Soil
er. Bank programs. Farmers inter- fore digging to allow clippingsto
wilt 'and settle to ground.
ested in this program are re-
r Cattle prices Monday: minded that they must apply for Vines may be moved just priorto
.
Steers and Heifers Good digging if desired. Do not
,
this at the County ASC office
$16 17.75; medium, $14.17; and each application must be clip too much of 'the vine. Ad- Fq. r4Eth FALL FURNITURE

common, '$11 14; inferior- ,, $8-- approved by 'the County ASC just cutter blade; to remove < w :
I 12. Committee before livestock:will 1 leaves and stem"tips..

Calves Good and choice, be allowed on diverted acre: In harvesting, the tap root of :
$16.5018; standard, '$15-17; age. Time' limit on this is '30 the peanut should be cut j just '
utility, $13-15; stockers; $11-19. days, so livestock ,will have to below the area. of nuts. Use 'a cq U Allen FESTIVAL SALE!
Cows -7 Utility,' $13' -- '15.50; be removed from this acreageby sharp digger blade adjusted I

cutters, 1113.50; stockers, $8- Oct. 17. : with slight upward pitch. Ex- .

;, 11. : An emergency ACP practice: cessive blade pitch or'' dull I : T ..
Bulls Utility! $15 15.50; for filling sink holes washed blades may drag nuts from the

cutters, '$12-14.50' ; stockers, $11 in during the storm is inv the vines. Growers who have the "
17.50. Florigiant variety i ,planted
process of being requested for .
A light':hog run, selling 419 farmers in Levy County. This should remember that, they ...
1 f head, showed butcher grades has not been 'approved at this grow deeper in the soil and area .

!4 steady ta. a little stronger on writing. A large number of little more difficult I to plow .. .

some grades Good feeder pigs these sinkholes have fallen in up.Shaking ... ..
I sold up to $25.25.'i on cropland amd pastures in and wind rowing rH .
Levy County, making the fields with overhead type shakers is ..
Tuesday:
Hog prices
shaker to give a 1,'i R
best. Adjust 1w
No. l's,-J16.86; No.2's, $16.60. ; dangerous for livestock and the soil # .
combine action in sur- .
No. 3's, $14.81; No. 4's, 13.95; subject to further erosion., Fif- sightly .
inches of rain has fallen ,in face with conveyor speed
I' No. 5's, 13leeders, up.to ty forward speed of -
the past three months in ,Levy exceeding'
$25.25. excessive
Avoid
machines.
This ,season's last specialcalf County causing most of these
vines
tends to jerk
.f sink-holes to develop. Most speeds which
sale is scheduled for.' to-
nuts. -
the ""
the soil leaving "'
from
all farmers are hard pressed finan
morrow p.m. Adjust your windrow rods to'orm

,1\ a loose fluffy windrow of
I lI proper width for combine to be S 4

1 used. A tight twisted mass of .
{ uR r
It GiI.c1trist County :vine should be avoided. A

smoothing bar just behind the Solid Maple and Birch BEDROOM

CornerBy shaker rack, to shape and firm .
Agents the soil under the windrow, will "
w= .t Here is an excellent starter .
of

't: JIM. YELVINGTON soil eliminate and provide holes and, a clumps level bed r ,. :!:/ Ethan Allen bedroom Ethan Allen-double the dresser l luxurious SALE $ 199 00

I Agricultural Extension Service for[ peanuts to dry. wet r r -... AMERICAN TRADITIONAL way. You can if you wish add
or 'l
When soil is damp
11 x an open stock chest later. Includes -
.. -- --- when peanuts are dug, it may
j 50" double dresser
,1 Swine producers are ,remind-1 I the land will be in better tilth' be necessary to re shake I a '- Custom Room Plan Furniture mirror, nite table and bed All Regularly 253.00

ed of the annual Swine 'Field for the crop in ,the sprbg. Alo peanuts within two days after for only . . . . -- .,.
Day at the University of Flor- if you just must plant your digging. If re shaking is done yt
ida Swine Farm tomorrow. crop on indigo land, this will it should be done at a rat her i I
..9R5'OI. 69$0751. .r
NO
In order to earn money with allow the necessary time for low speed. 30" Two Door Cabinet . ,: a iIl E.'\ ..

swine these days, producer the crop residue to decomposeand Peanuts should remain in 30" Bookcase Top . . 49.50 41.75 CARRYINGCHARGES '.:. .

must be a sharp operator. This so not prolong the nitrogen the windrow until they rattle 11 in 40" Dresser . . . 104.50 89.95 i, "T r,1
t. field day may help! you sharpen feeding of your crop,too late in- the hulls. This is expecia y 40" Bookcase Top . . 67.50 59.95 iI ,
to the harvesting period next true of the Virginia type pea- ;
j your Besides operation.a tour of the swine summer. nuts such as Florigiant. Do not 40" Student Desk . . 95.00 84.95 ON OUR 3 4

remain in the 24" Bookcase . . 43.00 34.75 -
I farm, interesting topics on the Now is the time for soil allow peanuts to Top .i
program include: Swine Outlook sampling to determine if landis windrow for extended periods 24" Chest . . . 75.00 64.95 90DAYPLAN +- # -' -- ,

; Report on Graded Feeder suitable for tobacco End, if after they are ready to pick 40" Three Door Cabinet 105.00 89.75 I .
\ Pig Sales; Proposal for Uni- any special treatment is necessary since damage from sunlight or
form Grading and Marketing of to allow time to make overdrying can reduce qualityfor I
f Slaughter ,Hogs; Product i ionCosts these adjustments. the market. Do not attempt I
for:Raising Hogs in Flor Farmers are'' advised t o to pick' peanuts until they will 4\ OTHERETHAN is.

ida; Buying, Slaughtering and "Steer clear" of corn land on rattle slightly in the hulls. ,
Packing Costs; Handling o! Purchased which chemical weed control Operate your picking equipment ALLEN r .
/
i Feeder Pigs and Gar- was used this, year ,when selecting at speeds and capacities ,

bage Feeding Problems. 1965 tobacco lan.. no higher than those recom- Id PIECES ON SALE '
t The Field Day program begins We need more locally grown mended by the manufacturer. ___ A r
f at S',30 a.m. ,and ends at tobacco t plants in GiL-hri5t coun- Peanut grading is going to be I

t 4:30 pjnGflchrit; farmers desiring ty. Either grow your own or more important this year and in 351.00Colonial J2P ;*?
to attend this program have your neighbor grow them the years ahead. Every grower "
IJ may wist to congregate a t; so you 'can' better know that and equipment operator Sofa
your county agent's office i n I you are putting clean disease- should do all in their power to
Trpnton tb-. cool transportation.., free plants in the field. harvest a high quality peanut. Finest of 199 00Construction SOLID MAPLE AND
:
I plan to:Attend and would wel-

I ride come with a carload me. of farmers to For top-quality vegetables 229.00 BIRCH DINING ROOM

SELECT ,TOBACCO
LAND N9W.We KILL ,Antique Pine Dry Sink, YOUR CHOICE
We have' made considerable n 47" Buffet and Hutch Top

I progress 'in' the past by in- WORMS With Hutch Top 16900 or
creasing 1J:h e tonnage while : 4& ONE ONLY 42" Round Plastic: Top Extension Table (opens. to
maintaining:: in the cur- ( _: 52") and 4 comb. back motes choirs
t ed tobaccq.: 'There'are, however, LOOPERS, \(4&

i a few practices that need ad- r 116.CO Regularly 183.50 . Sale 15955Pc.
( ditional attention\ for 1965 in APHIDS Ethan Allen Recliner

'I/ order to "reap- additional. benet :. Dining Room Suite with Wood Top.

fits with new 8995
{ Income, ,can be increased ont Regularly 171.50 . Sale1495 ,
many farms by selecting ,and
; preparing: the land: for:the tobacco 1
\t allotment in the, early Phosdrin s% 79.59 ANTIQUE PINE

Nematode population can ,.
fall. Chest '
Apothecary
IMBICT1CIDB __ f
and '
be reduced by this practice
._ Bigger.vegetable profits will be yours when you stop cab 4
base worms, cabbage loopcrs,'aphids and other foliage ONE 'ONLY 5995
Aubprn-U.-: destroying insects. Use Phosdrin! 'k WHERE DECORATING SERVICE

Phosdrin kills 'em'fast. It protects such crops as cauliflower I
IntegratesAUBURN cabbage, broccoli: .and,others. And.You, can use 287.50 ANTIQUE PINE IS ALWAYS COMPLIMENTARY
Ala., (AP) Au- Photdrin to within a few days of harvest without harmful ETHAN ALLENCIGARETTE
burn University ,has opened its residues.For best"results, follow label instructions. 5-pc, Dining Room Set

doors to its first Negro undergraduate Don't gamble.your,harvest :with foliage insects. Stop TABLESorry Rr. Extension Table OJ72
it deats.. them quick with Phosdrin and see the better-quality 24900 SOU,
And 4 Motes Choirs
Willie Bee:57yatt and'AnthqnyTilford damage-free vegetables you'll send to market. no .I.J.....,".".. R ell! 11.90 +

Lee-,both graduates of a orders limit two to a

Macon ga, AIa County,..were.reg&fere:Higb'at'Notasal-d' *,at .. '- .. -".' The -Kilgore Seed Company ustomer while,they lost! $795 OPENMONDAY and FRIDAY
NOW
Auburn *,Wednesday without 4- Division of Asgrow Seed Company ,
NITES 'TIL 9 'O'CLOCK 1703 N. MAIN ST."t' .
incident to public "
I ,according_. ; Alachua, Florida
relations director Ed Crawford i .
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10 Gainesville Sun ThiflllD iirstfay, September 24, 1964


WintersKilpatrickVows Calendar: Events ,-. -
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, ExchangedMiss TODAY; September 24 FRIDAY, September 25 FINAL

ElectsOfficers 1 p.m., Founders, Mrs. F. Gainesville ,Chapter, United
; Nations Association luncheon
{ N. Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Terrace tNOVlMAU
I THE Linda Marie Kilpatrickand meeting noon, UF Facul t 7 \
Kenneth Charles Winters ; Club, West Newberry Road.

i I. were married September 19 in I '3 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. Henry I University of 'Florida Engineering
the lona Chapel of the First Lunsford, 1923 NW 5th Wives Club Reception SUMMERCLEARENCE
Presbyterian Church.Dr. Mrs. Farley P. Butler \IV a selected Avenue; ,. 8. to 10 p.m., Faculty
president of Grove 20 Club, West Newberry Road. ,
I t I.fflfflILRuth f Y U.,S. Gordon, pastor, of- of the Supreme Forrest Wood- 8 pjn., Carnation Mrs. S. Gainesville Bridge Club,'9
ficiated at the ceremony per- .qs men Circle Tuesday evening. E. Ritch Jr., 2703 NE 11th ajn., Holiday Inn.

f formed before an altar adorned Serving with Mrs. Butler will St; Geranium, Mrs. CoO'.E. SATURDAY September 26
with baskets of white chry- Melton, 716 NE Second Avenue '
:
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be the following elt"Cted.offi.
Weimer Open house for UF Education
santhemums and gladioli.The ; Hydrangea, Mrs. H. L. '
cers: Wives Club; 10 to 11:30
Women's Editor
.Sneeringer, 814 NW.17th Avenue
bride is the of Mrs. Y. J. Swearingen past .
-- daughter ajn., Mrs. J B. White and
... Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kilpat- I4 i6.w president; Mrs.: J. A. V. Moon, ; Jasmine, Mrs. John' A. Mrs..J. B.,Hodges, hostesses, t SALE
.
4 .. Murphree Jr:, Newb erry
, .. rick, and the bridegroom is n first vice president; Mrs. Jack University Women's ,Clubhouse .
oO,. the 'son of Mr. and Mrs. BerlC. Perry, second vice president Road. West Newberry Road.,

:.- Winters. ; Mrs.'C. C. Gassett, secre- Colfax Rebekah- Lodge Retired Teachers Association -

-- Nuptial music WlSresent- tarn Mrs.Mrs.George G. Smith, No. 2, 8 p.m., Odd. Fellows of Alachua County, Coffee / LADIES WEAR I
treasurer
1 ; J. J. Mayo, 9:30
Gainesville Branch, National honoring new retirees,
ed Mrs. Wilson t
by ialawa, or-
r. : auditor; Mrs. H. L. Johnson, ,
: League of American Pen a.m., Mrs. Joseph Leps, 2210
and Seth solo- ; ?
ganist, Wright,
Tz Mrs. Inna
;i\H'k chaplain; Henley,
,;t Women, 12:15 Primrose NW First Avenue. John Paul
p.m. SLEEVELESS
DRESSES <
ist.
t FRIDAY, September 25 '. ,< ,"; *70.i. ,, ,GrilL Jones, 'guest speaker.
t i Bridesmaids luncheon honoring Given In marriage by her ,f,., .Ji'4i hi.,, y;;;:i.(. .<.rt'',",ix.i. assistant attendant; Mrs. ASST., STYLES. SIZES Reg. 2994.99 "
,
father, the bride floor- ,:'<<::!9;'.:_':<*";C:.', "K..x'yy. "' ;K"r:,..<. Ethel Walker, musician and
wore a '{ "' ''' "
o I Miss Martha Jane Edwards t: 12" i Mrs. S. K. Jackson, captain. SUMMER DRESSES

1 C of" Irvine, fiancee of length ganza over gown taffeta of embroidered, featuring or-a ;>. 4 tl',fit"i,1 :. ;. i Those appointed on the ritualistic ASST. STYLES, SIZES Reg. 5996.99 2.97

$ Doug Davis of Valdosta,, Ga., bouffant skirt ending in a'train. ;t$",, fr w 4t...!,. *,:::<{\. team were Mrs. CharlesE.
I Mrs. C. N. Millican of Tam- Her veil of illusion fell froma 'i '.r ;:; Brown, Mrs. C. N. Felder, LADIES BETTER DRESSES
Gainesville Golf of seed and Mrs. C. B. Crenshaw, Mrs. H. w,9'
pa, noon, crown pearls cry- I 7.99-12.99
and Country Club. stals, and she carried a bou- 'f.' ., :>>., ,.,.1t'li -'. G. Edwards, Mrs. .B. F., Cris- Reg.
T ; <: / J;'
tie Mrs. Emil
: Rehearsal dinner honoring quet of orchids and stephanotis. % ; Bielmanu, Miss BATHING SUITS
i!# i flf { l Dannie Hampton and Mrs. C. 4 97
Miss Martha Jane Edwards of
'''<'' 1 and.2 Pe. .
A. Register. Reg. 8.99
Irvine and their son, Harry 4 Cycle Automatic Washer
j Miss Marcia Perry was maidof
; Douglas Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Area Students
honor, and bridesmaids were .4 CYCLES SLEEVELESS BLOUSES -I
Harry Maxwell Davis of Val- Miss Bonnie Kilpatrick pnd Attend SchoolIn SIZES 32-38 Reg 1.91 .b"RHAPSODY" '
: dosta, Ga., The Brahma of Miss Joy Kilpatrick, sisters of Fully Automatic'

:a Ocala. the bride. The attendants wore LakelandLAKELAND Lint Filter Tub

I SATURDAY, September 26 pastel blue dresses, matching ,_. N.'.....,,.,__..."'_ -Three Gaines .
accessories, and they carried ville students Water Level Control
area are among Model
? Wedding of Miss Martha bouquets of carnations.Berl I, the 600 freshmen and, transfer WaterTemperature A-100 t : CONSOLE STEREO
C Jane Edwards, daughter of C. Winters served his Mrs. Kenneth Charles students who comprise t hisyear's Selector '
Senator and Mrs. L. K. Ed- son as best man. Ushers were Winters -
freshman class at Florida
wards Jr. of Irvine, and Hart Sandy Yates and Michael Walker Giant Sized Tub $119 .". Reg. 9700
ry Douglas Davis, son (.f Mr. After a trip to South Florida, I Southern College. 129.00
Huland T. Hunt of Gainesville Lid
'f. and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davis The bride's mother chose a the newlyweds will make their Safety Switch '

: of Valdosta,Ga.,8:30 pjn. pink silk linen dress, matching home in Ocala, where Mr. Winters is a 1961 graduate of RUSTPROOFCABINET
First Baptist Church of Ocala. accessories and an orchid cor Gainesville High School. His DESIGNER BLOUSES 1
is student at Central
a Mr. and Mrs. T. G. 97
Reception following at the sage. The bridegroom's mother parents are ASST. STYLES Reg. 2.99 .
Florida Junior College. Ward. FINANCING ON THE SPOT
Skyline Room of Silver wore a blue lace over taffeta -
I June Elizabeth Whitehurst of Your Choice of Credit Plans
dress, blue accessories LADIES JAMAICA -
Springs. navy Pre nuptial parties com- SHORTS
Williston is the daughter of Mr. 247
and an orchid corsage. plimenting the bridal couple included The VARIETY STOREON SIZES 10-20 Reg. 2.99
C Post
wedding reception Following the ceremony, a and Mrs. W. J. Whitehurst Jr.
shower for the bride,
'T honoring Lt. (j.g.) Robert reception was held in the a She is a 1964 graduate of Wil :: ,
{
given by Mrs. Tony J. Cunha LADIES JAMAICA SHORTS
: Schenck and Mrs. Schenck liston High School.Gwendolyn f M-V
church social
of Norfolk, Va., 8 to 10 pjn., room and daughters Sherry, Becky Green of Newber- THE SQUARE SIZES 10-20 Reg.1.99.**/
Mrs. Tony J. Cunha and Miss and Susie, at their home.A 7 S.E,1st Are. FR .5348
\ Mrs. George Schenck Mrs. Sherry Cunha poured punch. ry is a 1964 graduate of New-

t *. V. A. Rogers, Mrs. Carleton Assisting with toe hospitalities dinner party complimenting berry High School. Her parentsare : "'f 11' OPLE BELIEVE IN MAY TAG LADIES SUMMER PLAY BRAS \, 47
.
Van Arnam and Mrs. Michael were Mrs. H. K. Wallace, the bridal couple was given Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Green. Reg. 1.99 1 -,
l Coullias hostesses at the Mrs. Thomas C. Skinner and 'recently by Mr. and Mrs. Warren

t *f Schenck home in Waldo. Mrs. Madie Flowers. Ogletree Dr. and Mrs. W. i LADIES KNEE PANTS *
f.4'
t I Shower tea complimenting Mrs. Robert Bratcher, sisterof :Carl Holland, Mr. and Mrs. ANOTHER "SPECIAL SAVING" FOR YOU i SIZES 10-20 Reg. 2.99
bins Herbert Silber, formerly the bridegroom, kept the Clyde Boyles, Mr. and Mrs.
( J
-. Miss Linda Register: 7:30 bride's book. Chester Yates and Mr. and Mrs. DURING OUR "BODY BEAUTIFUL MONTH"angela
(. pjn., High Springs Woman's. Mark Bratcher Distributed Robert N. Walker, at the Primrose I GIRLS WEAR SPECIALSLT. I
Inn.
t : Club, Mrs. William Cole, Mrs. rice bags. I
i G. R. McDowell, Mrs. A. E.

r Waddell, Mrs. W. L. Strick- Immediate :1: :' GIRLS SHORT SETS 7

l land,Mrs. J. E. Vaughn, Mrs. r '% Ethan A Hen SIZES 3-6x Reg. 1.29 U

C Ruth Roberts and Mrs. L. V. Delivery on \
*- Guynn. rjP KARW_'AUtMCAti FURNITURE_ LT GIRLS SHORT SETS

. : SIZES 3-6 Reg. 1.00 'A7,..

li\ i. 'Rummage Sale I NOW ON SALE 1Ui'M I I I t by.Best GIRLS KNIT POLO SHIRTS *47

r 2-6x .,
1.39 ,
* r Gladiolus 'Garden:Circle will Reg.
: BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE CO.GAINESVILLE'S
: have its annual rummage sale .
.. GIRLS SHORT SETS
: Saturday on the Atlantic Coast EXCLUSIVE DEALER 97
!" Line lot, NW Fifth Avenue. The PH. 376-4438 SIZES 3-6x Reg. 1.99
1703 N. MAIN ST.
,it : sale will begin at 7 ajn.
i GIRLS
: SHORTS .97
SIZES 3-6x Reg. 1.99


J DIAMONDS 0 PEDAL PUSHER AND TOP 97

SIZES 3-6x Reg. 1.99 Y..


: ARE i GIRLS PLAY SUITS 47
SIZES S-M-L 1.29 '"
iI ? Reg.
I 4''i/ +.

a. ZALE'S BUSINESS ;ter 11 I GIRLS SWIM SUITS
99
if. trf ASST. SIZES Reg. 2.99CHILDREN'S ,..


,.. : BUT THAT'S NOT ALL. 1
Nr'ter I WEAR I

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: = I. Diamonds are our art 1
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10 ,Gainesville. Sun 'Thursday September.24, 1964 : : ,p -
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: Special Sept '\ .. :. : ; 'J : .:
.. Gainous of .
Rev. R J. pastor "7 .. r ;. ._' '-
Shady Grove Primitive Baptist -
To the Colored Church, will be in,' FINAL I

Community services on, Friday! at',8. p.m. )W
i. : Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. ttNo'Mt -
:.1 r News items for this page should be snF*niited to Colored News Editor Ben F. Quids,
526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR.65753.,Do not send news directly to the Gainesville ,Gainesville Business.and Professional I Roundtree-.Mrs.Parke- Wmter- --
t Son office.MEN'S Women's Club.,presented .I and'"Mrs. ;Eddie' Fisher:
r SUMMERCLEARENCE
; :a Program Workshop MrsBea,'Freeze of Clean
: office ficers to have their ,
I DAY SET plications at the center's' are expected .
i public relations at!the.first district
;: The Men's Day program at during daily hours to 9 p.m. written rep o r,t s.'The District wat e'r, state BPW president! ,
the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist ,Teenagers are asked to attend Superintendent will preach next meeting'of the season'bEldon presented the.luncheon program I

.. Church has been set for the .meeting at the ,center on Sunday: Rev. W.M. Ferguson, Sunday'at the 'Roosevek'Hotel ,entitled, "The.Heritage We Are
Sept. 27. The program is as Saturday Sept. 26, at 3 for pur- pastor.Mt. : .JackSonville. Rhra.: Towne Uving<;,-ith/. .
follows: Sunday School, 10 ajn. poses of discussing polices and Carmel Baptist-T h ere TODAY, September. 23' of:Jacksonville_ ns'e.J hostess I
f Guest superintende D t, Deacon functions of the club. Parentsare will be.a Teachers,Meeting today club. ; r .addition. to the workshopjaanelisto .
:- Charlie Robinson. The teachers invited to attend. 7:30 p.m;'and Choirs Nos. Kitchen shower 'fetingMiss r#t- the::following Gainesville : I

f are Class No. 1, Deacon Dave Further information may be Land -wfll have'their rehearsal Edwinna Murphcy, fian The program, entitled,- VPro- ':BPW member? ,attended: SALE
: Williams; Class No. 2, Deacon obtained by calling 372-3802 or tomorrow, 8 pjn.: Rev.T.A. cee of. Verley 'J..'Spivey of jecting the BPW Image By Pub" MacClellan Miss
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: Oliver Smith; C 1 ass No.' 3, 372.9217, or just drop by for an Wright pastor; .Mrs. Esther !Jacksonville,' 8,pjn., Mrs. J. Mrs.'Jean -
: George Fort; Class No. 4, Deal evening of recreation and inquire Hamm, reporter. EL Brogdon and ,Mrs, 'L. A. licity, was given by ,a panel Patty .Sheldon ,Mrs. Ann Paul-
con Essie Camp; guest reviewer St. Paul C.M.E. Morning Hetrick at'the.former's home, presenting news;media' tips' "for -ling;, Mrs. 'C. .A. King, Mrs: I LADIES WEAR 1-I
; Deacon Hurk Armstrong. NOTICE worship 11 ajn.;' and evening 224 NW 30th. club publicity chairmen. English,Miss LJbbje Maze,
Mrs Herschel Johnson M i
: 11 a.m.: selection,Male Chorus Members of both Choirs, 1 worship, 6:30 'p.m. 'B.' F. 25 ; s-s
FRIDAY.September Panel Adelaide Selle and'Mrs. Charles
; ; devotion, Deacons Andrew and 2 of the Mount Carmel Weary, pastor. representatives were SLEEVELESSDRESSES
= 1.97
Dollar Mrs Bob M. ;Cherry.
Mrs. Lee
; Brown and Edward Williams; Baptist Church' are asked to Archer Church rf 'God in Bridesmaids luncheon honoring ASST. STYLES, SIZES Reg. 2994.99
1' : scripture, Prof. Herman .Fitz; meet Friday, Sept. 25, at 8 Christ-Church School, 10 a.m.; Miss Martha Jane. Ed- -
occasion and welcome, Rev. pjn. for rehearsal at the morn:ing worship, 11:30 ajn.; wards of Irvine, fiancee of SUMMER DRESSES .

i R. W. Gainous, pastor; select- church. Young People's Willing Work- Doug Davis.of"Valdosta,. Ga., ASST. STYLES, SIZES Reg. 5996.99 2.97
ion, chorus; introduction o f ARCHER NEWS ers' Meeting, 6:30 p.m.;: and Mrs. C. N. Mi Mean'of Tam-

: speaker, Prof. D. W. Alexan- Singers To Appear. evening'worship, 8:30 p.m.E1- pa, noon, Gainesville Golf LADIES BETTER
: *? der; speaker, Prof.. C. W. Nor- The Anderson Brothers Gospel der Days, pastor;. Mrs., Ruth and Country Club. 4 97
: ton; response, Prof. Thomas Singers will appear in a Jenkins; reporter. Rehearsal, dinner ,honoringMiss DRESSES Reg.7.99-12.99.
r Coward; solo, Joe Welcome; of- musical program at the Churchof East Side Church of God in 'Martha Jane Edwards!: of
) fering, Prof. Emmett Coach- God in Christ here on Sunday Christ-Church:School 10,a.m.; Irvine and their son, Harry BATHING SUITS 4.97
: man and Russell Henry; offer- Sept. 27, at 3 pjn. morning worship, 11 a.m.and Douglas Davis, Mr.. and Mrs. 4 Cycle; Automatic Washer 1 and 2 PC. Reg. 8.99
: tory prayer, Rev. R. J. Gai- There is no admission' price, evening ,worship, 7 pjn. ElderJ. Harry ,Maxwell Davis of,Valdosta '' ,

;. nous; select ion, chorus; acknowledgement but a free-will offering will ,be ,C. Carter, pastjr. Ga., The Brabma of 4 CYCLES SLEEVELESS, BLOUSES 1 27
i> of visitors, Dea- accepted. Deacon Fields,, spon- NOTICE: Ocala. SIZES 32-38 Reg 1,99a .
: con Sam m i e Campbell an- sor. The Lincoln Estate Home Fully .AutomaticLint -
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: nouncements, D e aeon Bennett NOTICEThe Demonstration Club .will meetat SATURDAY September 26 Filte.Tub-; ,
:- Brooks;' master of ceremonies, Mt. Siani Baptist ,Asso- the home of Mrs.'M. J. Hol- Wedding of Miss Martha -. HOME ENTERTAINMENTSET

( ; F. G. Wingate; doxology and ciation will convene Sept. 24- lis, 1203 S.E.::: 17th Drivs,. on Jane Edwards. daughter of Water Level Control 'Model'

: benediction. 27 at the Mt. Bethel Baptist Tuesday, Sept. 29. Senator and Mrs...L. 'K.. Edwards '. WoterTemperoture A:100'"
3:30 : selection, chorus Church with Rev. G. G.: Mc- The Home Demonstration
: p.m. ; Jr. of Irvine,and-Har 'Selector.,. 23" TV
; devotion, Deacons Eddie Nel- Arthur, moderator, at Spike. Agent, Mrs. Clarice Robinson, ry Douglas Davis son,of Mr., $ Reg. AQQOO;
: son and Essie Camps; scrip- SLATES MEETING' will discuss "Budgeting How and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davis .. Giant Sixe'd Tub, -119 333.50 AM-FM RadioSterio

ture; selection, chorus; introduction The Pallbearers' Lodge No. To Save a Dollar Year Round." ,of Valdosta, Ga., 8:30 pjn., .. Safety Lid .Switch -
: of speaker, Rev. J. S. 54, pride of Gainesville, will The members and interested' First Baptist Church of Ocala. "
Shannon; speaker, Rev. W. M. meet at the regular meeting persons are urged to attend. Reception .following at. the RUSTPROOFCABINET
Ferguson; invitation for joiners; place today at 8 p.m. ALACHUA NEWSASSOCIATION Skyline Room of Silver DESIGNER BLOUSES 1 97

: offering, Duncan Brothers; offertory SPECIAL NOTICE TO CONVENEThe Springs. FINANCING :ON THE, SPOT ASST.. STYLES Reg 2.99 .
: prayer; selection, chorus The Men's Day program ticket Jerusalem Baptist Asso '
J us;. doxology and benediction. sellers of the Shady Grove ciation will convene at the St. Poste- wedding recept Ion Your Choice of Credit Plans LADIES JAMAICA SHORTS 247

7 p.m.: selection, chorus; devotion Primitive Baptist Church are Matthew Baptist Church 'here honoring .Lt., (j.g.) Robert the VARIETYSTORE SIZES 10-20 Reg. 2.99
: Deacons Willie Golstin asked to make their reports today Sept. 30-Oct 4. Schenck and "Mrs.. Schenck ::
and, Richard Mack; scripture,: at 8, p.m. after the ser The Executive Board will 'of Norfolk, Va., 8 to'10 pjn.t LADIES JAMAICA SHORTSSHORTS
Prof. Titus Harper; occasion vices. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter -meet next Wednesday 'at 5:30 Mrs. George Schenck, Mrs. ON THE SQUARE. 1.99 1uD1r'9R .47
V. A. Rogers, Mrs. Carleton 7 S.E. ht Aye. FR 6.5348 SIZES 10-20: Reg.
and welcome, Rev. Gainous; selection ; Rev. R. J. Gainous., .
: chorus; introduction of pastor. pjn.Members are asked to be pre- Van Arnam and Mrs. Mich-
: speaker, Prof. T. B. McPher- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS sent. Rev. T. D. Davis, mod- ael Coullias hostesses at the SUMMER 1.47
10 son; response; Prof. Raiford Emanuel Baptist-Choir No. 1 erator; Deacon B. ('. Lyons, re- Schenck home in Waldo. Reg. 1.99

McGhee; solo, Henry Miles; of- will have its rehearsel today, porter. s. ,
: fering, Arnold D o r s e y and 7:30 p.m.: SPECIAL NOTICERev. LADIES KNEE PANTS 247
: prayer, Rev. Gainous; selection Mt. Pleasant Methodist Choir L. A. Tillman, pastor, ANOTHER SPECIAL S VING" FOR 'YOU' I SIZES 10-20 Reg. 2.99 I
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!' chorus; acknowledgement No. 2 will have is rehearsal and his congregation of the Mt. -
at 7:30 The First, Moriah Church will DURING OUR '"BODY BEAUTIFUL MONTH"angela
of visitors, Moses Blakney; announcements today p.m. Baptist conduct -
I : Dear o n Bennett Quarterly Conference will be I a joint service at the Sha I I GIRLS WEAR SPECIALSLT. I
: Brooks; master of ceremonies,I held Friday, 7:30 pjn. All of- dy G.r o v e Primitive BaptistImmediate
i ,James Stewart; and Deacon
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: nance. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter : M" I SIZES 3-6x Reg. 1.29 *

I ; Rev. R. J. Gainous- ,,.pas- Delivery on !Ii Ethan_ Allen_ i i
: tor. EAXLX ttMLRlCAH fURMTUHE i LT. GIRLS SHORT SETS
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: SPECIAL NOTICE i ,SIZES 3-6 Reg. 1.00 *
t The Community Recreation I NOW ON SALE
F. Center is reopening its regular | I I by Best Form, : GIRLS KNIT POLO

., : Saturday night teenage cances .. ,., SHIRTS 2-6x Reg. 1.39 470_

6 t being Social sponsored Club. by the Teenage I HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE$ CO. I;I GIRLS SHORT SETS

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.r r TeenAge I Pakistani'r Dishes Are A Secret I I Ir [. Read Clothina Labels

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iij; / i'still a prevailing feeling that 4 garlic cloves "* 'C'" ,Read the label. leather. Cleaning instructions label does not specify that all

gJ i lVra r'l .NOTE TO cooking at home is the job of H teaspoon ground E I red pep- That's the first rule to followin should be given on ,the parts of the garment can be
Per '.i buying school clothes, says label of these fabrics. Some cleaned alike, don't buy that
a woman who is definitely 1 teaspoon vegetable shortening 1.Miss Elizabeth Dickinson, cloth- textures may not hold up under particular item.
DEAR MRS. RICKER: IGOURMETSOne inferior to a man. ing and textiles specialist, Florida dry cleaning fluid. Others may Miss Dickinson suggests that
.Tam 14''y ars.:t>ld. My par- xEa. % n salt Argricultural Extension lose their grainy surface when clothes be bought by size rather
Murtaza as soon as he got Service ironed. You not be ableto than Don't guess the size.
elltc have. Invited, ,Barry, a [: Make a paste by mixing together may age.
friend of -mine,- to go on'a of the most popular the present assignment packed the Look for school clothes that wash others.It Check it carefully.
yogurt; ging e r,
weekend trip with us. His par- activities at the New York nearly three dozens of different crushed garlic onions, groundred take a minimum of care. Be is important to be doubly Buying a fabric rain coat?

ents are very religious, my World's Fair is eating at the .VV .y. ...' (.-L,x4'y.yv kinds of,spices to bring pepper and salt. Marinatethe sure they are made to stand cautious when you buy clothes Find out whether the water-re-
parents aren'k .t have told tLiY wear and tear. Just looking at made of two or more: fabrics, pellent finish is permanent or
many foreign pavilion restaurants along. v whole chicken in this mix-
-Banythat: my parents do not i -:, ture for 4-5 hours a garment will not tell you if it such as garments with unusual. must be re applied with each
swear but they do. Ho* canI When he cooks'he adds "a meets these requirements. But trimmings and leather' like. cleaning.
persuade them cot to swearin I With a pretty Japanese jour- dash Remove chicken from mar- the label or hang tag will help.It .
of this and a speck pf
front of .him as it will be nalist became something of aobby. inade. Heat shortening, add should give details about
embarrassing! to me? that" to the'pot, depending on'the chicken and fry to gold e n wear and care. I A "BODY BEAUTIFUL MONTH" Special I
CHARLES mood he is in. brown. Add the remaining
To keep you from making 1
DEAR CHARLES: So Waka-Tsunoda coaxed the "I've never come up with marinade and cover pan. ,, costly mistakes read the label I Plunging Lace Lavished WHITE LIE
Swearing is a bad habit, I recipes for her favorite exotic 'f[. Cook on a very slow fire for carefully" before you buy. Save
the result. I cook thou
same ,
usually required by indivi- concoctions from the chefs. Together F % to % hour until any water the labels for future reference.If CONTOUR BRA
duals who lack a proper vocabulary I with her comments about 4taurant's sands of. different dishes on'one evaporates and a thick,gravy you purchase leatherlike

to express them- the pavilion restaurants, the recipes recipe." remains. Serve hot. I fabrics, be sure you know i Made With
selves. Surely if youask" Makes 2-3 'whether
servings they're synthetic cot-
most dish is
It your parents not to are now available to you. popular Chicken Farooq is a recipe '
swear in front of Barry probably Chicken Farooq. from the kitchen of the fam-
they.will do as you wish. They Waka who was born and Here a Japanese girl journal ous restaurant Farooq of Karachi t-ftll.

....should! In fact, they should raised in Japan, was graduated ist working in America tells The cook claims "Pak- it:1 tA4(4' ,

( set a better example for you from the Internationa. Christian you about it. One in a series. istani dishes are shared by ;
\ and cut it out entirely. If University in Tokyo. She cameto BYDeligl"Onit
"they, refuse, I suggest. you WAKA TSUNODAAP many, but the recipes are
By
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show them this column. It Newsfeature secret." I
might make them realize how ago to attend Columbia,Univer-
sity's Graduate School of 'Jour CHICKEN FAROOQ
-'much this'means to you. .
7 Every diplomat has an intriguing
DBAR MRS. RICKER: alism.. After receiving a mas.ter's secret or two. In the 1 medium-sized chicken HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE CO.GAINESVILLE'S !

I am 17 and so is my boy degree, she worked as a 8 ounces yogurt
friend. We had planned to be research for a radio network,I case of All Murtaza .sent 1 teaspoon ground ginger EXCLUSIVE DEALER
I -* .:married: next montn. He says I division of The Associated from Pakistan's foreign office 2 medium-sized onions, chop- 1703 N. MAIN ST. PH. 376-443$
he loves me and I know I i I to take charge of the
sometimes I then joined the World Service I
love him but pavilion it's the fact that he
| : wonder if he really does love Press.
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loves to cook.It .
me. He often makes a date SUNDAY SCHOOL
with me:but Doesn't 'show' up EDITOR'S NOTE: At the has to be a secret ,because -

t : : until three or four days later. Pakistan Pavilion at the New he firmly believes cook-
i Then he has some sorry ex- I o
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cuse which I am supposed EVANGELISM
believe. When we go to a
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MAGGIE }i1 Give A Hoot j DR. JOHN L. KNIGHT B Cup 32 36 $299

DEAR MAGGIE: Sunday School Evangelist C Cup 32-38
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: in a dream' world: You- want Final Week Of Clearance District Superintendent, Florida District B-L FOUNDATION DEPT.

: __so much to believe the' boy Sale Of' Our Quality Home FurnishingsBrass is- Outstanding Minister, Leader
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refuse
t .loves you, you to bet s.

: ." "Tie've what'you see with your bell strings .. ._ $2.25 :
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actions says Glass bud vases . 89c & $1.75 Everyone
: :r:::!.oubut: his come
, : *. -nearer to the truth. Not showing Baskets for rolls . 39c, mail $1 1 John L.

I up for dates making you Panoramic kaleidoscopes 89c, $1.50 KnightFIRST

: 7 jealous and his general atti- _.. Walnut:- triple dresser .'. . $88 CHURCH
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i : tie: indicate,:all too clearly'he Famous STORE WITH MORE
is purposely giving; you a Stroupe mirrors $15 & $25 THE

f; : rough time. Remember when OF THE NAZARENE GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

: .. two.:people are truly in love Gaddum Interiors 302 NORTH MAIN STREET

; A They: both jdo everything pos- i I 312 SOUTHEAST FIRST AVENUE a
, : sible to make each other happy 3rd' Avenue at 1 1st Street, N.W. I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAJ.
t --: ... Rex Eaton, Minister T. Counts Booth Superintendent CENTRAL CHARGE B-L CHARGE LAY AWAYREMEMBER

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wedding plans
1 postpone your

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a prospective bridegroom. No
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bring any of, my friends home 5 H!
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heading for a mental.institution m
at the age of 14. TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET PLUS OUR FAMOUS PERSONAL SERVICE

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parent is not worthy of hisoffspring's ; '"- Y with acceptable trod inside and out.Built to last
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SPECIAL STYLES
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Drivers who like to press traffic laws to the limit, and then some, are one .
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;pf the targets of the Gainesville-Alachua County Citizens Safety Council. One of TO SELECT FROM 9.99,
:six billboards sponsored by the council is shown here at the corner of South. k 5 SALE 8.9936x
;Main and Second Place. The billboard space was donated by the owner. (Sun I

-photo by Tommy Lewis). orig.: 4.99- 7-14 COATS- ,

a. 5.99 SALE 3.99 REG. 10.99,

With Our Men in UniformTeresa L: SALE 9.99 _
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_ Ann Keyes, daughterof Airman Third Class DavidE. wife, Jean, is with him in Ger- ) LlTTLEBOYS'
Rev. and Mrs. Roy B. Keyesof Loucks, son of Mr. and Mrs. many. : SALE 4.99 LITTLE BOYS'
304 NW 15th Ave., recently Harold D. Loucks of 225 SW ', .
LONG SLEEVED
enlisted in the Army's student Fifth St., has graduated from j a FLANNELLINED
Raymond W. Woodruff, airman .
the technical
nurse program. training course COTTON OR
Miss Keyes, who has completed for U.S. Air Force jet air apprentice, USN, son o f '
two years study at Florida craft mechanics at. Amarillo Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogers of
State University, will be com- AFB, Tea.Airman. Newberry, is a member of Pa- YOUNG JR'S.j,5 COTTONFLANNEL t JEANS
missioned a second lieutenantin Loucks, who was trol Squadron 45 Detachmenton
the Army and called to a routine assignment t 0
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trained to repair,current Air Heavy Bulky
Newfoundland.The SIZES 2
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Force, jet fighters, is being
completion of two study at squadron will be tem- 4
years assigned to a Tactical! Air SPORT TO
porarily based at Argentina, (
the FSU Nursing School. She Command (TAC) unit at Shaw CardiganSweaters AND
Newfoundland. As part of the
will be required to serve three AFB, S.C.
years on active duty in the Barrier Forces, Atlantic, the SHIRTS 4T08
The airman is a graduate of
detachment will be
Army. a representative -
Miss Keyes is a 1962 gradu- GHS. of the North Atlantic- i
SIZES 3 to 8SPECIAL ANNIVERSARYSPECIAL
Treaty Organization.
ate of Gainesville High School. '

Her father is pastor of East- Jack R. Whitehead, son of t'A BEIGE, BLACK,
side Baptist Church. Mrs. Virdie M. Whitehead o f
Lake Butler, was promoted recently Army Sergeant First Class tw1 GREY OR WHITE, r
Samuel E. Spiller, 36, whose
Army 1st Lt. Walter J. BrydeJr. to sergeant major in wife, Mattie, lives at 112:: NE SIZES 1014. .1.59,2/3.00 J'
Germany, where he is assigned 1.59,2/3.00
., 25, whose wife, Nancy, 21st Ave., recently're eived a
the 4th Armored
to Division
lives in Newburgh, N. Y., re- certificate of achievementwhile
cently completed a military Support Command. ANNIVERSARYSPECIAL
as- serving with the EighthU.
sistance training advisor course Whitehead is an operations S. Army Depot in Korea. New Little Boys' Shop 5'" Floor'
at the John F. Kennedy Center sergeant in the command's Sergeant Spiller received the ,
for:'Special Warfare at Fo r t Headquarters Company a ndand award fdr his outstanding per-
Bragg N. C.Lieutenant. near Crailsheim. He en- formance of duties in the
Bryde was gradu- tered the Army in February ROTC Instructor Group. Colo- BOYS' ALL WEATHERPILE
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Academy at West Point, N. Y., this tour of duty last April. Spiller entered the Army in !) -' ,' I LINED POPLIN '
In 1962. His parents live at Uni- The 35 year old soldier'at- 1948 and arrived overseas 0 n ( S i
versity Station, Gainesville. tended Union High School. His this tour.-of, duty last month.
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IS THIS ANY WAY TO RUN ,A HOUSEHOLD ... ...... Navy All_ Sizes_

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-- You bet It Is in a Medallion home. LM !P S INFANT'S Hack

While you're playing with the kids or Q Q

gardening,shopping,or meeting Dad for ANNIVERSARY PRICED
lunch your Medallion home Is doing __ 3-PIECE

things for you. 1A CORDUROY STACKED HEELS
There could be a roast in the oven,dishes

In the dishwasher, clothes in the dryer. .
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LOWER IN COST-MGHH VALUE S "S -
HOME WKJC PASTEL COLORS wj
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than to have a combination of services September -. M-L & XL 5; ,Sizes to iOf"" -. ':. ,-
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down.Why odd another energy source ...,.. pairs'from our regular stock of famous brands reduced. during thisonceLadies =:a-= ,--
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I .. :_ Thursday, September 24 1964 Gainesville Sun 13 ;i.t >. ,. EDITION t


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agents Florida have county been agricultural ot, lvf .6

named Association's County recipients Agricultural highest of the honor National Agents-- ; M A f In Advance of Schedule



Distinguished 1964. Service Awardsfor -


Honored are Rudy Hamrick, Birmingham ,Architect Seen
Madison County, Edsel Rowan,
Marion County, and Robert S.
Pryor. Broward County. Their Big Boost To Construction

combined service to Florida agriculture y"

x total nearly 50 years. x :. By BOB MEEKER,
... The three. agents were nomi- ar Sun Staff Writer
nated by the Florida County ,WILLISTON = The new Williston Hospital may be
Agents Association. Confirma- nine months to a year ahead of schedule through the

tion from the national organization 11U hiring. of architect Charles H. :McCauley, Birmingham._ p7t
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was announced by Dr. M. V: .. City Councilman Royal
0. Watkins, director of Florida w .ilf'O French[ said yesterday that McCauley capita income has risen since
Agricultural Extension Service. has built 17 hospitals in original application for t h'e

Watkins said the awards are Florida, including the Alachua grant was made.
made annually to a select groupof An .General Hospital in Gainesville. French said Art Forehand, S
the nation's county agents, French said the Council had Florida director of Hill-Burton

who have, over a period of 10 hoped to keep the job on.a local funds through the Florida De-
S or more years, made outstanding _. t basis and the firm of Moore velopment Commission, assuredthe
and May ,Gainesville, had Council his Tallahassee of-
t contributions to agricultureand
f rural living. In addition to Pride of Trenton HighOn been mentioned. fice would be open to them and

distinguished service in agriculture } I He said, however, that any I that he, would make every effort of. .

each is active in church, their way to classes, Lucy Teague and Sharon Schofield pass Trenton .'architect, including McCauley, to push the'project through
\ civic, and community affairs High School's new library, referred to by Principal Walter Brown as "the finest who had to start from scratch if everything,is in'order on theCouncil's

'*rn their home towns and coun- high school library'from Key West to Boston." The new structure was com- .to get the plans up would re- part. '
e ,
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,,1i Des. They have demonstratedtheir pleted in time for the opening of the school year but is still awaiting furnish- quire a minimum. of nine The City Council plans t o

abilities as leaders, ings, expected momentarily. (Sun photo by Bob Meeker) months. raise $25,000 in local matching
orga- By using McCauley, the city funds through the sale of revenue -
nizers, and educators on many can take advantage of tried and certificates. A St Peters- f
occasions both in 4-H and adult proven plans used elsewhere burg fiscal agency has been re- i k
Extension work. Tomorrow Is Deadline and would' not have to wait. to tained to prepare the certificate : N'J

have them drawn. up. issue, and market it.
... French said another aspect of The certificates will be back- r1 f

EscapeeBack rushing the plans through has ed by a pledge of cigarettetax i
For Suwannee 4-H ShowTRENTON to do with finances. money and a utilities tax, 1 fi I
In
Jail He said the planning stages if it becomes necessary to im- I

must be complete,and in Wash- pose, such a tax.
After 31 Yrs. Tomorrow is opportunity for all 4-H, FFA Dairy Tommy Philman, ington within four-weeks ,or'the A -14-acre ,tract of land at Tree 'Counselor'Van
the deadline, for 4-H entrantsto and FHA youngsters to show Larry Lindsey, Grady Jones city stands to lose 5 per cent Church Street and US-41 Southis Alachua
Murphy farm forester has
MIAMI (AP) -Samuel Steve register their projects for their various projects. and Tommy Jones; of the $250,000 Hffl-B u. I ton, being obtained by the city duties which include, helping County the landowner to, get
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Jackson,. who escaped from an the Annual Suwannee River Gilchrist County boys and Swine Edward Bairon, grant.. from Henry Barton. A price has maximum dollar return from his farm woodlands.

Orange .County road gang 31 Youth Show. girls already registered for Herbie Parish ar.d Jimmie, Hill-Burton grants are basedon been agreed on but has not yet Here, Murphy uses a Swedish increment borer to
County Agent Jim Velving- the event are: V been revealed.
is back in Ray Knighton. per capita income of the officially
years ago, jail, determine the growth rate of slash pine.
ton said all registrations must Steers Karen Bennett, community, the, councilman
tripped by a minor traffic
up be in the hands of the voagor Ernest Matthews, Gerald Bar- Poultry Ana Pnilman, said. Apparently>Williston's per
violation.He home economics teachersor ron, Larry Lindsey, Thomas Gwen Philman, Selma Roberts
had lived in Miami for 11 Advice for Farm
and Paula Townsend. Woodlands
in the county agent's office Jones and Greg Bennett.
years, and no one-not even his Cedar K.eyChurch ,
by Friday.The Beef Breeding Larry Corn Larry Downing and
daughter-knew that he was an annual Linda Hiatt '
event offers an Lindsey and Kordgien. Kagan.

escaped In 1932,convict.Jackson walked away FreemanWants LadiesTo Is Free for the Asking

from a road gang at mims Bank RemodelingFor Meet :.
where he was serving five yearson C7

a conviction of breaking and By BUZZ MIXSON and will mark the marketabletrees. ing, from planting to harvest-
entering the home of Edward to Up CEDAR KEY The Ladiesof Sun Area Editor He will recommend the
Cedar the Christ Episcopal Churchin ing.But
Bushman of Daytona Beach. Key Alachua kind of harvest that should be his time is limited be-
I Cedar Key will have a meeting Coun landownershave
y ;
He was picked up Tuesday be- Tobacco : made and when it should be cause of the wide area he has
PropLAKE in the Parish House, Thurs- ,,at their disposal-f o r-
of minor traffic acci- made. The farm forester will
cause a By LOUISE ANDREWS tion of Cedar Key, he made a day,' Oct. 1, at 4:30 p.m. free-the services of.what might to cover.' He is limited to three
dent and charged with violatingthe Sun, Correspondent 1 sketch of how he pictured the CITY (APSecretaryof ) Mrs. Bessie Gibbs presi- be considered the,equivalent oi: give the landowner'the names days on any one owner's wood-
financial responsibility of possible and also will lands
state's completed building and that's Agriculture Orville Freemantold dent of the group, said they will experienced Investments counselor buyers during a year.
law by having no insuranceand CEDAR KEY-The C i t y of let buyers know that the tim- While he is primarily concerned
how it will be. an airport crowd that the complete plans for a benefit bazaar .
for failing to appear in Cedar Key has growing p ins. McKinney is extending the "tobacco price support program in December. The Bazaar ber is for sale. The landownercan with the small owner, Mur-

court.' They[ include construction of the building four feet hi length, and needs to be improved, not term- will include a white elephantand This "investments" counseloris then request bids from buy- phy's services also are available
He fingerprinted and released -new city dock, the new beacon the bank will have a 22-foot inated. bake sale. Farm Forester Van Murphy, ers or bargain individually with on a general planning bas-

on $25 bond."I ,tower on the air-strip, the new frontage with parking on two It will be held at the street intersection who deals-not\ in stocks ;,and them. is to any size ownership.The .
knew the fingerprints wouldgo !police cruiser equipped with sides. The building will be mod- His remarks to about 175 per- at the' Island Hotelon bonds-but in trees, pine and Murphy also will tell the land- farm forester points out

to Washington," Jackson first aid to meet any emer- em colonial with o'd' brick for sons were made on a fast tour Friday and Saturday, Dec. !,other types that are marketa owner where planting is needed, that Florida's forest industriesare
said. But he said he didn't con- gency and restoring picturesque the exterior and provincial pan- through Florida during which he 4 I and 5 between the hours of b 1 e as pulpwood, sawlogs, what trees are best, how to obtain ,second only to tourism as
sider running. "I didn't have buildings by some of the eling throughout Ue interior. admitted "I may sprinkle in a 10 and 4. poles and fence posts. seedlings and how to plant a 'source of income in Florida

anywhere to, fun to." residents. The inserts on the interior pan- little politics. It's that time of Mrs Gibbs said this annual them. and that small woodlands makeup
Orange County authorities And now John McKinney, eling will be clove biege. The year." bazaar has attracted people The planting of ,trees on idle Working in his advisory capa nearly 50 per cent of the

have already asked that Jacksonbe resident of the Cedar Key interior lighting will be colonial At Jacksonville Wednesdaynight from many areas in past years land_as along-term investment city, Murphy, to sum it up, commercial forest area 'in ,Flor
returned, Miami police said. State Bank, is planning to remodel style, as are the carriage Freeman said the Democratic and they plan for a record attendance their management and market- covers all phases of tree farm- ida. '
the bank in keeping with lamps at the entrance. McKin- party "has always viewed in December.The ing are the prime:concerns of'
Head of 6100' the charm and tradition of Ce- ney said he has ideas for very government; as a useful and con funds raised from this Murphy,:a;, professional graduate -'
dar Key. unusual decorative walls, but structive force in life." project and others throughout forester employed by the Thompson Qualifies
To Be MC With Hurricane Dora out of his plans are not complete. Republicans, he said, are "led the year go toward sending a Florida.Forest Service and Ala. I

At Gator Growl the way, the Goss Bros. Con- The Cedar Key banker said by strident spokesmen who set child to Camp Weed, for Christ chua County to assist, and advise -
struction Co., recently began he will inaugurate new serv- themselves in principle against mas gifts and wrappings to patients woodland owners. In High Springs Race
ices for the The bank I in Chattachoochee fur
the old people.
Chairmanof dismantling preparing government" -
Raleigh W. Greene, ther. While Murphy might be considered -
Florida's Council of 100, will for the new.' Construction is will remain open from 9 a.m. Freeman told a Young Democrats the "counselor" on tree HIGH SPRINGS-City Com- terms. Incumbents Marcus
be Master of Ceremonies at the finally on the upswing. It is estimated -to 2 p.m. except Friday whenit dinner that under GOP sist in financial affairs 'of the matters, County Ranger Gene missioner Arthur Thomp. Hunt and Ralph I-ongman had
University of Florida's Gator the work will take will remain open until 6 presidential nominee Sen.Barry Vestry and contributions to disaster -Branch of the Forest Service son qualified yesterday as a previously qualified to seek re

Growl Friday, Oct 16, Florida about three months. p.m. He will also have a night I Goldwater Americans would areas. and his fellow workers' mightbe candidate for re-election in the election.
Blue Key announced today. McKinney said after talking depository for the convenienceof ,become "a people divided by Anyone in Cedar Key or the' considered the "guardians"of Oct. 13 city election here. The candidate qualifying per-
Gator Growl, credited as with designers and not quite customers. 'distrust, suspicion of neighbors surrounding area who wishes to investments. His'qualifying completed a iod ends next Wednesday.
tree
"the world's largest all-studen I coming to a decision he thought ,The bank will remain open and mired in the destructive contribute one or more articlesto slate:of, incumbent commissioner City Clerk Lou Cloutier said

produced show," is the giant befitting the charm and tradi- during construction. I I radicalism of untested the white elephant sale' are Currently both Murphy and candidates whose terms' are. that applications for absentee
rally during the University's :theories and impractical poli requested to contact Mrs. Bes- Branch are''' urging owners of expiring this year. ballots to be cast in the Oct.
pep Homecoming weekend, Oct. 1&- Halt Invasion of Roaches I cies." sie Gibbs at the Island Hotel idle land, to put their acreageto Three city,commissioners are: 13 election may be filed with

17. It precedes the Florida Ga- Freeman was to fly to Lake- in Cedar ,Key., work by planting trees. Start- to be named for two-year him up until 5 pjn. Oct. 7.

tors big football game againstthe With InsecticideThe ,land later today to discuss tariff ing in November will be tree
University of Soulh Carolina Proper matters affecting the, citrus industry 98,000 Said planting time, and the several
Saturday, Oct. 17. with Florida Citrus Mu- types of seedlings are availablenow City Wants U.S. Government
in the law sight of a dark b r"owncockroach Although the smaller German tual officers.
Greene, a partner Given including pine, ,cedar and
firm of Greene & Davenport in scurrying across roach or waterbug has become to Demos Arizona, .
St. Petersburg, graduated from your kitchen floor at night is resistant to certain insecticides, cypress.As To Pay .$800 Parking Fines

the University of Florida witha not only embarrassing, but a there are chemicals availablethat Archer Club .TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. a matter of fact, landowners .
B.S. degree ,in 1950. He took hazard to health as well. After can control it if applied Farris Bryant said today he have just until Oct 1 to -LOUISVILLE------ -, Ky.-- (-AP-) the meter it's out of their own

his LL.B. from tha Universityin endless swatting, many frustrated properly. DiscussesFuture turned over to the DemocraticState place. orders, so, that they may How do you make the U.S. gov- pocket says Lt George Tsar-
1951 homeowners wonder Executive Committee $98- be'eligible to receive a prorata ernment pay for a parking tick- nas of the Army Recruiting
Brodgon suggests a 2 cent
In 1960 he received the Junior just what will halt a massive per 000 collected at the presidential share of the types which are et? Service.
Malathion
2 cent ronnel
roach invasion. per PlansBy fund raising dinner in Miami sold out first.
Chamber of Commerce cf St. usually,
(Korlan), or one half per cent Beach earlier this year for cam- That's an $800 question, the "We don't have any funds
Petersburg Distinguished Serv- James Brogdon entomologistwith solutions to eradicate this re- MRS. C. W. AILSTOCK paign purposes Orders may be placed City of Louisville would'like to available for this purpose."
ice Award.He the Florida Agricultural sistant species.These through employee of the have answered soon.
chairmanof Sun Correspondent Bryant said the fund committee any The Marines
was, appointed Extension Service has the an- of which he Florida Forest Service, county In the last year, it has slapped speaking
Gover- chemical ARCHER-The Exec utive was'chairman, through
the Council of ICO by sprays are Maj. Leonard Wood,
swer. "Roaches may be quick and ASC officers. The 200 parking tickets the
nor Bryant., not effective unless applied correctly. board of the Archer Woman'sClub suggested the money be,distributed agents on take the position that "our vehicles
enough to evade the bottom of and
like this Forest Service headquarters in autos of Army, Navy Ma-
Mel- In where met to discuss :
C. Howard McNulty, Spray areas recently are as much a part of a
a well aimed shoe, he says, rine recruiters whose
Gainesville is at the fire toweron Corps
bourne;a third year law studentat roaches run and hide such asunder plans and committee. work for $25,000 to the Democratic can- federal agency as post office
"but not immune to
they are : offices In the federal build-
the University cf Flcnda' is insecticide." sinks or behind stoves, the club year which begins Oct. didate for governor,Mayor Hay- NE 23rd Boulevard. are trucks.
director of the giant Gator the proper refrigerators and baseboards.For 1. don Burns of Jacksonville. Prices for seedlings are $4 in-
Growl. Brogdon points out that the Meeting with the president $25,000 to the Democratic can- per thousand ,for four types of They use government cars "When we pay a municipal
correct amount of insecticidecan more detailed informa- Mrs. H. B. Skinner, were the didate for U. S. senator, Sen. pine and $8 per thousand for but all three services say the authority", every taxpayer is
control the four speciesof tion on this subject ask your following officers and committee Spessard Holland of Bartow. red cedar and Arizona Cypress. government doesn't budget paying.

StephensTo roaches Australian, Amer- county agricultural agent for chairmen: Mrs. F. C. Jones, $8,000 to:each of the six U. S. Other types available _include any money for parking or Lt. Com. Robert McLaughlin,

Be MC ican, German and brownbanded circular Roach." 138-A: : "Goodby, Mr. first vice president; Mrs. C. W. representative candidates having the Catalpa tree, also known as for parking tickets."If the Navy recruiter, said h e

commonly found in Flor- Ailstock, second vice president; opposition,. Rep. Charles the "fish bait" tree. This lat- the men put a nickel In never has been approached by

BRONSON Levy County ida.To Mrs. L. B. Gravely, recording Bennett of Jacksonville, second ter tree at certain season is police about any parking prob
Clerk of the Circuit Court Ernest kill these unwanted pests, FCC, Exams secretary; Miss Eula McKin- district; Rep.. Claude Pepperof filled with worms which some lem.

Stephens? had been selected Brogdon recommends using a ney, treasurer; Miami, third; Rep. Dante people use ,as fish bait. Bennett 'My men don't have
as master of ceremonies for general spray containing 2 to 3 Set Oct 14-15 Mrs. 0. F. Cummings, his- Fascell of Miami, fourth; Rep. Most of the seedlings for this ing meter allowance a park"
either
installation of new officers of per cent chlordane, or ,one-half torian; Mrs. J. F. Amos, chaplain Paul Rogers of West Palm area come from the AndrewsNurs Sworn In reported "I can't he

the County Finance Officers Association per cent Dieldrin. Examinations for radiotele- ; Mrs: Maude Grantham, Beach, sixth; Thomas Kenneyof ,e r,y,in Chiefland, where tell a man go out and
in West. Palm Beach Effective control of the two phone and radiotelegraph oper- chairman, youth activites com- Cocoa Beach running for around 6'' million young .trees KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Ed you can break the
state law
next month.The larger species American and ator's licenses will be given bya mittee, and Mrs. Martha Sim- the, llth district; and Marion were recently lost to Hurricane W Bennett, Clay Electric Co. him that I'm not going to tell

annual meeting *>f the Australian -, requires a spray representative ,of the Federal mons, chairman of the committee Harrelson of St Petersburg, Dora. Branch said, however, employee, was sworn in as a that "officially -111 put it
County Finance Officers is containing 3 per cent' Malathion -Communication Commission Oct. on education.The running for the 12th. that the Chiefland nursery I Keystone Heights City Councilman way.

scheduled Oct.. 15-17 in.West. or one-half per cent Lindaneor U '--'15 in the National Guard first regular meeting of! Bryant said the fund committee probably ,would still be able to Tuesday by Mayor. M. L. The city, said Safety Director

Palm Beach.. Diazinon. The- elomologisl Armory in Jacksonville. the year will deal with club bus- suggested $10,000 be kept in supply, all the seedlings needed.As .I Be sler., Wallace Hoaglund, doesn't
Stephens-'was asked' by Wesley -says Malathion or Diazinon will iness and has been scheduledfor reserve .for: the planting and management ,Bennett succeeds Eugene Williams mind if the services park fir a

Roberts ,of Tampa presi- also kill the ,brown: 'banded Anyone;'desiring to' take 'tt.ei Oct:6 at 3:30 p.m. Hostesses The dinner raised more than of trees, Murphy is on the Council. few minutes without feedteg the

dent of the association, to preside roaches, but neither chemical 1 examinations should notify the for this meeting will be Mrs. $200,000 which was divided even- the, man; for; this After the! Williams resigned upon his meters. "We only ask that they
at the annual banquet dur- remains potent as long as chlordane FCC Office in Miami, before: W. L. Hair and Miss Mayme ly between state'and national trees are mature, he.-will give transfer to ,the new Clay Electric don't park on those 30-aiinute

tog of officers. or Dieldrin. Oct. 9. i Anderson. ,Democratic parties. free ,advice as to marketing Co. office in Orange Park. meters."
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:.. '+ > .. By"MIKE RATHET That was the day the Yankee i including the sweep of a doubleheader -
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m"- Associated Sports manager blew the whistle on reed for a color set-up.
', ;, There's Mickey Mantle and i Phil Linz and his harmonica i innings and 6-4 Wednesday

Roger Maris and Mel Stottle- playing, the discordant notes I night

i..,' j.di" myre and Pedro Ramos. All apparently resulting in a greater And Linz, who hasn't playedhis

t j jI good reasons why the New York harmony that has carried the 1 harmonica since Aug. 20, -

s ( Yankees have taken an imposing Yankees from 4% games behind I figures to get his chance soon.

four-game lead in the American to four in front. He has made this promise:

e League pennant race with "If we clinch the pennant, I'll /
.727 Ball More People Own ''
10 remaining.But
only games
Since Linz went "toot, toot"on bring my harmonica into the '
the Yankees actually '
may and tune.I ReA VICTOR \ :
dressing room play a Than yid
have started moving to the front his $2.50 mouthpiece, the I ,? (
The notes I know
Yankees have played .727 ball only now are Any Other
of the 'pack when Yogi Berra 'Way Down Upon The Suwannee Television... i
x 3 stepped to the back of the bus. with 24 victories in 33 games, I a
River'. Black-and-White f

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a 4 'ly a fitting. I
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against the Indians was theYankees' Y p

BALTIMORE brhbiApar.cio DETROIT brhbi NEW YORK abrhbi.CLEVELAND abrhbi second in two nights,'

ft .4121 Wert 3b 5111 Linz ss 4110 Francona rf 4 1 2 2 gave them a 9-0 record at Cleve-'I'
(AP Wlrephoto to WIt Sun) cf 5130 Lumpe 2b 4220 Rich'ds'n 2b 5 1 31 Howser ss 4000
YANKEE. INFIELDER PHIL LINZ (34) FORCED AT SECOND BASE Snyder Powell If 5011 Kaline rt 4 2 2 1B.R'son Maris cf 5021 Whitfield Ib 4 0 2 0 land this season and extended I TIle DRISCOll. I

Indian Shortstop Dick Howser Makes the Play in First Game Bowen rf 3b 5010 4031 Freehan Demeter c cf 4234 3000 Howard Lopez rf c 4101 4010 Wagner Agee pr-rf If 4010 0000 their latest winning streak to I all! I Jj 11-Brat w....to aalr s.r w.U.6f-at....-)
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Lau c 1000 Thomas If 2 1 1 2BrGwn Pepiton Ib 4020 Davallllo cf 41 1 0
c 3000 M' 'lIffe U 3 001 Boyer 3b 3122 Romano c 3121 number tosir.
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Barber pVineyard 0000 Scale p 100' Banks ph 1 000 RCA VICTOR 1\w Stt2iCOLORTV
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Seven Suwannee Teams Green phJohnson 1000 Fox p 2 00 0 Chance Luplow ph ph 1 1 000 000 First Straight I
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36 311 J Totals 11II1110 I Any combination of victories
Totals
Totals 34 <11 S Totals 35 4 f 4 I
Baltimore ................. 200 100 wo-a New York ............ ... oie 130 Ml-4 by the Yankees and losses by Swivel-base Contemporary consoletta
Detroit .............:..... 2M 202 4flx-10 Cleveland .... ............. 000 021 100-4 the runners-up will bring New All-channel (VHF and UHF) tuning

E-Powell.-Baltimore Siebern 1, Detroit, Rowe 2.,LOB ArtAuliffe.DP -Baltimore LOB-New E-Whitfield York, Moran.6, Cleveland DP-Cleveland 5. 2. York its fifth straight pennant. II Glare-proof RCA High Fidelity Color'Tuba,

Go Hunting for No. 2 11, Detroit 5. 2B-Davalillo, Francona. HR-Alvis Baltimore and Chicago woundup '
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2b-Freehan 2, Thomas. 3B-Siebern.SB (17), Romano (19), Francona (7). S- Improved 25,000-volt (factory
: -Bawens. Vineyard, Lumpe, Dem- Ramos. SF-Boyer. the day tied for second place, chassis -
eter. SF-McAuliffe. IP H R ERBBSO
II II Sheldon W 5-1 .... 52-3 5 3 3 0 6 the Orioles losing to Detroit 10-
By LARRY WOODS the following boys tomorrow doesn't play) and Robert Ous- IP H R ER aB SO Stafford .......... 11-3 3 1 1 1 a 3 while the White Sox defeated
Barber 2.3 2 2 1 1 Hamilton ...__.... 1-3 0 0 0 0 a :
Writer night: ley at the halves, and Randy Vine'dL2-5 31.3 3 2 1 2 ; Ramos ........... 12-31 0 0 0 4 the Los Angeles Angels 2-1. OUR WITH
Sun Sports Mitchell and Ronnie Jones 1 3 0 0 0 0 Kralick L.12-6 .... .1.3' 5 4 3 4 I 57500
Bruce Corbin at fullback.
, Rowe 11-35 6 3 0 1 John .........:... 12-30 0 0 0 2 Though not impossible, the PRICE TRADE
"Seven unbeaten Suwannee Stevens, ends; Jimmy Milli- Trenton win host pre-season McNally 2.3 1 0 C 1 2 Bell .............. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Baltimore i .
Conference teams 0 huntingfor Miller 1 0 0 0 0 McMahon ,...._.. 2 2 1 1 0 3 pennant chances of
g can and Doug Stevens, tackles; powerhouse North Marion and Regan 0 3 2 2 1 : WP-John. T-2:44. A19117. and Chicago have almost van- "
their second win of the sea- Emory Legler and Hall i e from the reports of Tiger coach scale W 1-0 4 4 1 1 2 : EASY TERMS
Fox 5 4 0 0 1 Night Game ished. Should the Yankees win
son Friday night. A quick look Priest Robert John Rowe have 4 In 1st. MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY
guards, Philpot, injuries taken Regan faced men
at the schedules will testify not HBP-By Barber (Cash). PB-Lao, abrhbi abrhbi only half of their 10 remaining THE S
center; Bobo Griffith and Mike their toll this week at Trenton. I Brown. T-2:46. A-2,057. Rollins 3b 4010 C'pan'rls ss 4000 the Orioles and White VARIETY
.all will return home a winner. Versalles ss 4 0 1 0 Green 2b 4111 games,
and the lost
Mikell at the halves Considering last weekto
Doug
Twilight Came Oliva rf 3010 Stahl If 4030 Sox would have to win all eightof STORE
-AVilliston will be the site for Mitchell at quarterback.Cross Crystal River and injuries NEW YORK CLEVELAND Klllebres If 4110 Colavito rf 4010
their to tie.
brhbi abrhbi Hall cf 4010 Gentile Ib 4000 games get a
tossup affair that pits the City, still savoring the during practice this week Tren- Linz ss 3100 Salmon rf 4 1 2 0Rich''n Mincher Allison lb Ib 0000 1000 Charles B'wsfld 3b pr 0000 2000 In other AL action, Washington -I 7 S.E. 1st Ave. On The Square
ton will have 10 who will 2t 5110 Moran 3b 0000
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unlikely see action Friday night.: If 3110 Bethea 2b 3100 Mathews cf 3000 Phone 3765348AMERICA'S
City. The winner will quickly Greenville, inturn may be with- Mantle Repoz rf 0000 Banks Howser If ss 2001 3010 Boswell p 3000 Duncan c 3000 sota nipped Kansas City 21. ,
in the Southern Karr due to North Marioneaturing an Krausse p 1 0 0 0Tlrt'bull
gain prestige out halfback Jerry Howard c 5121 Alv's 3b 1001
,Division of the conference. an injury suffered in practicethis all senior squad, will go with Tresh Pepitone If Ib 5000 5 01 0 Davelillo Romano C cf 2 5121 0 0 0 Jimenez ph ph 1 0000 0 0 0 ...

ends, Ashley Wood and Sells Boyer 3b 5000 Chance Ib Causey pr 0000
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week.
Williston who trounced Bran- Totals 29 2 5.1 Totals 31.1.5.1Minnesota
,last weak will be will with I Edwards; tackles, Bobby Gib- Mik'sen Downing p p 3010 1010 Martinez Fran'na Ib cr 0 0000 0 0 0 .... ..?......... 001.100000
ford 34-0 But Cross City
open son and Roger Wood Agee.cf 4010 I Kansas City........... .000000,001-1 nBOR
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without the duties of fullback John Ross and Booby Kincaidat Luplow rf 1000 E None. DP-Minnesota 1 Kansas
Robert Head, according to ends; Lester Hall and War- 'Tookie Pruitt and Dale Stone; Held 2b 5010 City 1. LOB Minnesota 7, Kansas City
center Jim Huff. McDowell p 3 1 1 0Whit'fld 5. i. I
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coach Sammy Miller. Head is ren O'Steen at tackles; Cecil ph 1 0 0 0 2B Versalles. 3B Rollins. HR- .

sidelined with the flu and may Kight and Homer Melgaard at i 1st add to seven suwannee Brown 2b 1000 0 0 -Green Battey.(11). SB Oliva. S Boswell. SF ,

dress for the contest. Rick Howell! at center The Colt backfield will start Totals 4.4 7 1 Totlls 36 I ; I IP H R ER a. SO .
not guards ;
; ,New York .........m... 300 000 Boswell W 1-0 .... 8 5 1 1 2 9
Miller hasn't decided who will Louis Overstreet at qua rter- with Terry Bolinger at quarter-Cleveland ..........".U tOO 120 COO 000 01-4 co- Perry ............ 1.3 0 0 0 0 a 1 .
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replace Head but will open with back; John Lanier (if K a r r back; Robert Stone and Danny E-Alvis. Howser. DP-New York 1, Grant .........._. 1.3 0 0 0 0 0
Sandlin at halfbacks and Don Cleveland 2. LOB-New York 7, Cleveland Krausse L 0-2 .... 6 3 2 2 4 3 OLD '
10. Wyatt .. .......... 2 2 0 0 0 2
Smith at fullback. This is the HR-Romano (1 I"), Howard (IS). SB- Stock .........._ .. 1 0 0 0 0 1 x1cxaAr .
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Torres 3b 311 0
Herbert Thomas and Grady Night Game Buford 2b 2006
BOSTON WASHINGTON Ward 3b 3011 Satriano Ib 401 0 ." ... --
) Jones, guards; Cliff Michael at abrhbi abrhbi Long Ib 3000 Knoop 2b 200 0
center Thomas at Mantilla 2b 4 0 1 0 B'game 2b 4000 McCraw Ib 0000 Hiatt ph 101 0
Danny
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Battleu C'nlg'ro If 4010 Kennedy 3b 4020 Berry cf 2010 Brunet p 201 1
Big Rivalry terback; Howell Lancaster at Yasrski cf 4 0 0 0 King rf 3000 Staehle ph -1000 Pearson ph 101 0
Landis cf 0000 Perry cf 1000
Stuart Ib 4000 Lock cf
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fullback and Dan and Jim Malione 3b 4010 Hlntcn If 3110 Weis 2b-ss 4 0 0M'Nert'y 0
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Program Brrssoud ss 3 0 1 0 Retzer c 3000
Tops Prep Martin C 1000
Tillman c 3000 Brin<'n ss 3010
: Lake Butler, strong contender Chirton p 2000 Lou p 3000 Harlen p 1000
Nichols'n ph 0 0 0 0
Smith ph 1000
in the Northern Division, Stephens rf 1 1 1 0
... Totals 31 2 5 1 Totals 33 1 > 1
be only the second week of high school football travels to Jasper for an expected .ToWs M 0 5 0 Totals 2f 1 61 Chicago .. ......... ........ 000 000 011-2 r.
This may hard fought clash. Coach '.IOft ..... 000 000 000- Los Angeles ............... 110 000 000-1
but it's still time for a neighborhood rivalry Washington ... pip coo QOn-1
action, Jim Daniel terms this a "cm. E-BrlnkMln. E-Perry. DP-Chlcago 2, Los Angeles
DP-Boston 1. LOB-
1. LOB-Chicago 10. Los Angeles I.B .
game. cial for Lake Butler and Boston 5, Washington 4. ? -Ward. SB Fregosl, Torres.IP .
... at Santa Fe. It features the game 2B Thomas, -
Like the one Friday night Malzone. SB-Hinfon, H R fit.. SO
defense against the high flying Starke possibly the turning point of the Kennedy. Horlen ........... 6 6 1 1 3 6
BOURBON:
host Rebels, big on Wilhelm W 11-9 .. 2 2 0 0 0 1 MOST MAGNIFICENT I
season. lf H R ER BB SO Fisher ._.. ........ 1 1 0 0 0 0 I
l"Tornadoes. Daniel indicated he would Charton L 0-1 .... 7 6 1 1 0 5 Brunet ......._,.. 62-3 2 0 0 6 i 5 rruicxT Mutton WHISKY 86 PROOf OlD HICKORY DISTBJ.IIS co. POLL
Both go into the contest with unmarred racords of 1-0. go tadatz .... 1 0 0 0 0 2 Latman <......... 1.3 0 0 0 0 0
.Neither has been scored on. And both are hungry for more with Larry Clyatt, Rusty Wadeat Loun T-2:03.W 1-0 A-1.491.. f 5 a 0 0 2 Chance T-2SI.L 19-A-3,810..... 2 3 2 1 2 0

ends; Henry. Whlteh e ad,
.of. this same success.
.1 The Rebels traveled to Madison last weekend and returned John Stephens, tackles; Glen ., .. .

.... with a convincing 13-0 victory, while the Tornadoes stay- ]Brannen, Kenny Williams, ... .

ed home and smashed Macclenny, %1-). guards; Don Bennett, center;

: pK- .., Both were impressive performances. San- Jim Thomas, quarterback; Tom- Introducing Comet 1965 :

s ta Fe's win was classified as an upset over my Thomas, righthalf; Bob

1. !" 1; the always rugged Madison squad, and it was Lyons, lefthalf, and Harold Gri-

-<< > more than was expected from Starke. It's ner at fullback.

been a long time since the Tornadoes scored Jasper's veteran coach Billy

4 such an impressive win over their Baker 'Brewer stated his team was in

County foe. fine condition for this contest

It all adds up to a tough job of predicting. and will send out Hal Tuten, El-

4 But here we go anyway with one vote for wood Bembry, ends: Charles

-- Starke to nip Santa Fe in a hard fought 7-6 Lee, Harold Reid, tackles;

.- :... battle. That's counting on the Tornadoes' offense Stamps Chandler, Terry Fenn-

DOYLE S1KES led by backs Phil and Dwight Elder, ell, guards; center, Harry Ste-

'Mickey Agner and Larry Crawford, to edge the Rebels' defense wart; Billy Polk calling the a

spearheaded by Doyle Sikes, Jim Forrester and Trigger signals; John Peterson and Rus-

Hodge. ty Mickler at the halves and

'-:GAINESVILLE 14, PALATKA 13 The Gainesville Hurricanes Mike Jones at fullback. F

return home Friday night with revenge on their minds. Newberry is expected to be

"Revenge for the 6-6 tie with Palatka last season and the 20-13 on the rebound as they travelto

loss to Jacksonville Lee last weekend. Chiefland. The Panthers will

-The Hurricanes came back from a 20-0() deficit midway likely open with ends, Bo and

through the third quarter last Friday to play Lee off its feet. Terrell Bass; tackles, Franklin -

Quarterback Jackie Eckdahl ran, passed and gave notice of Smith, James Truluck;

his potential. guards, Bobby Bruxton, Wayne

Coach Jim Niblack's crew was stifled by fumbles in the Tharp; center, Larry Bishop;

opener; but it showed spurts of greatness. The line play, led Tom Farnsworth at quarter

by bruising Jerry Grier, sparkled from start to finish. back; James Harmon, moved

Palatka opened with an impressive win last from quarterback, and Larry

weekend and is always dangerous. But I'm Dalton at halves, and Harry

sticking with GHS in a close one.FERNANDINA Holder at fullback.

BEACH 13, P.K. YONGE 7
Revamped Lineup
Another tight game is expected when P.K. Chiefland coach Doyle Mc-
to Fernandina Beach Friday.The .
Yonge journeys
Cal may have to toss a slightly
Blue Wave opened with a 7-6 win over
revamped lineup at the Pan
Orange Park last Friday, and Fernandina trip- thers.

ped Camden County, Ga., 7-0. And for a little said Westly Peake
more comparison, the two battled to a tie last McCall We couldn't make Comet much tougher so we madeHS more
will at Itvelore beautifulsequel
and Sam Swilley open .
beautiful. Made the outside sleeker, sportier-fronievej
season. JERRY ORIIR ends James Asbell and Rocky ngle
should be the dif.Jerence. Made the interiors luxurious. Made
., The home field advantage Shiver at tackles, Larry Allen more. evcrycfrom } inai"er,
the 200 cu.-in. 6" through the hefty new'289 '
N.
and Tommy Andrews, guards: to the World'sDurability -ru
p
.Scanning the field: Cecil Asbell, center; either Greg Cyclone Super V-8 (225 hp). Made the ride even smoother more

Lake Butler 14, Jasper 7; Cross City 20, Williston 13; Chief- Beauchamp or Dennis Zelez- solid and silent. The one thing not new in this racy '6S sequel is ;

and 27, Newberry 6; North Marion 21, Trenton 0; Bonnell W e ndell the stamina that made Comet the World's Durability Cha&pionj
nick quarterback;
_13, Keystone Heights 6; Hawthorne It, Cedar Key 13; Bron-' Corbin, and Earl Cannon, half- Champion You wouldn't want that to change, would you? Itr n't.1
0 and Lincoln 13 Sanford Groomes Aca- ;
: Vra>> 26, Taylor ; ,


r.... $'sid my Last included s.week produced one game a right record on the of button.11 wins Lake and Butler two losses lived' backs fullback.Riverland Two; games and Conference Garland are on Blackman,tap sixmanfootball. in the, :u [I] & 4oEi fe j I


and Newberry 20-0. .
to expectations clipped ,
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But then there was a gross underestimation of Williston. Cedar Key debuts its -: : the world's 100.OOQ.mile l durability champion

turned the tables for new field against Hawthorne
picked a Branford win, and Williston :
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and Bronson Taylor
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JJDEUGHTS Those opening game jitters sometimes get High Hawthorne of Piersorr.and Bronson both CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY ..

*- a football player. Like' a Santa Fe performer who, upon N::i
.. won openers last week but the SI ...
-riving in Madison last Friday night, looked up at a Madi- Sharks will be favored at Ced ., ..

>''! schedule and said: "Hey, coach (Charlie Roberts"), lookthey're ar Key over the invading Hor :.:, ".. 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA .. ..,';'' ;j-i--'
playing us the same time we're playing them. .. .
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x By JOE HALBERSTEIN said Benson would see more action I a half-step slower than, usual. Tech was guard Tom Foiliard.
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: (4 Son,Sports Editor this week. Guards Sherman Douglas and A non-scholarship player as_ a

: the shorts: One thing Florida Gators Gator end Lynn Matthews, I Hilton Ball and end Bill MaGuire freshman, Foillard made four

: _Tom__Siler. ,_ Knoxville Sentinel sports editor, picked Gators haven't seen too much of lately nursing a broken hand, is hope still.are uncertain. Injured tackles and had 14 assists :
is the quarterback option play. ful he will be able to play Sat- halfback Larry Swearengenhas against the Raiders.
: No. 5 in his own "top ten" ranking after opening games,
They'H get to see it plenty urday. Defensive back -Kenny been replaced by speedsterDan ,The Gators will end practice ;
: also said Gators made best impression considering their op Russell likely will not make thetrip Bland.
starting at 9 pan. (Gainesvilletime today with a review session. ;
: position. But gamblers promptly installed Mississippi State ) Saturday in Jackson, due to a leg injury. Punter Macclenny's Marcus Rhodensaw The team will fly to Jackson ':

: as a' favorite, Saturday night. Atlanta Journal tabbed Miss. Hal Seymour still is doubtful limited service against at 2 pjn. Friday. Headquarterswill 1

: UF's Syd MacLean as SEC lineman of week, quarterback That's when Mississippi State for the Gators.Meanwhile : Texas 'Tech due to 'an injury.He be the King Edward HoteL

l Steve Spurrier as new face of the week for their play quarterback Don Edwards will State has gotten is': expected' to see more Return trip will be made immediately -
start back fine end Tommy' Inman.: duty against the Gators. after' the Saturday
giving Gator defenders a game ,
against SMU. Two biggest of last week's ;
surprises -
gamesVandy's headache with the maneuver. He had a pinch hip and may be One of State's "finds" againstSOuflteaslcjm I night. I
lonely end against Tech, LSU's pro-type flanker of-
At least
Gator coach Ray
fense against Texas A & M. What they're saying about Graves, already worried about

Florida. Furman Bisher, Atlanta Journal, "Southern: Methodist k the pile-driving ability of State

is noted for stubborn defense, if little else, in the South fullback Hoyle Granger, thinksso.

: west. When Florida scored 24 points, this constituted a sur .xx .

prise. Additional surprise. Little of the effort came from Graves said Wednesday at

Larry Dupree who rested most of the day, favoring an in- practice that State has a knackof

jury. This may be the Miss. State of '64 in the SEC. Bisher finding quarterbacks who are

also noted Ole Miss was ready to beat "somebody's yearend proficient on the option series-
and have, since flashy Billy :
," according to Coach Johnny Vaught. The Rebs take Stacy showed up on campus McCLENDON WORRYING

games in stride and if Vaught got them mad every game, back in 1956.Edwards :

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they'd likely never lose. Saks Fifth Avenue passes along u is a fighter, has -.

item that it is 'official' designers and distributors of Detroit FLEET STATE HALFBACK :MARCUS RHODEN good leadership and is a steady

Lions football clothing, furnishings, accessories for boys. How Will Be in Thick of Things Against Florida the runner and passer, according to ABOUT RICE OFFENSEBy
UF
scouting report. He mov-
about that! Florida Development Commission and Day- ed State for, good yardage .-..

tona International Speedway having All-Florida Sports Con- against Texas Tech last week. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS second spot behind Alabama

ference at Florida Showcase, Rockefeller Plaza, on Sept. 29. Only fumbles at crucial times Most coaches will tell you be- Joe Namath, returned to prac-

Area folks visiting the big town can feel right at home that Same Hopman cost the Mississippians a solid fore game time that they could .' tice for the first time siice,:he
victory instead of an Upset 21- get beaten and they've got to Conferenf; suffered an injury to a finger
7 defeat. stop this man or that, but when two weeks ago.
i Gator Louisiana State's Charles Mc- Roundup
players are wearing
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But Without i stickers across their helmets Clendon says it this week, he n Coach Paul Bryant- was

:(and elsewhere) that say "No, can back it up. Auburn tapered off with a pleased with the development of I

Joe BalhqJsJ 1! No, Grand Jay," a reference to "We're going to have to do ;workout in pads which Coach his Red, or first, unit when he ;

}< fr .;..fS Granger (pronounced Gron something about that Rice offense Ralph.Jordan said was spirited. sent them through offensivedrills i

Spom f fffij 7 ; ,jay). But they'll have to guard ," McClendon said Wednesday Coach Paul Davis of Mississippi in sweat clothes. .. "
The Big :against Edwards, too. I State also passed up contact -
WhipBy "They can really go ; Coach
Georgia Vince
I Apparently, the loss to Tech work in a two-hour drill Dooley
I with fellows like Walter Mc- also
hasn't shaken the faith of the emphasizing passing. Davis al passed up any rough.work I
WILL GRIMSLEY smoking and ,invoked strict 1p.m. 0 money boys in State. The Bulldogs Reynolds and Paul Piker. ternated quarterbacks Don Edwards and moved Center Joel Darden

afternoon. Sale of horses upcoming at Ocala, Oct. 8 -10, CLEVELAND (AP) Fred curfews? started the week two-point And if any of his Tigers doubt Ashby Cook and Jim Mcbride to defensive left guard and. his i

: a la Lexington, Ky. and'who says Florida isn't in the upper :Stolle, No. 2 man on the Australian It was the same but hi I favorites over the Gators ands it, all McClendon has to do is I with the offensive unit. No. 3 quarterback, Pete Dick i
point to LSU's last two games ens, to first-team middleline
drawer in the equine field? Former FSU and GHS gridder Davis Cup tennis team, Today his chief still are rated an edge to win. Sloan Returns i
importance as Graves said he is not with Rice. In those games, Mc- backer in an effort to getfthe i
Eddie Feely, now coach at new Cocoa Beach High School, gulped down a glass of foamy Davis Cup captain is to wipe off ed. "State has the type surpris-of material Reynolds completed 24 passes in ,Injured Steve Sloan, the Bulldogs' defense ready for

is playing semi-pro ball with Daytona Beach Thunderbirds.He beer and lit a cigarette. the racket handles and hand his to rate in the championship 44 attempts for 357 yards and quarterback who holds ,downGain Vanderbilt. I

and ex-Gator Jack Jones, with Orlando, among top kick- Roy Emerson, his teammate, players a glass of orange juiceon bracket of the SEC. They three touchdowns against a ,no

ers in Southern Football League. Ole Miss' Carl Irwin nonchalantly blew cigarette the change of courts. played fine football last year. team that annually considers

off to a good start for national field goal laurels with three smoke into the air. He smiled at Hopman still tries to play it They were 'upset,' not defeated, defense some kind of religion. 24-Hour Virus 1

good ones against Memphis State. Mark is 13 by ;Ed Dyasof his pretty wife and bounced his tough. He acts as if he's chief of by Texas Tech. They're at home "Rice has great personnel,"
Staurday and it's a night game. the LSU menter said. "They
his knee. an Australian Gestapo.He .
Auburn in 1960. SEC one-game record is three, held previously II young son on should be
They favored. will be equally tough on offense :
by Dyas, Wells, Georgia Tech; Paige Cothren, Ole Harry Hopman, the dour Aus- is a scrawny, sandyhairedexnewspaperman Meanwhile the Gators hustled and defense." He said the Ti- GHS.

Miss. Tennessee is using gifted Ron Widby as a punting tralian captain, looked but who walks through a fast drill Wednesday gers will have a difficult job Cripples

specialist. The promising Vol cager led.frosh team in scoring said nothing. around as if he just bit into a although a hot sun slowed the cracking the Owl defense and
lemon.'He treats the press with UF gridders somewhat. A bat at the same'time stopping the
last year with 26.7 per game. He batted .680 for the fresh- I
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Could this be Harry Hopman; disdain. He bars interviews with tle has developed for the offen potent McReynolds.Warns ; G.id Wnrnfis
man baseball team. He averaged 42.0 as a kicker against I
the feared Captain Bligh of the his players. He tries to keep sive center spot between Bill -- -- VVW
Chattanooga. Otherwise, his talents, athletically are just so- his team secluded behind a Carr of Pensacola and Jim Players
tennis courts? .......
so. Integration barrier for football at state schools will I velvet curtain. Benson of Albany, Ga. Graves Another coach, Tommy esville
High School'sfirst die
this be the who O'Boyle of Tulane, was warn- Douglas, elbow injury,. is
fall Oct. 3, in Tallahassee when Seminoles host New Mexico Could man home football f
I The man who once was la game o uncertain. Tackle Jeff Warren
his that
! State. Several Negro players on roster ,of visitors., Remember I once ings fined for picking his players up the two wrong shill: beled Harry the Fox has been 150-Mile ing in for one players of their they toughest are 1964 is'only 24 hours away and is expected to play althougfi he .1,

f that field goal Green Bay Packers' Paul Hornung fork at a dinner table, the martinet -'unmasked as a frustrated Caesar games against Alabama. "I just the 24-h our virus is giving suffered a hand injury in .practice -

kicked two weeks ago on a "free" kick after a fair catch? who refused to let wives whose chief value to the hope 'we can eliminate those Coach Jim Niblack o f the this week. I: /

, Same rule is in books for both college and high school ball. accompany members of his team is to see that it is well Rally Set mistakes which hurt last week 'Canes as big a headache as I Santa Fe ended its major
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stocked with towels invading Braves may do work for Starke with I
Watch for of this who forbade and soap Texas." O'Boyle has more offensive -
more unique maneuver in future games. team, drinking anj dafter against Friday night.
workouts. emphasis. Coach TCZiar-
placed special emphasis on de- .
"We've got a lot of boys out lie Roberts noted
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Sunday Alabama's Joe Namath
Once many persons regarded fensing 1 with it," Niblack said
today. never easy to score against and
j him as a genius responsible for who ripped apart Georgia's defense ,
Davis Round "Kent Sheppard is doubtful for he
expects a struggle with 'the
Cup Challenge his country's long string of cup I The Gainesville Sports Car with a passing exhibition j the Palatka game because of Tornadoes.

successes. I. Club plans a 150-mile rally on last week. I the flu." Niblack said tackle
Sunday, Bill Grizzell, club pres- Kentucky emphasized line defense 1
Best Talent ident, said today. defense and -kick- Pete Enwall came back Wed- Cadet League
pass ;
Be Last for U.S. Aces nesday for the first time after
May Since 1950 he has had accessto The event will cover paved ing under pressure in preparing i illness."I .

the best tennis talent in the secondary roads at reaonable; to meet the nation's toprankedteam Opens Season
don't know
world but Australia lost the cup average speeds.Registration Mississippi. "It's an awe just what our
CLEVELAND (AP) Chuck bledon but I wouldn't take a I take it." three times, 1954, 1958 and 1963 will start al 8 some thing to get ready for the :situation will be for Palatka.We Captains Keith Craig, Citi
McKinley and Dennis Ralston month out of the summer to Ralston and McKinley, who had a poor practice Wed zens Bank Fred Pace
always to U.S. teams admittedly a.m. Sunday at the Belk Lind- No. 1 team in the country, said ; Combs
have a special incentive in file make the tour." I I wrested the cup from the 'Aus=: inferior. sey parking lot at the N. MainSt. coach Charlie Bradshaw, "but ]nesday," Niblack said. Lumber; Guy Harvey, United

Davis Cup Challenge Round this Ralston, 22 with another yearto tralians last year in Adelaide, shopping center. First car we believe we'll be readywehave PKY HealthyP. Commercial Travelers Insur-

:weekend both admit it may go at the University of Southern will try to defend it in tennis' Hopman's best job was with will leave at 10:01 ajn. There to be." K. the ance and Doug Leilich, Denny
Yonge, on other I
be their last.McKinley California world finals younger players. He is good
a
acknowledgedthat Friday, Saturdayand
Concrete
will be a lunch stop in a town hand, is healthy and Coach will lead their Cadet I
24, plans 'to aban- he was more than casually Sunday on the green clay But when his pupils matured with several restaurants. The Disappointed i Mike Gutierrez is keeping his ((7 and 8)) League teams in; the
interested in joining the pros. composition court of the HaroldT. I players such as Frank Sedg- Tennessee Coach Doug Dick-
don the international tennis rally ends in the vicinity of fingers crossed that the 19- opening games of the season
"I would like to win Wimble- Clark Stadium. man, Lew Hoad Ken Rosewalland
Gainesville was disappointed in what he ;
afternoon. ey in
circuit after this year and con Sunday man Blue Wave squad Thursday the Boys'club:
centrate on a career in stocks don or- our championship first, They will play both stogies Rod Laver they always Grizzell said having a sports called a "ragged" practice by I that stays football program. Denny 'Concrete -

and bonds. Ralston, 22, is seriously but that's not essential," he and doubles against the heavily resented his continued efforts to car is not a necessity for the the Vols. "Auburn does so many "We way.worked an hour and 15 plays Combs Lumber at
eyeing the pros. added. "If we won here and I favored Australian tandem ol f treat them like school kids who rally. Anyone with a yen for things and does them so well ]minutes defense 4 p.m. and Citizens BanSrtakeson
on against Fer-
"If we' should lose the Davis got a good offer, I'd probably Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle. have played hookey. running a rally route and who we're having a tough time get ]nandina Beach plays Wednes- vcr at 4:45.: .

Cup, I definitely wouldn't be Such is the case with Emerson enjoys driving on back country ling this information" across to I day," Gutierrez said. "Then we Players being counted on for
and Stolle.
available to go to Australia," Lincoln Bids for Second roads away from traffic the players, he said.Mississippi's ]reviewed our offense." heavy duty are Terry Norris,
Rebels
McKinley, recent graduate of Laugh, Talk congestion is urged to partici- top-ranked At Starke, Coach David Hurse Joe Wright and John Sneed of

Trinity University in San Antonio Hopman tells them they pate. brushed up on passing, team ,said the Tornadoes worked UCT; Todd Willson, Bobby

Tex., said today. "1wouldn't Win Tonight Vs. Sanford shouldn't talk to newsmen. They Further information on the offense and defense in a full- again Wednesday on offensive Toombs, and Wayne McDonaldof
rally can be'secured call- speed light contact scrimmage
by
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have time. : laugh, and they talk. line blocking against Santa Fe's Combs Lumber; Dan JIinde -
tog Jim Grunwell t 3722896. session.
Wall Street Lincoln will bid for its second season, Sanford Crooms Academy He tells them they shouldn'tdrink I 6-2 j defense. Charlie (Rebel r y, John Jennings, Wayne
4 coach Charlie Roberts) has Murphy, and Bruce Weaver
"I plan to go into business football victory of ihe season at at Citizens Field. or smoke. When they get of
the financial end of it, maybe 8 o'clock tonight w'en it faces Sanford smashed Howard thirsty, they knock off a glass of Jim Trogdon's 821 Series ;more linemen coming at you Mitchell, Joe Finch, and,RIchard -
I in 6-2 than Shuler
most do in of
Wall_Street. I might play Wim- _one of its toughest foes of the High of Ocala 22-6 to its opener beer. They smoke when they a teams Denny Concrete
a: 5-4, Hurse said. There still
are some openings
last week while the Terriersnipped please. Both are employed by
i4Iks Northwestern of Jack cigaret. companies. Tops Classic Loop Action : Starke' will be without quarterback in this league. Applicationsmay
Don Falcon out with a be picked up at the Boys' I
sonville, 7-0. Emerson 27 and Stolle 25 '
no charley horse. Status of end Ed- Club. .
Coach Jesse Heard sale longer are children. They rebelled Jim Trogdon's 821 fourgameseries I series and a 671 single game,
'S. Grooms only team to beat Lincoln earlier this year against led the Royal Crown 'the latter being a league high.

,, last year, is a veteran club Australian tennis officialdom Classic League at Palm Lanes Susan McMichen of A&W II IIr
Arta ?Mt with fast backs and fast line and the Aussie brass begged this week. He had games of 176- Root Beer topped the Pintop- :

men. them to back and 214216215.
come help get pers loop with a 430 on 161-121-
The Terrier mentor is hopeful back the cup. Merrill Parker rolled 7E3, Joe 148. Flo Wooten, Team No. 12,
.,
Lincoln's defenses can co oThey came back, but on their Balogh, 780; Jim Ruppersberger had a 421; Gladys Markham, 'r

tain the breakaway tactics of own terms. And these terms 778; and Will Block, 771. Hugh Edwards, 415; and Mar k r

Sanford's top backs. apparently don't include too Al Cowan had a 240 single game garet Scott, Alachua Fog Service /? rJ

Lincoln will go with Clarence much guidance from the subdued high. 416.Fog .
Mills, 190; and Clayton
Hopman. Royal Crowns had a 2203 Service had a 2336 series
Toombs, 200, ends; Eur:xnueWeekly.
and an 818 single Marie
game.
198; and Stacy Bell,
175, tackles; Harold Davis, 180; I :i : and Waggoner Meldee made Johnson the the 5-7 510.split .y

and Louis Carter, 179; ,uirds. ; ,

Charles Flounoy, 179 center; KENTUCIYo
f Norman Anderson, 179, quarter t

,. back; Ralph Brockington, 150; Tops Loop GENTLEl\IAN
and Ken Galloway, 172; halfbacks

; and Maurice Alexander, NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE With 561 C
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175, fullback. Philadelphia M 43 .581 N -
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ClnctowwtiSt. M M .V' 3V* Baltimore to M Jt4 4 M
Loots wu.sea, a CWcgo M 44 Jtt 4 Bettie Sprow of Coca-Cola u. ofF.l.. .....Mi .,
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San FrwKfceMilwaukee lIS .556 5 Detroit a State
*C Broken ThumbLOS 7S 73 .517 H Los Angeles 90 n 73 77 J33 J03 W MVi paced the University City Wom- I Texas Cristi.n 21 '". fl. Stat 17
PittsburghLM 77 73M .513
ANGELES (AP) First acag'o etes 77 12 Al3.457 20 its wand Minnesota Boston "74 M 77 Al7.w JS 17W en's League at Palm Lanes Ga. Tech 17 .....,. .. Miami 7 j
M with 561 series. She
"T irls.ai M. baseman Joe Adcock will be los Houston *4 :0 .41* 204 Washington tNaL1i JW ski yesterday a
to the Los New York 51 100 JOt 31 Kansas City iS '7 J4J 31 rolled 191180190.:
Flood In Angeles Angels for wse a +1"+ Resttifs Auburn u ......
Requests the remainder of the season Cincinnati 6. Philadelphia 4 weaesdars Rews Alice Resch, Brown's Service, Ttntn. l0

with a broken left thumb, the New Chicago York+.'2 Los. St.Angeles Louis 1* Minnesota Chicago 2.3.Los Kansas Angeles City 1 1 had 551 and Jeanne Leland, Ma- Georgia 14 ........... ... v.nderbat li

Mailmen unload bags containing more than 63,000.:. club learned Wednesday.Play Salt Pittsburgh Francisco, .Milwaukee 4, Houston 4 1 Washington Baltimore 1. Boston' 3. nor Restaurant, 531. Charlotte YEARS Mkshtippi 21 ..............lcantuctr 1>I
requests for tickets to the World Series-if it's played -' Today**Oams Nom'York 4-4. Cleveland 34 lit gun Culpepper had a 202 high game. Rice 17 ...
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Friday Milwaukee at Ptil adetphia. N 11 Innings ,. LoWsLana St. !
at Philadelphia at Connie Mack Stadium..ParkStir Los Angeles at Chicago Coca-Cola hit a 3051 set on
*. 'endent ,Andy Clarke (R) watches as the St. Louis at Pittsburgh.2.twinightOnrf Ne Today's Games 10451035971. 1045 was best OLD
scheduled
Howard, Bishop and Buch- games games scheduled
l tca ate piled on a hand truck. Phillie officials said Fridays CanmCincinMH Fridays Games single. ... .
holz will square off at 5 pjn. at New York. 2. night New York at Washington, N M"t .JB'KMucky '-" :__- ====; =
.in**, uUA,; about: 40,000 tickets? would be available to in Milwaukee at Philadelphia. N Chicago at Kansas City.N Splits wre made by. Gerry straight .."rbon .
whisker e
Friday a junior football proof
high SL Louis at Pittsburgh. N Baltimore at Cleveland H Guenther, 5-10 and Edna Har DlatHlad and Bottl.diy
-- ,nppliuW- lei.-- AP Wlrephoto to the Sun) contest at Harris Field.! San Los Angeles Francisco at at Houston.Chicago N. Minnesota Boston at Detroit at Los Angeles .grove, 457. ; Bvtoa DIt Ui,9 C.p.jiy. eanr8to_... N.l.... C.yirty, Kentucky


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A 10-year revolution in camping and outdoor recreation is I caught 10 bass on Black Worms. They were fishing from held Sunday, in the Citrus Wildlife Management Area in those who wish to spendjthe weekend or several days. Onerequirement ,4- {

rapidly coming to a crest at least 50 million campers, 40 t the Edwards' 21foot cruiser. Citrus County. for'camping *this,.weekend is that all-. bows *. -
million of them family campers, will camp on our beaches Bill Navarra, Tampa director of the Florida Bowhunter's and broadheads 'muSt be checked at gate No."4,""the one ** -

and in ocr forests this year. Prairie Creek Council said registration will start at 9 ajn. and the nearest the camping area.Astream. .
President Johnson, a 'lover of "the great American out- Howard Ahrens landed an 8% pound 'bass on a Blue opening round of the meet will follow. i

doors," has signed two major bills which will open another Worm.' Limit catches of blue bream and shellcrackers have iI

historic era in conservation of this country's wildlife and 1 been quite numerous. The "worm-dunkers" have been catch The tHpatment will be held under actual hunting conditions i ".. .-.. I
natural resources. Signed into law were the Wilderness Bill ;ing them while fishing from the banks of Prairie Creek. in which all bow-and-arrow shooters will fire actual
to preserve 9.% million acres of land for all generations, and broadhead arrows at. simulated animal targets. The range \ and
the Land and Water Conservation Fund Bill which authorizesa Lake Wauburg for the shoot has been set up directly behind the campingarea.

$2,000,000,000 fund to purchase, plan, and develop suitable "Joe Anonymous" caught 5 bass up to 5 pounds in weight.His The Bowhunters' Council has tried to make the course jVfield
land and water recreation areas. 5 pounder came up so covered with weeds it lookedas the roughest and toughest in the state.A .

Florida Family Campers Convene though it might be anonymous, too! fee of $3 will be charged each entrant and this includes

Santa Fe Lake membership in the Bowhunters' Council for the
During the past weekend the Florida Family Campers As-
sociation held a Fall Campout at Moss Park twenty miles Mrs. Robert Shipman of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP reports new year. Frank I'liilpnlt

southeast of Orlando. If you can visualize acres of, pine- : Gene Thompson and wife, Gainesville, 27 speckled Navarra said the affair is open to all bowhunters in the Jot Outdoor Editor

scented, moss -, heavy trees, and dozens of campfires glow- perch, Tony Ferri, Gainesville, 29 speckled perch, ."Shorty" state, and they don't have to be members of the council to
ing in the moonlight, you have partially captured the thrills ;Middleton, Earleton Beach, 24 bream off Shipman's dock; participate.The "

enjoyed by Florida family campers several times a year. Perry Lyons, Starke, 19 perch, and W. C., and Faye Dixon, site in the 'I.'I.Ii
Their tents and trailers, resplendent in the beautiful ,Starke, 32 perch. Bobby Shipman says .many bass- are be- camping Citrus area will be open to all of

Moss Park setting on Bear Island, were located between :ing caught by trolling small Mirrolures in Little Lake San- I.!
and Lake Hart far from and IT PAYS !
Lake Mary Jane telephones ta Fe. l
television. Joyous shouts of children and the happy facesof To AdvertiseIn HOW FAST WILL THE SKI BARGE GO?
active fisherman were just a part of the friendly, con- Bow Hooter's Jamboree '
tented scenes always intriguing to the participant or the in- Bowhunters from all sections of Florida are expected to
terested visitor. There were many activities to choose from .participate in the third annual Bowhunters Jamboree, to be The SUN 42-Miles i Per Hour with a 100 H.P. Motor! I

-swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, square dancing, handicrafts I
and campfires, or just plain relaxing in the shade. I '
The pot luck supper, which saw each family bring a bountiful SOLUNAR Before You Buy .

supply of its specialty, was a feast for the gods. Your Check FRANK'S MARINE rw b a.wj
columnist knows, as he was there for this supper and the'
TABLESBy
business meeting which preceded it. If you ever want to see .
New Carter 14-Ft.
Mitchell
people who have really learned to live, visit one of these New 16.Foot
campouts. You'll never be the same afterward! Despite JOHN' ALDEN KNIGHTThe FISHING BOAT RUNABOUT
floods football and other fall distractions 275 schedule of Solunar Periods, as 3S HP. Electric St.t. New 14-Ft. Murray
games, many i printed below, has been taken from
people gathered at Moss Park, and perhaps double this number :John Alden Knight's SOLUNAR MERCURY MOTOR TILT TRAILER
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just a part of the 50,000,000 campers who are participating
times If you wish to find the best .
in the great American surge to the outdoors. State President sport that each day has to offer VERY SPECIAL Reg. $695.00
Barney Myers of Tampa and Whiter Park's Cot William A. ,boldface The Major Periods are shown in
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Taber, Secretary, as well as the host Orlando chapter, are times half shown and last for an hour and $1095 $595New +dR
a or two hours thereafter. The
to be commended for the success of this outstanding fall 1 Minor Periods shown In regular type
event. are of somewhat shorter duration.
Use Eastern Standard time.
Anyone wishing to join the Florida Family Campers A.M. PM. TAILORCRAFT Boat
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'"Reds and trout are the main ones being caught and I High at 3-07 I.m. and 4:14 1031 S. Main St. FR 6-7629 i I
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Low at 11:39 a.m. and 11.08 p.m.
this weekend and they all have caught fish. p.m.Monday High at 5:06 a.m. and 1:17 t
"George and boated another 58 trout pm. Low at 12:56 p.m.
Ginny Sparks 'big' Tuesday High at 6:19 a.m. and 10:11p.m.
again on Sunday. Trout running good size some weigh- Low at 12:16 a.m. and 2.37 p.m. {
Wednesday High at 1:11 am. and NOI IW! More comfort
rig over 4 pounds each. Ginny also had on a 60 or 65 pound i 11:11 p.m. Low at 2:38 a.m. and 4.10
tarpon for 10 jumps. They are excellent fishermen. 'pm.Thursday High at ?:56 a.m. and 1
"The Ocala boys (Leslie Wade and Bill Alsop) boated 132 ]11:53 p.m. Low at 4.24 a.m. and 5.17 and better fit! WJ

reds up the North shore in three days fishing. Other catches .'
of reds ran from my 3 to 45 caught by Guide Raymond O'- pm.SPORTSMAN'S
Brien. More catches of 15 to 35 have been boated than I '
could begin to name. 4I. ri 7Iit'l! -

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By MURRAY CHASS six games came, ironically their seventh victory in: eight to St. uJs-I: three games ALL THE 79*

Associated Press Sports Writer enough on the day they began games. before finishing with two at FISH YOU

Can 63,000 Philadelphians be accepting orders for World Series Philadelphia Manager Gene Cincinnati. "C" tr u i

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The charging Reds defeatedthe AcceptingThe three games with Pittsburghand 100' 79 I GRESHAM. W. UNIVERSITY SIRLOIN

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DEAR ABBY .. > 00 SNOOP'' STORK OF CMUZATlON C ON THCBUH6 BE YERY Em THE RESALE '/AWE tN
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DEAR ABBY: Is there such a thing as a retarded poodle? the need to write these long and affectionate letters to wom- NICER IN THAR \ BUSINESS-BUT FIRST THE fIFTHEIR
We got this beautiful white miniature French poodle a year en. And why he takes such pleasure in their replies.LONGSUFFERING. PICKED IPA MESS O'THAR PINE BOXES LIVES 7 FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT MUST {,
ago when it was only five weeks old, and it isn't any better WIFE I TEETH.r,.MEBBETHEV KIM BE. THET WAY/' ARE TO BE. V FIND, OUT IF
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trained today than the day we got it. It still wets all over. DEAR WIFE: I doubt if your husband cares whether his > .. SAVED? < >

We can't seem to keep it off the furniture or to get it correspondents are women or men as long as he gets.letters. f TH1i
to let 'us know when it wants to go outside. Abby, I can't It's not surprising that most of his letters are from women,

)' live like this any more. That dog has ruined every carpetin however. They are far more faithful letter writers. f .O
the house, all of the furniture and every bedspread. I *

told my husband I think we should give it away, but he DEAR ABBY: Why does the mother of the bride always \
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says he would move into the garage with the dog before cry at her daughter's wedding? \ : p.uT1ING
,-' he gave it away. I like dogs, but this is ridiculous! What WONDERING z 9-24'
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MRS. A. that girls tend to marry men just like their fathers. r
DEAR MRS. A.: Ask your vet what's wrong with the *

poodle. If the vet says your dog is trained to the capacity DEAR ABBY: 'My husband and ,I just had the biggest fightof

of its intelligence, then by all means let your husband move the year. We have two children, one and two, and I
into the garage with the poodle. They deserve each other. am expecting ,again. My husband wants to move to the WHAT'S I HE'S COME TO SHOW OFF o HIDE MY \
country to a two-room house. It isn't even a modern house OUGRANDPAPPX HE '1 HIS BRAND-NEW *s\ CHAWIN' J ;
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DEAR ABBY: Do you think it is proper for a girl to wear and you have to carry water a full block. The closest [ I HAWKINS IS OUT WANT? STORE-BOU6HTEN TERBACKV / ,
shorts on a date? Most of my girl friends ,say they don'tsee neighbor is 15 miles away and the store is 35 miles away. H ON TH'FRONT TEETHE AN'LET /, l )
anything wrong with it, but their mothers don't agree We have only one ,car, which he takes to work. There is PORCH,PAW 7 I i h' HIM IN/ ),

with them. My mother says she thinks it is okay on special no phone In the house and he, says he isn't putting one :
occasions like an outdoor barbecue if it is a very hot night. in. (What if 'one of the children needs a doctor?) He says

1. I would like your opinion. we will have no TV and not even a radio as I will have e .rz I

PATTI ,plenty to keep me busy. He says I'll have to make a vegetable
! DEAR PATTI: I agree with your mother. But it dependson garden so we can have. fresh vegetables. His reason w

the shorts. I have seen some short shorts that. were not for all this is that I have too many friends. Abby, I have
long enough to be worn in public. only one friend and she lives hi my block. I visit her may-
be an hour three times, a week as she is an invalid. AndI

I DEAR ABBY: My husband, age 74, is'a retired school always take both, children with me., My husband lets me
1 teacher. Since his retirement he has had much time on his go to the store only once a week and as soon as I get I

hands, and he uses it largely to carry on correspondenceswith home he asks me ,who I talked to, what they looked like

numerous former pupils. Almost all of his correspondents and what we said. His mother says I am his wife and it rEI.ID SHE% THE RNEST V BUT WCV/ IS SHE ON 'TWE GAYEST THE MOST
are women. I have seen a few letters he has writtento is my duty to ,live where he wants me to. Can you help H ArILLF, PCn1lTE P / CAUTURIERElNALLAMERKA! .I WEDDING DRESSES? GLAMOROUS' THE MOSTROMANTICf
them. (He proudly shows them to me.) They are lengthy, me? TRAPPED I THIS IS DIET SMITH. HER ORIGINALS GRACE THE. '
ROYALTY. PRETTIEST'
flowery and full of affection. He literally BEGS them to DEAR TRAPPED: If your explanation of your husband's n :

write to him. I am not jealous, heaven knows, after 50 years reasons for a move to the country is. accurate, your hubbyis
with him, because he has never shown a romantic Interest a candidate for the couch. YOU don't need. help -HE
in other women. However, I would like to know why he feels does! So help me.
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5:00 O Mike Wells FargoO heart attack fails to Sheldon Lowell, who did 11:00 O CD Concentration ., Ipr I'I
Douglas
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New charlatans: a wily servant Wanda Hendrix, Marina 1:15 O Focus 2
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person, the housemaster's partner; and an alchemist. Include folk singer Leon As the World Turns

wife. John Kerr, Deborah Together they turn the Bibb. ((90 min.) 1:55 CD News
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hours) Dobie, John Warner. 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 2:30 Q CD Doctors WE. WHO ARE ABOUT, I WM JUST ABOUT TO PROBABLY

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Aquarium owners the We thought you might be interested Dear Heloise: ,any ideas? ,k1 k

j i t good news is your famous nylon in our group. We are In regard to the question froma One of your fans

f net. It can be used harm young mothers or mothersto- woman in a recent column of Anyone have'any bright
be, who have been meeting for
I Ideas? U
\ lessly instead of glass wool, about six months now. Our yours pertaining to why aluminum so, write to me M
ages 1 utensils warp 1 this paper. Letters do not unto
etc., in the pump on top of the are between 19 and 25, and the 1 1cousin's be to
signed
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when dirty and discarded and 10 months We meet once a comment inI
replaced when 'worn out..and week, rotating the hostess du- such matters: "When every *HELOISE -

w:ar out it might, but slowly. ties each time and trade recipes thing tions.else fails, read the instruc I Dear Heloise: .

This nylon nets saves a few cooking and cleaning tips, I.TALKS? WTH, 6MH 3WTE THIS --
MORNING,
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When I bake ANa 15
pennies and is very nice to ban- house plants, and general house- Harold M. Robinson or roast a stuffed + THE PlSTJOCr ATTORNEY SEND AOGE: HE APMTO TAKING XXESTER AW About FCC A KIPNAP CHARGE!! I PoN'r PUSHING AHEAP..IU THEM 60
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aquarium to match By sharing our personal ex-
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and
plants and it somehow camou- periences in child raising and We just bought a ,new television i set them in the pat ;
beside the bird.
flages the whole pump outfit! housekeeping, we always find set Now the problem ,is
Also a small piece of' your ways to help one another become what to do with the old set It These pans not only help balance S :t II 1fl 'F

nylon net is superb for clean better mothers and house-.Is still in good condition exceptfor the bird, but the extra

: ing the inside walls of any keepers. I the working parts. It is a Ij stuffing tastes, like, the res! : +'e -I

aquarium! It leaves no We hope that gals in other blond upright model with swivel when used later. It is not dry ,. ,
es on the glass and scratcb-I towns will start a group such' 'and tasteless as when baked in I 3

algea and particles in aquarium 1 as ours and reap the many ben-'I base.What 1 want to knew is what 'a separate casserole.I ... _9 t1I _
and leaves the glass crys-j i efits from learning together as can we make out of the cabi- use my largest roasting pan .r \c-: _______ __

tal clear. I we are dJm:. net? It is too p.'Od just I" Vmi I and it works real welL,

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DEAR ABBY ;' 00 CMulATlON ON'TIe Br YETI FOR THE RESAIE 1lAlUE:
: : N SNOOPtT CELIN6 OF /OqR< DOGHOOSE. lMP12ESSED
bus uLb
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A Dog Life oral, rtply, writ* to Akby l Box 3365. < i

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include a self-addrested stamped en-

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DEAR ABBY: Is there such 'a thing as a retarded poodle? the need to write these long and affectionate letters to women. NICER IN THAR \ BUSINESS-BUT DEPARTMENT-MUST FIRST THE fIPTHEIRUVESJ
beautiful white miniature French he takes such pleasure in their replies.LONGSUFFERING. j AH PICKED UPA MESS O'THAR PINE BOXESTHETWAV.V FINANCIAL ,
We got this poodle a year And why a I < FIND OUT IF THEY CAM AFFORD
WIFE I TEETH. MEBBETHEY KIN BE. ARE TO BE. ,--
ago when it was only five weeks old, and it isn't any better I r r. HAMMERED SAVED.? TO I-AVETER( LIVES
trained today than the day we got it. It still wets all over. DEAR WIFE: I doubt if your husband cares whether his BACK.. SAVED..

We can't seem to keep it off the furniture or to get it correspondents are women or men as long as he gets,,letters. J a 4 / {

to let us know when it wants to go outside. Abby, I can't It's not surprising that most of his, letters are from women, .r CA 1 .LMa
:.... live like this any more. That dog has ruined every carpetin however. They are far more faithful letter writers.

the house, all of the furniture and every bedspread. I *

told my husband I think we should give it away, but he DEAR ABBY: Why does the mother of the bride alwayscry -- Ap.rrlNb NUR

says he would move into the garage with the dog before at her daughter's wedding? Mal i
.N. he gave it away. I like dogs, but this is ridiculous! Whatdo WONDERINGDEAR 9.14 cnnLt i
you advise? WONDERING: Maybe it's because they've heard '? 1 e

MRS. A. that girls tend to marry men just like their fathers. I iI

DEAR MRS. A.: Ask your vet what's wrong with the .4 1/

poodle. If the vet says your dog is trained to the capacity DEAR ABBY: My husband and ,I just had the biggest fightof

I of its intelligence, then by all means let your husband move the year. We have two children, one and two, and I
t into the garage with the poodle. They deserve each other. am expecting ,again. My husband wants to move to the WHATS HES COMETO SHOW OFF HIDE MYOL
country to a two-room house. It isn't even modern house GRANDPAPPY HE 1 HIS BRAND-NEW CHAWIN' ;

f DEAR ABBY: Do you think it is proper for a girl to wear and you have to carry water a full block. The closest E"1 HAWKINS IS OUT WANT? STORE-BOU6HTEN 7ERBACKY 1
TEETH
shorts on a date? Most of my girl friends ,say they don't neighbor is 15 miles away and the store is ,35 miles away. H ON TH FRONT r HIMLET i,

see anything wrong with it, but their mothers don't agree We have only one ,car, which he takes to work. There is PORCHPAW 7 1 4 1

I .. with them. My mother says she thinks it is okay on special no phone In the house and he says he isn't putting one
occasions like an' outdoor barbecue if it is a very hot night. in. (What if 'one of the children needs a doctor?) ,He, says

I would like your opinion. we will have no TV and not even a radio as I will have 1 IT

; PATH ,plenty to keep me busy. He says I'll have to make a vegetable 1

DEAR PATTI: I agree with your mother. But It dependson garden so we can have. fresh vegetables. His reason Ir

the shorts. I have seen some short shorts that were not for all this is that I have too many friends.: Abby, I have .. 914 {

long enough to be worn in public. only one friend and she lives in my block. I ,visit her may- Z i iI !
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DEAR ABBY: My husband, age 74, is'a retired school always take both, children with me.. My husband lets me I I
II.I. teacher. Since his retirement he has had ,much time on his go to the store only once a week and as soon as I get

hands, and he uses it largely to carry on correspondences home he asks me who I talked to, what they looked like 1
I with numerous former pupils. Almost all of his correspondents and what we said. His mother says I am his wife and it } SHED THE Fl N EST Y BUT HOV/ IS SHE ON THE LAMOROUSTHE GAYESTf THE MOST MOST'r

are women. I have seen a few letters he has writtento is my duty to ,live where he wants me to. Can you help ,, 'HELLO, MLLE. POTLITE? COUTURIERS HER ORIGINALS IN ALL GRACE AMEPJCA.|\WEDDIHG PRESSES? ROMAHTICJ THE

them. (He proudly shows them to me.) They are lengthy, me? TRAPPED r"+ THIS IS DIET SMITH. F2aYALTY. + /, PRETi1t:5T- :
flowery and full of affection. He literally BEGS them to DEAR TRAPPED: If your explanation of your husband's

write to him. I am not jealous, heaven knows, after 50 years reasons for a move to the country is. accurate, your. hubbyis

I with him, because he has never shown a romantic interest a candidate for the couch. YOU don't need. helpHEdoes

in other women. However, I would like to know why he feels So help me.
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1WERE itAVE TO ATATTDOMnst. YEAW. DID NOPS. S MET y yam' y 4 'rFtINK SHE LL i

p W Y J BcEN?,r YOtI KNOW TiA T YOU SET THAT U ANOTHER DAMS f" SttSECT 4JJY'TFilA1C
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Dear Heloise: Dear Heloise: LETTER OF LAUGHTERDear Do any of your readers have =

Aquarium owners the We thought you might be in- Heloise: any ideas? z

It. good news is your famous nylon terested in our group. We are In regard to the question froma One of your fans ; .A y OJO
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net. It can be used harm- young mothers or mothers woman in a recent column of Anyone have any bright I
be, who have been meeting for ideas If so, write to
yours pertaining to why alum me c-o
lessly instead of glass wool, about six months Our
I now. ages inum utensils warp this paper. Letters do not haveto
t etc., in the pump on top of the are between 19 and 25, and the be signed to appear fa this I
I Just for smile I
tf charcoal. It can be washed out .babies vary from seven weds cousIn'sstandard a ,add my column. =
comment in
when dirty and discarded and to 10 months We meet once a HELOISE
such
matters "When
replaced when 'worn out. .and :week, rotating the hostess duties : every- *
thing else fails read the
instructions
w:ar out it might, but slowly. each time, and trade recipes ." Dear Heloise:
r This nylon nets saves a few cooking and cleaning tips > WH6AICY YETHI5MOOnNQiY WHAT HTS FOSTER BAJL..ANP K PUSHING THEM 6O
\ and is nice to ban- house plants, and general house- Harold M. Robinson When I bake or roast a stuffed THE DISTRK7 ATTORliBa SEND *!PGe. HE APMTO TAKING JOKESTER MID A80UT KK A KIDNAP CHARGE! I PONT 'AHEAD.'.JU
pennies very bird, I always make extra I !5 HERE W SoE FpAA tt, THE omac' HOOD our!M THEIR CAR AT HAVE MUCH CHOICE..IiLI GC>sNG HEARTHS
I dIe. I have green nylon net in hold hints. I stuffing, put it in foil loaf 1'17U.' JUDGE: IdAihAREf: 6tlNPOIN>:.blir WE GOT A CONFESSION fJOKE5TER aA T3 HAVE TO WPjcr GARY CA6E.fITM.KB
my aquarium to match my By sharing our personal experiences Dear Heloise: type 1 TOCT WBfP COJ6TD JWES HOUSE!
and'
set
: plants and it somehow camou- in child raising and I We just bought ,a ,new televiSion pans beside, the bird.them in the pan f 3; -

\, flages the whole pump outfit! ''housekeeping, we always find seL Now the problem is
Also, a small piece of your'I'ways to help one another be- I what to do with the old set It These pans, not only help bal-

..' nylon net is superb for cleaning come better mothers and house-.i is still in good conditiun except J ance the bird, but the extra

the inside walls of any keepers. I i for the working parts. It is a stuffing tastes, like the rest

aquarium! It leaves no I We hope that gals in other ,blond upright model with swivel when used later. It Is not dry --

es on the glass and scratcb.1 i towns will st&rt a group such I I and tasteless when baked in

algea and particles In the aquarium las[ ours and reap the many benefits I base.What I want to knew is what a separate casserole.

and leaves the glass crys I from learning together as !ran we make out of the I.use my largest roasting pan

tal clear. I we are doing. net? It is too p'od just t 1ft cabi.1 and it worto real well. 1

Fish.Breeder[ Young Mothers J away to the;dump. ,. ,. Phyllis



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POLICE, FIRE REPORT "'W. ', W
-_ September 23, 1964 Accident Roundup t': ;: ;-- ter to vaccinate younger age ,...... .
polio, with less '\ >J' A
against
BIRTHS .y'1 groups t
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I Mr. and Mrs. John Beckum, Samuel ,S.. Jackson, :Deland : ; s- R" ",. emphasis on adults, were urged --.pi fr' I \
1406 NE 13th SL, a girl; Mr. :and state road sign at 2:12 a.m. : : &; ._ ; 64 ( Wednesday by the Public

and Mrs. Jack Slolmon, 2202 SE Thursday at E. University Ave. !'k >.<" (, .;.:.- Health Service. i ", --. i
.-_ _46th Terr., a boy; Mr. and''and Waldo Road.. :;::' ,'" ..', i1 r The committee concluded: ; .j -3 ll f1 '-' ..lTHE'
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_-.. ,- Mrs. Edward Norfleet, Newberry Henry C. Lunsford, 923' NW ., 'j-- '\o-\'" I'..,, ..r ," ;; .. 1. Primary emphasis shouldbe j
girl Mr. and Mrs. Stuart J given in all communities to
a ; 5th I Ave. and Robert W. Fletcher .
Q
Hufner 303 NW 17th St. '''''' the immunization of all infants .
a boy;, ; West Green Ga., at 3:26 1'" "
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McC a r.1, during their first year of life.
I p.m. Wednesday at SE 3rd Ave.
233A,Flavet III, a boy.ADMITTED ;and Hawthorne Road. Surgeon General Luther L
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: Terry made public recom- 1
: Hansford J. Box 410 NW 19th rwt mendations by a special advisory (

Mr. Walter Carr, Alzonia Lane and Robert L. Chaffin, "., 1-1. 0 :Y ism committee on oral poliomyelitis
Jones Mrs. Patricia Solo- 2419 NE 10th Ter., at 10:50 i).' ,; '. vaccine and said the 1

mon, Dale Pierce Mrs. Wilma a.m. Wednesday at W. University ,. )'J I.."... ,'....'-:". :service was accepting them. TIME
Sherouse Mrs. Sara Huf Ave. and 18th St. ; ; ?' .. vTtYro 2. The age groups to be immunized -
ner, Fred Kahler, Collene 4 I in mass programs and
Edith D. 616
McCollum NW
Slaughter, Ethel Franz, Wil- the vaccine chosen for use

liam Raybon, Lois Crane, An- 8th 714 St.NW and 7th Rosetta Ave. S. Taylor ;. ,.",,,, '..,<._,,,,.... ,.;,,,,,,,,,,,_,,..-.' .".-. should be determined locally.. .
nie Tolbert, Lawrence Brewer, at 8:01: a.m. 3. The oral vaccination of in- .,
_j-_ William Taylor, Thomas Blye, Wednesday at W. University BridgeClubAnniversaryThirteenth dividuals over school age You I :"
Maggaline Demps, Mrs Joyce Ave and 1st St. about 18 years should generally ::

Bryan all of Gainesville; En- Yu Yin Chen 15 NE 14th St. anniversary of the Gainesville Bridge Club was celebrated last be recommended only in TO 1 !!

nis Strobles, Micanopy; Eliza and William V. Hager McIntosh night during the regular Wednesday bridge session at the Holiday Inn. Mayor those situations in which unusu- .
Tate, Alachua; Mrs. Carol at 7:50 a.m. Wednesdayat Howard McKinney, second from left, had the honor of cutting and serving the al exposure to poliomyelitis t J
Norfleet, Newberry; Esther E. University Ave. and 2nd birthday cake. Members pictured are, left to right. Mrs. Jay Jones Jr., Leon_ might be anticipated, such as
Phillips, High Springs; James St. Robbins and Rufus Heath Jr., club president. epidemics, entry into military
Martin, Archer. countries.

Fire Calls Terry said the shift in em- ;
DISCHARGED: New Boosts from adults toward ,
At 12:43 p.m. Wednesday English Mag phasis away GET
Rosa Kelly, Joe Davis, Wanda a broken water heater at 1020 younger age groups was
Davis and baby boy, Arley NW 24th Ave. forecast in a similar committee
,Bass, Haddie Weir, Mrs. Mary report in December 1962.
Brown and baby boy, Kenneth I 'Mouth Watering Sweets'LONDON
DWI
Mercer Minnie Crisp, Mrs. Lin-
circle in which
da English and baby girl Mich- Samuel S. Jackson Deland British family

ael Hoskins, Clyde Dobbs, Ray. was arrested by Gainesville The English version -giving recipes for "mouth wat- by Gardner Cowles. Last year the two men would share own-

field McGhee Bernard Daqui- Police Thursday at 2:10 a.m of a magazine which for ering sweets" and describing the American publisher came to ership. the Cowles and
la, Wilma Sherouse Aaron 32 years has been sold at check- fashions "you'll love to knit and Fleet Street to discuss with Together THAT 1 ,
at E. University Ave. and Wai Thomson invested
Wilson,'Mazie Gambel, Barton out counters of American super- sew." Roy Thomson now Lord Thomson organizations
Douglas, Mozelle Sapp Queen do Road and charged with markets made its debut in Bri- The magazine is Family Cir of Fleet, the Canadian-born $1 million in a monthly which also .
Esther Dingle Patrick Baggs. driving while intoxicated. tish supermarkets yesterday cle, which today is controlled British publisher, the idea of a known as Family Circle to ,
bears a striking resemblance
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\ the U.S. publication.It No LongerNeed
is being sold in more than
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9,000 supermarkets and sell-
) /service stores with its.backers;
Set alarm guaranteeing to advertisers J a BETTER
: your < !\circulation of 750,000. The sister S ; :-
: publication has a circulation of .,
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7500000.
v'J British supermarkets get one- 1
third of the 14-cent a copy sales;


-0 7 Plymouth presents price.According to a count by BritIsh CAR! ,s SS
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: Rate and Data a research ;
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: organization, there are 51 wom-
en's magazines in a fiercely
competitive British market i in ,
65s which circulation has contracted t _.-. .
tt ; i'5'The Roaring in the last 10 years. But the '' .;
f : : ; ). two publishers believe their -. f

method of distribution and the .IN' =: .
specialized type of their magazine >
7' will make it a success. The

, : ; in the morning : specialization foods, fashions in interior such fields decorat-as .

fog and gardening fits In with -I' -
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::' i .. 4 new kinds of Plymouths, 60 new performers in all the are trend demanding in Britain where more women informative -- :NORTH = J

functional services in
-. their magazines.This .

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.. .iO' is not the first time a
:J.i.. British woman's has
: Jii. magazine
-- .. ... been sold from store checkout

r; 4f counters, but it is the first time CENTRAL
,. d.x+ it; has been tried on such'wide a
scale. :

I Earlier efforts have been restricted -
: to individual chains. According -

: to Roy McConnell, general .. .
manager of the British Fa- Use FLORIDA'S

R mily Circle,' the CowlesThomson Or ,
IIn combine has gotten all the .

u aa t major supermarket groups hereto
take the new magazine on.

Another factor influencing the
two publishers is the slow but I
steady growth of supermarketshere S..1...}>11, .. S. : LARGEST

after they first explodedon
the scene in the late 1950s.
Sport Fury
Z-door Hardtop
Dark JusticeDENVER

o MARKETPLACE
65 Fury Colo. APDist.) .
Judge Mitchel B. Johns posted
torch.
It'sthe flame on the
.. a reward of 30 days in jail
i' ; y ,!; The top of the top.
Wednesday for the person who
t The biggest,plushest Plymouth ever.
took a pair of sunglasses from

There's Fury I, Fury II, Fury III and Sport Fury. his desk. .'
S 22 models. Overall length: 209.4" for sedans I

\J ,yi 216.1" for wagons. Engines go from a 225-cu.-in. "6" S .

..__...._-..._ ... _,... to a 426-cu.-in. Commando. Syncom CanTransmit ; Sell Fast


.f Belvedere Satellite TV \i...; ;- ; ..'.,- ..:- .

2-door HardtopS '
i 3friu Uork minus J.1FOR
65 Belvedere / WASHINGTON, The Syn- with 1\ tt

i III communications satellite -
without going out on a limb. com
; The new way to swing
the world's first stationary
Belvedere is another complete line of 1965 Plymouths. I satellite is successfully transmitting .-
.: There's Belvedere I, Belvedere II, and Satellite.' pictures across the Pa- ; ; ''' .
-" 18 models. Overall length: 203.4" for sedans, 208.5"for wagons. cific in preparation for telecastsof
Engines go from a 225-cu.-in. "6" to a 426-cu.-in. Commando V8. the Olympics games. Personto
r The experimental transmissions -
Valiant Signe2door t
,r--f Had tp have been going on since ', NEW
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+.a4 Monday between a station atKashima.

north of Tokyo, and a
S '65 Valiant receiving station at Point Muguin
S southern California.The qual-

The compact that hasn't forgotten ity of the pictures was described J. 1

V :" why you buy a compact by a spokesman of the communications -4 ..} r _' .:
satellite corpora
:. There's Valiant 100 Valiant 200. and Signet. much better :
tion as "very good
7 18 models.Overall length: 18&2" for sedans than expected." PersonWANT\( 4oAND>
188.8" for wagons.Engines go from a
The quality of the pictures
**6" to a 273-ciL-in. Commando V-8. .
Barracuda 2-door Sports Hardtop 65 Barracuda 110-cu.-ar. seems to remove one technical
doubt about using the satelliteS
The fast-moving new fastbaek that THE ROARING! S .provide television coverageof t

.5 seats 5 and Is priced under $%580.* the. Olympic games next !: ':
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*'Prfad t..d.r 12500"Pne4 r hIM 1ft Manufacturet'l FURY
'J supp.a.d R.taU tor 6-cyfandM mod*!, .xchaiv* Barracuda comes in the 2-door Sports Hardtop model.Engines month to audiences in North
I, .f tfMtfciatioA. char,... sUt and tocl UiM. t any. go. from a 22r--u.. -:_.. "6** to a ,'" .' BELVEDERE America and Europe. T
'\' ,*httw,,,.NI.M ttrM.......wUri.......COW...*..wr tMCk-u. Sghtt ncinQ 273-ctu-uu..Commando V-8.Front bucket scats VALIANT With its limited bandwidth capacity USED
\ seat for 7 feet of f" the experimental satel-
,. See Plymouth In action on The World Series, fold-down rear cargo space
Ii NCAA Football,and The Bob Hope Show. and tinted glass in rear window are standard. 'BARRACUDA lite was' not specifically designed ..
to handle television transmis- sions. Until the tests therefore, :

;!.met .g for.everyoae ..line ferns at iawn! --65t1Y1-n! Ttymoutfi204 there was a question< whetherthe ADS ':,.,. .'.' -

::-_ satellite would be able to


0=" :" t F.V"HAWES. :: N : POWERS MOTOR CO. on quality transmit commercial and pictures definition of acceptable television for (use :L\.GARS .

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20 Gainesville Sun Thursday September 24 1964 ., ...- --

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WANTEDHAVE < slipped Beville, 3765317.his collar Contact Jack EIIB\I I :

LOST -=t -
large black tom cat on U of
1 I F campus. Answers to the nameof T I E S O A L E. S .
ACROSS 34.Cut lawn ...
Brower. Reward. Phone. FR a I
2 6-21M or FR J3572.PERSONALIZED. 1.Fine Tree 36.Compact 0 T 0 COT SAD -:: 1

> State 38.Place MIRROR MID .;
THEREIS --
4 SERVICE
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YOU 4 4 Jf 6.RUM.sea- 40.Cudgd O B O L 1 N E F E R I Iport
S KUT i 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON i 42.Constrictor :: I
D 0 L E S F AIRY -
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Beauty on e Budget
4 All work guaranteedPerm. 12.UnfrlCD!/ Important 1': t
ATA TOU
7 SS up Sham-set S1JO up 14.Near person:slang I
t 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-772 -- 15.Snare 45.Cheer A G 0 IDS L A W

ANY OF THESE t Open nights by appt. 16.Pebble 47.Emmet A N I M A L A D A G E ,'
EARN TO DRIVE .s ecI1i attention
to nervous or elderly. 17.Shank 49. Elder Fr. S I L A G E L U N A R -.

Easy Way Driving SchooL FR 19.Stitch 51.Varnish SGE(1E5 S DG ; ,L____ .. _
l-HXB Lie. by State of Fla. .
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76 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 22.Domestic 53.Perform SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE ""
THINGS TO SELL? 78 animal 54.Maker !
7* I will not for debts
be responsible
SO incurred by anyone other than 24.Lose firmness 57.Air raid 4.Old horse 9.Shop .f :

myself after this date, Sept. 23, warnings 5. Shield 10.Unaided :!

12 1544. 26.Shade tree 58.Eat away 6.Forward 11.One-spot .,

They'll Bring You Extra Cash 14 13 Larry M. PopeCOWPONY CUTUPSAt 28.Apple drink DOWN 7.Prefix denoting 13.Numbers p.. '

U J:00 pjiw Sept. 27th. Taylor 30.I do 1.Norse land separation 18. Supreme
Ranch 4 ml. NW of Williston on 32. B bJL cod measure being
U Rt. horses
J7-Alt.
Bring your
17 events for all, or come watch the 33. Ind.mul2..Primitive S.OldltaL 20.Route J
fun. berry 3.That thing family 23.Muffin 1 .

Rugs LOSE WEIGHT safely with new 25.Achieve
Eis ; -
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_. Dex'A-Diet Tablets. Only W cents. i 1 3 4 r 6 7 i! "a 27. Doll
=tr Guns =- It 3 Company.PER WEEK. Canova Drug 28.Explosive

19 it '3 device
1 WILL not be responsible for
Tools 20 debts Incurred by anyone other 29.Steal Ii>
than myself after this date, Sep- = ,4 : 4 31.Kin I Iu ..
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tember 23 1964.
Boats J. W. OWENS ISW 35. Combat .
11 I' It 10 '
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11 ; 37.Black-
8 Baby Sitters, Child Core
Tents tailed
12 Zl z> Z+ IS 2k 17 gazelle i
13 I would like to care for your children n ; 39.Indians of .

Books 14 in my home. Northeast sec fnt r W1wkQuick. I 24 II 3o JI 3- Athapascanstock .
r ,. 14 tion. FR 65123. GWIA :.

TINY TOT 533t 34 3i 36 31 41. t
: Plants 17 Baby
fun to make! Surprise and W
PLAY SCHOOLVisit delight youngsters with this powder
wight-eyed pair. 39 49 41 41 44.Fear Fr.
Pianos
26 us and see for yourself.
24 SE 8th St. FR 47806. Mama Hen and Chick Felt- 46.Despise
Stoves 27 WHILE CARE trimmed cuddle toys tots love! & O 11 4S If' 41 oe 48.Hipped '
U KIDDIE KORT CHILD Use man's size 10V*. child's size 6 Chalice
; Day, wk- or mOo Old Newberry socks. Pattern 548: pattern pieces, 4, SQ 51 St. S3T 49. I
2* 'Rd. Planned programs. Pick up directions. 50.Newt
Radios ? 30 at Littlewood and Terwilliger 52.Mongrel
31 schools. Call FR 2-6447. Thirty-five cents in coins for this 5+ ss St.
lattern add 15 cents for each pattern 55.While
; Skates i. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED for Ist handling. Send ta GainesvilleSun
tional language
Trunks 54 -" WAITRESSES WANTED Manor Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box
57 Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 161, Old Chelsea Station New .. 25 min. Afl Newsfe.rres 'J.t+ .
\ W. University Ave. York 11, N. Y. Print plainly
5> PATTERN NUMBER NAME, ADDRESS -
Jewelry ; 59 EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. and ZONE.
Must be over 21. Call FR 2-4690.
Manaro's Restaurant, 2120 Hawthorne NEW FOR 1965 200 designs -
Bicycles Rd. more fashions to knit, crochet than
41 BILLING CLERK mature person ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns, em-
TV Sets 62 permanent lob. 40 hr. a week. broidery, dolls' clothes. Send 25 18 Schools & Instructions
typing and sales work. Call 376- cents for new Needlecraft Cata-
63 1258 for appt. Unl. City Photo log.
64 Supply. MEN & women is to 3i 10 train lor Mobile Home BuysNew
ClothingCameras VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT CIVIL SERVICE
45 CURB WAITRESSES day and PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt Examinations. For informationsend
44 night shift, top wages. Applyin Book. For beginners, experts. Send name, address & Phone No.
47 person, Jerry's Restaurant, 50 cents now! Key Training Service. 112 W. 1965 Models On The Way
2310 S. W. 13th St. Adams St.. Jacksonville.
H WANTED Senior beautician Call
Antiques
70 Mary Lee's FR 2.2010 or FR 2- 16-Work Wanted Female '
"-. 1706. Real Estate Exam The 65 models will soon be here so we must

Furniture 71 72 WANTED Legal Secretary. Good SENIOR beautician, 4'/2 yrs. experi- COURSE move all '64's as soon as possible. This is
24 old. presently ATTEND First
salary for qualified permanent ence yrs. doing lesson tree
73 resident. Unmarried person pre- high styling for well established HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE your opportunity to save hundreds of dollarson
Livestock ferred. Call FR 6-5266 between f salon in St. Petersburg. Husband COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave
A.M. and 5 P.M. Men thru Fri. will be at U. of F. two fu II FR. 6-3507 372.3721.SHORTHAND the famous name mobile home you've
yrs. Call FR 2420, < a.m. to 7
DiamondsFish 32 IN SECRETARY Knowledge of-bookkeeping BOOKKEEPER essen- p.m. TYPING been wanting. Shop now while there is still
33 take S. H. WANTED work by refined couplein Civil Service Training
tial. Must type and
Secretarial Courses a good selection. Enjoy convenient terms .
Poles 34 Salary 14,000. Apply in person to good health sober. Anythingthat Classesnow

35 Mrs.Federal Hinton Campus Gainesville Credit Florida UnIon -- lost pays business salary.because Hard of workers.Civil College forming., 218 W. Univ.Howell's Ave.Business low low down payments small monthly

Used Cars 37 34 Bldg "J". U of F. in.Rights Experienced Bill. Have in trailer Restaurant to live FR6-3507 payments many under $60 a month. Select

12 Mole Help Wanted work and can manage grocery or MEN-WOMEN WANTED AT ONC mobile home while they last and
Auto TiresAquariums 38 Restaurant. Write Box 589M to train for Civil Service. Goo your save.
Gainesville Sun. pay. Thousands of lobs open. Experience
:39 Trades I
MANAGER trainees needed steady
40 employment fringe benefits, age WOULD like to have a lob baby usually unnecessary. For
21 to 50, apply in person,'Jack- sitting in any part of Flavet. information on lobs, salaries invited.FEDERAL
41 son Mmt-A-Mart, 1234 NW 16th Very good with children. PhoneFR Requirements, local interview
write giving address, phone
42 6-1849. Anytime of day.
Row Boats Ave. AMERICAN SERVICE Box 5S8-A
43 Auto machinist wanted. Call co Gainesville Sun.
THE 17 Work Wanted Mole
Mr. Yates. 3723511. I,
Golf Clubs JUNIOR in Engineering needs part
BARBER WANTEDFR. time lob to remain in school SERVJCE CALLS $5 QUALITY HOMES

'. TypewritersMotorcycles 44 aeper.'I 2-9976. I Call Bill at 378-2698 after 5:00. Heating Air Conditioning
& Refrigeration Service
45 MECHANIC WANTED. 5W days, 18 Schools fir Instruction Contractor
46 good working conditions. Barkley Any make or model window 4820 Northwest 13th St.
47 Motors. 2201 N. Main St. LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING units and household appli

; Used TrucksRefrigerators 48 SERVICE Station attendant reli- DEVELOP fear-apply confidence practical- overcome tech-- ances. Also we clean heaters. GAINESVILLE I

49 able man full time apply Shell nique develop personality de-I Phone FR 2.5002
50 Station hwy 75 and state road 26. serve recognition be an influ- I
ONE of the largest firms In the ence. .
51 nation has opening In Gainesvillearea BS degree 25 years experience.
for the right man between Classes start Sept. 24, 7 > p.m.
Baby Buggies 52 ages 21 to 45. H.S. graduate or For information call Mrs. Rhea
SUN
above, good starting pay. excel- 374-7/24 after S p.m. or Hotel
53 lent training program, unlimited Thomas 372-9501.
Electric Motors 54<< opportunities for advancement.
Retirement and group Ins. bene HIGH SCHOOL
fits. No experience necessary. at home free booklet American
Store Equipment Call 376-6037 8 to 4 PM. after SChool. P. O. Box 16661, Jacksonville
22 4 PM call 372-5475. Fla 32216.

NEED experienced roofers, come
Farm MachineryInfant's 23 -.; ready 19th Drive.to work 7 AM at 2314 NE FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY D AVE

24
Clothing OLD Florida company expanding In
25 area. We now have positions
For top quality workmanshipcall
available for 14 men 21 yrs. and
Sewing Machines up, experience not necessary. We
train. Write box SM -A c-o Gaines 372.6142
, ville Sun giving resume and qual GAINESVILLE THIS WEEK'S IS ON
Office ifications.
Equipment UPHOLSTERY SPOTLIGHT
WEST COAST manufacturer has opening 1508 N.W. 13th St.
Movie WANT In their sales departmentfor Free Estimates-PICK up and
Equipment earnings three of men$150 age per 20 to week.35 mm Cal delivery. CUE STICK BILLIARDS

Outboard Motors FR 6-2585 for appt. N. Main St.

ANTENNA Installation man. Must According to Webster's Dictionary billiards Is defined
be experienced and reliable. Apply
t.
Sports Equipment In person Tech T-V, 122 NW DISCOVER as: "any of several games played on on oblong

16th Ave.WANTED 11 table by driving small balls against one another or

Nursery Furniture landscaping White man and yard experiencedIn main REAL TRAVELADVENTURE f N into pockets with a cue," but according to Bob

tenance. Apply at Beville's Nursery v: N. Sullivan it's all that and a game of skill and good,

Vacuum Cleaners : I on Newberry Road. clean fun.

EMPLOYMENT Foreman on .'i. Cue Stick Billiards recently opened it's doors with .
small ranch. New CB 2 bedroom
Fishing Equipment house. partially furnished with s new idea in billiards, that girls can have just as
salary
ADS utilities included plus
Must be capable of general farm ,rye, much fun at the game as boys.

Building Materials management.475-5561 for interview.Phone Melrose, Fla AIRSTREAM Cue Stick has 7 tables available and at times

features tournaments.
Machines WANTED male cook must be at
Washing : least 20 yrs. old, full time. Na 1. Open 10 A.M. to 12 midnight Bob Sullivan Mgr. Is

students Kentucky please.Fried ChiClwn Apply; in 214 person N.W. PREVUE usually on hand to give free instructions ta begin

Heating Equipment 13th St. I ners & tips to the experts.

WANTED 4 MENto Women's leagues now forming Join us soon.
Musical Instruments .
work with large Eastern Electrical
concern in the Gainesvillearea. 1965 Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

High commissions. Age 23-
Camping Equipment '0. neat in appearance. Car ne-
neededwe .
No experience
ces ary.
-
train you. Call Mr. Haney. BILLIARD'S DINING-DANCING CAFETERIAS *
Plumbing Equipment Mon.. Wed., and FrL only at FR America's Finest
2-05CO between 9 and 10 a.m. Travel Trailer CUE STICK BILLIARDS FOR A fast good lunch or lu.1 LONG'S CAFETERIA
Scott L Fetzer Corp. I cup of coffee Irs Serving hours 11:15 tl1 2
Children's Playthings PREMIERE SHOWINGIN Fun for not only young men RESTAURANT P.M and
LARRY'S
i NEED immediately in the Gaines BUT young women, too. 4:30 PJVL till 1:00 P.M.
villa Alachua County area, max.ons THIS AREA Bring your dates 1225 W. Unlv. Av.e. 7 days I week. '
Electrical AppliancesDogs carpenters, cement finishers September 2127. 1964 Open 10 A.M. 'Iii 12 P.M.We've expanded L are open 24 313 W. University Ave.
trim etc. Please write giv- Daily 8 AM to 6 PM 90s N. Main Street hours for your convenience.
,
ing full name, telephone number
Cats Parakeets and at least three references Sunday. Sept. 27 12-6 PM HUMPTY DUMPTY DINING-DANCING *
of previous employment as wellas DINING Sandwiches or complete dinners COCKTAILS
type work applied for. Write Ready for your personal served In our dining room or
to Quality Homes P.O. Box 68- our curb. Open 10:30 A.M.
Oceanway, Jacksonville, Fla. inspection the all new ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? to Midnight. UNIVERSITY INN
3221$. Airstreom fleet for '65. Dine by candlelight In the delight. 301 NW 13th Sf. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgas
faster'tllm" ful atmosphere of Italyf board Cocktilll Hour S to 7. 2
will sell it travel
The most superb
,
Nothing WANTED appliance salesman salary MANARO'S RESTAURANT FOR a fash sandwich, ice cream drinks for the price of 1. Dane
plus commission. Apply 11M trailer ever built with fea- specializes In Lasagna, Pizza. or lust I good old fashioned Ing 1" 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin'
Dial N. Main St.13Help. tures you won't find on and other delicious Italian Food. root beer. Stop by the Combo 1. Richard Pilrlters orctl.
FemaleSell other trailers for years to 2120 Hawthorne Rd. H1 P.M. A L W RooTBEER STAND trl. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-un.
Male or 372.4690 Closed Mondays. 2307 NW 13th St.
!
come
THE
theGAINESVILLE for quick refreshments ORLEANS
KNAPP SHOES full or part See completely new Happy Hour 5 to 7 P.M.
; time. Earn S25 to 1150 a bonus.weekon floor plans and layouts., MR.NOW SANDWICH.SHOP Serving 24 Hours Dancing to the music of! the Coe
high commissions and bras Wed Frt. L Sat, nights,
Steady yearround busi- new ideas new inno- Across from Univ. Post Office King size sirloin, 16 oz... need we Steaks : perfection In the
Featuring our own roast beef silnd-
ness. Equipment furnished free vations. say more???? 12.50. STEER ROOM
SUN 376-4672 Write to Wm. E. Pierce 730 NNy" with: In natural gravy 55 cents. DUTCH TREAT 4560 NW 13th SI. 37'1'1
Airstream
Orlando Fla. Try an on 'The" best roast beef In town
the rood yourself during REST AURAN r
H-Sales Help Wanted this big event! I If you've SHELLEY'S home of the Original 11C2 W. Unlv. Ave. GENERAL GAINES

ever dreamed of high adventure ITALIAN SANDWICH STEAK ROOM
i
>AL&5MAN to sell completed Dial 372-6512.
Featuring U.S- Prone and Choice
homes on buyers lot. Excellentopportunity. and faraway tor fast free delIVer steaks prepared to
WANT ADS Contact Tampa BulK places '. now is the Also pizza a. Schlitz end Lywen- on our open heilrth. Holiday your taste Inn
oers.Manager.Gene 3727401.Paramore Local I I time to make all those brilu on tap. Ii' W. Univ. Ave. 1900 S.W. 13th sr FR 6-826&. .
travel dreams come true' or our new store .t BABYSITTERS *
1601 NW ht Ave.
Need Extra Money? Refreshments! Valuable BOWLING *
door prize! All your travel ADVERTISE IN THE Will BABYSIT in evenings
Expenses up with School I trailer questions answered! t'1 on Saturday in my home. BOWLING .t Its finest It
3 LOST FOUND starting? You can earn S2 729 N.E. 10th PI. PALM LANES
or more per hour as full or DINE L DANCE Open everynight for your enloyment -
CALL 0 Bull terrier, answers t o part time Avon Representative. WYATTTRAILER l from A.M to 2 A.M.
name. Mickey Tag no. 213. Our Saleswomen earn Fee nursery service.
color lost around NE fine weekly Incomes plus DIRECTORY 2606 Wlido Rd. 376-4654
.
Reward.
Call 2.2391 or
Savings Bonds Earn your exPenses SALES
day FR 4-7171. money with AVON. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

376-4672 near brown Lake& Susan.whit Answers Basset, Write Gainesville AVOH., Fla.p. o.or Box call 448, 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW- ENTERTAINMENT. GUIDE I

Ruffie. Loves children. OCALA-Ph. 629-135S CALL 372.8441.
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23 Hem Improvements 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 34, Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for :Sale

HAVE your house painted the modern WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD BY OWNER. Property appraised 1ANER TRANSFERRED BR, THREE 2 bath
4 9R HIGHLAND COURT. 4 2 baths. bedroom CCB. BY OWNER house in N. W. fin-
way. All work guaranteed Drivea Reg B role.r. specalizing in .t $26.000 owner will sacrificefor PARRISHPRESENTS 2 bath Ig. builtn kitchen, Fla. rrru wall to wall carpet living traverse rods. $750 down pay ancing arranged. Call 3760734. -
free estimate. No lob too big LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. $22,500. Large lot 2100 sq dishwasher disposaL Membership room, air condition. Phone $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive
or too small.MODERN. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. ft- aU large rooms, 3 BR 2 to Community club and pooi. 2911 372-5347 er 3722080. Off 39th Ave.
PAINTING CO.PHONEFR62210 GR 5-2981. baths, living room with paneling NE 10th Drive. 376-1026 after 5:30Pnv SPACIOUSCUSTOM
.
Little & fireplace family room, or weekends.FOR $60 MO. 2 BR. large kit., liv. rm., BY OWNER. Pine Forest new
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OVER 30 acres of lake front,many separate dining room. completely I bath and back porch. Small down brick, 4 Bdrm., 2 bath, built-in built home on ONE ACREof
bearing pecan trees. Also S furnished equipped ultra-modern kitchen SALE two bedroem unfurnished payment to one with good credit. kitchen. $800 for equity, assume natural beauty. Exclusive
28 Uvestock & Suppli.aWANTED houses with dock and deep bookcases & many other fea FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home In house by owner. $350 down 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 3721537.IT'S FHA loan. 376-2176. neighborhood. Convenient to University -
Save LotLowest well pump. Many extras. On tures. Can be seen at 4040 New. NE location. Living room dining and resume payments of $66 per UNLIKE and new school. Many ex
DEAD OR ALIVE a a Lake Jewelry Santa Co.Cedar Fe. Inquire Lewis berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. room and screen porch. Unfur. mo.55th Terrace.JWK Inquire.after 5:00 1724 NW I A FACTThe ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 tras.see. Call for appoointment to

dairyman to show UI'a better overhead In the Industry BY OWNER, cen. heat & air cond.. nished. BR. 2 b. with tremendous screened
dairy teed than CPA' CooperativeMills DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like Shoresfine TO bath. 3 BR. family living. FOR RENT 4 Bedroom. 2 bath down payment can be arranged 15 x 48 patio Is a dream,
16 pet. All Pulleted DraU to work and you benefit. LOOKto Key dining rrru. large kitchen built- home in N.: E. Central heat and to suit the Buyer on this beau- distinguished subdivision, huge lot. SELLING?
Krunch. Over 1500 It*. of PON the future, make e sound in homesites from $2250 in appliances. Large garage. air conditioning. Unfurnished. tiful 3 BR 2 Bath CB home at You'll enjoy seeing it. Still time GIVE US an opportunity to help
per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala. vestment. See our top brand custom non-waterfront from $1510 I 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand Newon to pick your own colors. Call you. We have prospects who" are
a wooded half lot. Cent. 3723727.
chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461. 2-4518. 3728404NEW acre
made 12 WIDES at 10 FOR SALE FHA Financing 3 heat & looking for your home.
A-C.
2105. Elec. Kit. Call now
1 WIDES .prices. I yr. financingavailable. Marina Locations bedroom new concrete b I lock LISTING with almost an to see.NOW'S. ( LEAN
WISCONSIN HoUtein. Guernsey or Lake Geneva Trailer homes. Outside of city limits. acre of ground in beautiful Florida
Swiss dairy calves sh. Sales on RI. 100 1 mile S. E. Only 3 left for qualified buyers. THE TIMETo ALACHUAREALTY
pped>> on of INVEST: facilities needed here C&P Park. Spacious and gracious Four bedroom, 2 bath home in
Keystone Heights.
approval. All ages. Also Anaus- Open .evenings Priced under 10000. three bedroom two bath look at one of the nicest choice N.W. location easy walking -
I cross calves. Write for prices. end Sunday. Motel Locations TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom 2 home with large living room. homes available. 3 BR, 2 baths. to Littlewood School. New
Otto Vanderturg North Prairie BEFORE you buy see us for top bath home. Large living room large dining room, pane I lied Just outside City on N. W. 39th paint inside and out, terrazzo
Wis. quality In Mobile Homes. Approximately I INVEST: accommodations Realty AndDevelopment separate dining room. family study; fireplace, overs I zed Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR floors built in range and oven.
35 units to choose from.I. needed room with lovely fire place. Built master bedroom two car with fireplace. See It end you'll central heat beautifully woodedlot Associates
SHETLAND ponies large 10 12. 20 width up to M In I in kitchen. Located in B I a ck garage beautiful grounds want and established lawn. 3708 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2<<1
selection of stud colts. $50. length. Acres.J. all in perfect condition. it.DUPLEX NW. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con- Aria T. smith. Realtor
f Ph. GR 5-5581., Murray DAVID ANDREWS- NEW LISTING In Highlands. Beautifully struction Co. 372-8965 or 372-6624. Mabel Gore. Associate
Featuring Marietta. Hillcrest. Windsor J. FINLEY AREA We have appointed three bedroom
Sipprell. Melrose. & Park Manor.: REAL ESTATECEDAR Co.Like two nice 3 bedroom homes priced two bath house for sale at FHA This Is a good buy. Extra nice In
distance to J. evaluation of S1&500.00 Large good location close in. The
to sell. Walking
2 SADDLES: McClellen skirts fen KEY 3841 3831
or
ders 35. 'British trooper suspension II years In the Mobile Home J. Finley and convenient to University living room large family monthly income |ustlfles the McCOY'S
: condition Business of Florida. room with broken tile floor, price. If you want a good Investment .
seat. 125. Both good
f 374-&498. 35 Houses for Sole an old brick fireplace and Indoor corner lot with sidewalks then phone right now
"SERVICE! HAS BUILT barbecue? See our special 3 JOYOUS LIVING Relax and en- enclosed garage. Many to see. HOMES INC.
; 30 PETS & SUPPLIES OUR BUSINESS" McKINNEY BR, IV* bath ranch '-tyle in N.E. loy life and your family in this extra luxury features. UNIVERSITY MACOMA
Section. The price is right! 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large ECONOMICAL living at only $.,- ,
I living room. wall to wall car 900.00 with low down payment
; LABRADOR RETRIVER. register. BAIRD MOBILE GREENDEATON This one so well built a subcontractor pet and brick fireplace. Separate possible. Two bedroom masonry REALTY In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.
ed. 2 years old. Phone FR 4-9030. bought it. then didn't get dining room Florida Room built. home of 1,300 square feet In con- adjoining city limits.
I married. See this new 3 BR, 2 in kitchen, plus a lovely screened venient Northeast. Another two
all shots. HOMESof
BASSET 3 old.
male. mos. 1115
N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
REALTORS bath ranch style in N.W. Gaines- patio, on a large beautiful woodedlot. bedroom home the
I I papers. Call FR 6-71S4 after 5 PM. Ocala ville. near furnished W. M. Monroe, Realtor The Charming fhe Livable
EXCLUSIVE University completely Associates:
TIKI
I ARISTOCRAT male. Weimaraner of puppy.dogdom.$75. Ex.Fe- Phone 623200 Jet. 301 & 441 Unmistakably this fine home Is designed For the man who wants the best CONVENIENT easy walking diStance -! come at 19.00.00 possible.with rental In- S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby 3 RANCHO bedrooms,GRANDE 2 baths, 3 bedroom. 2 bath large
,
I for those who value qualIty Roy McCann T. C. Douglas Jr.
luxurious 2 BR home Florida bedroom
A K C downtown. 2
cellent health all shots. to
LARGE beautiful well drainedlots
\, beyond.price Located In a living screened porch beautifulroom
SPECIAL study family
champion line. 372-443. room separate dining room and frame cottage on paved street in Ridgewood. Reasonable room
104 x 20f Lot for mobile home. restricted and unexcelled neighborhood other special features too numer- east of new Post Office: building. prices. All improvements paid. dining room. oak family room oak parquet
BASSET 4 yrs. old. papers $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes 2Vi colorful- :3 baths large bedrooms Sunken living -. ous to mention on a large lot Properly priced for a cash deal. Littlewood Westwood schools SUBURBAN i parquet floor drapes infloors. drapes included.
Prairie. For appointment call in ideal N.W. location.
female $100. 372-1439. FR 4-3052. room with pink marble fire- Lovely acre wooded lots In excel- lust around the corner. HEIGHTSGainesville's eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.
PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale place. Wall to wall carpeting Looking for a building site? Among lent N W location. Restricted. J. W.KIRKPATRICK. Down Our 1964 Parade Home
Large paneled Fla. room with others we have a beautiful wood- streets $3.950 and Newest
Paved I
no plperarCall up. 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
FR 2-0895. WYATT- fireplace Many other attractive ed lot with 100 ft. frontage on Prestige Address
features You will be surprised U. S. 441 South running 213 ft. Built for Those Who Desire
SIAMESE kittens and stud service and excited as we were deep with a well and septic tank M.M.PARRISH Realtor Only the Best. "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
lilac blue and chocolate when you see this quality home already there. 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2 8404 new
registered. Trailer Sales N. W. 43rd A N.W. 17th PL us give you an estimate on contracting your
ASSOIATES
point S25 up. Wlllliton 5244 $- Call for appt. FR 23617. : Built home.
by Four
ef Gainesville'sLeading custom
$_ Please let us show you these and Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell
Home ofPacemaker NEWSFLASHThe many others we have available. Capt. A. W. Recce USN. Ret. Builders Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290
DEERHOUND. A-l. S75 or trade Mobile Homes Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin FRED MASON
I for A-l foxhound. Shasta and Airstream location of this fine property Jack Oe Yot Reg Broker A. W. FLETCHER Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
Phone 486-1957. Travel Trailers Is news worthy It Is within Call 372-2511 or Come In ASSOCIATES INC.H. MACOMA HOMESW. Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
Ocala's First Mobile Home walking distance of Finley School 125 N. W. 13th St. Wayne Hill Helen Graham I P. RIDGWAY
il FREE KITTENS Dealer Since' 19.. and the University in a most desired Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish STEPHEN FOSTER
I Phone 372-7184. 1925 Sliver Springs Blvd. neighborhood. It is newsworthy New 19 N E First Street Tel 3725375 HEIGHTSLocated -
Phone 62903SI because of Its excellentcondition Listing I
I
f TWO 2 months old AKC reg- ChI- Ocala. FIa. and has lots of space
huahua puppies. wormed I. 1 i 3 BR. 2 bath Dining and SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2V* bath masonry ADVERTISE IN THE at N.W. 37th Place &
shot. From championship line. Lowest prices easiest terms. largest Fla. room Garage It is situ- home with 16' x 32 SWIMMING SERVICE DIRECTORY 6th St. New brick homes under
Phone 372-6848. display In central Florida.We ated on a beautifully shaded lot- POOL. Located in the NW construction. Pick your own
trade for anything. Free delivery section |lust outside the city lim
I It Is news worthy because Itis colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms.Capital .
up to 100 miles.FRAILER realistically priced This nice its. This Is an exceptional buy at ADMIRE
32 Mobile Homes For Sole MART property won't be on the market 24350. by
Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 long Take advantage of this THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN
I "j*-637 2 BR trailer tub & East Palatka Phone 321-1050 opportunity Don't wait Call LAKE FRONT ESTATE 4 bed- Builders, Inc.
I shower. Cond. above average for I FR 2-3617.. room, 2''' bath contemporary WIMBERLY ESTATES N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street SPACESpace ,
home with central
S age. See Interior to appreriate.f 33 LOTS FOR SALE conditioning fireplace.heating double carport air Call 3724341 er 374-7788 ", '. I
$1500. FR 4-1887. ASSOCIATESJ. bomb shelter and large Lloyd Myrick, Bldr.
19S8 45x 10. 2 bedroom trailer 2.4 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. wooded lot. Just outside city lim Offering more quality "-
good condition with awning. Phone Minutes West of Town off paved J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire its. for less
FR 6-7858. road. $1,400 with low down payment Multiple ListingBY moneyW
call Dick Robinson anytime LOVELY 3 bedroom. IV* bath split UNUSUAL4.Bedogy.2Bath
OWNER. Immediate possession 36th Ter. off NW. Jtth
RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor level masonry home located in
CONNOLLYMobile 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 financing arranged. Not In a the NW section lust Inside the city Ave. Open Sundays at 2.M ar
prolect. Call 372-8401, days or
Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 23rd Blvd. acre lots. $3000.00 New- 374-2748 evenings to see our limits. ONLY $15,250 with $700 by appt. 37J-S4O er 2-054.
bedroom mobile homes. Many berry Rd. acre lots 375000. 1800 se, ft. 4 BR, 2 bath, CCBborne DOWN. HOME
floor plans. 7 year financing. S. W. acre lots $1200.00 at 929 NE 10th PI. .
Drive out today. 3 miles South HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom Suburban Heights
of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. Mary Moeller STOPONLY $450 down to qualified .- house with 2 sleeping porches located is a relative word which ity. We call it "more home for
376-U71 buyer, 4 BR. 2 bath CBS at 214 NE 5 Avenue. ONLY Living Room
I FHA financing. $91.27 mo. Sell $16,000 With $1.200 DOWNI BOBBY L Dining Room can have several meanings. At your money", and that phrase
I Realtor er pay closing costs. Call 372-0481 Master BedroomDressingRoom
,
trailer 2 bedroom. .
Hillcrest
( 1964 SO x lf.( Equity $500 take up for appt. to see. 1806 NW 38th John Merrill Highland Court Manor, we use it has become a byword for us.
1019 W. University Ave FR 6-4471 Ter. Room Den
payments. Call 376-1521 after 3 BRYANNow S Family >
to mean ROOM-and lots of it. Check homes for yourself today -
P.M. 376-9281. ONE HALF ACRE LOT FOR MOVING TO JAX Realtor 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms our

SALE high .. dry with deep GREAT trade opportunity.. Will MULTIPLE LISTING back in Gainesvilleto Push Button Kitchen. It means large lots and homes then SPACE with
23 years In business give you ade- well and electricity, located on trade beautiful water front Laundry and Utility Room compare
quote protection In price Qual.) Klncald Road: $1200. FR 2.7123: home Gainesville In Mayport home area or for property.your PHONE ASSOCIATESMARCELLA FR 2-1494 serve you in all typesof Screened-in Swimming Pool with plenty of usable, liveable: similarly priced homes. (Oui
to-Wall Carpet
My financing. Insurance & serv- Terrarzo. Wall-
BEAUTIFUL wooded lots $2200 located Custom built for ferocious beach PARDI
k e. Ask your friends and o"r N. W. Others from $1750 living. Hugh Florida Room. W. H. BUCKHANNANKINGSBERRY Central Heat and enclosed area under roof. Over three bedroom models start at
to Conditioning
customers about us. 3 locations Air
ville.serve&you.Ocala._Jacksonville. .Gaines- FORDYCE up ASSOCIATES INC separate bedrooms.Family. .three Room.baths.Of. .three- I B fir T Terrazzo FRED MASON 25 years of home-building experience only $79.34 per month, including

REALTORS flee or den. .beautiful kitchen. have how insurance
taught interest
# us to principal
4 927 W. Univ. 376-1236 Many. .Many custom features. .Lo/ ,

) B.UTTSMobile. RAILROAD Will Shaded trade by or towering sell outright.live oaks.Con- Company 2-8340-FR PHONEFR 2-3182 give you the maximum amount taxes, and a built-in Tappanof

tact Hugh Edwards Inc., Allan 2605 NE room withoutspcrficingqual. kitchen.) See
19th Dr. us orphonetodayfNE
SIDING LOTHAVE Sales Our :
Homes Donman. manager. 372-1551. HOMES Ask About ,
Phone FR 2-0881
t large commercial lot with ADVERTISE IN THE Trade-in PlallCAINESVILLE'S
t Inc. railroad siding. Will erect build-
Ing to suit tenant. Give satisfactory SERVICE DIRECTORY The Regency 3 BR.

NW' 13th St. lease FR 6-6457 2-both, entrance foyer,

34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE DR LR. family roomS SALES OFFICE:

at :6th-,St.On SANTA FE large lakefront New Homesin heat double, GE carport.kitchen -central full m & 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.

high lot,-beautiful view, convenIent brick on a large lot. 1736 YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITYBY .
street parking ill arouivl our terms.to FR town 2-4471., some citrus easy N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000 tic Phone 372-3471
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At Palm LaneFEDERAL V'-G205 equipment cen. heat. VA no at 37th St. central heat full brick en Rent?

", QUALITY down payment. FHA from $700 a nice wooded lot. 1514 PALM VIEW ESTATES16OOO Why Pay
HOMES I INC. down-no closing costs. N.W. 34th PI. $14,000

4 48M N.W. 13th St. Gainesville Capital Builders Inc. $500 down, $36.49 per
FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr.
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( Built and offered by FHA DOWN PAYMENT

NEW Phone 376-5394 THE JAMES CO. NOTHING DOWN; VA
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SHADOWLAWN $100 Closing Cost Now ,
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D. OLIVER, Phone 372-6441 homeIi
MODELSNow OFFERING MONTHLY TAXES AND
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Wen planned living areas FERN WOOD MANOR PAYMENTS I
Quality .material & workmanship Gainesville's newest and most INSURANCEFROM

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A community you would be
I 10-6 proud to live In LAKESHORETOWERS I $12,250 upI
Daily Drive West on N.W. :39th
Ave. past the Glen Spring In- I
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ALL CITY SERVICES

All city conveniences'and as little as INCLUDES:

services. NO MONEY DOWN Large Improved Lot G.E.

Beautifully landscaped. on your lot I I LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: I DIRECTIONS: Drive West on $100 down -- Garage Kitchen or-Carport Radiant-

S Swimming Pool Recreation Room I 16th Ave. Turn VAReal Masonry Construction ;.
Completely new design Monthly payments Left 38th St. Plaster Walls Terrazxo ,
low I Acres of Picnic Grounds Central HeatS on
for Gainesville area. as as Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities or 39th Terrace. Floors Awning Windows

I $56.00 S Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute I Formica Cabinets and vanities -

North on N.E. 15th I Several new homes ready I Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks $395 down FHA Fully Insulated CeilIngs -

Street to N.E. 30th Avenue I for immediate occupancy. S 3 Elevators I ... BUTLERBROTHERS INCLUDES CLOSING All City Services
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901 Welde Rd.
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22 Gainesville Sun Thursday, September 24,

. .. .. 35 Houses for SUM 42 Forms & Acreage 49 Rooms For Rent Householcl Go.ds '6 Misc. For'Sjfc -

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80 ACRES I LARGE room for working men BEST OFFER TAKES antenna, 1 WESTINGHOUSE washer $50. 24*
South of Newberry and West of only. Rent single or double. 414 -complete dbi. bed, apt. gas stove Console 'TV, -HF. $70. W' cut Mo-r a I
: US 41.' nicely rolling with beau NE 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 21981 30 gal. water healer elec.' iron- self propelled lawn -mower $60. HAWES-POWK--
tiful trees. cleared or FR 2-1185. er, oil heater.321 NE 3rd St. All :In good condition. Call 372 .

THE TIME IS NOW EVERY DAY suitable large for Partly farmI I furnished. Private 1736 anytime.
I we have buyers asking for a 3br pasture or MICELY en- 2 OVEN stove refrig.. dishwash 1
2 bath central heat & air, wall to wall carpeting. near Only $120 per acre. Half cash Excellent heat business man or price. Also Misc. items. 1707 E. Hotpolnt automatic stove 1962
Parochial & elementary Jr. Hi- and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP graduate student. 1514 NE 7th Univ. Ave. FR 6-9660. Kenmore portable dishwasher. Sez I
. ... School. Must have large family REALTOR NEWBERRY. St. After 6 P. M. Call 37Mt27. Smitty : Ij

rm. be spacious with Ig patio. ROOM FOR man student In NW 66 Mise .For Sale. SEWING MACHINES 5. Ii

E Do You Have A Room Apartment outdoor barbecue in excellent 36 acres paved highway frontage section. no smoking. Phone 376- Trade-ins. priced from S9.95 up.
cond We have It callus i
i ton. please 4 miles of Alachua only 0004. UNITED SEWING CENTER
and let us show you the $150.00 per acre. Call Ben Grif- BOB WHITE QUAIL ill W. University Ave.

Or House to Rent? home. fen rick Agency.FR 2-8404 J. W. Kirkpat- IN men WALDO with-showers furnished linens rooms and for .462-1931'Dressed-quail Alachua.! ,'J1J3 FIorIdLALMOST each. AH Work Guaranteed "I'm sweating it out, the

maid service. Phone 448-1184. SIMMONS HIde+w.y bed. beige
COZY
One bed rm home In good condition TOBACCO ALLOTMENT NICE ROOMS close in, central NEW Mark chain saw vinyl, like new $75. '3510 N. W. used cor lot is over- jj sj \j
,
Gilchrist County. 120 acre farm. for sale. Call FR 4-2027. 33rd PL Phone FR *-* 4
comer lot. off Archer Rd.. *k mile highway frontage, 2 bedroom heat off street parking. Refrlg. EARLY AMERICAN sofa end I
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near U.F. & Med center. $7000. PI. SEWING MACHINE boded with like (J / a'
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy,COSTS tobacco home. tobacco allotment.barn Excellent and 1.1 3722582.available. 531 SE 2nd Phone Singer. .Zig Zag. Used, like new matching chair. $70. Phone FR 6-
acre 7n.
COMFORTABLE condition with Instructions and ,
terms. reconditioned
; YOU MORE than the ud that will 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Homes guarantee $64.10 Balance. Dealer. DANISH MODERN sofa bed and new
rent C.B. home some furnishings. N.W. ANGLE REAL ESTATECall 50 Mobile 372-7480. < matching -chaIr. $35. Brown beige

110,900.DD. Terms. us for details and black stripe. walnut finish. l. I \
FOR outomobi
; C. L. Angle Broker FOR RENT FURNISHED ON Silver -- SALE 3i mm Argus C 3 Phone 3760209.ALLSTATE I
it INCOME O. J. Angle. Associate Lake, 52'x2 BR deluxe trailer F3J camera with case $20. In- .

3 Apt., near school corner lot. 4404 NW 13th St. 374-4927 12x34' lalousled porch. rubber quire 2832 NE llth' Ter., metal utility trailer, must lk S
Est down floor. Insulated ceiling. : like new $100.Coll Strsdeins'
income low paymt. tile on
20 Acres, paved rd. $12800 terms. ELLA'S for the
CERAMICSBeginning
FR 67465AIR
room -
$45 mo.
12000. large utility room. per
: Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU 12 acres paved rd. $4800 Phone 473-4854 or FR 48314.I .
\
1600 acres within 10 miles of town new classes t AJM.til CONDo Emerson % ton. new '
INVESTMENTCall with paved rd frontage, priced for bedroom trailer for rent. Moore 5 PM. Closed Thursday. $200. Must sell because moving. on our
: EVERY DAY until it is rented : us and let us explain how the Investor. Haven Park 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. 2145 E. Univ. FR -5561 about $70. Phone FR 4-342 until -
you can invest in the future ofGainesville. '65s I'm
Ranchettes, TVi acres $5500.00. 374-8144. 11:00 P.M. new $o
We have list- FOR
V many SALE new beautiful fun
Ings to offer you. FURNISHED ROOMS 2V* blocks length wedding dress, and several 12 gauge dbL! barrel shotgun $&5;
: IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS MaryMoeller from campus. 928 SW 1st Ave. party dresses, sin 5. with match- new Black & Decker elec. saw cutting price t
: : : Call 378-1398 after 5 P.M. Male Ing shoes, .size a. will sacrifice. $25; M-l carbine $75; Smith-Cor l'

MaryMoeller Realtor students only. Phone 374-2448. ona typewrIter ,$35; trampoline the ".n.. Just look

; $40 per mo . $1.33 per day SEARS Kenmore oil heater 5&COO $85; G. I. steel cots: $4; 1;. SS
Misc. Rentals coffee urn $50; spike German
51 these fantastic buy*.
1019 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 BTU like new. $75; gas stove $30 at
helmet $22; machetes $3; knapsacks -
: $50 per mo . $1.66 per day 100 acres. fenced and cross-fenced See at 1336 NE 7th St. Ph. FR 4- $1; Scubair regulator *.

high and rolling perfect for horse TRAILER SPACE I 9805. tank $75;' BC-34SZ short wave receiver I'

: $55 $1.83 day ranch or cattle farm. FOR RENT REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig $15. 4 door
per mo per Belyeder ,
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. $20 MONTH I Zag and attachments. Round bob- CONSIGNMENT SALES '
Realtor .REALTORS Newberry Trailer Park. in, sews forward and reverse over Army Surplus. 63 PLYMOUTH sedan, radio, heater,
: $60 per mo . $2.00 per day 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 Newberry. Fla. pins and needles. M per mo. balance 425 SE 2nd St.

1019 W. University FR 6-4471 300 acres Includes high wooded $36.' Mikeir Sewing Machine -DON'T MISS THISI- automatic transmission, air con $' 995

E $65 per mo . $2.16 per day AssociatesE. hammock small prairie with run- 51-A Wanted To Rent Service. IIS W. Univ .Ave.. 371. We have a like new repossessed ditioning. Was $295 NOW I
W. MoeUer Foster Kesler ning creek. 7 miles west of 1355. 1944 Model Swing Needle. Stitch- ,
Dick Durbin Sharon Grant Gainesville $300 per acre. Call O-Matic. zig ,- zag sewinq machine -
WANTED to rent or buy and take CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew
; $70 per'm . $233 day member of
per multiple listing 376-5102. does all fancy stitches,
over payments. 3 or 4 BR 2 bath and Used S&O 63 VALIANT '
house NE sectlon..Call blind hems. etc. Take over 4 remaining V200 2, door sedan,
preferably Complete line of photo supplies

: $75 per mo . $2.50 per day GLADYSSMITH 43 Colored Property 374-2109. 619 FULLER'S w. Univ. Ave.FOTO FR 2-6713 INC. Credit Adluster.payments 375-7430.of 761.Deal Call automatic transmission, heater. $1 595


: $80 per mo . $2.66 per day 2 & 3 HOMES bedrooms FOR SE SALE 14th St. & 53 Office-Desk Space T-V antennas. $3 single stack 17doI.Ible DUNCAN er. PHYFE COUCh. excellent Was $1695 . .. .NOW I
stack $1340 complete kit.
7th Ave. Small down payment
Jim Voyles 41' NW Sth Ave. condition 590. Phone 376 3K9. Impala, 4 door
: $85 per mo . $2.83 per day 372-5393 monthly payments $57 to $65. SECURITY BUILDING 63 CHEVROLET
Also homes built on your lot 1105 W. University Ave. First Class ,COWLING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs SEARS tent 10' by 14' used twice, hardtop, automatic
Idylwild Walking distance of new with no down payment. Ph. Office Space. Air cond., elevator low as S3. No money $50. Large Sears portable dish-
E $90 per mo. . $3.00 .per day grade school., Beautiful lot 3 brm. FR 2-4125. off-street parking. Janitor down low as 15 per month. washer excellent condition. $100. transmission, power steering, V8, radio,
2 bath contemporary home. New service available. Call FR 66406or Free estimates pickup and delivery Phone FR 4-7448 '
heater $
FHA financing. New. Quality Hugh Cowards built sharp. O1 1 A
service.
: $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. FR 23419. All work guaran JL I I U
teed. Phone Marine
374-7784. 70 Boats- Equip. Was $2395 NOW
Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. As low as $43. per month with TWO offices, lust completed, first . . .
E $100 $3.33 2 bath home. Lovely location. $2,000 down or will arrange termsto class 360 sq. ft. to each office. NEW ana used chain saws, lawnmowers
mo . day 5 H.P. Johnson excellent condition;
per per door
4 hardtop crown
,
Good edgers. tampers
Located light
financing ready for oc suit buyer. Located 443 NE $75 per month each $85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP
cupancy. 15th Street. 2615 N.W. 4th St., Nationwide plants cable. WIsconsin. Brlggs Johnson or Evinrvde. Phone 376- 63 IMPERIAL steering
Hugh Edwards Inc. Insurance. FR 4-2524. & Stratton. new and used mo power power
Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home In Phone 374-7971 tors. Rental sales' and service. 9733. brakes radio heater air con-
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Finley area. A lot that has been Meyers Power Tools. 239 NE 15'10" Sportscratt boat !. Johnson $4295
landscaped with loving care. See LOTSI 54 ,Business Rentals 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. 25 hp. motor. Original price ditioned. Was $4495 . NOW
this one. Good price good am Interested In buying several $2,000 will sacrifice for $200.
terms. lots at the right price. Call LARGE Shop building. Long term SPECIAL Phone 374-7882. New Yorker 4 door
E SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 3724123.NICE lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th 30' high T.V. mast. All. channel cabin cruiser. '63 CHRYSLER ,
.T.V. antennas. 50' antenna wire. 17' COBIA Fiberglas
GLADYS SMITH freshly painted house in Ave. FR 6-5548. 75 wire. mounting bracket. 100 HP Mere. motor Tradewind power steering, power
guy
the Jonesville Settlement. 2 bed- SMALL warehouse for rent. Stand effs -. everything you trailer with curtains and screens brakes, radio, heater, air
rooms. cost balance
Realtor $150 closing for entire boat. Also with all con$3195
.. DAN BYRD need. .
easy payments. Call 374-1820 dayor law. Plus ditioited. Was $3595
Associates: Anna HInson night. Bruce Builders. 3768268.FOR Only $18.95Also equipment required by .
extra Priced right far Info.
Virginia Power Caroline Noyes channel master "Econo Kit" acces. "
l' 1228 W. University Ave. TWO bedroom house with bath. Located LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store call FR 21129. 7 to 9. AM and 7 700" 4 door 4 speed,
: 35 Houses for Sole. 35 Houses for Sole Phone 372-5393 in New Gainesville Area. building W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 $12.WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER to 9 PM. 63 CORV AIR radio: $
$150 closing cost. low monthly per mo. Call Hershall Haynes, ,
BY Hawthorne Rd. 372-3737 1944 17 FT. Owens fiberglass boat 1495
OWNER block
concrete bedrooms
USED FINANCIAL needs require the sale 2 baths large, convenient. 3 payments. Available Immediately. FR 4-2441 or B. F. Mizell, FR complete with top .and side & heater. Was $1595 . NOW :
2 8R. 1 bath frame house. space of a 2 BR Cement Block homein See at 1417 NW 10th Ter. BRUCE BUILDERS 1250 NW 45 4-7551. WE WANT TO buy late model used rearxurtalns 85 HP Mercury me.tor.
heater. $7400 $400 down S45 Northwest section. House sits Ave.. FR 6-1820. SMALL business or office space located refrigerators. Exceptionally High and Murray trailer. Many y.2 door auto- \
? mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Rob on a well grassed shady lot. BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH U5 In 1600 block West University trade-ins now given.WILSON'S extras Same as new.. ran 20 62 PLYMOUTHston Sv .
inson. FR 2984.. Wilt come to reasonable terms. By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home 43-1 COLORED RENTALS Ave. For more Information EXCHANGE hrs. Will sacrifice. Call 6-5381 trnsmiS-
: Call FR 2-1858 after 6 p.rn. built in this area by phone FR 6-3012. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR *- 479. ext. 320 evenings. ext. 348 days.
: NEW FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE ALACHUA HOMES. INC. ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean. M095
Phone 376-0630 NOWRENTING FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE for sale. Call FR 62027.REPOSSESSED NEW TANK AND REGULATOR.
i. Large 2.story home In new restricted EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a Model Home Opening every Sun. space call John Merrill Realtor. pressure gage. $100. Call Ronnieat Was $1195 ...... NOW
; residential area. Has 4 bedrooms House with charm. beauty, cypress from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 3721494. 944-1482 or 944-3441 and Mc-

;? 2 baths upstairs living panelling family room August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL apartments. large living and 1964 White Design 0 Matlc Zig Coy Lumber FR 2-4361. MCDe llDV 4 door station wagon,
dining. kitchen family room. parquet floors, Japanese s h u t- Compare cost with all other 3 dining area modern kitchen with Zag does all fancy stitches and 162 i
m study, & powder room down- ters skylights. .near Univ. & bedroom 2 bath fully air cond. fan large storage closets. terrazzo 61 Wanted to Buy buttonholes without attachments. 72 Office Equipment fnCly.UEradio, heater, auto-
: stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. P.K. Yonge. Designed by archi homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY floors tile baths space neater Reliable party to assume only matic transmission ;
steering
Phone FR 2-8945 W. P. Ridge-' tect. For Information call FR 2- TIME." and hot water heater faclll COINS WANTED 4 payments of $8.20 each. M Ik- power power
way. 0328.FORDYCE. ties for washing machines and All U.S. and foreign silver ell's Sewing Machine Service Save COMPARE Typewriters.OUR PRICES Adding Machines brakes, air conditioned.. $ "
FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA streets. See at N.E. 26th on
paved 815 W. Univ. Ave. 378-1355. 1995if
dollars proof sets and 1955 Protectors. Cash
.
; REDFRANKS approval you can have Immediate Ter. or call for appointment 372- half dollars.REBEL Check Was $2195 . . NOW
possession and ownership of 5321 or 372-5322 ,QUAILS for sole live or Registers. Calculators. File. Cabi-
the best value house for sale in STAMP & COIN SHOP nets. .
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dressed. Phone 481-2674. 4 door auto-
: REALESTATE NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air 44 Cottages for Rent 809 W. University Ave. We buy used office machines.: 1611 VALIANT ,

MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON. conditioning. Paneled family room CASH for your used appliances LET'S TRADE UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP a. mafic transmission,.
EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area REALTOROPEN loinmg living-dining area for extra furniture. clothing. etc. Call Williams your tired air conditioner for a F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO..
plus attached garage. Superior spaciousness. Electric range 1 BR turn cottage on Santa Fe Service Center Hawthorne rebuilt washer freezer, refrigerator 2727 NW 6th St radio; heater, real sharp. $1
CCB Construction 3 large bedrooms and dishwasher. Back yard completely Lake all electric. tiled shower. I 045
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or dishwasher.
.. Rd. 3723937. Was $1145 NOW
2 baths. Big Llvingroom HOUSEat enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. $50 per month. Phone 372-5458 or A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 73 Musical' MerchandiseBAY .' .. . .
: with fireplace. entrance foyer: Call 376-4147 for appt. to see at 372-8169 INDIAN head pennies. Lincoln's FR 4-0247 '
cover*! patio. Nice yard. S16. 709 N.W. 20th St. Come by and 2213 NE 7th Ter. dollars, old style paper money 4 door totion wagon,
: 000 with choice of financing. Cal see this home. Delightful long living 45 Furnished Apit. and gold coins. W. A. CarltonJr. GRAND OPENING upright 'mirror piano. 61 1 RAMBLER
6-0817. room with fire place, separate NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS out of Ph. 444-3345. New & Used Office Machines good'tone... 372-3341 or power steering, automatic -
to dining room, Florida room city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath, study All makes & models 376-9257. transmission air conditioned radio
CUSTOM BUILT and designed by and attractive bedrooms make double carport family room. EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th St. RETIRED executive would like to Typewriters, Adding machines. ,
local architect with ultra modern this a truly livable home. Located built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 $45 per mo. Duplex for male invest in small business. Writeto Cash registers, Check protectors, WILL transfer to responsible party heater.,
V Florida Living In mind. near J. J. Finley schooloff ton air cond. $14.500 $1000 down. students 1010V W. Univ. Ave. P.O. Box 41, Keystone Heights File cabinets calculators. choice of.four spinet or consolepianos. $139' 5
Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area NW 22nd St. 25 o'clock Sunday $89 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud $90 per mo. Call McKINNEY Florida. UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP PIckup payments: Wur- Was.$1495 .. . NOW
plus 3 car carport. Central heat Sept. 20. Robinson. FR 2984.. GREEN REALTOR FR 3417.. & F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. lifter Spinet Piano C back

& alreondltlonlng. Dream kitchen OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath Irg. 64 Household Goods 2727 NW 6th St. save $220. Wurlttzer Organ with station wagon, 4
Blvd.. 1 BR furnished
1204 N. W. 23rd 60 CHEVROLETtransmission
with ROMAN sound t motion, pick
unusual eating are a. open-beam ceiling. paneled din- BLACK-DECKER 4tt Inch electric up payments door automatic
Inspired 4 BR, 2 bath. living apt. immediate occupancy. have to fit
Striking entrance, foyer & pat. patio. Ing & family room with fireplace condition. $48. Phone we a piano
good
10. Large lot In LIbby Heights. room w-fireplace Fla. room. Irg. fenced-in back yard $75 per mo. Phone. FR 4-2472. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested saw.FR 2-8420 or FR 2-4379.. any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. radio, heater, air $ IlftC
Must be seen to be appreciated. family kitchen 2600 sq. ft. Located built-in kitchen. 376-2080 or 468 Weseman Realty.EFFICIENCY and Guaranteed 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3744031.
$35,000. Call 6-0817. In a lovely setting only 29500. 148X APARTMbNTS. $50 42 Refrigerators from $39 up GOOD clean GE Fllterflow Deluxe SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at I conditioned. Was $1395 .NOW I I 7 J
Call Fordyce 376-1236. washer. Call FR 2-2434 after
month. Phone 444-3448. 9 Ranges from $39 up Piano
Claude M. "Red" Franks,. Realtor SACRIFICE by owner nice 3 BR, 17 Washers from $19 up 5:00 PM.COSCO $495. Rebuilt small Grand 4 door
A PREOWNEDhome 2 bath, CCB house In NW sec CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment S $450. Also another'truck load of '
Dryers from $49 60 CHEVROLET
7 N. tion. paneled living rm., with across from Campus couples on up feed & play table $4; play- those tine factory rebuilt pianos
E. 1st
St. Phone 6-0817 with advantages aglore. 3 Lg 2 Food-Freezers from 199 up A $8 twin bed $15 .
pen pad ; arrived
today.
Call 372-2830 for details. fully guaranteed
wall-to-wall carpeting. Built In ly. Impal'I'I
Member Multiple beautiful
Listing bedrooms landscaping 2 Dishwashers ,
from $49 up B-4 bag (a luggage piece) $10; visit for all
We invite to vs mission
radio heater.
& Separate dining you .
fenced yard. fireplace. Located in oven range. BEAUTIFUL apartment. large BR. 10 TV Sets from $35 up umbrella type clothes line $12; ,
musical
FOR SALE 3 BR. 1 bath, CCB with bar. $450 down. and your. needs.LILLIAN'S
exclusive Florida Park. 'FHA avll- rm. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE
4 CO.
huge kitchen dining rm. combination car top luggage rack $10; 620 MUSIC STORE Was $1295 .NOW
home wen landscaped completely able. CaJr .- Fordyce 376-1236. assume $90 mo. payments. Phone bath & screened porch. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 NW 36th Ter. 374-4131. .
112 SE lit Street
376-2313 after 5:30 P.M.
fenced. total price $11,500. Call
372-7437 or 376-7824. BEAUTIFUL THREE bedroom. family room turn.Water No elec.children.8. swimming pets or drink-pool DISCOUNTPRICES KEEP your carpets beautiful despite FOR SALE used console piano extra '60 DODGE door sedan, radio, heater -

landscaped corner lot In Wood- located on large corner lot. Excellent ing. Near Interstate 75. N e w- constant footsteps of a busy We lust received .not
nic. steering
family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent power power
land Terrace. LIgustrum hedge neighborhood convenientto berry Rd. $100 per mo. Phone er good used
TOP EXECUTIVE & and redwood fence. 3 bedroom 2 schools and shopping. FHA 372-2105 or 4-1144 electric shampooer $1. McDan- arias o Boston. Make your selection brakes, automatic transmission. $OAT
PROFESSIONAL CLASS bath with refrigerator, range and financing. The James Company. iell Furniture Co., Gainesville now before they are all
Shopping Center. Wos $995 . . . NOW 073
THE UNIQUE CUSTOM washer Included. Only 17000. Phone 372-7401. 46 Unfurnished Apts. We undersell everybody. gone. Terms for all. GAINES .
Call Fordyce 3761236.FORDYCE. VILLE MUSIC CENTER .
BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE 3 bedroom 1 bath, 6-room frame HENDRIX PRE SEASON SPECIAL until 10 '
house. close In. nice neighborhood UNFURNISHED Duplex near campus Oct. 19 only. Living room size Univ. Ave. 372-5421. 'Aft Saratoga, 4 door

Ig. shady lot $9,950. 3019 SW 34th Way. Familyof FURNITURE CO. LP GAS HEATER plus our gas ZENITH base accordian like OU, CHRYSLER sedan steer-
Jamaica-style pace setter Terms. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. 2 or 3 only. water furnished NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. 2 cylinders. plus complete nor- 12 will sell for power
living room & ASSOCIATES INC. no kit. equipment. $45. Phone FR mal Installation. ready to heat nIW. $- H II ing, power brakes radio heater automatic
base.
Multiple Listing Realtor CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale. economically. all' for $46.45 total $175. Also 115 1 ,
Forty foot Florida roomS 2-9903-
Luxurious master suite with Grace Fordyce. Broker Phone 372-5002. cost (only $15.55 down); crest Tr.ier c. Lot A2 transmission.
3765394.FRED 1BR, Liv. room. tile bath dinette -
walk-In closets Associates FOR SALE 5 hot water tanks. 30 PROPANE LP. GAS PIANOS 1195
dressing
Was
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden kitchen. No children or pets. gaL with gas heater attached also Archer Rd- FR 6-5110 SPINE with $1295 NOW
roomJ built-in vanity wall O. C. Gay Dick Banks Available Oct. 1. Phone FR 2-4857. 2 mltchln
and shoe closetS 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete CHAIRS dining desk use. 4 contour benches and new ,
Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Electra' 4 door sedan radio
LOVELY 2 BR air conditioned duplex with gauges, 2 crane shal- /CQ ,
:
walnut finish, $4.50
Fabulous kitchen breakfast, 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 shape posssed., BUICK
with built-in kitchen. $90 mo. low well Lewis .
utility room and workshoparea ARNOLD See it daily after 1 P.M. at Jewelry Co.REUPHOLS'D pumps. Inquire ea. Also' .2 elee.' hassock type Gridley Music 'Co.Gainesvie V7 hearer, air conditioned
$65 per month Includes taxes and fans. $8 ea. Elec. hair clipper Shop Center 3725353
Twenty-six foot closet wailS Insurance.' All city conveniences 312 NW 19thAve._ Bahama lounge. set. $4. ,372.341.ELECTRIC FOR SALE Monarch B-flat cl.rl automatic trnsmision"power if eng, power -
built In G. E. Kitchens. $100 Cedar wardrobe, coffee table. net, recondItioned In brakes.
Guest suite with sunken tub
down VA S39S down FHA Includes 17 Houses for Rent Furn. $95. Under- .
Paneled library with fire- REALTOR blond drop leaf table and 4 typewriter shape S75 Phone 31271.Automotive $1 095
closing costs. Hugh Edwards chairs apt., size electric range wood office typewriter $55. Good Was $1245 NOW
placeS Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on 3-pc. glider set. and other house- condition. Phone 372-4738 after 5
Two landscaped patios 1 376-7971. $300 DOWN Silver Lake near Keystone. hold Items. Nearly Nu Furniture. p.m. 4 door"dan
1 acre lot In most select Pay $61 like rent for this quality 376-2615. 31S NW Sth Ave. FR 6-4892. 159', PLYMOUTH Fury, ,

neighborhood 2 bedroom home on corner lot In CLARINET wooden b-flat recondI- radio, heater, automatic
CCB 61 WESTINGHOUSE refriger.tor.cross ,
Scads of sky light so houseIs N.W. Call 2-3522 today SANTA FE LAKE. cottages tioned $25 Detecto baby scale $3;
FOR SALE IN good area. modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two top freezer 10 cu. ft. $90. ; 83 Motorcycles & Scooters transmission.
In to rubber bed $1 ea.
csheerful gloomy foam pillows
even see.
.. Phone Sears Kervnor fan 20". Phone $645
PARADE OF HOMES bedroom avaiL Sep
weatherS GR 5-5375 Melrose. 374-8909. Remington Roll a matic elecshaver 1944 HONDA 150. excellent condition Was $795 . . . NOW
This house Is Ideal for NO QUALIFYING S3. 374-2439. See 'at Nook
lavish or casual entertaining 3 BR. 2 Bath Colonial HomeS- CONVENIENT to University. 3 Bedrooms 4 BR home next to County Park DELUXE Frigidaire electric range FOR SALE MOVING FROM CITY. ..1". lot 15.Sady' 3101 4 door sedan
Never hove you seen so Central Heat & Air Cond. 2 oak floors. Needs on Hawthorne Rd. $100 per mo. like new cond., 2 ovens deep stud SW 34th St. off Archer Rd. 157 MERCURY .r.dio.
2 matched ponies. $125.
Call John Baldwin FR .-.201 or stora grey heater
well auto. timer.g. e
10% g automatictransmission.
Car Fireplace
Garage .
.. much cabinet and drawer rating. Owners equity Is redeco-I I FR 4-4405 drawer $79. 372-2>98. for ages 6-11 yrs. 2 saddles. TRIUMPH. 500 CC In ,
space under one roof. Down Payment. This may be the bargain $60. Ponies & saddle must be sold condition. 19s.. Phone g "
S Three-car garage. Total looking for. No i ONE bedroom house for rent 1 ml. SPRINGS for double bed. head- together. Beauty shop hair dryer o50
square footage 6.000 under McKINLEY needed. past Stengel Field on left sIte of board and frame (no mattress); 3 speed. $25; deep freeze. 350 'CUSHMAN EAGLE. perfect condition Was $495 . . . NOW
roof I road. For further information foam rubber pad for double bed; Ib., $200. brown couch 3 PC. recently completely ever

: Happy to show by appointment Construction Co. BEAUTIFULLoaded contact FR 4-1447. draperies. white lined, for large sectional. $60; 2 ton air conditioner hauled. repainted, -buddy s C at. .Roadma>rer, 2 door hard-
: only. with charm and extras. Both I 3 BR turn house at 1731 NE 55th sliding doors; fiber glass drape- water cooled for businessor Call 3.1624. 157 Rlllflf
376-2258 house and grounds in top condi- Terr. May be seen from 2 'till ries for small windows, gold. home. $200; aquarium complete top, radio, heater, automat
372-1987 tion. You'll enjoy living here. especially dark. pink, green and beige large bird with heater, filter air S4 ,AUTOMOBILE RPAIRS' ic
: priced at $15.500. Call for II print; maple stool cane seat. tubes & fish. $15; a child's road transmisio. S SAP*4*
-- ----- --- -- -- ----- TWO bedroom study. air conditioned Phone 372-3117. racer set. fine for X-mas gift. *i RWD1TIONlNGTune''iiPSpecial Was
appointment. Just listed.SPACIOUS $495
near school and bus line; $30; 2 red chenile bedspreads, $2.50 performancetest. . . _.NOW
COFFEE tables. reupholstered liv. t
S125 per mOo Lease required. FR new. twin size. $15; student's Alt and models. '
: OPEN HOUSE 1900 sq. ft., fireplace dining plus 6-6159 after 6 P.M. refrlg.room .suites.glider bedroom antique suites furniture G.E desk $5; sewing machine $10. of Chrysler built car Hawes- 157 PLYMOUTH door 6, y'-' aut-

family room fully equipped kit- RENT furnished house 2 BR, air and bric-a-brae. Nearly Nu Furniture Call only between hours 7:30 to Powers Motor Co., Air Condition
: Beautiful new solid brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath chen and laundry. Huge two car conditioned fenced yard screened 31S NW Sth Ave. FR 6- 12 A.M. 372-0452.. This ad will- be too Servicing Center. 204 N radio heater. matH trnsmiSion,
runfor3days. ,
porch $100 per ironth. PhoneFR Mam' St. FR 2 IS41
lot In S.W. location.
Large .
garage. 4892. _ P
$195
: home with brick Built in 4-8041 -
fireplace. Was
open oven Central heat and air condition- $295 . NOW

: and range, custom built kitchen cabinets, Ing.ing. $25,400 Everything with terms.for gracious liv 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. I Remaster
4
door .
large storage and utliity room. Double carport 3 'BEDROOM house-2 blocks from SERVICES 155 UICK, radio, heater, uda"

: with curved drive, sodded lawn. Excellent ARNOLDREALTY Univ. campus. S95. per month. transmission air conditioned. ,
Call FR 4- 222 before 9 a.m. ,
location. Immediate with small
occupancy Was 350
COMPANY 3 BR 1 bath unfurn. house. Kit. $45. NOW
: down payment FHA, no down payment VA. Multiple Listing Member equipped available Oct. l $85 per

t Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 mo. Call 2-8404. Home And Business
Associates: Jane Caldwell 2 BR. screened porch Ig. yard for IMPORTED CARS
:: CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES Jim Sheppard Bob KalkmanF. lease 9165. 511 monthly. Avail
W. Hodge Jimmy Greene able now. Weseman Realty $15
Walter Stoddard NW 20th St. FR 42472.UNFURNISHED '

:: 3727070COMPARE TWO bedroom CCB house with 3.3 I 3 BR home $110 I Bulldozing I HOME REPAIRS 64 VOLKSWAGEN

acres on Rocky Point Road. Call per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $40 sunroof radio
372-4)348 after 5:00 P.M. per mo. Call 374-7444. SMALL buddozer, 1. dump HUE REPAIRS PAINTING. "*ater. '
trucks fill dirt. Topsoil S
i NICE 7 room frame house on 7 ROOM. 2 story. 3 BR. 1V4 baths. Th Phone 377 .lm. r 2 y ep' Was$1695 1595
I,, large lot. $4500. Every one hundred $130.CO! per mo. Garage. 555 NE11th __ 6.0191 ... . NOW

paid down. one hundred Ave. GR 5-5032. .
Heating
F sliced off of this. This bargain I upnolsttryPlumbing <
!
TMRCE bedroom 2 bath house 63 FIAT
never been offered before. Phone with Fla. room built in range. 1 Cirpeate- Air Conditioning 1100 4 door, sedan, $
UPHOLSTER al
FR 62297.DON'T. your turnitwe
N.W. Section. $120 Phone
mo.
per
4 &-l1n. Waldo. ALL Types Resident! Oil Hetting reasonable prices. Call Sally. heater. Was $1195 . NOW 1095
: THESE HOME VALUES MISS THIS Eqip_ Cleaned Servic Eap FR 'G
TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt 3 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd I(Tommy) Howie. 13 Te. -

: BEFORE YOU BUY Malore Gardens 3V* ml. Southof Ave. Phone 374-3401. FR2-9961._ 62 VOLKSWAGEN

campus on 441. 3 B P.. 2 bath. I THREE bedroom house with stove Reloceli radio
: den for Dad. year 'round com and refrigerator furnished. Available Mortgage BrokerMORTGAGE _ heater

; SAVE fort. Priced right. Drive by last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14thTer. __ _ _ P YOU NEED. Jli rO*. Was uow51:195
phone FR 1-4615 or FR 2-S334. <>I5 mo. on lease. Wese MONEY tr..r m r w $1295 u .... :
-
WOODROW SEAYThe man Realty. FR 4-2472. SVi per cent interest. Terms t complete .
The
: following are now under Master BuilderBY Auto Glass for may. estimate. & guaranteed '
2 B R house for iese. $125 per
I The following art totconstruction will : BUILD REFINANCE work, phone Carl C.Atilo 63 VOLVO
ready and be ready OWNER. 3 BR. 2 beth, CCB fWW) Located at US NW reh St. 544 door
.1 I Call sedan rfld'
I. 372M49.EXPERIENCED *
occupancy Cnnt-ct owwr at 905 NW :2CTK SI. & ; i: 2
: for occupancy soon! house, central heat & air cond. Gl ASS o only. .i Byrd Ph. '376-3875 h.ater. *
.. extra to. living rm. & dining 3 BR. 1 bal"living im. dining ness. Immediate Dn CARPENTER .
3330 N.W.'Zlth Aye. are*. Shallow well wit pump & nru. kitchen, screened porch; free pickup & delivery Add FHA Ct I Paint and repair lobs performed Was $1695 . . d. NOW- $1 I595
a a a .
4 BR.. 2V* baths. SI250 div.SIM ,.._ _ sprinkler system. Only 3 blks. to $110 per mo. with lease. NE 10th beauty A val 1 your car. rate t carpenter w loves his
a. per mo. elem. & Ir. high sOv-ois. Price Ter. 3744957. MAMIDINS AUIO Gl ASS c years. Wtfl discuss noobligation. .
$14400. financing avaiL For apot. 3 br, 2 bath N.W. $120.00 CB. _3Z, N.W. S!. FR 6 255$. CaM tomorrow. a 6490 '61 FIAT '

: 3310 N.W. 30th '1. 4120 (4121 to Inspect phone 374-4785 or 372- 3 br. 1 bath N.W. $120.00 C.B. J. w. KIRIPAfRICt Realtor Paper Hanging Painting 2100 4 door radio heater
: 5 BR. 2 bath S400 dn. $S7 N.W. 19th Dr. Ave.5333. Bob Saunders. 1033 NE: 22nd 3 br 2 bath N.W. $150.00 CB. Auto Equipment J N. S P F 1 TBe o Aft Dry Kinds Wait Work- Linoleum One ,


.I _per_month._ _ 3 BR. 2 $$X d's.. $11 Mary Moeller 75.iigJACKrebu1A& FRED REAl B. ARNOtD 805 Mclntosh,c c GEE 513341Roofing Was owner$1 1
,_ tI\.batn. Repair kits for FHA .. S
per 37 Real Estate Enefcon.ed I uC Factory authorized AO CVENtI .
Ja
SHOWN BY ADVANCE Realtor Walke Hal .219 W_ UNIV. AVE.
APPOINTMENT ONLY ANXIOUS TO SELL WAITS Agent B Ri P 33
4119 fir 4127 1019 W. University Ave. FR 44471 SUPPIY F. H.' Con,. loamFORDYCE ]
SERVICE A I See
J. L. SMITH
S27 E. Univ. Ave. a : WILBUR SLIGH
L- HARRELL PAUL
: Large comfortable home for N.W. 19th Dr. Have you considered exchanging? FOR RENT OR SALE 4 raonT; _Mafc FR 11'" I AI rSN C _

: a large famOy. 4 BR. 4 Ernest Tew Realty house in Keystone Hts. Small nt W. Un RETORSC BARNETT FRANK ,
baths up living room family $ BR.1 bath S500 dn* S74 Realtor Exchanger equity. take up pay or rent for AdvertisingBOOKMATCH F a y r I and re GRAY.. -

: room. parlor, dining room per fnontti 2906 N.W. 13th St. .376+461. $40 per mo. Nice location for retired OFFICE _p .el. '
couple. Apply lit house behind ADVERTISING
EQUIPME .
-dinette< screened porch. BR.

kitchen, TO baths down .- 41 Residential I'ftCOIIM Beauty clay Salon.Electric 2 bIks. -from Ruby's Business and MONOGRAMINGCall Hank Bladcstock SAVE .. .PIAWESPOWERSMOTOR

first.phone conversation necessary Center. _______372-2769._ _ Have our Sl D. 'rl'd s _ _
; ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- 4 ROOM house $34 per mo. Inquire ).o C ,-M fR-
OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- loUsing rental property. 200 ft. 109 SW 2nd Terr. Phone 374- %a I Service mi CO. W W.u
: Norwood frontage 300 block N.E. 3rd 4827 before C PM. "p.ral ._ E. a C 37V1355.
JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF '
Ave. win sell together or sepa _MakeLWart funy
YOU WILL JUST CALL. rately. 3U N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 247S2. ALACHUA City limits. 2 BR. electric FRD" A.N UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP.S G
kitchen 2 screened porches, > FIE CHECK PROTECTOR CO. CO.

: Hope carport.Call 374-7925.large yard 170 per mo. REAL ESTATE SERVICE PAw -2727----:NW 4th-St. TL slO .

"H" Inc. 1123 SE. 4th STREET 42 Farms Cr AcreageBY 3 BR, I tatti !121* W UNIV. AVE. P J T_ R ecnL-J1

-, Homes FR 4-S30I or FR 4-7999 S30 NE ttti'SU SlOa per mo. I Garage !' I. Year 1 t hstafl. Special most MPERIAUVALIANT HtYSCin-'l-YMOOTH.SIMe*

We Trade OWNER to settle an estate. 1242 NE 4m Ave.. kitchen equipped. Don ,SEWER .Reconditioned TVs from itJi -

or Property 160 .acre 35 miles farm and west some of Gainev buildings 1114$90 NE per Sits mo.St. Silt per n-a. Installation GARAGE&DOOR repair.SPECIALIST' Having NEW I .INN" c THE 7 VARIETY 1st STORE 512 N.- MAIN ST. .FR_' ,40

,- ville on Fed. Hwy. 12f, $130 per Call_ .McKmney Green Realtors 372- trouNce? O R. SaM, Plumb 4 IE. Aw _
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Thursday September 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23
.....,,-A4AUT: .lMo1ILI,_HPAIRL.. I .jS uollo.II"-J.r Sale 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 Automobiles for Salt 85 Automobiles for Sale -

': CAR WAXING .. $ .90 \\957 PORSCHE COUPE completely MUST SELL '54 Dodge was S32SI SPECIAL I960 Falcon assume pay 1t59 TR-3. Roadster, rtaxs. heater FOOLE-CABLE 11
Engine'iteming -.novvpriohterycleanlng. rebuilt excellent condition now $300. Call 372-3692 after S30P.M. merits, total cost $350. Call FR 2- wire wheels. 43/000 miles. FIRST SHOWING OF 1965 RAMBl.ERS2WED.
:_ 732 NW Tsf SfT"*" '**., *throwo"vf. ''See.at. 2115 NW JthP4.after 2337. Good condition. Phone 376-8749. MOTORS, I
1 'PJM.U 1''2 Fairlane, excellent condition. ASSUME Balance 1962 Falcon I '
: SS Automobiles for Sal CHEVROLET, standard transmission -, Assume payments. Total cost auto. transmission very clean. 87 Automobiles. Wonter DODGE-DART THUR. FRI. SAT.
4 cylinder. Perfect condK : SHOO. FR5472.. Call Mr. Jones FR 6-5351.- TRUCKS '
FREE COKES FREE COKES FREE COKES
CARS 50.51 -
WANTED.
Fords -
CHEVROLET NOVA 4 ur. sedan tion. Call 372-M3I. HIS NW 7th SKYLARK, If"- 1.000 miles. $200 1960 RENAULT DAUPHINE $325. i ,
& Cnevrolets. AI Herndon
19M. Nothing down. take uo payment PL. down. carry on payments. Call 1959 Peugeot $425. Both cars In'' Station .1* SE 4th St.Service 11* SE 1st Ave. 3n..Q.C3I
*. Call FR J-U9 after ,S 63 OLDS ,.Jetfirefac.. air, turbo FR 2-7433 after 5:00 P.M. perfect cond. Must sell. Joe
PM.- Reda 1614 NW 3rd PU or call REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES
charged 4 speed loaded. John FOR SALE '5* red Buick convertible FR 2.207.VW '62 BUICK LeSabre 4 'door
:r.aALIANI.. 60 J X. r & h..4 dr. Pierson. FR M743 or see at 1122. full power needs top no sedan automatic transmission Value Rated
w ,.- V-JOfc black exterior. ri white NW 4th Ave. A-c. $800. Phone 4-C252. 1960 DELUXE with heater power steering power brakes. I DRAWING SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 3 P.M. :,
Interlor.Looks sharp good me- ,'61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon. with USED car Valiant 1963. Signet 220, good condition clean. $1000. radio neater, air Conditioned.
Used Cars 2.-FIRST PRIZES 15
chanteM condition. Call 3H-MM- air' $1.300. STUDENT SPEC. 4 dr. sedan., white with factory Phone FR 2-3477 low miles. '-' ".123ft Piece American Star Waterless Cookware
= ='VOLKSWAGEN nw.W3. r.- CIAL '54 Plymouth perfect cond art radio, heater, auto. trans., 2-SECOND PRIZES-15 Cup Automatic Coffeemaker :.
p_ 4lio. llealer..llr. conditioned, rear 43.000 sworn to miles. 139$. Phone seat belts. 3.500 miles. factory VALIANT. 63. standard shift. V100. MELTON MOTORS B&G MOTOR CO. .
.' speaker WW tires. ,low mlla9e.lacrlflceprlca. FR440S.. warranty remaining. Cost new 225 engine, radio. Phone 372-7838 1CVTHIRD PRIZES-9-Piece Beverage Set .
.._ f R 3-/3JS. $3,100 sale price 1795. No tradeIn after 6 P oM. 70J N, MAIN ST. FR 4-7571 Cadillac Oldsmobile WINNERS NEED NOT BE PRESENT :
-, 'CORD. 1,5JT: runs good? $75. SIM- f57 Cross country Rambler, station please. Ph. C. T. Newberry 2C01 NW 13th St.
= -.CL. J959, almost new engine wagon FR excellent 6-lf50. condition.,. .0500.Call 372-40U to see and drive. i
flood tires. W7J. $450 for both. 1955 CENTURY BUICK. 2 tone. PS i BARKLEY GAINESVILLEAUTO COME SEE. i T./
1411 JJWlStt Si. !.n!' 5 p.m. & Brakes, r & h, two new tires. :
AUST SELL. 1f63 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4 Very clean. $275. Phone FR 6- SALES TCA1L -
dr. radio. heater. [ 7043. 1 9
'PONTIAC STARCHIEF. 1955. 2Dtti pow MOTORS"IN I '
')rmop. good condition. JOO. er steering, like new." A bargain 1007 N. Main St. COME SAVE!
= at Call 1964 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY -
SltSO. 372-
407 before 5:30
.
2-6313 PONTIAC
. p'bont3lfia P.M. or 372.3251 after 5:30 P.M. COUPE local owner fully equipped THE AUTO GAME- Phone FR I .
. "-ORD.'SJdr.: .,.stand. trans.. V including air cond., 4.000 BARKLEY'S THE NAME" Northcentral Florida.
r .-1. economical 1o .m.. Priced fo 1'43 Falrtane 500. Good condition actual miles, need cash money.SX600. 2201 N. Main St. Largest 302 N.W. 8th Ave. The -
1965SENSIBLE ,
Immediate sale '_-wiUconsWt and cheap. Call 374-0374 or 707 New car delivered price II FR
I!I ... trade: 'f* MS4J. NW 2nd Ave.' afternoons after $4.400. Home phone. FR 6- 4908. FR 2.4373 I 'independent Dealer
4 P.M. .
\ Bus. FR 62980.
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, -- R1tltltBtr1tr114ti-1M.wner Condmon:$30o-dowtl.. will. perfect crake i t.'t.w ,., .. .. 7"" '' ''2i'''''r:' J" r. ":T'A #'
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oldLYCar for down P.Ymen <> .v;' .dI \ ,'<: 4 v ... "t':." .
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r uP- 'lymenta.. Call fR J-W1 or "v ,, ? v' :JI v
: .376-nS1.. 2.2583'r: I if; .
::. CHEVY Impala '"'64. New

-. 6-4405.2.750 mi $2600. Call FR- I I &

:F MERCURY 'convertible, 1960 power J
.titerlns.b r a k e I. windows *. r\'tPx. A ,. h. if. ,
j
seats. urge engine.: A-1 cona.C masqueradeCortina 'r 1 4. ; >
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.U 37WW94. ,r ': __ ":' ...r.-- __.J
'MERCURY Montery 19ss. Very
. clean. $400.
FR 6.2895
i
.MERCURY 155. f passenger station

-.. -- .- good dltlon.- wagon.tires Call one AT-23 owner.radio.good helter.con- is the high-performance car that masquerades most of the time as a five- SPEcTACthARSI

w
-- IMPALA offer over S8.$225.body rusted Best passenger, family car. But beneath Cortina's quiet look it is raring to go, and beats

, :: '60 'SUNBEAM Cell 376-0674.Alpine. excellent other competition-modified" cars almost every time: more than 140 firsts in races IlL4.4 44.. A A A AA A AhAAA1k

.. condone owner, many extras. and rallies in 23 countries to date. Cortina is the winner of the1964 Auto-Unl
'_ ._, _. Pslced_ right..Call FR 4-7 24. versum ARE HERE AT

-w -.:MERCEDES Must-sell. Blue BENZ"with WO red SU Interior 1956., 'International Car of the Year" award, for "outstanding performance, reliability and RJDGWAY MOTOR CO.

new out. Call Firestones after',7 clean P.M. 372-3216.Inside & versatility competition around the world."Imported and distributed by Ford Motor

:- -J'tires SS FORD good CONV.looking.good Fully top:equlpMd good- Company, it .is available'in the United' States in the GT, the deluxe 2and 4-dcor

_-w .. ..... "./priced'" at S39S. 316 NE 1st St sedan- and the station wagon. Every Cortina offers you five-passenger comfort,foam- RAMBLER AMERICAN

FOR THE CORRECT padded bucket seats, American size nuts and bolts, ample luggage room, up to 32 ... .. Lively New
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'SAVINGS ON BRAND NEW '64 ---
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-SALESMEN: BENNIE BRASINGTON IA--
r ,. .. OLDSMOBILES BRENCE ROBERTS
.. THE TRADES! SALES MGR: J. J. BRASNGTON


I -- 163 CADILLAC Sedan conditioning DeVille., low Factory$4595 air 57 OLDSMOBILE 88 Hardtop Up.200? /CO', Premiere Hardtop Coupe.

F' mileage..One owner. World famous quality. //Q Full size' Station Wagon. Factory DO LINCOLN Loaded excellent $CQF air

: /Lm Sedan DeVille. Factory air 00 BUICK air conditioning. One $OIQC mechanical condition. . . . / J

01 CADILLAC conditioning. $2795 owner. Low mileage . . e . 01 /J 295
: Loaded with deluxe features. . . l 758 PONTIAC Sedan Runs good.

:- III!_!!.J '59 CADILLAC Sedan. White & $1 new 59 white BUICK paint. Luxury Electra Sedan.model. Beautiful. .'. $11 IID QC 759 HILLMAN .. $295 w

1 light blue. Outstanding i buy. . . JT J57 ij& Hrdtp oupe. Air $ooi; 5295
BUICK 59 MORRIS MINOR
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CADILLAC ,Fleetwood. Factory $795 63 CHEVROLET 761 FALCON MK1 095
= '.... air conditioning. Outstanding buy. . Bel Air station $01

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i I 98 -J' 62 OLDSMOBILE.ccnditioning, $2395 | CHEVROLET Impala Hardtop sedan. /CT CADI\ Station Wagon. V-8. $395

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I 88.o..o.! sedan. Power 61. rUl\l/ power steering. Excellent $1QQC ditioning. Full power leather interior $2995

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Is : : a Battle- :Cry. 'o" ,;'in' Capitol CorridorsBy



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MARTHA COLE When the east front of the of-the-way place for the worm'; Congress authorizes monu- Franklin Delano Roosevelt The' four sons of FJXR. said One suggestion in.1961 would 1 Theodore Roosevelt Island In

':WASHINGTON (AP) Just Capitol was extended in 1958, en's suffrage statue in the Capitol ments, memorials, and 'fountains -: Memorial a design consisting of they still didn't like it And have made'the proposed'cultural the Potomac River"None of

mention "memorial" in Wash- the two statues Wet e, removed crypt below the 'rotunda. It in Washington. In 1910 it eight big concrete tablets rang that's where it stands today. center here a memorial for this 'sanctuary of the free spirit'
and the extension commission created a permanent 'commission to 165 feet in Mrs. said.
height Longworth
ington and the battle lines start shows the busts of Lucretia -ing her father. jargon,
decided to let them repose in Mott Elizabeth Sianton of fine arts to advise it on The sons' words were mild to settled
forming before the bugle blows. Cady "Instant Stonehenge" referring "The hell with the cultural Finally, everybody on
limbo a while. They're in wood- and Susan B. Anthony rising designs and sites. to the Druid tablets of what the daughter of President center as a memorial," the 76- a 17.foot statue of T.R. to be

.- Everybody has a different ,I en-crated oblivion behind the from a block of white marble. But everybody gets in on the England somebody called it. Theodore Roosevelt said about year-old Alice Roosevelt Long- placed in an oval plaza on the

idea about what it should be and Capitol power plant. "Three women in a bathtub," The design was scaled down anda various memorials proposed. for worth said of thatA river island, and it's under way

where it should be. It's been I Many have criticized the out- it's been dubbed by wags. act.The commission i chose for'the statue of F.D.R. added. her father. big celestial sphere on now.

that way ever since Congress -r

and the country had a hard time'' -
deciding where the capitol city I

should be in the first place. .. '
; AZALEAS PLANT NOW ,FOR SPRING BLOOM IN -- : ; ) ;L_ ANNUALS
The current hassle is over a : YOUR YARD T .-1'-, ..' <, <. !,
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memorial to the late President : '_ :.: Petunias ((20 varieties)

Franklin D. Roosevelt, and it's Beautiful that offer :/. PRICES GOOD '
plants a parade of Pansies
been going on for two
years.
color in ,your yard in spring. These are f C ': THURS.. FRI. SAT. ';..' Snapdragons -
Quietly, though, two statues 3 ) '
: quality plants 14" to 18 in. tall. Come Dianthus .. .
have disappeared from the east '
early for the best selection SEPTEMBER 24-25-26 Carnation
steps of the Capitol, and there's .of hard to find :\ ,,. :3* :

no outcry to return them. varieties. Open 8 to 6 Doily ... Alyssum 'n'

They made the American ea. i' Calendulas : C

Indians unhappy.One _;A Collards.\ *l. ".- 89
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= of the statues, called COMET LAWN RAKES. ;* "' Pepper Cabbage DOZ

Rescue, portrays Daniel Boone x .F,/ ,

protecting a pioneer mother and : $
Indian brandishing Ligustrum ; -
child from an ,9C -
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a tomahawk. The other, 99C Viburnum RYE GRASS SEED

called Discovery,' shows Chris- : ,

topher Columbus pushing aside /))))))))) : : '
an:almost nude Indian maiden. d Callon (*(S'--; NEW SEED 25 LBS.

Cans .. .
OR MORE 12C
For years Indians have complained SPRAYOXW00 "

about "those things," OILAN OIL : .;, ; ( Less than 25 Ibs.
said Rep. Tom Steed, D-Okla.
r'. ..d, 15c per lb.) PER. LB.
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Oil and MalathionConcentrate I I DRED '.

TimeTkis makes .
Story -
: 5 Gals. of Spray. C FLORIDA ROSES
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: FridayStory Best spray now for HOUSEHOL' SPRAY BULBS

Scale, White Flies, .>, RootStock

Time, for children aged and other Shrub PINTS FROM HOLLAND

3 to 7 will ,be held at the public Insects. 69'r Daffodils Hyacinth Best for Florida! 2Fortuniana 49

Library on Friday from Spray ) N rcissus.'Tulips 28 Varieties
( Included
3:15 to 4
p.m. Patio Stones & Steps' Iris Glads Container GrownFLORIDA'S .

The storytellers will be Miss Glory Lily FINEST .

Patty Oken, Miss Liz Morrisonand GALLONS 325 RananculusAnemones ROSE AND UP -

Miss Gail Kahn, membersof MANY Pebbled 20 0

,the social studies class of the COLORSConcrete I 0 Amaryllis

UJ versity's College of Educa- SIZES Finish OFF "Kills Resistant Bugs", Easter. LilliesReg.
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tion.The : 79c Per Pkg. -
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theme for this week's ; FREE PLANTS

stories is "The World of Giants i .

and 'Dwarfs", and one of the FI C .1 House Plants to be Given

storytellers especially ,made Miss Morrison up her ,own has ioriaa rest ontro 69c Free to our First 300 Customers

original story for the occasion.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS & CHEMICAL COMPANY -
FLORIDA STATUTESIN for
Register Drawing
th. Court .f the County Judge Ala-
thus County. Florida, !. Probatt.In ALL PORCELAIN
r.s Estate of
ELLEN,Deceased.A. DICKERSON. ::2r4_ 4- -4 FREE KETTLE TYPE

To All Cr..inds Pirsons Having HBnBBMH HBKBPBHBMB BMBKII lff">B w8BBWTHirBBP8. niiTaF' BBaBi BjB .tt RETAILS| $47.00
Claims Against Said EstaU -

,You: and each of you are hereby notified IS CELEBRATING ITS LADIES BAR-B-Q GRILL
and required to present any claims GARDEN
and demands which you or either of
you may have against the estata of ELLEN
A. DICKERSON, deceased late GLOVES
of saId County to the County Judge of
Alachua County Florida, at his office In
the court house of said County at CalnesvUte 69*
Florida, within six calendar months Juleps. .
from the time of the first publication of 15th
this notice. Each claim or demand shall Anniversary GreenThumb. i
be In writing and shall state the place of FREE COKES
residence and post office address of the
claimant and shall be sworn to by the 89*
claimant his agent or his attorney and .
any such claim or demand hot so filed
shall be void.MARGARET.

As executrix RUTH of the BECKENBACH Last Will and < .. LAWN FERTILIZER
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Testament ELLEN A.of DICKERSOS :' :,t \' ; .. "'::::';', : .;... t.1i n. : III

First publication deceased September 10, 1964 '; ;; -; ': : Now is the time to apply the annual '

Clara 11 West Floyd University Gehan Avenue ,..,::11 ;'.(-"" ; -L;! jl.rff.,. <. "_,:<,. ..Il....._ ,;.. Fall application of fertilizer to your .

Attorney Gainesville for Florida Executrix :' -: ;.. ,. rt; 1 i:" lawn. Let us spread any of the .
(3605) ':10. 9:17.9:2610:1 .. .. i i Grotone Pelletized Fertilizers for WE ARE PLEASED TO BE '

"'' :7: : only $1.00 hundred. Grotone .
IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ...: per
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ". Pellets $5.75 cwt. SERVING YOU
LAW FOR ALACHUA NO. 3144 COUNTY FLORIDA. : ; ,t" .'. .
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLO- j. I'
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an Agency of the State of Florida. Dear Customer
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A.p.Defendants.HALL et al. MOWER ; } ORTHOChinch On our 15th anniversary we are proud to extend our most sincere thanks

ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI ':'" to .our many friends and customers. Pest Control being a service business,
EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDING .,. B
OF
NOTICE : CLOSEOUTS ig'w take pride in our reputation for quality service and value your goodwill
AND BY THE AUTHOR ga
IN THE NAME as our greatest asset.
ifr OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA "
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ORTHO At Florida Pest Control we are conscious our responsibility in serving the
.or and having.to all any persons right and title.parties Interest claiming, es 21" Self Propelled Army Worm Spray public and pledge that we shall maintain the finest professional service

Ute, nnorgage or other lien to herelnaftefdescrlbed or on. Jmpluse Starter 12145 qt. hot. $1.95 ,available and continue to offer the greatest value for your pest control dollar.

those certain, parcels and the of follow1 land *? persons CUT Reg. 149.95 r< We pledge to serve you with thoroughly trained personnel who can solve.your

claiming, together by, through with all or unknown under persons known .,. ; E pest problem in o competent and safe manner.
persons who are dead or who are not ; We are fortunate to have the opportunity to be of service in new areas.
known. Eddie to be Bradley dead or alive: 21" Hand Propelled ..' ; of the state this year and take pride in your faith in our company which has
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..,.. (Eddie or If deceased Bradley the, heirs of Impulse Starter 8495 i made this expansion possible. .

.M,Address Unknowns CUT Reg. 99.95 ... Sincerely Yours 4-._
SRD No. Ml i-5 : .'.. .: Dempsey R. Sapp ..

:The Heirs of Manuel Harris ;' ._ Owner
__.Address No.Unknown Sal TO" Hand Propelled ; -__ _...... .1aL. ....
SRD
w Impulse Starter 8125 '---- .
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_.Address Unknown Reg. 94.95 .- '- & : ; TERMITE CONTROL -
-.:;* SRD No. 281 : f. ,, ,-:: ". ,' We offer o FREE INSPECTION and estimate. You con "know" your
-The Heirs of Lula Kelly : : home is protected at no cost to you.
Hand :
Propelled -
Address$ Unknown 19" t __
4B- SRD NO. 211 __ ._ Rope Starter 1150 ; ', HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL :r::.''
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--- The Address Helm Unknown of Clinton DuBcse CUT Reg. 89.95 '. .;.. ,,.' Pet ShopSPECIALS We offer regular service against embarrassing, destructive,':disease
:' SRD NO.211 :.. ", r ,: carrying pests a GUARANTEED service and investment that may
SECTION 26260-2401 STATE ROAD 93 :. :' ,.. save you many times the cost .
ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS
SRD NO. 281 ALL MOWERS WITH GRASS BAGGING : :
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BORROW PIT < : R -
; FARM PEST CONTROL '.
BORROW PIT NO.6-PRIGHT STAI : : -
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ATTACHMENT
BORROW PIT NO. 6-P t ,,' '. \.} ; We are fully equipped to protect your form buildings cattle_and
RIGHT (Easterly) STATION 1ES: and w '> ; 10 gal. AquariumComplete orchards with efficient and sofe rodent control, cattle and orchard
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71.94 UP ,,. .
FINANCING TO $100.001W -
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spraying
That part of: : Pump 1695 servICe.
The NEtt of the NEVi of Section 32 WITH APPROVED CREDIT.. i. t
Township f South Range If East INTEREST ., >,:. 1. : Filter Fish
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(1) described as follows: Commence on c ORNAMENTAL PEST CONTROL _, ,
the North boundary of aforesaid Section l -, .
a 3S at a point located 443760 feet East WE TAKE TRADES ::1 All fittings fir tube ; One of our most outstanding services we offer'chinch bug Ton-:
of the Northwest corner thereo thencerun : }: .;. trol. and fungus control, plus complete eradication of the problems
South 00 degrees 33*01" East 300 < DUTCH HOODED of the
} ; ifs RATS ; homeowner in trying to cope with the different sprays to be
feet to the Point of Beginning of afore .
MOWERS FOR j .
said Borrow Pit No. 6-P thence North USED >' ;' FREE with purchase of used for each typeof plant. -_ _::
19 degrees 24' W East 100 ft**. thence SALE. .. cage.
thence South 00 South degrees W degrees 35 01" East 21'5x'100 West feet : .' -:- .; $, ..' GUINEA .PIG . 1.99 SPANISH MOSS CONTROL .'"-- : :-_ .

400 West feet too thence feet thence North 00 North degrees V degrees 35-81 : '. : '. -. "" HAMSTERS . ... 1.39 >> The "silent killer: of ornamental and citrus trees. Spanish Moss

24-S9"inn.lng.East 300 feet to the Point of Bas ', ."i' FINCHES .. .' .. 3.50 pair control is necessary for maximum yield of nut and fruit bearing trees.

(2)Containing Haul Route 7.35 acres lying more within' or 20 less.feet of a : .: :. ,:. COCKATIELS . 34.00 pair WEED CONTROL

survey the Point line described of Beginning as follows of Borrow: Begat Pit<' ... '. :.-. African LOVEBIRDS 25.00 pair Another "first" in our area this service is particularly advantageous

00 No.degrees.6-P es 35tl-lOCated West above 300 and feet in to Nortt end!) '::"=':". :;.-"V.-"- lji: .. ..","...: ."' :''.\ ORTHO GRO'..< '* Complete- Selection of '-' all.ndustrJal to gasoline sites. storage plants bottle gas storage plants .-. .

Containing of said survey OJ4 line acre more or ttss. exclu-i TROPICAL FISH
Fertilizers
live of existing road right of way. '<.\ Liquid ; :.. *TREE SURGERY .
OWNED BY Harris and husjband.
: Cherry "
Manuel Harris. :: } Buy 1 gallon ot : ': LOftlDA 'y Beautiful trees help to make a house a'h+me.: With this service we
(3602)' : ,.'11.,.,7.9.26141. .- reg. **? offer beauty and comfort as well as ottialfy, increasing the,value
.You. and each of art hereby commanded -] .
you. ,
> : '} of Our have the best of
to appear by filing an Answer : price of 4.98 and get .: your property. experts equipment.
1ST
to the Petition heretofore filed In thki II >
Cause In the entitled Court. on or before] C' ii. *
2nd gallon for LANDSCAPING
October 30. lf64 to show what right. tfl CHLORDANE : ; ;r. 0 .
tie Interest or lien you or any of you : : :.., Q : !'; With me 'addition.of Seville's.Nursery to our branches ore now
Mv In and to the above dEscribed : equipped, lartdscopeHomes.lndusNa I-Sites. Oubs,'etc. The
to .
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lands and show cause why the same] DUST i .
for the uses and r : TROLI directors of this service ore _educated in landscaping: and ornamental
Casa forth In the Petition fiied hewn '-, <'*4f a oI1 horticulture. -- .
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WITNESS my Hand and the Seal of 5 LB. BAG 49 4 -
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said.Court on this 4th day of September YARD MAINTENANCE
A. D. 1'.J. ". =
B. CARMICHAEL :'.:,' .!. ; Thru our branch Seville's Nursery, we offer complete yard maintenance
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ; ;"' .. '. including Weed,Control. Hedge Clipping.i Yard and Field Mowing -
COURT COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA.BY FOR ALACHUA ..:": "g-- a Edging. Spot Spraying and Plant Relocation.GAINESVILLE '
: EMILY WATERHOUSE >' ; :;, '- .
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BRUCE AND,." J.(SEAL DANIELS BUILDING) LAKE, ,CITY -. CrCALA: PALATKA STARKE' CRYSTAL RIVER

FLORIDA"OF
TjjASSEE.COUNSEL THE PETITIONER.V. ..
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