Gainesville sun
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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 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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H i Begin AtGM Foes Beaten:

f 'DETROIT (AP) A nation

wide strike against General Motors -
Corp. flared today when

]' the United Auto Workers and -', Congress Mood ..
the company failed to agree on
a new contract by a union imposed -
10 a.m. (EST) deadline.
J The union previously negotiated a For Adjournment JL:

'f' three-year pacts at Chrysler **
Corp. and Ford Motor Co., final
agreement coming only 55 min- ,. N rID \fnrk Eimrs -

.I utes ahead of deadlines at each. ,).. WASHINGTON The Senate broke a paralyzing dead:

The union took General Motors ," \" i lock over a vexing issue Thursday by approving a resolution -
out of 1965 model production "- ->> ,.< e.lL suggesting a slowdown in court-ordered reapportionment -

but announced its plants : of ,state legislatures. -

which build and sell parts to ':('" .. The vote. was: 44 to_38. It came on a proposal by the..
Chrysler and Ford would not be iIiJi'---, 'J",,'" Senate majority leader, Mike

struck. ""'" Mansfield of Montana, to express
Disclosure the strike was of- -. "the sense of Congress"on Senate 4

ficial didn't come until after SS 'L the issue rather than tryingto .....
workers already had started ; -.-' Ik require the federal courts, ; i

walking out at Cleveland, Ohio, ; through binding legislation, to OKs AidProgram ?
Framingham, Mass., and else- allow the states more time to

where. .. carry out redistricting orders.
w .t
UAW President Walter P. ', "'0- The action removed the main
Reuther announced at 10:30 {%+ obstacle to early adjournmentof

ajn that it was with "a great ; Congress. There were indica-
sense of sadness and disappointment" T ]: tions that the session's work

,that he announced ; jLt v4J might now be completed by,the New dark :imr .

failure to reach agreement with == end of next week. By FELIX BELAIR JR.
,, of the Mansfield
General Motors. :- Approval resolution
t He was accompanied to a l brought victory to a WASHINGTON'- The Senate

televised news conference by t'! group of Senate liberals who approved Thursday a $3.3 'billion
Leonard Woodock, UAW vice had immobilized the Senatefor program of economic a a 3 j

president and chief of its GM .. ".., ';., ,, >,;-f! three ,weeks by a filibuster military aid to friendly governments "
department.The '" n "n."j>""'>'>>'''.'''' .c. : against an effort to force the overseas. The vote "was _{
>: "". ,'.< courts to delay reapportionment. 4516.
UAW estimated its strikeof :- : _' c.
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GM would idle 260,000 of its : > ( ,

354,000 production workers., ::; .: : c3i..7s, :>> ":;. ",%:; : By their extended debate, the less Authorizing than requested some $200 by million President
J liberals blocked approval of a
demands of the
Non-economic (AP wirephoto to the Sun) Johnson the measure slid
union rather than money, apparently -, '!.:\ '. .4 .5 rider to the pending foreign aid through the Senate with little I I
brought about the Hole in the Wall bill that was offered last month
more than an hour's debate and
by the Senate Republican leader
strike. GM had offered to match -' > with only minor adinendmen.ts.
the economic at Everett Dirksen of Illinois.
package won East German soldiers guard Oberbaum'Bridge 'croSsing point(; where this hole in the Berlin wall was made Thurs The Dirksen rider, unlike the The logjam that had prevented
Ford which UAW
., Chrysler Walter ,P. Reuther day. The.opening'was' made apparently to'prepare for. .the expected heavy crossing, when. passes are issued again to non binding Mansfield proposal action on the measure since
president West Berliners :,to visit relatives in the Soviet sector of:the'divided'city. framed Aug. 1 had been broken earlier
had estimated worth 54 cents was as mandatory in the day disposition- .
over the next three years. legislation. It'would have sus- ,the. fight over reapportionment I
Unresolved issues at the start pended until Jan. 1, 1966, all of state
., of a 24-hour marathon bargaining Berlin Wall Qp.euiAg..Again federal court proceedings arising
tiI session included grievance ? from the Supreme Court's Also.J1e1ping toward final
union .representa- i "one one vote*'' decision passage ol the aid authorization t
procedures; man
I ,,- _._ AUTO J. ... ..._. .. At, J. ...:. .J of'last June 15. was !
(See on Page 2)) '? ; immediately preceding
5. 5 6tUtr lark' ,tmr8BERLIN \ ..t to'The :accord:was! ; P a tter ed';rter-.theoriginal passes agreement The Supreme Court's rulingwas vote of 54-11 adopting a Senate -

5 East and JV Germany Thursday signed the new of) :last Christmas: .but'was'" substantially improved by extending the, that the districts of b o th' House conference report !

: MinutemanHas pass:agreement"for West Berliners that will allow almost one million walJ.. rosSing permits to- several': visits. --and by introducing a hard-, houses of bicameral state leg- on the $4 billion food for peaceprogram. I

residents to cross' the Communist-built wall. into East Berlin ship clause. : M islatures must be substantiallyequal Although strongly op

I' ': Perfect for family visits beginning next month. Under this clause married couples, separated by the border in population. Since then, posed by the administration ,this
I ; The three. Western Allied commandants who wield supreme wall, can apply for permission for the eastern partner to movetothe ; lower federal courts have ordered measure retained a provision

power in the,.city officially granted approval' of the scheme in an West In addition, residents can cross over to the East within more than 30 states to re-. forbidding sales of U. S. farm

First order Issued to Mayor Willy.Brandt's city administration. 24 hours on the grounds of sickness, death, marriages or child-: district their legislatures to surpluses to Yugoslavia and
A Flight Under the agreement Berliners will be able to visit-relatives in birth in the family. Only persons with close relatives are affected. conform with the decision. Poland except for dollars.

the;East' at.five,prescribed periods between the end of October,and As id.agreement'e from the married, you P des separated by the wall, the Mansfield had been a cosponsor Only perfunctory debate pre- ,
'.. CAPE KENNEDY AP-The neat June. Extra permits in urgent familY'affairs-are to be. '''grant/. :, does not.restore:freedom,of movement. to East Berliners of the Dirksen rider until ceded the vote on final passageof I

Air ahead Force with plans its Minuteman to move swiftly 2 test ed from. the first-'"of. 'next month for. a one-'.year' period. r barredJrom. the West, since.. i ..August. 1961.' Wednesday, when he offered his the foreign aid measure. It :

.. .. ." .. non binding proposal as a substitute was evident throughout the
program following the successful for it He explained that
maiden of the Yank Killed day that the combined leader
I flight trigger- the deadlock had reached the
I FOLLOWING : : ship was making an all : out
I quick missile. _' { point where an "adjustment ofpositions" the t
effort to adjourn session by
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A second launching has been
: was necessary to resolve
the end of next week. The quick
In Viet Nam
scheduled next week from an : what ,he called the "totalstalemate" action on the food for peace and fl.
underground silo adjacent to The on the'issue. aid were
the hole from which the first Campaign: ,SAIGON foreign programs a 1
Viet Nam (AP) Approval of the Mansfield part of that effort.
rocket was fired Thursday.On Communist. grenades killed a substitute had the effect of kill-
the initial flight, the three- U.S. Army officer and wounded ,ing the Dirksen rider. On the As finally passed by the Senate !
stage missile struck a target in .. another American in a jeep 12 roll call, 37 Democrats and sev- the aid authorization is i

the South Atlantic 5,000 miles : Will Hubert miles',northeast of Saigon today.U.S. )en Republicans voted for the about $167 million less than recommended I

away Officials reported all test 'CorruptionAnd ; .: military authorities reported substitute. The opposition consisted by the Foreign Relations 1 !
objectives were achieved and the wounded man, a of 23 Republicans and Committee. It was about j

that no questionable data was of the Agency representative for ,15. Democrats. $216 million under the $3,516- ;.. !
obtained that could delay the International .ii. With the notable exception of 770,000 asked by the President I
Slow was
Cojierup'ENROUTE Down- for the current fiscal The 1
: second firing. released after treatment.at tire Senator Wayne Morse, D-Ore., year.
The goals of next week'slaunching U.S. Air Force Hospital at-Sai- the opponents favored the House authorized the full I
will be the same as .. Dirksen rider and amount and appropriated ,$3.3 :
WITH GOLDWATER (AP) NEW YORK (AP) With almost six gon. Airport. stronger it alive. billion. .'. I
those of the first flight: Evalu- wanted to keep
Sen. Barry Goldwater accused the weeks to go to election day. Sen; Hubert: The officer, whose name was both --- I
ate major differences between Democrats of corruption and coverup today '- H. Humphrey reportedly is ,considering, withheld, was the 283rd American Morse was contended against that pro- The measure now goes tcrow.- >

Minuteman 2 and Minuteman 1. and coupled that, with a.charge, that. putting,. his campaign into lower gear.' to die in Viet Nam in the ? posals. He Congress wouldbe by ference with negotiators for)the t II
2 which is scheduled _either approach
Minuteman President Johnson "shows no -inclination"to :Many ,Democratic strategists say it's, last 34 months. Of theses 193 are interfere with the House, including the Sen t e'i I
to be operational next sum- .support the new civil rights, ,, ." hitting too.fast,a pace for this officially classed as combat trying'to of the courts and that rider on legislative reapportion i I
-- functions .
will have of
mer, a range in the ment. '
? early campaign. deaths.
I 8,000 miles, compared with a law.The Miller' both proposals amounted to an I
maximum Minuteman 1 reach of Republican presidential Says Humphrey,' President John A U.S. Army enlisted man attached unwarranted "rebuke" to the Just before the passage vote

r 6,000 miles. Both weaponscan nominee plunged into: a 'whirlwind son's running-mate' steers his to a. Special ,Forces Supreme Court. the Senate shouted through an I I
be launched within 30 seC- :tour northern New Eng- Home Did 'campaign today to Michigan, :camp'was hit.by mortar frag Morse moved to table or kill amendment by Sen. George I
onds after a firing signal is re land-with a quick trip into ; after'' a day of speeches and ments Thursday in, Tay Ninh both but was defeated; 56 to 27. Aiken, R-Vt. requiring of thjjse '
New 'York-declaring that the handshaking; the crowded. 'Province, 45 miles northwest of The Mansfield resolution says receiving contracts under :tn e !

;f", ceived.A total of 36 test flights. are civil rights bill he opposed in Bar Negroes. streets.of New_ York.Thursday, Saigon:He was moved today to it is the sense of Congress that foreign aid program the same I.
L4 the 'Senate has not solved the I thousands stalled hismotorcade oath demanded of ice;; !
20 from Cape Kennedy Cheering" a Navy hospital, in 'Saigon.where federal district courts, in ordering loyalty t
planned problem 'ot' inequality. 'on Fifth Avenue for he reported in "' with the Su- lar factors under the adminis
Air Calif. was good compliance i itration's
6 and 16 from Vandenberg FRESNO, (APRep.. .
"It's not going to do it unless about half an hour .condition. (See ADJOURN on Page 2)) antipoverty program,:
..:. Force Base, Calif. William E. :Miller has volunteered -
it's enforced and the present scheduled .
Stops in
were -
,the ,information ,that his

i a t..r ,This Bargain he administration told towards a police shows-supporting estunated no inclination 1,500 it," home anti-Negro.once restrictive was covered,covenant by, an,: 200 At,'Bay at Kalamazoo Grand City;and Rapid Flint.' Humphrey, Kalama- Forest Fire Turns to Hills J.j

; Has a Catch people at.an earlYmorning rally but he stands,on'his criticism of declared: '"in a'talk prepared for

5 at the Portland, Maine, airport .President" ;Johnson on the issue Western Michigan .-
'. :.. 'Ii CODY Wyo. (AP) Cody .of such covenants., that""the pioneers of this nation After Singeing Santa Barbara I

i Ss husbands can get a real bargain Goldwater'' said laws" won't The:two'situations:are entirely *ere not'conteat with the old-> O

T .-: ifthey're:; willing to pay the really do.'the :job anyhow. He -'different,'Milter-; Said Thursday 'they;sought the new nth: farthest .,
the Studyof air at dusk cool, and 4he '
for was
SANTA .BARBARA, Calif. ident of the Center
price. : **
spotted a hostile placard in the :in:disclosing that his $60,000 reaches of'our continent
They can buy a dress for their 'suburbhad (AP) A fire ,which twice Democratic Institutions. fire was again moving inland;,
crowd challenging his stand on home in a Washington "The, American dream was .
dollar fea- into the hillside Ana winds -the "devil Again the winds struck.4nSee
wife for just a as a burned suburbsof. Santa
L. civil rights. "You too can be a at one time been covered by not conceived in the conscience
tureof a sales promotion. Santa Barbara tamed .winds" which sweep down ( FIRE oa Page ZJ::
", second-class citizen, the sign" a deedthat excluded its sale topersons of'c>coBsenratives bet in tttite hePe'' away : :
But there's a catch. 'They said. support ,civil rights! I. ;ol the Nqm.ra" visioaaries. ," he.said. V'Humphrey today and blazed into lightly coastal canyons' to ,the sea' '.T:
'have' to wear: the dress out' of populated inland vafe$: have three times sent the blaze
"The law 'passed on civil Miner raised the issue in 'a praised "the vige? .
s the store. rights will'never correct the inequity' .statement. distributed.to .report-. and g *yflnce of the i i'J' in this country,"he said. .ers.1. .' =aad said,.."let .us.ceiftiatte .seemed to be moving away a city of 65,000 nestled
-V: Goldwater said h.'is a problem The.-New' :York. "to. :taae fee "atom:and to 'from Santa Barbara\Firemen the Pacific and the Santa Ynez' NO. ,
'that'must'be solved first'in.th : congressman r exp&re:the stars." i Mountains. f
; say whet let it could .
said the prohibition afternoon
WHERETO : agaiastthesale' started Tuesday Effective Saturday, the
S hearts of Americans. : :'J'bursd ftbeY1iiq-.! The fire
,turn;and bit;the cityfagam.The .
., th: 'Goldwater1.said 'he hopes' the" < ;to.Negroes;was.,fated ja;. ta .."senator4.femaBy accepted' at 2 pm., was hit hard Gainesville San telephone Bast*
',:,' ). FIND IT law.wffl help ,.do' the job-but 1946 bra dead call fee_ dies New'York.'"Stale 'L&ettlparty's' fire ,has now-blackened ;by fut.mcving': firemen and ber wffl be changed to 'n's.
,. added"it:can't accompli any\ ,Jaa4ia. \"his.l &h'T8d1eod..1: : 'nomination;: for '...* 4MB) acres, killed oaft man and aerial tanker planes, and 1111. Calk to all
'.' Comics . .,. 12 thing if;it.is not.enforc; d..: ..T3et4 8l4a,M4..Be aid. ,he:purchased :preskJeat, "The :party's:'votes' injured 36 .others,:?a ;;firefight seemed headed inland by 9 p Jn. should be directed to this Bssfe.
i Closxified 1419I And he. added that discrimination : : abe.>operty. in,1968, .10years 'bare,'decided:eteetieea' .-1Iew' ers.. & then came the, devil winds. In ber.The -:'_
i ': Entertainment 8 is wrong whether' it is ,-;after .the"U.s.-Supreme ,S '\YO't'State ia.toe past; : It has detroyed,71J and an bur 12 homes burned: change allows better sere

'Obituaries . 2I aimed"at ,Negroes: or at atJ1' Caurt Ju4 sled feat seen-raetahcpveoaaiis He said *e'Lfcer aI! party was 1 :burgs, including Tlke luxurious U.S. )F; ,rest Service (firefighters vice to aa increased aim:

Opinion Pose .,. 4 other minority group: : .were Invalid: 'f'" ."becaaae i you, wettW"not homes o:"Averyefcrandage, bolstered by county and of callers titroeg Iastaat1e'

'.. Sports' . 9-11 Goldwater slapped the administration dutbe 1 other.hasd. he'said, tolerate Coat extras president of the International city firemen, blocked it again. of, a single multiple-series n., i
T :" .1 .. Women s .. . 7 'on the Bobby:Baker' ;lAM'Prestteat; Johnson had: a 'ism ia the:lertf:Movement"? 'Olympic :Committee and 'Dr. ;By 7 p.m. Wednesday the fire ber.n _

_,1. ...' (See:BARRY:ca: Pajc'Z) .(3ee;;.mLli .'M:P fe-g), _tSee _"t' } .r... ,R Maynard BhtoWnT.: ;presi ,had covered 2,000 acres, but the ..
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.1 Briefly. To Week JANIE ALDERMANLAKE Rev. Gerald Forbes officiating.The .
To Continue
r Next
BUTLER Servicesror owner' of the McInt 0 s h

Be GivenThe j[ Mrs. Janie B. Alderman, Hotel and' produce broker died:

4 .. S BO, of Lake Butler will be Sat- in Dowagiac, Mich., after a
t Alachua District Courtof By JEAN CARVER City Manager Bill Green stud- CEMETERY DIVISION$24,- :urday at 2:30 p.m. at the Bran- short illness.He .
Sun' Stall Writer ied this week 680 budgeted this with $22-
: year
make Funeral Home chapel. El- for
: Uf Honor will the follow non lived in McIntosh
; City Commissioners discon- BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 604 recommended for next year. ders J. E. McCormick and 0.
1 ing Boy Scout awards at their many years and was a mem-
: monthly meeting at 8 p. m. tinued their committee review of DEPT.Administrative division AIRPORT DIVISION $23- M. Yarborough of the Primitive ber of the Methodist Church.He .

today at Kirby-Smith School. the proposed $9.8 million budget was allocated $13,050 this 618 budgeted this year with $30 Baptist Church will offici- was a World War II veteran
this week and will 748 recommended for next
CLASS resume and $13,270 was recom- year.
SECOND Mike year and served at Guadalcanal,
Boulware, Troop 83, Robert their study next Thursday.The mended for the new budget. TOTAL BUILDINGS AND ate.She died Thursday night at a Leyte and Bataan. 1

Coddington, Troop 92, Jimmy new budget year begins PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS GROUNDS DEPT. $222,764 Lake Butler hospital. j
Survivors include his widow
Oct. 1.Onli. budgeted this with .
Brown, Troop 376, Jeff Carpenter DIVISION $124,270 budgetedthis year $242,228 Born in Columbia County, she Mrs Betty McKoone; a step- 1

'I ,, Jimmy Carpenter, Gor- two budget areas remainto year with $135,332 recom- recommended for next year. moved to .Baker County and son, Larry Schorfhaar Ocala i
J! don Hart, Dan Steckel, Rich- be studied by the commis- mended for next year. PERSONNEL DEPT. $16- then to Lake Butler about 25 ;
; sion the utilities departmentand CITY BUILDINGS DIVISION 000 is recommended for forming memberof one grandchild; two brothers I
ard D. Haskins Troop 378. years ago. She was a
W. S. McKoone !
} FIRST CLASS Mike How- the planning department., $37,146 budgeted this 'year this new department, including the Swift Creek Primitive ; I

-- ard,' Troop 84, Bill Crawford, These are, the department with $40,274 recommended for $8400; for the director. Baptist Church. and W. R. McKoone, Hastings;.
three sisters, Mrs. Martha Ellis
Troop 376, Charles Shelton, budget recommendations by! next year. WELFARE DEPT. $14,000 Survivors include a brother -
Gainesville Mrs. H. G
this ;
budgeted with the
Kenny Snyder. year James Burnett, Bartow; and
Freeman Savannah and Mrs
total ;
same recommended for
STAR Billy several nieces and nephews.
Charles Heath, Groveland.
Troop 92, Jeff Grant, Troop 376. Weather Roundup next year. Burial will be in Oak Grove

'LIFE Bob Deese, Troop RECREATION DEPT. $81- Cemetery north of Lake City.A. MARY OLMESMrs.

I '.(' $t 5..' ';..' 455 budgeted this year with Mary Wray Olmes, 76
$ '14 202.MERIT R. McKOONE
$151,212 recommended for
next .
E ;,..) ,RobertD. MCINTOSH Services for died Thursday in Alachua General
Bradbury, Troop 81, Per year. This includes three newlighted'softball Hospital after a long ill
fields, funds for Azor Ray .McKoone, 58, willbe
sonal Finances, Daniel L. Deen
: --- .,; developing the old VA Saturday at 3 p.m. at the ness.Mrs.
1 Woodcarving, George Deen, propertyand Olmes, who lived it
I II Home Repairs, Woodcarving,I several multi purpose Jones f Johnson chapel with St. Petersburg, is the motherof

: Pearce W. Hunt, Lifesaving, w courts. Mrs. C. P. Keeter, Gaines.

I. : CAP Wlrephoto to the Sun) Swimming, Gerald Tew, Wood-I Partly cloudy ZONESA and mild through t .e'-s. | HEALTH DEPT. $18,520 More About ville.

carving, Robert W ilk inson, Saturday.Highest Saturday Lowest (0 tonight to M.W Northeast to M. 'a budgeted by the city this year She was born in Altoona, Pa.

Grass Roots Data Troop 83, Insect Life, Ted An- to east winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. .tasm' NaHJ with $24,720 recommended for She was an Episcopalian.In .
; derson, Troop 84, Personal Fit- B C -Fair and less humid next year. Other contributors I include Barry addition to Mrs. Keeter,

ness, Rowing, Swimming, Hen through Saturday. A little Alachua County, the Mrs. Olmes is survived by a
E secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman
ap- ry Couch, Cit. in Nation, Tom- cooler tonight. Low tonight 55 school board and the State of ./ son, Thomas Edward Olmes,
be from
getting a briefing a special
pears repre-
Derrick to 60. High Saturday in mid .
Reading Mike Florida.
my St. Petersburg.
: sentative of the real roots citizens. The
grasshopper -
From 1
: landed on Freeman's shoulder while he was Fearney, Music, Mike Howard 80s. Variable mostly northeastto SANTA FE LIBRARY the Page I The family requests that in

I inspecting a tangerine grove near Lakeland during Swimming, Gary M u r- north winds. to 12 miles city budgeted'$40,000 to the regional -affair, forecasting a whitewashof lieu of flowers, contributions be

: a grass roots tour of' Florida's farm lands to speak rell, Home Repairs, Kenneth per hour.Fair library this year with $50 what he called a kickback given the American Cancer So- ,

; for President Johnson and the administration's Murrell, Lifesaving, Mark Pet- O cooler- tonight.: through Low Saturday.tonight A 55 little to 000 recommended for next year. "that could have directly bene- ciety. :

tis. Soil & Water Conservation, M. High Saturday In mid IOS. Variable Other contributors include Ala- fited Lyndon Johnson's political i
50irm policy. Story on Page 9.MAO northeast
I mostly to north winds 5 to MRS. JESSIE
Carl ,Home, Troop 92, Woo d- 12 miles per hour. chua, Bradford and Union career." That charge came in
ILL? carving, Porter Home, Woodcarving D Fair through, Saturday. A lit c4 .tJ'm and a speech prepared for THOMAS
tle cooler tonight. Low 60 to 65. High counties state grants. deliveryat STARKEMrs.. Jessie Green
David Thorp, Public Saturday In mid $Os. Northeast windsI PARKING METER DEPT.- Albany, N.Y.
ft Dr. Achille Dogliotti, a leading r Health, Hal Wilmot, Personal to 15 miles per hour.E GAINESVILLE WEATHER Thomas, 70, died Thursday aft-
F G Fair through Saturday budgeted this with
Italian heart surgeon, has ._.'-, Fitness, Billy Woodbury, except chance of brief shower this aft Municipal $7,860 year In Albany,, he was to have a ernoon after a long illness.
_____ ernoon. Low' tonight 65 to 72. High Airport readings $8,320 recommended for next
llownto touching elf __ chat with Gov. NelsonA. Florida
Peking I
private in Butler.
Fabrick Born County
Camping, Bobby Troop Saturday in upper Ms. Variable winds for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today:
Jew speculation that Mao Tze- ; -'ti4 104, Swimming, Mark becoming mostly northeasterly 5 to 12 year. Rockefeller, who battled him she lived in Starke all
Ji Morgan, miles per hour.H High 92 at 3 pm.: low 70 at. SANITARY SEWER FUND -
Tung is ill. : Camping, First Aid, Pete Trim- I J Fair through Saturday except 6 7 a.m. No rain.ALMANAC. for the( GOP nomination last her life. She was a member of
this with
for a few local afternoon show- $343,661 budgeted year
left Rome
i Dr.
Dogliotti mer Swimming Robert Watts summer. the Union Primitive Baptist
ers. Low tonight In 70s. High Saturday $369,461 recommended for next

( AVednesday. Relatives said he ': First Aid, 'Lifesaving, Swim- northeast In upper wind 80s.5 to Variable 15 .miles! mostly per Sunset today .............. ':22 p.m. year. Revenue'figures are iden Skipping across an area he Church, where, funeral"services
; would attend a medical congress ; k ming, Ray Bryant, Troop 202, hour. Sunrise tomorrow '.........,. ':19 a.m. will be held at 3 p.m.Saturday,
ticaL. concedes will be
in K Partly cloudy through Saturday 'Moonris. tonight ............ ':21 p.m. tough to carry
: Peking. Personal Fitness, Bill Deese, with I few showers. Low tonight near Last Quarter ................. Sept. 28 in November, the Arizona senator -with elders Herman'MOody and
Last month reports circulated 80. High Saturday 88. East to north- 'ROMINENTSYAR .
that the leader of Camping, Firemanship, Public east wind !. to II miles per hour. Regulus, rises .............. 4.C4 a.m. pointed to the Senate Rules Harry Eddy officiating.
in Rome Health, Scholarship, Wood- TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE VISIBLE PLANETS More About Committee's investigation Burial' will be in Dyal Cemetery

1. fled China was ill and that at carving, Bob Deese, Camping, Jacksonville ........High..,. t3 Low 69 Precip. Saturn Jupiter,in near southeast the Moon....... 7:49 p.m. of the'reopened Baker case and with Jones Funeral Home,
least two Italian physicians had Firemanship, Public Health, Miami .................. 84 78 Mars, In the east .......... 1:17..m.' in
teen Tampa ................ 84 74 Venus, between Mars and Reguius. declared: Starke charge.
called to the capital. Bill Wakeman, Basketry, Camping Atlanta .......b....... 80 50 MillerFrom Surviving are two daughters j
: New Orleans .......... 83 68 CEDAR KEY
A report from Hong Kong last Nature, Swimming, Rich Boston ................. 77 52 Saturday High at TIDES 3:39 a m. and "We'must realistically expect! Mrs. Doris Starling, Starke
t': : aturday; said Mao and other ard Yawn, Camping, Cooking, New York ............. 81 53 5.09 p.m. Low at 10:40 ajn. and 10.25 that' what we will actually get' 4.
\ Washington ............ 83 52 and Mrs. Agnes Wainwright.
ton Communists would enter Bill Crawford, Troop 376, Fire- Chicago ................ 62 41 pm.Sunday High at 4:17 I.m. and 6:24 Ii 1 will be very little of the truth, three sons Russell
Col. John F. Freund ........... Page ; J
Jospitals Oct. 1 for checkups.CRATEFUL Kansas City 75 57 pm. Low at 11:39 a.m. and 11:08 p.m.
manship, Jeff Grant, Camp- Denver ................. 74 44- 4 the truth full of holes, and nothing Carl and M. J. Thomas, all jfj
above, of the U. S. Army Spe- ..............
n I Ft. Worth 78 65 MARINE FORECAST
cial Forces Is attempting to ing, Lifesaving, Stephen Hinkle Los Angeles ............ 91 69 EAST GULF: Mostly northeasterly racial covenant inserted in 1945 but the same old 'run- of Starke; four brothers, Eddie \
mediate a possible attack by Reading, Wallace N e w. Seattle .roo............. 71 51 .10 winds 5 to 15 knots Saturday. Fair. I in property that, Miller said, around." and Willie Green, Starke, Claude

;. Belgian 1 | comb, Lifesaving, Swimming, had been purchased in 1938 Green Maxville and La ct
mountain tribesmen ,
against This time, the committee is to ,
[Prince Alexan- lowland Vietnamese at Buon David Pearson, Firemanship, I 5 Day ForecastTemperatures I without such a restriction.Miller's look into the charges of Sen. Green, Jacksonville; five sisters i
der has return- Lifesaving, Swimming, Steve
I ..sa Par, 160 miles north of statement was issuedat John Williams, R-Del., that Mrs. Pearl Kerns, Jack ,
Id to Boston to Pearson, Firemanship, L if e-
Bakersfield Calif. his first
Saigon. The mountain : former Democratic national sonville, Mrs. Ethel Thomas
are expected to south. A trend be
Fred warming
4>tudy medical saving. Swimming Roth- may !
tribes, trained by Americansto stop in a two-day swing throughthe treasurer Matthew McCloskey Mrs. Maude Newmans, Mrs.
ciences where well, Swimming, Kenneth Snyder average normal to three degrees felt this weekend, but there will ;
operate against the Viet state, considered one of the Baker Fedie Burney and Mrs. Gussie )
Hiking. above for the next five days. be little change otherwise. Rainfall through dropped
:) eve his years lifews ) 4"I Cong are angry over an ambush Highs should be in the upper 80s, is expected to be generally key battlegrounds in the elec- $25,000 into the 1960 Democratic Gaskins, all of Starke; 23 grand-

pgo-saved by by a Vietnamese Army lows 67 to 71 in the. north partof light, up to one inch in local tion campaign. campaign fund as a "kickback"on children and,seven great-grand-

91 medical s c i i-, unit of a truck convoy of Mores About the state and 71 to 78 in the showers, mainly in the south. Miller told a crowd of 5,000 at the contract for building the children. .
tribesmen which has been the Bakersfield airport that he District of Columbia stadium.
F ence. He has 'assured safe conduct. Col. did not think the Republicanscould ELIGE GEIGER SR.
I entered Freund is a native of New Fire More win without carrying Cali McCloskey is a Philadelphia CHIEFLAND Elige Geiger -

!I vard as a special student for York. His wife and familyare fornia. contractor who was named U.S. Sr., 75, a resident of this

1 courses in biology, biochemistry living in Vienna, Va. AboutAuto The Republican vice presidential ambassador to Ireland by the area for'47 years, died Wednes-

I and allied subjects.On From Page 1 nominee campaigned in late President John F. Kennedy. day at Monroe Memorial Hos.

his trip to Boston he was COMMANDERDonald pital in Ocala after a lengthy
a patient at the Boston Chil- eight minutes the temperature I Bakersfield and Fresno Thurs- Goldwater said in a prepared illness.

dren's Medical Center where a E. rose 12 degrees and winds of 50 From Page 1 ,: day, heading for Merced, Stock address for some 24,000 cheering He was a native of Coffey-

delicate heart operation was Johnson of e'" miles an hour pushed flames I ton and San Francisco.In political fans at Fenway yule, Ala., and a member ol
performed that saved his life. West Branch, toward the rity. tion in the plants, production] Chrysler hourly rated employes a speech at Fresno Thurs- Park in Boston that the money the Chiefland Methodist Church

Iowa, waselected To the east -the ocean linesto standards, disciplining of work-I stayed off the job for 104 daysin day night to an audience of 600, "could have been siphoned into and the Chiefland Masonic 1

t NO CANCER national .& Santa Barbara's south and ers and working conditions.The support of a union demandfor Miller termed as "bunk" Dem- the Johnson campaign fund in Lodge.

S Doctors reported today that c 0 m- west one tongue raced into strike deadline came less a funded pension. ocratic charges that Sen. Barry 1960 at a time when Lyndon Survivors include his wife

Premier Ik- mander of the Montecito -the'home of countless than a day after General Mo- Prior to reaching initial bar- Goldwater the Republican Johnson was trying to take the Leler; four sons, Fred, Chief-
Japanese American Leg millionaires and the most tors put its 1965 line of cars on gaining contracts with GM and presidential nominee, was a Democratic nomination from land, W. L. and Elige Jr., Wil-
eda does not have throat can- ion at the closing display in dealer showrooms. warmonger, particularly when John Fitzgerald Kennedy."
." elegant California suburb hit by Chrysler in 1937, UAW mem- liston and Cecil of Tampa;
i cer. But they said he requires session oi fire since the Bel Air blaze of With the auto industry'one of bers staged violent sitdown they came from a party "that However Goldwater didn't one daughter, Mrs. Sarah Cannon -
three to four weeks of special the Legion 'j the of has led into war four timesin ,
largest steel us
users glass
1961. Th'rty homes, many of strikes in support of. their bid deliver this section of the of Germany; three broth-
radiation treatment to reduce 46th annual naJonnson "
them mansions rubber. aluminum. zinc and for this century. ers, Eugene Thomasville Ala.
were destroyed recognition. ,
speech due.to mixup.
his throat. in Dallas 1 1
t I a benign tumor in tional! convention including Brunage's 20-room other metals, a General Motors Mitt of Jacksonville and Gettisof

I Without such treatment, Thursday. shutdown was certain to be felt Such sitdowns closed GM operations Goldwater's secretary,
'1 mansion and Hutchins' $100,000 More ..AboutAdjourn press ; two sisters, Mrs.
a 1 i throat specialists at the Nation- home. quickly through every section of for 44''days and idled Paul F. Wagner, said the senator Elsie Roberts, Chiefland and

t f.[ j'I al Cancer Center said, Ikeda'sII IN A HUFF Northeast of the city, West- the nation's economy.In Chrysler production for 29 days. skipped the remarks inadvertently -Mrs. J. A. Goodman, Williston;

t condition might develop into Soprano Renata Scotto returned -mont College was hit, two buildings addition to thousands of Even if agreement had been in the speech becausethe 14 grandchildren and 7 great

!I cancer. to Milan from Moscow, one a dorm evacuated GM workers idled in the selec- reached on a national contract, passage was not on the grandchildren. ,

i'' I where she walked out on the earlier, burned. tive walkout, hundreds of supplier the UAW had told its local unions From 1 Teleprompter he used. Funeral service will be at 4

La Scala Opera Company, and Then, swept by winds from plants around the' countryalso earlier that they could go Page undelivered Boston p.m. Sunday at the Chief a n d

1'j told newsmen she'll never sing the northeast, the fire raced will be affected. on strike anyway to back up preme Court's June decision, In his Methodist Church with the Rev.
which had been
for La Scila again. Within the first half hour their local remarks, Gene
eight miles westward throughthe demands if these should allow a state "the lengthof Carter officiating. Burial
Miss Scotto, who has been oak and walkouts were reported at 17 were not settled by a week from time provided for a regular to newsmen as a last-minute will be in Hardee Cemetery.

L I with La Scala for 10 years, said studded eucalyptus with moder-grovesin major factories. today. session of the legislature plus insert into his speech, Gold- Knauf Funeral ,Home. is in
Thursday night she had been canyons They are in Pittsburgh, Cleve- water also said Kennedy "was
Reuther 30 days, but not to exceed six charge.
to Thursday had
having trouble with the man- ately priced expensive land, Dallas, Norwood, Ohio, pro- months in all." one of my close friends in the
homes. posed the differences betweenhis
j agement for the past two years. Twenty-four more were Los Angeles, Wilmington, Del., Thus, a state legislature that I Senate."
union and
destroyed. GM be submittedto More AboutHubert
T4' It all began, she said, when Kansas City, Janesville,- Wis., I meets in regular session for 30 "Although I often disagreedwith
Twice the flames binding arbitration. GM
someone "had the funny idea trapped Lansing, Pontiac, Grand Rapids down days would have 60 days to car him, I always respectedhim
whole teams of firemen but turned this offer and the
that I was too fat" to play Vi- Flint and Detroit, Mich., ry out a reapportionment or- ," Goldwater said of the $
oletta, the lead role in "La Tra- most of the men escaped serious Framingham, Mass., and Fre- UAW later that the rejected strike a GM deadline proposal der. A legislature that has a 80- !assassinated president from

viata." injury. mont, Calif. day regular session would be Boston. "Until his successor
I But at one spoton Romer GM strike the' be extended. I to clean the From Page 1.
Today's was I allowed 120 days. In most takes action up .
SNAKE PAL Saddle northeast of Montecito The union also asked GM to
"- ; ninth major walkout against the states, the sessions run from White House I can't say

Geraldine Chaplin, actress four men were trapped by auto industry's big three by join it in having William E. 30 ,to 90 days.In same thing for him, at all." The Liberal 'party, which

.; daughter of comedian Charles flames from three directions. the United Auto Workers union.' Simkin, director of the, federal' "unusual circumstances," 'exists only in New York State,

Chaplin, and Emily flew into Three huddled against an em- The longest strike in the auto Mediation and Conciliation Serv- the declaration suggests, a MeetCity was an off-shoot of the old

I Nice Thursday night from Lon bankment and one tried to run industry occurred in 1945-46 ice, sit in on the bargaining.! shorter or longer delay could Due at American Labor party.In .

through the flames. The three when GM UAW workers stayedoff The firm turned down the proposaL properly be allowed. will 1960 its 406,000 votes gave

Marina Oswald, wife of Lee don.Emily is Miss Chaplin's pet survived. The fourth, John L. the job for 113 days in support It is also'the sense of Congress Manager Bill Green to the late( President John F. Ken-

Harvey Oswald, accused assassin python. The five-foot snake Patterson, 45, of Yreka, Calif., of contract demands, The strike against GM is a the resolution says federal leave for Chicago Saturday nedy a margin to carry the

1 I of President Kennedy made the trip in a suitcase."I fell and was burned to death.In The UAW also staged local selection one. It leaves in operation district courts should i attend the five day conventionof Managers' state against Republican Rich-

shown during an Inter- love animals," said Miss other areas of California, plant' walkouts against GM in those GM plants which themselves reapportion legislatures .i the International City -ard M. Nixon.It .

l Mew for a television pro- Chaplin, who is in Nice to firefighters have pushed brush- 1958 in support of local grievance -sell parts to Chrysler, Ford and in states that fail to do so' Assn. usually nominates Democrats

gram to be presented Sun- make a movie. "But like papa I fires into relatively unoccupied demands after a national American Motors Corp. The within the alloted time. i He is scheduled to present a ,, especially for high office,

\. day by the National Broad have a: weakness for snakes. territories. An estimated 83,000 contract was signed. I UAW said it also would leavein Senator Dirksen assailed the I paper on city responsibilitiesfor sometimes Republicans, whomit

casting Co. following release Dogs are too demonstrative. My acres of brush and timberlandhave 'The second longest auto in-' operation those plants supplying declaration as "meaningless"j leisure time activities.The has helped get elected, and

;' of the Warren report. only worry is Emily's food. She been consumed in five dustry strike in the United industries other than the and "not worth the paper it is:: city manager will return occasionally runs candidates of

!I. See story this page. eats three mice a week." northern counties in six days. :States came in 1951 when UAW automotive. written on." Wednesday. its own.

II't'tIIow Will Europe React to Assassination Report? I Ia

LONDON (AP) The Warren day, upholds the FBI's versionof newspaper serial and as a |generally be confined to leftists.In alone, there will very likely be advancing conspiracy theory is Belgium :- Leftists subscribe\ cialist party, has published

commission's report ,on Presi- the Dallas killing. book of "Who Killed Kenne- eight continental countries, widespread feelings of an attempt a best-seller. Its author, Hun- generally to the theory of arightist stories supporting the conspiracy

F. Kennedy's assassi- Europeans in general have dy?" by Baltimore reporter ,this is the situation: to' cover up a plot The garian-born! Hans Habe spent plot. Newspapers of theory.

dent John ,Dallas Thomas G. Buchanan, has add- Italy Immediately after the U.S. police, particularly the the war years in the United other political coloring generally ] Sweden The conspiracj
nation is certain to produce a regarded reports from mis- ed to the doubt So has New :killing there was widespread Dallas, force, will undoubtedlybe States and now lives in Switzer- have adopted a wait-and-see! theory has had widespread pub

storm of, controversy in Europe with feelings. ranging York lawyer Mark Lane, who speculation that the assassination accused either of inefficiencyor land. His book, "Death in.Dallas" -attitude although conflicting or lication. Doubts are expected ti

if it holds that the accused killer giving to outright have suspicion. toured the continent denying might have been part of a : of a politically motivated claims reactionary millionaires -mysterious points of evidence return to many with the issuing
Oswald acted Leftist long
II Lee Harvey- subscribed organizations to the theory, that that Oswald was the assassin.A plot. But the majority of the cover-up. and white trash- conspired have frequently been pointedout. of the Warren commission re

alone. "Who Killed Kennedy"committee Italian press came around to No amount of evidence to kin Kennedy. ;
the assassination rightist port.DenmarkThebelieflns
An Associated Press survey of was has been formed in !the view that the assassination presented up to now makes the The Netherlands Dutch Norway The liberal after.]
: Oswald its
I nine European countries today conspiracy tool and that with Dallas nightclub as Britain by Bertrand Earl Rus- I was the work only of Oswald. average Frenchman or most newspapers have shown great noon newspaper Dagbladet [conspiracy is rather widespread

\ showed, that leftist circles will Jack shot Os sel, 92, the philosopher and Left-whig papers persist in raining newspaper editors believe it interest in the assassination.The published the Buchanan conspiracy !! and several newspaper

take the lead in ,charging I a waldto operator silence him.Ruby pacifist. the plot theory. was a cut-and-dried, one-man theory of an extreme right- story in serial form. Other have shown skepticism thai

whitewash if the commission's But British opposition to the France U the Warren commission killing. wing conspiracy continues in wise only Orientering weekly Oswald acted alone. Many editors

report, .to"be.made.public Sun The publication in Europe, as Warren report probably will says Oswald acted ,West Germany A ,book leftist circles. organ of the tiny People's So- suspect hi was silenced.

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Ii 1' ; ,:, Arms Race Has Reached, Stalemate, Say Experts

!' < 3Jrm lurk (Eton of new strategic weapons. Ten years ago, for example, in the millions. Now, with inter- "could very well be on the order Hypothetically, they said, the
I' E WASHINGTON Two, scientific Military Power GrowsAs Wiesner York argument was could have attacked the U. S. thermonuclear warheads, the From the Soviet point of Union and Russia would be I
I \ advisers to the Eisenhowerand ; that military technology no with bombers carrying fission Soviet Union could deliver an view, they said, "the pictureis "absolutely powerless to pre-

Kennedy administrations Security DeclinesThe longer can materially enhance warheads, inflicting casualties attack in which casualties. similar but much worse." vent it"which _
I believe that the arms race has the nation's security. As a Corollary

1 now reached a technological they argue that there Soviet Swings Radio Jamming to ChinaWASHINGTON 1
"t stalemate in which no advance two men speak with au- The appearance of their article are no foreseeable weapons advances (
either offensive de-
in weaponry can improve American thority since for the last 15 coincided with the first anniversary or (AP) The to North America 10 Africa Soviet bjgd-
fensive, that will upset the I dropped Thai and Cambodian for outpaced
security. both within and withoutthe of the Senate .ratification I
I years present "stalemate of the arms Soviet Union apparently has I per cent and to West Europe 16 Southeast Asia and Uighur, casts in a Chinese. -. I
In their appraisal, both the government, they have been of the limited Test Ban, --
decided to slack off in its radio per cent during the summer transmitted through Radio
race. The Soviet Bloc
United States and the Soviet Union involved in weapons development Treaty. One of their principal, West jamming''ofRussianlanguage
toward the and
offensive broadcasting season. Tashkent for' the western Chinese -
are faced with the dilemma programs. Dr. Wiesner, recommendations was that the Ever since World War II, they underdeveloped broadcas&by:;
of ,steadily increasing military now dean of science at the Massachusetts :ban be extended to Cover un hole, the military power of the step it up toward This was interpreted as a signof province of Sinkiang. the Voice of America, the:IJ.S. I
power and steadily de. Institute of Technology derground testing. U. S. has been,steadily increasing areas and Red China. easing East-West tensions, Radio Peking started off the government's overseas radio,
And in defensive radio war- I
creasing military security. The was the president's sci- The timing of the article in but "the national security of plus the great growth of television with oegan to taper off more than a
way out of this dilemma they entific adviser during the Ken the midst of the presidential, the U. S. has been rapidly and fare, the Soviet bloc has virtually in the western nations year an increase in its year ago. Now only Bulgaria

believe, lies not in further weap. nedy administration. Dr. York, campaign, could have political inexorably: diminishing." I quit jamming Voice of America which has taken many people Russian-language broadcasts sends out electronic interference

ons development but in steps now chancellor of the Univer ramifications contributing to This steady decrease in national broadcasts while putting away from their radio sets. aimed ,at its Communist rival I ;against the U.S. programs.

toward disarmament.This sity of California at San Diego, the partisan debate over the security, they argue, did interference on signals coming The reduction in transmissions
appraisal was presentedby was first chief scientist ,of the administration's weapons development not result from any inaction onthe from Radio Peking.U.S. aimed at the advanced .- -
Dr. Jerome B. Weisner and advanced research projects program. One of the part of the government. monitors gave some U.S. CHOICE-GOOD Jjr
Dr. Herbert E. York' in an article agency in the Pentagon and principal Republican chargeshas Rather "it resulted from 'the statistics today on how the Com Western countries was matchedby I -

published Thursday in the later director of defense research been that the Kennedy- systematic exploitation of the munist radio propaganda operations increases to Asia Africa and I BEEF
October issue of Scientific and engineering duringthe Johnson administration has product of modern science and have changed with the Latin America. Radio Moscow I f
American. Eisenhower administration.Two failed to push the development technology by the U.S.S.R." shifts in the international political added six languages: Malaya.! '
scene: lam (an Indian tongue), Lingala I CUT TO ORDER
Soviet short wave propagandaUNITARIANUN1VERSALIST for the Congo, Zulu for South I =
II| Kidnaped Schoolc hildren Found Safe --'

Jax Brothers ConvictedIn ATTENTION1Cattlemen !
PARIS (AP) Three French] letters Thursday, presumably Bordeaux The tots told them announced they would take the
schoolchildren kidnaped last from the kidnapers, they had not been mistreatedand two families to Bordeaux. It Kidnaping of Girls and Farmers!

Monday were found safe today I threatened the lives of the chil had "slept in beds." They appeared that they wanted to Bring Your Cattle and Hogs To Us

by the side of a road near Bordeaux dren unless merchants of the also said they had been taken on get all the details of the.experience JACKSONVILLE (APTwo 'brothers the next day after trac- for Public, Cut, Wrap and Flash Freezing ,
in southwestern France. city of Poitiers paid the ransom several brief automobile trips. from the children before brothers face up to 20 years hi ing a license number furnishedby ......
The children told police a by 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Police believe the automobile the emotional reunions. prison for false imprisonment of the teen-agers. QUEEN'S BRAND inc "

,young man and a woman called Time today. Poitiers is the trips were made so that the Hundreds of police who had a pair of teen-age girls. Charges of assault to rape *:
"Nicole" had let them out of a near et city to the village of kidnapers could keep on the been searching for the children After only 15 minutes deliber- against each of the defendantswere Butler Shopping Center S. K. (Kirby) Jackson, Own t.

light blue car. Mar*y where the children live. move. But the children described -began a hunt for-the kidnapers.The ation, a Criminal Court jury placed on the inactive I 4201 N.W. 16th Blvd. 2-5458-

The three, Joel Biet and Patrick T A. youngsters were found them as "automobile three Thursday convicted Ralph Wilkes docket of the court. ____ ___ ___ _________ _._
were kidnaped
Guillon, both 5, and Pa- sbjftly after daylight by a promenades pleasure rides, on 29, and James Wilkes, 25, un
trick's sister Christine, 6, were ywmg woman who recognized The reported their way home from school and both of Jacksonville. ...
pronounced in excellent health. tHenVfrom police descriptions.She giving youngsters an intelligible were report of were in the hands of their abductors They will be sentenced later. .

(they had not been mistreated. notified gendarmes at the their experience. All had been about 85 hours. One of the girls testified that THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO SEE '. -

There was no indication little town of Carbon-Blanc, described as bright and articu Neither the Biets nor the Guil- the men, pretending to be Sher
whether a $210,000 ransom demand about 15 miles from Bordeaux.The Ions have money and police iff's Deputies, accosted the girls THE NEW ..
: had been paid. police took the children to late.The police first said they were were at first puzzled by the and their boy friends as they
walked on the beach in St.
driving the children back to -
motive for the Then
Johns County the evening of
about 138 miles
parents .....
the kidnapers demanded the
north of Bordeaux. Later they Aug. 9.
l I payment by proxy. Police were The girls said they were taken '
[MONEY] startled at the medieval touchof to an abandoned cabin and held The Enjoyment of Hearing

Gainesville Sun the abductors demanding captive about three hours before "

retribution from total strangerswho they were able to elude the men DOLORES STANTON AT THE ORGAN :-. J'
Published evenings! except they obviously felt would and hide in a swamp until the
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Empire.Grows a / NAME TELEVI ;

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NEW YORK (AP-A mightynew
railroad empire nearly
four years in the making will
link the Missouri Valley to the .
East Coast next month. i

Its formal creation under
sponsorship of the Norfolk &
Western Railway will mark a ARl1a
t giant step toward reorganization
of the nation's rail network
into perhaps a dozen regional
systems.The .

greater: Norfolk & West
era, barring an llth- hour hitch.
will begin taking shape Oct 16
under a consolidation plan in-
volving five other roads.

- Combined, their tracks will
sprawl 7,800 miles through 14 a
states and cross into Canada -
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near Buffalo, N. Y. Tm
On the west, the tracks will ( :
link Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City,
Mo.; St. Louis, Mo.; Des .
Moines, Iowa; Chicago, and I
other cities to the bustling At- :>< < >r. I

lantic Coast port of Norfolk f .'.. r i i
Va., on the far side of the rich I
; Pocahontas coal country.
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Hinged on the present N&W, a .:a
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'is thriving coal-hauling line, then : p ,
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! ScheduledBy

-. ..... .- :.. ] ., w .:: ,.-""" .... :'. -?;, ,.. !.ar.. ""' GRACE KNIGHT
"Sandwich Seminars" is the
informal name by which Prof.
Walter A. Rosenbaum calls the
series of weekly political dis-
cussions that began this weekat
the Presbyterian Univer-
sity Center, 1402 W. Un iversity -
{ ; Ave.
Meetings are timed for an
r hour beginning at 12 noon, on
I ; Wednesdays, and are open to
all. Bread, meat, and iced
tea on a buffet table enable one
to make up a sandwich and so
IIj combine a lunch hour with an..
opportunity to hear and be

"Political Currents Forum....
-- is actually the official name.
( TIi But informality and easy give-
r--; and-take prevail between Dr.-:'
+ Rosenbaum, a member of the,..
i fI; University of Florida facultyin
political science and the
persons in the group. .
William Neville, director of '"
the Center, pinpointed the pur- "
: Y ...
pose of the talks: "to get conversant i,.
S with currents of political ..-
thought in America today. .
"What A Southern Conserve- -
:! 4 live Thinks" was the kick off 1
subject; based on an article by
James J. Kilpatrick in the Sat- .

urday Review. ..
:4 "The term 'Southern Conser-
S? ative' is a misnomer said
: Dr. Rosenbaum. "It implies a
monolithic unanimity."But .
: in actuality the South
presents an amalgam of differ-
tj1j1 ent issues and outlooksand .
the conservative in Birmingham -
: does not share the Identical -
view of the conservative in

: liami."
Resentment toward urbanization -
LgeH.fctr x+P"a'r. y n
j k. toward mass media
I loss of variety, loss of privacy,
have caused a nostalgia for
ft. .
, w sY !o "the good old days" when life
.. ,
"-'f/T ., ,
"" calm and the individualhad
'), was
'+'if #: ; _
vV : a unique place. Some of
'I ,jtt .i iJ: ,. t 1 if; gj1 ,' ,?:.y.LS..,. :; j this longing has been translated -
'- $..., 't 7i.. tll into political views.
I "Sen. Barry Goldwater's political -
( rhetoric reflects this feel.
ll .' ing. He is tapping latent frustrations -
-; ," said Dr. Rosenbaum."The .
j Goldwater boom is not
.... so much a response as a reac-
I ,. ;..;-' ,. tion."
; '. > Racial problems will be the
to.,. .
'" ii salient issue in the southern
'"""- ; .
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"Now six weeks before the i
: ; election I predict that Florida
( OVER MODELS DISPLAYED will go for Goldwater, rather
1k :
I : : : :; baum.heavily" said Prof. Rosen-

E Next talk will

t f',: ,:; : '. "t -' AT YOUR McDUFF STORES!' The be Ralph based So McGill Wednesday's uthern on an The article Case Progressive For by--

,! j > ," which appeared in the
(t tIII r Saturday Review for June 13.
'! Reprints can be obtained at the
Presbyterian University Cen-

amous Brands Asjii" RCA VICTOR GENERAL ELECTRIC PHIL CO ter"We to be want read to in hear advance.all sides '

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'\ Remington DECCA Elgin SONY and many, many others! for them," the professor said. I Ii

Hand Tool i i

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He stressed that the port**,_
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Oi.afntsuillt inn OF ', i .
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r a. TIiFSOUTH : : Ar' PrayersFor e,

JOHN R. HARRISON President eat I PoliticsGOP
lit ftMrtterj PAT COWLES Vice fmt-
t N dente Ed ",JOHNSON Vice President -
f Florida's. Beautiful and Executive Edrterf W. G. (MI) II I By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
EBERSOLE. Vice President end *. vIiOLTh41ATE
: .' TJttiversity City vtrtismi Dirtctorj BOB TARTAGUONE II PmUticr By RALPH Frtae Winning McGILL FiMisbcrOf The Reverend William Sloane Coffin, Jr., chaplain of the
Vice President end Circulation Manager. tee AtlMU. CCA.) ceuUt.a
University, is best described, I suppose, as Yale University'sMilton

': THE SUN'S POLICY Galamison, the two gentlemen having in common a st

.;. 1. Report the news fully and In MrtUlIy in the news columns. GoldwaterAnd dedication to the proposition that no act of intolerance or

*'.." 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. ,. % narrow-mindedness is inexcusable or uncharitable if it has
'I 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues.The x .' r / 1w'EAPON to do with promoting revolutionary activity in behalf of in-

1 Suns telephones: All' Departments-372-8441 0' ? stant integration.Dr. .
HisFollowers wh -
t b
If Want Ads--376-4672 .e; .;14I : t Coffin's message has during the last period taken on
f a highly partisan formulation, namely, Hate Goldwater. He
:J 1 .1. 1 1I doesn't put it quite that way. As a resourceful divine, he
I A Deserved Accolade has unearthed a Christian formulation: Pray for his defeat.
Well, why shouldn't a Yale divine pray for the defeat of
I Goldwater? No earthly reason at all; but there is, I believe,
t% Women, by constitutional amend- The Gainesville unit of the LWVis As Senator Goldwater con a reason why prayer mongering against Goldwater ought

ment, have had the franchise for 44 one of more than 1,100 similar tinues to expose himself to not to be chargeable to the public treasury.

,years. What they have done during organizations that are proving their public scrutiny and as his of-
THE LEAD STORY in the opening day issue of the "Yale
ten confused and irrelevant
.those to inform themselves to worth in dispelling public confusionby
years Daily News" reverently the Reverend's
divulges summer ac
: of issues involved focusing attention on facts and arguments are heard and
demonstrate their grasp tivities. "William "
Sloane Coffin Jr. the "Yale'spartisan
read, the senator increasingly story says,
f in government at both na- emphasizing community progress instead creates concern. prophet, for the past five weeks has been urging

tional and local levels deserves the of political partisanship. Theyare The quality of the Senator's university 'audiences across India to pray every night, to
I highest accolade.By setting an example of responsible convention campaign and that whomever they pray to" (Dr. Coffin would never be guilty of ,
citizenship. which has followed has moved suggesting to a Hindu audience that God might be so intol-
erant as to be a Christian) "that Barry Goldwater will not t
the Atlantic
and large, there is too much even Monthly ed- be elected."
at election There are many worthy study itorially to urge the electionof "
"lining up" (particularly President Johnson. The At- "Just returned, the story
time) according to party lines or groups of a cultural or civic nature lantic has made such recom- OUTLOOK continues, "from a State De-

4 ,political factions without regard to that serve the interests of the com- mendations perhaps twice in partment-sponsored speakingtour

,issues at stake, the merit of candi- munity. But the League is more thana a century. The Atlantic said, he said Goldwater-phobia

dates, the weight of argument, or the study group. It is an action groupas in part: Pro's eclipsed even indignation over
are Gloomy the U.S. race issue among his ,
elec- well. Facts come first but facts
dictates of reason. Only as the audiences. Accompanied by -
"THE METHODS and strat-
I torate becomes an informed elec- sooner or later lead to action. egy by which a politician ris- his wife, Dr. Coffin was in

torate and uses its power at the polls es to power are an index of By RICHARD WILSONChief began travelling around the ical realism 'when Goldwater India at the invitation of U.S.
intelligently can democracy be made The Gainesville community is at a his character. In his drive for Cowles Washington country but this ,thing could rose toward the nomina- Ambassador Chester Bowler
safe for America. crucial stage in its development, and the nomination, and ever BureauWASHINGTON build up into the damndest tion. who asked him to tour tie university -
every manifestation of public inter- since, Senator Goldwater has A Repub- debacle you ever saw. A lot circuit as something of

,The Gainesville unit of the League est in public problems is to be com- accepted the proposition thata lican field worker an old of good men are going down MANY POLITICIANS unrest.an expert on American five racial
weeks of
ruthless minority taking time tells this disheartening the drain.. You take d- G old Through
pro, so-a r' thought w at er, even
is "off and run- mended. We have no doubt that the three four
Voters discussions
of Women or each
over first the Republican Party (his word) story: "Ev so in such-and-such a state, though he lost, would bring
Iii ning" in another year of active interest is there-but human nature and then the nation shall erywhere I go the story is he can weather it, but there into Congress 20 or 30 conser- day, the Yale chaplain hit on
t II study and service in the area of civic being what it is, it needs constant break with the past as i t the same, Johnson 65 or 70 are a lot of new men'in Con- vative Republicans who would three themes: race, the Uni-
i affairs, looking toward possible solutions prodding. chooses. His proposal to let per cent and Goldwater 30 or gress who can't 'survive sucha diminish the Democratic two- versity and and the social" order1
)' that face the community. field commanders have their 35 per cent; it isn't anti-Re- storm. thirds majority and apply the Barry Goldwater.
: ,1 "Know Chartered in 1947 the Gainesvilleunit choice ,of the smaller nuclear publican, it's just anti-Gold- "The new set '- up at the brakes to the welfare state. Now just conceivably the Su-: ,
Their annual publication, preme Court might rule thatif
; weapons would rupture a fun- water. National Committee has antagonized -. But the fear today is that
Your Community," indicates the basic of the LWV is still a young or- has exist- an agent of the State Department
damental belief that of the
"The local people tell me a lot of people. some congressmenwho
I belief that knowledge should precede ganization, but it Is acquitting itself ed from Abraham Lincoln to they can't believe their own They are carrying out the came to the House or that is what DrI: rj
judgment. well. today: the belief that in timesof figures. They've never seen spirit of San Francisco; if Senate in 1960 against the Coffin was during the period r'
when his
i J crisis the civilian authority anything like it. Even in the you weren't for Barry two Kennedy trend will be lost in salary and expenses
must have control over the rural areas it runs 64 per years ago you are nothing. a Johnson landslide. Those were being paid by the U.s.
DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS military. His threat to walk cent Johnson, 32 per cent I heard that the National., 20 to 25 congressmen who Government merely asks .
out of the United Nations if Goldwater. Committee has already com- came in with Kennedy and for prayers in behalf of one 1

Iii. he does not approve of its "You can talk all you wantto mitted a' couple of million, were against his philosophywere political candidate, he is not
action is a repudiation o f about the newspapers go- and has scheduled nearly the main restraint on taking an efficacious role in a
The South Meets BarryBY what the best brains, Repub- ing against Goldwater, or the 5 million on radio -, TV- the Kennedy program. If political campaign, inasmuch
i have time and aren't to be replacedin as sophisticated people are
lican and Democrat, pollsters having been wrong they get- they are now I
I helped to contribute to that hi the past But our figures ting the money in to pay for part by Johnsonian liber- supposed to know that prayersin
BY WALTER LIPPMANN by Thurmond. This was to be gibberish, since there cannotbe peace keeping institu ti o n. show the same thing, that it. als the way will be much behalf of one political cant
'II': ''Last week Sen. Barry Gold- so boldly and extravagantly an "average" if no one is Quick-flash utterances such as same old 70-30( situation. harder for the Republican didate, he is not taking an
water went campaigning in reactionary on other issues below it.What. these may appeal to malcon- "You ask people what is "IF THEY: END up with a leadership. effective role in a political '

,"i the South. His purpose, it ap- that there could be no doubt Senator Goldwaterwas tents, but not to 'statesmenand the biggest issue and 60 percent ,,' deficit of several million, is has been rare that the campaign ".
t,'( a pears, was not so much to that he was wholly free of trying to talk about is thinkers.' of them say civil rights. then who is going take< old-time professionals of the I
1 win this election, but to inaugurate the taint of any of that progressivism the fact that the administration "A President is trusted to But it isn't a personal mat- over the Republican Party GOP have been so pessimistic BUT THEN the laws of this t
J the so-called south- which is the tradition regards as "poor" a non- make decisions, the most ter with them as it might be and pay off that deficit? Who as they are today. May- country are old-fashioned, and {,
em strategy in order to- lay of the West. farm family of four which has momentous decisions in our some places in the South. will want it? be they are exaggerat i n g. one supposes that to go I%
the,foundations for a radically an annual income of less than lives. In making up his mind "I don't find people who Maybe th,..i don't understandthe abroad and pray publicly for '
-new Republican Party. THIS WAS, I believe, why $3000. This figure is not an he must reckon with those "CANDIDATE for Con- "new thought" in the the defeat of Goldwater, if
This was made plain by the'exuberant he chose Florida, where there "average." who disagree with him. We gress are shying away from are hot for Johnson. 'they'repretty Goldwater Party and are sim- done at the expense of the U.S. "
J welcome he extended are so many elderly people, It is an amount of money think it unfortunate that Bar- their leader. In the past, even critical of the'way he's ply has-beens who will be ex- Treasury, might be construedas
:"'f, to Sen. Strom Thurmond to attack Medicare, why he which permits a family of four ry Goldwater takes criticismas with the fellow some of them built up a fortune.: ,But Bar- posed on election day as men the equivalent of going i;-1
i who has now joined the Republican chose in Tennessee to renew to spend about 70 cents a day a personal affront; we called Tricky Dick, they ry just scares them to death. of little faith. abroad and urging the defeatof i
,J': Party. This new Republican his proposal to sell the TVA per person for food, to spend think it poisonous when his wanted the presidential 'can- It's the difference between Goldwater in secular terms. t 1
I, Party, which was and why he went to West $800 a year for housing, which anger betrays him into de- didate in their district. But Johnson and a guy they BUT, IF SO, they think Granted the Indians don't f;
f born in San Francisco, is to Virginia to attack the poor. covers rent or mortgage pay- nouncing what he calls the nobody wants Barry. A local think will blow them up." there will have to be a com- vote in American elections.i
be built upon a Goldwater- Some have wondered ments, utilities and heat. Aft- 'radical press by bracketingthe candidate has a hard time. Put this all down to the plete reversal of political But will everyone take it for 1 :
,I Thurmond alliance; it is to be whether these are symptomsof er food and housing, there is New York Times, the If he even intimates that Bar- mid campaign discouragement conditions by election day, granted that their prayers will j
I a white, man's party and not a "suicide complex." I left in this budget $1200-or Washington Post, and Izves- ry made a mistake, he's a of an old'! professional and it is hard for them to go unheard? Everyone, one \\i
11 conservative at all but radi- think they are the result of a $25 a week for the whole fam- tia. There speaks not the rea- card carrying Communist, politician who's tired of los- imagine any events, any supposes, who meditates on M
I i cally reactionary. dicision to make over the Re- ily to pay for clothing, trans- son of the Southwest but the and people who would ordinarily ing, discount it by 'half' and speeches, any television ap- the fact that all their Amer
publican Party in the imageof portation, school,supplies and voice of Joseph McCarthy. We contribute to his campaign still. its a bleak picture for pearances that will materially ica-oriented prayers have got
THE FORMATION of the Barry Goldwater and books, home furnishings and do not impugn Senator Gold- make it hard for him. the Republican Party, not alter the situation.) for them over the years is
\ Goldwater-Thurmond alliance Strom Thurmond. supplies, medical care, per- water's honesty. We sincerely "Johnson is right about merely in the presidentialrace Their main hope is that Kenneth Galbraith and Ches-
explains what is otherwise Here again, as in his demands sonal care, recreation, insur- distrust his factionalism and the front lash. These surveys but in the outlook for a voters will make a distinc- ter Bowles. Some of us
inexplicable about Sena for a weaker govern- ance and everything else. for subservient rubber will perhaps pray, to whomever -
madly his capacity judgment. we make show 20 21 stamp ,tion between ,the head of the
tor Goldwater's campaign ment, but stronger policies, Senator Goldwater sneeredat per cent of ,the Republican's Congress. This is increasingly ticket and Republicans they : we pray to, that the rel-
speeches during the past week. we see that the senator is this budget as luxurious. THE LINE-UP of extreme breaking away from Barry the big question in the evant committee- Congresswill
There was to begin with his enclosed, as in an evelope, in And he went on to declare, organizational support for the and maybe five per cent of 1964 presidential campaign.Can elected two, four and six call in the State Depart.
almost total'silence about the his private dream world. One emphasizing his words by un- Senator is relevant to the the Democrats b rea king voters make 'the distinc- years ago. This, the old pros uncut and ask the relevant officials
civil rights act, though opposition of his persistent fantasies is derlining them in the text, growing concern. The veteran away from Barry and may- tion between congressm' say, is the least that John- whence they receivedthe
to it ,is by -all, odds the that, since the poor are a that "a society in which no ant i-Semitic Gerald L. K. be five per cent of the Democrats who have ,served them well son voting Republicans i authority to send over to
main reason for his strength minority, a great political re- one is permitted to fall below Smith, one-time member of breaking away from, and the head of the national could do in trying to pre- India a Democratic hawker
I in the South. sult can be had by arousingthe the average (sic) is one in Huey Long's set in Louisiana, Johnson on the race issue. ,ticket? This is the reverse of- serve the structure of the out on official business? Did ,
There was no need for him rich against the poor. We which no one can be permitted has come to the fore as an "I didn't believe it until r what was thought: to be p 1it- Republican Party. they get that authority from
to mention civil rights or to all know of the demagoguesand to rise above it." exhorter for Senator Goldwater. whatever God they pray to?

take notice of the existence of agitators who arouse the Gerald L. K. Smith was -- -- -- I THE ESSAY on "How Dr.
a I a I r g e Negro populationwhen poor against the rich. But in THIS SENTENCE must be an "exhorter" for Hue y's : i:I I Coffin spent his Summer Va-
he could consort publicly Barry Goldwater we have a ,described as total nonsense.In Share the Wealth Organization. I TiEii l cation" was not enough for a
with Senator Thurmond. demagogue who dreams o f his confusion he seems to He was chosen to preach I Voice People single issue of the "Yale Daily -
Senator Thurmond is the most arousing the rich against the think that the $3000 budget is Huey's funeral. He then madean News." Another dispatch
extreme,segregationist and poor. the "average" and that Pres- effort to assume directionof carried an injunction by President -
the most,'extreme reactionaryin For the proof of this we ident Lyndon Johnson is plot- the Long machine. Kingman Brewster of
the United States Senate. must look to his speech in ting to prevent anyone from ,Herman,Deutsch (author of sOn The Sun's .Opinion Page== Yale to matriculating fresh-
Seihtitor'Goldwater may now Charleston,W. Va., on Friday, earning more than $3000 Or "The Huey Long Murder men, in which be initiated
go on trying to confuse the Sept. l-omitting the wild ad what, in the name of sanity, Case") recalls'that S m i t h Opinions end comments .f Sun readers art wikemt in the Vote of the People column. UHm them quickly into the mod-
about lib remarks does he mean? must bo signed and boor the writers address. Names will bo withheld if requested. A Utter should
talking which were reported ern meaning of academic free-
Northerners by him and other reporterst
told .
not exceed 500 words end Mast bo written on only one sid. of th. .per. Poetry c..ROt' used. The
desegregating the Arizona Na- in the newspapers and The more closely one exam- bat the Long organizationwould Sun reserves the right to reject any letter, onto shorten it, without changing the,wrif.,'. meaning ... dom.
tional Guard and the airport using only the official text ines the actual tests of the move forward with intent. "Take the measure of your

dining ,room in Phoenix But given out by the Republican Goldwater speeches, the more even greater strides as soon now out of date 'ind dangerous. 'None Dare' misgivings and mine," said
for all Southerners, black or National Committee. This apparent is the divorce be- as it rid itself of the Jews in New DiplomacyNot History can't furnish the Mr. Brewster, "about_ some 1 J
white, his embrace of Strom speech was an attack on the tween what he thinks and it Smith has made a careerof answer to a unique problem. of those who would purport to :
Thurmond places him square- administration's "War on po says and what actually existsin anti-Semitism in his speeches in HistoryEDITOR Nuclear weapons have been Finest Book be qualified to lead the
ly with 'the extreme racists. verty." the real world. His feet are Chris- world's most favored nation.It .
and publications. Sun In the devised and are now in ourenemy's
I Since there was nothing fur- not on the ground. His head tians will wince at his reason- coming Presidential elections, hands as well a3 our EDITOR, Sun: To the "lit is the hope of our country
ther11 be said on the race THE SENATOR said that is _in some kind of private ing in supporting the Senator. foreign policy is supposed to own. The whole idea of "gun tle man" who wrote the edi- that educated men win not
Issue Senator Goldwater'de- the Kennedy-Johnson objectiveis cloud. It is truly alarming to be issue most boat diplomacy" became ob- torial In the Ft Myers News- permit oversimplification: 10
I voted himself to the one thing that "no one is to be permitted think that the fate of this HE FIRST forgives Senator a concedes.major The, big every- ,solete overnight though it Press, which you reprinted be mistaken for clarity; that
t aWl needed to clinch the kind to fall below the aver- country and of the world could Goldwater his paternal Jew- one, of course, is South question Viet had existed for centuries. entitled "None Dare Call It they will not let recklessness
of, southern vote represented age." This is obviously sheer be in his hands. ish ancestry because the Senator Nam. When, crisis appears'cow, Tripe": I assume this was masquerade as courage." f
I reared himself meant to be 'a blaspheme i c Dried out, that means: Vdle
has since President Johnson is criti- like Viet Nam, 'our country, :
and family as-Christians.. cized for his actions in this and administrations, are fac- book report of this die book for LBJ. Mr. Brewster Is a.
,1 POTOltJ.1'EYfi R Smith,' after strong denuncia- crisis torn country where one ed withf the problem of ,executing entitled "None" Pare Stonner.Call It genial and intelligent human
tions of President Eisenhowerand of the most unconventional a "safe" war with; a Treason, by John being, and once in bygone-
: By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau Richard M. Nixon, finds "conventional" wars is being foreign policy:that has'to be" This book is the finest ever years I bad dinner at Yale

The Reds claim the Gulf of Tonkin incident was just politics. Sure: President reason to support Sen a' tor fought. Why is the going slow and carefuL written 'exposing the graft with him and Senator Goldwa*<.
Johnson said ."Let's get us some votes out of Viet Nam," and McNamara Goldwater because the Sena- rough? Why are we losing ''Count the ''yeacs since the and communism in our government ter who was equally impressed
thought he said, "boats.", tor was so loyal to the late ''ground? Can history' famish development of nuclear-,wea- schools, churches, by Mr. firewater's hospital
Senator Joseph McCarthy.The the answer? pons. Not much time to develop courts and United Nations fly, so much so that the Sen
:White House visitors report the President keeps three TV sets running in various Klan groups Just 25 years ago, if a situ- a new foreign policy.. and showing how little by lit- ator permitted himself a reck
kisbedroom' each on a different channel. No wonder he hates the idea of goIng and Birch Society type organ- ation like this arose the There are those that are inept tle we American people are less oversimplification by
backto the ranch. izations find in the Senator a United States could,send in in foreign affairs who being taken down the road to writing to an official of Yale
response to their own emo- their armed forces and :fight still._advocate "gunboat ,dip- communism.This University that he saw a*
,Arthur Larson, author of "A Republican Looks at His Party," (switches to tions. It Is .impossible to ignore all-out to drive Out the adversaries :lomacy." These 'people are ."little man" was right tendency at Yale, during 'his
support, Johnson These authors-anything for fresh material. .this ,and its meaning. ,in a freedom, joy-' .complacent with the past and two accounts: (1) stay there, towards dogmatic
._ _< Their support is but another ing country. unwilling to face the harsh only on Liberalism.
book is in voeue-to,the
'Democrats ask why Goldwater never complained about Bobby Baker while he, reason why an increasing There was no risk of ,nuclear future.? of three million copies Evideatly Mr. Bretrsier, ap.
wasXSecretary of the Senate. Shucks, who would want to criticize a young number of persons are not as war_or economic repris. This'philosophy holds a futare tune. and (2) He is also," so palled by Senator Gol4w&tq's.opacity
manjwho's; ,going to make lots of votes for you? frightened and concerned by aL This kind of ,action;:is for this country like the sold, DARE Call It during his stay at
Barry Goldwater bimself'as what is popularly termed future of relics of the past: right: None Yale, considers him eo Ipso,

se .':Pastore says, extremism is the next to the last stop on the road to fa- by those persons who fail to "gunboat diplomacy." It deterioration., Tripe.MRS. unfit to be President of the
naticism. And.it's a_free ride so almost everybody goes to the end-of the line. be frightened by him. worked fine back then out is STEPHEN W MCGUIRE CHARLES BOWERS United State

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Sunday, Rev. W. M. Ferguson, NOTICE Hand, Brooker; sisters, Mrs..
pastor. News gathered by Editor Gertrude Houston, city; Mrs.
II r News Special Interest I Mt Carmel Baptist Both Bea Chid will lot appear M Ada Hobbs Monteocha; Mrs.
Choirs Nos.) 1 and 2 will re- the Sa editorial page Su Juland Campbell, B roo ker;
hearse today, 8 p.m. Sunday day. T* provide mm ipace, Mrs. Alberta Robinson, ,Lake-
I To the Colored School promotional services, if needed and access to all land; and Mrs. Mattie Will
CommunityNews 9:30 a.m.; morning worship, 11 editorial pace articles, lews iams, Ft Lauderdale;"'and a
a.m.; Baptist Training Union of particular interest 'to the, brother I s h a m McGinnis
item for this page H9rM I"? !II"**' ltttd to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs.: promotional services, 5:30 p. colored eoraranity will appear Ohio. B B HB
528, NW 8th St. by mail or by phone at FR I-J7S3. Do not seed news directly to the Gainesville i m.; and evening worship, 7 on Page 2 of the Santa Duncan Brothers morticians,
(I Sun office. I I II p.m. There will be mid week Fe River Sawanaee River are in charge. ARDRIVEIN
I i Meditation Services Tuesday,i News section fa toe Sa this

I. r MEN'S DAY NOTICE The public is invited. There is 7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Wed- Sunday and each Sunday MRS. BLONESE McCRAY
On Sunday, Sept. 27, New The City wide Missionary no admission fee, but a freewill ; nesday. 7:30: p.m., and also the thereafter until farther notice.Qb.ituarit Funeral services ,for Mrs. tw11MIT MAees
Hope Methodist Church in Haw- Band will meet at the Bell's offering-will be accepted.Rev. Choir will have its rehearsal, Bkoese McCray of 1528 N. E.
thorne is celebrating its annual Nursery School Monday at 4:30'p.m. W. H. Walker, pastor; 8 t p.m.; Teachers' meeting 8th Ave., win be held at the t I 1 r1 r.. +
Men's Day. Special activities Mrs. Lillie Mae Warren, sponsor Thursday, 7 p.m.; and also Spring HiD Baptist Church Sat-
have been planned for the day. The book is now open for new ; Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter. business meeting, 8 p. m.; urday at 3:30 pjn. with Rev.T. .
Church School at 11 a.m. with members. Teachers' meeting Thursday, D. Davis officiating.Her SHOPPING
Chester Shell as guest superintendent I GROVE PARKS NEWS 7 p.m.; and also business SAM CLIFTON immediate survivors include OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
and Rufus Fuce, BANQUET SET United ,Choirs' Union meeting, 8 pjn.; choirs rehear- Funeral services for Sam her ,daughter Mrs. Viola
George White, Willard Camp- There will be a banquet inthe The United Choirs Union will sal Friday, 8 pjn. Rev. T. A. Clifton,of Rutledge Settlement, Kearney, Ocala; sister, Mrs. Le- HEW LOW PRICES
bell, and James Thomas as dining room of the Shady convene at the St.. Peter Baptist Wright, pastor Mrs. Esther W. will be held at the First Morning ola Laura, BunneH; brothers -
guest teachers. Morning service Grove Primitive Baptist Church Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Hamm, reporter. Star Baptist Church Saturday James Young,SL Augustine PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
r. t 1 begins promptly at 11 a.m. Saturday at 8 p.m. on behalf of There are. six choirs in the un- Spring Hill Baptist Sunday at 2:30 p.m. with Rev, A. ; and Robert Earl Ushrey, GAINESVILLE STORES

with John Dukes Jr. as guest the Men's Day Program.The Ion.The School, 9:45 a.m.; morn- Cromwell officiating. Inter- Brooklyn, N. Y. 'I 1234 NW 16th A.... 1023 SE 4th Avt.
speaker. Dukes is a graduateof Men's Day program at public: is invited. Mrs. ing worship, 11 ajn.; Baptist ment will follow in.the Rut- Relatives are asked to meet 3725 W. U.iv. A.e. 3809 E. Univ. Ave.
i t Florida A & M University the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Melvine ,Holmes, secretary; Training Union, 5:30'p.m..; ledge Cemetery.His at the home of Mrs. Mary 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW Pith Blvd.
j with BJS. and M.S. degrees. Her Church will come to a close Mark Ivey Brown, president; and evening worship, 6:15 p.m. immediate survivors include BeD Anthony, of 542 S. W. 7th 4105 NW 13th St.
I Sept. 27.PLANS. Rev. Addison pastor; Mrs. Doris Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; Mrs.. his sister, Mrs. Hattie Place at 2:45 pjn. to form the ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. & 441
is presently employed by the Reed, reporter. Barbara H. Bryant, reporter. Simmons, Rutledge; and brother procession to the church. HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW &Main
Alachua County Board of Pub- WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
PROGRAMThe Johnson Chapel Baptist Rafus Clifton, Rutledge. Duncan Brothers, morticians,
lic Instruction as a mathematics Undenominational Choirs' SPECIAL NOTICE Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.;; and Relatives are asked to meetat are in charge.
teacher at Lincoln High Union win present its program, There will be a 'contest be. Baptist Training Union, 6 pjn. the home of Mrs. Hattie Sim- ALL BRANDS King Size _
School. entitled "Choirs in Parade" at tween Choirs ,Nos. 1 and 2 of Choir No. 1 will have its re- mons at 1:45 p.m. Filters RegularsCIGARETTES
Lunch will be served imme- the New Salem Baptist Church,Pleasant Plain Methodist on hearsal Thursday, 8 p.m. Rev. Duncan Brothers, morticians,
diately following morning servIce at Arrendonda, Monday at 8 Sunday at 3 pjn. W. J.' Taylor, pastor; Mrs. H. are in charge. -
in the dining hall. The p.m. The public is Invited. The public is invited. Rev. Jones, reporter. ,
Interdenominational Fellowship G. S. Cameron, pastor; Mrs. Hopewell Baptist Sunday ELZIE MCGINNIS
will be in charge 'of SPECIAL NOTICE Willa Mae Hughes, reporter. School, 10 ajn.; morning Funeral services for Elzie
the service at 3 p.m. New Hope ''The Community Recreation worship, 11 ajn.; and. evening McGinnis, a pioneer citizen of Carmaitlla's
Methodist Church of Citra, pas Center is reopening its regular LAKE BUTLER NEWS Rev. W. J. Brooker
worship, 6:30: pm. will be held at the I Ass't. Cold Cuts
tor. Rev. Dell, will render the Saturday night Teenage Dances NOTICE Taylor, pastor; Mrs.. Agnes Greater Bell Methodist Churchat and Cheese Cut Carton $269 I
7 pjn. service. being sponsored by the Teenage There will be a trip around Gordon reporter. Brooker on Sunday at 2 I to Order. Also a ,
Everyone is cordially invited Social Club. the world on Saturday night on Church School 10 am. and p.m. with Rev. Anderson offi- Variety To of Go.Salads
4' to spend the entire, day withus. All Senior High School students -behalf of the Hopewell A. M. Morning Worship 11 a.m. The ciating. Interment ''will follow
Edward L. Jennings, chair. desiring membership of E. Church here. Holiness' Church and ministerwill in the Rhuda Branch Ceme- r\\
man Rev. Robert James, pas this club asked to place s
; are The tickets are: adults 50 be guests of Zion Templeat tery.His
tor. their applications at the Ccner's children 30
cents; cents. 11 o'clock services and their immediate survivors include GOLDEN RIPE
office during daily opening pastor will deliver the sermon his children, Ardell Mc-
I WOMEN OBSERVE DAY hours up to 9 p.m. PLANS PROGRAM- Rev. W. L. Souder, pastor. Ginnis, LaCrosse; Mrs. Emma -
Women's Day will be observed Teenagers are asked to at. The Progressive Choirs' Un- BANANAS
at St. Paul C. M. E. Church, tend the meeting at the Centeron ion will present a program at .f:
): Saturday Sept. 26, at 3 .m. SPECIAL NOTICE
Sunday. Beginning with Sunday p the Spring Hill Baptist Church II
School at 9:45 with Mrs. J. A. for purposes of discussing policies Sunday at 3 p.m. Mrs. Quincy There will be a fish fry at Thank youGainesville :
and functions of the club. the Hopewell Baptist Church .o
Dell as guest superintendent, Marks, reporter; Levi Griffin, '
Mr;. E. Carter, guest secretary Parents are invited to attend.' president. Saturday, Sept. 26, at 7:30: p.m lOc LB.
class teachers: Mrs. Ella Dan-I Further information may be I Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor;
iels Mrs. I. 0. Jones, Miss L. obtained by calling 372-3802 or CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Mrs. Agnes Gordon, reporter. ,
372-9217, or just drop by for an .
Pleasant Methodist
Allen, Miss Gladys Hayes and I You've been wonderful duringour
others. Mrs. L. E. Weis, will be evening of recreation and in. First Quarterly Conference NAACP MEETING i i big moving sale which FULL HALF QUART '
)I guest reviewer. quire. Harold Acosta, supervisor -will be held today at 7:30 p.m. The NAACP meeting has''I ends Saturday September 26.
Morning worship will begin of recreation. Officers will present their writ- been set for Wednesday at 8 We invite you for a final day TOPPCOLA
f at 11 'ajn. with Mrs Effie ten reports. The District Superintendent p.m. on the ground floor of the I of super bargains. Do your
Wright as acting pastor. Mrs. Female Protective Socie- will preach next Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. I J Christmas shopping now.
of Ocala will be the
I Ollee Gary ty No. 1 will hold its regular
speaker. Many other outstand After Monday September 28, we will beat
meeting Sunday at 4 p.m. at Immediate
will in our location 21 SW 10th Street.
ing persons participate the Greater Ft. Clark B a ptistChurch's fjj.4,4I new ,
1I the through the day.
program Delivery
dining room. onNOW We hove offer for Next week
a special you. we
All friends and visitors are in
The dues and endowments are will take orders the discountswe
vited. Rev. B. F. Weary, pas to be paid because this will be your at same big BOTTLE
have featured during our sale. 6
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ALACHUA tor. NEWSAssociation convention the last meeting convenes.before the I ON SALE I Call or Come In PLUS DEPOSIT CARTON


The Jerusalem Baptist Association Floral Court Lodge amUshers'
will convene at the St. Board of Lodge No. 113: GAINESVILLE S EXCLUSIVE DEALER Gainesville Design Center BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
Matthew Baptist Church here will meet jointly Sept. 30 at a I 1703 N. MAIN ST. PH. 376-4438
Sept. 30-Oct. 4. p.m. at the home of Mrs. Car

rie Pyles, of 403 S. W. 7th.Ave-

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following, "You Can Feel God's Singers to Appear I, ,, -._,.,._ ;tI .; t. .. "T I !
Holy Power" "I Stand Looking The Southland Singers will I, f' ", .. f:
To Heaven" and other rend .!. .P BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
f render a program at the Bethel .J: .,+
tions. A.M.E. Church Sunday at 8 I ..
1( Thomas Rollins, president; p.m.i : ;;j4. .
George L. Mitchell, pianist and. pil. .
director; C. Crawford and' 3.. a.A _" "

I George Miller, booking agents; ,i
1 Lee Hunt, announcer. i Joni'sStudio '.:t r wI FULL

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meeting Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at ADULTS PLUS DEPOSIT
the hall which will be the last d
meeting before the convent i Ion CONDITIONINGCLASS ..;.. ; ii ? : : : .1 :1
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president: Mrs. L. V. Wood-I Beginners Ballet .;! N' 0
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f I Bridal Courtesies Calendar ,

J4UJOfflEfl; 0 anDiH. : f fffl1L Y. TODAY, September 25 \maiaymjxmmsmmaaam\

University of, Florida Engineering -
Fete Miss Edwards ,Wives Club Receptions y
t 8 to 10 p.m., Faculty
Nuptials[ Solemnized Club, West Newberry Road. IIN1T
I. Honoring Miss Martha Jane I This evening 'Mr. and Mrs. SATURDAY, September 21 '
Edwards of Irvine, brideelect Harry Maxwell Davis of Val- Open house for UF Educa .
, LACROSSE Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Dick Surrency, solo ber> of' Satellite Beach was of Harry Douglas Davis of Val- dosta, will entertain with the tion ,Wives Club, 10 to 110

'Herbert Silber, who have estab- ist.Given bridesmaid.The dosta, Ga., the bridesmaids rehearsal dinner honoring, Miss ajn., Mrs. J. B., White and I I IllJj Kl t e ii
dished their home at Cocoa in marriage by her father attendants wore floor- luncheon, was given today by Edwards and their son. The Mrs. J. B. Hodges, hostesses, un II
Beach, were married on September the bride wore a floor length gowns of emerald green Mrs. C. N. Millican of, Tampa, dinner is listed at The Brahmain University Women's Clubhouse 'ii NIN d.+T k.NRRtTe._
.a 20 at Antioch Baptist length gown of peau de sole peau de soie, matching headpieces who entertained at the Gaines- Ocala. West Newberry Road.
Church, LaCrosse. Rev. Hilton featuring a chapel train adorned and carried bouquets of ville Golf and Country Club. Tuesday morning, Mrs. Ed- Retired Teachers Associa-
Olive officiated for the cere- with appliques of Alencon bronze chrysanthemums a nd The wedding of Miss Ed- wards and her daughter entertained tion of Alachua County, Coffee 1 i
mony. lace. Her veil. of illusion fell gold drapes. wards, daughter of Senator and with a coffee at their honoring new retirees, 9:30
The bride, formerly Miss from a tiara of seed pearls. Father Best Man Mrs. L. K. Edwards Jr. of Irvine -home in Irvine so that friends a.m., Mrs. Joseph Leps, 2210 DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGOPEN
Linda Register, is the daughter]She carried an orchid and a Jack Silber, served as best and Mr. Douglas, son of might see the wedding gifts. NW First Avenue. John Paul 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
: of Mr. and Mrs. Orel A. Register Bible. man for his son. Ushers were Vlr. and Mrs. Harry Maxwell White Fuji chrysanthemumsand Jones, guest speaker. '
; of LaCrosse.The Miss Patsy Moody of Gaines- David Hollingsworth, High Davis of Valdosta, Ga., will eucalyptus leaves were ,UF Business Administration ,HEW LOW PRICES
bridegroom is the son of ville was maid of honor. Brides Springs; 0. A. ,Register Jr., take place Saturday at 8:30 combined to decorate the coffee Dames Rummage Sale, 6:30
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silber ofISatellite matrons ,were Mrs. M. F. Alachua; Donald Alexa n d er, pm. in the First Baptist table. a.m., Strickland' Motors Lot, PRICES. GOOD IN ALL OUR
t I Beach and High Swartz, Cocoa; Mrs..C. F. Parker Gainesville and Ronnie Clem- Church of Ocala. Coke Party Given 216 SW Second Avenue. GAINESVILLE STORES

J. Springs. Green Cove Springs, and mons, High Springs.The The nuptials will be followedby Among the pre-nuptial events Gladiolus Garden Circle, 1234 NW 16th Avc. 1023 SE 4th Avc.
Nuptial music was presented Mrs. 0. A. Register Jr., of Ala- bride's mother chose a a reception given by the ,I Rummage Sale, 7 a.m., Atlan- 3725 W. UniY. Art. 3809 E. Univ. Avc.
J by Mrs. J. E. Vaughn, organist, chua, and Miss Celia Ann Sil- beige. lace dress, brown accessories -bride's parents at the Skyline honoring Miss Edwards was a tic Coast Line Lot. 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 15th Blvd..
and ,Room at Silver Springs. I Coke party given recently by 4105 NW 13th St.
r an orchid corsage for Centering the luncheon table Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry and Mrs. ALACHUA: Corner lit St. & 441
her, daughter's wedding. Thebridegroom's 'was a bridesmaids cake. White Percy Beard at the f o rmer's CoffeeTo HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Avc. NW &Main
mother wore a WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Avc.
satin ribbons extended from the home.
beige brocade dress, white aCcessories cake to Honor
sugar slippers marking Hurricane lilies were usedin
and a-orchid corsage. each guest's place. the hall and yellow roses dec- Dean's Wife ALL BRANDS King Size -
Airs. E. J. Chamblin, Mrs.H. Guests included the bridal orated the living room. Filters RegularsCIGARETTES
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Members of the Education
:;. L. .Moody, ,Mrs. F. R. May. attendants, Mrs. L. K. Edwards UF -
Roses in shades of pink and Wives Club will entertain
J, URDAY, September 26 Van Arnam and Mrs. Mich- Mrs. Hilda Brooks, cut the.Wedding Jr., mother of the bride;
lavender, arranged in an an- with coffee
a Saturday morn-
ael Coullias hostesses at the cake. her aunt, Mrs..R. E. Cochranof
Wedding of Miss Martha Pouring punch were tique crystal compote, adornedthe ing at the University Women's
Schenck home in Waldo. Berkeley, Calif., and, her
Mrs: Rattama Mrs. W.
Henry !
,Jane Edwards, daughter of Shower tea complimentingMrs. cousin, Mrs. V. E.: ,Harby of serving table. Club, West Newberry Road.
Cellon Jr.
E. Mrs. J. F. Par-
Senator and Mrs. L. K. Ed- Jacksonville. Hours will be from, 10 until
Silber, formerly
Assisting in the hospitalities
rish and Mrs. W. L. Strickland.
,wards Jr. of Irvine, and Har- Miss Linda Register, 7:30 Miss Jeanette Johnson kept throughout! the morning were 11:30 a.m. $ 69
ry Douglas Davis, son Woman's Mrs.
p.m., High Springs the bride's book. George Creighton, Mrs. Carton 2
and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davis Club, Mrs. William Cole, Mrs.G. B'nai Israel Ben 0. Franklin, Mrs. 0. N. Kimball Wiles, wife of the new 1
of Valdosta, Ga., 8:30: p.m. Assisting with the hospitalities dean of the College of, Educa- 'i
R. McDowell, Mrs. A. E. Harper, Mrs. W. B. McMullen,
Mrs. Cellon,
First Church of Ocala. were Ralph
Baptist S'isterhoodBreakfast Mrs. Clifford tion.
Waddell, Mrs. W. L. Strick- C. Beasley and
Mrs. Bob Gay, Mrs. R. D. Cel-
following at the
have been extended
Mrs. Invitations -
Mrs. William GrahamThe
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I lon, Mrs. William Cole, Mrs. E.
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Ruth Roberts and Mrs. L. V. gift a was
T. Norris, Mrs. Sam Taylor,
Springs. presented to the bride to be members and all old and new
Guynn. Mrs. D. M. Cellon, Mrs. Carl. GOLDEN RIPE
by the hostesses the women faculty members of, the
Post wedding reception 1 Sisterhood of par
Shower complimenting Miss Harris, Mrs. Lacy Doke, Mrs. __ Congregation: .
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Schenck and Mrs. Schenckof Judith Beasley, bride electof .
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B Goine ville Sun Friday, September 25, 1954 ,

James Mason And Family"
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:DINING .&. it .
: Divorce 3
.I Friendly Despite

.. '; ENTERTAINMENT MONTEREY, Calif.- (AP) -'-Sandpiper"* which Is being
New Togetherness :Mason-style has filmed on location along
been demonstrated in this sea- craggy coasts and in the deep
Pulitzer (i sUil1eJaUyS1DtBurton side town, to the astonishmentof forests of Monterey and Big

J. thor Paul Rr ywRk < local observers.. Sur. .

fessor Dr. __ They have been treated to the Pamela is here to care for
and their :Y. Elizabeth scene of British actor James Morgan, who is 9, but she
weekend Mason dining with Pamela doesn't visit the film location"It !
i Augustine Mason, television and radio I might make him self-con

ic drama commentator, together with scious."

to be Stare at TouristsBy Portland Mason and Morgan Portland, 15, and a budding I
June. Mason, their children. actress, observes on the set and
The What is so astonishing about helps drive the family Rolls- :

symphonic BOB THOMASAP into my trailer the day before this? i Royce. James, who returned I
..Don Pedro Movie-Television Writer' when I heard a bunch of. girls Pamela ,divorced James just from his Swiss residence for the I
who MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) screaming, 'Liz! Liz!' I looked two weeks ago after two yearsof divorce, stopped off here before
ish The scene is bizarre, like some-|up and gave a little'wave, and bitter accusations, the settlement going back to Spain and Yugo
his ing of St. thing out of a movie. one of them said, 'We think divesting him of an estimated -slavia for his own movies.He .

tures until s After a morning of filming you're still pretty.' I went into $1.5 million. was asked if he approvedof
The locations for "The Sandpiper"in the trailer feeling very creaky But then, the Masons have his son's acting career.
a rocky cove, Elizabeth in the bones and I started to always been faintly'unpredictable. "I'm not so sure if I approveof
ed I
June, in ---- ..- --_.... 4. .- I I Taylor and Richard Burton I count the gray in my hair. It appears that Morgan is children or anybody, for
pitheatre I Whacky WorldEdie climb the bluff to sit ,down to There are indeed a few going to carry on the family that matter entering a life of
Park. It is lunch at one of the picnic,tables strands of gray in her hair, but tradition. acting," he remarked. "But as !

June I Ceasar look befuddled in a typical whacky scene of "It's set up for the movie,company.A at 32 she is in splended shape.A Morgan is the reason for the long as. Morgan is surroundedby
Paul World," Stanley Kramer's all-star comedy now playing hundred yards, away is Cali- fortnight of diet and exercise at convocation of Masons He is show business, even in his
fornia Highway 1 and it is lined their Puerto Vallarta villa he mightas
ranging put here to play the illegitimate son own home, I suppose
long plays with tourists, who stare at the both the Burtons ,in trim for of Elizabeth Taylor in "The well have a go at it.
famous pair. I'"The,Sandpiper."
of The stars sip their wine, a, They will need to be in trim
Pulitzer Films '
He also French rose,'eat heartily of the for their' future schedule. After

vies like plain location,lunch, and regale locations in, Monterey .and Big RENTATVTECH
i their fellow workers and a few Sur, they will film interiors in
the Fox
visitors with stories. Burton is a Paris. Burton will go,immedi-
Dr.Last Melancholy noted raconteur; his wife keepsup ately into "The. Spy who CameIn 122 N TELEVISION W 16th Ave TR 2-0433
"Cross with his repartee.The From the Cold," which will
Burtons are not unawareof shoot in London, Ireland and
i wood view the pictures considered the merchandising of films is" to remarried the audience on the highway. Munich.

I Music R most viable during the sum 'man. i, "Notice theones with binocu- ,The pair return to Californianext I
I Rey of ,, We can also give marks to he [ when she DRIVE-IN
-mer.And lars, says. "Yesterdaythere spring will star
for the when those have not. "Los Tarantos," a vibrantly was a fellow up therewith in "Who's Afraid of Virginia SUBURBIA THEATRE 1
ridge, the been impressive-have been graphic Spanish film, and to' a huge spyglass. As I'was leav- Woolf?" with Jack Lemmon as
I Rahner, disappointing, withal-the moodof the Italian "Mafioso," a start- ing for the set, the wind was the.probable co-star.The casting
autumnal melancholy is like- ling serio-comedy. just right and I could hear his may .cause some lifted eye-
to detail :ly to be fairly strong. But more than a little disap- comment to his companion: brows, since the role in the TONITE & SATURDAY
The I Such is our mood as we calmly pointing depressing and disturbing -'Yes, he is pockmarked.' I Edward Albee play has been I Showtime 7:30
St. reflect upon the films that : indeed; because of the Elizabeth adds: '"I was going taken by fortyish actresses.i.h .
sary has'opened during the pas t sum- indications of a sort of cinematic
( I mer. It was not an 'impressive :senescance that they give- 1 : t I I i tt
that I have been several conspicuously -
lot. Outside of perhaps a
the half-dozen that-can, be classed 'pretentious and. deficient : .
above average :in their' displays "important" films made by top ;;:;: :: !:: : :: ,,IMMINN.MN..N.1.VNIYERSAL :
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mile approval as a fun-making en- an artless and vicious trend iHH SEAN CONNERY mE
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the skillfully satiric British : !
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Joanie been the American "One Pota .:. Opens 200 MAD E ? GREAT DRIVE-IN THEATRE IA
to" and the British, "Girl with '
looking : Open 6:15 Show at 7:00 2400 Haviliorne Read Rt.20 Phone FR f-SOl
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When race discrimination theme, picture thatniust'be seen..and
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Crescendo ['has many dramatic virtues that !: 8:30; WORID"-- "KWA l'" AT 8:25 ; ,

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t JACKSON, Miss. Florida Pete i

.:.'... ..... ,. takes on Mississippi State at ,.... .. >. Fridor !
'' {.C\'"': .'.. ...,........\ r. '''.<."*'.. ""> 9. p.m. (Gainesville lime) Sat '-\em..lmt :,PI"ffu'So} ; PORTS s.Pe.25.1964'

.;'..........:,. ...'. "..'".... ............ .t. Y: : urday night in its second gameof .. C 4 \ '-
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eastern Conference duel and, already (
it's a pivotal point in The Gators, who booinbed backers '(alternating), and Dick Weights are about even, both ,

i the 1964 football campaign.This SMU with a 56-yard screen passan KirkJerry Newcomer and on offense and defense, with : : ,

& is a game with 'a 80-yard. punt return, both by Bruce Bennett defensive Florida's backfield just a bit sg :

\, "must". tag' attached Coach Jack Harper'wdl have to show backs. heavier than State's. J. I
Ray Graves forces. more offensive punch Saturday
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Players Shifted Twin Bill ,
yr ,% Florida, fresh from an Impressive night II
2U State has shifted its. players The game is the second half I
win South Florida worked hard its
over i on
considerably. Coach Paul Davis of a day-night double head
ern Methodist last week, will running and passing this week.
a I plans to go with Inman, 180; er. Mighty Mississippi, pickedthe
find itself
an the senior. Tom Shannon
underdog Again,
( and Harland Reed, 205, ,ends; nation's No. 1 team this
money boys, say) to a State and sophomore Steve Spurrier
Bubba Hampton, 215; and year, plays Kentucky at 3 pjn.
team that was stunned, 21-7, by will alternate at running the
Frankie Bell, 206, tackles; (Gainesville time) Saturday.
Texas Tech in its first -
contest club.One Watson, 207; and Justin Can- Since the Rebels play the Ga \ \ .'
backfield, on offense, will ale, 230, guards; and Bootsie tors in Gainesville on Oct. 10

Many Reasons find Capt Larry Dupree, Harper Larsen, 200, center. the entire UF coaching staff

: There are myriad reasons for and Alan Poe. The other Edwards, 170, is quarterbackwith plans to scout Ole Miss againstthe

this. State is at home in Memorial works John Feiber, Marquis Hodges, 180; and Bland, Wildcats.

Stadium here where Baeszler and Don Knapp. 172, halfbacks; and Granger, The stadium seats 42,000 (officially *

;; 40,000 (or more)) friendly fans The top Gator line on offense 220, fullback.On ). It's expected to be fill- a \

t will look on. It's a night game. goes with. Charles Casey and defense, State will use Jim- ed or overflowing for Ole Miss-

,-_.._-. -_. ....__. State has played one, the Ga Gary Thomas ,ends; Randy bo Lane, 205; and Bobby Carollo UK; a. bit less for UF State,
BULLISH- -FULLBACK-HOYLE GRANGER tors will be out after dark for Jackson and John Whatley, 184, ends;' Grady Bolton, unless a late rush for tickets $

'Carries Heavy Load in Bulldog, Backfield the first time this season. State tackles; Larry Gagner and Larry 235; and Tommy Neville 255, materializes.Last I
will be rebounding, angry and 'Beckman, guards; Bill Carr tackles; Tom Folliard, 195; and year the two teams played

!out to even old scores with Flor or' Jim Benson, center. Richard Weaver, 202, guards; a 9-9 tie in Gainesville. Two

ida. Too, the Bulldogs' had' a Defensively, it will be either with Leslie Newton, 193, cen- years ago, Florida won here,
pre-season rating in the top Matthews or' Don Barrett and 19-9. Overall, State leads the

gravesChanges, '.-. ,,:'. ; ,:. I half of the SEC, a notch or Barry Brown, ends;- Dennis ter.Jim LJghtsey, 183, will back series, 9 games to 7 with two
.. two in front of the Orange and Murphy and Sydney MacLean, up the line while Marvin Corne- ties.,

Blue.If tackles; Bill Richbourg and lius, '183; and'Tommy Corbett, Radio Station WRUF will .. ..., .
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Florida has something going Jerry Anderson, guards; Roger 180, will be defensive half broadcast the game starting at

for it Saturday night, it .Pettee, Jack Card, 'Jim Bern- backs. James Carroll, 196,. is 8:45 pjn., Gainesville time, ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE PAT WATSON |I

might be physical condition. I hardt and Ron Pursell, line- safetyman. Saturday. Leads Burly :Miss State Front Wall \

Only doubtful Gators are end
Lynn Matthews broken hand
kicker Hal Seymour, mononucleosis AGAINST RUGGED PALATKA
; and defensive back

"' : Kenny Russell, bad leg.

; UF Matthews may play. Sey- i

:, Style mour, ditto. Russell is out of fluWeakened 'Canes at Homei

H" ", action at least another week.
State is hurting a bit worse.

All-America candidate Pat II II
;EN ROUTE TO JACKSON, MISS. -'I said it before and Waston, brilliant lineman,

'I'n say It again.. has a 'broken hand. He can'tgo Assistant By NIS Sports NISSEN Editor f/ : ; sounding Cove Springs 32-0,win centers over its Green offense 'j J:

A 'good" Florida football team beat Southern Methodist too well on defense and has L' t; >:;t;
24-8 last week been moved from center (and Facing 'the rugged Palatka T "' : around halfback Bill I
Braves is more than enough for Perry.
linebacker) to offensive guard.
It will take a "better" Florida team to down MississippiState I any football team to undertakein .', H l
Saturday night in Memorial Stadium in Jackson.It Three Out its weekly outing. The 161 pound junior is a

First string guard Hilton Ball The flu bug doesn't need to two year letterman and a returning -
will take a "great" Florida team to defeat LSU on All-Florida Star Con-
Baton La. definitely is out with a: knee intervene and complicate the Q s4 fiyx.
Oct. 3, in Rouge, ference performer.
hurt. Halfback Larry Swearengen works. 1
It will take the "best" football team in the nation to
; another starter, has a bad But that's The Braves are playing their
whip Mississippi at Florida Field on Oct. 10. back. End Tommy Inman, what happenedto first season under Coach Billy

With all this in mind, it Is interesting to know that Gator State's best pass receiver, will Gainesville >: :Lf :3 1 'nfh stl Bennett, who replaced Rabbit

head coach Ray Graves has evolved a little bit of pIay'but is slowed by a hip in.jury. High this weekas Smith. Bennett, an assistantthe

change In the philosophy of football in Gatorland, at least .- End Bill McGuire definitely it prepared # c. .. +xrx past nine years moved up

I for 1964. is out. for tonight's ::1: ..' ,f.:,, nM ,, .. .t, : -t when Smith became head re-
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Still, State will toss its option- clash with /v):< << "z. t i. {! / "' "t. cruiter at University of Flori-
Florida Is'going to be a "thinking, "sound-playing" team
running passing quarter Palatka.A ofY.Sr.,i .r., .roY'.n4 ?+ ,:.#?..3' a
this year. By that, the Gators, knowning they have fine de- .w: t. da. ]
back Don Edwards and pile- ;
fense and superlative kicking, are putting aside the rain- driving fullback Hoyle; Granger virus in and '1'T SaA Z End stacks up as the strongest t
ment they wore so well in 1960 when they were termedthe ped position for the Braves with i .
against the Gators; Helping made sham-
"rambling gambling Gators," in favor of conservatism. a ryv talented 'performers in David .
this duo, offensively,' will ** NISSEN x 'bles- of Coach ,$ v,'' \,
'. n.tx.ar Smith and Charlie Both
?g Payne.
be speedster Dan' Bland, moved Jim :ttiblack's. ,talented warriors #at., vy tkr i( iy senior' lettermen.
u)! from.the defensive unit; .cutting down on' practicetime 4. ,3 %;.r}'e:?;,$v .y s: are two-year ,
The Call Was PoorYou and Buddy Hodges. another and leaving the squad in Other line starters will be If,

good. runner. a weakened condition. tackles Lee Brunner ((188)) and
won't see the Gators pushing the panic button when State had miserable luck in Sam Anderson (173)), g u ards

30 in the, first quarter, going .for a surprise first down. It losing its opener to Texas Tech. Hardest Hit Chuck Motes ((169)) and Mike I

was a miserable call and a season ago against Georgia Leading 7-6 at halftime and Hardest hit by the bug were' Wilson ((173)) and center Ken-

... Tech (even if it had worked, and it didn't). missing a second period score end Kent Shepherd and tackle ny Downs (167)).
due to a fumble at the Pete Enwall, both doubtful,par Joining Perry in the back f 1

Tech 3, State lost another whenHand's ticipants in tonight's action."I field will be quarterback Tom- .
only hope the worst of it ;; Brock ((137)), halfback John I
89 yard TD kickoff return my
is over," Niblack said yester- Miller ((159)) and fullback Bobby I
to start the last half was
Gainesville Stalwart to Show Palatka Braves
Expected Way Against I
Joe lIaIhextstein "f called back. Clipping. Two day as he counted heads and Pope ((163)).
Tech's and 23 thought about Palatka. "The Both teams fashioned unde-
drives to 17 were i
,. h y ;:>tl i: ...W'' snarled by fumbles in the third boys have been so weak we've :rest squarely on the shoulders ag:: :: .'..- nville Lee. airways he'll have the capable feated seasons last year and

SUl. poit.Ltit : "'': :I' period. had to cut practices short." of junior quarterback Jackie He's expected to get running receivers in Giffen and Smith fought to a 6-6 draw when they

Tech then hit a 68-yard pass Gametime is'B o'clock tonightin Eckdahl, who emerged as a support from bruising Al Gif--and ends Bobby Rountree and met headon. i'

I I .,. play for a TD, kicked a 51-yard the Hurricanes' first appearance shining star last weekend. fen, Al Simmons and Charlie David Crown. Bennett summed it up this i I.

: Field goal and picked off a,close- before a home crowd at Eckdahl's shoulders proved Smith and swift Bryan Hipp Leading the defense will be way:
You won't see the Gators trying razzle-dazzle inside their in State desperation pass' for Citizens 'Field. sturdy as he passed, from the and Eugene Branch. linebacker Jerry Grier, a terror "We saw Gainesville play
own 20-yard line as they did in 1962, leading unbeaten Auburn the clincher. The GHS offensive load will left side, and ran at will When Eckdahl goes to the in the opening game with last week and were very Impressed
7-0 just before halftime. It cost a field goal; fortunately .- with their quarterback
the Gators went on to win, 22-3, in a startling'upset.. his aggressive tackling. have
; (Eckdahl). They always a

You won't see the, Gators pushing the panic button when ACTION STARTS TONIGHT Defensive Aces good team, and we're expect-
they trail .by a touchdown and the shadows start ,to fall, in PRO He'll be joined by stalwarts ing a rough time." .

the game. The Gators are going back to power, ,football, Dale Turlington, Chris Gwin, Niblack reversed that last

control football, possession is nine-tenths. victory football By JACK HAND .1 You could do better with a hat Raymond-Berry, the pick is the Smith out of action. mons Giffen,, Dennis Randy Shadburn Leahy, Steve Sim- statement.

as it were. Associated Press Sports Writer i pin.' ;But let's try again (all Colts. Los Angeles 17, Minnesota ,14 Tenney, Chris Johnson, Mike '

Don' jump ,to conclusions, though, fans. The, home runtheat'sti1Lremains. Sam Huff's return to Yankee games Sunday unless otherwise Cleveland 27, Philadelphia 14 Aches and pains ;of Bill Gibson and' Shepherd, if he's Tonight'sGrid
: : whether by kickoff or punt return, Stadium for a Friday night noted): Eagles probably in over their Brown and Tommy Moran

long.pass-'breakaway.run, etc.. The difference is that the game with the New York Giants' NFL heads this time. Jim Brown leave the visiting Vikings' ,shortof ready.. offensive line will b GamesLOCAL ,
bomb will have 'to. come naturally. The UF coaches .are not weekend of should be: ready for.'ai 100-yard running backs ,although The e
; a promising
to'try and force the issue., opens New York 21, Washington'17Friday' day'and:he just"loves 'that turf Brown is, expected to play. manned by' Rountree ,a n d Palatka vs GHS (Citizens Field. I p.m.)
pro football'that will end withan Battle of theleague's Crown 'at.. ends Enwall and P. K. Yonge at Femandina Beach
( night) '- ,
at Franklin Field. Green
Bay 17, Detroit 14 Stark at Santa FeSUWANNEE
unusual Monday night pair non-winners. Mack at tackles Steve CONFERENCE
two Kenny ,
A ing of Green and Detroit.i i Dallas 21, Pittsburgh 21 (Monday night) Packers' Cross City at Williston .;
Removed Bay
Ie' 'Stigma' bad it Richard Primo at
} Giants need this one so The visiting Cowboys" ground ground game hurt by,absence of Burge and Lake Butler at Jasper
A full seven-game program hi hurts especially after all the guards and Kimmy Helton at Newberry at Chiefland
too for Steeler defense
game tough guard Jerry Kramer. This will North Marion at TrentonRIVERLAND
When' Ray. -Graves took the reins of the Orange and Blue the National Football League: comments about the Huff deal. center. CONFERENCE
and McDonald
Tommy be a rugged one with a field
In 1960;one"of' .his avowed tasks was to wipe out the and .a four-game chart in the' Rookie Gary Wood gets' first about due. goal by Paul Hornung a possible Palatka, which opened its sea- Taylor Hawthorne(Pierson at Cedar) at Bronson Key
attached to Gator teams of being too'conservative. American Football that battered OTHERS
stigma League start RedskinS' are St. Louis 24, .,San Francisco winner., The: host Lions have son last weekend with a re-, BunneU at Keystone Heights
bluntly Gator teams under Graves would playto includes San at Buffalo
Puttmg.it v, a Diego with several key, men including 14 Cardinals Charles John- regular defensive .backfield together
win,;,,'not tie:, match the schedule. below
are on Sonny' Jurgenson par.
son should find the holes in for first r time in a year
The-'credo' got' the greatest possible start, and impetus; Form and football pickers The host Giants could do it on 49ers pass defense.: Host San with return, of, ,Night Train

from: -the, never-to-be forgotten two-point Larry LJbcrtoreJori"3iacB took a horrible beating last the ground.. Francisco is hurting with 'J.D. Lane. '

UF-wutover Georgia Tech coast to coast. All of the NFL real:toughie. The visiting Bears :' 4/
games could have been' turned showed they can move the ball, Rhoden Will 'Direct Team: ; ; J 4
;Hardessed.Gator fans ate it up and loved it. The same ,
around In the last two minutes. the,score last week against Vik-
daring::Icanied.:Jlorlda: to' an 8-% mark, and a win over Bay- '
The'old average dropped to 5-7- ings. Colts upset Packers. On
lor.in the; Gator Bowl that season. 2 in the NFL and 4-3 in the AFL' hunch Johnny Unitas will hit From Wheelchair Tonight: "

The element' of surprise, however, does not carry 'weight' for an over-all total of 9102. Bears' right side with strikes to '-' rs y '

with the same opponent time after time. And nothing backfires KEYSTONE HEIGHTS But according to
assistant. I Ii
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in; football like i a surprise play that fools no one. The Les Rhoden will direct his team coach O. L. Davis, two regular. I

Gators took unnecessary gambles; they resulted in mis- from .a wheelchair here tonight starters, fullback Rodney Paul:
takes that resulted in field situations contributing to eventual aj Keystone plays hosts to high- and guard Bruce Moon will miss:

: L. ly touted Bunnell. tonight's game. due to .Injuries:I
.. s Rhoden suffered a broken an- Probable starters, for Keystone _I

; Boldness Not RecklessnessThis kle this'week while on the practice ,will be ends Cliff ,Chapman -
field and was released from and Clen Mooneyham; I

;year's Gator team well can lay back and wait for AMERICAN LEAGUEW.. L Pd. 6,B. NATIONAL LEAGUEW.. L Pd. Oft. the hospital shortly after noon tackles, Chester Glenn and
New York!: 93' S.612 Philadelphia >0 44 .54 today in order t Q attend tonight's Johnny Moon; guards, Tommy
.commit.the boo-boou It also I think has
to ,
the opposition' Baltimore to 44 JM 4 Cincinnati M M JM 3 i
the capabilities to .assert.ltseU when granted the, opportunity. Chicago to .4 J.I4 4 St. Louis U O J4J M game. Byrd and Lee Sutton,' and center -
Detroit M n .03 lift San Francisco i u 11 .su Last week Bunnell romped George AllenQuarterback /,
V Lo Angeles l 7t 77 'J03 UV Milwaukee 7e 73 J20 It
three anda Cleveland 74 77 jm MVi Pittsburgh 77 75 .507 U over, Crescent City 43-6 while responsibilitieswill
this writer's of
r-'lul-Dow opinion yards Minnesota Los Afioetes 75 7* .49* uv%
77 ,
74 jn mi
; cloud of dost football. It's lousy, even if you win with Boston M t] ..... 25- Chicago 70 12 ..*, iHovcton Keystone was going down in defeat : fall to Stephen Brokas.
Washington 48 N j o 34 66 to .41* 2* to St. Joseph of St. Augustine Gary Cooperand Bucky B u nee
it. I hardlythUkvJhM8*. that Florida's 19" plan of'Lattact'goes Kansas City .55 >7 362 M New York aS1101 ..33$ 37ViTtontfays .
320., will be at the halfback slots and
rather-think Graves' thiatiag en the
more .
so far. .
Ratalb MJIwaIbe'S.N 1
Local-fans :bave'liopes Keystone Elam GflUsom will at full-
lines of" befog bold without! bete; reckless befeg.aggressive No games sh4ut4 St. Louts 4-CMnstergfi *4 open
Chicago. Los Angeles 4 the rebound. bade. -
without being flamboyant, being tricky wfehovi bebg wild. Ontf gam .......' wiD, be on _.
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: would of character New York!: BNatrS\Ganttat' Washington T...,- G.maMltwalk ..
thoughts, it be' most out
Going by.these, Manrni Baltknor Bunker 17- s SadowsM '$-10 'at PIIft.J. '
for! .Saturday ''night's UF-State game to be anything buta 5 at ClevelandhtTia M night pIN Mahatfey 1M nightSt. AiR CONDITIONINGColl
Chicago Pttarre Leah Tartar 1-4. Richardson
174 at Kansas City or >
slamdefensive struggle, probably low-scoring. 0-Doneghoe t-1l. night at Pittsburgh Card,. O 1-fc night
Correction: 'on the latter, on second thought. One time the Boston Wilson Wl2 lni at 1 DetrOit Wicker.sham San Bunt Francisco 1313Lo Perry 1VM at.-Chicago RE"'p .1 R ing or us neater for quick service.efficient'air condition& This is The Sure. One

Gators oLd play like that Hard-nosed defense all :day long., Minnesob "' Angeles L. Miller 44 or'Ortega. 7-t A, .. and I
Kut :114 Trained experienced. ,
Houston Bruce
at' at 14- night
Loa number for
Angeles America's choice 16
It ,was _18,:State first downs to 3 for the Gators, 380-plus CUnce N. eight Cincinnati Maloney !*-!' and :Pwrkey Radio :dispatched trucks 'service men' one
less than 100 for Florida.' But wasn't '. 104. at 'Wes Yak Jackson 10-15. and Reasonable rates 24 Hour service '
yards low scoring.for .State; to_ Minnesota.M Us Angeles Gaaat N .. Fisher. 10-1. *. fc twilight.Safvrtfays Games. l' S Service on all makes of equipmentP *' .consecutive. years.Say' 'Seagra s aad be Sure
Chllago at Kansas City. twilight CincinMH at New -YorkMilwaukee 1 ALL AMERICAN '$
Remember?" Year1956. Place, Starkville. Hero, Jeo Brodky. New York at Washington at Phfladdphla ft. 376-8268 H ATIN > AIRCONDITIONING r _....'-... KUiII. WIIS.ft'19TIIL,Prigs
Baltimore! at Ctevdantf St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Score, UF. 26, State 0. Boston at Datroti San franrtiro rtilrata CO.

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To37-7 Romp LARRY WOODS .
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Over Grooms Starke here tonight in what may develop into one of >".w-; ;--it.4f> .. ''
: the early season's best contests. .: i. 1tr'y.m '': ;*.'1>:.. .
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Both teams have first game Sikes, as was mentioned, also y >,-" ",:'\<><.,",,...""o"t'.,"-">t.."",>;kI. ,'.
By JOHN CLENDENON victories under their belts and holds down one of the Rebels' ::,> ",-"t ;,. "- ,

Sun Football Assistant the 8 p.m. kickoff promises to beStarke's defensive tackle :"i. 1 J: : .,. '.
Lincoln High used a first quarter blitz, a stingy defense whirling offense againstthe posts. kloan!\ ,1' -r
and the quarterbacking of Norman Anderson to tenacious defense of the.Re- Santa Fe can be expected to t ..
settle a grudge last night at Citizens Field. start Charles Davis and Louis E "r -':<' tIlil 1az.

The Terriers shocked Grooms I bels.Last week Santa Fe held Ma- Feagles. ends; tackles, Trig- :. 1 1I I
went in for the TD from
eight ik'N. ger Hodge, Charles
dison to 28 years while grind- ; I
Academy, 377, to more than yards out to complete the first
ing out a 13-0 win on the road. guards, Jimmy Forrester,
make for the defeat San- half
up scoring. Much of the credit for Santa Frank Taylor, and center Jim
ford club dealt them last year. Pair of TDs Fe's fine defensive play earned Cole.

Grooms was the only team to After a scoreless third quar- tackles Doyle Sikes and Char- The Rebel backfield will be

top Lincoln last season. Coach ter, Lincoln added a pair of i les Kersey LinemanoftheWeekhonors. Danny Adams at quarterback,

Jesse Heard's squad has won TD's in the final period. An in- Lane Rooks or Russell Taylorat .

l 18 and'tied three of its last 24 terception by halfback Collis But Starke will travel here I lefthalf, Sikes at righthalf,
Warren set up one and a poor %'y with a promising offense that I and sophomore sensation Mac
utings. SzF .ky xLi s 8c.
, pass from center by Crooms on r4R 6P r +ya'a. racked up 190 yards on the Crawford at fullback. 5 t a
Lincoln scored the first four a punt attempt led to another. ground plus 169 yards throughthe a< d r a M a

times it got its hands on the Anderson fired passes to Bryant air ilL last week's 21-0 romp Starke, plagued by injuriesthis t? ; r vi.
and Mills for the last two over Macclenny. I week, will possibly be with-
ball to roll up an early 25-0 ad- TD's.

vantage. The visitors scored in Some last minute passing he- 1 Y Most Contain Elders I out several key personnel intonight's \ \

the waning minutes of the gameto roics by Crooms quarterback w. Santa Fe's highly regarded contest. i.

avert a whitewash. Andrew James put the visitorson defense will no doubt. have to Flanker Posts .

the Scoreboard.The n_____ ...___.___ n .___._.__ contain Starke's Elder boys ..ifth'ey Joe Brown, replacing the injured .: ___.u ..
Ragged Defense payoff was a 24 yard intend to keep the slate Eddie Douglas,.and Gene BIG SANTA FE GUARD JIM FORRESTER-
All told, Lincoln limited pitch to end Tyron Henderson. STARKE END STANDOUT GENE PASS clean. I' Pass will open at the flanker Expected to Lead Rush Against Starke

Sanford to just five yards rush- pick up stats Catching Passes Is His ,Favorite Job Phil Elder, shifty Tornado posts. Jeff Warren and Tom 1

ing. Sanford's lone first downin quarterback, and cousin Dwight,I Thomas will go at tackles,
the first half came on a pen. who will see plenty of action at guards will be Leon Thomas BONUSri
alty. Texas A&M Action fullback, accounted for all of and Bob Reaves and center duties DOUBLE
Opens Starke's scoring last week will go to Butch Redding.
Anderson, a 175-pound senior
against Macclenny.
with at least eight scholarshipoffers Quarterback Phil Elder will j :LLII
Rebel coach Charlie Robertssoon
threw for three touch- call the shots for the Torna-
downs and'plunged over from a Tonight Against HoustonBy ond( time to be if a the father stork for the hurrys sec- does and will rely on Dwight

Elder and Larry Crawford as 0
along) said Thursday his Reb-
halfbacks. Ill
Mickey Agner w
STATISTICS C/oomt Uncelii' BOB GREEN which lost 9-6 to Louisiana State Houston, has a bigger test els were in fine shape' for the handle the fullback chores.
First downs 4 10 Associated Press Sports WriterAs last week and is generally against Tennessee. contest and hoped to over come

From From passing rushing 1 1 *3 a ,group, football coachesare picked to finish near the bottomof Illinois is favored to win its last year's 13-6 defeat. Tornado coach Dave Hurst expects

Yards From gained penalties rushing 2.1 5 IIS notoriously pessimistic.After the Southwest Conference. opener at California and Ohio No offensive powder puff, San- to use Jim Goodwin and
Mike Sistrunk bolster Starke'sdefensive
;. Yards Passes gained passing 7 112.22 10-20 t7 an upset and this young I Hank said he was quite pleased State is a solid pick at home Top Back to
Passes Intercepted by 2 college season has produced a with his .team's performance against Southern Methodist. ta Fe features one of the area's game.
Punts Fumbles lost 427.3 2 JJ 1 flock of them -they can be Open WeekendThe Indiana, a dark-horse in the Big best backs in 60-minute( man Both coaches expect tonight's e

Yards Score by lost Quarters penalties 80 105 I downright dismal. Aggies open the second Ten picture, is a slight favorite Doyle.Sikes, a bullish 197-pound clash to be a close one as the

Uncoil Crooms 19 t Scoring summary: team that scored a 21-0() triumphin conference game.
son tonight against independent I'
Lincoln Touchdowns- Galloway (1!.. run), James its only outing? Listen to Clay Houston, which has a 1-1 record. TV Game i
(10..pass from Anderson, ) Anderson. (1,.. Stapleton of Iowa State University -Toledo is at Detroit in the I Gnatnewtastc
run) Brockington (I run) Bryant ( only Minnesota is at home against' : "
pass from Anderson). Mills (15. pass before his conference opener I
from Anderson) PAT. Anderson 1. other major Friday night game. Nebraska in the television gameof
Crooms.James)-PAT Henderson- Tillman(24. (pass pass from from against Oklahoma State. Illinois and Ohio State pickedas the week, and is expected to! 'FREE]
1 James). "We had two very poor practices two of the top in the Big Ten pipe tobacco
\ back to back, and unlessour win.Probably )
open their seasons on the Saturday the top game in the Deluxe
out to another. attitude improves, we need schedule that includes a Midwest has Oklahoma, No. 2 in Custom Designed t
yard Halfbacks score Kenneth Gallo not even show up." surprising number of conference the pre-season picks and a in a filter f

I way and Ralph Brockington tallied On the other hand, there's games, surprising for this shaky 13-3 victor over Maryland r Roll-About

the other Terrier TDs. Hank Foldberg of Texas A&M, stage of the season at least. going against SouthernCal MPEOBbcCO Ig A FATES IOGA&TTfa

A Despite the impressive score, Four of the elite Texas tied by Duke 9-9 in its open cart CONVENIENT 1.
Heard wasn't completely satis- Alabama, Mississippi and Auburn cigarette 1 HANDLES
er.Air .
fied with his team's play. Jax, Daytona have' conference tests Force, upset maker I

Offense Ragged following their impressive opening against Washington, makes its tREE J ,
victories. first visit to Michigan, Army GLEAMING .
\ "We were ragged at times, 'Top Southern NICKEL PLATING '
takes its three-platoon system 3"
?' especially on offense," Heard Defending national champion 'against rugged Boston College You get pleasing aroma-and a great p a:' 4 piece -. .C1.i-t-ROl2 ,',
I said. "It was our defense that JACKSONVILLEJackson Texas, unbeaten in almost two and Navy and Roger Staubach Dew taste!The secret It's packed with KING SIZE I :

1 t really won it for us. It played 'ville and Daytona Beach, bitter years Tulane and last a week 31-0 victor visits Lub-over play William and Mary. .America's besttobacco- TRAY TABLE I: r ,
i an excellent game. rivals for three, seasons, Rutgers and Princeton open famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half WOOD SHElVING .
1 bock and an ambitious Texas SERVING SET'
4 "Of course Anderson playedhis have made it to the top in their their schedule in the renewal of mod Half Filter Cigarettes! ,/ WAlHUTfINISH 1
Tech team that wants to
usual outstanding game on respective divisions of the earned its proveit tb- the first college football game Proved ..L,,' ...7' ...,-..- '::'I;, U' :i
has at least ,.So I'tit* of I. iaoc y r offense," he added. Southern Football League. west Conference spurs. The Red ever played, in 1869. .I "<';<,-Yf,. \ NEW..1L. 'f..,'

Heard out the line The defending champion'Raiders shocked MississippiState ,i .
singled A : : All 82 CHANNEL LJHF-VHF
Robins head the Grey .
I' 21.7 in their \
play of tackles Emanuel Kleck- with a 5-2-1 mark while the opener. I. performance. Built-in
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Thunderbrids lead the Blue Big Favorite 1 LAWN Its '' System. UHF-Dipole an.
guard Willie Carter. Division with a 5-1-1 slate. That one, like mighty Ala OYINERS : tenna Sound Out-Front. ,
Lincoln hit the Scoreboard The Robins defeated the T- bama's home game with Tulane \ GARDEN Cabinet: i/npactPofy-
with little more than four minutes Birds in a sudden death play is at night.Bear Bryant's styrene in Cloud Grey and ';

gone in the first quarter off last season for the first I Crimson Tide, sparked by quar-. 41 'Saddle-Brown 19BP103AN. 'Colors'
when tackle Stacy Bell blockeda Southern championship. Two terback Joe Namath, swept !
Crooms punt and fell on it at seasons ago Jacksonville beat over Georgia 31-3 last week andis a Uaw t

the visitors' 14. out Daytona Beach for the Florida a top-heavy favorite over JLLFOS1ssTS8
League title. Tulane
; first from scrim- I
On play
The two teams are principalsin Mississippi, ranked No. 1 I
& mage, Galloway scampered Associated Press' $ brown With Tr. UDeluxe
the only two gamed scheduled The preseason : Unsightly patches ? .
around end for the score, andAnderson's ;: .
conversion for this weekend. The Rob- poll, lived up to that high Mf T AVI TiltS IS A i.1llEr. Mt'FFPl
gave ins play host to Chattanooga, spot with a 30-0 romp through .
Lincoln quick 7-0
toeT chief competition for the the vaunted defenses of Mem- ,; ., I
S3-Yard Drive Grey crown. The T-Birds will phis State and now must test its FM/AM RADIOMOTOROLA '_ f
The next time the Terriers entertain Huntsville which is defense against the solid Ken- f

got the ball they drove 53 yardsin riding a four game losing tucky team. I in an all-wood cabinet I'

couple four of plays penalties.with the Anderson aid of a streak. And Auburn, 30-0 victor over;I It's time to use Nemagori pail ticked ptrfermmct with. Insures III'for ill su- ONLY F':f' ;'

flipped a 10 yard pass to half- foil fumiaant dressed up)in genuine walnut r
LIFE TIME MMtrs end elect' hardwood 5995 """'W n
back Larry James for the clin-
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cher.With MUFFLERSNOTRANSFERABLE attack grass roots,shrubs and ornamentals becomes a penetrating gas which kills
Crooms unable to move I, causing .ever damage. Prevent nematodes as it spreads underground. -
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Score to Settle' N ATLANTA .(AP) Miami's with the varsity and only 15 of

young Hurricanes,'unimpressive those remaining are lettermen.

->. in their first test of the year, Tate has decided to rely on
''c. have more to lose(than a football quarterback: Bob. Biletnikoff,

By LARRY WOODS teams, are out to: settle a 6-6 Blue Wave coach, expressed .game when they meet Geor- more a runner,than passer. .We
Sun Sports Writer tie that climaxed last year's disappointment over his club's to
gia Tech here'Sa rday. hope improve as. we go
FERNANDINA BEACH -The contest. initial showing and contends The Hurricanes"'have not lost along," 'he. said., "We're. not alibing. -
Big Blue Wave visits here tonight P. K.:Yonf e. opened, its season they will ,have to improve tonight q.;.. ." '
Or- in order to beat the Pi- their first two games of any :
for its annual clash with last week barely edging 4.
Also Miami's debut showedno
'since 1931 and that ,
Fernandina Beach Mike Gutierrez rates. season was
and both ,ange Park, 76. ..
"Orange Park was blitzing us V NM1.>Cv} : >efore.they hit the ranks of big promise of a passing display.
time college football. The Hurricanes completed only
last week and this sort of threwus
off balance," Guiterrez ex M.p Tech had its troubles with six passes in 20 attempts for 79

Phils May ,Runrhemselves plained. Y t Vanderbilt last week, but the 14- yards so they apparently haveno
Dave Waller to give the
"But I think we have worked 2 victory over the Commodoresand

some of the bugs out of our offense Miami's shallow showinginthe Jackets' secondary fits,

and look for the boys to 14-0 loss,to'Florida State establishes Completed 20
/ be much improved over the I' S.i : Tech as 'a solid favor Waller threw successfully 20

Orange Park game,", 'Gutierrez 9 of 38 times last Saturday for

added. ite.Miami Coach Charlie Tate, more 'than 200 yards against

i k Of NL Pennant Center OutP. who will send his squad againstthe Tech, but Coach Bobby Dodd

=: I K. will miss its regular A team' he worked with during has spent almost the entire

center as Rob Hansen (158) is recent years, said he is looking week polishing up his pass de-

: By MURRAY CRASS ling the threat. sidelined with a bruised knee. ,,' forward to the game with mixed fense.
Associated Press Sports Writer The abortive rally appeared To fill the gap Gutierrez will J i M''k.>. .. emotions. "Our defense needs a little
The Philadelphia.,Phillies are I even more important when the go' with 140 pound Wilshire ''','v""'. "I'll be sitting across Ute field more work,"said Dodd,"especi-

so_ anxious to win the National i Phillies exploded for three runs Walkup to replace the injured :;., '"' from, the people I worked :with ally with (linebacker Tdmmy;)

League pennant, they may run in the eighth after the Braves' Hansen.' and respect and some of the Bleick;and:(halfback Roy) Jar-"

themselves right out of it. got two more in their half:of the : Fullback Tom Hansen, 170pouvls boys I recruited for Tech -are. rett in the lineup. But it will be Zl

Jhe faltering Phillies, hit.with inning.. is rated among the likely to cause us trouble," he better than last week."

some controversialandcostlybaserunning -But Philadelphia Manager best of the backs in North Flor- P.,K. YONGE END COVEY JOHNSTON said. Dodd said he thought both

;-saw." their- league Gene Mauch refused to criticize ida and can be counted on to Talented Senior Eyes Fernandina "Tech has loU of experience teams will score depending on

lead. _dwindle to three games Allen and Johnson, defending give the Blue Wave definite and is three deep with a strong the weather. "I'm pretty well

I 'Thursday night with a5-3 loss to them vehemently instead. scoring potential. line." satisfied with our offense," he :;

.Milwaukee "When Tom starts to come Two Tennis Authorities Tate has problems other than said. "We're further along offensively .

:7he7.defeat- the ,PhilliesfuuiUi Didn't Know around he'll be every bit as I those of mixed emotions. Of the than we are defensively 1

: -traight and sixth in "Allen slides aggressively into good as he is supposed to be," ))40 players he used against FSU, and our kicking game is
: sliced their advantage second trying to break. up the Gutierrez said Thursday after At Odds on Predictions 18 were '''making their debuts good."
seven games '
double play. and doesn't even noon. aMEANS
n.the loss column :
two, over second-place Cincinnati know the umpire has called him Added Strength CLEVELAND (AP) Two McKinley, the No. 1 American I

which was idle. ,Even St. safe, Mauch argued._ "He over- Gutierrez said P. K. could old Davis Cup cronies who have player from San Antonio Tex:, J::)

'I/miJL ulted: _into the act,' slides the bag and is out. There count on added strength along ,been making the big tennis against Australia's No. 2 man,

'sheeninga.doubleheader from was .no way,,he could know bewas the defensive front now that series as players and observersfor Fred Stolle. The'second pits

! :Pittsburgh? and movfng to within safer he was so intent on tackle Ben Campen ((170)), who 20 years, Jack Kramer and I Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield,

.-game S Philadelphia. taking out the relay man. reported to practice only this Ted Schroeder, were at odds Calif., against the recognizedworld ;

-The "running: in question "And Johnson has no way to, week has -solved n transoortation today over the possible outcomeof champion, Roy Emerson. TI
know that Eddie Mathews won'tthrow problems. the 53rd Challenge Round.
struck .in the seventh I
to first on the dribbler.He The Blue Wave's starting lineup ., Kramer likes the Americansand Favors' Boys"I i it
'with the, 'Bravesl_ leading. 30.
i think the draw and the clay
sin- rounded second figuring to will consist of: ends, Danny Schroeder
out, Richie Allen strings along x b
Wjtnone: : surface favors our boys, said
.gledonly the second hit off take third and maybe score if Dennison, 180, and Covey John- with the Australians in the ,Yy
i Kramer member of the
a Cup
'Wade 'Bkslngame.' Alex Johnson Mathews'makes'a bad throw on ston, 168; tackles, Whit Spring matches opening at 11:30 a.m., ;
teams of 1939, 1946 1947!,
.:to 'Blasingame a tough play.nAggressive field, 190, and Ken O'Steen, 188; EST, on the green clay composition
grounded later king of the pros and successful -
throw'pulled Sandy Alo runners or blunderers -guards, Steve Twedell, 214, and court of the Harold T. Clark
i :whose "I wouldn't be
;, 'mar oft second base. Allen, the Phillies still were V. G. Hodsdon, 194; center, Rob Stadium. surprised promoter.to see Chuck and The GARCIA AMBASSADOR 5000-A
faced with the of hold Hanse. 158.
prospect ,
slid past the base, and The first match sends Chuck Dennis win the first three." "t
;however Mac ,
him for the ing onto their lead with just Johnson, 158, will direct Bait Casting Reel

Alomar pounced' on ..eight games left. The Reds have Blue Wave's attack with Steve With Lifetime Service

out. 10, including five starting tonight Tuttle, 155, and Marell Tyre, 170 Immediate WarrantyREGULAR $2499

Hit Dribbler with theNew York Mets, at the halves. Hansen, 170, will $55 f fI

Vic Power then bit a dribbler while the Cardinals must play be at fullback. Delivery on tzaTfNrA'f4INOW fl I l

toward third. Johnson raced to nine. Starting Lineup

'I second: rounded was thrown the base out, and Ed I Win Two I head The coach Pirates Wayne, according Brenner, will to I ,, fl *? & = :>/71\ !

I Mathews promptly to Denis Menke, end- St. Louis defeated Pittsburgh i go with ends, Joe Thrift, 170, I .Iii & I; I ...*.*-c-/ \ ...clTefflBfiOU1DOORSMAN tS i.*-_ I

I 4-2 and 4-0 while Chicago nippedLos :and Mike Pikula, 170; tackles, I

S Angeles 4-3 in the other NL .JoeThorn, 200, and Jerry Beard,
: : NL Boxes .games Thursday. None were :195; guards, Jack Barniak, 165; [HOME I BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE'CO.GAINESVILLE'S r > SHOP INC. \

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,.zs UM PAINTS A W&L OF THSCBLH6 rcnnuzAnoN ,I
DEAR ABBY Wife NOT EVEN GOING tff1RES1aRclof aNUtAtaN aN HasA 4' t F1'twcH't

: k r f, TO LOOK AT IT?" Of HK C06HOOS6.AND 6EDE5 :

I [. ; .. t EcJ. HE5 HUTEVai 60W6 TO LOOXATlT! .
What's your problem. ? For a sea- '

t Convince:: HimAbigail oral reply, writ to Abby. Box 3365. D.w trs J

., livery Kills. Calif. 90212, and

include a If-addrtutd stamped en- .

a Van Bur en veto,.. Abby answers all: mail.
a. '


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DEAR ABBY: I accidentally found out from the social these two', which at first I did not believe. But when you THAR FI-NANSHUL / THAT SURGERY OU THEM-AMDTHEM FMslDOUT SAKTIMLYNOTV

security office that the man I married 16 years ago had nev- see two people, in a secluded spot away from the busy roads, ,..- F7HEV111N5 STAND1NS MIGHT. THEY CAMT fW FOR IT.r WE WOULDNTWA !

J er been legally divorced. I was advised to have a second what else can you believe? SAKELET LATER!! BETOO'EM JT THAT VOULDWE ,

xr? marriage ceremony performed. To 'my dismay, Mr. W. received CHRISTIAN DUTY I w IN LATE!:' > ,DEAR?

the idea as a joke and refused. I am 62 and Mr. W., DEAR DUTY: Even though the organist appears to have N hk

will be '80 in two weeks. I am worried about my future. pulled all the stops out, I'd pipe down if I were you. You II I

My lawyer advised me that according to Massachusetts lawI don't know all you should to exercise your "Christian duty'

!Atat am not Mr. W.'s legal wife, and h: cannot claim his estateor which also recommends that to err is human, to forgive '

get social security. I even got our 'priest to talk to him, divine. ttQ l Itf f cXka

-but it didn't help. Mr. W. is the most generous man in the *

31'" world and would give, me the moon if I asked for it, but :DEAR ABBY: No problem, just a great big thank you for l

: he will not consent to another ceremony. Can you help me? printing that excerpt from your book, DEAR TEEN-AGER 1 I

.. "MRS. (or am I?) "W." designed to help the teen-aged girl with an age-old prob-

lem: How to ,control boy ,who insists on making improper
DEAR "MRS. (I wish I knew) W. : The priest can tell
advances, _saying all the while that if she loved him she
r.4 Mr. W. what is pleasing in the eyes of the Lord, and --
would let him.
your lawyer can tell him- the requirements of the Law, butyou'd CHOP' '
am no teen-ager. am a young woman ;
better get Mr. W. to skip the moon- 9-;
your generous ,
t.r. my thirties, but I cut out that item and placed in in my w IT'S HIGH YJ OVER VISITIN'f GONE MORE'NHAIFAN SOME DADBURN WOOD -
and provide for security right here on earth.
'P purse for future use. The advice is'good for a woman.of any TIME T"V ELV/INEy. PAWpr
.'t: age who: is,, ,constantly pressured by a persistent Romeo. I VE GOT ,
a DEAR ABBY: I have a :problem._ I saw the organist of have .never known how to handle the problem without leaving

our church with a married man. And he wasn't hers. Should the man angry, 'disgusted and thinking I was square. cnCD

tI I tell the pastor to talk to her before she breaks up the From. now on it will'""be easy. I will simply reach into my I

I ,. ;. marriage or should I mind my own'business? 'I somehow feel purse, "hand'the excerpt to the guy and let it,speak for me. >.c \Q l

I\ wtI .. that it is my Christian duty to, set her straight. Don't tell I have a feeling it will save me a struggle and many words. r
I .c- me it is only my imagination. I had heard rumors 'about AVID READER W

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_. O Jackie Gleason <
.. to the network O Mighty Mouse 11:00 O DetectivesThe i
( radio 11:00 O Linus The Lionhearted (Return) This season's"American i
where he began on "Cop on Trial" is

, ,.q. 32 years ago. B CD Dennis The Men- originates Scene Magazinc" fronj- Matt Holbrook. It seems o / \

4\4 O Comer Pyle, USMC ace hoodlum Buzzy Moran got
s Miami Beach. In his opening
(Debut, ) In this half 11:30 O The Jetsons cut up trying to evade
.f=. a. hour comedy series, Jim B CD Fury monolog, The Great capture, and now his a.pI le MTU. :KINOREQUESTED ...)t u HAP PAVED THS NOW MW MUST IF"THEY APPEAR WE MAY HAVE 1
f ..." Nabors stars as the 12:00 O News Florida home, his summer' lawyer is charging Hol Z S QUEEN BAY,YOU HAVE LOAN> KM THE vs... THE VISITJNO TEAM YOUR HUSBANP.. FIND A NEW
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i\ "The Andy Griffith" series tality. YOUK FRIENDS IN PEKING. AND ADVICE ON in ITS MISSION...
CD Make Room For ,
York City boyhood. 11
; -naive, easygoing Daddy 11:30 B CD News, Sports, IZ .. 'l
\ 8:00 8 D Mr.
Magoo '
Gomer Pyle. Only now WeatherO
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. Marine Corps. Frank B Men vs.Into Space Jim Backus) plays ras- "The FBI Story. The IUE4

is Ser- cally Long John Silver in bureau's is chron
.i.isi t Sutton seen as CD Wrestling history dt
I geant Carter, a tough 1:00 B Touchdown "Treasure Island a two-' icled for a 30-year period i / ;
part version of the clas- through the true-life acti >
drill instructor continually NBC
1:30 8 CD Sports
the harebrained sic Robert Louis Stevenson vities of a fictional FBI N
plagued by -

t si( Gomer. Special(Color) Scheduled: the tale, to be concludednext man. The men track

"i 10:00 B Jack Paar men's Silver Belt Slalom week. down Dillinger and II{I) ,1w
8:30 B Porter
: (Color) Musical comedystar skiing competition, filmed "Baby Face" Nelson, en- I

f.. ,'!',- Mary Martin and the last May at the Sugar Gilligan's Island gage in counterespionageagainst
.. (Debut) Take one ship the Nazis and
-- comedy team of Mike Bowl ski resort in Norden, HERE'S >
I ":-- wreck, add seven survivors fight Communism. James TODWS K.R BO' I BY REQUEST
Nichols and Elaine May is
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and desolate island ; WE I4OW COME
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and have the forma
6 first show of the new season zigzag course set off by you Adams, Diana Jergens.I ...SERVING LINE SET THE 1"Io" +e SE3/INS
for this half-hour ;
Jack shows films of markers. Bud Palmer comedy (Two hours, 30 min.) MAKPJOSS LINE EA3AJM
;".. # series. Bob Denver, who a ,
. his recent visit to MissMartin's 'and Warren Miller nar- 12:00 8 Movie-Drama Y.. / I It
'i "Dobie GUlls'sbeatnick
!: ; played "The Amber-laa
Magnificent U
ranch in Brazil, rate the film. =

r. . where she raises chickensand 2:00 8 College Football: buddy Maynard"is I sons." (1942)) A young 6i Jr.
Gilligan, goofy first
cattle. man goes out of his way
Minnesota vs. Nebraska mate of the ill-fated ship I
t O The Saint ; to keep his mother from 6r
3:00 O To Be Announced
and Alan Hale is the
/ cap wedding the man she has'
CD The Fugitive 3:30 O Invisible Man
tain. After the ship- loved. ,I IW
3'. 11:00 B O News, Weather, Countdown to always Joseph Cot- I IIr .., r3 sv3M
.. 'IC.I 4:00 O NFL If .
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D (Color) Local News, 4:45 B CD Football island makeshift I J ,
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help. Other regulars who 1. "Sea Wife." (Drama,
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.. ( Backus and Natalie Schaf-: RAF officer, a businessman GAR* 3AYE HAS BEEN WP1OEPON H6 BE RREP }
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w (Mystery? 1956)I I 5:30 CD Flintstoaes W NEVER PIP FEEL HE WAS CLUB. .
,- ton Howells; Tina Louise: adrift in a rubber' 'ANY GOOD: OF rr ALL:
:oW 11:30 B CD Johnny Carson i O Porter Wagoner is Ginger Grant, a student raft after their ship is, !
R Variety 1:00 B Fishing Fun of the theatre Russell r I s
to: I ; torpedoed by a Japanese =:
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.i :lish; 1958)) ,Rock *n' Ro D News, Sports, Mary Ann Summers. Sydney. 2. The Spider =--

singer Dave Wayne i Weather O Addams Family Woman Strikes Back."

j drafted into the Arm: a New, Weather, Gomez and Morticia rust (Melodrama; 1946)) A
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"lo,...'I. of "growing up." Fran! "Duty Brand.1 Fry Me baseball to playin blind woman. Brendr .:;)

I Vaughan, Carol Lesley Cord, and Sarge are escorting with his -.
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BUSINESS ,. ...'. MARKET ":; '>,." .' FREEMAN TOURS STATE : ..i: .1 .. "f'

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11 REVIEW 'r:): .REPORT._ _. Surveys- N. Florida Floods

I ,.. LAKE'' CITY Secretary of
IlL Late Morning :.x' Agriculture Orville Freeman

Readers' Request S. 1' Stw told more than 300 farmers and

P ,N. Y. Listing ranchers here yesterday of the

U. S. Department of Agriculture's -

are Tht requested following specifically market/ by quotations readers AllisChal 22tt IntNick 83% deep concern for the losses I

:z isA4 Hurricane Dora. I
PJierCeWulbernMNEW AmAir 44 Jones&L 85 a!

.. AmCan 44% KaisAl 344 He made a flying tour of the

.-, YORK STOCKEXCHANGE ; St Oil Ind _._:2.00b 88%'Fidelity Fund ............ 18.51 AmCyan 59% Ken'cott 91% areas of Northcentral Florida,

Sterl Drug .65 27% Fidelity Trend -..-..._..., 19.63 AmMot '17%, Lig&My 83% S. accompanied by Florida Com-

J Abbott Lab 2.40 411s Texas Util 1.20 64 Fund'tal Invest _'_ 11.45 AT&T 68% Locli'd 38% missioner of Agriculture Doyle

I. Allied Chem .. _.- 1.80 53% Textron w.......... 1.40 47% Income of Boston __ 8.62 AmTob 35% Lorillard 44% Conner ASC State Committeeman -

,Amerada :P*, ,_w_ 2.00 81% Tidewater .._11- -. 3314 Incorporated Inc -.......,. 10.15 ,AmpxCp 17% Mag'vox 28% Stuart Simpson and other
Am Elc Pow' 1.16b 45% Trans W A ,-..-.........- 44% keystone K-2 5.81 t state and county officials.
4 Anaconda 55%, MM&M 57 .
Amer Enka 1.40a 66% Union Pac __-'_ 1.60a 43% Keystone S-3 ----. -_-... 17.59 'i' a / Freeman spoke to the assembled -
( Amer Hone 1.44a 64% Und Air L 1.50b 48% Keystone S-4 ..............?_-... 5.02We 48% Mohasco 144 4 farmers and officials' at

J I Amer M Fdy .90, 19 Upjohn 1.00 48% Investors ..........r. 10.50 ACL 79% Mons'to 85% 1.y the Lake City Airport He discussed -

Armco Stl 3.00 73% Jim Walter 24% Life.Stock. Fund '8.07) Babcock 36% MontWd 38% the current damage situ

I Atch Topka '_ 1.20a 33V War Lamb .70 31% Mass. Inv Stock r---.17.20 BethStl 41% NatDair 82% ation with the farmers for more
Baxter Lab .30 26% Worthintn 1.50 49 Mass. Inv Growth 9.09
63 NatDist than hour.
Boeing % 27% an:
I' I Beckman In 67 Xerox _......._'-i 123% Pioneer Fund _._ 10.19'uritan

Beech LF S 1.10 49% Zenith ._......._...... 1.20a 67% Fund -..-...,r--r 9.75'utnam Borden 77'A' .!Av 51% At the request of James Wer
Bristol My .80 66% Growth _16.16 Brunswk 8% Penney 58% show, president of the Alachua
I Brown Shoe 3.40 107 YORK (AP) The following bid TV & Elev ._.-.._.._... 8.38 CaterTr 35% PRR 39% County Farm Bureau, Freemansaid

Brunswick '__ 8% end asked quotations supplied by the Value Line Inc .......... 5.84 Celanese '67% PepCola? 59% that the Agriculture De-

I Cambell S ._,,_ 2.40 35% ers National/ Inc.,Association do not represent of Securities actual transactions Deal-- Wellington Fund T1J.- 15.49 Chrysler 63% Phi!Pet 53%I ',..tea partment would give serious

I I t Carter Pdt 1.ooa 16% of the range but are within the which NASD's these estimate securities N Y S E MOST ACTIVE CocaCola 134% RCA 31% consideration, to extend the expiration -
Case J l 21% could have been sold (bid) or Freeman in FloridaSecretary date of Oct. 17 on the

< Cessna Air ......_.-: 1.00 29% bought (asked): Complete Vol.STOCKS Close 'Changes CorEd 54Vi RepStl 49% emergency measure allow ng

Ches Ohio __-- 4.00 77% Alico Land -S 9% 254 800 Chrysler 62% off 1% ConEdis 93% Revlon 38% of Agriculture Orville Freeman took a tour of flood ,damaged North- farmers to graze livestock on
f Coas S Gas '_ 29% Amer Fidel Life __'_ 23% ContCan 49% ReyTob 44%
109 500 Tex Gulf Sul 57% off % central Florida yesterday and spoke to some 300 farmers at Lake City. Here, acreage they had diverted from
CBS 1.80b 41% Amer Heritage 22% 107 400 Std Oil Ind 88% off 4% DowChe 74 StRegP 3314 Freeman (second from left) has coffee and chats with, from left, State Sen. G. production under the Feed
fc Comb Eng..... ... 1.20 303 Amer Mat Ins 21%
T. Melton, Florida Commissioner Agriculture Doyle Conner and' Alachua Grain and Conservation Reserve
98 200 Amer Stand 23% off 1' duPont 268% Sears 124V4EAL -
/ Cone Mills .80 19% Amer Pioneer Life 7%
County Farm Bureau President James Wershow.
95 100 Pam Am 30& programs.Papei i
J Cont Airl ........_ .40 2114 Anheuser Busch .._.-.w. 59% up T/s 30% Sinclair 45% ;
Contl Ins 2.20 60 Anodyne 4Vi 83 300 Reading Co 17>/; up 1% E.Kodak '131% Socony 82%

'r Contrl Data- '_ 851h Citizens Bank .......... 37 79 600 Std Oil I Wi 44% up 2% Firestone .44-SouthnC" 62% Claims Election Wins
Corn Pdts 1.50 5414 Conn Lt. & Pow -37 77 000 Westg El 38% up \i FlaPw 50%. SperryR 14% Barry's ;

Delta Air ........... 1.60 621h Cowles Mag & Pb 11% 64 500 Erie-Lack 7% off % FlaP&L 84 StBrand 75V

: Det Steel .60 151h Dunn & Bradst w.,,_.---... 60Vi 64 300 Xerox Corp 123% up 3% Ford 56%.StONJ 88% Libel SuitJACKSONVILLE

: { Emerson El ,...-...., 1.00 43th Florida Gas 10% 62 100 Sunshn Mng 35 up 1% FrmstDa 12% Studebak 6% Would End Price .

! j Fair Camera .50g 25 Fla Nat'l Bank ...-....-.. 64 54 700 Warner B P 21% off % FreptSul 41 Swift 54% Supports (APSev-

t Finan'l Fed 42th Fla Tele ___._. 28V4 52 800 Com Sat Cp 33% off 1% FruehTr 34% Texaco 81 &.. -- en former officials of the now
f Fst Chartr 1.97f 3OV. Forrest Labs 21 51 900 Am Airline 44 up 1 GenDyn 37% Thiokol 13%'
MIAMI BEACH (AP-Secre- lush citrus belt to a meet friend of the farmer. He has abolished city of Boulougne
{ Fla, E Cst 1334 Founders Life ....--__ 9% 50 000 St Paul 32'g off ,,1% GenEl 37% UCarb 123%I'I Ida's have lost libel suits
tary of Agriculture Orville Freeman of the Fruit and Vegetable helped critical farm legis- they
.,.. ... .. .... 56% GenFds pass
*> Food Fair .. .. .90 21'fa Franklin Life AMER STK EXCH 92% UnitAirc 58% brought the Florida
told Florida farmers Association.He lation as a House member, a against
FMC Corp 1.00 57 Great American ........ 11% GenMills 41% UnFruit 21% Co.
Fst West Fin. 13% roller ................50 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS GenMtrs 99% US Steel 62% Thursday that a Republican victory told a news conferencehere senator and as President." Publishing
Volume Close Stocks "in November would that if Sen. Goldwa- Later at before the
Frito Lay ........, ..,-. 42 Gulf Life 52% Goodrich 57% UnivMat 15% mean Barry a speech The plaintiffs were ordered to
117 100 Cinerama 4 off 1% the end of farm price supports. ter wins in November, it will Florida Fresh Fruit and Vegetable -
Gen Tele, .,-- .... .88 33th Herff Jones x..15 Goodyr 46% WestgEl 38% pay the publishing firm's costs.
109 500 Fotochrome 9 off 1% Freeman stumped the state bring an immediate end to all Association, Freeman said .
Ga Pacif _'_ l.OOb 52% Home Ins 68% Greyhnd 24% WinnDix .38
Getty Oil ...- --- .10g 24% Kennasaw Life _'_ 10% 61 300 Barnes Engr 23 up 3% GulfOil 58% Woolwth: 28 for the Democratic ticket on a farm price supports.The statements and extreme emotionalism Circuit Judge Tyrie A. Boyer
Grace Co 1.00b 55 Life of Fla 8Lowes 57 600 Magellan Pete 4 up % Int Har 8344TALLAHASSEE tour that took him from Flori- agriculture secretary said serve no useful prr- also dismissed the cases against I
53 200 Lodge & Ship 1% up 14 ever since Goldwater has been three remaining defendants
Hel Curtis .w.-...... .80 16 Company __ 19% pose.
IBM 5.00 432 Milgo Electron M.-. ..-. 12 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS'Purchases I in 'the Senate, he "has voted He told the organization that State Sen. Harry 0., Stratton of t

Int Min C .............. 1.80a lOVe Mort Guaranty Ins 23% ------- ......- 422,795 Collusion Hinted against every piece of farm legislation "certain office seekers" in the Callahan; Harry C. Wichman f

Int Tele -?-......., 1.00 56% Pacific SE Air ...., .-.,-_ 30 Short Sales 4,570 ." present political campaign are and Burwich Inc., motel opera-

Kellogg ------ .80a 47% Schlitz Brew __'__'_______ 46% Other Sales ,..-...._..., 422,670 The Cabinet officer described mounting an often violent attackon tors, but gave the plaintiffs "

Lehman CP ,-.-,?.,-,-,. 1.34e 29% Secur Life & Tr 64 Total Sales .__.__._......, 427,240 In State Purchasing: President Johnson as a "staunchTmfco' the federal government.State leave to file amended complaints t

Letton In .-.....-...., 1.98f 71% Southern Nitro ... 24% against such remaining
i Lone S CM .-..... ._.. 1.00 21% travelers Ins -_-_- 42% PREVIOUS DAY'S (AP :" Hintsof days without taking bids. defendants.The i

Marsh Fld 1.60 47% Union Security & Inv 9% STOCK MARKET possible ,collusion among Bids are .required in pur- suits, which sought a to-

Martin M ...-....... 1.00 18% Advances 550( firms selling articles to the chases of over $1,000 but the Charges
AMERICAN tal of $3.25 million, basedon
McGR Hill _'_ .60a 35% STOCK EXCHANGE Declines ... ...-.__.... .: 544 state were brought to light bya university bought them in sep- a news item in the were Jackson-

Mead Corp 1.70 47 Aerojet-Gen ___. 30% Unchanged 265 legislative subcommittee- investigating arate amounts of under* $1,000 ville- Journal Jan. 9, 1963. Th .
t Merkd -.--- _-_ 2.00a 43% Analex Corp .___._......-. 247/ Total Issues 1,359 state purchasing each. Damaging: KellyCOCOA article quoted criticism by
Matl Airl -...-...... .80 53 New 1963-64 Highs '_ 70New policies. ,
Chem "This deliberate violation
Aqua 16% was- a Stratton 'about traffic arrests In
N Y Centl ....-...... .50g 47% 1963-64, Lows 13 Ralph Siller told a study law '
of the Siller said.
Barnes Engineer 23 the
town UJS. 1 at the Georgia
Nia M Pow 2.00 56% group headed by. Rep. .Wei- BEACH, "Unprov- Board of Control and the p
Butler Shoe 9% "We told them about it, butthat's border.
-- -
t 1' Norfolk W 6.00 133% Make borne> Daniel of Lake County en charges of Communists and administrators of the state's ;
Chromaloy _.. '_ 14% Study all we can do.
/ No Ind P'S '_ 1.48 65 that in some cases the low bid- pinkos in Florida's colleges and institutions of higher learning
Cinerama 4
I t No Nat Gas 1.80 54 Sci 22% Of Smoking In ders on paper supplies with- He suggested central. motor universities can have a devas- have a screening program head- Boys' Club Sets
I Olin Math 1.20 43% Computer ----- -- --- pool for all state agencies in tating effect on excellent progress ed by a former FBI agent and
- drew their offers, leaving the
Cutter Labs A .. .._ ... 16%
", Owens II G ............. 2.50 106 Grade School field to competitors. certain areas as a means to the state has made in the have established policies which Kids' .
Data Control _'_ 60% Show
| Pac G & E 1.00 32V4 save taxpayer money. field of higher education," Sen. control the infiltration of Com Dog
Fulton Inds 10 Questioned Daniel Siller
I Pac Lting w........ 2.40 29% JACKSONVILLE (AP) ,- A by He also suggested giving his Scott Kelly said here today. munists into the higher education
f Pac T & T 1.20 28% Gen Develop 4% survey shows that 507 fifth and said it was possible that collu- office greater authority to con- Defending academic freedomin system. For SaturdayDogs
Jax Minit Mkts ... 8th sion was involved'in the trans-
,* Pan Amer A 1.20 30% .r. sixth grade pupils in Palm trol purchasing practices of the a speech to the Florida Fed- Kelly said recent charges of
Airlines 6% actions.
Parke Dav '_ 1.00 28% Mackey Beach County schools smoke He didn't say outright separate state agencies.The eration of Women's Clubs, Kelly Communists and pinkos is the of all breeds,.shapes and
Mead Johnson
Pennzoil ..........._.. 2.00 37% tobacco, the Florida Committee whether his office had found" study subcommittee will said that if such statements are I type of propaganda which sizes will be competing for prizes -,
Pac NW Tele ........ 23
Pfizer ... .80a 47% .w.- on Smoking and Health re-any 'cases'of price fixing. make a report later to the as boys and girls in the
---- Philips Elec ... ...... 45 parent "allowed to go unchallenged, it i"could lead to political domina
Phelps DG .. 3.00 71% ported.It Siller! .reported: that Florida A which .Daniel .heads. Gainesville area display "man's
I -- --- Redwing Carriers ........10% group can lead to a special brand of tion of the board of Control and
: Polaroid .-.... .., .20 156th said 7,101 students were sur and M University 'for Negroesat Recommendations on reorganization persecution that label our university best friend" in the Boys' Club
Ric Group _'-..-,.. ... 3% once was system.
Pub SV E G '_ 2.60 381h veyed.Dr. I Tallahassee bought' of the will be I Kids' Dog Show at
$8,0001 government led 'McCarthyism. Saturday
Sperry R. Wts. .......... 6% "Are we to stand idly by and
Pure Oil 1.60 6331 Syntex 52% James E. Fulghum, secretary -I worth of air conditioners in' 60 presented to the 1965 legislature. The Lakeland'senator said the see irresponsible charges of' 1:30: p.m.
1.00 40% of the committee said the
Rayonier I'
.w.- Tampa Elec 26 Communists and pinkos
on our Dogs in the Smallest Dog class
.50b 553 is its attention
Rexall Tech Measur _...........19 group now directing .- YOUR MONEY'S WORTH campuses and the threat of the must be over six months old.
Metl .50 36% to of
Reyn TWA Wts _..-.-...._... 28% a program encouraging ] stigma of guilt by association I Rules governing the show:
Rich Merr 1.00 573'4 education of school children j

tfi\ R C Cola'.....'_ 1.20 19% MUTUAL FUNDS to the relationship bet wee n I! continue to hang over the heads II 1. All
of educators contestants must keep
our like black-
Roy Dutch ..... ..1.73g 45th Affiliated Fund 9.22 smoking and health. a
Cost of leash at all times.
Living Going HigherBy jack in the hands of a thug?" on
Searle GD .90 624 4 Capital Life & Gr 10.15 The committee includes repre- Kelly asked. 2. Every dog must be brushed,

Singer......W......... 2.00 89th Divers Growth ________ 10.11 sentatives of the State Board 'of cleaned and combed. '
: Smith KIn -_--------- 1.20a 62 Dividend Shares _____-'_ 3.93; Health, Florida Medical Association 'I "We have worked too hard 3. Each

,h ,. Sou C L PD -1.05 3-11h Dreyfus ___..............-., 21.15 Florida'Heart Association, and too long in building our university with contestant his must be
Porteris present dog at least 30
Sl Oil Cat. 2.00 M% Fidelity Capit 11.69 Florida division of the American Sylvia system toward greatnessto
minutes before show time.
1\ Cancer Society and Florida Tuberculosis -, ', .- -- 11iU' ;'- allow intimidation and
threats Judges for the show are Mrs.
I and Respiratory Diseases Your cost-of 'living-today! great challenge in of political reprisal to
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVG.. WED.. SEPT. 23 'levels coming hardly a background against .wreck our efforts," he said. William Cody, Dr. Carl Holland i
Association. at the highest in, Historyand months will be keeping the eros- which businessmen voluntarily
(e) New York Ttssea Kelly said the justificationfor and Pete Bethel. Entry blanks
: it will;creep upward to ions as modest as theyh a ve post widespread price re-
High Low Close Net'Chg.. academic freedom was es- may be obtained at the, Boys'
still loftier peaks in the foreseeable ... been.A ductions.A .
E ; 25 Rails 145.34 144.55 145.70 Up .71 County's.Jobless future."h' second icy point is that tablished by Thomas Jeffersonwho Club or at the local elementary 'J!

25 Indust 896.54 884.32 888.63 Off 3.95 There nothing on the 'economic the incomes of the vast majority reason why lies in founded the University of schools.'i I:

\ 50' Stocks 521.44 514.43 517.16 Off 1.62 horizon now to reverse of Americans, are rising the persistent upswing in wages ,Virginia. In defense of a great

t, this basic trend. There are no much faster than pi'icesand and salaries. Although the ,university system and academic N. C. Baptist

STOCK Rate Rises policies which r easonab I y only a minor few forced to live mounting efficiency of their operations -freedom, Kelly suggested thestate's I

t FLASHES could be adopted by either a on' fixed incomes are being permits many corporations leaders heed the statement To Dedicate
MARKETNEW Democrat or a Republican in hurt by the price-dollar trends. to absorb the wage hikes by Jefferson: "If a nation -.
TALLAHASSEE AlachuaCounty's and still earn handsome profits expects to be ignorant and I
I the White House that'would result Our dollar gains from climb-
YORK' (AP-The) stock jobless rate moved in lowering living costs ing paychecks, dividends, oth- the rising wage costs puta free, it expects what never was New SanctuarySunday

I market remained on an even Dow Jones Stock Averages upward August following its acrosstheboard.The er "forms of income-plus tax floor under prices.A and never will be."

keel today despite the striker normal seasonal pattern, the buying powerof your cuts-dwarf our dollar losses Kelly stated that the broad will mark another
against General Motors. Trad Previous Day j 2nd Hour Florida Industrial Commission dollar today is at the lowest from price increases. Since i the third reason why lies in]|charges have touched him per- milestone for North Central

ing was moderately active ear- 872.98 | 30 Indust up 0.42 reported. level ever and it will shrink 1953, for instance the averaeg baJc advancing metals prices and materials of key I sonally' because hems a sister, Baptist, with the formal dedication
afternoon. Eighty three new claims for in the foreseeable fu- i Dr. Anne Kelly, who is a professor of the church's new
ly this 218.37 ( 20 Rails ''off 0.22 more income of U. S. families has with U. S. ton4e
GM was at its weakest just jobless pay were filed from ture. soared 83 per cent while prices industry uses at the University of South sanctuary at the 10:50 a.m.
t before the strike was put intoeffectAt 152.76 ( 15 UtiL ''off 0.23 Alachua County, 11 higher thanin There is nothing on the economic -have-risen 27 per centA finished scattered goods. The price Florida in Tampa.He worship hour.Another .

that time it was down 309.51, I 65 Stocks ''off 0.08 July. The commission salt horizon now toreverse third key point is that'most likes are real are and they but they said the charges are highlight In the days
are sticking.
1%' at 99. After the news was 5,840,000] Volume I 2,260,000 654 weeks of unemploy men t this basic trend either. Nor of the rise in living costsin As our factories and, plants "grossly unfair .to my sister, program will be the organ

I out it steadied and halved the compensation ihth were paid compared are ,there policies which reasonably ,this era has been in service move toward capacity output, her colleagues and the professors dedication at 2:30 Sunday afternoon
loss. 413 in July. could be 'pursued by Meanwhile of on the campuses of all our
prices. prices .
the will be the with Robert Reed organist
baker eased. pressures on *
still holder of some Unemployment in Alan h u a. either President Johnson state colleges and universities," '
Du Pont or goods have been holdingordecliningand I
for the Baldwin
side of I'I'I
the rise in
accelerating Company
IBM gained 3 Union
23 million GM shares which it points. County normally peaks in August Sen. Goldwater should he become ; the quality of He said they are all "cast under I

must distribute, remained down Carbide and Control Data rose troughs in November, President 'that would the goods has been sharply im living costCould suspicion by this irresponsible 3:30, performing.will be an informal Following: at

about 2 points, trimming its more than a point each. peaks again in March or April make the dollar 'buy more. proved. We are using more the price dollar scattergun attack on our sys- and house honoring reception -

P L loss a little after the walkouts Pure Oil sank more than 2 as and troughs again in Mayor For your own financial well- services than ever before and trends be reversed? Police e s tem of higher education.". I former pastors open and the building ,.,

began at GM plants throughout a couple of investment firms June.In being, it, is imperative that paying more for them, because bringing on a severe depression Kelly defined academic free- committee mem&ers. 1
the nation., withdrew their bids for the com the past few years, the you understand these hard our: standard of living is increasing might achieve this (a mild recession dom as "the pursuit of truth."

I Other motor stocks were gen pany's assets. rate generally has varied from facts and forecasts about living our demands are becoming wouldn't). It's unthink- He said that ,"Stu 'ents and

erally higher. Steels remained Standard Oil of Indiana, downa slightly above one per cent to I costs and the U.S.. dollar more sophisticatEd able that any modern-day Pres- teachers should be able to study Bibles Stolen'

narrowly 'mixed, continuing couple of points underwent above two per cent of the work I particularly in these weeks and many services defy auto- ident or Congress would deliberately and inquire into controversial

their'.pattern since the ,recent profit-taking on Thursday's 4- force.. This does not ,include when 1964's election oratory mation. adopt programs threatening subjects with the confidence thatif Sisteen Bibles are reported

rally in steels topped out. Rub point jump which was based on students seeking summer jobs. will,encourage distortion, exaggeration Why do I flatly predict that a general slump! they are ever mindful of their missing from the Carol Es-

bers gained moderately.The the company's iron ore discovery Masons befuddlement. living ,costs will continue to A worldwide deflation causedby responsibility as dtfrens of a tates Baptist Church, 1428 liE2&th
Associated Press averageof In Alaska. Will A first key: point is that the climb,the dollar's buying power I a lack of credit to finance free nation and fulfill this responsibility Place, reported Mrs. H.

60'stocks at noon was un- Polaroid and U.S. Smelting Grant DegreesThe pace of rise in living costs will continue to shrinkandour expansion, might achieve it they need have no I,. Jones Thursday. The Bibles
changed: 325.9 with'industri. gained 1 each. Fractional advances and of decline in the dollar's challenge will be' keepingthe 'Right now, the financial lead- fear of witch-bunting and cen- are valued at $37.75.;

als unchanged, rails off .2 and were made by Lorillard, Past Master's and Mark buying power has slowed, to a erosions under control? ers of the free world are work sorship. Academic' freedom is

utilities up ,.2. Jersey Standard, General Dynamic Master's degrees will be conferred creep in recent years. In the A first reason why lies in ing together to make, sure this synonymous with academic re Men to MeetThe

'The Dow Jones industrial average and Phelps Dodge. by Gainesville ChapterNo. past,12 months the,erosion has our own prosperity. Our per- i doesn't happen. sponsibility."

at noon was up .42 at Prices were generally' higherin 2, Royal Arch Masons, Mon been only a, bit over one- per sonal incomes are ,up a huge I 'It well may be that gradually The Board of Control's policy North Central Baptist

873.40. quiet trading on the'.Amer day at 8 p.mat ,the Masonic cent-equivalent, to stability in $27 billion over a year ago,.arerunning' rising living costs and a on academic freedom follows Brotherhood will meet for their
'- Chrysler' 'recouped almost allJ can Stock Exchange. Temple.The our dynamic; society. We are .at an. annual, rate :o{ gradually shrinking buying power these guidelines; he said, audit, monthly fellowship breakfast

ol Thursday's .1%-point loss. Corporate bonds rose slightly York Rites' Festival win still living in a,remarkably prolonged $491 billion-plus. We have for the dollar are the has been successfully blended Sunday morning at the Howard

Fordgained a fraction. AmericanMotors U.S. government bonds were begin with this event An visit. 1 period of extraordinary earnings to spend savings to "prices" we must pay, for rec with proper safeguards ,fit. Johnson restaurant Time' for

J was steady.: Stude mostlyunchanged.: ing companions are welcome. price and dollar stability. ,Our draw ,on;:credit:to use' This ord 'prosperity; employme n t subversives. the meeting Is 7:30 am.

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11 t4. Gainesville Sun Friday, September 25 1964

J21 Male Help Wonted

,-. -- .,- 1 _.. __ >- rnHNA' installation man. Must

experienced and reH'bfe. Apply .

: CLASSIFICATION to person Tech T-V, 122 NW
_. 0" ..,.. ""-
ISEEby 14th Ave.WANTED _
->0 / V INDEX ** White experienced.
THERE In landscaping aced- yard m1Mtenance.
I' \ ., Apply at BevWe's ,Nurle
r.n NewberryKMd.

k'i\ 'J : l .. ..1 EMPLOYMENT ery on Foreman on
1 d- .. ; .. Y. the SUNII : ; .. :- ANNOUNCEMENTS small ranch. New CE 2 bedroom
_. furnished with
i !-b'" 1 In Memorlam" house partially -
_. utilities included plus .salary.
j III' II :-.2 Card of Thanks I Ii...
POLICE, .FIRE REPORT block NW 8th St. May cited 3 Lost & Found management.475-S561 for interview Phone Melrose **

ft C Accident Roundup for careless driving causing NORTH .. i.. ,. ,! '4 Personalized Services WANTED male cook must be,' at
5 Travel Information IS- least. 20 old. full time. No
\ i yrs.
I The following accidents minor accident. t Special'Notices : students please. Apply in person
I' are :J 214
Kep'ucky Fried.rjikn N.W.
Susan Karpman Fellner 2001 7 Florists J-; -
reported and investigated by : 13th St._. .y. _
.the Gainesville Police. Department NW 31 Ter., and Kenneth Her- 8 Baby Sifters Child Care NEED Immediately m the Gaines
9 Places To Go And
schel Stephenson Ocala 5:10 ville. Alachua County area masons -
during the past 24 Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE carpenters, cement finish
I 1 :pjn. Thursday, 400 block NW ers. trim eh:. Please write'giving
hours: full name. telephone num-
:34th St.Richard. ber and a* least three references .
Emilio E. .Herrero, 1628 NW Owen 1317 of previous employment as well
" Wynn 76 Airplane Sales Rentals 'as type work applied for. Write
I 3rd' PL, and parked car owned NW 8th St., and J. A. McClure, 78 Trucks for Sale WORTHWHILE to Quality Homes P.O. Box 48-
J Jacksonville i 1 Fla.
by Ronald James Reid 1513 NWj" .
St. Petersburg, 8:43 a. m. 7! Trucks Wanted 32211_

5th Ave., 7:20 p.m. Thursday Thursday, 207 SW 13th St. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals WANTED appliance salesman salary -

it 1500 NW 5th Ave. 82 Trailer Rentals plus commission. Apply 1108
I Fire Calls CENTRAL N. Main St.
13 Motorcycles aV Scooters _
Milton May Jr., 623 SW 3rd At 7:42: p.m. Thursday, wash- 84 Automobile Repairs WORKING DISH ROOM SUPERVISOR -

j"I Ave., and parked car owned by ing spilled gasoline into storm 85 Automobiles for Sale group, Sober leader.reliable Meals able to aV workas uniforms .-

Glenn Mayfield, 3627 SW 15th sewers on SW 3rd St from Uni- 84 Swap Cars furnished. Salary commen-
surate with,willingness to WORK.
St., 6:39 p.m. Thursday; unit versity to 2nd Avenues. 87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL Position open Immediately 'Apply

to Mr. George Summers.
Main Cafeteria U. of Fla. Equal

Opportunity Employer._
Go IS Schools 8. Instruction CLUB STEWART. Reference required -
Supervisors 19 Music. Dancing must be reliable sober'
; 20 WantedInstructionEMPLOYMENT and Intelligent/ capable of man'
agement. Good salary for right
: man. Write Box 591-A CO Gainesville

i I To Safety School FLORIDAt 11 Female Help Wanted READING HELP apply Sun.WANTED in person one only.truck Duke driver.Lum-..

12 Male Help Wanted ber. end SuPPly. 1104 S. MainSt.

13 HelP-Male or Female .

: By TOM MILLSAPS Citizens Safety Council, a civic 14 Sales Help Wanted MAN wanted for debit insurance
I work. Age 25 40. high school
organization dedicated to promote 16 Work Wanted Female education permanent Reply Box
Gory examples of what can 17 Work Wanted Male SV2A. Gainesville Sun. -
in school home
1 happen to workmen who ignore ,
traffic, industry and other related 13-Help Male or Female
\ l safety rules were vividly illustrated FARMS & LIVESTOCK IN

o at a safety school for in- areas. 26 Farm Equipment Sell KNAPP SHOES full or part
time. Earn S25 to S150 a weekon
.I dustrial supervisors held in the Areas firms sending representatives :. .+ 27 FeW 8. Fertilizer high commissions and bonus.

t to the course are: 28 Livestock 81 Supplies Steady year round busi
Guaranty Federal building this ness. Equipment: furnished free.
6 Sperry, City Utilities, Sunlant 29 Landscaping Top Son Write to Wm. E. Pierce 730 N.
week. 30 Pets 4 Supplies Hyer Orlando. Fla.
Af raining. Center. Koppers Co.
Mangled' hands and fingers 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL PHYSICAL THERAPIST needed Im
Cabot Gabon and Tennessee Gas mediately for Daytona Beach orthopedists
1 Hashed across the movie screen Transmission. office. Write box 590-M
Gainesville Sun.
as Instructor R. L. Adams from THE

Jacksonville officer of the Flor- 54'Business Opportunities 14-Sales Help Wanted
f to Loan :
MA 57 Money
I ida Indus t'r i i, a 1, Commission Silver Work 'L ; 58 Mortgages SALESMAN to sell completed

(FIC) .explained to supervisory ,. 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE homes opportunity.on buyers Contact lot.Tampa Excellent Builders '

personnel of local and county Course Offered 1 'pIr'sr Manager, Gene, 372.7401.16Work Paramore. Local

I industrial films the necessity of

Again: at UF 61 Wanted to Buy Wanted Female
safety precautions in their operations a a'
62 Machinery aV Tools
: i sz SUN SENIOR beautician. 4Vi yrs. ex erl-
r .' The Craft Shop in the Florida 63 Building Materials ence. 24 yrs. old. presently doing
. The school is called a "Ten .s ,vy kr 64 Household Goods high styling for well established
Union will again offer ,aJr .py salon In St. Petersburg. Husband
Hour Safety Short Course" and lee nA4.t 65 Antiques will be at U. of F. two fu .V
special sintruction in silver 64 Misc. For Salt yrs. Call FR 29420. I a m. to 7
is presented by the FIC's de p.m..
work for a series of eight weeks 67 Trading Post.

partment of industrial safety. beginning 4> Fuel Oil 8. Woods COLORED girt would work as
"' Thursday night, Oct. lat maid days or regularly Contact
Adams said the free serviceis 7:30 p.m. A1- ; 70 Boats Marine Equip. Addie Jean at 704 N. W.. 12tti
4 71 Camp Hunt Fish Ter.
available to firm underW
any Mrs. Amy Berner will assist Equipment WANT COLORED woman wants work will

o r'kmen's Compensat ion, the regular Craft Shop assistant ;; $: 72 73 Office Musical Merchandise tune care for own children transportation.part or Refer-full

s pointing out that it is designedto
Carlos Artaud, in teaching M ence. Phone 591-2415.

give basic safety principles the various silver tech-! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I DO IRONING In my home. Mln. ,.
charge 10 cents per piece. Phone
t, ,adaptable, to the supervisor'sparticular niques. The series is availablefree siffi'a a. 32 Mobile Homes for Salt FR 42036.MEDIUM .

I) plant needs. to students, faculty, staff 33 Lots for Sale AGE white woman with
:34 Waterfront Property exper i e n c e wants babysittingwhile
Certificates were awarded at and their families. It is requested mother works. 3541 SE IJtti
for Salt
35 Ave.
,1 noon today to representatives that if the silver lessons are 36 Cottages for Salt ADS LICENSED practical nurse will

f attending from local industries. started, attendance will be reg- 37 Real Estate Exchanged care for ill In your home.

Earlier, the representatives received ular during the series. Silver 38 Real Estate Wanted Phone 376-9864

f textbooks and -pamphlets supplies ,are available for pur- "() I n DJi i ; : '- :39 Out of Town Property 17 Work Wonted Molt

40 Business Properties
related to the instruction. chase. "
41 Residential Income
The program has been I n Persons interested ,: Announcements 18 Schools & Instruction
are requested .: .. : 'f'h't! 42 Farms 8. Acreage

'' effect since 1949. Since that to call UF extension : '
tune, 966 classes have been 2951 or sign up in the Craft : : r 3 LOST & FOUND DEVELOP fear-apply confidence practical- overcome tech--

held with 1,146 firms participating. Shop. The class roll will be lim- RENTALS nique develop personality deserve
\ Rentals BOSTON Bull Terrier, answers to recognition be an influ
43-1 Colored Property
To date 17,853 industrial the
ited. name Mickey Tag no. 275. ence.
I representatives have completed 44 Cottages for Rent Brindle color lost around NE BS degree 25 years experience.
CALL FOR BIDS 45 Furnished Apts. J. section. Reward. Call 2-2398 or Start October 1. _
the course Adams said. Sealed bids will be received in the City r'f during day FR*4-7171. "
44 Unfurnished Apts. For information call Mrs. Rhea
Hall. Hawthorne Florida .at II:CC! A.M.on .
Starting Monday;. the course the 2nd day of October. 1964 for the 47 Houses for Rent Furn. LOST on old Newberry Rd. near 376-7/24 after 5 p.m. or Hotel
city limit black and tan hound. Thomas 372.9501.HIGH .
instruction covered the gamut demolition or removal of the building 43 Houses for Rent Unfurn. slipped his collar./ Contact Jack .
on Section 36060-2505 in Alachua County. Seville SCHOOLat
of industrial safety, offering These buildings are located en tie right YOUR 49 Rooms for Rent 31 -SJ17. home free booklet. A m e r lean
I I of way of U. S. 301 between Hawthorn 1 50 Mobile Homes LOST large black tom cat on U of School. P. O. Box 1441. Jacksonville
suggestions and covering general and Orange Heights.No Rentals f campus. Answers to the name Fla 32214. I
bid will be considered'unless It Is IUmltted 51 Misc. of Brower. Reward. Phone FR
rules. Todoy's meeting instructed on the official proposal fnrm provided 51A Wanted 'To Rent 6-2160 or FR 2-3572 MEN 4.women U to 33 to train for

the supervisors how to by the State Road Department.Such 52 Boarders Wanted LOVE, concern Individual attention Examinations.CIVIL SERVICE For Informationsend
proposal forms and information regarding await 3 children for
I set up a program adapted to this Call for Bids er Inspection 53 Office .- Desk Space day care In my home. S child yrs. name. address & Phone No.
t of the buildings may be obtained from 54 Business Rentals professional child guidance ex Key Training Service. 112 W.
their own particular plants. C. L. Wilson. District Chief. Fkx>aa State perience. $10 wk. Call Mrs. King Adams St.. Jacksonville.

The school arranged by Road Department Lake City. Florida or 376-0972.
was from the County Engineer's Office. SERVICE Real Estate Exam
G. N. :Owen, industrial and occupational Gainesville. Florida. LOST BROWN LEATHER zip up>> COURSE
Each bid must be accompanied: by a 22 Special Services attache case contains clip ATTEND First lesson f-ee.
safety chairman of cashier's check or other non.IIl'ICellable board and valuable personal rIOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Gainesville-Alachua Instrument In an amount equal to S100.00fo 23 Home Improvements papers. Lost Frl. Sept. 11th down- COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave
each Item on each rroproai form. Radio I TV Service town. Reward. Call 31 -'IU. f 63507. 372.3727.
This deposit is a guarantee that the bid- 24
der. If successful will enter into a writ 25 Appliance 81 FurnitureWANTAD 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEKUT MEN-WOMEN WANTED AT ONCto
train for Civil Service. Goo
ten contract In keeping with the termsof NEW
!' his proposal. Deposits subniled by I N KURL BEAUTY SALOON pay. Thousands usually of unnecessary.lobs open.For Experience
r4 unsuccessful bidders will be returned Immediately Beauty
on a BudgetAll
Information on lobs salaries
following determination of
I work guaranteed
I successful bidders. Requirements local interview
Perm. S5
up Sham-set $1.50 up
write giving address phone
The Department reserves the right to .
14 E. Univ.
Ave. 373-7726
LP. relect any or all bids and to waive tech.nical 3728441for Open nights by appt. Co Gainesville Sun.
errors as may be deemed best for Ttentwn
the Interest of the State. speclat.t SPEEDWRITINGSPEWNGCivil
to nervous or elderly. .
Secretarial Courses Classes-
1-7003 He bY State of Fla.
GAS Right of Way Division '. Classified OnlyDEADLINES now forming. Howell's Business
College 211 W. Univ. Ave.
Cook & HeatWater
(3627) 1.18. U
I will not be responsible for debts 23 Home Improvement
'r : Low Cost IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. incurred by anyone other than
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND WANT ADNUMBER. myself after this date Sept. 23 HAVE your house painted the modern -
FR 6.5110t'COUNTDOWN" CERY. .Tues. thru Fri papers 1964.Larry M. PopeCOWPONY way. All work guaranteed -
free estimate. No lob too big
DALE M. WHITE. 5:30 p.m. Day before publIcation CUTUPS or too small.MODERN.

t Plaintiff. At 2:00 p.m.. Sept. 27th. Taylor PAINTING CO.
.vs- Ranch 4 ml. NW of Willlston
COLIN LEE WHITE. For ads to go In Sun. paper Rt. 27-Alt. Bring your horses on PHONE FR 6-2210

Defendant. 1200; a.m. Sat. events for all, or come watch the
I NOTICE OF SUIT r fun. 28 Livestock & Supplies
TO Colin Lee White 1 For ads t* go In Mon. paper-
US 53376353 1pm. Sat.Minimum. LOSE WEIGHT safely with new '
Dex A-Diet Tablets. Only.98 cents.
124 Trans Co. ( td 4 lines) dairyman to show us a better
Ft. Eustis. Virginia .3 PER WEEK. Canove Drug
dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills
You are hereby notified that there has Company. 16 pet All Pulleted Drat .
l for citizenship been filed by DALE M. WHITE in the I WILL not be responsible forDebts Crunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN
Circuit Court of Alachua ('ount Florida,
/ FAMILY RATES Incurred by anyone other per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala-
her complaint against you and that the than myself after this date Sep chua. Phone FR 2.1095 or 441-
relief therein prayed for Is a clvorce 1 Insertion .......... J4c line tember 23 1964. 2105.

file This your is. written therefore defense to command in said you causeon to 3 Insertions .......... 22c line J. W OWENS WISCONSIN Holstein, Guernsey or

I I 1L I 8 or before the 19t" day of October. 6 Insertions .......,... 17c line 8 Baby Sitters, Child CueI Swiss dairy calves slipped: on
DAYS A.D. 1964. and that shall thereafter provaL All ages. Also Angus-
i'; on or before the 19th you day of October. 12 Insertions .....;,..., 14c line. cress calves. Write for prices.
would like Ij for
care your -
Otto Vanderturg North Prairie
A.D. 19(4 serve a copy cf your defenses.If dren In my home. Northeast sec
any. on Barton d Burwell. 212 S.E Wis.
tion. FR 6-5123-
First Street. Gainesville Florida attorneys Total'charge com&Mrt.d'by SHETLAND ponies large
for the plaintiff and Immediately multiplying total lines x rate TINY TOT selection
of stud colts. $50.
thereafter file the original In my office
III REGISTERDEMOCRATIC Upon failure to comply with either of earned x number of insertions. PLAY SCHOOL Ph. GR 5-5581. C. Murray
the above a decree pro confesso wit 1"'.,. 5 five letter words per line Sipprell. Melrose.
be entered against you according to law ., Visit us and see for yourself.
Witness my hand and sea. of our .j t t'r' 24 SE ttti St. FR .1_ 2 SADDLES: McClcllen skirts, fenders -
I Ih Circuit Court this 16th day of September : 8 Point. $33. British trooper suspension
A.D.1964. Same es 2 lines ordinary type seat. $25. Both good condition -
J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerkof Day wk.. or mo. Old Newberry 3744491
Circuit Court Rd. Planned programs. Pick up
Stale Democratic 12 at Lfttlewood and Terwilliger
By Emily Waterhovse -" pointSame 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
Executive Committee: schools. Celt F* 24647.
(Court Seal) as :3 lines ordinary type
Warren M. Goodrich BARTON & BURWELL ..; _l LABRADOR RETRIVER register
Chairman: Attorneys for Plaintiff t'.. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED _ed. 2 years old. Phone FK 4-9C30.
212 S.!. First Street
Gainesville Florida BASSET male 3 moL old all shots,
(3626) .:,*. 25; 10:2. tYou'll Restaurant. Apply In persona2325. papers.Coll
Same as 4 lines ordinary type W. University Ave. FR 6-7184

EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe-
Must be over 21. Call FR 2-460. male. Wetmaraner puppy. $75. Excellent -
Macro's Restaurant, 2120 Haw health, all shots, A K C
PAY TOO MUCH j 24 Pointi thome Rd.WANTED champion line. 371-4459.

Senior beautician Call
4 old
Mary Lee's FR 2.2010 or FR 2- BASSET. yrs. papers
u S lines ordinary type
1706. female. $100. 3721439.
;" WANTED Legal Secretary. Good PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sate,
IF YOU BUY salary" for qualified permanent' no papers.
1<' resident. Unmarried person pre- Call FR 20895.
36 PI.
ferred. Cad FR 4-5266 between 9
A.M. and 5 P.M. Mon tftry Prt SIAMESE kittens and stud service
[ registered lilac blue and chocolate : -
12 Male Help Wonted point; $25 up. WBtlston ..52444 *-
BEFORE GETTING Same as 7 lines ordinary type *.

MANAGER: trainees needed, ttetdy DEERHOUND, A-l, S7S OT trade
employment. fringe benefits age for A-1 foxhound.
21 to 50. apply in person. Jackson Phone 468-1957
The CamesviUc awn will net be Mmt-A-Mart. 1234 NW 16th
I responsible for more than one Ave. FREE KITTENS.

OUR PRICE Incorrect Insertion nor win It Phone 312-oJ 184.
rtfV1LLE Auto machinist wanted. Colt
be liable for any error to advertisement
te a greater*extent Mr. Yates 3723511. SIAMESE kittens for sale* I, wks.

than, tnt cost of the old. 110 andPhone up.
: f J 0 : spec ec- BARBER WANTED 372-260.
< ,
: copied by the Item In tie advertisemeat. -
,' :
I N FR. a-wt. FREE KITTfN5. 2 yellow 1 black
.. adjustment MIA weeks eld. Cell fit J.11C6
be made en errors that do not days 500. .. _
-.. effect good working condition Berkley ==s
materially the ,
alve" .of Motors. 2201 N. Main' St.
;% the advertisement.The Heed Extra
SERVICE. Station attendant rrllebJ ..- Money
I e man Ml time allllyII
I ; SUN '
Gainesville Sun reserves Station hwy 75 and stale road 24. Expenses up with School I

the prh/ihae of revising or re- OLD Florida company expanding to starting You can earn SJ !
'I er -n re per hour es Ml or
'II ertlng( any advertisement which" area. We now have petitions part time Avon Represent.
available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and tve. Our '
'Ij p events ebiectknabie and to up experience not necessary. We fine weekly Saleswomen earn
change' tin classtfkatMM of any train. Write box 514Ae Gawev Incomes pfe
yule Sun Savings Bonds. Earn your .*.,
giving resume and qyUHications.
j CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING advertisement tram that orrfefedto penses money wttti. AVON.

COllier t<_p* policy of the Write AVON p. O. Bas 44|.
WEST COAST manufacturer has 09- Giinesvnie. r\*. .
S W 1 3th V or can
t 1'" Ming! In their sales departmentfor ".
three men age 24 to 35 min FR 2-0421
w earnings Of (150 per week. Cal
FR 4-25M for .!)pt.

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30 PETS & SUPPLIESTWO 32 Mobile Homes For Sole 34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE -c-- It ItI

2 months old AKC reg- ChIhuahua BEFORE you buy see us13Fip SANTA FE large lakefront 844 I I I.. -. ..- ...... ,.,-..
puppies wormed 5I quality in Mobile Homes. Approx. high lot, beautiful view -convenient -
; shot. From championship line. imately 35 units to choose from. to town some citrus easy
Phone_372-6848 8, 10, 12 20' width up to 60' In terms. FR 2-4471 !T t

length._ & f
32 Mobile Homes For Sale 35 Houses for Sale AIITAGOTIOSTIC
Featuring AAarlette. Hillcrest WIndsor !

9v 6x3), 2 BR trailer, tub & & Park Manor. BY- OWNER house in NWiin- ACROSS 32. Coddeaa or
shower. Cond. above average for ancing arranged. Call 376-0734. 1. Cocktail I
age. See interior to appreciate.S1500. IS. years in the Mobile Home tnfatuatl; D
r FR 6-1887. Business BY OWNER., Property appraised delicacy
.t S26.000. owner will sacrificefor Abreast 33. The.tagc
1958 45 x 10. 2 bedroom trailer, "SERVICE HAS BUILT S21500. Large lot,"2100 sq. -k 7. 35.Acada A
condition with ft.. all 1 12.'A-abie --' ."" I
good awning. Phone large rooms 3 BR. 1 iICQ -.r,
FR 6-7858. baths. living room with panel 1S.Tnun :a ALIIIOWITIGIIT :
NEW Number ing & fireplace family room. 37. Keel-billed ;; i
birthplace p A B 0 A I
CONNOLLYMobile MOBILE separate dining room. complete 1( cuckoo
1 ly equipped ultra-modecn kitchen ; U. Ma.food
A Home Sales, Inc. 2 & :3 ,bookcases & many other fea t 38. Obstruct ANr ,
8-1411 bedroom mobile homes. Many tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- '... 15. Clan I"16.Scawred !
floor plans. 7 year financing. of Ocala berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. .1. 1 o L !i !r P

I Drive out today. :3 miles South ketone l R E. R
BY OWNER, Ostrichlike
cen. heat & air cond., 17.
of 376-Gainesville_ n on U. S. 441 Ph.-. Phone 629-3200 Jet. 301 t 441 2Vi bath 3 BR, family, living, bird .3..Breathe la

dining rm., large kitchen, built- .45.Malarial
Hillcrest trailer 2 in 19. Chin.
1964 bedroom appliances. Large garage. "
N 50 x IP. Equity JSOO take up WYATT- :3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR agod fevers SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
payments. Call 376-1521, after 3 2-451S 46.'Calked
P.M. 376- 2S1. Perhaps 4.Camd hair 11. Before long

Trailer l2.ItaLcom47.SDo doth 18.White :
Sales yam
II 48.Stoat
D 23 years In business give you ade- xnune 5. Crested rar. !- i
quote protection in price. quality Home ot C&P '
: T Around DOWN 6. 20. Barmen-. '
24. Opponent t
) financing insuranc & service Pacemaker Mobile HomesShasta .
, A Ask your friends and o'ir and Airstream 1 27. Banished 1. Roman 7. High in ware cop iS .

customers about us. 3 ocations tserve 0 Travel TrailersOcala's Realty AndDevelopment '9. ChIn. JJIt statesman music 21. Bank Inspector
you. Jacksonville Gainesville First Mobile Home
& Ocala. Dealer Since 148 1 doth Sandarac 8. Component

1923 Silver Springs Blvd. .,' 31. Moiint.lii- tree 9. Cordial 23.Fruit pooch ..,

I BUITSMobile Phone Ocala,629-1358 Fla. ridge 3. Title 10. Night spot 24.W11.Ibs ('". :

Co.Like tree
Lowest prices easiest terms. largest .
display In central Florida.We j25. Salted.
Sun Want Ads Get Results trade for anything. Free delivery rrrrrrrrr II mullet rdiih

up to 100 miles.FRAILER an old brick fireplace and Indoor - - 26. Burdensome
f MART barbecue? See our special 3 It ,41.S
NW Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 BR \V bath ranch style in N.E. .itIf"
13th St. Section. - - 28. Name
East Palatka Phone 328-1050I The price is right If

x 35 1 BR Liberty trailer, very This well meaning
one so built a subconIractor
THE at 6th St. reasonable. Phone 3725283. Lot bought it then didn't get IT if iler iT
C-9. O'Neal's Trailer Mobile I
married. Seethis new 3 BR. 2 30. Signal
Court. Ideal for student or couple. 5:
bath ranch style in N.W. Gaines Int AwtA WkoGU
On street parking all aroun TOTALLY corner. Open 8 30 A.M. to a P.M.
i 33 LOTS FOR SALE history
each weekday. Forthe who
wants the best
i 376-8361 luxurious 1 BR home., Florida Go-everywhere hit Crochet "'is' 24 It3S Z'l l' Aromatic .

L 2.4 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES room, separate dining room and cozy, colorful lacket in favorite - h - seed .,: :t
NEWt NORTHWESTTRAILER Minutes West of Town off paved other special features too numer colors or of scraps. z, jO 31 36. Leg joint -'

road. SI.600 with low down pay. ous to mention on a large lot I'//. ..-
SALES NEWI! Jacket of brilliant squares _ Surrealist -
I mont call Dick Robinson anytime in ideal N.W. location. - L
2702 Waldo Road N.E. RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor crocheted one at a time. Join in 31 33, '. "/i' 1/ '/ ..
1965 MERCURY At Palm Lane 376-0205 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 Looking for a building site Among 3 flat pieces, then sew. Pattern Y'fl // //. "// painter ,
others 844. directions sizes 3234. 36-38 39. Dan.
j FEDERAL QUALITY 23rd Blvd.. acre lots. $3000.00 New- we have a beautiful wooded : J. jr '6 39 .., .'
lot with 100 ft. frontage on incl. measure ,
Rd. lots 375000.
berry acre

\ I NOW ON DISPLAY 4820 NW.HOMES 13th St. INC.GainesvilleFR S. W. acre lots $1200.00 deep U. S.with 441 a South welt and running.septic 213 tank ft. Thirty-five cents in coins for this 41 41 4J f 40.Anc.

J 25113 Walt Johnson Mgr. already there. I pattern add 15 cents for each / Persian
SEE IT DRIVE IT : Mary Moeller pattern for 1st-class mailing and 41. Form of .
Please, let us show you these and special handling. Send to Laura 4S -
Drivea Realtor many others we have available. Wheeler Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft John
/ CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Dept. P.O. Box 161, Old 41 - 4 I- 42. Curred
Jack Station New York
De Yot, Reg. Broker Chelsea 11. N.Y.
1019 Ave. FR 6-4X71
W. University Call 372.2511 or Come In Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER - - __,J letter
Little ONE HALF ACRE LOT FOR 825 N. W. 13th St. NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. It P Hewsfeetiuea 9/25 44. Sandwich
506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. OPEN EVE. SALE high & dry with deep Par time 28 ", In. filling
well and electricity, located on New NEW FOR 196S'! 200 designs -
1 -- ---- Kincaid Road; $1200. FR 2-7173 Listing more fashions to knit, crochet than I
Save a LotLowest BEAUTIFUL wooded lots $2200 located SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2"., bath masonry evert Plus 3 FREE patterns em
N. W. Others from $1750 home With 16' X 32' SWIM- broidery dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. 35 Houses for 'Sol 35 Houses for sale !I 35 Houses for Sal
for Needlecraft Catalog.
overhead In the IndustryDAD up. MING POOL. Located in the NW new

tI i Mobile Home Buys AND BRAD LARSEN like FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. section its. This lust Is outside the city I Ibm VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT STOP- 'ONLY'$450' down 1o qualified r-- 'NCIAL needs require the sale

I to work and you benefit. LOOKto REALTORS 376-1236 S24J50. an exceptional buy at PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt FORDYCEREALTOR buyer 4 BR. 2 bath CSS. of a 2 BR Cement Block home
927 W. Univ.
the future, make a sound in Book. For beginners, experts. Send FHA financing, $91.27 mo. in Northwest section. House sits

; New 1965 Models On The vestment. See our top brand custom RAILROAD LAKE FRONT ESTATE 4 bed- 50 cts. now! er pay closing costs. Call 372 sell-I I on a well grassed shady lot.
Way made 12 WIDES at 1C room, 2Vi bath for appt. to see. 1806 NW will come to reasonable terms.
WIDES prices.. 8 yr. financing home with central contemporary Ter. I Call! FR 2.1858 after 6 p.m.
f SIDING LOTHAVE heating, air
available. Lake Geneva Trailer
conditioning fireplace, double carport 35 Houses for Sole FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE
: Sales Rt. 100 1 mile S. E. NEW
I The 65 models will soon be here so we must of Keystone on Heights. Open evenings large commercial lot with bomb shelter and large I EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a
railroad siding. Will erect buildIng wooded lot. Just outside city lim. MOVING TO JAX HOUSE Large story home in new restricted House with charm beauty, cypress
: move all 64's as soon as possible. This is and Sunday.SPECIAL to suit tenant. Give satisfactory its. GREAT frade' opportunity. Will at 709 N.W. 20th St. Come by and residential area. Has 4 bedrooms panelling, family room

lease. FR 66457. trade beautiful water front see this home. Delightful long living 2 baths upstairs; living. parquet floors, Japanese s h u t-
your opportunity to save hundreds of dollars I LOVELY 3 bedroom. IV* bath, split home In Mayport area for your room with fire place separate dining kitchen family room. ters, skylights. .near Univ. &
104 208 Lot for mobile home
x 34 Waterfront Property level masonry home located In Gainesville home or property. dining room. Florida room study, & powder room down P.K. Yonge. Designed by architect
the SlSOO 1 Mile S. off Paynes
on name mobile home you'vebeen Prairie. For appointment call the NW section lust Inside the city Custom built for ferocious beach and attractive bedrooms make stairs. Immediate occup n c y. For information call FR 2-
limits. ONLY. $15,250 With $700 living. Hugh Florida Room. this' a truly livable home. Located Phone FR 2-8965, W. P. Ridge- 0328 -
FR 6-3052.
I wanting. Shop while there
now is still H. CRAWFORD
WINIFRED DOWN. separate Family Room. .three near J. J. Finley Schooloff way.
good selection. Reg Broker, specalizing in bedrooms. .three baths .Office NW 22nd St. 2-5 o' lock. Sunday
Enjoy convenient terms LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom or den. .beautiful kitchen. Sept. 20. GLADYS "
SERVICE CALLS $5 AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. house with 2 sleeping porches located -
low low down small Many. t .Many custom features.
payments monthly Heating Air Conditioning GR 5-2981. at 214 NE 5 Avenue. ONLY Shaded by towering live oaks. ROMAN FRED :1

) payments, many under $60 a month. Select & Refrigeration Service OVER 30 acres of lake front many $16,000 with $1,200 DOWN Will trade or sell outright. Con Inspired patio. 4 BR, 2 bath living SMITH :
Contractor bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. tact Hugh Edwards. Inc., Allan room fireplace, Fla. room I
your mobile home while they last and save. Any make or model window nished houses with dock and deep John Merrill Donman Sties manager. 372.1551. family kitchen, 2600 sq. ft. Located 372-5393 .i
units and household appli well pump. Many extras. On in a lovely setting only 29,500. ARNOLD ,
Trades invited. ances. Also we clean heaters. Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis Realtor Call Fordyce 3761236.A Uylwild Walking distance of new
I grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm.
Co.Cedar .
Phone FR 2-5002 MULTIPLE LISTING PREOWNED I 2 bath contemporary home. New

Key Shores PHONE FR 2.144 down payment can be arranged homo with advantages aglore 3 REALTOR FHA financing.

FEDERAL ASSOCIATESMARCELLA to suit the Buyer on this beau bedrooms beautiful landscaping
fine homesites from $2250 PARDIW. fenced yard fireplace. Located Near Finley extra lovely 3 bins
tiful 3 BR, 2 Bath CB home at in
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY H. BUCKHANNAN $300 DOWNPay : 2 bath home. Lovely location.
) exclusive Florida Park. FHA evilable.
non-waterfront from $1510 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand New -
Good for
$61 like rent for this quality financing ready oc
Oft a wooded half acre lot. Cent. Call Fordyce 376-1236.
heat & A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now 2 bedroom home on corner lot In' cupancy.
Marina LocationsINVEST PARRISHPRESENTS BEAUTIFUL good NW. area. Call 13522 today
QUALITY HOMES For top quality workmanshipcall to see.NOW'S- to see. Tradition 3 bins 3 bam home In
I : facilities needed here THE TIMETo landscaped land Terrace.corner Llgustrum lot In Wood-hedge Finley area. A lot that has been
372-6142 landscaped with loving care. See
Motel Locations look at one of the nicest and redwood fence. 3 bedroom, 2 NO QUALIFYING this one. Good price good I
i 4820 Northwest 13th St. GAINESVILLE homes available: 3 BR 2 baths bath with refrigerator range and CONVENIENT to University. :3 Bedrooms terms. r
UPHOLSTERY INVEST: accommodations Just outside City ,on N. W. 39th i washer Included Only $17,000 oak floors. Needs redecorating
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home In Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR I Call Fordyce 3761236.FORDYCE Owners equity Is $1.350.
J GAINESVILLE ISM N.W. IJth st. needed NE location. Living room dining with fireplace. See it and you'Uwant This may be the bargain you are GLADYS SMITH .
t Free Estimates-pick v>> and room an delivery DAVID ANDREWS- nished. it.DUPLEX needed. Realtor .
Associates Anna HInson
---=- REAL ESTATE FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom 2 bath This Is a good buy. Extra nice In Multiple Listing Realtor BEAUTIFULLoaded Virginia Power: Caroline Noyet =
home in N. E. Central heat and
CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 ,, air conditioning. Unfurnished.FOR good location close In. Themonthly Grace Associates Fordyce, Broker with charm and extras. Both 1221 W. University Ave.
income justifies the
house and grounds in top condI- Phone 372-5393
price. If want a good Investment Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden
you tion
SALE FHA Financing 3 then O C. Gay .Dick Banks You'll enjoy living here, especially FOR SALE two bedroom unfurnlsh-
phone right now
bedroom new concrete b lock to see. Frances Hough Sarah Goulden priced at $15,500. Call for ed house by owner $350 down .
DISCOVER homes. Outside of city limits- 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 appointment..Just IIstN.SPACIOUS ( and resume payments of (66 per
Only 3 left for qualified buyers. UNIVERSITY mo Inquire after 5:00: 1724 NW 11
REAL TRAVEL Priced under $10,000. $65 per month Includes taxes and 1 55'h Terrace: :

TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom, 2 Insurance. All city conveniences 1900 sq. ft., fireplace dining plus _ p
bath home. Large living room REALTY built in G. E. Kitchens. $100 family room fully equipped kitchen j
ADVENTURE! separate dining room family down VA. $395 down FHA Includes and laundry. Huge two car
III) room with lovely fire place. Built 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 closing costs. Hugh Edwards garage. Large lot In S.W. location FOR SALE IN
in kitchen. Located In B I a ck W. M. Munroe Realtor Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street. Central heat and air condition- PARADE OF HOMES r
Acres.J. Associates: 376-7971 ing. Everything for gracious liv

S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby, ing. IU, OO with terms. 3 BR, 2 Bath Colonial Home -
J. FINLEY AREA We have Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas Jr. M Central Heat a. Air Cond. 2
AIRSTREAM two nice 3 bedroom homes priced Car Garage Fireplace 10% .
to selL Walking distance to J. THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. ARNOLDREALTY
J. Finley and convenient to University -, traverse rOds. $750 down. pay EVERY DAY Down Payment.

of Florida. $13 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive we have buyers asking for a 3
IS ON PREVUE II I urf 39th Ave. or 2 bath central heat & cent. McKINLEY

SPOTLIGHT JOYOUS LIVING Relax and enjoy BY OWNER. Pine Forest, new air. wall to wall carpeting near Multiple Listing Member
life and your family in this Parochial & elementary Jr. Hi- 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 Construction Co.
brick 4 Bdrm., 2 bath built In
3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Large I School. Must have large familyrm. Associates: Jane Caldwell
I kitchen. $300 for ,
CUE STICK BILLIARDSN. 1965 living room wall to wall car FHA loan. 376-2176.equity assume ., be spacious with Ig patio Jim Sheppard Bob Kaikman 376-2258
pet and brick fireplace. F. W. Hedge
Separatedining outdoor barbecue in excellent Jimmy Greene
Main St.qr" i room Florida Room, built-I conditon. We have It please call Walter Sfoddard

According to Webster't Dictionary billiards is defined in kitchen, plus a lovely screened ANYTHING In UNLIKE Gainesville. This 3 us and let us show you the --... I
patio, on a large beautiful wooded home.
as: "any of everal games played on an oblong I lot. BR 2 b, with tremendous screen-
ed 15 x 43 patio is a dream. OPEN HOUSE
table by driving small balls against one another or America's Finest Travel CONVENIENT easy walking distance distinguished subdivision huge "ot. COZY
) One bed rm home in good condition
.. into pockets with a cue" but according to Bob I L TrailerPremiere frame to cottage downtown.on paved bedroom street to You pick II enjoy your seeing own it.colors.Still time Call corner lot. off Archer Rd., Beautiful new solid brick, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 11
Sullivan it's all that and near U.F. & Med center. $7000.
4. a game of skill and good 3723721
\ ShowingIn east of new Post Office building. home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven i
clean fUR. Properly priced for a cash deal. COMFORTABLE
I This Area CLEANFour and custom built kitchen cabinets
3 Bedroom 1 Bath range, ,
Stick Billiards recently opened it's doors with anew Lovely acre wooded lots In excel
C.B. home some furn'hings. N.W
bedroom. 2 bath home In Double
lent N W location Restricted. large storage and utliity room. car-
,iI idea in billiards that girls can have just as September 2127. 1964 choice N.W. location, easy walkIng $10,900.00. Terms.
Paved streets $3,950 and
,I much fun at the game as boys. Doily 8 AM to 6 PM up. to Littlewood School. New INCOME port with curved drive sodded lawn. Excellent ti
paint inside and out terrazzo
Cu. Stick has 7 tables available and at times Sunday Sept. 27 12-6 PM floors, built in range and oven 3 Apt., near school corner lot. location. Immediate occupancy with small I

MeMePARRISH central heat, beautifully woodedlot Est income, low down paymt. down FHA down VA. f
features payment no payment
tournaments. Ready for your personal and, established lawn. 370SNW $12,000. ,
't Open 10 A.M. to 12 midnight. Bob Sullivan. Mgr. is the 22nd Place Ridgeway Con. Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. &
.\ inspection struction Co. 372-8965 or 372-6624. INVESTMENT
usually on hand to give free instructions to Call us and let us explain how
begin- all new Airstream fleet for BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed- you can invest In the future of CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES
t ners & tips to the experts. rooms. 2 baths, large, convenient. Gainesville. We have listIngs -
Women's leagues now forming 1965. Step aboard the ASSOCIATES, INC.H. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. many 3727070COMPARE
join us soon. Wayne Hill Helen Graham to offer you.

Watch For Next Week's most superb travel trailer Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish SPACIOUSCUSTOM
SPOTLIGHT_ featuresyou 19 N E First Street Tel 3725375 -- --- -
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ever built built home on ONE ACRE
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I won't find in other o' natural beauty. Exclusive I

BILLIARD'S : DINING I II 1 CAFETERIAS trailers for years to come! .JWK neighborhood and new Convenient school. Many to University ex-

I : tras. Call fgr, appoolntment to !

CUE STICK BILLIARDS FOR A fast good lunch or lust LONGS CAFETERIA See completely new 3728404NEW see ,
a cup of coffee Ifs
: Fun for not only young men LARRY'S RESTAURANT Serving hours 11:15 tn 2 P.M. and floor plans and layouts LISTING with almost an
BUT young women too. 4:30 P.M. till 8 00 P.M. acre of ground in beautiful Florida SELLING? Realtor

k Bring your dates We've 1225 expanded W. Univ.I are Ave.open 24 7 days a week. new ideas .new iMo Park. Spacious and gracious GIVE US an opportunity to help I THESE HOME VALUES
three bedroom' two bath
Open 905 10 N.AM.Main'to StreetDINING 12 P.M. hours for your convenience. -,3 W. University Ave. vat ions more ward home with large living room, you looking We for have your prospects home. who are I 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 BEFORE YOU BUY

large dining ream pane I led I Associates
HUMPTY DUMPTY DININGDANCINGCOCKTAILS robe and storage space study; fireplace overs I zed E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler
Sandwiches or complete dinners master. bedroom two Dick Durbln Sharon Grant
more window area car
served In our dining room or garage, beautiful grounds, ALACHUAREALTY member of multiple listing,___ SAVE!
t our curb. Open 10:30 A.M. new airline type bathroom all in perfect condition. B
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE to Midnight. UNIVERSITY INN the entire trailer is NEW LISTING in Highlands. Beautifully L- The following ere new under
Dine by candlelight In the delight. 301 NW 13th St. Charcoal' Steak Room. Smorgas- appointed three bedroom TOP EXECUTIVE &
ful atmosphere of ItelytMANARD'S board. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 1 now lighter easier to tow two bath house for sale at FHA PROFESSIONAL CLASS The following are .ready for construction and will be ready

RESTAURANT FOR a fish sandwich. ke creamor drinks for the price of 1. Dane- then ever! evaluation of $Jl6,500 Large Associates THE UNIQUE CUSTOM occupancy. for soon!
specializes In Lasagna. PIzia. |Just e good old fashioned Ing 'tll 2 A.M. to Bobby Cr'M' | '. living room. large family 635 N.E. lit St. 3762441Arle occupancy
and ether delicious Italian Food. root beer. Stop by the Combo t. Richard Parkers orches- This is your chance room with broken tile floor I T. Smith Realtor BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE 3330 N.W. 2Sth Ave.

2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. A It W ROOTBEER STAND tra. Dos SW. 13th St. FR -2<<2. to' fabulous '65's corner lot with sidewalks, Mabel Core. Associate t BR.. T* baths, S1250 dn. ...
372-4690 Closed Mondays. 2307 NW 13th St. see the enclosed garage. Many I USED Jamaica-style pace setter 11(4 per mo. -

for quick refreshments THE ORLEANS your chance to try on extra luxury features. 2 BR 1 bath frame house space living room '
NOW OPEN Alan's New Happy Hour S to 7 P.M. Airstream on the rood ECONOMICAL living at only 55,- heater.. 7SOO, MOO down S6J Forty foot Florida room 3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120 & 4121
MR. SANDWICH SHOP Serving 24 HoursKing Dancing to the music of the Cobras If you've ever 900.00 with low down payment mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Rob Luxurious master suite with I BR 2 bath S600 dII. 887per N.W. 19th Dr.
Wed.. FrL t. Sat. nights. yourself. possible bedroom masonry inson. FR 22984.: walk-In closets-dressingroomi .
Across from Univ. Post Office size sirloin. 16 OZ.. need we Steaks to perfection i in the dreamed of high adventure home of 1.300 square feet in con built-in wan month.
; -Featuring our own roast beef sandwich say more"" S2SO.DUTCH STEER ROOM venient Northeast. Another two REDFRANKSREALESTATE vanity Jilt. 2 bath 1500 ..., ill
bi natural gravy. 55 cents. and faraway places and shoe closet Ifd
TREATRESTAURANT 4560 NW 13th St. 376-9191 bedroom home near the per
The best roast beef In town. now is the time to moke University completely furnished Fabulous kitchen, breakfast,
travel dreams at 9900.00 with rental income utility room and workshoparea SHOWN BY ADVANCE
SHELLEY'S home of the Original 1802 W. Univ. Ave. GENERAL GAINES all those passible. MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON APPOINTMENT ONLY 4119 & 4127

ITALIAN SANDWICH Delicious melt.in-vour-mouth STEAK ROOM come true! LARGE beautiful well drained EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area Twenty-six foot closet wan 127 E. Univ. Ave.

Dial 372-6512 Southern Fried Chicken Featuring U.s. Prime and lots in Ri< Choice
CCI Construction 3 large bedrooms -
for fast free delivery dinners from 15 cent steaks DON'T MISS prices. All Improvements paid. Fancied library with fireplace large family. 4 BR. -4
prepared te your tasteon Littlewood Westwood schools 2 baths Big Uvlngroori t IR, 1 bath, *500 .... 174
Also pine It Schlitz end Lowen Serving from 7 AM to 9 PM our open hearth." Holiday Inn with fireplace entrance few, baths up living room family per month
brau on tap. lit W. Univ. Ave. TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 64266. THIS BIG EVENT lust around the comer. cover-! pMio. Nice yard. sit. Two landscaped patios 1 room parlor, dining room.

or our new store at 2204 SW 13th St. J.w.KIRKPATRICK. 000 with choice of financing. Call acre lot In most select dinette. screened porch BR
16M NW 1st Ave. Refreshments! Valuable' ,""17. neighborhood kitchen, TO baths down ----
BOWLING door AM travel Scads of sky light so house phone conversation necessary
BABYSITTERSWILL prize CUSTOM FullY and designed by Is
IN THt csheerful even in gloomy first.
I ADVERTISE BOWLING at Its finest at I trailer questions answered! Realtor local architect with ultra INdo weather I ALL ova HOMES ARE

PALM LANES 31 N., Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 I I em Florida 14.L In mini This house Is Ideal for OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
BABYSIT In evenings Open ASSOIATES: Nearly 2700 ft. of living area Norwood .
DANCEDIRECTORY every night for en.oyment lavish or casual entertaining
Floye Mathiasen Irene Burwell pius :3 car carport. Central! heat ,
(7 on Saturday in my home. from 9 A.M. WYATTTRAILER Neverhits
to 2 AJW. e'
You teen so
Capt. A. w. Rests, USN. Ret I aircooditionino. kJtcA- YOU WILL JUST CALL.
729 N.E. 10th PI. Free nursery service. Lisle Kirkland Ben Griffin en vli unusual e IIft. r a a. much cabinet and drawer Hope

_2606 Waldo Rd. 37I HIGHLAND COURTI48R. 2 trellis Striking entrance, foyer & pa. space under one roof.

SALES Fla. rnu wan to wan carpet Irving 10. Large lot in Ltbby Melghis. ft Three-car garage. Total S.f/4th
TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF room air condition. Phone Must te seen to be appreciat. ware footage 6,000 under "H"' Inc.
S3S.OOO. Call 6-0817. roof Ufjf trUAUC F. 4.29*'
ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. 373-53J or 3722080.S60 ed. Happy to show by appointmentonly. We Trade Homesor

I 372-8441. MO. 2 BR large kit., liv.' rm.. Claude M. "Red"' Franks Realtor .
CALL II LAPh.62913SIHIt..L I bath and back porch. Small down Property

payment to one with good credit 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 372-1917

1704 NE ht Av. Call 271oU37.I Member Multipli Ustkiqi.
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35 Houses for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For Rent 51 Misc. Rentals 53 Office-Desk Space -

FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 gaL TOBACCO ALLOTMENT EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th St. 2 BR screened porch. Ig. yard for N ICEL'Y_furnished. Private-entrance TRAILER SPACE TWO offices lustcompleted._ firsi
fuel tank. 100 shrubs. brick patio Gilchrist County. 120 acre farm $45 per mo. Duplex for male lease 9-1-45. $110 monthly. Avail- bath and parking space. class 360 sq. ft. to each office.
fenced yard near elementary and % mile highway frontage. 2 bed- students IDlOtt W. Univ. Ave. able now. Weseman Realty 115 I Excellent heat. business man or FOR RENT $75 per month each. Located I
THE TIME IS NOW )Junior high. schools. screened room home tobacco barn and 1.8 $90 per me. Call McKINNEY NW 20th St. FR 4-2471. graduate student. 1514 .NE 7th Newberry$20 MONTH Trailer Park 2615 N.W. 6th St., Nationwide

porch if you, 3 qualify BR 1 FHA.bath See$500 at down 23N.E. acre terms.tobacco allotment. Excellent GREEN REALTOR FR 2-3617.* 7 ROOM 2 Itory.3 BR.1 baths _St. After 6 P. M. Newberry. Fla. Insurance FR 6-2524 5
$130.00 per mo. Garage. 555 NE ROOM FOR man student In NW
I 20th Ave. ANGLE REAL ESTATECall CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment
across from Campus, couples on- 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. section no smoking. Phone 376- ACCOMMODATIONS for homecoming 54 Business Rentals
FOR SALE by owner. 4 BR 2 us 0004. week-end. Air cond. apt.
C. L. Angle. Broker ly. Call 372-2830 for details.BEAUTIFUL : THREE bedroom house with stove LARGE term
bath. central heat. air conditioned with swimming pool. Fully turn. Shop building. Long
built in kitchen dishwasher O. J. Angle Associate apartment large BR. and refrigerator furnished. Avail- LARGE room for, working men New patio. Phone 376-7947. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th
Do You Have A Room, Apartment disposal 1 blk. from Club' 4404 NW 13th St. 3744927 huge kitchen & dining rm. combination -_ able last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14th only. Rent single or double. 414 Ave. FR 6-5568. il I
Ter. $115 NE
lease. Wese- 2nd
.' Avenue. Phone FR 21981.
House & pool. Membership In- 20 Acres. paved rd. $12800. terms. bath & screened porch. 51-A Wanted To Rent SMALL warehouse for rent.
man Realty FR 62022 or 2.1115.
NE 10th Dr.
cluded. 2911 Water elec. & swimming pool
12 rd. $4800
acres paved
Or House to Rent? 376-1021 after 5.30 PM. or week 1600 acres within 10 miles of town turn. No children pets or drink. BR house for lease. $125 per NICE ROOMS, close m, central DAN BYRD
ends. with paved rd frontage. priced for Ing. Near Interstate 75. N e w- mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. heat off street parking. Refrig. WANTED to rent or buy and take 3768268.FOR t
the Investor. berry Rd. $100 per me. Phone Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. available. 531 SE 2nd PI. Phone over payments. 3 or 4 BR. 2 bath LEASE 10400 sq. ft. store
McKINNEY Ranchettes TVi acres 550000. 372-2105 or 4-1144. 3 BEDROOM house-2 blocks from 372-2582. house preferably. NE section. Call building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 )
'REMEMBER rental COSTS GREEN SUITABLE one mature male student Univ. campus. $95 per month. 376-2109. per mo. Call Hershall Haynes P i
vacancy MaryMoeller close In. reasonable. Phone Call FR 4-8222 before a.m. FURNISHED ROOMS T/t blocks FR 6-2641 or B. F. MizelU FR -
372-4054 111 NW 7th Ter. from cam us. 928 SW 1st Ave. 53 Office-Desk Space 6-7551. i'
DEATONREALTORS 3 BR. 1 bath unfurn. house. Kit. Call 378-1398 after 5 P.M. >
I YOU MORE than the ud that will rent Realtor ONE BR furn.. air conditionedapt. equipped. available Oct. 1 $85 per students only. Male SMALL business or office space located .
f- for rent. Couples only. No mo. Call 2-8404. SECURITY BUILDING In 1600 block West Unlver- ,
'. children or pets. Phone 374-4857. NICE room in 1105 W. University Ave. First Class ally Ave. For more information ,
its' W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 nice quiet home
It WE RECOMMEND 1421 SW 12th Ave. 3 br. 2 bath N.W. $120.00 CB. to mature student business Office Space. Air cond., elevator PhOAFR6-3012. t
Yes this nice home will please 100 acres. fenced and cross-fenced. 3 br. 1 bath N.W. $120.00 C.B. _person. Phone FR 4-4044. off-street parking. Janitor FOR STORE <. WAREHOUSE i iilll
3 br. 2 bath N.W. $150.00 CB.MaryMoeller.
you In many ways Its location high and rolling perfect for horse 46 Unfurnished Apts. service available. Call FR 6-4406 space John Merrill Realtor.
f Is ideal In the Northeast ranch or cattle farm. SLEEPING ROOM for working or FR 2-3.(19. 1
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Highlands area 3 B.R. 1 bath FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. UNFURNISHED Duplex near campus -
L.R. D.R. Fireplace REALTORS 3019 SW 34th Way. Familyof men only. Ph. 372-
II I-- garage A real good value 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 2 or 3 only water furnished 2601.
I EVERY DAY until it is rented : Ifs realistically priced at $11.-. 300 acres includes high wooded no kit. equipment $45. Phone FR Realtor McCOY'S
500 A quality home Good
m condition- -, Can be F.H.A. financed hammock small prairie with running 2-9903. 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 50 Mobile Homes .
creek. 7 miles west of LOVELY 2 BR air conditioned duplex -
with $35000 Down and
1 : HF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: $72.00 per month Drive by Gainesville 37-5102. $300 per acre. Call with built-in kitchen. $90 mo. 4 809 ROOM SW house 2nd $34 Terr.per mo.Phon Inquire, 376- FOR RENT FURNISHED ON Sil MACOMA HOMES INC. ,
See it after 1 P.M. at
St. daily
I 1114 N. E. 5th and call for 4827 before PM. nr lake..,52'x2 BR deluxe trail.er !. ,
NW 19th Ave.
appt. FR 23617.MUST
: $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day 43 Colored Property ALACHUA City limits. 2 BR electric tile 12x36'on floor'ialousied insulated porch ceiling.rubber In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.
SACRIFICE 47 Houses for Rent Furn. kitchen 2 screened porChes. large

I $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Yes. this is your opportunity to 2 a3 HOMES bedrooms.FOR SE SALE 14th St. & carport Call 374-7925.large yard $70 per mo. Phone!! utility 473-4854 room.or FR US 4-8314.per mo. adjoining city limits. '
purchase a fine 3 B.R. 2 bath-
THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on
: Central heated home for $2,000 7th Ave. Small down payment. Silver Lake near Keystone. 3 BR. 1 bath 1 bedroom trailer The Charming (Tie Livable
for rent. Moore
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day under the FHA value of $17.250 monthly payments $57 to $45. 3762615.ONE 530 NE 9th St.. $100 per mo. Haven Park. 2330 E. Univ. Ave., RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
Located In Madison Parkowner Also homes built on your lot 1242 NE 6th Ave., kitchen equipped 376-116.. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom, 2. bath large
: $60 mo . $2.00 per day must selL 2 yrs. old with no down payment. Ph. bedroom house for rent 1 mi. $90 per mo.
study family .living .screened porch beautifulroom
flood condition Don't let this FR 24125. past Stengel Field on left side of 1114 NE 5th St.. $110 per ire. rOOmS,
extra good value pass you by. reed. For further Information. dining room oak family oak parquet
built Call McKinney Green Realtors, 372- room
: Eowards
,,l $65 per mo . $2.16 per day Don't wait -at It won this't be on Call the New.home.Quality Three Hugh bedrooms. 1 bath. contact FR 6-1447. 3617. SUBURBAN parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included.
market long price. As low as $43. per month with 3 BR furn house at 1731 NE 55th
; NEAR CAMPUS 2 BR duplexapt. HEIGHTS eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.
FR 2-3617.
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day $2,000 down or will arrange termsto Terr. May be seen from 2 'till lease by year $90 per mo. Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
suit buyer. Located 443 NE dark. Married couples only. Not suit- Gainesville's New.stPrestige
4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
$75 $2.50 day 15th Street. TWO bedroom. study air conditioned able for children er pets 374-4651. Address
per mo. . per Three B.R. sleeping porch 2 Hugh Edwards. Inc.
HOME; near school and bus line: Built for Those Who Desire
bath completely furnished
Phone 374-7971 $125 per mo. Lease required. FR 49 Rooms For Rent Only the Best. "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day street- -Single City car Sewerage.aarageaved lights LOTS 4-4159 after 6 P.M. N. W. 43rd t N.W 17th PL us give you an estimate on contracting your new

and water $12,500 with small I am Interested in buying several RENT furnished house. 2 BR. air IN WALDO furnished tooms for Built by Four ef Gainesville's custom home.
: $85 per mo . $2.83 per day down payment Owner will I lots at the right price. Call conditioned fenced yard screen men with showers. linens and Leading Builders Call Gerald V. FR 6-7290
372-4125. or Q. McCoy Day
I carry mortgage Call FR 2- ed porch. $100 per month. Phone maid service. Phone 4481184.STEPHEN FRED MASONA.
3417. NICE. freshly house in FR 4-8041. W. FLETCHER Nite FR 6-5015 6-6502
painted or
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day
the Settlement. 2 bed- MACOMA
Jonesville HOMES Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
ASSOCIATES rooms. $150 closing cost balance W. P. RIDGWAY
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. FOSTER
: $95 per mo . $3.16 per day J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth easy payments. Call 376-1820 day L-
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire or night. Bruce Builders. HEIGHTSLocated
3 BR, 1 bath living rm., diningrm.
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Multiple Listing TWO bedroom house with bath. Located .. kitchen. screened porch,
at N.W. 37th Place &
In New Gainesville SilO per me. with lease. NE 10th
37 Real Estate ExchangedHAVE $ISO closing cost low monthly Ter. 376-6957. 6th St. New brick homes under
payments. Available Immediately. construction. Pick your own
BRUCE BUILDERS 1250 NW 45 colors, etc. VA It FHA Terms. j
372-8441 YOUR .
Business Investment Property. Ave. FR 6-1820. ADMIRE
150 Front ft. on busy street In by
Capital Builders Inc.
Exchange for property anywherein ESTATES N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street SPACESpace -- I
city. Contact Wayne Mason. NOW RENTING Call 1714M1 or 376-7788 '.
TEW REALTY. FR 4-4441 any COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex Uoyd Myrick Bldr. ,
'Jj : time apartments. large living and Offering more quality .-

\ _ _ _ _ dining area modern kitchen with for less money '. '
41 Residential Income fan. large storage closets terrazzo -
floors. tile baths. space heat. UNUSUAL4.Bedroom2Bath
: 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sola 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also aoloining er and hot water heater facill W 34th T.,. off N.W. 39th
rental property. 200 ft. ties for washing machines. and Ave. Open Sundays at 2.M or
: BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH US SACRIFICE by owner, nice 3 BR, frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd paved streets. See at N.E. 26th by appt. 372-54M or 24584..
By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home 2 bath. CCB house In NW 372-
secton. Ave. Will sell together or sepa- Ter. or call for appointment HOME
built In this area by Lg. paneled living rm.. wtth rately. 314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 5321 or 372-5322.
: ALACHUA HOMES. INC. walMo-wall carpeting. Built In 4752. ;

Model. Home Phone Opening 3744)430) every Sun. oven rm. with S. range.bar. S450 Separate down dining and 44 Cottages for Rent .Suburban Living RoomS Heights is a relative word whichcan ity. We- call it "more home for
Farms &
S. ,from August 1 P.M.U.-3331 5 P.M.N.W. 28 beginning PL- assume 376-2313 J90 after mo.5:30 payments.P.M. Phone AcreageBY 1 BR. furn. cottage on Santa Fe BOBBY L Master Dining Room Bedroom.DressinoRoom have several meanings. At your money", and that phrase ,
OWNER to settle an estate. .
.. Compare: cost 2 bath with fully all air ether cond.3 NICE 7 room frame house'on 160 acre farm- and some buildIngs Lake all electric. tiled shower. Highland Court Manor we use it has become a byword for us.
$50 Phone 372-5458
.bedroom. month. or
35 miles west of Gainesville per BRYANNow Family Room, DenS
large lot. 14500. .
himwYOU'LL BUY IT EVERY Every one hundred
I : ,TIME." paid down. one hundred on Fed. Hwy. 129 $130 per 372-1169. 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms to mean ROOM-and lots of it. Check our homes for yourself today
r. sliced off of this. This acre. Call FR 4-5200. Push Button Kitchen.
FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA never been offered before.bargain Phone 80 ACRES 45 Furnished Apt,. back in Gainesville/ Laundry and Utility Room It means large lots, and homes then compare SPACE with I

C .approval possession you can and have ownership Immediate of- FR 4-227. South of Newberry and West of to Terrazzo.serve you in all! typesof Wall-to-Wall Screened-in Swimming Carpet Pool with plenty of usable liveable, similarly priced home (Our
l' .the best value house for sale In US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 .
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air DONT MISS THIS large tree Partly cleared month. Phone 466-3-<<1. Central'Heat and enclosed area under roof. Over three bedroom models start at
conditioning. Paneled family room TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt S suitable for pasture or farm- Air Conditioning
1 joining living-dining area for extra Malore Gardens 2V ml. Southof Ing. Several lovely home sites B & T Terrazzo MASON 25 years of home-building experience only $79.34 per month including
: spaciousness. Electric rangeand campus on 441. 3 BR 2 batns Only $120 per acre. Half cash \.L- FRED have how 1
completely ,, taught us to principal interest insurance
dishwasher. Back yard den for Dad year 'round com and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP ,
enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. fort. Priced right. Drive REALTOR. NEWBERRY. Company PHONEFR give the
IA' Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at phone FR 2-4425 or FR 2-1334. by KINGSBERRYHOMES 2-8340-FR 2-3182 you maximum amountof taxes and a built-in Tappan

j 2213 NE 7th Ter. WOODROW SEAY 34 acres. paved highway frontage ----.. 2605 NE 19th Dr. I About Our room without sacrificing qual- kitchen.) See us or phone today! ;
6 miles of Alachua. only
The Master BuilderBY Phone
of FR
HEIGHTS. out 2-0881 ,
$150.00 per acre. Call Ben Griffen. -
city limits. 3 BR. 2 bath. study I I Trade-in 'IanCAINESVILlE'S
f' FR 2-8404. J W. Klrkpat-'
family room. OWNER. 3 BR. 2 beth CCB
double carport.
The 3 BR
built In kitchen. Cent. heat i 2 house central heat & air cond. rick Agency. I Regency ,
ton air cond. $14.500. $1000 down. extra Ig. living rm. t dining 2-bath. entrance foyer. .
: sat mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud area. Shallow well with pump & DR. LR. family room, ;::: ; SALES OFFICE:
Robinson. F R 22984. sprinkler system. Only 3 elks to double carport, central 1
elwrv' & |Ir. high schools. Price "
: ScALA block 3 BR 2 bath.i dinIng Irg. $16,500 financing avail. For appt.to New Homesin heat GE kitchen full fefetdd NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.
open-beam ceiling. paneled fire- inspect phone 374- :8S or 372- brick on a large lot. 1736 YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITYBY
place.& Irg.family fencrd-In room with back yard Ave.5333. Bob Saunders. 103S NE 22nd N.W. 39th Ave.-$19.000. > w5>5P' rTn? Phone 372.3471

\ a a built-in kitchen. 374-2080 or 468- 10% down $122.00 per \

a New Brick Homes WESTVILLANW
a bedroom family r 0 em.
S located on large corner convenientto lot. Ex- .b* BUTLER BROTHERS

-ceftont schools neighborhood.and shopping. FHA Builder 16th Ave. The Powell 3 ER. 1 Vi !

.. financing. The James Company. bath, oak floors carport,
3 & 4 bedroomS. built-in kitchen -
: Phone 372-7401. equipment cen. heat. VA no at 37th St. central heat full brick en
frame down payment. FHA from $700 a nice wooded lot. 1514 Why Rent
I *.| bedroom. 1 bath 4-room'' PALM VIEW ESTATES Pay
a hoUse. close In,, nice neighbor- down-no closing costs. N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, i

1 w.. Terms.hood. 10-Walter shadY stubbs.lot.Inc.$9.950.Ph. Capital Builders. Inc. $500 down $86.49 per

.. 374-5394. N.W. 37th Place A 6tt1 street WALTER STUBBSInc. month.

... Call 3724341 or 374-771. OWN YOUR HOME I

Built and offered by LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT

:i NEW '364 Bedroom Models In Phone 376-5394 THE JAMES CO. NOTHING DOWN VA

SHADOWLAWN ,$100 Closing Cost Now
ESTATESF. "We trade houses" Phone 372-2527 office $ INCLUDING

; : MODELS D. OLIVER Phone 372-6441 hem
Individual Styles For You

.. e) Well planned living areas FERN WOOD MANOR PAYMENTS
Quality material S. workmanship Gainesville's newest and most
E Now OpenS luxurious apartment building .. FROM -
0 A community you would be

proud to live In LAKESHORETOWERS .
: 10-6 Ii $12,250 up
Daily Drive West on N.W. 39th ': / ." .
Ave. past the Glen Spring In- 3.kf .

: Village Green tersection.FR 2-OW4. See sign on left. $400 DOWN FHA .

Extension by NOTHING DOWN VA -
I $100 Closing Cost a / .. .. -
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Colonial and contemporary HOMES-

styles: Brick ane ,
Take your choice of aver ,
:. block. 90 beautiful brickKingtberry WATER PENETRATION OR > :: w. ._ ,, .

homes NO .
.- 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. DRAINAGE PROBLEMS. .. :-';.-V.:.. ;-.:"

Family "0"' .. $9,000 to $30,000 ......- S *4. ?** -;:: :
All city conveniences and as little as INCLUDES:

-services. NO MONEY DOWNon Large Improved Lot G.!.:

-Beautifully landscaped. your lot LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE DIRECTIONS: Drive West on Built-in Kitchen Radiant I
: : $ 100 downVA$395dovnFHA Heat Garage er Carport -. I
S Swimming Peel Recreation RoomS 16th Ave. Turn All Masonry Construction _
: Completely now designs low paymentsas as Acres of Picnic Grounds S Central Heat Left on 38th St. Real Plaster Walls Ten... j

fqr Gainesville area. Central Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities Q!. 39th Terrace. 'so Floors Awning Window

$56.00 S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute Formic. Cabinets and von-

I North on N.E. 15th Several new homes ready Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks ities Fully Insulated Ceilings .

: Street to N.E.30th Avenue for immediate occupancy. 3 Elevators 'BUTLERBROtHERS All City Services


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Frid y. September 25. 1954 Gainesville Sun II
Wanted to Buy 64 Household Goods 64 Household Goods 66 Misc. For Salt
1 I I 65 Misc. For Sole 83 Motorcycles & Scoot.nALUTAT.

;f. COINS WANTED CLEAN_, used refrigerators for sale. 2 OVEN stove. refrig dlihw her Ntrt ano used chain saws lawnmowers RN sofa bad and I CftUSElRE
AH U.S. and foreign silver 171 {rxn. matching completely
i ,
condition adacrs.
good reasonable tamperlight
chair $35. Brown beige
overhauled looks FIRST
dollars ,proof sets and 155 price. Also Mlsc.., Items. 1707 E. plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs and black strip* walnut finish. flood. $100. Call FR 2-3223. runs OF 1965 RAMBLERSWED.
half dollari.REBEL .
DISCOUNTPRICES Univ. Ave. FR .,660I & Stratton. new and used mo Phone :J7 6-C2Ot.
STAMP & COIN SHOP I tors. Rental, sales and service.
83* W. University Ave. yr. old Kenmore elec. range Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE ALLSTATE metal utility trailer, 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS THUR. FRI. SAT.FREE :
excellent cond.. $100. Walnut twin' lath Ave. Phone 376-3411. like new $100.Coil
bed frame. $5. End tables & FR 6.7465 AIR CONDITIONING, Tune up COKES FREE COKES FREE COKES
CASH for your used appliances, lamps. 376-036S. SPECIAL Special, SZ50 for performance I Ites :
furniture, clothing, etc Call WIlliams We undersell everybody. kitchen 30' high T.V. mast. All channel -DON'T MISS THISI- All makes and models I
ONE dbl. sink with
Service Center. HawthorneRd. cabi- T.V. antennas. 50 antenna wire. We have a like new repossessed of Chrysler built
cars. Hawes-
372.3937.RETIRED net faucet 4 drain connections.Also REGISTER
I FURNITURE CO. 1 Royal apt. size gas stove, 75' guy wire, mounting bracket. i 164 Model, Swing.. Nedie. StitchDMatlc Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning FOR FREE PRIZES : ; I
Stand off Jig ma-
everything tag sewing
NW 5th Ave. used 30 days. See at 1612 E. you Servicing Center. 204 N.
executive would at 10th St.
chine, does aH stitches,
I ,- Invest In small business. Write SPRINGS for double bed head' Univ. Ave.DELUXE need. Only $18.95Also blind hems, etc. Take fancy ever 6 remaining Main St., Phone FR 22561. DRAWING SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 3 P.M. : I
to P.O. Box 61. Keystone Heights. board and frame Frigidaire electric of T.6t. Call 2-FIRST PRIZES
( maftressffoam -15
no range channel' master "Eccno Kit" payments 85 Automobiles for Salt Piece American Star Waterless Cookwar
Florida. rubber pad for double bed; like new cond.. 2 ovens deep $12 Credit Adjuster, 37276CO. Dealer.
draperies white lined. for large' well auto. timer. Ig. stora g e WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER 2-SECOND PRIZES-15 Cup Automatic Coffeemaker f
sliding doors fiber glass draperies drawer $7*. 372-2**!. PLYMOUTH 1955,, good condition; 1 .
64 Hawthorne Rd. THIRD
: Household Goods for small windows, gold 372.3937WE I DUNCAN PHYFE couch excellent $175. PRIZES-9-Piece Beverage Set -
I pink, bird WANT TO buy late t condition iW. Phone 376 20j: Call FR 2-9792. WINNERS NEED
green and beige large 66 Mite .For Sale. model used NOT BE PRESENTs : I
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested print; maple stool cane seat.' refrigerators. Exceptionally High SEARS tent 10 by 14" used twice. IMPALA ,
and Guaranteed Phone 3723117. trade-ins now given. $50. convertible "51. V I
Large Sears portable dishwasher
42 Refrigerators from S3 up BOB WHITE QUAIL WILSON'S EXCHANGE excellent condition. $100. floor shift. new interior. Must
COFFEE tables reupholstered liv. sell this week, sacrifice $35. FR COME SEE. =
9 Ranges from S3 up room suites bedroom suites G.E Dressed quail $1.25 each. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 66479. Phone FR 67648. 2-6226. _
17 Washers from lit up 'I refrlg., gilder, antique furnitureand I 462-131: Alachua, Florida. ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw FOR SALE .
I Dryers from $4* up for sale. Call FR 6.2027.REPOSSESSED Kelvlnator electric PONTIAC Starchief 158 4 dr.
2 Foed-Freezers from $** up bric-a-brac. Nearly Nu FurnIture ALMOST NEW Mark chain law refrlg. like new large freezer, hardtop P. B., PS, auto. $525.
2 Dishwashers from $ag up 311 .NW 8th Ave. FR 6- for sale. Call FR 62027. I I $45. Can FR 7532 after 6 P.M. See drive to appreciate. Call COME SAVE! =
10 TV Sets from $35 up 482. SEWING MACHINE 1,A4 White Design 0 Malic ZIg and all day Sunday. J_T. Glass FR 2-47S3.
l\ JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO BEST OFFER TAKES antenna Singer. Zig Zag. Used, like new Zag does all fancy stitches and I Used Vacuum Cleaners CHEVROLET NOVA 4 Dr.
41* NW Sth Ave.Ph. 3725303 complete dbl. bed. apt. stove. condition with Instructions ounonholes without attachments. sedan
gas and
164. Nothing down take
30 gal. water heater, elec. Ironer guarantee. $64.10 Balance. Dealer. Reliable party to assume only I $15 and up, some like new. Call ments. Call FR 2.1696 up pay. The 1965 : '
61 WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator, oil heater 321 NE 3rd St. 372-7680. 6 payments of U.20 each. M1kelt's 376-7110. Kirby or Sales see &at Service 712 N. MainSt. PM. after 5
cross top freezer* 10 cu. ft $90. Sewing Machine Service.
Sears Kenmor COLDSPOT refrigerator good ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under 815 W. Univ. Ave. 378-1355. DON'T VALIANT, ,
fan 20" Phone condition. $60. Call FR 2-U06 aft- merely brighten your car 60. A.T. r & h 4 dr., .
t 376-890 er 5:00 PM. wood office typewriter $55. Good FOR SALE 14' Wolverine boat. pets. Blue Lustre them. V-200, black exterior. r J. & white t .
condition. Phone
i 372-6738 after i with factory built trailer ands I eliminate rapid reselling. Rent Interior. Looks sharp, good mechanical :,. ;., 1 4... t"c.t J.... .
p.m.ELLA'S electric shampooer $1. McDaniel! .:. i'rv ,, r'
starter are tire Evinrude and 40 HP motor.e I e ctric Furniture Cos Gainesville Shopping condition. Call 372 5424 "' V 'IV :it. >t. lft I.
Center. new 163. radio _
I with new battery, fire ex heater, air conditioned.
Beginning new classes f A.M. tinguisher and life preserver. ROUND Maple dining tables with speaker, WW tires low milage rear, : 'til 5 P.M. Closed Thursday. All in excellent condition, $450. two leafs and six captains' chairs. sacrifice price. FR 27255. SENSIBLESPEOACUIARS'.
2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 For further Information phone $135 will sell separately. Phone
495-2141. FR 6-6760. FORD. 1954 runs good. $75. SIM !
FOR SALE new beautiful full CA 1959 almost new engine, -\
( length wedding dress, and several QUAILS for sole live or NEW 12 x 12 green rug and pad good tires, $375. $450 for both. j
dresses size 5, gas log 23" TV, oil space heater .I
party with matchIng dressed. Phone431.2674.. 411 NW 15th St. after J p.m. A.
shoes, size 6. Will sacrifice. 20" window fan. Phone FR MUST SELL. itd.til \ ;

Prone 378-2668. LET'S TRADE 6-9907. ___ ....... _
FORD. 15 2-dr. stand *'#hI )ooo
your tired air conditioner for a trans V
It SEARS Kenmore oil heater, 55,000 rebuilt washer, freezer, refrigerator 70 Boats-Marina Equip. I, economical to drive. Priced fo
t BTU like new, $75; gas stove $30 Immediate sale will conslde
1 + Hc. .ab.ri or dishwasher.
See at 1336 NE 7th St. Ph. FR 6- trade. FR 6-5542.
9805. A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 5 H.P. Johnson, excellent condition;
w FR 6-4267 $85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP '
CHEVY Impala 64. New
Johnson or Evinrude. Phone 376- ,
: NEW REPOSSESSED Singer port. ZIg GRAND OPENING '733 2.750 mi $2600. Call FR-
I bar Zag and attachments. Round bob- New (. Used Office MachinesAll
In, sews forward and reverse over makes & models 15'10" Sportscraft boat 3 Johnson 64405.
pins and needles. $6 per mo. balance Typewriters Adding machines 25 hp. motor. Original p r I c t
I 81411i $36. Mikell's Sewing Machine Cash registers Check protectors $2,000 will sacrifice for $200. MERCURY steering, brakes convertible, 1960 power
t Service. 815 W. Univ Ave. 37.. File cabinets, calculators. Phone 3767882. seats Large engine.windows.401 cones.&

1355. UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. 17 COBIA Fiberglas cabin cruiser, can 376-0096-
CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 2727 NW 6th St. trailer with Merc curtains motor and Tradewlnd screens MERCURY Montery 155. Very .....

i and Used $60 BLACK-DECKER 61 inch electric for entire boat. Also with all clean. $400
1 Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S saw, good condition. $40. Phone equipment required by law. Plus FR 6-2895 ARE HERE AT
: s a" Yt4 A.R4 FOTO INC. FR 2-B620 or FR 2-437t. extra acces. Priced right for Info. MERCURY 155 > :
619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 passenger station
0'iS4 ,9. call FR 2-112. 7 to > AM and 7
GOOD clean GE Filterflow Deluxe to PM. wagon AT radio, heater,
T-V antennas. S3 single stack $7 washer. Call FR 22436 after good tires, one owner good con- RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
double stack $1300 complete kit. 5:00 P.M. 1964 17 FT. Owens fiberglass boat dition. Call 3722340.
Jim Voyles, 41* NW 8th Ave. complete with top and side 4 .
COSCO feed & 60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent
play table $6; playpen rear curtains, 85 HP
Mercury motor
& cond., one owner, many extras
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY pad sa twin bed $15; ,
Chairs low as $8. No money B.4 bag (a luggage piece) 510; extras and Same Murray trailer., Many Priced right. Call FR 6-7824.
as new ran 20 .
down low as $5 per month. umbrella type clothes line $12, hrs. Will sacrifice. Call .-.5381.ext. RAMBLER AMERICAN
Free estimates, pickup and delivery car top luggage rack $10; 620 320 157 PORSCHE COUPE, completely
... service. All work guaran-- NW 36th Ter. 374-4131. evenings ext. 348 days. rebuilt excellent condition i i

teed. Phone 376-7786. PRE SEASON SPECIAL, until SCUBBA GEAR, new tank and throughout.<< See at 2115 NW 7th
Oct. 19 only. Living room size regulator pressure gage. $100. PL after 1 P.M.
LP GAS HEATER, Call Ronnie at 944-1482 or 64-3661 Lively New
plus our
gas '
:. 63 OLDS Jetfire, --
2 cylinders, plus complete normal and McCoy Lumber, FR 24361. fac. air turbo
charged, 4
loaded. John
Installation ready to heat Compeer.Economy
SERVICESHome Plerson FR 2-8743
or see at 1122
economically all for $4665 total 72 Office Equipment NW 4th Ave.
cost. (only $15.55 down). King
PROPANE LP GAS '61 Chevrolet park wood wagon, with
Archer Rd. FR 6-5110 COMPARE OUR PRICES air $1,300. STUDENT SPEC.
Save on Typewriters. Adding Machines CIAL, '54 Plymouth, Has SpectacularNew
CHAIRS. dining desk use. 4 Contour Check Protectors, Cash perfect cond
;' : And BusinessAuto shape, walnut finish,. $6.50 Registers Calculators. File Cabi 43.000 FR 64405.sworn to miles. $35. Phone Zing for '65!
ea. Also 2 flee hassock type nets.
fans. $s ea. Elec. hair clipper We buy used office machines. 1957 Cross country Rambler station
set $4. 3723481.FOR UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP & wagon, excellent condition. $500.

SALE F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. Call FR 61950. .................... .... .
35 C .......
mm Argus 3 my NW 6th St. ------------------ ---- ---- ..............,
BulldozingSMALL HOME REPAIRS F.3.5 camera with case $20. In-
quire 2832 NE 11th Ter. 155 CENTURY BUICK 2 tone. PS
bulldozer, loader, dump HOUSE REPAIRS PAINTING 73 Musical MerchandiseBAY & Brakes r & h, two new tires. RAMBLER j
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Topsoil 20 yrs. experience CLARINET wooden, b-flat, recondI- Very clean. $275. Phone FR 6- CLASSIC V-8 or 6 ji
Phone 3727846. Phone 376-0191 tioned $25; Detecto baby scale S3; 7043-
rubber foam bed pillows $1 ea. upright mirror piano, i
+ooByRepdrs Heating Remington Roll a matic elec. good tone. 372-3341 or I 164 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY i
Upholstery shaver $5.3762639. 3769257.WILL COUPE, local owner fully equip. All NewIntermediate :
Conditioning ped. Including air
FR L711i UPHOLSTER: your furniture at 2 matched grey stud ponies. $125 transfer to responsible party I actual miles, need cash money. Size!
ALL choice of four spinet console $3.600. New car delivered price :
Types Residential Oil Healing reasonable prices. Call Sally for ages 6-1) yrs.; 2 saddles or
Equipment Cleaned Experienced. FR pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- $4,400 Home phone, FR 64908.
Serviced. 6-9888. 4248 $60. Ponies & saddle must be sold Spectacular
Call T. S. (Tommy) Howze.FR N. W 13th TerRemodeling. together. Beauty shop hair dry- litter Spinet Piano trade back Bus. FR 62980. Styling i=
29961Mortgage. er, 3 speed $25; deep freeze, 350 save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with 1962 Falrlane, excellent condition. and Performance
t ID., $200, brown couch, 3 pc. sound & motion pick up payments Assume payments. Total cost i
Broker sectional, $60; 2 ton air conditioner we have a piano to fit $1100. FR 65472. Sensible Rambler
decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., :
t water cooled for businessor any
DO YOU NEED, Florida room, ex home, $200; aquarium, com- 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3760031. SPECIAL 1960 Falcon assume pay. Extra Values! :
MORTGAGE MONEY tra .room, more room, roof work plete with heater, filter, ments, total cost $350. Call FR 2- .
air SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at
SVt per cent Interest. Terms 2337. .
to or maybe a complete new home? tubes, ,
fish $15 a child road .
Glass 25 $495. Rebui't small Grind Piano
BUY BUILD REFINANCE For a free estimate, & guaranteed racer set, fine for X-mas gift $650 Also another truck 'load of ASSUME Balance 1962 Falcon I ... .. ....___. r
c work. phone Carl C. $30, 2 red chenile bedspreads auto. transmission, very clean. -- -------- -------- -- -- ,}
CIII those tine factory rebuilt pianos ;
AUTO CLASS: : Is Don fully guaranteed arrived today.
Byrd Ph. 376.3875
ness. Immediate Installation
free pickup & delivery. Add EXPERIENCED I CARPENTERPaint $S; sewing machine $10 We invite you to visit is for all 1960 RENAULT DAUPHINE $325.
Call between hours 7:30
beauty A value to your car. FHA and conventional at lowest and repair lobs performed by 12 A.M.only 3720652.) This ad will be to your musical needs. 15 Peugeot $425. Both cars In RAMBLER AMBASSADOR V-8 6'
MAUL DIN'S AUTO GI ASS CO. current rates. Terms to 25 carpenter who loves his trade. run for 3 days. LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE perfect cond. Must sell, Joe or
323 N.W. 6th St. FR -2SSI.r years. Will gladly discuss at no CALL FR 6-4907 112 SE 1st Street Reda, 1614 NW 3rd PL, or call '

( obligation.. W. KIRKPAIRICK Call tomorrow.J. Realtor. Paper REEL type Johnson lawn mower FOR SALE used console piano, ex- FR 2207. TOP DOWN TOP-OF-THE-LINE SURPRISE FOR 1965" .

r Auto EquipmentHYDRAULIC 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-844 Tile of All Hanging Kinds--Painting Linoleum Hotpolnt Kenmore automatic stove 1162 tra nice. We lust received another VW 1960 DELUXE with heater. ,
portable dishwasher. good condition clean. $1000.
Dry Wall WorkC.C.GREEN load of good used upright pI-
FRED B. ARNOLD Call 3721127. anos from Boston. Make your selection Phone FR 2-3477
: JACKS rebuiltexchanged I Sensible
Repair kits for FHA AKD REALTOR CONVENTIONAL McIntosh, Fla 51-3361 SEWING MACHINES gone. Terms now before for all.they GAINES are all VALIANT, 63. standard shift, V-100, .?..
:ctalkea1: Hydraulic: authoriz LOANS Trade-Ins priced from $9.95 up. VILLE MUSIC CENTER, 1025 W. 225 engine radio. Phone 372-7838
Jack EauSpectacular
CENTER after 6PM
Service HU\t'S BRAKE I21' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372.3522F. Roofing Univ. Ave. 372 5421.
Agent. 611 W. University Ave.
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. ., H. A. & Conv. loans All Work Guaranteed ZENITH 120 base accord I.", like 195 TR-3. Roadster, ridw heat
Main FR' ,."" FORDYCE 8, ASSOCIATES. INC. C. L. HARRELL SIMMONS new, cost $500 will sell for er, wire wheels 43,000 miles.
REALTORS ContractorFor Hlde-a-way bed beige $175. Also 48 base, $75. H II I- Good condition. Phone 376474.
vinyl, like new S75. 3510 N. W.
AdvertisingBOOKMATCH 92. W. Unlv 876-1236 all your rooting needs and repairs 33rd PL Phone FR 6-894X crest Trailer Ct. Lot A2. 156 JEEP Station wagon. 4 wheel Look!
r call us anytime.FR EARLY AMERICAN sofa and SPINET PIANOS drive, also 151 pickup truck. CallJ. Big ,
ADVERTISING OFFICE EQUIPMENT 6-7745 matching chair $70. Phone FR 6- L. Smith at FR 2-8661. Daytime ''I '
and MONOGRAMINGCall 8711. 2 spinet pianos with matching or FR 2-1388 night time.
benches and pew warranty, repossessed -
'372.2768.Appraisal Hank. Blackstock SAVE Sewing Machine R.palnCALLSEWING AIR COND. Emerson 14 tap new 163 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon. 4
our Service Dept. repair $200. Must sell because moving. Gridley Music Co. dr., V-8, A.T., heater, power
clean or adjust your office ma- steering like a real deal at SPECTACULARS NOW!
chines. MACHINE SERVICE about $70. Phone FR 6-3662 until Gainesville Shop Center 3725353 new. SEE ALL 3 SENSIBLE
Service CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. 11:00 P.M. ""5. Call 3723251 after a P.M.
Excellent service. Compare our 3781355. We repair all FOR SALE Monarch B-flat clarinet and all day Sat. & Sun. '="
Prices. 12 gauge dbl. barrel shotgun $45; reconditioned In excellent I
FRED .. ARNOLD. UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. Makes Work fully_guaranteed. new Black & Decker elec. saw shape S7S Phone 3724791.Automotive. 155 FORD CONY. good top, good
REALTOR & F&E $25 M-1 carbine tires, good looking. Fully equip.
CHECK PROTECTOR CO. ; $75; Smith-Car- M
REAL ESTATE SERVICE APPRAISAL 2727 NW 6th St. TELEVISION ona typewriter, $35; trampoline ped, priced at $395 316 NE 1st St. otor;

$85; G. I. steel cots $4; Ig. SS
121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522
PlumbingSEWER PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. (1 coffee urn $50, spike German 87 Automobiles VYonter RIDGWAY i
per Inch plus S10 to Install most helmet $22; machetes S3. knap
Garage Doors tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special sacks $1; Scubair regulator & 83 Motorcycles & Scooters I CARS WANTED, .'50-54 Fords
INSTALLEDNEW Reconditioned TV's from S*,*5. tank $75; BC-348Z short wave receiver & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Service
GARAGE DOOR SPECIALIST & used fixtures, complete THE VARIETY STORE $85 1964 HONDA 150 excellent condi- Station '16 SE 4th St.
Installation & repair. Havlncr garage plumbing service "BIG" JIM 1 S.E. 1st Ave. CONSIGNMENT SALES, tion, $425. See at Shady Nook I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
door troubles? Call R. G.
HUGUI EY. Gainesville Plumb 4 Technicians with 84 years ex- Army Surplus. Trailer Park lot 15. See at 3101 ADVERTISE IN THE
Cobb 372 1003. 3780 NW If In Ave. ing FR 2.1589. perience on all makes. 425 SE 2nd St. SW 34th St. off Archer Rd. SERVICE DIRECTORY "

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I 163 CADILLAC Sedan conditioning DeV lle., low Factory$ air 57 OLDSMOBILE 8SH. i..pc.upef200 Premiere Hardtop Coupe. -

i I... mileage. One owner. World famous quality. JCQC / A Full size Station Wagon. Factory 58 LINCOLN Loaded, excellent $595 =-

1 I mm CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Factory air 00 BUICK air conditioning. One $ QC mechanical condition. ,. . . . II!!!:

01 conditioning. $O7QC owner. Low w I *295 .
Loaded with deluxe features . A* Sedan. Runs good.

59 BUICK Electra Sedan. Beautiful $ ] IQC 295 j
59 CADILLAC White: : & *1CQC new white paint. Luxury model. . . O.K. . . . f@

light blue. Outstanding buy . . I J7e? 159 BUICK Hardtop Coupe. Air 995 59 MORRIS MINOR 5295ijrm -

conditioning. . . Good buy.

57 CADILLAC Fleetwood. Factory $ Station Wagon. $

air conditioning. Outstanding buy: . / 73 63 CHEVROLET Bel I Air station $ 01 FALCON' Standard shift. s. IU7 / 'w
/ 98 Holiday s dan. Factory wagon. V-8 power steering. One owner. .. Jmt 160 FORD Station Wagon. 6 cylinder $"fQC -

62 OLDSMOBILE air condi- standard shift .. . / 7J -- -

tioning and fully equipped. . . $2595 760 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. $ 1 095 CADI\- Sedan. 6 cylinder automatic $395 .

t 98 Sedan. Factory air 6 cylinder, radio Or 30 rUlilStransmission, power steering

C .t 62 OLDSMOBILE conditioning, /m CHEVROLET Impala Hardtop sedan. 57 FORD Station Wagon. V-8. $395'CO

cruise control----------------------- $2395 01 Factory air con- $ Runs slick. . . . )

98 Holiday Sedan. Fac- ditioning, V-8, power steering. . . | 595 '61 Sedan. Factory air $ 1495

I 160 OLDSMOBILE tory air conditioning. V-8' runs $ CHRYSLER conditioning. . .-.a

t..... Roomy comfort, luxury and $ lAQC 50 CHEVROLET 9: :: . 250jr 62 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop =frd I

dependability. . . . . . / | FORD Galaxie i Sedan. Air conditioning, Facto con-

I "don Power 01 power steering.: Excellent $ ditioning.' Full power, leather interior, '2995

60 OLDSMOBILE ,8,:e"ntdoy: $ 1 w J J cruise control .' . . --'

Priced to sell . . . 295 '64 PONTIAC 761 DODGE Station JK. 1295

t Catalina Hardtop SOOQCsedan. One. ) (

59 OLDSMOBILE ss H, t 0f *995 .. Air conditioning. .- /J 761 PLYMOUTH S5ET.U: ; 1295

Coupe. White and gold. Sharp. . . 63 RAMBLER
Air 550 sedan. With New Yorker Hardtop Sedan. -
58 ; $695 conS
o g. automatic transmission. 20,635 miles. Factory air | |jgr

1III('_. _1 $ ditioning, full power . . _

58 OLDSMOBILE.98 convertible. 595 761 RAMBLER Station Wagon. 1095 '59 PLYMOUTH : $695l

Good looking, good driving. . : '62 VOLKSWAGEN Station Wagon. .

2 door. Automatic White. $
58 OLDSMOBILE 395 1295 59 CHRYSLER :Coupe.
,,.?, radio, sharp. . . . . . ..., Hardtop '$1AQC

Factory air conditioning. Loaded. .
57 88 2 door sedan. Deluxe '$190C' G.MJLC. FINANCING

Factory air conditioning.i . . . P395 Station Wagon.,3,seater, radio . . CTD OPEN EVENINGS -: CLOSED SUNDAYS


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.. _: NEW Number used car lot is overloaded

jAj 1< 8-1411 new reconditioned with like t J V NFW

4y automobiles. I

J '. must make
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trade-ins on our 1 ,' ."'c- ', ,;' or" "' ". ." ; .: '
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.I new '65. so I'm ,. :::4

.. cutting prices to I ,
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the bone. Just look: I ,,ti
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". AUTO SALES Belvedere, 4 door,
1007 N. Main St. :
Phone FR 2.6313 63 PLYMOUTH sedan, radio, heater,
; MORE Northccntral Florida'sIndependent automatic transmission, air con- $lfAC !
e Largnt ditioning. Was $2195 .NOW 1773
63 VALIANT V200 2 door sedan, .
ON PRECEDING automatic transmission, heater. $1 ( 4
THE CORRECT Was $1695 . . :NOW 595 . .. -
: PACE TIME .. I .. .
Impala, 4 door ,
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63 CHEVROLET ,'. r ; ; .. : _
'. FR 2-1411 hardtop, automatic -
transmission, V8, 'radio,
Courtesy Of power steering
University Chevrolet heater, sharp. $O1 1 A
. . ZIIU On 9
N.Main St.at 16th Ave. Was $2395 u. NOW Display 'Today''til... p.m.
'a BUICK LcSabrt 4 door i 4 door hardtop crown,
sedan automatic transmission steering,
steering power brakes. power power

power low radio miles.heater.,..,air.....conditioned.......SUM ditioned.brakes, radio Was, heater$4495, air. .con$4295 .

; MELTON MOTORS New Yorker, 4 door
power steering power "
brakes, radio, heater, air .e SeeThe the Fabulous 1965 Ford! ', : 'i '-
.: 'POOLECA6LEMOTORS ditioned. Was $3595 . ; .. : J..,. .
"700" 4 door 4 speed, -
: '63 CORVAIR radio: $ e Most Beautiful Ford Ever!

: DODGE-DART heater. Was $1595 ... .NOW 1495 _
Savoy, 2 door automatic -
W SE 1st Ave. 37J-4343 Deluxe MIcrobus: sunroof with '
a, top windows. radio, heater, and 62 PLYMOUTH transmission e The Most Changed Ford in the 15 Year
other accessories.:: Only 3.000miles.
like new 50 BHP. radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean.
: Value Rated $2695 Was $1195 . . NOW $1 095

Used Cars '63 PONTIAC '62 MERCURY 4 door station wagon, History of the Ford Division! ; .

; B&G MOTOR CO. Tempest: LeMans air conditioned radio, heater, auto- .. ..' ,' {. ,
white with red top 4 matic transmission, power steering, power .. j :t '
: Cadillac Oldsmobile speed transmission. brakes, air conditioned. $ ,
.I 2001 NW 13th St. $1895 Was $2195 . . .NOW 1995I .

.., TROPICALPONTIAC '63 red VOLKSWAGENRuby clean. $1495 radio 61, heater VALIANT, real sharp.V-200 transmission 4 door, automatic 45 New Models Available Now!

: '62 VOLKSWAGENPearl Was $1145 . . .NOW $1 045
: 302 N.W. 8th Ave. nice. white radio WSW. extra 4 door, station wagon,
.. FR 2-2583 $1295 O 1 RAMBLER power steering, automatic -
'. transmission, air conditioned, radio,
61 heater. $

.: BARKLEYMOTORS Beryl green radio. $1095 Was $1495 . . ... NOW IJV5
station wagon, 4 See These
: 60 door, automatic
MIN THE AUTO GAME- Mango green clean. $995 radio, heater, air $ and r
: BARKLEY'S THE NAME" conditioned. Was $1395 NOW 1 195 ,
2201 N.Main St. '59 VOLKSWAGEN
: FR 2-4373 Sunroof radio, heater black. 'CHEVROLET 4 door 'Impala, Many:. OtherModels :
$895 automatic transmission -
radio, heater. $1AAP 1
'64 VOLKSWAGEN, Was $1295 . . .NOW 1095 i
Pickup.: like new radio.
$1750 'Aft DODGE 4 door sedan, radio, heater -
ROMEO OU power steering, power Y
6Z ALFA brakes, automatic transmission. Most Colors'Available
: FORD condition.Sprint. Dark blue. Immaculate: Was $995 . . . .NOW $895

$2195 '60 CHRYSLER Saratoga, 4 door 1..
'61 VOLKSWAGENDeluxe sedan, power steer-
; CLEARANCE MIcrobus red and ing power brakes, radio, heater, automatic
white extra clean. transmission. SliAP
$1495 Was $1295 . . .NOW I I 95CQ

: SALE '59 CHEVROLET / Electra, 4 door sedan, radio,
Blue 2 door VI clean. J7 BUICK heater, air conditioned '.,._.,- v---'
.. $595 automatic transmission, power'steering, power r :

: SHAW 'Wagon 56 JEEP. as Is. Was brakes.$1245 . .'. . .NOW $1095PIYMOIITU (

.. $195 '59 Fury 4 door sedan, ,
a & radio, heater, auto-
matic transmission. Sf *
Miller- Was$795. . . . .NOW 645 F v.ye.

: KEETER Brown i 57 MERCURY 4 door sedan, radio, .. -
heater, automatictransmission. -if
1 .
:. 238 W. University 1030E. e Was $495 . . . .NOW M50 L -
Univ. Ave. I
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: Phone FR 6.5371 FR 2-3582 /CT BUICK Roadmaster 2 door hard- -- \
JI top, radio, heater,'automatic K
transmission. SAP* %
1 Was $495 . . . .NOW
'57 PLYMOUTH 2 door 6 cyl. automatic :
: BUY AT NORTHWEST transmission,
radio, heater. Smut*
: 50x10 I Was $295 .NOW

: 2 BEDROOM '55 BUICK ROCI.dmaster. 4 door, sedan,
radio, heater, automatic
: ONLY transmission, air conditioned.

Was. $445 . .. . NOW 350


: SO ,sunroof radio, -
: SEE TOM or JACK at.. heater. ,
Was$1695 ._ . . NOW$1595 -
: Northwest* Trailer Sales -
163 FIAT
: 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. 11004 door, sedan; '
:.. At Palm Lanes 3760205"NOTICE" 'heater Was$1195 . NOW $1 095 SAVE AS MUCH' AS *900

-. radio,

: Was heater.63$1295 VOLVO. .. . ._. ..NOWI '$1195 On BrandNew 1964 Models r

:. CLOSING OUT SALE heater. 544 2 door sedan c-, radio--J. .....

Was $1695 . . NOW 1595 f. _..,
: Lease up Oct. 1st. Hove to clear lot by'Wed. .
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61 FIAT ,-. .. -- -
: night ept..30..All can trucks must be sold 2100 4 door, radio, heater.
One OP.EN7IL9' _: r
: some will be sold less than my cost, The Was $1150 SHAW '
$1245 . .. NOW' >. x MONDAY thru -
:. .rest will be sold at cost Jf you need 'a i. Hague T FRIDAY 3

.: car-You.can't afford to.miss this 20 cars See; J. L'SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH,. PAUL GAINESVILLE, FLA. -

:. and trucks to choose from Open'7:30 A1.M.7:30.P.M. : BARNETT: FRANK 5RAY. : KEETER m

: weekdays. Open:.Sunday .1 to 6


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: Hawthorne. Rd.Phone3725285 ::.-' .. .. I PHONE n. I? FR. .15-5371- ., 4,,, nopyI .- J:
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: '> 238 WEST UNIVERSITY: AVENUE .Archer ;:

312. N..MAIN. ST. FR 6-3400 .. .;:-,.,.; ..... \ .-
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Friday, September 25 1964 Golncsville Sun __19



I I BEFORE Barkley Motors.announces

a II T ra. ho i is now a Volvo Pec&Ier


for these reasons I :. ;>} I' .

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Volvo out-accelerates other popular-priced ;;; :,T:

A '65. compacts in every speed range..gets f over. -,...-;.:;,--N,";. ,ti .t<,' ..- -"

Tr 25 miles to the gallon like the little economy

nwe -

( See how -much money .you x cars. is virtually indestructible. (V VLV O .

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can save on a nearly new r. d a
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car at Northcentral Florida's a

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\ No. 1 Independent Dealer. F,'

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,WHY TAKE THAT BIG 1st l.4 S'y 1 'I tl y ;,,; w, t :s. .y i o y .. ire....a?'t v I
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YEAR 'b.: .: ,,,
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Drive & enjoy nearly new a.m.a aY

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J comfort at a used car price! k

This is Mr. Bill Barkley This is his dealership

64 FORD .
$ 2201 N. MAIN ST. .
2794 Gelar Factory Warranty. and equipped with factory air
conditioning. PS. AT; V-8 engine, R&H beautiful .. '
Red.finish with matching interior. WSW. : "

$ '64 VW F? :

2154 9 passenger bus complete leatherette interior; split '
front seat two tone Green finish. This bus is in
like new condition. :.


" $3074, Super S po rt. 2 dr. hardtop. This car like ne win 122 Compact'
.every aspect Has Maroon finish with Silver bucket
(Also available 2 door) ,
'seats and console shift. as a :;
Equipped with AC AT ...,

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r .rr w k r. r.-
$ Y fi 544 Compact
t. 1745. Holf-ton Pick-up. Flatside body heavy duty tires
R&H. 6 cylinder engine, 1100 miles. Ready for


$2784 Electra 225 Convertible. Perfect condition inside ilfi r ..,,............. .
and out. Equipped with Red leather bucket seats
.. AC. R&H. PS, PB_, EW., E seats local one-owner car.
.. ,. . .

63 CHEVROLET 1225 Compact, WagonThese

$2567 Impala 4 dr. hardtop. Fully equipped including ;
factory air conditioning PS, PB. R&H. WSW. It hasa are the Volvos he sells.
white .exterior blue interior.
(Go down and drive one.)

P1800-S Gran Turismo

*2563. top Cutlass and Convertible.WSW tires.Silver White rose leather finish interior with white with SAVINGS UP TO, '$600 ON ALL SPORTS, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN CARS
t r bucket seats and is equipped ,with ACe? PS. PB,
--or -- -,- ,R&H. AT. exceptionally clean car. 1964 ENGLISHFord 1962 SIMCA 1956 MERCEDES 1963 CADILLAC -
Consul radio heater. 11,000 miles,radio heater 180D radio heater sedan DeVille loaded.
-i: 63 MERCURY :," '
$1595 $995 $995 : $4295
$2663, Monterey Custom. Like new shiny block with.red
leather interior equipped with factory air conditioning 1964 TRIUMPH ," /: I 1962 MERCEDES 1963 OLDS
Fully automatic breezeway., 1962 VOLKSWAGENSedan 1
PS PB seats. TR4 radio heater. 190 sedan radio, heater. Super SB.loaded, '
radio heater. :
$2695 $2695 $3095
$1495 ..
,: '59 VAUXHALL- 1964 HILLMAN 1962.SUNBEAM 1963 CHEVROLET ,' '

196 'Custom station wagon, equipped with 4 cylinderengine Minx Super radio heater,automatic. ..J. : 1961 SUNBEAM Alpine,radio heater. Impala,4 door hardtop,loaded /
transmission. .Alpine, radio, heater.
and heater Good transportation. $1695 $2495
t $1695 ; $1295'

,._- '- 1.- 1962 PORSCHE 1962 PLYMOUTH
60 FALCON 1964 TRIUMPH 1960 VAUXHALLSedan ... Super radio, heater. Belvedere door automatic transmission,. /
$.7.84Deluxe Soitfre.. radio heater. radio heater radio heater power steering, 4
) 1 dr sedan R&H. standard transmission.-: $2095 $2995
$695 $1395
a' sti /_
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) -" 1963 FIAT- '. 'I960 FIAT Triumph radio heater whit.wads.Overdrive. 1962 BUICK .f
'56 FORD 1100 sedan, radio, heater. I'. ',?,; S..,day radio,heater. LaSabra 4 doq .5ardtop, loaded, '
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Johnson*<,. A 'Do-Plenty' Congress I IBy THE ;'

Meeting JAMES MARLOW "What I want to get across to Democratic leader in the. Sen Senate committeeto recon- '$. ,_
AP News Analyst both of you before the next session cile differences -agreed to a f ) -

WASHINGTON (AP) \begins is that good-fellow- ate.At the time of his death two of bill, broadening and expandingthe -

There's one thing you've heard ship for the sake of goodfellowship Kennedy's most important bills National Defense Education p :

Mateos 'almost absolutely nothing about alone, an easy life to avoid a tax cut and civil rights Act.

in the presidential criticism, and acceptance of were just unfinished business.He There is slim thimndIiew
even a possibility -
defeat before issue (
an has been
had been able to be
never that before this
By FRANK CORMIER so far. That's joined, make, all of them, less Congress i
Analysis: harsh with Congress. He called finishes it will have passed
WASHINGTON (AP) President -this presentCongress What The for tional party success than and for na- the failure to get action "unfor- some kind of program linked
Johnson heads today forTexas whichhas safety a few drag- tunate."
to Social Security of medical
Newsthe down and knock-out fights
Oklahoma and Arkansason done one of
But in an astonishingly' short care'for the aged. This seemed:l
an to
a tour that includes most amazlleans unwillingness accept de-
an on- I
time Johnson to
began get ac -
impossible last and for
the-border meeting with Mexi ing ,turnabouts feat without a fight"President year -
most of this '
co's; President Adolfo Lopez in history. Truman helped get tion.Before the end of jast February one. '; ;ti ,-, 1
of the other
Mateos. But you. can expect.to hplenty' himself elected in 1948 when he Congress passed the tax Here are some :
about it from the Democrats measures passed by this CongreSs -
Johnson's first stop is El denounced the Republtem.nmCongress measure, an $HJ>-billion'cut in I'
Paso, Tex., for the ceremonialmeeting who run Congress, and that year as a "donothing" personal and corporate income, : I
President Johnson, ,who needledit Mass transportation aid for '
with Mateos. Congress..Bmitwas ,
Lopez the biggest in history.In un **
Johnson then flies to Eufaula, into an extremely: impressive not all that bad and was far early July Congress, afteran urban areas; pay raises for ; I :=-.: :

Okla., Oklahoma City, Texarkana record, when this session'ends.. ,superior to the 1963 session of 83-day Senate battle, passedthe federal employes and membersof f! :
In 1963 the first half of the
:this Congress poverty war
,. Ark., and, finally, the LBJ Congress. most far-reaching civil ; program -
two-year session this was the livestock and beef import ---,
Ranch at Johnson City, Tex., fora There ; '-
was a gentle and gen- rights bill in history. __' -
greatest collection of congres- controls; expansion the food F
stay. tlemanly attitude about Con- Thursday the Senate passed a .
since when
sional dawdlers 1940 stamp program; expansion of -
Sen. Barry Goldwater, the President Roosevelt got fed up gress last year. And President foreign aid authorization bill vocational educational programs =-

Republican presidential candidate -with the Congress he had to deal Kennedy, whose vital programswere after adopting a compromise ; establishment of a wil- announces effective tomorrow
was in Texas and Oklahoma with. being-ignored, was one of solution to its long controversyover derness ,

this week and had can- He blamed its wretched performance the gentlest in dealing with both legislative reapportionment. land-water preservation.conservation system programs ; *
vassed Arkansas earlier. House and Senate. '
on "goodfellowship"hi additional funds for
The three states have a.totalof a letter to the then speaker of ,As soon as he moved into the The aid bill now goes to a public;works; pay raises for Saturday, September 26th,

40 electoral votes. Texas, the House, Sam Rayburn, who White House Johnson began Senate-House conference com- military personnel in 1964; f
with 25 votes and Arkansas, died in 1961, and the present using his skills on the tardy, mittee to. iron out' differences wheat and cotton subsidies;

with 6 went Democratic in 1960 speaker, John McCormack, who lackadaisical lawmakers that he between the two houses. This federal aid for doctor, dental .

Oklahoma's 8 votes wound, was then the Democratic majority had learned in 23 years in House shouldn't be hard. and nursing schools; federal aid it will have a __
i leader and Senate seven of them Also Thursday another House- .... -
up hi the Republican column. I IJohnson's : as for academic facilities for col- _4't .;';

meeting with Lopez ,_,. -_ :....W'
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Mexican presidency next Into All *** "
Inquiry Angles : v 1
month, was in the nature of a ,
celebration of last year's El
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Chamlzal Treaty settling a 97- --'\ YJ_ NEW

year-old the.United border States dispute and Mexico.between Of Baker Deal Promised 'JIi' ,

Terms of the treaty call for p
the.: two countries to exchange Km fork mtntt that $25,000 of an overpayment then, and is now, under'inves-

various parcels of land in the El By CABELL PHILLIPS for a performance bond made tigation by both the Federal eats ctom servict
by McCloskey as'builder of the Bureau of Investigation and
Paso area, with Mexico nettinga WASHINGTON ChairmanB. largest national \
stadium, .found its way i n t 0Baker's the Internal Revenue Service. "
of 437 The
gain acres. two Everett Jordan of the Sen- claims network.
countries also will collaborate in hands as a contribu- The expectation. among committee -
ate Rules Committee Thursday Contact me today!
tion to the Kennedy -. Johnson sources is that he will
putting the Rio Grande into a promised that all.principals: in
campaign fund of 1960. again claim immunity.
concrete channel along the new the reopened investigation into
border so the river won't wander the private business affairs of Jordan said' that McCloskey The Baker 'inquiry has be a 117 N.E. .

: again in the future and Robert G. Baker'would be call- has already agreed to appear come deeply involved in elec- 16th Ave.

cause further boundary difficul- ed on to testify.He before the committee. when re tion year politics, with lead- ,

tied.. indicated a hope that hear quested to do so. ing Republicans claiming a t PhoneFRankUn r-:i.;.... ,

The Johnson-Lopez Mateos I ings might begin next week. The chairman said that an- "coverup" and a "whitewash"to :1 a,

meeting bore a nonpolitical Other committee sources cast other to be questioned is DonB. avoid Democratic embarrassment "

label. However, it was certain I doubt on the prospect of such Reynolds, a Maryland insur- 11 2-0444
ance man.who handled,the writing When Williams made '
to have some political impact in rapid progress, however. his
a section with a heavy Mexican-' Following a closed meetingof of the stadium performancebond I charges concerning the stadium Ralph Turlington r -

American population. the rules committee Friday, and who is alleged to "kickback" on Sept. 1, the ..
the chairman also told reporters have passed the $25,000 over- President ordered the FBI to shots : -
Flying to Texas with Johnson the to make a STATE FAR ., r..
that President Johnson payment on premium prompt investigation of t,
was the state's Democratic the FUt r.c-ttJ c...., lll i tr
Baker. testimony matter. This .
would be asked for an ,executive Reynolds gave is now in.pro Galcetllgg "".
John Connally, old .1'"
governor an .
order giving the panel : twice in executive ses- gress. I
friend and political ally of the .
access to the income tax re- non m me earner pnase on I : 3 -11': t :
President who has been a guestat the investigation, the transcripts !
turns of Matthew H. McClos- t
talks.the White House for political key, Philadelphia contractorand later being made pub- ETERNAL VIGILANCE || } .'.- f ,:i I 'or
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prominent Democraticfund lic.Baker I tt tti .;?'. :.-. 1 "
raiser, and ethers connected will also be called, the IS THE PRICE : f? > "_..
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Future FarmersSet with the construction chairman said. At an earlier iii' .... .... ,. -,. -
four years ago of the Districtof appearance before the committee OF 'FREEDOM" ;. .t ;: ; :
Columbia stadium. under the former i
Initiation :
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The new phase'of the investigation Senate majority secretary refused i ; h, :; I

The Gainesville High School is concerned mainly with to testify, claiming con- ." ,<;\, ....
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chapter of Future Farmers of allegations made recently by stitutional immunity >against I BEGIN :I: i ._ li -
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America will initiate new mem Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del., self incrimination. He was ,

bers at a meeting scheduledOct. YOUR.I I 1

the. 3.chapter now has 33 members QUINTS PARENTS ADD ":: r FR :'.i";.d. f .

and this expected to Increase I r r.

to 50 this school term, NEW BABY TO BROODby -, ...' "
according to Advisor Harry Ly- !

dick. ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) A two doctors who had attended TONIGHT !
Chapter officers this in-
year "bouncing" baby girl of 10 Dr. James Berbos when
clude Mike Runnels
; pounds plus was born Thursday Berbos was in charge of the
Tom Castell vice
president; night to Mrs. Andrew Fischer, quints' delivery Sept. 14, 1963.
Jerry Wetherington, Secre- who birth to The from I If have
31, gave quintupletsa quintuplets weighed you not yet
tary; David Koger, sentinel; little over a year ago. 2'% to 4 pounds and were kept in
registered for the Nor.
Randal Flage, treasurer; Ron-
The who weighed 10 isolettes for days with careful
baby -
ald Gotcher, reporter; and Ed- 3rd General
win Andrews, parliamentarian. pounds, 7 ounces and measured check on temperature and Election 81411
21% inches and the mother humidity. They were fed
Luke'sHospital through tubes put into their
were doing well at St.
a spokesman reported.The noses. YOU CAN REGISTERIN

WE GOT sandy-haired mother of 11 I' The news that Mrs. Fischer

children lapsed into sleep short. 'had given birth to four girls anda ,ALACHUA COUNTY
boy this
one month
ly after the birth, and there was year ago
immediate comment from rocketed the family into world
fame and fortune.In I
If are:
her.Andy addition to the quints and
Fischer, 39, was at the I
their ((1)) 21 old Nor. 3rd
baby sister there are four years by
and took the news
hospital '
girls and one boy, ranging in (2)) A citizen of the United States
CHARGE SO LITTLEr stride, except one
thing. He said he and his wife, ages from to 8. ((3)) A permanent resident of Florida FOR ALLDEPARTMENTS:
rent a car from i 1gcoNO The bespectacled mother has for one ,
Mary Ann, had been hoping year :J' ..
) had an unusually busy (4)) A
|a boy since the lads were outnumbered resident of Alachua County for ,
even with assistance in
I bringingup six months
-3S-7 two to eight..
her family. But she goes for
i His reaction was relayed by
one outside activity in a. big
Sister Richard, and the shy I
Gas OH Insurance AH Included ,
father secluded himself for the
NO DROP CHARGETO I She captained her local bowl-
I night, announcing he was not
JAX AIRPORT ing team in the Women's Inter- REGISTERTONIGHT
available to reporters.Dr. '
Phone FR 6-3644 national
James Hovland deliveredthe Bowling Congress at
MOTEL latest child and was assisted Minneapolis last spring and !
fired three respectable games
that averaged 154,161 ad 176.

Attention Livestock Producers! I Alaska IronDiscovered Because of the increased volume of phone calls Glue to

the rapid growth of the Sun and of the entire Gainesville

If yea have beg or cattle to "' ..
area, the Sun has found it to
necessary change its
ell new or la the future pleasecontact ': (C) New Yrk Times ;phone

one of the buyer atCepebBo1 NEW YORK The StandardOil numbers
to a single multiple-series number that will better -
Sausage c.....,aa4 Company (Indiana) has an-

live these a. opportunity to nounced that one of its subsi-I Registration books at the Supervisor of Registra serve present e4s and tJ1at-will allow .ample- room,
diaries had discovered
buy your livestock. ore tion's.office in.the Court House are through for .
deposits in Alaska that it was open future expansion. #

a estimated could produce nearlyone Saturday October 3 rd. 1964. ,including tonight. i ,, :.

COPELAND OFFERS YOU billion tons of recoverable until'9 p.m. -
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The deposits, which were :;
A political .rtiMMelit for r '
staked and claimed by Pan I -
1. Cash market every day. American Petroleum Corporation better flovcraMcat peW for by .. ':, FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS- ;

2. No commission. are situated at the head of Citizen's'for GoUw tr., :.t.MSE. .* -t., ** ,:\ :

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