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 30, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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(AP) The
Senate Investigations subcom-

mittee makes public today its

# Wl report on Billie Sol Estes, the
West Texas financier whose
empire crashed in a national .g Bailey Sees

MS Nfi' F'GArin M scandal.
Republican committee mem-
Need ForExpansion
bers have indicated the report

will severely criticize the Agri- '
5 ; Sftky > % culture Department, charging

#*. Estes was shown favoritism in ; '
, dM some of his dealings. .. .
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9 Estes, who once claimed he ''{:'''.' ".' "',., By
& f' Sun Education Writer
was worth $50 million, was a ..
far-flung operator, one of the y :?: Florida's top ranking educator -

Ii 'q M... al'fea"t ; largest storers of government < _Ad' f <"" predicted here Tuesday that
i, '
1 tilizer. .. :" < '. added to the present UF
medical in Gainesvillesoon
His empire, valued once at :
\ N $150 million, collapsed in the rkdaJ will place a tremendous

II. ?o.adua spring of 1962 as criminal .. .. demand for trained nurses and
N ::,..' .. medical technicians.
I.'I charges were lodged against : .
'I him. State of Education Thomas
and creditors pressed him. 9 A"f. Supt
..tIt \ .'b "..,.., .,;. D. in to
Bailey speech
'Ca' M !A6fY..lffdM1R.w.3G1.: The Agriculture Department < 1.k .. : a
')f.A ,4 -- "';;- ..M. the Gainesville Club
AP Wirephoto to Sun' ) pulled the rug out from under Rotary ,
*.f TROPICAL STORM SWEEPS INTO GULF the Pecos financier when it / said present vocational educa-
canceled grain storage contracts .SyS od.y tional programs in Alachua
due to pay him more than V

I \i $5 million a year. Eventuallythe ..x .:
HILDA remnants of his
DRENCHES operationswere '
/}!/ County schools will not beginto
auctioned for $5.8 million.Of i
fill the need, not only from
prime interest to Senate
the hospitals but from elec-
f' investigators was his acquisitionof
I 'CUBAN CROPS tronic industries in this area.
thousands of acres of valuable
., cotton acreage planting Bailey said both the medicaland
a allotments in complex land electronics needs of the
MIAMI AP-Tropical) Storm The radio broadcast of Education
gave no (See ESTES on Page 2)) future will necessitate a con
Hilda deluged Cuba's Pinar Del damage estimates.
j. Rio Province with a 13-inch rain Alachua County's vocational education p roblems got serious consideration after tinuous upgrading of vocational

that threatened destruction of State Supt. Thomas D. Bailey's talk yesterday From left are SuperintendentelectWilliam education.He .

its rich tobacco crop, Havana NEW ORLEANS (APTrop Johns QuitsInvestigative S. Talbot, Bailey, and School Board Chairman G. Hugh Williams.. (Sun Photo said the state junior college -

Radio reported today. ical Storm Hilda was slanting up by Eddie DavisJCongress. program can be expectedto
I I the Gulf of Mexico today and play a growing role in producing
Rivers flooded in Pinar Del
growing more violent each hour. trained manpower foe
Rio and on the Isle of Pines .
i The Weather Bureau said Hilda Pushes ....,..., technical fields.
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south of Havana and heavy rain '., ......
: was still falling. The floods tore heading for the Louisiana, Committee ; .. ,. ..... And the Bradford-A 1 a c h u a
and,Alabama .c. County is considered to bea
Mississippi coastsat j area
many fishing boats loose from :;:
J'' 14 m. p h. was likely to : potential ,junior college area
then the island '
moorings on and TALLAHASSEE (AP) Sens. .....
reach hurricane force. Health Care Plan in the Junior College Master
swept them downstream. Charley Johns of Starke and :,
Plan of the he stated.
# 4 a Cuban officials warned that At '4 a. m. her highest winds Robert Williams of Graceville .w' k i: ..... .,.... .> ,, ,
were estimated at 65 h. K The state superintendent, who
when the rain stops, farmers m. p. resigned today from the controversial
I'f fumigate all seed tobacco or lose near the center of the whirling Legislative, Committee ,WASHINGTON (AP) Backers Washington about legislation in \{ "; ... i\0. ? also serves on the governor's
{ the crop. Pinar Del Rio, the storm. Gales and squalls extended 'to the latest show of gen- 'of the, health care plan for process;opened,up somewhat in cabinet, said the day of the

: |. jsgwyeasternmost province of Cuba, about 120 miles to the north eral dissatisfaction in the group."' the aged raced, Congress. adjournment a speech Monday! night in Little old trade school was passed.

\. produces almost all of the coun- and east-of the center and about Johns, whohas been on the clock today trying to Rock. While-: repeating he fears "Not long ago the laborer in
try's fine tobacco, which is second \60. miles to the southwest committee throughout its nine find some form of their proposal adding a health component to America far outnumbered the

5, only to sugar as Fidel Cas- : The vulnerable and expensiveoil years of existence, said he that could win quick accept- Social Security would endangerthe professional worker, but todaythe

t" tro's main source of revenue. well rigs-in the offshore area hoped no replacements would be ance. system, he acknowledgedthat opposite true. There are
All ship and plane traffic was were' bracing for a big blow. appointed.He The odds ,still'appeared to be the problem of health care more than twice as many professional

I I at .a standstill, on the Isle of The rigs, thickest along the told Senate President Wilson heavily against' them, although for the aged has not been solved .kJ 4 r workers as laborers.
Pines after two days of rain. Louisiana coast. instituted Carraway of Tallahassee in there were reports of ,a 'new by existing measures. "There are 16 technical revolutions

i The Las Casas River, which "Phase 1" of hurricane precau- a letter: stra egYJo'-get a vote on"a compromise Despite the known wishes of going on today, and ev-

I I. runs,,through the capital city, tions Tuesday. That sends all "I would suggest that you not measure even if the President Johnson"for Congressto ery young person graduating
1 r Nueva Gerona, was on .a ram-. floating equipment not neces- replace me on the committee. present, Senate-passed plan is act on a health care plan >> ;-- from school can expect to haveto
I completely scuttled by confer- before adjournment, chances (AP Wirephofo to the Sun)
page. sary to,the immediate job head- and I feel like the other mem- be reeducated three timesIn
seemed be it.
,In Pinar Del Rio,.several riv- ing shoreward for safe anchor- bers of the committee all of ences' meeting today. The to against WOLFF his lifetime to keep up with

\ ers swept out of their banks. age. whom are outstanding membersof The plan now before the conference -. talked about compromise would have now much being technical changes.

the Legislature, will realize committee is for a hospital limited hospital benefits Bailey said a recent statewide
I there is very little that can be care,benefit added to the than the Senate-passed plan' SentencedIn survey showed that Alac h u a

Carter ResignsCampaign accomplished in the few months present. Social Security retirement -- would be financed by a tax out County alone will need more

: that remain prior to the 1965 system.'This runs into' the, .side the Social Security frame than 200 trained technicians of"
session of the Legislature, and long-time opposition of a major- work and would treat separately all types by 1966. But, In the en-

I that they will close the office, ity of the House conferees, beneficiaries over 65 and those tire state of Florida during the

i Post lock up the records and save headed by. Chairman Wilbur D. who have not yet reached retirement MurdersMUNICH past school year only 166 technicians
Mills of the House Ways and completed their training
the taxpayers of Florida the remainder Means Committee. age.aurt
of the $155,000 courses.
Y By NORM LaCOE affect me in one way or the priation. appro- But, proponents, working with Germany (AP) "Industry is grabbing them

Sun Staff Writer other," Judge Carter said. Williams, who was vice chair- technicians from the 'WelfareDepartmentwere'understood : Their A German court convicted for off before they have a chanceto

( I "But just to relieve all doubt, man of the committee, noted in to mer SS Gen. Karl Wolff, 64, of complete their training,"
Carter Court off Own Cause
Ira C. ,
Judge be said."Vocational.
I hereby tender my resignationas his letter to Carraway that since drafting a strippeddownproposal aiding .in the .wartime murderof Bailey
f%s ...--' Record, quit ,Tuesday night as Democratic campaign chair- the staff of the committte that"would be at least 300,000 Jews in Poland and education is primarily
chairman of the' Democratic technically outside the 'Social SEATTLE Wash. (AP) for the 8 out of 10 stu-
man. weeks "I feelit sentenced him to 15
resigned two ago, yearsat
f. t campaign committee for Lyn- Security system. There may be such a thing'as dents and people who do
Mrs. Farris, 714 12th Ave., would be most difficult to doa hard labor.
t don Johnson, after coming un- is vice chairman of the Dem- creditable in the few Moreover,"there was=talk that .giving*the voters too much of a not attend college or completework

,. der fire from Goldwater forces ocratic county executive cora- job remain to such a plan might be given a choice' The former Nazi officer was for a college degree, and
which prior
I'1 in the county. months fresh start by being attached, Tom Kranjcevich and .his pale but stood ramrod straightas in Alachua County last year
(See CARTER on Page 2)) of the 1965
session -
.J, Two co-chairmen, Sidney i the convening not to the Social Security'' bill pretty blonde wife, Janet, each he. heard the court read the two thirds of the 700 who grad-
Martin of Hawthorne and Mrs. of the Florida Legislature. now in conference, but to another sought the Republican nomination verdict. The prosecution'had uated from high school were un-
l Patricia Far r i s, Gainesville, The resignations leave the following Housepassedmeasure a for 33rd District state .representative asked life imprisonment the able to continue their education -

,I f" were. named ,to replace Carter. WHERETO legislators still on the minor tariff bill -the Senate has in the Sept. 15 primary. maximum sentence-,since West ," he said.

I' Judge Carter told the came committee: Rep.Richard Mitchell before it today.! : Germany .abandoned capital superintendent. now In
paign committee. decided to FIND IT of Leon County as chairman, This strategy would] get A, just-completed 'count .of punishment-in--1949r his 16th year in the cabinet,
resign, to prevent the Republi- Sen. William Young of St. Petersburg around technical-parliamentary absenteeism ballots shows Tom said some aid was in sight

I cans'from making a campaign Comics . 24Classified. and Reps. Bill Owensof objections that have' already ,lost to,A; Elliott Merrill by.10 Wolff ,had been adjutant to through the Vocational .Education
i :< issue of his party activities. . 27-29 Martin County and Leo blocked one attempt to get a votes. Janet trailed Tom by Heinrich Himmler leader of the Act of 1963 which will

\' ? He said GOP Goldwater'lead- Entertainment 26 Jones of Bay County. conference vote on <* similar another 10 votes. SS;'and at'one time was Himm- pump up to $225 million a
; I' ers had' shown him an opinion Obituaries . 2 Mitchell said earlier this week proposal. "We just Shou1d 1't have given 'ler's' top liaison man with Hit in the nation's schools for year vocational

l by the Florida Supreme Court Opinion Page . 4 that he planned an informal A more important, question, the voters a choice of two ler. The prosecution chargedthat education.In .
6 against participation in parti- Sports . 15-18 gathering of the investigating was whether the proposal.could Kranjceviches," says Tom. he was a member of the anticipation of a state planto
I san politics by state judges."I Women's 12, 13 committee in the Tampa Dem- avoid-Mills.r r objections. "Next time there'll be only Nazi brain trust which.planned use Florida's share of these

,; don't agree that it would ocratic Caucus. Mills,,who is closemouthed in one." ''the extermination of the Jews federal funds, Bailey told the

< \ Wolff Rotarians, a statewide surveyof
: pleaded 'inn ceDce' and
vocational technical education '
: claimed he did not.learn,of the is in
now progress. It is
11. 'No Miracles' in Flood Problem

,. Nazi after the murder war.of the Jews until headed bell, former by Dr president Doak S.of Camp-Florida I

The West German government State University. ,

The Alachua County Commis- dams and stations,upstream,.to. ing up the water flow through arrested him in January "I don't predict what Dr. J '
sion warned Gainesville resi- slow down the water. It-appears Hogtown Creek will not solve 1962, and kept him in confine- Campbell's report will show, !

dents Tuesdaynot to expect any Commission Tells that the nature of;the:topography the;problem,, unless there is ment until-his trial-opened July other than to identify the groupswe

sudden miracles in solving "-may' not make this approach someplace 'for water_to go, at 13. will have to reach, Bailey
problems of drainage and flooding too feasible. the end.. said. "But I can say this: if
Of Difficulties
Creek bas- : we allow too many different
in the
Hogtown .AsJts.Se rch
A, second approach to cre- "I am sure you both realizethat types of vocational programs in

in. ate a series of deep.wells, into t the magnitude of the problem the state to share in this mon- f
I The notice came after two which water would flow during and, the cumber of piecesof For TimberTALLAHASSEE ey, we may have the 1
southwest Gainesville residents given copies of a project in a'low-lying prairie area on biggest
flood season, instead of spreading property involved r e q uire boondoggle you "
ever ,
its prepared several years ago by the west southwest edge of saw. !
asked the commission during
II into homes.A. ., considerable s t u d y;/' Commissioner AP) -State Community J unior colleges 'I
the before the affected town.
regular meeting what is being
: I told Forester Hux Coulter
\ Jack'.Durrance good vocational
done to,solvethe problem. area was annexed,by the city. Hogtown Creek drains into a thirdapproach would be to woodlands offerings
two eii owners today to and
.the bom.eo comprehensive high schools
Robert Beach, 4219 SW 7th That project planned by the sinkhole. When the sink fills up cut through; drainage calfrom check for salvageable timber be
might the best
.:.Ave., ,and Harold''' Wilson, '604 State Road Department, was to water spreads out across the the Hogtown;Creek.dram- "The long .;term solution is toppled .by hurricanes Cleo federal way to channel

SW 43rd,Terr came before,the widen ,and deepen Hogt 0 w n prairie. age basin into: a1ne'I'prairie-! 'the-"one that. we must evolve and :and Dora, dissipating it money in instead of

board., Creek to speed up water flow. During Hurricane Dora wa- This apparently would: require,at it win, require considerable He said 'also property should trade schools, Bailey many said.different
Both said their houses flood- Davis said the county \attorney ter spread into several subdivision two and one-half mile cot up to :'time." be S checked'to determinewheth- "You don't necessarily needto

ed during-Hurricane Dora Sept. Wayne Carlisle, is studying areas in the general vicinity 50-70 feet deep. This would::be' Roy Miller' county engineer, er standing water: can damage make every high school a
I 18-12. alternatives which the of 43rd St south of Univer- the most ambitious' and most" said not; one\ 'home flooded timber,I' comprehensive school I, but

II G. M. D a v Is, commission county can legally follow. sity Ave. expensive solution, since which has 'been/built since the Coulter said' a recent aerial maybe one to a county or onto

chairman: ,,said several preliminary The flooding problem: which Three approaches are being Payee'sPrairie would batreto'. Legislature created. the c county survey of north Florida indicate serve three or four counties i

steps have. .been taken. resulted, in part, was along considered to solve the problem.One' be reconverted to a"Jake. .. ,. 'plat,laws :|to control developments timber ::losses from hurricanes would help to slow down the :

i" The; of Gainesville has Hogtown Creek, but mostly was is to create holding It appearsthat simply. speed, outside. 'the"city. were.negligibl .(See BAILEY m, Page 2)
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jgEOPLE ,in the NEWS --
, Alachua CarterFrom'Page .

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mittee, the organization of precinct w

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Martin is a member of the

Hear ReportOn Sheriff Gets Alachua County Commission, a
former of Hawthorne
ForestsAlachua Extra Money and was chairman in 1960 of 3T

the Young Democrats for Ken-
County forest farmers An extra $7,500 was voted for nedy organization in Alachua
: harvested 207,000 board this year's budget for Sheriff County.In \ _

; I feet of lumber in the year end- Joe Crevasse by the Alachua accepting the post, Mar-
; ing June 30 Van Murphy County Commission Tuesday.The .
coun- tin commented that for the 't. .; ,
: ty farm forester, reported Tuesday money, to be taken from Republicans to get after Judge A. >. ,,I:<.>:;. .
;&.. I to the Alachua County Com county contingency funds, will Carter constituted "one of the
"" -4.;Z ; mission.He balance the books for this year finest tributes" to the judge's '
said he assisted 148 land- for the sheriff's office. abilities.He t \
owners on 29,739 acres duringthe
pledged "an all-out team' '
year. Okay PurchaseOf I effort" to carry the county for ; :
"': ; Farmers harvested 1,408 Johnson. 1.
.'" cords of pulpwood and 430 bar Lowboy Mrs. Farris told the campaign .
rels of gum. group meeting in Demo- ..
The Alachua County Commission -
The products harvested rep cratic she .
headquarters wantsto
resent $22,321 to landowners, Tuesday approved pur- see workers knock on every :' ..,...... ..._..
Murphy said.Road. chase for $500 of a used low- .
door in the
county, getting out
boy in good condition by Jer-'
ry Kelley, mosquito control di- support for Johnson.
"We have the
best chance
'BridgeContracts rector. The equipment will be
used for hauling dragline or since 1940 to go Democratic," AP Wlr phot o to the Sun)
, c LetA tractor to drainage work sites. she said.
She's His
State Rep. Ralph Turlington Jayne

contract to supply ready- Requests Road declared that it is not true that
t mix concrete to Alachua County "a good Southern Democrat Her new husband and her new manager, both the same man, admire Jayne
for road and bridge work Be OpenedLawrence can't be at home now in the Mansfield in a New York restaurant where they announced their marriage toa

\ will be made to Edwards Build- Democratic party." press conference. Matt Cimber, an off-Broadway director, is the third hus-
ing Supplies Inc., the Alachua Cottle, who liveson He cited U. S. Sen. Spes- band of the blonde actress. They revealed that they were married in Mexico
County Com mi s sion decided a road south of U. S. 441 sard Holland, a conservativewho last Thursday. It was the first marriage for Cimber, whose real name is Thomas
} :< 'Tuda between High Springs and Ala- is campaigning actively for Vitale Ottaviano.as .

n L: '. .AP WIrephoto to the Sun) Edwards submitted bids iden- chua Tuesday asked the Ala- Johnson, as a Southern Demo-
hf tical to those of Denny Concrete e h u a County Commission to crat ,who is at home in the'

\\ I Will Be Back Products Co. Both bid open the artery to Casw eli party. More AboutBailey
$15 and $14 per yard for 3500! Road. Other speakers talked about i. ;;Casey Stengel assumed this pose in New York Tuesday and 2500 psi concrete. Sidney Martin was appointedto organization, 'programs, fundraising :
.1) after announcement that he again will be manger Edgar Johnson told the commission study the request.Orange and promotion.
J; > of the New York Mets in 1965. He has managed the state auditor recommends ALLIE COLLINSMrs. was a retired employe of tho

I U > {' :the team since 1962. that when firms en- Lake Church Plans Allie B.: Collins, 84, Tallahassee -State Road Dept.
ter identical bids, all the work died today in Tallahassee Survivors include his widow From 1 1-
It ; 'NO' TO LBJ be awarded to one firm year Flood StudyA Turkey DinnerA following an extended Mrs. Jim Beggs; two daughters Page -

Goeran Gentele, director of after year until the firms begin three-man committee to illness. Mrs. Earl Alligood, Fitz- dropout rates and provide some
Sweden's Royal Opera, says entering competitive bids. check on flooding on Orange fund raising turkey din- Mrs. Collins, a native of Savannah gerald, Ga.; and Mrs. Gritz training for those students who
I President Johnson wants to Firms may enter identical ner for the Elim Pentacostal Ga., was a furmer Thurner, Mayport; a sister, do not complete high school.
Lake the Ala-
appointed by
; borrow ballet dancer Erik bids, hoping work will be split chua was Commission Tues- Holiness Church building pro- resident of Newberry. Mrs. J. B. Woolen Madison; a The state now has 20 public
Bruhn for a White House per- between them. By refusing to County gram will be held Saturday.The Survivors include a daughter sister in law, Mrs. Thelma junior colleges in operation I ,

formance Oct. 5, but he won't split the work, a governing day.The .actfon after S. A. dinner will be on the Mrs. C. Eaton Burr of Benton, Gainesville; and four Baiyley said. Two more-in Du-
.t let Bruhn go. body can discourage identical came church grounds on the Archer Tallahassee; a brother, J. B. grandchildren. val and Orange Counties have
Webb told the board that water
Barnwell of Valdosta
bidding. Ga. five
Road. Tickets ; been
dollar for
''i are a' approved by the legisla-
l "The U.S.) Embassy has has backed well above nor- JESSE QUEENJesse
Harry C. Edwards and W. A. up adults and fifty cents for chil grandchildren and three great- ture and two other
)' 4 called me four or five times andI Shands are president and vice mal height, and has flooded 200 grandchi[ dren. A. Queen, 69, 216 SE lands-Hardee and Leon-d areas, High-
have also been. contacted by president of the Edwards firm. acres of his land. dren.Mrs. 10th Ave., died Monday in Ala- ads-
I : the Swedish foreign ministry," Charles H. Denny is presidentand I He said the lake level is higher Thelma Dupree is'chair. JIM BEGGS chua General ,Hospital follow den-Wakulla, recently completed -
} I Gentele said Tuesday. "But I Charles; H. Denny III is than it should be because 'man of the dinner, which will MADISON Jim Beggs, 73, ing a short illness., surveys.

II think it is more important to us vice president and general man- debris has floated down againstthe begin at 5:30: p.m. and lasts. Until a former Gainesville resident, Mr. Queen, who came to "This leaves only three areas

: ; that Erik Bruhn stays her*. It is ager of the other company. U. S. 301 bridge and dam 8 p.m. died Tuesday in ,Madison. He Gainesville 18 years ago from left to complete the original

our responsibility toward Swed- Sam T. Dell, Gainesville at- holding water back. Akron, Ohio, was owner of plan of placing a community

.rs ish opera lovers to keep him torney, is listed as secretary The Orange Lake dam was Qu en's' Service Station and junior college within commut-
-' '''-- --' there." treasurer to both firms. built by the Alachua County Khanh Still Fears Wrecker Service from 1951 until -ing distance of 99 per cent of
1 \ I : (AP Wirephoio to the Sun) Contract for corrugated metal Recreation and Water Conservation his retirement in 1961. H- the state's population."

William G. Gravlin, 30, a POLITICKING pipe will go to Armco Steel and Control Authority, was a former employe of the H. identified the three areasas
1- I tbrmer mental patient and low bidder. Vulcan 1- Goodyear Rubber Co. in Akron. Alachua-Bradford Hillsbor-
J Lisa Howard, a news correspondent Corporation, to maintain minimum water ,
one time Royal Oak Mich., for the American Materials Co. will be given level during drier periods of New CoupSAIGON He was a member of the Cal- ough, and Pasco-Hern and o.

I lireman, was jailed Tuesday Broadcasting Co., has been relieved the contract to supply all concrete the year. vary Baptist Church of Gaines- (Alachua County began a junior
f' Cn a first degree murder of all her assignments by pipe; two firms bid iden- Webb said the dam should ville. college survey this month.)

charge. Oakland County the network until the end of the tically for this work. have incorporated flood gates, South Viet Nam defense minister and took Survivors include his wife, Al- Bailey, who was Introducedby
Prosecutor William Lang political campaign.The Koppers Co. will be given the 'or some method of getting the CAP[ ) A controversial member -over'the post himself. ma P. Queen of Gainesville; University of Florida President
{ said Gravlin spoke freely of contract to supply creosote water out in time of flood. of South Viet Nam's ruling After. the unsuccessful at- four daughters, Mrs. G u r t ha J. Wayne Reitz, said
slaying his wile and six chil- network said Tuesdaythat treated fence posts. Cyp res s Commissioners Jack Dur- military triumvirate today was tempt to overthrow Khanh, Lewis of Akron, Mrs. Mildred although Alachua County has. j
., dren in their Troy home. Miss Howard had "chosen posts will be supplied by Mor- ranee, Sidney Martin. and County reported preparing to leave the Khiem came under fire from Squires of Arkadelphia, Ark., no two-year college, its 280 students .

the seven were..hacked.' ...- t 0eath. ,to participate' publicly in partisan ing Brothers. Engineer Roy Miller will country Thursday as Premier the group of young generals Mrs. Frances Jackson of Cony now commuting to other
!! political actlvitlescontraiyto Cities Service Oil Co. won the study the problem, and rec- Nguyen Khanh sought to safe known as the Young Turks rs, Ga. and Mrs. Joie Henleyof junior colleges makes it 21st in
t the long-established ABC contract to provide gas, oil and comend action. guard himself against another whose refusal to join the rebel- Norfolk, Va.; six brothers, size of attendence at the two-
u t TODIEOR. news policy." other petroleum products for coup attempt.A lion saved Khanh. Garnett Queen, Claude Queen year colleges.

J Dykes Askew Miss Howard, whose ABC the coming year.Estates. high government source The government source said Duard Queen, Hoyle Queen, Albert Junior colleges are not in
II Simmons, duties included a daily five- said Lt. Gen. Tran Thien Khiem Saturday the young officers had' : Queen'and James Queen, competition with state universities -
I I 36, of For minute news show is a memberof PlatIs FfnTheCapitol I would go to Europe for several demanded again that Khanh all of Epworth, Ga.; four sisters Bailey told the Rotar-

Worth, Te x., .. t'. a group of New York Demo- weeks, ostensibly to thank Western exile Khiem and dismiss five Mrs. Lula Throwbridge of ians.
I 14\ has been wait- crats campaigning for the reelection ApprovedThe governments for supporting other older generals. The source Blythe, Ga., Mrs. Vinny Thomas "They fill the gap for the lower -

i igina Mexi-I'' ...' .. -' of Sen. Kenneth Keat- ''South Viet Nam's battle against said today the Young Turks had of Oak Hill, Fla., Mrs. Fran- 60 percentile of the high I

can prison cell :.... :.;...'.' ... ing, a Republican, who is opposed Alachua County Commission !the Communist Viet Cong. given Khanh until Oct. 25 to kie Early and Mrs. Ethel Chas- school graduates who cannot
1\ l r five years .'. .. by former Atty. Gen. has approved, subjectto I I It also was reported that Col. purge the officer corps. tain, both of Cleveland, Tenn.; get into the universities but who

I\1 I for final word ,;" Robert F. Kennedy. controls. a plat for the new Pham Ngoc Thao, Khanh's The government news agency eight grandchildren. want more than a high school
I as to whether Pine Hill Estates subdivisi a n. WASHINGTON (APSome press aide and a target of the published a communique today, education."

Ilfll have to .. f'I a< $;; The development, by A. W. 200 college student leaders, unsuccessful attempt to over- purportedly from the young More About
pay for a Simmons ; : ..,;:.uxJ Fletcher, is located north of many of them presidents of throw Khanh on Sept. 13, would officers, denying that they had<
crime he claims he didn't com tt q c- Newberry Road about 2V4 miles student bodies, have been invited accompany Khiem to Europe. given Khanh an ultimatum. FSU Picks

1'I mit. He had been sentenced to west of Interstate 75. to a buffet supper and reception Khiem, a Catholic in predomi-i They said they "earnestly Estes

I face a Mexican firing squad for ,,., .. .. ., The commission also decidedto at the White House Saturday -nantly Buddhist Viet Nam, had hope" the government would HC Court
; w".
f ttie! slaying of three members '".*.::'" ,.".. give a quit-claim deed to the evening with President and been looked on until recently as soon satisfy their request "for a
I of a prominent Monterrey, ;>'t ., City of Gainesville for a road ,Mrs. Johnson. one of the most powerful men in' purge of corrupt elements from
Mexico, family, Oct. 12, 1959. easement in Forest Park. The President, a onetime the country. I' the leading echelon of the military From Page 1 TALLAHASSEE (AP) FlorIda -
{ tl 1 He is the first American ever Russell Henderson, developer 'Texas school teacher, previously Reports circulated early this' and the administration." State University elected its

,i ntenced legally to death in wants to swap easements so 'I honored outstanding high month that Khanh was under The ,government source said purchases and lease deals the five-member homecoming court
L Mexico.: The Supreme Court that he can connect with a school pupils at a comparableWhite Buddhist pressure to get rid of the leader of the Young Turks, Agriculture Department subse- from among 44 candidates Tues
( .
3 of Mexico has his case under road in an adjacent area. I House party. Khiem and that the premier Air Force Commander NguyenCao quently said were illegal. day.One
review. I The White House did not re planned to send him on a good- Ky, could count on support When called before the committee of the five will be elected

VV Thanks AreAccepted lease the names of the students will tour of Southeast Asia until from the navy, the marines and last November, Estes i homecoming .queen Friday to
'. LIFE STORY t who were invited Saturday. feeling subsided.The some airborne units as well as ,I refused to answer questions !preside over FSU's homecoming
1 f Mrs. Stephen Smith substituted premier dropped Khiem from his own officers. 'about his dealings with government celebration Oct. 9-10. ,

IJ for her sister-in-law, Mrs. ; S WASHINGTON, (APSen- officials. The hearings I Her identity will remain secret t
S I Robert F. Kennedy, at the open1)g The Alachua County Commission ate Republican Leader EverettM. first: opened in the summer of 'until she is crowned with a white

of a new Young Democratsclub accepted and acknowledged Dirksen of Illinois said Tues- Weather Roundup 1962.The committee sought to determine Indian war bonnet during cere-
in the Bronx, and apologized Turesday a note of appreciation day Congress could adjourn by monies Oct. 9.
for her,presence. '':;....<.: ;>,;" from E. D. Mann the end of the week if the House if political influence l r ,The'fiveg4'1 court comprised
I (AP Wlrrphoto to tne Sun) helped Estes amass his fortune. Shelia Clarke of Winter Park
..,"1 know you were expecting ing Jr., county school superin- would drop the Appalachia bill ,
The senators 'stuck close to
I Ethel.but that's the story.of my Francis Neil McMillan, 41, tendent. an administrationbackedantipoverty X>ttie Kohlman of.North Miami,
Estes' under
I life," said Jean Smith, youngest a General Electric employee, Manning praised County Eng measure he op dealings farm government and- Sally Sparks of West Palm
of the late President John F.Kennedy's Beach ineer Roy Miller for repairingand programs Beach, Jan BranU y of.Jackson
announced at
Daytona poses.
to officials. It
clothing gifts
ville and Sue of Pompano
reopening school bus routesso
that he will be a write-in candidate Dirksen said House Demo I steered clear of the liquid fertilizer Beach.
want Jackie quickly after ,Hurricane
"They always crats have neither
of Flori- enough mem- sales that involved bstes In ,
for ends with
first Ethel l then Pat LawS governor Dora. ZONES Homecoming the
then ,
bers on hand to pass the bill nora Texas court actions. i
,. Lord but they usually get me." da. majority favoring it C F I Partly: cloudy tonight .In November 1962 a district football of,game Kentucky against Oct.the 10.University !

Roads Added Speaker John W. McCor-- and Thursday with a 'a." court in Tyler,. Tex., convicted t
Poison Scare mack, D-Mass., countered that few brief local showers main- Estes on state charges that be !
East Germany For Maintenance the Appalachia aid measure is ly during afternoons. Low tonight ? persuaded a farmer to sign a 37 BABIES A MINUTE f

Credit STOCKHOLM (AP) Police "still on the agenda" and said in the 70s. High Thursday $94,500. chattel mortgage on NEW DELHI (AP) Thirty-
Seeks broadcast warnings Six roads were added to the he doesn't think there is much 90 to 94. Southeasterly nonexistent fertilizer tanks. seven babies are born every
urgent county road department maintenance winds 10 to 20 miles hour.A The state contended Estes I
chance of Congress an
finishingthis I minute in India. The high birth
: :BONN, Germany (CAP) throughout Sweden today following program by the Alachua week. built his fortune by discountingto
See latest rate and longer life expectancy
the theft of enough poison advisory Hilda. H\tI I
Commission Tues
f East Germany County
Communist to kill thousands.The showers cloudy and through thundershowers.Thursday Not with finance companies mortgageson result in a net annual In-
wants a long-term ,credit of day.All I WASHINGTON (APThe) much change *In ? nP*'.tvrM. Low tonight fertilizer tanks leased from crease of more than 10 million
burglars who also stole a are roads built by the 70 to 76. High Thursday 71 to ... :f
marks : farmers who had purchased the
several hundred million number of civilians working for Wind easterly la to 20 knots this afternoon In India's population of 465 mil- I
morphine solution, took more state or federal governments, to and tonight tanks credit. '
Eco- the government rose 3,543 in increasing to 20 to on !fon. .
West Germany, an
knots In
after other roads scattered squalls Thursday.
of provide access
than two pounds pilocarpini
for Estes contendedhe
said August to a total of 2,495,604, a 8 E H Partly cloudy tonight and
Bomic Ministry spokesman hydrochloridum from a phar- were closed during constructionof Senate committee Thursday with a few brief local show merely paid the farmers a I
Tuesday. macy laboratory at Sundsvall, Interstate 75. The monthly report reports.of the ers mainly In the during 70s. High afternoons.Thursday Low M tonight to- GAINESVILLE WEATHER cash bonus for lending him their 1 Gainesville, Sun I
190 miles north of Stockholm.The Seven other roads were not n. Southeasterly winds 10 to 20 milesan credit.
-Other Bonn officials said the committee noted the Post Office hour. Small craft should not ven Municipal Airport readingsfor good 1
I threatened poison, soluble in water is accepted by the county for main- Deoartment reported the ture tar Into the Gulf. 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: He was sentenced to an eight Ii Iiyear Published evenings except i
East German regime used in drops for glaucoma tenance because they did not largest O G J Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday, end Sunday morn- i
against the big eye have increase in employes amonoxeciitive Thursday with a few brief showers., High 90 at 1 p.m., low 71 at prison term on a swindling I ings by the Gainesville Publishing
: reprisals sufferers. enough public interest. tr mid 70s. High Thurs-' and is
: hffO.Ita charge appealing.
Public interest agencies with 5.111, *."/ r to Southeasterly winds 10 .5 am. Rainfall .23 inches. i Company ot 101 SE
Irade between West Germany means more to 20 miles In March 1963 Estes j :
an hour. ALMANAC was convicted 2nd Place. Gainesville Flo da. 1
I West Berlin if its demands than one family lives on a road. Tnterior Denartment led in th* K -Partly cloudy$ thrush Thursday Sunset today ...... ,.. .:" p.m. by an El Paso Federal and entered as second doss
and Sailors Saved With local h ...,....
number of decreases with 1,577. wr- Low tonight M. Sunrise tomorrow '.2J ajn.
Martin chairman of matter the Post
not met. Sidney High Thursday in upper Ms. Southeasterly Moonrls. tomorrow .,...... '2:M ajn.Oct. Court on four counts of maD] ? Office Of !
are Other departments with lesser wind U to 20 .......... Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION I
a committee which studied the Small miles an hour. New MoonPROMINENT... ... ... f fraud and of He
-The spokesman would not MOSCOW (AP) Pravda, decreases included Into craft should nol untur. far STARArctvrvSr one conspiracy. 1
road problem, said that although Treasurywith the Gulf. .
is his conviction RATES BY
l In the west at sunset appealing
specify the amount sought but the; Soviet Communist Party state and federal crews 648. Veterans Administration TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE sets ....,. 1.34 pm. which carried CARRIER O*. MAIL 4

j pid.the Communists:want it to Paper, today reported. the rescue -, built the roads, it is the county 611, and Agriculture 575. ML Pre,. VISIBLE Saturn, In PLANETS the south ...... t.:51 pjn. sentence. a year prison .I Wish .45 j
run for 8 to 10,years. The business of five Soviet sailors that must maintain them. Miami Jecksonvltlt 7' Jupiter, bi the east ...,..... U:41 p.m. J Me*. s.as 1
U U .12 Venus in the east ... ..... !:1It ajn. Estes' next trial is set for
newspaper Handelsblatt trapped in the submerged cabinof He told the commission some MUSICAL TALES Tamp Atunta so 77 Mars right above the Moon. Nov. 9 in Dallas. In this case he All moll $UbSC3tptIOfls must .
put the figure at 500 million. an overturned barge for near- of the roads are very poorly IxONDON (AP) C h a ucer's New Boston Orleans M n 73 61 .36.02 Thursday CEDAR- HIgh KEY at TIDES 1:54 ..m. and is accused of lying to the government be Member.pald' I" of advance.O Audit.
I Sharks, about $125 million. ly nine hours. built. :; "Canterbury Tales" are the New York 54 S7i4.ll 50 Jf 11:53 p-m. Low *t 4:26 ..m. and S.17 about his finances in reulation. Bureau of 4

3 2 Tr de between the two parts Pravda said three members "Some roads accepted by the latest source of musical material W.sh""OII Chicago 44 51 : S$ 1.51 .p.m. MARINa FORECAST order to obtain additional con- Aq'mtieri.., cenulftt hereto kit

.M of divided Germany amounts to of a navy rescue team, and a county will require expenditureof for the West End. KanSAs Denver City 7 7,* g 50 EAST. Small_GULF craft; See should latest not advisoryHilda. venture tracts for storing surplus grain. ':.:,bll$ Cwnpiny.tile let"iftelvftte JH..
|500 million a year and has been border guard had been decorated considerable amounts''of ,An autumn premiere is Ft. Worth .' n : J6. far' Into the Gull., Southeasterly winds Estes currently. is. free on Is ItrIcIly In whola r bs parp
1 Los Angeles 77 54 10 to 20 knots through Thursday. A without th*
for heroism. he said. scheduled for the show, bond. WrItten Mrmiitlon
I -Increasing. money, Seattle *$ 54 .11 few local showers *f pubflsJa

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: : JOHN R. HARRISON, rrtsW.nl (ntfPvMtelurj Men
!C S 4 :04"tc( PAT COWLIS, Viet Pml-
'-I Florida's Beautiful tnt; CD JOHNSON Vic President
t ,. : end Executive Uteri W. 0. (Bill) v I By WIWAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
.ij; ; EIERSOLK Vice President end A*
University City By
VMlislnfl Directer B01 TARTAGLIONI, Painter Prtie It is fashionable to despair of politics. When Dean Sayreof
Viet President and Circulation Mmtftr. 01 the AtlMU. -1 1Al
.. .... i. .. :\0... Washington said the other day from the pulpit of his

:: :: \ ; THE SUN'S POLICY A high-flown church that Lyndon Johnson was a phony and

1" ,,. '.: I. Report the news fully end impartially in the news columns. Barry Goldwater a -man of "vast ignorance," his ,parishioners -

I.: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In.-editorials.f and the public, seemed to sigh, well, that is par for
I 3. Publish all sides of )important controversial issues.
the course. Last week Senator Kenneth Keating of New

: The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 Boy York made the most incredible charge against Robert Ken-

nedy-that he had conspired to return the stock of General

.. Aniline to a "Nazi cartel." Ho hum, said the voters: pol

itics. A few days later Robert Kennedy went down to the

I.:; :'.2::' Speed and Accidents Brooklyn Navy Yard to give an election speech. In his pre

_iThe Bureau of Public Roads survey driver or the fast driver and rather Hubert H. pared talk the sentence was written out: "I cannot say to

-- ,of the relationship between speed on than relating accident rates to speed wearing well you that if I am elected, this Yard will stay open" (it had
1 of in the South. been ordered, under the administration of Bobby's brother
I alone cause highway saftey
; 7 the highways and accidents confirms prising. He Is to be progressively deactivated). The workers booed and
be better served if the
I the observations and experiences of would emphasis roots of hissed the preceeding speakers, all of whom were identifiedas

most careful drivers. were kept more ,firmly fixed on of its dream parties to the death sentence for the Navy Yard. Visibly

S judgement and alertness. boy of poor shocked, the brother of the author of "Profiles in Cour-

; :Most drivers at some time or other parents, who age" took out his blue pencil and crossed out the offending

: have come upon a car ahead that There are drivers on the highwayswho through school "" '.64J line. In its place, he substituted the pledge: "I promise to

never should exceed 30 milesan His you that if I am elected, I will go to the Pentagon anddemand" ,
was traveling at a slower speed top. Hand Traffic Safety Council .
hour. Their sight, reflexes and ratio-a name that The Brooklyn !
than other automobiles the -
on same
i road. They have avoided an accident general competence make them a It fits. NOT A NEW commission.Navy Yard be maintained I
hazard under a Horatio
on any highway any
\ only because they had enough forward -

I. vision to apply the brakes in traffic conditions. The same can be grass these: roots NOBODY SEEMS to car e \

time said for some maniacs who are so arrogant very much. This is the Ageof ,I
or the good fortune to have You won't
in their own estimate of their town to be of Weapons Cynicism and it appears to i
passing room in an adjacent lane.
1, ; abilities that they are always poten- lace, South bother only the few survivorsof

\ Nearly all of us have witnessed tial killers or suicides. er ran the the saints if LBJ smothersup

: ;: situations in which traffic piled up The family RICHARD WILSON can be carried around by an military targets on the main- the Bobby Baker Case, or

behind a slow driver on a rolling or Speed, it seems to us, is only one rooms above Chief CowlesWashington infantryman, and that these land of China. The use of talk Kenneth into Keating his indictment sneaks Nazi-of

\ of many measurements when it comesto moved to Bureau weapons do not have much atomic of limited
curving highway. Finally, the pres- weapons a Bobby Kennedy of if Bobby
placing the blame for the increas- young more explosive than
sure to pass builds up to the point D.C.-Pres- power character was discussedin shifts his entire position un- > \
tic schools. In some of the conventional the Eisenhower I
number of accidents. Administration
i ':where following drivers attempt to the University Johnson is referring to bombs of World War II. when the French der pressure of a few thous- *
| 'go around the car ahead. The close Logical cases can be made against The depression Goldwater in his U.S. NEWS says on the losing Dien Bien Phu in In- and arises voters.whether Indeed there'was the question

| : calls and* the narrow escapes have improved highways that. encourage 1930 ended private discus other hand that the Pentagon do China. .
of and ever something else whether
politics it is
J \ :-7 sent shivers down many a spine. speed and the illusion of greater home to the of how only he spokesman have misled people The issue was and still is public service is forever
lege was long into believing that the whether the use of such weapons -
[ It's difficult to condemn slow driv- safety. Or against more powerful ed his way himself from do tactical weapons have much would be the Irrevoc- lost as a practical ideal of

ers as road hazards. automobiles or blind corners or insufficient Denver College publicly. more power than they actually able step which would leadto democracy those another one of I i

Ii highway patroling or and became Senator himself feels do, and that the Pentagonis the use of larger and back the things clock we cannot turn 'f

I\ Most of them are convinced in licensing qualifications or any of a Back home he the nuclear issue, 0 r adding to the public be larger weapons until there to. .

their own minds that they are the dozen other things. tions until issue or responsibility wilderment. was no turning back from It is under the cir cu instances -

I J most cautious drivers on the high- re-entered the or whatever it may be There seems to be agreement general nuclear war. Gold that the volume of ''

I (I way. The ones who zoom around But most of these hazards and con- Minnesota. is his most serious on one point. One of water does not appear to thinkso Mr. Eugene Lyons on Herb- 1
tributing factors can be lessened and THE STORY in the campaign. He the smaller, if not the small- ; others do. ert Hoover (Double day )
t t' them or pass them at 60 or 70 milesan avoided by the exercise of good there is grass that his views have est, of the nuclear weapons is It should be kept clearly in seems to me to be so very :

I' hour doubtless appear to these In 1936 he had many people and projectile fired from mind, however, that Goldwater timely so especially hopeful.
judgement alertness and a Davy
I L slow drivers as the real hazards. common riel Buck, of some. But he thinks has not advocated the use Mr. Lyons will very probably I
I courtesy on the part of all drivers, had savings the victim of deliberate bft Crockett launcher which can of limited weapons in any specific go down in American historyas t -
J\ handled
\ by two or three
Rather than blaming the slow fast, slow or medium. "I married compounded by po situation. He has advocated the most important writer

I. ey," says venom on a subject men. that the NATO com of the thirties was
ing how his can and should be dis This weapon is rated at a mander be given greater discretion he who, in "The Red Dec

II i.; : Some Dare Call It Hokum his tuition. in a p 0 itical cam power of 40 tons of TNT as under some contingen- ade," convinced so m a n y
In 1939 Hubert without the alarm that compared to the VA tons of Communists and fellowtraveling )

'\'1 graduated cum the present dis the biggest blockbuster of cies.What is being discussed pub- Liberals (for instance,
(An editorial from the NCCR criticizes Mr. Storm- Edith World War II. Such
Roosevelt a frankly a weapon Whittaker
(I his masters licly now is no more than ) that
4 Bradford County Telegraph) er's frequent use of the Con- partisan knock out small
right wing writer might a .
in Baton n. Goldwater points to what has often been discussed they were embarked on anti-
_Several weeks ago we urgedapolicyofRead. gressional Record and congressional had made such a charge, it air field. It might wipe out behind locked idealistic paths.
a teacher. magazine articles in doors in the IHe
committee "hearings" would not have battalion of
necessarily an infantry 1,000
t! the record and U.S. News and Pentagon. What is happening >;
Think and Investigate as attempted documen- been an accurate statementBut men or a massed formationof has in this volume taken
is that the American
1 .thoroughly the sources ofJy tation. "In most instancesMr. the fact is that she saidno repeatedly opportunity."A Report which he says 50 tanks.It and public the Hoover story, and in a
I ,o u r information b ef ore Stormer fails to give the such thing" in that par- was rejected his views on giving world public are be- patient biography shown how !
is therefore rated to be
double hernia I of the NATO ing let in on some phases of
-drawing any conclusions I in name of the person who in- ticular column or any other. it is that public men should
I tactical that is its is
f :"'this bound to be bitterly serted the materials into the NCCR also criticizedStormer's brought on in Europe, General, intended; use mil an argument,which has many act: how nderfully exciting
heavy labor discretion against enemy ramifications. This bears on
fought campaign. record. use of other right- greater it is to elect men to public of-
to in of tactical nuclear itary forces on a field of the credibility of the American -
::. stay use
fice who
Nothing illustrates the necessity "Since the Congressional wing publications as "author battle. Smaller have nuclear deterrent are incorruptibly an-
draft board weapons which
of this policy more Record contains material on itative books." In 32 instances These articles sur demagogic, unyielding
been advocated Goldwaterand
by General de
Gaulle and other
-.than two paperback books every issue along with much he refers to the publication even though he that the NATO comman- ly honest. How escapist such
others but their
development Europeans have
__ihat are now infesting the extraneous material, and "Human Events" which the and a father, has the right to been announced seriously visions nowadays seem! Sen.
has not
J asked for a In questioned, questioned to suchan
newsstands of this country.One since hearings before congressional Anti Defamation League has weapons cer- ator Goldwater's obstin ate
if indeed have been de
-- the ontrary, contingencies, an im they extent, in fact, that there
"an honesty to
extremely seems
of these None Dare committees cont ai n rightist veloped. have been appall most
trying to which has indeed numerous propos-
Washington newsletter." go.Humphrey's people who consider it: he is
._.Call It Treason" which testimony from many unreliable als and
purports to be a "documented" sources, includIng The other book which widespread in informed THERE IS nothing new one outstanding project not a man of our time, they

\ account of how the U.S. Communists, it is necessaryto should have its background peared on a here. about the discussion of the to share American respon- seem to say to themselves _
thoroughly He was a reo v e r, both articles sibility in the use of nuclear and he
is going to the dogs 0 r know who is saying whatif explored by rational of such limited but indeed is not.
readers is or of imply that Goldwater, use WP2flflflS.. ..
"A Texan ------
\ the Communists is being one is to properly make an ; I
widely distributed nationally evaluation. Stormer seldom Looks at Lyndon," the cur- Two years later Johnson, Def ens e still very powerful, weaponsin THIS IS all unquestionably HOOVER IS NOT a man of

with the blessing and as- provides this information in rent "book of the month" for ed. He closed McNamara, and a war which is intendedto an unpalatable political our tune, .as Mr..Lyons seemsto

\' sistance of the John Birch his documentation. right wing groups, who have and gambling. Department spokes- be kept limited. There topic and Sen. Goldwater show in the superb evocation -

-society. "If the reader does not passed out an estimated ized law all made mislead- would not be 1000 such should have forseen some of of the Hoover story he

It, =Author of the book is John understand the nature of the three million copies. ated a on the nuclear weapons in Europe if this were the results of his rather offhand is quite literally out of this \

A. Stormer chairman of the Congressional Record, andif According to Jack Anderson human which Goldwater has not the case. This writer has remarks. It is undoubt- world, in our cynical society I

Missouri Federation of Young he cannot differentiate between pinch hitting in "Wash Humphrey was Time says Goldwater heard the late John Foster edly true that his remarks, where we tend to distrust

Republicans a memberof testimony before con ington Merry Go Round," by the largest appalling ignorance" Dulles speak in an explora- distorted or not, have hurt honesty infinitely more than ; ;

the Republican State Com gressional committees and some of the material for this city's history. he intimates that there tory way of the possibility of his campaign, that President we do dishonesty. Do we desire :

.mittee of Missouri and a the findings of those commit book was gathered by a weal- SOME weapons so small the use of such weapons to Johnson was quick to see this politicians, nowadays, to
member of the John Birch tees" he may be led to the thy Texas rancher with close they don't like packaged that they wipe out limited and specific and has' exploited it. be like ourselves? When we

IJ Society. Close to 2,600,000 cop false conclusion that s u c h"documentation" ties to the American Nazi helped organize read about Keating smear- .
The --- -
1 ies of "None Dare Call It is necessar- party. name of this cans for ing Bobby Kennedy, we tend I
I', 'q Treason" have been circulated ily official or factual.As "researcher," is T hort 0 n He did. And in I to feel: atta boy, give it to j
Dewey who, according to it meant that hungry Irishman. Whenwe
nationally according to one of the many instances Anderson has contrib te d [ of the
u timely action. see Bobby
f one official of the Birch So. of misleading "docu People submerging
to the American Nazi
money Humphrey the
] f ciety and many of these have mentation," NCCR investigators Party and has entertained its the i public interest for a few t
votes at the Yard .
been given away free or a t state that on Page 29, Navy we
fuehrer (leader) on his Texas directly at a feel: too bad he
reduced prices. In the Cleveland paragraph two of "None i got caught,
ranch. organization On The Sun's'Opinion Page but that's the
1 area booksellers receive Dare" Stormer would have = way to win
Author of the book is J.
Democratic elections I
their from Klein
1. copies News the reader believe that con-
Evetts Haley, another Party (D.F.L.) and comments of Sun re.d.rs or* welcome in the Voice of tko People column. Letters
I a large distributing company gressional investigations revealed rancher and crusader for On March signed and bear the writer's address. Names will bt withheld if requested. A letter should suggested a hun- I I
which receives its supply the shipment to Russia right wing causes. He founded 500 word and must ba written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The dred years ago that democracy ,
from William Shepler area of one half the U. S. vigilante group called' St. Paul the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing tha writer's meaning or contained within it the

,4coordinator of and pub lie stockpile of uranium and the Texans for America, which "Mayor seeds of its own destruction.The 1
\' spokesman for the John Birch technical assistance to construct me ,,' of Minneapolis, role God had in our being mandments and statutes are accent is '
Magazine described as so heavily on
Society in that city. an atomic bomb. "The' a "crackpot" organiza t ion. months of and were careful to include still to be obeyed today. Let egalitarianism that we cannot

Disturbed by the implications congressional investigation re While Dewey entertained the munists of and the Equality all possible'cI uses and phrases us not continue to desecrateand really, bear to think of
\ of the book the Nation vealed nothing'of the sort fuehrer, Haley brought Maj. -as in the Bill of Rights- degrade 'ourselves in the our public.servants as people

J al Committee for Civic Responsibility nor was there even such Gen. Edwin Walker to his in the open as Sun: Today, the which contained and would eyes of our God by disobey truly superior to ourselves as <

(NCCR), a non- testimony," says the report. ranch to urge him to ,run for definite as a whole is changing continue to guarantee these ing His Way and Will. Let people who are like the Hoo-

I i; profit, nonpartisan citizens "The testimony referred to governor of Texas. Walker is At a for meeting concept as regards privileges-these guaranteesand us not take things out of their ver Eugene Lyons has writ-

group formed in Cleveland in was given by Maj. George the general who was invest! cans in its involvment in privileges being regardedby proper context and distort ten about, who are guided by

December 1963, decided to Racey Jordan who wrote gated by the Army for tryingto in Minneapolis of the law both all individuals concernedas them to mean what we will, the transcedent imperativesof

track down some of Mr. several books making sensa- indoctrinate his troops urged true man and God. What being equal to all only as nor add to, nor take away their offices.It .

St rmer's "documentation" tional charges, but whose accounts with John Birch Society liter in wrestling right as the incep regards matters pertaining to from the Word of God, for
with surprising or perhaps varied so much from ature. D.F.L. from the our great Nation as in- that law as established by there is a judgment reserved was only 14 years ago

nol so surprising results. time to time that his charges Anderson reports that California and their in the mandates of man in a government in a for those who do. that Mrs. Robert A. Taft,

't. research committee of have been discredited. Nowhere Rep. Bob Wilson, the In 1946, men, has now society. Let us accept His Word in band's campaigning for her h u s-

NCCR checked 43 items of in this reference does GOP congressional campaign lace's speech as meaning Now, we know that equality its entirety as it was written re-election stunned a
toward the great gathering of union
""documentation" in the Maj. Jordan or anyone else is to line is the state of la-
a trying else; and what was being equal. that we may realize ,the fulfillment borers by I
saying to
an incredibly poor job of re- refer to such information being up fellow Republicans to insert Humphrey Commandments of Equal means the same in degree of His promises and them,
"You know
book and concluded in a recently sent to Russia." Concern Haley's smear book in declaring now become the quantity number, value, not be' dispised' in His eyes.READER. My husband something, folks? 1

published report that ing the shipment of American the Congressional Record, tally of man in his cur- rank age, etc.; theref ore, is not a *J

I ". the book is, at best, uranium to Russia, Maj. chapter by chapter so it can IN 1948 at .abrogating freedom and equality in the common man. There is abso-
Jordan confessed in the same be mailed Congressmen rey helped get lutely nothing common or average
an incredibly poor job of research by Republican law. accepted sense are not synony-
that he "em- plank in the about him. He was first
and documentation; testimony was around the countryat that, In general mous. in'
his class
.. and, at worse, a deliberate barrassed" at having exag- taxpayer's expense.To he said directed has been for Regarding the rights and at Yale and first
gerated the amount. or race A fellow down the street in his class at the Harvard .
hoax and a fraud. many readers the so- and state that free privileges of man b for Law School and if be

. it gives the appearance On page 58, paragrpah 3, called "documentation" of for equal rights equality are synony- the law, they should. be strolled into the yard one a uncommon, man weren'tvery he s
of being the well Stormer says that "weaponsand these books will seem impressive zens. It was that freedom 'appar- equally promoted regardless sunny day last -week and would never have th-, -
He had
documented study which I it ammunition were supplied and few will take the to them equality of race, creed, or color: but said: "Hi, neighbor, youwouldn't to present himself to nerve f
the anti Castro) time to discover for them- A fine, decent you and
I reclaims to be. Nothing could to ( things including race, there is definitely no equality happen to be suggest that vote for him
I :*bV further from the truth. underground in Cuba by the selves the background of the been a color. :between races of people of individuals using you J

j In case the author has subverted CIA in such a way as to insure authors and their sources of ator- : search for the es equality here being your lawn mower thIs after- as Washington.your representative" The Li

those references ( in they could never be information.That farm and small of a sound work- that with respect of treatment ,noon, would 'you?" "Yes, heart-cheered audiencetake ;1

the. purported documentation) used." His 'documentation' of is why we have urgedour problems. document that would of all concerned as regarding afraid so," was 'our reply. I

I to .give a totally erroneous this charge is cited as a column readers in the pastanddo When people these self-same .contact with, those "Good deal," said he with a But.we.have forgotten what _'

)t impression and even to say written by Edith Roosevelt so again, here and now'- him, the our founding Fa laws as estab bOO by man. broad smile "then you we need to know about the

I oweclsely the opposite of what in the Shreveport Jour to read ,. think and aganda fall drafting. the ,Consti- All things the Lord has done wouldn't mind if I' borrowed psychology of great men. Eugene _

Nc. own reference claims" nal of Sept. 15, 1962. investigate before acceptingsuch him for what he which we now have, t has been for a specific purpose your golf clubs, would you?" Lyons has :
declares. Said the NCCR report: "If literature as factual., uct of American of the recaptured
Se report > major _and_ reason;, His ,com- Stoughton (Wis.), Courier. that psychology.

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T Wednesday, September 30 1964 Gainesville Sun


Barry's Picking, His 'Team' Carefully !


'. By CLARK MOLLENHOFF cisco convention. platform, appeared to pay no ment by GOP Chairman Dean I I you can't excuse crookedness." first month has been 'as gruel
Cowles Washington Bureau Senator Goldwater said that attention to Senator Goldwater's :
Burch, and the comments by Senator Goldwater said he ing as the Nixon and Kennedy
S WASHINGTON, D.C.Sen-polls taken for the Republican speech, and' his actions were other Republicans have been isn't sure that the railroad campaigns in 1960. i
ator Barry Goldwater said Mon- National Committee indicate regarded as a political snub. strong enough to end the fears whistlestop campaign he start- -The GOP candidate said he
day he is thinking of former that nearly half of the defectors At Cobo Hall in Detroit on Sa- that he has made irresponsible ed
Monday night is the best plans to slow it down slightly
Vice President Richard M. Nix- have returned to the -
Republican turday night Romney introduced suggestions control
on of nu-
way to campaign, but that he in the 'following weeks despitethe
on as the man he would appoint fold, and that most of them Senator Goldwater be- clear weapons.He is
doing it "because Ray Bliss speedy plane that has gone
as secretary of state if will return over the next five fore a wildly enthusiastic crowdof explained that he has had and some others felt this is as fast as 760 miles an hour. II

he The is elected. weeks. more than 15,000 persons some help from former Presi- the way I should campaign in He said he will limit the 1 I ION
Republical] presidential The GOP presidential candidate who were dominantly Goldwater dent Eisenhower, and that the that area." He will make 33 speeches to three a day, by
candidate said "I have discussed said that he has received fans. Even though Romney's 74-year-old former Republican stops in a five-day period be- contrast with the five or six
'' the idea with former "some very encouraging re words and manner seemed cor- President will probably make fore going back to the American speeches he has been giving in I
President Eisenhower and he ports" on the results of the dial to Goldwater he was sub- several speeches and television Airlines 727 Astrojet next I the first three weeks.
believes Nixon would do aLI in midwestern ject to periodic booing and even I
campaigning shows on his behalf. However He quipped that he hopes
wonderful job"The states by Pennsylvania Governor the mention of his name by he said he would not ask the While he had said he did not that Johnson campaigns a lot

Arizona William Scranton. other speakers brought s 0 m ebooing former President to engage in! plan a strenuous campaign, he "because the more people that ALL BRANDSFIVE
Republican said "Bill Scranton is a real team from the strongly pro- a grueling campaign schedulefor admitted that the pace of the see his face the better." I
he was co Political player and is going to help a Goldwater c row d. Romney's him at his age. .
I ering making words fell far short of en-
lot, Senator Goldwater said. The Republican candidate said
i an announce- "I would like to him dorsement, although 'Senator f
see con- that he must make a decision
H' ment in which Goldwater called for Romney's
t N oles centrate more on Pennsylvaniain within the next week or two FLAGSVODKA
he might name the last part of the campaign re-election.. as to whether it will be start them right withHQ2B20HH0
1 neces-
: Nixon and several ." While he is counting Michi-
1 other Republicans gan as lost territory, Senator sary for him to make a com- $2 5 9
I t Senator Goldwater said he prehensive statement on the
of statue as those Goldwater is optimistic about. QualiCraft
has "about written off' Michi- nuclear control i s sue. "The
I he would name to Cabinet posts his chances in such traditional' .
t If elected. gan Governor George Romneyand Republican states as Iowa and staff thinks that the issue may 80 proof
, New York Governor Nelson be settled, but I'm not so sure
Senator Goldwater Kansas where the polls have
said that
t Rockefeller far about "
as as being that yet, he said.
it would be "unusual in polltics" indicated he has deep troubles.He .
, any help to him in the 1964 He declared
that his
) said strongest -
for a candidate to announce I "could not put
r | the names of of campaign.He much faith in the pools par- asset "is the great unrest r
any said he finds it impossible"to there is in the country." Hospitality Begins With
1 those he intended to select for figure this Governor Rom- ticularly where they are show- wHtei lOf e
Cabinet posts, but that "I might ing two to one margins (against "The people don't like imageof i
do it." ney. ,Goldwater) in traditionally Re- Johnson as president with
"I can sit down with him wy.a., SEE1t'qI
publican states." all this information about Bob ayer nOI
[ \ Former
Vice President Nixon
j go over issues point by by Baker and Matt McCloskey
I It. has been one of those who has point, and have him saying yes He conceded there has been the
( former Democratic finance
been most effective in stressing to everything and then he won't trouble but commented that chairman) and the TFX" Sen- ;;:....:..:..,. ?' t'' '"The Dry Scotch"
the unity theme in the talks with local political figuresin .,
Republican do anything Senator Gold- ator Goldwater said. >> :
i.\ Party since the San Francisco water said.Senator Kansas and Iowa indicate j.
A convention, and he will that he now holds "a slightlead' "There is a distrust about \
Goldwater said that ; > .
ii, ; >, "
; ,
; what they are doing to this ; :::::: '
in in those two states. .

p|t engage on behalf of intensive Senator Goldwater campaign Michigan he "will probably" and added be beaten that in The Republican charges that water government said. Senator Gold-. .:""w....'.....:.,.:.'."......'...........',....'.''.::.::....N'.......'..:. ...'...'...

I* throughout October and up to Romney also "will probably be he might be "trigger happy"or .:.;..:.--....:..:.;..:.:::;'...:.:.'.:':". '.:':"...;.:.::::. $4.99 AL
i the eve of the election. defeated" because of the lack "irresponsible" that were He conceded that there area .' .........'. ..' '' '.,'.'. :..
lot of voters who "don't want
j ill It Is believed that closer association of unity in the Repubb 'an effortin made before the San Francisco :-. : '
t Goldwater but that : : / .
with Nixon President that state. \ nomination are "giving me many of :. : ::'.:: :
Eisenhower and other popular When Senator Goldwater I vis- the most trouble," Senator the voters are going to come ..
around to the view that he is 5th
t leaders of the Republican Party ited Michigan last Saturday Goldwater said. "the lesser of two evils." '399.
is essential if Senator Goldwater Governor Romney was on the He said that he believes his I ..:. .. :,.. '
He declared that he felt that
is to overcome the de- with him two has been ):.; '
major same platform on campaign "helpeda the $
r sermon by Dean FrancisB. .: :
fection among Republicans that occasions. The first ti i meat lot" on the issue of controlof : .: :: .'
Sayre deploring the "Ster- t:: :: : ..
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took place immediately after Midland Mich., Romney perched nuclear weapons by articlesin ile" choice in the present political ,: .: ....,. i ? ---.--.......
l the bitterness of the San Fran- on a rail at the back of the U.S. News and the World Report OLD w wflS1lNIe1Y
campaign was more damaging From their very first steps, protect the health of your
and Time magazine that
to President Johnson children's feet with QualiCraft Juniors. Yoa could find
state the American general in
than to his candidacy. Deans
i Johnson PlansEuropean charge of NATO already ha Sayre had stated that one can- comparable shoes at higher prices but there's no needto

been delegated authority to use didate had "dangerous ignor- pay more because QualiCraft Juniors give you the fit, S

nuclear weapons under cer- ance and devestating uncertain- support and quality materials needed for growing feet.

tain conditions.On ty" while the other had a "pub- The shoes to start with and stay with 3.99 4.99. : BROOK
i the same subject, he said lic house splendid in its *
Trip he has been given support by every appearance but whose

comments from former Presi- private lack of ethics must in- BaK .

WASHINGTON AP) President made if only because solid dent Eisenhower, former Vice evitably introduce termites at .; $3 69 :

t 1Jt Johnson, if elected, hopes planning would have to await President Nixon RepresentativeRobert the very foundation." I
to go to Europe in November or the election results, Johnson Taft, Jr., and others. Senator Goldwater commented ""
t'I December to meet with leaders seems to be hopeful of arranging Senator Goldwater said he that ha believes the reaction Gainesville Shopping Center- Open Til 9 p.m. 5th i i 1'\1
I and representatives of the 14 an appearance before the has "some differences with the .of the voters will be "that you _. JI
// other countries of the North Parliamentarians, an unofficial staff" as to whether the state- :can excuse some ignorance, but I

i"J I Atlantic Looking Treaty further Organization.to the future body representatives composed of of the appointed parka* I Guckenheimer J i

:I t Johnson expects to meet fairly meats and congresses of NATO / 1
I soon with Soviet Premier Khru- countries.As .
,. shchev, if the Soviet leader is

f It c willing., probably Such would a session not,be however held- Johnson Senate attended Democratic several leader of ,Reserve I'I I '

\ until 1965. these conferences. He went to .
i Tha President It one after his election as vice
was learned I
f today is thinking in terms of an president.In SAVE 12'' ) I

: I appearance either at the No- looking toward a possible
t vember meeting of NATO'Parliamentarians official attendance at either of

:j I or at the December the NATO meetings, Johnson $3 .19
session of the NATO CoonI bas in mind the promotion of 5TH
I I cil. Both conferences will be greater unity within the al- ,
held in Paris.
liance. He particularly wants to
As for a Johnson-Khrushchev see De Gaulle walking in step
meeting it was learned the with other Western leaders and
i' President feels that sessions any trip to Paris would be cer- on two 6-sti pounds of new
with leaders of Allied countries tain to include talks with De SPECIAL
would have to come first Gaulle. r

., There was nothing to indicate T03Z N
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that'Johnson, during .
any .'' r. -=-
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no longer be applicable after the Caribbean ports For details:
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{' Pick GroupTo Hawaii'sIt Volcanoes Make Floods "Bring- '':'"' .
\ Student .
in India
Rioting Chaos :
1 I !'.
Find FSU
NEW DELHI, India.(AP-. t:
Moon Study 'Haverf I About 2,009 ragged*Vla'gers
streamed into )ejhjt'ues-! .7' '
1 I I Is 'Lawlessness9 'President'TALLAHASSEE, day, and staged NeYJ, a.screaming ....
; '' By HAROLD R. WILLIAMSAP gas ori!liquid that came to protest against :government .a'..
PIt\ in ( special Writer surface of the moon would!failure to with floods',that ;
\ By CHARLES REID "With this positive program the making,. Florida State University Aerospace cope
, : *v there is absolutely. no,excuse.for,any studentto : and explode and that is: have ravaged vast regiqns. of ".
Lawlessness 13th Street is .faculty commitee, which recommended -
on anarchy Tex.
'moous'behavior north India. ,': _
demonstrate his excitement by eruption, Clanton .
Dr. Gordon Black- r
These were the words of Dean Lester L. .
I Beautiful Hawaii would ";
Hale yesterday as he described student riots on University Avenue, 13th Streetor well for the presidency four appearto i "There is no heat associat- Grizzled old men with,canes,
any other location on or off campus," said to have nothing in common with : the explosion." babies'children :
J to the University City Kiwanis Club. years ago geared up today :women carrying ; |
Hale. "Any such activity Jan't.be interpretedas the desolate bareness of the "
1 "" Dean, Hale said he feels that any most 'school spirit; but as vandalism.and hood-, help find his successor. moon. demonstrate, Clanton cited! running to keep tipT-'ihey ..,.
I faithful observers would like to believe that Baya Harrison of St Petersburg in vacuum chambers swarmed through ,the capital's'main .
lumism., chairman of the university Yet there is big similarity, business district, clogging .
Saturday night's was only justifiable ex- Hale said the University was through "play a liquids explode when
,: citement of students following a football viol ing footsies" with those few students who.are Board of Control named a say Manned Spacecraft Center traffic and sweeping- :aside':'.: pe :.
tory: However, some students are eager to bent on disgracing, themselves and the University special faculty committee Tues- scientists after a close study of ;destrians. '
use school spirit as a justification: for displaying under guise'of "victory celebrations.'.'. day.Dr. '* f the recent Ranger 7.photos.Uel ; space geologist said he floods have left
l evidence of an. almost I The monsoon "
Blackwell effective
juvenile emotions and resentments. resigned -
be requested.to' invoke: andcovered
"Authorities will F S. Clanton, 'space center battering of the lu-.I six million people homeless
b .1 to become presidentof
"If makes it most difficult for those'of us, the 'unlawful assembly' statute.at the earliest: thousandsof
and of team of hundreds of
students and administrators, who do not want sign of gatherings that could develop'trouble,"'' Fdrmafr ((S.C.;)University. geologist moon experts one studying a Ran: surface teoioids.by meteoroids.. and.i acres of badly needed crops.
to dampen conscientious ardor and school said Hale. "Anyone failing to disperse will The committee members, not ger's remarkable pictures of the --- .,
enthusiasm, but who are responsible also for I the same ones who found Dr;
be subject to immediate disciplinary action moon, said the photos reveal a i
seeing that it's directed into acceptable channels "I hope the Gators tear the Tiger Rag off Blackwell, were Dr. 'Malcolm string of shield volcanoes whichare ters."A:I Convert Heat
1 ," Dean Hale stated. LSU this Saturday night, ,and I expect the Parsons, head of the Depart- readily distinguishable by "
: '
Pre-game pep rallies are planned and executed student body to show I their approval by at- !ment of Government, chairman; their low-angle, coneshapedcraters. I !! To High Powered
by students with much effectiveness, tending the celebration planned for the. ..students and Dr. R':1Ssell.Kropp, professor :
I Hale;said. He believes a post-game pep rally by the Student Government: of of.education research; Dr. ? 'I Light For Only:
i would be effective in promoting school spirit "This is the American tradition;",lawlessness Helen Cate, professof home economics Hawaii one of two' places on (
and In quelling riots. on 13th Street anarchy!" ; Dr. Wiley House-, earth with shield volcanoes, :
I .. wright, professor of'music; Dr. Clanton said. Greenland is the : 7.95 ( j
m I < Robert Hull, chairman of biolog- other.
r Go to WorkOr ical sciences; Dr. Robert Wol- i
verton, associate professor of For this reason Clanton said ,
School classics; and Dr. Homer A. geology field trips to Hawaii by: 3000 Candle _
eRelief'. Express SpiritAt Black, professor of accounting. the made nation's soon.Hawaii's 29. astronauts wouldbe i Power Brilliance

Post-Game Rallies FLIES DESTRUCTIVEVast famous Mauna Loais
Off swarms of tsetse flies a shield volcano, Clanton said., GULF FOLDS
Win, lose or draw Universityof rida Field on the practice field. have turned parts of nations The moon trainees' work wouldbe '
J LOS :ANGELES (AP) The Florida students now havea :Assistant Athletic Director Percy ,throughout eastern, central and to, study the lava beds of the HARDWARE HARDWARE
Los Angeles County relief program standing invitation from the Beard is in charge of keep I western Africa into economic' fiery crater so they would be I 1116 N. MAIN ST. 5 S.E. 1st, AYE.I .

1 has been ordered-.altered administration to express their| ing students informed of the I wastelands. familiar with the lava forma I __ ____ ." _
u -
to Include this proviso: "Work school spirit at post-game pep team's travel schedule so they u
-or get off relief." rallies, not riots. can form a motorcade to meet,l
I UP officials and student the Gators at the airport.
The Los Angeles County
I Board of Supervisors, which leaders met Tuesday to map Student body president Xen
their let's-not-riot program Kennedy called the meeting after
J ordered the welfare changes
of The first of the rallieswhichwill several students were arrested -
Tuesday, even has a type
be held after each After
work in mind: field hand labor. away Saturday night.
I game-will follow Saturday's Florida beat Mississippi State,
Such work on California Florida LSU contest. students built bonfires and
farms is now done mostly by, The win-lose-or tie bonfire stopped traffic on 13th Street.
Mexican nationals imported for will be built across from Flo-
the purpose under the state's

bracero program. Recreation frCOUNTDOWN"I Meade & Williams i ift

Efforts to induce unemployed
persons to take over the work- Survey OK's 'for citizenship .
so-called labor, I II '
most of it stoop '
at $1.00 to $1.25 an hour-have I For Florida i I FRUITS & VEGETABLES ..
failed. The bracero program
ends Dec. 31.Supervisor. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The It I 3 DAYS i ; FRESH GREEN
U. S. Army Engineers had a'' .
Ernest E. Debs $10,000$ contract today with the '
said: "We have a lot of able- federal Area Redevelopment Ad- III LEFT TO FROZEN FOOp. PEANUTS : :. . . LB. 20
bodied boys on the relief pro ministration to continue a survey -
gram.They will not go to schoolor into the possibility of developing III REGISTERDEMOCRATIC I e,. FORDHOOK 'or BABY BIRDS EYE .
learn a trade. It seems about an outdoor recreation JONATHAN

time to say: "Either"work or area between Panama City ( Ih LIMAS . 10-0%. pkg. 2/55C : .
you will not get food. and Chipley.The II".;, : APPLES 4.AG,39
The supervisors enacted a money was to pay for III Stt Dtmocrttic GREEN
evaluations of engineering and III Executive' CommifU.,
r five-point program revealed 111 W rr.n M. Goodrich 11 GRAPESLB.
geological problems by
brought varying opinions from Ch.irm.nAN CHOPPED t
and foundation }
core drilling
state and labor officials. A state, tests. ttii BROCCOLI / RED TOKAY LB 19 !
1 official said the plan sounded mixL'39 .
legal.! A labor spokesman expressed .I J SPINACH

I doubts. Kahn I I, .SocnethiQg J lew! : WINTER GARDENCherryFRUITP: CARROTS Cello Pkg. 2 FOR 25;
Supervisor Kenneth : :
estimated Los Angeles ,Conntyj! PIEStPeach ....:" .:. .. .:. :. 3/1 00 r ,.....
t will have 30,000 unemployed' WINTER GARDEN U.S. NO. 1 IE

youths the bracero available jobs when to take the labor-over' OLD FASHION ': MEAT PIES TeutyCMeken.t : :. 5/89c POTATOES 10 49'MEATS

importation 31. plan expires Dec.\'. MEAT MARKET :. LB. BAG

The supervisors said the new ,
regulations would I make these'
1 requirements of employers "
hiring from relief rolls: ; featuring QUALITY- U. S. GOOD & CHOICE BEEF SUGAR COFFEE

facilities 1. That and adequate other acceptable sanitary I, RIB STEAK : 79* <

employment conditions be . . . . LB. 5 -: 49 59"with
vided. pro-I
Ten der with $s.OO..m..1) ( $s.OO..m..1
2.That the minimum Su re me1 CHUCK STEAK. 59

M : at least $1.25. . . LB.
3. That, if possible, steady
employment should be provided.
transportationshall CHUCK ROAST 49
4.' Adequate
be provided to the farms. LB.
5. Recipients of public assist- 7 2c "
ance will not be required to I Filet Mignon GROUND BEEF 3 139
1 work under unusual circumstances -I EACHTBONE LB= .
such as illness or other I H .: :; ;' Limit

difficult families. conditions, in their,; PORK ROAST LB. 49' f i ,, Jw SI D.00OIp Cull .1. :

i ." :i ;" SUlN Please. '
i August Tax Steak tClb. .i'V..can..lnk':: : { ONenEi1 t "
98 PALM SLICED BACON 49 : i f>* rt
t \ RIVER LB. 69 .
I : i Gt.
CollectionsShoiv .
BAKING HENS 39' I with orde"' ,
f .' BEEF SHORTRIBS ; . . LB. 4 Bars
j ji/: Drop .
i A drop in August beverageand ... .. .i. .. Lt. 39 FROSTY 'MORN HAMSAS 49 Bath

cigarette tax collections & COPELAND .. ..... t'..". i. / :SiS ; ;:
and moonshine still seizures FRESH GROUND i DELL'S FLA. i. ; I

t was reported director today Richard by state B. FRYERS Whole Ib. 29* 69t

Keating.The beverage. BEEF . . 3 L65.1.39 Cut Up Ib. 33<
totals in the related categories
are down in comparison -t

t wjth August 1963. Keating Ii IiI CHUCK l
said tax revenues totaled '$9.7 ROAST
I mOOeD a drop of 9.8 per cent i
under August, 1963. '
I Meanwhile in the continuing .
war against i moonshiners, LB.59c SNOWDRli-T

I agents 24 ;illegal reported stills the in destructionof six Flori- SHORTENING.. .. e' 3-lb. can 59* '.

da counties-none in Alachua. SOFT WEVETOILET
distilleries were discovered -
Illegal in Okaloosa, D u val, SIRLOIN TISSUE' 2-roll pkg. 25*
Dade,;Holmes, folk,and Vol- 9'8t.

usia counties. STEAK. Ib. GOLD MEDAL'FLOUR.
Also'destroyed were 13,383 1
gallons of.fermenting mash and -5 >s.490
557 ,gallons of'Illegal whiskey. PORK STEAKS Ib. 59. <
Agentst seized 11 vehicles used CALO >

in moonshine'f9S persons-one operations and in Ala arrested FRESH FRYERS Ib. 29 : DOG FOOD. : -' ,15 -oz. can 2/25* .

chua. -
income from legal liquor I DEL MONTE .

taxes S was down 11.6 percent !' DeLOACH'SMEAT CATSUP '. _. 14-0%. bottle 2/35* TWO STORES: 8 ;N.W; 16th AVE.
with August .
of last year. Total take was I MARKET STALEY PURE .*', >' '* .. f' NfWBERRY ROAD*
$2,0954 t : .:
Cigarette tax income was off!I, 3448 W. University Ave. CORN OIL 24-oz.. bottle 450

1.09 pee cent, with collections I Phone 378-2316 .1:
of $4.30,11. Keating said. j I ..--;:*:
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6 Gainesville Sun Wednesday September 30 1964

1\! Pick .GroupTo Volcanoes' Make Floods ..Bring.:..,__
; Haw 3.
Y Student RiotingIs j Chaos in India '::. .
i ...
Find FSU
t ia NEW DELHI, India (AP). -* t;
'I It Moon Study 'Haven'By About 2.00Q ragged;,Villagers ,
'Lawlessness'By President'TALLAHASSEE' I streamed into New{JJelhi Tuesday ': '
and staged at screaming *
r j
t ;" HAROLD R. WILLIAMS gas or liquid that came to protest against 'government -.-..

ti CHARLES REID "With this positive program in the making, Florida State AP-A( University special AP Aerospace Writer surface of the moon would failure to cope with! floods*that ;'
there is ,excuse for studentto and explode and that is have ravaged vast regions_ of J".
absolutely no any
: "Lawlessness on 13th Street is !" faculty commitee, which rec- I
anarchy OUSTON, :Tex. (AP) -
i ,'I demonstrate his excitement by 'riotous' ommended Dr. Gordon Black- eruption," Clanton'north India. t
= ;
Thjese were the words of Dean Lester L. Beautiful Hawaii would i a ..
behavior' on University Avenue, 13th Streetor well for the appearto There is heat associat with ,
Hale yesterday as he described student riots presidency four no Grizzled old men canes
any other location on or off,campus," said have nothing in common with the ,',
to explosion. children
i i to the University City Kiwanis Club. rears ago geared up today women carrying babiesj; *-
Hale. "Any such activity can't .be interpretedas the desolate bareness of the -
Hale said be feels that most help find his successor. I running to keep itp they
Dean any Clanton cited
'school spirit' but as vandalism and hoodlumism -, moon. demonstrate; -
Baya Harrison of St Petersburg the ca pital'smain T
faithful observers would like to believe that ." in vacuum chambers II swarmed through
riot chairman of the university Yet there is big similarity, I business district, clogging ',-.
Saturday night's was only justifiable; ex- a liquids explode when
Hale said the University was through "play *
citement of students following a football victory ing footsies" with those few students who.are Board of Control named a say Manned Spacecraft Center I traffic and sweeping. : aside', pe-
I! However, some students are eager to bent on disgracing, themselves and the University special faculty committee Tuesday -scientists after a close study of I destrians.The "
\ use school spirit as a justification for display- under guise of "victory celebrations.". .r the recent Ranger 7,photos. space geologist said he'i floods have left ,
*D Blackwell effec evidence ,of an. almost r monsoon '
ing juvenile emotions and resentments. resigned
I "Authorities will be requested.to' invoke Uel S. Clanton, center homeless and
six million people
makes it difficult for those of tive Feb.: 1 to become presidentof 'space battering of the lu-j '
"It most us the 'unlawful assembly' statute,at the earliest
students and administrators, who do not want sign of gatherings that could develop trouble";' Fin-man-. (S.C.)'University.The geologist and one of a team of surface by meteoroids' ,and J j,l[covered hundreds needed of
committee moon experts studying Rager.'s teoroids. acres of badly crops.
to dampen conscientious ardor and school said Hale. "Anyone failing to disperse will members, not remarkable pictures of the }.
enthusiasm, but who are responsible also for be subject to immediate disciplinary action the, same ones who- found Dr:!
moon, said the photos reveal a
., seeing that it's directed into acceptable channels "I hope the Gators tear the Tiger Rag off Blackwell, were Dr. 'Malcolm string of shield volcanoes whichare ters."A I"A Convert Heat ...
,*' Dean Hale stated.Pregame LSU this Saturday night, .and I expect the Parsons, head of the Department -' readily distinguishable by .
'i pep rallies are planned and executed student body to show their approval by'attending of Government, chairman; their low-angle, cone-shaped To High Powered
by students with much effectiveness, the celebration planned for the..stu- and Dr. Russell.Kropp, professor -!craters. ,
Hale,'said. He believes a post-game pep rally dents by the Student Government: of'education 'research; Dr. I i Light For Only:
j would be effective in promoting school spirit "This is the American 'tradition;...lawlessness Helen.Cate, professof home economics Hawaii'is one of two places on
and;In quelling riots.GotoWoi'k. on 13th 'Street is anarchy!" ; Dr. Wiley House- earth with shield volcanoes, '
wright, professor of music; Dr. Clanton said. Greenland is the : 7.95 f t
p Robert Hull, chairman of biolog- other. ,
r *
ical sciences; Dr. Robert Wol- r. ,
verton, associate professor of For this reason, Clanton said '-! : /
c School classics; and Dr. Homer A geology field trips,to Hawaii by 3000 CandlePower .
'i Or' 'GetRelief' Express Spirit Black, professor of accounting the made nation's soon.29 astronauts wouldbe Brilliance .

I At Post-Game RalliesWin r FLIES DESTRUCTIVEVast Hawaii's famous Mauna Loaisa
Off swarms of tsetse flies shield volcano, Clanton said. : GULF FOLDS
I lose or draw Universityof rida Field on the practice field. have turned parts of nations The moon trainees' work wouldbe <
LOS ANGELES (AP) The Florida students now havea Assistant Athletic Director Percy throughout eastern, central and to study the lava beds of the '' HARDWARE, HARDWARE
Los Angeles County relief pro standing invitation from the Beard Is in charge of keeping western Africa into economic fiery crater so they would be 1116 N. MAIN ST. 5 S.E. la AVE.it .
gram has been ordered altered administration to express their students informed ,of the wastelands. familiar with. the lava forma I
to Include this proviso: "Work school spirit at post-game pep team's travel schedule so they --- - ---
or get off relief." rallies, not riots.. can form a motorcade to meet
UP officials and student the Gators at the airport.
The Los Angeles County i
leaders, met Tuesday to map' Student body president Ken
Board of Supervisors, which
their let's-not-riot programThe Kennedy called the meeting after
ordered the welfare changes
J of first of the rallieswhichwill several students were ar- ,
Tuesday, even has a type I II
work in mind: field hand labor. be held after each away rested Saturday night. After H
game-will follow Saturday's Florida beat Mississippi State,
Such work on California Florida LSU contest. students built bonfires and
farms is now done mostly by The win-lose-or tie bonfire stopped traffic on 13th Street.
Mexican nationals imported for will be built across from Flo-
the purpose under the state's, I
bracero program. Recreation I frCOUNTDOWN"I : Meade & Williams
Efforts to induce unemployed
persons to take over the work- Survey OK's 'for citizenship .
most of it so-called stoop labor, I II
at $1.00 to $1.25 an hour-have For Florida FRUITS & VEGETABLESFRESH
failed. The bracero program
ends Dec. 31.Supervisor. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The I I 3DAYS GREEN =
: .
U. S. Army Engineers had a ,
1 Ernest E. Debs $10,000 contract today with the "
said: "We have a lot of ablebodied -I federal Area Redevelopment Ad- LEFT TO ?/ FROZEN FOOD PEANUTS . 'l2'O
boys on the relief pro ministration to continue a survey -
I gram.They will not go to schoolor into the possibility of developing III REGISTERDEMOCRATIC. FORDHOOK BABY '
learn a trade. It seems about an outdoor recreationarea JONATHAN'

time to say "Either work or between Panama City Ih LIMAS . 10-or. pkg. 2/55C : ,
you will not get food. and Chipley.The APPLES 4 39
-. :' . . ... BAG
The supervisors enacted a money was to pay for III SIII tet. Democratic GREEN
1 evaluations of engineering and III Eitcutiv. Committ.., .
five-point program revealed III Warn M. Goodrich ,
geological problems by

t brought state and varying labor officials.opinions A from state core. drilling and foundationtests. I i Chairman ii CHOPPED BROCCOLI "Ma I RED TOKAY GRAPES ",. . LB. 19* ,
official said the plan sounded /Q*

legal. A labor spokesman expressed : SPI ACH . LIJJ 4
.SomethiQ i NewAN : Cello Pkg. FOR
Kenneth .
Supervisor I g} \. PIES' Apple] Cherry ; ". :
estimated Los Angeles .County j, ; Peach : .. ", .'. .. . .3/1 00 ..-..
will have 30,000 unemployed WINTER GARDEN U.S. NO.1 -;

youths the bracero available jobs when to take the labor-over OLD FASHION : MEAT PIES ?: t.e r Chicken. : . 5/89c POTATOES 10 49< 1.
importation plan expires Dec.\ MEAT MARKET .. LB. BAG ,
31. '

The supervisors said the new
regulations would' make these MEATS

requirements of employers t
hiring from relief rolls: : featuring QUALITY- U. S. GOOD & CHOICE BEEF .. SUGAR COFFEE!

I 1. That adequate sanitary I '
facilities and other acceptable: RIB STEAK (
employment conditions be pro-: . . . . u.S '- 49'with LB. 59
vided. I
i minimum beat 1 Tender < $5.00 order or .....) (Iwl.h$5.00..d..1
t I 2.least That$1.25.]the wage- 1 Su remel CHUCK STEAK..LB. 59

3. That, if possible, steady
employment should be provided.
4. Adequate transportationshall CHUCK, ROAST..LB. 49'
be provided to the farms. 6-OUNCE .

5. Recipients will not of be public required assistance toI I Filet Mignon 72c GROUND BEEF 3 139 .

J work under unusual circumstances LBS. 1 t
such as illness or other I f =: ': Limit

difficult families. conditions in their.: T-BONE BOSTON_ PORK ROAST 49( i.: 1.
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BUTT LB ,. tiles
k s Please
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August Tax : ?, 1Sfrak 98c: PALM SLICED BACON 49 t.. :i" :.fji' Eabr,Stool. Ente Ofte.n 1

I RIVER LB ',*. .. ':t 69'11
Collections i lb. ': G.

BAKING HENS .39' I with: order '

,( "' Show' Drop BEEF SHORT ..... . "4 4 BarS "

r A drop in August beverage RIBS39( FROSTY 'MORN HAMS fVz orWhole 49 Bath

} and cigarette tax collections & COPELAND .....' .,' .0 y r 'Size .
and moonshine still seizureswas FRESH GROUND DELLS FLA.FRYERS. OFF- i' ;

I r+ reported director today Richard by state B. Wholelb.29' 69i

Keating.beverage BEEF . . 3 L65.1.39 Cut Up Ib. 33< _
Thetotals in the related cat
egories are down in comparison I
.' wjth August 1963. Keating I CHUCK '
t said tax revenues totaled '$9.7 I ROASTLB.
millioi 'a drop of 9.8 per cent

t I under August, 1963. )
p Meanwhile, In the continuingwar ,
against moonshiners, 59c' SNOWDRlrT i -r i .a

I agents 24 :illegal reported stills the in destructionof six Flori- SHORTENING. .. 3-lb..can59$ p :'
da counties-none in Alachua. SOFT WEVETOILET
distilleries were discovered -I
Illegal In Okaloosa, D u val, SIRLOIN TISSUE 2-roll Pkg. 25* r
Dade,Holmes, Polk,and Vol- 98t

usia counties. STEAK. lb. .GOLD MEDAL.FLOUR.
AlsoJ destroyed were 13,383
galloni fermenting mash and .- .5 ibs.49<
: 557 gallons off Illegal whiskey. PORK STEAKS .Ib.59w.
Agents seized 11 vehicles used CALO ? .J

': in rested moopshine' 05 persons-one operations and in Ala ar- FRESH FRYERS Ib. 29* DOG FOOD. : ; J5J.OZ. can 2/25* ,

chua. yStat MONTE .
!'Income from legal IJquor -

tires was down with 11.6 Augustof per DeLOACH'SMEAT CATSUP _.. 14-ox. bottle 235TWO STORES 8 N.W 16th AVE.
cent fe comparison AND NEWBERRY ROAD
Total take was I ,- :
lash year. MARKET STALEY ,PURE. -
$2,093,476.Cisar"ette tax Income. was off I I 3448 W. University Ave. : CORN OIL 2'4. %. bottle 45,; .

1.09 pa- cent, with collections I Phone 378-2316 ...,
., ..
Keating said.
of $$4,3&12J j. .
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3 .. .. --- v- Farm Group TW3 Back With Strong. Rogero Tax -Smokey Say f ..

b ,, x Has Eye On Views on Matters PoliticBy Case Goes ONNES 7NnJKlN'LOdCIN'AI A8dlr U AM t
wwrncz w 1980iLj'r
Food Chain
CYNTHIA LOWRYAP comment, but one still wishes
Television-Radio Writer the writers would try harder for To JuryTAMPA
a3 l lS Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, NEW YORK (AP) "That wit and humor and exert less AP) The federal
.5 effort in
k5 an affiliate of the American i Was the Week That Was," aftera attempting to income tax evasion trial of Al

6 ..'."wt'Yn. : (<.;:' d.2"F.V""f'v'h' 7,', :.;""$ Farm Bureau Federation, is three-month summer vaca- "Combat" on ABC is an awfully -Rogero, former State Road
t < '' pushing a plan to have mem- noisy show with all the S
t ; GONE'- ;' tion, returned to NBC Tuesday Board member, was to go to a
bers of the big farm organization but
t shooting it is also a very
I r .SC :\i. 'I : < IUi > """" .it "';0 u purchase a produced show and its
' j. > ,..1' : ;' ; wisecracks in
2 &Rvd 1- '< ions and shooting
:,.' :: .>InIHe chain of food stores. scripts usually are above aver- Only the charge by U. S. Dis- W
The chain mentioned in this all directions. age. Tuesday night's show wasa
trict C. Young remains -
Judge George
connection is the Great Atlantic It story about an assault on a
II Pacific Tea Co. storesA&P.A&P Chief target was politics. German position in which three before the jury begins its I cI
officials had no commenton seemed to this viewer that the men were killed and of the recriminations -deliberations. Let's.al look ahead, and
1 Y:. the proposal. The A&P com- young satirists made no effortto later. It depictswar I I Prevent Forest Fires
:t.f ii
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rJf{ Rogero, a resident of Clearwater -
: it. mon stock is held one-third by cocceal their political sympa- as a painful, exhausting '
I !,} heirs of the late George Hunt- thies. Except for a crack about dirty business, and the acting- is charged with evading his books as they should.
ington Hartford, founder of the President Johnson's fast auto- particularly that of star Vic some $200,000 in income taxes II also con
firm; one-third by the John A. mobile driving, the Democratic Morrow, is valid and interest-!during the years 1956, 57, and 58
Hartford Foundation, Inc., and candidate had gentle treatment ing. -while serving as a road board!tend Rogero's profits were most-
one-third by the public. -and his running mate was not member.The ly "paper profits" and that the
would be to tonight: l government put wrong tax in-
The purpose named at all.
even "Green Mansions, NBC, 9-11 defense contends that Ro-:terpretations on his transac-
strengthen bargaining EDT 1959 motion a former University of
But a broad stream of vitriolic :gero tions.
in the sale of their I. I
power and later
aimed his starring Audrey Hepburn and Florida football star a
comment was at
products. Acquisition of a chain coach the vic The government claims Ro-
Anthony Perkins; "The Danny high school was
1 would be in line with develop sarcastic Republican commentary opponent plus without a Kaye Show," CBS, 10.11Phil,tim of negligence and incompetent gero wilfully contrived to defraud -
ments in farm marketingthatis humor at all about vice- Silvers is the guest star. employes who did not keep it of taxes.
the any
Getting MessageAnne an increase in direct pur- candidate William
chases of food from producer presidential I
Sandifer and Carolyn Beckwith who are helping the Friends of the Li- groups rather than from whole- E. Miller. 3 DAYS
brary promote their annual book sale which starts Thursday were determinedthat sale organizations. When it looked away from
Patrick Sheridan was made fully aware of the event. Between 5,000 and Directors of the Ohio Federa- politics, the program galloped Thursday
I 6,000 books go on sale in the vacant grocery next to City Hall at 9 a.m. Chair- tion have authorized work toward -.all over. It kidded the huge :: :
man Mrs. Raymond Tassinari said the sale will end Saturday. (Sun photo by organizing the various corps of television newsmen FridaySaturday
Eddie Davis.) state farm bureaus-all of covering world trouble spots
which are autonomous-to raise microphone in hand. It made
I funds for the purchase program. merciless fun of smug exurbanite t
The American Farm Bureau parents who permit their 7-PIECE
I / SEE Federation is understood to be teen-age children to drink. It
By making a study of the proposal, had Phyllis Newman sing a LIVING
which is expected to come be- grisly little song mourning a
fore its annual convention in vacation spent taking snapshots ROOM
in December.It abroad when there were such { ;
I! Philadelphia was indicated that, in orderto interesting possibilities at home
.the SUN swing the deal, at least one- riots in Rochester, looting in GROUPIn
half of the more than 1.6 million New York, stabbings and mug-

II GENERAL HOSPITAL ordise Daniels, Betty Jean Department and the Alachua II farm bureau families in the gings.A .
Sept. 2S, 1961BIRTHS White and son. Mr. QuillonN. County Sheriff's Office duringthe country would have to contribute commercial interruption of
: Riley, Mark A. Brown, Mrs. past 24 hours were: $400 million over a five-year the live show was a paid politi- ., turquoise, brown, black nylon
period. cal advertisement for the Dem-
Marilyn Morrison and baby
Mr. and Mrs. Clive Arling- girl, Roy Howell, Mrs. Joyce Donita C. Mathison, 1709 SW Douglas R. Stanfield, execu- ocratic party after which "TW3 frieze fabric covered arms.
Jon, 255-S Flavet III, a boy; Mr. Ann Terrell, Mr. William E. 4th Place and Gloria J. Polk, tive vice president of the Ohio girl" Nancy Ames sang an an- $99 One group only, beige leather-
and Mrs. Autry Smith, Rt. 1 Hammack, Mrs. Elsie L. 625 NE 1st St., at 5:18 p.m. Federation, told the Associated nouncement that the next coupleof 3-DAYS ONLY like plastic.CITY .
)Box 17B, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Gray. Tuesday at E. University Ave. Press there is no intent, if the shows have been preemptedfor AT THIS PRICE
Charles George, Box 155 A, Wal- and 1st St. deal goes through, to: raise retail paid Republican broadcastsand
do, Fla., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. POLICE, FIRE REPORT Amos Watts, Rt. 2 and AvaE. food prices. suggesting, in doggerel,
John A. Dixon, Rt. 1 Box 103A, Accident Roundup Race, Rt. 4, at 2:08 p.m. "We feel," he said, "t hat that the GOP in this way could FURNITURE
Micanopy, a boy.ADMITTED. Involved in accidents reported Tuesday at SE 4th Ave. and farmers' income could be in- keep the show off the air until I
: by the Gainesville Police.11th St.Charlotte. creased through efficiencies of ,I after Election Day.It I II I I

Margie S. Dixon, Micanopy; Weidner, 710 NW would production come and from marketing the opera-which is opinionated nice to have show a freewheeling which- 5S.W. 1st Ave. FR -8291
.6th Ave. and Steve Cypen, 15
Katie B. George, Waldo; Wal-. Soviets Ease tion." tries for satire and humorous
Row at 1:50
Fraternity : p.m.
ter W. Weeks, LaCrosse, Fla.;!
Tuesday at the University Sta-
Henry J. Studstill, T re nton,I Naval 'Spying'LONDON tion Post Office. Train Whistle
Fla.; Kennie L. Howard Mel-
rose; Geraldine M. Stephens,i (AP) -An Atlantic John A. Ferber, 33 SE 13th Warns of Fire : It COSTS Muth LESS at.
alliance strike force steaming Road and Oscar S. Buckner,
Yankeetown, Fla.; Walter P.toward the Bay of Biscay for 760 NE 23rd Blvd., at 12:28: FALL FASHIONSAT
Krewett, Chiefland, Fla.; Leona -:the final phase of NATO war p.m. Tuesday at S. Main St. CHICAGO (AP) A motor-
B. Wiggins, Brooker; Ed- Soviet ships have and the railroad depot. man turned his train whistle
games says
ith B. Kennan, Waldo; Mrs. relaxed their watch on the naval Edith 0. Snowden, 1117 NE into a fire alarm arousing
Catherine E. Arlington, ElsieT. exercise. 10th Place and Robert G. Big- sleeping residents of a burning
Gray, Doracy P. Fontenla, ham, 257 Fletcher S, at 11:59 apartment.Paul .
Bernice M. Smith, Ruth Roby, "To our knowledge only one a.m. Tuesday at SW 1st Ave. Bagato, 51, of suburban DISCOUNTLADIES
Sharon Newell, M. G. Joiner. Russian trawler and one subma- and 1st St.Paulette. Cicero, saw flames whipping out AMERICAN DISCOUNT I I STORES
rine are still shadowing the Crow, 4601 NW 1st when his
DISCHARGED: force," U.S. Navy Capt. Frederick Ave. and Susan A. Thorley, of a bedroom window about 5
train passed
Mr. Harold J. Knight, Jujus ] -: C. Turner, operations officerof 1427 NE 23rd Blvd., at 8:15: elevated Men's Fleece.l ned ,BOYS IVY-STYLED
M. Perkins, Mrs. Maude! the Blue Strike fleet, told a.m. Tuesday in the Gainesville MAN-TAILORED CREW-NECK
Howe, Mrs. Evie Posey, Mrs. newsmen Tuesday night. High School parking lot. a.m.He stopped the train and 'N ) BLOUSES Long Sleeve SHIRTSSIZES

Karen F. Thames, Mrs. June The task force 55 ships, 80 DWI yanked the whistle cord for Sweat Shirts
Hardee, Mrs. Louise M. Har- planes and 21,000 men has I Harold N. Hume, 1103 SW several minutes. Lights went on 30-40 SIZES Sites 616COMPARE
ris, Lorraine Williams, Mrs. been carrying out simulated 2nd Ave., was arrested by Ala- all over the neighborhood. Small $ 27 il1LL V
Joyce Bryan and son, Mrs. attacks with both conventionaland chua County Sheriff's deputiesat Bagato then moved the trainto $]47 Medium AT *%.49
Martha Fay Kamlah I and telephonedthe AT 3.48 PRINTS
and nuclear weapons against 2:20: a.m. today at 2310 SW the next stop Large
daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann targets in Norway, Denmarkand 13th St. and charged with driv- fire department, which put 3g
Barber and daughter, The- Britain. ing while intoxicated. out the flames. _, ; 2 LADIES I '


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G'ville in 1980: .. + SWIFT'S PREMIUM Short Shank Smoked (whole or half hams Ib. 454)

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By ANN CARTER bright, decorative awnings; : f
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Gainesville, now at 54,000 and landscaping the sidewalks. LB .
I' population, will more than double Shop owners would pay for sill & *
I. that figure by 1980 David improvements on their stores, i t, ..
Godschalk, city planning direc- and the city would pay for installing <-
tor, said yesterday at the brick planter boxes and 'Irr
Gainesville Lions Club meeting. benches along the sidewalk.Godschalk "SUPER-RIGHT" Lean MeatRIBS Small Westen Pork SPARE

Godschalk sees increasing said estimates for
movement to urban areas as a the city financed landscapingwould
nationwide trend which needsto be about $3,000 excludinglabor =s--,- Delicious ForBarbecue C

be offset by planning on an costs, for the four blocks N 49
official city leveL facing the courthouse.He ,
expects that one, maybetwo
"In 40 years we will need to ., '
block projects will b e SUPER RIGHT SMOKED 4-ox. PKG.
build the cities of the United started by Christmas the LB.CAP'N ,

States. "Elected over again officials," Godschalksaid. should north block, Pat Parker; Shopto Chipped I Beef 3 for 79c

Wilson's Department Store, ,
probably will be first.

major residential streets, parks areas.,"industryand Slides were shown to illus- Dinners 11-oz. pkg. 49c Franks . 12-oz. Pkg. 39c Crab Patties 6oz. Pkg. 35c e II!!&tfI
r trate some of the ideas being I v i I
In Gainesville "Operat ion used in "Facelift." Slides of SUPER RIGHT FRESHLY GROUND CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN CHEESE CAP'N JOHNS FROZEN BREADED 1 g.uJJl1.l": :J 1 I

., Facelift"major, one planning of Godschalk'sfirst tasks Park Kalamazoo, Fla.,, both Mich.having and Winter under- Beef . 3 lb. Pkg. $1.35 Pizzas. uv4-oz. pkg. 49c Shrimp. 2 lb. BOX $1.59 Wttti Our This Own Coupon-and 3-oz.Purchase Jar of .,tI 1I I

since taking over the job i n downtown renewal, show- .
gone I Instant Tea 69c i I
March, is designed to make the ed a
greater convenience and Zone 1. Jix. 1 -3-U I
four blocks surrounding the comfort for shoppers. I Coupon Good Through $It.. Oct. S j

ing county to shoppers.courthouse more appeal- Plans for Operation Faceliftwere Save 47* JANE PARKER Freshly Baked Delicious s ___ _J
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Improvements would consistof four achitectural firms in town Wifr 1l-AW.J1!
repainting the buildings with who had donated their
services 1Lb.8ox..
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Apple P3 Pies. $100': Plaid Stamps .

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CofC Vice-Pres. American Pemento or
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Special I r. LIBBY Yellow Cling Halves I Zon 1, Jax. 10-3-M '
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vice president will b e Beach Shores; vice presidentof ( Cans .
i; guest speaker Thursday at 7 the Exchange,Bank at Holly Plaid Stamp*
o'clock at the Gainesville Hill; president of Comco, Inc. With This' Coupon and Purchase of
Chamber at the Gainesville of Daytona Beac? and executive Ann Page Pure- 1 2-oz. Jar
banquet.The vice president< of Nameloc, Our Every Day Low Price! Colored I MARGARINE Grape Jelley, . 27c
banquet will be held at Inc. Zone 1 Jax. 10-344
Coupon Good Through Stt. Oct. :3&m
the University of Florida Stu- Tickets for Thursday's ban 1-Lb.
dent Service Center. quet are on sale at the CofC
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Henry C. Coleman, U.S. CofC office for $4. Nutley
official and chairman of the The program includes Cole- (Solids I )
Commercial Bank of Daytona man's talk and recognition of
Beach board of directors, will loco: community leaders by the I.r\: 25 Extra
be featured speaker.He CofC directors. I DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE Plaid Stamps -i
is a graduate of Clem- Joe Willcox, CofC vice '
son College and Cornell Univer- president, will present the citizen M K KK Juice . 1-qt. 14ozCam 43c I With This' Coupon end Purchase of "
sity. He has served as presi- : awards and President Bill Ann Page-1-Ib., 2-oz. Jar "
dent of the Florida State Combs will preside at the .: SPECIAL:JANE PARKER FRESH CRISP E JJJ Garden Relish 39c l jl I
Chamber of Commerce for two meeting. Zone 1. Jill 10-J-44
years and his business back- I Special None Better or Any Price! White House :z Potato Chips .MB. BOX 4 9 c g Coupon Good Through Sat.. Oct.I: !
ground also includes teaching, Dine-Out i 1tfji.ilHii! : Lait! .!:] I
oil distributor, statistician and Foods In I II SPECIAL:JANE PARKER GOLDEN, CINNAMON OR

banker. I Sugared Donuts BOX'of 12 19c I II
Coleman is. chairman of the EVA P MILK
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,Family Needs OUT I Cheddar Cheese Pound 53c

Help After Tall m A&P PEACH PINEAPPLE AND APRICOT Plaid Stamps I
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Newberry Fire 13 fluid Preserves 3 lb. Jar 79c WITH THE PURCHASE OF

The Gainesville Red Cross
i' office has issued an appeal for ': Eggs . . . Dozen 37c Worthmore Spice Drops I V' -'b.' Pkg. 33c
iJ furniture for a burned out family pSca
in Newberry.Mrs. A&P YELLOW Wortfimore Gum Drops 1/4-lb.. Pkg. 33c

stove,.bed Mary furnishings Medlin said and a tops f:: Pop Corn . 2 lb. Bag 25c Worthmore Orange Slices 1 -lb. Pkg. 33c \

chairs are needed for the Ed- DEEP EATrot Save 10
ward Taylor family whose r.;: C A&P %::::::? ANN PAGEi Worthmore Gum Slices 1 '/ -Ib. Pkg.; 33c
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.:c: :: Ketchup. 14-oz. Worthmore
weekend.. I Oysters
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Mrs. Medlin asked donors to I :: <;: $& ANN PAGE MUSHROOM '
contact Mrs. Albert Jones in L bsser COFfft : "NO COUPON'S NECESSARY"
Newberry here. or the Red Cross office AILS ;...: SOUp . 2 10'/2_OZ. Cons 33c

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Cr bsCH Jumbo 7 ... Grapes . 2 Ibs. 25c :

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Poland (AP) Jar
CHl CK NG Apples 4 ib. 39c29c
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:12' Gainesville Sun Wednesday. September 30, 1964' 1
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r to.J to.t.. THE AMERICAN WAY mm 1 : UF faculty Club Aarfy Set Saturday Halloween *: ,

;- Party IsPlanned
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Howard Whitman -.ki ;; ;.
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t BflD THE ;- .. .... .,.... The. International, Women'I t.1 r
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; Club has slated a Halloweer.

e r Family Love .:f ) ; : : .; J -: .. c.: the> University for Monday Women's at 8 p.m.Clubhouse at- '\I'I'party

ii West Newberry Road.
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Is Not Easy f cAfflILYWedding '. 3t; ;,:; -', 4 '. All international student wives
1t. 'Jtr
.; "' and women students are invit-
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\ (Fourth of a Series) some of its contents: y';; ed to attend and costumes
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; The 12-year-old boy said to From,your earliest infancy ..r\ : may be worn. '

his father: we will give you our love, _. .( : Further information may be ,
"Dad, if said so that grow with --,- Mrs.
anyone anything you may / ; T. t.3 obtained by contacting
nasty about Mom or Sister trust in yourself,and in others. '\''* ,Glenn A. Farris. I
or me, you'd want to punch We will recognize your M7. A. = ?

them right in the nose. Well, worth as a person and we will
then, what I don't understand help you to strengthen your Plans

is-why do you pick on us so sense of belonging.We llFf lliit
much?" will help you to develop ,

The youngster had put his initiative and imagination, so ListedThe a
finger on one of the strange that 'you may have the op An ExtraVacation

quirks of family love. portunity freely to create. 1 P9E\H1tt1W-
of Miss ,Martha ?
The family is a fortress and We will encourage your marriage Ilpr'i' 3
its crossbows,are poised at the curiosity and your pride in Edwinna Murphey, daughter -
crenelated walls to make workmanship, so that yon of Dr. and Mrs. Milledge \
who at- have Murphy, and Verley'Jemoine ,
mincemeat of anyone may the satisfaction --- '
tacks from without. But inside that comes from achievement.We Spivey, son ,of Mr..and, Mrs. -::;- /'" I

the privacy of those walls, the will provide you with Verley T. Spivey of Jackson- The UF Faculty Club, sketched above from the golf course side by Elizabeth.Ehrbar, will be the scene of

good retainers are not beyond all opportunities possible to ville, will be an event of Sat- a'fall social ,Saturday.,The club, formerly the Gainesville Golf and Country Club, was re-decorated I .1.1Time
urday at 4 ,in the First i !
bat God. p.m. the By Ship
swinging a blugeon or a develop your own faith in during summer. I II II
tie-axe at one another as the We will respect rightto Presbyterian Church .
spirit moves them. be yourself. your A wedding supper for the wedding Dancing and cards will feature ,Officers for the year include 1' Assisting Dr. Hammond with and their wives for luncheon!.
is party and out of town the UF Faculty Club's informal John W. Sites, president: Ash- the arrangements Saturdaynight Monday through Friday from'I
The family without fights This doesn't mean that loveis ; I to relax have fun
indeed. But far from be- sugar candy. It doesn't mean guests will follow the ceremony -I fall social Saturday by Hammond, .vice-president .will be Miss'Elsie Jones, 11:30 to 1:30 and dinner 0 n J
rare ing a condemnation of the family that the answer to the child's at the Primrose Inn with:from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. and also social chairman; David -who is-in charge of decorationsReid Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and arrive refreshed._

this in itself is proof of the every whim must be a the bride's parents as hosts. at the Club house. Williams, secretary; Clifton Poole and Roy Lelich i Following the home UF foot- '.1"'"
paren- Attendants for the bridal Bard.Donaldson's. Orchestrawill Oliver treasurer, and R. W. ball the club will
of family love. tal "yes." It be easier to cou- entertainment.The games open I I Eves ism
power Family love permits the say "yes" all may the time, and it ple will be Mrs. William D. AT- provide music during. the Bradbury, immediate past pres- for Saturday evening buffet din- i I'I'i

members of a household to express -may provide the facade of love, nett of Franklin, Va., who will evening. ident. club is 'open to members ners.Reservations WORLDTRAVEL lira '
serve as matron of honor; must be made I I
their emotions with an but the real foundation of aparent's
honesty they could never bringto love must also be Miss Jeannine Murphey, sisterof by Thursday proceeding the l

bear with strangers.And based on the number of timeshe the bride, maid of honor, and Saturday games with the "UF
so words are spoken says "no." Miss Rose Hoover, bridesmaid.i Food Service Department. I; SERVICE
which never would be, or could Thomas Hagler of Jackson- 1 hffj : Members will be priviledged to 808 W. Univ.; Ave. FR 6-4641
,It's Limiting, Too ville will best .
be, outside the familial bond. serve as man. bring guests.Membership
And family love also provides True love is just as limitingas Ushers will be William Gress )\ 'in the club is
the balm to soothe the cuts and it is permissive. It is said of Deland and Tucker Cooke of open to all University of Flor- Sun Want Ads
I bruises. There is an amazing that toward the end of his Newberry.Mr. THURSDAY, October 1 Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio, 1 Edwinna Murphey, daughterof ida faculty: with a membershipfee
ability to recover from spats first: year a child reaches a and Mrs. Spivey.will give fet- p.m. Mrs. Sam P. Ham Dr. and Mrs..Milledge Mur- of $5 with $10 yearly dues. Get Results

and go right on as though noth- love crisis; up until then every- the rehearsal dinner honor i n g Pre-wedding Ann supper and her and her daughters, Mrs. I phey Jr., and Verley Jemoine -
had.happened-and without thing and anything goes, there Miss Murphy and their son ing Gracy David Cofrin, Mrs. Harold Spivey, son of Mr. and Mrs..
bearing grudges. I are no limitations-but toward Friday evening at the Thorn a s fiance,Mansfield Capt. John Ohio Herbert Mr. Goforth of.Ocala and Mrs. Verley T. Spivey of Jackson- For the hard of hearing only

The Family Forgets the end of the first year the HoteL .Eliot, Jack Harris of 0 r I a 000. ville, 4 p., m., First Presby-

Think of it. Haven't you child's world begins to be limited Saturday noon Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Mrs.and Mrs.Ernest Ted Burch Cox and of Gainesville Golf and Coun- terian Church. Wedding sup- rr HEAR TV BETTER

said things to members 0 f as parents indicate by W. T. Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. J. try Club.FRIDAY. per for bridal party and out
tone of voice and actions that T. Donalson and Mr. and Mrs.F. Lakeland at the Burch'shome of town guests, 6 Prim- ,1l1. As a public service we are offering this TV
your family, which, if said to Lake Geneva. October 2 ; attachment to the bard of hearmz. Your TV lIfE]
a stranger, would have meant there is disapproval in the H. Hart will give a brunchfor on rose Inn by bride's parents. enjoyment cost to silt! to greatly improved at low
the irreparable end to a rela- world as well as approval.This the wedding party and out Bridesmaids luncheon Rehearsal dinner honor SATURDAY, October 3 -_ '.J The TV you.attachment win be sent prtxnpthr.!
? And haven't things is the beginning of dyna- of town guests at the Arnett feting Miss Ann Gracy, bride- ing Miss Edwinna Murphey,' Luncheon complimenting Supplies are limited available ta the hard of "It JJ \\ e
tionship hearing only, please. fill la the coupon ad // trVVGAINESVILLE
been said to you by your loved mic love. It is love which bars home. elect of Capt. John Herbert and their son, Verley J. Spi Miss Frances Jones, fianceeof mil today.
which could never the child from toddling off into I vey, 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Donald' Moore Giles of
ones you .
have accepted or forgiven from the streets to be hit by a car. I Verley T. Spivey of Jacksonville Lynchburg, Va., 12:30 p.m.,
anyone else? lt is love which limits-for Slate Thursday MeetingThe Thomas Hotel. Miss Louisa Bohannon of Orlando HEARING AID CO.---

"One of the beauties of family -love's sake. Gainesville Junior Recreation Committee, suggest Rehearsal dinner h o nor- and Gainesville, Tower '62Q N. Main St.

living," an old teacher of I As children grow older love an's Club will meet at 9:30: wom-I ing that the state buy fiance ing Miss Ann John Gracy and Herbert her House. Gainesville, Fla. $I.OO 1t
mine used to say, "is that continues to express itself by on Thursday at the the Fahkahatchee Strand for Capt. Brunch for MurpheySpivey (4.95 VALUE) i
Eliot of Mansfield Ohio Phone
members of a family forget. firm guidance. There is nothing Woman's Club, West University wilderness and outdoor recreation wedding party and. mem- vst want to bear m w better. peas send 1M a
They don't seem to dwell on more loveless than the parent Avenue.In p.m., Mrs. William G. Nick- I bers of the families, 11:30 376-0095 JV: ; fnut Mfiicft cal lave fesemd tor tile bam
the occasional unpleasantnessthe who abdicates his role as coun- purposes. las, grandmother of the bride- a.m., Mr. and Mrs. WilliamT.
way outsiders do." selor and guide, fearful to limit, addition to the regular They are also circulating"Save elect, 1014 NE Fifth Terrace. Arnett: Mr. and Mrs. Tom ADDRESS I

Perhaps that's why we say afraid to forbid, unwilling to business meeting, Howard Bishop the Fahkahatchee" peti- Reception, 4 p.m., follow- Donaldson, and Mr. and
local realtor,' will speak on tions for all interested personsto the of Miss Ann NAME
"blood is thicker than water." train. This parent sends h is ing wedding Mrs. Freeman Hart, hosts, at
It has the healing and recuper- child into the tanglewood of life "Flooding paynes Prairie. Mr. sign. Moore Gracy daughter of the Arnett home, 2105 NW CUT_ .recws. _..__-
Bishop will tell how he thinks When the state wide goal and Mrs. L. Cecil Gra-
J ative power, as though the without knowledge of the trails. Mr. Third Place. .
family itself were a living or- In the Bible's book of, Proverbs the Prairie can be preservedand 1,000 feet of signatures, is cy, and Capt. John, Herbert .
ganism. (3:12), we find "For transformed into a family reached, the Florida Federationof Eliot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
That's the bright side. But whom the Lord loveth he cor- recreation area. Women's Clubs plan to make' John Henry Eliot of Mans- 1

there is a side which is not so recteth; even as a father the Mrs. Thomas Hicks, Chair- a formal presentation of the field, Ohio, at the homeof WITH THIS
bright. Family life is strong; it son in whom he delighteth." man of the Conservation of Nat- petition to the Governor and the bride's parents, 314 NEW TUBEr
can withstand heavy assaults- "Whom the Lord loveth he cor- ural Resources Department, is State Cabinet, who form the NE Fourth Avenue.

but it is not invincible. Love recteth"-in other words correcting in charge of the program. Outdoor Recreation Council. Wedding of Miss Martha

begins at home; it can end is an act of love. Mrs. Hicks reports that her

than there,water too., yes Blood, but is there thicker can Parents Need Love department Florida Federation is 'working of Women'sClubs' on the SALE ; Motorola changes the shape

be blood clots; "familial throm- Now what about parents project" "Save the Fah-
bosis. themselves? kahatchee. I
I There is no guarantee that Are they stick figures, without The Fahkahatchee Strand, FABRIC SAMPLESValues

because we are members of a any needs or problems of the last true swamp wilderness. Up To $25.00 Per Yard of color television for good !
family, we shall go on gaily their own? east of the Mississippi River, is ;
loving one another no matter The trend in'recent years has located 40 miles from Fort Now 35 to $300 yd.CHEEK'S ,
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what. You probably know of been to stress the needs of .Myers and is within a.day'stravel .

brothers and sisters, who, as children, perhaps inordinately, from ,all. parts of Flori- What a difference
they go into adulthood, do not !and to ignore the needs of parents da.Junior i
I Womap's.Club mem- In the shape of the
even speak to one another. You almost completely. We say
certainly know of mothers and children need to feel loved, tobe bers are writing Ney C. Lan- 2222 N.W. 6th St. picture!...in the size
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fathers who have parted com- secure, to feel they belong, drum, Director of the Outdoor I x r of the cabinet!

pany for good. to have ample satisfactions and
Needs To Be NurturedNo gratifications in life. ""' You get a larger picture

the family doesn't guar- Have we forgotten that par w with this tube new 23' rectangular .

antee love; it simply providesa ents need the very same P.} (23-inches
overall diag. tube
solarium in which love can things? me&s.;
thrive-if we nurture it a bit. One father said to his teen 'S9 ty. e f 274 sq. in. picture viewing
area), with a
; Family love is more than in- age son: natural
looking shape
stinct. We do not love our "I'd like to remind you of S( ( than ordinary 21r (265
children simply because w e something, son. I'm human, in. L
sq. viewing area)
protect them, and snugglethem too, just as you are. I get very round color tube seta.

and provide for them. disappointed when things don't ___ ""' Yet cabinets are trim
The animal does that for its go my way. I certainly don't and attractive becausethe

young. It ,is biology in action. get; everything I want in the r SSRt A's i4pS. tube is approximately

And by biological experiment, world-and I pout about it, justas 9nSS 5 inches shorter than. the
even a male" animal can be you do. Sometimes I feel y t, round tube.
made to mother its young and pretty punk, and sometimes I {
See the
even try to nurse them-sim- feel pretty puzzled." If.you. fat** t'passion. .for soft shoes, I television new shape, Motorola run color
ply by injecting enough female Perhaps it would help if more I Color
with the
it.-with Naturalizer's Tourist I 23-inch
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hormone into him. And, conversely parents would let their hair rectangular tube; today
animal mothers after down, share with their
certain,neurological procedures, the common concerns youngsters and Rich calfskin airfoam cushioned lining. .flexible, sole. All part of '

have not only abandoned their needs of all humans, whether NaturalizerV' .irresistibly fresh, new walking shoe.silhouette that's slimmer, *MajMttffcMf OrM-elegant Tie sliding ttyllnty door cover TO QUALITY YOUR ENJOYMENT EXTRAS ADD OF

young but even attacked them. 14 or 40. The child who looks trimmer, lovelier. Gracefully shaped hand-finished heel. $1.499Featured the screen when not in use. Genuine MOTOROLA RECTANGULAR
mahogany solids and veneers.
Loves goes beyond biology. upon his parents as remote COLOR TV
Love asks: To what extent do creatures, all powerful, pockets tT Motorola's
i we affirm our children as people lined with money, and not a wired ch..lI l I. prtcision fAanrf.1
f ? How much ,do we respect problem in,the world, has a difficult I crafted with modern hand and
their integrity? Their individ time forming a love relationship .....-,, dip soldering for circuit connections -
t of '
uality? To what extent do we with them. One can- I reliability.

I'' help them to grow independently not love a monolith. There has I faod.123CfGtf /ndlntol Motoroti'dttlgntd fella color
; -instead of dominating and to be some human leavening. i + color program or roar color when signal a
; possessing them? If each member of the fam- 5Claask a/melkhy_ Is being' transmitted, once setwalnut
could look all the genuine mahogany or l. fine tuned.Suptrb .
These are some of the measures ily upon r n
taod It3CK4/ ra and select
I of human ability to love, others as being just as humanas hardwood solids ptrlotl anrf. eon.
i the of wtth clean,simple temporary abtnttry |Including
net and above the animals. himself, pathways guns:. several models -
Pledge to Children family love would open wide. cabinetry by Drexel to match with
In 1950 a Conference on Next: LOVE IN THE 'TEENS All tttt- tit tJl-chtnntl adaptable _t extra cost their famous furniture group.
.f Children and Youth was held (Copyright, 1964, by Howard ings. A Motorola exclusive
it the White House. It drafted Whitman) Distributed by A real slue pkea t cfoci-radfe-Turos And awry color ttt toilet
i document known as the The Register and Tribune off after you're asleep; .-. awakens you to your MotOlo.full year putt.
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.J Pledge to Children. Here are Syndicate'Ti1TMi VlaiUte clock which lights in the dark and i with free exchange or repair
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f 12 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, September 30 1964 I

-; News of Special InterestTo Love vs. MakingLoveThis THE AMffilCAN by WAY- Group Equal Gainesville Rights To Women MeetThe for

Equal Rights will hold a cov-
the Colored Community OF LOVE Howard Whitman ered-dish dinner and meetingon

Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at

( is the third article of -was what the boy wanted." In sionate interest In- the I other's grown up a little more in their Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
: News items for this page shorM *e r: "-lilted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs.
a series by Howard Whitman most cases, such girls are emo- ideas, hopes and aspirations; emotional attitudes in their abilities The business meeting, which
526 NW 8th St. by man, by at FR 65753. Do not
or phone send the Gainesville
news directly to
: Sun office. noted writer on hum- tionally upset confused, unhappy. -interchange of 'thought; respect to relate to one another; will begin at 7:30, will include

an affairs. He tells why the In a study of promiscuousgirls for the other's dignityand hence they bring more adult at- group discussions on education,

American way to love is the in San Francisco, two- worth." titudes to their physical life and job opportunity, and the medi-

, : CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS odist Church of which her father Veronica Woodard, Pam Ellis key to our future as individ- thirds had unpleasant feelings "What about physical rela- their satisfactions are deeper. cal survey report.

: Bartley MethodistUshers' f Rev. W. M. Vela, "is pastor.C. Harvey L. Herd, Carmen Ellis, uals, and points the way to about their experiences rang- tions?" a student asked. Psychiatrists generally feel Members may bring guests.

Temple S. Wesley of Tampa, was Gregory Brown, Janic Ellis, a happier way of life. Thirdin ing from indifference to shame that if a couple's personality ad-
: Board No. 1 will hold A Mental Attitude
.. at Williston recently visiting William Cleveland, GwendolynEllis a Series) and guilt. justment is good they will do RICE
its meeting today at 8 pm. with relatives and friends. Alvin Cleveland a mes Professor Hoffer replied: their best to adjust sexually.But .i the last handful of rice
: Business of importance will be SEX AND THE LOVERELATIONSHIP Let's face it. Love and sex, has been tossed at newlyweds, a
Mrs. Sadie Brown, of Perry, Brown, Anthony Cleveland, "While in popular thought the if their personality adjust-
;discussed will are, of course, related. Sex is a has been
Transportation spent the weekend at Williston Miss Hortense Clark, Miss physical relation is assumed to ment is not good they tend to very ancient custom
be provided by calling Fr. 2- God-given mode of expressionof before there were
visiting with relatives. Pearl Brown and 15 adults. In an old Clark Gable movie possess the greatest degree of magnify and exaggerate their satisfied. Long
3183. James C. Watson president love between man and wife. Ii of kind to provide
Raleigh, Wallace Sr., J. R. Gene Tierney, as a Russian ballerina intimacy and while this in one sex problems. any
But sex can also be a cheap and hallowed rite of
Strain, Mrs. Ida Simmons, Mrs. looks up at Gable with sense may be true, I, wish to Expresses PersonalityDr. I settings for the
Mt. NAACP MEETING form of of used in
Carmel Baptist-Y o u t h Hattie Primos Mrs. Susie Wa- SET tawdry exploitation marriage, grain was
and asks stress that the
saucer eyes "Y a u intimacy may Robert W. Laidlaw, al
individual another. It
Forum today, 7:30 p.m., and one by ceremonies to invoke fertility.
ters and Mrs. Hortense Morris '
The National have loved ? occur in a congenial
Associaton for many conversa- American
president of the -
also the Choirs will have their can be the commercial use of
rehearsal all of Williston motored to the Advancement of Colored Gable, in the role of an American individual another tion, looking at a sunset together Association of Marriage I
8 Teachers'Meeting 'I. one by as :
Thursday 7:30 Tampa last Sunday and visited People will hold its meeting on correspondent, clippedly in prostitution. It can be crime, partaking of a meal. The Counselors, said to me, "s e x

and also Business, Meeting pjn.8p.m. ; Mrs. L. A. Williams, who is ill the ground_flc of the Mt. Car replies, "Made love, sure. Lov- as in rape. sense of intimacy ,does not may appear on the surface as!

in a hospital there. Mrs. Bes- mel Baptist Church today at 8 ed-none." arise from mere physical con- a major cause of marriage fail-s!
and the choirs will .
have their rehearsal Friday again sie Mae Wesley, reporter. Glib as it sounds, the distinction Thus if the sex act alone is tact.. It "is mental rather than ure. But this is usually not the
pjn.This considered, we are nowhere. physical. The An Extra
relationship se.
love and sex per
between 'makinglove"
8 pm., Rev. T. A. Wright, pas- promises to be a very
The same act can be a sacred In marriage is but failure out of
sex one marriage grows
tor; Mrs. Esther W, Hamm, STARKE NEWS interesting meeting, and the is all tangled up in our
reporter. Association Closes members and also interested time.A expression of love, or it can bea of many relationships. But it a personality difficulty betweenthe
sordid crime. It is not the mirrors all the rest. Take this two people which is reflected -
Friendship Baptist-S u n day The Mt. Sinai Baptist Associ- friends are urged to be present -I European sociologist said
School, 9:30 a.m.; morning ation that began Sept. 24 at the on return from a visit to the act which counts, but the case from the files of the Fam- in poor sexual adjustment I Vacation

worship, 11 a.m.; and evening Mt. Bethel Baptist Church here United States "The American I meaning. The meaning determ-, ily Service of Los Angeles: but not caused by it." I

worship, 7 pjn. Rev. D. E. came to a close on Sept. 27 and knows everything about sex ines whether the partners are I A man and wife came in for Sex is an expression of the :
making love or un-love. childish :
White, pastor. was very successful. Rev. G. but nothing about love. because personality. a per-'
counseling weren'tgetting
About The late James Thurber lamented Intimacy the Essence they sonality, which is oriented to'
Pilgrim Rest Church of Christ G. McArthur, moderator. along. They said noth- !
I that "Americans are Take a young married couple taking from others rather than By Ship
in Unity-Sunday School, 10 ing to their counselor about sex-
a.m.; and afternoon worship brought up without being ableto who deeply love one another. -ual dissatisfaction but instead giving, sex also will be so ori-
SLATES MEETINGThe tell love from sex, lust, By their sex relationship in ented. It will be self-centered, :i
3:30 Elder Rufus Armstrong
t p.m. told of their domestic
pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall Floral Court Lodge and i PeopleMiss Snow White or Ever After," marriage they express their The husband woes. directed toward the exploitation -' Time to relax have fun
reporter. Ushers' Board of Lodge No. and that "we encourage mar- love. But the same couple had was overdemand- and use of the partner. In and arrive refreshed.
113 will meet jointly Sept. 30, today riage as a kind of tranquilizing -declined to partake of sex be- ing. The wife was inadequate as the adult personality, sex is
Spring Baptist-S u nday at 8 p.m. at the home of Bessie Glover and her drug." fore their wedding day. They a manager. They had little to associated with giving and '.tMMft tvtu

, School 11, 10 ajn.and; morning wor- Mrs. Carrie Pyles, of 403 S.W. sister, Mrs. Grace Burnett of In' the French idiom sex is I felt postponement would be to communicate to one another. sharing. It thus 'becomes mutual $ :e .
ship, a.m.; evening wor- 7th Avenue. the best interests, not only of When they did communicate, it an expression of love.
described love.
Jacksonville as "making
) ship, 6 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis returned recent- WORLD ; \
was mainly bickering and fault-
This will be the final meet morality, but of one another'sintegrity IELI
But that is not the entire story.A .
pastor; Mrs. Cather i n e Mc- ly from Augusta, Ga., where finding.- Next: FAMILY LOVEISN'T l.UU II
Gull ing because there will not be a great deal of sex could more personality, and fu- EASY ,
reporter. they attended the funeral of TRAVELSERVICE
meeting in October. happiness.Thus
be described
accurately as Patiently over several weeks (Copyright, 1964, by Howard S
The dues, fines, taxes and their sisterinlaw.Irs.. The- "making un-love." This is sex out of love, they post- they ventilated their grievances Whitman) I I

SPECIAL NOTICE grand union fees are to be paid odosia Dodge Glover. activity motivated' by poned sex before marriage and and worked through the Distributed by The Registerand
The Woman's Home Missi o n during the meeting. the desire for kicks, conquests, partook of it in marriage. Love kinks in their partnership. They Tribune Syndicate 808 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4641

Society of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Mrs. Glover, widow of Al- self-gratification no deep was the meaning, both i in the got to appreciate one anotheras

i Church will meet in the din- IMPROVES bert Elfe Glover Jr., died feeling for the partner and in act, and in the denial of it. fellow human beings with

ing room of the church today at Thomas Williams who was in Lansdale, Pa., at the homeof some cases little concern over The essence of love is intim- the usual potpourri of problems. For the hard of hearing only

6:30: p.m. Mrs. Florida Corwell in the Alachua General her daughter, Mrs. Halver whether the partner may be acy. This means the closeness They began to get along much

will serve as hostess. Mrs. ailing Van Dame, with whom she harmed by the experience.Much which makes two hearts beatas better. One day, weeks later, HEAR TV BETTER
Hospital, has been returned to ff
Gladys Williams, president.PTA made her home. She had visit- "Un-love" one, one mind almost sup- the wife walked in for a chat
his home and Is
was reported as !
somewhat improved.CONVALESCING ed here in Gainesville many ernaturally conscious of another with the family service coun :.-. III As attachment a public to service the hard we are of hearing.offering Your this TV TV Itll]I Il :

MEETING times when her daughter Much of sex today, not onlyin mind, one set of emotions so selor. In the course of it she i enjoyment cost to you.will be greatly improved at low

t There will be a ParentTeacher Mary lived with Miss Glover private lives but on the pub- tuned to and responsive to an- casually remarked, "By the: =::::: -J The TV attachment will be sent promptly.

Association a c q uaintance and was a graduate studentat lic screens and printed pages other set of emotions that feel- way, our sex relationship is so i hearing Supplies only are limited please., available Fill in the to coupoa the: hard and of
meeting at the Bell's Nurs cry Mr. Times of N.W. 10th ti-e University of Florida. has not a trace of love. It ings are intermingled if not much better." mail today. IfGAINESVILLE

School on Friday, Oct. 2, at 8 Street, who is a patient in the springs from no deep relation- fused. Someone once said thatif They Grow Up

L I Veteran's Hospital at Lake City, ship between the individuals there is a hole in a n other
pjn.There The counselor, in reviewing 1 AID CO-
r will be a cake sale Saturday has returned to his home and i iI involved; it respects neither the person's shoe and your foot is HEARING
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson the case, said to me, "T h a t's i
I morning at the school. fine. honor and of the cold that is love. In the ulti-
I was reported as doing attended integrity part- the way it usually is. Couples : 62C. N. Main Sf.
Your cooperation is aswed. If Mrs. Alberta Tillman who is the annual con- ner nor the standards of socie- mate achievement of love, inti- who '
aren't Flo.
don't'mention Gainesville
getting along ,
interested call FR 23838. ill, was reported as much improved vention of the Florida Pro- ty; it has never heard of mor- macy becomes unity: the "one sex as a problem. At ($4.95 VALUE)

I All parents and interested She is a member of Mt. fessional Photographers Asso- ality; it is not concerned either -flesh" of husband and wife referred -least not at first. But when Phone- Yes I want to hear my TV better. Pleat send IM a

friends are asked to attend the Pleasant Methodist Church. ciation at the Cherry Plaza with the practical consequences -. to in the Bible. their total relationship has improved 376-0095 TV of hearing.attachment which you lave useml< far tt. Hard

meeting. : nor the impact upon the per- Sex in marriage is a physical -
hotel in Orlando ever the they tell us-and they-
sonality or the future happinessof expression of this intimacy.But ADDRESS
FETED AT PARTY weekend. Mr. Anderson, new- r'e quite happy and vibrant
the It is "un- without of the
partner. strictly intimacy
ly-elected v f c e-president of it that they're so much .NAME
Women's Day of the Mt. Car- Little Dale Aubrey Williamswas the association, was presentedan love. mind, the emotions, and the more attracted to each other'
I mel Baptist Church has been honored with a party cele- attache case in recogni- Often there is no giving, or spirit, mere physical intimacyis physically." CITY PHOIIEJ ..

set for Sunday, Oct. 11. brating his 7th birthday Sept. 13 tion of his work as secretary- even sharing only taking. an animal biologic process.In What's happened is they've
An interesting speaker has at Bell's Nursery School by treasurer last ,Studies of promiscuous a class on courtship and
been chosen, whose name will his parents.He year. 'girls have repeatedly shown marriage at the University of

be given later. Mrs. Earline received many useful gifts. 'hat they engaged in sex activities Virginia, the late Prof. FrankW.

Harper, chairman of the program The little folk enjoyed cake and in a merchandising way Hoffer was asked to define WITH THIS NEW TUBE
committee; Mrs. Affie M. ice cream. ChurchCircles (in return for gifts of jewelryor intimacy. He replied: "Intim-

Wright, acting pastor; Mrs. Jeri The guests were as follows: silk stockings, or to be popular acy involves an integrating and J

Taylor, reporter for Worn e n's Wilbur R. James Tyrone Har- ) or simply "because that meshing of personalities; a pas- \

Day; Rev. T. A. Wright, pas- ris, Len Epps, Rosemary I

tor; Mrs. Esther Hamm James, Carmen Dukes, Renee

church reporter. Wheaton, Leslie Joyce J a m es, SALE 1: Motorola changes the shape

Eugene Wheaton, M e 1 v i n I II
BUSINESS MEETING James. John Dukes Jr. Carl A. TODAY 29 I
September FABRIC SAMPLESValues Ii
There will be a business meeting James, Frederick Daniels III, ;
at the Mt. Moriah Bapt i s t Dresden Hayes, Victor Cohens, Women of the First Presby- Up To $25.00 Per Yard i of color television for good !
terian Church Annual D i
Church n-
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Paula Hill, Robin Griffin, Jac-
Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor; queline Johnson Martha Davis, ner Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Fel- Now 35* to $300 yd.CHEEK'S .

Miss Willa D. Foxworth reporter. Precilla DeBose, Centha War- lowship Hall.University. ,

ren, Lynn Jackson, Evette Carter Methodist What a difference-

: Sylvin Crawford, Joyce Church, Women's 'Society of 55- in the shape,of the

PERSONALSMrs. Carter, Charles McKnight III, Christian Service, 8 p. m., I 2222 N.W. 6th St. r picture! ..in the size
Margaret Seabrooks of Margaret Carter, Leroy Young
Rochester, N. Y., was at Willis- Frazier Green, Carolyn Carter, .I of the cabinet!

ton last Sunday and attended Janet Bowles, Jewel Adkins, You get a larger picture

services at the Ebenezer Meth- Verdel Bowles Janet J a m es, t t with this new 23' rectangular .

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f y f\ ] m iSAf SKSSm' -' v 274 sq. in. picture meas.j view.

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I Realizing that school is back These be used S
may separatein ; ,; See the new shape in.color
in session again the typical or combined with cream If.you hare ft passion for soft shoes, television, Motorola

mother has a task to perform cheese, apple sauce, lemon, it with Naturalizer's Tourist Color TV with the23-ineh
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ture vapor resistant wrap, Also the whites of hard cooked color program or color signal
you can extend this period to eggs become tough. Clinic llmplicilr is being transmitted once set
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sliced cheese, cheese spreads spoil rapidly'aft antes on all tubes and ,
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Wednesday, September 30, 1954 Gainesville Sun 11

in 1980: SWIFT'S PREMIUM Short Shank Smoked (whole or half hams lb. 45)

Over 100,000? r 4 to 6lb. avg. f fShank

HAM Portion

By ANN CARTER bright, decorative awnings;
Gainesville, now at 54,000 and landscaping the sidewalks. LD. 4i
population, will more than double Shop owners would pay for sills Iii
that figure by 1980, David improvements on their stores,
F Godschalk, city planning direc- and the city would pay for in- 'i 111rr'ir
tor, said yesterday at the stalling brick planter boxes and ; SPARE
Lean' Meat Small Western Pork
Gainesville Lions Club meeting. benches along the sidewalk. ,
Godschalk sees increasing Godschalk said estimates for
movement to urban areas as a the city financed landscapingwould
nationwide trend which needsto be about $3,000 excluding == a
labor costs, for the four blocks
be offset by planning on an IBSSUPERRIGHT' ecue49c
official city level. facing the courthouse.He ar
expects that one, maybetwo
"In 40 years we will need to
block projects will b e SUPER RIGHT SMOKED 4-oz. PKG.
build the cities of the United
started by Christmas; the
States over again," Godschalk north block, Pat Parker Shopto Chipped Beef 3 for 79c '
said. "Elected officials should :JC
Wilson's Store, : i

major streets, parks, industryand probably Slides were will be shown first.to illustrate Franks 39c Crab Patties 35c "&bI PLAID !I
residential areas." Dinners i 1 n-oz. Pkg. 49c . 12-oz. Pkg. 6oz. Pkg.
some of the ideas being r.v STAMPS

Facelift"major, one planning of Godschalk'sfirst tasks Park Kalamazoo, Fla.,, both Mich.having and Winter under Beef. . 3 lb. Pkg. $1.35 Pizzas. 12V-oz. Pkg. 49c Shrimp. 2 IB. BOX $1.59 I.; With Our'This Own Coupon-and 3-oz.Purchase Jor of I st

since taking over the job i n gone downtown renewal, show Instant Tea . 69c Ii Iiill ;!
March, is to make ,
designed the ed greater convenience and Zone 1 lax 10-3-M
four blocks surrounding the comfort for shoppers. :.'.. Coupon Good Through Sat., Oct. :3 r
county courthouse more appeal- Plans for Operation Facelift 1; ?* H ..-- !
ing to shoppers. were drawn with the help o f Save 47 JANE PARKER Freshly Baked Delicious'v,,
1 Improvements would consist four achitectural firms in town mllf PIi-Mtm
l of repainting the buildings with who had donated their services 1-Lb. 50 Extra
harmonizing colors, putting up to the city, Godschalk said. I at
Pie 3 8-oz. SIOO Plaid SUrul
Pies :
With This Coupon and Purchase :1
CofC Vice-Pres. 11 Mel-0-Bit American, Pemento
II -- 12-oz. Pkg.
Sliced Cheese 49c. =-ri
l Special I' LIBBY Yellow Cling HalvesPeaches I Zone 1. Jax. 1 -3-64 ri I
t' Coupon Good Through Sat., Oct.:1:

'-'jTo Speak Here 1-Lb.'

4 11 : ;. 99c r gCans
The U. S. Chamber of Commerce Bank of Daytona and Daytona Extra
j vice president will b e Beach Shores; vice presidentof Plaid .,
i guest speaker Thursday at 7 the Exchange Bank at Holly Stamp
I o'clock at the Gainesville Hill; president of Comco, Inc. With This Coupon and Purchase of

1 banquet.The Chamber. at the Gainesville of Daytona vice president Beach of and Nameloc executive -, Our Every Day Low Price! Colored I MARGARINE. It it Grape Ann Page Jelley I Pure, -. .12-oz.. 27c Jar :
Zone 1 Jax. 10-3-64
banquet will be held at Coupon Good Through Sat., Oct.:1: *
the University of Florida Stu- Inc.Tickets for Thursday's ban 1-Lb. lit
dent Service Center. quet are on sale at the CofC c Jd
office N ut I 2 Pk 9 s. 27 ./.liiii 1iYi1iiJ!
Henry C. Coleman, U.S. CofC for $4. ey (Solids) _
official and chairman of the The program includes Coleman's m li._,..'1i1-&J Ell
Commercial Bank of Daytona talk and recognition of
Beach board of directors, will local community leaders by the r'1' 25 Extra .
be featured speaker., CofC directors. DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE Plaid Stawi :3
He is a graduate of Clem- I Joe Willcox, CofC vice !
son College and Cornell University I president, will present the citizen JljiCe 1-qt. 14oz.Can 43C psis With This Coupon and Purchase of #
He has served as presi- : awards and President Bill jjK Ann Page- 1to.., 2-oz. Jar [II
dent of the Florida State i Combs will preside at the SPECIAL: JANE PARKER FRESH CRISP Garden Relish 39c3
Chamber Commerce for two meeting. I :s 49'"i Coupon Zone Good 1.Through Jax 10-3-64 Sat.. Oct. 3 fM' !
1 K years and his business back- Special! None Better at Any Price White House Potato Chips 1.lb BOX -J ,. !!!
Dine-Out "ii t-it-.iiVJiil
ground also includes teaching, JI
oil distributor, statistician and SPECIAL: JANE PARKER GOLDEN CINNAMON OR
Foods In

banker.board Coleman of the is chairman Peninsula of State the CARRYOUT E VA P MILK Sugared Donuts Box of 12 1ge


Family Needs I :< Cheddar Cheese pound 53c

r AfterNewberry A&P PEACH PINEAPPLE AND APRICOT Plaid Stamps
E Help BOXES i .TSd $100or.
3 79c
Fire Preserves lb. Jar WITH THE PURCHASE OF

I The Gainesville Red Cross
office has issued an appeal for .r . . .. Dozen 37c Worthmore Spice Drops /41 -lb. Pkg. 33c
furniture for a burned out fam Shriwp \
ily in Newberry. A&P YELLOW Worthmore Gum Drops 1 '/ -lb. Pkg. 33c

stove Mrs., bed Mary furnishings Medlin said and a \ Scallops \ :::: : .:r Pop Corn . 2 lb. Bog 25c Worthmore Orange Slices /i-lb.. Pkg. 33c

chairs are needed for the Ed DEEP >EA m: SOYe Fx'S-vi
ward Taylor family whose Trdut i :a.: :. JOc A6P Pure ANN PAGE Worthmore Gum Slices 1 / -lb. Pkg. 33c

house was partially burned last j instant Ketchup. 3 14-oz. Bottles 49c Worthmore

weekend.Mrs. :Medlin asked donors to ] OystLobster lersFlomder C 0 <::::::::::::::::::: ANN PAGE MUSHROOM Lko'N: I'/i-lb. : 33c
j- contact Mrs. Albert Jones in F R "
Newberry here. or the Red Cross office TAILS FEE SOUP 2 1O'/2-oz. Cans 33C

State DEV LED 6
Loyalty -'
Crabs I Jumbo :r ; : :. Grapes . 2 IDS. 25cJfL
Is Demanded CHJ CKEN j ,
I LiversFrog J JJ 0%. $ 29L ";;ALL PURPOSE JONATHON
WARSAW, Poland (AP) 4 A lfte A
CHICK:N I 65 4 Ib. Bag JVC
The ruling Communist party Gizzards I Ii ,
says loyalty to the state from *:&*$
the Roman Catholic priesthoodis
a basic condition of the kind \ Legs \ Pears. .2 i 29c

reached of church-state. in Communist accord recently Hungary Mullet I it l' W.f. f: Mb$::: "

The statement in Communist Sea o dCOMBI LARGE SNOBALLWEBSTERS
party paper Trybuna Ludu ac- A7IIONS I Assemble It Yourself
} cused the Catholic Church hier- HELBROS
archy of disobeying laws and CAULIFLOWER Head 29C
regulations and using medieval Mens or Ladies
methods on unbelievers. It said New Twentieth CenturyDICTIONARY
the Polish government "de WRISTWATCHES
mands the observance of the .
elementary principles of loyalty I .
correctness and order toward Lb.19C
the state and its legal and i Section 'r:

constitutional principles." Only . C $1C95 ;:,., Prices In This Ad Are Good
STATE BATTLES FLOWERS I Only I :::5 Jaw Only Plaif StampS Through Sunday. October 3
GOODLAND, Kan. (AP) MISSeafood ection
The Kansas state flower is getting 2.16i 69c Plus To* %&. Get Fine Gifts Faster 601 SW 2nd Ave.

in the of modern recre- INC
way Only And 39.95 in A&P Cash Register : 111E GaEAT ATIANTIC PACIFIC TEA COMPANY. CLOSE MON. THRU
ation. i VOLUME NOW ON SALE T ape s. WED 7 P.M.
The Kansas Forestry, Fish .

and sunflowers Game were Commission blocking reports the ........:.:.:::::::::::::.:.;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;Mt;;;;;m11;;;;;;;;;; ; ;:;:::::::::::.:.:........ ..! 1 Y CLOSE FRI.THURS.8 P.M.: &

channel to a new state lake and CLOSE SAT. 7 P.M.
obstructing water flow. GAINESVILLE.309 ft.1v.13th ST.
The commission ordered the PHONE 372-t31l
flowers destroyed. DETERGENT MARCAL FACIAL

..; 2 1 I-lb. Cons '3Se 2 7-oz. Pkgs. 2ge 1 Quart 8ge 22-oz_ 6Se 1 Pint 41 e COFFrL1 1 1-lb.HOUSE 1 con 89c

AWAKE 9oz. can 39c:
< rx* ;y. Wesson Oil 24-oz. hot. 43c
Orange Delight 5 for 89c
JOe Off
35e 8Se, '26c' 4-lb. l-oz. $1 1.39 69c STARLAC
1S-0 Size 33-oz. 2O-0L<> 7c off 3-1b. 7-oz. I Instant Milk I 12-qt. size 99 cHILLS
Dog Food 14-oz. can 2/47c

: ___ Dishwater II AII'I FLUFFY II ALL" .Cold Wafer I Alii ALL Pop Corn Dog HILLS Food BEEF 15-oz.& GRAVY can 2/35c

I-lb. 4oz. 4Se 3-lb. 81 C 3 Quarts $2.69 3lb. 4.oz. 81 C 2 lb. Bog 25c Dog HILLS Food 14-oz.16% PROTEIN can 2/53c

Dog Food 14-oz. can 237cG'ville -


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!t r Calendar Of Events I II Harrison-Austin Nuptials Read I I Learn Public, Speaking{...

TODAY, September 30 Lunch, Noon, UF Faculty Develop Poise and Self-Confidence *
Club. Develop a Pleasing Personality ;J
University of Florida New Miss Madora Ann Austin and suit, matching accessories and ane Austin and Miss Kathy
I comers Coffee, 10 a.m. and 8pjn. FRIDAY, October 2 i Willard Bill Harrison were married had a corsage of white orchids. Sr.The bride's table was laid Poole. Enjoy the ability.to present. your side of the story -:
; .. University Women'sClubhouse United Church Women, on September 26 at the Miss Barbara Donalds o n, with an acru Madeira cut work After a wedding trip to South any.place, under.any.condition. \
North Central Baptist Church maid of honor, wore are d tablecloth and centered by the Florida, the newlyweds will; COURSE TAUGHT BY
Road. election of officers 9:30 a.m.
, Newberry with Rev. N. B. Langford offi- dress, and a corsage of white wedding cake.Serving --Ire their home in Gaines,
and 7:30: p.m., Holy Trinity i I INSTRUCTOR WITH BS DEGREEand
Gainesville Bridge Club Episcopal Church. ciating for the double ring cere- orchids. wedding cake were ville. I
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. mony. Tom Bloodworth served as Mrs. Tom Bloodworth and Mrs. 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Junior Assembly "Frontier The altar was decorated with best man. Ushers were Jim John Menzer. Punch was pour UCW To Elect I Satisfy Yourself Call 376.7724
University City Bridge Frolics" 8 to 10:30 p. m., Baskets of pink gladioli carna Sanders Jr. and Duane Hontz. ed by Mrs. Duane Houtz and New Officers FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION
Club, 7:30 Weed Hall, Gainesville Woman's Club.
p.m. tions and chrysanthemums. The bride's mother choose a Mrs. Rudy Johnson. United Church I
in the
107 NW 15th Terrace. Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 Nuptial music was presentedby beige silk dress and a corsageof The bride's book was keptby Gainesville area have slated i, Thursday, Oct. 1st 7 to 9 p.m.
THURSDAY, October 1 a.m., Holiday Inn. Roy Wolf organist.The yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Diane Austin and Miss two meetings at 9:30: a.m. and i i
SATURDAY, October 3 bride, daughter of Mrs. Following the ceremony a reception -Kathy Poole, and rice bags were 3:30 p.b. on Friday at the Holy!! HOTEL THOMASCorner
University Women's Club, \nn Allen of Magnolia Miss., was given at the homeof distributed by Miss Karen Trinity Episcopal Church. Election -i N.E. 6th Ave. and N.E. 2nd St.
Evening bridge, 8 p.m., University UF Dames Tea, 3:30 to wore an electra blue light wool Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sanders Poole, Miss Gail Jobe, MissJ Di-_ of officers will be held. !i --..
Women's Club, New- 5:30: p.m. Mrs. J. Wayne --- _.
berry Road.Gainesville. Wayne Reitz, wife of the Uni- OPEN :'
versity of Florida President.
C hap ter 44, UF Faculty Club fall social TIL
OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Tem- 8:30: to 12:30 p.m., clubhouse r f +tl; 9THURSDAY. f
., / pie. West Newberry Road. 1j4LflVP 90th c ,, .,

i t University of Florida Faculty SATURDAY, October 3 ,: FRIDAY & ..
f Club, Buffet Dinner, 6 to 8 Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae MONDAY
p.m., U. F. Faculty Gub.Mothers' Club Founders' Day Luncheon NIGHTS :
12:30: Holiday Inn.
p.m. : :
Club of Universi-
Reitz wife of the University I '''
Worn n's Club, 10 ,., : .
versity e .. '
J President hostess, 2501 West IMd Blur {?e :wr n : { xr Yti..ai ..:
a.m., Mrs. H. J. Babers, 206 University Avenue. I ..
SE 1st Avenue.Gainesville I'1'

Club, Coffee, 9:15 Junior a.m.Woman's, Meet LET'S .
/ ing, 9:30 a.m., Gainesville !II' .

October 1 '
"'" Waldo Junior High School .:\ PATE; / z j :'. ONCE-A-SEASON

I PTA, 7:30 pjn., Waldo Junior .. / / .
High School, William S. 'I 3P) f" tq:i JUST ARRIVED! / MILLINERY
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(Tiny) Talbot, guest speaker. :: .
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'14 Gainesville Sun Wednes lay,Seph:.30. 1954 \1.

:: =. State Outfits s ,. EIGHTH! JUDICIAL ORCtijT. IN ,

THE OBSritVER .; .. :::., ;;;:., : : ANBTOR: HA ALACHUA Y COUNTY : .
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Dead1 o/l/ a TALLAHASSEE (APThe : ... .. >, :.ti .,,.)
The Birds Is TO: ROLAND D. > -1- <:or' 'r '
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College -
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khaki uniform of Florida's 'w""
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t You are hereby ;
,,' :If. game wardens is on the way out been filed by <

I' and a new, two-tone one is coming In Florida the circuit her y

in.The. that the relief I
NtlU lurk mtmt s I four in a row to Kansas City. Mr. Barber was no'longer serv Once again Mr Brandt began This is therefore
new uniforms include ,a file your written 34 months to pay it our
When the Birds .rally for two ing his famous ball to bat with
BALTIMORE-There' s n o up gopher coming two men on bottle with tan on or before the prkes. Furniture Manu-
in the eighth, he cannot exult, to Mr. Colavito. and hitting into twin killings. green jacket A.D. 19M, and House South Main
joy left in Birdsville. The Orioles shoulder straps, ,,tan' shirt with on or before the 10:7:1 13th St.
is dead. Stong men groanin for he knows that Mr. Steve I Surely, it seemed, miraclesdid Once again Mr. Barber began shoulder straps and bottle A. D. 164, serve
their beer and cabbies gnash Barber will serve up his famous happen, happy endings were. serving up his famous gopher trousers with tan I Southeast First any.

teeth. The strippers grind gopher ball to Mr. Rocky Cola. I.possible, life could be beautiful -I.ball to Mr. Colavito. Stricken stripes.green legl mediately ida attorney for
the is vito with, two men on'in the In head-to-head combat, the Birds fans watched .hypnotized 1 in my office.
but snap gone !
ever with either of the
and as along Bolton Street where ninth. Birds beat the Yankees, win as their most fatalistic expec-I The uniforms will be worn by confesso will be. i-.

the seemly people live, the unseemly Knowledge of these inevitabilities ning 10 of their 18 matches. tations came to pass. wildlife officers, regional managers cording Witness to my law. .

night whooping that was has eaten into his marrow. I Surely, it seemed, you could Suddenly, they knew again, information officers and cuit.A.D.1l61.Court., this / : 4 -:'" ':. .7 -.i t-' '; '

heard through the summer is They have always happened in !fight city hall, the system and that Mr. Orsino, the catcher'l office receptionists. The uniforms J. B.

heard no more. the past and will always happenin the- New York Yankees. would lose the ball are wash-and-wear mate- Clerk of

the future. They are as cen-: The revelation was as cruelas ner on third, and Mr. Orsino rial and each employe was provided (COURT BY:SEAL EMILY) !

Now that the dream is ended tain as rain on an outing, as life. Needing only a stand did. Once again they knew that with six complete uni. BARTON &
with the customary predictable as the certainty that off against the shoddier teamsof Mr. Norm Siebern would come forms. Attorneys for

triumph, the Baltimore baseball the guy who smashed into your the league, the Birds suddenly to bat in the clutch, and Mr. Gainesville 212 $. E. First Florida I

fan is struggling to restore his new car will be uninsured.This resumed playing like Birds. Siebern did, and once again ALACHUA IN THE COUNTY COUNTY. JUDGE'S COURT, (3617) fad. 23 30;

natural coating of protective f a- Birds While the Yankees the fans knew that Mr. Siebern STATE OF FLORIDA.
however were mur- ".
year, i ti
"We knew we c o u 1 d -
talism. doting the would whiff, and Mr. Siebern
fans dropped their guard. Not rinkydinks, the rin- Estate of
never beat the Yankees, They whiffed.It WALDOFF PETERSON Deceased '
of quickly, mind you. They refusedto began murdering the The State of Florida To A-l Persons ,
say. And then, with a touch Ori Birds. I conclusion but Interested in the Estate of said Decedent
will be impressed when the was ghastly :
bitterness, "Nobody" oles started fast and even by I Against Bird hitters, pitchers' fans may never surrender to instrument You are hereby notified that a written 1k
beat the Yankees. purporting to be the Last Will
July when the Birds held first ,who had never been heard of dreams again. And what is base- and Testament of said decedent his been i

fate to be a said it wouldn't their home ball for if it merely rubs admitted to probate in said Court. .' .
It is a hard place everybody iin own towns seem-, your You are hereby commanded w>;ihin six football : : '
Birds fan. It is_too muck like last. By August, however, the ed as formidable as Mr. Sandy nose in ugly reality and leaves calendar months from the date of the meansNow .,.. .
I first publication of this mike to appearin
life. Sport should give the fan town surrendered. Koufax. The terrible truth bet you convinced that you can't! said Court and show cause. If any : x ,, ..

an escape from life, but a Birds Suddenly, it was the Yankees a m e apparent one dreadful fight city hall, the system and you admitting can. why said the Will action to of probate said Court should In

fan is a fan condemned foreverto who were dropping four in a 'night in late summer when a the' New York Yankees? not stand unrevoked. '. .
face the realities of death row It was the Birds who were child named Blue Moon Odum There is no joy left in Birds HARRY MCDONALD. =
and taxes, to be reminded yearafter rallying with three in the ninth. limited the Birds to two scratch: ville, but only an awful aware-I I County Alachua Judge County, Florida.

year that dreams do not'Mr. Jackie Brandt was comingto hits. ness of death and taxes. ((3614)SEAL fad) ':23 9:30; 10:7

come true, that there are no bat with two men on and no
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happy endings and that you longer hitting into twin,killings. -

can't fight city hall, the system

and the New York Yankees. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .
The problem is that the Birds re: Estate of '. :
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too good. In reasonable >
are any
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win To All and Persons Having '' O- .' ,
world, they should an occasional Creditors t :\:: -
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: 1'" '
pennant but the Baltimore You and each of you ,re heteby notified } ';
fan knows in his soul that and required to present any claims
and demands which you or either of
they never will. Over the years you may have against the estate of n _
Ledgie Mae Stoddard, deceased. late of :;."-.. 7'
be has built elaborate defenses said County to the County Judge of
the Orioles knowingthat Alachua County, Florida. at his office : \
against in the court house of laid County at '
if he succumbs to them he Gainesville Florida within six calendar
months from the time of the first publication -
is sure to have his heart broken. ef this notice. Each claim or demand
He is fatalist. He )knows if shall be in writing and shall)
a shate the place ef residence and post B tter Sunbeam
the Birds take three straight office address of the claimant and shall r Whipped
be sworn to by the claimant his agent
from the they dropIN his attorney not so and filed any shall such be claim void. or demand ,

administrator of the Estate Of .
IN PROBATE.In .4 ;fk
re: Estate of Ledgie Mae Stoddard. deceased
,Waldoff Peterson (3619) ':16. 23 30; 10:7 :
Deceased. .
To All Creditors and Persons Having i.
Claims or Demands against Said Estate: f
You and each of you are hereby notIfied l is Baked with
to present any claims and demands
which you. or either of you. may have "
against the estate of Waldoff Peterson,
deceased late of said County to the
County Judge of Alachua County. Florida
at his office In the court house of
said County at Gainesville. Florida, within
six calendar months from the time of
the first publication of this noiice Each
claim or demand shall be In writing,
and shall state the place of residenceand
post office address ef the claimant
and shall ge sworn to by the claimant: 100 % Vegetable. Oil Shortenin
his agent his attorney and my such

claim be void.M or RUBY demand PETERSON not so, fled shall

As executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Waldorf Peterson HURRICANEWARNING
deceased .
P. O. Box 3W.
Attorneys for Executrix
(3613) *:!*, 13, 30; 10:7

AND FOR ALACHUA, COUN ff. .The season for hurricanes
IN CHANCERY. lie here. Heavy reins and
DIVORCE hurricane winds cause a I
REATHEA MAE VICKERS. W of damage. Home owners
Plaintiff.BOSTON .
CM prepare ty celling)
ys. Florid Pest Control's tree surgeons x .
Defendant. I UP. This Includes.* complete In- gy'VOm
NOTICE TO SERVE ANSWER 1 spedlea of your property tor ; tJti
AND OTHER PLEADINGS limbs er trees that are weak or
JO: Boston Vickerj Jr., whose addressIs rotteiu and recommendations for i
511 Allen Street. Baxley. Georgia the prevention of unnecessary .
You are hereby notified that a Complaint damage. There U no charge for :y::.: o. i ;: I iQtly
this service. Put your confident
been in this
has filed Court
against you by Reathea Mu Vickers. In FPC we "
,wherein she seeks a divorce and you are carry complete Insurance
.hereby required to file your written defense coverage ffr your prates
to the Complaint with the Clerk )tool. j
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':ethe Circuit Court. Alachua County.
,Florida, and to serve a copy of said :< r 1
written defense upon the Plaintiffs at FREE INSPECTION a
torney. P. W. Thompson. Post Office ESTIMATISACMMCAtCO.
.Box 231. Gainesville Florida on or before
October 15, 1964. Herein fail not. )
else a Decree Pro Confeso will be en ,. ':
tered against you. It Is further ordered ,
that this notice be published I 1STq
once each week for four consecu-
'tive weeks prior to the return dale herein ONTIOL >Q va, ..X,: .:, '
to the Gainesville Sun. a newspaper Yi.Ayv.
published In Gainesville Alachua .
County Florida. ij
WITNESS my hand and official seal .:
at Gainesville Alachua County, Florida, ,, '
this 14tn day of September 164. Pbaa. 3766bt
Clerk of the Circuit Court '
Deputy Clerk
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No.1UFInterest V fy pAY Barney Schultz?

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By MIKE RATHET Scoreless Duel

Associated Press Sports Writer I Pennant Race
At Cincinnati, Friend, 13-18,1

Barney Schultz has been and Reds' rookie Billy McCool At a Glance
I What are the little things that help win big college football '
pitching for 20 years with 18 were locked in a scoreless duel
games clubs in 12 different leagues. until the ninth. Friend, who NATIONAL LEAGUEW
L Pet.
Gator coach Ray Graves announed last night at the Gaines- And no one has paid much inter- allowed 11 hits, had turned back Cincinnati fl a jJi" _Left 4 .r"
St... Louis fl 47 ,576
ville Club that the travel plans have est. threat after threat the Reds 4
Quarterback meeting Pnna. 90 tt Mt 1V% 3
had two men on in four of the San Fran. 17 70 .554 3V 5
been changed for the UF's trip to Baton Rouge this week. They didn't this year either. first five innings while Mc- Games remaining:
t k. Cincinnati At home 4; Pittsburgh 2,

"We're going out there just for the purpose of playing "There was a time when we Cool had allowed only three St.Philadelphia Louis -2.At home 4; Philadelphia, I

I a football game," Graves said. ..*. s3' were asking other clubs if they hits.Bob New York 3.
Philadelphia Away 3; St. Louis Cincinnati
I (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) were interested in Barney, I Bailey opened the ninth 2.
Originally, the Gators were to leave early Friday after MIAMI COACH CHARLIE TATE (L) WAVES AS HE'S INTRODUCEDGator said St. Louis Manager Johnny with a single for the Pirates and San 2. Chicago Francisco 3.AMERICAN. At home S; Houston

noon. They'll leave later. Coach Ray Graves (R) Does Honors, Dave Fuller (1\1) Claps Keane Tuesday night. one out later raced to third on LEAGUEW

Originally, the .Gators were to stay at a downtown New "But no one paid any atten- Roberto Clemente's double. Mc- New York L 96 Pet.60 ."G.3'. _Left 7

at motel near the airport. Cool then walked Gene Freese Chicago 94 64 JM >V4 7
Orleans hotel Now they'll stay a tion to us.
Florida FSU Everybody and got Donn Clendenon on a Baltimore Games remaining: *3 44 .572 3 5

Originally, the Gators were to go to Baton Rouge early So Keane kept the 38-yar-old foul pop. But Bill Mazeroski New York At home 7; Detroit. 4,

Saturday. Now they won't show up until it's time to play cnuckle-ball specialist and rifled a single to center for two Chicago Cleveland- 3.At home 4; Kansas City 4.
suddenly he's turned into a key runs and the victory. Baltimore At home 5; Washington 3.
football. Detroit 2.
Watch Out Says TateBy figure in the Cardinals' drive .. )

Graves, smiling, said., "We might get into a traffic jam and toward their first National f

be a.little late getting 'there. But we'll show up. League pennant since 1946.
JOE HALBERSTEIN ions. But we can't always be' play. "They'll move that ball.They're e
"We might have to start the game with a team in civilian Sun Sports Editor winners." spectacular this season. Schultz bailed out a Cardinal : ,

"We're going to get in Dave Fuller, UF assistant They'll throw." starter for the fifth straight I I j

Florida's hair, we're going to ach, gave the scouting report Howard Hall, trip chairman, game Tuesday, preserving. Ray

get; in FSU's hair, we're goingto in LSU and narrated films of wrapped up the club's excur- Sadecki's 20th victory as St. jJ J

make it rough on everybody. "Honda's 16-13 win over State. sion to New Orleans Friday Louis extended its winning

a ." Fuller said LSU's pro-style night. A chartered plane will streak to seven with a 4-2 victory i

Those words came from Mi- )ffense would surprise UF fans take 90 members from Jack- over floundering Philadel-

ami head football coach Charlie accustomed to seeing the Tigers sonville to the Crescent City phia.

Tate, speaking to the Gaines- win by rock-ribbed defensive for the weekend. Gain Tie

ville Quarterback Club Tuesday
That pulled the Cardinals intc Wednesday September 30 ,1964
night at the Golf and Country ,
a flat-footed tie for first place

Club. GRAVES CALLS with the Cincinnati Reds, who
Tate former Georgia T e c h
1 clothes," Graves added, "until we can get dressed. But assistant, coach and UF fresh- had their winning streak

we'll be there ready to play." snapped at nine games in a 2-0
man mentor, has seen his first
Bob Friend and the Pitts-
loss to
added "Don't We're going out there Miami club, young and inexperienced "
coach worry.
The UF OFF PRACTICE"There's burgh Pirates GHS Has Work
lose to FSU and
ball Youwon't ,
with only one purpose in mind. To play game. (k
Tech in its first two games. The Reds and Cardinals each
Street Friday
see'any coaches or"players on Bourbon
"We're not going to be a have four remaining -
night. And, 'as I said, we might get held up in traffic and great; football team .this year," no sense in prac- on his hand on the kickoff play and the way games Keane figures it, .

get to the stadium late. But we'll. be there." Tate said. "But we hope to ticing if you" aren't getting any- against State. Schultz may be in every one. Cut Out for It
improve and one of these days thing done. Little Jack Card, the 5.6,165- I

Yard we'll, be able to ,line up and With that remark, Gator pound dynamo from Coral 'Gables "He can pitch nine days in a

ThdV One Extra play with anybody." coach Ray Graves ended Tues- will replace Bernhardt, row if they're short stints," said

V To Recruit day's Florida workout, a drill Graves said. Keane. PaxonGainesville

t Graves was asked what made the Gator coaching staff Tate said the 'Canes plan an the UF head mentor said was The Gators will attempt to do Against

\ go to Bobby Lyle for the 23-yard effort against State last intensive recruiting drive the worst in his memory sincehe 'the major share of their work Schultz' big-league record is
Saturday night, the field goal that tied the game at 13-13, Florida high schools in the fu- came to Florida in 1960. 'I today in getting ready for the 19-18 but it's what he's done for High School has The Demons, coached by

instead of Jimmy Hall. ture. "I consider the qualityof "I don't know what's wrong," rugged Tiger attack and de the Cardinals that has impressed -its work cut out for it Friday Dick Flowers, former GHS'men

This scribe pointed out that Hall kicked his field goal Florida high school football Graves said.. "But if we prac- fense. Graves did say, though, Keane. Schultz has beenin night when the 'Canes meet unbeaten -tor, lost to Perry and beat Mac-

Southern Methodist the previous week from the 22- the best in the South," Tate tice like that the rest of the "If we look poor again in prac- 28 games, since late July, Paxon's Eagles in Jack clenny in their two games to t

against line a 32-yard overall effort as compared to 33 for said. "The coaches, playing fa- ,week, we won't belong on the tice, I'll call it off again and pitching 47 2-3 innings and com- sonville. date.
yard 1.69
field with LSU Saturday we'll start piling an eye-opening I
cilities interest they all add same over Thursday.
Lyle against State. to, finer college prospectsin night." Tentative plans call for a re- earned run average. In these i Coach Jim Niblack said Paxon Roberts said the Rebels played -

Graves said, "if Hall kicked from the 22-yard line, it wasa up Florida." The heat may view session Thursday, a light all-important last five games, has good personnel back a hard ball game against

mistake. He shouldn't have been in there." Miami has 14 Sunshine State have been a workout Friday. The Gators do he's allowed one hit. from last year, including quar- Starke last week in losing 7-0

UF coach then explained it. "The line of scrimmageis players on its freshman squadof factor. A hot- l not plan to leave for Baton Six Pitchers terback Gary Pajcic and a fine to the Tornadoes and are pretty
.t end. well bruised.
what determines the choice. In the SMU game it wcs > 42 this season, Tate said. sun seemed to ; Rouge until Friday night. The Phillies used six pitchersand

the 15-yard line where the ball was spotted. That's about as "We're going to do better in i sap' energy. Also ..::. Scouting reports show LSU's 22 players altogether in an 'They use a pro-type offense Tough GameAt

far back as Hall goes. (The Gators generally kick from 7-8 the future," he promised.Tate the Gators :F"; pro style offense should resultin attempt to weed off their ninth with a flanker back and split Starke, Coach David Hurse

back, hence the 22-yard effort). said Miami is buildingfor showed the aft- an action packed contest. consecutive defeat. But they! end,'.' Niblack said. Paxpn said the Torandoas are' girding
yards '
the future, scholastically,j er effects of ,? With quarterback Pat Screen couldn't do it and remained 1% has Jbeaten Englewood! and. tied for a tough ball game with St.

l "When Lyle kicked, the line of scrimmage was/the. .... '8--. also. He noted a multi-million the hard earn- throwing and running, end Doug games behind with only three Ribaulf in'conte'sts'to date. Augustine Friday*. -

yard line," Graves said. "That's why we used him.!*' drive for funds to expand the ed 16-13 win j : Moreau catching passes, full- left to play.Elsewhere.
medical school and sciences at over Mississippi back Don Schwab and halfbackJoe .GHS has several players still The Yellowjackets lost to

Oddly the ball was kicked from the 23, meaning the the UM. "We expect, by 1975, State last Jim Ilrnhardt Labruzzo doing the inside San Francisco bothered with colds, Niblack Lake City 14-13 and beat DeLand

tee was set up only five yards back of the line of scrim- to accomplish the expansion of Saturday night. and outside running, respectively ,remained mathematically aliv said.. In addition, fullback Char- 26-6 to date. The game will bea

mage, dangerously close for the opposition to get a good the academic facilities," Tate Graves admitted the State tri- LSU has rolled up nearly 40 in the pennant race by edging ley Smith has an infected Florida Star Conference affair -

shot at blocking it. said. "The school is growingand umph took a lot out of the first downs and 600 yards run Houston 5-4 in 11 innings on throat and back Brian Hipp a .

On Lyle's winning effort from the 31, the line of' scrimmage I hope football grows right Gators. "We've got a lot of ning and passing to date. Matty Alou's first homer in sprained ankle. Both are doubt- Starke has

was the 24, meaning ,the tee was set up seven yards with it." players badly bruised," he said. The oddity.is that the Tigers exactly two years, the Chicago ful for Friday night doubtful with several players
The Miami coach told of his Fullback John Feiber and guard have just one touchdown to Cubs edged the Los Angeles I injuries but successive
back the normal range. Works On DefenseAt victories
schedule perils to the Quarterbacks Larry Gagner have leg ail- show for all this offense. And Dodgers 4-3 and Milwaukee over Macclen-
York Mets 7-8. P. K. Yonge, Coach Mike ny and Santa Fe have lifted
weak be downed the New
noting expected ments but are expected to that came on a defensive ma.
The Time Sequence Gutierrez said the Wave workedon the spirits of the Tornado team.
like Vanderbilt Detroit LSU.
teams ready to, play against neuver, a blocked punt. The Cardinals scored a run in
and Boston College all have Linebacker Jim Bernhardtwill Fumbles and penalties have defense yesterday with an Lincoln coach Jesse Heard
those who like their seconds split right down to shown themselves to be strong least four the first inning against Phillies eye toward containing Nor t hMarlon's
For be lost for at marred many LSU drives deep CurtFlood's said the Terriers are batteredand !
night Dennis Bennett on
I" the hair, here's what I had in the notebook Saturday winning this year. weeks. He received a fractured into opponents'territory to date starter double powerful ground at- bruised but he expects hi
to the single and a by
last series of plays leading up tack.
on Florida's No More Unbeatens knuckle when someone stepped this season. players to bounce back Thursday
kicked by Lyle. Dick Groat, then scored two G. Hodsdon returned
three-pointer Tate predicted the day of a Guard V. night against Gibbs Higlof
( the ball rolled dead major college football team going more in the second on JulianJavier's to work in shorts and is expected St. .
to the Gators and Mike Petersburg.The
State punted
double singles by
back in to-
undefeated' over. "Texas to be pads
A hurried glance National BoxesNight
at the 47-yard line, the clock was running. waited 57 years before gettingits League Shannon and Tim McCarver and day. Several PKY players have Terriers are 2-0 for thi
the 40s and moving.
showed it was in perfect season in 1963,". he Game Night Game Flood's grounderThe colds, Gutierrez said, but are season and have an overall:

When quarterback Sieve Spurrier lined up the Gators, said. "I doubt it will ever happen CHICAGO LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI Phillips struck back for under medication.At mark of 18 wins, two defeat

fired out of bounds, hit the official and almost had it in- again. There are too many Stewart ss abrhbi 3011 Crawf'd rf abrhbi 5130 Bailey If abrhbi 4110 Rose 2b abrhbi 5030 two runs in the fourth when. Santa Fe, Coach Charlie and three ties in their past 23

) tercepted, the clock stopped at 27 seconds. good football teams, too many Clemens rf 4000 Parker Ib 3011 Virdon cf 4000 Ruiz 3b 3020 Sadecki walked the bases load Roberts is hopeful his gridderscan games, including the Negrc
Williams If 5110 W.Davls cf 4010 CI'mente rf 4 1 1 0 Pinson cf 4020
downfield to Alan Poe that good coaches. It's getting downto Santo 3b 4210 Griffith If 3110 Freese 3b '3000 Rob'son If 3010 ed and pinch hitter Gus Trian- bounce back against Talla- state playoff clash with Tampa
The next effort was a pass which team wants to win B'cab'la Ib 5022 T'cewskl ss 3 0 1 1Gabrls'n CI'denon Ib 4010 Johnson Ib 4000 hassee.Florida High. Blanke in 1962.
missed around the 15 yard line. The clock stopped at 1 ; If 2011 Fairly ph 1000 MazeCki 2b 4012 Edwards c 4010 dos rapped a single. Then, after
the most on a particular Satur- Campbell 2b 4 0 1 0 Wills ss 0000 Alley ss 3010 Keough rf 3010 Bill White homered for the Car-
21 seconds. AM'rano 2b 01 0 0 Oliver 2b 3100 Lynch ph 1000 Cardenas ss 101 0
day. Bertell c 2 0 0 0 T. Davis ph 1 0 0 0 Schofield ss 0000 McCool p 3000 dinals in the sixth, Philadelphia
to end Charles Casey at the State Gator coach Ray Graves Buhl p 3000 Shirley 3b 3011 May c 2010 Colem'n ph 1000
Then followed a pass Burton ph 1000 Gilliam ph 1000 Friend p 3000 started to peck away at Sadecki
39. The clock stopped at 16 seconds. A blowup to Casey at the echoed those sentiments in his Torborg c 3000 Totals 32 2 4 2 Totals 345110 in the seventh.

down killed the clock at 12 seconds. The short on the State Roseboro ph 1 0 1 0 Pittsburgh. ..... .......... 000 tot 002-2 again
35 for a first wrapup Singer p' 3000 Cincinnati ......._......... tot tot toI-I
third completion to Casey was far across the field with the game and a look ahead to the Totals 33 4 J. Moon Totals,ph 3533 1000 E-None. DP-Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati Pinch-Hit Single EVERTTHINGSI

end forced to run out at the sidelines after makingthe LSU contest. 1. LOB-Pittsburgh 5. Cincinnati 11. Johnny Callison, who didn't
Gator Chicago .................... ooo 020 110-4 ,
28-Clemente Robinson. S-Ruiz 2.
"You what the Baltimore .......... because he had the flu
catch. Time left: Six seconds. saw Los Angeles 021 000 000-3E IP H R ER BB SO start ,
Colts did to the Chicago Bears Friend W 13-18 11 0 0 2 2 stroked a pinch-hit single with fASHmllED I
the dramatic kick. I -Bertell 3. Amalfitano. Shirley. McCool L' .....12-34 2 2 2 i :
Then came Lyle and Sunday. Yet, how many of you Chicago 1. Los Angeles 1. LOB-Chicago Tsltourls .........1.3. 0 0 0 1 one out Cookie Rojas groundedout I

One of the key plays in the entire series was the pass tot will give the Bears and 49 10.2B Los-Williams Angeles. 7.Gabrielson. Santo Bocca- WP-McCoof.Night T-2:27.Game A-10451. but a passed ball got Calli

r t Poe that mis-fired. State was wary and gave the Gators points in the next game. In fact, bella Stewart Stewart.Griffith.Crawford.Oliver. Griffith.Crawford SB-W. HOUSTON SAN FRANCISCO son to third and Tony Taylor

short yardage on the first two completions to Casey. A Bull- I'd like the Bears even next Davis. S-Bertell. AF-Parker. I Lillis ss abrhb 4100 M-Alou rf abrft 4121 H walked.So ABOUT

dog halfback made a strong effort. to protect on the final time. And there is a next time." Night Game Morgan 2b 5020 Lanier 2b 5100 4000 did Keane out to the
NEW YORK MILWAUKEEab Wynn cf 4010 Mays cf
aerial to the UF's lonely ead-but the best he could do was Graves said Florida's B team, r h bi abrhbl Bond Ib 4011 McCovey If 3110 mound.
I down and within the unsungs of the daily prac- Klaus 3b-b 4120 Carty If 4222 Aspro'te 3b 3 0 1 1 Cardenal If 1000 "When I left the dugout I
hold Florida to an 11-yard gain, a first McMillan ss 5 0 1 1 Cline cf 0000 Jackson ss 1000 Hart 3b 5010 ,
of the winning threepointer.Six tice grind, deserves commen- Ch'toph'r rf 10 0 1 May If 5221 Beauch'p If 5121 Cepeda Ib 5030 didn't know if I'd bring in OLD
range "We have 21 varsity Hickman cf 5 2 4 1 Aaron rf 3021 Staub rf 5121 Haller c 3222 TAYLOR 86
dation. Smith If 5000 Mathews 3o 5 0 0 0 Grote c 5010 Davenp-t ss 3010 Schultz, said Keane "But by
plays in about 30 seconds is tremendous. Even the squad players this year who Taylor c 4110 Torre c 4121 Johnson p 4110 Kuenn Estelle ph p 3010 0000 the time I reached the mound, I
Kranep Ib 1 1 0 0 Alou Ib 3110
pros can't do much better. came up from the B group. 0-Dell pr 0000
Kanehl 2b 3110 Menke 2b 4111 knew I needed to get one man

And Grubby (Bob Lyle) is one Altman Parsons If p 2000 1012 Alomar Bfgame ss p 3000 4001 42 411 4 Murakami Totals pl.3f S 11 0 0Tatals 3 out, and Schultz was the man.to

of them. They love him out Eliiot ph 1000 None out when winning run scored. do it" (except the people who drink it)
Gonder 1011 Houston ... ..... . 100 Ill ISO 00-.4 ,
there, that Grubby. came Totals M 11 t Totals 35110 7 Sam Francisco ...... ... Oil Ml 010 01-4 Richie Allen was the batter.

1 I through under pressure." New Yerk .. ..... ..... 002 Ml 030-4M.IWMke E-L.nier. Lillis 2. Woodeshick. LOB- He popped up. r
Both Tate and Graves touch ... ... ...... 220 030 Oflx-7E Houston *. San Francisco 11.
't 2&WYMHR8eauclllmp (2). Staub Schultz allowed only a harm-
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LOB-New York *. Haller.
fans 0. Milwaukee 2. Raymond--Bond. '
of college players by
28-Hickman. Maye. Aaron. Menke. HR .; .,- :r.n;
who do not have a sound knowledge -Hickman (II). Carty (21). '. :"

L Pet. G... L Pet. G... Disagrees Strongly PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS Great new taste:
New York *5 40 .413 Cincinnati +i 7"J74 ftrhbi( abrhbi j ;:
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where I strongly
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Minnesota 77 10 .490 1* Pittsburgh 71 70 .500 12 Gonzalez d 1 010 Whit Ib 4121 )
Cleveland 74 M .UJ 1f V4 Los Angeles 77 10 .490 13'' critizing college boys who are Phillips d 2110 Javier 2241 21 4 .
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2. Los 1 Triandos 3012
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the coming to you,
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(McDowell4 their best. And there times
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Boston (Perry 12-10) when their best is not good Roebuck 2-35 0 0 0 0
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16 GaInesville Sun Wednesday, September 30 1954

Little 'Cats Watch Out for LetdownBy .il

Named THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fensive alignments in two weak against the Wildcats. The I fense in anticipation of an serf ..iJI'

Kentucky Coach Charlie Brad- Southeastern games. Rebels face another good passer al assault from Kentucky. Coach ,

shaw knows that after upsetting Georgia coach Vince Dooleyset in Houston's Jack Skog this Ralph Jordan says "after UH ''

a team like Mississippi, a football Conference about trying to get some Saturday. success Kentucky had with its.=
'Back'BY squad can suffer a letdownin scoring punch into the Bulldog Auburn worked on pass de- passing against Ole Miss.
their next game. But he says Rounduppared offense.' He noted that the Bull- F

he sees no slowing up this dogs had trouble moving the $1AAAOO ACCIDENTAL

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS week.A his team to meet one of ball against Vanderbilt. I IUUU DEATH BENEFIT

Floyd Little, a dazzling sophomore letdown would be perilous to the conference's strongest teams Tulane. polished its ground attack Included in Your Money Saving "

halfback for Syracuse Kentucky's new fame in football Alabama. Coach Tommy O'Boyle I GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY

University, was named Back of circles, because the Wildcats Green said he still believes i said h. also hoped for more i t

Press The Week today.by. The Associated r;: Auburn take on, an this equally Saturday.potent foe, I I his ball squad team."will "be a good foot I I against punch in Duke.Mississippi's his attack. in the game i C Emorff }oss Agency ';

... ., fy Bradshaw said injuries from
He romped for five touch I Rebels stunnedby
Vanderbilt's next ,
27.21 of Ole Miss opponent,
downs against Kansas last Sat- ;the;o tdo Iy a few bumps the Crimson Tide, held a con. the loss to Kentucky, emphasized 1109 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3764582MOTT'S
urday in what was hailed as one trolled offensive scrimmage before pass defense which proved

of the greatest one-man performances and Meanwhile bruises., Auburn coacheswere Coach Paul Bryant cut the I.

in Syracuse football watching All America practice short in face of a driv-/

history. Sidle closely. tog rain.
Heralded as a worthy successor (AI' Wirepnoro TO the Sun) quarterback Jimmy -
the main cog in power- Tennessee Coach Doug Dickey .I
to Jimmy Brown and Ernie Sidle,
Lineman Auburn's offensive machine, emphasized blocking on a kick. I
Davis, Little wore No. 44 on his Top rul .
off returns as the Vols worked
shoulder in the Tigers'opener 4.
jersey as he ripped the Jayhawk injured a I'I
in light rain for the game with
defense to shreds in a 33-6 Kentucky end Rick Kestner, named today as with Houston and played
Mississippi S tat e. Dickey
triumph. That was the number Associated Press "Lineman of the Week," fixes a only at half speed in Auburn'snarrow St. FR 67S37TIRE
warned his,players that Mississippi 1605 N.W. 6th
Ail-American Brown and Davis gold star to his helmet to signify his outstanding 3-0 victory over State used 13 different of.QB .

wore in their Syracuse campus performance in catching three touchdown passes last see last week. .

hero days. week when Kentucky upset Mississippi. Coach Charlie One of Strongest SALE!

"The lad is some football Bradshaw started a system this season where different Vanderbilt Coach Jack Green, Clubs UF

player," said Syracuse Coach colored stars are awarded for notable workon whose Commodores have drop- ,

Ben Schwartzwalder and Jack the gridiron. Gold Stars, of course, are the best. ped their two first games to Tube Type first Un. Second Li". Third tin

Mitchell, Kansas coach, de- best. .. Georgia Tech and Georgia, pre- Band to Make 6.70x15Tubefcss 13.95 11.95 7.95

clared "that was the greatest Block
performance by any back that- Trip to LSD 6.00x13 11.75
I've ever seen. 6.50x137.50x14 12.50
The fleet 190-pounder from SPORTS WED QB Club 13 I >: 15.25 13.95 9.95

New Haven, Conn., accounted Although they will be heavily 8.00x14 15.95 14.95 10.95

for 254 yards against Kansas.He ., Locksmiths to 'Lock fp'LSU's outnumbered there will be 8.50x14 17.95 15.95

rushed for 159 yards, caught: a large group of Florida fans

two passes for 47 yards and, in Baton Rouge when the Ga TIRES BALANCED 99e plus weights

returned two kickoffs for 481; tors take on LSU Saturday
yards. Big Bengal TigerBy night. Instant credit TO all oil Wheel Bearings Cleaned fir Repacked 99c

Little's auspicious debut at I I This trip has been selected cO.'s and department BRAKES ADJUSTED . . . 99c
Archbold Stadium earned him I store courtesy cards.
JOE HALBERSTEIN tors 5-1 LSU bama Vanderbilt, Mississippi as the annual big one for many
the nod over Rodger Bird, Kentucky I are a pick over over state clubs including I ALIGN FRONT END . . .$6.95No
halfback, in the weekly Sun Sports Editor I I this week. Only Sun assistant I over Houston and Duke quarterback Down Payment

voting by sportswriters and Hold that tiger! Hold that :sports editor Nis Nissen sticks over Tulane.A the large local one in No interest Camber Caster & Toe In. I I

broadcasters. tiger! i with the favored Tigers. i ii real tossup is Georgia and Gainesville. It is also the trip 10 Months to Pay

And what better way to keep i The top shocker has to be South Carolina. STreit, Clay for this the Gator Band, 128. strong ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR ,

LSU's tiger, Mike, securely in I Streit's pick of little New Mexico ton and Nissen go for the year.

Gator GridStatistics his cage Saturday night in Baton State to beat big FSU. New Gamecocks, Rice, Cason and The Gator Band, under the OF YOUR CAR

Rouge, locked up so he Mexico State was a 76-0 loser yours truly for Georgia. direction of Richard W. Bowles, MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR LIFE ,

can't do damage to the Gators. last week to Utah State. Couldit Another difference of opinion will play "When The SaintsGo

With that in mind, this week's be he just doesn't like the shows in. the game betweenMississippi Marching In" and dedicateit I

FLORIDA 1U4 TWO-GAME Guestperts are a trio of people Seminoles? State .and Tennessee. to famous New Orleans.trumpeter BRAKES RELINED Motor
FOOTBALL STATISTICS who know what locks are all All" the Guestperts and Al Hurt as the high- Tune-up
GAME RECORD it's A b l
Florida Opponent about. They sell them and are Unanimously, u ,urn the Sunpert Clayton like the Bull. 'light of a halftime show which Parts and Labor Included r.
over Kentucky even though
24 SMU 8 listed in the yellow pages of the dogs..Nissen and this writer go will also include other tunes
16 SCORING-BY-O.UARTERS Miss. State 13 telephone; directory as "lock Wildcats stunned mighty Mississippi for the VolsiHere' and the performance of the 20,000 Miles 30,000 Miles 5395. $495

1 2 3 e Ttl. smiths. last Saturday. If Jim. hoping those shiny girl Gatorettes. .17-1 :-
Florid 10 10 7 13 40 .
Sidle's bad continues
Opponent 0 15 0 (21 The Guestperts are Herschel my arm locks do the trick on Tiger $14.95 $19.95
TEAM STATISTICS Streit, J. D. Rice and Bob Clayton the 'Cats could chew up another Mike. Wonder if it would .be a All these groups will leave 6 cyl's. 8 cyl's.

40 Florida Points .., ,.Opponent. 21 from Streit's Bicycle Shop, big one,,this weekend but that's good idea to call in Walt Disney -for Louisiana Friday, with the
13 1st down, run ,...... 1 not the way the guessers see battle of the unbeatens, LSU Guaranteed Guaranteed Plus Parts
1st down pass .. 1 Rice. Grose Hardware and I and his gang. They did
2 1st down penalty .... .... 2 The Clayton Co., respectively.With it today. pretty well with "A Tiger and Florida, slated to start at
2Tate! 1st downs 15
their the Ga- I Also full 6-0 vote is Ala- Walks." 9 p.m. EST Saturday. _.131
92 Runs from scrim ........ 65 help by a -
289 Gain from scrim .......... 304
53* Lost from scrim .......... 45
236 Net gain scrim ........259 THE JOE HARRIS FOOTBALL FORECAST
111.0 Rushing Avg. per game .. 129.5 GUESTPERTS VS. SUN PERTS LISTEN TO THE
29 Passes attempted ........ 21
17 Passes completed ........ tSS 'Patronize The Sponsoring Merchants"FRIDAY
.< Percent completed ........ 29.6 Joe HalbersteinAND
0 Passes had Interc ........ 3 IS EVENING OCTOBER 2 1964
17 Gain passing ....'..,-....... 49 .a
'..5 Passing avg.per game .... 345 ; 'e 8V Nis Nissen Probable- Winners ft Scares Probable Lasers Scorn. Probable Winners ft Scares PrebaMe Users JL Scares
.. ........ I
214.5 433 Total Total offensive Net Gain avg ...... 1440 321 .c =, '. y a a SHOWFOR Detroit . .14 Cincinnati. . 13 G. Washington .20 Fur"' ., . . 14
. 15 No. of punts .......,.* .... 14 ThisWeekrs. ..t.o .QJ : .Vj' fi Eastern Kentucky ..14 Murray Staff ..' 13 I New Mexico U..20 Brigham Young 14
404 Total yards kicked ...... 549 Games ,,. v.. rr 41!
40.2 Punting avg ............. 39.2 wyl. qU + r=+ zZ = THE LATEST SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964
5 No. of punts ret ......_.. I rN SPORTS
114 Yds. punts ret .......... 105 Gators Air Force Acod. .27 Colorado State U. 7 Juniota . .21 Lebanon Valley .14
22.1 Avg. punt return ........ 13.1 LSU 5:55 PM-Mon.thru Fri. Akron . . .27 Ohio Wesleyan 6 Kalamazoo .20 Hope 13
5 No. kickoffs ret .......... 9 Gators Gators Gators Gator LSU Gators Alabama .0. .21 Vanderbilt . 0 Kansas U. . 14 Wyoming U. o. 7Hofstra
114 Yds. kickoffs ret.................... 151. FSU N. Mexico'T DIAL 1230 Albright . .13 Lycoming . 7 Lafayette . 0 12 . . 6
14 S
11 22.1 KO No. return of penalties avq ......... 10 N. Mex. St. State FSU' FSU FSU FSU FSU Amherst . .34 Am. International' 6 Lewis & Clark .27 College of Idaho .6
S3 Yds. penalized ............ 93 WGGGSponsored Appalachian St. .21 Elon : . 0 14 Los Angeles St. .20 Univ. of Pacific 6
................. . .
4 Fumbles 7 Alabama Arizona Slate .27 Wichita 13 Louisiana Tech .27 East Texas Stets .14
1 Fumbles lost ............. 2 . St. .13 .
Alabama U. .14 Washington North Texas St. 6
.............. 3 Vanderbilt Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Arizona Louisville . 14
2 TDs TDs running passing .............. 0 By Auburn . .10 Kentucky . 7 Manchester .20 Franklin . 3
.1 TDs punt return .......... 0 Auburn THESudden Augustana (S.D.) 20 South Dakota U. <6< Memphis State .17 Tampa . .7
4 Ex. Ft. att. (kick) ....... 2 Kentucky Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Baldwin-Wallace .21 Capital U. . 14 Miami (Ohio) .21 Western Michigan 7
4 Ex. pt. made (kick) .. 1 ServiceOil 'Ball State . .20 DePaiiw .. . 13 Michigan Stats .14 So. California 13
0 Ex. pt. aft. (run) ............ 1 1 Georgia South South South Co.. Baylor . .. .24 Oregon State .14 Michigan U. .17 Navy 0. . .7
0 Ex. pt. madp (run) South Carolina Carolina Carolina Georgia Georgia Carolina Georgia I State .27 Breckport State6 . 13
4 Field Goals att .. .. ... 2 Bloomsburg Minnesota . .14 California
4 Field Goals made ....., 0 Ole MissHouston Bluffton . .20 Ohio Northern .14 Mississippi . .21 Houston 0. 7
INDIVIDUAL PASSING THEThirsty Bowling Green ?18 Dayton . . 6 Missouri . 17 Oklahoma Stets 7
Att. Comp. Pet. lr tr. Gala TD Ole Miss Ole Miss Ole Miss .Ole Miss Ole Miss Ole Miss Brown . .. .20 Pennsylvania .14 Nebraska . 14 low. State . 7
Spurrier 25 4 14 3 56.0 75.0 0 0 144 56 0 1 Miss. State Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Buffalo U. . 14 Massachusetts 7 Newberry . .20 Lenoir Rhyna .. 6
Shannon OPP. FUMBLES RECOVERED BY Butler . . .21 Wabash . .14 North Carolina St. 10 Maryland .. 7
., Tennessee State State State Tenn. Tenn. State
Gator Tech .21 Case Tech..11 .
Maclean. PUNTING Carnegie North Carolina U.'28 Wake Forest .14
GAME ,. Tulane Carson-Newman .20 Austin Peay State <6< N. Central (III.) .20 Aulu..... (III.) 13
i Kicks 12 512 Yds. Ilk.0 Av 427 Duke Duke Duke Duke Duke Duke Duke Carthage . 27 North Park: . 6 N.E. Missouri St. .27 Pittsburg (Kansas)
Spurrier 2 M 0 420 0 Central Michigan .27 East. Illinois .12 St. 14

Team Seymour 1 I 1 1.0 Consensus: Gators, Florida State, Alabama, Auburn, South Carolina-Georgia, tossup; Mississippi Chattanooga . 14 East Tenn. State 6 Northeastern ..20 C. W. Post . .13
PUNTS RETURNSNe. Citadel (The) t. .20 ,Davidson . 14 Northern Illinois .27 U. of Wise.
Yds. Avt. TDs 1 Mississippi State, Duke. Clark . . .27 Fort Valley . 6 (Milw.) 6
Harper 1 4 113 1 2J.2. 0 Consensus last week: Four right, three wrong, one tossup. For season: 13 right, four Colorado Mines .27 Washburn . 13 Northwood . .34 Defiance 7
Bennett INDIVIDUAL RUNNING wrong, 1 tossup. Colorado U. . .17 Kansas Stat. .14 Notre Dome . 17 Purdue . .. .14
RUM Cain Lest Net Avt.Dup' Individuals last week: Guestperts, Charles Huff, 5-3; Wayne Studstill, 4-4; L. B. Laird, 3-5; Cornell . 14 Colgate .. . 13 Oberlin . .20 Wash. & Lee .14
16 63 2 61 3.1 Gainesville's Dartmouth . 14 Boston U. . <6< Ohio State .. .. 17 Indiana U. . 7
Shannon 15 10 67 30 1 0 55 30 3.7 3.0 Sunperts, Joe Halberstein 6-2; Nis Nissen, 6-2; Benny Cason, 53. Sunperts for season, Halberstein, Favorite Meeting Delaware State .20 Hampton Institute 14 Ohio U. . 20 Kent Stata U..12

Spurrler Felber 15.0 U 26 1.6 15-3; Nissen, 15-3; Cason, 14-4. Delaware U..27 Gettysburg . <6< Penn State . .17 Oregon U. . .14
Harper 11 JS 11 24 1.3 Sunperts lead Guestperts, 4541. Spot Delta State .34 S.E. Missouri St.. 14 Pittsburgh ... .20 William & Mary 7
POI 12n: 13 11 1.5 3.7 Before and After Denison . .54 Wilmington (0.) <6< Princeton . 14 Columbia .. . 7 i/.r i
Iheszter 4 1'' E 15 4 4.0 The Game! Drake . . .20 West. Illinois 66613 Rice . . .17 West Virginia .'. 7
Newcomer Knapp 1 1 3 0 3 3.0 Bar & Package Store Duke . . 10Eorlham Tulane' .'. .7Principia Rutgers .. .21 Connecticut ... 6
INTERCEPTIONS Alston Survives Drive Up Service .< .14 . 7Kutxtown S. Carolina . .10 Georgia U. 7
N. YIIs. R.t. TDs Again E. Stroudsburg St. .20 Stata 6 So. Methodist .41 Arlington StataRichmond 6
Newcomer 2 1 11 0 II 0 633 N.W. 13th ST. Emory & Henry .20 Catawba . 6, So. Mississippi .27 . .. 6
Ben eft INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Emporia State .27 Cu. Mo. St.. . <6< S.W. Mo. St..27 Henderson St. .. 6
Na. Yards TDs Now Is The Time Evansville . 14 St. Joseph's (Ind.) 6 Stanford . 14 U. C. L A- .13
Casey \ t2 1 O e-Year ContractBy Florida A. & M. 47 Lincoln (Mo.) 6 Syracuse . ..28 Holy Cross 6
Harper 11 to.0 Signs To Phone Florida State .42 New Mexico St. 0 Temple . .. .34 So. Ce"". 6
Baesiler l'3 0 Florida U. . 10 Louisiana St. . 7 Tennessee . 0 10 Mississippi St. .. 7
Pee KICKOFF RETURNS Fresno State .34 Hawaii . .13 T.ao.AliM . .10 Texas Tech. . 7
N. Yards AVI. CHARLES MAHER tory to dive from first place to which is what he got this i FR 2.3383 Georgia Tech . 10 Clemson . 7 Texas Christian .10 Arkansas .. .. 7
Harper 2 00-3 0-0-31 0 0 151! Harvard . 14 Buckncll . 7 Texas U . 21 Army ._ . ." 7
Jordan PAT Att 2 Made i LOS ANGELES AP-Walter seventh in the space of a year. season. For Your Fuel Oil Idaho State . 20 Flagstaff St.t..13 U of Tenn.Martin .
TD p- -k- P-r-* FG TTL. I ( Needs- IlIinoi'St.t. ... .20 Bradley' . .14 ( ) . .20 Missouri
I Harper 2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 12 Alston stands alone today But the club management,. ina "At no time, said General Illinois U. .14 Northwestern ...13 Ut.hSt.t..34.. Montana
Hall 0 (MM 04 2 10 burst of compassion, decided Manager Buzzie Bavasi, "did We Install Tank! Illinois Wesleyan .20 r..hum..o. 14 Utah U. . .20 Idaho U. M..7
Casey 1 1 frM 0-M 0-M 0-M 0 0 ,< among maor league managers, Tuesday that Alston was not the we give consideration to any We Sell Heaters! Indiana Central 20 Hanover . 0 Villonovc ... .20 V. M. I.
sltuler 0 00 0-0Q 2 6 the only member of his precarious Indian Stare ", 20 Valparaiso . 13 Virgin Tech .10 YrginiaJohn )
architect of this he
Lyle calamity. So other man.-Walter Alston is our "Your Full Service Carroll .20 Wayne State .14 West Texas St. .27 Texas Western .14
profession to be sentenced was re-hired for a year, presumably -man and will be until he is told Fuel Oil Dealers"
to certain dismissal a dozen for about $50,000, differently."
HospitalityRoom I DAVIS Buffalo Bills .31 Oakland Raiders .24 S. Diego Chargers 27 New York Jets ..24
times without ever losing his SUNDAY OCTOBER 4, 1964


-The University of Florida He reminds you of an old Warren Carson. Bowls Baltimore Colts .27 Los Angeles Rams 17 Detroit Lions .23 New York Giants 17
Chicago Bears .27 Son Fren. '49ers 20 Green Bay Pack. .27 Minnesota
Association will sponsora Viking 10
Alumni of I
who in the role
radio comic
the Shera Cleveland Browns 34 Dallas Cowboys 17 Philo. Eagles .21 Pittsburgh'Steelers 20(
hospitality room at the dauntless D. A., burst alone 849 Set Pace St. Louis Cards .30 Wash. Redskins ..27
it to Loop sso
ton-Charles Hotel Friday, into a room infested with des- AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

was announced today. perados. You heard a withering, Boston Patriot 31 Denver Broncos 20 He.s on OiJ.ers .27 Kansas City Chiefs 24
The affair will be from 4:30 ialf-minute torrent of tommy- Warren Carson had a dandy Shopping Center: boasting a.
invitation is 849 set in the Royal Crown 105S best At THE HOME
-6:30 and an game. I
: p.m. gun; fire and then, astonishingly, SEE THE
alumni Classic at Palm Lanes. The Stadium OF SHELLEY'STHE
extended to all Louisiana League or
the voice of the D.A., .announc- Splits were made by Albert EVERY-
and Tampa, Lees- He hit 214213175247. At Home WatchingThe '.'TIGER
guests IN THE
ing with measured detachment, : Fu s s el J, Servicemaster, 6-7; THING
burg, Gainesville and Pensa- "After the ruffians had been Barry Biebel had 842 on 198- Kurt Brammer, Piggie Park, Game on TV t YOU .

cola quarterback clubs, Al .Al- subdued. ." 183203258whlle. Jack Harris 5-10 and 5-8-10; Randy Brooks, Make Sure it's RC! ti NEED Home of The CAGE"THE

sobrook, assistant said.director of And so Alston has survived I had an 805. Biebel's 258 was Allstate Insurance- 5-7-9; and Fo OriginalItalian NEW 1965PONTIAC

the alumni office, another seige of rumors suggest. best game. Clyde_ Box, Allstate, 57. .. Building Sandwich'Re'del
Grapes had a 2281 set and
that the odds on his returnIng -t or
Redden big Upper Tens a 613'single game Marie Waggoner of Mikell's -
Bertie of the Los An-
as manager Machine Co. had Our
high. Sewing a 490 I ing Try
Fires 541 Set geles Dodgers next season were Bill Holmes of Cannon Insur- on 1S1-165-1M to lead the Pin-I r PIZZASSchlirz NOW

only slightly more favorable, ance led the Night Owl League toppers loop. Flo Wooten rolled 9s PH

Bertie Redden had a sparkl- than his chances of being elect I with a 615 effort. He rolled 216- 453 for Team No. 12 and Lynn 2.:61 and SHOWING
ed Miss America.
ing 541 series and .a 216 singlegame 213-186. Bill Sanders of Gaines- Johnson, Mikell's, had 446. AT

high to lead Ella's Ce- Excellent Chance ville Shopping Center hit 691 Nita Thomas of Combined Lowenbrau On Tap

ramics loop at Palm Lanes yes and Don Williams, University Insurance Co. had a 169 top McCOYBUILDING TROPICALPONTIAC
who last
She had 147178216. The Dodgers, year Chevrolet, had 584. Williams hada ROYAL CROWN FREE DELIVERY
terday. Mikell's
while rolled
hit 405 and won the pennant by six games 234 game a I PH. FR 2.6582
Hester top game. SUPPLY
Shirley 2995 series and a 781 single.
Series in four
and the BOTTLING CO.
481. 819 W.
Jeanne Leland rolled have an. excellent 3101 Total Beulah Evans made the 5-10]I CENTER Unit.
and straight,
Molders had a 1742 Diane series Wisner chance to become the first teamIn University Chevrolet. totalled split and Gladys Markham con- 1201 L UNIVER. 'AYE. North Main at 23rJ Blvd. 1608 N.W. lit. Ave. 220 N.W. 8th AVE.

a'613 top game. modern National League his- 3101'on 1034 1021' 1048 with verted the 5610. (
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Bice HopeTop. y. : '.., : :" ':iY. '_"'-:..: ...' V* RAIN STALLS PLAYAL' '
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At Swim FeteBice By'DICK COUCHAssociated # 7 'tiled until ',Friday .night when While the.Sox were gaining a second on Fregosi's miscue: and

.Press,Sport :Writer; :I they; open a 'f9(f-game set half length on the Yankees, Ron Hansen singled pinch run-

That other pennant race is against JaSt; 1ace'Kansas City Kansas City and Minnesota ner Mike Hershberger across

Hope carried off a bun swimmers who qualified for the turning into a- stop-and-go. af with doubleheader. By then itnay hooked up in a 15-inning, five-
dle of awards last week as the finals at the stab T with the deciding run.
meet. A
Along ,
I fair. } not matter but the ever- hour struggle before Rocky

Gainesville Golf and Country I with the award'was a plaque The American Xeague flag optimistic ,Al Lopez could still Colavito's 34th homer gave the Howard blanked the Angels on

Club swim team had its 11th bearing the name of the swim- Po4X31 run: got stalled under:a'':tarpaulin see-a ray of hope after rookie A's a 7-6 verdict. one hit until the seventh, when

annual awards banquet. I mers and Coach Bill Harlan. 'x'.YO Tuesday night 'When, it:resumes Bruce Howard and relief ace The White Sox foiled Chance's Willie Smith singled and Bob

Hope was honored as state Winning green jackets were .tonight one of;the entries H 0 Y t' .Wilhelm outdueled bid for victory No. 21 with two Rodgers drove him in with a

champion in the 100-yard but Leslie Sloan, Elizabeth Pooley will be missing. And. by,Thursday lr1>ana. single. WUbehn came on and
the first
terfly, 13-14 year age group, Tam Hope, Dixie Cox, Carol evening, it could be all "U :the Tigers: can. give us :sixth-inning Pete Ward's runs homer, and the didn't allow another hit, having

and district champ in the 100 Hanes, Cindy ,Clardy, Cindy some help and maybe beat the I Howard's first victory in two
unearned result of
freestyle, 200 individual medley Mizell Daryl Crow; Edie Cof-, over.While rain at New York 'and ,Yankees,two,or three times," second two-base as a decisions.r .
Jim Fregosi's error.
and 100 butterfly. He also was rin then
Summerlin Debbie '
Baltimore delayed. 1M Orioles' manager Lopez said,, "then the
named Most Valuable memberof Sloan, Lee Coates, Bryce Ed- rt 4. 4iyt pursuit the ;Yankees Tuesday .Yankees will have> to dig deep 22nd Homer

the talented squad. monson, Joe Smith Mike Sloan, night; the Chicago' White 'Sox for, pitchingagainst Cleveland.If Ward led off the inning with

Lee Coates also received a John Clardy, Whit Courtney, \ climbed into the runner-up ,spot, we're still alive, say by Saturday his 22nd homer, only the seventh -

i I district champion award for Tommy Smith, Mark Montgomery r 2'h games behind 'the Yanks .we'll, take our chances. off Chance in 2771-3 in-

his victory in the 10-and-under Jeff Montgomery, B ice x'W and one-half ,game in front .of Anything can happen." nings. Bill Skowron reachedScribe I i \\
Joe Smith
50-yard freestyle. Hope and Forest Hope. the Orioles nipping the :Los

was another state champ, Sandy Stringfollow was nam- Angeles :Angels .and "Dean: '
claiming first place in the 11-12 ed most improved diver, Diane I
age group 3-meter diving. Scott .and 'Forest Hope were yn Chance 21. \; / I Likes '. .
.Doable ,Up:.' ', CJll4Lrt
stars presentedto
Captain were most
helpful Dixie
Cox''was ,
met' f' 4 But the White-Sox,four down
Diane Scott and Forest hardest worker and ban Jones STATE SWIM CHAMPS RECEIVE AWARDS in 'the. lost 'column with':four .

) Hope given, to and those the who Genovar have Award finish- was most improved swimmer. .. Bice Hope (L), _Butterfly; Joe Smith, Diving games:to play, canoDIy'watch I Auburn OverUpset : 0

.fOr the:next'two'dayswho LIQUORS
ed their eligibility, was award andpray: ;
I ,! ,the Yankees: double ;up
ed Forest, Mark Montgomery .
their efforts-to'naiLa-fifth.: -consecutive 114 S. Main St.

and Dick White Olinger.Jackets Gwin Turlington Share pennant: '_ .,. 'Cats Phone 372-6951
Yankees whose twi-nignt
White jackets, given to those The. ,
doubleheader with Detroit: was -
who qualified for the state meet Prices Good Thru Sot.
with :'theWashingtonBaltimore
' for the first time, went to Lee 'washed out along By HAROLD CLAASSEN back Scotty Glacken and end
I Coates, Cindy Cross, Claudia Lineman of Week Honors ., ,NEW YORK (APFootball, Chuck Drulis give Duke a potent
Cleveland-Boston single games I
I Smith, Martha Elfe, Ed Ellett, II III consecutive :4win- bills says Coach Bill Tate of Wake battery.
win play
II Ross Zeanah, Bryce Edmonson, tonight and Forest, is. ,a game played by To Come Back
" the Tigers :
I Than Jones, Susan Feeh an, '1 against: men endowed with pride and Penn State time Is Money \
i over Oregon:
By Thursday.afternoon.
j Jane Powers, Steve Gresham, I WOODS again-took I top honors for his remind you that it was the York's ant-<::1inchingmagic' good habits. Rarely does a Rip Engle SAVE

I'!' Kathryn Lowry, Pam Moore, I Son Sports Writer "Both boys certainly have likes of Turlington and Gwin New number'pent is four any '. Forecasters have pride, too, coached team lose three in a TJME HERE

P i Jim Barkley and Sandy String- Two Gainesville seniors, each been, a big asset .to the teamso that held the number two ranked combination of Yankee victories but some of them have bad row and twice-beaten Penn

; fellow. anchoring key positions on the far this year _and we hopeto team in the state Robert E. defeats habits _-Such as not:believing State now plays its home OPEN
BaltimorfrCMcago open-
{' Chevrons, for those who qualified -defensive Headhunters ,unit. see' continued improvement Lee of Jacksonville .to 63 yards and 1 = :so ='a tWoday: what they see. That's the reason 8 ..11I. to 10 p.m.

f before, to put on the jackets share honors for Lineman of from them," 'remarked head rushing two weeks ago. totaling four := would end for an average of .717 in .lastweek's er.Ohio State over IndianaThey Mon. thru Thurs.
Cindy the Week today after coach Jim sweep of .the''Tigers: 8 ..11I. to II p.m.
Leslie Sloan turning Niblack. .
went to Others .
I' who received special < picks. don't give you a uniform at Ohio ,! .
in it. Fri. and Sat.
Mizell, Daryl Crow, Edie Cof- an outstanding job against Hitch Hikes mention for '
their line dur-
play Of State unless
I Ray Hope With as much pride as you are 6-2 and
rin Tam Hope, Cindy Clardy, pesky Palatka. Gwin, ,who resides in Waldo, ing:last week's contests included 'The White Sox:: aren't ,sched-. I',ever,.but hopefully with better weigh at least 200. Indiana stilla
Mizell Mike Sloan, Lis e n Chris Gwin, 178, and Dale .
Al chooses
hitchhike home : Tommy Thomas, Starke; j I habits here are this, week'swinners year away from the top in the O
Summerlin Dixie Cox, Debbie Turlington, 192; proved their ,
every,afternoon rather than takea Roger Wood and Dale Stone, : Big Ten.
Sloan Forest Hope, Larry mettle last week as the Purple .
school bus
and miss practice.And North.Marion; Kenny Williams
I Texas Illinois
The Northwestern
over Army: Longhorns' over :
Brasington, Dick Olinger, Mark Hurricanes held Palatka to one for the local Lake
who Butler Stevens
Montgomery, Diane Scott, John touchdown and only four first have ; Danny AL BoxeKANSAS'CITY' I quarterbacking :corps isdepleted'but Dick Butkus, Illinois linebacker, OLD CROW
a short sta- Williston Homer
Whit downs. memory on ; Melgaard, Army doesn't have is as good,as he was last year Straight Bourbon
: *
Elizabeth Pooley,
Clardy, tistics it might be in order to Cross City.
!enough troops to win this'stir. when he was All-America. Ton
Courtney, Robert Scott, B ice Gwin, a middle guard on the MiNNSoT.A' $4295th

Hope, Joe Smith, Tommy Headhunters specialty team', krkM r ., : ,abrb IIIC'PM'rls !mish. Myers is Northwestern's only
, and had 10 out of 13 tack *s 7 132 Btthca 2b '1111VersalUs Southern California over threat.
Smith, Jeff Montgomery possible ss i 01 1 I
Carol Hanes. les in last Friday night's game. Stengel Agrees Causey Stall cf'2t> 4 4100 2 24Colavlto Olive rf 'I 1 1 Michigan State:' The Spartansare North Carolina State over SEAGRAM'SGIN

New AwardA The stocky senior, who missed Gentile Ib rf 5121 4000 KUlebrew Mtacher b.-tf i.' 0 1 0 1 0 1 I' big but slow. At least, they Maryland:, State is one of the

new award this year was playing football last year, also Charles Reynolds 3b .*7010 1"1 0 Battey Han cf.'C. r 3120 1 3 0 win be too slow to catch the surprises of the young season. $ 49

the Green Jacket, given to recovered a Palatka fumble and Duncan c 3000 Grant;prZlm'man 0000aooo likes of Mike Garrett. Alabama over Vanderbilt: 3 5th

scored from inside the fiveyardline. To Fourth TermNEW Mathew Bryan ph pr 1010 01 O' RQllna 3b c 41 JO Likes Auburn Vandy has a fair defense but no

0 Edwards c. '1 00. Boswell p 2110 Auburn over Kentucky: There offense; Alabama has Joe Na-

# Tarf Krausse bull p ph 1 1000 0 0 0 Kostro Perry pWardph ph 1000 l' 1 1 are ,both hills and valleys in math. I
Bowling 10 Tackles
, YORK (AP) .-' At the "I don't have to say." Aluslk ph ph '1000Jimenez 1000HarMson ,Gory!.ph .. 10 1000 t 0 Kentucky. Last week the Wildcats I

Turlington, a tackle, was allover ripe old age of 74, Casey Stengel An educated guess set his ph O. 0 0 Henry ph. 000., were on a hill as they

StandingsROYAL Citizen's Field last weekas has agreed to a fourth term,as salary at $90,000 but, like most O-D-gho Talals p U 1500 7 It 7{ Totals;; ,"'574134 knocked off Mississippi. This

I he accounted for 10 out of 14 manager of the cellar-chained sports salaries this'was purelyan Kansas CityMMOMll ;-2S: a'ra OOt'ooi-' *} time, Jimmy Sidle will put them
..::.:.: 0-000-4 BuyU.S.
possible tackles. Defensive line York .
New Mets.
POULTRY COFFEE LEAGUEs estimate. lathe valley despair.. :
.W L coach Bobbie Joe Erwin had I e-Chartes. Krausse.:pP-Kansw City ROYALTIRES
I 6 Capons 11 1 The announcement, at a Tuesday Looks to Future 2. Minnesota }. LOB-Kansas ,.City' .f. ,Arkansas over Texas 'Chris- j
1 4 high praise for both boys after! came Minnesota 16. tian: The Arkansas line is too
r No. 3 Chicks 5 noon press conference Eternally for 2B-Ca"'lNfterf. 2;, Nen '3II--MJn her.
1 a manwho.has'
f No. 0 Fryers 7 5 reviewing films of the Palatka .old Case but young Halt HR Stahl 2 (2) Cet ylto (34). SB- powerful for the Frogs.
, No. 4 Broilers as no'surprise'to been in baseball since Verges. L.5F-M11fCher.. -,,
6 4 contest. ", R. It.. II SO Michigan over. Navy: Even if
No. 2 wings apparently it jolted some of-his I IP
No. 1 Fowls 6 6 1910, Stengel looked hopefully to Krausst..,.: 313"i' 42. ..1' 2
No. 10 Pin Feathers 6 6 I Turlington, said coach Erwin, listeners.' 1. the future' Wyatt, ... t-3. ,. o-1 Roger staubach, Navy's great
No. a Good Eggs 4 successful in Dra owsk..1 4 2 2 1 1 ,
No. 5 Drum Sticks 3 was especially "Were you surprised?" a man "I think, we are starting on Santiago .......... 1 O' 0 0 0 1 quarterback, was 'at his physical -
Pluckers 2 10 making key tackles and ........ f0. 1
No. 1 Chicken up Bowsfield 2 1 I best the Wolverines would Available At'NEIGHBORHOOD
Rtsults with ,a microphone asked Sten- :the right course, he said, referring -Stock ....... 2 1" 0 0 3 3
down the Hurricane
Chicks 3. Wings 1; Drum Sticks 2. to the announcement 0'D'ghue. W 10-13 5. 2. O. 14 be' a slight'choice.. And with.
Broilers 2; Capons 4. Chicken Pluckers wall. The likely college prospect gel."I Boswell .....,.. i 4i 1.4 2 4 Staubach limping there is
0; Fryers 4. Good Eggs 0; Fowls 2. think was," said Case. that i Bing Devine and Eddie Perry .i:..... 313 '0 '1 1 2 2 no
Pinleathers 2. also sees ample duty on you Worthington .. 13-2 1. 1 0 1 other choice.
offense with the Movers.I I "Why should ,I. be? You don't Stanky, late of the St. Louis Plels ..;". +...,. 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 1
JUNIOR LEAGUE Cardinals had'' the Mets'i Klippstein......., 23 1' O' 0' 1 0 Purdue over Notre Dame:
..W L Along with several other know my business. I get paid by joined Arrlgo..... 1 J3Stabler 0. 0
Filling Pins 0 who understand line rant:office..Devine will be an ... ....*.. 2 0 0- : I : The inspired Irish were fortunate -
Gutter Dusters 4 0 fired up GHS linemen, Gwin people my i Kaat L 1710 ._.. 1 ,1Drabowsky 1 1 .0 0 in playing a below SERVICE CENTER
Alley Oops 3 I 3Pros and Turlington did their part of business. The people who assistant to. 'President George faced 2 men In ttfu par I
Rolling Stones 1 i Weiss and Stanky will be in HBP-By Kraussc (KHtebrew). By Dra- Wisconsin team in their opener.
0 4 I in seeing' that Palatka only employ me own the ball club. bowsky (Oliva). WP=Worthlngton. T- ,
0 4 I The Boilermakers are'tough.Duke' 637 N.W. 13th Street 372-0455
Busters charge of player development. 4:50. A-2.W I
Results gained four first downs (two No radio station owns it. .
Filling Pins 4. Pin Busters 0; Gutter ) In typical Stengelese he said I "Certainly we have improved Night Game over : Quarter-
coming on penalties as they
Dusters 4. Pros 0; Alley CooPS 3. Rolling ": said LOS ANGELES CHICAGO
Stones 1. fell to the Hurricanes.i i his new one-year'contract called Stengel. "We abffcWPlersall :. ., ', .abihbMcCraw --- -

SHERIFF'S SENIOR According to the grading of for a '"very splendid 'raise." have pitchers that other managers Fregosl cf ss 3000 4000 If. 40,00 4010Bufodlb .

.W* L 0 the GHS Jacksonville Lee When be leas.Basked.how much want to ownership of.They'must'be Smith IfClinton 4110 Wels 2bRob'ioorf. 0000 TOWN TIRE CO.

Animals Rolling Stones 3 I 1 game films last week Gwin "splendid" .'meant he; replied better. I've got rf '4010 3011' Ward JtSkowron. 3055Rodgersc 4 1 21
! Sandbaogera 2 2 some men who actually can Torres 3b: 3000 Ib 2000 _605 N.W..8th AVENUE PHONE FR 6-9090
Split Personalities J 2 i I Satrlano tb 2 0H'sIID'g'r rf,01 0 0
Hornies 3 pitch nine innings. Now they are Knoop 2b. 2000'Hansen ss. 4021Parson
Royal. Four 0 4 calling us and asking about ph 1000.Berry tf 3000 YOUR B. F. GOODRICH DEALER
Results Notre Dame Unleashes : up Koppe 3b 0000 Landis tfCarreon 0000
Rolling Stones 4. Royal Four 0. Anl- our. playrs. Chance p 2000 c 3090
mats 3. Hornles 1; Sandbaggers 2. Split Schaal 2b 1000 Martin c 0000
Personalities 2. "Evidently the Philadelphia Howard p 3000M

I MOOSE MIXED Most Powerful' DefenseBy .' pitching blowed. And Milwaukeedoesn't Total Mill... ..._Tatals. .lit_ '
..W L Let Angelasdiktat MO eoo 10
have the best -k. 'YOU BEAT THIS DEAL
i.. No. 3 11 1 pitching ,.>...". .,. $0000211x2EFregosl CAN'T -
No.5' 3 staff in the league." 2. DP-..Chicago \. LOB Los
0 4 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Irish rolled 419 yards '
No. 2 ; up I Donald Grant chairman of Angeles 4. Chicago 7._ -. s
No. 1 7 5No. 2a-Rodgers McCraw. MR.-. Ward. (22). .
5 7No. compared to 550 for Dartmouth, .- ,
6 the Mets
When Notre Dame dumped the board, said never S-Rodger "
5 1 IP K, R. E*. BB SO -
No. 7 3 Wisconsin ball-carriers for a net and 516 for Southern Mississippi had any intention of hiring any- Chance L JO-, "I 1 5 I' 1 2 RETREADS
No. 4 0 12 Brvnet.... ...2 0 0 0 1 .1 on
else but did talk to one or 95
Results loss'of 51 yards in carries in body Howard W 11, 61:3 ,3 1 1 2 i $
No.2', No. 6 Os No. 3 4. No. 7 0; two men who might be availableif Wilhelm.. ..._ 22.3. 0 0 0 ,2
No. 51. No 4 0; No.12. Na 12; rolling to a 31.7 victory last Nebraska, last year's leader retire. WP-Chance. PB-Marten. T-2:22. A-
Casey decided to 9.100. Modem Automotive Designs with new
NIGHT OWL .W L Saturday, the Irish put up the in rushing; averaged 422 yardsin

Gold Edwards Coast BMg Restaurant Supplies. Inc. 10 11 5, most powerful defense against total offense in two games.I DepartmentStores types suspension systems demand an .
improved tire tread.
Motel 10 f rushing in a season since
Manor opener The other leaders have played
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Johnson & Paris 10 4 I t (Many Other SusincssM T *) I
Cornell stopped New York Uni : You'll onthe special package Insvranc
Pepin one game. save money offers .
Wlllllms-ThomAS funeral 1 versity for minus 62 yards in I '. "' plans we have for yours and other!specified busi Town Tire Company now a .. EXCHANGE
Central Fla. Office Supply I S nesses. Your premium Is discounted when.we greup- -
retread with '
U.s. Army R.O.T.C S Utah State, the nation's scoring -I your present policies Into a .package plan.' scientifically designed :
Clark's Barber Supply Stop 7 ,S 1948.Notre leader in,1961 ,and 1963, is I:.,,. Can tomorrow and start saving now*.' extra tread on the ,shoulders. .; PLUS TAX

Alachua Hughes General Hospital 4 12 Dame also appeared back on'top again after a crushing -I Kirkpotrick & Edmonson

Park Lane Cafeteria Results 4 12 high in two offensive categoriesin 764 defeat of ;New Mexico Insurance, Inc., !! AVAILABLE. IN'i

Clark's Barber Shop 4. Alachua General the first NCAA major college State..The Stags now have a 42-I H i .
I Hospital 0; Gold Coast 3. Manor 3 IN. MAIN,:ST. ) 372-1431$ ifp'i? :" : /' 'T'
Motel 11 Central Fla. Ottlce Supply 3. statistics of the season .announced point averagft for two games. .FOLLOWING SIZES Y 2"
Park Lane It Edwards 3. Pepin It Wil today by the National,I fd' _,;:!t", '
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WI. The Irish were second to Bay j 600-13 4 f

Ace Farnsworth Electric Oil Co. 11 S 4 1 lor in team. passing, 270 to 371 j fp'

Bank of Newberry 7 5 yards and fourth behind Dart. ; 650-13 ;
cotton'S Mln.e-Mart 7 5 i
So. Atlantic Oil Co. 4 4 mouth, Southern Mississippi,' f A,
Butler's Radiator f 5 2 10 7Chandler's' and Nebraska ,in total OUense.1GoH H MY 700-13

S. E. Sapp's Real Estate 2 10
Results : 520-14
Bank of Newberry .. Chandler's 0. ,
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Moose 1 4 the nine'' and 18-hole 8 P M THURS. _
Pepin Distributors 7 5 ..ThursIday ,; 550-15 Race Track ? r
Ironwood Golf Club 4 4 groups will be in action : ,
V 4 4 as' the Gainesville Golf and 1 560-15 Proved _
Kl"-ttrlck t. Pierson. Inc. 5 7 _
Vlil 4 1 Club has its second .
Country f
Central Fla.Pharmacy. Till Rtsvlts I Marble 3' week of ladies golf.action., ,I' .. 590-15 _

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group 600-15 Ii-
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Wednesday, Sept. 30: 1964 Coinesville Sun J It"" II 1

L BUSINESS MARKET t $ Tax $ $ 'Year

wr REPORT ;... I

LW REVIEW V vIT eludes Masonite oak paneling, Of Ripe

vinyl tile floors, new counters
. High High Spgs. and dividers and flouresce t I

I i tax is d o an 1- Neiv City Hall lighting.Part of the old city clerk's office LeafTobacco

Living Cost has been partitioned off]

to the I for the police chief's quarters

Down From Readers' Request office: sidered too high-or beyond the and radio room.

a new city's means. The building project also in Had

give one I The lowest bid submitted on cluded installation of duct work
The following: market quotation the to Clou- for air-conditioning and heat, Good SeasonBy
Record High rt requested specifically by readers expen project, according
I of the Sun financial' page. The quotations STOCK LISTINGSPierce tier was $9,500. ing.In
art ,
The final cost to the city? I adopting their budget for JACK HORAN

J WASHINGTON (AP) -The ,WulbernMurphey actual I A total of $7,433, said Cloutier. the coming fiscal year, the city
costs addition the commissioners set aside $4,000 If the 1964 Type 14 tobacco
cost of living declined a tenth of ,II' The new to city
iJ.t I a per cent in August from the NEW YORK STOCK Matl Airl _.._ .80 53 Fla Tele -5- 28 Lou Clou- hall houses a conference room II to remodel the old commission season could be summed up in

L[ July record high, the Labor ,' EXCHANGE'Abbott N Y Cent .50g 45% Forrest Labs 21 out the and a fireproof vault for city meeting room and to aircondition two words, a Florida Agricultur.

r Department reported today. Lab 2.40 41% NiaMPow.2.00 56 Founders We 9 that glit records. The vault has one-foot the whole building. al Experiment Stations agronomist
I Allied Chem ___ 1.80 53 Norfolk W 6.00 135% Franklin We 59 wide block concrete walls anda i Cloutier said some citizens
This follows the usual trend would term it the
;{ Amerada Pt JZOSL 2.00 82% NoIndPS .l.48 65% Great American 12 un six-inch thick poured con- have come in to see just "where year
for August, reflecting lower Am Elc Pow 1.16b 46% No Nat Gas 1.80 54% Grolier S 39 crete ceiling. the money went" in the city of the "ripe leaf."

' prices for fruits and vegetables, Amer Enka 1.40a 66< Olin Math ___- 1.20 43 Gull Life -_-- 52 using its The old quarters of the city hall project. He said they all I
I'I' automobiles and women's apparel -Amer Hone 1.44a 63% OwensI1GJ2.50 108 Herff Jones -- 15 bids sub- clerk has received an exten- expressed approval when they Fred Clark, Experiment Stations -

i the department said. AmerMFdy .90 19 PacG&E.1.o0 32% Home Ins __ 68 were con- sive renovation job which in- saw the end results.Dock I tobacco expert, called

, The consumer price index of ArmcoStl3.00 72% Pac Lting --- _- 2.40 30 Kennasaw Life 10 the current marketing season a

t 108.2 for August was 1 per cent Atch Topka 1.20a 33% ,Pac T & T 1.20 28% Life of Fla ----8 StrikeThreatens I success and noted that it was

I higher than for the same month Baxter Lab .30 26% Pan Amer A __ 1.20 29% Lowes Company .- 19 and More !characterized by higher prices

I. a year ago and compared with Beckman In 68% Parke Dav 1.00 27% Milgo Electron _ 11 and buyer acceptance of tobacco -

108.3 in July. Beech LF S 1.10 49 Pennzoil U- 2.00 38 Mort Guaranty Ins __ 23 which had been mechanically -

I The index figure means that Bristol My __ .80 66% Pfizer ._-_- .80a 47%' Pacific SVf Air 32 I strung as well as bulk cured.A .
I in August it cost $10.82 to buy Brown Shoe 3.40 106 Phelps DG 3.00 73 Schlitz Brew 48 Meals

:; items that could be bought for Brunswick -- 8% Polaroid _. JO 163% Secur Life & Tr 64 I I At MidnightNEW brief review of the 1964 sea-

r $10 in the 1957-59 period,used as Cambell S 2.40 35% Pub SV E G 2.60 38% Southern Nitro. -_- 24 son showed that it opened on

a base of 100 in the price calcu- Carter Pdt __ l.OOa '16% Pure Oil -- 1.60 59%I Travelers Ins I 45 level mand but stretch the home- YORK (CAP) Presidential -a more optimistic view than in

J" lations. CaseJI- .. ?,__ 21 Rayonier 1.00 4B. Union Security & Inv. _._ 9 the home- maker's dollar, Berner said.E. mediators worked 1963 and spirited bidding lifted

The department added that Cessna Air _- 1.00 28% Rexall .__ .SOb 55% AMERICAN out- W. Eue, director, product against the clock today trying to the average prices per hundredweight -

1: most consumer goods and services -'Ches Ohio __ 4.00 77 Reyn Met! .SOb 34% STOCK EXCHANGE for the development, Green Giant Company prevent a strike by 60,000 dock for the flue cured

; have advanced in price Coas S Gas .- 30% Rich Merr _._ 1.00 57% on the Le Sueur, Minn., presented workers in ports from Maine to tobacco.
Ii'I since August 1963, while prices ;CBS 1.80b 42% R C Cola ___-_ 1.20 19% Aerojet-Gen market the story of boil-in-bag pack
Analex ......._ Texas at midnight.A .
,l.: have declined for several foods, Comb Eng --- .- 1.20 30% Roy Dutch 1.73g 46% Corp aging. He showed how premium Growers were elated when

i: new cars, fuel oil, and household Comsat Corp _______ 35% I Searle GD __ .90 63Y. Aurora Aqua Chem Plastics-. 25 16 vice- quality frozen vegetables in a walkout by the AFL-CIO prices frequently shot above
durables. ConeMills.80 19%i Singer -- 2.00 88% Research delicately seasoned butters International Longshoremen's the $70 per hundredweight
I I "The index often ContAin5- .40 21 Smith KLN 1.20a 60% Barnes Engineer __ 19 [ York au c e are put in flexible bo:1- Association would tie more mark. This action had a tendency -
more goes up
Butler Shoe 10
I down in August," said Arnold ContI Ins _. 2.20 59% Sou Cal Ed 1.05 3H4sf 14, of Food able pouches to insure uniform than 500 United States and for- to soften the blows of theU.
assistant commissioner Contrl Data .__ 91% Oil Cal 2.00 64% ChromaloyCinerama course at heating and retention of flavor. eign-flag ships.A S. Surgeon-General's report -
, Chase
Labor Statis- Corn Pdts __. 1.50 55% St Oil Ind __ 2.00b 8-1% that Discussing the nature of demand on cigarettes, proposals for
r of the. Bureau of Delta Air ---- 1.60 63% Sterl Drug ._ -_-___ .65 27% Computer Sci 22 foods Dr. H. G. Hamilton, head, partial break in the three- cigarette package labeling and
tics. "In the past 10 years it has Cutter Labs A 18
1 Det Steel __ .60 15% Texas Util ._-.------ 1.20 63 are de agricultural economics depart- month deadlock in contract reports of tobacco surpluses
I gone down 6 times. He said it Emerson El 1.00 43% Textron _.___ 1.40 49th Data Control 65 preparing ment, University of Florida, negotiations came early today which: had dominated the industry -
t[ probably would go up in September Fulton Inds ____ 9 when the news since Jan. 1, said
(1 Fair Camera ._ .50g 23% Tidewater .._ ----- 34% homemade said. employers accepted -
|i 1 because of higher prices Finan'l Fed ..__, 43% Trans W A __ 47Y. Gen Develop 5 4 to "All producers are interestedin with some modifications the Clark. I

I for apparel, food and gasoline. Fst Chartr 1.97f 31% Union Pac __- 1.6Oa 43 Jax Minit Mkts. -. 8 in better how the demand for pro- long list of settlement proposals
\ A drop in prices of fresh fruitst Fst. West Fin. 13% Und Air L ._ 1.SOb 49% Mackey Airlines --- 6 meals. ducts may be increased. We do made by the presidential media- When the selling season ended -

t and vegetables brought a decline Fla E Cst 13% Upjohn ----_-- -_ 1.00 50% Mead Johnson 16PacNWTele.22 food not know all the ways that demand tion panel. a summary report showed -
of three-tenths of 1 per FoodFair90 22% Jim Walter 24% the is increased." that tobacco growers in Florida -
' cent in food costs in August. Philips Elec ......------.I 45, The union negotiators rejected produced more than 22
FMC Corp 1.00 57% War' Lamb ___ .70 31% ad-
g pattern Dr. Hamilton suggested
: Seasonal increases in supplies Redwing Carriers 10 the package.The million pounds at an average
I Frito Lay _. 41% Worthintn 1.50 48% in the vertising and promotion as vehicles -
f'j brought sharply lower prices for Gen Tele .88 33% Xerox _- __ 124th Ric Group -S 3 for increasing demand. major obstacle to settle- price of $58.71 per hundred-
I R. Wts. 6 weight. These figures
potatoes grapes tomatoes, Ga Pac if _--- l.OOb 54 Zenith _-_ 1.20a 68% Sperr Increase in per capita income ment has been the proposal for compare
synony. with 25 mil-!
Syntex __ 60 the 1963 sales of
and cel -
green peppers, apples Oil .10g 25% demand reduction of the size of
Getty prices. A usually increase the gradual lion at
OVER THE COUNTERNEW Tampa Elec 26 pounds $56.74.
ery. The decline in potato priceswas Grace Co _....._ l.OOb 54% --- and work from
I YORK AP) The following bid Tech Measur ._ 18 States De for better grade products general cargo gangs
the first since November Hel Curtis .- ------. .80 14% and asked quotations, supplied by the TWA Wts ---T- 28 shows lower the demand for lower 20 to 17 men in exchange for a Clark said a principle factor
National Association of Securities Deal
IBM 5.00 437% labor-sav grade products, the economist guaranteed annual wage for for the reduction in
1963.Meat ---- ers. Inc. do not represent actual transactions ValsparNYSE 7 : yield was
prices advanced seven- Int Min C __ l.SOa 11% but are the NASD's estimate .
of the range within which these securI- food pre said.Over longshoremen.The due: to a 10 per cent cut acreage -
tenths of 1 per cent, as further Int Tele __ 1.00 56% ties could have been sold (bid) or MUTUAL FUNDS the the past 25 years the allotted by the federal gov-
increases were reported for Kellogg ._ _._ .80a 47 bought (asked): Affiliated Fund .- In many cost of marketing food has in- union has held fast ernment. Other factors which

fresh beef and pork. Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Alico Land 93/4 I Capital Life & Gr food not creased about $30 billion, Ham- against any cut in work gang trimmed the yield were dry

On the whole food prices in Letton In _...... 1.98f 73 Amer Fidel Life -- 23% Divers Growth --- de ilton pointed out. w*ather conditions and hail
August were off eight-tenths of Lone S CM __ 1.00 21% Amer Heritage 23%' Dividend Shares ---- size.Thief d i nage.

a per cent from a year ago, with Marsh Fid -- 1.60 48% Amer Mat Ins -- 21% Dreyfus Hits
I,I potatoes despite the August Martin M _-- .- 1.00 '19 Amer Pioneer Life __ 77/ Fidelity Capit .' Book The agronomist reported that

: drop, 30 per cent above last McGR Hill ,_._ .60a 35% Anheuser Busch ---, 57% Fidelity Fund _ buyers generally accepted me-

I year and coffee up almost 25 Mead Corp __ 1.70 47% Anodyne ---S S 4 Fidelity Trend _ Scrap FirmA chanically strung as well as
I' cent. j Vferkd 2.00a 43% Citizens Bank _ :rrConn Fund'tal Invest .--- .r'M Tale Dulk-cured tobacco. Both were
,,, per 1964
In than in
Lt & Pow 37y4 Income of Boston methodical burglar escap- in greater use
963 and less criticism was
I I Bowles Mag & Pb 11% Incorporated Inc ,to the history of 'North east ed with $206 In cash and whiskyin heard from the buyers. More
' 29I Dunn & Bradst -- 61% Keystone K-2 --- 1924" by 'Florida. became, a robbery at Gainesville
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, SEPT. The original tobacco was bulk cured and
Florida Gas 10% Keystone 8-3 -
(d New York T1 _- edited by in recent years an expens i v e Scrap Iron 930 SW 3rd St., poke he "S" (slick) symbol was not
Bank S-4
Fla ,Nat'l 64 Keystone
I' High Low Close Net Chg. Life Investors Universi facsimi and almost unobtainable volume reported today. ised too frequently, mainly because -

2S Rails 146.48 145.12 145.87 Off .02 Life Stock Fund _ ). The thief apparently enteredthe of the ripe leaf.
Industrials 894.96 884.76 .889.86 Up 1.22 Late .MorningN.Y. Mass. Inv Stock .
25 Davis seemed to have had a office by breaking locks on i The Florida market closed
_ 50 Stocks 520.72 514.94 517.86 Up .60 Mass. Inv Growth classic with only 1.74 per cent of type
k for the dramatic anec- outside and door. Once
nose : an gate
Pioneer Fund .
Listing --- local or 114 tobacco purchased by the
Puritan Fund should be dote. One example is the following inside, police said, the intruder ,P r ice Stabilization Corpor-

! FLASHES STOCK AllisChal 22 IntPap 36% Putnam Growth that I account of an epidemicin broke into a coke machine, tion. This is in contrast to recent -

MARKET Alcoa 65% Jones&L 85 TV & Elec most 1854 which found the citizens -cracker machine, office desk news from Types 12 and

AmCan 44% KaisAl 32% Vaue Line Inc -- the gate- of Jacksonville technical. and a closet. 13 tobacco (North and South

AmCyan 59% Ken'cott 92% Wellington Fund town, and ly, if not officially, in a shoot Carolina) production areas
I NEW YORK (AP) Stock AmMot 17% Lig&My 84 MOST ACTIVE community ing war with the United States: His loot included $26 in small vhich indicate average purchases -
Dow Jones Stock
market higher Averages
r averages this afternoon in a AT&T 69 Loch'd 37% Comp. Vol. Close of the rest "Twice (before) had Jacksonville change, $150 in bills and six by the corporation range

; scrambled early list. Trading was Previous Day | 2nd Hour | AmTob 35% Lorillard 44% 135,100 Tex Gulf Sul 62% up 1 suffered from diseases in- bottles of whisky valued at $30. rom 14 to more than 30 percent
AmpxCp 18% Mag'vox 29% _ troduced from outside sources, as of Sept. 28.
t moderately active. 875.74 | 30 Indust. I up 1.36 Anaconda 54 MplsHon 123% 103,000 Sunray Dx 34r. up In another robbery, a thief
Formost Dair 13% 1 so when the yellow fever broke Clark said that sales h 0 11-
f: General Motors lost a frac- 217.75 j 20 Rails I up 0.33 Armour 49% MM&M 57V8 95,400 up with a yen for pleasant living
I, tion as the strike against GM Babcock 35% Mons'to 85% 83,900 Gen Refrac 20% up 1 Sun out in Savannah in the summerof broke into Parker's Bar B days in these production areas
152.73 15 Util. 0.10
whileIi ( I up 54,500 Pure Oil 59% up 1854 the citizens determinedto are being required to permit
; moved into its sixth day B&O 40% MontWd 39% Que, 1214 NW 5th Ave., taking
309.81 | 65 Stocks I 0.43 49,900 Ford Motor 58% up he corporation to have time to
other auto stocks were steady up BethStl 41% NatDair 82% keep it from coming to this 70 pounds of barbecued ribs,
:" to a little higher. 5,080,000 ] Volume I 2,020,000 Boeing 67 NatDist 27% 48,300 Ampex Corp 18% up place at all hazards. The authorities -a radio, a box of cigars and edry their stocks of leaf. This
issues 48,300 Curtis Pub 13% the obacco will re-enter the market -
Steels, retails, aerospace Borden 77 N.AmAv 50% prohibited Savan- 40 records.
\, and rails were narrowly Brunswk 8% Penney 59% 43,300 RCA 32% up _ nah steamers stopping or even at a later date.

'I t mixed. Tobaccos drifted off on erage at noon was up 1.36 at CaterTr 35% PRR 38% 41,600 Chrysler 62% up passing by on their way up the i Value of the missing items Consequently, pointed out

(: balance. 877.10. Celanese 68% PepCola 59% 38,000 Mont Ward 39% up (St. Johns) River, as it was was estimated at $194. Clark, surpluses will continue

.' The trend was a shade higher Chrysler 63% PhilMor 79V4 37,900 McDermott 35 up thought that yellow fever mightbe Investigation of both cases to remain a basic threat to
l, among chemicals, oils and nonferrous Chrysler gained a fraction CocaCola'135V. PhillPet 53%: 37,800 Sunshn Mng 34% off 1 introduced in that way. Captain will continue. ound marketing.

I metals. while Ford and Studebakerwere CornEd 53% RCA 32% 37,500 United Fruit 20% off 1 Nick King, of the Savannah -

t The Associated Press average,' firm. ConEdis 94% RepStl 49% 37,100 Reading 1st Pfd 17 up steamer, carried the mail, Speaker Set Looking back over the season -

I of .stocks. at noon was up .3 at ContCan 48%' Revlon 37% EXCH J and he laughed at the proclamation Clark said that Type 14
Occidental Petroleum AMER STK
I rails ran up have met the
326.6 with industrials up .7, of the citizens obacco growers
DowChe 74% ReyTob 443's prohibiting
about 2 points and Getty Oil ACTIVE STOCKS Student For Waldo PTA
odds such
I up .2 and utilities off .1. duPont StRegP 33% the passage of steam hallenge against as
gained a point. Sunray DX Oil 2fl7ik Volume Close Kennedy
industrial unfavorable climate, disease
The Dow Jones av- Seaboard 54% ers by Jacksonville, and passed
held of about point. EAL 32 .60% 2 of WALDO-William S.
a gain a 128,700 Syntex Corp up (Tiny) md glommy news. He said
% heedless of the warning. A
Sears 123
E.Kodak 134 par- '
i Pure Oil was up a fraction.J. 56,700 Brazilian Tract 3% up at Talbot Alachua County school have again produced
they crops
of citizens then old
Firestone 44% Sinclair 46% ty got an
TaxI 51,600 Cinerama 4 up superintendent-elect, will be with good ripeness, aroma and
Boat Ray McDermott a heavily FlaPw 51% Socony 84% condemned cannon, took it to
TWA -Wts29% up a group of speaker at the Waldo reflected
40,300 the guest lavor-which was by
traded gainer Tuesday rose 1 FlaP&L 82% SouthnC 64 the river bank at the foot of
I Apache Corp 11% up 1 School PTA meet- demand.
34,100 represen- Junior High buyer
to a new high. Hunt Food rose Ford 58% SperryR 14% Catherine Street and loaded it
; Take Given 1 to 33 on 3,100 shares. FrmstDa 13% StBrand 75% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS universities invited with 32-pound shot. About dark ing tomorrow night ,I Clark urged Florida growers

,( Industries FreptSul 42 St 0 NJ 87% Purchases B. John- the steamer hove in sight coming The meeting will start at 7:30' o strive to make 1965 another
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Dymo was lipped FruehTr 33% Studebak 6% Short Sales up the river close in on the banner year.
for loss. Xerox in on
new tax on pleasure boats a 3-point GenDyn 37% Swift 54 Other Sales ., opposite side. When in line with
I brought in $183,567 in its second continued display of weakness, GenEl 89% Texaco 83%' Total Sales reception the pointed cannon, the gun was
: six months of operation the slid more than 2. GenFds 91 Thiokol 13% at the fired, the ball passing throughthe Neurobiological Center

State Conservation Department Prices were mixed in fairly GenMills 43% UCarb 128%! PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK interest in forward gang-way of the I

reported. active trading on the American GenMtrs 99Vi UnitAirc 59% MARKET vessel The gun was rapidly I.
I who are Set at
Stock Exchange. Goodrich 58 USSteel 62 Advances loaded again this time with a Up Universityamong
divided $72,827
The was and
; money ,Goodyr 46% UnivMat 15% Declines __ six pound shot and fired; the
t. to the counties and $111,240 to Corporate bonds were mixed.' Greyhnd 23% Westg'el 40 Unchanged -_ know them just grazing the neck of a Negro The University of Florida to- educational institutionsin

I the state. U.S. government bonds eased.. Gulf Oil 59% WinnDix 38% Total Issues much as who was in the act of day announced establishment ofa the Southeast.It .

,\ Most of the first year's license IntHarv 83% Woolwth 29% New 1963-64 Highs said lighting a lamp. When it is con Center for Neurobiological will be under the office of
New 1963-64 Lows Sciences to come more firmlyto Vice-President for Academic
tax money was paid by boatmen Claim Congo IntNick 85, sidered that the muzzle of the
Pres- with the problems of Affairs Robert B. Mautz anda
in grips
in the first six months. gun was kept place and
request- disorders and mental board composed of the deanof
'j moved by a hand spike, this brain
I; From July 1 to Dec. 31 last Rebels Slain Pleads Innocent lead' was spectacular shooting. The health. the College of Medicine Dr.

year, boat owners paid $755,455, said he steamer made no more trips The center, established by George T. Harrell; provost of
of which the counties received BUKAVU, The Congo (AP- to stu. until the epidemic was declaredat President J. Wayne Reitz, the J. Hillis Miller Health

$523,245, the Conservation Department -Congolese army headquarters in In Morals CaseAug. a good!' an end ." will help bridge the gap be-'Center, Dr. Samuel P. Martin,
said.Broward Bukavu claimed its troops killed shown tween the .basic research scientist and College of Arts and Sciences
30 rebels Tuesday 20 miles west character, Richard Martin, a Jacksonville concerned the Dean Ralph E. Page. It
share of the
collections County's from Jan. 1 to June of the Kivu Province capital.It I STARKE Norman H. Willis 9,16, 20 and 21. in col- newspaperman and a distinguished causes of brain disorders and win operate through existing

30 this year totaled $10,429. was the first confirmationof I pleaded innocent to a mor- He has been free under historian in his own the clinical scientist concernedwith departments and draw faculty

rumors that rebel tribesmen als charge in plea day pro- of $500 each on each of i: Johnson, right brings the Davis history treatment.It and facilities from these de

Other counties and amounts: again were moving on.the.eastern four warrants.. at a into the context of today. Mar- brings together under for- partments.
Alachua $352 Bay $865, Bre- Congo city. A rebel attackon ceedings held here yesterday Yesterday, Willis through afternoon tin points out that Davis's work mal administrative procedure Co-directors named are Dr.

vard $2,911; Dade $9,712, Duval Bukavu was repulsed last before Bradford County Judge attorney pleaded not guilty remarks I was scarcely appreciated or i'researchers of the nervous system -Frederick A. King, associate

$3,655, Escambia $1,491, Hills- month. Many whites have fledto Tberon Yawn. the charges and asked for and talks' recognized in its day. Perhaps from the Departments of research professor of neuro-
borough $2,947, Lee $2,203 Leon Willis had been arrested Sept and the in the College of Medicine -
neighboring Rwanda. preliminary hearing. Robert it will gain a place today as Anatomy, Physiology surgery
$607, Monroe $1,763 Orange $3- 24 on fotr warrants charging I of La- a key volume in Florida's fabulous -Division of Neurosurgery in the and associate professor of
$561, Manatee $1,717, Marion Military authorities ,said the him with "using lewd and lascivious Judge Yawn said it was and Ambas-- historical parade. It is College of Medicine, and the psychology in the College of

200, Palm Beach $5,329, Pin- clash with the rebels resulted language over a tele usual to conduct a At the more than a good reference Department of Psychology in Arts and Sciences, and Dr.

ellas $5,386 Polk $2,659, Putnam from a probing action by the phone." The warrants were issued hearing into an alleged the e nt's book;' in it there are many the .College of Arts and Sci Donald C. Goodman, professorof

$429, St. Johns $240 St. Lu- Communist-backed insurgentsand on complaint by Mrs. meanor but granted will act hours of fascinating browsingfor ences. anatomy in the College of
Semi. that another attack was Inez Starling who charged the and said a hearing would effort Medicine. i
cie $623, Sarasota alleged offenses took place on held soon. I students. any history buff. The center is a pioneer

D0jt $660, and Volusia $1,491. likely. "

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Dove Hunt I I Claims We're Still 'Radioactive' 'M

,. i.wi Time Near
1l MIAMI (AP) The increasein 'o Commoner, professor of plant Commoner said had biological as the revolution in physics has

7) y # I radioactivity from nuclear] physiology and chairman of the science been able to keep pace given us the power to produce ,.J
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor- "will be reflected in with physical science In the development -
explosions executive committee the De- massive nuclear explosions, so
4 L 1! y ;: VEd4kt1 ida's 1964 migratory dove hunt- an elevated incidence of here-{, partment of Botany, said the of nuclear power per- parallel revolution in chemistry
Saturday defects -hundreds of j haps such widespread testing
at ditary -
ing season opens noon
N. has the ability to -
Eskimos absorb the radioactivi given us synthesize
and fallout have I
in 63 'counties. generations to come, a, noted resulting might an enormous number of
1'z scientist said Tuesday. ty by eating the meat of caribou been avoided.He : valuable new organic com-
The Florida Game'andFresh Commoner of which feed on lichens. '
Barry said the same problem existed -pounds. j
: Water Fish Commission said Washington ,University in St. He said studies have shown now in the field of water'I
hunting would be allowed daily Louis said if nuclear testing that humans also are being subjected pollution and insecticides.He "As in the case of nuclear

1fx ,<... from noon. until sunset until which released Carbon 14 and to radioactive Iodine 131 I power, there has been an intensive -
other radio isotopes into the 90. cited the disagreement on! social demand for the ex
and Strontium
N 8.Hunting. ,
w rz v-o atmosphere, bad.not been halted the cause of fish kills recentlyIn ploitation of this new chemical

s a is closed in Brevard, .by the treaty,.matters wouldbe "The significance of this sud- the Mississippi River. capacity. As a result, many of
;; t den intrusion of radioactivitycan these materials-pesticides, her- a
Flaglsr, Volusia and St. Johns significantly worse. "Despite deep-seated disa- .
visualized bicides and industrial
be by'compar detergents ,
counties, in Sumter county Commoner addressed the gen- greement between the disputing
ing it with the world supply of by-products have been introS,
north of State' Highway 48, in eral session of the 37th annual Radium before World War II- parties, two facts are clear and duced into our economy-and into h i
conference of the Water Pollu- fish have
Putnam County east of the St. a.few grams," be said. acknowledged: Many the environment-in massive
tion Control Federation.The
died River
and the
Mississippi J
Johns River and in Franklin'' amounts, said the professor.Just .
scientist said studies have "The amount of only one con- contains detectable quantities of i
1 s ; t County's Alligator Point. shown that lichens have an stituent of fallout-Strontium 90 several cholorinated hydrocarbon as in the case of nuclear t'}

The daily bag limit is 12; pos- enormous capacity to absorb -released by nuclear tests has insecticides and related organic debris, he said "our ability to l'i
.. fallout resulting in Alaskan Es- introduced into the environment compounds;!' he said. !i manufacture and use the new
,' ., session limit is 24 birds. kimos absorbing radioactive radioactity equivalent to about "Synthetic organic pollutants .materials has far outstripped

I tI L I Ii : Hunting licenses are available i Cesium 137 exceeding "the 31-I one billion.grams of Radium," of water were unknown 25 years I our understanding of the biological -
'I f g1 from county judges. low able. limits.- 'he said. ago," said Commoner. But just consequences.:'

\ Outstanding Newsboy I ,

.rI David Feather, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Feather, receives a
$25 savings bond in recognition of his being selected to represent Sun newspa-
perboys in the state finals of the Florida Daily Newspaper Association's "out SPECIAL HOUSEW ARE ;:y SAVBt
standing newspaperboy" contest. David, with his_ mother, is shown receivingthe T \
award from Bob Tartaglione, Sun circulation manager. He will compete with f
other boys from Florida for top prizes. .
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But Can't Do It HereBy i I

A. co stow

NORM LaCOE six months old when it comes \

: Sun Staff WriterA times to cast ballots, Carlisle ...
Tennessee coed who wants
to vote in Gainesville for Gold also advised that a regis-

water appealed to the Alachua tration supervisor may not be POWERFUL 6 TRANSISTORRADIO
County Commission Tuesday t tc absolved of responsibility if a
help her overcome the refusalof b person is willing to take the
the voting registrar to lather election oath. There is a duty
take the elector's oath. Y z not to permit it, if a prospec- aG.
The five man commission a y ...., tive voter does not qualify.

was sympathetic, but not encouraging 'If a person admits he does
to Miss Pam Robinson 4, not qualify to vote, even thoughhe
a student at the University ;- is ever so willing to take the -"' t\:'-" "J

of Florida. She was represented -' oath, the supervisor cannot allow -
by P. W. Thompson, him to take the oath," Car- /L
Gainesville attorney. I lisle explained. ;-9
Miss Robinson turned 21 years I 1 Thompson objected at this EVERY HOMESHOULD
old last January. She told the point, contending that students J
commission she wants to vote, trying to register in A1 I a c h ua HAVE ONE!

now that she is old enough. County are asked "loaded ques- Slumberest Carlyle F
A -
She said she is one of many; tions.

US students who have been de Li" + He challenged whether stu- .1 HURRICANES
nied the opportunity to register dents, who are unsophisticatedin AUTOMATICELECTRIC
by Mrs. Alma Bethea, supervisor i"i the law, should not be allowed -
of voting registration 1 i to answer a simple di-
/ for Alachua County and the City; rect question ,about their in-
i of Gainesville. tention to reside permanently."But .

After hearing comments by I believe to begin with
Thompson County Atty. Wayne --->>. -- they (registration officials) 1 COMPLETE
Carlisle and Mrs. Bethea the PAM ROBINSONCoed ask a lot of loaded questionSt
board took the' matter under would vote. t confound the students. s s WITH CARRYING -
committee study. They should ask directly." I CASE, EARPHONE
Since Mrs. Bethea is an lect- is depriving this person of her He said that if direct answers BLANKETFULL s AND

ed official, she need not answer constitutional rights If a leave doubt, only then should + 9-VOLT' BATTERY
for her official actions to the person is willing to stand up the supervisor inquire further. 4tns
county commission. The board's and take the oath, this relievesthe Mrs. Bethea told the com-

supervision primarily is limited "supervisor of responsibili- missioners she is prevented by $ i99
to budget matters. ty. law from registering many students SIZE =
, However, Miss Robinson and Carlisle advised the commission who want to vote. _
Thompson appealed to the he disagrees with Thompson She suggested the commis- 72" X 84" _
board as a panel of elected officials in part.Generally. sioners might recommend cor-
who are concerned about minors are considered -I rective measures to a Legislative SINGLE 90 DAY FULL GUARANTEE

voting rights. to reside where their par- interim committee study- CONTROLMode
The dispute concerned resi ents live, he said. ing election laws. u.* Uw CM ......,

dence. When an out-of-state student "I am heartsick over the fact .,.-..Ject fer PriNcr $ 99
Florida statutes provide one becomes 21 in Florida,. Carlisle that these young man and wom- of o soft, miracle blend of 80% rayon and 20% 2'/4" PM DCrHI 's.w '
may register who is a permanent added, it appears that the stu- en are'over 21 and cannot cotton, these unusually beautiful blankets offer the. ultimate XUrfc4mi
\ resident of Florida for a dent must form an intentionto register to vote.... But I havea in night-long stepping comfort. Just set the blanket
year, residing in the county for live in Florida. Simply be- legal responsibility (and) cannot control to the warmth you desire and automatically it Ni--:... Pi .P *t .f + ; .
six months. Electors must takean ing in the state is not enough.He go along with them in sign- adjusts to any changes in room temperature! You get up Automatic YhMM:C..tr.l OnlyFmrwfel I
oath as to residence. said that when a student ing an oath which might cause to three times the warmth of an ordinary blanket for Ltt CtumiHy D* if-' ;
Thompson told the commission goes; to register, if he only then I them to perjure themselves." little more than a penny a night! What's more, it's non- te.tk.r....... c.:.rrrlAt. c-. ,
the coed has lived in FlorIda becomes aware of the need to Mrs. Bethea said that when allergenic, mothproof, machine washable and features a Full!0"D.i .'....... ''''' ',
four years, and in the coun intend to remain in Florida, he Miss Robinson wanted to take 6" nylon binding for longer wear. With snop fit fastners; .: M ill'" .ti..i .. .
ty six months. may not qualify as a residentfor the oath, she already had said may be used either flat or fitted.

"She claims she is a permanent election purposes. That intention she did not' meet the require-
resident of Alachua County to be a resident must be ments of Florida law.

.t and the State of Florida .1 r
She offered to take the oath'
and was refused." SPECIAL SALEcirculating 20-GALLON GALVANIZEDGARBAGE

The attorney argued that the
Ii Florida Supreme Court has ruled oilQUAKER!
.1 that a statement about residence i ; '
by a prospective voter is CAN
the best evidence.

He said that when a person, 55,000 BTU

I o even a student, lives in Florida I t,
and intends to remain, this !
i .t
I is residence. j HEATERS ,i. 'fi v f ;r b c7

Miss Robinson, said Thompson i ii k !n. YY.1;. S wl .t $
i has lived in the county, with 10-year guarantee F k
may go to work here, and has
! on the fire pot and -
1 no present intention to move r aa I .'.
away."I I vapor rings.. is rr a: L 1fl I I t 4z III1 0 REINFORCED
say she is a permanent resident -: ONLY ii TWi e4 r5r TOP
her + t
of the county on say- i
so .If she is willing to take I DEEP '
I the oath, then the responsibili-i $ 72 85 1 REG. CORRUGATED

ty evolves on her The registrar -j i V y '. DOUBLE
is absolved ." I tHe $2.99
insisted she should be permitted i Model THB4010 -

to register. Thermostat Controlled Blower . $15 I ; f :r ii OFF-SET
I "I do not imply that the registrar 3 BOTTOM TO

,f is doing anything wrong," 10% DOWNan \ ? ih.1 y i a.;+< k .. ''zk .5 RESIST RUST
: he added. "But I believe the I Ii Oi1"Drum I
i students should receive more I t t'
sympathetic treatment. They' j STEEL
I 1
I have the legal right to decide I Stand55gcl. 12 Months To Pay r s .t r-
t :- Constructed of heavy gouge galvanized
where their permanent residence steel
will be." I' drum Many other. sires and I >= gS; : Y steel. Top reinforced by heavy steel
i Thompson added: I Sturdy steel styles of famous brand f' Y 55 rod. Deep corrugations., All 5-seams, ,
i T believe she (Mrs. Bethea) stand heaters to choose from S f- J4 J-: z double lacked.: __'

i All necessary.
: Fish Fry Set tubing! and We Sell & install

At Windsor I fittings Complete CENTRALHEATING: -::: u"w

fry WINDSOR the is scheduled Windsor- A this benefit Methodist, Saturdayat fish!!I I installation$22 lacttidiep FREE AH ESTIMATESCBBannoN DuctWork The Smart Place To Go. For Good Things mEal i w

Church starting at 3 pjn. I
Dinner prices will be $1 for Jr.S.E. t
adults'and 50 cents for chil
dren. The menu will 'Include ,, .

fish, cole slaw, hushpupples I 7th St. & 8th Ave. Phone FR 2-9561 -S ; S o< : 'S'! '.' ._ r ....-V'S .
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" STOCK YOU* NEW YORK-A Nassau Coun-

ty man surveyed his car the
other day and said: *"Two years
convenient, fast frozen tz old and it. looks like a heap.
meals if
;: iou'll I) hove time enjoy your you use
I into Every trip my wife makes to
?#i le 0 5 : _-..;< foods Freezingmore locks. the fresh taste. Easy to store, easy to prepare. Stock iSt0 the shopping center another
I, = : :: x f your freezer with these frozen bargains during Winn-Dixie's_ big fall frozen ;_, _. dent another swipe!"
food Sale.
His observation reflected a
widespread hazard in suburban
;II PAN-REDI BREADED FANTAILShrimp ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY living-the parking lot: at the
shopping center. Vehicular dam-
age on the centers' asphalt
21": 1 Milk 49 plateaus is mostly minor -

C crumpled fenders, dented bumpers -
I or scratched doors.
1. But the problem is so wide-
spread that the legislatures of
2 LB 39 RICH'S DIXIE IPRICH'S both New York and New Jer-

,1 /T 3 91 sey have been asked to act. The
ToppingPANREDI 17-0. executive committee of the
Safety Retailers' Organizationof
PEELED AND DEYEINED New Jersey has resolved to
Eclairs I 4 4-Ct. 49 initiate a special study of the
I PKG },,,h ShrimpTASTE 12-oz.Pkg.j $1'9r matter.

r RICH'S (FOR CEREAL OR COFFEE) :-. There is evidence that parking -
G r. lot accidents are increasing.
'' O' SEA BREADEDPerch STEAKS Sheriff Albert W. Skinner of Rochester
j: Coffee Rich PINT 29 reported an 84 per cent
2 PKG. 99 increase there in the last year.In .

,It PAN-REDI BREADED ROUND Paramus, N.J., where four
I' A LAMBRECHT CHEESE large shopping centers'on routes
4 and 17 have a total of 20,000
;!i Shrimp PKG.: 89 Ck079zS parking spaces, Lieut. Richard
I Shaefer of the police traffic division
BIG 2-LB. said such accidents had
I TREE TOP APPLE (See Coupon Next Page) gone from 291 in 1962 to 334 in
R T McKENZIEINDIVIDUALLY I 1963.[ This was nearly onequarter t
Juice 4 Cans 89 of all the traffic accidentsin
., the .
iF area.Generally
filt' : 1 FROZEN
, F f GREEN CUT CLARK'S CHOPPED SIRLOINSteaks however statisticsare
\? PEAS CORN S-Ct. not available. Operators of
51 shopping centers are reluctantto
l BABY BLACKEYE Pkg. discuss the matter. Local police
r LIMAS PEAS since they have virtuallyno
I VEGETABLES Speckled BUTTER traffic jurisdiction over pri
MIXED BEANSDINNERS vate property usually do not
j keep such records.
Insurance companies provideno
Taste 0' Sea 'HADDOCK ORANGE index because most of the
damage is within the $50 or $100
$ deductible provision of collision
JUICEr insurance. Also, many car own-
ers are hesitant to make small
claims and risk the higher
rates charged accident-p r o ne

r 1 l8.. 39 2 FOR 89: -B. 4 CPKG. 6.0AN:s 99 centers drivers.The sprang big highway up in the shopping East

PKGS. during the last 10 years and,
' 11..,, in the words' of Arthur Freed,
;, (REGULAR 49') (REGULAR ,2/,$ ,f VITAMIN "C"In Westchester County traffic engineer -
of them weren't
: "Many
laid out right. They were .designed -
by builders or landscape
'' r,. architects, not traffic engi-
n L WINN-DIXIE si.Rtt.INC.-eCPVIt..HT-IM4 .... .
oj1 -
Another problem the lack
I MORTON PARKER HOUSE GEES 8 of traffic control in the lots,
1\\ ( some large enough for 10,000
331' cars. Municipal police lack jurisdiction -
: M
( and, for the most
part, would not welcome sucha

MORTON CINNAMON 4 ; .1-' Workers responsibility.at the, shopping centers -

have no legal power to enforce -
: Donuts. 2 69 any traffic regulat i Ion.
w Ps Stop signs or onewaymarkingson
the lots are often ignored.The .
result is that large aggregations -
> MORTON t4PKG. g of traffic develop in
j an unpoliced no-man's land,
29 with every driver his own mas
E\ Honey Buns ter.But
s4. the greatest problem of
all appears to be the drivers
MORTON (WITH CHEESE) themselves.
( Authorities are unanimous..
; II'y'li' Macaroni 51. their belief that drivers abandon
all normal prudence when
they get in parking lots.
"They go every which way,"
? y MORTON (WITH MEAT) Sheriff Skinner said.
"A trance comes over them
51. and they let themselves go,"
Spaghetti 1 0. said a security guard at one,of
t .
: the large Nassau centers.
a The head of a Paramus Cen
; ter lot was more specific. "Wo-
I tI 'ds men shop in pairs," he said.
"And you get two women yak-
;J FRUIT king what that in a means car-and?" you :know

In addition to the basic problem
of volume of rela-
a large
1 1\\ i- tively uncontrolled traffic the
1I I $ ;: .... 4mv hopping blems. centers have other pro

> Driving schools like to use the
Meat Pies i a' Cream Pies lots for instruction. The expanse
Family of the lots attract youthful drag
racers and youngsters in. go-
J : APPLE 'Size carts. On a fine day, elderly
CHERRY persons on a shopping tour with
PEACH ,. I&Si 5 $1 2 89 sons and daughters meander unconcerned -
COCONUT oR FOR across the roadways.
'i'; H Abandoned sent sudden shopping obstacles.carts pre-

{I MORTON GERMAN CHICKEN-BEEF- All FLAVORS There are indications that the

'13.0:. 59 TURKEY become shopping inured center to patrons the hazards.have

I 1, Chocolate Cake PKG. .

NEW YORK (AP) Director
Morton Da Costa finds stars

) For Good To Eat and. audiences are both changrrag. -, ;f

The Smart Place To Go. Things "Stars in a.kind today of instead regal aloofness of existing ,-

want total identification with
E: D s o audiences he says. "Audiences -
used to want a protagonist to
admirenow they want to seea
-. pay! in which someone J s
J... .- ,: 'i : q F* -<: 'r, .' worse off then they are."

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DEAR ABBY: In the 16 years that we have been married, Now, send me a picture of the niece and I'llbe: able to give I' ( 1, THEM 0Jr./! WE GIVE ( THEIR COATS AND,I IF THEIR SUITS

my'husband has never written a letter to his parents. I you a better answer '. I t THEM ONE LAST > ARE EXPENS1VE-WE ADMIT
didn't mind writing all the thank-you letters for the' gifts i .- AII ; !I WHENUSADMITTlIIG'CHANCE" (. -=- '

r they. sent our pre-school children, but I resented having to DEAR ABBY: I am 17 and have to/get marriedas soon + !.', 7'') ;'.,.,-IN EM.ri ,1 ( ':., ,
write letters for their: 37-year-old son. He ,was always too as possible. My feeonsay is in the Army and'is stationed in I' I :'OJ'. r -
busy" to'write' but he found time to do the things he wanted Germany., He can't get home for a year and a half. He left' '" l ) j 0: '" ".

( to do. Last year I became so disgusted with his juvenile last month. I can't get over to Germany. Something has to .J \fl !fj r T ",-3'
attitude that I finally told him that if his parents were going be done and fast, Is',there any way we can be married without :

to hear from us, HE would have to write the letters. He,'. being together? No one know$'I am in trouble. Not even ,., !( < ) :....J J" In ( ,
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didn't write one letter, but each time we'd get a worried letter him. We love each other very much. I can't .ask anyone I I ./ r ; :,1 \.. !{ ,J-0 I ,' t1 .. ft

I from them because of the' long silence, he' would call them know"to help me. Please puUyour answer in the paper, Abby. I.... !/A f'yv' 'S' f'/ ......... '.>... >
long distance. This put a strain on our budget. I wonder how DESPERATEDEAR :. .t- 1 ( ) ... ...---
j many other wives have husbands like mine, and what do DESPER'ATE: First, you MUST take your problem 1't,. I \ ( ) ,

r they do about them? to your mother. Then you had better inform your fianceof ..,_ -......: I.rl. ,,,"",1, \' 1 -
DISGUSTED your condition. Your clergyman should also be consulted.He r .r

DEAR DISGUSTED: Your husband's type is legion. And will know how couple can be married, though apart.It __
most wives break down and assume the writing role again. has'been done in the past. SAKES ALIVE!; WHAT TIME HE ?

;I The more stubborn ones cling to their promises which us- = TH' PARSl SAID AN'J: GOT A DID HE SAY NEVER f ...c !
ually hurt them far more than it does their husbands. CONFIDENTIAL TO DEBBIE AT UCLA: Next semester' E-c HE WUZ AIMIN ZILLION CHORESSTARIN'MEIN HEWUZCOMIN' SAID -r.y\ h ,
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include a course in art. It's time ,you learned ,where to draw A VISIT l ODAY 'TH' FACE -- \ {I
DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a 47-year-old man who '
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WASHINGTON-A friend jects in this country. treatment. ''** <,. ,'; ing or Cuba or South VietNam Z TIANKS, SERVANT! 1 WISH I W ERE nd { i l
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of ours was flying from the "Because of predicted v i o- "Well, & looks 'like the bureaucrats -, don't,hesitate to come up I O i -} WEP HAVE GCOD. tzAi BURGH i N PIT75-! I JJ ye + J
,West Coast to New York the lence in the streets, we will not have.decidedwe can B EN IN THS
other: day and she noticed on fly over Chicago., take off now, so I'll' ask you all' to the cockpit and ask me. On I IsKEASsOJT YoU.W1TH _r

the door to the cockpit a "Gold- ,"We are now waiting on the to relax and enjoy your, flight. behalf of the co-pilot and myself / 1 1 1 1 rIr

,water for President" s t i cker runway to take off, but we are If you have any'questions about I wish you a pleasant jour-

She called the stewardess and getting typical double-talk from the flight or about nuclear test- ney."

demanded to know what it was the Federally-controlled control

doing there. The stewardess tower, the same kind of talk

,, said she would ask the captain we've been getting for the! past She Went, ;to Big Bad City

:She came back a few minutes four years. :: v -...* 7
later with some violent ant i- "While we're waiting" ;,I'd-like "Now Star;;in 'Carp thaggers'I

11, President Johnson literat u r e to point out some of the features -
.i which the captain had told her: of yow. airplane.: This is
By BOB THOMAS character out of a Hemingway
to. give to the passenger. I a Boeing 707 jet. Boeing, as you AP Movie-Television Writer novel Lady Brett Ashley, per-I
fur friend was furious and know, was supposed to build the .. -
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called an executive of the airline TFX, but thanks to some'hanky.- woulda ,, THOSE ARE
I \ mother feel if her 18- vary. I wanted to be a wild, I
I : when she landed. He was panky in the Pentagon which I year-old'daughter left'home? for tempestuous; largerthanlife TOLD U SIR F'' !\ GUYSDOWM /

t upset and he said that there has.yet to be explained; :the a.life.in the big? bad city? character, and New York 1.==.
t 'was an organization called Pilots -contract went to the T e x a s "I was terrified," says Mrs. seemed like the only place for .1< TnOSE / 0PICTURES. sGIZ15' o 0

t for Goldwater which was firm of General Dynamics."You Lucille Cole, mother of actress' me." ,:i = Y ; (1 e
) probably behind it. will notice first class is Elizabeth Ashley. r jTtold everybody After her plane fare, she had e o

The thought occurred to us separated from tourist'because at the office where Iwork $143 in savings from modeling.She .I I-
; ;that if the Pilots for Goldwater you can't force people jofdif- a' Baton Rouge' that,.she' was didn't know a soul in New

I :really wanted to help their candidate ferent social and e C.o n omit still studying. ;Louisiana. State York. All she did was .write!...
: they could do away withIt' I backgrounds to sit together. A University. I was so upset that I ahead for reservations at the I

,the literature and use the loudSpeaker change to one class has to be ,couldn't bear to talk about it YWCA. "It.was nice there," she I
It'! ; system instead. done Dot through law, but without breaking out inl:tears." recalled.Liz j

"Good morning, ladies and through the hearts of mea. .. tv She' can.talk about it nowAnd I got work right away as a I

I ;:gentlemen, this is your captain "As soon as we get'Into the SM}:tiidsvhilewisitng'dayghterLb : ,model, then gave some thought
! speaking. Because of powerhungry air, your stewardess will be '' "' the.rset of.r-"Ship of 'to acting. She was accepted for --
bureaucrats in Washington, serving lunch. Although the Fools. MiSS Ashley is the electric study at the Neighborhood Playhouse GU tai TM N NOT I UNPRSTANi lag, NaMR.LEEPS.'GOtP K MY vOJfrE A STBB80BI CCW5
::1 have to ask you all to fasten meal seems to be free, the brunette who scored on and then faced her grea- ANSWER ME. VE5.5IR WANT 10 PC6TkDN TO;RNW4OAL RESPONDS LIT!E5J CAREER I EXPECT TO CON- MAN.UTTW T5 EXACTLY
:your seat belts. food you will be eating comes in Take She'sMine test challenge. Losing her Dixie I IN LAVE WITH HER? X MARRY ME.' ,ABOUT THAIIU PLACE YOU]ONE PAY ILL BE IN XWTTH HEAR AND KNOWING WAXTE7 HOPMT1 TO
daughter .Her.
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( : 35,000 feet and the weather agricultural foul-ups in his stardom 'with "Barefoot'; ',in ,the :/"I couldn't get:.jobs until I .. MARRY ME' 5F 1L'1VAIf -

is clear all the way except fora tory, with the American taypay 'ark.1 In l)between ,sL: 'playedGeorge did," she explained- took
large, dark cloud which is now er picking up the tab. {... V Peppanf: i-sometimewife some coaching and worked hard

I hanging over the White House. "It is possible that while we're liT', 'nie Carpetbaggers: with, a,'tape recorderrand I
"Our flight plan will take us flying we may 'Tun into some managed to get rid of most of
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t over Arizona, the home state of poverty: pockets. But I'llfgrre :"as"the:only'*oethwhlle, element Dy.: t!" 9'J: .' -;.. .

j :Sen. Barry Goldwater, Texas, you plenty of warning if we do. of the movie. The jobs began to come, and

,the home state of Billie Sol 1 "I would like also to say Liz explained her flight from she rose to Broadway eminence, Q >5
Estes, and Tennessee, the home that, if any old people on the Louisiana: receiving the inevitable call to

state of one of the largest bung- plane) get sick, they will haveto "I felt it was something I had Hollywood. She came on her

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Can the 'Wall' of Barbed Wire Surrounding Berlin Be Broken Downl i :'f:1:

( By CARL HARTMAN fewer than four million people. tacts but unofficial contacts are year, according to West German -them if,they choose to stay. At mere cultural contacts a lations with the Communiststhan The passes agreed on last
t BONN, Germany (AP) The other efforts are aimedat growing.Trade,normally worth Vice Chancellor Erich the same time, it is a move mater of great concern to the former chancellor Konrad week are for'admittance to"the
That new little hole in the Berlin bringing closer together:half a billion dollars annually,is Mende, who is in charge of all- that the oldsters' relatives in Germans, who are passionate Adenauer had. capital of the German Democratic
t Wall may invite other efforts more than 70 million Germans moving ahead. German affairs. the West appreciate.East music lovers and theatergoers.All Still, political reunification of Republic. At West German .
to bore through the Iron who live outside the former This year the Communistsare The Communists are also allowing and West Germans have these efforts to bring people the two parts of Germanyseems insistence, they will also
Curtain separating the two capital. They are separated by allowing about two million their old-age pensionersmen again succeeded in putting together together have had a .big
?arts of Germany.The hundreds of miles of barbed West Germans to visit East of 65 and women of 60- a join team for the To- boost since Ludwig Erhard be- far off. West Germanydoes indicate a lack of agreement on
agreement signed last wire and mine fields. East Germany proper not to visit West Germany. This is kyo Olympics, despite a good came West Germany's chancellor not officially acknowledgethe this reference to government
week allows West Berliners to.I The East and West German just East Berlin. This is about no great concession. The Comnunists deal of political friction. nearly a year ago. He hasa existence of the East German that Bonn considers wholly il
visit East Berlin.. That affects governments lack official con- half a million more than last will be glad to be rid of Mende has been organizing more flexible policy toward re Communist government. legitimate. -,

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Five Teachers
City Plan Board will hold a Public -
.6 Hearing on October 15. 1964 at 1:00P.M.
U in the auditorium of the Utilities
I ) New York Time I V ,742 Lose Licenses Operations Center 555 Southeast 5th Avenue .
[ By I AJ1083 Gainesville Florida, to consider;: t. : } .. .
Bridgee 1. A request by Roosevelt Branch to
I TRUSCOTTSome I Q1065 rezone from R-3 (Multiple Family Rest
D dential-High Density) to BP (Businessand
EAST ( )
Professional) the property describedas
rather peculiar finesses point count was justified by 4 QJ 4AK1094VKJ965 State Board of Education revoked ( :
the teaching certificates The South 44 feet of the North 372 feet'
occasionally have to be taken ,his possession of top honors, VA1083 of the East 115 feet of Block 23 West of

for entry reasons. An exampleis two major suits, and an easy Q4 95 of five teachers Tuesday for Arredonda DBO Page Street.218. Brush Addition as per
violation of the moral code of
the following trump situa- rebid. West made the norm a'1 II 842 + 93 teachers. west This 3rd property Street. is located at 536 North

tion: response of two hearts, and 2. A request by M. L. Shaw to rezone NORTH
SOUTH from R-la (Single Family Residential;)
his life in his hands
NORTH North took
The five were: William James to R-3 (Multiple Family Residential
10 8 7SOUTH by bidding two notrump. 4 Goggans of Broward County, High Density) the property described as:
V Commence at a concrete monomen
This was of course the "un John Simeon Hudgins of Duval on the North line of the D. L. Clinch
AKJ7 Grant at the East edge of the Right of
4 AKQJ432If usual" no trump, show i n g County, Lawrence F. Thomas (oi Way of State Road Number 2 and thencerun
length in clubs and diamonds,I : Pensacola, Ernest Ellis Ward of in an Easterly direction along the
South urgently needs three I Neither side was vulnerable. North line of the Clinch Grant 717.7 feet
and would usually be based on Dade County, and Charlotte to an iron stake thence run South 6 de-
entries to in the '
dummy trump The bidding: green, 45 minutes West 231.5 feet to an
in the minor Lewis of Miami.
cards Pease
suit he must take a chance and at least 10 East South West North iron stake and the point of beginning,;
He risking serious thence run West 142 feet to an Iron
finesse these even on the first was 1 4 Pass 2V 2 N.T. The four men were released stake; thence run South 2 degrees. 30
trouble in the event that the minutes West 445.1 feet to an
round. The play succeeds when- 3 54. 5V Pass on grounds of improper sexual iron stake. thence run South 84 degrees! i iI
the nine is the left, hands were a misfit, but East 300 feet to an iron stake; thencerun
ever on Pass 6 4 Pass' Pass
conduct the North 2 degrees. 30 minutes East
venture succeeded spectacularly ; woman was released
whereas the alternative of lead- West led the spade queen. 473.1 feet to an iron stake; thence run CENTRAL
because she was convicted West 158 feet to an Iron stake and the
ing to the ten only produces the I point of beginning; containing 3.1 acres

desired entries when the right- South was somewhat arbi- Two diamond entries to dum of a misdemeanor other more 16th Avenue.or less; less right of way for S. W.

I' hand opponent started with a trary in his selection of clubsas my were essential so South than a traffic violation. This property Is !located on the North
side of Southwest 16th Avenue above
made the key play of finessing
singleton nine. the trump suit, and 370 feet West of Southwest 10th Terrace
offered North a choice. dummy's diamond ten. \V h en 3. A request by M. L. Pickett to re-
The declared had to take an have Saver zone from R-la (Single Family Residential
succeeded he ruffed
Four hearts was the most obvi- this another Money ) to R-lb (Single Family. Residential;)
unexpected finesse in a sidesuitfor the property described
heart cashed the club as:
in ous bid with which to ask Northto A tract of land situated in the SW '/i
entry reasons tOOay'sdeal and alterna- and entered dummy with the Proved of Sec 19 T r S, R20 E. Alachua County
which was played in a private pick the suit CostlySAN Florida said tract of land being the
tively South could have p a i d diamond ace.Dummy's West 108.33 feet of Lot 54 of Paradise a
game of Chicago, or subdivision as recorded in Plat Book
deal bridge, here this week. North back in his own unusual last heart was ruff FRANCISCO (AP) "A", Page 4. of the Public Records of
I Alachua County, Florida;.also that part
The bidding was aggressive coin by bidding four no-trump. ed with South's last trump, anda Federal employes in the San of the West 108.33 feet of Lot 59 of said FLORIDA
Paradise lying North of the North rightof
around the table. East's open- This is not one of the situations -! spade ruff gave dummy the Francisco area largely ignoredthe way line of NW 39th Avenue; also the

I ing bid with a sub normal in which a 4-4 fit presentsany I entry to draw the trumps. Three government's new leased East lying 107.00 South feet of of Lot Lot I 55 of of Hazel said Heights Paradise

advantage and six diamonds more diamond tricks broughtSouth's subdivision as recorded in Plat Book
r ; wire telephone system last year "F", Page 6. of the Public Records of
trick total to 12 and
would have been made Alachua County Florida; also the East
2nd BIG WEEK I lead him a well earned slam. and wasted $134,000 on needlesstoll 10.00 feet of the North 113.10 feet of Lot
against excepta gave
easily any 55 of said Paradise; also that part of
trump card. Six clubs was charges, it was reported. the East 107.00 feet of Lot 58 of said
Paradise lying North of the North rightof
3 Shows Open 1:00 I more difficult. It needed a com- Ralph G. Deede, acting Gen way line of said NW 39th Avenue; also
Lot > of said Hazel Heights subdi
from the de- NEW REPRESENTATIVEBilly
bination of help
4:408:00 .
Shows 1:30- eral Services Administration vision.A
fense and skillful play; the latter tract of land situated in the SW "
the F. Peacock has been chief in San Francisco, said of Sec. 19. T9 S, R 20 E. Alachua County -
e'1-t.I1r! :! 'U 3'At5t191t: was duly provided by Florida said tract of land being the
declarer who was Gerard Os- named a representative of the federal employes didn't East 266.67 feet of the West 375.00 feet
: CONTINUOUS I POPULAR x many of Lot 54 of Paradise a subdivision as

| PERFORMANCES I I I PRICES I : treicher, the producer of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance understand the new system, of recorded the Public in Plat Records Book of "A"Alachua, Page Coun-4. r ,[

new Broadway comedy "A Girl] Company for the Gainesville that he hopes the ty. Florida; also that part of the East
adding 266.67 feet of the West 375.00 feet of Lot
1 STANLEY KRAMER "ITS A : Could Get Lucky. will be associated k
area. He is now solved. 59 of said Paradise lying North of the
problem North right of way line of NW 39th Ave-
: Pills : East overtook the opening, with the Victor W. Wilson

2 NEWS :: spade lead and could have beaten Under the system, federal nue.The property is located between North- p. <
W Agency in Jacksonville. He was west 39th Avenue and Northwest 42nd

.,, x: uni MAD MAD' the contract by continu in g graduated from the University agencies in 300 major cities are Avenue Avenue.on both sides of Northwest 21st

'.. : rAX1Y1S1O, MAD tS with a spade. Instead, he gave' linked together by leased lines. 4. A request by Howard McKinney to
x- = South his chance by shifting to of Florida with a major in life rezone from R-la (Single Family Resi-
The government pays a flat dential) to BA-1 (Business Automotive.
UNITED ARTISTSfcssii WORLD"I the heart ace. This was ruffed insurance.IN Restricted) the property described as:
lease fee-no matter how many The South 237.75 feet of the East 250
:: = by the declarer, who had to maneuver feet of the South 96.25 yards of the North 4
two more heart ruffs to THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA calls.IN 385 yards of the East half of the North-
rr t j I xs 1 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN east 1of Section 31, 'Township 9 South.
I KXZtirancour make twelve tricks.III AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. Range 20 East.
IN CHANCERY. CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR-' This property is located on the West %
GRADY LEE TESTER. THE CIRCUIT, l IN side of Northwest 13th Street about 170 zt n a
_........._,...... Plaintiff. IDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL COUNTY.IN feet North of Northwest 19th Lane.
.Y' w'Y'._ ""* '. 'J""y n.n. _'_ .vs- : AND FOR ALACHUA 5. A request by C. P. Keeter to rezone
,t"n CHRISTINE NELL TESTER CHANCERY.WARRINGTON, from R-2 (Multiple Family ResidentialLow -
'. Defendant. RAMONA W. Density) to BP (Business and Professional \'T
III NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE Plaintiff. ) the property described as: l
Meet the inspector-the ace crime detector, TO: CHRISTINE NELL TESTER .vs- WARRINGTON Commence at the Northeast corner of
Residence Unknown FRANCIS P. the intersection of Northwest 10th Ave-
: i And the police chief who finally found him #. You are hereby notified that a Complaint Defendant. DIVORCE nue and Northwest 6th Street; run thence
for Divorce has been filed against OF SUIT North 310 feet. East 270.5 feet South 7

r ,:: Doing his duty.with one luscious beauty i you. and you are required to serve a TO: Francis NOTICE P. WarringtonSN 310 beginning.This feet and. West 270.5 feet to the pointof
opy: of your Answer or Pleading to the Ak-
Complaint: on the Plaintiff's Attorney J. ( 167077) property lies at the Northeast corner
And lots of dead bodies around him 1st Anglico F.M.F. :
.k Emory Cross P. 0. Box 411, Gainesville. Fleet Post Office of Northwest 10th Avenue and Northwest
ry Florida, and file the original answer or CaliforniaYou 6th Street. %
>pleading in the Office of the Clerk of San Francisco.notified that there has! 6. A request by Howard McKinney to
are hereby rezone from RE (Residential Estate)
he Circuit Court Gainesville. Florida. RAMONA W. WARRING-
f been filed by and R-la (Single Family Residential) toMS
: on or before the 30th day of October. Circuit Court of Alachua
What better Why are all the t 964. If you fail to do so judgment by County TON: in Florida the her complaint againstyou described(Local Service Industrial) the property -
'" ;t place to expose bodies smiling? i k.: he default relief will demanded be taken in against the complaint.you for and that the relief therein prayd A tract of land situated in FractionalSec.

killer than You II die DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville. ? for is a divorce. 8, T 10 S. R 20 E, Sec. 9, T 10 S.
a t.J toile
t -. Alachua County Florida this 29th day of This is, therefore, to command you R 20 E, Sec. 16, T 10 S. R 20 E, and in Ygk ,,gay
said causeon
in a nudist laughing when t September, 1964.J. your written defense in of November he D. L Clinch Grant in T10 S. R 20 S.
you find outs! B. CARMICHAEL.Clerk. or before 196and day that shall Alachua County Florida said tract of I
; i you
colony'r Circuit Court A. of October and being more particularly describedas t
the day
$:- Alachua County. FloridaBY hereafter on or before follows: I .
r : EMILY WATERHOUSE A. D. 1964. serve Barton a copy &of yourdefenses Bur- Commence at a railroad spike at the .
4 Q Deputy Clerk if any on intersection of the North line of the D. L. I
J. EMORY CROSS well 212 S. E. First Street. Gainesville,' Clinch Grant in T 10 S, R20 E, and the
t/ ; K. ,Attorney at Law -lorida attorneys for the plaintiff and centerline of State Road No. 329, and runS !
tk s ., HELP P. O. Box 411Gainesville immediately thereafter file the originaln 06 degrees 53 31" W. 256.86 feet to the 1
,} FloridaOf my office. Upon failure to comply Easterly right of way line of said State
.. ,. .1 'I Counsel for Plaintiff with either of the above. a decree pro Road No. 329; thence run S 18 degrees
(3644) 9:30; 10: 7. 14, 21 :confesso: will be entered against you )7' 00" W. along the Easterly right of
1 I i it according to law. way line of said State Road No. 329594.71
I Witness my hand and seal of our Circuit
feet; run Southwesterly along YOUR
A D.
of September
this day
; 'SUBURBIADRIVEIN the Easterly right of way line of'said
1964 State Road No. 329 with a curve concave -
t : ( p of Circuit Court Easterly. said curve having a central -
HALES angle of 01 degrees 08 00", a radius -
THEATRE BY: CHERRIEE of 34327.50 feet a length of 679.01
'''; if BURWELL
BARTON & feet and a chord of S17 degrees 33' 00"
.. Attorneys for Plaintiff W 329.50 feet; thence run S 16 degrees j
; Starts Tonight 7:00 First Street !
t 212 S. E. 59' 00" W, along the Easterly right of
Admissin $1.00WINNER Gainesville way line of said State Road No. 329
9:30 10: 7. 14 21
W UlRlSCH: CORPORATION KKOTJ 11 : (3442) ; 99.63 feet; thence run S 57 degrees 33'
56" E. 200.00 feet to the Point of Beginning -
: ; thence run S 11 degrees 53 46"
: 3 ADVERTISEMENTIFamily W, 87092 feet; thence run S 60 degrees tI
,PETER SELLERS ELKE SOMMER f: OF I I 710" E. 1778.00 feet to the Westerly tI I
., f. ight of way line of State Road No. 331; I
hence run N 27 degrees 25' 00" E. i
ACADEMY AWARDS Dining along the Westerly right of way line of
I: said State Road No. 331, 1354.15 feet; j
; i ; hence run N 89 degrees SI* 29" W.
(T .ft 22.50 feet to the East line of Frac. Sec. ,
24 I.I T 10 S. R20 E; thence run N 01 degrees
: < I. GREAT acd CINERAMA present* Provided by 11* 22" W, along the East line of NEWt I
'I'IKing's aid Frac. Sec. 8. 706.40 feet; thence
) 5 un S 89 degrees 41' 32" W, 1246.64 feeto
: the Westerly right of way line of SW
\ t.. TkJIOWP Food Host 6th Ave.; thence run N 15 degrees 20
50" W, the
along Westerly right of way
j\ : .r' : line of said SW 16th Ave.. 288.79 feet;
DIRECTORS! THE : hence run Northwesterly along the Westerly -
I + Slogan of King's Food Host right of way line of said SW 16th.
I 1430 Ave.. with a curve concave Southwestrly
I restaurant to open soon at said curve having a central anglef
[COLOR xDelUXEr! '" WEST! SW.; 13th St.. is "Home of Friendly 17 degrees 10' 32", a radius of 904.93
( : STARTS TOMORROW Dining." eet, a length of 271.27 feet and a chord
.PANAV1-Olt 1 1f of N 23 degrees 56' 06" W, 270.24 feet;
I : : : I hence run S degrees 56' 29" W, 148. WANT
WAS; II should be placed on 43 feet; thence run S 17 degrees 46' 09"
t. LAST TIMES TODAY I "Emphasis Mr. Larry W. 16.00 feet; thence run S 17 degrees ADI
Sean Connery V' the word 'Family 40' 58" W. 87.40 feet; thence run S 17
: "MARNIE" j tk. I Price, president, explains. "We endeavor degrees 27 50" W, 175.00 feet; thence
i WON! to provide a clean and attractive un S 17 degrees 14' 49" W. 8500 feet;
hence run S 17 degrees 01' 00" W. 215.08
I .... ... _. place for the entire family eet to the Point of Beginning less the ,
-"--' 7 -' -- -- -
--- r.' -_. ._-. -MtgICII group." right of way of SW 16th Ave. I
This property is located between South
-- -----
i Main Street and South Waldo Road
restaurant busi- around South 16th Avenue.
Starting in
I 7. A request by Arthur Litt to rezonerom
: ness nearly three decades ago, R-2 (Multiple Family Residential.ow -
; :Mr. Price developed a file of items Density) to R-3 (Multiple Family

IN PERSON 'and services most desired by cus- Residential High Density) the property NUMBERFR
described as:
: I tomers. Ten years ago he incorporated The East 2.3 of Block 18 of University
all these policies into his eights Subdivision as recorded in MB
I first King's Restaurant which he. 04-10 of the public records of Alachua
County.: Florida.
: from :opened in Lincoln. Neb., and has This property is located in the block
maintained them in the score of bounded by Southwest 8th Avenue Southwest
to be operating. 10th Street. Southwest 7th Avenue
:units( now or soon
and Southwest 9th Street.
: 3643) 9:30

I I These include foster service, in-

( Bob Poole's stantly-available attractive clean NEW

II menus, moderate prices, t h eBovementioned
W family atmosphere j
I good food of uniform quality DRIVE-IN THEATRE

'} GOSPELFAVORITES ''I on elimination of the necessityfor 2100 H..Moree Kood Kt.Mflt501f #

: tipping, and operational policies
geared to assisting and
active port in the com- Open 6:30 Show 7:00
' on SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 1:25
,I. ; munity. 1


? ? i Another factor of which the

.. i concern is proud is its relationship : AlfC WINNESS'JAlX mNS

!with the young people who are its I
employees. "Not only is the atmosphere W. : .I

The Palmetto State QuartettePLUS we attempt clean to help and our healthy employees but i _---t-r-1:' .{'i'f'p '''

develop a sense of responsibility i 1411GA

,*. toward their home education and j I --IIIIIIIU
r -
: :job. |i ) ,

: I The new restaurant is bright'] 2nd Hit At 7:00 I

= THE PATHFINDERS QUARTETTE with on interior orange and white ': JEFFREY HUNTER
LAKELAND decor. Seating has been provided']: Man From Galveston '

for over 260 patrons. Included in!I Ithe

! and Gainesville's Own Waymakers QuartetteAT local seating arrangement is | 3rd Hit At 11:00

a limited number of stools for;' KIRK DOUGLASKIM

those who prefer to sit at o':' NOVAK

(::1 t counter..This.is a feature recently i Strangers When
incorporated into the chain's plan- We Meet t


i Saturday Oct. 3' 8 p.m. 'til ? i

rn ig(' !a{?; OO/H/ \


ADVANCE: $1.50 AT DOOR: $2.00 Children Under 12: FREE / '



923 W. University Ave. 37 North Main St.


; 2 N. W. 8th Are. 204, ,North Main St.. ; .' ':;'?:;2 !M :- r w.-r c. :c Ii1: .41

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.Restaurant..W 13JJ1 St.Apply In person 2323 II W!Tll{ '1i1TiM! !.i I r J I aIlilA

:ANNOUNCEMENTS Things COLORED dishwasher 3 days a ERA5UR I
week. SUnday. Monday & Tues

1 In Memorlant day. Apply in person only 9 AM ACROSS N A L A Pt
to 10 AM. Carmanella's 706 W. 28. Spring
J Card of Thanks Univ. 1. Rich man month TC.rlDRIL TAU I

1 Lost & Found WANTED RN or LPN for new nursing 6. Red 32. MeadoW' A I T 4 R

4 Personalized, Service home. Call Mr. Bennett 969- chalcedony.
_4271. Starke. Fla. land 5CALPD GATE
S Travel Information 10. Dexterous
Special Notice WANTED white woman to work in 11. Coronet 36.Weird j; D L A i;;; D
e nursery schooL Call Dorothy 37. Bombyx
7 Florists 1 NEWNumberA Browning at Dorothy Browning 13. Piano 38. Obligation E F i

Baby Sitter, Child Cart Play School. Phone FR 22981. studies 1ANT
40.Star'sbrightest SLAttTE.D
'PI IceS To Go And 14. Wind
Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE AVON CAlUNG Instrument T I T A N I A E: i e:

15.Jamaicabeverage constellation A N A P E 5 T T I R E
BE assured of money for Christ 41. Mountain
mas Shopping part time workno B E S

74 Airplane Sales.Rentals experience necessary. Write 16. Particle crest
Avon Mgr. P.O. Box 488 Gainesville 43. Ox, cow SOLUTION OP YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE .
71 Trucks for Sale LJ ki Fla or call FR 2-0421 18. Augment 45. Red cedar

7* Trucks Wanted 19. Expanse
N ri .. 46. Those
2. DIscern6.
12 Mole Help Wonted thInI Breathing
SO Tractors & Truck Rentals 21. More related
malt of
82 TralUr! Rentals .uttered pores
ROUTE MAN. retail home delivery. mother
13 Motorcycles I. Scooters experienced only. Ex milkman 23. Gives 47. Delivered 3. Offer a.tanporar.tly .
preferred Full time age 21-45 7. Atmosphere
14 Automobile Repair for details call 376-6943 between 48. Discourage price 8. Fumes
U Automobiles for Sales 7 & 9 PJM.APPLIANCE. 25. Pigpen
Male duck
Swap Car REPAIRMAN First 26. Greenland DOWN 4. Olive genus 9.

17 Auto WantedEDUCATIONAL -......- class. must know washers. ranges Eskimo 1.Universe 5. Conquers 10.Wild
and refrigerators. Good pay. Write 12. City rManasscli x
Box 305. Casselberry. Fla.

OLD Florida company expanding in ,. 4- Tr 7 3 IT.Coddessc!
: :
II School & Instruction area. We now have positions d

If MuSIc. Dancing available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and -: harvest
up. experience not necessary. We /0 / 1/ a 20.Mine
20 Wanted-Instruction You train. Write box 584-A c-o Gainesville _
THEREIS Sun giving resume and qual ir--w---- entrance

EMPLOYMENT ifications. ? 22. Norse

11 Female Help Wanted NOWIS CLUB STEWART. Reference required '5- ';- 17 7Thplarmigan
must be reliable sober. / : =
2 Scholar
12 Male Help Wanted, and intelligent. capable of man- - .
13 Help-Mai or Female agement. Good salary for right 852rr iv z. to ZJ ll 27. Exist

man. Write Box 591-A C-O Gainesville \ 29. Speak from
14 Sales Help Wanted -
!< Work Wanted Femal Sun.MAN insurance iF Zf IS : / // // memory
wanted for debit
17 Work Wanted Malt work. Age 25 40. high school ( LwL4\teLQtt 30.Mangier
I : education permanent. Reply Box rtf '////. '// /. Z6 11 VU I'l'/: arj' ,o3, 31.Ancient

592A Gainesville Sun.
LIVESTOCK stringed
,S ,f- 3S ""
')) 24 Farm Equipment Luxurious face flattering and 2 Instruments
2 weeks training program. j
27 Feed ft Fertilizer Earn while you learn. cozyl Wear these hats with sport. iT Th- 39 4T 32.Vegetable
dress outfits.Just
21 Livestock & Supplies ri-i Steady if employment if you qual- __ = 33.Tapestry .
y.Gainesville "
2* Landscaping Top Soil Golf and Country Club. two (40 gr.) balls of mohair 47 4Z / 43 4. 34. Colander
for cap or cloche. Knit in
Mr. Brown 372 1458. Mr. Loudin. 35. flowed
30 Pet eV Supplies -
THE mink or a color. then brush to -
LiVestock WantedFINANCIAL EXPERIENCED WAITERS give fur-like look. Pattern 852: fits 4T back

APPLY all\ sizes. ; 39. Color
Gainesville Golf & Country Club. 41 7
WORTHWHILE Phone 372 usa Thirty-five cents in coins for this r; quality
add 15 cents for each [/
56 Business Opportunities pattern 42. Receptacle
WANTED top rate painter. Must -
pattern for Ist 57 Monty t* Loan be experienced. Apply in personat special handling. Send to Laura For lime 20 mine 44. Tub
St.. Lincoln Estates.
M Mortgage SE Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft -
Call FR 6-2210 before 7 A.M. or
TIME Dept.. P. O. Box Ul, Old
It Money WantedMERCHANDISE after 6 PM.WANTED .
Chelsea Station. New York 11 N.Y.
retail milk route salesman Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER
age 25-45. must be bond. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.

41 able. Apply to Herald Goins atCarttons
Wanted to Buy No
LongerNeed Phone 3767000for NEW FOR 19651! 200 designs I
42 Machinery & Tool appt.WANTED Dairy. more fashions to Knit crochet than 32 Mobile Homes For Sal 32 Mobil Homes For Sole 32 Mobil Homes For Sal

43 Building Material ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns. em-
T-V technician. Insula. broidery. dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. NORTHWEST SPECIAL
44 Household Good TO tion man. & service technicianfor for new Needlecraft Cat.log.VALUEI TRAILER SALES Drivea 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home.
inside & outside poles. Experience
45 Antique 2702 Waldo Road N.E. $1500 I Mile S. off Paynes
necessary. Must 16 COMPLETE QUILT
44 Misc. For Sale. At Palm Lane Prairie. For appointment call
all makes & color T-V. Apply In PATTERNS in deluxe. new Quilt 37602059i FR 6-3052.
47 Trading Post person 2803 NW 6th St. or call Book. For beginners. experts. Send tx37 2 BR trailer Tub & Little
376-4586. 1963 mobile home. 12 x 51. $300
4* Fuel Oil ft Wood 50 cts. nowl shower. Cond. above average for
age. See interior to appreciate.S1500. equity. take up payments. $6254
70 Boat Marine Equip. SECURITY GUARDImmediate FR 6-1887. per mo. for 6 yrs. Call after S

71 Camp Hunt Fish GET openings fuU and part 18 Schools Instructions Save a LotLowest P.M. FR 2-8795.
Lowest prices. easiest terms. largest -
FOR SALE 1962 Sunlight mobile
72 time. $1.25 hour. Physical required
Office Equipment per
display In central Florida.We .
HIGH SCHOOLat home. 2 BR 10 x 51 fully equipped
must have own car and overhead in the
7) Musical Merchandise Alachua County resident 1 home. free booklet. American trade for anything. Free de in excellent condition very
t phone. I DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like
READINGIN livery to 100 miles.IRAILER ,
year. Write in own hand giving School P. O. Box 16661. Jacksonville up to work and you benefit. LOOKto small equity and take .up payments
Fla 32216. MART Call WHIIston 578 3731
past 10 to
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE complete resume years I the future. make a sound n-
Box s 5A Gainesville? Sun. Hwy. 17 Open I to 6 vestment. See our top brand e.s-
32 Mobil Home for Sale 28 Livestock Supplies East Palatka Phone 32S.1050 torn made 12 WIDES at 10 33 LOTS FOR SALE

4 33 Lots for Sal 13-Help Male or Female WIDES prices. I yr. financing
THAT 5 GOATS. i male and 4 females 10 x 55 FT. 3 BR IV* baths like available. Lake Geneva Trailer 1 ACRE LOTS 10 minutes from
:14 Waterfront Property milk goats. Will sell or trade new. $75 down $71.S3 per mo. Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S E. Gainesville with access to Lake
35 Houses for Sale COUNTERMAN-Cashier. Hours 10 for calves. Phone 462-1350. Call 376-4007 at anytime. of Keystone Heights. Open eve- Alto. now connected to Lake
A.M. to 2 P.M. or night.
I :34 Cottage for Sale FR 6-8525 for Interview. WISCONSIN Hol.teln. Guernsey or I BEFORE you bUy see us for top nings and Sunday. Santa Fe. $420 with low down
37 Real Eittt Exchanged Swiss dairy ca'ves' Slipped on quality In Mobile Homes. ApproxImately payment and balance at $10 per
MOTOR ROUTE SALESMAN approval. All ages. Alj An us- 35 units to choose from. mo with no Interest charge. Ph.
31 Real Estate Wanted CARRIER We have openingfor cross calves. Write for prices. 8. 10 12. 20' width up to 6V In WYATTTrailer 4681874 after 5 P.M. on weekdays
the Lake Butler area maleor No.th Prairie. length. .
I 3* Out of Town Property Ctto Vanderfcurg
female. Good earnings. If you
40 Business Properties BETTER have transportation and desire to Featuring Marlette Hillcrest. Windsor SalesHome RAILROAD
41 Residential Income run your own business. with SHETLAND ponies, large & Park Manor.
very little Investment. please selection of stud colts. $50. SIDING LOT
42 Farms fc of
Acreage call C i rculationDcpt.
Mr. Caputo.
.. Gainesville Sun. 378-1411, Ph. GR 5-5581. C. Murray II years In the Mobile Home Pacemaker Mobile Homes HAVE large commercial lot with
43 Colored Property Sale Business
ext. 17. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sipprell. Melrose. Shasta and Alrstre.n'Travel railroad siding. Will erect buildIng -
Trailers I to suit tenant. Give I.tis'ctory
RENTALS PHYSICAL THERAPIST needed Immediately 2 SADDLES: McClellen skirts. fen- "SERVICE HAS BUILT Ocala's First Mobile Home tease. FR 6-6457.

43-1 Colored Property Rental for Daytona Beach or- ders; S35. British trooper suspen- OUR BUSINESS" Dealer Since 148 beautiful 1 acre lots in NW.
thopedisfs office. Write box 590-M sion seat $25. Both good condi- 192j: Silver Springs Blvd.
CAR! Priced from
44 Cottages for Rent C-O Gainesville Sun. tion. 376-8498. Phone 629 1358 Several locations.
BAIRD MOBILE Ocala. Fla. '
45 Furnished Apts. THE COUPLE to work at fish camp. BOOK NOW-SAVE LATER. Mr. FORDYCE S. ASSOCIATES. INC.

46 Unfurnished Apt. Cottages or trailer space furnished Beef Producer protect you r- HOMESof FEDERAL REALTOR
47 House for Rent with all util. & small sal self against a possible price rise QUALITY 926 W. Univ. 376-1236
Furn. ary. Will lease camp to right by taking advantage of our book Ocala HOMES INC.
44 Houses for Rent Unfurn. party. Call FR 6-7766. ing program on Beef cattle I 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR 11-3 acre lot In West hills

49 Rooms for Rent WANTED A-1 PRESSERFR range pullets September through Phone 629-3200 Jet. 301 5.441 25113 Walt Johnson Mgr. I Phone 462-1350
October. FMX Gainesville or Ala-
50 Mobile Homes 6-5165 chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461- i

51 Misc. Rentals AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS _2105__ 316 NW 10th St.

51A Wanted T* Rent IN WANTED and mature maintain couple apartments.Nice to manage 30 PETS SUPPLIES ''E T f

52 Boarders Wanted .: ; apartment free. 309 N.E. 9th E
"""" Or Use F-
.. St. er phone 376-'60BH ARISTOCRAT of dogdom.
Office Desk Space
53 SUN male. Weimar a...".puppy. Vi Excellent -
54 Business Rental -Sales Help Wanted health. all shots. A K C
champion line. 372-4459.
\ SERVICE SALESMAN to seil completed SIAMESE kittens and stud service.
homes on buyers lot. Excellent registered lilac blue and choco-
22 Special Service* : NORTH opportunity. Contact Tampa Buil- late point; $25 up. Williston 528- 0 HAVE
Local I
ders. Gene Paramore. 644.
23 Home Improvement Manager 37'2.7401.I6Work .
SIAMESE kittens for sale. S wks.
24 Radio & TV Service Wanted Female old. S10 and up.

25 Appliance & FurniturlWANTAD Phone 372-2601. -

COLORED woman would like to AKC Chi-
TWO 2 months old reg.
RATESPH. WANT work 5 days a week. Plenty experience huahua puppies. wormed & 1 THIS WEEK'S IS ON
general housework. FR line.
shot. From championship SPOTLIGHT
3781411for CENTRAL 6-8536, or FR 6-0513. Phone 372.6848.

ELDERLY couple or two ladies. SEAL POINT SIAMESE kittens for
room S. board & assistance in sale; also yellow tiger kittens I MANARO'S RESTAURANT
private home. $100 per mo. each. free. Males & females available.FR .
Classified OnlyDEADLINES 148 N. Church St.. Starke. 69847.FOUR en Hawthorne Rd.
Phone 9691561.
BEAGLES one year old.
WOULD like to do ironing in my untrained. lips. full blooded I d Open since 1959 Monoro' is on* of Gainesville's

Tues. thru FrL paper home. Call 372-1875 anytime before 13" no papers. SJS ca Phone oldest and loveliest Italian Restaurants.
5:30 pjn. Day before publIcation FLORIDA'SLARGEST 3 P.M. or after 10:30 P.M. 443-2246.

ADS 18 Schools Instruction NANCY. age 9, wonts Boxer Featuring all of the popular Italian dinners and foods,

I For ad* to go In Sun. paper .. puppy. 3722488.TWO Mr. Manaro owner & operator personally prepares

t 12:00 ajn. Set. LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING SIAMESE kittens. male & female [ everything served in his dining rooms. Mr. Manaro'c

For ads to go In Mon. paper- DEVELOP confidence o v e r- for sale. No papers. Male specialty is delicious lasagna and home-mode Italian
r I p.m. Sat.Minimum. come fear-apply practical technique $12; female S10. 2 puppies free.
( ad 4 Lines) develop personality deserve Phone 3725043. 1315 NW 4th sausage.
recognition be an Influ
\ FAMILY RATIS 'Sell Fast ence. Lane. Checkered tablecloths and candles enhance the

Announcements BS degree 25 years experience. 32 Mobile Homes For Sole charming dining rooms and lend a romantic at-

1 Insertion ........... :34c: line Start October 1. mospher for special evening dining. Choice wires

3 Insertions .......... 22e line For Information call Mrs. Rhea CONNOLLY also add to the Italian flavor.

( Insertions .......... 17c line 3 LOST FOUND 376-7724 Thomas after 3729501.5 p.m. or Hotel Mobile Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3

12 Insertion .......... 14c line bedroom mobile homes. Many Serving; from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.. Manoro's U closed
LOST on old Newberry Rd. near MEN & women II to 33 to train for floor plans. 7 year financing. on Monday. '

I Total charge computed by MARKETPLACE City limit. black and tan hound., CIVIL SERVICE Drive out tooay. 3 miles Southof *
multiplying total lines x rete slipped his collar. Contact Jack Examinations. For information Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
tamed x number ef Insertions.S with Bfville, 376-5317. send name. address & Phone No. 376-0.1I Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

Five letter words line Key Training Service. 112 W.
S per
23 in business you ade-
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEKUT Adams St.. Jacksonville years -- ..
quote protection in price. quail
\ 8 Point y, financing. Insurance & serv- .
Real Estate Exam
Sam as 2 lines ordinary type N Beauty KURL on BEAU a BudgetAll IY SALOON COURSE ke.customers Ask your about friends us. 3 -orations and o

12 pointSame Perm. $5 up work guaranteed Sham-set $1.50 up ATTEND First BUSINESS lesson f'ee.rIOWELL'S COLLfcuE. serve. &you.Ocala.Jacksonville. Gainesville CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun FOR A fast good lunch or |lust LONG'S CAFETERIA: I
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 a cup of coffee It's
as 3 lines ordinary type Open nights by appt. COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave for not only young men LARRY'S RESTAURANT Serving hours 11:15 fIT 2 P.M. end'
I Personto r-P 6-3507. 3723727. BUT young women. too. 4.30 P.M. tiU I 00 P.M. a
LEARN TO DRIVE special attention BUTTSMobile Bring your dates 1225 W. Univ. Ave. .
7 days a week.
We've expanded are open 24
18 PointSam to nervous or elderly. Open 10 A.M. 'til 12 P.M. 113 W. University Ave.DININGDANCING.
train for Civil Service.
FR hours for convenience.: -
Easy Way Driving School. 90S N. Main StreetDINING your i
pay. Thousands of )lobs open. Ex Homes
1-7002. Lie. bv State of Fla.
as 4 line ordinary type perlence usually unnecessary. For HUMPTY DUMPTY
f FOR SEE the new beautiful Caroline Information on lobs salaries Inc Sandwiches or complete dinners *. *:
Plaza Barber Shop. 7 barbers. COCKTAILS
Requirements local Interview served in our dining room or
24 Point Open 6 days a week. We Specialize write giving address phone ITALY IN GAINESVILLE our curb. Open 10:30 A.M.. .

W. Univ.in Ave.Razor FR Hair 2-9129.Cuts. 1620 AMERICAN SERVICE. Box 588- NW 13th St. Dine by candlelight in the delightful to Midnight. UNIVERSITY INN :-*
Gainesville Sun.SPEEDWRITING
Sam a. I lines ordinary type FREE PARKING co atmosphere of Italy 301 NW 13th St. Charcoal, Steak Room morqes.Y

SPELLING at 6th St. MANARO'S RESTAURANT FOR fast sandwich ice creamor board. Cocktail Hour 5 to op- 1
6 SPECIAL NOTICESLOSE Civil Service Training specializes in Lasagna Pizza a fashioned drinks for the price of 1. Dane'
Secretarial Courses Classes and other delicious Italian Food. lust a good old ing Ill A M. to Bobby Griffto'sCombo (
36 PI now forming. Howell's Business root beer. Stop by the f
2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M.
NEW EIGHT sdielwith new College. 218 W. Univ. Ave. On street parking all around our A W ROOTBEER STAND Richard Parkers orche
Dex.A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. FR 6-3507 corner. Open I:30 A.M. to I P.M. 372-4690 Closed Mondays. 2307 NW 13th St. tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-244iJ

3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug each weekday. NOW OPEN Alan's New for quick refreshments
at 7 lines ordinary type Company. 37..361III' MR. SANDWICH SHOP THE ORLEANS
Sam MANAGERTRAINEE Across from Univ. pOst Office Serving 24 Hours Happy Hour S to 7 ,..M-- '.

PersonWANT S Baby Sitters. Child Care X 45 one bedroom trailer In Featuring our own roast beef sandwich Dancing to the music of th* Cobras .
good condlton and extra clean. S2/- In natural gravy. 55 cents. King size sirloin. 16 or. need we Wed.. FrL Sat. nights..... *.
LOVE. concern. Individual attention FOR RESTAURANT. WITH 250. Phone FR 6-7766. 'The best roast beef in $owe.". say more???? $2.50.DUTCH Steaks to perfection' In Jhe
The Gainesville Sun will not be await 3 children for child STEER ROOM ,
responsible for more than one AND day care in my home. 5 yrs.
4560 NAT 13th St. 37)1)1
Incorrect insertion. nor will It professional child guidance ex A GOOD FUTURE. I SERVICE CALLS $5 SHELLEY'S home of the Original RESTAURANT -.6

be liable for any error In advertisement perience.. $10 wk. Call Mrs. King GOOD STARTING SALARY. Air ITALIAN SANDWICHDial 1802 W. Univ. Ave.
Heating -
MUST BE OVER 21 YRS. OF 372-6582 .
extent 376-C972. "
to a greater Refrigeration Service Delicious. melt-in-your-moutti GENERAL GAINES *
AGE. PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT > for fast free delivery
than the cost of the space occupied TINY TOT FR 2.2405.Larry's ContractorAny Also pizza & Schlitz and Lowen- Southern Fried Chicken STEAK ROOM

by the Item In the advertisement Weederiteuse make or model window brau on tap. 119 W. Univ. Ave. Complete dinners from IS cents Featuring U.S. Prim and Choice
units and household appliances. Serving from 7 AM to f PM steaks prepared to taste
SCHOOLVisit your
will PLAY or our new store at
Ne adjustment Restaurant 14 NW 1st St.
Also we clean heaters. TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT
1AM NW 1st Ave. on our open hearth. Holiday Inns
be made on errors that do not USED us and see for yourself Phone FR 25002FURNITURE 2204 SW 13th St. 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 64266. .
T4 ce 1Iff St FR 4.7S06. I
materially effect the value of I Ij BOWLINGBOWLING ,
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the advertisement. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Need Extra Money BABYSITTERSWILL FOR delicious dinners. .ndJ
wiches and Michelob on tao It's'
at Its finest at
I Sun Have lor full & lime j up '
The Gainesville reservesf openings part PALM LANES In
1 starting* You can earn S2 BABYSIT evenings from S to f P.M. t>
Hourly Must
f prtvfleoe et revising or re wage or more per hour as full or \I UPHOLSTERY Open every night for your en- & Saturday In hom THE SCHOONER ROOM
be neat. Apply 1430 S. W. 13Th loyment from 9 A.M. to 2 AM. on my
i Itctlng any advertisement which CARS St. 1 part time Avon Representative. For top quality workmanship Free nursery service. 729 N.E. 10th PI. serving from 11:30 A.M. 2 A.M.

1 It deems objectionable and to ADS WANTED Legal Secretary. Good Our Saleswomen earn 1 i can .. 2606 Waldo Rd. 376-4654 I 1222 W. Univ. Ave.

I classification of salary for qualified permanent I tine weekly incomes plus I 372-6142_
change the any
resident. Unmarried person pre Savings Bonds. Earn your expenses LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
| advertisement from that ordered ferred. Call FR 6-5266 between f money with AVON.

to conform to the policy of the AM. and 5 P.M. Mon thru FrL Write AVON P. O. Box 448. UPHOLSTERY OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
Gainesville. Fla. or call 1508 N.W. 13t11 St. 'I I
1 MPcr. Free Estimates-nc W Mddelivery. CALL 378-1411.
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e Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

.-.- L A at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days ., No refunds for ads that

: ;.: :, '| \J LAYS TT LINES M bring quicker action. .

e DIAL 378-1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

ae 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sola 35 Houses for Sole
3 & 4 Bedroom Models la
.-. LAKE SANTA FE large lakefront NICE 7 room frame house on BY OWNER, Pine Forest new I BY OWNER house in N. W. financing SHADOWLAWN
high lot, beautiful view, convenient large lot, $4500. Every one hun- brick, 4 Bdrrru. 2 bath, built-in arranged. Call 3764734. NEWMODELS SUBURBAN
8 to town some citrus easy dred paid down, one hundred kitchen. $800 for equity assume ESTATES.
THE TIME IS NOW terms. FR 2-4471. sliced off of this. This bargain FHA loan. 376-2176. HEIGHTS F. D. OLIVER
never been offered before. Phone OFFERING
35 Houses for Sol. FR 6-2297. 3 BR frame house on 40 x 100 lot C&P Gainesville's Newest Individual Styles For You
Prestige Address
also U by 100 lot next to It. 2
rer MOVING TO JAX wells and 2 septic tanks. Price Realty AndDevelopment Built for Those Who ,Desire t Well planned living areas
GREAT trade opportunity. Will S4500 cash. 2013 SE 2nd St. Ph. Only the 'Best. 0 Quality material workmanship -
trade beautiful water front 372-5W7. Wm. McKinnon. N. W. 43rd ft N.W. ITrh PL
"-Do You Have A Room, Apartment home In Mayport area for- your M $50 a month 2 BR 1 bath Built by Feur .f Gainesville's o> A community you would be
Gainesville home or property. Co. Leading Builders proud to live in
Custom buDt for ferocious beach CONVENTIONAL living rrrw Ig. kitchen, porch.No Now Open FRED MASONA. Drive West on N.W. 39th
Or House to Rent? living. Hugh Florida Room. 3 BR, 2 Bath Cent. Ht. and down payment 'a oerson Spacious 2-bedroom home W. FLETCHER Ave.past the Glen Spring 'In
separate Family Room. .three Air. Cond; Nr Parochial and with good credit. 1704 NE 1st MACOMA HOMES tersection. See sign on left.
bedrooms. .three baths. .Of- Elem. Schools; Lg. Fam. Rnv Ave. Ph. 3721537. lovely paneled family Daily 10-6 W. P. RIDGWAY FR 20866. i iGainesville's
fill or den. .beautiful kitchen. Beautifully landscaped. Like New room beautiful landscaping I
STOP ONLY to qual.Died
$450 down
Many. custom By appt. Call Mary Moeller.
.Many features.
: REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Shaded by towering live oaks. buyer. 4 BR. 2 bath CBS with underground Village Green
FHA financing. $91.27 mo. Sell
e Will trade or sell outright. Contact FLORIDA PARK sprinkler system. Many
Hugh Edwards, Inc., Allan 3 BR. 2 Bath, over 2200 sq. ft.; er pay closing costs. Call 372-0481 f newest and most
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit Donman Sales manager. 3721551. Large wooded yard, Fam. Rm, for Ter.appt. to see. 1806 NW 38th other living wall-to-wall luxurious suchas BY luxurious apartment building ..
Picturesque setting. Under 30. some car-
000. UNLIKE peting and large screened YOUNGAMERICA sL LAKESHORE
FORDYCEREALTOR ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 private porch. Located in
TREES BR, 2 b with tremendous screen.ed
attract the buyer on these lots 283 15 x 48 patio is a dream, N.W. Gainesville.A TOWERS
x 275; N. W. 39th Ave.; Including distinguished subdivision-huge lot.YOU'll L '
: .Here's what COSTS YOU 3 BR., 1 Bath charming old
your Vacancy enloy seeing it. Still time second home on Santa HOMES
er home. Call Mary Moeller.
to pick your own colors. Call NOW LEASING
3723727. F. Lake??? All modern

EVERY DAY until it is rented: OPEN HOUSELARGE 300x300 INVESTMENTApprox. with four 3 BR.. and priced under $9.000 Colonial and
LIVING ROOM 8 BED- for the works! Owner is contemporary
1 Bath homes located 718-804 N.
ROOMS, 3 BR 2 bath, plenty of W. 16th Ave. Call us and let us UNUSUAL serviceman overseas and styles: Brick and
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS storage 100 sq. ft., built In weft:
: : bookshelves patio fenced yard consult Investment In you Gainesville's regarding your future. 4-Bedroom-2-Bath needs to be relieved of re- block.
large utility room beautiful
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day from large baths.2.5 o'clock Come Sunday see this home Sept. properties. We and have business many lots.Income HOME sponsibility.N.W. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.

ae ** 27. 129 NW 30th St. 26th Way. Off N.W.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day $450 DOWN Suburban Heights 16th Ave. Beautiful NEW Family rooms.

: Florida room, kitchen equipped MaryMoeller Living Room brick home extra All
large on city conveniences and
$55 . $1.83 day
7 per mo. per alrconditioner, fireplace, 3 BR Dining Room
2 bath. 1400 sq. ft- landscaped Master Bedroom.Dressing special wooded lot. services.

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day lot. Only S8648 a mo.. Call Room
? Fordyce 362.1236.NO Family Room a> Den Frontage on 441 large Beautifully landscaped.
r 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms
e "'$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day QUALIFYING Push Button Kitchen improved LOT. Exceptionally Completely
Separate dining room, new designsfor
living Realtor
room Laundry and Utility Room good price. re.:, r
'$70 per mo . $2.33 per day lovely and Florida NW room neighborhood.3 BR 2 baths.Large Screened-in Swimming Pool Gainesville area.
1019 W. University Ave.FR Walbto-Wall Carpet
"* I corner lot and patio. You name 64471Associates Central Heat and a North on N.E. 15th *
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day your down payment and we'll Air Conditioning KraltqDCarlopMrxt LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE
._ ,.,
1 do the rest. Call Fordyce E. W. Moeller Foster Keller Street to N.E. 30th Ave Room
Pool Recreation
e $80 per mo . $2.66 per day 376-1236. Dick Member Durbin Multiple Sharon Listing Grant FRED MASONPHONE Co.12SN.W nue Turn right. Acres Swimming of Picnic Grounds Central Heat

Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
'. $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day FORDYCEAssociates .13110 STREET Telephone 372-7070 Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
Inc. ADMIRE FR 2-8340- 2-3182 Jack De Yot Reg. Broker Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
$90 . $3.00 day Multiple Listing Realtor Call 372.2511 or Come In
1 per mo. per Grace Fordyce, Broker THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN Ask About Our 825 N. W. 13th St 3 Elevators
Associates: Trade-in Plan YOIIHf 7!>{EERICI!HOES
'$95 per mo . $3.16 per day Harvey Benton Dudley Coulden WIMBERLY ESTATES PHONE 3764456FOR
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O. C. Gay Dick Banks

ta $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Frances Hough 926 W. Univ.Sarah Goulden Offering Lloyd Myrick mere,qualify Bldr. PRIVATE APPOINTMENT

376-1236 for less moneyW MeCOY'S. (24 Hour Service) /1
: New Brick Homesby 36th Ter. off N.W. 3tth
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR I 2306 S.W.13th ST.- U.S. HWY. 441
1. I Ave Open Sundays at I:" er MACOMA HOMES, INC.In Sun Want Ads I
by appt. I72-MI9 or M5M.

: "I SUN RENTAL WANT ADS I Builder beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. Get Results Butler Bros. BUILDERSwthi
3 It 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen adjoining city limits.:
: M t
II equipment. cen. heat. VA no
rt down payment. FHA from $700 The Charming fhe Livable I I
down-no closing costs.

Capital Builders. Inc. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 3 bedroom 2 bath large .. -
; .33 LOTS FOR SALE 34 Waterfront Property N.W. mil Place a> 6th Street study, family room, living screened porch beautifulroom

9t OPEN HOUSE DAILY dining room oak family room oak parquet :
N. W. lAlh Ave. $4500 up
N. .23rd Blvd. $3000 up Cedar Key Shoresfine Call 371-0361 er 376-771. parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included. -----
S. W. Acre lots $1000 up homesites from $2250 WESTVILLANW eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. HOMES
t Newberry Rd. Acre lots 13750 up non-waterfront from $1510 Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
t MARY MOELLER, 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
; REALTOR Marina Locations BOBBY L. 16th Are., "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let

t 1019 W. University Ave. INVEST: facilities needed hereMotel at 37th St. us give you an estimate on contracting your new THE REGENCY 3-bedroom. 2-bath. Full| brick, foyer double

: FR 6-4471 Locations BRYANNow custom home. carport, 1,435 square feet. Huge lot with room for stable
Minutes 24 West of Town off paved INVESr: accommodations back in Gainesvilleto Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 and corral in rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19,000 10%
I r6ad tall with low down payment Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 down $122 month.
in all
I : Dick Robinson anytime needed serve you typesof per
RALPH A. FOSSEY, Realtor Terrazzo.B WALTER STUBBSInc. Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
THE POWELL 3-bedroom 1/2-bath.. Oak floors central
: 11 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1357 DAVID ,
SACRIFICE. ANDREWSREAL heat full brick large WOODED LOT. $14,000 $500
125 x 171 lot In highly
4Jrrf will Mil for .300 ESTATE & T Terrazzo down $86.49 month.
'less man cost, below per
enf value 'emFCh" arts CEDAR.KEY. 3 841 or 3831


S Phone FR 2-0881

For quick free information at call
S AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. no obligation 372.2527
U GR 5-2981. at N.W. 37th Place & or 372-6441
6th St. New brick homes under evenings.You
OVER 30 acres of lake
U front many
construction. Pick your own $ can depend on
bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur.
r nished houses with dock and deep colors etc. VA & FHA Terms.
t well pomp. Many extras. THE
S. Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis by YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITYBY
Jewelry Co. Capital Builders. Inc. ,
:TWO bedroom, two bath complete. N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street
ly furnished home. $11500. Good Call 372-tMl er 176-77U "The biggest little builder in town"
: terms to qualified buyer. Call 372-



r: Beautiful new solid brick, 3 bedroom 2 both, PALM VIEW ESTATES ONLYIf I Rent?

t Jiome with open brick fireplace. Built in oven Why Pay

: and range: custom built kitchen cabinets,

t : large storage and utility room. Double car T6,000
t port with curved drive, sodded lawn. Excellent
: location. Immediate occupancy with small you like working in a convenient, modern OWN YOUR HOME
F ; down payment FHA, no down payment VA. kitchen won't find
you any more modemor
at 506 N.W. 34th St.

: -CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES $100 Closing Cost convenient than in a Kirkpatrick and Pier- Now

I ; 372-7070 son home in Highland Court' Manor. They're $

",---- -- ALL CITY SERVICES designed with you in mind. Why not see them MONTHLY TAXES AND

t today? Outstanding features include: PAYMENTS J INSURANCEdown



S Double stainless steel sinks
$12,250 up

; BEFORE YOU BUY $400 DOWN FHA Gas or electric. Tappan built-in oven a zs

I :. SAVE! NOTHJNG$100 Closing DOWN Cost VA and range with hood, fan and fil-

The following are now under ter.
The following art ready for
occupancy..333Q construction and will be ready $7516FROM PER MONTH

.. N.W. 28th Ave. for occupancy soon!

I I 4 SIM Bt.|per JV4 mo.baths $1250 diw WALK TO SCHOOLS Vinyl tile floors ... e--- -1, vwr

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3JIO.N.W. 30th PI.
3 BR, 2 bath, SiOO dn. $87 3310 N.W. 28th PI. Genuine Wall-Tex vinyl paper ;-
4 BR. Brick Front
Colonials. Now
per month. finishing.
4 BR. 2 bants.. $900 tin. $123
1&1 "11IIII per month. L Price. $15,825 $625 Down A" .:/ i. ', ';..", >, ,
SHOWN BY ADVANCE Safety-edge Formica counter tops
527 E. Univ. Ave. 3300 N.W. 28th PI. INCLUDES:
urge, comfortable home forlarge 3 BR.. 2 baths. $800 dn. $117 Large Improved Lot G.E.
Custom built-in cabinets
a family. 4 BR 4 per month.
kbattu up. living room, family DIRECTIONS: Drive West Built-in Kitchen Radiant
room, parlor dining room on $100 VA Heat Garage or Carport -
dinette, screened porch BR, 715 N.W. 36th St. 16th Ave. Turn All Masonry Construction _
.. kitchen air 2* baths down corn3 BR., 2 baths $800 dn., $117 Left on 38th St. Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Real Plaster Walls Terras-
fleteJy conditioned all per month.
bullt-In appllance-wonderful or 39th Terrace. *o Floors Awning Windows
.opportunity for nice rooming Terr. Phone 372.3471 Formica Cabinets 'and vanities
house'- good Investment for $395 down FHA Fully Insulated Ceil
business property-phon. conversation BUTLERBROTHERS ings All City Services
necessary first. ALL OUR HOMES ARE r
Norwood JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF FROM $11,250.516,900

P.. Hope \ 1recn/ HUGH

FR e-5301 or FR 4-7TW
jWe Trade Homes INC.
Builders & Developers
or Property 372-9545 NIGHT 376-9048 2909 N.E. 15th Street 376-7971 Builder-Developer

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1I 15 Ho.*4tt for Silt. 35 Houses for Sale '43-1 COLORED RENTALS Household Goods ------

6 66 Misc. For Sate 15 Automobiles $.

house central heat & air cond. JWK good shape some not good. AUTOMATIC vented BTU'
COLORED ultra s 50 VOLKSWAGEN 1959, perfecuon.
modern 2 BR
duplex RAMBLER
extra Ig. living im. & dining apartments. PHONE 376-6819 gas heater* $49; offIce ditton must sell.
Urge living and throh.
area. Shallow well with pump a> desk $59; 3-draw map file. SIt A
t sprinkler system. Only 3 blks. to 3728404NEW dining fan. largo area modern kitchen with T-A-G APPLIANCES r oak table, $19; Drexel Buf Harold Evans. s5 owner

H elem & |r. high sch-wis. Price storage closets. terrazzo Tested and Guaranteed S1 sa top desk, 37.14 -
LISTING with almost an floors tHe baths space heater m : DODGE 1942, 4 dr. 6 .
$14,500 financing avaiL For lP t. $10; nursery cyU
to inspect phone 374-4785 or 372- acre of ground in beautiful Florida and hot water heater factll C Re.to t I>p bib b 11 cook Mer. stand trans l heat

Park. Spacious and gracious ties for washing machines and S up $29 w buml er, i ra .e
5333 Bob Saunders. 1031 NE 22nd 17 Washers from ; lilm I
Ave. three bedroom two bath paved streets. See at N.E. 24th I Dryers from $49 up U rln. easy chair, $3; T; : ;
Ter. or caM for TRDE-INS
appointment 377-
name with large living room antennas lowest price In
2 Food-Freezers $99 1957
_532101'372-5322. fr t door. Air coAt
large dining room pane I lee 2 Dishwashers u TV mast. 20 cents per ft.. Andirons .
fr up power RIH.
ROOMING HOUSEFIVE study; fireplace. oversIzed It TV Sets from up S3; heaters, records books.furniture. 376-1962 Os i

master bedroom two car 45 Furnishes Apts. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. antiques and fAN : ARE-:

BEDROOMS 3 baths newly garage beautiful grounds 419 N I Ave.Ph. 3S hold rummage priced to ., FAIRLANE 500 'J8. air con-
redecorated. Central H.I t. all in perfect condition. EFFICIENCY APARTMtNfS. 150 513 N.W. 8th Ave. dtttoned u.
.1 power t
( NEWNumb.riitj All rooms rented. Completely fur- NEW LISTING In Highlands. Beau __month. Phone 464-3448. trans, radio Ite a Call u 0 .
nished. Excellent Income. Located tifully appointed three bedroom. DISCOUNTPRICES HI Ft speaker. GI 372-4400. ln
in area near Business Professional two bath house for sale' at FHA EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th S*. speaker in Karlson e f
Offices. Price $12.750. evaluation of S1430IL08 Large $45 per mo. Call McKINNEY ished exterior. Cost n MUST SCRIFICE 1941 CADILLAC .

: 81411't living room. large family GREEN REALTOR FR 23617. now $93. C.I 3..11 .. l tow milea CLEANERI
room with broken tile floor make offer.
FOR RENT OR SALE corner lot with sidewalks.enclosed IN WALDO large bedroom and We undersell ELLA'S CERAMICSGreenware P 311.
VALIANT, A.T r ah, 4 dr.
complete kitchen and bath car. everb. 6 .
THREE bedroom home. near Sid garage. Many Firing y._ exterior rJ. & white
ney Lanier School and Main extra luxury features. port fc private entrance. Phone Intrti
FURNITURE CO. Wholesale I Interior. Looks good mechanical
Street Shopping Center. Two bedroom ECONOMICAL living at only S8.- 448-1184. 2145 E. Retll condition. .r AND -iBETTER
NW Ave. at 10th Un. Ave 6-S
St. Cll 354
house In 5
N to be included 900,00 with low down payment FOR A MALE STUDENT who
price. Well landscaped corner possible. Two bedroom masonry needs to save money. An inexpensive COFFEE t.b reuphotstered Ins. MYERS PUM. 1 gal. tank, used CHEVY Impala '64. New,

lot. Call for appointment to see. home of 1.300 square feet in convenient efficiency apt. Not moddem room suites, G.E 1 yr. $ 2.750 mi $2600. Call FR- ,
Northeast. Another two glider, antique 376-2580
but conveniently located to refri fl. Poe
ALACHUA REALTYAssociates bedroom home near the campus. For more info. Phone brlc.a Nearly Ni Fur 6-4405.
iture, NW for sale live or i
University completely furnished FR 83013.WANT IU Ave. FR 44892. QUAIL MERCURY

at $9,900.00 possIble.LARGE with rental Income STUDENT or working mom. dressd. Phone 481-264. steering b cb w 1 power&

er to share 2 BR apt. Call FR ASSORTED home fur. seats. Largo engine. .1 a
well drained
Member Multiple Listing lots In beautiful RId ewood. Reasonable 2-4335 I to 5 PJM. or 374-9702 Dishing to = piece bed 70 Boats-Marina Eqvip.S Can 3766

prices. All improvements paid. after S PJM. Mrs. Abramson. room set t foam '40 SUNBEAM excellent !

435 N. E. 1st St. Ltttlewood Westwood schools 2 room furnished apt., private rubber ma"rs. excellentconditIon. H.P. Johnson, excellent condition cent, one or.Alpin extras. CARS
Phone FR $85 Or will trade for 3
374-2448 Priced
lust around the corner. bath fc entrance. No children or 2 cas or Evinrude. Phone 37693 right. FR 4-7824.

Arle T. Smith Broker J. W.KIRKPATRICK pets. $35 per month. Phone 374- J3 colt auto pstol. tike new. 1 Jos '57 FORD. F-500. 2 Dr., VAT, -- .

35 Hovsss for Sale 35 Houses for Sole Mabel Gore Associate 363. I 44 X 30" divir $, R & H. Exceptil c Ie a I .
reupholstered Hid bed sofa SCUBBA GEAR new tank and Good FR 44921 -

HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR. 2 baihs. 2019 NW 7th Ter. Four bedroom SACRIFICE by owner. nice 3 BR. 46 Unfurnished Apts. with chair $ suites, complete regulator pressure gage. $100. after 5 .U2. '63 FORDFairlane :
2 bath. CCB house in NW sec. Realtor $43; twin beds with foam Call Ronnie at -
Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet living CCB home immediate occu- .611 o 631 1959 CHEVROLET
air tion. Lg. paneled living rm.. with 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 rubber mattresses $22.50 ea.; re- and McCoy FR Impale convertible. -
room. condition. Phone37253J I pancy. $200 equity and ..ssumepaymenlL NEAR CAMPUS 2 BR duplex wood table & six match 2-1. PS. PB new engine. Price "5001 door totf.
or 372-2080. Phone FR 6-0209. wall-to-wall carpeting. Built In ASSOIATES: apt. lease by year $90 per mo. finis $795. Phone top
$43 oak
oven & range. Separate diningrm. Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Married couple only. Not suitable chair ; cabnt 72 Office ( 42 Illttansl...
BY OWNER immediate possession FOR SALE by owner. 4 BR. 2 with bar. $458 down and Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. for children or pets 374-4451. $22JO; 20 x 18 ta ln $1; Equipment T-BIRD '54. good Coition; $1295. r I te Ir ci

financing lli=E"d Not In bath. central heat. air conditioned assume $90 mo. payments. Phone Lewis Kirkland Ben Griffin porch rocker $3; We & sell Call Frank with i. !

a prelect. Call or built in .kitchen dishwasher 376-2313 after 5:30 PJM. 47 Houses for Rent Fum. used furniture. Paulnes 1425 E. STOP _Simpson. 372-9313 7-18 P.M. 2;
374-2748 evenings to see our 1800 i iI Unrv. Ave. Ph.
disposal. 1 blk. from ClubHouse 37650. $2495
I I sq. ft. 4 BR 2 bath, cent heat 4. pooL Membership In.. FRED LOOK ECONOMY car for town driving :

) & air cond. CCB home at t29 NEb cluded. 2911 NE 10th Dr. Phone GLADYSSMITH THREE bedroom. 2 oath house on 66 Mile .For Sale. good buy for student. 57 Ref I
10th PL Silver Lake near Keystone. '
376-1021 after 5:30 P.M. or weekends READThis mileage 28073. Call 3744888.

2 or 3 BR home on Lane Winnot. 3762615.ONE COV. WINTHROP sel.ry desk is chance of a lifetime to Call after 7:3 P.M. a
All furniture Including washIng ARNOLD bedroom house for rent. 1 ml. walnut $120; Ironer, EASY, $90; machines. FOR SALE 1941 Unlversial' Jeep. '63 RAMBLER
: I 3 BR block home 100 x flY lawn buy top quality ;
machine, refrig. & new bedroom 3725393Price past Stengel Field on left Ue of swings nlp heav. gal. steel soft top. good tires. Call FR 2- "
with .
*uit.. Workshop. Located fenced Llgustrium hedge.r road. For further Information 1 312.214 low we don't dare quote 4425 after 3 : -770- 4 door budwt
on beautiful well landscaped high. $300 equity and take over Reduced a Real Bargain REALTORBEATLE _contact FR 41447.IMMACULATE Pries 1 In this adll PM seats, automatic transmissionradio

.' IV* acre lot. $4.600. GR 5-5424 payments. 374-8308. In a 3 brm., 3 bath home in NW 2 BR home NE SINGER te 1957 rebuilt PORSCHE excellent COUPE c. cplet heater, power1
/ after P.M. weekdays. area Finley School. Monthly air 'a.
turn. of office machinery
section completely Urge 250 pieces
at 2115 NW col
U5 per month Includes taxes and payments only $122.00. Central BUYS play area. Near schools. Call SLANT-0-MATIC (typewriters .dl" machines trh. P.M.. 7
'.,, Insurance. All city conveniences PARRISHPRESENTS Heat. Large and beautifullot. for appt. FR 2-9781 after 4 p.m. check registers $2495Classic ..

built In G. E. Kitchens. $100 PLEASE. PLEASE ME. Buy daily and anytime week-ends. Approx. 7 m old does evr calculator. file cabinets) ready 6 OLDS Jetfire fee. air turbo
down VA. $395 down FHA In- I this beautiful 4 bedroom. 2 bath thing with art's. 4 John .
Two story older home. Can be 3 BR furn. house perfect for o b. g "araed. sp. l -
eludes closing costs. Hugh Edwards split level with central heat and tonholes on buttons FR 1122 -
sl bind PiS .
Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street. made into apartments good financing air conditioning. fireplace and small family or mature sturents. hem Pay baL of $ We have all makes and models. .

:374-7971. -See 1228 NW 4th St. 2 car garage. Corner lot. nicely Call 64323. pay. of $7 per mo. Whether Its electric or manual; '
For Rent: 4 Bedroom. 2 bath -and then call usl landscaped. 2.200 square feet Don't call write Jimmy Crosby rebuilt or new. WE HAVE IT. 61 air Chevrolet parw wago with 63 MERCURY.:

NEW MODERN REDWOOD home in Northeast. Central heat $27,300. Owner says sell and 48 Houses for Rent Unfum. Gen. Del.. Gainesville. Bus 11. -
2 bath home J
4 coed
Roomy brm. perfect door automatic
please me too. Inss. Also excellent repair & service 'S Plh h./
and air conditioning. Unfurnish
112.500-$87 monthBL2coIor.db.ths. large corner lot on NW 6th St. 43.000 Phone heater,
at low swo mll. S5 radi
t 1 ed. Central heat-This can be a I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND 3 BR, 1 bath living rm., diningrm. SEWING MACHINE amazing pries. F R 4-4405. power sterin. mileage
'- 130 Ft. lot on paved road. home and future Investment too ., kitchen screened porch; Singer. Zig Zag. Used like new -.
while sit before
Dbl. stainless steel sink. For Rent: 2 Bedroom home In NE See 1924 NW 4th St. Then call brick fireplace we In our the spacious old $110 per mo. with lease. NE 10th condition with Instructions and Grand Opening Sale 1957 Cross country Rambler station ca.
Location. Living room dining guarantee. $44.10 Balance. Dealer. excellent condition. $500.
13 Ft. Formica work area. Ter. 376-6957.
3 bedroom. 2 bath wag.
room and screen porch. Unfurn home. Large STARTS SEPTEMBER 6-1950. $2295
30 in. Coppertone range ished. us.GLADYS kitchen complete with oven 2 BR screened porch. Ig. yard for 372-760 2 Cal

: Laundry rm. adlolrwg kitchenS SMITH range dishwasher. disposal and lease 9-1-43. $110 monthly. Available BOB WHITE QUAIL UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. VW 1960 DELUXE with radio & .
Ft. dr.. Ig. windows
glass NEW LISTING. Almost new 3 bedroom plenty of space for eating. Separate now. 815 NW 20th St. Wese- Dressed quai $1.23 each. 8. FIE CHECK PROTECTOR CO. heater go condition clean.
Beautiful wood
paneled areas.
I Carport and storage room. 2 bath. centrally heated Realtor dining room. Big two car man Realty. FR 4-2472. 442-1931 Florida. 2727 NW 4th St. 41.0 .

1520 NW 35th Ter. FR 2-5400 and large air-conditioned 100 x 200 lot In home Wimberly on Associates: garage.Club. Near University Country 4 ROOM house $34: per mo. Inquire REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig Phone FR 23477FOR '63 RAMBLER :

FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA Estates. Built-in kitchen units. Virginia Power Anna Hinson lot SW 2nd Terr. Phone 374- Zg and attachments. Round beb- 73 Musical Merchandise SALE 1960 FORD cv.. no
Caroline Noyes sews forward and 4 radio heater, >.
4827 before 9 PM. reverse over down take payments.If dr. ove
approval you can have Immediate CLOSE YOUR EYES WHILE I money up
1228 W. University Ave. pins and $4 balance C
possession and ownership of BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bedroom Phone 372-5393 KISS YOU in the privacy of our ALACHUA City limits 2 BR. electric $34. nles. Sewing per mo.MachineService. FOR SALE Monarch B-flat clarinet interested see J. L. Tison

the best value house for sale In 2 bath home with living secluded screen porch. Three kitchen. 2 screened porches Mikel's reconditione In excellentshape. 1404 NW 13th St.
NE Gainesville. :3 BR with air room. separate dining room family MUST BE SOLD by Oct. 10th. 3 bedrooms. Florida room excellent carport. large yard $70 per mo. Univ Ave. 37115 312.1. PLYMOUTH Station 4 $1695

conditioning. Paneled amity I roombOnIng room with fireplace lovely BR. 2 bath house In NW sec landscaping paved street Call 374-7925. BUESCHER alto good 196.. V-8, Wag
living-dining area for extra modern built In kitchen. Central tion. Cent. heat air conditloning- $13,000. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew condition, nearly lo $30. AT. .haler. p
1242 NE 6th Ave., kitchen equipped rel del
spaciousness. Electric range heat.MASON $600 down Phone FR 4-8314.
and Used $40 Phone 376-7254 372-3251 .
and dishwasher. Back yard completely YEAH YEAH YEAH Young $90 per mo. $115 Call .fe .
enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom McKINNEY love speciaL $300 down $41 per 1114 NE 5th St., $110 per ",.0. Complete FULLER'S line of FOTO photo INC.supplies VIOLIN 3/-1 size. $30. day Sat. & '62 FORDs ;

Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at 2 bath home with central month to qualified FHA buy. Call McKinney Green Realtors 372- 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 942 IMPALA Super Sport. 4 speed

2313 NE 7th T.r.PERFECT 1 heating and air condition- GREEN er. 2 bedroom 1 bath oak 3617. Phone 376-2352. power steering. br.ke. radio 500" 4 door herdtoB.automatic ,

f I Ing. Lovely I fenced rear yardmakes 4 BR, 2 bath. CCB HOUSE FOR T-V antennas. S single stack $7 'ZENITH 12 base accordian, like heater. Call Ken at transmission radio I Ihater.

FOR RETIREDOR ideal, play area for chit DEATONREALTORS RENT. Highland Court Manor .Jim double stack. 11300 complete 8th Ave.WE kit. new. $500 will sell for 959 RAMBLER American, radio 4 -
dren. Convenient .to schools. ARNOLD call 372-5347 or 372-2080. $175. Hillcrest Trailer Ct. Lot A heater stand. trans.. excellent ,'
WANT TO buy late model used best offer. Phone \
YOUNG MARRIEDSNew mpg. $425 or ;
NW br
IMMEDIATE occupancy can be 3 2 bath. $120.00 C. B. SPINET PIANOS $1395
NW 3 br 1 bath. $100.00 C.B. rrler.t Exceptionally High
had this
on pleasant 3 bedroom -
spinet with
colonial ranch style home on masonry home on nice Yes this nice home will pleaseyou MARY MOELLER traIn n EXCHANGE benches and new m.tdl '6 VW. good citi $995. 44 .
wooded corner lot. Garage Is per. Multiple Listing Member $1845
fect for storage now conversion large lot in Florida Park. Walking In many ways Its location lit W. Univ. Avenue 372-3522 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR possessed. V KomblBul l for both. .
distance is Ideal In the Northeast 6.
to Gainesville
to Florida room or office later. High B.R. 1 bath Associates: REALTOR ALMOST NEW Mlr chain Gridley Music Co. Phone FR oer. '
and J. J. Finley Schools.UNIVERSITY Highlands area 3 6-55O. 62
G.E. eye level oven and counter. Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwelt for sale. Call Gainesville Shop Center
1019 W. Ave. 6-20. CHEVROLE
L.R. D.R. Fireplacegarage University
3n-S 4
942 XL FORD. full 4 motor on
lap White F. W. Bob Kalkman
terrazzo floors. Hodge
range. ACRES. New westside A real good value FR .-..71 LET'S TRADE 2
WILL transfer to responsible party the floor white with red upholstery
Built-in book cases. Breakf s t Walter Stoddard Jimmy Greene d. .x
restricted subdivision of Ifs realistically priced at 11. your tired air conditioner for a .
counter. Easy qualifying. $12,200. UNFURNISHED. redecorated 2 chc of four spinet or console like new will 1.1 right. nl
lots. Paved Inside 500 A quality home Good rebuilt freezer, "
acre streets. BR house alec Immediate wahr. refrigerator Pick up payments of Wur. Phone
8450 down. $78 month. 372-11
per HughEdwards
37 Real Estate
condition Can be F.H.A. financed rKch."g.4HA.V.E
t Inc. 374-7971. lots $3950 corners $4230. 0 u I- occupancy. Can see Sun. Spinet Piano, trade $1295,
back MERCURY hardtop,
with $330.00 Down and 955
side city limits. thus NO CITY 2-4:30 P.M. or call 372-2788. A-I HANDYMAN SHOP save $220. Wurlitzer Organ In -
BUY HAPPINESS STRETCH $$$ $72.00 per month Drive by FR sound & motion, pick brakes 8. seats radio. excel
By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home 1114 N. E. 5th St. and call for Business Investment Property. FORDYCE ASSC. 6-026 we have a piano up to payments fit lent condition. Phone $ .__

built in this area by TAXES.M.M. appt. FR 2-3417. ISO Front ft. on busy street In We have several nice homes for BLACK-DECKER 4V* Inch electricsaw decor. EARL'S PIANO CO. 943 VOLKSWAGEN sacrifice 1.

ALACHUA HOMES INC. NW. rent. Please call Fordyce and good condition. $40. Phon In W. Univ. Ave. 374-0031. 350 or will consider trade for '
Phone 374-0430 MUST SACRIFICE W-A-N-T Assc. 376-1236 for further Information. FR 2-8420 or FR 2-4379. 7 elder car. Call FR after S 62 RAMBLER
Exchange for property anywherein SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at 2-7 _
Model Home Opening Sun. .
every Yes this is your opportunity to FOUR 900 x 14 WW tubeless tires PM. .
from 1 P.M. city. Contact Wayne Mason $495. Rebui't mill Grand Piano American 4 door radio heater
5 P.M. beginning purchase fine 3 B.R. 2 bath- -
a $7.30. 1935 PontIac station
August 14. 3331 N.W. 28 PL TEW REALTY FR 4-4441 any THREE bedroom house with stove wagon Also another truck load of MUST SELL '61 CHEV 1m- automatic transmission.-
PARRISH Central heated home for $2,000 and refrigerator furnished. Available auto trans.. 1 owner. Oxy-Ace- I .. 2 dr.
4 cyl.
time. pala H
Compare cost with all other 3 under the FHA value of 117,250- tin factory rebuilt pianos
last of Sept. 1311 N.E. 14th tyene welding and burning outfit. & h. good Best offer.
bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond. Located in Madison Park-Own fully guaranteed arrived today. r cditi $995
Ter. Si 15 mo. on lease. Wese- S 8. W 22 CaL combat Call
Associates Inc. mat.rpoll.
We visit
to for all
homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY you 37611
must sell. 2 old
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham er yrs. Anxious to Sell? Waitl man Realty. FR 4-2472. revolver with case. Youth musical needs.LILLIAN'S U
TIME. your &
good condition Don't let this All in very good condi 950 2 DR. Chevrolet new battery
I 0 FHA $1,200 down and $91 par Carolyn Pooley 19 NE First Mary St. Parrish extra good value pass you by. HAVE: 1 acre Industrial lot on NW 819 N.W. 18th Ave. Three bedroom tion. FR 2-7891 or see at MUSIC SORE 4 new tires $100.
Cal las SE 1st reclpp
month to qualified purchaserwith Tel. 372-5375 Don't wait It won't be on the 4th Street house. $85 per mo. Call FR 2- 4135 11th St. after 5 PM. I Stre Phone

Income of $550 per month. market long at this price. Call 9492 or FR 4-5097. until FOR SALE used console piano, extra '61 Volkswagen
Spacious with 3 BR 8. 2 bath, FR 2-3417. WANT: Income property SPECIAL nice. We lust received another Wanted
SWIMMINGPOOL J BR. 2 bath house for lease. close Oct. 19 only. size Automobiles Sunroof extra nice. -
large sep. LR-DR and kitchen to churches school and shop GAS HEATER plus our. gas load of good used upright pianos 1
Call Lea Jackson L .
MOVE IN anytime
from Make
at Neighborhood 4 block of shop- ping. Excellent nelghborh ood. plus complete Bosto your se
ping center at 1005 NE 4th St. Three B.R. sleeping porch 2 ERNEST TEW. REALTY $125 per mo. Call FR 4-1885. .clinders. to n. lectl now before t are all CARS WANTED. i.SS Fords $1195
2904 NW FR 4-4441 .
13th St.
red .
Terms for
bath HOME completely furnished fc .
Harold N. Stringer! Ph. 3729439or economically, all total GAINES CrlL A Her ,
2 BR. CBS. refrig. & for $.6 .
Single car -paved "h
-* garage
44140.RETIRE cost. (only $15.55 down). 10
street City Sewerage, lights 38 Rest Estate Wanted rent. Sc* at 540 NW 2Mb Av*. I Univ. < .. -- -
SPACIOUS S bedroom 2Vt 'bath end water 112.500 with smell Oil collect WEstmorcl44.. Ft.Myers. Archer PROPAHI Fi -siie FOR PIAN good .'GAlKlESVILLEAUTO '
R. $ payi
Avail. Oct. 5.
home with 14 x 32 : 61
masonry WANTED
And enjoy| fishing & gardeningIn down payment Owner will Go 19.
SWIMMING POOL. Located In mortgage Call FR 2- Jp to 5 acres not more than Smiles Used Vacuum Cleaners 1220 N. W. Ave. SALES RAMBlEI
this 2 BR furn. home on Santa carry
the NW section I lust outside 3617. outside city limits zoned 49 Rooms For Rent $15 and UP. some like new. Call Station ,

1 Fe Lake. Lg. fenced lot. underground I the city limits. This Is an exceptional agriculture or business 8, will 374-7110 or see at 712 N. Main 1007 N. Main St. automatic transmission, -ejOta
sprinkling system.
deep rock well. enclosed boat buy at 824.330.CONTEMPORARY ASSOCIATESJ. pay up to $400 per acre. Write NICELY furnished. Private entrance St. Kirby Sales & Service Automotive Phone FR 2.6313Nonthceritrol nice.

dock. Carport screened patio. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. Box. No. 594-A c-o GainesvilleSun. bath and parking space. ALLSTATE metal utility trailer

Only $7.500 good terms. Call 3 bedroom 2 J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Excellent heat business man or like new $10.Call 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Florida'sIndependent $1195 -
448-1758. bath home of Ocala block con- Multiple Listing graduate student. 1514 NE 7th 6-7465 :
struction located In the NW sec 41 Residential Income St. After 6 P. M. '
BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms tlon. Special features Include 3 bedroom. 1 bath. 6-rOom frame DON'T merely brighten your car 48 CHEVROLET pickup. S h a rp. DalerFOR -

2 baths. large convenient. stepdown Florida room. open house. close In. nice neighborhood. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- FURNISHED ROOMS 2 blocks pets. Blue Lustre them. Good tires. See anytime (leave :
See at 1417 NW 10th Ter. beam ceilings. central heatingand Ig. shady lot. $9,950. ,, loining rental property. 200 ft. from campus. 928 SW 1st Ave. eliminate rapid reselling. Rent note). 1424 SE 27th St. '

air conditioning. range. carpets Terms. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Call 378-1398 after S P.M. Male electric shampooer SI. McDanlell HUNTERS AND FISHERMEN, CORRECT 61 BUICK'rdoor

NEWtarge drapes. garbage disposaland 374-5394. Ave. Will sell together or sepa- students only. Furniture Co., Gainesville Shop 1944 half ton International panel THE 4 sedan. radio heater*.

home in new restrict.ad dishwasher. Beautiful lawn rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- FOR QUIET male student. Single ping Center. truck for sale. Phone FR 2-8913. TIME
2-story HOME & INCOMEA .
and shrubs. ONLY $25,300. 4752. After 4PM.
residential area. Has 4 bedrooms room with semi-private bath 21" G. E. T. V. picture tube $119S

2 baths upstairs living. : very nice 3 B R. 1 bath hometo available Immediately. Located ok but something Is wrong (I .'
dining kitchen. family room. LOVELY split level 3 bedroom. home 1 bath located live In and adjacent buildIngs 42 Farms & Acreage across street from heart of campus. don't know what) $25. (This maybe 83 Motorcycles (Scoter, FR 2-1411

& down- masonry for Day Nursery now In Phone FR 4-3012.
study. powder room in the NW section lust a great bargain) Call FR Of
stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. operation with unlimited income. 80 ACRES 962 ZUNOAAP, 230 excellent Courtesy
inside the city limits. ONLY LIGHT housekeeping room everything
Phone FR 2-8945 W. P. Ridge- Shaded lot 160 x 415. N. W. lo condition, must '
$15,230 with $700 DOWN. South of Newberry and West of fur$10 a Workingman 250.SINGER slL 61
we. Uni.ersit
way. cation. For full particulars call US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful preferred. -361, ext. 466-3237. rvMconopy. Fla. St. 16th Art. RMBLEr
372-4351. N. Main at
BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom large trees. Partly cleared. 2523. 4 door
New ROOMING HOUSEThe suitable for pasture or farm- AUTO ZIG ZAG TRIUMPH Motorcycle, Speed twin
home. Lot 100 x 110' ex. home with 2 sleeping porches located single room for
& shrubs. ing. Several I lovely home sites. LRGE workin 500 CC excellent condition. S.
tenor paint. Trees at 214 NE 5th Avenue. weekly maid $895
income from this large two RepossessedReal Phone Hume Hall and ask :
Only $120 Half cashand m.
Near churches and new shop ONLY $14,000 with $1,200 DOWN. per Phone
416 NE 2nd Ave.
story home net the owneran nice. No attachments need Terry In rm lost.
Walk Limewood w'll S year terms. S. E. SAPP
ping centers. 372-181. __ BARKLEYMOTORS
372-1115 or
income paying I for the REALTOR, NEWBERRY. ed. Person with good credit take
Westwood schools. Bus property and give him a nice up pay. of $4 mo. or pay balance HARLEY DAVIDSON 74.

service. Strip oak floors. window JOHN apt. to live In. For full details 50 Mobile HomesAIR of $74. Write Jimmy Crosby 1960 FR 2-
cornices aV Venetian blinds. call us.NICE. 40 Acres approx. 4 ml W of I Gen. Del. Bus mel, Cal '60

FHA financing $430 down & Gainesville. Livable house $20- I CONDITIONED 10 X 2 BR iness. G.lnvii 1775. f CHEVROLE-
lit'>> monthly. Includes insur. & NEWIf 000. -
trailer good per
nee .. taxes. 17 NW 36th St. I month. Call locati. so "GIVE-A-WAY PRICES" 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS "IN THE AUTO GAME- trlnsllsl. radio, h.Ifr'

Phone FR 2-8413. REALTORMULTIPLE you want a really nice home 14.2 acres NW 39th Ave. Beautiful 1 376013 Refrigerators $25 up; 17 c. ft. BARKLEY'S THE NAME" cln. _

THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. LISTING then take a look at this new 3 rolling land in country. 51 Misc. Rentals freezer 1 like new size AIR CONDITIONING fun up 2201 N. Mom St. -
BR. 2 bath CB home at JUt $45 brand new sofa
$750 gas ; S2JO for $1195
traverse rods. down pay PHONE FR 2-1494 5 acres Nr new Hosp.; suitable for 'I SP.I. perolnc. FR 2-4373
4004 N.W. 21st Drive NW 16th Ave. Half acre lot. Central bed & chair 159.t.
$83 off 39th per Ave.mo. ASSOCIATES heat 8 A-C. Family Room complex bldg.Ranchettes TRAILER SPACE te.Chrysler mike cars. mels.Hawes
Elec. kitchen. A small down FOR Complete ft. telescopic all channel Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning -
IF YOU CAN FIND A BETTER W.H.8UCKHANNANOCALA payment will move you In. Give S. of town; price re- $20 MONTHNewberry kit 3$18.95. Servicing Center.

HOME FOR $22,300. BUY ITI block. 3 1S R. 2 bath. Irg us a call today. duced. II. Trailer PIe.SIA Plr Eco kit $12 Main St., Phone FR 2-2541.2 N VOLK '60 RAMBLER '
Wo do not believe you can find open-beam ceiling. paneled dinIng Newberry Guaranteed cheapest prices.
a better home for your money with fireplace UNIVERSITYREALTY 430 acres. West of Gainesville Call air conditioned.'
family room 4 door sedan,
anywhere In the Gainesville area. Irg. fenced-in back yard 295 acres with hwy. frontage. Wonted T. Rent WILLIAM'S SERVICE CENTER 85 Automobiles fO Solo jEN Beautiful ear. -
these features Sunken
Look at : built-in Hawthorne Rd. -
kitchen. 374-2080 or 4481483. -
living room. Solarium. .Huge UNIVERSITY fc family 372-3937 CLEAN 195 Fleetwood C.dliac .
covered screened porch with pass- (3 children) a substantial All AC new ., $99 ;
through bar and gas bar-b-que THREE bedroom. family room 1115 N. Main St. 3 wis BR home with 14 Ft. boat trailer and 35 HP exhaust Highest offer .

pit. Central air conditioning. located on large corner lot. Excellent Ph 372-4351 REALTOR cent. heat. P. O. Box 12144. Univ. motor. Small baby crib also 5 over $500 sye. and take up

luxury kitchen with wlf..savlngcllsIIw.sher neighborhood convenientto W. M. Monroe Broker 1019 W. University Ave. Sta. Gainesville. HP Outboard motor. after payments of $39.44 per mo. Call
and disposaL G. E. schools and shopping. FHA Assoc: FR 6-4471 2:00 P.M. FR 4-4391. 376-3971 ANYTIME. MILLERI

oven and range. Terms arranged. 'financing. The James Company. S. E. .
McLaughlln Prank Roby
Office-Desk 60 Volkswagen
Hugh Edwards. Inc. 374-7971. Phone 372-7401. Roy McCann T. C Douglas Jr. 140 ACRES. 3 BR home, tobacco 5 SpaceTURlTYBUlLDiNG STOP FORD 1954 Fairlane, 4 dr. auto

allotment, barn tractor 4 equip.. trans ecl'ent Cdltio 1 own- 1030 E. Univ. eisa amper. equipped, extra
utility sheds ahd pasture. Only LOOK er. C.I 372-8703 .fer P. FR 2-3582 < appreciate. -
$ .ooo. $7200 down baL over Sits W. University Ave. First Class nle. 1 N t

20 yrs. Office Space. Air condeleva READThis

SERVICESHome FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. for, off-street parking. Janitor VOLKSWAGEN, sunroof,
REALTOR service available. Cad FR is a chance of a lifetime to 6 $1395
924 W. Univ. 374-1234 o FR 2-3419. b top quality office machines. radio heater, solid white extra 1965

TOBACCO ALLOTMENT TWO e lint completed, first Prices 1 low we don't dart quote d..low mneae. 25

Gllchrlst County. 120 acre farm. c.s ft. to each office. them In this adll .
*k mile highway frontage 2 bedroom month each. Located MELTON MOTORS '
And BusinessAuto home. tobacco barn and 1.8 2415 N.W. 6th St., Nationwide 250 pieces of office machinery FORDS 60 FORD, : .

acre tobacco allotment. Excellent Insurance, FR 4-2524. (typewriters adding machines 783 N MAIN ST. FR 4-7571 lation wagon .ute

terms. check protectors, cash radio,
ANGLE REAL ESTATECall 54 Business Rentals c.lcl.tor file cabinets tlnslsl hltr.
r.1 ARE .
us for detailsC. .
gl $845
BulldozingSMALL Upholstery L. Angle Broker SMALL warehouse for rent. '
O. J. Angle Associate DAN BYRD We have all makes and models. POOLECABLEMOTORS I

bulldoZer. loader. dump 4404 NW 13th St. 374-4927 3768268.FOR Whether irs electric or manual -. .
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER your furniture at rebuilt or new. WE HAVE IT. HEREDon't .

-soiL Phone 372-7844. reasonable prices. Call Salty. FARM for sale. lee acres located LEASE 10.000 ft. storebuilin -

Experienced. FR 4-9888. 4248 approximately 20 miles North of W. Univ. s. $800 Also excellent repair & service at DODGE-DART NO DOWR :

Mortgage Broker N. W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. Gainesville on Santa Fe River. Call HennaII amazing low
Over \i mile river frontage. 50 FR 4-2441 o B. F. Mill Hay pris. TRUCKS miss the a oe .f- PAYMENT i

1 acres cleared 140 acres wood CAR
fordable FORD !
6-75. Sale ever Bfjfest -
MORTGAGE MONEY ed. 2 acre tobacco allotment. Grand Opening 119 SE 1st Ave. 372-4343
5Vi per cent interest. Terms to Shoo building. Long term
house and tobacco barn. Idealfor LRGE change in FORD'S Fer.Mtv
25 years.BUY Rent 2007 NE 27 h 2
BUILD DO YOU NEED. Florida room. ex- row crop farming. $100 per leas o sale
Ore room more room. roof work acre terms. 6-S UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. '57. 4 dr. $16

Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 or maybe a complete new home? FOR STORE I WAREHOUSE & FiE CHECK PROTECTOR CO. Value Rated Se..k' ;

For I free estvnate. a> guaranteed sp. call John Merrill Realtor., I 2727 7 NW '"St. ISHAW 2 air.

FHA and conventional at lowest work. phone Carl CWaters ALSO land have -200 ideal acres for of high planting rolling DOWUNG'J UPHOLSTERY I Used Cars I 57 er.l. .. 14=;

current rates. Terms to 25 3721M.EXPERIENCED *
Will discuss at pines. Adjoins Olena State Park. 56 Business Chairs l as s No money '5 S OUs 2 air. fcrdtp. U:
gladly no I
years. Call. tomorrow. CARPENTERPaint $108 per acre terms. Contact Oppor.iiaBE down, as $. per m B&G MOTOR CO.

obligation.J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor I, and repair lobs performed ty John R. Dykes Reg. RE Broker. Free estimates pickup d I '5 t Ftymeirth 4 Jrkrdtp ? '.
Glass Rt. 2 Box 122C3 Cftra. Fla. YOUR OWt'F service. All work Oldsmobile I
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 18494 carpenter who loves his trade. or 'I Cadillac 14
bust CALL FR 6-4907 -call 439-5719 Ocala. II te Phone 376flU.UPRIGHT 2001 NW 13th St. & ... :
AUTO GLASS is our only FRED B. ARMCAD for sale $85.
ness. Immediate Installation REAl TOlt Paper Hanging Painting 43 Colored PropertyHOMES PIAN. I '57 Buick 4 fr.$28;
& delivery. Add FHA AKD CONVENTIONALLOANS Tile of All Kinds Linoleum good
free pickup -
American O3 Company will have a Phone FR 6-9058 or
beauty 8. value to your car. Dry Wall Work 27"
FOR SALE I 57 In. w | :
MAULOIN'S AUTO GlASS CO. 219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 371-3522 C. C. GREEN 2 t 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. &. 15.service station station available Is located October FR 68085. TROPICALPONTIAC I KEETER M.rr
ad la- .
323 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2338. F. H. A. Conv. loans Melntosh. Fla. 591-3341 7th Ave. Small down payment.: cent ti the Greyhound Bus TVs Largest selection In .5Ford4dr. . 23

FORDYCE a. ASSOCIATES. INC HAVE your house painted the modern monthly payments $37 to $45.' pot. 0 i e7$19-$80-17-23 inch trade "

Auto Equipment REALTORS 374-1234 wey. An work guaranteed Also homes bunt en your tot I Mini Iv allow. Financing & discounts O 238 W. University '57 Fees 4 dr. ..-. 21
924 W. Univ. with no down payment Ph.
free estimate. No lob too big P.i cash sale: KIRKLAND T-V Haw
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt aj or too SINn.MODERN. FR 2-4125. Prei gl theme Rd. across from Gaines- 302 N.W.Sth Ave. Phone FR 6-5371

exchanged Repair kits tar HOME REPAIRS PAINTING CO. LOTSI I Call J. P.rrsh. 376-210. Drlve-ln. FR 2-5. FR %.251

Walker s- Factory authortz- PHONE FR 6-2210 am Interested In buying several GE push button 4
Sd Walker Hydraulic Jack 61 Wanted e ra RIDGWAY
Servic Agent. HUllS BRAKE PAINTING 8 REPAIR WORK lots at the right price. Cad t Buy bur timer y

SERVICE & SUPPLY UU .. John (Slim) Coolsby 372-4125. ; C S. Sacrifice at $

Main' FR 24w, 376-6511 Roofing New. Quality Hugh towards buttt COINS WANTED GE good .cond.so.

home. Three bedroom, 1 bath. A U. M foreign sliver FR RAMBLERS -
2-5. 1964
AdvertisingIbOKMATCI4 HOUSE REPAIRS PAINTING c. L HARRELL As low as $43. per month with dla, p sets and 1955
1 (tire
20 yrs. experience S2400 down or will arrange terms dollars. SERVICE EQUIPMENT
Phone 376-0191 Contractor to suit buyer. Located 443 NE REEL STAMP & COIN SHOP I power grease gun, floor. MOTOR
ADVERTISING: For afl your roofing needs and repairs W. ONLY LEFT
University Ave.
and MONOGRAMING cal M anytime. Uth Street. l I II cp. p.wa. 5
Edwards. Inc.
Call Hank eiackstodcAppraisal FR 4-7745 RETIRED executive would like el. .
Phone 374-7971 .
I S12-276f. Invest to small business. b b eee. col
1 with 2 BRAND NEW
TUBE !Repair Special. SI NICE freshly painted house in to P.O. l 61. Keystone box ) .
Service per Inch plus SiC to Install most tlWIsVg; rVlOCnssat ...... the Jonesvtile Settlement. 2'bed Florida. HiDEHU 1419 Hawthorne 35 CO

tubes. 1 Year wa".,. Special rooms. $l5a closing cost balance IDIFIER Repossessed Automatic 3 EXECUTIVE DRIVEN -
payments. Cat 374-1S2 dayor f roomsooeret.
FRED Reconditioned TVs from $993. easy Ill
I B. ARNOLD does
from twin zig sag
THE VARIETY STORE nIght vt cr. lir n.
PHONE button holes
VICE CO. 811 W. UntvwvMy e I
REAL ESTATE PRAISAV\ / S.E. 1st Ave. Ave 378-1355. We repair an TWO bedroom house with bam. Located 362 darns"mends, good condition. SAVINGS UP TO 1132S. i:
SERVICEM19 4 Technician's with 84 experience i .
years .
S81.Mikelfs $50.0
Makes. Work fully guaranteed. In New Gainesville Arra. 64 Hanssch.14 ColeDINING S4JO per month. Balance
WUP4tvAVE._ P54. 172-3372 on all makes.ADVERTISE .
cost 'ow Service
$130 closing monthly Sewing Mi l
payments. Available Immediately. ROOM never been C RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. .
Garage DoonGARAGE IN THE BRUCE BUILDERS. 123 NW 45 used. I SUITE arm 115 W. Univ. :135 1
_. U t.b. b.
DOOR SPECIALIST ADVERTISE IN TOT Ave., FR 41820.ADVERTISE. chair I Reed t FOLDING ping pong table w'" 1132 S. ST. FR 2-8433 FR 28433r -
$308. 14 SW St. .
Installation .. repair. Having .e- 3. net & paddles $25; 1958 ZenIth MIN
rage i dIM troubles Can R. G.CMa .. SERVICE DIRECTORY SERVICE DJKBCTOAT: IN THE CLEAN used refrigerators t sale. 17- plb TV little used, S25. -

i J73-1W3 VII NW kin Ave. SERVICE DIRECTORY Phone v m Iq


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