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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Pub. Co.
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September 8, 1964
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Daytona Beach (AP) H u r r i cane
85 Dora, a monster of terrifying

aoo. 65mpo force, churned inexoraby to;

70 ward Florida's midsection today

@ with winds up to 130 miles an
I S S S hour.
t Hurricanes should not be taken lightly. The storms can inflict
Residents in low lying areas
both the indifferent and the West Palm : .
unsuspectingwho -
heavy damage upon Beach Florida
along 280 miles of coast in -
are not adequately protected, according to A. M. Pettis, -. Georgia and South Carolina
safety leader with the Florida Agricultural Extension Service.
were advised to evacuate. Tides
The key to protection is preparation. By taking sensible measures
10 feet above normal were fore
before, during, and after a hurricane, you can guard yourself, o'd -. cast.

your family and your property against its violence. Nassau \ The Weather Bureau said hur
First, keep well-informed when the presence of a hurricane or S 250
Ke ricane-force winds could
Y yy esf
lesser tropical storm is detected. Thanks to modern hurricane warn
Is, the shore
ing services, there usually is plenty of time to prepare for a blow. V moaning along
San Salvador
from Melbourne Fla. southof
Local radio and television stations will provide current information n \) 4* .
the nation's center at
supplied by the U. S. Weather Bureau. space

When the Weather Bureau determines that a particular section PACKING 130 M.P.H. WINDS, HURRICANE DORA THREATENS COAST Cape Kennedy, to Brunswick,
of a coastal area will soon be struck by a hurrican, a "hurri
cane warning" will be issued. Pettis points out that everyone in this New Hearing Dozens of cities and towns

designated zone should immediately take all possible precautions.Once Auto Talks in Last Ditch along the coast began buttoningup
for Dora had
a striking area
a "warning" has been announced, there's time to preparebut
450 miles across-bigger than
no time to waste. On
When a "hurricane warning" is posted, residents should evacuate Tonight all New England.
delay Effort With Hours GoDETROIT Hurricane winds of 75 m.p.h.or .
beaches and lowlying coastal locations immediately. Don't to
extended outward 150
since roads to safer areas may become impassable due to House CodeBy more
miles to the north of Dora'scalm
hurricane winds or rain.If .
you live in a reasonably safe area and your home is well, JEAN CARVERSun (AP) Negotiators a.m. Wednesday deadline, Weary bufhopeful, the negoti- eye and 100 miles to the

constructed, stay home and make emergency preparations.Check Staff Writer made a last-ditch attempt bargaining teams were expected ators decided to break off talks south. Gales extended 350 miles

on everything outside your home that might be blown awayor The .prbposed... housing c o de today to reach agreement on a to meet in round-the-clock Sunday night and begin the north hurricane, 100 south.A watch. with gale

blown against the house. Pettis warns that garbage cans, to the Commission tonight new labor contract between sessions. morning."We .
goes City from Stuart
warnings posted -
tools lawn furniture, awnings and ether Ioo e and the United Auto selected the was
gardening toys, > Chrysler Chrysler was as
for what the City Plan I wanted to have a fresh Fla., just north of the win
objects can become destructive weapons in hurricane-iorce winos. Workers Union, with a strike UAW's No. 1 strike target this
Board is the last hear-
hopes outlook on this last day because ter playground of the wealthy at
Firmly secure object that cannot be stored. deadline hours General Motors
any only
over or
away. year
before commissioners take
ing there be haul
may a long Palm Beach, north to Myrtle
Park your car on high ground in case of flooding. The best place definite action. As the clock ticked off the Ford, the other members of the "
some ahead, commented one of the Beach, S.C.A .
for an automobile is in a garage or shelter, or any place where final 24 hours toward the 10 auto industry's Big Three. .
trees are not likely to fall. Fill gas tank (in case evacuation is Although the code was refer- Chrysler bargainers.UAW Cape Kennedy, emergencycrews

necessary), make sure windshield wipers are in working order, and red to the commission in identi- President Walter Reu- lowered five huge rock

set brakes after parking. cal action last January,'commission Sketches ther observed: "I leave here' ets from their pads but left a

Any loose limbs or palm fronds should be cut down, and objections sent it back Barry tired but more hopeful than sixth'a 190-foot Satu n 7 -

television antennas removed from the roof and stored. If you for revisions and modifications.The when I came in. We agreed that poised for flight in its support

have a swimming pool, drain half the water in it to help prevent we could do more productivework ing gantry.It .
flooding in the yard. most recent public dis- Tax Cut Proposal with a fresh start tomor was designed to withstand

Boats should not be overlooked, since they can be sunk or fusion of the code was on August row." winds of 175 m.p.h.
4 when joint city commission Dora, the season's second hurricane -
Most smaller boats a
damaged quite easily. can be hauled out Three when GM
years ago
Ariz. AP
PHOENIX, ( ) Sen. San Diego is his first stop.
of the water and put on a trailer. After stripping off the accessories, plan board'"studysession" was the strike target, announcement was many times greaterin :;
Barry Goldwater launched his In a speech at Los Angeles
in three- size than the first, Cleo,
let the air out of the trailer tires, and lash it down. A .boat erupted a of an agreement came at 4
first presidential campaign tour tonight, Goldwater will out
hour wrangle led by Commissioner spell which killed more than 130 per
moored in water should have enough slack in the line to allow for
six hours before the
a.m. just
pitching or rising seas. James Richardson.A *today by charging that the the details of his tax cut pro- sons in the Caribbean and
Johnson administration "in effect gram-already sketched by a deadline. caused an estimated $115 mil
The best place for a larger boat to weather a hurricane is in an
more recent to aide. Earlier, Reuther said at a
promises regiment our top lion in Florida'seast
damage along
inland creek or canal. Before securing, position the craft away from
afternoon session, how- at home and has demon Labor Day rally in Detroit'sCadillac 1 late
docks, pilings, or overhanging trees. people The Arizona senator envisionsa coast last month before -
ever, found c o m issioners Souare, that "a mile
strated that it will wreck our turning out into ttv north
House windows are vulnerable to either flying debris of wind the code'sprovisions five per cent annual reductionin
agreeable to most of generates where and
we are
Atlantic. Cleo's
pressure. Board up, tape, or put storm shutters on both large alliances abroad. both individual and corporate top winds were
a v o r ing some where mangement is.
and small windows., Although tape may not keep a window from income taxes, linked with a onlv 30 miles across.
changes in administration of the A 25 per cent, five-year tax He told an estimated 100,000
Shortly daybreak, Dora
it is effective of drive to reduce at least hold
breaking, an way preventingflying glass. or
regulations.The cut proposal in his pocket, the
(See PREPARE on Page 2) the line on federal expenditures. persons that when he left the was about 350 miles east of
board's recommendation Republican presidential nomi- rally]] he would be readv "to Cape Kennedy and moving
He believes it be
set out from Phoenix on a can financedout
of the code is unanimous. nee bargain around the clock for westward steadily at about 15m.p.h.
of increased tax
Under the proposed code! a campaign journey that will revenues two days" if necessary to reachan .
five member housing board cover 11 cities in seven states. produced by economic expan- agreement. "It's too early to say whereit
sion-and that the
16 COUNTIESGO and five man appeals board time the same will make land," said forecaster
a Republican administration -
would be appointed by the City Raymond Kraft at Miami
Toll could balance the
Commission.The Holiday make budgetand WHERE TO "but the area of hurricane
payments against the
warnings should feel hur-

ON ALERTJACKSONVILLE enforcing officer would Falls Short national debt.Goldwater's. FIND IT ricane-force winds sometimelate

be assigned by the city manager tour opening tonight."

to inspect housing. statement said Johnson "lists Comics . . 7 "Dora is a large and severe

RecordBy prosperity, justice and peace as Classified 13-15 hurricane with highest winds
(AP) Sixteen counties in eastern Florida Planning Director David Of the three parts of his pledge to Entertainment 12 estimated at 130 m.p.h. near
Godschalk, who helped preparethe Obituaries . 2
Civil Defense the American people. But not "
were alerted by state headquarters today to put the center, the Weather Bu
code has
proposed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS freedom. Opinion Page . 4
into effect their plans for natural disaster as Hurricane Dora said
commissioners and board reau adding:
plan Sports . .9, 10
The President in Labor
threatened. members that 24 per cent of the Traffic fatalities over the long a Day Women's . .5 "It has the strength to put upa
Col. H. W. Tarkington, state Civil Defense director, placed city's buildings-residential and Labor Day weekend soared past speech at Detroit talked of 10-foot tide a little north of

the state office here on 24-hour operational alert. otherwise are unsound. He the 500 mark today, although -(See BARRY- on Page 2)) (See DORA_ on. n_.._Page t)_

Counties notified to implement .their disaster plans are: said 22 per cent of the city's National Safety Council officials

Nassau, Duval, Baker, Clay, St. Johns, Putnam, Flagler, Vol. buildings have inadeq u ate said the number of deaths

I usia, Seminole, Brevard, Orange, Indian River, Okeechobee, plumbing facilities. would not approach record fig-

St. Lucie, Martin and Palm Beach. Godschalk said the city commission ures.

I They will prepare for any necessary evacuation and take has four primary responsibilities Howard Pyle, president of the

other precautions prescribed when a hurricane approaches. under the proposed safety council, credited cautious

I code; driving on the part of home
-To hold assessment hearings ward bound motorists with Ham9.

where liens are placed against keeping the death toll behind

What to Do property owners who refuse to last year's record of 557 lives.

repair their buildings. Throughout most of the 78-hour

-Adopt assessment resolu weekend, the- number of deaths

tions.Establish had kept pace with the record

About UtilitiesJust enforcement poli setting 1963 figures.
3 iby
-Appoint members of the Early Sunday evening the n3 % ya s ti yv S ? .
appeals and housing boards. number of deaths reached 450 :

in case Hurricane Dora hurricane winds and fallen Tonight's hearing dominatesthe and safety council spokesmen ,

comes this way, the Gainesville trees starts with hospitals and commission agenda. The expressed fear that a new kfD\: !

Utilities Dept. advises: blood banks. Street lights will meeting is at 7:30 at the Utili- record would be set as motorists '

be the last items on the list ties Operation Center, 555 SE clogged highways on the way '

FILL a container-bath tub to be repaired. 5th Ave. home. % '
or buckets-with water. }t2; :; V

port CALL fallen these wires numbers or ire to es-ro- Cabinet Hires Job Corps StaffAt ..'/4'. _

City Hall switchboard, 2-4231;

Utilities Storeroom, 6-1271 TALLAHASSEE (AP) The job training and staff the cen- the centers, Florida youth
Power Plant, 6-3001; Police, -
Cabinet took a step toward providing ters on a permanent basis when will be able to get counseling on A

2-4221; Sheriff, 2-0464. employment for Florida they are established.The job opportunities and to be able v.1f/ ibYx .. rs;" y
r q ab n
DO NOT go out on the streetat youth today by hiring 53 peopleto first center was scheduled to solve employment problems

night during or after a hurricane to be' located in Miami. Others under special guidance.
because of the danger of staff .the proposed federal- located in most of Flor.ida's __ __.n__ m__ __ ..__
state youth employment centers Gov. Farris Bryant and other
larger cities later.A .
fallen wires. Bulb Sale
throughout the state. Cabinet members have endorsedthe Light
be few months the Cabinet
DEEP FREEZERS should ago, I'
The Cabinet, acting upon a one that would
program as t
kept closed to retain as much recommendation from the Flor- ] voted to accept a grant Mayor-Commissioner Howard McKinney (left) lit off the annual Lions light bulb !
and the
both the
cold air as possible.The ida Industrial Commission, authorized from the federal government help youth gen- sale with the first purchase today. Charles W. Fristoe (center) of the Gainesville \

city's priority list for restoring $207,738 for salaries. under the Manpower Develop; eral population and economy of Lions Club and Edwin F. Isenhour of the University City Lions made the sale. i

to areas where The 53 workers will begin ment Training Act to establishthe Florida by lowering unemploy. Proceeds from the three-day house-to-house campaign goes to the Lions sigh t

lines have power been torn down by immediately on interim on-the- centers. ment. conservation and community service activities. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis7 ) \


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I __ Goinesville Si'n Tuesday, September 8, 1964

I A, Lot of Wind.. and Water--in a Lethal' Dose BecomesA'Facelift'


JI. .
:; Reality"Operation

By JACK HORAN 60 per cent of them form during their birthplace in the tropical one storm. On the other end of Tiros can find the storms first.

Hurricanes are just a lot of August and September.The seas north of the equator. In ,the scale, there have been 9 Search radar on all Flo I rida Facelift" left the

wind and water. ingredients necessary to What Hurricanes Are this area of the world, their direction .years when three storms cross- coasts make it possible to track drafting table this morning.
North America. ed and watch any storm with its
This simple explanation of concoct a tropical storm are is toward Florida soil. Crews from the City and
the dang(-rous tropical stroms I either the intense heat of the Frequently, they veer northeastward center within 200 miles of the Plants
which lash Floridais What They Can Do before battering The hurricane birthrate is relatively -state. The radar installations located -the University of Florida
occasionally any .
sun low area
or a pressure of five tear-
low. An average and Grounds Dept. began
at Miami, Key West
for land If this curvature is
probably good enough native known In mass.
as an easterly wave.
have been spawnedover out sections of sidewalk
Floridians who have weathered delayed or deflected by a high annually Tampa, Appalachicola, and ling

the former the sun's heat
- energy the past tour decades. Oi I ;from the entrance to the Flori-
many big Lows' just as is converted into rotati n g companies a hurricane. The average The climatologist reminds us pressure area, the hurricane coast- Daytona Beach, can detect any
I those which survive,.t their Museum in the Seagle
change in direction of move-Ida
j: they have overcome mosquitoesand winds, spinning in a counter- amount varies from 5 to that hurricanes can cover a may roll inland along the U. S. line score is poor Avenue.
accuracy ment by virtue of continuous Building on University
eastern seaboard Gulf Coast.
rattlesnakes. clockwise direction. At the cen- :10 inches, but rales in excess of large region. Roughly circular in or roughly two a year have hit surveillance. The project was added to the
'J But hurricanes can be a threat ter of this whirling dervish is 20 inches within 24 hours have shape, the storms may generate Florida is in a vulnerable some part of the United States. I downtown "Facelift" project by
to human life if preparation the "eye", an area of calm 5 been observed. The "C e d arKey" dangerous squalls 250 miles spot since it juts ou! into the of Many years ago, says the Ex-[Museum Curator J. C. Dickin-
not made beure one strikes, to 25 miles in diameter.A Storms Any time it appears one seriment Stations scientist, hur-
hurricane of ocean area.
September from the center. Winds in these son i and UF President J. Wayne
t says Keith Buts-on, state clima- from these maritime mons t e r s ricanes often struck without!
squally easterly wave can 1950 poured 39 inches of be may approach the state
nearjy squalls can very destructive.A .Reitz as a link to the revitalization -
with the Florida Weather
tologist develop into a storm if condi- rain in a day and night onYankeei'own the west, south, and east. might hatch, the U. S. warning. The result was exten-!I plans for the four blocks
Experiment Sta tions are right, and will build up Florida's Gulf hurricane has two types of Bureau becomes intensely in- sive damage, injury, and death.i;
tions. Thanks to modern detection -wind it intensifies. on motion. One is the rapid rotation -I The deadliest hurricane was terested. Butson points out the With the ability of forecasters j I facing Courthouse Square.
velocity as ::: coast. The coastal inland from
the blow of 1923. More than have cut
After the
t city crews
and tracking devices, the around the center where Bureau has many ways of detecting -to transmit up-to-date; information -
U. S. Weather Bureau can provide A tropical tempest officially Yankeetown to Tampa was strongest winds blow. The other -. 1,800 Floridians died when waters disturbances. A high- through radio and television -the sidewalks for four antique
flooded for
plenty of advance notice so attains hurricane. status when several weeks. This is the forward motion of the of Lake Okeechnbee ov -r- flying example is the Tiros sat- Floridians can be assuredof brick planters, the masonry
its sustained wi/id speei is 75 was the greatest 24- hour rain- flowed and flooded the region to be -
Floridians can batten down entire body, which ranges from ellite, which scans the earth having ample time to work is expected to completed
miles hour. Winds ol !;!0) to fall on a small area ever knownin the south. propare
an is
.. their hatches. the U. S. about 5 to 15 miles an hour. The from its lofty perch. in outer for a big blow.If later this week. Planting
The first step of preparation' 100 miles an hour ire: faiJy crm- combination of the two motions Historically, a tDtsl of 71 hur-' space and relays pictures 01 scheduled to be completed by

is to understand hurricanes mon in mature hurricanes, says Other hazards which the will usually produce the strongest ricanes slapped the state from world weather conditions backto the Weather Bur e au's this weekend.

what they are, how they act, Butson. Although such extreme storms bring when they pum- winds in the storm's for- 1885 to 1963. Small but destructive -; earth. Air Force and Navy warnings are heeded and proper Noel Lake and W. E. Rowlandof
and how frequently they occur. velocities are rare, tha hIghest! mel mainlands are high tides, ward right quadrant. The Cleo marched up the east I "Hurricane Hunter" reconnaissance precautions are taken, most the UF plants and grounds

Butson says hurricanes are recorded hurricare wind was ranging from 3 to 10 feet above weakest winds are usually found coast last month, the first in I planes along with Weather -residents can avoid personal in-\department are handling th e

born in the Caribbean Sea, the 186 miles an hour, noted in New normal. In some cases, tides directly opposite this zone. 1964. During that period, there Bureau observational research jury and sericus property damage planting plans in cooperation

Gulf of Mexico, and the trop- England in 1938. may rise even higher and flood Hurricanes initially move on have been 35 years with no planes provide mud if a hurricane strikes their with Gene Liddon, head of the

ical North Atlantic Ocean. About! Generally, heavy rainfall ac low-lying inland areas. a west to northwest course from storms and 26 years with only meteorological information, but community.ed city parks department. '. ._

Thomas JjaKer, associate '

I. @Uttuartu [lore About Break-ins I Hurricane Term GlossaryAt curator dinated of the the project museum with, Planning coor '

Director David Godschalk (

PrepareFrom Store Here is a glossary of terms listen for subsequent advisories hurricane conditions are I "Operation Facelift" is a joinl

frequently used in hurricane ad- and be ready to take precautionary considered imminent and may project of the Chamber of Com
MR. AND MRS. J. C. Cogdill and L. M. Cog- at least i
visories. action in case hur- begin immediately or merce's Committee of 100 headed
; :JOSEPH HIGGINS dill of Knoxville, Tenn., V. A. School within 24 hours. Precautionaryactions
Page 1 Keith Buson, state climatolo- ricane warnings are issued. by Howard Hall and downtown
Cogdill of Tampa, J. !,. Cog- with wind should be started im merchants.The .
Services for Mr. and Mrs. gist the Florida Agricultural SQUALL: A strong us- I
Joseph Vincent Higgins of St. dill of Jacksonville, J. S. Cog- When the wind starts blow- A series of weekend break-ins Experiment Stations, says ually associated with a thunder- mediately.

Petersburg will be Wednesdayat dill of St. Marks, Fla and F. Pettis window here resulted in undetermined all Floridians should be familiar storm or shower that increases GALE WARNING: A warningof
11 a.m. in the Catholic Stu- \V. and S. B. Cogdill of Gainesville ing, says open a I losses for two merchants and with these terms as they will be suddenly in speed, maintains its winds within the range of 39 last president to be *

dent Center with the Rev. Fath- ; three sisters, Mrs. Malis- on the side of the house away I he A. Quinn Jones ElementarySchool. heard in connection with storm peak speed over a peroid of two to 51 miles an hour. bachelor when he entered the

ers Frak Mouch, Jerome Caro- sa Sayne of Knoxville Tenn., From the wind to equalize inside information in the advent of a or more minutes, and then decreases WHOLE GALE WARNING: A White House was Grovel
Mrs. R. P. McLendon of Rai- and outside pressure. Aft- the Cleveland. He married duringhis
sella and Manuel Couto officiat- hurricane. quickly. i warning of winds within |
ing. ford and Mrs. Nell McDonell of er you crack the window, lineit Gainesville police yesterday ADVISORY: Advisory messages STORM TIDE: The abnormally [range of 55 to 74 miles an hour._ first term in office in 1886
Tampa. with towels absorb Investigated a robbery at the
to water.A --- -----
Burial for Mr. and Mrs. Higgins NW 7th Ave. school which apparently or "aivisories"; concern- high water that is associatedwith '
who died Saturday in an MAGGIE WILIE hurricane may cause pro- occurred between Friday ing tropical st'-rms and hurricanes tropical storms or hurricanes -
SHILOH Mrs. D. longed or water failure. information' or move
Maggie power give warning as they approach
auto accident on U. S. 301 near night and yesterday morn-
Wilie, 101 year old residentof Pettis recommends that ?11 fam- along with details on where across the coast line.
Orange Heights, will be in Hill- ing.
this north'- st Marion County -ilies stock up on the following storm is located, how intense it TROPICAL DEPRESSION: MIlEY
crest Memorial Park. Rosary
'. will be read at 7:30 to- communi.y, died Monday articles prior to a storm: sev- School officials reported the is, where it is moving, and what An area of low atmospheric

o night in Jones Johnson p.m.Funeral morning in an Ocala hospital.Mrs. eral flashlights, candles' a gas-i intruder entered the building precautions should be taken. pressure originating over tropi-

Home Wilie, born July 24, 1863 oline camp stove or ('annedheat through a window and left with BULLETIN: A public release cal waters with winds blowing
chapel.Pallbearers in Chester, S. C., will b e a battery powered radio, $101 in cash and other ma- from a Weather Bureau Hur- counterclockwise around the Just tell us how much CIS" 24 CIS" 24 I

include Charles buried in the cemetery of the and batteries. Buy food tfat requires -terials.In ricane Warning Center dur i n'g center at speeds less than 39 you bills,need for to home pay improvements old Receive You PJyment Monthly Receive You Payments Monthly

f Masi, Steve McCauley,. Dan Shiloh Methodist Churcn, which no refrigeration and lit- other periods between advisories giving -miles an hour.TROPICAL car re$18S.00 $11.00 $428.ootji0 I
Bonner, Dexter Pond, Ed Tru- she attended. She had lived in tle preparation. Make sure you reported burglaiies: I latest details on the storm. STORM: A stormof pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00 I

dell, John Bonner, Bill Masi, Florida for have plenty of water for drink- 707 NW 5th origin having winds seasonal expenses.
many years. Wigwam Liquors, HURRICANE FORCE tropical 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39 j I
Phone for
prompt, _ _ _
Phil Ryan, George Trudell, II Surviving are two daughters, ing and bathing. Ave., was robbed of $69.45 WINDS: Winds of 75 miles an near its center greater than 38 courteous service. Payments include interest and principal. i I
John Gegan and Roy Seeb. I Mrs. George W. Leitner and I II Frozen food in a home freezer -worth of whisky Monday night hour ((64 knots) or higher. miles an hour but less than 75

Mrs. Dillie A. Leitner, both of can remain safe if measuresare by a thief who pushed out a HURRICANE WATCH: An miles an hour. LOANS UP TO $600

MOSES BROCK :Shiloh; ten grandchildren including taken in advance of an imminent -store window. announcement issued by the WARNINGSHURRICANE:-

TRENTON I Mrs. Louise L. Harris storm. Turn tne cold Weather Bureau to the public WARNING: A
Services for
I: Lit's Place 603 NW 6th St.
of Gainesville 26 great-grand-control to its lowest warning indicating that hurricane -
Moses Ephram Brock, f8, of ; setting as lost an undertermined amount whenever a tropical storm or 1L-
Trenton will be Wednesday at children, including George M. insurance against a power of from huricane becomes a threat to a winds of 75 miles an houror ,
I Harris and Tom V. Harris, failure. A freezer shou'ri! keep money Monday a juke coastal area. This announce- higher or a combination of
3:30: p.m. at Pine Grove Bap- box by a burglar who catered FINANCE SERVICE, INC. .
tist Church with Rev. Hayes Gainesville; and six great- food in satisfactory cond'tion up through the front door. ment is not a warning; it indicates dangerously high water and very I of Gainesville

Davis officiating.He I greatgrandchildren.Services to 36 hours, provided it is kept that the hurricane is near'j rough seas are expected in a I i

died Monday at the Vet- will Wednesday at closed. If the power goes off, Officers are continuing inves- enough so everyone in the area specified coastal area. When a : 204 S. E. First Street . . ._' .FR 6-4661

erans Hospital at Lake City 4 p.m. in the Shiloh Methodist wrap the freezer in blankets to tigation of all three case. covered by the "Watch" should Hurricane Warning is announc-
Church, with the Rev. ArthurC. insulate the cold.
after a lengthy illness. A retired -
farmer, he was born in Davis pastor, officiating. J. I If'the center of the storm or''

Bell in 1896.Survivors Miles Hiers Funeral Home, .the "eye" passes over your I II THIS WEEK ONLY
include his widow, Ocala, is in charge of arrange I area, the sky may clear and i j I I

Mrs. Ruby Brock; five augh- ments. the wind will cease for ssverat\ SE1TIO

ters, Mrs. Margie Rogers, Bal- JOHANNA FOLLIDAY minutes to a half hour. Unless I _

ston Spa, N.Y.; Mrs. Bell Watson CHIEFLAND Services for you have to make emergency i 11 !

Trenton; Mrs. Hazel Jer- Mrs. Johanna Burger Folliday, repairs, don't go outside during : in every way
rels, Chiefland;; Mrs. Jean 74. of rural Chiefland were this lull. As ''the hurricane: pro- !

Crosby, Gainesville; and Mrs. ,scheduled this morning at the 'ceeds, the "eye" will move on \ SUPERB CONTEMPORARY STYLED SOFAS ---1- t,
Beatrice Mel, B 1 y t h c. ville, :Harrison Funeral Home Chapel.She and the turbulent winds and \1 i

Ark. two sons, Frank, Trenton died Sunday. rain will return.

; and Paul, Gainesville'! four Born in Germany, she lived in When tHe storm is over,

brothers, Willie and Ed, both of Chiefland for seven years. I watch out for low hanging power : $16800
Trenton; Bud, B r o nson; end: Survivors include her husband lines, or fallen treecs which : Your Choice only

Squire, Jr., Tampa; three sisters Dallas; four daughters; touch severed lines. Notify the
Mrs. Alice Stockman, Mr I
and wait for the
Mrs. Ellen Berg and Mrs. Er- power company I
Della Ward, both of Trenton; na Zeschae, both of Chicago; repair crew.. Exciting new weaves and textures. Thrilling contemporary to
and Mrs. Eva Dey, Odessj.:
Harrison Funeral Home is in Mrs. Johanna HathawayGrand Be cautious if you must drive I colors, all coordinated. Famous SELIG quality for lasting

charge of arrangements. Bur- Rapids, Mich.; and Mrs. your car immediately after the: pleasure and satisfaction. Buy now and save !
ial will be in Pine Grove Ceme- Ruth Burch, Walkerton, Ind. storm. Look for debris. fallen $19900The

tery. More About wires, and washouts. And stay 'I. ..
: away from disaster areas unless I

I you are qualified to give emergency -i
; assistance.In ; luxury look in contemporary design.
Funeral services were this BarryFront I Luxurious tufted reversible back cushions
conclusion, Pettis by
morning for Mrs. Aiwa Elizabeth sass of cloud soft poly/celacloud. Soft reversible
Oross, 69, of 937 NE 8th using common sense or r commended :: and zippered seat cushions of foam

Ala- Page 1 1 safety practices, you rubber. this comfortable sofa
A ve., who died unday in should be able to escape injury Try today.
chua General Hospital. .' (Similar to illustration) 80" long.
. ,, .
and excessive damage. The ,
Services were in St. Patrick's 'three of the goals which are < .. ,..;..:;::..;;:.-.' '
Catholic Church, with the Rev. the basis of unity-the goals of best defense against the dangers '-'<-' -- $199.00A
of a hurricane lies in healthy
Jean M. Pageau ofI -:1ting. prosperity, justice and peace." I
respect and enlightened '
Burial was in Hillcrest Memorial "He should know," Goldwatersaid ac -

Park, with Williams Thorri- "and the American people tion-not ic. complacency or pan-

as Funeral Home in charge. should remember, that there

A native of Hungary, Mrs. have been prosperous slaves, More About
Oross moved to Gainesville four that justice can be found in a A lovely, 82" functional sofa. Sleek lined

years ago.Surviving. prison and that tyranny can and smartly tailored in a long wearing

are four children, bring peace to anyone who will Dora cover. Button tufted back with three
Goldie Oross, Gaine-.v i 11 e; surrender." reversible foam cushions. (Similar to illustration

Mrs. Margaret Weber, Kansas "Without freedom," he added, I II I )

City, Mo.; Andrew Cross, "unity is nothing more than $168.00
Wadsworth, Ohio; and John J. conformity." From Page 1

Oross, 9rlando. Goldwater said Johnson's I
where the center reaches the
speech the choice I
"emphasizes "
coast, along with huge waves.
JOE MORGAN that Americans face in this!
--- The Weather Bureau warned
GRAHAM Graveside services tlection'::the choice between I .,
in the of
I area warning -
for Joe Leroy Morgan, 45, conformity or freedom at home
display to seek safe harbor
Graham, who drowned Friday and the choice between weak- and small craft elsewhere from:
night while fishing in Hampton ness or strength abroad. .
Florida to the Carolinas and
Lake, were held Monday at "This administration in effect from the Bahamas and Puerto _____i Long, sleek 96 Inch 3-cushion sofa. Note the .I
the Santa Fe Cemetery. The promises to regiment our neonl}* Rico to Bermuda to remain in. .- beautifully tailored arm treatment. And the
Rev. S. E. Sparks of'jciated. at home and has demon t tplt"'at port. upholstered framed-in top adds the unmistakable -
Mr. Morgan, a Baptist, was it will wrecV our a11i ""**-i iI look of
born in Fort White. ""road," the Ari/ona senator: Meanwhile, the British liner elegance., $199.004SELIG
He is survived by one sister, I aid. II Queen Mary docked at South ,

Mrs. Clyde Boyd, Belle and a I j ampton England, after being

half-brother, L. E. Rat ff, Gra i swept by the tail-end of Cleo,
Social Worker I
ham. :the season's first hurricane.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I Thirteen of its .
passengers were -
Home, Starke, was in Speaks TodayHarry cut and bruised. ..ii :

Gaskins, Sun 1 and Still another tropical storm,
WILLIAM COGDILL Training Center social worker, I Florence, was spotted far out! In Simulated I/UM. MAIN ST.

Services and burial JM; William -speaks today at 8 p.m. at the! in the east Atlantic today. SAVE 24.00 14900 Leopard Skin QQQO JT jr ::
of the Ala-
monthly meeting !
B. Charles Cogdi'i, bO, of
ster- chua County Association for Re- Preliminary reports placed !t
810 SW 2nd Ter., were j -
Florence at latitude 22 north, (
tarded Children.His .
day at Midway Church o tf Christ
topic will concern soalwork longitude 29.5 west. The Weather -
Cemetery. Bureau said
military reports
Mr. Cogdill, a stone mason, and family problems of indicated winds of 50 PAIR OF SELIG SELIG MR. AND MRS. .

died Saturday from g u nshot the> mentally retarded. I miles an hour in squalls near DECORATOR CHAIRS CHAIR PLUS OTTOMAN S
wounds. The meeting will be in the
its center. CHOICE OF VINYL
Survivors include c i s wife, A'achua' County Board of Public PLASTIC OR FABRIC 99 00 SAVE 24.90 199

'I Clarise R ; three child!fl., 'I res.f Instruction bu5M? laf Ethel was located at .5 a.m. SAVE 25.00 Pair' WHERE DECORATING SERVICE IS ALWAYS

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I ) r ,tt And PoliticsWASHINGTON

i 'I Pulitzer Prize Winning PablUher Things will hardly be the same as
Vice President Circulation Manager. Of the AtUuU. (GO CoosUtatiM the Department of Justice without Bobby Kennedy as

I\1, I THE SUN'S POLICY ,fr attorney general. Some people will welcome such an obser

0 vation, while others will say it with an expression of
j 1. Report t the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. BobbyCame i regret.

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. likeable; alert-

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ., J : minded and able
as a politician as has ever presided over

't The Sun's telephones:' All Department! -372-8441 OutSlugging t d, ,, y the Department of Justice. If his brother had not been elected

Want Ads--376-4672 ti '. i' President of the United States, the youth of 35 would not

t .. t. have been appointed to this office. For he had never

r T tried a case in court and there were plenty of other lawyers

,11 The Sale of the Yanks 5 J ; of far more experience who might readily have been chosen.

1# I Jr' Did Mr. Kennedy, however, do a good job as attorney

i'I ?l t general? The answer depends upon whether the appraisal is

f I The action of American League if the Yanks trade :Mickey Mantlefor New York Notebook: On the 1 r M made on a political or non-political basis. For, as campaign

owners in giving permission for the George Gobel or Jackie Gleason day following his overwhelming 4'z manager for his brother in 1960, Bobby Kennedy learnedall

t II sale of 80 per cent of the Yankees because :Mantle can't tap-dance? If nomination for the U. S. about the political rewards expected by people in various

1 Senate by the Democrats of sections of the country. He knew how important it was to keepa
Broadcasting System there is profitable sched-
to the Columbia a program
.. New York State Robert F.
strong hold on the local politicians by listening to them
t G is likely to create the kind of uled next, will the Yankees be allowed Kennedy began the first jour and giving them, so far as possible, what they wanted. Mr.

r issue that stirs men deep-down in- to play past nine innings or ney on his promise to visit Kennedy helped to dispense patronage not only in his own

side. will the game be called on accountof every corner of this large and department but in other departments of the government.'DREAM' I
pivotal state which contains ,
stumped to the fact the time is already book-
Psychiatrists are say
both the in the
greatest city
but knows that most ed? If NBC gets the series, will the ALL THIS isn't anythingnew.
why, everyone world and a large agricultural The tragic fact is that
I fans either proYankeesor Yanks have to take their ball ando .
sports are economy.He NEEDS TELLING Republican presidents, too,

i .-. anti Yankees and that the pri- ? home? visited the semilegen- have appointed a. national

mary question for most of those are dary Fulton Fish Market. The political figure to the officeof

whether the Yankees are more likely Of course these are ridiculous result was predictable. Never / attorney general. The

to win with CBS or without. For suspicions but that's how lots of people has a vast school of herr- Goldwater's WorldBy American made an people effective have protest never

these partisans, moral considerationsbe think. When CBS buys entertain- ing been more crowded than against this unfortunate custom -
the massive that
hanged, it's the score that counts. ment no one much cares, but when in politics. Yet the at-
sought to see, be near and RICHARD WILSON quite different.
S someone buys their game people are ago.A torney general is the man
shake the hand of the young Chief But this does not mean strong president committed

1 League President Joe Cronin has likely to be suspicious. Sometimes it Kennedy. It was a joyous, admiring Cowles Washington Bureau that Goldwater should not say to decentralizing a strong who all recommends the federal the courts judges in-of

I said that the Yankees will continueto is hard to tell which is which. If base- reception.THE WASHINGTON, D. C.-Sen- what he is saying. He would government may not b: en- cluding the Supreme Courtof

ball were all entertainment Casey not be the first candidate for tirely a contradiction but
be "a separate entity and an auto- ator Goldwater is talking the United States.
Stengel would never have been fired. NOMINEE gave an example president who had outlined a there is a conflict which Sen
nomous organization independent of about the kind of wcrld that Sometimes despite their
of political touch that future that was not to be. Muchof ator Goldwater has not yet: re
but that he and political backgrounds these
never was
If he CBS thinks this will
CBS. or human humorous and what Goldwater is talking solved.
One thing that is fairly obvious is was many others would like it to judges conscientiously per-
the deal from unworthy sus- about has needed'saYL"lg.. Who
save direct. To the fishermen in an
that be. Who would not want Goldwater's This conflict emerges clear- form their tasks. But often
picious, they're whistling up a tree. the CBS purchase will not be industry that is semidepressed world? It is a worldof can spend many years in the lawyers in a community
the best public relations for the Washington without seeing ly when he talks of terror in
very Robert Kennedy said: the
self reliance of recognize
problems political envI-
where the
the streets
the Yankees. The Yankees, however, "We (he and his family) are solved by local endeavor, a the abuses and waste and dan- city ,United ronment which surrounds the
recalling of the States
Already people are president
have not always depended on good doing all we can to help the world where decency and hon- gers of centralized govern- bench and wish that the sr stem -
quiz shows, and asking if Roger fishing industry. We have mental power? And who does does not have primary con-
the streets were different.
public relations. The Yankees usually or prevail, are stitutional jurisdiction. Yet Frequently
television eight children and we eat safe and beautiful the homeis not react to the growing it looks as if the
Maris will have to wear have would in Depart-
Goldwater act
preferred winning to someway
being vulgarism of American life,
fish Friday. (They lov-
every "ment of
secure and man has put Justice runs to the
make-up when he comes to bat. What loved. and its disorder to encourage the enforce-
ed it.) It was by indirection a increJsingcrime it has
I aside his baser nature. The judges put on the
ment of local laws in fact
and moral as, ,
direct reference to his relig- nation is strong and proud and declining bench to get an injunction or
Johnson is i
I ious communion. His brother, and the timeservers standards? Or the placid President doing a favorable in
Those Post Office PortraitsCongressman at peace, shoulder now. Mr. Johnson has not ruling controversies -
John F. Kennedy had done and wasters and rascals shrugging acceptance especially those with
of dishonest behavior in been idle in one aspect
the same thing in a more direct have left Washington.It political overtones. The Department -
Ed Gurney, of Winter gestion accompanying portraits of manner, because in 1960 is world without formsto public life? Or condoning riot- this. The FBI is reporting to of Justice should
a him the incidence of riotingin
Park, has taken a blast at the the postmaster general and the Presi- this issue was the paramountone. fill out or numbers to ing and pillaging in the strets advance so that the fed- never be a tool of politics.It .
as an honorable act of free-
report that Postmaster General dent.;! remember, and less taxes to dom? eral government may cooperate is possible that some

John Gronouski has issued an orderto Robert Kennedy's major issue pay but where the old and with local law enforcement of the criticism heard here-

all postmasters to hang his por- Also, that the same thing has been is, or was, the "outsider"or sick and unfortunate are car- Senator Goldwater's prob- agencies. abouts of Attorney General
carpet-bagger charge. His ed for throughout all t h eir lem is that the kind of moral, Kennedy as a practitioner of

trait and that of President Johnson done in recent years by other ad family] lived for 40 years in days by virtue of their own ethical, economic and inter- Some have said this will politics is unjustified. But it

I in the lobbies of the nation's 34,080 ministrations.Be New York. He himself grew diligence. Such a beautiful national leadership in the be a bitter, mean presidential has arisen largely because of

postoffices. The project could cost up in New York. His work world! Such a fantasy.But presidency which he is describing campaign but as it begins the kinship between the head

the taxpayers as much as a half- that as it may be, it appears has long been in Washington.His Senator Goldwater deserves is the posture of a Senator Goldwater has lifted of the Department of Justice
strong president at the head of the discussion to a philosophical and the man in the White
million dollars, the report says. that with the Post Office Depart- official resid e nce credit for so eloquently
is this kind of House.
American a strong government. This is plane. It
was Massachusetts. In his acceptance describing an way
ment running in the red year after not so different in general discussion which could have a
speech the newly- of life as it might be and per-
The report, says Gurney, came year, this is one little item of expense minted nominee met this issue haps ought to be. He is per- principle from the concepts of long range effect in shaping THERE HAS BEEN a feel-

from the Orlando Sentinel's Washington that could well be dispensedwith. head on. He remindedthe forming his function as the the presidency outlined by future relationships between ing, too, among the career I

Bureau chief, who says the delegates and the huge spokesman of conservatismbut John F. Kennedy under simi- the central government and officers of the Departmentof

order was "carefully unpublicized." crowd present that the first he is compelled 'admit lar circumstances four years the private establishment. Justice that, unless they

senator from New York, Ruf- that the dream world he describes played ball with the political
And one might wonder how many chief at their head, they 1.
us King, was from Massa- must come slowly.
Upon checking} we find that the -other such items are in the same chusetts and had served well. This was his message in his Washington Memo were liable to be sidetracked.

"order" was in the form of a sug- category. well written address openinghis ; In other administrations, there

ROBERT KENNEDY reminded presidential campaign before BUTTON-DOWN AMBASSADOR: Ambassador Adlai Stev- has always been a feeling
r the audience that for a disappointing crowd at that such officials could have
enson was leaving a reception at Blair House on his way
i every New Yorker by birth Prescott, Ariz. to a black tie dinner for United Nations Secretary GeneralU recourse to the president and

there is another who is a New The functions which have Thant when some of the ladies noticed that a button was get a hearing but becauseof

I Voice of the People Yorker by choice. He asked given us a big brother govern- missing from his shirt front. Stevenson wanted to ignore it, the close relationship be-
them him his ment cannot be tween the Kennedy brothers,
to judge on rec- junktd over- on grounds it didn't matter, but the ensuing fuss was worse this
ord of 13 years of public night. Too many millions rely than when he showed up in public with a hole in his was usually discountedas

J service. It likely will comeas upon those functions as shoe. The ladies were determined, however, and even produced likely to be of no avail.
--- O" The Sun's Opinion Page have been built Bobby Kennedy belongs in
a surprise to most Ameri- they up a housemaid with a sewing kit to repair the damage.

cans to know that this young through 30 years of social Stevenson gave in-and produced the missing button from politics and knows his way

Opinions end comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters man has been that long in democratic action. his pocket, where he had put it when it dropped off. around. He inherits the wit
must be siqned and bear the writer'saddress. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot public service. Although Senator Goldwater and resourcefulness of his
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The grandfather, who for
Sun reserves the right to reiect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or There was an aswer in his can vote against hospital! aid GOLD PLATED HATE: Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D., was
__ the A for the aging as proposed bya Minn.) is in receipt of a special letter of disapproval, froma many years mayor of
acceptance address to the
Boston. The former
his national in 1960 the office Democratic administration: gentleman in California who described, in beautiful 19th attorney
platform of United of kind
States question what of cam general has
Johnson: could he avoid providing that how much he disliked an astuteness and
favored school desegregation. Senator from Texas? Wouldhe paigner this Kennedy will be. century Spencerian script, Humphreyand
aid if he were president? It is everything he stood for. The communication closed with as well as a capa-
However, he ran also on a decry the "civil rightsbill" He will be a tough one. None for
Fine Horseman9EDITOR to be doubted that he could city making political decisions -
the words "This letter is signed in Goldwater. And the
state "to doubted
platform pledging that he himself signed ever there is steel in
and the reasons for this doubt in tinted ink. that have won the admiration
protect the decisions of the into law as being unconsti- him-as there was steel in signature was gold
showed in his of
Sun be- through speechat many of the politi-
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people of local school districts tutional? Would he again deplore great plenty in John F. Ken .
fore the TV set and listeningto Prescott. THE NEW WASHINGTON: One of the established facts cally-minded throughout the
in the operation and the growing and men nedy. The nominee will not
the campaign oratory of control of their schools." acing concentration of engage in a sparring match. Senator Goldwater a nts around this community has always been that Mrs. Polly land. Some have gone so far
1 whereby power what everyone wants, a secure John and as to say that in
President Johnson Guggenheim (now Mrs. Logan) was a loyal gener- many respects -
I h "Close such depletion in central government? He came out slugging. A life for those who are diligent.But the That's he excelled his brother
he promised "everyt ing loopholes as ous contributor to Republican Party. why it is
One wonders. As the old sample will illustrate. His
opponent -
for everybody," I could allowances" was the mor- for many millions the considered news that she has opened up her big estate on and actually had more exper-
GOP nominee
al maxim "Few Kenneth -
n't help but reflect) back to cry of his national platform says- men secure life does not always! the edge of Rock Creek Park to a barbecue to raise money ience with the political world
have finds the
virtue to withstand the Keating, prin- and
the campaign of 1960. Then, -this as opposed to his state highest bidder." ciples of Barry Goldwater to come through diligence for Lyndon B. Johnson, and has made a big thing about than the man who served as
for retentionof hard work; and although; there the fact president.
having been squeezed out platform calling be and making public.
the presidential nomination, present oil and gas deple- HARRY L. WALKER, M.D. Yet, he will not unacceptable. disown are many grafters and fakers e Although it is perhaps a

Lyndon B. Johnson ran for tion allowances. the nominee or the GOP plat feeding on the social serv- NO STONE UNTURNED: Walking in the back yard of the political disadvantage for any-
ices still there are many more White House the other President Johnson one to for
two offices simultaneously day, spotted a tour- run the United
form. He refuses to endorseor
B. Johnson's national and should have
the vice presidency and the Lyndon New Stone reject. To this Kennedygave who need ist with his arm in a cast gazing at him through the tall States Senate in a state in
backed federalaid which Gold-
office of United States Sena- platform that had his help. system iron fence. The President went over to the fence, shook the which he has not resided a
an answer
and extols has
to education. His state water admires
tor from Texas. He was crowd whooping."WE man's good hand then had him stick the cast through the long time, Bobby Kennedy ex-
platform against "t h e up not provided this help in the
both a liberal and a conserv- Was railings to be autographed. The autograph was an expert job pects to overcome it on the
ative. I'll admit that Lyndon entry of the federal govern- 'Rag'c ARE BEGINNING an necessary degree. Would! we -the "LBJ" looked just the way it does when the President stump in his effort to become
field of have Social Security
ment in the general a systemat
Johnson is extraordi- initials an official memo. senator from New
B. York
an election in
f public education." ( ) New York Times campaign which all if it had not brtri imposed -
nary equestrian, and at the the American people have a State. He has a good chanceto
His national platform advocated LONDON Nobody is on the whole nation by
drop of his ten gallon hat he clear choice between the win because the Republicans
a system of medicalcare sure how those great stone par law? This is to be doubted andif
will ride not one but two hor- for the aged as part of slabs got to their present ties," he said. "I know whereI ever' Senator Goldwaterwere -. / J.Ic are by no means
ses at the same time. Should stand. I am for Lyndon united. Many
; for .
the Social Security system.His site atop a bleak moor at directly
there be any doubt review state platform, deploring Stonehenge. A keeper there Johnson. I am against Barry the welfare of he while l nation I R.'ht refrain from voting at
the record: Goldwater. No other candidate all in the
rather than responsiblefor Senate contest be-
"socialistic proposals", must now have his suspi- ,
Johnson, running for vice called for state rather than cions, however. for the Senate is willingto merely his own senatorialvote J ae.k .t ",Is. cause Senator Kenneth Keat

sed deal with make either statement. I his actions might be ... I&.y ing, the Republican nominee
president end o r programs national action to Recently, a custodianfrom ,
did not have to walk
f advocating further centralization the health.program of aged the Ministry of Works a tight has caused considerable disappointment

of power in the citizens and supported the alternative whose job presumably includes rope between my party and POTOMAC by his reluctanceto
doc- my principles. I am not unde- FEVERThe endorse Senator Goldwater
federal government, a Kerr Mills ap the prevention of out-
heart of ul- cided on whether to oppose a the Republican presidential
trine dear to the proach. theft failed
rageous notice candidate who would
tra-liberals. Yet at the same Finally i Johnson's vice destroy nominee.If .
one morning that an extra House raises its chaplain's to $12,500 but the Senate
he Security. am not on pay gives its Mr. Kennedy is victor-
time ran on a conserva- presidential platform supported -
slab had .
appeared.It fence about chaplain $15,000. Senators aren't really that much naughtier than ious he
tive Texas platform which national legislation to repeal the whether to representa- may help to build a
denounced "federal encroachment" state right to work laws. wasn't long, howe v er, support a man who wonld: use tives they just worry more. political apparatus in Congress

before newspapers were receiving nuclear weapons recklessly that could give plentyof
and deplored ht h e His state platform endorsedthe
growing and menacing concentration Texas right to work law anonymous calls sug- .I am not noncommttt a 1 New Yorkers needn't worry because Bobby Kennedy doesn't know much worry to the Johnson administration
of in gesting that the ministry about a'can.;d.te..who ac- about their state yet. lie hopes to visit it sometime before the election, if he and have a bear-
power central as "necessary" to the free
would do well to count its cepts the support of the John can get a hotel reservation.Now ing on the selection of candi-
government. enterprise system and growth
stones.It Birch and waits until dates for the
presidency and
Sit-in demonstrations were and prosperity of Texas.I .
vice and the sixth of August, '1954, be- Sen. Goldwater says he didn't really mean that LBJ had given the Navyirmission vice presidency in 1968. If Mr.
favored in his presidential submit that there is a did, discovered that
to use atomic bombs in Tonkin Gulf. That's Barry's secret Johnson
fore the of isn't
refusing support weapon- elected this
platform but his state choice in 1964 a choice between an extra "stone, 10 feet long the atomic retractor.
the Ku Klux Klan. I November
am certainly Bobby
platform urged fancy horsemanshipand was resting atop the ancient
laws to protect 27 and 28. It madeof against him, and I am the Kennedy, as a United States
designed genuine statesmanship.One stones was
Postmaster General .
only senatorial candidate who Grounouski hoists the flag to commission the Polaris Senator would be able to
private property-from physi- wonders what canvas and thin wood.
.Lyndon is." submarine Casimir Pulaski, and Republican hopes in Hamtramak, Mich. exert even
go more influence
cal occupation. B. Johnson will do after his When it was removed, the down as though.they had.been-poleaxed. -. inside the Democratic I
It is no secret that Johnson defeat 'in November, 1964. word "rag" was found on the That was slugging. It'may, in connection with Party

today professes to be Would he return to Texas underside. "Rag Week" is the in tiie cc-irsa cf time, knock President Johnson signs the wilderness Bill and out the choiceof : ,
comes strongly in president :4::
all-out for civil ,rights. This With his cudgel and try to traditional stunt week for college out the "oaii'-Ocr"; issue.. The favor;of .trees* Naturally._:Where else:can'.acanardate find, a good supply.*of dentin eandids:i'- ..' JresI.ars :i:
consistent with the fact that stampede his horse back into students in Britain. odds are it will." stumps hence. ;
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f Tuesday September 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun "j

I. I.I.Nassau s Vacation UJOFfl o E ii MB" UK f ffflILY I L Y YRuth Calendar Visitors FetedAt

itt I 'r!! f1i& I Weimer-Women's Editor Of:, September EventsTODAY 8 Luncheon

". Altrusa Club, 12:15: p.m., Mrs. George D. Brittam and luncheon table and a ycllot

,:! I Popes Entertain Student Group Holiday Inn.Women's Mrs. W. Arnold Dinkins entertained color: note was featured in th

Auxiliary to the with a luncheon recently appointments.

A group of collegians inter- 'at the University of Florida; Mario Perez, Cuba, and Steve I Alachua 7:30 County Medical Society at the Tower House. I Places were marked for th
: Inn
Holiday ,
ested in the United 'Nations met Miss Mary Hontz of North Corboy of Pompano Beach, who dinner meeting p.m. with County Honor guests for the party honor guests, their daughters
recently at the home of the Carolina and Miss Marie Fran- is CCUN Regional Director for and Mrs. Paul Schuman; Mrs
Medical Mrs.
were James
,'. James D. Popes.Dr. coise Ramadier of France, both ,South Florida. Eldridge, Dale Warner, Mrs. Van May
Pope, who has served for graduate students; Miss Mana I Dr. Emmanuel Gitlin, vice- Anna Miller Circle, Covered Winston Salem, N. C., and Mrs. Paul Tarrant and Mrj 1

two years as president of the local -Cooppipatt and Miss Jamlong president of the local chapterof Dish Supper, 7 p.m. Elks Mrs. Sabiha Evernsev, Anka-+Emory Miller.

b chapter of the American As- Horkondee Thailand; Miss the UNA and Mrs. Gitlin Lodge.St. ra, Turkey.Mrs. .

sociation for the United Nations: Manuel Peter Boza, Peru; RoyE. were also guests. Patrick's i Catholic
now called the Unite:! Nations d'Aguiar, Aruba, Netherland I Miss Spache assisted Mrs. Church, Holy Name Society Eldridge arrived recent- Anna Miller I

Association of the USA, has I Antilles; Edgardo Marill and Pope in the hospitalities. 8 p.m., Parsh: Hall, ly to spend the winter season.
been succeeded by Dr. Harry Father Thomas Gross, guest son with her daughter, Mrs. Circle MeetingAnna

Warfel, newly-elected president. speaker.Xi George B. Butler, and Pr. Butter

Guests for the evening included KilpatrickWinters Phi Chapter of Beta Sig- and Mrs. Evrensev, 13 vis- Miller Circle will fea

Miss Kit Macdonald, who will ma Phi, 8 p.m., Mrs. H e r- liting her daughter. Mrs. Euture a covered-dish supper fo

attend New College for Social -Mr.- and- Mrs. Wendell L. Kil-' schell Streit 1115 NW 35th gene Stumpp and Dr. Stumpp. its first meeting of the seasoi
Research in New York City f Avenue. The hostesses this evening at 7 p.m. in thpresented
patrick announce the engage- cor
and is New York Area Regional ment and approaching mar-'WEDNESDAY, September 9 sages of red carnations to the Elks Lodge.
All wives of Elks Club mem
Director of the Collegi ate t i
riage of their daughter, Miss Gainesville Club
I Council for the United Nations, Bridge bers are invited to attend an
Linda Marie Kilpatrick, to Ken- 7:30: a.m., Inn.
Yellow gladioli covered dish.
centered the bring a
and her house guest Miss Kar-
:... _
neth C.
Winters son of Mr. and -
A .. en Wise of Salt Lake City, a Friends of the Library, Ex-
I -" i Bai HI Mrs. Berl C. Winters.
i student at the University of ecutive Board, 9:30: a. m.,
t l I Mr. and :Mrs.\ Jack Williams, their daughter, Miss Utah and national vice presi- The bride elect was grad- Mrs. William B. Pierscn 1831

.,j'J I Nancy Dee, and son, Van, recently enjoyed a cruise dent of the CCUN. uated from Gainesville High NW 10th Avenue.

I f to Nassau aboard the SS Bahama Star. Nancy Dee Others attending were Miss School and is now a student at Cosmos Club, 10 a.m.. Mrs.

J K k is a junior at the University of Florida this year and Jane and Miss Mari Bingham, the University of Florida. W. M. Rogers 828 NW 21st '
,i'' Van is a sophomore at Florida State University. recently returned from a year in The bridegroom-elect was also Avenue, sewing and covered _! ,. ; ,.-

India where their parents, Dr. graduated from Gainesville dish luncheon. URECO.

i1+ i Church Circles and Mrs. Ned Bingham, were High School and is presently a University of Florida, Edu- .
i;i members of the Columbia Uni- student at Central Florida Jun- cation Dames 8 p.m., Dr.

versity Science Contract Team. ,, ior College Ocala. and Mrs. Marion Baker, 1220
Mari will enter Oberlin Univer- + zo 3 JFR The wedding will be an eventof NW 18th Avenue.University .
f ji TODAY, September 8f J. F. Bishop, 724 NE 8th Ave-
JI sity as a graduate student this September 19 at 10 a.m., in
Lutheran Church La- of Florida, Arts
First nue.
month. the lona Chapel of the First
dies Guild 7:30: p.m., Circle 12, Cover and Science Dames, 9 p.m.,
f Also Pamela Spache, a juniorat Presbyterian Church.No .
Esther.Circle 8 Mrs. t. Mrs. Harry Waif f 1605 NW
p.m. ed Dish r
Supper, Mrs. Mell Emory; James Opp, and the ,. invitations are being sent 14th Street. ? 'i/4P
L. L. Zimmerman, Millhop- "
1627 NW 12th Street.
__ following who are new students I but all friends and relativesare
\1 per Road. 8 p.m., Circle 13, Miss Mol- Miss Linda Marie Kilpatrick invited to attend.Lr Recital, Miss Helen Bell
j St. Anne's Circle of St. Pat- ly Morrison, 529 NE 1st St. Jones, 8:15: p.m., University I Foundations2nd
rick's Church 1:30: p.m., Mrs. Medical Center Auditorium. -
k': Robert B. Myers. the First Church Presbyterian: Women of BridgeClub 4ii 0c:0hu: Cth- 2nd Floor

. : First Methodist\ Church, WSCS Gainesville Entom o 1 log y -
8 p.m.: Circle 9, Mrs. Robert -
3 p.m., Circle 8, Mr. E. Club Luncheon Noon, Park
1:1 G. Ashley, 1772 SW 35th I
A. Clayton, 325 NW 30th St., Avenue. O: MI Lane Cafeteria.

Circle 9, Mrs. E. L. Fouts,
) 323 NW 24th Street; Circle i Circle 11, Mrs. Frank Luk-- THURSDAY, September 10

, I' 10, Mrs. Donald Morrison 529 eski, 4010 N. W. 19th Place, ;: Girl Scout UBA Neighborhood -

I,d, NE 1st Street; Circle 11, Mrs. and Mrs. James Hentges. Meeting, 9:30: a.m., Girl s t tl wsta'i

J : NotesBy Scout House, 810 NW 8th '

,' 'By Josephine Lowman Avenue. i *
Fun Painters Class, 7:30: v *u
RALPH H. BLODGETTThe Florida Union. '
p.m., -
fractional master t Gainesville Junior W r ro -
: Why/ Grow point game of the University AP Food Editor an's Club, 10:30: a.m., ,Gaines- i *riS;

f City Bridge Club attracted LUNCHEON FOR FOUR FAMILY SUPPER ville Golf and Country Club %**
seven tables of bridge players luncheon to follow meet.
ft Just when a few friends Grace White's Tomato- Rat sz
to Weed Hall on Wednes- Gainesville Advisory I
Library -
come for a noontime chat. Salad Soup : ,
Old? day evening. The average Manhattan Clam Chowder Broiled Fish French Fries Board 8 p.m., Gaines- bsr'
:1 1I score was 63 for all pairs. Basket of Crisp Toast Creamed Spinach ville Public Library.

Mr. and Mrs. James R. An- and Crackers Cantaloupe Beverage Thursday Morning Coffee
I Luncheon Fruit Platter GRACE WHITE'STOMATOSALAD League for Women Bowlers,
derson won first place in the
:1! LUNCHEON FRUIT SOUP organizational meeting 9:30:
: Single Person Can Cook North-South direction with a
score of 79 match points. Har- PLATTER 1 clove of garlic, peeled! a.m., Palm Lanes, Waldo I

C. Boardman and the writer 4 oranges 2Vt cups, ((1 pint, 2ouncecan Road.
::1 Foods for DietingI came in second with 71%, 4 peaches ) tomato juice Colfax Rebekah\ Lodge No.

and Mrs. Robert W. Jones 2 cups stemmed seedless 2 ripe medium size tomatoes 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Tem-

j have received many letters I hope these suggestions will and Fred Pellum were third grapes finely diced ple, 740 SE 2nd Avenue.
from women complaining that(be helpful to you. Don't fail to with 66. Romaine or other salad greens 6 green onions, finely chopped -
League of Women Voters, 8p.m.
% pint commercial sour
diets seem to be lose extra pounds because you
all reducing Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rob-
., Room 401, County Court
cream % small cucumber
feel that diets not par-
with fam- reducing are
planned for women led all the East West
erts -
to % cup crumbled blue cheese, ed and finely diced House, Senator J. Emory .:'
e; ilies.One adaptable you. pairs to the finish line witha loosely packed (about 3 Vi cup finely diced celery Cross and Rep. Ralph Turlington : ..: '" ,:
1 letter before me says fort If any of you missed my 9- score of 73V4 match points. ounces) 1 tablespoon vinegar guest speakers. *t y. .e y ,. LI
"All the diets seem to s
Second went to
who cook for fam- Day Reducing Diet because Harry Cut rind away from oranges 1 tablespoon lemon juice FRIDAY, September 11
women R. Warfel and Mrs. Joe Moss
cook you felt it wasn't for you, perhaps ; so no white membrane remains 1 teaspoon monosodium glu-
ilies. For instance, they with 71 and third to Dr.
RoyI. and Gainesville Bridge Club,
slice into rounds tamate
like roasts, slices of you might like to have it, ;
things Johnson and Robert W.
( salt 9 a.m., Holiday Inn.
halve each, removing any % teaspoon
1 which they can use on luncheon keeping in mind the sugges- Jones with 67. seeds. Peel peaches and cut I I Dash of pepper ;iii

:j jti{ How alone about and,us seldom women if tions I have given you today.If The club will meet againon away from pit in wedges Ar- Rub medium size bowl: with SATURDAY, September' 12
+ cook roast? How can we so, send 10 cents and a Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. range oranges peaches and garlic; discard garlic. Com- University Medical Guild, &. : j/. .-. .\ t
j1 jprYk
ever, out a how much four stamped, self addressed envelope at Weed Hall, 107 N W 15th grapes on romaine. Stir t i bine remaining ingredients in swim party and luncheon hon- 1

figure of ham is without kitchen with jour request for Terrace. All i interested cheese into sour cream distri- bowl; cover; chill about 3 oring wives of freshman med-
ounces Can bridge players are always wel- buting well; serves as a top- hours to blend flavors, Serve ical students, 11 a.m., Mrs.
sort? in
of Lowman
scales some it to Josephine
< I come to attend and com- ping for the fruit platter. cold in chilled bowls. Makes W. Enneking 1654 NW 12th
substitutions be made? Please of this .
care newspaper.Students ,
| Y
pete. Makes 4 servings. about 4 cups. Road.
helD us out!

f long same Yes as,food you you classification.may substitute substitute in Substi-the so- Watch/ Their Tongues in Russian Houseexperiment.

( tute fruit for fruit, protein for 10.95

protein and so on. BY BETTY HOPPERAP but Russian is spoken in the ,, community has resulted in arbiters of language disputes. x#

Any meat which is broiled or Newsfeatures house. Russian House is financedby in closer cooperation betweenthe Russian dishes appear on the

i baked can be used in place of funds from the Univer- university and the com- menu at least once a week. present
SEATTLE (AP) "Vinima- *
visi- I
the slice of roast. Remove telno devushki!" A 5 cent fine is levied for sity's Far East Departmentand munity. Girls live on the third floor
ble fat and leave off gravy. each slip and yet there are by the $85 per month Members invited as dinner where no male is permitted WarJleUPont:
You can buy inexpensive Roughly translated that plenty of linguistic lapses. charged its residents. guests include Russian lan- unless brawn is needed to
kitchen scales, but this is not means "Attention girls!" It'slike ;
One faux pas occurred when guage students on campus as move furniture.The .
A slice of meat approximately in college I
necessary. the familiar cry one of the men offered a A board of four faculty well as members of the Rus- second floor is themen's
rE five inches long by sororities of "Man on girl half his dessert by askingif members and five students sian community.The domain. Girls are not
inches wide, and only third," and blushes to the a Lycra ( / girdle
three be far she wanted "pol" (sex) instead rules on general policy, whilea Russian motif carries allowed except in the morning i _

moderately thick, won't girl at with Russian the Russian House who'sslow of using the word "po- house manager and elected through from the curios to when a feminine knock substi-- i so light and sheer it feels nude!

wrong. phrasefor .lovina" (half). officers: attend to the day-to- the cuisine. Portraits of Rus- tutes for an alarm clock. I

You can buy which two -keep pound indefi-pre-- "hold it." But Russian House has its day responsibilities of the sia's literary giants hang on The men, say they get sly I Beautiful control in a girdle that weighs only two

cooked hams You Sponsored by the Universityof \ memorable experiences suchas house. House business meet- the walls and an ikon, made : looks from their classmates ounces! DuPont's miracle Lycra stretch fiber is

nitely in the refrigerator.veal cutlets. Washington it is the only a visit by Lewellyn Thompson ings are conducted in Englishso by a house alumnus, deco- when a girl resident blurts j ultra-light, ultra-sheer, ultra-controlling as you'll
can buy individual hamburgcr year-round Russian Housein former U.S. ambassadorto there can be no misunder- rates one corner of the spa- out: I see->in< 'Little Godiva.' Try it today!
You substitute a
can the country. Among the 25,, Russia and Mrs. standings.A cious living room.Language "How come
E meat, Thomp you were so tt1ll.U-R
made of lean ground panto 579.. in small, medium! faae; White.
12-member choir directed hard -
resident students, 13 are to wake up this morning -
and broiled for the prescribedslice *
of meat.It girls. All believe living witha son.John Jacobsen, a graduate by a priest from the Rus- fines eventuallywill ?" i I I
language is the best to sian Orthodox Church, for ---- -
is much easier to cook for way I student, leased a house in performs pay a samovar.
learn it. at the city's Russian Mrs. Nina Nikolaevna 1 I
the lan- ,
one person today than it ever 1961 and got living
has been before. All sorts of To qualify for residence guage experiment under way, Community Center. After the daughter of a former Czarist I I u." BACKTOCOLLEGESPECIAL

packaged foods are available in each student must have had but the original house was concert, students join in the governor of Tashkent, and her
small amounts. The frozen veg-- one year of college Russian torn down later. This year dancing. husband, act as house mother, rrv ON

etables and fruits are helpfuleven ,I or its equivalent, for nothing I the University sponsored the Contact- with the--- -Russian--- cook- business manager and

if you have only a very
small freezing compartment. I 1-- I I

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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday September 8, 1964

:} -
By GLADWIN HILL ident, Dr.. Jerome S. Bruner of ferent from past decades or the Negroes in the South. Whatwe ed youths starting trouble. anda
Harvard University."But centuries. need is the development of large number of "neutral" on-
2foui $nrk Simra:
/ these young people be- I "Our generations went adults in therapeutic attitudes, lookers being drawn in becauseof
SAVE A DOLLAR LOS ANGELES Repre- long to the same generation that through the same thing," he who'll try to understand and the adolescent horror of be-
sentatives of the nation's psychological -'has wiped out segregation in said, "but two things have help, rather than the beat-over- ing "different""neutral"
'' profession suggested fraternities, has taken. such a changed since then. The dissem- the-head approach, Dr. Man- onlookers could
'I'many differing reasons Mon- part in the civil rights move-,ination of news has become son said. conceivably have thrown their _
Helena Rubinstein's day for Sunday's teenage riots ment, and has built up the much more comprehensive and Dr. Edwin I. Megargee of the:weight toward the side of law
!in Oregon and New Hampshire. detailed, that incidents draw
Peace Corps, he said. Dr. Bru- so
University of Texas, a specialist and order, he said, but this was
!But the analysts concurred on more attention. And people are
is a professor of psycho-
ner in the of than when
personal expectable
I II ag- no more
Color-Tone Shampoo Concentrate I two major points: the outbursts logy at Harvard and director of becoming more attuned and gression, suggested that Sunday's -I two boys start a class room
were nothing new in character,I more sensitive to stresses and
Center for Cognitive Studies. .
I its riots probably were caus-j leraser throwing fight for other ..
and nothing' get particularly stressful situations, from hear-
I "This is of affluence,
an age ed by a hard core of maladjustPeople -I children not to join in.
alarmed about. ing about things like the civil
which immediate goals, like
THE FIRST CONCENTRATED COLOR SHAMPOO! I II I The consensus of experts in getting-a job, seem less urgentto rights struggle. I I .
I questioned at the annual con- many young people. "Atomic bombs and other national in the NewsBOSTON I
vention of the American Psy- "They see prosperity all and international condi-I
Now discover Helena Rubinstein's amazing Color-Tone ';: :r.::<' :;: chological Association here was around, and some see them- tions have created an atmos-
Shampoo Concentrate and save 1.00! For a limited tiee, 4 !I that the riots represented avery selves as unemployable or just phere that frustrates the expression (AP) Madeleine I in Miss Carroll's part had al.
the giant-size 2.50 tube is only 1.50! I small minority of "youth in cogs in a machine. But I hap- of aggressive feelings. Carroll, the movie actress who tered it "in such a way that she
Right now, when your hair may be dry and lacklustre revolt" but a revolt'whose pen to think this generation of "You take a group of adoles- left Hollywood for Europe 14 I did not feel she could continue."
from summer's son and heat, Color-Tone Shampoo Con- } I II special causes and cures lay kids as a whole is absolutely cents, and you have a subculture -years ago, has confirmed reports -She will be replaced by Leora _
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permanent tint,but a creamy-rich shampoo with exciting >?;$y' ; "To some extent these out-I concerned and extremely in a holiday, a crowd, prob- "Beekman Place," a comedy ,
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hair clean clean clean._ .helps it regain lustre i "':"';-1,. ing of disengagement from society than our generation." activity by police oversensitizedby a telephone interview, Miss'(AP) Ines Maria Prieto
manageability and sparkling color highlights! : because of the complexity Dr. Morris Manson of Los An- all the public disorder there's Carroll told the New York mother of quintuplet boys, is
Color-Tbne Shampoo Concentrate is so rich it has condi of modern life a desire on geles, an executive of the West- been and youth seems to be Times she had "a mutual disa'expecting another baby next
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"When laws are
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And. just a little lathers a lot! ifi [ I their own destinies," commented the incidence of violent demon- ety should act, with justice.But Samuel Taylor one of thel.said Mrs. Prieto, 36. wife of an
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.!" Get Lost!' eral What's reply,your write problem to Abby.For Box a genII. :: a ,

Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212. and < i
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! ;E ;ABBY;Fifteen years ago, when I was 20, I was anything was said or done-or if you only dreamed it. II WELL ; GRIJWS'EM MIGHT TALL AREWE'lLlJEEDTE ALL DEPENDS ON WHAT

:. very fond of a 24-year-old man-about-town who gave me a OVER h= IN TH'CITY DON'T THEYYOU MOOD WE GIRLS is IN,LATER HAS

big rush:Then I discovered that he was telling outrageous lies DEAR ABBY I am involved with married man in his HOW BIG IS THAT SIX -_ >OarA:POUND )GOING 'GOrARAILROAD SPIKE, A *-

about me in ordere to build his reputation as a ladykiller.I 40's. We love each other, Abby. I know our relationship is RABBIT IN YORE FEETO'PEPPER? r TO SLEDGEHAMMER, A LENGTH O'
dropped him immediately, and have had no contact with wrong, but I am discreet and manage to see him without

him since. I am now happily married and have a lovely home disrupting his family life. Lately he has been talking about i

and family. My mother wrote that this old boy friend had divorcing his wife and marrying me. Nothing would make me

visited my home town, and he'd telephoned her asking for happier than to be his wife, but the last thing I want to 1 A 11 I

my address. He said he travels a lot and wanted to see do is break up his home. He has compatible relationship with

me again to talk over old times. My mother innocently gaveit his wife, but he doesn't love her. He is just staying with
to him. How should I handle him if he calls me? Should I her because of the children. He is well able to support two HE HELOOK

discuss it with my husband in case he should call? I definitelywant families. How can I convince him that divorce would be unfair -

no more to do with this man. to his family? He is 20 years older than I, but some-

UPSET times I feel like his mother. He's the only man I've ever

DEAR UPSET: Don't discuss it with your husband. He loved and I don't want to lose him.

might wonder why you are so upset over a lot of 15yearoldlies. WILLING TO WAIT

If Mr. Lady-killer calls, tell him you are happily married DEAR WILLING: To wait for what? Until his children are AT MY NEWCHOPP1N" BALLS

and would rather not see him, so please not to call again. grown and gone, and his wife is 55? Will divorce then be any U HOE, -
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easier on his wife? Face it. The "only man'ou''e ever VB : o PAW

DEAR ABBY: I am a 16-year-old who needs a straight loved" belongs to somebody else. And did when you met

answer. Exactly, what is wrong with falling asleep with a him. Match your discretion with decency, and get out of his

boy if you have all your clothes on? Please don't say life. 1 1

it's just not "right" as that is no answer. Thank you. en


DEAR WANTS: There's a time for entertaining a boy and little birdie (all right, Reed Sherman) reported that you are

a time for sleeping. When it's time to sleep, it's time to now the original THIN MAN! .Congratulations, Handsome.

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fested river. Also shown ducts. CD (Color) Romper Room J n A .
':00 O News, Sports, Weather
t tribal initiation rites of O Hollywood: The Great 9:30 O People Are Funny
6:30 O O News-Chet Hunt-
ley, David Brinkley the leopard men's society, StarsDocumentarySpecial CD Jack La Lanne
an outlawed cannibal ( ) Henry Fonda 10:00 O Make Room for
O News Cronkite
cult. narrates this study of the DaddyO ,
7:00 O M Squad
8:30 O Moment of Fear development of Holly- News
"The Man Who Lost His
"And Practically Strangers. wood's "star system" O (Color) Cameras i lfWGEREDWHEN GIVETNATLUSHE PHELLQRICK/
Brain. Crooks hijack a I HOW GOES IT?
route to ." Alan Mitchell is assigned from the days of silent Please HE THATMONEYAND #f
computer en to work with his films to the modern era. 10:30 O O (Color) Word for HEARSTHATHIS TELL HIM TO GET
electronics firm, and de- B (Special) Billy Gra- Word BROTHER HAS COME COST...AND + t '
brother Hugh on a nu
mand of TO TOWN,DON + -
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a sum ( A a ;r +
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its return. clear-bomb project for 5ANTELL GIVES rk .
money 10:55 Q CD News y JOCKO FIFTY +
but there is
The the Army, 11:00 Q 0 O News
O Saint-Mystery 11:00 O CD Concentration DOLLARS WITHINSTRUCTIONS'
"The Rough Diamonds." hostility between the two Weather, Sports ; t ?
Uttershaw hands because of Alan's feel- O McCoys

Alan over his diamond consignment ing that he always had to 11:25 O Movie-Drama 11:30 Q CD (Color) JeopardyO ..9Jyil a+ J ., IyI

to waiting take a back seat to his "Home in Indiana." ((1944)A ) Pete and Gladys
a brother. man comes to 1200; Q CD (Color) Say When
armored van-and later younger young
McHale's the home of old horse O Love of
learns that he is the victim CD Navy an
of Virgil's girl friend breeder who was once 12:25 O News
a hijack plan. 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or
CD Battle Line-Documentary Babette stows away on quite a success beginsto
PT-73. train a colt. Walter ,Consequences

describes 9:00 O D Richard Boone Brennan, Lon McCallister O Search for Tomorrow II I WERE YOU II
Jim Bishop I
12:45 O Guiding Light I II: I 2SHE'S
MacArthur's return to the "First Sermon. A young Jeanne Crain, June I
Philippines in 1944, and priest, doubtful of his Haver. 12:55 1:00 Q CD News I I ;
the battles of Leyte, Luz- ability to address his pa- 11:30 O Johnny Carson O WeatherO THIS ,r THERE'S Itb +'
rishioners, forget his fears Midday '
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WEDNESDAYMorning ? a; vtsH oHORSE
Novak- when an old woman tells CD (Color) TV Bingo .
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Drama waiting anxiously to see 1:30 B ScienceO "
"Fare Thee Well." Miss him. 6:10 CD Continental Classroom As the World Turns 1 1.J
Cathy Williams is goingto American Government: u'

become a mother, but O Petticoat Junction Prof. Peter H. Odegard CD Let's Make a Deal : _- .. A
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she wants to graduatewith Uncle Joe is promoting a talks about "The United 1:55 CD News \ C' I

her senior class, and talent contest, and he States and the Common 2:00 B CD Loretta Young LJ iI
she doesn't want to tell tries to make sure that Market." O Password d

her parents about her one of his three nieces 6:15 O ScopeO 2:30 B CD Doctors I I- 1uN s4e9& w
condition. win. Summer Semester O House Party -- --

8:00 O High Adventure 9:30 O Jack Benny 6:30 Q World Civilization 3:00 B CD Another World AND ONE OF HMM!THIS NEXT NAME Awouto YOU BELIEVE. Mf.

Thomas Comedy 6:40 O (Color) Living Words I O To Tell the Truth t w.. YOU IS JAMES THEY 1 WONDER WHATWOULD HAVE IS, UNFORTUNATELY QUITE] \\f i SAID I WAS ONLY 4

"Africa-Mountains of the "The Introducer" is intro- 6:45 O Pastor's Study : 3:25 O News M+y WELL,WELL.1 A COZY LITTLE NOW! LET A lD EN! WNOSE MADE OUT OF"RUST?;; FAMILlXJBIRNICE REPEATING THE COURSE.
Moon." Lowell Thomas duced when Ed Sullivan (B (Color) Hi, Neighbor 3:30 B CD (Color) You GROUP "GREEK CIVILIZATION II"US MEET EACH FRIENDS IN OLD SIR? BLAKE. THEN BECAUSE ftl I HOT LOVE SAY IT? IT.NO
narrates thii t film reportof pays a visit to Jack. 6:50 O Farm and Home Don't Say THIS 5EME5TER. I N" DEPRESSED OTHER+., I ATHENS WOULD 1Rr+ .
10:00 O Bell Telephone Hour THAT THE COURSE 15 NOT MTORE HAVE CALLED 1 s 1I t I'
his Conga trip, which 7:00 O m Today O Edge of Night o POPULAR .8JT ELATED THAT, tl; Z AM DR.NEA! L HIM 1AKOBOS! ,'s Y 1 s '
Henderson HALSEON '
was led by Belgian hunter (Color) Florence Scheduled guest: author 4:00 B Match Game I 5HAU. HAVE FEW PAPERS \ 1 _
Chris Pollet. At a snake is hostess for Bell's"Summer : John Gunther, who will O Secret Storm II TO MARK! s) awSvaI
farm, Thomas and Pollet Theater," designed talk about his new book CD Popeye's Pals as

saw vipers, cobras and to show-case new. "The Lost City," a chroni- 4:25 B News

the deadly mamba. With talent. Tonight's cast: cle of Vienna in the 1930's. 4:30 O Leave It to Beaver

hunter Eric Von Hippel vocalist Linda Bennett; Hugh Downs.O B Best of Groucho

and several Bantu tribes- the J's with Jamie, vocal Local News, Weather CD Movie Ia

men, Thomas went on a group; singer James "
7:05 Q Ranger Hal! "Destination 60,000. A I : 'a -
Brit Hurst the Bill Evans
hippo hunt. Joining ;
test pilot crashes whit
7:50 O Local News
Colin Trio French
ish anthropologist jazz group; trying out a new jet fue
Turnbull, Thomas studied singer Jacqueline Danno; 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo for his buddy's aircraf t r, ,,
the Pygmy method of and bassist Gary Karr. 9:00 Q Divorce Court ; Il NEM1IUSTHAYEEEEN SPHAKINO OF SPOOKY ...AND THEN THERE AE5K1N2S THEY MAKE A\ Yniin TO THAT
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Dear-. Heloise: Dear Heloise: LETTER-----OF--LAUGHTERDear -- ----,-garage== window yet preservedthe -I I } I 'ra rid11? fi\lJ\ i!]

I may be the only woman in Safety first! Carry your handbag Heloise: much needed daylight.

the world who finds making in a large paper bag when How about licking the enve- -

pancakes a messy job! I tried you are on the street after lope instead of the stamp? Idon't I used one layer of nylon

everything from small pitchersto dark-what thief cares about happen to like the tasteof net (the same color as the outside -, I Z PONT GET IT.' 1 1i wp 'S A:'.TAT
the loaf of bread and quart of 1 CaENTIrb 6JM
ladles to uniform EVERYBODY'SSO
soup get I glue. paint on the house) gath- 1.. uIYA, YO'. 4
pancakes without the drippings milk that you are supposedly 'A..KI Fllr FRIENDLY DONG:
whereI carrying??? M. M. K. ered it and made it into an un- M ICY BEETLE ROOCKY K HE.MTET ROCKY ", .
getting everywhere but C i
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wanted it. Ida C. Hane And by golly, you know hemmed curtain. j l : try
what, gals, it works! The r 1
Finally, I hit upon an idea, This
Dear Heloise: stamp sticks just as well. It's successfully screens the

tried it, and found it worked Tell all those young mothers all according to your taste, I view (of the junk in the gar- /
beautifully. I took an empty,
with baby daughters not guess. age) from the street and gives
plastic squeeze type
bottle and poured the prepared to give away or otherwise dis- .HELOISE privacy inside, too, but yet'i

batter into it, replaced the card those darling little dresses Dear Heloise: lets the light come through. ,

cap (after snipping off the tip that would still fit the babyif M. V. 5.1
they weren't My daughter has so .
so the hole would be larger) too short. many I M
odds and ends'of small and
toys I I
and just squeezed out the most Most infant dresses are made she managed to become bored Dear Heloise:

uniform pancakes I ever roomy for baby to wiggle in with them all! In order to keep our garbage I

made.If and thus are usually large __ - I can from being knocked over I i PATTI LEEDS CAMEL TO MY HOME THAT'5 11ORE IMPORTANT?: FKAKK'E: PALAVER IV &ETTEJZ-
the batter is as smooth as enough for many months ex- So I divided the toys into by animals, my husband ham- I KNOW TWc LAW IS OUT PERHAPS THIS EVEMSG.! KENO \15 HOLDING A NICE KA; ONE OF THE MEN WHO BEAT UP CAI. GARY AW L
it should be, it will not clog cept they become too short. four batches. mered two lengths of lead pipe '- p' JLR157tCT10N: THROUGH HER LOU.5 FOR SIX THOUSAND KOUN7FIGURE. GARY HAVE? GARY TOLP PATH THAT IN TELL COME HIM TOcowu
t5 hole in the bottle But into the UELTENANT' HOW CAN THE STATE COLLARS WHICH SHE HERE.'
cap. These make darling little "One batch is in a plastic ground, making sure "4' A RAID BE ARRANGEPft POLICE HIS GAXA5UNQ TABLESLOGE* THE HOSPITALHE'S OUT TO ,
best of all not a drop dripped. the pipes were a few inches I n GET THEOTHEiZ ONE! .
to and is used -
with '
tops make-up case
:is it not ?? go corduroy (or only
or. a drip dropped higher than the garbage can .
other material) snap crotch when we go out. The other + A 7 f
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n crawlers or stretch ti g ht s. three are rotated every few

Drop dripped? Drip dropped Just match the dresses with days. She enjoys her toys so Now we hook the handles of 'f.

? Either way, it's for sure the crawlers or tights and you! much more this way. the garbage can over the pipes

you're DO drip! And couldn't have a very cute outfit.It I Wynette flood and, voila, no more strewn gar- r r. ti I Ih j
the filled plastic bottle be put I saves buying blouses or bage.

back into' the refrigerator until shirts and it gives more wear, Dear Heloise: Anne I Q :
the next morning without drying from the dresses. I readers .
Perhaps your would Gals, that's what I'd call aright E\Th1
out? I Love you, like to know how I solved the NEAT trick!

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-- --,-.;; J .:: 2 ;, Moon Pictures Still Leave a PuzzleBy

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JACK WILSON have been using are fairly the first to examine and an- ered deeply with dust, possibly to engineers trying to design 1 These pictures don't answer ,
); Cowles Washington Bureau crisp. alyze the Ranger moon photo- as deeply as a mile or two.I the landing vehicle which will I these questions. Said Dr. Eu-
; \ 1 WASHINGTON, D.C. Aftera There seems to be general graphs, says they confirm his Dr. Harold Urey of the Uni- carry the first American space,gene M. Shoemaker, chief of
:; month of studying picturessent agreement on only one point- belief that the flat areas, called versity of California, says the men down to the surface of I the astrogeology branch of the
back from the moon by that we won't be able to find maria, or seas, are lava flows pictures don't prove or disprove the moon six or seven years Geological Survey, "If the surface -
Ranger VII, scientists are no out what the surface of the moonis from extinct volcanoes.Dr. either theory. A third possibility -from now. They need to know is hard it would indeed be
FACULTY closer to agreement about what made of until we can examine Thomas Gold of Cornell that the surface is composed I whether they have to cope with smooth enough to land" the lunar -
: it's like than they were before a chunk of it, either in University's Center for Radio- of soft spongy material. hard rock, deep powdery dust,
CLUB the flight. person or by remote control. physics and Space Research, like stone fairy castles, is still 'or stone sponge, and in each vehicle. But he said you
Uft F The dispute is fairly bitter, Dr. Gerard P. Kuiper of the thinks there is no evidence of alive, in Urey's opinion.The I case how much weight the ma- can't judge structural strengthfrom

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\ The University of Florida Faculty -ings. The main dining hall will
Club, with five new pri- also be available for special
vate dining rooms, will be opento meetings except at noon and
members today as classes re on Thursday evenings.
sume at the University. Plans are underway for spe-
John W. Sites, president of cial programs, social events,
the club, said the daily lunch- parties, and dances during the
eon schedule, 11:30 to 1:30, will school year.
again be offered members, as I A membership drive will be
well as the weekly buffets on .conducted as school opens with Hz
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: PTA in Bronson $4 I

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Levy To Pick Today

: Greets Teachers

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I At 1st Meeting I State Rep. Nominee -

BRO SO -100 Bronson PTA pupils. 5 ..LSpecial

members greeted the teaching Leonard Cob b, program the death of Former Rep.
staff and faculty at covered BRONSON Registered voters ba
'Y a chairman urged the members nd House Dean Bernia Pappyr.
dish supper preceeding the first to offer suggestions for pro- will go to the polls 5n Levy S of Key West.

annual meeting of the association grams and special events during f sr k 1 County today to pick a Demo- Election Caused

Thursday. the school year to formulate a cratic nominee to fill the seat
PTA President Mrs. Marprogram of interest to all 4-H Poultry'
ion Booker presided over the and teachers. parents left vacant by the death of By Death of Mars ithurn

I business session and noted the :the late Rep. Frank Marshburn
1- appointments of standing com The PTA officers asked for 'in May. Show Set

I t mittee chairman for the year. continued cooperation and assistance rt .11,_ With candidates Ford Lin- r In Pinellas County, Group
II. The introduced of all.parents of Bron. Although today's selection is:
program was / 4 coln, Williston, J. C. (Bud) three, Robert A. Halvorsen
as a panel discussion of the son school children.Bronson ... tantamount to election if one In Levy.Co..
:. and C.
. t Partin Chiefland and Joe Wil- Richard B. Jones Ray
f t policies of the school for the candidate receives a majorityof
t coming year. Lions the der, Cedar Key coming from Osborne of SL Petersburg and BRONSON The Courthouseawn
vote Levy's
Panel members were Principal such distant parts of the county -Kenneth C. Kepler of Ciearwa- I will be the scene cf Levy
feel the will be short-
Buren Dunavant; Super sages job a sectional situation could ter are seeking the Republican -(Aunty's annual 4-H Poultry
intendent of Public Instruction Host Teachers 1Y lived due to the court
a ; supreme well arise causing a three-way nomination vacated by the how and barbeque chicken diner -
Alvin E. Mikell faculty mem- decision on apportionment.A Sears Roe-
; re I sponsored by
I and run-off resignation of Rep. Loeffer.I!
bers Mrs. Sylvia Rutledge S. E. At DinnerBRONSON ir- vote consequently a I)iuck Saturday.

Gunnell and Argie Windhamand 4L M general feeling around the election Sept. 22. In Monroe County, Bernie Each entrant will exhibit 10 of

student body representative The Brons o n ____ county indicates the Levy Representative's The use of voting machines at Pappy Jr. and Rep. Jack Saun-I lis best pullets from the 4-H
Joyce Ulmer and Aaron RobinLions will host teachers of the for judging. Prize mony -
job will be con- most of the Counties 16 pre- ders of Key West and Fred Bri1 1 aroject
son. Bronson and Otter Creek C will be awarded to all participants -
Mikell outlined the general schools at a special dinner solidated in the not too far cincts is expected to speed the byl of Long Key are seeking the and each member will
&J distant future.Last. results. Democratic nomination vacated :
policy and tentative program meeting at the Bronson Town I have the orpportunity to (uction

for the county schools. Hall at 7 p.m. tonight. c)ff five pullets.

A few of the subjects disSate Senator Etter Usher will The program prepared by As-

cussed by the panel were gen- be the guest speaker on a special Tobacco Markets .sociate County Agent James B.
: era 1 behavior, lunchr o o m program arranged for the Estes: and County Home Demon-
schedules bus facilities student annual meeting for the Lions to station Agent Mrs. Pat B. Feiler -
cooperation, care of school welcome new teachers ar.d fac Cowgirl Beauty calls for the pullets to be entered -

property including text books ulty. Close IncreasesVALDOSTA between 8:30 and 9:30:
and the general duties and re- Wives and husbands cf the Judy Ferguson, 20-year-old Gainesville blonde, Average
I sponsibilities of teachers and teachers are invited. shown here with Sheriff Joe Crevasse, was named a.m.Lester Kalch, extention poul-

Miss Florida Cowgirl Sunday in a beauty contest Ga. (AP-Sales) sold 152,053,610 pounds for $89.- markets sold more than 10 -n i1- tryman with the Agriculture Extension -
sponsored by the 9th annual Gainesville Quarter Service at the University -
on the Georgia-Florida fluecured 136,897 an average of $58.62.: lion pounds each.
Horse Show. Runners-up were Janis Biewend, first; Florida markets sold Douglas sold 14,724,180 poundsfor of Florida will supervise
Schools Mixed tobacco market for the sea- The five
t Janet Ernst, second and Janet Parker, third. The judging the birds. He will announce
for $9,132,772 and a $62.C2 aver-
ended reached $13,064,636
son just 174,307742 ,- 22,254,132 pounds
girls receive college scholarships. Pro-
the winning order of the
pounds and brought grow- and a $58.71 average.On age; Statesboro 11,952,612 for
ceeds from the three-day horse show festivities wentto ribbons denoting
ers $102,201,533 the U. S. Department the Florida belt Live Oak $6,266,304 and $52.43; Tif ton. pullets present -
It In 'Trouble Spots'By the Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch in Live Oak. of Agriculture report- led with sales of 8,239,098 11,350,104 for $6,615,945 and 58. that place in tne Poul-

I pounds which brought $4- 29; Moultrie 10,855,514 for $6- try Show.

... ed.The for of and $60.50 and Black- Expected participants among
average price per 10 0 861,080 an average $59. 585,727 ;

t THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1st, 2nd and 12th grades under I I Southern Farm pounds was $58.63 up $1.75 from The other Florida markets: shear 10,501,090 for $0.198,638 .the young ladies of the Levy 4-
for and H group are Faye Sache Pat
last year. Sales were 23,785,077 Lake City 4,246,960 $2,438- $59.03.The
More public sthools begin integrated federal court orders. pounds under 1963. In money, 927 and $57.43; Jasper, 2,632,846 highest average in Geor- Swilley and Ramona Swilley.

classes today, includ-I Hundreds of demonstrators the 1964 crop brought more than for $2,224,213 and $61.23High gia was at Douglas. Other high Levy 4-H boys expected are

ing former trouble spots such I have been arrested in racial Market Summary $10 million less than the $112- Springs, 3,860,678 for $2,196,688 averages on the Georgia belt Donald Andrews, Sammy Cobb,

as Prince Edward County, Va., ;clashes in Albany during the 668,937 paid growers for last and $56.90; and Madison 2,274- were Nashville at $61.02; Alma Steve Dean Duane Goodson
i past two years but school offi- year's leaf. 550 for $1,343,728 and $59.08. at $60.74; Moultrie and Valdosta -Tommy Havens, Joe Markhamand
Albany Ga., and Gadsden, Ala.
cials expect no trouble. ATLANTA Ga. Seasonally 50 cents to $1 a hundred l Of this year's total the 23 The department's final report $60.43; and WaYr r 0 s s, Russel Meeks.
Fourteen Negroes and 59 Negroes also will attend white increased cattle and calf pounds. Utility slaughter cows: markets on the Georgia: belt showed that five Georgia $60.41. Levy County Agent I.eonard
white pupils were enrolled at schools at Ala. for the Cobb will introduce distinguished
Gadsden marketing in South left sold in a range of $12 to $13.50. -- -- -
Tuskegee (Ala.) High School the first time. Although 38 Negro prices unevenly higher and low At the Louisville Ky., terminal guests and B. S. Datz, manager -

Monday. There was no trouble pupils applied for transferto er at individual markets toward market G nod slaughter of the sponsoring Gainesville -
like that which forced the the white schools it was not / SEE i Sears Roebuck Store, will
the close of last week the U.S. steers weighing 900 to 1,100 by
school to close months I and awards.
seven known immediately how :present the prizes
many Department of Agriculture re pounds brought $23 to $25.25.
ago.Prince would be accepted. ported. These prices were fully steady -
Edward County bowsto Gadsden a northeast Alabama Cattle and calf receipts at six with the previous week. Jet Crashes

federal court orders and city of more than 58,000 has market centers totaling 29.8001 Receipts at Louisville were 20

opens the doors to public school been the scene of racial tensionin head were 13 per cent larger per cent above last week, but 41 H .the SUN In
rooms for the first time since the past. However, no diffi- than the week before accord- per> cent below the same week I I

1958-59. culties have arisen recently. ing to market reports of last year. .. _
But only seven white pupils Segregation barriers also will USDA's Marketing Service. Cattle receipts at Georgia to Four
ALACHUA GENERAL Cook and son, Mrs. Louise Helen Baun Baby Hatch Mr.
are expected to attend the pub fall at Montgomery, Ala., as Slaughter steers and heifers auctions increased 15 per cent
: September 6, 1964 Stevenson and daughter, Mrs. William Hunt Mathew Duncan TOKYO (AP) Two U.S. jet
lic schools with 1,600 Negroes. enter previ- over the previous week's volume
eight Negro pupils brought steady prices for the
BIRTHS: Barbara Norton and daughter, Dale Thornton Mrs. Mary fighter planes crashes south
other white pupils will con- white schools in the first and 7 cent above
The ously most part while cows and bulls per a
Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Powers Wanda Caraway, and Leola Nettles and baby boy, Mrs. San- west of Tokyo today ki'lirg! one
tinue to attend private schoolsset capitol of the Confederacy. Six sold steady to 50 cents and $1 year ago. Prices in spite of
820 NW 4th PL, a bey; Mr. dra Stewart and baby guI Mrs. pilot and three Japanese factory
up when the county closed will go to high schools and two a hundred pounds higher. Auc- Standard grassfed steers of Mrs. James R. Stuebe, 610 NW Tillis.GENERAL HOSPITAL Martha McGahey and baby workers.An .

the schools to escape court-or to Harrison Elementary School tion prices were steady to 50,700 to 1,100 pounds sold in a 57th St., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. September 7, 1961 boy, Mrs. Marta Alday and

dered desegregation.The where an effort was first made cents lower for slaughter classes range of $15 to $19. John M. Bayles, 1790 SE 32nd BIRTHS: baby girl, Doris Moore, Nor F8 Navy Crusader pilotedby

faculty in Prince Edward 10 years ago to allow Negroesto at Montgomery, and stea- Cattle receipts at 27 Florida St., a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Good- ville Gore, Mrs. Minnie Brady Lt. R. C. Schoeder, Rochester
County also will be integrated enter. This year, the integra dy to $1 lower in Florida. auctions totaled 18,000 last ADMITTED bread, Hawthorne a girl; Mr. James Smith. Minn., crashed while takingoff

.n..Uh ALii Q., nrViUf....;..- fparhers. .._--' and---- 59-- tion___n _is_ under_ federal court or- Fewer hogs arrived last weekat week compared with 14,500 the Mrs. Katie Mae Powers Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Bratcher, 2523 ACCIDENT ROUNDUP from Atsugi Naval Station

Negro teachers. I der.Schools most southern markets and week before and 15,100 a year Margaret Stuebe, Anna Oross, NW 6th St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Police Fire Report about 40 miles southwest: of
School authorities at Albany, also are being inte- prices closed the week steadyto ago. Prices trended unevenly Lee Edwards David Single- Walter Cain 3925 SW 18th St., Involved in 'accidents reported Tokyo. It plowed into a m.ll

Ga., planned to desegregate the grated at Mount Sterling Ky., 25 cents a hundred higher.In but for most feeder calves tary Mrs. Janice Ann Bayles a boy. by the Gainesville Police i factory killing three workers
I where 227 pupils displaced by some instances at packing were steady to $1 higher. Good Mrs. Marcia Bratcher, Mrs. i ADMITTED: Department and the Alachua and injuring four other Japanese. -

the burning of a Negro school plants in the Georgia Florida- calves of 250 to 500 pounds, Margaret Terry all of Gaines- I Mrs. Theresa Gardner, Mrs. County Sheriff's Office duringthe .

Cholera Toll ] enter classes. Alabama area, prices were up brought $15.50 to $19. ville. Dale Thornton, High Patricia Frierson Mrs. Catherine past 24 hours were: Schoeder bailed out. He said

,. Besides the 227 Negro pupils 75 cents to $1. Montgomery auctions received -,Springs; Rochell Curtis Archer Cain George Cawthon, James Walter Opp 501 SW in a statement he had aimed his
MANILA, Philippines (AP) entering city schools at Mount I Broiler prices in southeasternstates 6,000 cattle and calves last' ; Norville Gore Chiefland; Mrs. Pauline Nadeau Leroy 28th St., at 2:44: a.m. today in plane at an open area surrounded -

Cholera is at its highest in more Sterling, 111 other Negro pupils declined last week most- week as against 5,700 the prev- Lizzie Allen Chiefland; Mrs.I Corbett Mrs. Betty Kendall the 300 block of SW 27th St. by trees and did not realize

than two years in the Philip enter county schools. I ly 1 cent a pound to 13 cents i ious week and 6,200 a year ago. Sonja Goodbread, Hawthorne; Zeddie Brooks, Leslie MeHaf- (single car accident). there was a factory beyond.U.S. .
pines, the Disease Intelligence Three fires including the one for birds at farms. Live SUPplIes Standard grassfed steers weighing Mrs. Dovie Crocker Newberry; fey, Mrs. Thelma Bell Mich- Mae Culpepper McMillan, 706 Ambassador Edwin 0.
Center said today.In at the school have broken out cleared closely at week's 800 to 1,250 pounds sold ina and Mrs. Maude Glass Haw- ael Kirkpatrick, Made leine SE 4th Ave. and Rebecca A. Reischauer called on Vice

the week ending Aug. 29, in the Negro section of Mount end, as demand was fair to range of $16 to $19.80 or thorne.DISCHARGED Land, Waymon Owens, Mrs. Phillips 1301 NW 8th St., at Foreign Minister Takio Oda to

627 suspected cases and 42' Sterling Sinoe Negro parents mostly good. In Virginia, broiler steady to 50 cents lower than : Margaret Lyons, Mrs. Evelyn 9:39 a.m. Monday at NW 6th extend condolences.
In the threatened a suit and a school Leon Stanley, all of Gainesville St. and 10th Ave. I
deaths were reported. prices held at 15 cents, and the week before. J. B. Boatman John ; About an hour earlier an Air
previous week there were 696 boycott in support of demandsfor in the Del-Mar-Va area prices Market shipments of fresh lodges, Cleo Honeycutt, Ray Kenneth Norman Corpus Christi John S. Wilds, Rt. 1, at 11:301 Force F105 crashed on the

suspected cases and 50 deaths.I desegregation. .closed Friday at 15.8 to 16.5 vegetables and fruits from the Welch, Tim Young Hilda Jack- Texas; Mrs. Mary Crosier:p.m. Monday on State Road I banks of the Salami; River near
Southeast declined son, Mrs. Nettie Criswell and Ft. White; Chester Daugherty 235 about two miles north of! the Atsugi statio. Th> bodr of
cents or steady tocent high- seasonally I
last week but sweet potatoesand son, Peggy Roberts Margaret Hawthorne; The Rev. Charles Newberry. (single car acci- the pilot whose name was
er.Egg Lindsey, Charles Mathews H.'Harvey, Starke; Mrs. Haz- dent). withheld was founJ In the
prices at southeastern apples were plentiful. To-
'Harold Chapman, Mrs. Julia el Griff, Starke; Mr3. Stella DWI wreckage.
matoes at local markets
markets were irregular and were Hall and daughter, Lottie Sapp, Junkin Micanopy; John Dur- Ralph R. Moody 2205 SE 22nd
I mostly lower. Large size eggs quite plentiful with prices Mrs. Charlotte Mason and son, den, Archer. Ave., was arrested by Gaines-
l at Atlanta declined 5% to I 6 lowest in several years. Forty- William Williams Mrs. Susan DISCHARGED ville police today at %::::0 ajn. Factory Deal
cents a dozen. Closing prices pound cartons of ordinary to Miller and son, Mrs. Susan Harold Knight Lee Edwards in the 1500 block of SE 15th St.
: Friday at representative south- fair: quality sold at Atlanta ina LONDON (AP) The Soviet
Halprin and son, Mrs. Donna Mrs. Carey Duncan and Baby and charged with driving while
I eastern markets for most range of $1.50 to $2.50 and Union in its biggest purchase to
consumer Pursell and son, Mrs. Elizabeth,Girl Mrs. Mary Acree Mrs. intoxicated. I
i erade A large size in some- riDes.. went- as low- as 50 date in Britain has signed a
I cartons- in sales to retailerswere cents to $1.25.Plentiful contract for a synthetic fiber

: Atlanta 44 to 45 cents; I sweet potatoes on I factory valued at $84 million.To .
i Birmingham 41Vz to 50 cents; the Birmingham Farmers Mar- Baptist Pastor ReturnsTo finance the deal, Britain's
and the Insurance
Jackson 50V to 51 cents; Jacksonville ket sold slightly lower last Midland Bank
Finance Co. will
I ji 51 ctits; and North week as Porto Rican type, Export
i Carolina points 47 to 49 cents. field-run, brought $2 to $2.50 a supply $67 million on a 15-year
I Church in Cross loan guaranteed by the British
WANTYOU Closing hog prices Friday at bushel, and Jumbos range d Citytee government. The United Statesis

U leading southern markets for $1.25 to $1.50.. Twenty pound opposed to loans of more than
B most U. S. 1 to 3 butchers gen- cartons of tomatoes sold earlyin
1 Dtlotl CROSS CITY Rev. Milton][Cross City to resume a post he Norman College; trustee I five years to Communist bloc
erally weighing 180 to 240 the week at Birmingham at I '
C. Gardner has returned to I nations.
pounds were: Georgia Flori- $1.25 to $1.50 and by week'send held more than 20 years as pastor Georgia Baptist Children'sHome

da Alabama major packing prices had risen to $1.50 to of the First Baptist Church and as a member of the

plants $16.75 to $17.50; Georgia $2.Sales r here. executive committee, Georgia i-
buying points $17.25 to 17. of Georgia-Florida flue- Baptist Convention.Rev. Gainesville Sun
U.SARM 75; Louisville, $18 to $18.25; cured tobacco ended the season I Rev. Gardner left Florida in I Published evenings except

E : : Nashville Thursday, $18 to $18.- Friday. Gross sales for the sea-' 1943 to accept the pastorate of and Mrs. Gardner have I Saturday and Sunday mornings -

twLnUto'L' 50; and Memphis Thursday, son through Thursday >totaled r the Central Baptist Church in four children, Rev. Milton I by Company the Gainesville at 101 Publishing SE-
.: $17.25 to $17.75. At some mar- 174.2 million pounds for an 1 I
Americus Georgia. Gardner, Jr., pastor of the First 2nd Place Gainesville, Floridc,
kets, selected lots of 1 and 2 average price of $58.64 a hun Church in Vidalia I and entered as second class
:Ikf I grade 190 to 230 pound dred. In South Carolina and Bor- During his 20-year stay in Baptist ,I matter at the Post Office or
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butchers brought 25 cents-to 4$1 der North Carolina, season's were made in phrase of Georgia; Mrs. Melvin (Wilma -: Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION

Uncle Sam Gets ParticularStaff more a hundred pounds. At Chi sales through Thursday totaled his church's work. A total of 1- ) Kinslow, Americus; EnsignBill OR RATES MAIL BY

cago, 190 to 240 pound butchers 194.1 million pounds or near- 923 persons united with the Gardner, Norfolk, Virginia -:: CARRIER I Week .45

Sergeant Frank Crowley (right) displays sold at $17.75 to $18.25. ly 50 million pounds more than church under his ministry. and Mrs. Charles (Dot) Wil-i 3 Mot. $5.85All
At Nashville, Terra., cattle was sold by the same time last !
recruiting poster placing emphasis on : Rome mail subscriptions must
Army's new While in Americus Gardner liams, Georgia.Rev. i
marketing was near seasonal year Prices averaged $55.80 a ,
Sergeant First Class George Findley, be paid in advance.
quality.Gainesville recruiting station commander, holds up peak level. Receipts at the terminal -hundred on this season's volume served as moderator of the Gardner resumed his I Member of Audit Bureau of

the old poster familiar to generations of Americans. market totaled nearly so far. Eastern NorthCarolina 5- Friendship Baptist Association; work here by leading the wor-I' Orculotion An material contained herein to
head, 400 from the sales through chairman, associational workers the property of the Gameville
and Findley have been recently assigned 3,500 up gross ___
Crowley ship service Wednesday following Publishing Company. (C) UK
here, but they also travel to other cities in the area week before. Volume last week Thursday totaled 50.7 million ; council; president, I Reproduction m whole or In part
without the
in line with a year ago. On pounds for an average price'of Americus and Sumter County his arrival with Mrs. Is strlct'Y _forbidden
in their recruiting duties. (Sun photo by Tommy was i written penu $k>n ol the publisher.
Lewis) many cow sales, prices were up'$49.99 a hundred. \ I REV. GARDNER Ministerial Association trus- ,Gardner Tuesday.

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Can You 'Top This' in AL r---- .,. ,. c j.,.

By Dick COUCH 9------ ,- ..-w -. without benefit of a hit when

Associated Press Sports Writer Joe Adcock singled off Radatzin -

Bennie Daniels and Dave the eighth inning of the twilight -

'Stenhouse got it started in D D A cg Tuesday, game at Los Angeles. Bob

Washington. and Bob ,Meyer fito l Sept. 8, 1964 Rodgers then hit an insidethepar -
picked them up in Kansas City. homer for the last two runs. iT ? '-

Before it was over, Dave More- Four of seven walks issued by

..* head Ritchie and Pete 'W' .
Jay Morehead in 2 1-3 innings and -
Charton.made their pitch in Los I second game of a twin bill after,three-run lead before Los An- ningham stroked three hits for Rodgers' sacrifice fly fs

... Angeles. I the Orioles had regained the !geles finally won 4-3 in 11. Hiatt, the Senators in the nightcap. Chance a two-run margin in gave the \ )

.... The game was Can You Top league lead on Wally Bunker's I in his first time at bat in the Former Oriole Jim Gentile third and the Angels' ace pro- I

This and the nondescript American six-hit, 6-1 victory in the open'majors, broke it up with a 'crashed two home runs against tected it with a seven-hit, 12

...- who bases-loaded single. I his former mates, driving in Y'tk
League pitchers played er.The strikeout performance for his S _
i it had themselves a Labor Day split left the Orioles one- Cleveland trimmed Detroit 7-2 'four runs and backing Meyer's 13th victory in the last 14 deci

.""lark Monday. Oldtimer Dean half game in front of Chicago I in the only single game sched- six-hitter in the Athletics' second sions. I

Chance got into the act too and and 1% games up on the third uled.Daniels t game triumph. The freshman Chance lost his bid for shutoutNo. ib

-- a non-pitching Angel named place Yankees, who edged who hadn't pitched a I left-hander is 2-5 on the 10 in the ninth, when the

.H, Jack Hiatt had the last laugh. Minnesota 5-4 in the 11inningfirst complete game since June 23 i season, having won one for the Red Sox scored an unearned run :t- ; __
and had lost of his last -
of scheduled seven Angels.
But the jokers failed to amuse game a on two singles and Paul

: -the Chicago White Sox or Balti- night doubleheader. The night eight decisions, checked the : Bunker, Baltimore's prize Schaal's error, but he loweredhis .. )
i iI
--'more Orioles and the Angels game was rained out and rescheduled -White Sox on five hits, snap- I rookie, ran his record to 15-4 major-league-leading ERA. sLu ____ _

almost wound up with egg on for tonight. !ping the Senators' seven-game I Boog Powell clubbed a 450-feet -for starters to 1.55. m
tailspin, in the opener at Wash- 'solo homer his 32nd in the first
their faces. The holiday's zaniest fare was' The Red Sox gave young Committee

Daniels and Stenhouse, with the Red Sox-Angeles twi-nighterj ington. game. Charton an early three-run lead 'Welcoming

seven previous. victories be- at Los Angeles. Chance becamethe Stenhouse,' who spent 1% Roger Maris 11th inning but Radatz lost it in the eighth

tween them, hurled the ninth- AL's first 18-game winner, months on the disabled list ,'double scored Tony Kubek, who' when he walked three Angelsand Florida's 1964 Gators were officially welcomed Sunday night with a bar- f

place Senators to a 3-0, 6-2 copping the first game 4-1 after earlier in the year, worked eight had singled, with the Yankees'I' Willie Smith unloaded a becue, and the above threesome played a big part in the affair. L-R are John
in the second Jennings Quarterback Club chairman Red :Mitchum former Gator
doubleheader sweep over Chicago Red Sox youngsters Moreheadand strong innings game-winning run. Maris had bases-clearing triple. program ; ,

.. that dumped the White Sox Ritchie held the Angeles game before giving way to Jim three other hits, including a gridder who served as guest speaker; and Nebbie Anderson, Quarterback. Club

..' into second place in the tight hitless through seven innings. Hannan in the ninth when Chi- two-run homer. Whitey Ford, Led Off president.Sun .

AL pennant race. cago.scored twice. The victorywas seventh New York pitcher, got Smith led off the 11th against ( photo by Eddie Davis)

Blanked Angels only his second against the final out in the Twins' 11th. reliever Bob Heffner with a ,

L First Game Charton made his first major seven defeats. He had dropped Bob Allison's two-run homer single and stole second. A sacri-

Southpaw Meyer, discarded league start in the rhubarb- 24 of his last 29 decisions, dating touched off Minnesota's four- fice and two intentional walks Virus Sidelines Standout

by both the New York Yankees laced nightcap and blanked Los back to 1962. run, two-out rally in the eighth loaded the bases before Haitt

I and Angels, won his first game Angeles for 6 2-3 innings. Relief Chuck Hinton singled, doubled that forced the game into over- came through in his initial .

for the last-place Athletics, ace Dick Radatz replaced the and tripled to lead Washington'sfirst time. appearance since being recalled

stopping Baltimore 6-1 in the rookie in the seventh and blew a game attack and Joe Cun- The Angels were leading 2-0, from Hawaii. Gators Dupree Seymour

Radatz, Lee Thomas and Russ ,

Nixon all were tossed out of the -

I GHS game in the ninth inning follow- By JOE HALBERSTEIN sprawling, and barreled into Randy Jackson, elongated end

StartingTo ing a lengthy argument over a Sun'Sports Editor the end zone. from Lake City; and John

I called third strike to Nixon. That old football devil vir Graves and his aides viewed Preston, soph tackle from Columbus

First Game Night Game Sam McDowell tossed a five- us-has taken a swipe or two films of last Saturday's full- Ga., both were commended -

BALTIMORE ebrhbi KANSAS CITY abrhbi BOSTON abrhbi.05 ANGELES abrhb Get hitter for Cleveland and Woody at Florida's Gators, sidelining scale scrimmage against theB for their fine blocking.The .

L.Green cf 3000 C'pan'ris :3C 4 0 0 0 Jones 2b 5 1 1 Clinton rf 4110 ReadyFor Held singled twice and homered fullback Larry Dupree with ton- team and freshmen and had
Apanclo u 5010 Causey ss 3020 Manrila l-rf 4020 Power Ib 500 Gators wrapped up two-
Siebern Ib 5220 Jimenez If 4000 Yastrski cf 4 1 1 0 Fregosl ss 4110 behind the big left-hander as the silitis and punter Hal Seymourwith some plaudits to pass out.
Powell I If 3121 Colavito rf 4000 Stuart Ib 5030 Rodgers c 2000 Indians cooked off the Tigers. a-day drills yesterday with a
Brandt If 1000 Gentile Ib 4020 Thomas rf 4011 Koppe ph 0000 an infection. Tampa end L'nn.Mathews.
double session devoted to of-
Robinson 3b 5 1 2 1 Bryan c 4000 Tillman cOO 0 0 Reichardt cf 4 0 1 0 Held's 17th homer followed a had Graves said.
a good day
Bowens rt 3001 Mathews cf 3111 Malzone 3b 5000 Knoop 2b 2000 Jax LeeGainesville Coach Ray Graves, encour- fens and defense for Southern
Lau c 3 1 1 0 Green Ib 3010 Bressoud ss 5000 Adcock ph 1000 single by Joe Azcue in the aged over the made by "He does everything so well
Adair 2b 4121 Pena p 2000 Nixon c 4000 Schaal 2b 0000 progress Methodist, the opening game
Bunker p 3000 Tarf bull ph 1000 Heffner p 1010 Hiatt ph 1011 fourth. the: Gators in recent drills, said you get used to having him
foe 19. The drills
Totals 3$ i It 4 Totals 32 1 t 1 Charton p 2100 i McBride p 0000 around and on Sept.
Horton ph-If 2 0 0 0 Gatewood p 2 0 0 0 School began started their for he hoped both players would return forget to say any-
Baltimore .. .. .. .. ... 000 111 030- MeJias| If 0000 Pearson ph 0100 High preparations took place behind the new canvas -
about him Graves said.
Kansas City 010 COO 000-1 Saints GetAnother to action in about three thing ,
Satriano 3b 1000 preparations for its open- the opening game with Madison. fence. All drills this week
Totals 41 3 9 3 Totals 35.4 7.4 Jim Benson
Kansas cen-
E-Bryan. Baltimore 1.
One out when scored. ing with JacksonvilleLee : Lincoln coach Jesse Heard days. be
winning run game will in secrecy Grave
City 1. LOB-Baltimore 8 Kansas City 5. ShotST. ter from Ga. also
2B-Adair 2. D. Green. Gentile 38- Boston .. .. .. .. .. 120 000 COO 00-3 Coach Jim Niblack said to- was all smiles after his unique Dupree, slated to return to Albany play
Robinson. HR-Powell (32)) Matn>*s (13). Los Angeles ... ... .. 000 000 03 1-4 ed well. "Benson's blocking said.With
SB-Adalr. Aparicio SF-Bowers. all-day workout yesterday. "We PETERSBURG. (AP) halfback for most of his ball the start of classes to-
day.The was excellent Graves said.
I IP H R ER BBSO E-Stuart. DP-Boston 2. Los Angeles ,
Bunker. W. 15-4. 9 6 1 1 1 3 1. LOB-Boston 9. Los Angeles 9. 'Canes studied offensiveand scrimmaged in the morning, The St. Petersburg Saints, two carrying this fall due to the "He just might give us add- day, the Gators will resume the
Pena l. 12-14. 7 8 4 3 2 2 2B-Stuart. 3B-W. Smith. HR-Jones had lunch at the school d of former Gaines-
Bowsfield .,.. 1-3 1 1 I 0 0 (61. SB-Clinton. W. Smith. S-Koppe. defensive maneuvers plan- an games down in the Florida emergency ed depth on the first team at normal once-a-day practice pat-
Sanders ..... 2-3 1 1 1 3 0 ned for the Generals. scrimmaged again in the after- ville High star John Feiber,
Santiago .. .. .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 IP H R ERBB SO State League baseball playoffs, center." Benson was moved up tern, starting around 4 p.m.
WP-Bunker. PB-Bryan. T-' :J4. Charton .. ..... 6 2.3 4 0 25 Niblack said a study of last noon. It was the best workout get another shot at the Fort appears headed for another fine last week when Gary Cliett suffered Graves also has plans for a
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Radatz 1131 3 3 3 3 we've had. season. The Gator has
Second Game Heffner L. 6-8 ... 2 1-3 2 1 1 3 2 Friday's scrimmage films revealed Lauderdale Yankees today, this captain a knee injury. night workout this week.
BALTIMORE/ KANSAS CITY McBride .... .... 1235 3 3 2 0 Heard said two backs stood run well and blocked well con-
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time territory.The
abrhbi atrhbi Gatewood ... 6 I-J 1 0 0 I 2 the 'Canes were not as
Brandt cf 4000 C'pan'ris If 3110 R.Lee.. 2 1-3 3 0 0 1 2 sharp as the coaches would out in the drill. "They're players Saints lost two games in sistently in drills to date.
Aparicio ss 4010 Tart'bull It 0000 Duliba. W. 63 2-3 0 0 0 0 0
E. Rob'n If 41 20Causey st 4110 T310. A-11.773. have liked. "We made a few I hadn't counted on before the best-of-five series in the Overcomes Ailments
B. Robnb4000Colavito: rt 4121 and fill weak Feiber with
they may help up Yankee stadium. a long historyof
Bowers rf 4000 Gentile In 4334 Twilight Game more errors than we thought, 4
' -- Orsino Ib 2011 Edwards c 4000 BOSTON LOS ANGELES Niblack said. spots," he said. The backs are Pitcher Mike Daniel lost a illness and injury, seeminglyhas
Adair 2b 30 1 Charles 3b 4000
Brown c 3010 Mathews cf 3000 Schilling Jo ebrhbi 4000 Schaal 3b ebrhbi 3100 Maurice Alexander and Jer- heartbreaker 1-0 Monday when' overcome the bulk of his
He out backs Mike
'Vineyard McNally p r 2 0000 0 0 0 Meyer Green 2b p 3000 3011 Mantilla If 4011 Fregosi si 2 1 0 0Yast'tskt ome Scott, both 165 pounds. a run scored on a wild throwin troubles this fall. However, he _
cf 4 0 1 O'.Smith If 4000 Gibson and Jack Eckdahl and
Johnson ph 1000 Thomas rf 4120 Adcock In 3010 ."They blocked real well," the fifth inning and he wenton was knocked out on a play yes-
Totals .31 1 1 Totals 324 8 < lineman NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUEW
Baltimore on IM A Horton_Smith Ib 3b 401 4000 Pearson Power Ib rr C 0000 1 00 Randy Sheppard for I Heard said. He also said one to pitch a nohitter.A terday but it is not believed to W L Pet. G.B. L Pet G...
::::: : ": ..' Ml 00: 4E 3010 Clinton rf 2001 I their, fine play.Barbecue. Philadelphia 8J 54 .6(6 Baltimore 83 56 .17
: Kansas City 401 Bressoud ss 2113 may be switched to fullback to Fort Lauderdale victorJ to- be serious. He has worked hardto Cincinnati 77 61 .558 61fJ Chicago 84 58 .5"2 'fJ
Tillman c 4010 Rodgers c !
-Charles. OP-Kansas City 3. LOB- Morehead p 1 0 0 0 Reichardt cf 4 0 0 0 SetGHS' shore up a weak spot in the of- day would give the Yankees the regain the shape and running St. Louis 77 61 .558 6'" New York 80 56 .S8 IVi
Baltimore 4. Kansas City 4. 2t 2000 San Francisco 78 62 .5t7 6'fJ Detroit 74 67 525 10
Ritchie 1000 Knoop
28-Orsino. Colavito. HR-Gentile 2 Jones ph p 1000 Chance p 3000 varsity gridders a nd fense. league crown. ability that brought! him Pittsburgh 70 67 .51 13 Los Angeles 74 70 514 1I11a
-(21). 1 Tf -* Milwaukee 70 61 .5117 131/2 Minnesota 70 69 .5(4 13
"""'P- H R "ER BB'SO Nixon ph 1000 junior high players will be feted school All America laurels
j.- Totals :35 1 7 0 Totals 25 4 2 4 I high Los Angeles 61 69 .496 15 Cleveland 69 70 .4?6 14
.AAcNally. U 7-11 0 4 4 4 0 0 barbecue Chicago 62 76 .449 21'fJ Boston 61 80 .433 23
.Vineyard .. 6 3 2 2 2 11 Boston ... .. .... ..... ooo oeD ooi-i I Saturday night at a -' three seasons ago. Houston 51 62 .414 261fJ Washington 55 S* .3C 29
.Miller ., .. 1 1 0 0 0 2 Los Angeles .. ...... C02 !00 02x 4 to be given by the G HS BUCK BAKER The UF sophomore scoredone New York 48 91 .345 36 Kansas City 51 C9 M4 32V
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Jones 1 0 0 C 0 1 Yesterday's Results
.Meyer. W. J.S 9 6 1 I 1 5' E-Schaal 2. LOB-Boston f. Los An- i Quarterback Club. It will startat touchdown last Saturday Yesterday's Result Washington 36. Chicago 0-2.
T-2:IX A15388. geles 6.HRRodgers. Philadelphia 5-1. Los Angeles 1-3 Baltimore 6-1. Kan. City 1 6
(3). SB-Clinton. SF 6:30: p.m. in the school cafe- in a line smash that was reminiscent -San Francisco 6.f, Pittsburgh 46 Cleveland 7, Detroit 2
First Game Rodgers. teria. More details will be an- of his scholastic days. St. Louis 33. Cincinnati 2-2 New York 5. Minnesota 4. 11 innings
CHICAGO WASHINGTON New York 7-6. Houston 5-4 second game rain
: abrhbl abrhbi IP H R ER BBSO nounced later in the week.At WINS THIRDDARLINGTON He ripped over center, ran headon Milwaukee 10-8 Chicago 9-7, second Los Angeles .4. Boston 1-3. 2nd game
2 2 7 3
Bl'game 2b 3110 Morehead. L.8142130 darkness 11
McCraw If 4000 game. t innings. inningsToday's
Buford 2b 3020 Zimmer 3D 3000 Ritchie ... 4 2-3 0 0 0 1 2Radatz I P. K. Yonge yesterday, into a defender at the five- Games Today's Games
rf 4010 Hinton If 4131 1 2 2 2 0 1 Los at New York at Minnesota N
Robinson Angeles Philadelphia
Ward 3b 4OlOKtflg rf 1000 Chance W. 186 0 7 1 0 1 12 Coach Mike Gutierrez said his I yard line, caromed off the Only game scheduled Only game scheduled
Skowron Ib 3000 Sievers ph 0000 T221. "eased back" into Tomorrow's Games Wednesday's Games
gridders the
would-be tackier who
Stephens cf 3000 Kirkland rf 1010 : S.C. (AP) Neb Jarrett of Camden, S.C., went St Louis Philadelphia. N Baltimore at Washington, N
H'shb'a'r ph I000Lk cf 4110 CLEVEI.ANDebrhbi routine of practice after a cou- They that the unexpected Ford, was fourth for $3,475; and Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago at Minnesota. N
: Cun'ham Ib 3010
Hansen ss 3039 Cincinnati at Pittsbugh. N New York at Detroit N
Martin c 3010 Brumley c 1001 abrhbi ple of days off. "We had a light always happens at Darlington, Jim Pardue, Norft Wilkesboro, Milwaukee at New York N Boston at Cleveland, N
2 1 0 0
Herbert 2000. Kennedy ss 3000 G.Brown If 3110 Francona rf Herman Wins
p Houston at Chicago Only
_, Peters pn 1 030; Daniels p 3000 Lumpe 2b 4011 Salmon rf 1000 I workout. We were in pads but and that may be one reason 45- N.C., was fifth in a Plymouthfor games
Totals 31 eSeTotals 24372 Freehan c 4110 Howser ss 4221 I "
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Demeter rf 4000 Whitfietd Ib 4 0 1 1 year old Buck Baker reigns $3,050.
Chicago .. .. 000 000 000-0 Cash Ib 3001 Wagner If 4 0 1 ? Flag Tourney Furniture StoresMany
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Totals 31 2 5 2 Totals 33 7 11 7 oassed before." Gutierrez your present policies Into a single package plan.
Herbert. 144 5134 3 2 1 3 I over the tracks, watched as me- and Country Club. .. Call tomorrow and start saving now.
Baumann 0 0 0 0 1 0
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: Baumann. faced 1 man in 4th.T2.16. I 2B-Howser E-None. LOB-Detroit, Freehan. HR-Held 4. Cleveland( keynoted the session. streaked home two laps aheadof (AP-Two young ath- Lipham, fourth. There was a Insurance, Inc.

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CHICAGO McLain. L. 3-5 3 1-3 6 5 5 2 31
,brhbi abrhbil I Navarro 23 0 0 0 0 11 n1('ad with the efforts of his this oldest of major stock car of Miami football team.
McCraw II 4000 Bl'game :Sb< 3110 :Fox .. .. 3 5 2 2 5 0
:. Wets 2b 4110 Zimmer :X) S 1 1 0Robinson !Gladding 1 0 0 :3 0 2 Rebels in a recent scrimmage races. I They are Art Zachary, a junior -
tl 4120 Hmlon If 3001 McDowell W. 7-6 9 5 2 1 1 8
The two-time NASCAR from Cleveland Ohio and
Ward 3b 3 0 0 D King rf 4111 HBP-By Navarro (Francona'. WP- point taste
Skowron Ib 4000 Lock cf :3100 McDowell. PB-Azcue. T-2:20. A-10.109. Hit Good champion, who started sixth in Chuck Novosel of Kane, Pa., a new :
Hansen 4010 Cun'ham Ib 4 2 31
ss "We hit good and had
Landis cf 4OlOBrumIey c 3021 NEW YORK MINNESOTA a field of 44 cars en a perfect junior college transfer student.

. Martin c 0000 Kennedy S* 4011 abrhbi abrhb 5110 good blocking and running" Roberts day for racing, was given a Both want the punting job on f'f'I
McNertney c 2 0 1 Stenhouse p4010 Kubek ss 633 Rollins 3b
Tatbet p 0000 Rich-d'n 2b 5000 Versalles ss 5 1 1 <0 said. thunderous ovation i from the the 1964 Hurricane squad.
Bufprd Ph 1 0 0H'shl'g'r Mans rf 5143 Oliva rf 5021 2
ph 1 0 0 0 Mantle If 4000 Klllebrew If 5001 0 Jim Forrester, moved from crowd of about 65,000 as he Zachary, an end by training, pipe tobacco
Peters ph 1000 I Howard C 6120 Mincher Ib 5001 0 tackle to guard; and Frank Taylor -crawled unruffled from his
Totals 32 2 4 I Totals 33 i II S Tresh cf 5000 Hall cf 5131 0 race did no punting last year. But Fin
Chicago COO O'C: Ml-2 Pepitone Ib 5010 4010 Battey Kaat c 0 4 0 0 0 1 I 0 i 0 converted from fullback to car after turning:; the :364 laps at head coach Charlie Tate was
Boyer 30 pr
Washington 301 MO 20x- Bouton p 4011 Zim'rman cOO 0 I 0 guard, McCraw. Wel Hansen. Blanch'd 1 0 0 0 Henry ph 0 0 0 I 0
E-Ro inson. ph
Roberts said. Forresteris
DP-Chicago 1. Washington 1. iCB-Chi- Lopez If 0000 Kostro 2b 3010 front, miles an hour. ing spring drills. I r

cago 2B-Roblnson.5. Washington King.9. Stennoos. Ken- Stigman Kmdall 2b p 1 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 I 0 202 pounds and Taylor 165. Jim Paschal of High Point, Tate says he's leaning toward I! filter tI

nedy. SF-Hmton. Reese ph 1001 "Two juniors and a sopho- N.C., was second in a Plymouth, Zachary at the moment, but I II a
Allison ph 111 .
Talbot. I.. 45 .. .. 1 5 3 J 0 0 W'th'gf p 1 0 0 I 0 more ran real well," Roberts winning $10,450; Richard Pettyof I adds that Novosel has made
Baumann .. 1 1 0 0 1 3 Totals 4S 5 11 5 Totals 42 4 10 4 left Randleman N.C. I
.. .. .. said. He named them as also in a such improvement that he won't ..
Fisher 3 2 I 1 2 2
Herbert 2 I 0 2 0 2 C 1 2 0 0 1fluzPiadt (New Minnesota York ... .. ...... .......... 100 000 000 M' 000 040 ll 00--i 4E I halfback Layne Rooks, full- !Plymouth, was third and won (decide on the kicker for the I I 1

Stenhouse. W. 271 5 2 2 1 4 Rollins. Versalles. DP-New i back Doyle Sikes 190 pound $12,900, including more than I Sept. 19 opener with Florida !

Hannan Stenhouse faced J 1 men 1 In 0 0h 0 1 0 I York-Boyer.2. LOB-New York 12. M'rnesota 7. fullback, both juniors; and soph- $6,000 in lap. money. State until that week. I cigarette
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Hamilton 0 1 0 0 0 0
Ramos .. 113 2 0 0 0 2
DALLAS (AP) The Dallas Renift W, 5-3 .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 .
Jimmy Evans Stafford ... 2-3 1 0 0 1 0 HURRICANE
Cowboys placed ,
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offensive end from Texas Western Stigman .. ... S 2-3 8 4 4 1 8
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I: Tuesday September 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 11

'j t Cardinals Streak --- Ashe Virtually .

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"H1\ To Runnerup Spot Clinches SpotOnDavis

f'1 Ir ; By MIKE RATHET Giants trailing 4-2. He slammedone homers and- a double, scored SquadBy

r, Associated Press Sports Writer I over the Forbes Field scoreboard four runs and drove in three in

Louis Cardinals putting San Francisco the opener against the Cubs -
The the St. ,
way _ _
are rolling Bing Devfne ahead to stay. while Torre took over in the WILL GRIMSLEY opposing Crawford Henry of

\l could become Major League Denny Menke and Joe Torre nightcap, slamming a homer FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (CAP) Atlanta.
Executive of the Year for the shared hitting honors for the and two singles and driving in If Arthur Ashe Jr. makes the The women will be trying to

second successive season. Braves. Menke slammed two I i four runs. grade as the first Negro to playin catch up with defending champion -

t Now if he could only get a : the Davis Cup Challenge Maria Bueno of Brazil

job... Round for the United States, he already in the fourth round

\ r Currently the hottest club in National League Boxes wants to do it on his own he after a 7-5, 6-3 triumph over

the National League, the Cardi- asks no special favors. Donna Floyd Fales of New

doubleheader from First Game Second Game "I don't want York.A .
Cincinnati Monday by identical itrhtrf aerhbi It r h bi ab r h bi iJi concessions because of the colorof new American threat for
Wills ss 4000 Rolas cf 2110 M. AkHl cf 6041 Bailey If 6 1 2 0 the ladies' crown emerged in
3-2 scores with similar ninth T'cewskl :2b 4 1 1 Taylor 2b 4000 Hiller 2b 3001 Virdon cf 5000 I my skin the articulate

inning rallies and climbed into a W. Davis cf4OlOAllefl 3b 3110T. Snider If 2010 Clemente rf 4231 UCLA senior said today. "I the person of a plucky co-ed
Davis II 2001 Cardienal tt 3100 Freese 3b 5231
second-place tie with the Reds Howard 3000 Johnson If 4111 Hart rf 5230 O'denon Ib 4111 I want to be judged only on my from St. Louis, Carol Hanks,
Parker Ib 3020 H'rrnsfn It 0000 Cepeda Ib 5221 Maze 'kl 23>> 5011 /IL who eliminated fourth-seeded
the first time since April 19they've Oliver 2b 3000 Callison rf 0000 HaIler c 0100 Pagl'roni c 4 0 3 2 I tennis."
therunnerup Torborg c 2010 Cater rf 4011 Mays ph 1113 Alley ss 4010 _-_ Lesley Turner of Australia 2-6,
been as high as Griffith pr COO 0 Triandos c 4000 Bolin p 3011 Schwall p 1000 -- E -A-i i1iL \_ The skinny, 21-year-old collegian -
spot. Roseboro c 3000 Wine ss 3010 D venp't 3b 512OStargell ph 1000 6-3, 61.Celts9.
L. Miller r 3 0 0 0 Bennett p 2110 Pagan ss 4122 Lynch ph 1000 I originally from Richmond
Devine named the majors'top Totals 28 1 5 1 Totals 30 5 7 4Los Herbel p 1000 Mota ph 0000 -I Va., virtually clinched a spot on
.. Crandall c 3010 Schofield ph 0 0 0 0 I
for 000 POO 100-1
executive last year Philadelphia Angeles .. 100 ooa MX-sE Totals 41 9 17' Totals 40 114 \ \the final four-man U.S. Davis : Owner

building the Cardinals into a Sin Francisco ... .. .. 020 440 111-9 I
-Wills. DP-Philadelphia 1. LOB- Pittsburgh ... ...... 202 100 100-4 I Cup squad by beating teammate
pennant contender, resignedAug. Los Angeles 2. Philadelphia 5. Riessen of Evanston Ill. Brown Dies
2B-Thomas, Johnson. S-Bernett. Ro- E-Alley. M. A Iou. McBean Bailey. Vlarty ,
17 in a hassle with the St. as. SF-T. Davis. LOB-San Francisco 10. Pittsburgh 13. in the third round of the national HYANNIS Mass. (AP) -
Cardinals IP H R FR BBSO i 28-Bailey. Freese. 3B-Frees*. Hart. II '
f Louis front office. L. Miller L. 3-7 7236 5 4 2 S
went into a slight skid, but Perranoskl Bennett. W. 10-12( 9 131 5 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 ter. IP H R ERBBSO Use/ Head First Then 6-3. 8-6, 2-6, 64.Most. I Boston Celtics the Boston

pulled out of it a week later and Herbel ......... 2 5 4 4 3 2 Bruins and the Boston Garden,
15 Pregenzer. W. 2-0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Game LikelyHe
now have won 12 of their last LOS ANGELES Second PHILADELPHIA Bolm ........... 5238 2 2 3 5 died Monday night at Cape Cod
.... .....
abrhbi Shaw. 1-3 0 0 is rated the most likely
games. abrhbl ....... Hospital. He was 59.
Schwall 3 7 4 6
1 2
Wills 5S 3 1 0 0 Roles cf 4 0 1 0 substitute should
L. 2-2 ..... 2.3 3 2 1 0 playing anything -
Gilliam 3b 3 1 0 0 Taylor 2b 4 0 1 0 Bork. 1 Brakes in I Brown was hospitalized early
S-7Record 3020 Blass ........... 1 0 0 II 0 1 Emergency to America's big
W.Davis cf 41 2 1 Allen 3b happen
.... ... '
2 3 1 1 after heart
with 1b 4 0 1 0 McBean 1 2 Monday suffering a
coupled Griffith If 4 0 1 1 Thomas
The streak Walls If 0 0 0 0 Johnson If 2 1 0 0 Sisk ..... ... .. 1234 2 2 1 1 one-two punch of Chuck Mc-
attack.He .
8-7 record over 1 0 0 0 Herbel faced 3 men in 3rd.
Philadelphia's Fairly 1b 4 0 0 0 Callison rt and Dennis Ralston.
r has pulled the Roseboro c 3 0 1 1 Cater If 4 0 2 0 Schwall WP-Herbel.faced 2 Balk men 4th. SECOND IN A SERIES was under control before ap- I blew a tire at Daytona run- Kinley was named to the Hockey
the same period Parker rf 3 0 0 0 Triandos' 4 0 2 1 T-3:08. Ashe has beaten Ralston three
Cardinals from 11 games backto Oliver 2b 3 0 0 0 Briggs pr 0 0 0 0 A-1..a.- (When emergencies arise on might have been avoided. ning about 173 miles an hour. I Hall of Fame in 1962 as a builder -

within 6V4 games of the top Richert p 3 0 0 0 Wine Wise 55 p 0000 4 0 00 First Came the highways, you should use You never want to apply never touched the brakes. The times The this U.S.year.faces the Australians of the game. And he had been

still Shantz p 2000 I MILWAUKEE CHICAGO head first brakes pulled to the side and the prime factor in establishingthe
with some two dozen games Phillips ph 1 0 0 0 abrhbl ebritbl your your brakes while turning or while car right at Cleveland Sept. 25-27.
remaining.The Totals 2' 3 4 3 Totals 33 1 9 1 Kolb 2b 3001 Stewart ss 6230 second. This is the advice of the car might be pulling eitherto threw me into the guard rail. Celtics as the best profes-
I ... ..... ...... Bolting 2b 2000 Burton rf 5224 I Ashe wasn't the only basketball team in the
.300 0110 000-3 I sional
their Labor Los Angeles David Pearson successful I had thrown on brakes
Phillies split Philadelphia '. .. ...IHI 000 000-1 Maye cf 4022 Williams If 5112 the left or to the right. my ,;Cup hopeful to impress captain
doubleheader with the; 1. Phila- Carty Bl'game If p 5010 1000 Santo Banks 3b Ib 3210 5131 stock car driver from Spartan- On the all of a sudden, I probably I world.
Day E-Taylor. DP-Los Angeles larger speedways, suchas Vic Seixas in Monday's matchesat
Dodgers winning 5-1 behind elphia 1. LOB-Los Angeles 3. Philadelphia Mathews 3b 41 1 0 Cowan cf 5021 burg, S. C. Pearson explainsthe wouldn't be here to tell about it.!II I
7. Torre Ib 5 1 3 Schaffer c 3000 Dayton Charlotte, Atlanta the West Side Tennis Club.
Dennis Bennett's first victory in 2B Rojas. Triandos. S -. Roseboro. Alou f I J 1 3 0 Gabr'ls'n ph 1 0 1 0 dangers of braking in the ,and Darlington seldom A driver who runs off the I old Charles
we Twenty -
Parker. Bailey c 4221 C'mpbell 2b 3 0 0 1 year
more than two months before IP H R ER BBSO Menke 55 4433 R'novsky ph 1 0 0 0 second in a series of safety slow down to under 125 miles road has a tendency to jerk the:I Pasarell of Puerto Rico put up a FUN
Richert. W, 1-1 ...71-3 8 1 1 0 9 Schneider p 0 0 0 0 L. B'dette p 2 0 1 0
3-1. articles written at the
losing the nightcap B. Miller .. ....". 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 DelaHoz ph 1 0 1 0 Burke, oh 1000 requestof per hour. And we reach speedsas car back on the pavement powerful fight against the No. 1 .
The San Francisco Giants P'ranoski .....1131 0 C: 0 0 Cline cf 2112 Am'f" no pn 0 1 0 0 Spartanburg Police Director quickly or apply the brakes.! before!
175 at You
Jackson high as Daytona. American McKinley
Wise. L. 5-3 .......0 1 3 3 2 0 p ace ON A
remained in fourth place one hantz .. ...... 7 3 0 0 0 5 Totals 4010 17II Totals 41' 15 9 William T. Ivey.) can imagine what would happenwere Both are extremely dangerous.Hold bowing 3-6 6-3 6-2 8-6. I J"i
back of the Roebuck .. ..... 2 0 0 C 0 0 Milwaukee .. .. .. .. .... ... 001 115 010-10 finally .f BUILT FOR TWO'Easytotid.
percentage point Wise faced 3 men In 1st. Chicago ............... ... 012 010 230- By DAVID PEARSON we to apply our brakes the car as steady as pos- McKinley and Ashe, seeded| ,;, ..\
Cardinals and Reds but also dOSe HBP T--By 2.20.Richert A-24,390.(Johnson) F'P-Tnan- E-None. DP-Chicago 3. LOB-Mil. Nascar Race Driver while going through a corner at sible, decelerate get the car fourth and eighth, respectively'I *

climbed to within 6% games of waukee 2B-Alou 9.. Menke.Chicago Mathews.10. Torre. 3B- 150 or coming down a straightway under control make sure the gained the men's round of 161 Easy to rent

the Phillies by riding Willie First Game Banks. HR-Menke 2 (15). Williams (30) When instinct tells you to .. Now to touring or
CINCINNATI ST. LOUiS at 175. traffic is clear and slowly turn along with top-seeded Australian .,,,", traveling low cost
Burton 2 (2) Schneider.
40th and 41st homers to abrhbi abrhbi SFCampbell. slam on your brakes, it can be rent scooter
Mays' : t by
When a tire blows on a race ,the car back onto the highway. Roy Emerson; another < .
Pitts- Ruiz 2b-3t: 5000 Flood Cf 4110 IP H R ERBBSO do in the or week.
6-4 and 9-6 victories over Pinson cf 4010 Brock If 3 0 1 0 Schneider ...... 3 2.3 5 3 3 2 1 the worst possible thing track, the driver must hold his The best advice for emergencies -Aussie, left-handed Tony Roche: I I I '" m

burgh. Robinson If 3000 Groat ss 4000 Olivo ........... 1-300 0 0 0 many cases. I'
Johnson Ib 4l2lBoyr 3b 2212 Fischer ....._.. 1 3 1 1 0 0 car as steady as possible untilit I is to avoid getting into positions -bearded Torben Ulrich of Denmark -I CALL
Queen rf 3000 White Ib 3010 xBlasmgame ... 2 5 5 5 2 0 Many drivers traveling the is under control and then and Ron Holmberg of
Wins Two Rose 2b 0000 James rf 3000 T'fenauer W. 4.6 2 2 0 0 0 0 where yau have to make I I And reserve
Milwaukee took two from the Edwards c 4120 Shannon rf 0000 L. B'dette L. 10-8( 52-3 11 8 8 1 0 highways have never been faced steer it off the track to safetyif sudden decisions. This calls for Highland Falls, N.Y. scooter NOW .
1000 .. ... ... I your
Cardenas ss 4011 Skinner ph wFlavin 0 1 0 0 1 0 I I
Chicago Cubs 10-9 and 8-7 with Boros 3b 2000 Javier 2b 3010 Elston ..... ....... 1.3 0 0 0 0 1 with a real serious emergency.And possible. The same is true looking ahead to anticipate any The other 12 berths were to be'.
Keough rf 1000 M'C'rvV ph 1011 Jackson .... ... 1 0 0 0 1 0 chances are most won't for drivers. filled today with defending STREITS
the second game called after O'Toole" 1000 Uecker c 3000 x-Faced 3 men in 8th. passenger-car possible troubles along the high ,
because of darkness Coleman ph lOlOGibson p 3000 w-Faced 2 men in 6th. know what to do. II I That's why I always champion Rafael Osuna of'I BICYCLfJ
eight innings 0 0 0 ways. say
Pavletich c 1 z-Faced 2 men In 9th. Car Will Pull
at Wrigley Field. The New Totals 33 2 7 2 Totals 30 3 < 3 T-3:09. A-17.500. Do you slam on the brakes? The will hardin you should try to have a thou- Mexico, seeded third playing I I I 615 W. Univ.
run scored car always pull
One out when winning
Run off the road? What do Owen Davidson of Australia and
York Mets swept a doubleheader -Cincinnati .... .... .. .. 000 100 001-2 Second Game you the direction of the troubled sand eyes whenever and where-

from Houston 7-5 and 6-4. st. Louis ......_. .....-.. OOZ 000 001-3 MILWAUKEE abrhbi CHICAGO abrhbi do? How do you react to an side. Putting on brakes quickly ever you drive an automobile.In Ralston of_Bakersfield,_ Calif.,I\

pulled the Cardi- E-Boros. Ruiz. DP-Cincinnati 1. St. Kolb 2b 4210 Stewart ss 3000 emergency on the highways?
Ken Boyer next article I'll
Louis 1. LOB-Cincinnati 8. St. Louis 6. Maye cf 4220 Kessing'r ss 2 1 1 0 would cause it to pull even harder my try

nals into a 2-2 tie in the opener 2B-Brock. Flood. (20)Pmson.. Johnson Edwards.(20). Carty If 3122 Burton cf 5120 I was traveling from a race in that direction. And it to tell you how you can go
his 20th homer then scoredthe Cardenas. HR-Boyer Woodw'd 2b 0 0 0 Williams If 5144 late one afternoon when a car this.
with 5-Brock. : achieving
Mathews 3b 4 1 1 0 Santo 3b 5010 could possibly cause the car to

winning run in the ninth. He O'Toole _....... IP 6 H 5 R 2 CR 2 BB 1 SO 4 Alou Torre rf c 4000 4134 Gabr'ls'n Banks Ib rf 5110 4 1 2 0 zoomed by me at a high rate of flip or swerve into another vehicle. (Tomorrow: A Thousand

walked, moved around to thirdon Ellis .. ....2 0 0 Jl.0 0 0 Oliver Ib 4011 Campb'lI 2b! 4 1 2 2 speed. We were on a dual-lane Eyes.) :4 1't
Henry. L. 2-2 .... 0 0 1 2 0
two passed balls by Don Duren .. .. 130 0 C 0 0 Menke Carroll ss 3110 1000 Bertell R'novsky c 1 3011 0 0 0 highway and at this particular -- --
McCool .... .. 0 1 0 0 0 0 p pt
Pavletich and came home on apinchhit Gibson. W, 14-10' 7 2 2 4 Hoeft p 1000 Buhl p 2010 00 point, there was a slight bend to::1
Fischer p 1000 Am'fano ph 0 1
single by Tim Mc- Henry pitched to 2 men. in 9th Gregory ph 1000 the left. The car that passedme I END OF SEASONCLEARANCE
PB-Pavletich 2. 12:51.Second Totals 33 8 11 7 Totals 40 7 15 7 I''
failed to take the turn
Crvr. .--- Game Milwaukee ..... ... ...... 302 120 00-8
McCarver played Boyer's role CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS Chicago ......... ......... Oil 001 02-7 properly and sideswiped a car I

tying it in the abrhtu abrhbt Game called at end of lIh due to directly in front of me which
in the nightcap, Ruiz 2b 3110 Flood cf 5021 t
56 2000 Brock II 3111Keough darkness was traveling in the same di-i :
seventh with a homer, then I Rose rf 4000 White 1b 4000 E-Mathews. LOB-Milwaukee 5. ChiCago I '

starting the winning rally with a Pinson cl 4120 Boyer 3b 4010 2B-10.May. Oliver. Gabrielson. Campbell rection.
Robinson If 4021 Groat ss 4000 Burton. HR-Torre (17), Williams (31).
ninth inning single. Johnson Ib 4021 Skinner rf 3000 S-Hoeft. SF-Carty. Three Killed '
Pavletich c 301 Shannon rf 1000 IP H R ERBBSO
then forced Coker c 1010 AAcCarver c 4131 Carroll ....... 3236 4 4 0 3HoettW.40..3 The driver of the speeding car i S .
but promptly stole second and Cardenas ss lO2OJavier 2b 3110 5 1 1 1 A and slammed the I
Boros 3b 4010 Craig p 1001 0 Fischer .. ... 2 1-3 4 2 2 0 3Buhl. panicked on
rode home on Curt Flood'ssingle. Tsitouris D 3000 Warwick ph 1010 L. 12-11 .... 4 I I 1 0 brakes. Since the car had veered'
Nuxhall p 1000 Schultz p 0000 Elston .......... 2 2 0 C 0 2
James ph 0000! F. Burdette .... 2 0 0 0 1 1 to the right slightly to side-: and ACCESSORIES,
AAaxvill pr Buhl faced 2 men in 5th. sudden'
Totals 37 2 12 2 Totals 33 3 9 3' swipe the other car, the
Four-Run Rally WP-Buhl. T-2.22. A-20,535.
one out when winning run scored braking shot the car across the'' IN AUTO INSURANCESound
Locked in a 1-1 tie, the Phil-' Cincinnati .. .. .. ... 101 M 00 -2 First Game i
in St. Louis .... .. .. 100 000 1013ENone. HOUSTON NEW YORK highway divider into oncoming
lies broke the first game open Louis 2. I OB Cincinnati abrhbi abrhbi traffic. Three people were kill-;
DP-St. -
with a four-run rallyke'ed Kasko ss 5120 Kanehl 2b 4010 ; 50% DiscountBaird's
the eighth 8. St. Louis 9JB Lillis 2b SI 1 Kranep'l Ib 4210 auto protection for peace-of-mind driving calls for:
by Frank Thomas' tie- -Boros. Pinson. HR-Brock (9)1.) Gaines rf 5121 Ch'topher rf 4 1 2 1 ed.If TO
(1) that needs with claim
McCarver (8) SB-Jilvier. S-Schultz Bond Ib 3121 Altman If 4122 the driver of the skiddingcar coverages meet your (2)
breaking two-run double. IP H Aspro'te 3b 3001 Hickman cf 0000 service that meets and that
Tsitouris ,.... 6 2-3 7 2 2 1 2 White If 2000 Smith 3b 3000 had made certain the car your expectations (3) at a cost
nett brought his record to L. 8-1 ... 1231 1 1 1 0 .
Nuxhall. Murrell If 1110 Elliot cf 3110 meets your means. Don't settle for less than all three. Cano
breaking asevengame Ellis .. ... .... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Spangler If 0000 C'nzzaro C 3111 plying the brakes, the tragedy .
with a five-hitter, Craig .......... 4 2.3 10 2 2 0 3 Hardy cf 4012 Gonder ph 0000 us for details.Howard .
losing streak that Taylor .... 130 0 0 0 0 Grote c 3000 Klaus pr 0000
Schultz. W. 12 ... 4 2 0 0 0 2 Brown p 1000 Taylor c 0000 Marine
had kept him winless since July Ellis faced one man In 9th. Raymond p 1000 McMillan ss 4 1 1 3
HBP-By Tsitouns. Brock. 'IIIP-Tsitouns. Fox ph 1000 Jackson p 3000 Flynn Wins !
5. T-2.40. A22187. Roberts ph 1000 Bearnarth p 1000 I
The Dodgers put the nightcap First Game Totals 35 S 9 S Totals 33 7 9 7Houston Hall Agency ,po

SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ... .. ., .19 000 130-5 601 S. MAIN ST.
away in the first inning, jump- abrhti abrhb New York .... ... .. .. .. .102 300 Olx-7 Speedway40Lapper
Kuenn If 3 0 0 C Bailey 3b 410 0 505 N.E. 1 1st St.
ing on 18-year-old Rick Wise C'dmale rf 0000 Virdon cf 512 E-Kasko. LOB-Houston 7. New York of Free FR 2-3456
Walks to Maurv Lanier 2b 5000 Clemente rf 4 2 2 2 5. Plenty Parking Gainesville, Flo.
three runs. Mays cf 5221 Lynch If 301 1 2B-Murrell. Lillis. Kranepool. Christopher
Wills and Jim Gilliam followed Hart rf 3210 Stargell ph 100 0 Altman. Cannizzaro. 3bHardY. .
Ceoeda Ib 2213 CTdenon Ib 4 0 1Davenp't 1 HR-Bond (20). McMillan (1). S-Smith. -
by singles by Willie Davis and 3b 2 3 1 0 Burgess c 4000 SF-Aspromonte.
i Crandall c 3000 Mazer"! 2b 4 0 1 IP H R ERBB SO of Beach
in two g Larry Flynn Daytona .
Derrell Griffith brought Pagan ss 2020 Alley ss 301M Brown. L, 215 .. 3 6 5 3 0 3 .
.Alou rf 2012 Gibbon p 000 0 Raymond ..... 3 2 1 1 0 3 took the lead. in the first lap SUPPORT THE
runs. John Roseboro's squeeze Perry p l000Siskp 200 Farrell ........ .. 1 0 0 0 0 0
bunt the other run across. Duffalo p 1000 Freese 3b 200 a I Owens 1 1 1 1 2 0 and went all the way to capture, r'-
got Totals t* I' Totals 36414 Jackson W. 10-13 7 9 5 5 0 :3 F ) LIONS
the 40-lap feature race yesterday CLUB
: Mays got the Giants rolling in I San Francisco .. ... ". 300 002 109-4, Hunter ". '". .. 0 0 0 0 1 0I :' ;
Bearnarth .....1230 0 0 1 1 Alachua
.. at County Speed- : M
with homer in the Pittsburgh 200 000 001-4 I : S
the opener a Brown faced 2 men in th. Jackson
first inning. Jim Hart then E-Lanier. DP-Pittsburgh 2. LOB-San faced 3 men in 8th. Hunter faced I man way. FUND RAISING
Francisco 6. Pittsburgh t. in 8th. in c
It the second
walked Orlando Cepeda followed 2B Clemente. Mays. HR-MayS (40) WP-Brown. T-2.50. ; was
Cepeda (28)) Clemente (9). -Perry 2. I three days for Flynn, who also : HERE'S
and the HOW
homer Second Game THE
with a IP H R ER liB SO DRIVES .io
to Perry. W, 1-' .. 623J2 22 3 I HOUSTON NEW YORK won Saturday night's feature ';
Pirates never were able O'Oell .. .. .. ..0 0 0 0 1 I abrhbi abrhbi I
the start. Duffalo 2 1-3 1 2 2 1 1 I Kaska ss 5230 Kanehl 2b 4120 event. jI
overcome quick Gibbon. L. 97 23233 3 I Fox 2b 4100 Kranep'l Ib 4110 I' Yankee Smith of Jacksonvillewas : AND HELP THE MANY GAINESVIJ.LESIGHT
Mays came up as a pinch Sisk 4235 2 2 2 4 I Spangler If 4011 Ch'top'er rf 3100
Face 1231 1 1 1 C I Bond Ib 4033 Altman If 3221 second and Milford. Cross, CONSERVATION
hitter in the fourth inning of the Blass 2 0 0 0 0 4 Aspro'te 3b 410 Hickman cf 3122 ,
O'DHI faced 1 man in 7th. Gaines rf 4010 Gonder c 4000' of Daytona third. WELFARE, AND OTHER
nightcap with two on and the WP-Sisk. T 2-38. cf 4000 Smith 3b 4000 I
Hoffman c 3000 McMillan ss 3000 Jim Green of Lake City was' WORTHWHILEACTIVITIES I

Roberts pn 1000 Fisher p 3010 involved in a collision in the
Hf"C HF = = =-: = Larsen p 1000 Ribant p 1000 ;\ .
Murrell ph 1000 I second heat. He was taken to

Lillis Totals ph Cb! 36 2110 411 4 Totals 32 i t ]' Alachua General Hospital I,' k- t EARNS
ft Houston .... .... .... .. *0 031: 130-4 treated for minor facial cuts _
New York ... ... 203 000\) I0x-4
For and released. ITS MONEY
every E-Hardy. DP-New York 1. LOB-
Houston 7. New York 6. Cross was top man in the
SB-Attman. SF-AJtman. I II
time trials with 21.87. I
back-to-school Larsen.L3-7. 3 4 5 2 2 2 Bill Barkley of Gainesvilletook
Coombs ........ 2 1 0 0 1 1
Raymond ....2 3 1 1 02 first place in the first
Owens _.._. 1 0 0 0 0 1 I
heat of Gainesville -
Jimmy Sapp
need. FlsherWlO-lI 7 7 4 4 2 7 ;
( Hunter .... .. 'l-31 0 0 0 0Ribant won the second heat; and : %
_....".". 12-32 0 e 00 SUPPORT THE
Fisher faced 3 men in ItIs.PBHoffman. Don Toothman of Lakeland
1-2:32. 10-22.12.. LIONS' CLUB'S
.captured the third heat.

Get an HFC Shopper's Loan I NEXT DRIVE (

You can cover every back-to-school need from A to Zwith MONEY EARNED MONEY SPENT
JULY 1. 1963 TO JUNE 1964
an HFC Shopper's Loan. Household Finance will JULY 1. 1963 TO JUNE 30 1954 30,
52 Eye Glosses . . $ 466.30
for books clothing tuition, supplieseven -
provide ,
money Sale of Light Bulbs . .$ 654.22 66 Eye Examinations . 495.00 I
( an apple for the teacher). With cash from HFC Florida Lions Foundation .

_ you can shop anywhere for the best values and take Hone Show Concessions For The Blind ?, . . 750.00 -; -

advantage of special sales whthey may appear. Stand e.. e . 360.30 Gainesville Scholarship and

Borrow confidently, repay conveniently at HFC. Barbecue . . . e., 1,188.75 Loan Fund If. . . 750.00 .
Lions Den, Gainesville Boys'Club
Borrow up to $600. Take up to 24 months to repayAsk Sale of Memberships I InFlorida . . . . 300.00

about credit life insurance on loans at group rates NON Lions FoundationFor Gainesville City Recreation .

TRANSFERABLE ; The Blind . . 458.00
INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Not. Credit Cards e. Program . H ? . 100.00

HOUSEHOLD FINAN It Donations Received For Future Farmers Of America 25.00

t : North Florida Eye Bank . 85.45 North Florida Eye Bank . 85.45

cf : TOTAL MONEY EARNED $246.73SUPPORT ; Miscellaneous Benevolent Work . . 155.20

'07 W. University Ave.. 2nd FloorPHrJ' it'' 0 TOTAL MONEY SPENT 3126.95

:4irs.l4' .
-.- :: FRanklin 6-4524 .-

I 114 N.W. 13th Sh Phone ,. .e.-* THE LIONS CLUB'S NEXT DRIVE i .



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V o- Gainesville 5un luesaoy, September 8,1964 -. -. w ;

11 Agnostics: Each Life Finds Its Own Notice County is INVITATION hereby Commissioners given TO that BID of the Alachua Boardof

Meaning County,bids Florida for hereby the following calls for materials and requests

to be purchased by said Board for and
on behalf of Alachua County! Florida:
'j -' "Furnishing the following materials for
This concludes a two part I suppose the questioner is however the period beginning October 1 1964.
arguments, from terrestrial that he thinks fitting to pursue, ment and the and September 30. 1465.:, Bidder
1 article on "What is an Agnostic" thinking of such things as the Communist party, ending -
sources and not from and these shall state in his bid that the unit
in the for an agnostic as a new system of dogma of shall be firm
Sun's continuing beauty of the starry heavens. prices quoted for the
supposed divine commands. for other men, belong to a realm a pecurliarly virulent period stated above.
series on "What Our Reli- But one should \remember the ,* per. 1) Heart cypress fence posts tour (4)
gions Are." which is not that of reason, suting sort. Every genuine i inch diameter minimum; sev-n (7) foot
stars every now and again explode faith in ag. I length minimum. Posts to be
Is not reason alone a though it should be in no degree -nostic must therefore be complete!*
debarked and cured.
and reduce everything in opposed
dangerous creed? Is not reason contrary to it. The realmI to it. 2) Creosoted fence posts 3" to 4" minimum -
By BERTRAND RUSSELL their neighborhood to a vague imperfect and inadequate without diameter; seven (7) foot length
-I. mean is that of emotion and *
minimum. Posts to be treated by pressure -
mist. :
Beauty, in any case, is spiritual and moral law? feeling and desire. Do agnostics think that to a minimum retention of six
science *
Does an agnostic believe in subjective and exists only in the pounds.
and religion Exact quantity of posts is urknown.and .
a hereafter, in heaven or eye of the beholder. ARE No sensible man, however agnostic are impossi. the county Is under no obligation
hell? I has "faith in rea son: Do you regard all religionsas ble to reconcile? to purchase any particular number of
How do agnostics explain alone." Reason is concern e d forms of superstition or The answer turns Bidder to quote on posts by unit price
The question whether people dogma? Which of the existing upon what LF L. All prices shall be fob., Gainesville,
miracles and other revelationsof with matters of fact, some observed is meant by "religion." If it Florida. .
survive death is one as to religions do you most respect, All bids must be In writing and in duplicate -
which evidence is possible. Phy- God's omnipotence? some inferred. and why? merely means a system of and delivered by hand or mail to
ethics it the Board of County Commissiorers of
chical research and spiritualism Agnostics do not think that which allows doubt and is sus- Does not the denial of religion The question whether there i ia is! All the great organized religions -with can be reconciled I[ Alachua County at the courthouse in

are thought by many tp there is any evidence of "mira- picious of absolute certainties. mean the denial of marriage -. future life, and the quest ion that have dominated large tem science.of If it means a sys Gainesville p.m.. E.S.T..Florida.September on 22.or
!! supply such evidence. cles" in the sense of happenings I think that anybody who surveys and chastity? whether there is a God concern populations have involved a unquestionably dogma true, regarded it is as; envelope The bid shall and clearly be enclosed marked:In,a"Bid sealed on

-\ An agnostic, as such, does contrary to natural law. past history in an impar. matters of fact, and the agnostic -greater or less amount of dog incompatible Fence Posts."

I not take a view about survival We know that faith healing tial manner will be driven to Here again, one must reply! will hold that they should ma, but "religion" is a word of which with the scientificspirit The Board the of right County to reject Commissioners any: and reserves alt-

j I unless he thinks that there is occurs and is in no sense mir- the conclusion that religion has by another question: Does the be investigated in the same wayas ; which the meaning is not very I matters, of 'fact refuses to accept: bids and G. Davis.waive Chairman all informalities.
who asks this without evi
1 evidence one way or the other. aculous. At Lourdes, certain caused more suffering than it man question be- the question, "Will there be definite. Confucianism, for in- dence and Board of County Commissioners
lieve that and also holds that Alachua County Florida
marriage complete
For my part, I do not think diseases can be cured and oth- has prevented. chastity an eclipse. of the moon tomorrow stance, might be calle da religion (3591) '.$, 15NOTICE
contribute to hardly
there is any good reason to be- ers cannot. Those that can be S earthly happiness: ?" although it involves no attainable. ever

lieve that we survive death but cured at Lourdes can probablybe What is the meaning of life to here below, or does he think I dogma. And in some forms of FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS
that while But matters of fact alone
I am to conviction if ade- cured by doctor in whom the agnostic? they cause misery! are liberal Christianity, the elementof IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
: open
What kind of I
here below, they are to be ad- not sufficient to determine action could I. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA
quate evidence should appear. the patient has faith. I feel inclined to answer by dogma is reduced to a mini convince that IN PROB"'TE.
vocated as means of getting to since they do not tell us you God exists? In re: Estate of
Heaven and hell are a differ As for the records of other another question: What is the mum. ARTHUR A. SOUTHERLAND,
is Joshua heaven? what ends we ought to pursue. Of the great religions of his- I think that if I heard Deceased.To .
ent matter. Belief in hell miracles, such as commanding meaning of "the meaning of a voice All
the realm of ends need Creditors and
In Persons
bound up with the belief that the sun to stand still, life"? The man who takes the latter I tory, I prefer Buddhism, espe from the sky predicting all that Claims or Demands Against Ssld Estate Having:

the vindictive punishment of sin the agnostic dismisses them as I I suppose what is intended is view will no doubt expect agnosticism -The something other will find than his reason.ends cially 'in its earliest forms, because i was going to happen to me during fied You and and required each of to you present are hereby any claims not,-

is a good thing, quite independ- legends and points to the fact some general purpose. I do not to lead to a decay of agnostic I it has had the smallest the next 24 hours, including and you may demands have which you. or either of
in his own heart and not in the against the est"e of Ar
ently of any reformative or deterrent -that all religions are plentifully think that life in general has what he calls virtue, but he element of persecution. events that would have seemed thur A. Southerland. deceased, late of

effect that it may have. supplied with such legends. any purpose. It just happened.But will have to admit that what external command.Let I highly improbable, and if all 1 said chua County.County,to Florida.the County at Judge his office of Ala In

Hardly any agnostic believes There is just as much miraculous individual human beings he calls vitrue is not what ministers us take an illustration: Communism I like i agnos- these events then proceeded to I Gainesville the court, house of said County at

i I evidence for the Greek have purposes, and there is nothing to the happiness of the Suppose you wish to travel by I ticism, opposes religion. Are happen, I might perhaps be convinced .,months from Florida the time within of the*'
this.As for heaven, there might gods in Homer as for the Christian : in agnosticism to cause human race while on earth.If train from New York to Chicago -agnostics Communists? at least of the existenc demand lication of shall this be notice in writing Eacn and claim shall or

conceivably someday be evidence God in the Bible. them to abandon these purposes. on the other hand, he takes ; you will use reason to discover Communism does not oppose j of some superhuman intell.- state f.ce. address the place of of the residence claimant and post of
I of its existence through ,' They cannot, of course, be the former view, namely, that when the trains run, and! religion. It merely the gence. I can imagine other ev 1I.1- be sworn to by the claimant.. his agent

spiritualism, but most agnosticsdo There have been base and certain of achieving the resultsat there are terrestrial argumentsin a person who thought that there I Christian religion, just opposes as Mohammedanism dence of the same sort which I.I or mand attorney not so filed and shall any such be voio claim or de

not think that there is such cruel passions, which religion I which they aim; but you favor of marriage and chas- was some faculty of insight or does. Communism might convince me, but so far As James administrator Howard Southerlan:.

evidence, and therefore do not opposes. If you abandon religious -: would think ill of a soldier who tity, he must also hold that intuition enabling him to dispense at least in the form ad. :as I know, no such evidence ex: A. Southerland of 'the, deceaSed Cat: ofCWOlAT'

believe in heaven. principles, could man- refused to fight unless victorywas these arguments are such as with the timetable wouldbe vocated by the Soviet govern. !ists.

kind exist? I certain. should appeal to an agnostic. thought rather silly I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE'

; ;' Are you never afraid ofGod's The existence of base and I The person who needs religionto Agnostics, as such, have no But no timetable will tell him NEXT "Can a Scientist Believe the By virtue Court of of an Record Execution of Alachua Issued out of,
: & judgment in deny i n g cruel passions in undeniable,! ; bolster up his own purposesis distinctive views about sexual that it is wise to travel to Chica The Figures in God?" Part I.Cc. land Florida,, d-b-a the case Frankland of James Frank

1 him? but I find no evidence in history i a timorous person, and I can- morality. But most of them go. No doubt, in deciding that ( 1963-4 by Cowles Maga Company rsus John Boles.Engineering cated! the

if has opposed these; not think as well of him as of would admit that there are valId -it is wise, he will have to take zines and Broadcasting, Inc.) 26th upon day the following of March. 1944, I have I levied
Most certainly not. I also deny that religion property to wit:
andS On the it has I the man who takes his chances, arguments against the unbrid. account of further matters of On MissAmerica One Sportsman's Modified Stock Cat,
Zeus and Jupiter and Odin passions.> contary, INVITATION TO BID Basically a 1940 Ford Coupe
Brahma, but this causes me no sanctified them, and enabled while admitting that defeat is I led indulgence of sexual de fact; but behind all the matters Notice is hereby given that the Boar fied to include the following item:
I not impossible. sires. They would derive these of fact there will be the ends of County Commissioners of Alachu Frankland Quoik. Change *.r-e"d
i qualms. I observe that a very people to indulge them without _ County, Florida, hereby calls for and requests Further described as
bids for the following materials Is Color Is tan or beige with the num
large portion of the human race remorse. Cruel persecutions to be purchased by said Board for and ber 24 and "Honuse of Beauty" paint

does not believe in God and suffers have been commoner in Christendom on behalf of Alachua County Florida: ed on the side.

f no visible punishment in than anywhere else. Rambler Seeks to Change'EconoJnyCarOnly' ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) "Furnishing pipe and pipe all arch concrete for the reriod reinforce beginning And ty, that Florida.I as will Sheriff on Tuesday of Alachua the Coon 29'"
October 1. 1964 and ending' dy of September,
consequence. And if there_werea What appears to justify! persecution A new Miss America will be September 30, 1965." hours of 11:00 a.m. and' 2:C0p'm the r

God I think it very unlikely is_ dogmauc oener. rmu-. chosen Saturday night and L The class following of pipe is the on list which of the t"I>bidder size sand front Office of located the North in the Door Alacnua of the Sheriff

that He would have such an uneasy -liness and tolerance only pre chances are she'll be taller,,u shall quote on a unit price per foot Courthouse. Gainesville Flonca.Count offer

vanity as to be offended vail in proportion as dogmatic Image older and have a better figure 15"basis Class: 3 reinforced "0" ring rubber for to the i sale! highest said property bidder for and cash Jell:to same sat" ,*

I those who doubt His exist- new than her predecessors. gasket concrete pipe lLtafndTiPav said ecution. fee
by belief decays. In our day, a IB" Class 3 reinforced "0" ring rubber The property having ass
ence. dogmatic religion, namely, Odds--__ _arp_- the..._ u heir_.. t.n,_ fhp_._ liar.._: ._: gasket concrete pipe upon by me and will be sold as levird the
24" Class 3 reinforced "o" ring rubber property of the
I communism, has arisen. To this, I 3Trui $nrk Stmrs tion with economy," Abernethy American already has toned worn by Donna Axum of E L gasket concrete pipe'r J. M. Crevasse Jr., Sheri'f

How do agnostics cxp lain i as to other systems of dogma, says. "Our image of selling, down its once familiar advertis- Dorado, Ark., also will weigh 30"gasket Class concrete 3 pipe Alachua By Novalen County M, Hoo"Florida, D.S

the beauty and harmony of nature -the agnostic is opposed. The By DAVID R. JONES sensible-sized car and econo- ing of economy in favor of a more and have different color 36"gasket Class concrete 3 reinforced pipe "0" ring rubber (:!SS1) 9:1. 8. 15. 22

? persecuting character of pre- DETROIT, Mich. An en- my is still with us, and we like new approach emphasizing luxury -eyes but the same color hair as "INVITATION TO BIO

S I do not understand where sent-day communism is exactlylike th siastic automobile executive'it. But we're not known 'ct-as and V-8 engines. The company most of the 37 winners of the 14"concrete x 23"pipe Class 3 reinforced elliptical of Notice County Is hereby given that the Board

this "beauty" and "harmony"are the persecuting characterof stopped the other day amid we're going to be known-as has begun to add hard title.That's 19" concrete x 30" Class pipe 3 reinforced elliptica County Florida Commission, hereby calls of for Alachua and re

supposed to be found. Christianity in earlier cen- praise for a car equipped witha offering a sensible sized car tops, convertibles and other the result of a composite 24" x 38" class 3 reinforced elliptic guests be purchased bids for by the following rnitenals to

Throughout the animal kingdom turies.In 'with all the and look at the 50 concrete pipe behalf of Alachua CountyVtorK-an" on
new six-cylinder engine, lean- options luxury popular to its lines. girls, representing 29" x 45" Class 3 reinforced e'liptica "Furnishing all gasoline, diesel

animals ruthlessly prey so far as Christianity has ed across his desk, and declared -you want. We want to move In the new 1965 models to be all the states, who are Bidder concrete shall pipe state in his bid that th ie .lujmtor oils and greases fuel for kero-the

upon each other. Most of them become less persecuting, this is : "That will from nothingto over and let people know we unveiled next weekend (Sept. trying to become Miss America unit prices quoted shall be firm for th ie September beginning 30,October 1965." 1, 1944, and ending

are either cruelly killed by other mainly due to the work of free go If that's what period stated above. The following is an estimate
have these of
60 miles an hour in 13 sec things. 12 and 13)), the company will Pipe shall meet the specifications of the proximate quantities the ap.
animals or slowly die of hun .thinkers who have made dog- 1965.The Florida State Road Department.All the Board but does nct: bind
onds, and that's better than a the people want, we'll give it gamble about $45 million on a composite contestant bids f.o.b., (Gainesville Florida. any exact of County Commissioners to

ger.For matists rather less dogmatic. If lot of V-8's will do." to them." line featuring bigger and more stands a hair taller than 5-foot Delivery of the materials to te: mad I 1) 75,000 quantity gallons :- Gasoline,
upon receipt of a written order from th''C premium
\ my part, I am unable to they were as ,dogmatic now as I sporty cars.Company 6 compared with the 5-5 of County Engineer. accordance Octane rating 98 or higher

see any very great beauty or in former times, they would This tribute to the power of officials are con- previous winners and is 19%: All and bids delivered must be by in hand writing or mail In duplicate to the posed by.A S.T.with Commiliee octane scale D pro,2

harmony in the tapeworm. Let still think it right to. burn here- a more lively auto product. Russians Send fident the 1965 models will years old compared with 19. Board of County Commissioners Ala 2) No.50,000 2 fallons- A. S.-T Diesel M. FIj@I Grade
it not be said that this creature tics at the stake. drom chua County, Florida. at the courthous Grade 2-D
came Roy Abernethy, solve their problems and they years. on or before 2:30 P.M., E.S.T.. September
is sent as punishment for our The spirit of tolerance which president of American Motors Back refuse to I' 22. 1964. 3) point 1,000 gallons Kerosene. Flash
'Shoddy'Iiiipoi'ts other Her not below
any bust-waist-hips measure The bid shall be in a sealed envelop degrees F, end
sins, for it is more prevalent some modern Christians regardas Corporation, propo n e n ent of possibility. Rambler dealers ments and clearly marked "Bid on Pipe." point not above 572 Oegrees F, not
run 35 -23-35%, com darker than plus 16 ,
The Board of County Commis'ioners I of sayboit and sul
among animals than among: essentially Christian is, in the compact Rambler. who have seen the new cars talk pared to the 34 3'5-24-34 Alachua County reserves the ngM:! to r eject phur cent. content not more than 13 pei
; humans. fact, a product of the temper any and all bids and to welve in
about them 4) 1.000
enthusiastically. gallons Oil,
Abernathy's excitement about average measurements of pre formalities. MS-DG Il'.ricating
f G. M. Davis, Chairman A. P. I. service classificalion. '
Ji AP-Soviet trade This could be a critical vious Miss Americas. Minimum -
t he new engine may seem out MOSCOW ( ) year Board of County Commissioners specifications Mil L
I for A.M.C. While Alachua County Florida 2104A. S. A. E. 10, 20 & CO. Deliv
of for officials are complaining that no one Former title holders averaged ered
character a company that (3590)) 9: 8, 15 in S5-gallon barrels.

About The Author I has met huge success by extolling -i some clothing and shoes imported company is facing a crisis, 123 pounds. The composite of INVITATION TO BID 5) ies 1,000 3 gallons superior- Oil lubricant.lubricating.A. P.Ser(

i I the virtues of an econo- from abroad are shoddy. a failure to snap back in 1965 the current group is on the shy of Notice County is hereby Commissioners given that of the Alachu Boar service DS. S. classification MS-DG DM
E. 30,
; Bertrand Russell, winner of the Nobel Prize in I mical car and attacking the Criticism was leveled at the would raise serious questionsin side of 129 pounds. County. Florida hereby calls for and' gallon barrels. delivered In 55
the requests bids for the following material Is 6) 165
gallons ,
1. literature, is one of the most original, incisive "gas guzzling dinosaurs" produced manufacturers who shipped the industry about its fu- Each has brown hair but 18 of to be purchased by said Board for and P. I. service-classification.Oil lUbricating.MS-DG.A

and significant minds of the twentieth century. by its competitiors. Butit goods and the Soviet official ture.On I this year's group have brown; on behalf of Alachua County Florida'a' DM-DS. Series 2 superior lubricant
l S. A. E.
the surface "Furnishing all corrugated 10 delivered In SS- allon
It Through more than 40 books, Mr. Russell has i underscores a significant trade organizations which ordered A.M.C. would eyes compared to the over- and pipe arch for the period beginning barrels.
seem to be doing well. The October 1. 1964 and ending September 7) 165 gallons Gear lubricant.
made lasting contributions to many fields: phi- change taking 'place at American them.A whelming majority of predecessors 30, 1965." ferabl S. A. E. 90. Minimum spec Fil
mathematics company expects to sell 490,000( whose The following is a list of sizes and fications MIM.-2105A. De'-vered
losophy, logic, political thought, Motors. shipment of 10,000 British- vehicles eves were blue. gauges used and the bidder snoll quote 55-gallon drums. In
theories of education and social problems. His I made lightweight coats for men worldwide this fis c al Pictures, rehearsals and a on unit price per lineal foot. 8) 165 gallons Gear lubricant Fit-
The car buying public year, second only to the record 12". round, plain galvanized pipe.. 16 gauge terable. S. A. E. 140. Minimum spec
Nobel Prize citation called him one who has "con- I had holes under the sleeves, glittering parade are scheduled 18' round plain galvanized pipe 16 Mil.L-2105A. Delivered' In
been shifting its taste toward 511,000 sold in 1963. 24" round, plain galvanized pipe.. 16 gaug 55-gallon drums.
stantly figured as a defender of humanity and and were badly stitched and had today, the first full day of the 30" round. plain galvanized pipe. 14 gauge' ,) 1.000 pounds Grease. Lithium
expensive cars.
freedom of thought." more racy aeeant. The girls registeredwith 36" round. plain galvanized pipe.. 14 gauge soap base. Multi purpose type
stains. The
Rising affluence has dampenedthe Union is suing 42" round. plain galvanized pipe, 12 gauge N. L. G. .. consistency. No. 2
His family has played an important role in Eng- the firm, it was reported. W. Va. Isn'tThat pageant headquarters 48round.. plain galvanized pipe 1? gauge A. S. T. M. worked penetration of
lish history since the sixteenth century. public's desire for economic '"nrl U'. 0" round plain galvanized pipe, 10 gauge 71 degrees F 265 to 29i Delivered
---J 72" round plain galvanized pipe. 13 gauge 400-lb. drums.
Russell has been active in political affairs for basic transportation.I A shipment of 22,000 women's Bad Tonight, the girls will make 84" round, plain galvanized pipe. 8 gauge 10)55 gallons Type "A" hydraulic
This has American Off 96" round. plain galvanized pipe. 8 gauge transmission
damaged shoes from Austria fluid. Delivered In 55
three decades. He was a member of the Fabian was ,
their first public appearance in 22" x 13" plain galvanized pipe arch gallon barrel.
Society, an early advocate of women's suffrage Motors, tnd is forcing the company rejected and sent back becausethe 16 gauge Jd.5rKiW1',1' be firm for the contract
a boardwalk parade with grand 2T' 18" galvanized pipe arch,
PINEVILLE, W.Va. (AP) x plain beginning October 1, 1'M,
and once decided to stand for Parliament. (He was to sharply alter its image sizes were so big that few marshal Perle Meste the Washington 16 gauge e nding September 30, 1965. and
Cecil H. Underwood, Republican 6" x 22" plain galvanized pipe arch, he contract will be
and awarded
products. would the bidieI'
turned down by the Liberal party because he was women buy them, the hostess. 14 gauge whose unit prices will ult In -
for r
I an avowed freethinker.) A pacifist and conscientious "Our greatest problem has trade officials claimed. governor, says 4 I"14 x 27" plain galvanized pipe! arch, Jbote. total cost of,the quantities 'listed
West Virginians don't need the INVITATION TO BID gauge
objector, he spent four months in an English been seven years of associa- kind of Notice Is hereby given that the Board s 0" x 31" plain galvanized pipe arch Th* successful bidder will furnIsh eight
World War I and used the time charity shown by the of County Commissioners of Alachua 12 gauge (a Lhand operated barrel Pumps to te
prison during 58" x 36" plain galvanized arch, us during the
i Reds Praised New York taxi driver who County. Florida, hereby calls for and requests pipe contract period.
to write his admirable "Introduction to Mathematical bids for the following materials I Ito 12 gauge Al" prices are f'.b-. Alachua County
!I Young DriverIs brought clothes for the needy in! be purchased by said Board for and 6 5" x 40" plain galvanized pipe arch, load Department, Gainesville Florida.
Philosophy. 12 gauge Bi>ds shall be in
on behalf of Alachua County Florida: duplicate and sealed In
Mr. Russell has traveled widely and made : By SukarnoJAKARTA Appalachia last weekend. "Furnishing concrete for the period beginning 7 2"12 x 44" plain galvanized pipe arch an envelope.' Each envelope shall be clear.y .
gauge I. marked "Bid
October 1. 1964, arj ending on Gasoline, etc."
I many lecture tours throughout the United States. I in 11'roiibleROBBINS Addressing a Labor Day September 30 1945" unit Bidder shall state in his bid that the B ids shall be delivered by hand or mall
prices shall
I 1) 3500 P.S.t. ready-mixed concrete. quoted be firm for the to the Board of County Commissioners
(AP) celebration, Underwood said: ,) 2500 P.SI. ready-mixed concrete period stated above. Of Alachva County, Florida, at tte court.
I N.C. AP-Police) .President Sukarno said Monday "We certainly don't need New' The designed mix will be subject to Pipe Florida shall meet Road the specifications of the: h ouse In Gainesville Florida. on or be.
I Department as ap- for 2:30
e P.M.
The approval of the Alachua County E. S. T., Septfnber
,Chief D. B. Crawford charged night that Indonesian "leftistsare York cab drivers to come Engineer. proved and adopted April 1, 195. 19! 64. 22.
AIR CONDITIONING the intof Prices quoted will be for concrete Severed All bids f.o.b. Gainesville, Florida. T he Board of County Commissioners
;Winfred R. Key, 19, with a long pillars of the Indonesian West Virginia. New f within the metropolitan area of Delivery of the materials to be made se rves the right to reject any and re-all
list of traffic violations Monday revolution." have their Gainesville and a unit price per; mile pon receipt of a written oroer from b lids and to waive informalities.
ft A Coif! us for quick efficient air conditionIng own problems. o if haul for the deliveries in the outlyIng he County Engineer. G. M. Davis, Chairman
R E f \ I R or heater service. I light after a harrowing chase Addressing the annual conference l areas of the county. All bids must be in writing In dupli- Board of County Commlsslcners
Paul Bidder in his bid that thunit ate and delivered by hand or mail tothe Alachua ,
Trained end Robbins. of the Communist Raynard, 26, a part-time shall state County Florida
t t hrough peasant
Board of County Commissioners .
prices quoted shall be firm for thperiod of (2: 59?> 9 ( 1$
Radio dispatched trucks service men organization, Sukarno said axidriver and actor, collected stated above. Alachua County. Florida, at the court
S Reasonable rates 24 Hour service Chief Crawford said he was at,Indonesia about 3,000 pounds of I bids fob, Gainesville Florida. house on or, before 2:30 PJA, E.S.T.
cannot ignore the clothinga I bids must be in writing in duplicate September 22 1964. :
Service all makes of
on equipment traffic accident when he The bid shall be In a sealed envelope'and SEE
i numerous followers of the Com .and other items from customers nd delivered by hand or mail to the'Board :
AU AMERICAN! clearly marked "Bid .
of County Commissioners of on Pipe"
P h 376-8268 HEATING 6' AIRCONDITIONING loticed, Key's car pass at high munists in the country. and delivered them to I I i Alachua County, Florida at the courthouse The Board of County Commissioners reserves
peed. He got into his police car in Gainesville. Florida, on or the right to reiect any and all "HINEIGHBOR"
CO. ; Sukarno heaped praise on the Charleston, W.Va., and Pike- bids and to waive informalities.G. .
before 2:30 P.M., E.S.T.. September 22.
S ------- ind gave chase.Crawford Reds and said Indonesia will yule, Ky. 1964. Board. M. Davis of County, Chairman Commissioners;

continue ....... The bid shall be in a sealed envelope' Alachua County Florida
to insist
that .
said Communist Iii within an envelope and the exterior envelope -
Key's .
(3589) f:8. 15LAST
I ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A China be admitted e shall be clearly marked "Bid on _
to the
t urned onto a side street, ran Concrete."

i nto a house, knocking down two United Nations. i' i The Board the of right County to reiect Commissioners any and reserves all- '; WITH

FLORIDA Swimming Pool! P)lillars on the porch, then went (Advertisement) bids and to waive informalities.G.M. -
I Davis Chairman r'- JIM WATSONAND
d[lI own a four-foot embankmentnd You .. .... ", Board of County Commissioners I I _
Helps I
!a L careened off the loading Overcome I I .... . ...... (:!S93)Alachua 9:I, 15 County Florida I ONSEPTEMBER

, by Rivers Construction Co. P ilatform of a supermarket, FALSE TEETH 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 .__ II I I 2 DAYS !

it aring out two of its supports. ALSO IN OCALA AT 1:00 3:04 16

If A QUALITY POOL Backed by a The car went down a drive-j I I Looseness and Worryieel SUBURBIA I, 5:11 7:18 9:25 HEAR SPECIAL GUEST

FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY ay, onto Highway 705 and' ease Ibnger because be or I.I1Doyed 1oe or feel Ul-at- DRIVE-IN TH flrTRr I F fPit DI _
urned down Sunset Drive t eth.ASTEETH.aD wobbly false
line 1mproved alka- MR. WILBUR
(Don.acid) SiflHm8.
r'here Crawford Powder &Ptth.kJed on SHOWTIME 7:30
finally caught yotirplate.holc1s thetn nrmu .a'VI-lH rHfAJaIJ I
6Q they
2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 when iceS more comfortable.Avoid embarrassment M ... FARRELLALACHUA
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car pedal fell -
gas .
caused by loose Priced at $3.000 to $3,500 0 1 FASTEE'I'11 aC any drug Plates. Ge I
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I Agnostics: Each Life Finds Its Own Notice County is INVITATION hereby Commissioners given TO that BID of the Alachua Boardof

MeaningThis County,bids Florida.for hereby the following calls for materials and requests -

to be purchased by said Board for and
'I on behalf of Alachua County Florida:
"Furnishing the following maieria's! for
concludes a two part I suppose the questioner is however the period beginning October 1, 1964,
article on "What is an Agnos- thinking of such things as the arguments, terrestrial -that he thinks fitting to pursue, ment and the Communist party,I and ending September 30. 1V65." Bid
sources and not from and these der shall state in his bid that the unit
tic" in the Sun's continuing beauty of the starry heavens. for an agnostic as is a new system of dogma of' prices quoted shall be firm for the
supposed divine commands. for other men belong to a realm a period stated above.
pecurliarly virulent
series on "What Our Reli- But one should remember the ,* per- 1) Heart cypress fence posts Four (4)
which is not that of reason, suting sort. Every genuine i inch diameter minimum; sev-n (7) foot
gions stars every now and again explode I Is not faith in alone agnostic -length minimum. Posts to be completely
;?; reason a .
; : \\1 though it should be in no degree must therefore be opposed debarked and cured.
and reduce in
r everything Y.5 I dangerous creed? Is not reason'I contrary to -it. The realm to it. Z) Creosoted fence posts 3" to 4" mInI-
.. By BERTRAND RUSSELL their neighborhood to a vague and mum diameter; seven (7) foot length
imperfect inadequate with *
I *
mean is that of emotion and
minimum. Posts to be treats by pressure -
mist. Beauty, in any case, is !out spiritual and moral law? feeling and desire. Do stgnostics think that science to a minimum. retention: of six
Does believe in pounds.
an agnostic subjective and exists only in the I
and religion Exact quantity of posts Is known,
are impossible -
a hereafter, in heaven or eye of the beholder. ARE No sensible man, however agnostic and the county is under no obligation
Do all to reconcile?
hell? SHow has "faith in reason you regard religions to purchase. any particular nimber ofposts.
I as forms of
superstition or
do agnostics explain alone." Reason is concerned The answer turns Bidder to quote on posts by unit price.
The question whether people dogma? Which of the existing upon whatis All prices shall be f.o.b., Gainesville,
miracles and other revelationsof ;with matters of fact, some observed meant by "religion." If it. Florida.All .
survive death is one as to : religions do you most respect, bids must be In writing and in duplicate -
God's 1 some inferred.
which evidence is possible. Phy- omnipotence and why? means a system of and delivered by hand or mail to
tne Board
of County Commissiorers of
ethics it
chical research and spiritualism Agnostics do not think that which allows doubt and is sus- Does not the denial of religion The question whether there is All the great organized reli- with can be reconciled[ Alachua County at the courthouse in

are thought by many to there is any evidence of "mira- picious of absolute certainties. mean the denial of marri- a future life, and the quest ion gions that have dominated large science.of If it means a system -Gainesville p.m., E.S.T.,Florida.September on 22 or 1964.before 2:30

''f.: supply such evidence. cles" in the sense of happenings I[ think that anybody who sur- age and chastity? whether there is a God concern populations have involved 31 unquestionably dogma true, regarded it is in-as envelope.The bid shall and clearly be enclosed marked:Ji, a"Bid sealed"on

An agnostic, as such, does contrary to natural law. veys past history in an impartial matters of fact, and the agnostic -greater or less amount of Fence Posts."
take view about survival manner will be driven Here again, one must reply will hold that shouldbe ma but is dOg-I compatible with the scientific The Board of County Commissioners reserves -
i not a We know that faith healing to I they "religion" a spirit which the right to reject any and all

V I unless he thinks that there is occurs and is in no sense mir'the conclusion that religion has by _another question: Does the I' investigated in the same wayas Iwhich the meaning is not very i matters, of 'fact refuses without to accept bids and G. Davis.waive Chairman all informalities.
who asks this evidence -
;1 1 evidence one way or the other. aculous. At Lourdes, certain caused more suffering than it man question believe -' the question, "Will there bean definite. Confucianism, for in- and also holds Board of County Commissioners
that Alachua
that marriage and chastity'contribute complete County Florida
For my part, I do not think diseases can be cured and other has prevented. eclipse, of the moon tomor- stance, might be calle da reli- certainty is hardly (359) ':1. isNOTICE

there is any good reason to be- rannot. Those that can be S S S i to earthly happinesshere row?" gion, although it involves no everattainable.
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lieve that we survive death, but cured at Lourdes can probablybe What is the meaning of life to below, or does he think I dogma. And in some forms of FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS
that while But matters of fact alone
I am open to conviction if ade- cured by any doctor in whom the agnostic? they cause misery are .liberal Christianity, the elementof What kind of evidence IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
here below, they are to be advocated not sufficient to determine action could JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA
quate evidence should appear. the patient has faith. I feel inclined to answer by dogma is reduced to a mini- convince that God IN PROBATE.In .
as means of getting to since they do not tell us you exists?: re: Estate of
Heaven and hell are a differ As for the records of other another question: What is the mum. ARTHUR A. SOUTHERLAND.

ent matter. Belief in hell is: miracles, such as Joshua com- meaning of "the meaning of heaven? what ends we ought to pursue.In Of the great religions of history I think that if I heard a voice' All Deceased.To .

bound up with the belief that I manding the sun to stand still, life"? The man who takes the latter the realm of ends, we need I prefer Buddhism, especially from the sky predicting all that Claims or Creditors Demands and Against Persons Ssid Estate Having:

the vindictive punishment of sin the agnostic dismisses them as I suppose what is intended is view will no doubt expect agnosticism something other than reason. in its earliest forms, be- was going to happen to me during I You and and required each of to you present are hereby any claims notified -
The will find his endsin '
is a good thing, quite independ- legends and points to the fact some general purpose. I do not to lead to a decay of his agnostic own heart and not in the cause it has had the smallest the next 24 hours, including I!and you. may demands have which against you.the or estte either of Arthur of,

ently of any reformative or deterrent -that all religions are plentifully think that life in general has what he calls virtue, but he element of persecution. events that would have seemed I, A. Southerland. deceased, late of

effect that it may have. supplied with such legends. any purpose. It just happened.But will have to admit that what external command.Let highly improbable, and if all I:said chua County Florida the County, at Judge his office of Ala In

Hardly any agnostic believes There is just as much miraculous individual human beings he calls vitrue is not what ministers us take an illustration: Communism like i agnos- these events then proceeded to I.Gainesville the court, house Florida of ,said County at

evidence for the Greek have purposes, and there is nothing to the happiness of the Suppose you wish to travel by ticism, opposes religion. Are happen, I might perhaps be con i months from the time within of the sit firt calendar pub-

this.As for heaven, there might gods in Homer as for the Christian in agnosticism to cause human race while on earth.If train from New York to I agnostics Communists? vinced at least of the existence I demand iication of shall this be writing.Eacn and claim shall cr

I, conceivably someday be evidence -I God in the Bible. them to abandon these purposes. on the other hand, he takes go; you will use reason Chica-I Communism does not oppose I of some superhuman intell state fee address the place of of the residence claimant and and post shall of

I of its existence through They cannot, of course, be the former view, namely, that cover when the trains I religion. It merely the gence. I can imagine other cvi- be sworn to by the claimant his agent

spiritualism but most agnosticsdo There have been base and certain of achieving the resultsat there are terrestrial arguments a person who thought that there Christian religion, just opposes as Mo- dence of the same sort which I I or attorney not so, filed and shall any such be voia claim or demand -

not think that there is such cruel passions, which religion which they aim; but you in favor of marriage and chas- was some faculty of insight or hammedanism does. "Communism -might convince me, but so far I As James administrator Howard South rlanf.:
the Cs'ate
evidence, and therefore do not opposes. If you abandon religious -would think ill of a soldier who tity, he must also hold that intuition enabling him to dispense at least in the form ad- as I know, no such evidence ex- (3601)Arthur':8 A. Soutnerl n
believe in heaven. principles, could mankind refused to fight unless victorywas these arguments are such as with the timetable wouldbe vocated by the Soviet govern- ists.

exist? I certain. should appeal to an agnostic. thought rather silly, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE"

t : Are you never afraid of The existence of base and The person who needs religionto Agnostics, as such, have no But no timetable will tell him NEXT "Can a Scientist Be the By virtue Court of of an Record Execution of Alachua issued County out ot

4 Cod's judgment in denying i cruel passions in undeniable, bolster up his own purposesis distinctive views about sexual that it is wise to travel to Chicago. The Figures lieve in God?" Part I. land.Florida, d-b-a the case Frankland of James Frank

2 him? but I find no evidence in historythat a timorous person, and I can- morality. But most of them No doubt, in deciding that (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines Company versus John Boles Engineering fed the
has opposed these not think as well of him as of would admit that there are val- it is wise, he will have to take and Broadcasting, Inc.) 26th upon day the following of March 19 4. I hav. levied
Most certainly not. I also deny religion property to wit:
I the who takes his chances id the unbridled account of further matters of One Sportsman's Modified
and On the contary it has man arguments against On MissAmerica Stock Cat
Zeus and Jupiter and passions. INVITATION TO BID Basically a 1940 Ford Coiipe. modi
Brahma but this causes me no sanctified them and enabled while admitting that defeat is indulgence of sexual de fact; but behind all the matter Notice is hereby given that the Boar fied to include the following item:
these of there will be the of County Commissioners of Alachu Frankland Quoik Change Rear-end
not impossible. sires. They would derive fact ends
them without Further described
qualms. I observe that a very people to indulge -- County. Florida hereby calls for and re- as:
quests bids for the following materials I Color is tan or beige with the num
i large portion of the human race remorse. Cruel persecutions to be purchased by said Board for ancon I ber 24 and "Honuse of Beauty" paint
: does not believe in God and suffers -have been commoner in Christendom behalf of Alachua County Florida: ed on the side.
all concrete reinforced I And that I
"Furnishing as Sheriff
no visible punishment in than anywhere else. Rambler Seeks to ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) pipe and pipe arch for the period: be tv, Florida, will on Tuesday of Alachua the Coun 29t/l
Change'EconomyCarOnly' ginning October 1, 1964 and endm I day of September, 1964, between
new Miss America will the
consequence. And if there werea What appears to justify perse- September 30, 1965." hours of 11:00 am. and 2:CO p.m '1
God I think it unlikelythat belief. Kindliness chosen Saturday night and The following is the list of fie size sand front of the North Door of the Sherift'Office -
very cution is dogmatic class of pipe on which the bidder located in the Alacnua Count
He would have such an uneasy and tolerance only prevail :chances are she'll be taller, shall quote on a unit price per too Courthouse, Gainesville, Flor,<'a. offer
vanity as to be offendedby in proportion as dogmatic Image older and have a better figure 1$basis" Class: 3 reinforced "o" ring rubber to the h-1., property bidder for and cash sell to Mm safts:

4 those who doubt His exist-I belief decays. In our day, a new than her predecessors.Odds 18'gasket Class concrete 3 reinforced pipe "0" ring rubbe, costs.fy and The pay property said execution.having| been fees ano

ence. dramatic religion: namely, / are the heir to the tiara gasket concrete pipe upon by me and will be sold as levied the
24" Class 3 reinforced "0' ring rubber property of the
r communism;; has-arisen. To this, N rut Unrk (Times tion with economy," Abcrnethy American already has toned worn by Donna Axum of EI gasket concrete pipe J. M. Crevasse defendant., Jr. Sheri

How do agnostics explain I as to other systems of dogma, 1 says. "Our image of selling down its once familiar advertising -Dorado, Ark., also will weigh 30"gasket Class concrete 3 reinforced pipe*'o" ring rubbe Alachua By Novall'ne County M., Hoan Florida, 0.5.

the beauty and harmony of nature -the agnostic is opposed. The, By DAVID R. JONES i sensible-sized car and econo- of economy in favor of a more and have different color 36"gasket Class concrete 3 reinforced pipeW' "0" ring rubbe (3581) 9:1 I, 15, nINVITATION

? : persecuting character of pre- DETROIT, Mich. An en- my is still with us, and we likeit. new approach emphasizing luxury eyes but the same color hair as TO BID

I do not understand where sent-day communism is exactly:! hiisiastic automobile executive But we're not known 'et-as and V-8 engines. The company most of the 37 winners of the concrete x 23"pipe Class 3 reinforced elliptica I 'of Notice County Is hereby given that tile Board

this "beauty" and "harmony"are I like the persecuting character stopped the other day amid we're going to be known-as has begun to add hard- title.That's 19" concrete x 30" Class pipe 3 reinforced elliptica County, Florida Commissioners, hereby calls of for lachua and requests -

supposed to be found. of Christianity in earlier cen- praise for a car equipped witha offering a sensible sized car tops, convertibles and other the result of a composite 24" x 38" class 3 reinforced elliptic be purchased bids for by the said fOllowing Board materials for and on to

Throughout the animal king- turies.In with all the and look at the 50 concrete pipe behalf of Alachua County, Florida
new six-cylinder engine, leaned options luxury popular features to its lines. girls, representing 29" x 45" Class 3 reinforced e'liptica,I Furnishing all
gasoline diesel 1
; dom, animals ruthlessly prey so far as Christianity has across his desk, and declared -you want. We want to move, In the new 1965 models to be all the states, who are Bidder concrete shall pipe state In his bid that the ,sene period motor oils and greases fuel for kero the

upon each other. Most of them become less persecuting, this is : "That will from nothingto over and let people know we I unveiled next weekend (Sept. trying to become Miss America unit prices quoted shall be firm for the mg September beginning 30,October 1965." 1, 1964 and end

are either cruelly killed by other -mainly due to the work of free- go these If that's what period stated above. The following Is an estimate of
60 miles fin hour in 13 seconds have things. 12 and 13)), the company will Pipe shall meet the specifications of the proximate quantities the ap.

animals or slowly die of hun- thinkers who have made dog- and that's better than a the people want, we'll give it gamble about $45 million on a 1965.The composite contestant Florida bids State f.o,b..Road Gainesville Department.All Fionas. the any Board exact of County but Commissioners does net bind to

.t t ger.For matists rather less dogmatic. If lot of V-8's will do." to them." line featuring bigger and more stands a hair taller than 5-foot- delivery of the materials to te: mad 1) 75.000 quantity gallons :- Gasoline, prpiDiurn
upon receipt of a written order from the
my part, I am unable to they were as dogmatic now as I sporty cars.Company 6 compared with the 5-5 of County Engineer. grade.In Octane rating ft or higher
see great beauty or in former tinies they would This tribute to the ofa All bids must be in writing In duplicate' accordance with octane scale pro
any very power officials are con- previous winners and is 19I and delivered by hand or mail to the posed .yA' SpT Committee D'/
harmony in the tapeworm. Let still think it right to. burn heretics more lively auto product Russians Send fident the 1965 models will years old compared with 19' Board of County Commissioners ot Ala' 2)) f No.,i 2 faUons- A. 5.-T.Diesel M. FII el.I Grade

it not be said that this creature at the stake. came drom Roy Abernethy, solve their problems and they: years. chua or County before 2:30 Florida E.S.T.the courthou. Septem eon Grade 2-D Specificati
k sent as a punishment for our The spirit of tolerance which president of American Motors, Back 'Shoddy'IIl1j)01tS refuse to discuss any other Her bust-waist-hips measurements The ber, 22 bid, 1964.shall be In a sealed envelopeand 3) point 1,000 not gallons below-115 Kerosene.degrees F Flash. end

sins, for it is more prevalent some modern Christians regardas Corporation, propo n e n ent of possibility. Rambler dealers clearly marked 'Bid on Pipe" point not above 572 degrees F. not
run com than plus 16
The Board of County Commis'lcners of Saybolt and soi
among animals than among essentially Christian is, in the compact Rambler. who have the Alachua : Phur content not more than
I seen new cars talk I pared to the 34 3'5-24-34 2'5 County reserves the rigM; to re- cent. 13 pe
humans. fact, a product of the temper led any and all bids and* to waive in
about them &) 1,000
'k gallons
Abernathy's excitement about enthusiastically. average measurements of pre- formalities.G. Oil, lubricating
M. Davis. Chairman A. p. I. service classifica-
1 the new engine may seem out MOSCOW (AP-Soviet) trade This could be a critical year vious Miss Americas. Board of County Commissioners tion. Minimum specifications Mil/-t
I for A.M.C. While Alachua County, Florida 2104A. S. A. E. 10, 20 & :a' "
no believesthe ''w
one Former
I of character for a company that officials are complaining that title holders averaged (3590) 9: 8, 15 cr64 in 5S-gallon barrels.
About The Author and shoes imported company is facing a crisis 123 The 5) 1.000 gallons Oil, lubricating. Ser
I has met huge success by extolling -some clothing pounds. composite of INVITATION TO BID ies 3 superior lubricant. A. p

i the virtues of an economical from abroad are shoddy. a failure to snap back in 1965: the current group is on the shy of Notice County Is hereby Commissioners given that of the Alachu Boar DS.service classification, MS-DG DM t

A Bertrand Russell, winner of the Nobel Prize in I car and attacking the Criticism was leveled at the would raise serious questions I side of 129 pounds. I County. Florida hereby calls for and gallon S'uA-barrels.E. 30 Delivered In 55
bids for the materials 6) 165
in the requests following Is gallons
literature, is one of the most original, incisive i "gas guzzling dinosaurs" produced manufacturers who shipped the industry about its fu Each has brown hair but 18 of' to be purchased by said Board for and P. I. service-classification.Oil. lubricating.MS.DG A-

and significant minds of the twentieth century. by its competitiors. But goods and the Soviet official ture. this year's group have brown on behalf of Alachua County, Florida DM-DS. Series 2 superior lubricant
rrrtel l s. A. E.
all 10
On the surface "Furnishing corrugated pipe delivered In 55-gallon
L Through more than 40 books, Mr. Russell has I it underscores a significant trade organizations which or- A.M.C. would eyes compared to the over- and pipe arch for the period beqinnm barrels.

r made lasting contributions to many fields: phi- ;change taking 'place at American dered them.A seem to be doing well. The whelming majority of predecessors October 30, 1965_"1, 1964, and ending September r 7) terable.165 gallons S. A.-E Gear'0. Minimum lubricant.spec Fil,
i company expects to sell 490,000 The following is a list of sizes end I fications MIIL210SA.
losophy, mathematics, logic, political thought, I Motors. shipment of 10,000 British- vehicles whose eyes were blue. gauges used and the bidder shall quoteon 55-gallon drums. De'-vered in
I theories of education and social problems. His i made lightweight coats for men this fis c al Pictures, rehearsals and a unit price per lineal foot. I) 165 gallons Gear lubricant. Fil-
The car buying public year, second only to the record 12"' round, plain galvanized pipe, 16 gauge terable. S. A. E. 140. Minimum spec
Nobel Prize citation called him one who has "con- had holes under the sleeves, glittering parade are scheduled 18" round, plain galvanized pipe. 16 gauge locations. M.IL-2105A.. Delivered In
been shifting its taste toward 511,000 sold in 1963. 24" round. plain galvanized pipe, 16 gauge! 55-gallon drums.
stantly figured as a defender of humanity and today, the first full day of the
and were badly stitched and had 30" round, plain galvanized pipe, 14 gauge i 9) 1,000 pounds Grease. Lithium
: expensive cars.
freedom of thought." 'more racy stains. The Soviet naeeant. The girls registeredwith 36" round. plain galvanized pipe 14 gauge soap base. Multi) purpos type
Rising affluence has dampened is suing 2" round plain galvanized pipe, 12 gauge N. "-G- '. consistency. No. 2
His family has played an important role in Eng- the firm, it was reported. W. Va. IsirlThai pageant headquarters 48" round, plain galvanized pipe, 17 gauge A. 5. T. M. worked nmrtratinn nt
lish history since the sixteenth century. I the public's desire for econo- I 60" round plain galvanized pipe, 1C gauge 11 degrees F 265 to 293.-Delivered! '
Sunday. 72" round plain galvanized pipe 13 gauge In 400-lb. drums
Russell has been active in political affairs for mic basic transportation.This .I A shipment of 22,000 wornen's Bad Off Tonight, the girls will make 84" round plain galvanized pipe, 8 gauge 10) 55 gallons Type "A" hydraulic
has American 6" round plain galvanized pipe, 8 gauge transmission
damaged shoes from Austria fluid. Delivered In 55-
three decades. He member of the Fabian i was
was a their first public appearance in 22" x 13" plain galvanized pipe arch, gallon barrel.
Society an early advocate of women's suffrage :Motors, tnd is forcing the com rejected and sent back becausethe 16 gauge Bid prices will be firm for the contract
a boardwalk parade with grand 29" 18" plain galvanized pipe arch period
PINEVILLE, W.Va. (AP) x beginning October 1, 1904,
and once decided to stand for Parliament. (He was pany to sharply alter its image, sizes were so big that few marshal Perle Meste the Washington 16 gauge e nding September 30. 1965. and
Cecil H. Underwood Republican 36" x 22" plain galvanized pipe arch, The contract
will .
and be
products. would to the bidder
turned down by the Liberal party because he was women buy them, the candidate for hostess. 14 gauge whose unit prices will r4furt! In the
an avowed freethinker.) A pacifist and conscientious I "Our greatest problem has trade officials claimed. governor, says 43' x 27" plain galvanized pipe arch lowest total COSt the quantities lIsted
14 above.
West> Virginians don't need the INVITATION TO BID gauge
objector, he spent four months in an English been seven years pf associaYoimg kind Notice is hereby given that the Boardof 50" x 31" plain galvanized pipe arch, The successful bidder will furnish/ eight
charity shown the 12 (8)) hand
prison during World War I and used the timeto County Commissioners of Alachua 8" gauge x 36" plain galvanized pipe arch ;sed during operated the barrel pumps to be
I Reds Praised New York taxi driver who: County, Florida, hereby calls for and requests contract period
write his admirable "Introduction to Mathe- bids for the following materialsto 12 gauge All prices are f.o.b.. Alachua' County
: Driver brought clothes for the needy i in be purchased by said Board for and 65" x 40" plain galvanized pipe arch Road Department Gainesville, Florida.
matical Philosophy. i on behalf of Alachua County Florida 12 gauge Bids shall be in duplicate and seated Inn
Mr. Russell has traveled widely and made I By Sukarno Appalachia last weekend. "Furnishing concrete for the period be- 72"12 x 44" plain galvanized pipe arch. al envelope. Each envelope shall be clear.y .
ginning October 1. 1944, arj ending gauge l marked "Bid on Gasoline, etc."
I the ; Is in Trouble Bidder shall state In his bid that the Bids shall be delivered
many lecture tours throughout United{ States. Addressing a Labor Day! September 30 1965. unit prices shall by hand or mall
1) 3500 concrete. quoted be firm for the t o the Board of
P.5.1. ready-mixed County
I I JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) celebration, Underwood said: i 2) 2500 P.SI. ready-mixed concrete period stated above. o f Alachua County, Florida.Commissioners at the COUr,.
I ROBBINS, N.C. (APPoliceChief President Sukarno said Monday "We certainly don't need New The designed mix will be subject to Pipe Florida shall State meet Road the specifications of the house In Gainesville. Florida on or be.
the approval of the Alachua County as approved -fore 2:30 P oM. E. S. T.. September 22,
D. B. Crawford charged;night that Indonesian "leftistsare York cab drivers to come into Engineer. and adopted April 1, 195*. 1 964.
AIR CONDITIONING Prices quoted will be for concrete delivered All bids f.o.b. Gainesville, Florida. The Board of County Commissioners
the of
Winfred R. Key, 19, with a long 'I pillars the Indonesian West Virginia. New Yorkers within the metropolitan area of Delivery of the materials to be made s erves the right to reiect any and re-all
list of traffic violations Monday revolution." have their Gainesville and a unit price per mile upon receipt of a written order from bids and to waive informalities.
Cot! us for quick efficient air conditionIng own problems. of haul for the deliveries in the outlyIng the County Engineer.All G. M. Davis Chairman
R E PA I R or heater service. night after a harrowing chase Addressing the annual confer- areas of the county. bids must be in writing In duplicate -I Board of County Commlsslcnen
Trained and experienced Robbins. ence of the Communist peasant Paul Raynard, 26, a part-time ;Bidder shall state in his bid that the ''the and delivered by hand cr mail to Alachua County, Florida
Board of
:unit prices quoted shall be firm for theperiod County Commissioners of (359?) t: I, 1J
Radio dispatched trucks service men organization, Sukarno said taxidriver and actor, collected stated above. Alachua County, Florida at the courthouse .
Reasonable rates S 24 Hour service : Chief Crawford said he was at Indonesia about 3,000 pounds of clothingand All bids f.o.b.. Gainesville Florida. on or, before 2:30 PJH, E.S.T..
cannot September 22 1964.
ignore All ,
bids must be in writing in duplicateand
Service on all makes of equipment a traffic accident when he numerous followers of the Communists I other items from his cus- delivered by hand or maO to the The bid shall be In a sealed envelopeand SEE
BL ALL AMERICAN Board of County Commissioners of clearly marked "Bid on Pipe". I
3768268ENJOY HEATING & AIRCONDITIONING noticed, Key's car pass at high in the country. I tomers and delivered them to I Alachua County. Florida. at the court-i The Board of County Commissioners reserves -
speed. He into his car house in Gainesville. Florida. on or the right to reject any and all "HINEIGHBOR"
got police
CO. Sukarno heaped praise on the I Charleston, W.Va., and Pike- before 2:30 P.M.. E.S.Tw September 22. bids and to waive informalities.

I and gave chase.Crawford Reds and said Indonesia will ille, Ky. 1964. G.Board M. of Davis.County Chairman Commissioners

continue to insist ....... The bid shall be in a sealed' envelope Alachua County Florida(3SOT
that .
said Key's car Commu- .. S" within an envelope and the exterior en-
| 9:8. 15LAST
t FLORIDA LIVING IN A .nist China be admitted velope shall be clearly, marked "Bid on
turned onto a side street, ran to the -, Concrete.The .**

intn a house. knocking down__ two,United Nations. I II I' Board the of right County to reiect Commissioners any and reServes all- ; WITH
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..1' FLORIDA Swimming Pool! I!pillars on the porch, then went I I (Advertisement) .. bids G.M.and to Davis.waive Chairman informalities. I, JIM WATSONAND

down a four-foot embankment You ... ." Board of County CommIssioners --
( and careened off the Helps Overcome I I'.. ..' Alachua County. Florida I
I S .. ... (3593) 9:(, 15
. :! by Rivers Construction Co. platform of a supermarket, FALSE TEETH 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 II 2 DAYS !

I tearing out two of its supports.The ALSO IN OCALA AT 1:00 3:04 16

I 1k} ) A QUALITY POOL Backed by a I car went down a driveway -! Looseness and Worry I I SUBURBIADRIVE t tI j jI 5:11 7:18 9:25 HEAR SPECIAL GUEST

onto Highway 705 and! No longer be annoyed OC feel W-at- NEW -IN THEATRI lb.
FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY I ease because or 1ooe WObbly faLse I M-l** Ct ..""'T" *",," '
I turned down Sunset Drive. Hue teeth.F improved aJka- I ,MR. WILBUR

II I There Crawford finally caught your(plat non-aCId holl1s) POWl1er.them firmu sPrtnkled&0 they on DRIVE4N THEATRE SHOWTIME 7:30 SiTR 1TIflfl1S D \ Jr.

2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 'the when its tee more Comfortable.AVOid emba.rI"5Sment i FARRELLALACHUA
car fell -
gas pedal caused by loose lates. Ge 00 Ha*tirm Kami R.ZO'FR 1591 ,
Priced at $3.000 to $3,500 FASTEETH at i
any drug <
counter. )
See Bath CempUu ute as *.U AGENT
off.Electrical -
6:45 AMON
Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board NIII I I .-..WIt- j -

Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner MOTORS REBUILTFor WILLIAM SUSANNAH I ---.. UII1U AIT1S1S_ ,AUJ1S ''I i III :

Leaf Net All Electrical Needs HOLDEN S YORK 2ND HIT :

CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION Residential Industrial. CommercialS \ V ,, Killerstin [ IJlfta'm "'ION 'JAck :I CROSBVStDM RJ. POWERFULCHANNEL

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t Tuesday, September 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13


In The i. 1744 LORN c.ORSt.E.RI .


and part time. Must be

ANNOUNCEMENTS THEREIS able to work nights and ACROSS 32.Sound IAITII_

1 In Memorlam Sundays. Only neat appear- Textile 34.Lumpof

Capitol ing and dependable persons earth MAICIDIOlLT
2 Card of Thanks screwpine
II need apply. Apply in I1TlAIPLUwIIAl5ILl
3 Lost & Found person 4. Devoured 36. Bid

4 Personalized Services 2:00 to 5:00 p.m Personnel 7. Book of the v 38. Create

WASHINGTON (AP) Indirectly 5 Travel Information Office. J. M. Fields. Bible 40. Peacock .! _

. answering cricitism by 6 Special Notices 1 CASHIER.person. Wonderhouse experienced. Restaurant.Apply in Marmoset butterfly I IDIE.1

candi- 7 Florists 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. 13. Byron 41.Tree-climb ICtAlRIOIMclAl5ITkTi1
Republican presidential
8 Baby Sitters, Child Care poem ing mammal:
WANTED experienced waitress.
date Barry Goldwtter the Defense Places To Go And Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- 14. Make colloq. ._,_,_,_,

Department says it expects Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE rant. 318 NW 13th St. happy 43. Globe LRtIL.IIJRIAIYIS

to close more military WANTED experience waitresses 15. Fuh-hawk 46.Athwart

t installations "as it is found they all 1225 shifts.W. Univ.Larry's Ave. Restaurant 3,7. Openwork 48.Landmark SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

are no longer necessary for our 76 Airplane Sales Rentals EXPERIENCED woman to take fabric S.W. U.S. 2. RespIra- 8. St.John'l18. -

78 Trucks for Sale care of baby & light housekeeping Robin's 50. Lowest high tory noise '
security. 4 days a week. Own trans- home tide
Powerful Vibrate
79 Trucks Wanted portetion. References. 376-8951.

Goldwater said Sunday that in 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 20. Hindu 51. Imitative explosive 10. Utter _

82 Trailer Rentals NEED SCHOOL ejaculation 53. Prohibl4.. Boxing 12.Near
I : four years the Democrats had tionists
83 Motorcycles & Scooters FUNDS? 21. Spoken ring 16. Pierce

f closed more bases than the 84 Automobile Repairs Housewives like yourself are 23. Bower 54. Robot play 5. Palm lily 19. Ardors

Eisenhower administration did 15 Automobiles for Sale WORTHWHILE earning good income bv 26. Tree trunk 55. Emblem of 6. Adam's 22. Nerve

in eight years. 86 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL representing Avon Cosmetics. 28. Lectern morning grandson network

The Defense Department issued Openings now available for 30. Behold DOWN' 7. High 24. Stone

qualified women. Write i 31. From 1. Sun disk mountain 25. Surveyor

t a statement Monday which I AVON, P.O. Box 448. Instrument
18 Schools & Instruction
I said in part: 19 Music. Dancing Gainesville or call I I FR 26. ExclamarrrrrTr -

"We do not believe that the 20 Wanted-Instruction 2-0421. r// tion to fright

American people want the Department WANTED one full lime cr part I7 IZ V I) en
time waitress. Apply in person : : 27. Director
of Defense to _
con- EMPLOYMENT morning or evening 10 Hotel
Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. iT 15 16 29. Notation
tinue to operate installations 11 Female Help Wanted Y/ 33.Whales
which have become obsolete or 12 Male Help Wanted night shift, top wages. Apply iT ;r W 20 35. Meteor

13 Help-Male or Female In person, Jerry's Restaul a.1t. '/ : VA from constellation .
unnecessary."We .
2310 S. W. 13th St.
14 Sales Help Wanted ZI2Z Z5Z4 25
believe that the American 16 Work Wanted Female MATURE woman for Doctor's office 'ttt r t& WQ / /h 1'l""I. Leo
; bookkeeping typing, 37. Raid
people do not intend their 17 Work Wanted Male tionist. Past experience h e i p- 2' 27 21 2? 30 :
be ful. Include full details in let- : : : 39. Goose gen: .
Department of Defense to .
I ter. Reply to box 570-A care of us
He's a sleepy bunny-tnat's why JI m iF J3 31
rather Gainesville Sun.
operated as a WPA but FARMS & LIVESTOCK he takes care of the 'jamas tuckedin = Vh 42. Gladal

to provide all the military 26 Farm Equipment WANTED experienced Legal Secretary the slit. You can make him of jz- ridges
to begin work immediately 37 38 // 'l/
I 27 Feed & Fertilizer remnants-use gay colors. r'l' / 'If 44. Roue
strength necessary for securityin for Senior Partner. Salary corrv- _

28 Livestock & Supplies READING munsurate with experience and He's lust 2 flat his 44 41 4% T 45. Whistled
the most economical man- ability. Fringe benefits Blue pieces plus ::7 W 4f 4S
29 Landscaping Top Soil round head. Pattern 744: pattern 46. Besides
Cross and Blue Shield. For
ner. 30 Pets & Supplies view E. pieces; directions. - -
contact A. Clayton or 4' 47 46 49 47. Harvest
James E. Clayton. Phone 372-9591. )/h
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL
Thirty five cents In coins for goddess
- -
WASHINGTON AP) The WAITRESSES WANTED Manor this pattern add 15 cents for each 37 ; 51 Sl 49. Obsolete
Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 pattern for 1st-class mailing and
Internal Revenue Service W. University Ave. railway .
saysit special handling. Send to LIH'IWheeler -

obtained a record 1,559 tax 56 Business Opportunities WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in per Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft : i- if I SS: 52. Plutonium
son to Aunt Jemima's Kitchen. Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old /
V case convictions in the fiscal 57 Money to Loan 1614 NW 13th St. No phone calls Chelsea Station New York II. '-6 symbol
58 Mortgages please. N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUM- Par time 21 min. At' Newafetvves3d

year which ended last June 30. 59 Money WantedMEItCHANDISE WANTED expe-ici-ceo bookkeeper BER. NAME ADDRESS and ZONE.

In a statement issued Monday and: general; office work. Inquire
200 designs
1965 -
31 North Main St. call FR 2- FOR 32 Mobile Homes For Sole
it said those convictedwere more fashions to knit, crochet Man 32 Mobile Homes For Sole
everl Plus :3 FREE patterns, em-
given prison sentepces 61 Wanted to Buy EARNINGS of S55-S75 weekly possible broidery, dolls' clothes. Send 25 els. NORTHWEST
IN- mail lists for advertisers Needlecraft Catalog. Siamese kittens ready for light
preparing for new Drivea TRAILER SALES
: totaling 354 years and fined 62 Machinery & Tools in your home. Choose mouse keeping. $15. Call 376-1912.
2702 Waldo Road N.E
more than $3 million. The pre- 63 Building Materials own hours. For information write: VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT BEAGLE female. 3 yrs. old spayed At Palm _Lane 374-0205
Department Council. 7. Box 1763 PATTERNS In deluxe' new Quilt
; "' 4 Household Goods all shots, excellent child's
vious fiscal year there were 1- SSS Springfield, Missouri. Book. For beginners. experts. Send pet. Phone 372-9896. Little
65 Antiques 50 cts. nowl WYATTTrailer
o 293 convictions. 66 Misc. For Sale 12 Male Help Wanted MINIATURE Dachshund ACK qual- -
ity pups with family type disposition -
67 Trading Post 12 Mol Help Wanted partially housebrok e n. Save a LotLowest
WASHINGTON (AP) Scien- 68 Articles Wanted WHY $50. Phone FR 6-8943. SalesHome

tific information has been received 69 Fuel Oil & Woods Are You Reading MECHANIC WANTED. 5V days BEAGLE puppies. AKC. perfectly overhead in the Industry. of
70 Marine conditions. marked. from good hunting line.
Boats Equip. good working Barkley DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like Pacemaker Mobile Homes
from 14 of the 20 experi- 71 Camp ..Hunt Fish This Advertisement? Motors. 2201 N. Main St._ Excellent pets. Phone FR 6-2188 to work and you benefit. LOOKto Shasta and Airstream
4133 NW 12th St. .
the future make a sound r-
ments carried by the new orbiting 72 Office Equipment THE Could it be tecause you are not WANTED TV antenna installer hours& CHOCOLATE brown male poodlesfor vestment. See our top brand cos Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Home
satisfied with your present em- helper top pay. regular torn made 12 WIDES at 1CYYIDES
f U.S. space observatory 73 Musical Merchandise many fringe benefits, must be sale. 5 weeks old and are Dealer Since 1948
ployment? prices. 8 yr. financing
called willing to work & want to do registered. Call after 5:00 P. M. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd.
or available. Lake Geneva Trailer Phone 629-1358
FR 6-3854.
Because you are not employed at better. None other apply. Couch's. Sales on Rt. 100. 1 mile S. E. Ocala Fla.SPECIAL.
data, received at midaft this time? 608 N. Main St.__ Mobil Homes For Sole of Keystone Heights. Open eve-
ernoon Monday shortly after 32 Mobile Homes for Sale CABINET MAKERS Custom CabInet nings and Sunday.
of the for 104 208' Lot for mobile home,
33 Lots for Sale Regardless reason your & Mill Work Inc. has Immediate x
OGO passed its low orbital pointof Interest if you can meet the following openings for cut-out men CONNOLLY si sou. 1 Mile S. off Paynes
34 Waterfront Property reasonable qualifications we assemblers. formica men & truck BUTTS Prairie. For appointment call
176 miles. is being analyzedby ;33 Houses for Sale will match our time against yoursin driver. Call to arrange for Interview Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 FR 6-3052.
discussing the splendid oppor- 372-3509 daytime or 372-0070 bedroom mobile homes. Many -
National Aeronautics and 36 Cottages for Sale For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn
tunity we may have for you. after 6 P.M.WANTED .______ floor plans. 7 year financing. trailer & enclosed cabana. Ex
Space Administration scientists. 37 Real Estate Exchanged Here are the basic qualifications: Mobile Drive out today. 3 miles Southof cellent condition. FR 2-98S, .-.
of 20 two auto me- Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
1. Are you between the ages
38 Real Estate Wanted A.M. and 6-12 P.M.
was last Friday SUN and 45? chanics. plenty of work. paid 37A.QS71
39 Out ef Town Property 2. Are you willing to travel S days FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom
night from and other company -
Cape Kennedy. 40 Business Properties ecweek! bc| be home on weekends vacation HomesINC. USED TRAILER Large living house trailer and nice shady lot,
Fla. One of its main aims is to ? benefits. Apply in per- room rear kitchen, two bedrooms N. W. location. $3950. Phone 372-
41 Residential Income upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa
S. Do you have at least a high son to Jim Herwitt. Service 3039.
try to learn how the sun affects 42 Farms & Acreage school education? MotorCo. travel trailer. 374-8361. -
Manager Ridgwoy 1962 Skyline house trailer 2 BR
4. Do a gMd automobile?
the earth and the atmosphere. 43-1 Colored Property Sales 5 Are you own bondab.e? NEW 1954 SCHULT 8 x yr, 2 BR, 1 with air cord., washing machine. 3670
,. 10 & 12' WIDES
Oh >ts Do you want to make also bunk. $1500. Good condition. SW Archer Rd., Lot 27. Phone

money and build a career? The Phone 6-1887. 376-1704.
EXPERIENCED man to help man- CAMPERSWe
RENTALS starting wage is $105 per week plustones.
age grocery store. Must be bond- need 25 trade-ins this month! Lowest prices easiest terms largest .
TOIlgllerRIlles 43 Colored Property Rentals between able. Capable of stocking. order Call us for the best deals. display in central Florida.We FREE ESTIMATES on
Leis d.uuss your problem ing & helping in store. Hubbard trade for anything. Free delivery -
44 Cottages for Rent the hours -,f 9.00 A M. and 3:00 FURNACES and Quality I
Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th 376-8361 to 100 miles.FRAILER .
45 Furnished Apts. P '\, Thurs.. Sept. 10, 1964. up
46 Unfurnished Apts. WANT Florida State Employment Service Ave. & Millhopper Rd._ NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street MART Central AirConditioners

OnPesticides 413 S. W. 'nd Ave. WANTED man 21 or over for serve parking all around our corner. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6
47 Houses for Rent Furn. Gainesville, Fla. ice station work. Experience deSired Open t A.M. to 9 P.M. each East Palatka Phone 328-1050

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. With Mr. V. C. Smith but not necessary. Perm week day. _____ I
Company RepresentativeGAS anent. Apply Mr. Young. Dan-
49 Rooms for Rent iels'' Service Station, 736 N. ADVERTISE IN THE FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

50 Mobile Homes STATION attendant and stock Main St._____ SERVICE DIRECTORY by .iane:

51 Misc. Rentals boy wanted. Must be IS yrs. of m.
age. Apply 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. J3-Hel Male or Female Best In equipment using Internally
51A Wanted To Rent Personnel Office, J. M. Fields. SERVICE CALLS $5 For top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts, designed

jSVw Unrk (F hnrs 52 Boarders Wanted MEDICINE STENO II Heating Air Conditioning engineered and installed
ANTENNA Installation man. Must 372-6142
BY JOHN W. FINNEY 53 Office Desk Space be experienced and reliable. Apply OPENING. above average skillIn & Refrigeration Service byALL

54 Business Rentals in person. Tech T.V. 122 N.W. transcribing medical records Contractor GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
WASHINGTON Interior make model window & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
secretary ADS 16th Ave.CARRIER. rapidly from dictaphone. High Any or UPHOLSTERY
Stewart L. Udall has school graduation & verifiable units and household appil- 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
SERVICE BOYS between 12 & 15 experience required. Must re ances. Also we clean heaters. Free Estimates-nek up and
1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
issued strict regulations limit- yrs. old needed for paper routein locate. Submit resume. Hospital Phone FR 2-5002 delivery.
24 Hour Service
22 Special Services the N.E. and N.W. Sections. & Welfare Board. Tampa
ing the use of pesticides on 23 Home Improvements Wonderful experience for your Fla. _
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more than 550 million acres of 24 Radio TV Service son, daily contact with the pub- SANDWICH makers & counter girls.
lic prepares him for a leading role experienced, all shifts. Alan't
public land administered by 25 Appliance t FurnitureWANTAD in his future. For more information MR. SANDWICH SHOP across
call Gainesville Sun Circula-
Announcements from Univ. Post Office.
the Department of Interior. tion Dept. 372-8441.
WANTED male or female, we have .
The effect of the regulationsis RATES 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- an Immediate opening for a motor -
tail clothing and furnishings. Experience route salesman carrier In
to place a virtual ban on the
BUSINESS CONSULTANT available necessary; in retail sell- the Brooker Santa Fe area. Good
use of persistent or long-lived PH. 3728441for on part-time basis. Experienced ing. Salary commensurate with earnings. If you have transpor-
owner-manager and for ability and experience. SVt day tstnn & desire to run your own
pesticides, such as DDT, Chlordane merly with large consulting firm. week. Insurance benefits. Write buMi.ess: with very little investment

dieldrin and endrin. Reasonable fees. For further information resume to box 461-A to arrangefor please call Mr. Caputo.
Classified OnlyDEADLINES write in strict confidence interview. Circulation Dept. 372-8441 ext. 19

These pesticides, which tend to Box 576-A. c/o Gainesville personal 5 to 7:30 P.M. a

Sun.HORSE ROUTE salesman for soft drink
to persist in the soil and thus and pony riding. also pas- company. Must be bond able, age 14-Sales Help Wanted

can become concentrated in fish Tues. thru Fri. papers ture. Newberry Rd. 4 o'clock 25-38. Phone FR 28511 'fo 5
5:30 p.m. Day before publication Church. Call 376-3785. weekdays. CAREER minded salesman only.
and wildlife have become the MECHANICMust Guaranteed income of $100 after
short training period with o
subject of public and govern- For ads to go in Sun. paper- Beauty on a BudgetAll have commissions.own small tools.All company Salary -- portunity to earn more. Excel-p- SPOTLIGHT

since the 12:00 a.m. Sat. work guaranteedPerm. plus lent lob for man who wants to
metal ever to
concern SS up Sham-set $1.50 up benefits. Send resume work hard without constant super-
health service blamedone For ads to go In Mon. paper- 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 S74-A c-o Gainesville Sun.
public vision. Send resume including reason -
1 Sat.Minimum. Open nights by appt. ,
for leaving last Icb to Box (
of them, endrin for wide- ( ad 4 lines) LEARN TO DRIVE Special at- from 19 to 23 yrs. of age. high 575-A c-o Gainesville Sun._

tention to nervous or elderly. school graduate with average orbetter
the lower
fish kills in
spread SALESMAN for television and stereo. Start wonderful with cocktail in the
Easy Way Driving School. FR grades for full time perm- J a evening a
River. FAMILY RATES 7-700 lie. bv State of Fla anent position as salesman in ourMens Must be experienced cour-
Mississippi teous and neat to sell high University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to
1 Insertion .. ... 34c line department. Apply personnel .
The new policy directs that 3 Insertions ..... ..... 22c line 6 SPECIAL NOTICESLOSE office Wilson's Department quality line. Apply in person
Tech TV 122 N.W. 16th Ave. :1 P.M. Then hove
9 steaks in
1-1 one of the best town
first priority in pest or weed Insertions ... .. ..... 17c line '0'

be to non-chemi- 12 Insertions ... ....He line WEIGHT safely with new Store.WANTED 4 MENto 18 Schools & InstitutionsLEARN Oi in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient
control given Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. work with large Eastern electrical ;

cal methods. If chemicals arc Total charge computed by 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug concern in the Gainesvillearea. PUBLIC SPEAKING ; .5. -: smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal return to
multiplying total lines x rate Company.
High commissions we fur. DEVELOP confidence overcome -
deemed necessary, the regula- earned x number of Insertions. NOTICE is hereby given that we nish leads. Age 23-40, nejt in appearance fear-apply practical tech- .. the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the music of

that will 5 Five letter words per line will not be responsible for any. car necessary. No experience nique. Develop personality. Deserve -
safety .
tions specify more cluttered book shelves. needed we tmn you. recognition. Be art influ- .. -- Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra -

be the main consideration. Friends of the Library will accept Call Mr. Haney Mon., Wed.. and ence. -- (
8 Point used books of all kinds for Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between 9 BS degree 25 years experience. 'til 2 A.M.

"Prior to the use of pesticides, Same as 2 lines ordinary type their upcoming annual Book Sale. and 10 A.M Scott L Fetzer Corp. Classes start Sept. 24. 7 9 p.m.
Dispose of used books now for a For Information call 376-7724 after
Udall said "there must a Man over age 25. married who
good cause. Call FR 2-1061 or ahead in retail 5 p.m.SHORTHAND. Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
12 to
wants get
determination of anticipated pointSame bring to the Gainesville PublicLibrary. at
selling. Salary of S65 weekly BUSINESS LAW
results and possible harmful as 3 lines ordinary type start, with raise in 60: days if CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING
make the grade. Applyin i
effects." Only chemicals reg- 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care you own can handwriting giving exper Secretarial Courses Classes now DINING DINING DINING-DANCING *
18 PointSame forming. Howell's"' Business Col
ience. Box 572-A c-o COCKTAILS
istered for use on a particular I would like to care for your children lege. 218 W. Univ.Phone FR .-3507 GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original _ _ _
as 4 lines ordinary type in my home. Northeast sec.
pest may be employed and instructions tion. FR 6-5123. STEAK ROOM ITALIAN SANDWICH UNIVERSITY INN
MAN wanted for local wholesale HIGH SCHOOL Dial 372-65(2 for fast fret de-
for use must be KINDERGARTENPINEWOOD milk route. Must be married at home, free booklet A m t r kan Featuring u.S. Prime and Choice Charcoal Steak Room Smorgas-
24 Points School p. d. Box 16661. Jackson- steaks prepared to your taste livery. board Cocktail Hour I to 7. 2
experience age & favorite
"carefully followed.1tBee SCHOOL. Qua I ified bondable. previous ville. Fla 32216. on our open hearth. Holiday Inn Also pizza your drinks for the price of 1. Dancing
teacher complete prog ram. 21-35 and high school graduate 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-8266. beer. 81* W. Univ. Ave. or our 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin'sCombo
as 5 lines ordinary type Open 7:30 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. preferred. Ap ly 204 S. W. 5th MEN & women la to 33 To train for new store at 1608 NW 1st Ave. & Richard Parkers orchn-
1704 NE 9th St. FR 2-3343 THE ORLEANS _ tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-2442.
station man Examinations. For information
Sting WANTED service (Formerly Fred's Locker Room)
will Must be able send name address & Phone No. CAFETERIAS
COMPETENT mother care white or colored. Businessmen's Lunch .15 *
36 PI. for children. reasonable in her to qualify. Apply in person. Cros- Key Training Service. 112 W. Served 11:30 AM 2:00 P.M. _ _ BOWLING *
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone bYs Guif Station. 931 W. Univ. Adams St.. Jacksonville._ Dinner Served 6-12 P.M. _ _
to Cocktails Served
Real I Estate Exam Oancing Complete dinner noon and night BOWLING at its finest at
Same as 7 lines ordinary type KORT CHILD CARE LICENSED Real Estate salesman. 4562 NW 13th St. 97 cents. Wide variety of meats PALM LANES
Day wk.. or mo. Old NewberryRd. $100 a week drawing COURSE _ _ _ salads and desserts to choose Open every night" for your enjoyment -
ALBANY N.Y. (AP-A) bee Large volume builder developing ATTEND First lesson free. 7 week. Come
Planned programs. Pick up from. Open days a
from f A.M. to 2 A.M.
Vincent The Gainesville Sun will not be at Littlewood and Terwilliger 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. .iQWELL'S BUSINESS COLLfcuE ITALY: IN GAINESVILLE? see us Palmer & Sue Long.
sting on the wrist killed responsible for more than one schools. Call FR 2-6667. Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville COLLEGE.- 218 W. Univ. Ave Dine by candlelight in the delightful Remember! We have complete Free nursery service.

D. Foley, 48, of Albany Monday incorrect i"sertion.Or will It Sun. 6-3507 372-3777._ atmosphere of Italy! dinner noon and night for only 2606 Waldo>> Rd. 376-4654

be liable for any error in advertisement TINY TOT I MANARO-S RESTAURANT 97 cents.
night. 28 Livestock & Supplies specializes
to a greater extent UNIVERSITY STADIUM in Lasagna. Pizza

Coroner Elmer Parker said than the cost of the space occupied PLAY SCHOOLVisit CONCESSIONSNEED and other delicious Italian Food. BILLIARD'S ADVERTISE IN THE
FOR SALE 7 year old Mare arcs 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 PJVL
item In
by the the ad-
Foley a deputy chief weights us and see for yourself MEN AND TEENageboys colt with saddle and bridle. 4 372-4690 Closed Mondays.
vertisement. No adiustment will
24 SE 8th St. FR t-TMa.
to sell drinks, hot dogs year oid black Shetland pony with
master at the Port of Albany! be made on errors that do not RELIABLE sitter wishes to care peanuts and popcorn duringall bridle. Call FR 2-9773._ NOW OPEN Alan's New CUE STICK BILLIARDS DINE & DANCEDIRECTORY
materially effect the value Of MR. SANDWICH SHOP Fun for not only young men
and for Infants or children. Reason- football games, also men TENNESSEE
was allergic to bee stings walking horse. Best
the advertisement.The Across BUT young women too.
from Univ. Post Office
able. References. Call FR 6-3897. and teen-age boys to sell seat offer. See at Steve's Grocery
Featuring our own roast beef sand- Bring your dates
died of anaphylactic shock. .
cushions. sunvisors and sou Fairbanks. Phone FR 2-3683.
t I ,. infants S children In
ca wich
Gainesville Sun reserves in natural gravy. "cents. Open 10 AM. til 12 P.M.,
He was stung as be and his the privilege of revising or re- my St*,.home. NE section. Call 372- venirs.for There reliable are administrative a few vacancies WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a ._"The! .best roast beef in town. to5 N. Main Street

wife were closing their summer lecling any advertisement whichit counter sales personneL Report dairyman to snow us a better

in the nearby Helderberg deems objectionable and to 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED i to CONCESSION OFFICE inside dairy feed 16 pet.than All CPA Pulleted CooperativeMills Orel.Crunch. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
camp change tne classification of
any Stadium 3:30 to 5:00 P.M.. ( Over 150 PDN
I Ibs. of
Mountains. dead on: advertisement from that orderedto in Monday thru call
Foley was WOMEN interested learning to Friday or per ton. FMX Gainesville or Aia-
conform to the policy of the make drapes and chair covers. FR 6-1127 for appointment. I chua. Phone FR 2-105 or 461- CALL 372-8441.
arrival at an Albany hospital. Dllcer 220 S.E. 21st Street. 2105.












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14 Gainesville Sun Tuesday September 8, 1954 j


Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best Bargains

1 10 .;, $ CLASSIFIED! ADS

4LINES 3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now_Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

at 5100 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:

4\ DAYS bring quicker action. %

DIAL 372-8441 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.I .

,I, 34 Waterfront PropertyOVER 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole j 2 EXECUTIVE I

lake NEWLarge BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 HIGHLANDS BY OWNER large 4 BR2b37h CCh3BR. 2 bath. 1275 sq. F '
30 acres of tront, many BR. 2 bath. less than 1 yr. old. home cent. heat & air condo living HOMES
1005 NE 6th St. 3 BR. 2 bath space. hardwood floors.
bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished story home in new restricted FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot separate I
inside must be Seen to be appreciated built In &
living rm. & oven range paved
TIME IS NOW houses with dock and deep residential area. Has 4 bedrooms no immediate neighbors. Phone. dining rm. Financing available. street. FHA 4-BEDROOM-2-BATH
THE beautiful financing
oak $450 down.
floors 1
: well Many extras. On terrace paved .
pump. 2 baths upstairs; living 376-0734 Immediate possession. 929 NE $83.40 incl. taxes & insurance Enclosed Swimming Pool
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis kitchen streets & sidewalks. In established 1
L dining family room neighborhood of bankers & 10th PI. Call 2-8401 days or 6-2748 Owner will pay closing cost. 1645 I Family Room
study & powder room down- STOP evenings. K.W. 34th Place.ADVERTISE. t Built-in Kitchen
stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. Immediate occupancy. 3 BR, 2 Univ. professors. Jl8.000. Phone I Laundry RoomWalltoWall 1
H. CRAWFORD Pnone FR 2-8965. W. P. Ridge- bath central heat lovely yard. Harold Stringer 29659. BEAUTIFULLY KEPT IN THE CarpetS I
Reg Broker, specallzlng In way. $600 total equity. assume balanceat 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand SERVICE DIRECTORY S Room ,
Dressing ,
Do You Have A Room LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE only $85 month. A lot less screened porch. Laige corner .
Air Cond.
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. than rent. 4215 NW 21st Ter. Eve- lot. Immediate occupancy. Central
.f GR 52981.Cedar. PARRISHPRESENTS nings 372.5651. $11,500 FHA terms. See Dick OFFERED BY BUILDER I Both Homes located in beauti- !
\ : Or House to Rent? Shoresfine Robinson. ful high. dry wooded area with
Key MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor 3 Bedroom V/t bath home. I paved streets. city water and
r t : homesites from $2250 DUPLEXATTRACTIVE EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area 11 W. Univ. Ave. S76-135; Show house at 3321 NW 28th

non-waterfront from $1510 and well built 2 bedroom CCB plus Construction attached garage.3 large Superior bedrooms I Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2 I sewer.FRED MASON I

REMEMBER-A rental COSTS masonory duplex with kitch- 2 baths. Big Livingroon WANTED bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd BUILDERFR
vacancy Marina FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home in
LocationsINVEST ens equipped -one apartment extra with fireplace. entrance fjye', Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone 2-3182
N. E. location. Living room. 24340 FR
large with air conditioner. coverp'tio Nice yard. $16.- Someone
to take
; : YOU MORE than the.ud.that will rentit : facilities needed here dining and screened porch., Priced at 18400. 000 with choice of financing. Cal. unusual offer. advantage For $1,000 of down this FR 6-3848. I
6-0817. you can move into this Brand
Motel Locations HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom
New 3 BR 2 bath luxury homeon
!' FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home with 2 sleeping porches located CUSTOM BU'LT and designed by Vi acre lot in NW. Has cen-
I I INVEST: accommodationsneeded home in NE. Central heat and at 214 N. E. 5th Avenue. local architect with ultra modern tral heat and air conditioning. I II
air conditioning. Unfurnished.FOR ONLY $16,000 with $1,200 DOWN! Florida Living in mind Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful
Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area Elec. kitchen. For details call Ii I
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU SALE F.H.A. Financing LOVELY 3 bedroom. 1 bath plus 3 car carport. Central heat
: your DAVID ANDREWS- homes. Outside of city limits. split level masonry home located & airconditioning. Dream kitchen University Reatly
3 bedroom new concrete block in the N. W. section lust with unusual eating area. 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351 II i
; EVERY DAY until it is rented REAL ESTATECEDAR Only 3 left for qualified buyers. inside the city limits. ONLY $15- Striking entrance. foyer & patio W. M. Munroe. Realtor
: : KEY 3841 3831 Priced under JiO.OOO. 250 with S700 DOWN. Large lot in Libby Heights.
or [Colonial Charm
Must be seen to be appreciated. i J
"p TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom. 2 BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE $33.000.CaII_ 6-0817. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In I
: IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 35 Houses for Sale bath home. Large living room. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry home SHADOWLAWN
separate dining room. fami I y spacious kitchen and I large Claude. M. "Red" Franks Realtor
FOR SALE LIKE RENT room with lovely fireplace. screen porch. ONLY $17,500 with
t $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Built in Kitchen. Located In $700 DOWN. 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 D. OLIVER ,. --c-- _
2 BR, block. kitchen furn. $80 per Back Acres. Member Multiple LIsting' OFFERING ... .
mo, 620 NE 34th PI. I Let us show you this charming Individual Styles For You -
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day I J. J. FINLOr AREA We have contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath
r t 3 BR, block breezeway. utility rm. two nice 3 bedroom homes priced home with central heat and air S Well planned living areas Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day carport kitchen furn. large wood to sell-walking distance to conditioning large step down Quality material & workmanship -
't ed lot. $90 mo. J. J. Fin cy and convenient to Florida room and screened in New Homes j
I University of Florida. patio. I 9 A community you would be
\ : $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day ', proud to live in
John Merrill
Call Tatem owner. 376-3485 NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA in I Drive West on N.W. 39th

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day large -wtw-ed Lovely lot.brick Three hcme bedrooms on- Realtor tersection.Ave. past the See Glen Spring in PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.
sign on left.
JWK 2 both, large living rm WESTVILLA FR 2.0866- I II

1 E $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day with room. tirepic-ce F'onda room separate plus dining a detached MULTIPLE LISTING 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive

3728404ONLY s'udt.ELEGANT PHONE FR 2.1494
i $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ASSOCIATESMARCELLA New Brick I
$10,75000 will buy a nice AND IMPRESSIVE PARDIW. NW 16th Ave., Homesby I A limited number of brick front fully

t t. $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day three located bedroom in the home.Northeast.Conveniently this with Lovely wall 3 bedroom to wall carpet 2 bath and home*n.'I H. BUCKHANNAN air conditioned colonials>> are now under construction -

house can be handled for $350.00, old brick fireplace in Living at 37th St. I Builder Prices start at 16350. VA. I
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day plus prepaid Insurance.. and room. Nice Florida room. builtin I
approximately $67 00 per month kitchen. central heat and air SUBURBAN 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen FHA Conventional financing. For information
with new FHA financing. conditioning. screen porch witha equipment cen heat VA no I
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day EASY to buy three bedroom, two lovely fenced in back yard HEIGHTSGainesville's down payment. FHA from $700 I 376-7971.
bath house In University neighborhood and shuffleboard court.
with pool WALTER STUBBSInc. down-no closing costs.
$95 mo. . $3.16 per day Owner will cooperatewith Newest
per I IN.W.
qualified buyer in arrang- Lovely acre wooded lots In excel- Prestige Address Capital Builders Inc.
ing a down payment of $1X100. lent NW location. Restricted. Built for Those Who Desire f HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Central heat Florida room. Paved streets 53.950 and up. Only the Best.N. 37th Place & 6th Street ,
oak flors space for two W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL OPEN HOUSE DAILY I
j cars. and built in kitchen Phone 376-5394 Builder-Developer
Built by Four of Gainesville's Call 372-0361 or 377781. I
will delight you at $17-
M. M.PARRISH Leading Builders ,
' ( CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 500. FRED MASONA. ------ I
OVER AN ACRE in Kirkwood Gra- .
W. FLETCHER "We trade
cious masonry home. central
heat two baths. three bedrooms. MACOMA HOMES I houses"I

I' SUN RENTAL WANT ADS PLUS bath for another guests bedroom a relative and or W. P. RIDGWAY ___ IMcCOY1S More People Have Bought
for a study. Large screened & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. ----- ---- ----
porch. fireplace. too. By Wayne Hill Helen Graham
appointment only. Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish
MOST attractive home for less 19 NE First Street Tel. 372 5375_ Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn
l .. than $17,00000 Three bedrooms. ,
two baths. NW. and features

32 Mobile Homes For Sale 33 LOTS FOR SALES Florida patio. room Occupancy fireplace after walled 60 STEVEN FOSTER MACOMA HOMES, INC. Northcentral Florida Since

FEDERAL QUALITY 7 x 125 CHOICE business property days. By appointment only. HEIGHTSLocated
HOMES INC. on US Hwy. 1. 3 ml. South of LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. '
St. Augustine in motel area. wood S-D at reasonable prices.All 1945 Because
4820 NW 13th St. GainesvilleFR at N.W. 37th Place & adjoining city limits. They Recognize
Improvements paid. Little-
$3300 by owner. FR 6-6250.
25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. __ wood-Westwood section. 6th St. New brick homes under
LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 construction. Pick your own The Charming The Livable
LABOR trailers. Large awnings :3 large J. W.KIRKPATRICK. colors etc. VA & FHA TIKI TRUE VALUE
58 2 BR KVn 36' $1595 patios. 3 septic tanks lots of -
57 2 BR Skyline. 42 $1795*. shade good rental income. Just 3 bedrooms. 2 baths 3 bedroom. 2 bath. large ,
57 1 BR Campanion. 31 $1195 outside city limits. For sale. FR screened beautifulroom
50 1 BR Spartan. 30'. $1095 Realtor Capital Builders. Inc. study family room. living porch.
54 1 BR Spartan. 43'. $2195 6-8883. 31 N. Mar St. Phone FR 2-8404 N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street dining room oak family room, oak parquet 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
48 1 BR Spartan. 25' $595 100 FT. x 150 ft beautiful corner ASSOCIATESFloye Call 372-031 or 376-778S parquet floor. drapes infloors, drapes included.
Irene Bunnell
Lakes. 45 x 10 $Z- lot In residential Mathiasen
59 1 BR Great Araquay Park.
395. St. Augustine. $1200 Capt. A. W. Reece. USN Ret. eluded $30,000 10% $28,500Q% Down.
Nimrod camper. $395 Phone FR 6-6250. owner. Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin Down. Our 1964 Parade Home IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO
Trailer parts for sale. 3 miles S. || | 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
US 301.
of Starfce on
4 nice building lots in Grove Park.
MURRAY TRAILER SALESPh. All for $2250. Call Hawthorne 481- "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
964-0571 2252. rooMPiiEiilTHESE | us give you an estimate on contracting your new

i 33 LOTS FOR SALE custom home. MONEY DOWN _
34 Waterfront
PropertyOcean Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 ('
HIGH. rolling 1 acre lots. Restricted V A Village f fteen
front home. St. Augustine HOME VALUES 1 Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 ,
Beach near pier. 2 BR. masonry OffkeIa'dO' N. Main ..etond 23rd Blvd.
Call For yCe376'1236. repainted Inside and out. I BEFORE YOU BUY I LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS
Edwards Inc.
SW City water and electricity plus T. by Hugh ,
$550000 TV Acres. I
Ranchettes artisan well. furnished. !
Completely -
& restricted The following are now under
of Town. beautiful .
$13,000 sacrifice In-
home sites. construction and will be ready
cludes valuable adjacent I lot
S S L11Et for occupancy soon! == Of// c/?
Mary Moeller $2000 cash. Balance on terms to = =
t suit buyer. Phone 372-0733. 4 ii. Priced from $13,900-$17,250 ,

1019 W. University FR 6-4471
3310 1 N.W. 30th PI. I Sodded Lawns b
ACRE lots for sole. s 3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $87 5 _
Phone 372-4416 KINGSBERRYHOMES The following is ready for per month. S Swim Club n In

: .. 88 occuoancy. 5 I Ir Air
--.J Cond. Optional I
V ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILERFOR 4120 & 4121 e _ _
SALE. Vi acre Vt mile from Colonials NoW.u.s'.on
University Incl. well. pump septic 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. II -

study patio shop.& 41 storage x 8 1954& Take your choice of over $165 4 BR per 2mo.baths $1,990 dn.. 3 per BR.month.2 bath $500 dn., $81 00 Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street'HOUSE
2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfect 90 beautiful brick
for married students. Call FR 6- Kingsberry Homes = 4119 Cr 4127mmnllllIIIIIIIII1l1l11l11l1mlIInmnmnrnm
2310 or F 6-2369..
N.W. 19th Dr. 1
LOTS for sale In Beautiful Idylwild 3 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $74 37 -, ;
between Gainesville and the new $9,000 to $30,000as 37 per month. I II
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UNUSUAL HOME IN $56.00Several or Property FR 6-5301 or FR &-7989milllllllllllllnmmeIIIIIIIIUIIIIQL'DIIln BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The
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Uoyd Myrick. Bldr. for immediate occupancy. Terrazzo floors
shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
Offering more quality newest and most at ,

for less moneyW THE JAMES CO. luxurious apartment building .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

36th Ter. off N.W. 39th ii LAKESHORE city services. .
901 Waldo Rd.
Court Manor
Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 or Highland '

by appt. 371-5689 or 2-0584. Evenings Phone 372-2527 372-6441 .. r"i*f%1 TOWERS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE

I MODELS AT $14,500.
Builders of NOW :LEASING All Highland Court Manor homes are

Kingsberry Homes built to VA and FHA standards. provid- I THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

I ing you the opportunity for long-term. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
KINGSBERRYHOMES I low-rate financing. Payments start at only -
taxes. Why not see our many models
Th. Regency 3 BR, BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE today? There's one within your reach! MODELS $13,000.

2bath.DR. LR.entrance family foyer.roomS $ Jamaica-style pace setter I FHA and VA. Walk to elementary
double carport central Forty living foot roomS Florida room V 14 New Models and junior high

heat. GE kitchen full ; Luxurious master suite with From $400 down
lot. 1736 I closets-dressing : .
N.W.brick 39th on a large Ave. $19.000. i roo"u built-in vanity wall $13,400 to $18,200 0 Better living and

and shoe closet From $79 month resale value. .
,; \0% down, $122.00 per \ Fabulous kitchen breakfast. .
month.t utility room and workshoparea
Nothing Down VA Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
0 Twenty.six foot closet wall LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
Guest suite with sunken tubS left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
t The Powell 3 ER, Il* I Paneled library with fireplace S Swimming Pool Recreation Room ($100 Closing Costs)
t. Acres of Picnic Grounds Central HeatS
bath oak floors, carport,
central heat full brick en 0 Two I 'tfnaosra 1 Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You So Desirer
r I acre select Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute .
wooded lot. 1514
a nice
neighborhood 'Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks V From $79.34 Per Mo. -
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Houses for Salt I.I 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sole 38 Real Estate Wanted I 54 Business Rentals 66 Misc. For Salt 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 85 Automobiles for SateSf6.4 85 Automobiles for SakWCORVAIR700.

I (300 down. ISOlper mo., incl. TWO bedroom CCB home. large BLACK ACRES WANTED 56 acre fermfenced, LARGE Shop building.' long term IftADE your costlY to operate excellent CORVAIR Spider convertible 2 do-w coupe..
lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th EIEC1RIC water heater, and 1962 ZUNDAPP. 250 cc.
electricity. High and dry.
taxes and Insurance. Available size lot, N. W. Section. For sale 466- Daytona blue radio heater 4 Sacrifice. $1025. 374-2511.
Call _
Send details P. O. Box Ave. FR 4-5568. $48 for a new glasslined GAS condition elec. starter.
BY OWNER. :3 to 274.
CCB. or rent. Reasonable terms. Phone PRICED TO SELL
m bath. transmission
Sept. 1$ 3 BR. water heater. Much more hot 3237 Micanoov speed wire wheel 1161 FORD Galaxle 500 4 on the
1408 NE 14th Ter. FR 2-3855. FR 28238 between 7 A.M. & 6 bedrooms. 2 baths. hardwood _Gainesville, Fla SMALL business or office space located water at about halt the cost with covers. bucket seats 4.000 miles. floor 390 engine. Priced for

*.- P.M. floors. central heat. air-cond.. in 1600 block West University OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Take over payments. Phone 374- quick sale. See at 713 N. Main
NICE units. electric range and drapes.Lot 39 Out of Town Property Ave. For more Information 4339 3729776.9i .
I. BY OWNER. Property appraisedat 110' x 120- with shade trees. phone FR 4-3012. ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. -_ or St._.

Three bedroom. 1 bath home with 26000. owner will sacrificefor 3125 W. Univ. Av.. FR 4-6427. 77 FEET frontage by 165 feet deep DOWlING'S UPHOLSTERY AIR CONDI HONING. June up CHEVROLET V.... auto. S5 FORD. automatic. 45,000 mileS.
oak floors throughout. good condition 22500. Large lots 2100 sq. ai 4304 Nebraska Ave.. Tampa. FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE Chairs low as $8. No money Special $2.50 tor performance Trans., mechanically excellent. Radio & Heater. Call FR 4-1478
close to Uttlewood school. ft.. all arge rooms; 3 bedrooms.: BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed- va': e. $25,000; owner will trade .I space. call John Merrill. Realtor. down low as $5 per month. test. All makes and models Best offer. Phone 3729896. weekends or after 5 pjn.__
$400 down. $89 monthly Including 2 baths. uving room wish panelIng rooms. 2 baths large. for valued 377-1494. of Chrysler built cars. Hawes-
equally property in Free estimates pickup and delivery best
taxes & Insurance. pnone FR & fireplace family room. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. Gainesville area. Contact T. E. & service. All work guaran- Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning '55 CHEVROLET: $99. Rough but 'Chevrolet pickup.27th*:&St.ton.All Day

'I 2-8945. W. P. Ridgeway. separate dining room complete FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew Leona Bronson, P. O. Box "' 2- I 56 Business OpportunitiesMONEY teed. Phone 37"7786. Servicing Center. 204 N. dependable. R & H. Call 376- offer. 142.and S.after E. 5 p.m.

CCB with carpet. Furnished ly equipped ultra-rrtcn kitchen modeL One of Gainesville, Fla. or phone 372- Main St.. Phone FR 22561. 5552 after S weekdays anytimeSat. Sunday
r. 3 BR. 4005 bookcases & many other Palm Springs 5958. MAKER Neighborhood WE WAN TO buy late model used & Sun.
or unfurnished. Can see features. Can be een at 4040 the best looking homes Ve've ever grocery now grossing over $60,- refrigerators. Exceptionally High SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. 87 Automobiles Wonter
N.W. 13th PI. Phone 374-7384. built. Four bedrooms 2 full 957 FORD; convertible new top
Newberry Blvd FR 2-8931. 41 Residential; Income 000 per year should do better. trade-ins now given. Auto repair tuneup.
REAL NICE 2 BR. or can be used baths beautiful brick facade. PRICE of $45,000 includes business WILSON'S EXCHANGE Miller & Sons excellent condition. Phone F4 CARS AANTED. iSSO-54 Fords
excellent kitchen arrangement. store building, inventory. 732 NW 1st St. 372-7915 4-9648. Chevrolet Al Herndon Serv-
as 3 BR house In excellent loca 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. 4
$16.900. No money down VA PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heat- 914 SE tti St.
shaded lot. ice Station.
1956 FORD
Fairlane 4
tion. Nice corner GLADYSSMITH ( rental 200 ft. one
oming property.
NEW ana used chain saws lawnmowers -=
FHA $800 down. Price Includes another house
( with garage. Total price $11.500. only frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd ed residence 85 Automobiles for Sal one.. !:.'t"e.'t CmStM fe r -
tampers light
lawn. 4 edgers.
sodded front for to
\ FHA financing 371-7401. available. Phone gas tamp fully swim club member. ,Ave. Will sell together or sepa 7 for trailers.rental plus TERMS space AVAILABLE.Call plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs I age. <<< all 372.8703 alter jl:: P.M.

owner rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- & Stratton. new and used mo 1964 Chevrolet Impala. 26.000 miles. 957 Cross country Rambler station BARKLEY

ONE ship.VILLAGE GREENByHUGHEDWARDS.INe. 4752. REDFRANKS REALESTATE tors. Rental sales and service. Wholesale price. Call PR 4-4405. wagon. excellent condition. $500.
TWO FOR Phone 376-0817 Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE FR 6-1950.
3725393Idylwild 7 N. E. 1st st. I960 Plymouth Savoy. 8 cylinder. Call
42 Forms Cr Acreage 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.
TWO HOUSES ON large corner 2909 N. E. 15th St. four door standard transmission MOTORS"IN
Walking distance of
lot. convenient to schools .nd grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 376-7971 59 Money Wanted SET of 15 Vol. Americana Encyclo- with heater best offer over '44 BELAIR. $325 down will consider -

I shopping. Live In one end rent 2 bath contemporary home. New 80 ACRES pedias. Set of 14 Stodldard'S lec $300. Call 372-1644. 1106 N. E. older car.. Call FR 28054 THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
t the other. Property has been FHA financing. PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe South of Newberry and West of WANT to borrow 13,500 Extra tures. First reasonable offer. Mrs. 9th Ave. after 530. I NAME"
well kept. Let us show you the Tropicana. Edwards. Security. Write Box 577-A, care THE
by Hugh US Parker 193 Hammock St. Willis-
41. nicely rolling. with beau- 63 OLDS Jetfire fac. air, turbo
advantages In this investment. Inc., has been acclaimedGainesville's of Gainesville SUn. $50 MECHANIC SPECIAL. 1958 2201 N. Main St.
Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. tiful large trees. Partly cleared charged 4 speed. loaded. John Renault 4 CV needs new rings
2 bath home. Lovely location. most beautiful homeIn suitable for pasture or farm antennas. $3 single stack. $7 Pier son, FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 and sleeves to put In running FR 2-4373

11 ACRES Good financing ready for oc own its this price marvelous range. You home may completely now- ing. Several lovely home sites. 61 Wanted to Buy double stack $13.00 complete kit. NW 4th Ave. condition; otherwise in good

BEAUTIFUL. WOODED. and on a cupancy. equipped with central air Only $120 per acre. Half cash Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. 1962 VW. privately owned. excel- shape Phone 3744634. -- ------- ----
and 5 terms. S. E. SAPP. appliances
year CASH for used ,
paved road. TEN miles. from! Tradition 3 brm. :3 bath home In con<1oIioning. dishwasher dispOsal. REALTOR. NEWBERRY. furniture your clothing etc. Call Williams UNBELIEVABLE"Brand lent condition, loaded with ex 1964 VW Detuxe Micro bus split t
.I City. $400 per acre iiD exec' Finley area. A lot that has been built-in oven and range. and Service Center. HawthorneRd. new sofa-bed and chair tras. Call 372-5151 after 5 PM. seat, red & white 50 HP. excellent -
lent terms.ALACHUA. landscaped with See patio gas bar-b-q grill for only condition, private party $2. !!
loving care. 180 372-3937. $5995; platform rockers. $1295; '60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent 1964
; this Good $22.300. Ask to this luxurious acres. 60 acres in permanent 395. Call FR 2-4281
see weekends
one. price good scoop chairs. $19; air channel 1 cond.. one owner. many extras. and I
pasture, plenty of water fenced COINS WANTEDAll
REALTYAssociates terms. home at your convenience. stacked antennas. $6; used refrig Priced right. Call FR &-n2... weekdays after 6 P.M. '
fenced \i mile road
cross U.S. and foreign silver
HUGH EDWARDS INC. erators. $25; TV's. '
frontage. $165 an acre. dollars. proof sets and 1955 WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER '59 ENGLISH FORD 2 door good
435 N. E. lit St. 37'-2<<1 GLADYS SMITH 376-7971 80 acres suitable for cutting Into half dollars. Hawthorne 3723937. CADILLAC 1955 red convertible condition. heater. Priced reason- i

Arie T. Smith. Realtor MOVE IN TOMORROW smaller tracts. Good investment.Call REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP Rd. fully powered with new top. $200 able. Phone FR 2-8811. FORD

Mabel Gore. Associate Realtor Unusual floor plan sets this three Fordyce 376-1236. 809 W. University Ave SMALL chest type home freezer See at Tenneco Stat. corner of F ____

Associates: Anna Hinson bedroom. two bath home apart 12 Acres W. of town. paved road. excellent condition. $50. Phone S. Main & 4th Ave. .

Virginia Power Caroline Noyes from others. Lifetime terrazzo $680000 62 Machinery & Tools 376-0873. '60 BONNEVILLE loaded. excellent -
FORDYCEREALTOR 1228 W. University Ave. floors newly redecorated. BuiltIn 20- Acres.W. of town. paved road. LONESOME T-V looking for a new condition $1650. TRO'PICALPONTIAC

Phone 372.5393 kitchen. $600. down includes S 12.300.00 viewer. Will leave home for $30.Ph. .
ONE-ROW corn picker. $495. Good Phone 3768687.FOR CLEARANCE
closing. $101. per month Includes See Ad for Ranchettes
FOUR BR. 2 bath. CBS. FHA fi taxes and insurance. our under condition. Haufler Bros., Inc.. Rt. 3725047. 80S! NE 11th Ave. t
I nancing. $91.27 per mo. Only $450 Inc. LOTS 3, Box 217. Gainesville 376-3336. SALE OR TRADE 1962 Falr-
Hugh Edwards Net USED $15 &
down to qualified buyer. Seller price, reduced vacuum cleaners lane Sports Coupe. In excellent

pay closing cost. Call 372- .l81 for 376-7971 Mary Moeller 64 Household Goods up some Ike new. Call 47110 or condition. $250 and assume pay 302 N.W. 8th Ave.

I FLORIDA PARK appt. to see. 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA see at 712 N. Main. ments. call FR 4-5472 or. can be FR 2-2583

Fireplace with paneled living approval you can have immediate Realtor REPOSSESSEDStyle seen at 1810 NW 4tn St. SALE
room. hardwood floors. 3 BR possession and ownership of GE 4-burner range perfect condition -
home. Over 1500 sq. ft. Large ImmediateOccupancy the best value house for sale In 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 $50. Gate-leg dining Iable Mate Singer Like I W62 CHEVROLET radio heater paint. -p

wooded lot. low down payment NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles blond finish. 'suit. for trail new. nothing to buy to Zig stitches Zag wws$1395 power 372-5097 steering.before new 6 P.M. &
and monthly payments. Call For. conditioning. Paneled family room from city limits. Only $2200. Call er. FR 2-0982. button monogram.holes darns fancy mends. 376-0050 after 4 P.M. POOLEGABLEMOTORS
loining living-dining area for extra -
dyce. 374-1234. John Merrill. Realtor. FR 2-1494. FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing
Electric etc. Assume payments of $7-50 55 CHEVROLET standard trans.
PATIO spaciousness. range
CHIEFLAND 40 acres. 25 acres machine walnut cabinet. attach- per mo. Small balance. Mikell's mission. 4 cylinder. Perfect condi- I
and Back
dishwasher. yard completely SHAW
shaded by many trees. 3 BR 2 Pangola grass4 mi. hiway ments. $45 platform rocker S10.child.s Sewing Machine Service. 815 W. tion. Call 372-4638. 1815 NW 7th I
enclosed 7 ft. hedge.
bath home In fine NW section.Separate desk i chair $15. FR Univ. FR 8-1355. DODGE-DART
frontage. older buildings. $8800 PL
Call 376-6147 for appt. to see
dining room. living CHOICE two. three and four bed- 4-6650.
room. Fla. room on a large corner room homes at convenient loca- 2213 NE 7th Ter. cash or terms. Call write or FOR SALE Jacobson reel type '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon. with TRUCKS
I Price 'lust reduced to see S. E. SAPP. REALTOR. 1963 30" Frigidaire electric range lawn like new $70. For
lot. tions. Quality construction plus 2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown mower air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL 1
only $20,700. owner financedyou bonus features such as: real I payment, $60 per mo. Located Newberry. -automatic oven.. $150 cash. information call 374-8528. '54 Plymouth. perfect cond 11* SE 1st Ave. 3724343: &

name the downpayment. Call plaster walls. fully sodded lot. at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call 740 ACRE ranch at $135 per acre. Freezer frost free refng. $175 OLD 97 Bergamot Hair Dressing 43,000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone

l' Fordyce 3741234.BLACK ACRES lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. Frank D. Howard. Real Estate, cash. Both excail. cond. Call wholesale to agents. Also Raw- FR &-<
heat adaptable to A-C GE OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg. Grady Finance Co. Office P.O. 376-0027. leigh Products retail. T. E. Brori
3 large bed- FOR THE CORRECT I
Large living room. built-In oven and a 11 I
range. o. Box 442. Gainesville.
dinIng Box 703 High Springs. Fla. son p. KEETER
rooms. 2 baths. Fla. room. pat brick fronts. rustic gas lamps. open-beam paneled SOFA plus new slip covers; .
Fla. Rated
io. of storage built In & family room with fire Value TIME
plenty sidewalks. swim club member- $95. FR 63449.THREEQUARTER .
bookshelves and kitchen. Over ship. place Irg. fenced-in back yard 43 Colored Property ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. refrigerator -

1800 sq. ft. and fenced yard. built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 468- bed with box I 6 yrs. old. $50 or reasonable Used Cars FR 2-1411 j
Only $25.000 with low down pay 1683. springs and mattress. $25. Phone offer. Phone 372-5108.
No cash down VA.Low HOMES FOR SALE 238 W. University
ment. Call Fordyce 3761236.FORDYCE HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths, 372-9720. : B&G CO. I
2 & 3 bedrooms SE Nth St. & REUPHOLSTERED sofa and sofa- Courtesy Of
f FHA down. Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet liv- 7th Ave. Small down payment. ELECTRIC range Westinghouse., beds mahogany glass door

& ASSOCIATES. INC. Also conventional financing. ing room, air condition. Phone monthly payments 557 to $65 30". Excellent condition. $85. bookcase. chests bedroom suites Cadillac Oldsmobile University ChevroletN. Phone FR 6-5371

Multiple Listing Realtor Move in 3725347 or 3722080. Also homes built on your lot Phone 372-5734.: slant.front desks. chairs. lamps. 2001 NW 13th St. Main St. at 16th Ave. I

Grace FordYce. Broker McKINNEYGREEN with no down- payment. Ph. TAG APPLIANCESTested and other Items. Nearly Nu
FR 2-4125. Furniture Shop. 324 :N.W. 8th -- -- -- ----- --- -- -
Associates: and Guaranteed 1--
Benton Dudley Goulden TomorrowVILLAGE 42 from $39 Ave. Phone 374-4892.
Harvey Refrigerators up
Quality Hugh Eawards built
O. C. Gay Dick Banks home. 9 Ranges from $39 up GERT'S a gay girl ready tor a
Three bedrooms 1 bath.
Frances Hough Sarah Goulden DEATONREALTORS As low as $43. per month with 17 Washers from $19 upI whirl after cleaning carpets with I 1965 ENGLISH FORD
'26 W. Univ. 376-1236 Dryers from $49
$2,000 down or will arrange termsto Blue Lustre. Rent electric
2 Food Freezers from $99 up
suit buyer. Located 443 NE pooer $1. McDaniell Furn. Co.,
2 Dishwashers from $49 up Gainesville Shopping Center.
HIGHLANDSWe 15th Street.: u__ 'n .III II ......:0 ......_.n UII
FRED recommend this Ideally located Mugn aw..ra5. inc. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO COSCO high chair $6. wooden bed CORTINA

NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. home in this most desired and restricted Phone 37'-7971 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 guard rail $2 Detecto baby
scale S3 Dog basket $1, Kohl rt
neighborhood of the I am interested In buying sever
FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30
f ARNOLD Northeast 3 B.R. 1 Bath-L.R. al lots at the right price. Call B-flat clarinet $25. Set golf clubs
HUGHEDWARDS D. R. Fireplace Garage- 372-4125. gal. with gas heater attached also Irons. 2 thru 9. $16. 374-2639.
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete
paved streets sidewalks Ex. with gauges. 2 crane shal- CHRISTMAS NEAR!

cellent condition and priced most 43-1 COLORED RENTALS low well pumps. Inquire Lewis Start getting your gifts now. We
REALTOR reasonably Can be FHA fi Jewelry Co. have Xmas trees nativity scenes
nanced. Don't miss seeing this and ceramic gifts.
home before Call NOW RENTING FOR SALE 30"
nice you buy. gas range in excellent ELLA'S CERAMICS
$300 DOWN INC.North FR 2-3617. condition. 4 burners oven
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 2145 E. Unlv FR 4-5548
broiler & storage space. $40 or
o qualified FHA Buyer. Pay-
apartments large living and
ments $57.00 per month Includ- Central Florida's Largest STOP! LOOK! best offer 376-8775.
Builder and Developer dining area modern kitchen with 67 Trading Posts
ing taxes and Insurance. 2 Bedrooms Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th I This newly listed property Is worth fan. large storage closets terrazzo -
1 bath screened porch. consideration before buy. DISCOUNTPRICES
St. your you floors tile baths space heater
WILL trade 14 foot fiber-
oak block floors. .TV antenna: In flLs7I.... its ideal location in the restricted and hot water heater facilities good
w. glass boat for your car eventrade
cluded. Seller will ouyeraIoa
Northwest Is much desired. for washing machines and FR
boot If warranted.
costs. BY OWNER on Lake Santa Fe 1 Give us an opportunity to show paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 28181
BR.. large liv. rm.. air conditioned you this choice 3 B.R. 2 bath Ter. or call for appointment 372

$20.000 FHA screened porch. Plentyof Fla. room home. Beautifully shaded 5321 or 372-5322. We undersell everybody.
'Three, bedroom. 2 bath home In cabinets. Ideal for retiring cou lot Just a nice home for 72 Office Equipment
Northwest location. Central het pIe. Earleton. Fla. Next to real living enjoyment Excel- HENDRIX
and air conditioning. Built In Buddy's Landing. 4411717. lent condition Drive by 111 45 Furnished Apts. FURNITURE CO. GUARANTEED used electric type- CO.

range and oven. Family room. N. W. 26th St. and call for ap NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. writers. Sales rental & repairsof CRNEMOTOR

Chain link fence around back $300 DOWNThis pointment. FR 23617. 3 ROOM duplex 19 N. E. 13th St. KENMORE all office machines.
washing machine $25 CENTRAL BUSINESS MACHINE 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.4251
yard. convenient to bus lines. $50 per Heavy duty floor polisher $12 INC. I

sparkling clean 2 BR 1 bath NORTH EAST: mo. Phone FR 2-0374. Phone 372-4474 can see at 1742 901 NW 4th St Ph 372-5399

NEW CONSTRUCTION CB home in excellent N.W. location Three B.R. Sleeping porch FURNISHED 1 BR apartment at N.W. 3rd PI.
4 Bedrooms. 2 baths in beautiful can be bought with $300 Living room Separate dining;
; 2124 NW. 7th St. Phone 372-8932. 2-burner Kenmore electric hotplate 73 Musical 1 Merchandise
Malore Gardens. Central heat down and $61 per montn. Callus rIM 2 baths completely
hardwood floors. 4" well. Lovely to see. funmhtd including kitchen frqvcmn i EFFICIENCY apt. $48 per mo, white enamel new. $20. I
shaded lot on paved street. < Lot 100 x 131 Immediate lights and water furnished. Ideal 10-inch G.E. oscillating fan, $4. FOR SALE KIMBALL Spinet
$23.000. University Realty occupancy CaU FR for working girl or student. Phone FR 2-1137 after 6 p.m. piano blonde finish like new. I RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. 2357 FR 45824EFFICIENCY. YEAR old Hotpoint stove. CoIl See it at 2045 N.E. 9th St.

ARISTOCRAT M. Munroe Realtor APARTMfcNfS. $50 FR 6-0786. WILL transfer to responsible party

:Enter this :3 bedroom. 2 bath home. ASSOCIATESJ. month. Phone 466-3448. choice of four spinet or console I TIME
through' attractive covered gar 2 BR. CCB. Interior freshly paint Fred Guy Jayne Buttsrwerth DUPLEX 2 bedroom GAS range. 30" Kenmore with pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST
den. Separate formal I living I I ed. Shady lot 40 x 120. Immediate Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire for apartment gas luxury features. like new. reducedto liter Spinet Piano trade back
cooking and heating.
room cory family room with possession. Total price $7- Multiple Listing front & private $88. Phone 376-2636. save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with
fireplace. The last word in kitchens 950 down payment $200 and $65 back entrance. nice sound & motion pick up payments
shady yard. cold water furnished.No ALL NEW
CLEAN. used for sale. WE WILL SELL
fully equipped. Gigantic monthly. Located lust off NW 13th BY BUILDER small children or pets. PhoneF we have a piano to fit
screened porch. Special terrazzo St. at 1217 NW 31st Ave.' See 3 BR. 2 bath. central heat & air R 22400. Phone 3725002. any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO..
floors throughout. Located In It and phone FR 4-7170. conditioning. May be seen by ap GE electric range excellent condi. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
Durant Estates. CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment tion. $25. Pair of water skis $10.
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. PRACTICE PIANOS
19.000. Phone 3762258.BY _ across from Campus couples only Call after 5:30 PJM. 376-8672. RAMBLERS
carport end utility room. Call 372-2830 for details. Iinrinht' ni..nn- .555' w.nof' ""
$250 down. $45 month. Phone FR OWNER. cen. heat & air cond., PORTABLE sewing machine. Monarch Used spinet pianos, $495 and ;

ARNOLDREALTY 23355 days.SALE.Trade. 2Vi bath. 3 BR. family. living 46 Unfurnished has attachments for but Used organs. $795 and up.

4 bedroom. 2 bathhouse dining rm.. large kitchen. built- Apts. tonholes etc. Excellent condit'a. GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY

COMPANY Lar:. and in appliances. Large garage. Forward reverse stitches zig Gainesville CenterFR
near Sidney r UNFURNISHED Shopping
Member 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR apartment convenient zags. Good buy for $30. Call.
Multiple Listing School bus line.
High on city to campus. 3019 S. W. 34th 372-9729. 25353.
1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 $10.000. Can be zoned R.2. Phone 4518.. Way. $45 per month. Water furnished -
Associates: FR 45472.THREE no kitchen equipment. FR FOUR piece bedroom set $35; din- SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at
I Jim aheppard Jane Caldwell 2 YEAR OLD.REPOSSESSIONVERY _2-9903 after Monday noon. Ing table and 4 chairs $15. $495. Rebui mall Grand' Piano
.F. W. Hodge Bob Kalkman bedroom. 2 bath CCB. GOOD CONDITION Phone FR 2-5590 $650. Also another truck load of

'Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard traverse rods. $750 down. pay 2 bath. central heat. builtin those tine factory rebuilt pianos
4 BR. -
$83 per mo. 4004 N.W. 21st Drive 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 98 In. couch $30; draperies 2 arrived
oven. range & dishwasher panel Phone FR 4-5919. fully guaranteed today. 00
Ave. ;
off 39th
We invite to visit LS for all 4
2005 NW 37th Blvd. Call First 4 BR home perfect for male slu- you
& STRETCH SSS musical needs
M Federal 376-7551. your
dents. Room for to 8
By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home BRAND NEWA Call John Baldwin up FR .-..201 boys.or 66 Mise .For Sale. LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE

..rvnilKITP. BPAIITY built-In_this. areaby__ ..._ most unusual -& 'charming homeof FR 4-4405. 112 SE 1st Street

,This 9 tor: .i..h--h; me, Ocala ALACHUA Phone HOMES.374-0630 INC. 5 bedrooms. 3 full baths. pan- THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on NEW Men's English byke-racer-5 CLARINET for sale good condition -

block separate cottage and bath. Model Horn Opening every Sun. elled den & sewing room. in one Silver Lake near Keystone. speeds fenders lights. and car. 3 yrs. old. $60.

beautifully landscaped near HU from 1 P oM. 5 P.M. beginning of Gainesville's finest residentialareas. 376.2615. rier. $45. Can be seen at 908 PHONE 3761349.FREE .
By builder owner. Call SW 7'h Ave.KENMORE .
School. with swimming pool. 37. August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL Clarinet. wood cost $180.
372 3727 to Inspect.
LAKE, CCB cottages
500. Compare cost with all other :3 washer good condi- Just buy $50 worth of Pop music.
bedroom. 2 bath. fully air cond. SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two tion $60. Phone FR 4-5743. Call 372-0813.
NEAR GAINESVILLEWest. homes. -YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY ESTATE 2 BR CCB house, bedroom avail. Sept. 8. Phone
3 br. 2 bath. large spacIous TIME. good Northwest location HW GR 5-5375 Melrose. i G. E. automatic washer in excel. PIANOS ORGANS ABOVE OUR COSTH

family rm. 2500 sq. ft. living floors. kit. equipped. washing 2 bedrooms CB. house. fur. on lent condition. Call FR 29773. NEW & USED

space cent. heat. S acres. A STEAL machine,''air conditioner. FHA Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small WHY PAY 2 PRICES? Back to school special sale on pi

call Mary Moeller approved $10.500 monthly payments 1 Br., house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- ON a 1964 model. Select-0-Mat- anos. Exclusive dealer for See-
BY OWNERMUST 6235. Call 37&-4463. Sun. 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. Ic Zig Zag sewing machine. Whenwe burg organs.
STUDENT days and after 5 call 376 582:!. GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER
sacrifice. 3 bedroom 2 THREE .bedroom 1 bath suburban have a repossessed like new
Home filled with established In- bath. large Fla. room. large living 102 N. W. 20th DRIVE home at 4001 E. University Ave. that does all fancy stitches buttonholes 372-5421 1025 W. Univ. Ave.

come. Drive past 1602 N. W. lot room. dining room built-In Ideal l location 2 Irg. & 1 sm. BR. Year lease required. S125 per mo. applique. over casting. VIOLIN full size. good condition -

Ave. & cap Mary Moeller kitchen. convenient to shopping Irg. living rm.. dining rm., & kit. L. J. Moratto. 2505 NW 6th sews on buttons monograms $45. Phone 372-3117.
center and schools. Must see chen 2 baths. screened porch. St. Phone FR 2-4957. etc. Responsible party can as-
NEAR 13TH ST. to appreciate the value. No qual Someone connected with UF wiil; sume five payments at $7.80 or .
N. W. Mth Ave. near 13th St. Ig ifying. Low down payment. Original love tiving here 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. pay balance of S35. For Informa- Automotive -
lot wills :I br. horn near business. price $21,600 price now tion call 372.7680 and ask for H

Investment. rental $18.84578. $500 down. LocatedIn 38 Real Estated Wanted UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 Mr. Parker. I 5 aC
& Scooters
Moeller nice NW section at 1321 NW per mo. Unfurnished 2 B R $40 TWO HORSE trailer. can be seen 83 Motorcycles
Mary 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. LISTINGS WANTED per mo. Call 376-7464. at Steve's Grocery Fairbanks.
Have buyers waiting for farms Phone FR 23683. 1964 ALLSTATE scooter 5 mos I
3 bedroom. I bath. 4-room frame and small acreage. 7 ROOM 2 story 3 BR. IVj baths old. Must sacrifice. $369 new. Now II
Realtor house close In. nice neighborhood CALL $13000 per mo. Garage. 555 NE 2 MOS. OLD gas stove with grill $225. Call 372-6407.
Ig. shady lot. $9.950. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. $125. Convertible sofa hideabedlike I
lOlf W. University FR 4-447 Terms. Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph. Angle Real Estate new $65. Phone 3726848. '63 DUCATI Bronco excellent con- ,
Member Multiple Listing 376-5394. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house dition. 1211 N. W. 10th Ave. or
Associates C. L. Angle. Broker with Fla. room built In range. PIANO $100. Sofa bed and rocker phone 37677. __
ADVERTISE IN THE O. J. Angle. Associate $35. Desk $7. Misc. baby
Moeller Foster Kesler N.W. Section. $120 mo. Phone less
E. W. per motorscooter
1961 Peugeot
Grant SERVICE DIRECTORY 4404 NW 13th St. 3766927I clothes & turn. Stroller $10. bathi-
Dick Durbin Sharon 468-1177. Waldo. than 5000 miles. Two seats. spare
nette $8 car bed $3. FR 6-4881.
2 BR. kitchen turn. $8250 per mo. wheel and tire: $ISO or willtrade
GE push button elec. range. Has for Ham radio or CB FINANCINGAvaiable
24 NE 2Ctti St. Back yard fenced. timer and deep well. Paid '$269. equipment. Phone FRS9s....
Contact Ward at 372-;32S9 or 2-
Excellent condition. Will take $99. If not answer FR 6-0800.
SERVICESHome 6885.
Gibson 1 ton air condo not a

3 BR. 1 bath $150 1937 NW 2nd year old. Just like new sold for

I Ave. Phone 376-3401.: $299. Will take $125. See at 805 42 BUICK LeSabre 4 door all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers.
N.E. 11th Ave. or call FR 25047. sedan. automatic transmission.
2 BR house for lease $125 per brakes.
Located SINGER 600" TOUCH AND SEW power steering. power
rY\I) at 815 NW 2Cth St.
Contact Newest model 1964 touch and sew. radio. heater air conditioned
And Business owner at 905 NW 20th St.
THREE fully automatic zig zag slant low miles. .*23M ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN
bedroom house with stove needle. All built-in designs. buttonholes
-'I and refrigerator furnished. AvaitaKI MOTORS
._ .._... c.Ii1.. OJ.. -J.K sews on buttons blind MELTON RAMBLERS
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Ter. sil5 hems does everything. Sold for N. MAIN ST. FR
mo. on lease. Wese-
over $349, assume payments of I 1703 6-75711
Appraisal Service Upholstery man Realty. FR 42472.Bedroom 1050. Call Credit Manager 372- LEFT 4 WITH AIR CONDITIONING

4 2V bath living room 7680. I
FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your furniture at I
dining room combination. Large QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed.
REALTOR reasonable prices. Call Sally. house GAINESVILLEAUTO I
and yard. Kincaid Pd.
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced. FR 4-9888. 4248N Phone 4812674.SINGER \ I
Southeast Section. Call FR 2-26.43.
1219 W UNIV AVE. PH. 372-3522
49 Rooms For Rent needle zig zag in beautiful 1007 N. Main St.

BulldozingSMALL NICELY furnished room in home. new Original mahogany price over desk.$300 Sacrifice.balance Phone FR 2.6313 I MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE

bulldozer loader, flump DO YOU NEED. Florida room. cx-: N.E. section. accommodates two $152 or payments of $894 per Northcentrol Florida S
Machine does all
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top tra room more room. roof work. people. If interested call FR month. fancy LargestIndeDendent
soli Phone 3727846 or maybe a complete new home? 4-0843. single and double designs
For a free estimate. & guaranteed button holes. zig zag stiching. Dealer 1965 RAMBLERSRIDGWAY'S
work, phone Cart C ROOMS for men. plenty of hot water etc. Miketrs Sewing Machine

LandscapingLANDSCAPE Waters 3723049.EXPERIENCED. oft street parking. P hone Service 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR
374-4034. 8-1355.

Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock and repair lobs performed by NW lOtn St. Private entrance. will vend up teten different
of all kinds.CREVASSES carpenter who loves his trade. connecting bath. parking area items at ten prices. is regriger- CAN SELL FOR LESS
NURSERY CALL FR 6-490T maid service 8 phone. ated like-new condition. Cad

I Landscape Co. PRIVATE entrance share bath. FR 8-1079 after 4 00 p.m. Will

FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Roofing downtown location. $40 per mo. I deliver.
) J I Phone 372-C481. for appt to see. ALUMINUM awnings. 10 x 30.
Repair & Mortgage Broker $125. Edgar L Wight. Jr. 462-
Appliance c. L HARRELL
WITH REFRIGERATOR. for businesvnan
11,... MILLER- &>. I
Air Conditioning ContractorFor I or graduate male student
MORTGAGE MONEY all your rooting needs and repairs In private home with separate CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew BROWNj) JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
SV4 per cent Interest. Terms to
call us anytime. -
I entrance Phone 376-7673. and Used $60 -=

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall FR "7745 I Complete line of photo supplies 1030 E. Unv.!

First In air conditioning and Appliance 50 Mobile Homes FUltER-S FOrO INC. FR 2-3582 WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER
repairs. We sell guaranteed Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Sewing Machine Rep i" I ICAlLSEwlhG 419 W Univ Ave FR 90713:

washers. refrigerators. etc. 2 BR trailer 10' wide on private

FR 60367.Auto FHA and conventional at lowest MACHINE SER I W Call 376-1502 or 374-5856
current rates. Terms to 25 VICE CO. 815 W. University

Glass years. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 376-1075. We repair aLP. 51 Misc. Rentals I : CARS
obligation. Can tomorrow. _Make Work fully guaranteed SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF NO MONEY

J. W. KIRKPAtRICK. Realtor LAkGE ihady lot across trret' SALECOMETSMERCURYS I "
AUTO GLASS Is our only buV.ACS 31 N. Main St. PtF R 2-8494 SewingAlterationsDreumalung. Iron school, close tu s-'ropfx-ig ATRIDCW

*. Immediate Installation FRED B. ARNOlD and chb'ih in Aaido. $15 oe* no. j
'-era. pickup & delivery. Add 461-ISO. Wain I
REAL 10R alterations and r.
beauty & value to your car. FHA AI.D CONVENTIONAL pair. Opal Holder. 2780 SE 191" I
'MAUt DIN'S AUTO GI ASS CO. LOANS Ave. 54 Business Rentals
NW. 4th St. FR 4-2558.
323_ ill' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372352 (FR 2-8626)

Auto Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA TELEVISIONPICTURE Largecommercieibulldinjfor Call. Fordyce

_ and conventional loans. Low A Y
rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1221 FOR LEASE
HYDRAULIC: JACKS rebuilt & I W. Unlv. Ave 3725391 TUBE Repair Spec\ l.. $1 '
- exchanged; Repair kin tor per Inch plus $10 to moil Modern air cond. suite, of offices. 'USED CARS
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized F. H. A. Conv. loans tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special Downtown location. near court

; Walker Hydraulic Jackervlce FORDYCE t. ASSOCIAIES. INC Reconditioned IV's from $ .95. house. and federal building. Ph.
Agent. HUt'S BRAKE REALTORS THE VARIETY SI ORE 372 7943 or 44817.

SERVICE SUPPLY U14 S. _.924 W_Unlv. 376-1236 I SE. 1st Ave. SMALL warehouse for rent.

_Main FR 21497Sun 4 Technicians with 84 years experience DAN BYRD CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY

PlumbingSEWER on all makes.ADVERIISE .
3768268.FOR .

Want Ads INSTALLED LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store 506 E. University FR 6.2425 I 284333S
NEW I. use* Ii."- ..... remHUGI'IEV. .... buiMing W. Unlv. Ave. Price 8M S. Main St. FR 2-4251
..... 516
phestuig 'P (e 'IUG" Il'A per CXI Hrrshtl Hyne I
Get Results Ing FR 21589.. Gainesville Plumb SERVICE DIRECtORY 4-7551.FR 62441 or B. F. MUelU FR I- --



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i MOSCOW (AP) There's an owns the chair and it came
*' armchair out at Karaganda, in Moscow house Napoleon
WASHINGTON (AP) Nom- ARIZONA against the man who ousted him VERMONTSen. John Reynolds, seeking a second Gov. Warren Knowles is expected from a
Central when he took Moscow in
Asian Kazakhstan lived in
inations for four Senate seats, Richard G. Kleindienst, for- two years ago, former State Winston L. Prouty has no term, is favored in the Democratic to capture the GOP guoerna- ,
four governors' mansions and mer aide of Republican presi- Rep. John Pillsbury. After the Republican primary oppositionas primary while former Lt. torial nomination.Don't engineer Dmitry Lyuboshinsky 1812.
dential nominee Barry Goldwater -1962 primary Powell endorsed he shoots for a second term. --
28 House seats are at stake is competing with auto John W. King who went on to The man he beat six years ago, Let Your
today in primary elections in six dealer and publisher Evan Me- become the state's first Democratic State Sen. Frederick J. Fayette, SHOW TRAINLeaving

states., cham for the GOP gubernatorial -, governor in 40 years. is opposed for the Democratic Financial ProblemsPile
With no major challenges nomination. Gov. Paul Fan-' King is unopposed for Democratic nomination by former Rep. Gainesville For New York
mounted against incumbent nin is unopposed for the Republican nomination to a second William H. Meyer. In the gubernatorial Up!

governors or senators, most of : nomination to the Senate term. race Gov. Philip H. WHEN YOU CAN I1LL14J OCTOBER 3rd, featuring I
the interest is on the Bepublican seat now held by Goldwater. COLORADOAll i Hoff, first Democrat to lead the!I
gubernatorial races in Arizona I I Four Democrats seek the gubernatorial four House members state in more than a century, is MAKE A LOAN OFJ a Funny Girl Any Wednesday High Spirits

and New Hampshire. nomination and six seeking nominations to new unopposed for nomination to a Rapid City Transfers
: Other states with party primaries are scrambling for the right to terms are unopposed There is second term while three men,I
today are Colorado, oppose Fannin. Included in the no balloting this year for gover- including Lt. Gov. Ralph A. 525600and a Five Nights At Hotel Manhattan

Minnesota, Vermont and Wis- latter group are former State nor or senator. Foote, seek the Republican i 0
consin.: Georgia voters will pick Supreme Court Justice Renz MINNESOTASen. nomination. FAIR *
j It's Confidential TIME FOR WORLD'S 9500
House nominees Wednesday and Jennings and Roy Elson, admin- Eugene J. McCarthy is
-Massachusetts will have a primary -istrative assistant to Sen. Carl favored over two lesser known 1 I

) involving House, Senate Hayden, D-Ariz. foes in his try for Democratic Sen. William Proxmire is 1 Marion Finance (0.I .
I ( Per Person. Double Occupancy Not Including Transportation)
and gubernatorial candidates NEW HAMPSHIRE nomination to a second term. favored over two opponents in!

:Thursday. Former Gov. Wesley Powell is Wheelock Whitney, 38, is unopposed -the Senate Democratic primary 1 Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks Call COASTLINE FR 2-8541
Here's a rundown on major trying for a comeback in the for the GOP Senate nomi- while Wilbur Renk is unopposedfor
-races: GOP gubernatorial primary nation. the GOP nomination. Gov.J 218 W. University Ave. Ph. FR 6-5333

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nose more sensitive than a 5 or 10 years away." material such as dynamiteare _____ .. T ___-.
bloodhound's is being developed I Dravnieks said he would detected, the disturbancewill ."..-. ......... T. .T ._& --.....' .... : -. T- ..e.p.lE .
to sniff out bombs planted 'report his findings to the FAAin trigger the alarm. ... e... ... .. ...
aboard airliners. December.The Under controlled laboratory . .
conditions : REAL'STORY : ; .: :
Dravnieks :
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the electronic nose would
The project conducted by lingering odor of dynamite can :: OP THE TORTOISE ;. ?1t r -. + : : -BUt'GEOfZGE.. : '
operate on much the .
Illinois Institute of Technology same '. .
Research Institute was made principle as a human nose. A be detected in a box three : AND THE HARE.J. .. : : -a I'M SURE :
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possible by a $39,000 grant from complex field of electrical de- weeks after the explosive has J" fl ( ,
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the Federal Aviation Agency. tectors acutely sensitive to tiny been removed. The problemnow .. p, 'Y' Ht(4i. \ .,;,.. J"' ,,""J\.. .

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Moonshiners used government I it's easier to control a gas flame, gas cook- ..
commodity corn meal marked I; ing is cleaner and cooler. When a gas burner is turnedon
for charitable distribution to i the heat is there instantly. No "warm-up" waiting ".
prepare the mash for their 60-: period is reqired and when you turp it off the heat is 1
gallon:: still near here, Sheriff;: gone immediately. Ask the people who use Natural When I grow up I'm going to ..: ".i !: ; '.
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officers destroyedthe bring power back alive in pea i ifJf", :: :
liquor still. Bags of meal, pies cars. I'll give them the ", ;4 l., ., .,
nearby were stamped U.S.'! cleaning power,the flnngpower '-, l-'i i. t'J: > (4'!<04v"' .
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