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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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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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I TALLAHASSEE, (AP) President Johnson offered Florida ONE WEEK DAILY JCTO SUNDAY '
any assistance it might need in the Hurricane Dora emergency, HOMK DELIVERED ate ,, 1964
Gov. Farris Bryant reported Tuesday night.

Bryant said that Johnson telephoned him and said "We
could have anything we needed which the federal governmenthas.

Bryant." said Johnson offered to send assistance of any kind ThousandsFlee' Dora

and on one minute's notice.

But Bryant added he made no immediate request for any- ,
thing because Florida was "pretty well equipped" at this
time since it has 7,000 National Guardsmen, hundreds of *
Highway patrolmen, civil defense supplies of every description <: / .- ,

emergency hospitals, fallout shelter supplies includingfood
and water, and State Road Department and public health "
departments on the alert to handle their own functions.The On FloriaE. Coast

Governor said, however, that assistance might be need-
ed for the cleanup that will follow Hurricane Dora.Not .



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Dora raked a huge I
of Florida's coastal mid- Fib r;

i with gales Tuesday night ,
down for a direct hit4
e e n here and Daytona t
t r lY

Weather Bureau predict-

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the state through theJ f
thickly populated ci I
4 w. Hurricane
J4 for the Tampa Bay

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So Casual fled beachfront
and hotels from Vero
There was nothing casual about Hurricane Dora preparations at the Casual ....
Fla., to Brunswick, Ga., ,< shop on courthouse square in downtown Gainesville Tuesday night. Tape strips churned toward the
crossed the plate windows, to reduce damage form Dora's winds. Some
used paper, others hung sheets behind their windows to protect merchandise of the 15,000 persons liv- / f Football Families Safe
windows break. Many moved merchandise out of the windows. A few merchants peninsula part of Day .
nothing to prepare, apparently hoping for the best. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) Beach evacuated. The i '
:) :Members of the University of Florida football team, including halfback Lam Duf -
Bureau said a 10-foot pree, left, took refuge from Hurricane DOra: at the University Gym last night. Stui -
OKs inundate the entire l. dents in Flavet and trailer housing took advantage of the UF shelters at the Florida
County Budget /t. Union and Gym. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.)
's course varied a little 'i
the evening, but fore-
t ;. said her eye would press ii .
Hits Tax 'Gimmicks'LOS
near Daytona Beach late Barry

i Rate morning. -./
Trims Millage Dibrell of Atlanta, south- ..
; area director of Red '. ANGELES (AP) Sen. ing... a way to keep control of the same speech, a steel fire
."'.... '--"'" disaster services predict Barry Goldwater accused Presi- your own purse strings." escape on the hotel suddenly
11' 100,000 would spend the dent Johnson Tuesday night of "This is no scheme to buy lowered,. narrowly missing
By NORM LaCoe down on the spending side of tight budgets cause any "
with sudden
in shelters in Georgia and "impulsive, massive, politically votes a handout, onlookers.
: Sun Staff Writer the budget pie shows 40 per ship. motivated tax cut gimmickry"and Goldwater continued in an
Goldwater told his San
Ga. alone Diego
.. Com- cent for salaries, 50 cent The greatest single cha Savannah, ,
The Alachua County per offered his own plan for a address for a l-a-seat rally at audience President Johnson had
house 90,000.
o mission trimmed one-h a 1 f for expenses and the remain- in any agency request \ killed 25 per cent income tax reduction Dodger Stadium. "This is an spoken too much of prosperityand
fliers were
mill from the property tax ing 10 per cent for capit a 1 from Tax Assessor J. their Navy plane crashed as spread over five years. honest, long-term recognition of not at all of freedom in his
millage level in adopting its outlay contingencies and end- Smith. His original re q off from Sanford Na- Declaring a Goldwater administration present abuses against your Labor Day outline of the Great
new tentative budget yesterdayfor ing cash and investment bal- for $80,000 grew to $ Station to Dora. could cut taxes, bal- earnings." Society."I .
the fiscal year starting Oct. ances. the tentative budget. along ance the budget and reduce the Goldwater spoke here at the
don't how much
grocery -
1. Half the income to support! yesterday.The and far national debt, the Republican end of his first full day of Cali- prosperity
as away we have, Goldwatersaid.
the new budget will come from extra money will presidential nominee said: fornia campaigning. Earlier in
also a 1- clean of .
The commissioners were swept "We're not going to enjoy
item property taxes. The commissioners : for a reassessment and "This proposal offers you a the day he was heckled by "
for and candles.
located $40,000 an goods it without. .freedom.
expect to raise $1,872- praisal program which is clear choice when to the and called liar
has you go Negroes a by
which never before appeared winds of Dora, a In his Dodger Stadium adS -
450 for county operations from undertaken, and which and polls this year. a way to one while speaking outside a
in a county budget proposal 0 f gales driving
creation of a cent r al 17.1 mills applied to a tax quire about one year. The bigger than the state of control government's spend- hotel in San Diego. And, during ( e BARRY on Page 2)Johnson's
roll estimated at $109.5 mil gram will become effect \
electronic data processing de- began whistling
the fiscal year starting
partment. Remaining revenues will 1965.Part coastal. towns Tuesday ,f I Intimate Team I
survivespublic of the iC"A. I
If the new budget come from a variety of federal program nonessential personnel
hearings intact, it will to shift all records and
state and local sources home from Cape Ken- .
call for a tax of 1.71 cents on cedures from the present
including fees, fines and f or- Rockets were dismantled .j- '
each taxable dollar's worth of feitures. chanical system to from their pads. / >. Ntm Vnrk tLtntra work. On the basis of his own per
will totalflSUS59.43 See COUNTY on Page The President has
property. Spending ( EARL MAZO upgradedthe plexing experiences in the cam-
The three largest figures in of the 15,000 Peninsula By
: role of his running mateto paign of 1960 Johnson has also
the budget are $617,000 for the of Daytona Beach WASHINGTON President
the a level no previous vice- ordered the presidential and
For the current year county road department, $314- One Edition boarding up and leav- Johnson is bent on evolving
for presidential nominee has enjoy vice
mills presidential operations
millage level is 000 for the sheriff's office and the mainland bef o re something new in American
operations, and the bud- Of Sun ed. fully coordinated. He has direct.ed .
county $135,000 for debt serv e. Grocery store shelv e s politics this autumn a na-
get is $',S08,3S1. or $76,500 below Largest cuts made were in This is the only edition swept clean of candles tional campaign in which the Since the Democratic National to the party's and national treasurer -

the new budget.In original requests from tile supervisor day's Sun, prepared by goods. presidential and vice presidential Convention when he flew to bills approve submitted pay by requestsand Hum.
writing the new spending of registration, p ub- members with an eye Beach veterinar- candidates function as an Atlantic City to designate his phrey headquarters without
program. the commissi) ners lic defender juvenile c o urt, predictable and powerful his kennels had intimate team. partner personally, Johnson has question.The .
squeezed away $6 .C3.15 from Santa Fe Library county judge Florida's second filled by residents who Judging'from its initial, test, made a point of building up
money requests handed in by and health departmentIn the season. left their homes to ride with Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Humphrey as a prospective super President outlined his
the county's 36 governmental most cases department Deadlines several storms in hotels and setting off the Democratic na- vice president. The Presidenthas plans for the political partnership .
agencies. heads agreed to the reductionsin lier than usual were met someone to keep their tional campaign in Minnesotaand assigned his No. 2 man after he summoned Hum
Roughly speaking, the break- funds. In all cases, the com- the storm's expected path Ohio and Johnson takingover certain chores, like the cam- phrey from Atlantic City a cou-
missioners promised tc c c me have made normal and red hurricaneSee Monday in Detroit, it paign starter, heretofore reserv-
Fine.Arls up with extra funds if the unlikely. ( DORA on Page 10) looks as though the plan may ed for No. 1. (See JOHNSON on Page 2)


\Center .Gets As Winds Near Commission Bats the Breeze I

took City Commission: :: e r s Action
old federal post office in four hours last night to decide .
southeast Gainesville may not they needed more time to talk: Is Again i
be available for use as a fine about the proposed housing
arts center the Alachua Coun- code.
ty Commission was told Tues- Following a hearing that signments, encouraged also came from It-4 4 7 r
sioners to comply with Arnold, George Williams ,
11:30 ..
lasted until nearly p.m., f.
day.The request for the delay.Commissioners Fred Boyle. d ; iYf
Florida Development when the secoLd item on the Ed included R.B. Ben-
Commission, which must pro- agenda had yet to be reached
ton and Alan Sut Mrs. Harriett Wilson,
the fed- commissioners agreed to meet
request to have
cess a
they were ready to vote Mildred Hardy Phil Em-
turned over to at 5 p.m. today to discuss tha
eral property
vor of the code but Clark Butler and Richard
local officials, wrote that a code. with Winn's requestMayor president of the Citizens
fine arts may not qualify to The action or Iac3c: cf it Howard lcK i Assn. of Gainesville.

permit the federal governmentto was requested by Commissioner who has opposed many the lengthy discussion
give the building. Byron Winn. proposed code's proV S code which has been
Gainesville city officials and He explained that although he he approved of the for more than a year,
county officials have asked donation was one of the com-nis..1r.npy S postponement. ioners questioned bud-
of the building for a who voted for asking the Plan Strongest opposition to procedures for two ap ;
health or educational purpose.The Board to prepare a proposedcode code at last night's boards provided in the
Gainesville Fine Arts Assn. he felt tie: overall effectof came from an arguing provisions requiring hot
seeks the building for a cultural the code as. considered last waving STgsfaee Scruggs.The faculties and issuance of
center.. night deserved mere scrutiny attorney pleaded where a property
Commissioner Jack Durrance from the commission. the paternalisia of refuses admittance to a
said the Alachua County School "I want to bear some good ment to tell citizens what inspector.
i1 Board has asked for the property solid reasoning on how this except where public an aside, Richardson not-
i too. He said he has been (code) will increase the amountof safety is involved..** he felt there were a s ?
told by the school board that if low rent housing Winn ex. He drew applause things worse than the pro 'r t
:i they are given the building and plained. "My greatest concern audience of about 50 code..
have extra space they will provide is that we carelessly include restrictions who ignored hurricane one," Mayor McKav
.J room for a fine arts center., that would preventlow ings to crowd the challenged..
In a related development, cost rental landlords from room at the Utilities and hungry chil: Hurricane?
I' Walter H.Murphey, North Florida -: providing housing Center. ," Richardson answered. What
civil defense director asked Commissioner James Richardson T chaIIengethis <* also have a
; that if the building is given the noting:he did.not feel he to put this (proposed pm.. meeting erlnetf! to Interest in the proposed housing code outweighed any testptftitens stay home a...
county and city, that he be could vote for the "present? vote of the people of to begin the first of a listen to weather bulletins for a crowd of about 50 eftkeRs feat nigfet Frank :B e.1i.! ,

2*..... K n it for. _sly. ,,. code, but favored some mod towaV Scruggs saidV of budget review ses standing, ponders a point as he addresses city conmiseieatrs dsdag tfce. fee"hearing. ...
=-,X.. fm office. 4"' "'i< ficatios of: administrati as7' pass it I will be t: 1 (Sun photo by; Tommy; Lewis.), vI t. .

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/ TALLAHASSEE, (AP) President Johnson offered Florida ONE WEEK DAILY AD SUNDAY '
,, any assistance it might need in the Hurricane Dora emergency, HOMZ DELIVERED 45e O. ,
Gov. Farris Bryant reported Tuesday night.

Bryant said that Johnson telephoned him and said "We
could have anything we needed which the federal government .f

has.Bryant" said Johnson offered to send assistance of any kind t Flee .Dorathing

and on one minute's notice :

But Bryant added he made no immediate request for any- : .

because Florida was "pretty well equipped" at this r ,..' ,
time since it has 7,000 National Guardsmen, hundreds of *
Highway patrolmen, civil defense supplies of every descrip'i. i. \ .
tion, emergency hospitals, fallout shelter supplies including :
food and water, and State Road Department and public health

departments on the alert to handle their own functions. On Florida : E CoastNot

The Governor said, however, that assistance might be need- : ,
ed for the cleanup that will follow Hurricane Dora. :: .' .


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-Hurricane Dora raked a huge a ds j11 : .
chunk of Florida's coastal mid- !kR.. y'3 1 if
section with gales Tuesday night

3 J..." and bore down for a direct hit
r between here and Daytona /

Beach. ,j
The Weather Bureau predicted *

that Dora would also smash
across the state through the

/ r rich and thickly populated ci.
p i trus belt. Hurricane warningswere
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hoisted for the Tampa Bay 3Ii' ,-

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So CasualThere Thousands fled beachfront

homes and hotels from Vero
was nothing casual about Hurricane Dora preparations at the Casual Shoe Beach, Fla., to Brunswick, Ga.,
shop on courthouse square in downtown Gainesville Tuesday night. Tape strips criss- as Dora churned toward the
crossed the plate windows, to reduce damage form Dora's winds. Some merchantsused coast. e '

paper, others hung sheets behind their windows to protect merchandise should Most of the 15,000 persons living Ii'V Football Families Safe
windows break. Many moved merchandise out of the windows. A few merchants did on peninsula part of Day : .
nothing to prepare, apparently hoping for the best. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) tona. Beach evacuated. The j: '
f :Members of the University of Florida football team, including halfback Larry Du-
Weather Bureau said a 10-foot / pree, left, took refuge from Hurricane nOra: at the University Gym last night. Stu-
OKs tide would inundate the entire / dents in Flavet and trailer housing took advantage of the UF shelters at the Florida

laie County Budget peninsula. f/. Union and Gym. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.)
Dora's course varied a little

during the evening, but forecasters
t: said her eye would press f; Hits Tax 'Gimmicks'
ashore near Daytona Beach late Barry

r i Trims Millage: Rate Wednesday W. B. Dibrell morning.of Atlanta, south- -

: eastern area director of Red LOS ANGELES (AP) Sen. ing... a way to keep control of the same speech, a steel fire

:,.k' '-'" Cross disaster services predicted Barry Goldwater accused President your own purse strings." escape on the hotel suddenly
It would the Johnson Tuesday night of "This is no scheme to buy lowered narrowly missing
NORM LaCoe down the spending side! of tight budgets hard- that 100,000 spend
i By on cause any with sudden handout "
and "impulsive, massive, politically votes a onlookers.
in shelters in
night Georgia
Writer the budget pie shows 40 ship.
: Sun Staff per Goldwater continued in
motivated tax cut gimmickry"and an
Ga. alone Goldwater told his San Diegoaudience
Y Com- cent for salaries, 50 per cent The greatest single cha n ge Florida. Savannah, ,
The Alachua County offered his own plan for a address for a l-a-seat rally at President Johnson had
house 90,000.
f mission trimmed one-h a 1 f for expenses and the remaining in any agency request was was prepared to killed 25 per cent income tax reduction Dodger Stadium. "This is an spoken too much' of prosperityand
Two fliers
tax 10 cent for capita 1 from Tax Assessor J. Pierce Navy
from the property per five honest, long-term'recognition of
mill when their plane crashed as spread over years. not at all of freedom in his
level in adopting its outlay, contingencies and end- Smith. His original re quest Goldwater admin- abuses
millage Sanford Na- Declaring a present against your Labor Day outline of the Great
they took off from
new tentative budget yesterdayfor ing cash and investment bal for $80,000 grew to $169,800 in Dora. istration could cut taxes, bal- earnings. Society."I .
val Air Station to escape
the fiscal year starting Oct. ances. the tentative budget. adoptedyesterday. Many grocery shelves along ance the budget and reduce the Goldwater spoke here at the don't care how much
Half the income ; end his first full of California pros-
1. to supportthe national debt, the Republican of day "
the far
east coast as awayas perity we have, Goldwatersaid.
new budget will come from The extra money will pay nominee said: campaigning. Earlier in
1- presidential
also of
a clean .
The commissioners Tampa were swept "We're not going to enjoy
item property taxes. The commis- for a reassessment and reap "This proposal offers you a the day he was heckled by "
located $40,000 for an canned goods and candles. it without. .freedom.
sioners expect to raise praisal program which is being choice when to the and called .liar
has $1,872- clear you go Negroes a by
which never before appeared Advance winds of Dora, a In his Dodger Stadium ad-
undertaken and which will require -
450 for county operations from this to while speaking outside
in a county budget pro'posal bundle 0 f gales and driving polls year. a way one a
: creation of a cent r al 17.1 mills applied to a tax about one year. The pro winds bigger than the state of control government's spend- hotel in San Diego. And, 'during (See BARRY on Page 2))
become effective forth
roll estimated at mil gram
de his 11
electronic data processing Georgia, began w ing
lion. fiscal year starting Oct. 1,
partment.If through coastal towns Tuesday
Remaining revenues will Intimate Team
1965.Part afternoon.All f.Johnson's I
the new budget survives come from a variety of fed- of the program will be nonessential personnelwas
public hearings intact, it will to shift all records and procedures .;
eral state local
sources, sent home from Cape Ken- '
call for a tax of 1.71 cents on from the present m e- ( .) !
including fees, fines and f or- Rockets dismantledand .. "
dollar's worth of chanical system to card- nedy. were : work. On the basis of his
each taxable feitures. taken from their pads. 'f: ,-.*.. Sfoui bark Oftmra own per
will total See COUNTY on Page 2)). The President has
property. Spending ( EARL MAZO upgradedthe plexing experiences in the cam-
The three largest figures in Many of the 15,000 Peninsula By
$2,881,859.43.For role,of his running mate paign of 1960, Johnson has also
the budget are $617,000 for the residents of Daytona Beach WASHINGTON President
the to a level no previous vice- ordered the presidential and
the current year EditionOf
road One and leav- Johnson is bent
county department, $314- began boarding up on evolving
nominee has vice
for presidential enjoyed.
17.6 mills presidential operations
millage level is 000 for the sheriff's office and ing for the mainland bef o re something new in American
and the bud- Sun fully coordinated. He has direct.ed
operations, TodayThis
county $185,000 for debt service. noon. Grocery store shelv e s politics this autumn a national -
get is $2,808,381, or $76,500 be- Largest cuts made were in is the only edition of today's were swept clean of candles campaign in which the Since the Democratic National to the party's and national treasurer -

low the new budget.In original requests from the supervisor Sun, prepared by staff and canned goods.A presidential and vice presidential Convention when he flew to bills'submitted approve pay by requestsand Hum

writing the new spending of registration, p ub- members with an eye on unpredictable Daytona Beach veterinarian candidates function as an Atlantic City to designate his phrey headquarters without
program, the commissi) ners lic defender, juvenile court, and powerful Dora, reported his kennels had intimate team. partner personally, Johnson has question.The .
squeezed away $66,423.15 from Sai.ia Fe Library, county judge Florida's second hurricane of been filled by residents who Judging'from its initial test, made a point of building up
.. money requests handed in by and health department. the season. had left their homes to ride with Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Humphrey as a prospective sup- President outlined his
the county's 36 governmental In most cases, departmentheads Deadlines several hours ear- out the storms in hotels and setting off the Democratic national er vice president. The Presidenthas plans for the political partner-

agencies. agreed to the reductionsin lier than usual were met since needed someone to keep their campaign in Minnesotaand assigned his No. 2 man ship, after he summoned Hum
Roughly speaking, thc break- funds. In all cases, the commissioners the storm's expected path would animals. Ohio and Johnson takingover certain chores, like the campaign phrey from Atlantic City a cou- ,
promised to c c me have made normal production Black and red hurricaneSee Monday in Detroit, it starter, heretofore reserv-

Fine._Artsf up with extra funds if the unlikely. ( DORA on Page 10)) looks as though the plan may ed for No. 1. (See JOHNSON on Page 2)

.\ Center .GetsSetback As Winds Near Gainesville, Commission Bats the Breeze I

,;:. By JEAN CARVERIt -i

took City Commissionersfour
Code ActionIs '
The old federal post office in hours last night to decide l" .5 ? ''
southeast Gainesville may not they needed more time to talk Delayed Once Againsignments f +:.,yao- .r"DU rt'.y.'ii .A' r. y t .
be available for use as a fine about the proposed housing .fs y' ;

the Alachua Coun- code.
arts center, encouraged commissioners Opposition also came from
told Tues hearing that
Commission was Following a
ty to comply with Winn'srequest Fred Arnold, George Willi a m s '
until 11:30 sky
lasted nearly p.m.
day.The for the delay.Commissioners and Fred Boyle.Proponents } rsY?' O ,,
Florida Development when the second item on
Ed Turlington included R. B.
which must pro- agenda had yet to be reached,
and Alan Sutherland said nett, Mrs. Harriett Wilson, '
federal commissioners agreed'to meetat 4'
cess a request to have the they were ready to vote hi favor Mrs. Mildred Hardy, Phil Emmer -
to 5 today to discuss the ,,
turned over
property pm. of the code but complied Clark Butler and Richard I ak ; xt tlwyN g d i & Tr6'y
local officials, wrote that a code. with Winn's request. Hiers, president of the Citizens 1
fine arts may not qualify to The action or lack cf it Mayor Howard McKinney, Housing Assn. of Gainesville. ,

permit the federal governmentto was requested by Commissioner who has opposed many of the During the lengthy discussionof

give the building. Byron Winn. proposed code's provisions, said the code, which has been

Gainesville city officials and He explained that although he he approved of the suggested studied for more than a year ,.k;'
county officials have asked donation was one of the commissions postponement. commissioners questioned bud-

of the building for a who voted for asking the Plan Strongest opposition to the geting procedures for two ap S .
health or educational purpose.The 'Board to prepare a proposedcode code at last night's hearing pointed boards provided in the : .5.

Gainesville Fine Arts Assn. he felt the overall effectof came from an arguing, finger- code, provisions requiring hot A'r t4S
seeks the building for a cultural the code as considered last waving Sigsbee Scruggs.The water facilities and issuance of

center. night deserved more scrutiny attorney pleaded againstthe a warrant where a propertyowner
Commissioner Jack Durrance from the commission."I : "paternalism of govern- refuses admittance to a < 3 M

said the Alachua County School want to hear some good ment to tell citizens what to do, city inspector.In .
Board has asked for the pro- solid reasoning on how this except where public health and an aside, Richardson not
perty too. He said he has been (code) will increase the amountof safety is involved." ed that be felt there were a
told by the school board that if low rent housing," WinD ex He drew applause from the lot things worse than the pro

they are given the building and plained. "My greatest concernis audience of about 50 citizens posed code. ...,y /r.7T.SyJpw JJ
have extra space, they will provide that we carelessly include re- who ignored hurricane warn- "Name one," Mayor McKinney -
room for a fine arts center.In strictions that would preventlow ings to crowd the commissionroom challenged.

a related development, cost rental landlords from at the Utilities Operation "Uneducated and hungry children Hurricane?
Walter H. Murphey, North Florida providing housing." Center."I ," Richardson answered. What
civil defense director, asked Commissioner James Rich- challenge this commissionto Commissioners also have a
that if the building is given the ardson, noting he did not feel he put this (proposed code) to a 7:30 p.m. meeting scheduled today Interest in the proposed housing code outweighed any temptations to stay home ai$
county and city, that he be could vote for the "present"code vote of the people of this to begin the first of a listen to weather bulletins for a crowd of about 50 citizens last night. Frank Boyle,

given space in it for shelter but favored some modIfications town," Scruggs said. "If they series of budget review. ses standing, ponders a point as he addresses city commissioners during the four-ht -
'- and office of administrative as- pass it I will be satisfied. sions. J- hearing. (Sun photo b>: Tommy Lewis.). v *

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I x7!Rx evyww uvrrx awuv aaxy. CommissionWon't : .

' Establish Road :* Alachua Johnson Plays It Loose .| MeetThe \

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. Zone Districts S COMMISSION COUNTY rI: I >: On Plane Hop to DetroitWASHINGTON :day, will Sept.Alachua not 15.Commissioners. meet County next Commission Tues-

The Alachua County Commission where such districts already ex- ---"----------------_.-- (APPresi- Rear Adm. George C. Burkley, Defense Department officials will convention attend the of

yesterday created zone ist, as in municipalities. dent Johnson flew to Detroit on and the officer carrying the have expressed concern privately 35th anniversary
Williston Cutoff Low Bidder Labor without the usual codes made the trip aboard a the state Association of County
districts 1,000 feet on each side In other zoning matters, the Day about the President's use of Commissioners in Clearwater
of several commission physician or a code-carrying plane identical to Johnson's
major roads.
county :
On GeneratorCarlos
the smaller Jetstar.
plane, a Wednesday next
Sunday through
Next step is for the zoning Granted special permis- Light Planned military officer aboard his because the President's planewas
commission to recommend zon- sion to P. VV. Thompson to use Hope Electric Co. was small jet transport.It filled to capacity. Those, They argue that it does not have week.

ing classification for the newly his property at 3405 HawthorneRd. The Alachua county commis- apparent low bidder to sell Ala- also was learned Tuesday with Johnson included five the full range of communications -I I Sidney Martin, Hawthorne, a

created districts. The county for storage of used building sioners decided Tuesday to approve chua County a standby gener-, that the plane that carried the members of Congress from I equipment available on member of the Alachua commis-

commission then must approvethe materials, provided the mater- installation of a traffic ator for the county courthouse. doctor and officers had a pres- Michigan, two labor union l Air Force One, nor does it have sion, will be installed as vice

Classifications. ials are stored at the rear of his control light system at the in- Hope bid $7,200 for a genera- surization breakdown en route officials and a White House: as large a crew or capacity. president. He is presently sec

Zone districts were created lots out of public view. tersection of U. S. 441 and the tor, with an alternate, bid of f, to Detroit and descended from speech writer. So far as is known, they have retary treasurer of the state

along Interstate-75, U. S. 441, The board referred back to Williston Cutoff, a link to Inter- $6,467 on another model if it t, 24,000 feet to 8,000 feet. The Several White House and I not raised questions of safety. I bea

U. S. 301 and State Road 24 the zoning commisssion with a state 75. meets specifications.Jim White House said no hazard was One program feature will
through the favorable rec o m m e ndation panel discussion on mental
county except The commission appointedJack Hope Electric Co. bid: involved. ,
Thompson's request to rezonean Durrance, Edgar Johnsonand $7,460. Since he became President, Inland Daytona Motels health programs as they involve
commissions, based on ,
: county
Eour-Lane adjacent property from agri- Sidney Martin as a com- Bids were opened Tuesday by Johnson had never made a in Alachua County.
culture to business A. procedures
mittee to study costs and the county commisson. Sidn e y lengthy flight without having
Bids Recognized a right to non- prove the job.. Martin, Jack Durrance and Edgar the White ,House physician: Doing Booming BusinessInland
Sought use by Thomas
Johnson were appointed a: aboard the same aircraft. HeI
Travis of his property 500 feet The county purchases such installations committee with power to act t I I also had been accompanied by motels in the Day- made a big rush on super Gainesville Sun

Oil Hy. 301The north of High Springs and 1800 at cost from the Cityof choose the lowest, best bid. an officer carrying top-secret 1 tona Beach area were doing a markets' Tuesday deple ting I,

feet west of U. S. 441. Travis Gainesville. codes that he would need in the thriving business taking i n such supplies as bread and Published evenings except
[operates a cafe in an agricul- I beach dwellers who fled from candles before holing t o Saturday, and Sunday morn-
State Road Departmenthas SubDivisionPlat event of a national security up ings by the Gainesville Pub-
['called for bids to build 8Vi tural zone. Seek Roads emergency. the low areas threatened by ride out the storm.Cyprus lishing Company at 101 SE
miles of four-lane highway He has asked that his property Studied routine :Hurricane Dora. 2nd Place. Gainesville Floridc,
be rezoned to Business B. Both precautions were and entered second class
along U. S. 301 from the north Late last night the Daytona
administration of Talks Ottice
However In SubdivisionThe during the matter at the Post or
County Atty. Wayne
city: limits of Hawthorne to Carlisle advised, of the I A preliminary plat for Buck: President John F. Kennedy. Beach News Journal reportedthat Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
State toad 26 at Orange use prop- ingham West sub-division was I the popular beach area
erty as a cafe pre dated the Alachua County Com Johnson made his five-hour ATHENS, Greece (AP) -! RATES BY
Heights. will to b t in presented to the Alachua coun round trip to Detroit aboard a was deserted, nearly all of the Foreign Minister Spyros Kyprinou CARRIER OR MAIL
mission -
a i
zoning regulations. try o
The project will be the third, ty commissioners for approval 1 trans- peninsula side of the city hav- I Week .45
Deferred action in Devonshire Hills Sub- Air Force of arrived from
on requestsby roads 12-passenger Cyprus
four lane 3 Mos. $5.85All
segment of U. S. 301 Tuesday.The ing been evacuated.
J. H. Ward and Orrell Buck- division, so that they can be port. He had been scheduled to Nicosia Tuesday for talks with
to under contract. A short subdivision, being developed -
go moil
Resort hotels, restaura n ts, subscriptions must
stretch has been completedfrom ler to rezone properties on maintained for the 15 families by Fordyce Associates, fly aboard the regular presidential I and business establish- Premier George Papandreou.He be paid in advance.
Hawthorne Rd. plane, Air Force One. stores Member of Audit Bureau of
which live there. i
Island Grove to the Mar lies 75
west of Interstate anc
ments were boarded up tight in told newsmen that he Circulation. I
ion County line.A The commissioners decided south of Newberry Road. It includes The shift to the much after the Halifax River area. would discuss the forthcoming All material contained herein Is
announced the property of the Gainesville
previous contract was let Tuesday to ask the developer, 12 lots. plane was Democratic Steve Pappas, managing ed- meeting of the U.N. Security Publishing Company, (c) 1964.
to build the four-lane road G. M. Davis chairman and I Johnson said the Reproduction In whole or in partIs
More AboutJohnson John Camp, to give the coun- for the flight. itor of the News-Journal told Council on Cyprus scheduled for strictly' forbidden without the
from the Bradford County line Edgar Johnson were appointeda I party would pay written pem..jslon of the publisher \
New York.
next in
ty right of way for the streets. the Sun that Daytona residents Tuesday
south to White House
Orange Heights. committee to study the plat. The. :
Only remaining section to be Residents have asked the -------

readied is the section from county to maujtain the streets. I ,' .,. ,7..., .' ...".., --." .,
(' ::: {? "
Hawthorne to Island Grove, From Page 1 However, because they are 1
about 8 miles. private roads, the county legally -

Six in other the area bid call road, two projectswere from pie toric of chat weeks that ago Johnson for the reportedly his-. to cannot do the move work. equipmentin P&G's SAViNGS AmY i Size S j

Alachua, two from Clay and
one ,each from Levy and Un- began by saying, "in ef- Wayne Carlisle, county at- ,[ HEADQUARTERS J. {With $5 A
ion counties. fect: "Hubert, you're it. said the sub-division
Later that night, on landing at EVERYBODYcFoodOrEVERYB
Alachua: First, resurface 8 predates the county plat law,
the Atlantic his
miles of SR 20 from the Put City airport on and is not in violation of law. I
way to Convention Hall, there SAVES 59Cash&seriesEBondS
nam County line west via Haw- r N rs
was brief dual confer-
a news
thorne to SR 325. Second, pave ence. Seeks REDEEM P G G
about 51,000 square yards of County 45,000lOOHBSf
"Mr. President
a reporter HERE
roads, sidewalks and drainage e
asked, "how much campaigning tor ent ring
structures at the University of Sunland Land Prizes just /
Florida. are you going to assign to

Clay: First, pave 1-3 mile of Senator Humphrey?" The Alachua County Commis- GET DETAILS Size
"All he can take, replied, '- "
road in Gold Head Branch Johnson. sion, serving as a committee en- HERE .

State Park. Second, pave mile "Hnw much ic: that SonatftT. tire, will study the county's request -
miles of SR S-315 from 5.2 miles to the Florida Board ofj i
Humphrey? someone asked
southwest of Green Cove I Commissioners of State Institutions -
the senator. a
Springs southwesterly.Levy for 40 of Sunland
acres Coupons I
"All he asks me to do, replied -
: Pave two miles of SR Training Center land. I
Humphrey.In TWO STORES 8 N.W. 16th AVE.Lge
: .
S-339-A from SR 500 mile /
one The wants the -,
Akron and Youngstown county property i" (
northwest of Bronson south- Q with 71 AND NEWBERRY ROAD
Monday Humphrey said: "The ; for an agricultural
west to Blue Springs. I SAYINGS
President is going to be a very and county fair grounds. coupon
Union: Pave 4% miles of SR
busy president of the United Connor 1
Doyle agricultur a
S-238-A from SR 18 north and
,States. His first responsibility commissioner, wrote the commissioners 2 Cans
west to SR S-239, and SR S-239
is to conduct the business of Tuesday that the I
from SR S-238-A to R S-239-A.
government; his second re- state will not give the land I with SNOWDRIFT

More i\])outBarry sponsibility is to conduct a away. It is appraised at $26,000' 2 for
} n
campaign. or $900 an acre. }.
Humphrey added: "I know I' The county was invited to JISHOPl jI SHORTENING
will have considerable -
a amount /
make an offer to buy the land. 18
of activity in this campaign. Sunland doesn't need it.Plans .
Normally, I work about 19 hoursa COPELAND OR FROSTY MORNLYKE'S 3 59 Y
From Page 1 day. Sometimes I slack off to 49 r N j
18 hours." Juvenile HAMS HALF OR
dress, Goldwater said tic would LB.
This, it is carefully explained,
UM the growing revenues of an
does not mean a light politicking HereA FRUITS and VEGETABLES
expanding economy to finance a Study PALM
the President. Dem-
tax cut and keep the federal
budget" in the black. I ocrats readily predict Johnson federal official involved in I RDRB.ACON Lb. 49

"What we want," Goldwater will be out barnstorming as in- the county's study of juvenile I U.S. NO. 1
said, "is an open and above- tensively as his running mate facilities will visit GainesvilleOct.
when the campaign warms II FRESH PORK BOSTON 10 'ibs.
board way to keep govern- in a few weeks.Home 57. c POTATOES. .
ment's hands where they be- The visitor will be Gordon! BUTT GOOD TO 39

long. And we say that govern- Thefts Nelson, Consultant on detention Lb. SUNKIST

ment's hands do not belong in care administration, tech do
jour pockets." nical aid branch, division of ju.1 DELL'S FLA. GRADE "A" LEMONS .1 %. 250 }

Goldwater promised Saturday Reported.. venile rl..1innl11. >nf'V' services: :!e 29 r
he :would, if elected, seek a Nelson said he'would liketo\\1. FRYERS WHOLESWIFT'S Lb. APPLES 4 ibs.
program of automatic, annual A revolver, jewelry and coins meet with groups and persons 490

tax:cuts. A top campaign aide were taken from the home of in the county concerned with i PREMIUMBAKING
unveiled Monday details of the Titus J. Harper, 834 SE 9th cello for
care and detention of juve- : CARROTS Pkg. 2 210
across-the-board, five per cent St., by someone who broke in- niles. HENS Lb. 39
annual reduction program. to the house Tuesday throughthe I
G. M. Davis, county commis-
Firing round of criticism front door. YELLOW
a new '
at Johnson's at Police said the burglar sion chairman, was appointed q 00 ibs.
policies 3 25CHUCK
to gather material for Nelson in'' / ONIONS
home and abroad, Goldwater reached through missing jal- advance of his visit.Requiem FRANKS (ALL B ODSPk9.) .
said the President "won't debate ousie panes and unlocked the 12

anything candidate: to front door. Chests, dresse r s

candidate, man to man." and other furniture was ran- Mass ROAST Lb. 49

He said the people will not sacked. .

forget that while Johnson About $25 was taken from BOSTON (AP) A Requiem

"speaks of the Great Society, ;the office of Dr. Raymond J. Mass was celebrated Tuesdayfor FRESH

our cities and suburbs are Fitzpatrick, 706 SW 4th Ave. Dr. Norman A. Welch,
turning into the lawless society Entry was gained t h r o u gh!president of the American Med- GROUND BEEF 3
." sliding glass doors on the ical association, who died 5 _

Goldwater accused_. Ambassador II north side of the office. ,Thursday. ;
Adlai JK.- Stevenson chiefUS SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 98
delegate to the United 1
Nations, of extremist talk and Do YOU want to LOSE

labeled the Democratic vice ar

presidential nominee, Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey of Minne-

sota, "the most extreme liberal

in the Senate." 2O' BIG VALUES H 9,


1County BIRDS EYE Tomato Soup 10% MOcl;

20 DAYS? 10oz. Mix 'Em 2/39 I
CORN 29c
From Page i Pint
It May, or May Not, Be Easf

punch, electronic data pro- Using COMET RICE LEAF & CHOPPED SCOTT '
cessing. Before After SPINACH 10-oz. Mix 'Em Up 2/39 .
"No Hunger" Diet
161 Ibs. 141 Ibs. Toilet Tissue 2 25c
First step in the county'spending Ron
EDP program will be In clinical tests, a doctor states that a few patients lost 20 poundsin WINTER GARDEN '

to change over procedures in 20 nonconsecutive dieting days, yet reported they sufferedno FRUIT PIES 3 for 1.00 CHARCOAL BRICKETTSFROSTY
the tax assessor's office. hunger discomfort (The lady pictured b one of them.)

After that the county e x- Thousands of users have reported success with the diet. Hundredsof ACRESLEMONADE. : I

pects to move into s eve pal doctors have requested thousands of copies for their patients. 6-oz. can 101.00Henderson's 20 LB. BAG 890
other agencies shifting manual

or mechanical proceduresto ,:. Comet Rice makes no guarantees nor

high-speed punch cards. CoMET claims for this diet A few users dislike Del MonteCATSUP Chase Sanborn "r
Offices tentatively earmarkedfor the Diet. Individual reactions vary.

change-over to EDP in- -5R See your doctor before dieting. COFFEE

clude the tax collector's o f- Comet GIANT GRAIN Rice I Is BOTH Vitafiedand Sugar .
fice, voter registration office;, Enriched.
Every cooks
and Ala- grain up big, white, 1 LB. 1
county commission fluffy and tender.Insist on Comet Rice. 5 LB. BAG
chua General Hospital. I OZ.-BOT.
The Alachua County school '_' For your Free Copy of the Diet send your 49* 14

board and the City of Gaines- k name, address and a Comet GIANT GRAIN 59with -

ville have indicated they mightbe = Diva Rice Box Top to: 2 for 35
interested in putting pay RICE (with $!S order ( $5! order
.._ COMET BOX 1881 DALLAS 21, TEXAS( or more)
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III P.Auto Industry Talks Head for 'One of Largest' Contract Settlements Today .- I

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Near flcrfc Simrs by Wednesday's 10 a.m. strike out, but a sense of optimism I plus a cost of living adjust- including a cost-of-living ad-] Details on the nature of the retired workers. union demands for added relief I
deadline. prevailed around the negotiating -ment that the company figured justment. That would make,probable settlement were not And Chrysler was reported to I : time for assembly line
By DAVID R. JONES Authoritative sources said I rooms at Chrysler head- would add 10 cents to the pack- this year's settlement one of clear,but sources said the com- have given some concessions to v orker a
f 1 DETROIT A peaceful con-that encouraging progress had quarters. age over that time. the largest, if not the largest,.pany had increased pension, -
1 tract settlement between Chry- been made in the talks since Sources speculated Tuesday Such a settlement would be in industry history. pay, vacation and early retirement Cholera Toll
sler Corp., and the Unit e dIi the two sides buckled down Sat- night that a strike-free settle- roughly in line with the cost of Auto workers earn an aver benefits beyond its initial -
Automobile Workers union ap- urday to serious bargaining on ment would emerge Wednesday the 1955 automobile industry age basic wage of$3.01 an hour, .
offer.The union expected KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia.states has taken two more lives,
peared to be in the making basic economic issues. There morning that would cost Chry- agreement,which has been var- and fringe benefits and over- was
Ii Tuesday night as labor negoti- was no official comment on the sler between 45 cents and 50 iously estimated at 45 cents to time pay raises that to around to divert some of the new (AP) The cholera epidemic(raising the nationwide total to
ators struggled for an accord outlook because of a news black- cents an hour over three years, 60 cents hourly over three years, $3.90 to $4.11 an hour. money into bigger pensions for sweeping Malaysia's east coast l46.
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OF artYic ; Jf Yeah, Yeah


.i ? a 'They Stink'By Pf|
JOHN R. HARRISON President and
PuMiihtri PAT COWLES, vtti Pm60Florida's
dent Ed JOHNSON, Vici Prtildent ''
Beautiful .' ,,. and Executive Edileri; W. O. (Sill) WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.I .
'University City' I",.) Vtrtising EBERSOLE OirKtor, VK; BOB President TARTAOLIONE and Ad- By RALPH McGILL .. t ,.C.:r.k., J o have a niece aged 12 who writes to ask me whether, con-

I Vic President and Circulate Manager. Of FilUser the AU.Pni.,...Winning(Ga.) Cenitltatla FibNifcer* tie' sidering my connections with great men, I might secure for

j THE SUN'S POLICY her a hair from the head of-the Beatles. I assume that my I

I 1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news columns. A own embarrassed inability to make my niece's dream come

I 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. StruggleOf true is a frustration shared by millions of my brothers and

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.. sisters in middle age who can no more hope to satisfy the

latest desire of trusting sons and daughters than the
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 4 :iI our
::1 Want Ads316.4612Entertainment ImportTo i peasant families of 15th century France could hope to ad-
duce a hair from the head of Joan of Arc to provide their

? children with talismanic protection against evil, English or

j or History? NationNew r- other.

( AS AN ADDICTED sailor I have listened attentively to argu-
I How delightful it would be if the casions, even though there is a lot ments between spokesmen of two schools of thought, those

television networks accepted the advice of nonsense mixed in with the seri- York Notebook In who believe that seasickness is psychosomatic, and those

i of some television stations on ous convention business. The TV net- one respect, at least, the New ,- others who believe that its causes are altogether physical. I

reporting of the national presidential works have the responsibility as wellas York State campaign for the ,, have tended on the basis of my own experience, to side with ,

\ political conventions! the opportunity of giving the pub- U. S. Senate is no enigma the latter having seen my own son at age\ 5 become convul-
wrapped in a It sively seasick well before he could possibly know that it is
lic the full story of history in the rep-
resents effort M4UlialN fashionable to have a nervous stomach. By extension, I am
an by each of ;; Q+.v
These stations do not want the at events which ;
making occur only the two parties in the state to drawn to the conclusion that a devotion to the Beatles is not

public deprived of alternative "en- every four years. There are times regroup and reorganize for GUILTY I AS CHARGED psychosomatic but in some way organic, and I worry all theCARPETBAGGING

I tertainment" during a convention. when the TV networks should and the future. But because New more_.

They would prefer to have one net- do recognize that some things are York is so much a key state In my defense I wish to

work cover the convention and let more important than just giving the in all things the arts, litera- say that I am tolerant beyond
ture and politics, the effect of recognition where modern
the other two networks carry their public what it seems to want. the struggle will have national music is concerned. I heard

customary programs. impact. the atonal Schoenberg for the

The criticism of coverage of the The Democratic Party in It's No first time years ago with instant -

Thus the public would not be deprived conventions that TV networks should New York has long been in Novelty appreciation. And if thatis

of the opportunity to enjoy take seriously comes, not from those need of new blood and enthusiasm. .,... renounced as highbrow exhibitionism -

Mickey Mouse, Yogi Bear, the Beverly who merely view TV as a source of In New York City I confess as
Mayor Robert Wagner has brut Dark mimI's terial to the objections rais- product had served his native among my favorite record-
Hillbillies, Ben Casey, Death Val entertainment, but from those who ed against his New York ings during my college yearsa
not merely done well as headof By ARTHUR KROCK state notably, and also
ley Days, Paladin, Alfred Hitchcockand were dissatisfied with the way the the three largest cities WASHINGTON The huge Senate candidacy, since his had been on invaluable as- harmonically inexplicable
boxing matches once every four conventions were covered. These are in the world but has shouldered size and enthusiasm of the residence was in a part of rendition by some group or
years when the political parties people with an interest in politics and carried a heavy party crowds of Empire State in- the region tenanted by those sistance to Attorney General other of a thing called "Fry
.I Kennedy in overcoming resis- Me Cookie With of
who work in a
load. Washington. But
choose their candidates for presidentand and government. They wanted to habitants that gather these
adopt their platformsThe hear the talks made at the conven- THERE ARE A handful of days wherever Robert F. Ken- his choice of New York was tance among Senate Republicans Lard." When Elvis Presley
others in the state who also nedy goes campaigning do made on considerations in to the political chia- came along I was consignedto
tion rather than some interview or have hold the which his own interest, and hopeless vulgarity by my
helped party to- not foretell that all or even cane and dubious legality of
complaining stations say that off-floor incident, which could have gether. most of them who are eligiblewill not that of the people of the the administration's choice of discerning friends for suggesting .

where viewers had the opportunityto been recorded for later transmission. Robert Kennedy's electionas vote for him in Novem- state, was plainly paramount. the Interstate Com merce that he was somehow,

tune out the conventions in favorof They wanted to see the political senator would be much Clause as a foundation of the worth listening to.

independent TV attractions, the leaders and delegates at the conven- more than a party victory. It ber.But they do seem to establish THAT WAS demonstrated Equal Rights Bill of 1964. AN ESTIMABLE critic writ-
would enable the party lead- beyond reasonable doubtan by three highly visible But when it became evident
entertainment outdrew the tion, not the TV the
programs reporters
ing for National Review aft-
ership to rally around him as attitude toward his aspira- facts: ((1)) Robert.Kennedy's that Keating's seat was the
political conventions. Maybe so at marchers outside the convention er Mr. Presley writhe
a new, young leader and re- tion to represent them in the brother Edward is already a only one within reach, no oth- seeing
!some times during the conventions, hall.What build the state organizati United States Senate in which Senator from Massachusettsand er consideration was allowed his way through one of EdSullivan's

but we doubt that this was true most is needed is not less cover- from the grass roots. The op- there is no trace of resent- is the nominee to succeed to stand in the way. shows, remarkedthat

of the time. And, if true it does not of convention but ponenents of Robert Kennedy ment against him as a "Car- himself. ((2)) There was an extrapolation from
age a more sensible the demure bumps and grindsof
follow that the networks should consistently fail to appreciatethe petbagger." no possibility of contestingthe IT IS CURIOUS that the
Frank Sinatra back whenhe
coverage addressed, not to entertain- appeal he has for young Democratic senatorial critics of Robert Kennedy for
abandon the of full
policy with Dor-
coverageof played Tommy
ment seekers, but to citizens who ex- people. This is perhaps be- IF THIS apparent disre- nomination in Virginia with challenging the sanctity of in-
political conventions. cause he genuinely likes them gard of the principal criti- Harry F. Byrd. ((3) If the tra-state political selection sey, on through the orgiasticb's
to vote in the 1964 and of Elvis
pect presidential Presley,
and is interested in them. His cism which has been made of Democratic senatorial nomi- should include many who

These conventions are historic oc- election. interest goes far beyond mere Kennedy's baldly expedient nation for vice presidentwas have applauded the congres- tainers suggested would that have future to wrestle enter-

sentiment. In Washingt o n, candidacy in New York State denied to Robert Ken- sional legislation and federal with live octopuses in orderto
D. C., for example he gave was unexpected by its crit- nedy, New York was t h estate judicial rulings by which

I Death of a War HeroEvery much of his time to young de- ics, those among them who offering the most prom- state lines have almost been entertain audience.a mass The D American atlesdon't -

linquents and young criminal have supported the dominant ising opportunity to stay in dissolved. Even more incon- in fact do this but how
offenders to the end that re- political and judicial doc- public office. The Kennedy sistently, these critics at the
has produced few than happy if that list could be for- one wishes they did! And
war a
habilitation be available. On name has special magic
trines of the last few decades moment are trying to preventthe how this
wishes the
heroes whose deeds and fame have ever closed and the only new heroes the day of his resignation as should be the least surprised.For there and the principal Dem- use of the power grantedto would one win. octopus -

made a lasting mark on the memoryof could be those of attorney general he was late in pursuance of these doctrines ocratic county leaders were Congress in the Constitutionto
peace. I
hope and belov-
the nation. Sgt. Alvin C. York for a press conference be- the government struc- open to easy persuasion that curb the Supreme Court in pray my
ed niece
cause he was delayed bya ture of the United States has only by this magic could its assumption of power to legislate Mary Lee will not see
of World War
such product I.
was Unfortunately that time has these words, because that
not program in his honor given been rapidly moving away Sen. Keating conceivably be to amend the Constitution -
j Captain Colin P. Kelly occupied a Americans defeated for re-election. surely will be the end of a
yet come. are still being by 3,000 students. from a Federal Union toward and to make and remake -
similar niche in the early days of the called to face hostile fire in Viet ROBERT KENNEDY is a mass democracy in Keating was a home-grown national policy at will. her friendship so secure that only

more recent war in the Pacific. Nam. Others are required to face almost committed to the idea of a which the several states have S could fidelity possibly to damage the Beatles it.

constant danger in closer relationship between lost most of their long established But let
potentially TALLY ON TRUANTS me say it, as evidence
city and state. Both suffer for
York survived to live a identities-except
Sergeant explosive parts of the world. of my final measure of
from the traditional hostili-
long and relatively uneventful life their boundary-lines on devotion to the truth: The
ties. There are today more map, their common right to NtlU 11ark mimtl1 Beatles
that came to an end last week. Even in some of our efforts to persons in the suburbs of cit two senators apiece and to WASHINGTON Election-year truancy is sweeping the ful-I would consider merely it sac-aw-

Captain Kelly lost his life on a return bring peace stability and a better ies than in the cities them- presidential electors chosen House of Representatives at a rate that is appalling to the riligious to say anything less

flight from the successful bombingof way of life for underdeveloped peo- selves. They demand city by a majority within each leaders struggling to get the remaining "must" bills throughfor than that they are godawful.

a Japanese battleship off the Phil- ples; there are civilians who are play- services in fire protection, police state. President Johnson. They are so unbelievably horrible -
sewerage, water, and the After so great and rapid a
ippines. ing heroic roles without the rewards many other duties a city pro- transformation in the form of The hooky-players appear to feel that their absences are so appallingly unmusical -
and praise that to York and rendered harmless by their prearrangements for pairingsof so dogmatically insensitive -
vides. Yet, the suburbs, peacefully and
government to the magic of the
absentee "yes" and "no" votes. But the system doesn'talways art
Both men made great personal con- Kelly. lacking a city tax base are with the assent of popular that
work out the way it is planned, nor does it give the they qualify as crowned
of their the most infuriated by taxesto RobertKennedy's
tributions in defense coun voting majorities pairing member the security he seeks. heads of anti-music, even as
try. Their contributions were in There are those who fear that pay for the services they decision to test the impostor popes went
must have. with full legality what has An example came last week when the House was con- down
than those of in history as "anti
reality no greater heaping honors the -
on of
war sidering the Food for Peace
There are more than 8 mil- been the historic and soundly program. "
many others except for the fact glorifies war and obstructs the prog- lion persons in New York based preference of the One question was whether to bar Communistcontrolledcountries popes.IT HELPS A little bit to

that circumstances made their bra- ess toward peace. City. There are about 12 mil- inhabitants of the states is from buying American surplus food commoditiesat know that no one thinks they

very an inspiration to their com- lion in its suburbia. UpperNew but a step in the same direc- bargain prices. There were 71 absentees 50 Democrats and are more of a joke than the

rades and a tremendous morale builder We disagree. On the contrary, York State has a consid- tion that, if his reception by 21 Republicans. None of the absentees had advance notice of Beatles themselves, and one

for the nation as a whole. Americans like Sergeant York and erable amount of agriculture.A the crowds is a reliable indications what the motion was to be. is relieved In supposing that
Kennedy organization would is agreeable to a Sixteen Democrats were paired "until further notice," regardless they go to bed at night laugh.
Kelly should" be honored as seek to unite all these ele- large segment of the peopleof of the issue. Eighteen were paired apparently withat ing at their utterly inexplicable 'J
The changes that have come aboutin men who did not want to fight and ments into one organization New York. least a vague notion that such an issue might come up, success, if solemn at the

the development of new weapons kill. They typified this country's tra- sensitive to the needs of but with no knowledge of how it would be expressed.Yet thought that they must inhabit -

cause one to wonder if the long list ditional desire to avoid and preventwar each. THE VOTING majority in the Congressional Record shows them-and they include a world that features them-

of individual heroes of war will be when that is possible. But it Robert Kennedy will not at- November may disapprove some of the most consistent foes of communism selves. I do not begrudge the

ended with the names of York and was forced on them tain his 39th birthday until these indications because around-as opposing the strictest anti-Communist legislative Beatles their success. The ,
they accepted
November. The thought of his though Kennedy's politicalchange international
sanction that the House has voted on to date. derangem e n t
Kelly. their responsibilities and carried winning produces tremors in of base is respectable was not caused by them, they .
them out with honor to themselvesand GOP state circles.- as wellit in contrast with the mi- merely catalyzed it. :

People everywhere would be more all of us. may. gration of Northern scala- 'Bobby Remember Where What could it have been,
SENATOR KENNETH Keat- wags to the conquered south that caused the ear of an en- f
ing has refused to endorse or for office and emoluments tire younger generation to go '
oppose nominee Goldwater.He they could not elsewhere acquire You're From Noitfc so sour? What would one
has angered the more fanatic it equally is "carpet think of one's niece's palateif
Voice of the People fringe of Goldwater supporters bagging" in the sense his crit- ( ) New York Times Liberal Party dinner Sept. 24. she sailed into a Howard

I and a very consid- ics are employing the term. NEW YORK When New "Gee Alex, I think I'm Johnson and ordered a banana -
II I erable fringe it is but there By political affiliation and York's Liberal Party nominated booked for something in Bos- and kidney sandwich? One

I are compensations. The mod ties of ancestry, Massachusetts Robert F. Kennedy for the ton that night," Kennedy be- would take her to the near. jest
On The Sun's Opinion Page==== erate GOP progressives who is his sponsor state. That Senate, Alex Rose, state vice doctor-but there at the ;
were thrown out at the San he was domiciled in Virginia chairman, told Kennedy he gan."Better forget that one," doctor's there is stand 1 n g I

Opinions end comments ef Sun readers ere welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Francisco convention are while serving the federal would be expected to make his Rose said. "Remem b e r, room only, and the doctors:!
must be signed end bear the writers address. Names will ba withheld if requested A letter should with him. Former Attorney government is a point imma- acceptance speech at a big you're a New Yorker now" come to the conclusion that it .
not exceed 500 word and mutt be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ... used. The General Herbert Brownell is is the parents who are sick
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it,,without changing the
Intent. meaning or managing his campaign. The not the children.

Power Play The message. If you don't approval of the bill by the venerable put Senator Thomas Keating Dewey nomi- "ff S POTOMAC FEVERBy I TELL YOU my friends, I'

vote for President Job nson House 226 to 184, was a classic nation before the state con- it is like seasickness whichis

Via Taxes your tax dollar will be used example of the political clout vention. Senator Keating will JACK WILSON, Cowles not a cultivated, or hallucinatory L
against you. Is this the kindof not lack adequate financ i a 1 Washington Bureau weakness, but something -
triumphing Sen. Goldwater he's
over common says pleased with
treatment of his
press Prescott t
GOP speech. that derives
government we want? If support. The progres- from a lamentable
sense. Careful
EDITOR, Sun: Not only so, we are blind to the future sives would like to use the again, writing, Barry.what A reporter you said.may be OK one day, but the next day he's at it and organic imbal .,

what you can do for your consequences of this type of "Mr. Johnson now has the senator's candidacy to begin ance. If our children can lis-

country, but what your coun- power or want to be a part of weapon with which he hopesto the way back to control. If Four administration officials want ten avariciously to the Beatles -
such abuse. win the votes of the '35 mil- Senator Keating wins and subpoenas quashed so they won't have to it must be beca use
try can do to you, seems to testify in the Bobby Baker case. They'd hate to
lion anything that in-
American who, he says Senator Goldwater is defeated say our genes we trans
be the idea according to Flor- We quote an editoral from are on the verge of starva- they will be well along the jure a man they never heard of. mitted to them a tendency to

ida State Democratic National the Chicago Tribune. tion. We wonder how the bill way toward wresting controlof > -- some disorder of the kind.

Committeeman Rooseveltin "A browbeaten Congresshas would have fared if congressmen the national party machinery i ThetiIy thing used the to Democratic live there. big shots know about Baker is that Sher What was our sin? Was it our
Gainesville Sun article of
a had voted the Goldwater ex- devotion to Frank Sinatra
Job nson's secretly, as from ,
August 25. The idea that if approved Mr. their Judy Garland
consciences and com- tremists. Fitzgerald -
Florida dares vote Republican $947-million and'anti has- sent poverty'program it to mon sense told them, insteadof These veterans will make Keating Bobby Kennedy this will says, he won't vote i in .Massachusetts in November. Ken ? How could that be? We I
again we can. expect to !in a public roll call Robert Kennedy's campaignmore says give Bobby practice that will be useful when he does worshipped at the shrine; of
!in not
the White House very vote in the Senate, in January.
lose the canal have
barge much he where dissenters would brand difficult. But already Purity. What then gods and \-
the same form as
the space program cut in themselves as candidates for they seem to have made their goddesses, was our sin, the "
half, maintainence of inland originally requested."A White House retribution." first mistake. They are say- Clarkson College, in Pottsdam, N. Y., admits nine women students after 57"years harvest of which we now are
waterways cut off, and on of men only. You watch-next thing you'll have is intermarriage. reaping? We
resigned Senate gave almost Is America to be a free ing the Atlantic City conven may not know
and on until the printed col- routine approval to the country? We had better wise tion ovation for Robert Kennedy President Johnson what it was, even as Oedipus
umn is blurred with tears of minor changes made last up. was not spontaneous. out vetoed a bill one day and signed it into law the next wiih- did not know during all
sadness and despair. any interruption in the smooth flow of White House statements about how those
t weekend by the House. The OBSERVER; They are wrong. expertly the country is being run. he was years cursed.the reason wh/ I

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In the view of most American voters, this year's Presidential "
\ campaign is a contest between a "radical" Sen. Barry I'
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I Lyndon Johnson. I
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I two candidates for the Presidency it has "a choice and not an.1
t i3cho." But the claim of Senator Goldwater's supporters :. ,.._,.,

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Gainesville Sun Wednesday September, 9, 1964

women f n m Wedding HIGH SPRINGS /- Miss- Vows Solemnized Lfli] I J nmltl (Junior Women Open

Mary Peggy Watson, daughter -
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie (, Season TomorrowDecorations
.j THE Chester Watson of High i AP Feed Ed.per

f fflfflILY y yRuth Springs, and Albert Roscoe THE BRIDE COOKS DINNER

Green, son of ,Mrs. Lorene End-pf-the-season b e r ries in a nautical where they were recognized as
', Green of Archer, were mar make individual desseits. vein will carry out a theme of the top state federation in the
Weimer-! Women's Editor :' ried August 15 in the First Minute Steaks Potatoes "Smooth Sailing" at the first nation based on competition.Co .
Baptist Church of High fall event of the Gainesville
Springs. Rev. Hilton Olive Salad Junior Woman's Club tomorrowat chairmen for this op
If Blueberry Biscuit Beverage event of the Junior's
ENGAGEMENTSWhiteScHenck ening season
I performed the double. i n g the Gainesville Golf and
ceremony.The BLUEBERRY BISCUIT Country Club.Miniature will be Mrs. Robert L.
altar' was banked with 1j Ir.A 2 cups blueberries rinsed I Young and Mrs. William C.

green foliage and centered 6 tablespoons sugar life preservers will Woodbury.
4.'x. 3 festoon the luncheon tables.

t ... ..........., ._ ...u.........,.,u.>>. ..,...._.....,._> with an arrangement of white 1 tablespoon flour I Those assisting will be Mrs.J. .
hi BEACH VA. gladioli and chrysanthemums. 1 tablespoon butter or margarine A business meeting, beginningat J. Anderson, Mrs. James F.
i Nuptial music 10:30: will
was provided a.m., precede the
!. The engagement of Miss Betty by Mrs: J. T. Dowdy, or- % cup biscuit mix luncheon for members and their Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Claude T.
Mrs. William T. Cobb
Jo White, daughter of M r.s. ganist, Mrs; Hilton Olive, 2Vfc tablespoons creamTurn guests. Coffee will be available Buzby, ,
j Guy Hillier and Lt (j j.g.) Rob r Mrs. George W. Corrick, Mrs.
pianist, and Miss .for
ert Shelton Schenck, son .of Mr. p. s ;. Carolyn ...'< .:....... blueberries into 2 in- early arrivals. Robert F. Forlaw, Mrs. Herbert -
Dawn Watson
sister of the <::
and Mrs. Robert S. Schenck of bride,,soloist.Given .> ...:..:..'... dividual glass pie pla'es Luncheon speaker will be I Kaufman, Mrs. Stanley L.
Waldo, is announced today by in marriage by her '.:< /,",' each abut inches across Mrs. J. Frank Johnson Jr. of I;,Livengood, Mrs. Paul D. Moore,
the bride's mother. father, the bride chose a ii. the 1 inch deep.and Stir together Tampa, State Junior Di-!Mrs. Charles McCallum, Mrs.
'. sugar flour; sprinkle I Richard C. Orr, Mrs. Harry
Miss White was graduated gown de sole of fashioned frosted with white peau over berries; dot with but- ector. Mrs. Johnson represented j Prystowsky, Mrs. Sanford E.
from Maury High'School, :2Nor tilly lace bodice' 'and bell- I ter. With a fork, stir togetherthe the Florida Juniors at a recent;Ritch.. Mrs. Vincent G, Stenger,
folk, Va., where she was a ci1l 1'x: : biscuit mix and cream; General Federation meeting!and Mrs. Marion F. Weaver.
shaped Her veil of illusion
; : ""'-' divide in half. Roll
member of Garnet, Tri-Hi-Y, 11' .. 1I'fi. out each
and a senior class representa- fell from silk .organza (' half of dough into a round
tive. She is presently attendingOld roses and she carried a cascade :; / large enough to fit over ber-
bouquet of orchids .,
chrysanthemums "a.
Dominion College, where ries; with a pastry wheel J, cut remediate, i1703 -
.. and a white Bi- M' .w'
r each
she is a member. of EpSilonChi into 4 wedge- r,
Omega sorority. ble.Miss Carolyn Dawn Wat- ,,. Y' ." ., .,;; Frr -. .,.. shaped ries. Bake pieces in ; place on ber
I a moderate ((375
The bridegroom elect: was son, ,maid of honor, wore a F v % y \ degrees) oven until biscuit

graduated from Gainesville i .. floor-length gown of pink silk '. browns about 25 minutes.

High School; where he was a .,Miss .Betty::Jo: WbHe organza over taffeta and a Serve warm with vanilla ice
member of the Spanish Club, matching pink pillbox. She YP ': t
cream. 2 large
Wheel Club, student *council itsmtid) Officers ,Candidate. carried .a cascade of pink Mrs. Albert Roscoe Greening RSH I ings. serv- K. MAIN Si
and Circle K Club. He also was I School, 'U.S1N., Newport, ''R.I: gladioli. --

graduated from Florida State The,wedding will be an event Carlton O'Steen of Forest accessories, and had a ry suit and white accessoriesfor I

University, where he was a I of September 19'at 7 p.m. a t Grove, brother-in-law of the corsage of white lilies. her wedding trip. I
member of Theta Chi fratern-1 the:Norfolk Naval Base Chapel' bridegroom, was the best The bride's parents gave a
man. Ushers were Marion t reception following the cere- After a honeymoon in Day-

i i Smith. of Forest Grove and mony in the Fellowship Hall. tona Beach, the newlyweds

r Underwood Butler George Green of Archer, The bride's table was over- returned to High Springs to Introducing'PORTRAIT
brother of'the bridegroom.The laid with a cut work linen
establish a home. Mrs. Green
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Under- groom elect both attended bride's. mother worea cloth and centered with the .
will teach in the
wood announce the engage- Gainesville High School, where beige satin dress with wedding cake. Silver cande- High QeauTr :.
ment of their daughter, Miss they were/'members; of the Diversified matching accessories and an labra holding white tapers Mr.Springs Green elementary, school. J I SE EIIi y
Ann Underwood Training orchid The bride- ,completed the decorations. presently serv-
Leona. to Rob Cooperative corsage. ing with the U. S. Air Force
ert A. Butler. son of Mr. and projf m.. "< groom's. mother wore a pea- Serving the wedding cake and now stationed in Mis-
Mrs. LeRoy Mullis of Newber-- 'Plani'havc'-beenmade: for a cock blue silk crepe dress, were Mrs. Otis Bridges, Mrs. sissippi, expects to be trans-

September.'>20: wedding at the matching hat, black accessories Dale Smith Mrs. R. A. Pal- ferred to Elgin Air Force +S

ry.The bride elect and bride- Jonesville! 'Baptist, Church.. and had a corsage of mer and Mrs. Peggy Fountain I Base in October. 4
flubnun lilies. Mrs. Carlton Miss Buddy Vaughn,
O'Steen, sister of the bride- Mrs. Delroy Witt and Miss; i

I Bridge Club NotesBy his groom home with, wore whom a yellow he made and Peggy Home Fountain.In High SpringsThe 1I."I) This Offer is Limited to YES! 6 PROOFS

white afternoon dress, match- bride chose a cranberSoroptomist q NANCY JANE / ONI Oft TWO CHILDREN IN EACH fAMILY WILLIE With ETtrr Sitting
'E. : Jfl q ", KK riRiON. EXTKA CHILD, iiio. ju..
JOHN CRAPS The club will meet again Jt* School of Dance X POSES TO G10pei
at.7:30 this evening at the Hol IRQM
Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs. L. : Workshop 'q FHOTOGRAPH HOURS 10 A.M. TO 7 fM. SUNDAYS 12 TO 7
iday Inn. Visitors are invited. /'
E. Grinter were the N or th- 207 N.E. 7th St. t

South winners. in the Monday Slated SaturdaySoroptimist ((A -372-2589- t
Sewing Classes THURS. FRI. SAT. SUN. Phone
evening game of the Gainesville f,s TAP, BALLET TOE ," FREE J ,

i Bridge Club with 82 Vi ,To. Open Soon Clubs from Jack As a member of the Gaines JAZZ .
match points. There were eight sonville, Orlando, Lees burg ville Inter club: Council the Sor- ti Parking SEPTEMBER 10, 11 1 1I 12, 13 376-
'Advance registration f is now ,and Ocala will meet with the optimists participated activelyin t'CATICS' 4
tables in the NO AGE LIMIT ON THIS OFFER 8292
play and average I : ,
being accepted for sewing Gainesville Club Saturday the Council activities I last &"'
score for all pain was 63. classes in':Adult'Education Program from 10 a.m., to 4 p.m. at the season, which included the Can- -

scheduled begin September Utilities Operation Center, 555 cer Education Program and
Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and
14 at 9 a.m. SE Fifth Avenue. Fund Drive The Woman of the
Mrs. R. W Fountain won sec Enrollment is limited: ,to 15 The program will include 1 Year Banquet and the Public

ond place with 72V4, while Mrs.R. in each class. All classes will study: .and discussion of membership Relations Work Shop for all 1

M. Walbeck and Mrs. F. J. be taught in the Adult Educa- recruiting, classi fica- city clubs and civic organiza-

Hoffer were third with 64i tion Building, 711 Wst University -lion, service objectives, fundaisirig tions.
'Avenue. and programming.Mrs. .

Mr. and Mrs. R.: N. Living- I Mrs. Bruce Thomason will Gladys Givens, o: Jacksonville SAUE
Southern Region Extension -
ston led the East -, West contingent give instruction for beginners' :
I Chairman, is in charge
with 74 points. RonaldA. and for those interested in children's of the program. Miss Ethel 1

Bennett and the writer came advanced clothing, tailoring, and ,Peterson, Lieutenant Governor _

in second with 69, while Mrs.R. sewing. ;of the Southern Region, will be

W. Jones and Dr. R. I. trations Further information be on regis ;it speaker. SATURDAY, September 12
I may obtained by Lunch will be serve Bridal luncheon honoring
Johnson were third with 65V4 contacting Mrs. Thomason.
Miss Linda of LaCrosse
City Club Year Old Register -

The ideals for Soroptim ism I bride elect of Her

By Josephine Lowman ire larger fellowship in the. bert Silber, 12:30 p.m. Mrs.
home, in society and in busi-I R. W. Cellon Sr., Mrs. R. W. on two 6-stick pounds of new

ess. Cellon Jr., Mrs. H. L. Moody

/ Their objective is service to I and Miss Patsy Moody at the

Why Grow t he community, nation and to R. W. Cellon home in Hague. Mrs. Filbert's

he world. I I Shower compli m e n tin g Whipped Margarine

Gainesville's year old clubs Miss Linda Register, L a-

a member of the Soropti- Crosse, bride elect of Her-
Old? mist International As.s<-ciation. bert Silber 7:30 p.m., LaCrosse -

Aside from the service projects Clubhouse with Mrs.J. .
'- ...'.' of individual members, F. Parrish, Mrs. G. O.
he Gainesville Club solicited do- Cauthen, Mrs. R. T. Har- ,

Hors. for the North Florida! Eye graves, Mrs. F. R. May, ;

Are You Guilty Of F Bank, supplied reading material Mrs. J. A. Cason, Mrs. Sam ,
i for patients at the Universiy -, Taylor, Mrs. J. L. Norris i a- t
t Teaching Hospital, visited at Mrs. E. T. Norris, Mrs. Lacy yr

These Revealing Remarks unland Training Center, and Doke, Mrs. Larry Rogers, : :' / ., A tI
Contributed: to the fund for Mrs. Carl Harris and Mrs. J. I

ARE YOU GUILTY. 0 f grown and have left home I do earthquake victims in Alaska.i ,T._Sowell, hostesses. .

any of the'following'remarks? not know':what to .do'with my- ,

If so, you had better'check self." r.
up on yourself because these ..Of' Calendar Of EventsThursday r.l
reflect attitudes which can lead "My
to poor health,premature a g- pretty little thing,. but, .ie 11 I / / / ; r ( / t

ing and an old-age outlook at :you ,,know,whenyouri. ; TODAY, September I Morning Coffee f
any age. ries you lose him:;. Club I ;
.,. Gainesville Bridge League for Women Bowlers, :
Some old "Imagine- not inviting uS! 7:30 a.m., Holiday Inn. organizational meeting, 9:30 i
women are at 30while'others'
are youthful at 80. 'They already owe usa, dinner." University of Florida, Education a.m., Palm Lanes, Waldo ,
Dames, S Dr. Road.
Our' attitude toward ''
life makes "I don't believe! ,,. ward they
the difference! and Mrs. Marion Baker. < 1220 Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. !
:say about vitamins NW '18th Avenue. 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Tem !

"I don't have time,or money "I .don't know what he sees University ,of Florida Arts ple, 740 SE 2nd Avenu !

to fool around .with lubricatingcreams j in her ,,.She's.silly.' al way slaughing' and Science Dames* 8 p.m., League of Women Voters, 8 2
and moisturizers yy 444!. .Ii !, ///44. i '
; I 'y {G:
I :about; ,"something. Mrs..Harry Waif, 1605 NW p.m., Room 401, County Court ri : ah'r .t %i Off/lb. i
think it's all a .lot of baloney "I'll'never Jorgive her if I 14th Street. House, Senator J. Em 0 r y fi

anyway just ideas to make J[ive-to ,be.'100.:" Cross and Rep. Ralph Turling 2c i
cosmeticians Recital Miss Helen Bell I 1
the rich. :
Off/lb. :
of exercise '
'l; get,plenty University ton, guest speakers.
8:15 -
Jones, p.m.,
"It doesn't matter what I doing my"botisework.Y'"If Medical Center Auditori OurWhipped Margarine gives you 6 flavor- t
eat. Fat runs in they make her presidentf September 11 whipped sticks in 8*
my family.It's um. Gainesville Bridge Club, every pound, spreads 50% Coupon
the club, I will resign. .
glands! .
my "She is not a, bit smarter Gainesville Entom o log y 9 a.m., Holiday Inn. more bread for your money. And Mrs. Filbert's

"I used to love to danc*. butI t than: our Mamie ,Lou. "They Club, Luncheon, Noon, Park I SATURDAY, September 12 exclusive flavor-secret is in every pat.Your fame

couldn't care less not: j lust push her. If we worked. lane Cafeteria. University Medical Guild ily can use i it lavish)y.Try some today_ 12 s aving.

"At,our age we have to expect ,ritho Mamie Lou;like' they do THURSDAY, September It swim party and luncheon honoring
'rolls over the girdle." ,with: sUsie: Mamie.would'probably'risake' House Staff Wives Club, wives of freshman med-

"It's just plain'neurotic'to go better,gr ides." J. Hfflis Miller'Medical Center ical students, 11 am., Mrs. .
to see a doctor once a if "1' can't see that'she' is 8 :30' pjn., Dr. 'Wilmer ; '
year so W. Enneking 1654 NW 12th sro>:ECauPO>i :. : _.i.I I
feel welL"J Scoggins IS Malore Gardens.
you J g ood-1 otinIl" \ ; ,Road.
"I have worn my hair this It is.;so,easy to fall into Mrs.'Linda Spitzer, guest i

way for 15 years and I am not 'old:.> ge", habits of 'thinking, speaker.Girl ., Worth 8t on purchase of two pounds of -
going to change now." i i nto defeated dreary- attitudes Scout UBA Neighbor- Mrs.filbert's Whipped Margarine

"people are stupid and 'unimaginative. living. hood Meeting 9:30 a.m., Girl I
"At her age it .is ridiculous kVe, Mv '-to give thoogfct to Scout House, '810 NW 8th Mix < Match< I To the Dealer You are authorized to act as OUt agent I
I y. : m redeeming this coupon.Mrs.FrftxrTs you
to back to. You if Avenue.
go ;avoiding these pitfalls our I
with color I its t plus 21 "'"
can't teach an old dog new I happiness is not to be victimized Fun Painters Class, 7:30 I with= eM =provided =
tricks." i them.If : complied with the Urn of the off tr.).H.Filbert.Inc.
by p.m., Florida Union. coordinatedSINGER I Bait/nor 29.Maryland. 217SE J
1 1I
"I don't care if I am over- you have the worry habit Gainesville Junior V7 c- m-

weight! I have to eat to keep ,which is spoiling your enjoyment an's Club, 10:30'a.m.. t Gainesville I C C
my strength up." J of life, send a' stamped, Golf and Country Club, I OFFER EXPIRES IN 30 DAYS I
"I don't know what's wrong !self addressed envelope: for luncheon to follow meet -r rrrrrr.-r-.irrrrrrrrrry
with the younger generation. I my leaflet "Worry," number Gainesville Library Advisory : Fabrics

It's not like it used to be." t 64. to Josephine Lowman in Board, 8 p.m., Gaines

'_low tbai' ar can"of. The 'Gala viUe' Sun. ville Public Library.

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Hydrox Cookies %:: 49 00 ,

Party Assortment Box
a F. F. V/. Cookies 12P/k9.* 39 G/

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x Hams. ">. 55C ooioo

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44 ( yv Green Peas .= 29c ;:;. I NEW PINK wi*tftis PEPTO coupoa BISMOL and purckaM TABLETS b I
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Checkers Nixon's Famous .:.
11 Canadian Club MARTINS

Cocker Spaniel, Is Dead 90% GINE.I.SCOTT V.V.O.

2fam fforlt mtt1ttl1 1952 while Republican candidate 11 ) 8 YEAR OLD
had 3 DAD
By-ROBERT ALDEN for vice president, -- :

NEW YORK Checkers, the been accused of improperly re- 100 Proof Btld. in Bond 8 YR. OLD BOURBON f j SCOTCHSOUTHERN llr l :
black and white cocker spaniel ceiving $18,235 from supporters.In uaf
that Richard M. Nixon turned reply, Nixon revealed his financial HEUBLINECORDIALS :
into a political asset is dead. affairs, stressing h is OTARDImp. ; =
T Checkers had a ferocious bark, modest means and the fact that Calvert ice
but a gentle disposition and was his wife, Pat, had not a mink, I Cognac Cream De Menthe-Coeoo lONOUNMVCin COMFORT ,..:-:.,:;;...,<' . Slow Gin-Rock & Rye ---:-
"a Republicancloth :
probably the best known dog ICO PROOF LIQEUR
1i owned by a figure prominent in coat. REG. 4.60 :-:.': :

American political life si nc e Nixon continued: Case $ $/99 -
President Roosevelt's Scottish J $299 CASE REG. $7.15
"One other thing I probably $63.99 5TH $35.75" -- 5TH CASE $59.75
terrier, Fala. should tell you, because if I
Like.Fala. Checkers played a don't they'll probably be say-
key role in the unpredictablegame ing this about me too, we did
of American politics.In get 'something a gift a SAVE THE UNITED WAY'SEAGRAMS
Checker's case, Nixon, in gift after the election. A man
down in Texas heard Pat on the
x radio mention the fact that our
s0l The HolidayToll two youngsters would like to

AYE "And believe it or not, the BLEND
KENTUCKY Bacardi Rum
day before we left on this cam-
paign trip, we got a message OLD CROW TAVERN $ FULL
about a package for us. We Four ROS03BLEND QT. x
tragic death toll was rolledup went down to get it. You know '
on the nation's highways and what it was? RELSKAVODKA .- VODKA
streets over the long Labor Day "It was a little cocker spani: Culverts $Y.99 FULL

weekend.An el dog in a crate that he sent BLEND __ .... QT. FULL I'zod'm' :

Associated Press count all the way from Texas. Black $3.79 QT.BOOTHS _= P. .
the 78-hour showed and white spotted. And our little ,
over period t KentuckyGentleman M
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Off the Drafting Board lives while 18 persons died in named it Checkers. 6 Yr. Old Bour. HIGH and DRY $95
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boating accidents and 59 others you $1095 -=- GIN 5THS O
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this right now, that regardless QT. 4.39
terday morning. On hand for the initial "sidewalk The 531 traffic fatalities fell of what they say about it, we're QT. CASE $35.75
breaking" ceremonies for beautifying the Florida short of last year's Labor Day keep it."
State :Museum's entrance in the Seagle Buildingwere death record of 557. gonna Nixon not only kept checkers, CLAN TAITTINGER HOUSE IMP. Old German

(left to right) Committee of 100 Chairman The National Safety Council l but following the speech he received MAC GREGOR IMPORTED $>|99 of SCOTCH LAGER BEER
Hall CofC President McGriff
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of Palm Beach to Brunswick, were placed on operational hours by the Gainesville Police:, Sundaresan, 124 NW 20th Dr.,I ;leninort "; j LIGHT or
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Naples to Cedar Key, a 225- St., and Fumiko Ishida Konishi
mile area. 019 NW 36th Dr., 5:17 p.m.

Dozens of Navy and Air Tuesday at NW 10th Ave. and
Force .--planes were evacuated: 2nd St.Jack.
from Florida bases. t Charles Ganstone, P. 0.1, NITEDllQUO
The two fliers killed were tiq Box 126, Waldo, and Emma I,
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Haney, 34 of Sanford. b: St. and 16th Ave. Emma Gaines,I
cited for improper changing I
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were set up in churches,
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At 3:08
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that district officers were open St.
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and were expected to house

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Agents Association assured driving to cut the Congo
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force of insurance adjusterswill recognition for the Congolesepeople's HIRAM FREE GIN or VODKA.
be ready to move in as soon republic they proclaimed
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day it has started using diapersto
clean parts that have to be $3 29
Garage ApartmentWhen kept free of dirt and water.
. the word went out from the University of Florida to secure all loose They do the job just as well as!
objects in preparation for Hurricane Dora, the girls of Phi Mu Sorority took linen used to and will cut costs !SCOTCH 57.49 99 5TH
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*- Wednesday September 9. 1964 Gainesville; Sun "7",1,,1,1I

I I Yankee Stars Know All About Football, Too .. i j jtJ

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have to go over 0-
and they'd
in the ,
Sfrro \ ark Simra "One day one of those linemen is going to fall flat. on his from center, stepped, whirled and swept his left arm in, a you just lie down" /a ,

face," predicted Jim Bouton. throwing motion. "Whack!" he yelled. "Right in the receiv- or around you. the floor. "You can see what's coming, --

By LEONARD KOPPETT "Look at that one," said Mickey Mantle, as the camera er's stomach!" Now Bouton had from now: introducing, from $l lrlp- j jpery

DETROIT, It was Sunday morning and the Yankees swerved to pick up a man who lumbered out of the wrong he said. "Twenty years tall weighing 545 pounds, John 1

were gathered around the television set in the clubhouse at part of the squad, "he sneaked in from the side." Middle LinebackerFord Rock, 8-feet"2-inche i

Kansas City, dressing slowly and killing time until batting "Imagine if they had to introduce Joe," said Bouton, re- Fitzgerald Jones Moore.

practice.An ferring to Pepitone, the least inhibited "Flake" the Yank- laughed. "Whack! he repeated derisively. "You mean "A half-back," added"Archie Kubek.On I

exhibition football game was about to start on the ees have' had in years. Since Pepitone had won the prev- Zip' ". "Who runs 100 in 9.4, added Tony began. Yankees quieted I

screen, and the players were being introduced one by one, ious night's game with a three-run homer, he was fair game "What's going on?" asked Elston Howard, joining the the screen, the football game doubt about it. Their

running towards the camera and veering off to the side once once again as central targer for insult. group. down to watch. There was no tense nervous; wor- :
them ,
they reached closeup range. "Hey Ellie, what would you play in football?" Ford ask- own tight pennant race had made another. At j

The Yankees, hard-bitten professional entertainers them- Takes A Fall ed. rued, short-tempered agitated and mad at one about them, :

selves, cast an appraising eye at the introduction techniquesand "Scatback, :Howard shot back. least, that's what some people keep reporting be could
wrong I
commented freely. "Introducing Joe Pepitone, of Brooklyn University," Bou- That got a big laugh. and all those absent observers couldn't r

"That's it, come closer-now cut!" called Tom Tresh im- ton continued making a noice like a public address system t "You'd be my middle linebacker," said Bouton. "I'd have they?

itating a television director. and acting out the routine. "Then he would do this." Bou-

1 ton tripped looked himself.down at his feet, looked up, started forward and INJURIES SLOW WORKOUT 1

ItWasDay "After he caught a pass," chimed in Whitey Ford, "he'd
tuck his helmet under his arm and comb his hair."

"What would you do if there was a fumble, Joe?" Man-
tle asked. "The ball is lying there and three guys are div- Gator Drill Below Par

ing for it. You wouldn't go near it, would you? You'd say,

For 'Aw, come on, fellas' and zoom off in the other direction." .

"He'd be the kind of guy who likes to catch passes in the fakes and:
," observed Ford. By JOE HALBERSTEINSun Team captain Lary Dupreewill tremendous kicking in yester- a whole bagful of
open Sports Editor be idled another drill. is proving tricks. He also has the size and-
day or day's Spurrier
"They'd have to design an extra large face mask to cower
his nose," contributed Bill Stafford. This is the time in fall football :two by tonsilitis. Billy Joe especially adept at sideline speed to catch the ball and go

VisitorsIt "Yeah when he lined up at end," cried Bouton, pickingup practice that a head coach .James is recuperating from a kicking and at lofty punts .that with it.Meanwhile.

the thought, "the referee would stop the game and yell, checks his charts notes his grid- sprained ankle. Graham Mc- give the receiver: no chance to the Gators' open-is.

'That face mask is offside.' ders are behind schedule and :Keel, sophomore. from Lakeland run back the ball. Seymour is ing foe Southern Methodist,

was "Visitor's Day" yesterday at the Gators football "If he was in the backfield," said Mantle, "it would be raises the roof. \ was No. 1 at'fullback yes- just plain kicking 'em out of gearing for an expected aerial

practice. And the visitor was an esteemed one, veteran the fullback offside." Gator coach Ray Graves was terday. sight. attack from the UF. Coach Hay

sports editor Jesse Outlar of the Atlanta, Ga., Constitution. no exception yesterday. He ex- Also ailing are tackle Den- den Fry is seeking three defen-

Outlar is making the annual "swing" of the Southeastern They All Laughed"The pressed displeasure with a slug- nis Murphy, ruptured blood Casey SparklesThe sive backfield men to replace a '(

Conference even though Georgia Tech is no longer a official would say, move that face guard back a lit- gish performance by his grid- vessel in the leg; punter Hal Gators spent much timeon standout trio lost by graduationfrom f
member of the Dixie Dozen, lately renamed the Elite Eleven. ders noted virus kicker and thatis last year's club.
tle, little more," Bouton went on. "Then he'd say, oops, they are a day or Seymour, ; place passing one thing
two behind the practice timeta Jimmy Hall, pulled hamstring obvious is that junior flanker The Mustangs, however, are
The Atlanta scribe had been to Georgia, Auburn, Alabama now you've got too many. men in the backfield. ble and asked for a better ef- muscle; halfback Allen Tram- Charles Casey will be as confident of posing a good of.

Mississippi State and Mississippi before making Gaines- Everybody laughed."I mell, shin splints. good as receiver as their is in Pensive threat themselves with
don't think that's so terribly funny said Pepitone fort.Graves
ville a port-of-call yesterday.After Seymour Conference sound running and passing
also indicated that and quarterbackSteve the Southeastern a
SEC's) who had been sitting on the floor through all the ribbing. He
whipping through four of the South's ( night drills would be called Spurrier continued their this Casey has developed
major Auburn 'Bama State and Ole Miss it was trying to sound hurt. "I was one of the greatest foot- for _....... ..... .''.',,'w.._....'. ,' "' m .',, ._ ...,.._',.......'.m.www....year.. .... '.. .>:, ......._"""'.:..*'*... game.
powers all star clubto ball players you ever saw in high school." at Florida Gym if Hurricane ; ; r '; 'x> .
would have taken a National Football League _= J : %
A loud chorus of "Aws" and "Phooeys" drowned him out. Dora interferes today or tomor- .. :.
have made an impression yesterday on Outlar. At ;r; "" ,' Plus Lose
"I'm not kidding," said Pepitone raising his voice and row with scheduled sessions on
Not their
that, the Gators"did make him lift an eyebrow. by
standing "Nobody could possibly play football as greatas the field. '
performance on the practice field, rather, by the rundown up.
I did. I could have gone on and been a star in college 1I1it To
Injuries Slow Team Dodgers
if I'd-a had the grades." ,
The head UF mentor admit-
"Go on," yelled Ford, "you never could have played foot- .
ted series of had Lead Now 6
a injuries
ball. They don't make helmets big enough for your head. .
w snarled the of Ga- ,.vGsA
"Go get some of your pitchers together," Pepitone saidto lineup top
e r i 1( Ford "and we'll play some football. I'll show you." tor teams in the practice pic- PHILADELPHIA (AP) The

"Okay," said Ford.. "I'll throw and I'll have. Stan Williams ture.Fullback Los Angeles Dodgers grabbed
ifa 9: cover you." was a thin position three runs in the first Inning

"Stan?" gasped Pepitone, trying to look terrified. "I'd ra- yesterday. John Feiber missed WPyt a y$ M a.)R! YY: with key doubles by Jim Gil-

ther have Big Daddy covering me than Stan." the drill as a precaution after :F.)Cxiga> $Q i' 't sa' ,.x 'x: F rM v Jsy 1 1v.1 liam and John Roseboro and

"Stan is dangerous enough just running alongside in the being knocked out on Monday. \v: 'Y'1 ) z @ a ., held on for a 3-2 victory Tues
on the schedule listed on page 2 of the brochure. outfield" declared Bouton. Feiber's mishap was freakishin 2 day over the National League-

Here's how it went amid ever graying skies, ever "Williams and Mikkelsen," insisted Ford, "They'll cover that his helmet came off leading Philadelphia Phils.
briskier winds. you." when he was tackled and his : "Yr'',) 't aA. ls''Yv" .w':. "AUt The loss cut the Phils lead to

B-team coach John Eibner strolled over, greeted Outlar "I used to do it like this," said Pepitone, ignoring Ford head hit the ground without six games over Cincinnati, St"

and queried the itinerary of the Atlantan. now. He made believe he was a quarterback, took a snapBACKS protection. Louis and San Francisco, all

They Use a Mold AND LINEMEN= L. .-- ...'"."" ",,--.1- ,.., idle.Jim Brewer, making only his

"I've been to Georgia, Auburn, Alabama, MississippiState rt"w,', ; < second start for the Dodgerswon -,
and Mississippi," Outlar said. 1. ;' 7. his second game againsl

Eibner: "How does Ole Miss look?" Toole Lauds Several '-'$&. two losses. Ron Perranoskl

Outlar: "The same as always. They look every year like t/ relieved in the seventh. )

they put their players into a mold and turn them out the Art Mahaffey, who didn't last

same. They're always big fast and strong." 5 1A the first inning, took the loss

Eibner "How's Mississippi State?" North Marion SeniorsBy and is now 127.

Outlar: "That's a fine looking football team over there. The Dodgers wasted little ..
I They">seem to think they've got the replacement''for yFisher time .chasingl fahaffey. Maury

last year's quarterback. They've got everything II I II b Wills leading' off singled and
else." BRUCE DUDLEYSun tie behind in all phases of the Parris said John Ross has then raced to second for his 46th

Eibner: "How's Bear's gang look?" Football Assistant J game." However, McCall feels 1 been doing an outstanding job :3tttx't ; 'X:. :.i.- ___. stolen base of the season. Gil-
Outlar: "There's going to be one of The great Alabama Coach Stan Toole of North J his team will be ready for the I at the end spot during recent GATOR END CHARLES CASEY Ham's double scored Wills.

football teams. Bear's really got it this year. I was saying arion's[ Suwannee Conference j first game. practices. "He's looked good al t he can catch those passes Willie Davis singled Gilliam ,

that one bet I'd make this year is that Alabama will havea hampion Colts lauded several "Breaking in a new Quarterback end all during practice." to third and after an infield out j

better record than Auburn. After all, Auburn can't be of( his outstanding seniors. yes- 1 has slowed down our progress Roseboro doubled the other two,
terday. to some extent", Mc-
better ((9-1) than last
any year. runs home.LOS .
Outlar then turned the tables on Eibner and asked where In the backfield Toole picked I Call said. New quarterback for Stolle Rallies for Vital ANGELES PHILADELPHIA

the veteran Gator head scout has his first assignment this out fullback Don Smith and halfbacks the Indians this year is Dennis ab r 1i bl ab r h bi
Wills si 5 1.1 I 0 Roles cf 4000
season. Robert Stone and Danny :Zeleznik. Billiam 3b 5011 Callisca rff 4010 I
Hawaii. I to Lubbock, Texas. Deep Bruise W.Davis ct 5110 Allen'' 3D 4010 I
Eibner: "Way out to go Sandlin for special mention. Griffith If 4010 Thomas Ib
That's near Hawaii, isn't it?" said with a typical impish Adding to McCall's problems Walls If oooo Johnson If 4 4010 1 1 10 I I
Standouts line Win National
in the were in Net MeetBy
is the fact that tackle Bobby Mc- Fairly lb 3 1 0 0 Taylor 2b 4020
Eibner grin. junior tackle Robert Gibson and Rostboro e 4022 Trlandos e 2011
Outlar: "I'm sure it's out of state somewhere. So you've Callum will be out of action Parker rt 2010 Briggs pr 0100 I
senior tackle Roger Wood "' Ever 223 U 1 U C'vingtn ph 10 0 0
got Texas Tech and State. Paul (Paul Davis State coach) for three weeks with a d e e p Brewer p 3 01 Amaro ss 3 0 1 t
"We will concentrate on offense bruise in his side. WILL GRIMSLEY Wimbledon was pressed as Ray Senkowski of Detroit and P'ran'skl" I 0 0 0 Mahaffey p 0000
can't to make his mind how tough they're (Tech.)
seem up and defense right up to Associated Press Sports Writer ,other favorites moved forwardto Bill Bowrey of Australia.No Boner p 1000 +
to be." State plays Florida the week after Texas Tech. In the backfield McCall had Cater ph 1000
going the first ," Toole reported.Williston's HILLS AP Phillips ph 1. a
game FOREST N.Y. ( ) Mercy 0
Eibner strolled back to practice and a local scribe mov- 'special "aise for halfback Wen- complete the round of 16 in DaPmpte c 0000
Red Devils "looked -Fred Stolle of Australia two Osuna showed in Total U J 'I T.tais'
: 3321
about in SEC drills del "i rbin and fulback Ted the men's division. mercy 2
ed in. "Jesse whata all the secrecy Los .............
practice _
so sorry" at Monday's sets down and once within two rolling past Australia's Owen Angeles 100 OM 000-1 x
this year? Why is everyone having them? session that the workout 'Key. Linemen drawing favor- Philadelphia ...... ..... III eeo 100-i
points> of elimination, rallied Other winners included defending Davidson 6-2 6-1 62.
but buttonholed able comments were Randy ,
Outlar professed not to know the answer E-None. DP-PhillldefPhla 1 Los .,..
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Gator coach Ray Graves who came down off his tower to called off according to Coach Williams, Jerry Reed, Tom A n- Tuesday for a 4-6, 6-8, 7-5, 6-2, 6- : champion Rafael Osunaof Ralston breezed to an 8-6, 6-3, geles 5.1. LOB-Los Angeles! 0. Philadelphia -

to look over the situation. Sammy Miller. drews and Sam Swilley. 2 victory over Cliff Drysdale of Mexico; .Dennis 'Ralston of 6-2 triumph over Crawford *B-Plliam'! Ro *wo *. Griffith, John-

Graves said he didn't know why at that. "We try to do .,ave Boils Coach Jim Daniel repor ted South Africa in the National Bakersfield, Calif., seeded No. Henry of Atlanta and qualifiedto Wills son. Trlandos.SF-Trlandoa.38-"en. Callison SB-

something a bit different in practice but it's no use, really. Miller said he didn't have any that his Lake Butler squad has Tennis Championships.Only 2; 41-year-old Vic Seixas of meet his Cup boss Seixas, in Brewer W, 2.2 41-31 I' H R 2 ER 2 II SO
One time we locked up the plays, worked down in the serious injuries. "But it looks "good speed, but it lacks the fifth.s eded stylist Villanova, Pa., the Davis Cup Wednesday's round of 16. Perranoskl ". 2 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 3 2

hole alone, closed the gates, went out on the field Saturdayfor like I the whole team is coming depth." from[ Sydney, runner-up to captain; Britain's Roger Tay- Seixas trounced Shiv Mira of i Boozer Mahaffey..L.,_.12.7.... 41-32 2-34 0/1 J 2 1 3 e

the game, lined up and on the first play, the other I down with boils" he said. "We definitely lack depth in teammate Roy Emerson at lor; Ronald Barnes of Brazil; India 7-5 6-2 6-4. Locke Baldschun.... .... 2 2 3 0 0 1 3
0 0 0 1
team started hollering just what we were going to do. I Miller said he has moved his the backfield and in the line, and Taylor, who knocked out T-2:43. A14,514.Yanks.

don't know how it gets around so fast." practices back to 4 pjn. every we're young at tackle," Daniel sixth-seeded Manuel Santana of

Outlar: "Maybe it's the alumni spreading around from day with the starting of school ,said. To help solve some of GHS Passing Spain in the second round,,

school to school now. They walk by the field, see some- yesterday."The his problems, the Lake But- ; bested Herbert Fitzgibbon of Nudge

thing and pass it along." boys' spirit is real high ler coach has moved veteran Garden City, N.Y.,10.12() 6-4, 7-

Graves: "That might be." said Coach Archie Bankst o n Henry Whitehead from the e nd 5, 9-7 in a marathon match Twins, 2mlMINNEAPOLISST.
of his Newberry P an t hers. position he played last year
But BeatlesListener PKY Full-Scale which carried over two days.
Anything "We'll work on defense and to tackle. ; He next plays the little Latin PAUL

Norm Carlson, UF sports information director, the passing game this week," "We've had no injuries, andif giant-killer, Barnes, who! (AP) Elston Howard drilled

chipped in with his three cents worth. he said. I the team gets off to a good trounced Clark Graebner ol run-scoring single in the seventh '

"Actually, the biggest thing is to protect the players from This week the Panther squad start, we" should have a good Rebs Defense Santa Monica, Calif., 6-4, 6-4, 6- inning giving New York a 2-1
the kids and overflow of spectators. We've narrowly avert- will be cut to 25 players, ac- season, Daniel said. 2. I! victory over Minnesota which
ed aaccidents with youngsters riding bicycles by Currentlythere He said both quarterback Jim-
dangerous cording to Bankston. Bowrey, Stolle's next" .' enabled the Yankees to creep
the fields just as a player runs out of bounds and over them. are 32 members.No my Thomas and defensive expert opponent within of the
one American
Dora had the future also had five-set game -
Hurricane Steve Tuttle and Tom Hansei]I a struggle -
Not to mention that one day a boy came out with a transistor Injuries Glen Brannen have been League lead
of local and area highI continued to sparkle Gutierre beating Roger Werksman of Tuesday night.
radio turned on full blast to the Beatles. That we could- "We've been lucky as far looking good in drills. The Yankees in third
n't take"Outlar said Bankston Work On PassingAt school football practices in its I said. Marell Tyre's runnin g: Los Angeles 1-6.6-1,2-8,6-3.6-4. place,
as injuries moved to within
Gators Lose go Cross Coach Al Par- hands as drills continued for proved a "pleasant surprise,'' Senkowski, of Detroit eliminated one-half game
: "Hey, that'd make a good story. to "Thank goodness for that. City, and
one percentage point of
Beatles!" The Newberry coach said jun- ris reported that his Bear squadwas next week's season openers. the PKY ,coach said. .J. Keith Carpenter of Canada second-place Chicago and to

By this time a small crowd had gathered. Someone asked ior guard Wayne Tharp has been working on the passing Coach Jim Niblack said the Santa Fe did a lot of :dumm] 6-3, 7-5, Two 6-3. Shots within one game of league-

the visitor from Atlanta how Georgia Tech was doing. looking sharp on the line and game this week. He said back 'Canes worked on pass protec- work on defense Away leading Baltimore. The Orioles
Coach Charlie
Outlar "Tech looks fine. Bobby Dodd has some good would see plenty of action Gary Karr had been slowed tion, the passing game and put Roberts> revealed., Leading two sets to none and and White Sox were idle.

ones this year. You know, they sold 30,000 season tickets this season. down with a bad ankle but still in a few new plays for Jackson- 5-4 in the third set, -Drysdale Howard's single to center

for home games and then took them off the market. The Coach Doyle McCall said the I is expected to see action in the ville Lee. "You know how it is "We're: strong at defensivE. needed only two good shots to scored Roger Maris from third

Alabama Tech game was sold out last April. It's the hard- Chiefland Indians were "a lit- first contest.Philadelphia for the opener," Niblack said. tackle this year," the Rebe I produce the biggest upset of the with the tie-breaking run. It

est game In Atlanta football history to get tickets for. It's "You never have enough plays. coach said. "Charles Kersey 6. tournament But Stolle pulled climaxed a Yankee rally ,
... ; off two fine volleys to pullout
last time the two bitter foes play football. t l 7
Plans are moving along for 2, 205 pounds; and Doyle Sikes, against Camilo Pascual, who
the 10th after the
sua0 t
around to Hurricane Dora. game score
Someone got the the Purple White intra-squad 205, are doing a mighty fin i e had reached 3030. had retired 17 New York batters
Outlar noted workmen were stripping down the new canvas game Friday night at Citizens job on defense," Roberts said. Smith of in a row from the first throughthe
fence that has been put up to enclose the Gators' practice "Behind Margaret Australia,
Field. ; them we have's t e v seeded the advance
field for
Graves secrecy remarked had taken a whole week to put up the P. K. Yonge held a full-scale Truluck and Trigger Hodge, a i of the women into the fourths New York Came MINNESOTA
controlled scrimmage pair of 190 pounders. We're a; ."k bi ab r b W 1
fence but it had to come right down. "We couldn't let the NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE good round, where they joined defending Kubeg ss 3100 Rollins 324120
hurricane tear it to pieces," Graves said. W L Pet. G... W L Pet. G.B. Coach Mike Gutierrez said the as anyone at tackle"All champion Maria Bueno Rich'd'n 2b 4000 Versants! ss 1 0 10
BaltimoreChicago 13 M .S7
Reese 1000
03 55 .401 Marlin f 4120 ph
drilled 90
Cincinnati 77 el .350 04 51 jn H Wave minutes. schools planned a workou t of Brazil Mantle If 2001 KlndaN u 1010
lIe Got the Message 6 New York II 56:5n: 1 Johnston and Lopez H 0000 Oliva rf 4000
elSS "Covey Danny
St. Louis 77 62..557 Detroit 74 a 325 10 today, in the gym if rainfall i i Miss Smith crushed Belmar Pepitone i Ib 3000 Klllebrew If 4 01 1
The Gator coach then turned to his tower. "We'll have to San Pittsburgh Francisco 70 705" Minnesota Los Angeles 70 74 70 70 .530.514 13V 11W Dennison will be as good a pairof too heavy or outside if the win(I Gunderson of St Paul, Minn., 6- Tresh Howard cf C 3000 4021 Allison Hall cf Ib 3010 4000

get that down. I don't want it to blow over." Milwaukee 70 61 -SW 13 14 Cleveland 6t 70 .404 14 ends as anyone has in the is not, too. strong. U''the hurricane I.M. Boyer 322111 Battey c 4000
ff 60 .500 Boston fi. SO .433 23 : '
Someone asked how the lofty perch could be handled. Los Chicago Angeles 62 7* Mt 21 Washington SS 14 J9C 2t Keystone Conference," Gutierrez -; impact is too severe, UK Bespectacled Billie Jean St rmyre p 4000 Pascual Kostro 2ftTotal 9 4030 2000Minener

"Oh, the B team will take care of it," Graves said. "TheB Houston 51 4 .12' .3.414 3S4i Kansas City 51 09 J44: 32M said. coaches plan to call off th< Moffitt of Long Beach, Calif., Gory ph f h 1000 1000

team will figure out a way to get it down." New York Yesterdays **"$ Yesterday's Results The PKY coach lauded the practices. had her hands full with little It 2 4 > Totals 341 01

Outlar, entranced both by the conversation and some re- Los Angeles 3. Philadelphia 2 (New Only York game 2.scheduled Minnesota).1 play of tackle Kenny Osteen, a Mary Ann Eisel of St Louis, the New York .................. IM OM 1n2Mloaesda
(Only game s scheduled ............. .. U..1EAlllson.
markable kicking he was watching from specialist Hal Sey- Today's Games Ptilaoelpnla Today's Games 190-pound six-foot junior. "He's I Coach Junior Girls champion, but DP-New York 2. Minncsot.
mour and quarterback Steve Spurrier, decided he had fig- St. Louis (Simmons, 14-fl at Boston (Wilson 11-1) at Cleveland (n coming fast I'm real pleased ResignsMONTREAL came from behind in both sets 1. LOB-New York 7. Minnesota L 0
( night .
Burning ) 7-2) night
ured his own exit from Dora. He left for Tallahassee (and Houston (Bruce 1W .t Chicago (En5M'Baltimore (Barber f-12 and Roberts 11-71 with his progress," Gutierrezsaid. AP) Let I to win 8-6,6-3. 21-M1rls. S-PepltON.IP H SF-MMtte.It ERBBIOStottrmyre
FSU) where the wind generally blows strong at all times anda wortftlJoU) (Veale L Washington (Osteen 12-11. and Nar Cahill Van w. $-2 0 0 1 1 1 *
C ftC llAati (Jay MB) at Pittsburgh len *-121.2 resigned Tuesday as chic f;[ Annette Zyl of South Pascual. U 13-11 .7 3 2 2 2 10
hurricane's onslaught would be mostly negligible. Los IS-IC Angeles. night (Orysdate 1O3 at San New 15-7)York. night(Ford 14-5) at Detroit (Lolfch The PKY mentor said Steve assistant coach of Montreal:I Africa No. 12, fell before Virginia Pleis Klippste. .. .....12-31'. H' 0 0 0 2.1 I
"Any messages for FSU?" Outlar asked as he departed. Francisco (Hendley 1-10) Chicago (Pizarre 17-7) at Minnesota Twedell also played well on the Alouettes of the Eastern Football Wade of England 6-3, 7-5 HBP-By Stottlemyre (VersallesX. WP-+
There were. Outlar got the message, loud and clear. Milwaukee(Cisco 5-15)(Cloninger night 1 -12) II' New York (Only Grant games 12-10)).scheduled night. ) line yesterday. In the backfield, Conference. in the lone upset. WJ7.itottiemyre.. PS-Howard. T-JM. A-,,

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By NIS NISSEN of bravery, they handled Flor- Ellenson pointed out the difference tried it then and reported suc-
Assistant Sports Editor ida's Gators with kid gloves. J the two platoon system cess."
When football prognosticators They decided on a middle-of-I: has made in football in gen- Ellenson went over the Gator
delved into their crystal the-road type thing-a 5-5 sea-I iral. defensive unit by positions, lin- Cm&L
balls recently in an annual show son. This was not exactly! like
gering on linebacking where he
"It gives you much more
the estimates that went
as highas
j Pitt UCLA 9-1 last season, but it was a I time to spend with each playr has what he called the team's
; lot safer. ," he said. "The big advantage best depth. LIQUORS(

t:: is that now we can devote Commenting on Jack Card,
Both BoastStellar Gene Ellenson, head defensive ill the time to either
offense or the 5-6, 167-pound sophomore 114 S. Main St.
coach at Florida, told the lefense, where last year we had linebacking demon, Ellenson! Phone 372.6951
QBs University City Kiwanis Club I lo: teach players both wsy& said, "The reason he has No. 1
yesterday just how this new edition "We tried it for the first time\on his jersey is because heisn't '9
in Gatorland stacks up to J last: Prices Good Thru Sat.
PITTSBURGH (AP) Victory him. Saturday, it worked I wide enough to get two
for either Pitt or UCLA in ,well. Several other teams also I numbers across."

their college football season "Some way or another we'veI .I 35)Time )
1 uQQ U/I///iII/// REDUCE opener Saturday hinges on a got to win the first two," Ellenson i I
common position -quarter said, referring to SMU here END OF SEASON i Is Money l
back. Sept. 19 and Mississippi State
SPEED The driving force behind the following weekend in Jack-: I SAVE
Pitt's attack is quarterbackFred son. NOW IN! PROGRESS I! TIME! HERE

I I III Mazurek. Sharing similar i i I OPEN
Same Team
f III duties for UCLA are Fred Zeno I CLEARANCE iI i 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
and Steve Sindell. "Mississippi State has the Mon. thru Thurs.
Mazurek set a school total same team it had last ear, so'' I I 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
offense record last season accu- we know they're tough," the|! Fri. and Sot.SEAGRAM'S .
mulating 1,595 yards. Zeno and Gator coach continued. "And 1
You Need Thousand Eyes Sindell passed for 1,378 yards. SMU beat Navy last season. I PRICES SLASHED ON r iQ
Mazurek has been hobbled bya "We've also got to win; the :I 6
knee injury suffered about 10 last three-Georgia, FSU and i
days ago in a scrimmage. How- Miami," Ellenson said and: V
For Perfect Safe Driving ever, he ran at top speed in quickly pointed out that he said: 7 CROWN
Monday's practice session and "got- to" instead of "guin to." BOATS and TRAILERS \ 86 Proof
THIRD IN A SERIES can't drive without them although -Firecracker 250 in order to pre- Coach John Michelosen says he ,And then comes South Caroling $099
I (Race drivers often have to there are plenty of people serve fuel. I rode behind Fire- will be ready for Saturday'sgame : on Homecoming, which El- O 5LSEAGRAM'S-
steer their own cars by look- who try. ball Roberts most of the race. at Pitt Stadium which will lenson classified as another t I
ing through a rear window or You need to see ahead of I Roberts is a smooth, steady be televised by NBC. "must" on the win list. I B IRD'S MARiNE
the windshield of a car run- you as well as behind and to driver and I could anticipatehis The Pitt attack may be ham-. "We've also got to win one GIN
ning in front of them. Popular the left and right. But not just moves. I could see what pered by relatively inexperi. or two of those other four -! I I 90 Proof
Dodge driver David Pear ahead or just behind but as far ;was ahead by looking throughhis enced backs operating behind LSU, Ole Miss, Auburn ? n d I It 601 S. MAIN ST. I I I $349 1 1I'
son, in the third article of as you can. windshield. I really had to Mazurek. The squad has lost Alabama," he said. "I'm con- Ii 5th
safety series, tells! you why Road signs do a lot of the keep my eyes open. I did and halfback Paul Martha and vinced we're going to win one PLENTY OF FREE PARKING I
highway today neccds a thou- looking for you. By watchingthe won over $11,000 when I took fullback Rick Leeson through: of those." I I ,
sand e>'es.) signs, you know what lies ;the checkered flag. graduation. -
li By DAVID PEARSON ahead. But by stretching your I I certainly don't advise any- Gone also is the entire first-
j'' NASCAR Race Driver visibility at all times as far one to drive this close behind string line.UCLA .
You need a thousand but you ahead as possible, you foresee I someone on a highway, but I Coach Bill Barnes has
,.1;, only have two. That's why every the unexpected and thus avoid do advise you to keep your eyes 26 lettermen on his squad, one
i driver should take advantage possible emergencies.It's open all the time. I at every position. Chief loss for
R T of his eyes any time he the same way on the race You should drive far enough the Bruins, who posted a 2-8{
;1 gets behind the steering wheel track but instead of signs, we behind to see way ahead of the record last year, was end Mel
r of an automobile. You justShrubbery have lights and flags to warn us car in front and on both sides. Profit, considered one of the top
of dangers. Plus, we hate our This way, you can anticipa receivers on the Pacific Coast.
( It's Time For I''eyes. what the fellow ahead is goingto .Michelosen refused to predict T h
"SHRUBBERYPROTECTION" Scary At 150 MPH do. how Pitt, which posted a 9-1 errs d
.{ ?Ffr, I I Using my eyes in the proper At the same time, you should record and finished No. 3 na ,' % F a Y.A
; .L1 manner won a race for me know what the fellow behind is tionally last fall, will do this
'f'fI !once. I had to drive by looking going to do. While it is neces- year. "We're just trying to get ate r
I I ,through the window of the: car sary to drive close to cars on ready," he says.Veteran. \\ltJ d a yB
i ahead of me. It was the only the speedway, it makes me ner-
'way I could see. It was certainly vous to have cars driving close Pro
plenty scary at better than behind me on highways. It also
1 Must Bet 150 miles an hour. makes me nervous to have Grid Stars

SPRAYEDNOW! .I At Daytona International them running just ahead of me.I .
'f q
Speedway, we use a technique know you're thinking Get
OIL Ii called drafting. A slower car speed on the highway to keep' ReleasesBy
can go faster and use less fuel cars far behind. But you'rewrong.
., EMULSION I by riding close to a car aheadin THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
fact, just a few inches be- Being a professsional race Professional football teams
m \ SPRAY I hind. The two cars break the driver, I can't afford to speedon cut their clubs roster to the e
1"LOIIDA Ot I,;wind currents, create a smoother the highways because I rea- legal limits Tuesday by differ-
I .-...---, I I flow of air over both cars lize more than the average ent means. ii\-
20 N.W. 16th Ave. 376-2661 and thus go faster together. driver the dangers involved. Some, like the Baltimore Colts
I I I had to draft a lot in the 1961 If the car ahead of me is run- of the National Football League,
ning the same speed on a high- traded two players for one,
'J way, I'll simply drop oack and sending linebacker Bill Saul and We're unloading the overstockfrom
Great new taste: give him plenty of room. If halfback Marv Woodson to the ) K1uS y F our tire warehouse. .
he's a bit slower, or an unsteady -Pittsburgh Steelers for Lou i ; We've got hundreds of terrific I
driver I get around him Michaels, defensive end and 4 ; tire values at reduced prices I
pipe tobacco ; i. and on out of the way. If a car field goal kicker. Na one else r Don't miss out on this
is tail-gating (riding on my Others sought waivers on in town can tremendous opportunity toduplicate
back bumper), I wave him on players in wholesale lots, suchas BUY NOW and SAVE t
by. the New York Giants of the :,, cur deals "
in a rF I Always remain in your lane NFL, the New York Jets of the *
except when passing. And nev- American Football League and Come and RAYONS
er pass a car by driving up the Steelers. tWe
cigarette 7. close and then switching to another The Giants, defending cham- k
lane. Always leave plentyof pions in the Eastern Confer- tzpetta
room. Begin accelerating ence, cut linebacker Jerry sellout NYLONS I

well in advance and move to Hillebrand, end Joe Walton, Stocks! '' 1 I
the other lane soon enough to flanker Homer Jones and tackle Big

You get pleasing aroma-and a great Q' have sufficient power to get on Tony DiMidio. Hillebrand,
new taste! The secret It's packed ith by.Whatever Walton and DiMidio have as-
America's best-tasting pipe tobacco- you do, don't learn sorted injuries that delayed
driving the hard way. It tooka their training this summer.
famous lalf and half!Smoke new faIt
costly wreck in a major( race Hillebrand's departure was a tLF I ,
and Half Filter Cigarettes for me to learn a vital lesson. small surprise although he has

.', t. ProJ"'J.J-' J' (Tomorrow: Never take been out since the start of prac t ,, Some discontinued
chances). tice. The former All-America /, 1 I l a treed designs priced y I
---- .. I end at Colorado developed intoa 1, for a fist sellout ,
stellar linebacker late last i r" DON'T MISS OUT t 1 {
season and was ticketed for the .1
4 berth vacated by the traded .ra
MOTT'S .Sam Huff in the Giant secondary. .
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the rosters had to be trimmed to sEr- 7i'4tE s Buy on 1sA
1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-7537 40 names by mid-day Tuesday.The 'FIRESTONE
American League's limit is J[MI-CHARGE" All
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Two players were swapped to A TUBE-Y Firestone Uni-Charge Pnctiq{f
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Chargers Again Favored in :AFL RaceSAN t $1000 GOLD Accidental KEY AUTO Death POLICY Benefit

DIEGO, Calif. (AP) -I M AFL championship."If Lincoln we have a pair of run- is a great all-around football and Henry Schmidt man the 'com are the C Emory Cross Agencg
Sid Gillman's San Diego Char people want to pick us to ning .backs in Our linebackers. .
k as good as any player. flanker, Lance Al- middle of the, defensive line,
gers are loaded for bear in the win the championship it's all either Bud Whitehead and Dick
league, said Gillman. worth, is as good as they come. with Earl Faison and Bob Mi- I I
aching American for Football League and right with us," said Gillman. "Lowe is a fine runner. Lincoln Don Norton, our wide end, is a linger on the ends. Emil Karas, free Westmoreland, picked up as a 1109 N. Main St. Phone 376.4582tto
a crack at the Na- "Our agent last
big concern is Tobin fine receiver and Dave Kocour- Chuck Allen and Frank Bun- year, are the
tional Football League's cham- Rote's arm. It is just about the ek is a good tight end." corner backs. George Blair, the
pions. same as it was a year ago. Sign GuardST. Gillman deals largely in su place-kicker, and Dick Harrisare
"We have a fine football From week to week you never perlatives. He calls his offen- Noble the safety men, with Charlie Want Ads Get Results
club" said Gillman. "I think we know." LOUIS (AP) The St. sive tackles, Ron Mix and Ernie Victory McNeil moving in when he is .

would go pretty good in the Had In ReserveIf Louis Hawks of the National Wright, "as good as any pair in INDIANAPOLIS (AP) healthy.
NFL. It would be a very inter- Rote's arm trouble does Basketball Association signed pro football." Guards Walt Noble Victory, owned by K. D.
esting game if we played their ;flare up and keep him out of guard John Barnhill Tuesday.,Sweeny and Pat Shea and cen- Owen of Houston, Tex., easilywon
champions. "The game should be ;action Gillman'will shift over to Another guard, Gerry Ward, ter Don Rogers or Wayne Fra- the $51,643 Horseman stake
played, too. John Hadl,now in his third year who has been in military serv- zier complete the offensive line. for 2-year-old trotters at the
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Area Braces


$ p ayr aaba For StormSTARKE

7::; Close Vote in Levy Means Tuesday feverishly themselves in for-the worked Residents Hurricane most to intensive brace Dora here

preparations for a storm any-

I : Run-Off to Pick State Rep. n. r4 one Roberts Civil could Defense designated ever recall.Director A and Carl B

Buildings at the high school site
I :, : as shelters for white residents.
. :. BRONSON Ford Lincolnof ed 474 votes in his political de ... ._ Negro residents were assignedto
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.,......, Williston and Joe Wilder of JIS
but.The the R. J. E. High School.
:.of"I d Cedar Key, who ran a neck-and- 45 absentee ballots were HURST WIGGINS GOODMAN
Ii >lFp .gynj"' neck race in a special Democratic to be counted at 10 a.m. today, 0 Other area communities took

..1JoH. primary in Levy County but they will have no bearingon similar precautions. Civil Defense -

I :" __ yesterday, will have another go who the runoff candidatesare Starke Returns IncumbentsSTARKE Keystone Director Heights Ray Chance designatedthe of
of' u a at it for state representative on' to be.Including.

_$ .. Sept. 22. I the absentees, a to- Keystone Heights Schoolas

t, .... k lkids By unofficial count and not tal of 2,007 votes were cast in All three incum-in a city election here yester- 302 for his opponent, Adro Union an emergency County Sheriff shelter. John

including 45 absentee ballots to the special primary. This rep- bents seeking re-election to the day. Brown, in the Group 1 race. Whitehead, who is also servingas
6- 1 s be counted, only 30 votes sep- resents 38 per cent of the 5,266 city council were given a vote Orie Wiggins led the ticketof Seeber Goodman was second civil defense director, an-

arated the top two contendersfor registered Democratic voters in confidence by Starke voterswith 937 votes as compared to high man with 835, or nearly nounced the Union County High
the House seat left vacant Levy County. double the 433 for his
E. opponent,
>' h r School, courthouse and several
last July by the death of Frank There were no issues involved James D. Doyle, in the Group
qw s s Marshburn of Bronson. and apparently not much in- To Choose Alachua County 3 contest. churches as shelters.were pressed into use

Rx Wilder, a motel manager and terest in the election, as indi- Carl Hurst had the tightestrace
+ member of the Cedar Key City cated the low but
c u2; eNl by percentagevoter still pulled 693 votesas
."a Council, was top man in the' turnout. Ag. Stabilization Boal.dDora's against his Group 5 oppon- Gas TankerLE
three way race, polling 759 ent Dr. Calvin
. The use of voting machinesfor Houpt, who re-

... rr.: :!t' t:1tt: irP s A jIX'ny:"''mil .: HHZ votes. I ( the first time) in all but ceived 665 votes. HAVRE France (AP) -
Lincoln, a gas dealer and former Winds Postpone Total vote of
.. 'H'" LINCOLN WILDER several of the smaller precincts May 1,3M was a light France Tuesday launched its
mayor of Williston, was: turnout of the
2,302 registeredfor first liquid gas tanker, a 600-
runnerup up, with 729 votes. resulted in the fastest election A county convention of far- Kent Doke and Carlton O'Steen,, the eketion. The total included foot-long vessel capable of
The third candidate, John C.. returns ever recorded in Levy I chosen : 53 absentee ballots. carrying enough gas in one
mer delegates was alternates.
I Partin HI, of Chiefland, receiv- County. The
scheduled this morning to name I campaign was a quiet shipment to supply the city of

.: Levy. Vote by Precinct the Alachua County Agricultural -I Community C J. T. S i m. one, with the challengers cen, Paris for more than two days.
tering their attack on allegedlyhigh The ship, christened the Jules
Union Co. Stabilization and Conserva- mons, vice chairman; Cyril G,,
.. (Unofficial) Adopts tion Committee for next year. I Boyd, regular member;: city electric rates, and the Verne, will be used to transport
.. Lincoln Partin Wilder I I incumbents basing their stand: natural gas from Sahara deposits -
The convention was to be at Charles F. West and Theodore:: the record of .
1. Bronson 48 73 36 on the present ad to France after it is converted -
2. Levyville 8 13 36 10 a.m. in the County ASC Office Brown, alternates.By ministration. to the liquid form.

3. Otter Creek 10 33 53 Borrow Pit PolicyLAKE and office manager W.

; 4. Cedar Key" 23 4 258 H[. (Pete) Simmons said last

u.', 6. Montbrook 31 3 4 I night that if the weather per-
7. Williston 167 30 39 BUTLER The Un- On other road matters, the mitted, it would be held as Levy Board Studies Budget

7 A. Williston 203 34 27 ion County Commission Tues- commission gave authority to planned. I I
: 8. Morriston 38 23 7 day adopted the following poli- the Kerr Drilling Co. to drill
in regard to procurement of along road rightsofway Otherwise, he said, the con-
10. Judson 32 29 18 cy county -
11. Raleigh 22 28 6' borrow pits for its secondaryroad providing the findings are vention either would be rescheduledfor Of Cedar Key Water Dist.apparent .
made Thursday or Friday.
12. Red Hollow 13 14 11 program: available to the commis-

>; 13. ChieCIand 56 50 94 Payment of $150 an acre for sion within one yaar. The Kerr Delegates to the county con-: -
13A. Chiefland 18 59 82 an easement $200 per acre for Company told Commissio n vention are recently elected BOB MEEKER Perdue will study the proposaland winner in a bid to provide

14. Inglis 36 41 23 outright purchase. And on mov- Clerk Robert Driggers they chairmen of the county's three Sun Staff Writer report to the commission ata labor and materials for the

-..'t 15. Janney 11 23 22 ing fencing, all land owners will were interested in locating community committees. They BRONSON A resolut Ion later date. proposed restroom facilities to
Hammock 13 17 25 I be required to furnish the phosphate deposits.The be built at the County Park on
'. 16. Gulf are Lovette Jackson of Gaines- adopting a budget for the Cedar In other action, the commis-
the Wacasassa River.Graham's .
I fencing and posts, while the commission passed a resolution -
It.t Totals 729 474 759 ville, representing CommunityA Key Special Water and Sewage sion voted an amendment to
..... .' furnish thaborcunll to pay the Clay Elec- Turner Alligood, Alachua
-----01. ; District for the fiscal year be- the 1963-64 budget, ending Sept. bid of $2,176 was
tric Co-op for moving poles Community B; and T. C. ginning July 1, 1964, was held 30, to transfer $10,000 from the only one received by the

i. IN BRADFORD along a road near the HarmonyFree Green, Newberry, Community in abeyance by the Levy County the general revenue fund to the commission.In .

f ;;: one running Will Baptist from Church Myrtice, and in C. ; Commission yesterday pend- fines and forfeiture fund. road action, the commission -

Columbia County to western ASC county and community ing study. Based on previous years, the agreed to grade one quar-

i : School Bd. Member Union County near the N. J. committeemen are in charge of Since the Levy County budgetfor commission budgeted as ex- ter mile of road leading into
i Croft home.In local administration of various 1964-65 has already been pected $72,000 from the fines Williams Fish Camp to provide

t other action, the commis- farm programs, including agri- adopted, the question of legality and forfeiture funds. The fund property owners in that area
sion: cultural conservation, feed of the special district was fell short this year by about with access to the county road

Asks Board Received an offer from C. grain and wheat programs, brought up. The water and sew- $22,000 and more money Is need- leading back to US 19.
= for Job allotments and ed to meet demands against it. of
. A. Gainey to supply used con- acreage marketing age improvements would require An expression sympathywas
crete culvert pipe at $2.50 per quotas. a three-mill-tax to be lev- The amended budget will be made by the commission to
i' publicized for two weeks anda the family of Mrs. Georgia Mix-
ied Cedar
, By SAM McGARVEY I ike awarding a political plum." if they needed it," Morgan countered Joint.Turned over to Commission Other community commiteemen Commission on Key attorney property.G. C. public hearing set at a dateto son who died Sunday in Willis-

Sun Staff Writer Morgan replied, "That's Law- "and they haven't d one J Attorney Hal Maines for study named recently by mail be announced later. ton. Chairman Wardell F u g ate
STARKE School Board f on's problem; he's the one it" ballots of farmer voters in I
t the request by Union CountyTax The K. A. Graham Construction said she was known and respected -
Member H. A. Lawson applied t naking application for the job. Hall then suggested the board Collector R. R. Pearce that clude: Korea Charge [ Co._ __.. Chiefland... was the. bv_ every. member.
for a job as supervisor of trans. rhe[ point is that our present consider combining a propes e d i he be supplied extra help by Community A James Phillips .
n portation and maintenance for !:ystem is not working out. Lawn job with that of the purchasing I the commission. PANMUNJOM, Korea (AP) You Can Count on Us. Quality Costs No More at Sears
the Bradford School Depart- !:> has asked for the job. I say agent or of utilizing the various -Instructed Driggers write vice chairman; W. P.. The U.N.. command in Korea I

-" ment in a meeting of the School i i'V f not him, then appoint some- school custodians for maintenance t the State Road Board relativeto Baker, regular member Ed. charged Tuesday that armed
die Wasdin and James Price
Board Tuesday. c ne else. work. t request by engineer James I''North Korean troops were Sold! Over l31illionAULSTATK ,
...1 Lawson was absent from Member E. A. Crews suggest- The idea was tabled with a ]Neal Hutchinson that he be considered alternates. sighted south of demarcation

? the meeting due to illness, but I;d, "Why not hire someone who parting shot by Hall, who said, for designing roads in Community'B R. E. Bryan line Sept. 1 and 3 and declared EiiliM''*!
his application was presented by :ould work with the two we "I think we should classify the ;the county. vice chairman; To mm) such intrusions must stop. The

:Supt. Harmon P. Morgan, who 1 lave now, instead" of a supervisor job, and then look for a man to -Voted to switch the courthouse Malphurs, regular member;;; Communists denied the charge.
stressed the need for creating' over there? fill it. ] offices of
County JudgeA.
such a job, and implementingit School Superintendent elect'om In other action, the beard: L. Driggers and Tax Collec- Ford Owners

to facilitate the school pro- '' Casey commented, "We Appointed Mrs. R. C. tor elect Mrs. Helen W. Dukes Decorator
need more planning. Right now Crawford as driver for the bus StyledDRAPERY
gram. after the first of the to
.* In applying for the job, Law- the school boilers need to be to Keystone Heights, and an- give the judge more year room. up to $3900

son, who is a board member checked: out. There are changes nounced a fee of $5 per month
Agreed to Dr. G. F. On These
from School District 2, said he needed in the electrical wiring, for: students of that city now being pay Popular
Bolls of the King Mem 0 ria 1 ) FABRICS;

would resign a supervisor.that post His if term appointed -buses should schedule be put, and on there's a maintenance a- schools.transported to Bradford !Hospital in the for any treatment expenses of incurred indigent -- Engine Models .

i, \ ,has two years to run yet. lot of painting that needs to be Approved suggestion by persons hospitalized b 9-DAYS ONLY!
i ... Morgan told the board that a done." Hall that the purchasing agent Hurricane Dora.Instructed Y
*_ supervisor of maintenance and Member Dan Starling said, check on prices for equipping atDISCOUNT .
Maines to 1( IJI'III '
get an '
a =J":transportation is needed nowfrv''The "Right now the men we have all buses with right hand opinion from the attorney gen- n ..Jm'" !hnn Ut.p l 1....
of working on maintenance are mounted mirrors. He said the
weakness our setup
: eral on whether T. S. (Shep) Su. J J I f
t of can't do all need II'JJE IliI 'J S
: now, he said, "is a lack overloaded. They for such mirrors was illustrated Thomas could serve as Union''.' PRICES _
S planning. We have Raleigh the work that is required." by a recent mi- '
County civil defense direc tor 4 You, like moro than a million other cIII'om.n.wlU ,
U Brannen working on bus main- Morgan said, "We are goingto nor school bus accident in which with pay, while receiving retirement e add many thousands of trouble-free mllos
tenance and Bill Groughton have to make a change. driver Willie Mae Simmons to your present car with an Allttato Engine.You'll .
payments as former save money, tool Evory Soars Engine loan
Z? making emergency repairs to We're behind in our prograir:I changed lanes. school superintendent.Voted exact roplacomont.' Till block crankshaft
: school equipment. They are doll now. We have the materi al :sReappointed s Joseph P. camshaft connecting rods and cylinder heads
to receive bids on a are precision remanufactured. Closo toloranco
ing a good job, but we need for roofing the USO Building: Gale, former teacher at Starke bulldozer on Oct. G. The Furniture Manufacturers t t standards plus superb factory equipment plus
= someone to plan and supervise but it's not being done. T h e: Elementary, and at the same the finest experienced engine mechanics plus
.-Acknowledged letter fromU. scores of now parts results to a top quality
*'. the work." school at Hampton needs repairs -. time granted him a leave of absence -'. e sine.'m .
S. Sen. George Smathers
X' Member Rodney Hall said, "1 and that's not being: because of illness. Mor-
which stated that the pres en t M Ford 6 Cylinder Engines
move that we postpone any action done. gan said Gale asked for the action AMPLE HOUS d
for aid in build i in
:. on this. I question if we "Hiring a supervisor won't ge t; because it would m a k e courthouses program was nearing an g I Cylinder Block Assemblies

should appoint a School Board work done," Hall interrupted, him eligible for retirement pay end, and that the poverty 1K5-M III Cu. '11.. Use head and
:. member to any such job. I won- "it will take workmen." and said unable to work contained provisions program for South Main St. at S.W. 13th St. oil Regular pan $22 from*. With your Trade-in old engine.. 819000
:' der what the public reaction "But we've told Grougbtorand I because of an arthritic condi-
help in building commun i
would be; to me it would look Brannen to get extra hel I tion.AMERICA'S '' Complete Engine Assemblies
I MrI 1 Furnished with head, oil pan and
}' _. WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! covers as slew
ins m Cu. In. Regular price -26OO
-.' In, Levy S14*. With Trade-In .. .. .
.. Don't chance o heater that won't work!
W4-4I 113 CM. In. Regular price $22600
I It'sAnd'Wait Call today for our pre-season special! $M'. With TradeInFord . ....

V-8 Engines
\, =
See' HEATERS Cylinder Block Assemblies
IMS-M m and Itl Co In. Use
"f. BRONSON Levy County
... Mads and e4 pan from your eldengine. _
Civil Defense Director Clifton Regular Illy. With 800
,' -- I Trade-in. '..............,......
D Griffin last night was taking a
HIYItOt "wait-and-see" attitude toward l CLEANEDCall Complete Engine Assemblies

.. .'\; 'JI. Hurricane Dora before advising Furnished with heads, oil pan
.. I : u ......
all- ut precautionary measures.He and cavers as

t.. .. advised Levy Countians to now before the first ONLY v 155-57 With Trade-in.271 Cu. In....Regular. ... ....S2f...... $25900
take preliminary hurricane pre- cold snap to avoid fighting
.. In. 126000
Cu. Regular .m
-L cautions, but he'said indicationslast I o balky heater when the 1W4-5 With Trade-in Itl .. .... ............. .
night were that Levy Coun- temperature tumbles and $ C2S 2t2 Cu. In. Regular SIX. 27200
_. IWf-41
.. ty would not feel the full forceof servicemen are swampedwith With Trade-In. ..................

..' ULU Dora. He said that the strongest emergency calls. ". HO"MONEY DOWN os low os $11.50

....:,. winds were not expected until CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE a month on Sean Easy Payment Plan

.. this afternoon and that' any GUARANTIED TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE .regardless. of condition
J. : announcements regarding the I HEATER CLEANED Plus *% S. .. TnII lot your old engine. There are no "Extra or Midden charges. The
quote is the price you paj.I. .
closing of schools and preparation price we
measures to be taken wouldbe Good I. NEW PARTS Over 200 Brand New Parts in a V-8 Complete Engine

\. made early this morning. II US"EDk HEATERS *20 And semblies.. a corresponding number in 6 cylinder engines and block as-

Griffin said that all schoolhouses Up
I 'UCKORY in the county would be SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS prices include Installation Gaskets also New Hydraulic Lifters
open to those who need to seek I where 'specified.FAST .

f refuge from the hurricane. He Central Heating Oil Furnaces . 7.50 EXPERT INSTALLATION can be furnished by Seors. You 1
said that heavy rainfall follow-I coo include the cost on Sears Easy Payment Plan

ing the hurricane could possiblycause j CALL FR 2-9561 Shop .t Sears SEARS 14 South Main
MOST MAGNIFICENT BOURBON the evacuation of Yankee- end Save Phone 372-8461 I

1, -. uuiui Ile:eras WIIIKf M rwof ou iicton! amuses eo, WUL town residents' since that townis I C. B. BOHANNON. JR. STORE HOURS; Mono.Tues, Fri Wed..f Thurs..,n. .td Sat t p.m.t unto J.M pjn.

in a low ground location.

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Wednesday, September 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun IS'

! = TT = THE OBSERVER', Rustelhjaker \ '. ._ ; <..w 5 Children

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i, ''jrt; .I 1 I-'w. : !{ : Lost 17 Hrs. I

& !
The 1
Hubcap Stealers f't..w A: t:- ',.;!' >:!.;. III Woodland

F <4E; .
'." "' '. ,. ,
:i->-:'t' ... ,
:; '.; OHIO N.Y. AP) The 8-

year-old spokesman for five

. children who had been
@NtwUnrkwhnt1i English that the common cold but it is really no odder!sibility for the tourist business. a in dense Adirondack woodlandfor missing j

, WASHINGTON The news results from permitting the tem- than the European custom of All tourists should be barred

that French tourists are dissatisfied -perature inside a building to going to bed with a hot water I from subways. remarked nearly to 17 three hours casually

and with vary more than five degrees bottle. ((5)) No rescuers:
unhappy I one understands r- : "We little bit
t were only a
New York is not surprising but from the open-air temperature.This The French have other complaints French. Advice: actually lost."

.I what is curious about the accounts for the odd Eng- : French is widely understood in Volunteer searchers

French bill of particulars is its lish habit of sitting around the ((1)) Aside from three mu- New York, but everyone is : ; youngsters and their two found setter the

preoccupation with trifles. house on winter evenings in,'seums there is nothing worth afraid to speak it. These dogs shortly after 9 a.m. Tues-
American tourists who dislike gloves scarves and overcoats. French have been W
seeing. Advice: they should be speakers I day on the bank of Little Black
New York dislike it with Make an Englishman comfortable shown the really magnificentholes traveling for years in France Creek near a rock where the

i grandeur. They denounce the indoors on a misera- that lie within easy walk- and they know from bitter experience apparent leader, Teddy Fulleg,

traffic the architecture the ble day and you make him ing distance of any hotel in that nothing infuriatesa 1 said the five had spent the

prices the dirt, the noise the miserable. On a steamy day New York. A museum is a mu- Frenchman like an Americanwho night.

crowds the incivility the famous -he will say as Foy quotes the seum anywhere in the world makes a grammatical err- Searchers found a green

inhumanity of its people French in New York as say- but for holes there is no beat- or in French or mispronounces sweater and several footprintsjust

and its people in general. ing, "In the hotels. .it's impossible -ing New York. Fauteuil. before discovering the

The French according to to open a window. It's ((2)) The World's Fair is too These New Yorkers courte children about three miles from

Louis Foy, New York corres- :like an icy cage." hot and overcommercialized. ously refuse to address French their families' campsite in the
of Paris Presse I In case let us assume Advice should visitors in French because
pondent are any : they go precisely -I they state park in northern Herkimer
so overwhelmed with piffling I that Foy is not spoofing and for these reasons. When.I do not want to offend their sen -- County.

little New York frustrations r that he is really quoting Frenchmen. they return to France they will sibilities. If the French wil 1 Plan Teddy said one of the childrenhas
that they cannot see the big What can be done to be able to impress stay -at- use their German or Spanish, FAMU IBM Center discarded the sweater

miseries. It may be, of course help these wretched travelers :homes with their savoir faire many natives will gladly respond because "it got too warm Mon

that Foy is merely teasing. Indeed ;who feel trapped in icy cages i by saying "But of course I attended in kind.Lynda. Equipment for Florida A&M University's newly renovated IBM Center is day afternoon.

close study of the- complaints 'develop catarrh and poke their I the World's Fair. It was being installed in newly remodeled quarters on the campus and the new computer -
which he attributesto fingers through paper handker- a bore-too hot and overcom- programming "heart" of the institution is expected to be in operation children were reported
French tourists suggest that chiefs? mercialized." Due within the next week. Pictured here examining some of the center's electronic missing at about 4:30: p.m.

he has not been talking to The American travel author-I (3) There are no bidets in ho- equipment are, left to right : Frank Olds, internal auditor at Florida A&M; Monday.The .

Frenchmen at all, but to Eng- ities in France could easily tel bathrooms. Advice: if gen- At Ken Howell, assistant engineer with the Tallahassee office of the International children, other than

lishmen. solve part of the problem by uinely distressed about this inadequate Royal Business Machines Corporation: H. R. Partridge, FAMU business manger; Joe Teddy, were:

For example he writes "It's advising Frenchmen to pack I the French visitor Derricote. Tallahassee IBM sales representative; and Don Ridge, district systems Daniel Graves, 8, and Daniel's

either too hot outside or too I'handkerchiefs gloves and I should leave the room immediately Wedding engineering manager, IBM, Atlanta, Ga. I sister Deborah 6, children of

cold in the stores, hotels, mu-'wool socks. Americans who : go to the hotel restaurant Mr. and Mrs. James R. Graves;

seums and air condition have long experience of ice and order a bottle of Theresa Bessmer, 9, and her
movies. They all catch colds cages know that the body does good French wine. When the Nriu Hark Simra Germans brother William, 5, children of

and because they brought no not feel the chill-that the mind bill is presented, the shock will By NAN ROBERTSON Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Bessmer.

handkerchiefs they have to use does not think cold-as long as clear his mind of trifling discontents WASHINGTON President Their All live in Sherrill, a city of 3-

tissues. The paper is too thin the hands and feet are warm. about plumbing. Johnson has designated his 20- In 000 west of Utica.

and their fingers go through itThe Inside these frigid hotel I ((4)) The subway is dirty and year-old daughter Lynda to rep- Teddy also of Sherrill is the

.tt rooms the sophisticated American smelly. Advice: worse than resent him at the wedding of Wall son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O.

English obsession with traveler dons his gloves that the passengers are liableto King Constantine of Greeceand AP Fuller.

physical discomfort permeatesthis and woolen socks and keeps be cut or beaten which is Princess Ann Marie of )
Germany (AP) West
passage. It is a well-recog them on, even in bed. This may an acceptable risk for New Denmark in Athens Sept. 18. Sothern workers completed Space Age

nized national delusion of the strike the French as peculiar, Yorkers but an intolerable pos- The President's other personal Hollywood" than nine feet high a

representative is William G. reads: that critics say serves Stock StirsExcitement

Helis Jr. of New Orleans a image. purpose as the Red-

Traffic Snarl Gives Sense prominent' oil operator active in I Wall to prevent:
I Greek American affairs! who' well she I of East Germans

:has long been a friend of the process. .
Greek Royal family. He has photo of NEW YORK (APThe)

Of Pride MuscovitesBy :known the king now 24, since orous s concrete barricades and made chicken of start of "big board" trading of
I to babyhood.The recent Comsat the space age stock.
were erected
two will fly from New' triggered excitement on Wall

Am'HOSYlUTE not announced. The number of forth across lanes without looking York late Sunday arriving in 50 work territory is under near way on Hof a Street Tuesday.A .

MOSCOW (AP) Muscovites taxis seems to be a military se make snap turns and stop Athens Monday. over the Saale River the brief jam of buy and sell
have one capitalistic creation cret. What the taxis do must without signals. Lynda met Anne Marie a line between East orders at the opening delayedthe

they're secretly proud of-the also be 'a military secret And with an apparent disdain -year ago during her father's SIlo Germany. first transaction on the New

traffic snarl. catching one after the theateris for human-life, they will trip to Scandanavia and Con- ''I bridge is a joint effort York Stock Exchange 12

Once almost bare of traffic tougher than gatecrashing a barrel into a flock of pedestrians statine in 1962 at his family's Germany meeting the minutes, and jumped the stock's

the Soviet capital is fast takingon Kremlin party.Its scattering ,them like summer palace on the island of costs and East price $4 to $46 a share.

the frantic frenetic appear- wide boulevards have saved frightened chickens. Corfu in the Ionian Sea.Europe's furnishing the labor. By the end of the day Comsatwas

ance of London New York or Moscow so far from really Pedestrians ask for it. They royalty, including ( of the wall say it back to $42.37 a share -

. Paris. serious traffic problems. Gorki have little use for traffic signals -36 a dozen kings and queens and Fifty for to keep unauthorized after touching $42 at the low
and pete
. And with the jam is comingthe Street the main thoroughfare : and still miraculously stay princes attend princesses is ica of away from the point on turnover of 68,100
expected to the
inevitable by product-the through the center of town is ,alive. marriageat site. shares. The offering price in
the Orthodox Tuesday
Cathedral in
problem of parking.But wide enough for six lanes of Some have developed. clever -Athens. The bride tJ-be just :to the including Free Demo- June was $20.
Russians proud of ,autos and room to park on both
are of with party members who
way playing traffic turned 18 last week. boardwalk
their jams and have not yet sides. rather like a bullfighter does Under a ,' to make it an issue in the 11 Drown
got to the cussing stage. To But city planners are looking -:with a charging bull twisting posed for parliament suspect the
them the jams show that the ahead. In several parts of TeachersSti'ike I built to hinder
their bodies sideways, hardly and press TEHRAN Iran AP) Eleven -
people are getting richer and the capital underpasses are ,shifting their feet so that a car patio as East German refugees. passengers of a motor launch
can afford more autos. being built at busy junctions. I will just about brush their cloth- to the ; Bonn agreed to the drowned in the Shatt al! Arab
"How do you like this jam They are not essential just now OnOpellillgDay away in order to get the bridge River near Abadan the evening
Russian will ask you -but the time is coming when
eh? After project going.
Ettelaat said .
paper Tuesday.The
tangle with rush hour they will be. ing.Arab
as you girls
traffic in Gorki Street. And he It's still no great problem to Chiefs where I paper said the launch hit a
Mission beacon light in the river.
will smile delightedly when you find a place to park in Moscow hearse for

swear. but it happens especially in EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) After I I
But the jams are caused less the narrower streets off the Arrive ,At i About two-thirds of East St. participate :i (AP) A KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE

by the privately owned autos main boulevards. I Louis' 728 teachers struck this night's Garden"a trade mission is in open for
to establish Ball Game Pick
Upat I
than by the thousands of taxis Soviet authorities never issue industrial city's 35 public ea while] commer-

and heavy trucks that roar and accident statistics and there is CompromiseALEXANDRIA schools on opening day Tues-in their official between the two Littlewood Newbcrry and Road Terwilliger N.W. Section.SchoolsOld
rumble through the city's main no way to know how many pile- lay, and only 10,000 pupils of 22- Actual Tuesday. sources an Phone FR J-4W7.

arteries. ups happen in a day or a year Egypt (AP) 500 enrolled arrived for classes. $10,000 I

Moscow's auto population is or how many people are killed .- Arab summit leaders brushed mated $

NOTICE OF SALE or maimed in road smashes. ,aside Tuesday night the difficult The strike over a 10 per cent pearance SAVE LIVES WITH A PASSION.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNYou But if the standard of driv- military issues dividing them salary increase climaxed protests Miss U"W.

Ing motor are hereby vehicle notified: 1961 Mercury that the 4 follow-door ing and the carelessness of pedestrians -,and agreed on a compromisethat ; by members of Local 1220 nesday MAKE LOVE WITH ABANDON!
SU42XS13577 will be sold at public sale in any guide the fig- fell short of the goals demanded of the American Federation of:$40,000 in
at 10:00 AM o'clock on the 15th day of AFL-CIO. Most of the
Sept.. 1944. at 1321 North Nan: St. ures must be pretty high. by, their chosen military awarded.
Gainesville. Florida. The proceeds of the For Moscow's drivers are fast commander.A teachers had struck last May The
sale will be applied to tne payment of : ,,
end sale usually expectthe over and other benefits. '
the cost of retaking. storing drivers. They conference spokesman pay swim
of publication said motor of notice vehicle. of and sale and the cost then of to other fellow to get out of the announced the agreement but' Union President Clyde Reynolds for talent !f
of the balance due
the satisfaction back and
the contract with James U Vrforsham.J72S way. They weave declined-- to-- "give" -- details.-- Omitted said about 450 of the mary :
Florida SE covering Hawthorne the Road.financing Gainesville of said IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. in the spokesman's remarkswas school system's teachers were names of
motor vehicle.and you Any will surplus remain wil'liable be paidto for FOR EIGHTH ALACHUA JUDICIAL COUNTY. IN CHAN the.crux.. of the conference. picketing. He said 503 were on ists will ; g wTwur

any you.balance remaining' unpaid under said CERY.ARTHUR V. BROWN. JR.. the right demanded by the strike, and estimated that at night.
contract. Plaintiff. Joint military in all -
Dated this 26th day of August. 1944. Arab Headquarters least five schools were without'
CORPORATIONBY ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT -vs.BEVERLY ANN BROWN. commander, Gen.JAly Aly teachers. Local 1220 represents panel of

: H. L. JAMERSON DIVORCE Defendant.No. 12176-C Amer to station troops from 535 teachers.A Miss
Gainesville.. Florida NOTICE OF SUIT other Arab states in Lebanon I
(WOO) 9:
TO: Beverly Ann Brown spokesman for the school
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO JIM Tucker Lane Syria and Jordan. These coun-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Apartment C-2 board said 260 teachers crossed'
tries and others sources reported -
Pursuant to Chapter 85409. FLORIDA Baltimore 7. MarylandYou picket lines and reported for; [
STATUTES. ; 59. notice is hereby cwen are hereby notified that there stalled any decision to station -
that Joseph Silver-man doing business as has been filed by ARTHUR V. BROWN.JR. work. The spokesman declined
Young American Shop intends to register ., in the Circuit Court of Alachua! troops anywhere "withoutthe ( 2400 .
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of County. Florida. his complaint againstyou comment on whether any' j
Alachau County said fictitious trade and that! the relief therein prayedfor consent of the country con- schools were without teachers' i
name under the provisions of the aforesaid is a divorce. cerned." I
statute. This is. therefore. to command you to i but said that all schools were See Both
DATED this 10th day of August. A.D. file your written defense in MM cause I The conference has been ,
194. on or before the 28th day of SeptemberA. ; I I open. LEE .
deadlocked issue
BY: JAMES STUART WERSHOW D. 1964. and that you shall thereafter I on this on 'II "
Attorney on or before the 28th day of Septem moves to standardize arma- Pickets appeared at all public' '"":*"
II N. W. First Street ber. A.D.. 19 44. serve a copy of your i I 'I ; THE BOY FROM THE THE ATTACK...
Gainesville Florida defenses if any. on Barton & Burwell. ments. schools in this city of PARTr.. I SLUMS-i-who became the
(3573) 8:24; 9: 2. 9, 16 212 S. E. First Street. Gainesville. Florida oo young
attorneys for the plaintiff. and immediately 88,000 across Mississippi River -: up in a a doctor and had to doctogdb
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. file the original in
thereafter I i
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I I my office. Upon failure to comply with China Charges I from St. Louis Mo. I ball knfe-fIghtf'bisgFI1! thrcehoodsl7JJ !
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY either of the above. a decree pro con-
CHANCERY tesso will be entered against you according : Only the demand for a salary
Plaintiff Witness my hand and seal of our Circuit Political Deal ,increase remained in dispute
-Va- Court. this 24th day of August. A.D. after a negotiating session I
Defendant.NOTICE TO DEFENDTO J.Circuit B. CARMICHAEL Court Clerk of TOKYO (AP) Without 'ended early Tuesday. Teachers' : :
: Robert Michael Stanford By Emily Waterhcuse mentioning Premier Khrush salaries range from $5,200 to $7-
Whose Residence and Post !
(Court Seal)
Office Address I is Unknown !BARTON & BURWELLn2 chev's visit to West Germanynext .200 a year. "The INTERNS
You are hereby notified that Marie
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Ctantord has filed her sworn Complaint I'Gainesville. Florida year, Red China charged ... ".. ,
to the Circuit Court of Alachua Cou "current S. I '.
'Attorneys for Plaintiff Tuesday there were I "
ty. Florida. against you seeking a Final (3572) 1:26; ':2. .. 1* ,Ce ". .andthefr loves !
Decree of Divorce. maneuvers for a dirty pouucal a CoIoooI ...... ..... new

You day are of further this Notice notified to that Defend the return is- REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTIONTO NAME deal to sell out the (Communist) il I,
Pursuant to Section 665.09. Florida Statutes I
Sept. 22. 144 and you shall said German Democratic Republic. [
date serve a copy of your defense if I notice is hereby given that the undersigned .. ./?/
any. upon Lowry and Andrews Attorneys c desiring to engage in business An article in the official Peo ... ..,. && .,
for the Plaintiff whose address is I under the fictitious name of Knotts .. .. US
P. O. Box 390. Gainesville. Florida and I Bar. located at 616 N. W. lim Street. ple's Daily accused West Ger- . ...
immediately thereafter file the original of i in the City of Gainesville. Alachua County.
many of dreaming to annex NW 13th FR 6-6472
same in the office of the Clerk of the t Florida. intends to register the said
Circuit Court of the above styled Court: Iotherwise name with the Clerk of *he Circuit East Germany. I _. ALSO IN OCALADINING !
a Decree Pro Confe&so will I Court of Alachua County FloridLDATED .___ I
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be entered against you at Gainesville. Florida this 31st .
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit I day of August. A. D. 1964. :
Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of (S) WILLIAM F. KNIGHT. JR.
Florida! as well as the Clerk of tile (5) MARY EVELYN KNIGHT
Circuit Court on this 17th day of August. I BATES & JONES rm in ( ctra
A.D. 1964- Attorneys at Law i iOl1t u
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Scientist: Both Practical, Abstract Views of GodThis f

is an article on the God: God is a spirit, and it is I day reality of the table and the I rather different sets of ideas:=!!!!

question "Can a Scientist Believe not useful or possible to describe IJ J rock is an illusion, and that if an electron can be two whol-

in God." It is part of God in any other way.I reality is in fact a very subtle, ly inconsistent things, it is a About The AuthorWarren

the Son's continuing series, am sure that each of these WHAT OUR evasive, and somewhat abstract little narrow to expect so much

"What Our Religions Are." ideas has well served different i1.t business.A less of God. Weaver, scientist, mathematician and

persons at different times. But scientist does not accept educator, was vice-president for the natural and

By WARREN WEAVER my own concept of God is rather ideas just because they are : Can a scientist believe the medical sciences of the Rockefeller Foundationuntil

different. abstract or unreal. He raises a Bible? 1959 ; since then he has been vicepresident -

t > What is science? The difficulty I find with the very basic question: "Does this I I think that God has revealed of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.He .

'It is the activity whereby man three conceptions of God just \ RELIGIONS ARE definition work successfully?" Himself to many at many is a member of the Board of Scientific Con-

1 gains understanding and controlof summarized' is not that they are "Electron" is only the name times and in many places. I sultants of the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Can-

nature. It is practiced professionally vague; not that they depend behind a set of phenom e n a, think, indeed, that he keeps cer Research. He has been chairman of the boardof

and intensely by a upon faith rather than reason; but essentially all physicists revealing ,Himself to man to- the American Association for the Advancement .

few, but practiced to some de not that they may even involve agree as to what these electron day. Every new discovery of I of Science, and is currently vice-president

gree by every person.It contradiction.I a scientist than an electron. you should ask just what it phenomena are; and there is science is a further "revela- of the board of trustees of the Academy of Relig-

proceeds by observing and think that vagueness is Chairs and tables and rocks !means when God has a high degree of agreement on tion" of the order which God gion and Mental Health, and chairman of the
you say
experimenting, by constructing sometimes not only inevitablebut these are in fact not very "real"to certain human characteristics.) I the rules which govern eleeI has built into His universe.I board of the Salk Institute, for Biological Studies.

theories and testing them; by even desirable; that faith a scientist, if he is thinking Then physicists realized that I Iron phenomena. If there is believe that the Bible is i

discarding the theories that do in certain realms of experience, deeply.A electrons are wave motions. this kind of consistency, then a the purest revelation we haveof I
not check with the facts, and by is powerful than logic. I definition "works" and
more the
the of
nature goodness
table viewed with
the precise (Wave motions of what? Well, tist would have considered it not through exhibition of ca
improving good theories into And scientists accept such con- scientist finds it acceptable and God. It to natural
seems me
tools of the atomic physicist it isn't useful to ask this ques- ridiculous to ask this question.! price.
better ones. It is never perfect, tradictions more readily than satisfying.Man that the hu- .
indeed inevitable
is a shadowy, swirling set tion, either.) Today, physicists But scientists today, aware of
never absolute, never final; most people think. of electric charges, these electric think of electrons as being bothor has not attained the man record of divine truth the peculiarities of mo d ern Can a scientist believe in .
but it is useful and it improves.Not I My difficulty with the viewsof same universal agreement, 'should exhibit a little human I .
charges themselves being ( either) particles or waves. physical theories, would say, "life after death"?
every scientist would accept God sketched above is simply very vague and elusive. So Further, you can't pin down consistent explanations, f or'l fraility along with much divine! "In the overwhelming proportion -
this definition. Almost that though bring comfort what can be called God truth. It to me quite Scientists are very heavily I
[ they viewed, the table completelyloses this electron-object, whatever it seems of the cases, the water will
every scientist would want to the emotional nomena. Yet I accept the idea to be disturbed (but not exclusively, as some
on plane, I
its large-scale illusion of is. If you ask the electron more I unnecessary \get hot and boil. But in one of:
I change it a little, and a few I they do not seem to bring sat- solidity.In and more insistently "W her e !of God for three reasons: over minor eccentricities in a vast number of trials, it is &!J claim) influenced by evidence:

would want to, change it a lot. isfaction on the intellectual fact, the modem scientisthas are you?" you end up with less First, in the total history of the record. be expected that the water will!!If there is good evidence for a

. But, by and large, a scientist :plane. two sets of ideas about the and less information about !man there has been a most im- There are, of course, sincere I freeze rather than boil." !statement, they accept or b e- '
is define science. Hedoesn't I lieve the statement if thereis
ready to When I take any such idea of world, which he carries in his where it is going. Or, if you pressive amount of general and earnest persons who i ; I

feel the need (as he God and try to work with it [head simultaneously. He uses demand to know more and more I agreement about the existence find it necessary to place a literal I J.'100. recognizes good evidence against they

would in trying to define religion mentally, try to clarify it or the simpler set of ideas when it accurately "Where are you going r(if not the details) of "God". interpretation on every the exceedingly rare possibility I reject. If it seems impossible to
his statementby like evidenceeither
to of
) qualify think it through, I find myself works, and he falls back on the ?" you end up with less and This agreement is not so logi-I word in the Bible, and who happenings water produce any
I. saying, "This is my kind of aC-1 freezing on a hot stove, or like I for or against a statement -
getting confused or embarrassed more fundamental set when less information about where it cally precise as the agree- cept every statement as d
science this is what science a brick spontaneously moving then scientists tend to consider -
using words with which I necessary.The ments about electrons; but'vinely revealed truth. This
'If 5 1 means to me." is.I upward I several feet which, such statements as unprof-
am not fundamentally content, simpler set of ideas am not being facetious. far, far more people believe! titude seems to me to lead to I
f words which cover up difficul- deals with large-scale objectsyou Modern physics simply cannot and have believed in God than both spiritual and intellectual''|so contradict the usual orderof itable matters of inquiry.So .

What is religion? ties rather than explain them.It me, tables, chairs, rocks, tell both where a particle is and believe or have ever believed poverty. events that"they can be call-i) far as I am concerned, I

Religion is a highly personal therefore gratifies me to mountains. For these large- where it is going; it can an- in electrons. of miraculous ed "miracles. No one can log "life after death" is a matterin
affair. I can only tell you what use additional ways of think- scale objects, the scientist hasa swer one or the other, but not I I Second, I know I cann o t happenings reports in Biblical times ically hold that science r u les. which I can neither believe

I mean by the word. ing about God ways which workaday set of ideas about both. ;think through the realm of religious -! seem to me more reasonably ;out "miracles" as impossible. |I nor disbelieve. To date, at least

Religion, to me, has two seem to me intellectually satis- solidity, location, reality, etc. Or out experience as satisfactorily -! understandable as poetic If my religious faith required''1 have been too much interest.I .

, main aspects. It is, first and fying, and consistent with the In these everyday terms, a careful suppose measurements you carry and as I can think through ancient exag- miracles, my scientific knowledge 1-,Jed I in this life to feel any urge
con- geration, as interpretations -
foremost, 'a guide to conduct. other rock is solid and real becauseit i would not necessarily Ito| indulge in speculation
thinking I try to: do along sult the best theories of phy- certain smaller and less Important of events which we would pure t
Second, it is the theory of the hurts toe when I them. But religious I about another.
lines scientific or not. In- your you sics to determine what an electron problems. The nuclear!not consider miraculous today, deny my
moral meaning of our existence.Do deed, it is these additional ways kick it. You know how to mea- is physicist today only has incomplete faith does not at all rest on the;
going to do next Well, or as concessions (on the part
not be surprised that this which very directly relate to sure where a star is and howit and contradictorytheories. I validity of ancient mirac I e s.1 NEXT "Who Are the
it turns out that can only of Christian writers; to the I
definition of religion involves a scientific thinking and scientific is moving. say what it is likely you to do next. But the theories work problem of competing with the I To me, God gains in dignity Unchurched?" Part I.
practical aspect, which touches theories. Let illustrate this. and through manifestations ( 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines -
me These ideas are extremely Science can predict with great pretty well, and represent the magical claims of other reli power c.
every act of every day, and a of His reason and order and Broadcasting, Inc.)
useful. If a scientist got best knowledge we have on a f
When I troubled definiteness
"intellectual" ct am or on large-scale, everyday
more asp e some morning without these very important subject. I
which comes into play relatively afraid, when I am deeply con- sort of phenomena; but
seldom. This double answeris cerned for those I love, when I workaday ideas, he couldn't this definiteness fades away Third, I accept two sets 0 f Can a scientist believe in l

to be expected from a sci- listen to the hymns which go even succeed in getting his and vanishes as you proceed ideas of God the everyday miracles? RESTAURANT FEATUREWEDNESDAY ,

entist shall And back to the loveliest memories of shoes on. Indeed, he would down the scale of size, to individual concept of an abstract God Put a kettle of water on the
as we see.
scientists are precisely the kind my childhood, then God is to never figure out how to get out events. If a scientist is for the very solid reason thatI stove. What happens? Does I

of people who should not be me an emotional and comforting of bed. studying just two electrons it find both of them personally the water get hot and boil, or SOUTHERN II

surprised if these two aspectsare God a protecting Father. But the scientist also knows turns out to be completely satisfying. It does not at all does it freeze? I

not "consistent" with each When I am trying to work outa that all these large-scale ideas hopeless for him even to try worry me that these are two The nineteenth-century scien-

and simply do not stand under to track of which
other. problem of right wrong, up keep is which. FRIED CHICKEN

then God is a clear and un- close examination. When he All this may seem funny or:i( NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL I IIt I
Science tries to the
answer ambiguous Voice, an unfailingsource forces his thinking down to ridiculous to you. But you had I .
"How? How do cells LIFE INSURANCE
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act in the body? How do you not in the least understand how strangely abstract set of ideas clusions. Science may move on SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING I
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design an airplane that will fly these things happen; but I comes into play. to more advanced views of the I I II |
faster than sound? How is a I
know perfectly well, if I listen I Solids are not really solid. ultimate nature of things; but I bf I
molecule of insulin constructed? @
to this Voice, what is the right "Real objects" are not even there is not the slightest prom.:I I I III ''qii: EAT
Religion, by contrast, tries to I : L'
?" thing to do.I composed, as phycisists thoughta ise that the "improved view II i.' & II
the "Why
answer question have many times been un half-century of submicroscopic can be any less abstract. I
Why was man created? Why ago, Jim H. Dowling. AUDITING SERVICES Served from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.MyM .
certain which of action Most scientists I think have
course atoms like billiard balls. ,
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death? think of a single instance in my thought it was a particle. (You "understanding," or "defining"I 376-9783 PARTNERSHIP i .GAINESVILLE SHOPPING iHJi*
to analyzehow ....
attempts life when, asking what was the mustn't really ask what "par- really mean. And this holds for --- ---------- --
and and anI-
things people his really right thing to do; ,the ticle" means, any more than science no less than religion.To .
mals behave; it no con-
answer was not forthcoming. "explain" something usedto
cern as to whether this behav-
These two statements cov- mean that you described a
ior is good or bad, is purposeful E.
er my everyday relation with Germany strange situation in terms of
But is
not. religion
or precisely God. I do not find it helpful more familiar situations; you

the quest for such an- or necessary to try to analyze Eases Visits "understand" the thing which
whether act is rightor
swers: an
these statements in logical was "explained" with more
good or bad, and why.I .
wrong terms. They state facts of ex- BERLIN (AP) East Ger- familiar ideas.
that when theologians
realize perience. You can no more con- man Communist party boss I But if you have any mental
define religion they em-
vince me that there is no such Walter Ulbricht says East ;curiosity, you are bound to
abstract consider-
phasize more God than you can convince me Germans of "pension age" will say "How about the more fam-

that ations. They would is probably the service say that a rock is not solid in be allowed to visit relatives in iliar ideas? Explain them!" .
each case the evidence is sim- West Germany and West Berlin And then you run into a real A.A11Aw .
and adoration of God" or "a .II. .
direct and uniform. dead end. .
of faith and worship"! ; the official news agency ADN ... !
familiar For a. .
As a scientist who is said Tuesday. i any "explanation, however -
that religion is primarily "an
cr with the detailed explanations of useful and however comforting
Since the building of the I
apprehension, awareness, or
the atomic structure of, say, the finally comes to rest tot
Berlin wall
conviction of the existence of a three years ago, the
table and the rock, it does not on the unfamiliar because
being controllingman's Communists have allowed onlya
supreme disturb me, when to the bottom
surprise me, nor you get stepof Mt
destiny and nature's. few East Germans out of the
that these everyday concepts of an explaining process there
country. Most were party or '
God do not offer me detailed simply are no terms which you
How do you define God? government functionaries.
logical explanation. God on an can use to become "familiar"with
Some regard God in hu oldsters 0sr
very Allowing to reside in
intellectual plane (corresponding the bottom step.Let's .
man terms, as a father wo is the West saves the East Ger-
to the theoretical plane of take stock of where we

kind but nevertheless subjectto the physicist) is something else. man government payment of I are. I am trying to explain
spells of wrath. : That "something else," justas pensions. The West German whether or not a scientist can
Others assign to God a lot of I '
a scientist would expect, is government pays pensions to I believe in God. To do this, I IM .
other human qualities (love, an-
the intellectual persons over 65 coming from a
very abstract: on am trying to explain the way
ger, sympathy, knowledge, etc.)
level, God is, to me, the name East Germany. I.scientists think. p
but these
expand qualities -
behind a consistent set of phenomena And we find that a scientistis AIM ,,.
human possibilities (limitless
love, infinite wisdom, total all of which are recognizable Johnson Aims by his training, specially .
in terms of moral prepared to think about things M
knowledge, etc.).
and which deal with r in two : the everyday ,
purpose ways way
Still others take a mystical at- To See HSTWASHINGTON
the control of man's destiny. I I and a second way which is a
titude toward the concept of
shall explain this in greater detail :deep, logical, restless, and detailed -
(Atfvtrtlstmvnt) (APPresi-
in a moment. way.
dent Johnson said Tuesday he In this second way of thinking -

Rip Van WinkleCouldn't Can a scientist believe in misses Harry S. Truman and I the scientist is forced to

I God? will fly out to see the former live with very abstract ideas.

Sleep with Some persons think that sci- president "the first time I get a He has come to feel their value Brighten Your

entists simply can't believe in, free afternoon." and their inevitability. He has

NaggingBackache God. But I think scientists have Johnson revealed his plans developed skepticism concern-

Nowl Yon tth.taatrcUefJOQ.... unique advantages here for during a hike around the White ing easy answers or the "obvious" -

from nkfzi&g ache and baebehe pain,that headache often caw adtutuenlar scientists are precisely the per- House with Dean Acheson, nature of events. -l' Profit Picture

rcrtlcM alchu and miMrabte tired- ut sons who believe in the unsee. Truman's secretary of state. He is the last to expect thatan
1eel1Ap.Whoa theas discomfort come on
with overertion er ctrcM and train able, the essentially undefin- I Johnson said he never failedto ; "ultimate explanation" is

-dutorbane you want may relief b-.want mild bladder it fat!irritation Another able. ; learn something when visiting going to involve familiar ideas.

following tiDe up a wrong rettleta food uncomfortable and drink-of fccliar.ten.. ..I No scientist has ever seen an. with Truman. I I He is convinced, moreover, that .

Uoan'a Pills work fut in S separate electron. No scientist soberly I ,reality is not simply denseness Chart
1. action your business progress upward with other business
waji: by speedy pain-relieving to progressive
ease torment of nagging backache headaches .'thinks that anyone ever could. Girl 18 ,i or visibility, hardness or solid-
mucenlar ache and pain %. by fact "electron" is ''1 To the scientist the real
toothing efecon bladder In simply ity. men who use Gainesville Sun advertising to reach prospects
mud diuretic action tending to increaM the name for a set of things that J! (his simply what is universally
output of the 19 mile of kidney tubes.
Enjoy a good night's sleep and the happen under certain circum: Assaulted [I experienced. and increase profits. Coverage is high cost is low. An exPerienced
&aam happy relief Bullions haft for over stances. I II 1! Does this sound abstract and
tO For convenience ask for the
Urg years.size. Get DoaVs Pilla today Yet nothing is more "real" to,I i; An 18-j'ear-old white girl was;:,I difficult? Of course it does: The capable specialist will show you how easy it ,is to cash, i in

: raped by a Negro man at the;scientist knows that when he is

rear of an apartment h o use I pushed back to a point at which on the high newspaper readership.

in southwest Gainesville Tuesday his thinking should begin, be

MOST RAW SU *'WNFLQRJDA IN the Gainesville Police Department is forced to deal with difficult 1! \, : _": _, ;. J
reported. abstractions.A :
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Wednesday, September 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun. 17OlA

1 ABBY ({ 6U'15 ALLY a
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What's your problem? p9f a' genral -

Shoo to That reply, write to Abby, Box 3365 JZ

Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and p v k& : I

include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

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DEAR ABBY: Several months- ago I went to a wedding DEAR ABBY: That paragraph out of your book, DEAR !: TUENAH POUND O1 PEPPER.13LOWSTH 1N 1

reception. After the gifts had been opened, the bride passed TEENAGER, telling girls exactly what to say to boys who '' = ATHIMW1FTH'GARDEN r '
I:.' her shoe around to be filled with money. I had never seen ask them to "prove their love" was wonderful advice.I /AH'LL'FUUSH {HOSE MAM HUSBIM ri
I anything like it before. Is that the custom nowadays? It seemsto could have used it four years ago.I RABBIT 'L INVEWTEDTHISMETHODMT

me if you take a gift, that should be enough. The people was in love with a boy I would have done anything for. our; DOGPATCMSTYLEI' iHEVAH. '
I have asked said they had never heard of such a thing And I did. Everything you listed happened to me. I com- Z v FUSUAHBASMESTH'SPiKE t *

either and I wonder if you or any of your readers have.. mitted an immoral act. I threw away my self respect. I lost *" 1 ? FAILS//

1, Thank you. my reputation, and I did get hi trouble.If <2 > THROUGH DOOR- 7H'r y 9-! ? I :
SHOCKED young girls would only listen to your advice daily, they ..
DEAR SHOCKED I have never heard of this "custom" could save themselves and their parents a lot of head- "

1 : either. Next they'll be passing the GROOM'S shoe around. aches. = ; "
The bigger the foot. the greater the loot. TOO LATE Z = 1. C
DEAR ABBY: I am almost 16 and my problem is a mother I

DEAR ABBY: First of all, these names are fictitious. My who won't let me have a girl friend over unless the houseis V

son, John, married Jane, a lovely quiet girl who worked to in perfect order. She's afraid the girl might go home and
help John finish college. They have been married three years. tell her mother that she's a poor housekeeper. Abby, my girl

Jane has a friend, who is pretty, unmarried and vivacious. friends don't go to people's homes to see what kind of house- I'LL GO
Well, I think Linda goes to John and Jane's apartment a keeper the mother is. I know when I am at someone's house, YE HE.ERED NARY BORRY A CUP FROM ) ,
little too often for everybody's good. She has stayed with them I never notice the housekeeping unless it is horribly messedup H CAN I SORRY ON IN AN'SET ENNYGOD 'r'' A WORD!!! sAIRY6ELlE .
on weekends and holidays. (She sleeps on the pull-down bed and even then I wouldn't care, or say anything about it. I"..c CORN A CUP MEAL OF A SPELL, GOSSIP -0 r-
in the living room.) When Jane's mother suddenly became Can't you explain this to my mother, Abby? She reads your EIV1NEY? TODAY? II
I' ill last month, she flew to be with her in another state. Linda column, and I can't seem to make her understand. P ; I
then moved into Jane's apartment to "keep house" for John. WANTS COMPANY CD

I (In a 3 room apt.!) I am not inferring that there was anything DEAR WANTS: I'll try:

wrong, but it looked bad. I've already heard some Dear Mother: There is nothing more comforting to a mother :

f talk about them. Even though my son is bright and has than knowing where her daughter is, and with whom. You wZ

f always been a good boy, I don't know how strong he is against can insure this feeling by encouraging your daughter to bring t

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f think someone should tell her not to be so trusting. Should I? time. Youngsters take little notice of housekeeping. In usal ri. q.q

; USE ANY NAME BUT MINE fact a little disarray is strangely inviting. 00

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I II he's "bright" he will quickly see the light. And if "he's "good" CONFIDENTIAL TO HARD LUCK HARRY IN SCHENEC-

I!' he will want to avoid the appearance of evil. And if some- TADY: Many of us don't recognize that opportunity is I PLACE YOUR EMPTIES NOW THE DAUGHTER l'iS THE 1AOON RANGE
thing IS going on, he'll know he isn't fooling anyone. knocking until we hear it knocking next door. IN THE CENTER OF THE"AMN IN THE OF LOVE AROUND sHF1t3.1'111!:
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i f O Mike Douglas 8:00 O Project 4-Discussion i dian Ronnie Martin com- Please I -+ SON OFAEGUN.. HOW GOES IT HE HAD A REHEARSAL VOtfRE' A lITTlE SHORT!
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5:30 O Newscope penetrating profile of Lafayette the Michael and Paula Word I I ;:- ..

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ii 5:00 O News, Sports, ing rural society and Berbutti jests about a 11:00 Q CD ConcentrationO ..... ieaw

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crooked cop is told to stop Consequences ; Z1 + BABY GICTURE IN THE I'M AS NAKED AS THAT WHEN
blind 'date. FRAMED L.IVVINcI
bandit. Bob wounded : his brother from testifying 12:45 OM a THEY WERE
was ;9:00 O Real West-Documentary O Guiding Light ,It I"
and captured while trying about a murder. Rob- 12:55 Q CD News ,

to rob a bank with ert Taylor, Janet Leigh, 1:00 Q News, WeatherO ... I

his brothers. (Special) The late Gary George Raft Steve For- Midday s 3, TII
O Deputy-Western 'I Cooper narrated this docu- rest, Anne Francis, An- CD (Color) TV Bingo Z 1 A

"Day of Fear." McCord mentary on the Old West. thony Ross. I., 1:15 Q Focus 2 .

brings a murderer into O Beverly HillbilliesThe 11:30 Q CD Johnny Carson 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's 10 : + ,

town. The outlaw has a Clampetts miscon- (Color) Scheduled guests Make a Deal 1 l li
fever, and the rumor strue Drysdale's invitationto include jazz vocalist Jackie Q ScienceO

i spreads that he has the ground-breaking Paris, Dennis Weaver of As the World Turns
smallpox. ceremonies for his new the new "Kentucky Jones" I j ,- n ::.
CD Wanted-Dead or Alive bank. They think they're show, and singer Anne 1:55 O CD News 5w.
"Bounty for a Bride." going to have to help Marie Moss. 2:00 Q CD Loretta YoungO I 'i V.

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fierce Apache for the af- B (Special) Billy Gra-! iI I 2:30 O CD DoctorsO H CANNOT MAKE, GOT TO SQUEAK BY WITH A PASS THIS
fection of an Indian prin- ham j and Afternoon House Party -: MRS.MARY RESENT, DR.HAWEON! TO THE COURSE, UNFORTUNATELY yEAR!-IF I FLUNK, AGAIN,DADDY SWEARS
I cess. 9:30 O Dick Van Dyke i 6:10 (D Continental Classroom Ii 3:00 O CD Another World THAT I AM NOT YOU! SCHOOL!

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(Color) "The Drifter" re- Laura posed for years ago, 6:15 O Scope 3:25 O News o FOR CREDIT! S'j _j+ t= MR.ALDEN FINISH
calls the Virginian's arrival is now-to her horror- O Humanities C-52 3:30 Q CD (Color) You Don'Say :t, M I If .f.f'W YOUR ABSORBING CONVERSATION .
6:30 O World Civilization I/ ..G ,WEU OT ON WITH
in Medicine Bow, displayed at a prominentlocal
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of the Republican Presidential son will soon become a 8:00 O Captain "Abbott and Costello Mee ; '' i r. LISTENtI'LL f BJT V'E'REWASTlNSTiWE EEEMAUMEE DO VPJ eoVYES, SHUCKS, fL PAY fry Iii ,.
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trifling very interesting. in-at night?" "We could give you a $25,.i

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spy detector test? I'd rather study rock forma- study them."
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shadow form, please." is set up to help anyone who left over from some res earl 1 I i
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wonder no ink' in the pen." much do you think your ex- also"throw in a short-wave radio J

tually man smiled. "Keep writ- pedition would cost?" HE NEVER WE EITHER OUT TO GET THE Y IN EITHER OKAY JOKESTER PONT HURT Ma KID. .
t said."I'd worry about that. "Oh, about $900." "To study rocks?" our frien d THAT W GAYS MOTHER WHO' LEAVES HIS OTHER; ONE OF THE WEN WHO CASE. HEI& ...Otrr. nJL CO AMVTHWC -
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Wednesday, September 9, 1964 Gainesville! Sun l'

, '_'-%.'. :/" I ''ON 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care

Malaysia a


Gets Aid ANNOUNCEMENTS : THERE PLAY us end SCHOOLVisit see for yourself. _ __ E i1 l S
24 SE 8th St. FR -7806.I
1 In Memoriam
care for infants & children In ACROSS

From 2 Card of Thanks my home. N E section. Call 372- 1. Heroic 26. Cipher II2RALARB0R
Britain 5149
3 Lost & FoundPersonlllzed poem 27. Camel's5.Fayorite

4 Services 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDMorley's talr robes -

LONDON 5 Travel Information .- ? T 0 N E. I C L 0OFFLR
(AP-Britain flew Deposit
r Special Notices 28.Tailor'i
J urgent reinforcements to Singapore 7 Florists Sandwich 11. iron !

Insulting I I 0 0 iI 0 R B
Wednesday to helpmeet I Baby Sitters. Child Care Shop \ 30.Body bone
r 14.Herring C
_i the growing Indonesian threat Places To Go And 1029 W. Univ. Ave. 31. Iota A C R 0 5 SIE. 11
Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE WAITRESS needed 4 to 12:00 sauce r iL
32.Vegas p K E.
l to Malaysia. p.m. shift also part time help. 15. Nine-sided
IS Apply In person. figure 34. Of pottery

rl. Military spokesman said SALES CLERKS AND 16. Bra ma38.. Altar screen PUZZLE
, about 500 men were sent for 74 Airplane Sales-Rentals CASHIERS WANTEDFull caw 40. Low haunt

( what was termed "emergency 71 Trucks for Sale and part time. Must be Moccasin 41. Faulty DOWN Locusts
79 Trucks Wanted able to work and
nights 19. Unexploded 1.Ancient of
operational duties in the Far 5. Dishes
80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Sundays. Only neat appear- shell 42.Ardor
i country soaked bread
East. 82 Trailer Rentals ing and dependable persons 20. Prepare 43.Achieve 2.Miss 6. Black

83 Motorcycles & Scooters need apply. Apply in person 44. Spring
F leather oFmovies
They were. flown from Wilden- 84 Automobile Repairs 2:00 to 5.00 pm. Personnel 22. Broke month Ntgrl, 7.Wine cask

I rath, West .Germany, where 85 Automobiles for Sale Office. J. M. Fields. StoneStLsedla: Penitential Roman 8. Surgical .

they formed part of the British 86 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL CASHIER.person. Wonderhouse experienced. Apply in paving season zoad Alligator instrument ..':.... .,
Rhine army. An army spokesman WOtTH: _14 S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. I'

said the airlift was a pre- WANTED experienced waitress. rz-rrrrrrr1o.LongI1tg.. ; t .4

j 18 Schools & Instruction Apply Humpty Dumpty .
Restaurant '
cautionary measure to meet 310 NW 13th St. 1 IF. slang
19 Music. Dancing IT- s, Undermine
present situation in Malaysia. 20 Wanted-Instruction WANTED experience waitresses /
all shifts. Larry's Restaurant 17.Rumen
Earlier a Royal Navy spokes- '
r 1225 W. Univ. Ave. /15 21.Small -if .
man confirmed that four ships WANTED _
I one full time or part tumor
of Britain's Far East fleet had 11 Female Help Wanted time waitress. Apply in person ;; 17 '6 22.Damage 4C.* '
morning or evening to Hotel 714 ; .
4 cancelled a visit to Australia. 12 Male Help Wanted _:Thomas.: 615 N.E. 2nd St. : \ I// .n 7F II I 23. Ikea hometown

i I ,The schedules of other British 13 Help-Male or Female CURB WAITRESSES day end'night .h / ./ :

ships in the area are being 14 Sales Help Wanted In person shift top Jerry's wages.Restaurant Apply, r U. Z, iZf 25 / Z6 Restaurant
li Work Wanted Female ,
2310 floor show
because of tensions -
reviewed -
17 Work Wanted Male MATURE woman for Doctor's of 7 26 I' Statellness

between Malaysia and Indone- fice bookkeeping typing. recep, 26. Fortress
said. tionist. Past experience h e I P. See how flower embroidery turns ( / / 'l./
sia the spokesman 311
FARMS & LIVESTOCK ful. Include full details In let shift into 29.June bug
a simple a glamor fashIon // / 'l./: //
I Britain committed to assist 3* Farm Equipment ter. Reply to box J70-A care of for day. dates.Newest 33.Gender
Gainesville Sun. *, JS 3' 31
JZ 1.1.5 I'
against Indonesia's 2I 7 Feed & Fertilizer 34.Source of
Malaysia WANTED experienced shift accented by 21-inch
J Legal Secretary

"confrontation" a form of 28 Livestock & Supplies to begin work Immediately spray in outline, single stitch. Pattern 36 3g JT cocaine
I, 29 Landscaping Top Soil for Senior Partner. Salary com- 714: transfer printed pattern 35.5,280
undeclared war. munsurate with experience and sizes 10 12 14 16, IS, 20. Staff _
30 Pets & Supplies - -
ability. Fringe benefits: Blue Siie. 41 ) / 4T
that 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL Cross and Blue Shield. For Interview 37. Penny
) The Indonesians charge contact E. A. Thirty-five cents in coins for this -
Federation James E. Clayton. Phone 372-951.or pattern add 15 cents for each ." W H L 38. Outfit
}I the Malaysian with, WAITRESSES WANTED Manor pattern for ist-class mailing and !:i= : r// : = : 39.Riverbar-

which combines Malaya special handling. Send to Laura
54 Business Opportunities Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 Par time 20 mine *P ?4 HJla.t" 9/r ncr
Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft -
I Singapore, Sarawak and North 57 Money to Loan W. University Ave. Dept.. P. O. Box 161, Old

Boreno infringes on their territorial 58 Mortgages WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in person Chelsea Station. New York 11. N.Y.
to Aunt Jemima's Kitchen. print plainly PATTERN NUMBER,
I claims and is a front for 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE 1614 NW 13th St. No phone calls NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.

/I British rule in the Far East. ONE please.part time cashier one full NEW FOR W5' 200 designs 18 Schools & !Instructions 32 Mobile Homes For Sole

Indonesian activity against time cashier evening shift. See more fashions to knit, crochet. than 16 Work Wanted Female HIGH _ _ _
61 Wanted to Buy ._Mr. Pem University Inn. evert Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery -
1964, 50x10 Chickasha 2 bedroom.
1 Malaysia has stepped up share dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. FULL time maid work at home free booklet A m e r lean
wanted 5
Will small and
sell for equity
62 Machinery I. Tools for Needlecraft Catalog. School, p. o. Box 16661, Jackson-
12 Mole new days a week. Phone FR .
6-8149. .
Help Wanted FR
assume payments. 2 7798
ply recently, with troop landingson 63 Building Materials vine I Fla' 32216
t the Malayan mainland and 64 Household Goods YOUNG MAN age 18-26. with PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt References exchanged. 28 Livestock fir Supplies CONNOLLYMobile

sharp guerrilla warfare in 65 Antiques nigh school education who Is interested Book. For beginners experts. Send Write box 578-A in care Gainesville _ _ _ _
66 Misc. For Sale in shoe retailing We can 50 cents nowl Sun.EXPERIENCED. FOR SALE pony saddle and bridle Home Sales, Inc 2 Jan 3
Borneo. offer you above average wag, woman to takecare $150. Call GR 5- o.c3. Melrose. bedroom mobile homes
67 Trading Post paid vacations and ether excel- of child. Own transportaFlorida.. floor plans. 7 year financing
68 Articles Wanted lent fringe benefiis. Apply to Mr. 12 Mole Help Wonted tion. Phone 374-1120 Drive out today. 3 miles South
IN Sanders Kinney Shoes Gainesville 5 p.m. FOR SALE 7 year old Mare and c* Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
69 Fuel Oil I. Woods Shopping C.nter.EXPERIENCID DAY'S WORK. Tuesday I. Wednesday colt with saddle and bridle. 4 376-0571
I Taylor 70 Boats Marina Equip. Phone 376-4912. year; old I black Shetland pony with
ALL AROUND net & Mill Work. Inc. has immediate bridle Call FR J-9J73.
71 Camp Hunt Fish COOK FOR MEAT AND VEGE- openings for cut-out men
72 Office Equipment TABLES. APPLY COLLEGE INN assemblers. formica men .. truck 18 Schools & Institutions WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a BUTTS
1728 W. UNIV. AVE.WHY. driver. Call to arrange for Inter- dairyman to show us a better
1 On 73 Musical Merchandise : view 372350 daytime or 372-0070 LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING dairy feed than CPA Cooperative
Reports after P.M.WANTED DEVELOP confidence overcome Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Oral-

fear-apply practical tech Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PDN MobileHomes i I
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Are You Reading two auto mechanics nique. Develop personality. Deserve per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- I
plenty of work, paid recognition. Be an Influ chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461-
32 Mobile Homes for Sale .
Viet Nam This Advertisement? vacation and other company ence.BS 2105
33 Lots for Sale degree 25 years experience.
I Could It be because you are not benefits. Apply in person Classes start .
:34 Waterfront Property 1 Sept. 24. 7 p m. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
satisfied with your present em- to Jim Herwitt Service For information caU 376-7724 after
_ _ _
3S Houses for Sale I ployment? INC
2f?ui tfarkWASHINGTON wlmr THEWANT Manager. Ridgway Motor S p.m. BEAGLE female 3 yrs. old spay--
1 36 Cottages for 51'I/ Because you are not Co. SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW ed. all shots excellent child's NEW
employed at
Maxwell pet. Phone 3729896. W 10 & 12- WIDES
37 Real Estate Exchanged this time? CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING -

D. Taylor the United States 38 Real Estate Wanted EXPERIENCED man.tq help man- Secretarial Courses Classes now MINIATURE Dachshund ACK quality also
Regardless of the reason for your forming Howell's Business Col- pups with family type disposition
I ambassador to South Viet 39 Out of Town Property interest if you can meet the following age .grocery Capable store.of Must be bondable lege. 21S W. Univ. partially housebrok en.S50 We need 25 trade-Ins this month
stocking. orderIng
I 40 Business Properties reasonable qualifications we Phone FR 6-3507 Phone FR 68963. Call us for the best deals.
Nam presented his first report will match our time against \ helping in store. Hubbard
41 Residential Income in discussing the yours Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th MEN & women U to 33 to train for BEAGLE puppies. AKC, perfectly 376-8361
on Southeast Asia to President splendid opportunity Ave. & Millhopper Rd. marked. from good hunting line.
42 Farms 4 Acreage we may have for you. CIVIL SERVICE NW 13th St at 6th St. On street
Johnson at a brief White House 43-1 Colored Property Sales Here are the basic qualifications-! WANTED man 21 or over for serve Examinations. For information 413o Excellent: NW 12th pets.St.Phone FR 6-2188. parking all around our corner
1. Are you between the ages of 20 ice station work. Experience deSired send name address & Phone No. Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each
conference Tuesday night.A and 45? but not necessary. Perm- Key Training Service. 112 W. week day.

full review of the South RENTALS 2. Are you willing to travel 5 days anent. Apply Mr. Young. Dan- Adams St- Jacksonville. 32 Mobile Homes For Sole I _ _ __ _
e'eh week but be home on weekends iels' Service Station 736 N.
Vietnamese situation will begin 43 Colored Property Rentals SUN i ? Main St.LICENSED. Real Estate Exam Lowest prices, easiest terms larg-
44 Cottages for Rent 3. Do you have at least a high est display in central Florida. FREE ESTIMATES on
I at 11 a.m. today u n de rJohnson's octopi education? Real Estate salesman. COURSE We trade for anything. Free defURNACfS and Quality
} 45 Furnished Apts. 4. Do SI 00 a week drawing account. ATTEND First lesson free.
to 100 miles.
you own a gd automobile? livery up
chairmanship. Those 46 Unfurnished Apts. S Are you bondab e? Large volume builder developing HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLtwE IRAILERMART Central I Air I
Oh 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. COLLEGE 211 W. Univ. Ave
iii present will include Taylor Secretary HS Do you want to mate: FR. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to <
47 Houses for Rant Furn. money and build a Reply to Box 494-A c-o Galnev $- 6-3507. 3723727.ADVERTISE .
career? The
East Palatka Phone
'!J of State Dean Rusk, Secretary 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. starting wage is S105 per week plus iIIe Sun.INSURANCE. 328 1050 Conditioners
of Defense Robert S. 49 Rooms for Rent
dstuss your problem between agency prefer person with some I
McNamara and other top -,administration 50 Mobil Homes ti P"., hours Thurs.'f '.oo A M. and j:00 insurance experience, must I UPHOLSTERY1 by. ffaQL
51 Misc. Rentals Sept. 10. 1964. have car &beover 21. Compensation
officials. Florida State Employment Service depends on applicant. Re- I Best In
51A Wanted To Rent 413 S. W. 'nd SERVJCE CALLS $5 For top I equipment using Internally
Ave. ply Box 569 A care of Gainesville quality workmanship
LI Neither the White House nor 52 Boarders Wanted Gainesville, Fla. Sun stating qualifications. I I Heating Air Conditioning I call Insulated ducts designed I

1 Taylor had any comments after 53 Office Desk Space Company With Mr.RepresentativeGAS V. C. Smith WANTED immediately Field I I I & Refrigeration Service I I 372-6142 by engineered and Installed

[ their meeting. 54 Business Rentals Manager for Watkins Products. Contractor GAINESVILLE ALL AMERICAN HEATING
\t Inc. Responsibilities will be to Any make or model window UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING CO. I
STATION attendant and stock contact and train new Deal- units and household appli
Taylor arrived from Saigon boy wanted. Must be 18 yrs. of ers. Salary and expenses $700 to I ances. Also we clean heaters. 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258

I Monday morning for a week- SERVICE age. Apply 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 5800 per month. Drive companycar. I Phone FR 2-5002 Free Estimates-rick up and I 1T30 NE 23rd Blvd. I
22 Special Services Personnel Office J. M. Fields. Age 25 to 40. Experience in I delivery. 24 Hour Service

long series of conferences designed 23 ,Home Improvements ANTENNA. installation man. Must direct sales- coffee rushes Insurance -- -
b* experienced and reliable. etc., helpful. State ex ------- -
to assess the presentand 24 Radio & TV Service Ap -
ply in person Tech T.V. 122 N.W. perience in first communication.
future course of the Viet- 25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD 16th Ave.CARRIER. Write Watkins Products In c..
659 West Peachtree St., NE. At-
namese situation and to resolve BOYS between 12 & IS lanta. 30308.

what the U. S. role shouldbe In yrs. old needed for paper route WHERE
the N.E. and N.W. Sections.
3-Help Male Female
In supporting the war RATESPH. ADS Wonderful experience for your 10J
son daily contact with the pub-
against the Communist VietCong 372-8441 lic prepares him for a leading role MEDICINE STENO II
in his future. For more Information OPENING. above average skillIn i
guerrilla insurgency. for call Gainesville Sun Circula transcribing medical records

Some observers here believe tion Dept. 3724441.FULLTIME rapidly from dictaphone. High
school graduation 8. verifiable
that new approaches to the war Classified OnlyDEADLINES clothing salesman and furnishings.wanted. Experience Retail experience required. Must re VaTHIS
locate. Submit resume. Hospital -
from the Washington in retail sellIng
will emerge necessary & Welfare Board Tampa,
Salary commensurate with Fla.
conferences, although the Tues. thru FrL papers ability and experience. SV4 day -
administration is actively discouraging 5:30 p.m. Day before publication Announcements week insurance benefits. Write SANDWICH makers <. counter girls.
resume to box 461-A to experienced all shifts. Alan's
speculation that either for personal Interview. MR. SANDWICH SHOP across WEEK'S IS ON
For ads to go In Sun. paper 3 LOST & FOUNDLOST from Univ. Post Office. SPOTLIGHT
Taylor or the top officials 12:00 a.m. Sat. ROUTE salesman for soft drink ,
WANTED male or female we havean
here favor extending operationsinto ; Walker hound puppy. white company. Must be bondable age Immediate for e motor .
For ads to go In Mon. paper- with black spots answers to Spot. 2 -3I. Phone FR 28511 f to i opening
North Viet Nam Commu 1 p.m. Sat.Minimum. 3711 SE weekdays. route salesman carrier. in
or 18th Ave. Ph. 3763335. the Brooker Santa Fe area. Good UNIVERSITY INN
( 4 lines
nist sanctuaries believed to exist ) FRONT END MECHANIC earnings. If you have transportation -
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Must have own small tools. Salary & desire to run your own :
within Laos and Cambodia. FAMILY RATES plus commissions. All company with very little investment ,i ..' Start a wonderful evening with a cocktail In the
HORSE and also benefits. Send please call Mr. Caputo. .
pony riding pas resume to C
1 Insertion ..... ..... :34c line ture. Newberry Rd., 4 o'clock, 574-A c-o Gainesville Sun. Circulation Dept. 372-4441 ext. if University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to

3 Insertions .......... 22c line Church. Call 376-3785. 5 to 7:30 P.M. '
Thief 6 Insertions .......... 17c line YOUNG MAN 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town
May KUT 'N
19 to 23 yrs. of age high WANTED male baker also female
12 Insertions .......... 14c line Beauty on a Budget school graduate with average or clerk for Ken's Bakery. Apply in ': ':. in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient
All work guaranteed better grades for full time perm- person. 15 SW 2nd St. '
Total charge computed by Perm. S5 up Sham-set SI.50 up anent position as salesman In our smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal, return to
Need Doctor multiplying total lines x rate 14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727726 Men's department. Apply .
earned x number of insertions. Open nights by appt. nel office Wilson's Department H-Salts Help Wanted the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the musIc of

S Five letter words per line LEARN TO DRIVE at- Store. ,
AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Police tention to nervous special or elderly. WANTED 4 CAREER minded salesman only. ._: Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra -
MEN Guaranteed income of S100 after
|i advise whoever burglarized ali 8 Point _7OO1k.Easy Way. bY Driving State of School.Fla FR to work with large Eastern electrical short training period with opportunity 'til 2 A.M.

wholesale firm to see a Same as 2 lines ordinary type concern In the Gainesvillearea. to earn more. Excel
grocery 6 SPECIAL NOTICES High commissions we furnish lent lob for man who wants to
[/ doctor at once. leads. Age 23-40, neat in appearance work hard without constant super- Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
12 pointSame car No vision. Send resume Including reason -
necessary. experience -
I will not be for debts
t\ The prowler, or prowlers, took as 3 lines ordinary type incurred responsible other than needed we tram you. for leaving last lob to Box
by anyone Call Mr. Haney Man., \'/ d., and 575-A c-o Gainesville Sun.
It refreshment fund
$35 from a myself after this date, I
September Fri. only at FR *
2-0500 DINING
". 164. between 9 SALESMAN for television and ster DINING D1NING-DANCING *
collected by employes of !the 18 PointSame S. E. Norman _and 10 A.M Scott & Fetier Corp. eo. Must be experienced. courteous _ COCKTAILS

( Kimball-Austin Co. MAN wanted for local wholesale and neat to sell high GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original _ _ _
as 4 lines ordinary type LOSE WEIGHT safely with new milk rout Must be married. quality line. Apply In person ITALIAN SANDWICH
; Before locking up for the Dex.A.Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. bondable previous experience. age Tech TV 122 N.W. Ufh Ave. STEAK ROOM Dial 372-452 for fast free de UNIVERSITY INN
Featuring .
u S,
3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug 21-35 and high school graduate "- -- Prime and Choice Charcoal Steak Room Smorgas
weekend workers protected by _Company. preferred. steaks prepar to your taste livery. board. Cocktail Hour S to 7. I
24 Point Apply S. w. 5th -1
i salesman I calls on pizza & favorite
5t. No j our open hearth. Holiday Inn.Also your drinks for the price of 1. Dancing -
masks the floor NOTICE is that we
sprayed hereby given
gas 1X! S.W. 13th St. beer. 119 W. Univ. Ave. or our
264. Ill 2 AJA. to Griffin's
with a commercial pesticide Same as S lines ordinary type will not be responsible for any- WANTED service station man. : THEY INSURE j new store at 160S NW 1st Ave. Combo & Richard Parkers
more cluttered book shelves. white or colored. Must orches
containing cyanide.A Friends of the Library will accept to qualify. Apply In Cros able TO AGE 90! I j ( THE ORLEANS _ tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-24X2.
used books of all kinds for bY'S Gulf Station. 931 W. Univ. Formerly Fred's Locker Room)
company spokesman told 36 PI. their upcoming annual Book Sale. Ave. : "Age alone does not make :j Try our U. S. Choice Steaks. CAFETERIAS *
: 11:30
Dispo'e of used books now for a I you un-insuroble. says aI AM 2:00 PM.
police that a exposed to' bottling company needs one Dinner Served
person 6-12 P.M.
good cause. Call FR 2-1061. or route salesman for establishedroute I Joe F. Williams. President LONG'S CAFETERIA
I the gas might die without medical L bring to the Gainesville Public 5 day week, salary plus : Bankers Health fir Lift Insurance I Cocktails 4562 Served Dancing Complete dinner noon and night. BOWLING at Its finest at
__ NW
Library 13th
Same as 7 lines ordinary type commission. Apply at 131t S. St. ,7 cents. Wide variety of meats. PALM LANES
attention. Main St. between 4 30 & i:00 PM. : Company. salads and desserts to choose Open every night for your enjoyment -
8 Baby Sitters. Child Cora from. Open 7 days a week. Come
MECHANIC "Folks 40 to 90 like our ITALY IN from 9 AJvu to > A.M.
The Gainesville Sun will not be see us Palmer Sue Long
responsible for more than one KINDERGARTEN good working conditions. Barkley new $1000 BLUE RIBBON Dine by candlelight in the delight Remember we have complete Free nursery service.
'First'CASTEL Motors. 2201 N. Main St. ful atmosphere of dinner noon and night for only 2604 Waldo Rd. 376-4654
Papal Incorrect insertion. nor will It PINEWOOD SCHOOL. Qua I Hied policy. It makes sure their Italy
be table for any error In ad- teacher complete prog ram grieving loved one will MANARO-S RESTAURANT 97 cents.
vertisement to a greater extent Open 7:30 ajn. to 5:30 P.m. [ how specializes In Lasagna Pizia.
\ GANDOLFO, Italy: than the cost of the space occupied daily ATTENTIONHOUSEWIVES a have no worries about" I end other delicious Italian Food. BILLIARD'S ADVERTISE IN THE
1704 2-3343 final 2120 Hawthorne
NE 9th St. FR : to expenses. Rd. 5-11 P.M.
by the Item In the ad pay _ _ _
AP Paul VI broke 3734690
h ( ) Pope care"for I Closed
vertisement. No adjustment will COMPEIENT mother will No agent calls on yaw. No i

another precedent Tuesday. For be made on errors that do not children reasonable In her Increased Fall business medicol exam necessary. NOW OPEN Alan's New CUE STICK BILLIARDS DINE & DANCE
materially effect the value of home at sos SE 1st Ave. Phone necessitates MR. SANDWICH SHOP Fun for not only young men
1 the first time in Roman Catholichistory the advertisement.The FR 6.441.KIDDIE placing 3 women 1m- Free details mailed to you .: I Across from Univ. Post Office BUT young women too.

a few nuns and leadersof KORT CHILD CARE med ately. Real opportunity for a j in plain envelope. : Featuring our own roast beef sandBrino your dates DIRECTORYTO
those who qualify for terri wilds 10 A.M. til 12 P.M.
in Open
Gainesville Sun reserves Day. wk.. or mo. Old Newberry Tear out this ad right natural gravy. 55 cents.
We train
Catholic will to show N. Main Street
women's you The best 905
groups roast beef In town.
the of revising Rd. Pick
privilege or re- Planned programs. up Avon Cosmetics. For Interview now! Send your name. address -
be admitted as auditors to the lectlng any advertisement whichit at Littlewood and Terwtillger write AVON. P. 0: Box 441 year of birth to: I
deems objectionable and to schools. Call FR 2-6667. LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
Vatican Ecumenical GainesviUe Fla. or call BANKERS, Dept. C256.
classification of
change the any
The council begins Councid advertisement from that orderedto BABYSITTING See my me reasonable lD711 FR 2-0421 317 W. Rosedale. Fort I OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

session conform to the policy of the SE Slot Ave. or call 376-0671 Otter Worth Texas. CALL 3728441.I .
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Ben iWTs: : Banner Are The World's Best, Curtains f,; .: d


10 1 .. 4 $3 Clean out the Closets fir Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

I DAYS LINES at bring$100 quicker or less action.with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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

34 Waterfront PropertyOcean 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for :SaleBEAUTIFULLY 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole5R7CCBwithcerpeFjjed 35 Houses tor Sale
front home. St. Augustine SMALL DOWN PAYMENT $85 KEPT CCB 3 BR. 2 bath 1275 sq. ft. FOR SALE LIKE RENT- I
Beach near pier. 2 BR, masonry per mo. Immediate occupancy. 3 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroom living space. hardwood floors or unfurnished. Can see at 4CM I HOMES
repainted Inside and" out. BR, 2 bath central heat con and screened porch. Large corner built -' in oven & range, paved N.W. 13th PL Phone 376-7384. 2 BR. block. kitchen turn. $80 per
THE TIME IS NOW City water and electricity plus venient to shopping and schools. lot. Immediate occupancy. street. FHA financing. $450 down. REAL NICE 2 BR, be usedas mo. 620 NE 34th PL 4-BEDROOM-2-BA
or can
artisan well. Completely furnish ..4215 NW 21st Ter. J11.500. FHA terms. See Dick 83.40 incl. taxes & insurance. 3 BR house in excellent loca- .Enclosed Swimming Pool
ed. $1X000 sacrifice price Includes Robinson. Owner will pay closing cost. 165N tion. Nice: comer shaded lot. 3 BR. block breezeway utility rm. Family Room
valuable adlacent I lot BY OWNER large 4 BR. 2 bath RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor .W. :34th Place with garage. Total price 11500. carport. kitchen turn., large wood- Built-in KitchenS
$2000 cash. Balance on terms to home. cent. heat & air cond. FHA financing available. Phone ed lot. $90 mo. Laundry Room
suit buyer. Phone 372-0733. inside must be seen to be ap 11 W. Univ. Ave. :376-135 NICEThree owner 3727401. 0) Wall-to-Wall CarpetS

OVER 30 acres of lake front many preciated. Financing available. bedroom 1 bath home with Dressing RoomS
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur Immediate possession. 929 NE DUPLEXATTRACTIVE oak floors throughout. good condition TWO FOR ONETWO Call Tatem. owner. 376-3485 Central Heat Air Cond.
nished houses with dock and deep 10th PI. Call 2-(40l days or 4-2748 close to Littlewood school BY OWNER. Property appraisedat Both Homes located in beautIful -
" well pump. Many extras. On evenings. $400 down. SS9 monthly including HOUSES ON large corner 26000. owner will sacrifice wooded area with
House to Rent? and wel built 2 bed- lot. convenient to schools .nd high. dry
Lake Santa Inquire Lewis taxes & insurance. Phone FR
for $22,500 Large lots 2100 and
sq. water
room masonory duplex -h: kitch. shopping. Live in one and rent paved streets. city
Jewelry Co. 2-OT65. W. P. Ridgeway. ft., all arge rooms; 3 bedrooms;
WANTED ens equipped -one apartment extra the other. Property has been
large with air conditioner. well kept. Let us show you the 2 baths living room W4, panel : sewer.FRED
35 Houses for Sale Someone to take advantage of this Priced at $11, OO. advantages in this investment. ing & fireplace family room MASON.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS unusual offer. For $1,000 down FORDYCEREALTOR separate dining room completely BUILDER
$60 MO. 2 BR. large kit.. liv. rm. you can move into this Brand HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom 11 ACRES .equipped ultra-mcntrn kitchen FR 24140 FR Milt
home with 2 bookcases & rrdnv other
New 3 BR. 2 bath luxury homeon sleeping porches located
bath and back porch. Small
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit payment to one with good credit.down Vi acre lot in NW. Has central at 214 N. E. 5th Avenue. BEAUTIFUL. WOODED. and on a features. Can be :een at 4040
1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 3721537. heat and air conditioning. ONLY $16,000 with $1,200 DOWN paved road TEN miles from Newberry Blvd. FR 2-4931. l
Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful City. $400 per acre with exc,!.
UNLIKE Elec. kitchen. For details call LOVELY 3 bedroom. 1V4 bath FLORIDA PARK lent terms.ALACHUA.
ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 split level masonry home located Fireplace with paneled living t
BR. 2 b, with tremendous screened University Realty In the N. W. section lust room hardwood floors 3 BR REALTYAssociates ,
15 x 43 patio is a inside the ONLY
dream city $15-
home. Over 1500 ft. Large
1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. sq.
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU distinguished subdivision, huge lot. M. Munroe. Realtor 250 with $700 DOWN. wooded lot. low down payment
enjoy seeing it. Still time Call For- 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2448
to pick your own colors. Call BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE and monthly payments. Arie T. Smith Realtor

EVERY DAY until it is rented : 3723727. PARRISHPRESENTS spacious 3 bedroom kitchen 2 bath masonry and large home dyce 376-1236. PATIO Mabel Gore Associate t

NEWLarge screen porch. ONLY $17,500 with shaded by many trees. 3 BR 2 Colonial Charm
$700 DOWN. bath home. in fine NW section.Separate 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In ,
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 2-story home in new restricted dining room. II 1 ving corner SHADOWLAWN
residential area. Has 4 bed Let us show you this charming room Fla. room on a large
roums. 2 baths upstairs; living. contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath lot. Price lust reduced to ESTATESF.
$40 per mo . $1.33 per day dining kitchen family room. FOR RENT 3 bedroom home in home with central heat and air only $20.700. owner financedyou Call- D. OLIVER
study. & powder room down- conditioning. name the downpayment. ---
large step down OFFERING
N. E. location. ,
stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. Living room Florida and screened in Fordyce 3761236.BLACK Individual
room For You
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Phone FR 2-8965 W. P. Ridge- dining room and screened porch. patio. ACRES Styles
way. Unfurnished.FOR Large living room 3 large bedrooms Well planned living areas Comes to Northwest Gainesville
John 2 baths Fla. room. patio Quality material & workmanship
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 RENT: 4 Bedroom 2 bath Merrill plenty of storage. built in
BR. 2 bath less than 1 yr. old. home in NE. Central heat and bookshelves and kitchen. Over A at

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day no FHA immediate& VA approved.neighbors.Shaded Phone lot. air conditioning. Unfurnished.FOR Realtor 1800 Only sq.$2S.ftX ft. with and low fenced down proud community to live In you would be

37&.073A.. 3761236.FORDYCE Drive West on N.W. 39th ESTATES
ment. Call Fordyce.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day homes. Outside of city limits. MULTIPLE LISTING Ave. past the Glen Spring intersection \
PHONE FR 2-1494 see sign on left.
JWK 3 bedroom new concrete block '

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day Only Priced 3 under left for 10000.Qualified buyers. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA PARDIW. Multiple& ASSOCIATES.Listing Realtor INC. FR 2-0866. I'I I N.W. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th DriveA

3728404ONLY H. BUCKHANNAN Grace Fordyce. Broker
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom. 2 Associates
$10,75000 will buy a nice bath home. Large living room, HIGHLANDS Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden New Brick Homesby limited number of brick front fully
three bedroom home. Conveniently separate dining room. faml y 1005 NE 6th St.. 3 BR. 2 O. C. Gay Dick Banks
t $80 per mo . $2.66 per day located in the Northeast. this room with lovely fireplace. living rm. & dining bath rm.separate Frances Hough Sarah Goulden I air conditioned colonials are now under con-
house can be handled for $350.00. Built In Kitchen. Located in beautiful oak floors,terrace. paved 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Builder struction. Prices start at 16350. VA, .

$85 per mo . $2.83 per day plus prepaid Insurance.. and Back Acres.J. streets & sidewalks. In established I Conventional For information
approximately $67 00 per month. neighborhood of bankers & 3 & 4 bedrooms built kitchen FHA financing.
with new FHA financing. J. FINl E'r AREA We have equipment. cen. heat VA no
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day EASY to buy three bedroom. two two nice. 3 bedroom homes priced Harold professors.Stringer. 29659.$18,000. Phone STEPHEN FOSTER down payment. FHA from $700 3767971.HUGH.
bath house in to distance to
University neigh sellwalking HEIGHTSLocated down-no closing costs.
$95 mo. . $3.16 day borhood. Owner will cooperate J J. Fin ey and convenient to
per per
of Florida.
with qualified buyer in University REDFRANKSREALESTATE
arranging at N.W. 37th Place & Capital Builders.Inc. EDWARDS Inc.
a down payment of $1.000.
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Central heat. Florida room. NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLOR- 6th St. New brick homes under own N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street I ,
oak flors. space for two IDA Lovely brick hcme on construction. Pick your OPEN HOUSE DAILY
cars. and built in kitchen large wowed I lot. Three bedrooms MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. Builder-Developer
will delight you at $17- 2 bath large living rm EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area Call 372-0361 or 3767788.
500 with tir.(.i ee. separate dining plus attached garage. Superior by
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR OVER AN ACRE in Kirkwood. Gracious room. F'orida! room. plus a detached CCB Construction 3 large bedrooms Capitol Builders, Inc.
studt.ELEGANT 2 baths. Big Livingroon I
home. central
with fireplace entrance Over, N.W. 37th Place t 6th Street
Heat two
baths. three
bedrooms. AND IMPRESSIVE coverp'tio. Nice yard. $16- 372-0361 376-778
Call or
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS PLUS bath for another guests bedroom a relative.and or Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home 000 with choice of financing. Call I More People Have Bought
with wall to wall carpet and en 6-0817.
for a study. Large screen.ed
old brick fireplace in Living
porch.' fireplace. too. By CUSTOM BUILT and designed by I
room. Nice Florida room builtin
MOST attractive appointment home only.for less kitchen central heat and air local architect with ultra modern Hugh Edwards Inc. Homes
Florida Living in mind.
r than $17,00000 Three bedrooms conditioning. screen porch witha New Homesin ,
lovely fenced in back yard Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area

32 Mobile Homes For Sale 33 LOTS FOR SALE two Florida NW.fireplace and features walled with pool and shuffleboard court. &plus airconditioning.3 car cvport.Dream Central kitchen heat- In Northcentral Florida Since

: patio. Occupancy after 60 Lovely acre wooded lots in excellent wit*) unusual eating are a. :
IGH. rolling I acre lots. fstricted. : days. By appointment only. NW location. Restricted. Striking entrance. foyer & pat
Drivea $2.200. LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge- Paved streets $3,950 and up. io. Large lot In Libby Heights. :
Call Fordyce 376-1236. wood S-D at reasonable prices.All Must be seen to be appreciated. WESTVILLANW 1945 Because They Recognize
improvements paid. Little- $35,000. Call 6-0817.
Ranchettes $550000 7V<* Acres SW wood-Westwood section.
Little of Town. beautiful & restricted M. M.PARRISH Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor
Moeller 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 Ave.,
Mary Member Multiple Listing I '
Save a LotLowest Realtor Realtor at 37th St. I
31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2.8404 : 2-3-4 BEDROOM
1019 W. University FR 6-4471<< .
overhead in the industry. SUBURBANHEIGHTS I
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Wayne Hill Helen Graham
ACRE lots for
1 sale. Capt. A. W. Reece USN Ret. Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish
to work and benefit. LOOKto I
J you Phone 372-4416 Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin 19 NE First Street Tel. 372-5375 OCCUPANCY
the future. make a sound in- .......... WALTER STUBBSInc. I IMMEDIATE
vestment. See our top brand custom "ItI"'I"'III"'lt"'II""''''"' .IIIM.III.'IIII..J..HI."III."III'"MI" Gainesville's Newest
made 12 WIDES at 10 Prestige Address
FOR SALE. Vi acre V* mile from

WIDES available.Sales on prices.Lake Rt. 100.8 Geneva yr.1 mile financing Trailer S. E. tic University tank work Incl. well shop. pump storage seo-& "h -"cOMPAiiEl! !! L4 Built. W.for Only 43rd Those ft the N.W.Who Best.N. 17th.Desire PL .

of Keystone and Heights. Open evenings 2 study BR room.New Moon patio trailer.& 41 x Porfett 3 1954 ; Built by Four of Gainesville's Phone 376-5394 I NO MONEY DOWN .4
for married students. Call FR 6- Leading Builders
NORTHWESTTRAILER _2310 or FR 62369. FRED MASONA. : V A Village vjf! great
I THESE HOME VALUES II trade houses"i
SALES LOTS for sale In Beautiful Idylwild I W. FLETCHER "We

At Palm 2702 Lane Waldo Road N.E.3764205 golf between and lots.Gainesville country Certified club.and public Large the new wa-restricted I BEFORE YOU BUY I IAV MACOMA. P. RIDGWAY HOMESW. j LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.

ter system. Outside ctiy limits. The following are now under i 376-7971
WYATTTrailer $1750 to $2800. construction and will be ready 5E
r Clyde Owner Secklnger& developerPh. Realtor fFt for occupancy soonl 5 I
FR 6-5038 :: = Priced from $13,90017.250
u '

34 Waterfront Property 'I
pacemaker Mobile Homes 3310 N.W. 30th P I. O
Shasta and Airstream WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. 3 B R. 2 bath $600 dn. $87 5
Travel Trailers Broker l specallzlng In 5 The following Is ready for per month. E ., O Swim Club ,
Ocala's First Mobile Horn LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE =00 occupancy. = .. Air
Dealer Since 1948 AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose 4120 & 4121 I Condo Optional .. '. _ J I
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. GR 5-2981. Colonials N.w.blitT
Phone 6291358 3330 N.W.28thAve. N.W. 19th Dr. -

Ocala. Fla.SPECIAL. Cedar Key Shoresfine :4 BR, Th baths. $1,990 dn.. 3 per BR.month.2 bath $500 dn., $81 52 I Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
$165 per mo.
homesites from $2250

104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. non-waterfront from $1510 I 4119 & 4127 _- _
$1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes IIJIIIIIIIIIWImllllmmmmmmlllJllllll1l1l111mllD N.W. 19th Dr.
Prairie. For appointment call Marina Locations E 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn, $74 -

FR 63052. INVEST facilities needed here 52 per month. 52 ,
For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn Norwood '
trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent !
condition. FR 2-9884 6-1 Locations IIIJIQllm11 I
6-12 P.M.
A.M. and INVEST: accommodations ALL OUR HOMES ARE =
FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom needed = OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. s i Your Dream ofI W.trailer location.and$3950.nice Phone shady 372-lot. "H" Inc. JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF g I CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

1962 Skyline house trailer. 2 BR. REAL ESTATECEDAR I We Trade Homes |
air cond. washing machine. 3620 1123 SE. 4th STREET Can Come True I FOUR
SW Archer Rd. Lot 27. Phone KEY 3 841 or 3831 or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 = JI I BRICK COLONIALS $15,825
376-1704. L
S FEDERAL QUALITY iiJ-.mumIlllllllllllllJIlllllllllllllIIItIIIIIIHIIIIIUIIWI! !Ualllfflll52flflfllU5252lifl52UWflGainesville's I - The brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
HOMES INC. Terrazzo floors shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN newest and mostr ,

25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. WIMBERLY ESTATES luxurious apartment building I at natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
USED TRAILER Large living
room. rear kitchen. two bedrooms ; LAKESHORE city services.
Ideal for Campus. Alsoa Uoyd Myrick Bldr.
Court ManorAll
travel trailer. 376-8361. Offering more qualityfor Highland
14* Sport Craft travel trailer. Sleeps less moneyW : Jt!
6. excellent condition $690 cash.
Call FR 6-7571. 34th Ter. off NW. 39tbAvt. I MODELS AT $14,500.

Open Sundays at 2:00 orb NOW LEASING! Highland Court Manor homes are I

appt. 372-5ttt *r 2.0384.FTOP built to VA and FHA standards providing THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
--- -- -- -- you the opportunity for long-term. ; MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
KINGSDERRY low-rate financing. Payments start at only


THE UNIQUE CUSTOM taxes. Why not see our many models II
The Regency 3 BR. BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE today? There's one within your reach! $13,000.

2-both. entrance foyer Jamaica-style pace setter 0 FHA and VA Walk to elementary
DR. LR. family room,
double carport central Forty living foot room Florida room / 14 New Models, and junior high

heat. GE kitchen full Luxurious master suite with I From $400 down

t brick on a large lot. 1736 walk-in closets-dressing $13,400 to $18,200 I. Better living and '
I room; built-in vanity wall
N.W. 39th Ave. 19000. i and shoe ClosetS i 0 From $79 per month resale value.
10% down SI22.00 per Fabulous kitchen. breakfast.

month. utility room and workshoparea .e4w 4# 4 Nothing Down VA I Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W.38th. Street, turn

Twenty.six foot closet wailS LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: ;
Guest suite with sunken tub left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
The Powell 3 ER, 1 /i Paneled library with fire Swimming Pool Recreation Room ($100 Closing Costs) i

bath oak floors carport place Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat Down If You So Desire
Paint the
central heat full brick on Two landscaped patios 1 Central Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities Payment
wooded lot. 1514 acre lot in most select Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute I
a neighborhood Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks / From $79.34 Per Mo.
N.W. 34th PI. $14.000 Scads of sky light so houseIs 3 Elevators PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
$500 down $86.49 per csheerful even In gloomy
weather" ( Including Insurance Taxes) !
month. This house is ideal for PHONE 376-4456 PRICED FROM $16,000 UP

lavish or casual entertaining j

I Never have et'nd seen somuch FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
drawerspace 2-9545 Night 6-9048
t Daily
Built and offered by under one roof. I. (24 Hour Service) KIRKPATRICK & PIEPSON
S Three-car garage. Total SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY

THE JAMES CO. square roof footage 6.000 under 2306 S.W. 13th ST.U.S.. HWY. 441 Soles Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 1 HIs Terr. BROTHERS BUILDERS

Phone 372-2527 office Happy to show by appointmentonly. BUTLER

Phone 372-6441 horn Butler Bros. BUILDERS Phone 372-3471

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35 Houses for So!. 35 Houes for :;..a for Salt .ouse for Sole -

,. .... Au.w/....,.- LE REPAIRSAIR 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale
'TAfO bedroom CCB home, Urge : --'M tiE TOMORROW MUST SACRIFICE lovely .3 BR tQAtL; business-or office space 'io- a;.. ...? ? ucfiot ilt iY- I
I Size lot. N. W. Section. For MI* $300 DOWNThis Unusual floor plan sets this three home In Westmorland. Only 115,- cated in 1600 block West University Chairs low as $8. No money CONDITIONING, Tuna up '55 CHEVROLET 599. Rough but 1957 Cross country Rambler station
or rent. Reasonable terms. Phone bedroom, two bath home apart 000 with $700 down. It features Ave. For more Information down low as 15. per month. Special, $2.50 for performancetest. dependable. R & H. Call '376- wagon excellent condition. $500.
FR2O233betweenlA.M.6FRED sparkling clean 2 BR, 1 bath from others. Lifetime terrazzo Ig floored attic FI*. rm., phone FR 6-3012. Free estimates, pickup end delivery All makes and models.of 5552 after 5 weekdays anytime Call FR 4-1950.
PoM.t CB home in excellent N.W. location floors, newly redecorated. BuiltIn estab. lawn, fenced back yard, & FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE service. 1.1work/ guaran Chrysler built cars. Hawes- Sat. & Sun.
can be bought with $300 kitchen. $600. down Includes luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW teed. Phone 376-7786. Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning -
pace, call John Merrill, Realtor. CLEAN Cadillac for sale by own-
down and $61 per month. Callus Closing. $101. per month Includes 1957 FORD convertible, new toP.
12th Ave. or call 372-0089.
t to see. taxes and Insurance. 3721494 WE WANT TO buy late model used Servicing Center. 204 N. excellent condition. Phone F* er. Call 376-3971 any time. Rea-
refrigerators. Main St., Phone FR 2-2561. 6-9648. sonabie.
Exceptionally High
Hugh Edwards Inc.
University Realty Real Estated Wanted
376-7971 56 Business Opportunities / trade-ins now given. SPECIAL auto painting. 129.95. 1956 FORD Falrlane 4 door, one 60 VALIANT, A.T. r & h, 4 dr.,
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. WILSON'S EXCHANGE Auto V.200, black exterior, red & white
. ARNOLD FOR ONLY 1450 down and FHA LISTINGS WANTED repair & tuneup. owne. E.t !!e..t cnS1tOn for
J M. Munroe, Realtor MONEY MAKER Neighborhood 1n S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 66479. Miller & Sons mechanical
Interior. Looks sharp good
approval you can have Immediate Have buyers waiting for farms $60- ag*. Call 372-8703 alter ::>! P oM.
grocery now grossing over 732 NW 3727715
1st St. condition. Call 3725424.
possession and ownership of and small acreage. coo per year should do better. NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible.
: BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ the best value house for sale in CALL PRICE of $45,000 includes business edgers. tampers light Dayton blue radio. heater, 4
REALTOR By investing In a U. S. Steel Home NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air store building, inventory, plants. cable. Wisconsin. Briggs 85 Automobiles for Sale speed transmission wire wheel
, built in this area by conditioning. Paneled. family room Angle Real Estate PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated & Stratton, new and used mo covers bucket seats 4,000 miles 87 Automobiles Wanter
ALACHUA HOMES INC. joining living dining area for extra tors. Rental sales and service.
C. U Angle, Broker residence plus another house '
FIAT 376-
DOWN Phone 376-0630 58. 39.000 miles. $100. Runs Take over payments. Phone
$300 spaciousness., Electric range for rental 6 to Meyers Power Tools. 23fl NE CARS WANTED 9SO-S4Fords
O. J. Angle. Associate plus space for but needs care. FR 67648. 4339 or 3729776.
I J to qualified FHA Buyer. Payments Model Home Opening every Sun. and dishwasher. Back yard completely 4.22Lw 13th St. 376-6927 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. loving & Chevrolets. Al Herndon Service
SS7M per month Including from 1 PJA. 5 P.M. beginning enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. : Call PIANO 960 Plymouth Savoy I cylinder 1964 Chevrolet Impaia. 26,000 miles. Station 916 SE 4th St.
$100. Sofa bed
r t taxes and Insurance. 2 Bedrooms August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL Call 374-6147 for appt. to see at 41 REDFRANKS REALESTATE and rocker four door standard transmission Wholesale price. Call FR 64405.
Residential 35. Desk $7.
I* 1 bath screened pore!, Compare cost with all other 3 2213 NE 7th Ter. Income 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 Misc. baby with heater, best offer over '
clothes &
furn. Stroller $10. bathi- 6-4 BELAIR, $325 down will con-
oak block floors. TV antenna in- bedroom, 2 bath. fully air condo
cluded. Seller will pay buyers homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY 3 bedroom 1 bath, 6-room frame 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also adjoining nette $8, car bed $3. FR 6-4881. $800. Call 372-1646. 11C6 N. E. sider older car. Call FR 2-8056 BARKLEY
9th '
close in, 59 Wanted Ave.
loan costs. TIME." nice neighbor rental property. 200 ft. Money after 530.
I hood. Ig. shady lot, $9,950. frontage. 300 block N.E. "UNBELIEVABLE"Brand
J A STEALBY Terms. Walter Stubbs, Inc. Ph. Ave. Will sell together 3rd WANT to borrow 3500. Extra new sofa-bed and chair 63 OLDS Jetfire, fac. air, turbo 1964 VW Deluxe Micro buS. split
$20.000 FHA .:3765394.OCALA rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave.or FR sepa- Security. Write Box 577-A care $59.95; platform rockers. $1295; charged, 4 speed loaded. John seat, red & white, 50 HP, excel- MOTORS"IN
Three bedroom. 2 bath home In 4753. 2- of Gainesville Sun scoop chairs. $19: all channel Pierson. FR 2-S743 or see at 1122 lent condition. private party. $2-
Northwest location. Central heat OWNERMUST block. 3 BR, 2 bath, Irg. stacked antennas $6; used refrigerators NW 4th Ave. 395. Call FR 24281 weekends and GAMEBARKLEY'S
and air conditioning. Built in open-beam ceiling, paneled dining $25; TV's. after 6 P.M. THE AUTO -
sacrifice, weekdays
3 bedroom. 2
& family with 42 farms & 61 Wanted to Buy 1962 VW.
range and oven. Family roam. bath, large Fla. room, large livIng room fire- Acreage WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER privately owned. excel THE NAME"
Chain link fence around back room dining room, built-in blace Irg. fenced-in back yard Hawthorne Rd. 3723937. lent condition loaded with ex 55 FORD automatic, 45,000 miles. 2201 N. Main St.
yard. kitchen convenient to shopping built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 468- 80 ACRES CASH tor your used appliances tras. Call 372-5151 after 5 PM. Radio & Heater. Call FR 6-1478
1683. furniture clothing. etc. Call Williams SMALL chest nomefreezer.. FR 2-4373
center and schools. Must see South of Newberry and weekends or after 5 p.m.
West of
Service Center HawthorneRd. excellent condition. $SO. Phone 60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent
NEW CONSTRUCTION to appreciate the value. No qual. HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR, 2 baths, US 41. nicely rolling. with beau
cond. --- - --
extras. --
372-3937. one owner, -
many Rnault excellent
374-0873. 1960 ,
4 Bedrooms 2 baths in beautiful ifying. Low down payment. OrIginal Fla. rm. wall to wall carpet liv. tiful large trees. Partly cleared, Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. Dalphme
condition. Black. R & H. $400.
Malore Gardens. Central heat price $21,400, price now, ing room air condition. Phone. suitable for pasture or farm COINS WANTEDAll USED vacuum cleaners $15 &
hardwood floors, 4" well. Lovely $18,US 78. S500 down. Locatedin 3725347 or 3722080. ing. Several lovely home sites. U.$. and foreign silver up. some I,ke new. Call 6 7110 or Redo 1614 NW 3rd PI.

shaded lot on paved street. nice NW section at 1321 NW Only $120 per acre Half cash dollars, proof sets and 1955 see at 712 N. Main. CADILLAC 1955 red convertible. '62 GALAXIE XL 500, 406 motor 1964
Reduced to $31,500.ARISTOCRAT. 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. McKINNEYGREEN and S year terms. S. E. SAPP, half dollars. REPOSSESSEDStyle fully powered with new top. $200. new ww tires, 4 on floor like
REALTOR, NEWBERRY. REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP See at Tenneeo Stat. corner of new. $2100. Phone 372-8518.
BLACK ACRESPRICED 809 W. University Ave. Mate Singer Like S. Main & 4th Ave.
new, nothing to buy to Zig Zag 1954 CHEVROLET priced high but
180 acres. 60
Enter this 3 bedroom 2 bath home acres In !
TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 DEATONREALTORS pasture, permanent WANTED Va size violin In good applique. monogram fancy stitches 60 BONNEVILLE, loaded, excel-. worth it. $395. Original owner.
covered plenty of
through gar bedrooms 2 baths. hardwood and water fenced condition call 376-7438 after 5.00 button holes darns mends. lent condition, $1650. Phone 372.2895. FORD
format I I I cross fenced, Vz .
den. Separate living floors central heat air-cond. mile road P.M. etc. Assume payments of $7.50 Phone 376-8687.
room cozy family room with frontage. $165 an acre.
electric Mikeil'sSewing
units range and drapes. per mo. Small balance.
fireplace. The last word in kitchens HIGHLANDSWe 80 acres suitable for cutting Into
Lot 110 x 120 with shade trees. Machine Service. (15 W.
64 Household FOR SALE OR TRADE 1962 Fair-
smaller tracts. Good
fully equipped. Cigant IC 3125 V. Univ. AvFR 6-6427. recommend this Ideally located Call Fordyce 376-1236.investment. Univ. FR 8-1355. lane Snort fnuna_ In j.yM>lI..t TROPICAL
screened porch. Special terraz. '
home in this most desired and restricted
zo floors throughout. Located in FOUR BR, 2 bath. CBS FHA financing neighborhood of the 12 Acres W. of town. GE 4-burner range. perfect condition FOR SALE Jacobson reel type condition. $250 and assume pay I CLEARANCE
Durant Estates. $91.27 per mo. Only $450 Northeast 3 B.R. 1 Bath-L.R. $6800.00 paved road. $50. Gate-leg dining table lawn mower, like new $70. For I ments. Call FR 6-5472 or can be PONTIAC
blond finish, suit. for trail seen at 1810 NW 6th St.
down to qualified buyer. Seller D. R. Fireplace Garage- 20 Acres W. of town, paved road. Information call 376-8528. '

I pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for paved streets sidewalks Excellent $$12,500 er. FR 2-0982. GENERAL ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. refrigerator 1962 CHEVROLET, radio, heater, 302 N.W. 8th Ave. I

ARNOLD appt. to see, 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. condition and priced most See our Ad for .Ranchettes under FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing 6 yr$. old. $50 or reasonable wws, power steering, new paint

J FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew reasonably Can be FHA fi- LOTS I machine, walnut cabinet, attach- offer. Phone 372-5108.' $1395 3725097 before 6 P.M. & FR 2-2583
nanced. Don't miss seeing this Net price, reducMary i' ments. $45, platform rocker $10.child's 376-0050 after 6 P.M. SALE
REALTY COMPANY Palm Springs model. One of nice home before you buy. Call desk !. chair $15. FR .REUPHOLSTERED sofa and sofa- I
55 CHEVROLET standard tran5- --
r Multiple Listing Member the best looking homes we've ever FR 13617.STOP Moeller 6-6650. beds. mahogany glass door
121* W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 built. Four bedrooms 2 full boo/case. chests bedroom suites, mission. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi

Associates: baths. beautiful brick facade, LOOK! Realtor SOFA plus new slip covers; slant-front desks chairs lamps, tion. Call 372-6638. 1815 NW 7thPL POOLECABLEMOTORS

Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell excellent kitchen arrangement. This newly listed property Is worth 1019 w. University FR 6-4471 $95. FR 63449.THREEQUARTER and other items. Nearly Nu
F. W. Hodge Bob Kalkman $16,900. No money down VA consideration Furniture Shop. 324 N.W. 8th '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon, with I
Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard Includes your before you buy. 740 ACRE ranch at $135 bed with box SHAW
FHA only $800 down. Price its Ideal location in the restricted per acre. Ave. Phone 376-4892. air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL
fully sodded front lawn Frank D. Howard Real Estate springsand mattress. $25. Phone '54 Plymouth perfect cond
Northwest is much decree! Grady Finance Co. 1 I -drill press on floor stand with DODGE-DART
gas lamp swim club member. Office P.O. 372-9720. 43.000
sworn to miles. $395. Phone
M Give us an opportunity to show Box 703, High Springs, Fla motoris attachment; 8" table saw TRUCKS
ship.VILLAGE you this choice 3 B.R. 2 bath ELECTRIC range W ";tmghouse, 6" Jointer; sm shaper with Ig FR 6-4405.

GREEN Fla. room home. Beautifully shaded 43 Colored Property 30". Excellent condition. $85. box of bits; 12' boat; 3 h.p. 1956 CHEVROLET. V-8 auto. 11? SE 1st Ave. 372-4343 &
EXQUISITE BEAUTY By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. lot Just a nice hjrre for Phone 3725734.TAG Johnson kicker. All for 5200. 1203
This 3 br, 2 bath home, Ocala' 2909 N. E. 15th St. real living enjoyment Excel SE 24th Ave. See after 4:30 P.M. Trans. mechanically excellent.
HOMES FOR SALE APPLIANCES Best --- -------------
block. separate cottage and bath. 376-7971 lent condition Drive by 111 offer. Phone 372-9896.
beautifully landscaped near Hi- N. W. 26th St. and call for ap 2 & 3 bedrooms, SE 14th St. & Tested and Guaranteed CHRISTMAS NEARI

School with swimming pool. $37- PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe pointment. FR 23617. 7th Ave. Small down payment 42 Refrigerators from $39 up Start making your gifts now. FOR THE CORRECT KEETER

500. Troplcana, by Hugh Edwards, monthly payments $57 to $65 9 Ranges from $39 up Classes every day from 8-5. Value Rated TIME
Inc., has been widely acclaimed NORTH EAST: Also homes built on your lot 17 Washers from $19 up Closed Thurs. Night classes. I
Gainesville's beautiful homeIn with no down payment. Ph. 8 Dryers from $49 up ELLA'S CERAMICS
most Used
NEAR GAINESVILLE Three B.R. Sleeping porch Cars
Its price range. You may now FR 24125. 2 Food Freezers from $99 up 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 FR 2-1411
West 3 br, 2 bath, large spacIous Living room Separate dining 2 Dishwashers from
family rm. 2500 ft. liv. own this marvelous home completely r.ol"2 baths compilefurmtd !/ $49 up MUST SELL 238 W. University
sq equipped with central air New Quality Hugh Eowards built 10 TV Sets from $35 up B&G MOTOR CO. Courtesy Of
ing space cent. heat. 5 acres incluoirq kitct'.n f-crtfr
home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
call Mary Moeller conditioning oven, dishwasher and range disposal and m.i' occupancy Lot 100 x-13J Call- Immediate FR- As low as $43. per month with '19 NW 8th Ave.Ph_ 372-5303 PLAYpen., buggy porta, and- crib other highchair baby Cadillac Oldsmobile2C01 University Chevrolet Phone FR 6-5371

STUDENT patio gas bar b-q grill for only 2.35:7 $2,009 down or will arrange termsto FOR SALE 5 hot water tanks 30 furn; Chairs night stand, back NW 13th St. N. Main St. at 16th Ave.

Home filled with established Income I i $22.300 Ask to see this luxurious 15th suit Stree buyer. Located 643 NE gal. with gas heater attached also case floor lamp, rug iron cam-
150 butane era, etc.. all in good condition. ----- ---- -- -
Drive past 1602 N. W. 1st home at your convenience. ASSOCIATESJ. gal. gas tank. Complete
Hugh Edwards, Inc. with Priced Va ta 1/3 new price. Call
2 shallow -
Ave. & call Moeller HUGH INC. gauges crane
EDWARDS Fred Guv Jayne Bt't !rwcrlh Phone 376-7971 well FR 6-7515.
376-7971 Col. J. V.. Davis H. J. Wiltshire pumps. Inquire Lewis

NEAR 13TH ST. n AAultiofn_____ _- Llstina___ ___ LOTS Jewelry Co. ONE carnage, play pen & car
N. W. 18th Ave. near 13th St. Ig. BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed. NEW HOME FOR SALE I am interested in buying sever FOR SALE 30" gas range in excellent bed $5 .ea 2 Infant seats $3 ea '' 1965 ENGLISH FORD
lot with 3 br. home near business rooms 2 baths large. conveni BY BUILDER al lots at the right price. Call condition. 4 burners oven Call 372-6258. 836 NW 11th Ave.
investment, rental ent. See at 1617 NW 0th Ter. 372- 12S. broiler & storage $40
space. or
3 BR, 2 bath, central heat & air CHAIRS dinlng- esk use, 4 contour
Moeller conditioning. May be seen by ap 43-1 COLORED RENTALS best offer 376-8775. shape walnut finish. $6.50 ea. Also CORTINA
pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. 2 elec. hassock.type fans. $8
Phone 3762258.BY .

Realtor OWNER, cen. neat & air cond., COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex 1 girl's blue winter coat, size 6,
2Mi bath, 3 BR, family, living, apartments. large and Si; 1 girl's car coat size 6, $4;
lot* W. University FR 6-4471 dining rm., large kitchen, built- dining area modern kitchen living with 1 boy's gray winter coat size 5,
Member Multiple Listing in appliances. Large garage. fan large $5. All like new. 3831 SE 15th
storage closets terrazzo -
Associates 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR We undersell everybody. St. 376-2744.
floors, tile baths
E. W. Mealier Foster Kesler CHOICE two three and four bed- space heater
Dick Durbin Sharon Grant room homes at convenient loca 24518 and hot water heater, facilities HENDRIX BARBIE type doll clothes, many
tions. Quality construction plus for washing machines and FURNITURE CO. original styles. Priced lower
bonus features such as real 2 YEAR OLD.REPOSSESSION paved streets. See at N.E. 26th NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. than commercial, also Little Sis-
plaster walls. fully sodded lot, I VERY GOOD CONDITION Ter. or call for appointment 372 ter styles. 372-6512.
GLADYS lifetime terrazzo floors GE cen- I 4 BR. 2 bath. central heat. built. 5321 or 372-5322. KENMORE washing machine 525.
tral heat adaptable to A-C, GE I in & dishwasher. Heavy duty floor polisher $12 SPORTS before your eyes -them on
oven. range remove
built in oven and range, al I First 44 Cottages for Rent Phone 372-6474 can see at 1742 your new carpet -
Blvd. Call
2005 NW 37th Rent electric
i with Blue Lustre.
SMITH brick fronts, rustic gas lamps N.W. 3rd PI.
Federal 3767551. shampooer $1. Me Daniel 1I I Furn.
sidewalks, swim club member.
ship. I BR lake cottage on Lake Winnot, 2-burner Kenmore electric hotplate Co Gainesville Shopping Cfntgr
372-5393 BRAND NEWA charming homeof lake privileges. For information to white enamel new. $20
I unusual &
see call 372-0481. 10-inch( G.E. fan 67 Trading Posts
oscillating $4.
Idylwlld Walking distance of new No cash down VA. 5 bedrooms. 3 full baths. pan- FR 2-1137 after 6pm.
grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 brm. elled den & sewing room, in one SANTA FE LAKE cottages CCB
2 bath contemporary home. New Low FHA down. I of Gainesville's finest residential 1 & 2 bedroom. 1-2 bedroom trail WILL trade good 14 foot fiber- CRANE MOTOR CO.
FHA financing. Also conventional financing. I areas. By builder owner. Call er. 15 miles from city. Phone YEAR old Hotpoint stove. Call glass boat for your car, even I
372.3727 to Inspect. Waldo 468-1129. FR 60786.GAS trade or boot if warranted. FR
Near Flnley extra lovely 3 brm, Move in 2-f iti.
516 S. MAIN 2-4251
I 2 bath home. Lovely location. SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE range. 30" Kenmore with ST. FR
Good financing ready for oc ESTATE 2 BR CCB house, 45 Furnished Apts. luxury features like new reducedto 72 Office Equipment
cupancy. TomorrowVlllAGf good Northwest location. HW $33. Phone 376-2636. -
floors. kit. equipped, washing 1322 N. W. 12th --=- -- -
Street. $60 per GUARANTEED used electric type-- .; :
CLEAN, used -- -- ------
Tradition 3 brm 3 bath home In machine, air conditioner. FHA month. Call FR 6-6678 after 5 P.M. Phone 3725002.refrigerators for sale. writers. Sales rental & repairsof -
Finley area. A lot that has been approved $10,500, monthly pay. all/ office machines.
landscaped with loving care. See GREEN ments 6235. Call 376-4463 Sun. EFFICIENCY APARTMeNT$ GE electric range excellent condi CENTRAL BUSINESS MACHINE
this one. Good price good' days and after Scali 376 5823. month. Phone 466-3448. tion. $25. Pair of water skis $10. I INC. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

terms. DUPLEX 2 bedroom apartment, gas Call/ after 5:30 P.M. 376-8672. 901 NW 4th St. Ph 372-5290

NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. OFFERED BY BUILDER for cooking and heating private FOUR piece bedroom set, $35; din-
GLADYS SMITH front & back entrance n I C eshady ing table and 4 chairs, $15. .73 Musical MerchandiseFOR
3 Bedroom, 2Va bath home. yard cold water furnished. Phone FR 2-5590 ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST TIME
Realtor I HUGHEDWARDS No small children or pets. PhoneF SALE KIMBALL Sp"Te"piano
Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th R 24.00.CLEAN 1962 KENMORE range. excellent
blonde finish, like new.
Associates: Anna HInson Avenue. Also :3 Bedroom 2 condition. $100. Call 3723451 after .
See it at 2045 N.E. 9th St.
1 bedroom 5 P.M. ALL
Virginia Power Caroline Noyes apartment WE WILL SELL NEW 1964
bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
1228 W. University Ave. across from Campus, couples on WILL transfer to responsible party
Phone 372.5373 Court. T. D. Zetrouer. Phone ly. Call 372-2830 for details. 66 Misc .For Sale. choice of four spinet or console

INC.North FR 63848. UPPER duplex, 3 rooms, bath. pianos. Pick up payments of Wur-
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath $35 nice neighborhood, 723 NE HERMES portable typewriter S25; litter Spinet Piano trade back RAMBLERS
carport end utility room. $9.000. Central Florida's Largest 9th Av.. GR 5-5032. Lady Kenmore dishwasher MO; save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with
$350 down. US month. Phone FR Builder and Maple bunk beds & mattresses sound & motion. pick up pay
23355 days. Developer $25; Cartop carrier $3; dinette & ments. we have a piano to fit
Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
St. 4 chairs $15; two 26-In. bikes any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO..

THREE bedroom, 2 bath CCB 3767971BY need repair $5 ea; FR 67648. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
4 BR home perfect lor male stu-
(83 traverse per mo.rods 4006$750 N.W.down.21st Drive pay OWNER, on Lake Santa Fe 1 KINGSBERRY dents. Room for up to 8 boys. BICYCLE 26-Inch J. C. Higgins PRACTICE PIANOS :

otf 39th Ave. BR. large llv. rm.. air conditioned ........e Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 or (boy's). Well kept. Phone FR 2- Upright pianos $95 and up ...

2 BR home on corner lot lowdown screened porch. Plentyof HOMESTake : FR 6-4405. 1317. Used spinet pianos $495 and up -

/ payment $60 per mo. Located cabinets. Ideal for retiring cou THREE bedroom, 2 bath house on FOR SALE or TRADE for deep Used organs $795 and up. Ofi
at 331 NW 21st Ave. Cal ple. Earleton Fla. Next to Silver Lake near Keystone. freeze 20,000 BTU air cond. used GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY o

( Tommy Ridgell.3724125. Buddy's Landing. 463.1717. I your choice of over I 3762615. 5 mos. 10 Cu. ft., GE r..rng., Gainesville: Shopping Center
---- --- - excellent
90 beoutiful brick condition. Wardr o b e, FR 25353.
SANTA FE LAKE, CCB cottages, practically/ new, 6x2x3Vi' Phone
I Kingsberry homes modern. I efficiency and 1 two 372-7062. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at
McCOY'S bedroom avail. Sept. 8. Phone $495. Rebuit small/ Grsnd Piano
GR 5-5375 Melrose. FOR SALE White Acre peas. nice I $450. Also another true load of
$9,000 to $30,000 greens for freezer. Phone 472-2092, those tine factory rebuilt! pianos
2 bedrooms CB., house, fur. on Newberry. Florida.
guaranteed arrived today.
Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small fully
Invite to visit is for all
We !
HOTPOINT refrigerator with freez- you
: 1 Br., house $45 Mo Call FR 2-
I as little as 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. Ing. Good condition $75. Call 372- your musical needs.LIL.LlAN'S .
In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. I NO MONEY DOWN FURN. 2 BR house near Unlvei 112 SE 1st Street
slty. Large living room, porches. NEW Men's English byke-racer-5
adjoining city limits. : on your lot 411 N. W. 25th St. S75 per mo speeds fenders, lights, and carrier PIANOS & ORGANS

i Phone FR 2-4647. $45. Can be seen at $08 NEW 8. USED ABOVE OUR COSTFINANCING
The Charming fhe Livable SW 7th Ave.G. Back to school special sale on pi
RANCHO GRANDE TIKI Monthly payments 3 BR furn. house. Couple. 1731 NW anos. Exclusive dealer for See-
L 55th Ter., From 2:30 to 5:30 at E. automatic washer In excel-
3 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom. 2 bath {large as low as house or FR 23380 from 7:30 to lent condition. Call FR 29773. GAINESVILLE burg organs. MUSIC CENTER

study family living screened porch. beautiful 10:30. Ave.
room $56.00Several WHY PAY 2 PRICES? 3725421 1025 .W. Univ.

room dining room, oak family room, oak parquet ON a 1964 model. Select- -Mat- VIOLIN, full size. good condition,
parquet floor, drapes in- floors. drapes included. new homes ready 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Ic Zig Zag sewing machine. When S45 Phone 372-3117.

eluded. $30.000 10 $28.500 10% Down. for immediate occupancy. we have a repossessed like new
o bedrooms, 2 baths stove refrigerator -
does all fancy stitches buttonholes 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 0/0
Down. Our 1964 Parade Home curtains and blinds. applique over casting

4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. t THE JAMES CO. $125. Convenient per mOo Immediate to schools occupancy. and- sews on buttons,' monograms, FOR SALE1949 Vs ton Chevrolet .

I I', shopping. 4215 NW 21st Ter. etc. Responsible party can as- pick-up truck In good mechanIcal
"PUNNING TO BUILD" sume five payments at $780 or condition S175. cash. 1116 NE
I 901 Waldo Rd. 2BR new horn equipped with pay balance of $35. For Informatiefc 13th PI 372 4475. ,
I Let us give you an estimate on contracting your new Phone 372-2527 new stove & refrig. NW section. call 3727680 and ask farMr.

I custom home. $90 per mo. Phone 3725063. Parker.

I Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 Evenings 372-6441 UNFURNISHED 3 BR home SilO 2 MOS. OLD gas stove with grill Automotive

per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 $125. Convertible sofa hideabedlike .
Nite. FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 Builders of Call 376-7466.
per mo. new 65. Phone 372684GE .
Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
I Kingsberry Homes 7 ROOM 2 story,3 BR VA baths push button elec. range. Has

---- $13000 per mo. Garage. 555 NE timer and deep well. Paid $269 1964 ALLSTATE scooter, 5 mos.

r 'IF' 7th. ... .Av--,-,.- GR-- 5-5032.-- -. Excellent condition. Will take 599. old. Must sacrifice. $369 new. Now
Gibson 1 ton air cond. not a S22S. Call 372-6407.
THREE bedroom. 2 bath house year old. Just like new, sold for
with Fta room. built in range $299. Will take $125. See at 805 '63 DUCATI Bronco. excellent con-
N.W. Section. S120 per mo. Phone N.E. 11th Ave. or can FR 25047 dition. 1211 N. W. 10th Ave. or
SERVICESHome 468-1177. Waldo. phone 37677.
2 BR. kitchen furn. $82JO per mo. Newest model 1964 touch and sew,

24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. fully automatic zig zag, slant '*i BUICK LeSabre, 4 door Available on all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers.
Contact Ward at 372-J2S9 or 2 needle. All built-in designs but sedan. automatic transmission

6885. tonholes sews on buttons blind power steering power brakes.

And Business 1 bath SI50. 1937 NW 2nd hems, does everything. Sold for radio. heater air conditioned.
3 Ave. Phone 376-3401.< over $349 assume payments of low miles. ,$*39S ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN
$10.50. call Credit Manager 372
2 BR house for lease. S125 per 7680. MELTON MOTORS
mo Located at (15 NW 20th St. RAMBLERSLEFT
at 905 NW 20th St. QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. MAIN ST. FR -7571
c. Contact owner 783 N.
Service Phone
Appraisal Uphotstary A8126RSINGER
THREE bedroom house with stove -

1\ FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOL.IER and refrigerator furnished Available AUTOMATICTwin
\ REALTOR your lurflhIiJCl last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14t" needle zig zag in beautiful
reasonable prices. CaN Sally Ter. Si IS mo. on lease. Wese- new mahogany desk. Sacrifice GAINESVILLEAUTO
REAL SERVICE ExperlPftCed.NW 13t1'l Tpr.FR 6'BSs"42.ea man Realty FR 62472. Original$152 or price payments over of$300$894 balance per SALES ALL USED CAR PRICES SLASHEDWE

1219 W UNIV. AVE. PH 377-JS2JBulldozing 4 Bedroom. 2V* bath. living roon month. Machine does all fancy

Remodeling dining room combination. Large single and double needle designs 1007 N. Main St.

GMu __ __ __ house and yard. Kincaid P4 button holes, zig zag stiching Phone FR 2-6313
Southeast Section. Call FR 2 264*. etc. Mikell's MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE
p* 6-2533 SMAU. bulldozer loader. dump uo you NEEU. Florida room ... __ Sewing Machine Northcentrol Florida'sLargest
trucks. fill dirt, lime rock. Topsoil tra room, more room root work. 49 Rooms For Rent Service 8-1355. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR -
Phone 377-7844. or maybe a compete: new home?

for a free estimate i guaran ROOMS for men. plenty of hot water ALUMINUM awnings, 10 x 30. Independent Dealer 1965 1 RAMBLERS

LandscapingLANDSCAPE teed Waters work Carl C. off street parking. P h 0 ne ,S125. Edgar U Wight, Jr. 4611596. -


Crass-Sod-Oarden Main.Nursery Paw and repair fobs performed by downtown location. $40 per mOo New and Used $60

stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S carpenter who loves his trade. Phone 372-C4S1. for appt to see. Complete line of photo supplies RIDGWAY'S CAN SELL FOR LESS
WITH REFRIGERATOR. for bus- 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 0713
Landscape Co. graduate male student -

_ _ FR 6-2514 for free estimate. nesvnan In private or home with separate TRADE your costly to operate
Cr J Broker entrance. Phone 376-7673. $48 for a new glasstmed GAS
Appliance Repair Mortgage
C. L. HARRELL water heater. Much mora no

Air Conditioning Contractor 50 Mobile Homes water at about half the cost with MILLER-
3\4 cent interest. Terms to BROWN
per pairs. can us anytime. 3WR traiter 10' wide on pm.le ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. __u.

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCE FR 67745Sewing lot. Call 376-1502 or 376-5856. T-V antennas. S3 single Stack. 57 1030 E. Univ. sL".s

First in air conditioning and Appliance Call iBi trailer no pets no children. double stack $13.00 complete kit. FR 2-3582
repairs. We sell guaranteed Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Machine Repairs __3037 SW Archer Rd. 372-5633 _Jim.. Vsvlat__,.__. _Ale.. n.U\ti. .*th... _Aua__ WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWERSEE

washers refrigerators etc. _ _ _
fK 40267.Auto FHA and conventional at lowest CALL-SEEING MACHINE SER 51.A Wonted To Rent
current rates.. Terms to 25 VICE CO. IIS w. University
Glass yean. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 376-1075. we repair all
obligation. Call tomorrow. _Makes Work fully guaranWrf BUSINESS OUR BIG SELECTION OF NO MONEY DOWN CARSRIDGWAY'

AUTO CLASS Is our only busi 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 14494 Sewing-Alterations Gainesville Sun.
ness. Immediate[ Installation) AT
Ire pickup. & delivery.,, Add FRED B. ARNOLD LARGE shady lot across *trret
beauty & value to your car. REALTOR Dressmaking, alterations, anjj- from school, close to shopping
MAUt DIN'S AUTO GLASS CO FHA At.D CONVENTIONAL pair. Opal Holder. 2710 SE mti and cho'ch in Aaido. $15 per mo.i. .

323 N.W. *th_St Fit 4-255S. LOANS Ave. A 8-1SO Wa *i
IJ1""W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3S22 (FR 2-1426)

Auto .Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA TELEVISIONPICTURE 54 Business Rentals
and conventional lowu. Low

rates. Terms to IS years. 122 _ _ _ t37ji.ommerci3t building for rent. I
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & W. Untv. Ave. 372-5393. TUBE Repair Special. $1 Call. Fordyce 376-1236. I
xchangtdi Repair kits tor per Inch plus $10 to Install' most CARS
Walker Jacks. Factory auttlorbF.. H. A. & Cony Loans tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special SMALL warehouse for rent. USED :
ed walker Hydraulic Jack FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. Reconditioned TVs from 59 f5 DAN BYRD
Service Agent. Hull's BRAKE .REALTORS THE
SERVICE 1. SUPPLY 1314 .. nt W Unlv 376-1236_ 7 S.E. 1st Ave.STORE 3768268.FOR -.;.

k Main FR .JH97Sun'Want, 4 Technician's with 14 years experience LEASE 10400 sq. ft. stare CRANE LINCOLN- 'ERCURYI .
r PlumbingSEWER. on all makes.ADVERTISE : building. W. Univ. Ave. Price S00 MOTOR CO.
Ads per me. Call Marshall Haynes.
INSTALLED FR 6-2641 or B.- F_ Mlzell' FR 506 E. University FR 6-2425

t NEW- & used fix"" es. compel IN THE 6-7551. I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
plumbing! service "BIG" JIM LARGE Shop building. Long term I I 516 S. Main St. FR. .
Get Results HUGUL EY, Gainesville PlumbSERVICE DIRECTORY lease. Rent or ult. 2907 NE 27th I

log FR 2-1S1f. ,1i Ave. FR 6-ii68. 1- ,


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