Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00163
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00163
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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over three inches of rain.
And if 2Cm ftflrk (c llmts A spot check of congressional view of our involvement such
want to
friendly terms you with WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- By ROBERT B. SEMPLE Jr. opinion here revealed consider- occasions will arise from timeto
ident Johnson has ordered U.S. WASHINGTON Sen. Ever- able dismay on the part of Re- time. We hope they do not
naval forces beefed up in the ett McKinley Dirksen, R- Ill., publicans over the attack while but we should not be surprisedif
Tonkin Gulf area, off Viet Nam, said Sunday that the attack on Democrats either withheld judg- they do," he said.
Nat Pozin, don't talk and has ordered them to destroy the destroyer Maddox makes "a ment or took the position that seemed I
weather. force that attacks hard look administration's such incidents were to be congressmen
\ !: any new at the with the destroyer'sfirm
Yesterday an inch of in view of the extentof pleased
..:. them. policies and posture in expected and successful to
dy water saturated the :. Johnson summoned reportersto Viet Nam a matter of the utmost the U. S. commitment in the attack, and with response private as-
sity Inn's lobby after his office to tell them of the urgency." Southeast Asia. surances from Defense and
under U. S. 441 clogged The Senate leader Senate Leader Mike
orders. Republican Majority State department officials that
the main northeast to He said the orders were issued a frequent critic of United Mansfield speculated that the the patrols would continue. I t
drainage ditch at 2)W Sunday in the aftermathof States policy in Southeast Asia, incident might cause considerable II I
Creek overflowed. the assault on the U.S. de added that what most concerned congressional debate. The Sen. Richard B. Russell, the I
Pozin said the water stroyer Maddox by three North him was that the attack Montana Democrat added, how- Georgia Democrat who heads
up to a depth of 14 Vietnamese patrol torpedo appeared to be "one more item ever, that the episode did not the Senate Armed Services
around the motel's pool boats. in the Communist bag of appear to challenge in any way Committee, noted approvinglythat It
just south of the creek."I Johnson said the commandersof tricks," and that incidents of existing U. S. policy in Viet the incident shows that if

have talked with the -",' combat aircraft and destroyers this sort, while seemingly isolated Nam. any foreign ships attack a U.S.
Road Department and in the area where Sunday's might foreshadow "other "We have got to rememberthat warship in international waters
promised help. The city attack occurred-in international attacks of a more serious nature we are rather heavily com- "they can be certain of instant
er said he would look waters-have been told "to .nEast mitted out there, and that in retaliation." I
So far three years have attack any force which attacks
ed," Pozin explained. -" / I them in international water and
said they would talk to to attack them not only with Riots'Overflow9 Tax RollIs I
other. I
hope they are the objective of driving off the
The motel owner attack force but of destroyingthem.
city firemen who hosed adin' in the Rain ."
the mud and silt from his in his tone
With emphasis $15 MillionBy
way and parking area rainfall in Gainesville varied from less the President said that these or- Into N. J. Up
t water receded. inch to three inches, but most of it seemed ders "will be carried out."
t "They did an excellent in the place-near Southwest 13th Commander-in-chief,
same As the NORM LaCOE total nearly $3 million, a net
he said. Tumblin' Creek crosses. Junnie Jurresk Johnson issued a whole seriesof JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Sun Staff Writer increase of about $140,000 over
Pozin estimated Coy Carson found the going slow while instructions to the Navy: Helmeted policemen patrolledthe last
water damage at $1,800, the neighborhood after the rain. (Sun 1. To continue the patrols in glass-littered streets of Jer- Tax Assessor J. Pierce Smith year.
(See RAIN on Page ) Lewis) the Gulf of Tonkin off the coastof sey City's Negro district today said today he expects the However, due to changed rev.
I North Viet Nam. where a rioting mob of young tax roll for the coming fiscal enue sources, an additional
2. To double the force by Negroes attacked officers, year to be about $109.5 million $300,000 in ad valorem reve-
adding an additional destroyerto broke windows and looted well above previous esti- nues would be needed to meet ,
Question stores. the tentative budget in full. I
'Suspect'In the one already on patrol.
__ 3. To provide a combat air Police said 13 Negroes were Smith made his estimate dur- That need would he ,met tinder =,
.. patrol over the destroyers. arrested during Sunday night's ing a meeting of the Alach- the new estimate Smith -' I

4. To issue the orders to drive outbreak the first incident of ua County Commissione r s, gave today. I
off and destroy any force which this scale in this northern New hearing assessment complaints.The Whether the commissionerswill
Prowler ScareBy cut the millage rate
attacks the U.S. force. Jersey city that faces Manhattan ap-
commissioners expressed to depend on what they
According to the Navy, the across the Hudson River. pears
Maddox was on patrol in inter- cautious hope that a slight reduction learn when they begin to work
Mayor Thomas J. Whelan, at
in the millage rate over the budget.
national waters about 30 miles
JEAN CARVERSun Intruder this morning at police Both city and county police off the North Vietnamese coast the scene just south of the Lafayette now $3.96 per $100 of valua The consensus of individual

Staff WriterA headquarters, Joiner said. officials have been increasinglybusy when three unmarked PT boats housing project, said tion-may be:: possible. opinion was that essent i a 1
"is as the number of criminal "It seems to me to be an over- for the be met before
29 year-old Negro, charged The chief said Boyd defi- opened fire with torpedoes and The previous estimate services must
with breaking and enteringby nitely non-committal." assaults and attempted assaults 37-millimeter flow from the occurrences in tax roll was $106 million. Thisis the millage is cut.
cannon. "
Gainesville Police this morn- Joiner praised the Negro cit against women mostly women The Maddox promptly coun- New York City and Rochester. the figure used by the School G. M. Davis, chairman, saidit i
ing, is "a definite suspect" as izens in the area for helping police (See PROWLER on Page 2)) tered with its own guns and Police said 23 persons including Board in adopting its budget is too soon to tell if the rate I
the northeast Gainesville prowler in the search for the in called in four jets from'the air- 10 police officers were last Thursday. The School will be cut. !
suspected of raping two truder. craft carrier Ticonderoga.The during the more than four Board, because of a fund "We certainly won't raise the .
and several 8 Ministers hours of disturbances. A white millage," he said. !
women attempting The chief said further charges Americans went un- squeeze, cut spending to the
other attacks. against Boyd are pending a police scathed but the destroyer and woman, her son and and their daughter car, bone and dropped a few small (See TAXES on Page Z) ,i

Chief W. D. Joiner said the investigation of the possible Pick Jail III planes left one PT boat reported were beaten while driving down items.
man tentatively has been iden- relationship to similar break- badly damaged and disabled in smashed StreetMuch Now, the board stands to Cuba Running
tified as Olie Boyd, whose ad- ings in the northeast Gainesvillearea. the water, the other two crippled Grand get $200,000 more than it had
dress is unkown. Joiner said Tally Sit-In and retreating slowly. of the rioting was ran- anticipated from county ad va
the man had no identification He said Boyd "fits the de- First word of the naval action dom missile-throwing with as lorem taxes. This assumes the English Bus

papers.He cription on a number of com reached Washington about 5 many as 500 bystanders watching board does not lower its 20-
TALLAHASSEE (AP-Eight estimate. But be- MIAMI (AP-Havana) Radio
by police
was arrested at 12:05 a.m. plaint we've had. ajn. Washington time and Pres- mill levy.
clergymen convicted in
1961 of at said that the first
11:30 today English
Sunday in the 1900 block of NE "We will attempt to deter unlawful ident Johnson conferred with tween 11 p.m. p.m. In all, the board stands to
assembly during a sit- formed in a bus-part of a of 900
8th Avenue. mine if he. (Boyd) is responsiblefor in at the Municipal Airport res- top advisers during the day as least 200 and Negroes moved down Grand receive $500,000 more from ad purchased by the Cuban group govern-
for the prowler calls and more in. group valorem taxes the coming
Police began looking a taurant chose today to serve 60 further news came year ment in England-was put in
man fitting Boyd's descriptionafter serious offenses in the past Secretary of State Dean Rusk Steet. than it actually received dur-
days in jail rather than
in- service in a origin-
pay ceremony
a Negro woman told Of fit month," Joiner explained. "He said: "The other side got a sting A car with seven Negroes ing the current term.
$500 fines. toward force of ated at bus line 37 in Havana
cer Oscar Lewis at 2:15 Satur- is definintely a suspect in con- out of this. If they do it again, side drove a police The current tax roll was $95.5 .
The eight, who arrived Sun the street, almost run- Sunday.The
day morning she had awaken. nection with past reports. But they'll get another sting." on million.
t ed to find a Negro man in her anyone right now we would pick day night, were taken to jail Furthermore he said, the Unit- ning down several officers. Smith said the new estimate broad cast monitoredhere
up under these circumstanceswho immediately after telling Municipal ed States will continue to "insist The car's occupants, six is not final, and the actual roll said 18 other buses that
bed.The woman, who lives in the fits a description of other Judge John Rudd of upon using international wa adults and one 17-year-old girl, may turn out a little lower aft arrived in the first cargo from
600 block of Waldo Road, told complaints we would not rule their choice. ters." were removed at gunpoint. The er adjustments are made. England will be added to the
the police the man was undress out the possibility he is respon- Two others, also sentenced to Administration sources said girl was held as a juvenile delinquent At the present milla;e, the different transportation lines of
ed. She said he struggled with sible." 60 days or $500, had not arrived. the PT boat action did not seem and the adults were estimated roll would raise $4- the Cuban capital.

him, snapped on the light and Both rape victims were white, Howard Dixon of Miami attorney to be part of a new large scale charged with disorderly conduct 336200. According to the broadcast,
the scuffle drew the attention of women who lived in the north- for the 10, told the court assault from the North nor does police said. The ccunty's budget outlookIs the remainder of the 900 buses
her son-in-law who was sleepIng east area. One was a University that the two will pay the finesif Washington intend at this time On orders to disperse the tight with a need for more will arrive in Havana in the
In the next room. of Florida coed on June 30. they do not show-up today. to carry the war to the North. crowd, police formed a wedge property tax revenues than next month. British technicians,

The son-in-law struck the In- The other was an elderly woman -' "The.chances are they will not The same sources said the at- (See RIOTS on Page Z) last year. Cuban officials and workers
truder with a wrench but did who was assaulted on July show up," he added. tempt against the Maddox will The county's budget requests participated in the ceremony.
not knock him out, and the man Dixon filed ,-a petition before not deter the United States from
broke away and ran from the 25.The chief said Boyd's finger U.S. District Judge"G. Harrold its commitment to the defeat of City StudyOf

house. Joiner said. prints have been sent to Wash- Carswell seeking release of the Red aggressors against South New Beauty Queen
Both the woman and her son- ington and the department's investigation eight. Viet Nam. This includes con-
in-law identified Boyd as the will continue. The attorney contended there tinuing patrols such as that of ZoningOn
. had been evidence of unlaw-
no the Maddox in the internationalwaters
ful assembly, with which they of Tonkin Gulf, which is Takes It in
I, Rusk Gives Foreign PolicY' had been charged; and that bordered by North Viet_ Nam AgendaTonight's Strideij
there was no breach of the and Communist China.

peace or threat thereof. Thus the official assessment Gainesville City and he needn't have -
for Freedom MIAMI BEACH, Fla. AP) night wor-
W Stand -- Victory ; The eight are: Dr. Robert M. appeared to class the incident Commission meeting will be Her coronation ball was the big- ried. She was well chaperoned.The .

Brown Stanford, Calif.; Rev. along with other instances in primarily devoted to zoning gest party of her life and the problem in fact was too
NEW YORK (AP) Secre- rational path to a decent world John W. P. Collier, Newark N. which U.S. air or ground forcesin recommendations from the City new Miss Universe, Kiriaki Tso- many people. Since her crowning -
I tary of State Dean Rusk says order of free men. No sane man J., Rabbi Israel Dresner, South Viet Nam and Laos Plan Board. pei of Greece, stayed out until Kiriaki's had little time to
"no one has to convince us the could regard the incineration of Springfield, N.. J.;' Rabbi Mar have fired back when fired on. Although the city hall site almost dawn to celebrate. herself.
contest between freedom and most of the Northern .Hemisphere ; tin Freedman Paterson N.J. Authorities said the destroyer, selection is not mentioned on She and 20 other contestantswere
I Communist imperialism is for as triumph for free- Rev. Arthur L. Hardge, New like other U.S. forces helpingthe tonight's agenda, commissionerstold One thousand people came to almost mobbed by 2,500
keeps." dom. Britain, Conn.; Rev. Petty D. South Vietnamese campaign the city hall architects two dance. Hundreds more enthusiastic fans at a Miami
without Re- where the text N., Y. Rev. weeks to wait until after through the hotel where the ball
Rusk referring to In Washington, McKinney Nyack ; against Hanoi-supported guer- ago railroad station when they went _
publican allegations about for- of Rusk's speech was first made Robert J. Stone and Rev. A. rillas, needed no special permisSee tonight's meeting to begin was held in hopes of seeing the 99 to meet comedian Jackie Glea-
old Athenian or
eign policy continued in a public, aides declined to call his McArven Warner, both of New ( MADDOX on Page 2)WHERE their design work. regal 20-year son. Another 2,000 waved them
other beauties saying good-byes.
speech Sunday night: remarks a reply to criticism by York City. Two weeks ago the commission along the 15 mile route to Miami
"This struggle is our first or- Republican presidential nominee The Rev. Wayne Hartmire Jr. I designated a general area They weren't disappointed. Beach.
der of business in the State Department Barry Goldwater or to the of Culver City, Calif., was expected "in the Citizens Bank neigh- Despite only three hours sleep By midafternoon, Kiriakl was
And it must never Republican call for a ."victoryfor to arrive today. It was TO borhood" for the new city halL since her crowning Saturday, "tared and hungry. My feet
cease to be our first order of freedom" foreign policy not known where the tenth minister They did not specify which of Kiriaki was stunning. hurt. But she's no complainerand
business until a worldwide vic Tne speech however dealt with convicted in 1961 'Rev. FIND IT the blocks In the four-block area "This is the happiest momentof she took the evening roundof
tory for peace and for freedomhas subjects raised by critics.. Ralph Lord Roy of New York between University A enue my life. I've never been to parties well in stride. -

been secured. Rusk spoke at a dinner celebrating City, could be located.They Comics . . 9 north to the present city hall such a party," she said. "I can't" Eyeing the ocean from her ho-
"Our purpose must be to win the 50th anniversary of said in a'statement they Classified .11-13 would be used for the new believe yet I'm really queen. tel suite she said, "I'd like to
that victory without a great war the American Field Service, a returned for four reasons:. Entertainment 10 building although most commissioners Her escort was Ted Kays of swim, but I haven't had time.
if possible. We will defend our private organization. The, serv- 1. As a moral obligation to all Obituaries . 2 favored using at least Miami an "arranged" date. In Perhaps tomorrow."
vital interests and those of the ice's international scholarship those involved.in the civil rights Opinion Page . 4 three blocks. Greece, her brother Basil, 17, Perhaps, but it's unlikely.
free world, by whatever means program exchanges high school struggle. Sports . . .7, 8 The commission meets at escorts her to parties "becauseIt There's a frantic week of pic
are required. students between the United ,2. Respect for law and order. Women's . 5 7:30 at the Utilities Operations is custom." Kiriaki's brother ture-taking, and plans tot be

r "But a military orgy is not a States and 41 countries,:.,. .(See TALLY on Page. t) .b Center, 555 SE 5th Ave. would have been proud: Sunday made for ,a year of travq1g.


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More AboutProwler Weather Roundup.

i THE HARRIS SURVEY ) Details of Maddox BattlePEARL

From Page 1 HARBOR (AP) by three PT boats. Attacking and.Cmdr. Herbert L. Ogier Jr., : V

Three North Vietnamese patrol boats launched three torpedoesand 41, skipper of the ship.

.' who live alone, grew in the last boats fired torpedoes and guns' used 37mm gunfire." Sharp learned of the attack i ZONES

month. at the battlewise U.S. destroyer "The Maddox answered with while flying back to his Pearl A Partly cloudy Tuesday with % _. 'k
Maddox without a hit in the Gulf 5-inch gunfire. Shortly thereafter Harbor headquarters from his widely scattered mostly daytime thun-

Humphrey'sWay Saturday night and Sunday of Tonkin Sunday and were four F8 (Crusader jet fighters I:first inspection trip to Viet dershow winds rs. S Low to 17 tonight miles' 70 per to hour.76. Variable ,,, \

seven prowler calls were madeto damaged and driven off by ) aircraft from the USS Ti- Nam.
the police and sheriff's departments -Navy gunfire and airborne rock- conderoga joined in 'defense of Partly cloudy "t1
He said it was the first time a today and Tuesday with widely
by nervous women. ets, the Navy said. Maddox using Zuni rockets and
U.S. had been fired scattered afternoon and
The Maddox veteran of World 20mm strafing attacks. warship on
AheadBy Elsie Spring, of 1621 NE 6th in the Viet Nam area. evening thundershowers. Low NSa\
War II and the Korean fighting, "The PT boats were drivenoff I
Ave., reported a strange person ; tonight 70 to 75. High Tuesday I
"This incident he said
continued its patrol and left two with one seen to be badly '
near her mother's home at 1622 90 to 95. Variable most- \ \
wounded PT boats limping in damaged and not moving. The I"may well be a change in the Ii
LOUIS HARRIS NE 5th PL, at 9:40 last night situation and ly west and northwest winds
.present military
the general direction of North other two were damaged and
When President Johnson eliminated Att. Gen. Robert Kennedy causing her dogs to bark. I heighten the seriousness of 5 to 12 miles per hour brief-
No casualtiesor may
Viet Nam. A third boat was retreating slowly.
I '*
and other key members of his administration from ly higher near showers.
the present crisis in Viet Nam.
Mrs. Dorothy McCullough of stopped dead, the Navy said. damage was sustained by the
consideration as Vice-Presidential candidates, he catapulted 2434 SE 10th Ave., reported at Adm. U.S. Grant Sharp, U.S. Maddox or aircraft." But I do not know whether this c. J. K Partly cloudy today and vmn LfI'.P
Sen. Hubert Humphrey into a commanding lead as the Tuesday with widely scattered thun .
1:19 ajn. yesterday that some- Pacific military commander No explanation was given of will be temporary or not, he dershowers. Low tonight in the its
preferred choice of rank-and-file Democrats .for second place High Tuesday 87 to 90. Variable most.
one wearing a light colored shirt confirmed here that the attackers the fate of the drifting attacker.The 'I told a news conference on land- ly northeast winds S to 12 miles per GAINESVILLE WEATHER
:on the ticket. in ruling out Kennedy, Adlai Stevenson
ing. hour. readings -
Municipal Airport
also was trying to open her doors. were North Vietnamese after decision to answer the at-
,Robert McNamara and Sargent Shriver Mr. Johnson
of Demo- Police was unable to find any- a study of pictures of the tack, the Navy here said, proba- i "If they shoot at us we are TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE for 24 hours to 8 a.m.
:removed the first choices of fully 57 per cent the High Low Precip.
88 at 1 low
today: High ,
boats. bly was made by Capt. John J. going to shoot back at anytime Jacksonville 88 72 p.m.
crats.: one.Mrs. Grove he declared. "Retaliationby Miami (7 77 .05 69 at 6 a.m. Rainfall .4$
The Maddox was on routine Herrick, 44, of Garden I ,
influenced Tamp 90 77
While it is speculative as to just what
Lillian of Cason's
Herring, inches.
said Calif. commodore of the 7th the destroyer and naval air- Atlanta 83 71
patrol, a Navy announce- ,
:the President in his decision affecting his choice of a running Trailer Court on State New Orleans (8 72 CEDAR KEY TIDES
carefully the political ment of the attack, when it "un- Fleet's Destroyer Division 192 of craft did not represent any Boston 73 55 Monday High at ':51 a.m. and 11:21
mate .he undoubtedly weighed Road 20, reported that her New York 82 64 .03 p.m. Low at 2.46 a.m. and 4:33 p.m.
dvantages and liabilities of a'long list of potential eligibles. daughter heard noises outside derwent an unprovoked attack which the Maddox is flagship, change in U.S. policy. Washington 90 72 Tuesday High at 10 a.m. Low it 4.08:
Chicago 17 80 am. and 5:38 p.m.
Many of these no doubt involved Attorney General Kennedy the trailer at 11:45 last night. Kansas City 101 84 MARINE FORECASTDenver

who, at the time of Mr. Johnson's decision to eliminate Sheriff's deputies were unableto More About Ft. Worth 100 88 63 78 12 EAST knots through GULF: Tuesday.Variable winds Briefly 5 high te
him was the leading choice of rank-and-file Demo- Los Angeles 80 63 er in widely' scattered afternoon thun
find trace of .
a prowler.Mrs.
any Seattle 47 58 .11 dershowers. V
crats. Eugenia Copous, of 304 Moon AnalysisTo
; In a poll of a cross-section of Democratic voters taken
SE 39th Sf; called sheriffs dep- MaddoxFrom 5 Day ForecastS
35 cent made
just before Mr. Johnson's per uties at 10:56 last night.

:Kennedy their first"choice.. However, he also led in the She said someone ran across are expected to' showers are expected in rainfall

]number! of party voters who said they would bolt the Johnson her carport and into the street Take YearsPASADENA average around normal. Nor- amounts averaging about half

ticket this November if the late President's brother were after she turned out her bed- Page 1 mal highs are 88 to 92, normal an inch.

nit. room lights. Her two dogs lows in the 70s. Widely scatterediQ.bttuartc

As many as 33 per cent of Southern Democrats reported chased the prowler, she said. Calif. (AP) face, the tiniest pockmarks on sion from Washington to fire I

hey would take a walk if Kennedy were named. This con- found Scientists began to sift the evidence -[the moon's crust. The smallest back when attacked. And they:
Deputies no one.
trasts with only 4 per cent in the South who said they Susan McKinney of 311 SE today of the most impor- was only 18 inches across voiced hope that the vigor of the

:would vote against Mr. Johnson with Senator Humphrey asJus 5th St., reported at 3:45: a.m. tant 13 minutes and 40 secondsin i about the size of a wash basin. Maddox' response would help
running mate. she the history of man's inquiryinto Today scientists planned to there.
saw someone
Another factor weighing in Humphrey's favor is themerging Coincident with the of
her bedroom window. In- the nature of the moon. launch a detailed study of the news :
pattern of the Johnson-Goldwater race in Novem- pass the naval engagement Radio MATTIE HOWELLMrs. HARRY VREELAND
deputies found no But those 13 minutes and 40 more than 4,000 other photo

ber. Regionally, Senator with President Goldwater Johnson has now ahead moved almost into 3 to a vestigation trace of a prowler.Mrs. by seconds may take years to ana- graphs. They hope to determine Hanoi broadcast a North Viet. Mattie V. Howell, 85- Services for Harry Craw-

lead in the South, Wilbert Thomas, of Tho- lyze fully. whether any part of the 200,000 namese foreign ministry accu- year-old Valpariso housewife, ford Vreeland 76, of 1041 NE
and"more the West.
than 2 to 1
'1. in the East mas Grocery Stores on Monteo- In that short space of time square miles photographedmight sation that four U.S. fighter- died here Sunday while visitingher 14th Ave., will be Tuesday at
be crucial battleground,
Midwest to :; a
The now appears bombers flew in from Laos and
Friday morning, between an 80- be a good landing site for 10 a.m. at the Williams-Thom
vith the vote there now running the'same as in the coun- cha Rd., reported at 1:60: a.m. I daughter, Mrs. W. H. Er-
second camera period manned moonships. attacked a village inside the Burial will be in
President. If yesterday that unusual noises warmup Apollo vin. as Chapel.
whole 64-36 cent in favor of
as a : per
North Vietnamese border.
election he must were coming from the store but and the death plunge of the They did not believe, on examination Brooklyn, N.Y.
Coldwater is to make headway in this authorities said Tentative plans are for Tues-I
from no intruder was found. ranger 7 into the moon, scien- of the first photo- Washington He was a retired banker and
improve his position in the Middle West. Coming I day afternoon funeral services
knew of such action.
they no
Minnesota, Senator Humphrey's chances thus may well have Mrs. Edward Irwin, of :2530 tists received 4,316 close-range graphs, that significant modifi- in Valpariso with burial in Sun-! had lived here for four years.
Some that the Communists
been enhanced. NW 34th PL, called deputies at' photographs of the moon's craggy cations will be necessary in suggested set Cemetery. He was a member of the Meth-
broadcast the to
With members of President Johnson's official family removed 12:35 p.m. last night to report I face. manned moonships now being. Survivors include '''odist Church.
divert attention from the attackon seven
Vice-Presidential here is how that someone tried to turn the Man has not been shown so built by the United States.
from the race, poss- Survivors include his widow
the Maddox. daughters, Mrs. Ervin Mrs.B. .
line rank-and-file Democrats. carport doorknob but deputies much about the moon, particu- They also hope to learn ;
ible candidates now up .among reaction R. Nettles Pensacola Mrs. Mrs. Edith Lillian Vreel n d
DEMOCRATS' CURRENT CHOICE FOR VICE PRESIDENT found no one in the neighbor- larly in so short a time span, whether further refinementswill Congressional was on ;
and Dr. Richard C. Vree-
a son,
Corrine' and Mrs. Mar-
the cautious Early
TOTAL DEMOCRATSPER hood. since Galileo first peered at it be necessary ino the Ranger side running largely
to of the with jorie Johnston Valpariso Miss land, Hattiesburg, Miss.Gainesville .
CENT through his homemade tele- television systems. After Ranger praise Navy no ;
immediate demands for retalia- Thelma Howell T u s c aloosa -
Senator Humphrey 54 scope in the early 1600s. 6 cameras failed to functionin
More About tory offensive action against Ala.; Mrs. Garmany Powell -
Governor Brown 10 Friday night scientists released the final minutes of its otherwise ,
North Viet Nam. Miami; and Mrs. Edna Sun
Mayor Wagner 10 the best 10 photographs perfect flight, the camera I

.Mayor Ribicoff 10 RiotsFrom they'd spotted. These pictures systems for Ranger 7 were Forte, Pensacola; Published evenings except

Senator Symington 10 showed, like pores on a human drastically modified. More About A son, Roland, San Saturday, and Sunday morn-
Senator McCarthy 6 Calif.; a brother, Ch a Diego'l ings by the Gainesville Publishing -
Company at 101 SE
Most of the New Humphrey majority, however, is made Page 1 Weekley, Crestview; and 2nd Place, Gainesville Florida.

up of second choice votes he. received when Pres- Drill Is Rain sisters, Mrs. Mary Faulk and and entered as second class

ident Johnson knocked out four of his principal competitorslast and advanced, firing shots in Nearing Mrs. Fanny Taylor, Crestview;I matter Gainesville at,the Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Office at

Thursday. The comparative standings in a nation-wide the air. and Mrs. Annie Weekley, Nice-

survey taken on the eve of Mr. Johnson's decision: The crowd broke into small From Page 1 RATES BY
ville.Williams CARRIER OR MAIL
= DEMOCRATS' EARLIER CHOICE FOR VICE PRESIDENT pockets and faded into door- MinersCHAMPAGNOLE Thomas Funeral -: 1 Week .45
LATE JULY EARLY JULY APRIL ways and down side streets.At Trapped to carpets in the lobby. He saidit Home is in charge of local 3 Mas. $5.85All

PERCENT PERCENT PERCENT 10:45: p.m. John Hudak Jr.. was the third time the lobby arrangements.Had mail subscriptions must

BEFORE LBJ DECISION 22, his mother, Dorothy, 47, and France French, American, Swiss and has been flooded since the motel be paid in advance.

Robert Kennedy 35 40 44 sister also Dorothy 13, were I I(AP) A huge Americanmadedrill I German rescue workers led to was built about four years Circulation.Member of Audit. Bureau of

Hubert Humphrey 16 13 11 set upon in their car by a groupof advanced at the rate of I the earlier prediction.A your eyes checked late-
Stevenson 14 16 16. I All material contained herein' h
Adlai 6 7. 7 Negro youths. three feet an hour today toward spokesman for the rescue I Manager Bill Green ly? Well, don't postpone it. Oc- the property of the Gainesville

Robert McNamara Shriver 6 5 4 Hudak was admitted in satis- nine miners entombed for more command said that by noon the said this morning the insufficient culists say 95 per cnt of blindness Publishing Reproduction Company.In whole or(c)'In 1941.part

"Sargent factory condition at Jersey City than a week in a cavedinlimestone drilling of a 23-inch vertical drain facility is the respon- results from.disease rather Is strictly forbidden without the
Stuart Symington 4 2 I written permission of the publisher.
2 2 2 Medical Center. His face was mine. shaft had reached 138 feet, with sibility of the road department than injury.
Robert Wagner
Abraham Ribicoff 2 2 1 cut severely. The mother and The rescue workers said they I about 110 feet to go. He said the acknowledging the condition is

Pat Brown 2 3 4 daughter were sent home. loped to reach the miners ,drill was advancing at the rate "a pretty bad situation." -

1 1 1 This city of 280,000, second Wednesday.Five of about 3 feet an hour. He said he will talk with SRD

None Eugene or McCarthy not sure 12 9 10 largest in New Jersey, has other miners are missing A horizontal tunnel approach officials about a solution.

It is apparent from these results that support for Senator about a 17 per cent Negro popu- in another part of the mine i from the side of the mountain Weather officials said recent A Financing Plan for Every Need

Humphrey was rising as the President made his decision. At- lation. .'under Mt. Rivel. Officials hope :was advancing faster than ex rains are not unusual, althoughthe ,

torney General Kennedy still held a substantial lead, but his I one or two of the missing miners pected. It was being aimed to- thunderstorm rain records in

backing appeared to be ebbing. More About. may be alive. I ward the spot where two other July are higher than average reports V- T

The negatives point up the problems Robert Kennedy posedfor I Rescue officials announced miners were working when the for comparable periods in :

Mr. Johnson. Democrats were' asked which VicePresidential Taxes Sunday night that they had ;mine collapsed, and from where the past. .

candidate would keep them from supporting the ticket: hoped to reach the trapped !tapping sounds have been University of Florida clima-

COULDN'T VOTE FOR LBJ IF VICE PRESIDENT WERE: miners by Tuesday. But they heard. tologist Keith Butson said reports -

KENNEDY HUMPHREYPER From Page 1 revised this today and said the Three other missing minersare from around the state last

CENT PER CENT o men might have to remain in presumed to have been month show that Gainesvillehad

Nation-wide 9 3 "We're working in the direc- the mine another 48 hours. They killed in the cavein.Improves a high but not record breaking -

East 6 5 tion of a decrease in the mill- said confusion among the total of 12.62 inches.

Midwest 1 2 age and I hope we can do it," Tallahassee, on the other hand, : 7'4J I
South 33 4 'said Claude Brandon."It More About After had an all time record of V =

West 6 1 Is too soon to say. We've 20.12 inches. Fort Myers however I1I1Ih 4 iI

Protestants 12 3 got to study the budget first" Wreck on 441 reported an all-time low

Catholics 3 3 said Edgar Johnson."I Tally rainfall of 2.28 in July.Yesterday's .

Jews 11 need to study htis whole Newton L. Baten, 86, Jackson- rain reports var-

Cities: 4. 1 thing before I can make a comment 'ville, was listed in good condition -ied from .46 at the airport from

Suburbs 7 6 I can live with," said From Page 1 today in Alachua General 8 a.m. Sunday to 8 a.m. today ,

Towns 6 1 Jack Durrance. D i Hospital with a fractured rib. 'to 3.06 inches at the city power

.Rural 19 3 "We've got to see first that 3. To honor the commitmentof Baten was injured Saturday in plant on S. E. 5th Avenue from
> The attorney general provoked pocket of opposition all essential county services are the bail bondsmen so as not a collision at the intersectionof 8 ajn. to midnight yesterdayand L.NEW V

among Protestants Jews, residents of rural areas and southerners met" said Sidney Martin. to jeopardize chances of othersto Williston Cutoff and U. S. 2.69 inches at the UF agronomy -

although he was the clear first choice of a major- "Then we'll see." obtain bond. 441. His condition had been farm in southwest

ity of Catholics and voters in the East. More than a dozen property 4. In the hope that the "atten Fair. Gainesville from Sunday after-

. : Humphrey has less popular backing, but he also arouses owners appeared before the tion focused by our reimprisonment. Lawrence J. Blackwood Fort noon to this morning. I

less opposition. Furthermore, compared with the remainIng commission to protest increased ..will find creative ways I Butson said it is not unusualfor
Lauderdale charged with II
candidates particularly his fellow Minnesotan, Senator assessments. of completing successfully the was thunderstorms to dump uneven ,

McCarthy, Humphrey is relatively well known and accepted Hearings began at 10 a.m. and civil rights struggle." running a accident red light last and causinga aft- I amounts of rain in an area. I I

among Democrats. were completed at noon. When asked to comment on major night I He explained they are local in
er a collision with a car driven nature and rains
the matter and rumors that he are often very

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rocketed a North Vietnamese fly against the Communist accused U.S. and South Viet- airport money
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namese warships of an attackon study course which may be completed confronting the Now the Associates-one of America's largts
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Reds said the attack was have also country.
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Of Views For Disciples Of Christ About the Author


This Is the conclusion of a the simple faith, and the idea Women's Fellowship. Women' James E. Craig:, honorary elder for life of the

two-part article on "Who are What are the Disciples' of democratic government in'are taking an increasingly
Park Avenue Christian Church New York
the Disciples of Christ," partof views on divorce? the church, he may believe greater part In every branch of I City,

the Sun's series on "What WHAT OURRELIGIONS There is no central church what his mind dictates about Disciple activity from the has had a distinguished career in journalism. He I

Our Religions Are." authority on this subject.In many of the tenets of other pulpit, the prayer meeting and
was chief editorial writer for the New York Sun I
practice, ministers and Christian bodies. missionary society to the pew.

By JAMES E. CRAIG congregations of the Disciplesof Disciples observe. with joy I Elders look after the spirit- editor of its editorial page, and managing editorof
Christ differ in their attitudes that the differences among' ual welfare of members; dea-

,,Are the "Disciples o! to divorce. Some be- Protestants are receiving less''' cons manage Incidental busi-! The Protestant World.

Christ," "Christian Church," -I ARE lieve that the questions propounded and less attention today while: ness. All matters of fundamental -

"Churches of Christ" all the to Jesus by the Pharisees -the many things they have in importance must ultimatelybe
same? on this subject were common receive more and decided by the congregationas tion presents recommen d a- and states.

"trick" questions concernedwith more. a whole. tions on every subject affect- NEXT What Is An Epis-
In 1832 the Disciples of the I then-current Jewish law, Trials for heresy are almost ing the movement. These are copalian?
East and the Christians of the things, that there is no warrantin are not available, practicallyall and that what Jesus answered To Disciples, the rising trend unknown, although "with- advisory only, but because (c. 19634 by Cowles Magazines

West came together in a single the New Testament for in- of the cooperating churchesdo I must be viewed in that light. toward a mutual ground of drawals" of fellowship for im- of the great prestige of the and Broadcasting, Inc.)
union. From that day on, the strumental music or for missionary have ordained pastors. In' Some ministers and congre- faith[ marks a steady advance moral or scandalous unchris- Convention and its officials
term "Christian Church" has l societies and the like. toward ultimate church unity. tian conduct are subjects of most of the
in an emergency an elder or gations take the Master'sanswer And in this field the Disciples recommendationsare WATER and ICE TEA
been more commonly used This extremely conservative other layman may fill the pulpit as binding to this day, congregational action. Disciples accepted by the local con-
have made their influence most GLASSESFor
the Midwest and South; the I body usually speaks of its con- believe that only the Lord
Elders usually but not al- and therefore oppose any remarriage felt. have been in gregations. What has been I
heavily They Motels & Restaurants
term "Disciples of Christ" has I gregations as Churches of ways, conduct the Communion of divorced persons. almost himself can expel any person said about the International
the forefront of
been favored In the East. Christ. (That name is also used Service.In Others are willing to consentto Protestant every from the Church Universal. Convention is similarly true SPENCECHEMICAL
coopera- *
In the International Conven- by some of the churches coop- the early days distrust of the remarriage of any innocent tive and ecumenical move- with respect to autonomous SUPPLY CO.
in congregations; erating through the International Do the Disciples believe FR %-%186
obtained conventions
tion many clericalism was so great that party to a divorce ment. Thirty nine Discipleswere in cities, district!
used inter Convention, as well as theirs the only true religion?
the words are ministers were called "Elder" on the ground of adultery.Still in -- ----
active establishing the ..
of Certainly not. They believe .1
One of the oldest by individual congregations "
changeably. majority -
not "Reverend, and the wear- others perhaps a old Federal Council of
congregations, on Park Avenuein other denominations.) This ing of gowns or cassocks in the believe that divorce has Churches; 200 are enrolled in theirs to be most nearly in accord AT CLARKE'SSuggest -
York calls itself maintains headquartersin with the practices of the
New City group function of
pulpit was looked upon as become a legal the National Council of Churches -
the Park Avenue Christian Nashville Tennessee. Some smacking of "prelacy." (Both state, and do not hesitate to remarry of Christ In America; 14 Disciple early Christian churches. They
Church, with "Disciples of other conservative congrega- these prejudices have now any person to whom the also believe that their greatest
leaders the World
Christ" in parentheses.Two tions are not identified with the largely passed away.) No important -civil government has accordedthe Council of Churches.serve mission in life is to bring Chris- you try GOODVYEAR I
Convention for tians of all faiths into
International one
other groups called distinction was made right of remarriage.
Churches.One reasons having to do with New Church of Christ. I
Christian and In-
themselves between clergy laity. What is the church service
was James O'Kelly's Testament interpretation. deed, any elder elected by the What are the Disciples' like? Their ancient retort to an, THINK GOODYEARS COST MORE?

group, which first called itself congregation could performany views on birth control? With minor variations, Sun- ancient gibe about their name TRY THIS BIG BUYI!
Republican Methodists and Do the Disciples of Christ ministerial duty except The old Disciple rule is that day morning service in Disci- was to say: "We are not the

then changed its name to Chris- proselytize? that of saying marriage cere- where the Scriptures speak, we ple churches follows pretty only Christians" but are Christians Famous NylonAllWeather
tian. Another was the fine New They invite but do not prose- monies, a function usually regulated -speak; where they are silent, much the same pattern. only.* :: "42"

England group which has lytize. No Sunday morning service by the state. we are silent. With or without processionsand \ with TUFSYN
What is the International
since united with the Congrega- closes without an offeringof As time wore on, certain There can be no doubt, how with or without organ, the Convention? .: 3-T Nylon cord gives this tire
tionalists as the Congregational fellowship to any adult who weaknesses in this system be- ever that a majority of Disciple worship begins with the sing! greater strength than other econo
The International Conventionof
-Christian Church. cares to take his stand by the came obvious. Congregationsbegan ministers believe that birth ing of hymns. This is followedby my-line tires. And Tufsyn u thetoulfhe.t
Christian Churches
Not after the Civil War of the Risen Lord. is under certain ( rubber Goodyear has ever
long Cross to demand ordained pas- control justifiable i responsive readings, recita- of Christ) is used in auto tires.
ciples a voluntary
of members of the there between circumstances. The one I
one group tors. Today are tion of the Lord's Prayer, read-: and of
original movement proclaimed Do the Disciples have an 34 and 38 Disciple colleges, universities sure test of this attitude restsin ing of the Scriptures pastoral local cooperative churches in fellowship the United I NOW $Ovtiitewalli Q95 1.70 x 15 Black

independence of the main body ordained ministry? and Biblical training the fact that no Disciple prayer, an anthem or two, the States and Canada and their I JUST Tube-Type
and since has gone its separateway. Except in a few remote sec- schools which are trying to fill minister can be muzzled, either sermon, an invitation to fellow- various benevolent only $2.00 mart, end Tridt-ln eccepteble:

It insists among other tions where ordained ministers that demand. by the Brotherhood at large orby ship, gathering of tithes and of- and missionary administrative agen-

his own congregation. By ferings, Communion Service,
cies. It is
a "reporting convention" -
each the terms considers of himself his ordination empow-, recessional.benediction and final hymn or rather than a legislative All Weather "42"WHITEWAILS

It receives from
body. reports
ered the Prophets of
as were Sometimes Communion pre- 16 major boards and, in turn,

How the Church of Christ' old considers to denounce amiss in whatever the life he of cedes the sermon the sermon.may On be occasion omitted,, submits gregations.these to the local con- 41

his -and silence seemsto
people but never Communion. (In the 470 x 15
give at least modified consent Though the cooperat ing Tube Type +
sanctuary of the Park Avenue churches send representatives, Plus Tax &
And Christian Chruch In New York RecappabieTire. 11 / .
'Disciples' Separated any Disciple may attend and Add
In general, Disciples are con- City Is preserved a little tableat vote. S2 If trade-in
tent to leave matters such as which Alexander Campbell not acceptable GOOP.VYEAR( 1
The International Cony
a n-
By BILL WALL sort of higher authority.But ceptance. I birth control to the individua and Walter Scott presided over

Today's Church of Christ Is by the early 1800's there "The result was the beginningof .consciences of husband and the Lord's Supper. Incident- Never Fails

one result of a movement to go were some who believed that the cleavage in the church, be- wife. ally, it is a tradition of this 7.50 x 14
back to the original New Testa- followers of Christ should lay cause of this difference in attitude -I. congregation that it has not To Happen Tubeless or 430x11 ; i'
ment Church. I aside the traditions of men and over the scriptures" Mc- How do the Disciples differ omitted Communion Service on Plus Tax &

"History of the church dates go back to the church describedin Cann! added. from other Protestants? a single Sunday in over 150 BRIDGEPORT Conn. (AP) RecappableTire.. Add

back to the original Christian the New Testament (thus The group that pulled away I Disciples have no catechismand years.) Protestant, Roman Catholic $2 not if acceptable Trade-In ,

church that began on Pente- the term New Testament from the New Testament group] no prescribed rituals of Many Disciples attribute and Jewish clergymen accom-

cost in 33 A.D.," said Forest Church). is now usually referred to as worship. their large gain In membership panied police patrols over the
McCann, minister of the Churchof These features included no the Christian Church (Disciplesof Disciples do not accept the to the weekly practice of weekend in an experimental s

Christ church at 205 NW 14th .names other than Christ's Christ). doctrine of Apostolic Succes- extending the right hand of fel- program aimed at reducing ju- BY OUR
St. Church and no higher authorityover "These Disciples took the liberal -sion. Hence they have no arch lowship to all who may desireto venile crime. AND YOU'RE PROTECTED -

"But at the beginning of the the local church. philosophy and attitude that bishops or bishops or hierarchyor unite with a congregation. The clergymen were supposedto Written, No Time Limit, Road Hazard Guarantees

19th century there was much Famous motto of this group the New Testament should be ecclesiastical authority. Dis- get a look at what happens on
sectarianism in the Christian was that "where the scriptures considered as a broad set of ciples interpret the words "bis- How are the Disciples governed the city streets at night. MONEY DOWN! FREE EXPERT MOUNTING

church all over the world," Mc- speak, we speak; where they principles as the occasion demands -hop" and "elder" as synonymsfor ? There was a burglary report

Cann said. are silent, we are silent." ," McCann noted. one office a lay office, The average Disciple churchis Friday night but it turned out CLARKE'S SHELL
"In America as elsewhere "This was the effort to re- "Members of the remaining elected by the members of the administered by a pastor, an to be a false alarm. Saturday
there were religious sects founded store New Testament Christian Church of Christ group main- congregation and In no sense Official Board of elders and night nothing happened. Police Tire ServiceS.

on various creeds that were a faith in America," McCann said. tained the philosophy that unless authorized or regulated from deacons, and perhaps representatives -said it was one of the quietest Main St. at 4th Are. Ph. FR 6-6563
departure from the original All members of this original God has authorized a beliefor above. of the Christian weekends in I
years. __ ______ ______
New Testament Church. movement were called Disciplesof practice, they do not have Disciples believe that a confession -I
"These churches adopted the Christ. that authority to do it (estab- of faith in Jesus as the!

popular system of wearing var- But trouble erupted in 1849 lish a missionary society, or use Christ requires no added meta-I
ious sectarian names (like Baptist -with the formation of the musical instruments in the serv- physical doctrine. I

Episcopalian, etc.) which American Christian Missionary ice) in the name of Christ." They regard conversion as a

were also a departure from the Organization. Other groups pulled away voluntary, rational act which'
original church." Since the New Testament had from the Christian Church group does not require special personal -

Many of these churches set not spoken of any such society and dropped Its missionary doctrine revelation. In receivinga I

up and still follow various formsof there was a great controversy while retaining the use of new member, they take the 1
organization based on some within the church over Its ac-: musical instruments in the religious applicant's simple statement of!

I [ service. faith at face value. They em-!
I The Church of Christ Itself ploy no formula of interrogation -:

Family Tragedy Among recognizes no higher authority or board of inquiry. i
but church
I members in Disciples believe that aChristian's S
Nashville Tenn., do print a
right to Holy
Twelve Accidental DeathsBy widely known
religious newspaper -munion is entirely a Com-I
"The "
Gospel Advocate, HOUSE
his own conscience. They admit
which is I
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'I Martha Hill Howell of Lutz erroneously to the Lord's Supper any baptized
referred to as official of
A family car collided with a was killed near Tampa when the church. organ person without regard to S
tow truck south of Andytown in she fell from a moving car. his sectarian affiliations. i'
Bureau of the Census records I'
the Everglades. Four-year-old Mrs. Lillian Goldbert! 61, of about 2 million Church of Perhaps the most notable difference NEED
Gillette of Hialeah
Wendy was Miami Beach, and Solomon Christ members and about 200 between Disciples and
pulled from the wreckage dead. Kugler, 44. of Miami died in an thousand churches in America. other Protestant groups is the!I
Six other members' the Gil- !
accident 25 miles west of Miamion "Among this figure are some emphasis of Disciples upon in-
lette family were hospitalized in PAINTING!
serious condition. the Tamiami Trail. Church of Christ churches in dividual liberty of opinion, upon .

death of at Air Force 2nd Lt. Charles Romero certain northern states that the right of each man to in-
Wendy's was one
least 12 in Florida over the 24, of Riverside, Calif., have indiscriminately used the terpret the Scriptures in his

weekend. and James Robinson, 30 of Miami term, Church of Christ," Mc- own way. Get It Done Wiih A Home
base their whole
killed in Cann said. Disciples
were separate
Tony Beckerall, 4, of Miami,
was killed by a driver that Dade County accidents when "Many of these churches are case and their whole appeal on t Improvement Loan
didn't stop. their respective automobiles actually associated with the Disciples a simple outlIne of faith and a

Carl Stevenson, 15, of Orlandowas slammed into utility poles. of Christ missionary democratic system of church

killed when his bicycle was Richard Henderson 14, of movement and haven't bother.ed government. They have no Painting, modernizing, repair or adding on a
struck by a car two miles southof Ocala, was electrocuted while to change their name since sense of rivalry between the I room are just some of the improvements you
electric hand drillat the cleavage occurred ove r denominations. They hold thatas
Pinecastle.A operating an can make to your home with the aid of a '
three-car accident in Coral his home. Police said he was one hundred years ago. long as a member accepts Home Improvement Loan.

Gables claimed the I life of 22- standing on a damp surface.A : I

year-old Samuel Harris. A two- 20 year old sailor from A Citizens Home Improvement Loan
car collision in Pensacola killed Mayport Naval Air Station Ar-
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I detestrilbFlorida's! inn THE I I 3'u + Enduring Human Hope I I

II I 3frro Unrk iIimr liard of the Washington Post raised the question, to meet !

JOHN R.; PAT HARRISON.COWLES.President Vice Prtsidtntj M4PuMisbtr SOUTH By JAMES RESTON at the White House to discuss the problem.This .

Ed JOHNSON. Viet Prtsktent BOSTON Politics is a brutal business but somehowthe was not exactly the kind of meeting the partisanson I
Beautiful I and Executive Editor) W. G. (Ml) men engaged in it at the top realize that this is true both sides expected or wanted. It was a brief, almost
University City EBERSOLE. Vic President and Advertising I By RALPH McGILL and try in little human ways to preserve the decencies of casual, encounter between two former colleagues in the
Directory BOB TARTAGLIONE.. Pmlitier Prb Wtaataf PablUker human life.President. Senate, who knew one another well. Goldwater, for example _
Vice President and ClrcuUUea Manager.THE .
Of th AtUaU (Ga.) CoastltelloaA
had sat the Labor Committee of the Senate with
Johnson for example, called up Secretary of on
SUN'S POLICY Agriculture Freeman last week and told him to stop mak- John F. Kennedy, got along with him even better than he I
r ing personal attacks on Senator Goldwater. did with Johnson, but thought Johnson was a bigger man II
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. Great than Kennedy and wrote to Johnson in 1960 condemning him
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In--but only In-editorials.
SIMILARLY THE for running on the Democratic ticket with "a lesser man"
_. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. IN MIDDLE of the week after get-
ting reports that friends of Attorney General Robert Ken- -Kennedy-for purely expedient political reasons.
'0 The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 nedy were stepping up their plans to put him over as the
Want Ads-376-4672 Farm vice-presidential nominee at the Democratic convention in SO HERE THEY were meeting at 5:30 in the White
Atlantic City, and that Jacqueline Kennedy might be usedat House. Goldwater arrived 20 minutes ahead of time. The
the convention in support of this movement, the Presi- President was in conference and was given a note that
TriumphTwo dent decided that he had to move to protect his own free- the Senator had arrived. The President finished his meet-
Reviewing ProgramsA dom of choice.So ting as early as he could, apologized for keeping Gold-
he talked to the Attorney General and told him di- water waiting, and asked the Senator why he had arrivedso
that he wanted else-he didn't him early. The Senator replied that the White House was as
little-noticed bill recently pass- would be given the assignment of reviewing stories- rectly somebody identify
good a place to hide from the press as any.
but Hubert
it Senator He left I
was probably Humphrey.
ed by the Senate could, if it is ap- the operations of existing
Earlier in the day, President Johnson had held a television .,
the of his and when the
1. In India there is so Kennedy opt withdrawing on own,
proved by the House, go a long way programs and reporting to Congress. much hunger that trouble Attorney General did not take it the President devised an press conference, in which he had made an impassioned t
toward assuring more rational development elaborate argument about taking all Cabinet members out appeal for racial equality. The.Senator said he had seen
Federal aid to state and local gov- stalks the government. The the broadcast and with the President's remarks
of federal aid programsand of the race in order to soften the blow on Kennedy.The .
ernments has grown tremendouslysince India Communist Party was between President Johnson and his civil rights.
result in the termination of pro- meeting opponent,
World War II. In the early split by Red China's border Senator Goldwater, is probably a better illustration of the Then they talked about how they could keep this issue
grams that are no longer needed. 1930s it totalled just $200 million.It attacks on India's northern difference between the savage public fight between contend- from leading to division and even violence during the pres-

The measure, recommended by was still only $855 million in 1946. frontier. The anti China ing politicians and the more gentle, civil, and understanding idential campaign, and when they finished this, the President
group the largest, is being personal relations between the same men. said maybe they should agree on what they should tell the I
the Advisory Commission on Inter- Federal aid today totals $10.6 bil- reporters. Goldwater agreed. The President wrote out a
courted the
governmental Relations, is intendedto lion a year and accounts for abouta quietly by Soviets few words in of and after -
in an effort to preventit BY THE ACCIDENTS of life and history, Johnson and on a piece paper, they ,
provide systematic review of all fourth of the federal government's from reuniting and givingear Goldwater have been thrown in oppositon to each other, agreed on the wording, the Senator asked if he could have

aid programs. The purpose of the review non-defense expenditures. The aid to Peking. against all their expectations for the presidency of the the written note "as a memento." I

would be to determine the effectiveness goes for nearly 70 separate programsand United States. They know the fight will be hard and even
Nehru's death left a vacu- JUST BEFORE Goldwater left the President asked if ;
bitter, that they have basic differences of policy, and that
of is administered
whether 10
programs, through Premier he could do for him and the said he
um. Shastri, who their supporters on both sides will exaggerate those dif anything Senator yes,
they need re-direction in view of executive departments and agencies. replaced him, collapsed ferences. wondered if he could have a ride on that new military air-

changed conditions and whether they Some of the programs date back to physically under the strain. They also know that the racial question in this plane the President had just announced the one that

have achieved their purpose and the 19th century. Nehru's personality was a country will envenom the whole campaign and may even goes three times the speed of sound at 80,000 feet.
should be abandoned.One glue that held things together. divide the nation for years. But they agreed, after Eddie Fol- Johnson replied that the plane wouldn't be finished for a
Federal grants-in-aid have been a He was tied in the peo- year and that he guessed "the man sitting in this chair .1
of the major weaknesses of valuable device for stimulating state ple's minds with the nostal- then" would decide who could ride in it. On that they part-
gic affection for Mahatma ed; or so this reporter was told. '"
aid is and local MAULDIN
federal programs their tendency action on everything from -
Gandhi. There is, then, a vicious public world of politics, inflamed -
to go on and on once.adopted. libraries to tuberculosis control, high-
by partisans and the press and television, but also a
Under the Senate-approved measure, ways and welfare. But aid plans intended NEHRU IS GONE and more civil world in which the central characters seem to

all new programs adopted beginningwith to be temporary such as the people remember they a want to soften the conflict. This is not hypocrisy. It is sim-
the next Congress would auto- the emergency "impacted areas" are hungry. Considerable e ply a realization by both men that the accident of life has
advances thrown them into contention for a responsibility that is real-
matically expire after five years un- program have sometimes been expanded have been madein
agricultural product i on. ly beyond any man's capacity to redeem and that the least
less establishes to become .r
Congress an expira- permanent pro- New land has been openedto they can do is to be civil and even humble in private about
tion date. Appropriate House and grams without justification. Some cultivation. Technology r> the struggle.

Senate committees would review programs like federal aid for vo- learned from the Americans, Hubert Humphrey also illustrates the fact that despiteall

each new program between 12 and 24 cational education, which emphasized has increased crop yields. the partisan and ideological squabbles, politicians are
months before its expiration with a vocational agriculture years past But population grows, and men who pull on their pants one leg at a time like all the
health rest of us. Things have begun to his now on the vice
public is more effec- go way
view to determining if it had accom- the time when schools should have
tive. No food gain is enoughto presidency, just at the moment when he had really come
plished its job, if it could be carriedon been encouraged to stress more prac- match the rate of birth. :: to terms with life and accepted the idea that he would probably

without further federal help or if tical and needed vocational training Prices climb slowly as they ,.4 ,. ; l never make it.

it is in need of change and extension.The programsneed overhauling, redirection always do when demand exceeds -

comptroller general's office and streamlining. supply. .,, 14.FVM1.Sdi AT THE HEIGHT of the civil rights decision in the Senate,
.n 7 F
his son had been stricken with a critical illness that endangered -
2. President Johnson has A the lad's life, and the Senator was trapped between his
announced that farm exports duty to his family and his duty to his country.
I Costly ResistanceThe from this country last year Somehow in this poignant personal struggle, it didn't seem
produced the largest agri- f.L to matter whether the political ambitions of a lifetime were
cultural trade in
manager of the bombed motelon now, the Supreme Court of the surplus realized or not, and he was not only prepared but even eag-
half valuedat
the outskirts of St. Augustine United States has been ruling more a century.than six Crops billion dol- er to escape from the battle. But he is back in it now, trap-
more ,
ped like Johnson, Goldwater and Bill Miller in events which
pointed out ruefully that he had and more consistently in favor of lars were sold and shippedout.
in their quieter moments, they know are beyond the com-
been the target of both integrationist racial equality. The U. S. sold more prehension of most human beings.It .

and segregationist demonstra- than two billion dollars -._; is a consolation, at the beginning of what will probablybe
Congress, after giving up on the above the cost of farm im-
tions, in addition to the bombingand a pretty squalid campaign, to know that these more am-
hurt problem in the 1870s, has passed ports. ._ iable qualities of the human spirit still endure. Johnson and
he found the segregationist
He himself is three successive Civil Rights Laws The farm success story ... .... --" ..-.. .';'r"_.__. .-. Goldwater differ fundamentally about many questions of
business more. a segre (1957, 1960, 1964) in recent years, has much meaning and por .-- policy, but there is the saving quality of human pity and
gationist. He was photographedearlier the 1964 one by overwhelming ma- tent. Not only were exportsthe .- -- dx iLaaaSr'''''MAutZ JwY 1N decency that comes out occasionally underneath the head-

raising the Confederate flag jorities in both houses after pro- greatest in 50 years, but lines. And while this will be overwhelmed most of the
just under the Stars and Stripes in net income per farm rose REEF time in the campaign, it is still strong enough to providesome
longed discussion and a lengthy fili
front of his motel. more than 18 per cent from hope for the future.
buster.To 1960 to 1963. Thirdly, results I
From now on, business men are demonstrate that Amer-
be sure, the transition from
likely to catch it from both sidesIn ican agriculture, operating SHAKEN BY U. S. EVENTS
compulsory racial segregation by lawor under new directives and
the controversy, as long as it re- custom to equal rights for, all is with the aid of the Commerce -

mains controversial whether to serve admittedly difficult. There is a Department, has

the public generally or not. It is very "white backlash" of resistance, Northas demonstrated an ability to How To Calm The Allies

much in the Interest of businessmento well as South. But there is no succeed in the highly com-
end the period of uncertainty as petitive world markets.
in prolonging the transition
quickly as possible. sense NtlU Unrk {timr set by the tranquil and efficient foreigners about all on the issued he may be free to tra-
period or encouraging doubts as to HALF A CENTURY has By C. L. SULZBERGER way in which our gov- continent, to comprehendthese vel and perhaps make speeches.

There Is no real doubt how it the outcome. passed since the United ASPEN, Colo.It is apparent erning processes were handedon. sad occurrences, which .
States was able to put those often are reported in such a
must end. Slavery was abolished 101 from the public reac-
Business men owe it to their own three elements together in a
to resemble incipient civ- THE MERE FACT that he
years ago. The obligation of inn- tion of foreign newspapers
and carriers to pocketbooks as well as to public or- story of agriculture triumph.The the private reaction of for- FROM A EUROPEAN view- il war. is on the presidential commis-
keepers common der and human decency to take an details are a mosaicof eign govenments that there is point the nomination of Sen. For all these reasons Wash- sion of inquiry, which is expected
discrimination economic I
serve all customers beauty. growing concern about the Barry Goldwater and the ington is clearly worried about to lay the ghost of any
goes back centuries in the active part In promoting observanceof Major exports increaseswere steadiness of United States overwhelming ascendancy of possible damage to our prestige suspicion that Kennedy was

:Common Law. For some 30 years the law. in wheat, flour, cotton, leadership in the allied com- conservative Republican ideas as we prepare for a vig- killed by organized conspiracy -

feed grains, soybeans, rice, munity. A succession of served to renew doubts con- orous election campaign. The should give particular val
.. tobacco tallow lard dairy events since last November cerning the U. S. and its future campaign itself may feature ue to reassurances he may
:" THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT products poultry prod u cts has distorted the image of policies. It can be argued alarming charges and coun- give European audiences this
and meat. The Soviet need steadfast American Democracy that our elections are tercharges about foreign pol- summer. There has also been
for wheat contributed largely upon whose .nuclear nobody's business but our icy and might well be accom- talk of suggesting to other Re-

Races Rights and PoliticsBy to the gain in export of strength, political judgmentand own; yet this is no longer"the panied by a counterpoint of publicans not engaged in par-
that crop. diplomatic wisdom the complete truth. The NATO civic disorders. tisan campaigning, men like

Why more feed grains? Western community depends.The countries that know that only Allen Dulles, that they could
DAVID LAWRENCE cratic majority of substantial 1920's and early 1930's, when Japan, once largely a ce- first cruel blow, of this country can protect themin THEREFORE, personalitieshigh perform a useful service by
''WASHINGTON Althoughthe proportions in both houses. In the merits of prohibition as a real consumer, is developing course, was the assassinationof some ultimate crunch havea In the government are talking to allied statesmen as
voluntary ban on demon- fact some Negro leaders social reform were brushed a growing live stock President Kennedy so im- legitimate interest in what giving serious thought to efforts well as possibly larger audi-
strations called for by the have been quoted recently as aside as a nationwide de- industry. Japanese are eat- mediately followed by his accused kind of administration gov- to calm opinion in cer- ences.

national leaders of Negro or- saying, in effect, it was largely mand arose that there be an ing more meats and pro murder's deatk This erns in Washington.In tain allied lands. There has The need, it is agreed, is to
organizations at a conference because of the tactics of end to gangsterism and crime teins. The Japanese childrenof twin crime led to vicious spec- the wake of other events been private talk of encouraging stress American responsibility -

to New York City last Wednesday intimidation exemplified by and to defiance of the enforce- today are growing larger ulation about organized plots. disturbing to Europeans distinguished Republican in both attitudes and actions
is designed to help mass demonstrations that the ment efforts of the police. and taller then their pa- The effect of such conjecturehas comes a wave of racial via moderates who do not sym- and to point out that
President Johnson by turning new civil rights law was pass- The American people, by a rents and ancestors. The not yet entirely been off- lence. It is difficult for most pathize with Sen. Goldwater'smore this is a continuing responsibility -

votes away from Senator Gold- ed.The specific amendment to the more industrialized c o u n- extreme views, to travel unaffected by the heat
water, it is doubtful whetherthe statement issued by the Constitution decided that the tries of Europe are eating overseas during the coming of political debate, by crimeor
way chosen to achieve Negro leaders and read by regulation of community life more meat. Workers earn 'Knotlieads9 vs. Educators weeks and explain American accident, or by the convulsions -
that objective will be as effective Roy Wilkins, executive director insofar as it concerned the more. They eat be t t ere realities and the underlying of changing multirac
as it might have been of the NAACP, said in liquor traffic should be returned There are more people. But constancy of our national pal society. The argument fav-
if the political purpose and part: to the states. it still is true that most of Rtpriattd from tfct MIami H.Mld The age is gone when brilliant position. oring immediate efforts to ex-
motive had not been empha- "In our view the election But even state action on the people of the world go Florida is the loser anda scholars and researchers Nothing formal can be done plain such continuity is to di-
sized. contest which is shaping np is "civil rights" is not satisfy- ,to bed hungry.In heavy one-fa the resigna- could be had for peanuts. along these lines. It would be minish temporary alarms that

The formal statement of the a more imperative reason fora ing the agitators today. New India the lack of food tion of Gordon Blackwell as The age is also distant when embarrassing to both Democrats may be felt abroad betweennow
leaders of the Negro organiz- moratorium on demonstra- York State has had for some and the literal hunger 0 f president of Florida State politicians could tamper with and Republicans to join and November.
ations called for "a broad tions than any local or state time virtually the same kind millions, moves that nation University.Dr. academic freedom another in any such bipartisan ven-
curtailment, if not total moratorium condition that has confrontedour of legal ban against discrim- inexorably toward political Blackwell will go to popular FSU exercise, and ture In the middle of.a heat- CLEARLY, no spokesman of

of all mass marches forces heretofore. inatory acts as is contained trouble. Russia, as afore- Furman University in South expect a righteous backlash.A ed campaign. Nevertheless, either party can ask any for-
mass picketing and mass "We believe racism has in the new federal statute. noted, is inserting her hand. Carolina as president of that university today is a com- the idea has been quietly dis- unfriendly -
demonstrations until after been injected into the cam- The issue in the forthcoming century-old institution at a munity of scholars in pursuitof cussed and something will eigner, friendly or

election day, next November paign by the Goldwater for- presidential campaign for AND IN the United States? considerable increase in sal- truth for the advancementof probably be done. to dismiss our ugly race
3." ces. The Senator himself many voters will be not whether Business is setting new records ary. There, one suspects, he civilization through each Obviously any Republicanswho riots or to ignore the implications
DOES THIS mean that the maintains his position that civil the Negro shall be given in profits. Agriculturesets will not be subject to the generation of youth. If it is might lend themselves to of trigger happy statements -

so-called "non-vilent" dem- rights ,matters should be equal rights as provided by a new five-year export sort of bureaucratic molesta- not that, it is not a university.As such a project in the national of intended policy now
onstrations, which have so left to the states clear certain laws of the federal record and lifts it per-farm tion which knothead politicians we appraise the g rea t interest must be well known being made by some of the
often resulted In violence, will enough language for any Negro government and the states, income. It is fair to say visit on FSU as a growth of FSU In recent years, abroad. One such man is more ardent Goldwaterites.
be,resumed immediately after Amerlcan.tWHEN but whether the benefits of that the program Imitated Tallahassee rite. John McCloy, who is highly
'election, no matter who ASKED whether this those rights shall be soughtby by Pesident Kennedy and Despite the fact that Dr. this was Gordon BlackwelTsconcept respected in Europe, especially Nevertheless, so m e of the
wins? statement was a call for the lawful and orderly meth- pursued energetically by Blackwell has brought _unaccustomed It is understandablethat in West Germany, wherehe uneasiness, tinged with mistrust
:The threat to resume defeat of Goldwater, Mr. Wilkins ,ods or by mob violence that President Johnson-has in prestige to FSU in he wishes to return to served as U. S. Ambassador now rampant abroad
mass demonstrations after the replied: "I think that'sa results in looting and blood- less than four years' reversed his brief presidency he has his alma mater as its president McCloy is a member of can surely be assuaged. But
election' implies that only by safe assumption." shed. the outflow of gold and been unable to attract or keep Replacing him with a the commission appointed by such assuagement must be accomplished

such devices i can progress be THE RESENTMENT vote This, however was no preven- vastly improved the over-all faculty leadership he needed man of equal talents will be the President to investigatethe on a bipartisanbasis
made even under a Democratic in the "civfl rights" controy tive of the race riots in Har- agricultural picture. That because salary penny-pinch- no easy task but it would be Dallas assassinations. It with responsible and
administration and a Con- '-'* is growing rapidly, very lem, Brooklyn and Rochester. should be good for the "polI ing in our university systemIs less than fitting if Florida failed is thought likely that once the distinguished Republicans*
gtfss controlled by a _Demo- u.uch as hajtjened in the late I II I itics" of th*>situation. a popular exercise. to do so. **' commission's report has been playing the lead role.


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Monday, August 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5'

I English Language Institute Held At UF women! f fl flARD Bridal Luncheon .;e

To learn > ....,....... ., ... ,
l a new language is J :: :: : : :::: .<*:: "" "' -

t difficult.To .# J < ': .. ':
... +t : : Fetes Miss SmithMiss
i learn a new language in a "W ::I<; !,, ;. -, f4f1fP"ct-!! THE

new country is twice as difficult. w' < ... .....,< ., *
r But the international students ,. Shi Ann Smith of Starke, Allen and Miss lone Collins, all

. attending the English Language .... 4. bride elect of Leon Shimer, of Gainesville; Mrs. Percy How-
4 Institute on the University of was honored recently with a ell, Bushnell; Mrs. E. R. With-

Florida campus this summer iL luncheon given by her aunt, erell, Miss Leona Bradley,

! have found difficulties "smoothed f FR fflllY Mrs. Carl F. Wright, at the Tower Branford; Mrs. W. B. Howland,

! away" under the guidance of'' House. Mrs. Billy Howland, Mrs. Ed-

l Dr. Jayne Harder, director of The bride elect's place was ward Howland, Mrs. Hal Fletcher
the institute. 4 A marked by an arrangement of Live Oak; Mrs. W. C. Wilson -
t 1 h Ruth WeimerWomen.s
lace[ and pink roses. Pink and Mrs. Bobby Sandlin, of Wil-
, Assisting Dr. Harder with the EditorTODAY
white carnations and snapdragons liston, and Mrs. Norman Dunnof
E audio lingual teaching from decorated the luncheon ta- Jacksonville.
June 17 through August 7 have 6 .
a ble and bride dolls marked the Corsages were presented by
been Dr. A. W. Staub and
two : :J guests' places. the hostess to the honoree, her
part-time assistants Miss
Conlon and Gerald ,Forbes.Sally. 1 Guests present for the lunch- mother, and her grandmother.Miss .
eon were the honoree, her Smith also received a cut
This is the third Mrs. I
year : mother, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, glass pitcher.The .
Harder has been in of
the Institute. and her grandmother, Mrs. J. II wedding of Miss Smith

J. Lipsay, all of Starke; Mrs.E. and Mr. Shimer will be an eventof

Classes have met in Tig- AUGUST 3 D. Turner, Miss Littie Saturday, August 8, at 8 p.m.

ert Hall each week day from t q'Y ymay' 5M Party honoring Miss PeggyJo Green, Mrs. Fred Phillips, Mrs. at the First Methodist Churchof

8:30: until 3:30 with time out for Norris, bride elect of Albert Miller, Mrs. Lula Mae Starke.

E I coffee breaks and lunch. : Randall Scott Dampier, 8 p.
m., Mrs. L. B. Rivers Jr.,
Social ActivitiesThe x,' Mrs. Allen Tanner and Mrs.N. Luncheon Compliments

social activities includedIn l T. Thomas, at the Rivers I

the Institute program have home, 3516 NW 4th Street. Miss WannigerMrs.
included a tea, given by Mrs. "
i. .e Rehearsal dinner honoringthe
Harder the Florida
Players production, "Rope," a Dr. Jayne Harder, right, will conduct the final week the front are, Mohamed Ismail Farh, Egypt; Estebanof wedding party of Miss Continuing the pre nuptial Henry Turner, Mrs. J. C.

stage party following the play, a classes for the eight-week English Language InMacridis, Colombia; Polo Celasco, Colombia and Frances Winston Murphreeand parties honoring Miss Rebecca Ramsey, Mrs. Harold Stringer,
picnic at the Lake Hutchinson stitute, which has been held on the University of Abdul Al-Badry, Iraq. In the second row are Vivian William Charles Mauzyof
home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Florida campus this summer. Pictured above, are Wuu, China, Yan Ja Park, Korea; Seyed Gooseh, Arlington, Texas, Mr. and Wanninger, bride elect of Mrs. Carolyn McCammon, Mrs.

Yates, and a trip to Sil v e r several of the 20 international students who have and Jose Perez-Diaz, Venezuela, while Jose Coret Mrs. John A. Murphree Jr., Jesse Allen Hunt, Mrs. Henry Ann Coker, Mrs. Carolyn Deane,
Springs.The attended class and social events since June 17. Dr. of Cuba, is shown in the back row. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Troxler Waits and Mrs. Maxwell Wal-.
Harder is director of the Institute. Left to right in I of Miami, uncle and aunt of lace entertained with the brides- Mrs. Judy Finley, Miss Cherry

supporting Institute, is conducted, which is by self the r..' :'.'':'':''''## ,_ .' .w-.1'.s..... Y<'_"'..rp.t.>n:4.N' ._Y...... ... .. I Mrs.the bride James- elect G. Stringfellow, Mr. and, maids luncheon Saturday after- Ford, Miss Mary Day Coker and
noon at the Holiday Inn. Miss Ann McCammon.
Speech Department of the Uni- her cousins, and Mr. and

versity. Unjque Mrs. Fred Mason, 6:30: p. m., An arrangement of orchid and During the luncheon, the
at home of bride elect'sbrother
Members of the class also : John A. MurphreeJr. white summer flowers centeredthe bride to-be presented her at-

have made trips to the super ., and Mrs. Murphree. luncheon table where placeswere tendants with gUts of pearl

markets. .: : Summer TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 marked for the following .necklaces.

Students registered this year : Luncheon for the Murphree- guests:

include; r : N Mauzy wedding party and Miss Wanninger, her mother,
t JobBy out of town guests, noon, Mr.
Rns3 Mrs. Mildred Wanninger her
Antonio Lopez Mendibelso, and Mrs. Guy Hamilton, Mrs. ; tt
Venezuela; Miss Violeta Calle- Fred H. Winston and Mr. and grandmother, Mrs. A. W. Cabi- ,'

jas, Nicaragua;. Jose C 0 u ret, DON WATERS Mrs. A. A. Murphree, uncles ness; Mrs. M. M. Hunt, mother rluf
Cuba; Oscar Perroni, Venezuela j. of the bridegroom elect; '
w.y. 4Y ALBANY N.Y. AP and aunts of the bride elect,
( ) Thereare -
Jose Perez Diaz
; Angel ,
26 and her cousins Dr. and Mrs.
along the

to Venezuela, Honduras; Hernan; Mohamed Mejia Ismail- Nie- New York State Thruway and Walter E. and Murphree, Gaines-Club. tmmmm By William C. "Bill" Smith
ville Golf Country
I if" Patricia Ann (Trish) Lamb
Farh, Egypt U. A. R.; Seyed fig- .
Miss Frances ....
% 'A of
:::: :
I Mohammad Kazem Goosheh \_ ures that she has visited eachof :;';
I : Winston Murphree and Wil- :::: Buy In QuantityMake :: HOW TO CHECKON
them at least 10 times since
Persian (Iran); Frederico Ba-
I % I liam Charles Mauzy, 4 p. m., r Mealti
quero, Colombia; Orlando E. June 11. :::::: ::: INNERLININGS
k McCaul Chapel of the First :::: :::
Murra, Colombia; ; It's not that the 20-year-old Baptist Church. Reception :::::: Planning Easy ,.:.;- An Innerlining Is put into *

Also Esteban J. Macridis, Colomb'ia ": Cornell University coed is so following at the GainesvilleGolf .:. garment to give it body. That's

; Abdul Jabbar Al-Badry, I Ir :tf e ; fond of eating. The visits are required and Country Club. 1. fine. It makes for good style

Iraq; Abdulilah Said Ajlani, Sy- by her unique summer- Shower complimentingMiss and good tailoring and a betterfit.
ria (S. A. R.); Veslasco Cajiao 4xJEi time job.Trish Peggy Jo Norris, bride- .
Polidoro, Columbia; Hiroyuki elect of Randall Scott Dam-
x d". is spending her summeras 1 At the some time, however,
Yamazaki, Japan; Miss YangJa a $100-a-week pier, Mrs. Jimmy C. Dam-
roving restau-
Park, Korea; Ho Sun Shin, pier and Mrs. John Mott, 8 now and then you'll find a
Korea; Miss Laura Mojico, rant inspector for the Thruway.I p. m., at the Mott home, 653 garment made with a false
Authority. And she is the only
Costa Rica; Miss Vivian Wuu, _.. --.-.-- ..-..-....---. woman on the agency's 12member 1W 16th Avenue. I Jlj9 I sense may be of economy.used which Innerlinings have not
China, and Fumio Francisco Luncheon honoring Miss
I Brazil. One of the several "out-of-class activities for the English Language Insti- inspection staff. bride- had excess dye rinsed out.
Yamagata, Martha Jane Edwards, I
tute Class was a tea given recently by Mrs. Harder, who entertained at her Her duties include scrutinizing elect of Harry Douglas Davis, ::::: A Growing Family f.::: I These may occur ot the collar

home. Pictured during the party are left to right, the hostess, Chester Yates, the coffee shops dining Valdosta, Ga., 12:30 p. m., Needs A Frozen r:: cuff, lapel, waist band, pocket
representative of the Gainesville Council for International Miss .:... :.:.:.: shoulder' pad. Upon
Friendship, :: stay or
roo m s cafeterias kitchens
Earl Powers 3304 SW Food Locker
Calendars I Mrs. ::::::: :::::
Yang Ja Park of Korea and Perroni ... ..
I Oscar of Venezuela. food, service, garbage buildings 4th Court.WEDNESDAY. .... :::-:; moistening the excess dye may
women's rest rooms, parking AUGUST 5 ;1:;:;. Look to the future when :::: I, bleed off onto the body of the
buy Save
lots and :::;;:. you ::::: fabric and cause I permanent
landscaping of the shower hon-
Miscellaneous by hind ::
:::::: money buying :;:x
EventsTODAY franchised service areas along oring Miss Sandy Buckler, :.:::: quartets or sides in ad- .::.::>::.:.:.i discoloration.
,s Hints From HeloiseBy the 559-mile toll road system. bride elect of Jimmy Hugu- ..:: vance. We'll cut pock $ i If there's any doubt, you
::::;: and store it in your own ; r
The tools of her trade are a ley, 8 p. m. Miss Helen Ann ;;:; freezer.: Thriftyl! v.;;;+ can always ask about it before -

AUGUST 3 keen eye and a pad of inspection Davies, 2216 NW 4th Place. :::::: We will also cut and ::::: you buy something. And,
Gainesville HELOISE CRUSE in this Luncheon complimentingMiss :::. wrap your own beef, if ;:: besides, we can always checkit
Newcomers, us care of paper. rides with us in the car forms, on which she checks 17 ::
DEAR HELOISE Nancy Pepper, bride- :::::;: inspected. Freezing at no ::::: out for you.
City Recreation HELOISE items
p.m., but becomes so hot duringthe as satisfactory or unsatis- extra charge.Financing .
Center. Here's a tip for mothers. factory. She turns in the reports elect of John Rudolph Cars- ;:.::.::.: .:.:::. In this regard, as In so
International Women's University When making my hus- DEAR HELOISE: summer afternoon rides. I to Thruway headquarters each well II, Mrs. Justus Williamsand :.:.:. Available s::::: many aspects of wardrobe
So I take a big bath towel
Mrs. Frank McCormick
band's lunch I always make ,
If other mothers are like week. maintenance, you can be sure
Group, 8 p.m., Mrs. extra sandwiches for ring it out in cold water I 12:30: p. m. Gainesville Golf
Glenn Farris and Mrs. CliffordBo.d my me and would like to take BILL'SMEAT of quality cleaning when you
seven children. their baby's playpen outsideso and put it on the rubber Trish inspects the quality and and Country Club.
hostesses, University Wo quantity of the food as well as THURSDAY, AUGUST 6
men's Clubhouse, Newberry I cut their sandwiches in that the baby can breathe floor mat in the front of ROOM CALL OR BRING THEM TO
the conditions under
which it is Luncheon Miss
small sizes because the chil- lots of fresh air, but often the honoring
Road.Women dren the car. prepared and served. This requires Jane Hannon bride elect of S & S CLEANERS
seem to relish them sun gets too hot I 4th
of the Moose, 8 p.m., some taste tests of James Allison Adkinson, Mrs. 100] N.W. St.
more. They help me put the have found that if I put a When the dog gets too hot
Moose Lodge.Gainesville. course. H. M. de Tamble and Mrs. Phone 372.3514 Delivery or Cash and Carry
sandwiches in the little bags.I sheet across all of m y he sprawls out on the damp I
Bridge Club, then fill a plastic bag full clotheslines (clip it on with towel.I But the brunette, who stands i Tower Raymond House.C. Bender, 1 p. m., j 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372.4184

7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. of ice and put this in the clothespins) this forms a per- i six feet, also is keeping a close

TUESDAY, August 4 bottom of the ice chest. fect awning so that our baby do hope people remem- watch on her figure."I I

University Lutheran Church After putting in all of the will have shade to play un ber not to leave their dogsin haven't gained "

Women, Birthday Luncheon, cold drinks, etc., place the der. I then place the play- the car while they shopon she said proudly.But an ounce, I I

noon, Mrs. Oscar E. Heskin, little sandwiches on top, then pen directly under this awn- these terribly hot days. I TIME IS k/lONEY.
701 NW 22nd Street. put the ice chest on the ing. If will she won't reveal her .
just close the'
Gethsemane Lutheran back porch. Knowing that he Is safe, you weight. I

Church Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. With summer here each shaded and happy Is worth windows almost all the way Trish goes on the road for five

Shirley Sommer, 1123 NW can eat when he pleasesand the little time it takes to and sit there a minute yourself days at a time stopping each If You Have A Room ApartmentOr

22nd Avenue.WEDNESDAY. without them running in place that sheet on my you will know how your night at motels near the Thru- ,

August 5 and out the back door all clotheslines.Not dog feels! way. She figures she has

Gainesville Bridge Club, the time, the house stays only does baby get I MRS. ELMER THIEL clocked nearly 10,000 miles in House to Rent

I 7:30 p.m, Holiday Inn. cool.My his fresh air and shade but I her official Thruway car since, REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS

University City BridgeClub children think this is Mother gets to bleach the : DEAR HELOISE: starting work six weeks ago. i

7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, the greatest thing that has sheet! I When we finish barbecu- YOU MORE than the ad that will rent .
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ing and have charcoal bric-
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LETTER OF LAUGHTER quets left, we pick them up
en's C 1 u b and Newcom- MRS. JONES
HELOISE with tongs and put them in
Summer :
mers Group, Bridge,
a METAL can with a tight Here's what COSTS YOU
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:METAL lid.
t berry Road.FRIDAY I like to wax some of the who plant birdseed to be EVERY DAY until it Is rented:
\ August 7 flowers that grow in my sure their small children After clamping the cover .

r Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 yard.I realize that plants will grow on tight the oxygen is used Brightly i IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: r
j a jn., Holiday Inn. have had good luck as -not birds! up and the coals die out. i

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but the flowers soon. lose small, we put cotton in a grill we start the fire with i ii ,
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t'... GaInesville Sun Monday, August 3, 1964

Florida Fair Exhibit Financial Flop, Not ClosingBy

PAUL HANSELL 'come committments looked like there would be easy access to including Indians, snakes, alli gets its share, Income would increase I exhibit have so far been borne
I'this: the area via a moving side gators and flamingoes. sufficiently to take care by various Florida industries

MIAMI (AP) Florida's Here's Facts, FiguresOn State of Florida $1,000,000Fla. walk, there would be a midwayof Currently, Kimball said, the of the problem, Kimball said. I I(cities and county units rather *

-World's Fair exhibit is making Develop. Com. 75,000 inexpensive rides and shows Florida exhibit is drawing about Additionally, there might be than by the state."
money. Citrus Industry 1,000,000 I. leading people to the Florida 10 per cent of the total fair at- some salvage value to buildingsand One thing appears ceria!!!.

These is no present thought Costs and Profits Other indus. donat. 500,000 exhibit. They were not told of tendance. equipment.The The Florida exhibit is in no present

of closing the $5.5 million display Sale other exhib. space 870,000 existing restrictions on taxicabsand Current approximate monthly only major potential hereis danger of closing and will
of Florida's wonders.So Sub-total $3,445,000 buses. revenue: the million dollar porpoise continue to entice the thousands
reports Comer J. Kimball I figure out this net income for Commission kicked in the first Borrowed 750,000Total Wendell Jarrard, chairman of Porpoise Show (net) $70,000 pool. The fair grounds are to of visitors and their mon

a Miami banker and the next two or three months 75,000 to let the authority hirea Commit $4,135,000 the Florida Authority's execu- Everglades Show 15,000 be turned into a park and there ey to Florida.
chairman and president of the and for six months in 1965 won't manager and start planning.The Construction costs ran $3.8 tive committee, told a meetingof Vending Machines 6,000 has been some indication I -

Florida World's Fair Authority.But fully relive the debt. And .it Legislature voted $1 mil- :million including $1 million for exhibitors July 9: Miscellaneous 3,000 NYWFA might like to retain

Kimball readily acknow- could cost as much as the cu)-lion in state funds. the porpoise show. Pre opening "In a meeting with Mr. Moses Total $94,000 the porpoise plant. PROPANE
ledges, the Florida authorityhas rent monthly profit to keep The fair authority knew this operating costs were about the New York World's Fair These are estimates and the "However," Kimball added,

a serious financial prob- things together and protected would not begin to provide a $250,000, bringing the total to Authority admitted that they actual figures change a good "It seems only prudent that
lem. It isn't making enough during the winter closing.At proper Florida exhibit and setout $4.05 million. So the authorityhad had made the commitments for bit from day to day. some more reliable plans be for- I.,. fWfS

money. It needs to find an additional the same time, the profit to find other money. about $150,000 in operating the moving sidewalk, but ob- Authority operating expenses -mulated, and the authority has
half million dollars or improves the situation a little I Florida gets its space at the capital. And a $750,000 debt. jections from other sections of now are running about. this under active consideration. HOTTER THANNATURAL

so between now and closing each month so it would seem un. fair without cost-just an agreement Meanwhile exhibitors, includ- the fair caused it to be cancel- $61,000 a month, exclusive of:' "While the state is not legally GAS
time scheduled for Oct. 17, 1965. wise to consider closing, as : to clear the land when the, cities, counties and led without any notification to $23,000 for the porpoise show responsible for authority obligations Cook & Heat Water
ing some I (already subtracted in obtainingthe
And it needs to develop soon many less fortunate shows and i fair is over. chambers of commerce individually us. the exhibit is surely a Low Cost
a' plan for handling financial exhibits have been forced to The only obvious sources of hundreds of, thousands "These things were important net figure above). state project in concept and

requirements during the bal--do, Kimball points out. income were sale of exhibit more spent on their own dis factors for Florida's being in The porpoise show is stagedby (purpose, he said. "By far the FR 6-5110
ance of the fair. It borrowed Just how did the fair authority space and outright donations The authority has no official this particular location. The I a subsidiary of Wometco on major portion of costs of the I
the Industrial De- get into this lix-and what from business and industry interested plays. a percentage basis.
from made firm commit-
$750,000 this expenditure NYWFA . . /
figures on . 8 <<
about it? in Florida. The fair has 20
done promoting authority em-
velopment Corp., to defray partof can be but reliable estimat t e s: ments and gave us a big sales
a Kimball relates this author- Something at the fair to produce ployes to handle the sevendaya -
of constructing
the cost the at $1.5 million -, pitch on the things that they
porpoise pool. The first note ity history: major income was need- place accounting sum for the $5.5 million I would do-fireworks for the lake week 9 a.m. to midnight op :: put :

for $100,000 came due July 31. The board of directors for the ed. The authority settled on a cost of the show. every night, etc. We geared our eration. The porpoise show employs ,
A like amount is due Aug. 31. nonprofit authority was appointed porpoise show since nothing like pavilion to take advantage of 12 others. nn
There will be another $150,000 by Gov. Farris Bryant. It, it: had been seen at a world's Then trouble hit. The New lot and Director Robert Stake of the I Bene@ficial
parking people coin
due Sept. 30 and this same consists of outstanding businessmen fair or in the New York area. York fair didn't draw as expected. ing off the parkway." Florida Development Commis- : @Let! : l
amount Oct. 31. The fair closesits and civic leaders from' Estimates by the best authorities President Robert Moses sion said eight state officersare
With financial problem facing -
had predicted 40 million visitors a ;
1964 run Oct. 18. throughout Florida. of potential income from assigned to the fair-two
The rest of the debt is to be They learned it was to be this show ran to fantastic fig this year; another 30 mil them, Kimball said, they each from the Game Commis. 'Ii

paid off by Sept. 20, 1965. their job not only ,to plan, arrange ures, Kimball recalled. But t lion next. At the halfway point looked decided around for revenue. They to sion, Conservation Department, 1 in your pocket today 1
this attendance had been as an experiment
The Florida exhibit right now for and promote the Flor even the most conservative figured year Highway Patrol and Turnpike /
25 cents admission to : Planning a vacation at the beach? In the mountains?
$13.4 million. charge
ida exhibit but also largely to it should bring in $150,000 Authority. In uniform, they
is clearing some $30,000 a ,
Cold rainy weather greetedthe the pavilion.The Or maybe a visit to the World's Fair With cash /
it. to $200,000 serve as a force.
month above operating costs.It finance monthly. security
from Beneficial, you can take advantage of today'sexciting
doesn't take a computer to, The Florida D eve 1 o pmentAerialist's Initially the authority's finance fair's opening weeks. New crowds dropped off. Kim- The authority, Kimball said, vacation opportunities. Phone now- or /
committee, headed by York racial troubles, reports of ball indicated he thought this has the problem of how to come in. Get your cash and get it fast-during f
Miamian McGregor Smith, hop. crowded hotels and high pri- income, even with smaller solve its financial problem "un t Beneficial's Golden Anniversary celebration. /
ed to get $1.5 million in general ces were credited with keeping crowds, would have solved the der active consideration," but
industry donations. Actually down crowds. authority's financial problem.But has not reached a solution. t BENEFICIAL f

it collected about $500,000outside Worse still, Florida found it was defeating the main "The simplest way, of course, t 1914 FINANCE'SYSTEM 1964 f
the citrus industry, itself in an area hard to reach purpose of the exhibit-to get would be for attendance at the /
Stuns Spectators which was to be the main feature amidst shows and exhibits which maximum exposure to poten- fair to pick up along the lines' Loans up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note

of the show. simply weren't drawing the tial tourists and investors, and projected by Mr. Moses and: I Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville
The citrus industry contributed crowds away from the free purchasers of exhibitors' pro-( his associates," Kimball said. 1 301 N. MAIN ST. Opp. Masonic Home) GAINESVILLE /

By A. F. MAHAN ain, Conn., spun toward his about $1 million, including shows put on by some of the na ducts. So the general admis- "They are sticking by their projections Phone: 376-2676 Ask for the YES MANager /
death that surely there was a 425,000 for exhibit space soldto tion's industrial giants. sion charge was dropped. In its so far." OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT-PHONE FOR HOURS 1

DETROIT AP) Twenty safety rope around an ankle Minute Maid.In Kimball said the Florida authority place went a similar chargeto If there is a delayed rush in I BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. 1944
the end the in. Florida, . .o. . . 4
-- two thousand people watched that would break the fall. There authority's had been led to believe attend an "everglades show, fair attendance and
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Sunday night as an aerialist fell' wasn't.

85 feet to his death in Detroit'sfloodlighted "
American League And "Captain Eddie, as
Knipschield billed himself for
baseball park.
his 100-foot high act on a swaying -
Edward Hen-
Some thought as
became the victim of
ry Knipschield, 55, of New Brit-
Detroit's second catastrophe to

befall an aerial performance in

the last two and a half years.It .

People In1 was in Detroit's Fair ..
grounds Coliseum Jan. 30, 1962,
that the human pyramid of the

The NewsBy "Flying Wallendas" came aparton
a high wire. Two died, an-
other was paralyzed for life.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three injured lived to perform
Dempsey says an attack of again.
bronchitis has forced him to
Why "Captain Eddie" fell wasa
cancel all engagements for the matter of conjecture hours ... .'.
next several weeks.
afterward among eye witnesses.

"I'm a lot better, but the doc- Herbert M. Boldt, a veteran
tor said I've got to take it easy Detroit News reporter, said a
for a while or he'll put me in strap apparently broke as Knip-

a hospital," said Dempsey, for- schield started a spin, foot.in-
mer world heavyweight boxing loop and face down from a horizontal -

champion. bar 85 feet up his 100-foot, \
thin and swaying pole. He wa
Dempsey, 69, operates a New performing at the close of Detroit's I
York restaurant. He was to police field day.
have appeared this week at sev- I
eral events in Colorado, his na Police Lt William Sheedy
tive state. said three he interviewed ati I
the scene told him it appeared
"Captain Eddie" fell while

Princess crawling along a horizontal bar I
85 feet his 100-foot pole while 4
Grace of Monaco is expecting a up
trying to adjust a safety wrist
baby, says the News of the
World, a Sunday newspaper.
and I' Knipschield was dead on ar ''
"Only her closest friends 1950 CHEVROLET Pick up truck,
advisers have been told so far," rival at a hospital. His body I engine In good condition V\
in the Phone FR oooo
left an indentation rain-,
"An official announcement i
said the News. ''
soaked outfield turf of Tiger'
is not anticipateduntil I Stadium.
next month. I
There was no confirmation of, It was on Lt. Sheedy's orders
the report. that the pole, which disclosedthe

broken rope loop, was
The princess: formerly movie
brought in "to see for sure what
is the wife of
star Grace Kelly,
there under
happened way up
Rainier of Monaco. They
Prince "
the lights. I,
have two children, Caroline, 7,
and Albert, 6. Boldt said there was a hush '

among the throng, reaching
around the double-tiered stadium I

LOCARNO,'Switzerland (AP) via home plate from left to %
The annual international film right field, when the white-clad : 1 'A.

festival's award for best actor "Captain Eddie" started spinning -

.of the year was awarded .Sunday down. I : : -
to Gene Kelly for his role i '
"Then, he said, "there was a
In "What A Way to Go." I
gasp as they realized there was I

no ankle-clutching safety rope ,
to stop the fall." I

Hospital Costs The Wallendas fell from only .

36 feet up, but like "Captain Ed .

Said Due To die" they, performed without a
net. Below them was the con
crete floor of the coliseum.
Labor IncreaseCHICAGO : .,

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(AP) A five-fold BIG MOON EFFORT Mr. Calvin Padgett sold his truck to one of his first 4 callers. But that, ::1:

Increase in labor costs since wasn't the end Mr. Padgett received nearly) 50 calls about his ad -J: '

1946 have been a prime factor in More than 5,000 industrial and was very disheartened to hear he had missed our deadline for cancellation .l. ."
firms in the United States .
the rising costs of hospital care,!' directly involved in the nation's and would have to answer his phone yet another day. When asked about' <;:\:.
: Associa I .
the American Hospital
lion reports. efforts to put men on the : the success of his ad he replied "too good." +j

annual moon. I Have a pick up to sell? We will help you, jusrclial 372-4881 and let -
The association's sur- .
vey of the nation's hospitals your want ad do the rest. <;. -

showed their labor costs up 545! I '::"- i',
per cent since the end of World WE GDI ; :' {z

War II.The .

average cost to the hospital SO BID'CAUSE THIS ADVERTISEMENT COST ONLY 30 PER DAY .

for each day a patient ,

spends there rose by 314 per I WHEN ORDERED ON OUR 10 DAY INSERTION PLAN .
cent, from $9.39 in 1946 to $38.91 Wt : .

in 1963, the report said. CHARGE SO LITTLl I Ir -, .

were The traced increased to these labor factors costs: rent a car from / I
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More highly paid specialists We lecture. Vcltants 4.-ether : GAINESVILLE SUN CLASSIFIED DEPT. J .
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Young Clark Dark Again Challenges : I

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to Heart The Rule And Beats ItBy

'.<" MIKE RATHET Meanwhile, rookie Larry Miller for the winner in its half of the i the opener, winning it in the
,.... $. Associated Press Writer
Nrm Vnrk tmrl Sports pitched his first complete game eighth on two walks sand. ninth when Joe Gaines and Walt
4 San Francisco A1 for the
manager Dodgers by allowing
wiched around Julian Javier'sdouble Bond doubled for the tying run
By ARTHUR DALEY ) Dark went against one of base- only seven hits. and Carroll Hardy followed with

tOS ALTOS, Calif. The last time the national swim- ball's cardinal commandmentsThou The Dodgers snapped a 1-1 tie and a sacrifice fly by the clincher by hitting his first

ming championships of the Amateur Athletic Union were ify Shall Not IntentionallyPut in the fourth when a single by Carl Warwick. homer of the season.

held here one of the neighbor's children Steve Clark of The Winning Run On Base Willie Davis, Ron Fairly's triple Ernie Broglio, 5-9, won his Gaines collected four hits for

Los Altos High and the Santa Clara Swim Club, finished -.' -for the fourth time this season and a single by Nate Oliver pro- second straight for the Cubs and the game and Bond, who also .

fifth in the 100-meter free style. He was then 15 years old. Sunday and remained undefeated -duced two runs. Tommy Davis ended Chicago's five-game losing had a homer and Hardy three !

Obe witness was Bob Kiphuth Yale's gift to the aquatic as the Giants edged Pittsburgh later homered for Los Angeles.The streak by keeping eight Mil each. But the key blows came

worjd and now its most distinguished elder statesman. Aft- 21. Cardinals built a 4-0 lead waukee hits well scattered.Joe too late for starter Dick Farrell,

er.the meet Kiphuth was driven to the San Francisco airport The situation came about in in the first three innings against Amalfitano triggered a who left in the eighth after failing -

by a friend of the Clark family the bottom of the ninth after starter Jim Maloney with Curt two-run first for the Cubs with a for the 11th time to win his

"You might tell that boy" said the sage of New Haven, Duke Snider's tie-breaking sin Flood hitting a homer, but John- leadoff double and singled home llth game.

an expert among experts, "that I think he has the poten- gle gave the Giants the lead in son connected with a man on in. the final run in a two-run second The Mets came back to take

tial to be one of our greatest sprint swimmers." the eighth. the fourth and eighth innings, inning. Billy Cowan homered for the nightcap when Charlie

The word was duly passed along. Young Steve thrilledat i Bob Bailey singled for the Pirates -both off Curt Simmons. the Cubs. Smith snapped a 2-2 tie in the

the message. with one out and moved to Broke ThroughSt. .19 Hits 'seventh with a leadoff homer off

othing could have made a deeper Impression on me second on an infield out. Dark Louis then broke throughBy The Colts slugged 19 hits In Don Larsen.

than that," he said today. "I'd read Bob's books knew of ---'--'- then waved in Billy O'Dell who

his phenomenal records as a coach and regarded him as Summer replaced Ron Herbel on the

the most important man In the sport." Women's Champs mound. With Roberto Clementeup

N{> nation on the globe can come close to the United Dark ordered O'Dell to issuean u. S. Will Send

States in both the quality and quantity of its sprint swimmers This trio won the Summer Women's League bowl-I Intentional walk and Clem-

Clark went Into today's grand finale of the four-day Ing title at Palm Lanes. Left to right are Yvonne ente trotted to first with the

show as the defending champion over the classic 100 meter Soper, Phyllis Wright and Shirley Hester. (Sun potential winning run.

free style route and probably will wind up as the man photo). Called Third

most likely to succeed at the Tokyo Olympics, although Jerry Lynch made Dark look
sprinting risky.leaves no margin for error and makes predictions -..----- --- like a genius by looking at a Top TeamMILWAUKEE

I called third strike.
of Scot-
"Bobby McGregor I The victory moved the Giants

land has to be fast," said I back to within IVz games of the DEREK SCHOEN who'll coach the women expressed Each one of those record bids

Steve a bright young man National League leading Philadelphia LOS ALTOS HILLS Calif the one note of doubt was in an Olympic event

1 who knows the score very Phillies, who ran afoul (AP) Teen-age swimmers during the meet.

; well. "After all, he swam of Maury Wills. Wills stroked a proved with recordshatteringperformances "A lot of people are swim- Big Shadow

l1 -yards that's 23 inches double and single stole two in the AAU
ming well
awfully awfully Australian
ear- Murray Rose cast
longer than 100 meters in bases and started two double- Championships that Americawill "
ly he said. "We be
may up a big shadow on America'shopes
54 seconds. But he's no tougher I r plays as the Dodgers belted the send its finest swimming too far. I only hope we can hold at Tokyo when he came

than our own. We have. I Phillies 6-1. team in history to the Olympics
tough until'the Olympics in Tok- back on the last day of competition
d i six men who can go that fast St. Louis kept third-place Cincinnati this fall. "
to world
register a record-
,/ -Gary Ilman, Steve Jackman, 4V4 off the The coaches yo.The
i Monday. August 34 1964 GainsvilU Sun 7 games pace reserved possibility that swimmers breaking 17:01.8 in the 1,500-
Don Schollander Dick Mc- the Reds 5-4 forward in
by beating despitea are looking
might be at an early peak, with meter men's freestyle.This .
Mike Austin and of two-run homers after watching
Donough, pair by eager anticipation, -
the Olympic Trials in New York indicated that the
myself. I've given you seven Deron Johnson, the Chicago the youngsters in four daysof
not until Aug. 3 didn'tworry tralian
29-Sept. who lost to Schollander
names. There's no one else Cubs whipped Milwaukee 5-1 outdoor competition at Foot-
Counsilman. in the shorter
Arthur Daley -not as I see it anyway." and Houston outs lagged New hill College. freestyle distances -
Standout performers in an will pose a major threat to
York 9-7 in the of a "
Swimmers are so young these days the turning points in doubleheader before opener the Mets "Terrific, just amazing, said outstanding field of competitorswere the United States at the Olym-
U.S. men's Coach Dr.
their careers come at a distustingly early age. Steve was Chiefs Sweep won 4-2. Californians Don Schollander -pics.Donna
James Counsilman after
swimming for a country club team hereabouts when he was The Giants' scored the clincher of Santa Clara and Sharon I de Varona, the 17-year-
America's break nine
nine years old and the supervior there offered the soundest in the eighth against Bob ing corps Stouder of City of Commerce. old Olympic veteran from Santa
world 16 American
advice anyone could have given. Schollander 18 the Clara, failed to better a world
when won
Friend 9-11 Jose Pagan standards
marks and 24
"if you want to be good Steve," he said, "see GeorgeH Hapless Suns led off by beating out a hit between during the meet meet which ended meet's outstanding performer mark but played havoc with the

i iiies at Santa Clara. He's the best coach In the world." third and short. Two outs Sunday. trophy by sweeping the 100, 200 American and meet standards.

So Steve enlisted under the dynamic Haines got more and 400-meter freestyle events
later, Snider rapped his winning Additionally three official Racked Records
help from Norton Thornton at Los Altos high and still setting world's records in the
single. marks bettered in
more from Phil Moriarty, successor to the retired Kiphuth, Take IL LeadBy Eight HitsWills' events where were lower times are 200 and 400 at 1:57.6 and 4:12.7. Altogether, she bettered

at Yale. American and meet records in
two hits eave him eieht pending. Triple Winner
the 200 and 400-meter individual
in 13 trips to the plate againstthe Note of Doubt
Sour as Freshman THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Elsewhere Richmond I medley and was on the SanU.:
sept a Phillies in the first three Peter Daland of the University Miss Stouder only 15, also
Syracuse is a hard team to double header from Clara team that bettered U.S.
Buffalo, 6 to
of the four-game set. : of Southern California, was a triple winner. She took
jthough Clark was still a schoolboy when he made the keep down. They kept pounding 2 and 3 tc 0, Toronto whipped games 100-meter freestyle and the 100 and meet marks in the 800 me-

1960 Olympic team as a relay alternate ad when he won away until they knocked Jack- Columbus twice, 5 to 1 and 5 to and 200-meter butterfly events ters and 400 meters freestyle

his first national championship, he went sour as a Yale sonville off the top of the International 4. Atlanta split two with Roches. besting the world's standard in, relays.

freshman in 1962. He now suspects he may have had a League. Then came ter. The Crackers took the first the 200 with a 2:26.4.: Tiny Patty Caretto provided

toUch of mononucleosis. from behind twice to I the keynote for the swimming
yesterday to 4, and dropped the second
Whatever it was I stank" he said bluntly. "I was Others who bettered recog- convention with
young lengthen their lead to two full 3 to 1.John. two world records -
scared, nervous and uncertain of myself. I even began to LOS ANGELES PHILADELPHIA MILWAUKEE CHICAGO nized world marks were 16- in one race as she

wonder if I had it any more. I went to Japan and was beaten games.Their doubleheader victoryover slam home Ryan smashed a grand Wills (i abrhbl 5120 Rolas cf abrhbl 4000 Mathews 3b abrhbi 3000 A'lfitano 2b abrhbi 4131 year-old Dick Roth of Atherton trounced her elders in the 1,500-
three times by Manuel Dos Santos of Brazil, the holder run give Syracusethe I Gilliam 3b 5 1 1 2 Calllson rf 4000 Maye cf 30 0 Gabflson rf 3110 Calif., with 4:48.6: in the 400- meter freestyle on Thursday.The .
the Suns gave the Chiefs second Jim Northrup W. Davis dli 1 Taylor 2b 4010 Aaron rf 40 2 Williams If 4000
game. meter individual
of the world's record of 53.6 for 100 meters. I came homearia Fairly ib 4111 Allen 3b 4020 Carty" 4010 Santo 3b 3001 medley and 13-year-old from the Cityof
five straight triumphs. Jack- followed with a solo homer for I T. Davis If 3lllJohnson If 4110 Torre c 4120 Banks Ib 4100 Marilyn Ramenofsky, 17, of
to him again in Los Angeles. To the rescue Commerce in Los
was race Griffith rf 3000 Amaro Ib 3010 Alou Ib 3021 Cowan cf 3121 Angeles
sonville had held the number.
cattle George Haines. the Chiefs. Parker rf 0000 Triandos c 3010 Menk ss 4010 Bertell c 4120 Phoenix, Ariz., with 4:41.7: in the County passed the 800-meter
for than month.: Rosebor e 4000Wine ss 3011 DefaHoz 2b 30 0 Rodgers* ss 3011
.. one post more a The Chiefs overcame a 3 to 0 400-meter freestyle.
'You're swimming so badly now' he told me. 'You can'tgei. I Camilli c 0000 Boozer p 1000 Fischer p 1000 Broglio p 4000 mark in 9:47.3 and then finishedin
Syracuse was doen 3 to 0 in lead in the opener with a three- Oliver 2b 4121 Corrales, ph 1000 Bailey ph 1000 Also besting world's
So well relax and enjoy it. existing
worse. you might as Cline 1000Kolb
L. Miller p 3 0 0 0 Herrns'n ph 1000 ph 18:30.5.: Both world
: were rec-
"that rally jolted me although he smiled just enough to the first game but came back to run fourth inning. Mack Jones Totals 35 41S Totals 32111 ph 1000 standards was the 400meterwomen's

win 6 to 4. Behind ito 0 in the batted in one run with a single Los Angeles .... ........100 201 200-4 Totals 3211 Totals 32594 ords although gals before had
tai the sting out of it. So I relaxed and really did enjoyit Philadelphia .. .. ... ....Oiooooooo i Milwaukee .............. 000 100 000-1 freestyle relay team
because I beat Dos Santos." second game, Syracuse mustered and Northrup singled in two E-Taylor. Rolas. DP-Los Angeles -2.OBLos Chicago .... ........... 220 000 01X-5E from the Santa Clara, Calif., tried swimming only the 800

How fast is Clark? For 17 years the one great standardof a five run rally in the fifthto more. JB-Wills Angeles Fairly.5 3B-Fairly., Philadelphia HR-T.5 Davis Chicago'-Menke 3 LOB, Mathews.-Milwaukee OP-Milwaukee 8. Chicago 1.7. Swim Club. and hadn't done it as rapidly.

measurement was Johnny Weismuller's record of 51 seconds win 5 to 1. Don Dillard's double in the (7). SB-Willis 2. S-L-Miller. Griffith. 2B-Alou, Torre, Amalfitano/ Bert lI.

flat for 100 yards over a short course. It kept defying ninth brought home the winningrun L. Miller W. 2-2 ..IP, H 7 R I ERBB 1 1 SO 5 SF-Santo.HR-Cowan (15). 5B-'aron. Cowan.

until Alan Ford of Yale finally broke it. This was for Toronto's second I Boozer. U 1-2 ....3 2-S S 3 2 0 1 IP H R ERBB SO Great <
everyone game. Roebuck ........11-3 0 0 0 0 1 Fischer. L. '-' ... 1 2.3' 4 3 1 1 new taste
akin to Roger Bannister shattering the psychologcial barrier Wright IsRigllt John Anderson held the Maple Mahaffey..3 3 3 J 1 1 Hoeft ........... 11-30 0 0 0 1 :
Kroll ........ ...1 0 0 0 0 I Olivo .. .........3 1 0 0 1 2
,'of the 4-minute mile. The record now is down to an unbelievable Leafs to six hits and alone run 7-2:13. A-18,802. Tiefenauer ..... 11-34 1 0 1 1 ; L.
...... ... 0 0
'Eilers 230 0
46.8 seconds and Clark is the lad who it in the first
game. Broglio W. 5-9 ._ 9 t 1 1 4 4 pipe tobacco
First Cam
there. .. Again HOUSTON NEW YORK PB-Torre, Bertell. T-2:26. A-1,001. t

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. it r. with a square jaw and crew cut that he shaves to Yul MILWAUKEE (AP) Mick Curt Blefary and Lou Jackson Fox 2b SilOHunt 3b 5030 abrhbi abrhbi
Gaines rf 4241 Altman I If 3000 Rose 2b 5000 Flood cf 5122 filter
Brynner baldness before all major races. His light hearted ey Wright left the women's pro connected on consecutive pitches Bond Ib 5334 Hickman ph 1 0 0 0Aspro'te Pinson cf 4110 Brock If 4010 in a
Robinson rf 41 1 0 Groat 4000
3b 5021 Chr-pher rf 3 2 1 0 ss
friendliness makes him with all the oth- trail for week's vacation
immensely popular golf a
for back-to-back home runs Hardy cf 5132 Kanehl If 0000 Johnson If I 2 2 Bayer 3b 4210
water babies. after her traveling I Llllls ss 5011 Gonder ph 1000 Perez Ib 2000 White Ib 4010
er today warning itoao: 1LThR
to 0000 Skinner rf 2011
push Rochester over Atlanta Grote c 5020 Kranep'l Ib 5231 Keough pr
Moriarity, his coach at Yale, raves about him not only rivals her immediate goal iso I Farrell p 4010 Elliot cf 3114Nottebart Pavletich c 3 0 0 0 Shannon rf 1 1 0 0 !
3 to 1 in the second game. The McCool p 1000 Javier 2b 3120 cigarette
because of his skill and personality but because of his total break her record of 13 tour- Red I p I000Taylor McMillan c ss 4000 4 1 2 0Sutherrd Cardenas IS 4 0 0 0 McCarver C 2 0 0 0
the first
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season the Elis lacked a butterfly swim- nament set year. end of the doubleheader. Wakefield p 2000 Coleman ph 1 0 0 Warwick ph 0001
met. So Steve volunteered to switch to that stroke in orderto The 29-year-old links queen I Thomai ph I 1 1 0 Maloney p 1000
Total 41 f If Totals 37.711 < Harper ph 1000
help the team. In the National Collegiate Athletic Association from Dallas Sunday posted her Sandy Valdespino blasted a Edwards ph 2 0 1 0
Houston ............. 103 000 101- 35464 Totals 35594 7
championships his unexpectedly expert fly leg eighth triumph in 15 meets by three run homer and Ray Hund! New York .............'.". 000.103 130-7 Totals _
.... ..
Cincinnati .... .. 000 200 02O-C
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on & medley relay gave lightly regarded Yale the closestof capturing the $12,500 Milwaukee -Hunt. Christopher. DP-Houston 1. St. Louis ... 211 000 CU-5

near misses in time that was better than the meet record Open with a 72-hole total of 239. in the fourth to lead Atlanta to .lew. York 1. LOB-Houston ". New York E-RobinSOft. Javier Croat, LOB-Cincinnati new taste! The secret? It's packed with

2B-Spangler' Gaines' Bond. Kranepoot. 6. St Louis 0. America's best.tasting pipe tobacco
Miss Wright shook off a closing the first game victory. Klaus. HR-Bond (15), Hardy (1). Elliot 2B-Brock. Beyer Robinson, Javier.

"That was the second biggest thrill of my career," said challenge by Ruth Jessen Righthanders Jim Brennemanand /I).. Kran pool (5). Wakefield.. SF-Eliot. HR-Flood Shannon. SF-(4)Warwick.. Johnson 2 (141.) SB- famous Half and Half Smoke new Half

Steve with a happy smile. "The biggest one was winning and finished with a parmatching Jim Horsford pitched Rich- IP H R ER SB SO IP H R ERBB SO and Half Filter Cigarettes &
Farrell ........ 7 9 S 5 3 0 Maloney ....... 22-37 4 3 0 1
the...Pan American Championships at Sao Paulo in Brazil. I 72 in winning the Milwaukee mond to the twin killing over Woodeshlck .. 2-3422 0 0Notlebart. Duren ......... 11-30 0 0 2 2 j'
W, 44 11-3 0 0 0 CI 2 Henry ......... 2 1 0 0 0 1UcCool eA.' Cs. pJ.tI/
hope the Olympics can supersede that. Most swimmers event for the second time in Buffalo. Brenneman struck out ..
con- Sutherland ..... 2 1.3 6 4 4 2 0 U 3-2 1 1-3 1 1 1 2 2
template retiring after the Olympics. There are two reasons three years. It marked her 60th 12 in the while holdingthe Wakefield .." .. 32-37 2 2 0 2 Ellis ............ 2-3 0 II 0 0 II
opener Cisco .. ....2 200 0 0 Simmons ...... 7 2.3 5 4 3 1 6
why I probably will continue for at least one more year. victory. an all-time record on Bisons to eight hits. Hors. Fisher L, 7-13 ... 1 4 3 3 0 0 Cuellw W, 9-3 1-3' 0 01 1
.... 1 1. 0 I 0
Farrell 2 In Wakefield Taylor -
"I love travelling and I want very much to see Moscow the LPGA circuit since she ford allowed Buffalo only four aced 2 men faced In 7th.men Ith Balk-Ouren, T233. Al4,010oTiIlJ. TERMITE

next year as a member of the team the A.A.U. will send turned pro 10 years ago. hits in the second game. T-2:2. I

there. Secondly, I'm captain-elect at Yale and I don't quite Second Cam jl

fancy the idea of being the first non swimming captainIn HOUSTON abrhbi NEW YORK abrhblSpangler r

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AMERICAN LEAGUEw .................
NATIONAL LEAGUEW New Yerk OJO 000 20 -4E Batting 225 at bats Clemente, Pittsburgh -
Arthur Ashe Jr. ,
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43 40 ..6)tChlcaao ) San Fran. 6043.371 mCincinnati I 3B-Bond. HR-Smith (13) S-Owens. Philadelphia 77. working day and night to
64 40 .615 to 57 4* .543 4VkPittsburgh States tennis has set his sightson Pennsylvania state champion Hlls. Leek. Cennlnaro. SF-Hardy.IP Runs batted In Boyer, It. Louis destroy your home! They work silently but swiftly.
Los Angeles' 54 53 JU 11 54 44 .540 J winning the Wimbledon because the H R ERBB SO U; Santo. Chicago 74. :
Boston 52 54 ."1 1314Minnesota Milwaukee 54 4, .524 4V* tourney has more Owens ._....... 6 6 2 2 1 5LIrsen.L.I.I..O Hits Clemente. Pittsburgh, 139; Williams They can be stopped if you ACT NOW. Let a
50 55 .474 15 St. Louis 54 50 J1' 7 championship.The prestige. It's the same thing 2 2 2 I I Chicago. 130. graduate entomologist from Florida
Detroit 51 57 .472 15'i Los Angeles 51 51 .500 9 Bruce .0........ 1 1 0 0 0 0 Doubles Williams Chicago. 27; Cle I Pest Control
Cleveland 47 51 .441 II Chicago 4, 53 .410 11 21-year-old Negro from with Wimbledon. If you're the Woodeshlck .... 1 S 0 0 0 1 monte Pittsburgh 24. inspect your home. FREE inspection and estimate.czLtULatR4 .
Kansas City 40 45 M\ 25Washington Houston 4* 61 .424 17 Richmond, Va., a student at Wimbledon champ think Locke.W,1-I..7 J 2 2 3 1 Triples Pinson, Cincinnati 9; San- '
41 M J73 26.* New York 34 73 Jll 28V4 they Hunter ...._.2 1 C I I S to. Chicago. I.
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Chicago 2-3. Washington 1.1 Houston ,.2. New York 7-4 T-2Of. A-! .*". 29; Williams Chicago 24.
CfeveUpd\ ,/ 4-2. Detroit. 1.1. 2nd game 11 Los Angeles a. Philadelphia 1 Court Championships Sunday by Ashe competed at Wimbledonin Stolen bases wills. Los Angeles 35;
Innings St. Louis S, Cincinnati 4 defeating Clark Graebner of 1963 and this but each SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH Brock St. Louis. 23.
New Yark 2. Minnesota 0 Chicago 5. Milwaukee 1 year, abru lit abrhbi. Pitching 10 decisions Koufax Los
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Los Angeles 2, Boston 1Todays 15-5 .750; OToole Cincinnati 11-4, .733.
Alou iSaSMota Cf-lf 5021
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the first of
quarterfinals.. In hereas
Games I Los Angeles Koufax 15-5 at Phlladelpna winning Snider rf 4011 Clemente rf 4010 Strikeouts Koutax Los Angeles. 115; ,
Washington 1-7.Kreutzer 7 3-2 at ClevelardDonou.n I Benne f-Io 7:05 p.m. I race to win a major grass court filth seed, he scored two up- Mays If 4000 Lynch If 4010McCovev Drysdale: Los Angeles. 157. CONTROL

Baltimore Pappas p.m.,., at Los AngelasBellntky I San Francisco Law M.Marichal 7:15 p.m. IS.t Plifi.burgh I tournament. Althea Gibson, the; sets. He put out Dennis Ralston ss If lSlSVlrdonBr.dl555Davenpt 0 0 0 0 Clenden'n Ib 4 I 0 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Now Is the
.4. 10 p.m. Only games Scheduled Cepeda Ib le2OMaZef1k12b4031 AND
female Athlete of The Year in in the
Only fiames scheduled Tomorrows Games quarter-finals and Gene Hart3b sOiSPagilaronIcS 0 OS Batting 325 at bats Olive Minnesota time to hay
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Baltimore at Lo Angeles N Chicago at St Louis. N Pagan ss-tf 3010 Burgess c lila Runs Ollva Minnesota 77; Allison" your hem* CO.
New Yark at Kansas City. N San Francisco at New York. N gro to do so. in the semifinals. Hendley p 2021 SchofKW SS 315 0 Minnesota 4*.
Boston-at Minnesota N Milwaukee at Cincinnati twlnlght Ashe who first hit the headlines In the women's Hitler ph-2b 1100 Friend p 3000 Runs batted ki Stuart, Boston, I5Klltebrew ; I
DetroM-at Chicago N Only games scheduled play Billie Frees ph 1000 Minnesota II.
Washington FLORIDA at Cleveland STATE, LEAGUE N in 1961 by winning the National Jean Moffitt, Long Beach Calif., Totals 32252 Total 24 110 1SM I Hits Ollva. Minnesota, 150 B. Rob- Convenient monthly

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW Francisco ......... .. too 010 meP.ttsbwrb bison. Baltimore 122.Doubles I
W L Pet 0.5. L Pc?. 05. Interscholastic Championship -top seed swept the honors. She ..... tot tot 100--1 Brvssoud, Boston and Ollva SAFETY payments$10003cpp
Tem '. 23 10 Ml Syracuse 45 44 .54 was ranked 28th nationally -beat Nancy Richey Dallas for Minnesota._ %1. ''
St. Ptttrsburg 20 13.606 3 Jacksonville 44 47 .577 2 Schorwld.. McCovey. Cepeda. DPittsburgh Triples Yastrezemskt Boston Fregssl. I S Continuous
Laketaad i? .SM 5 Buffalo 60 At..su y/i that 'year. He was No. the first time in four tries, for 3. LOB San Francisco a. Los Angeles and Versa lies. /Minnesota. -I

Orlar Mlam**- U U 16..529 II .424 51 7* Toronto Rochester 5 54* 54 46.562 JOO 10\4 4 10 in 1962 and moved up to sixth!I the singles crown, 7-5,3-6,8-6. Pittsburgh IL2BCePtda., CrandalL S-Fra..nd. Hat.IP Minnesota. I; McAulitfe.. Detroit and Oliva. : contract maintenance
Ft. Lair-dale 15 16.414 7 I H R ERBB SO Home runs Kiltebrew. Minnesota I
Richmond 3156.47713 in 1963 as well as becoming the Later she teamed
Sarasota 10 21 .323 12 Columbus with Mrs. endley' .n. .... 33.34 0 0 1 4regenzer 34 Powett. Baltimore 21.
D.,,". .Beach 10 22 .313 12V4 Atlanta 34 42 74 44 .321 J94 2 21Vk>M firm Negro to be named to the I.Karen Hantze Susman, San Antonio W. 14 1 1-3 1 1 1 1 0erbH Stolen bases "AperlcJo Baltimore 41; 20 N.W. 16th Av..
Yesterdays Results I H .. 12-3:1: 0 0 0 0 Weis. Chicago 14Pltchlng -
Miami I. Daytona Beach 2 !Toronto 5-5 Yesterdays Columbus M Results U.S. Davis Cup squad.Wimbledon to beat Miss Richey and O'Dell .......... 1-3. 0 0 1 1 10 decisions Bunker Baittmore CHECKED Phone FR 62561I
Tampa S. Sarasota 2 Syracuse 4-5. Jacksonville I FrIendL5-1l... I 2 ) 1 3 12-2, 457 Ford. New York 12-3.
ft. ratlnburg 10. Lakeland I I Atlanta 71. Rochester 44 4-1 I Mrs. Clark Graebner for the McBean ....... 1 5 S S 1 1 0.
trfafld* 1* Fort Lauderdala I ,Richmond, Buffalo 2-0 ''Td like to win Wimbledon," i doubles crown, 4-6,6-3,6-4. T-2:50.Friend faced A-2X402 2.man In rth. Strikeouts.,Chicago-110.RadaU Boston 134 Patin -


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8 Gainesville Sun Monday, August 3. 1944 -

Players 6Suffer' in Victories STATE FOOTBALL TALEN :. I


.- Gators, Seminoles ";

By DICK COUCH Cleveland hospital. Brown brokeup was the sorriest fellow in Mu- Jim Landis' two-run single in .t

Associated Press Sports Writer the 2-1, 11-inning nightcapwith nicipal Stadium. the sixth paced the White Sox'

Sometimes you can't win even a pinch hit that wasn't. second game victory after bloop

when you do. McDowell suffered stomach Company singles by Bill Skowron and Get Cream of

Ask Sam McDowell and Larry first game but didn't tell Teb- Tebbetts had company when Gerry McNertney drove in the k I CropBy

Brown, key figures in the Cleve- betts. The 21-year-old southpaw Brown's bases-loaded hit in the first game runs. t

land Indians' doubleheader appeared to tire in the late in- 11th of the second went II II

sweep over Detroit Sunday. nings and the manager, assum- into the record book game as a force Four Hits F. T. MACFEELY Downs, Giordano and Glennare From the South team, FSU

McDowell pitched a brilliant ing McDowell was not in top play. Joel Horlen, Don Mossi and GAINESVILLE (AP) The headed for Florida; Wal- gets tackle Mike Donohue of St.

four-hitter in the 6-1 opener, but shape, told him so afterwards. Chico Salmon led off the in- Ed Fisher checked the Senatorson state universities can rest as- ther for FSU. Petersburg Dixie Hollins and

got scolded by Manager Birdie After McDowell entered the hos- ning by reaching base on Dick four hits in the opener. Mossi sured Running Ability Russell Gielow of Vero Beach.
they skimmed the
Tebbetts and wound up in a.. pital for observation, TebbettsWTv4a McAuliffe's error. One out later, relieved again in the eighth inning cream South Ends ..

Billy Moran's single and a walkto of the nightcap and saved off the bumper crop of football The game demon strated

; Tito Francona loaded the the victory for Ray Herbert. r talent that came out of Florida Downs' running ability above Florida gets South ends Brian

I Boxes bases. Brown, batting for pitcher Don Lock hit his 19th homer for high schools the past year. all else. His 90 yards gained in- Jetter of Fort Lauderdale .and

Luis Tiant hit a looper to Washington in the first game. The state high school All-Star cluded a 31-yard whirling and Ed Virgin of Fort Lauderdale

-- short right that dropped in. But game Saturday night proved the twisting run for the winning Stranahan; guards Marty Brayof

Al Kaline's throw to second beat Bob Rodgers singled home the recruiting prowess of Florida touchdown. Tampa Robinson, Bob Hiple

BALTIMORE abrhbl KANSAS CITY ab rill I NEW. YORK abrhbl MINNESOTA abrhbl francona, who had hesitated on Angels' deciding run in the and Florida State. Glenn caught all five passes i lof Fort Pierce McCarty and

Brandt cf 5220 Ca'p'n'ris ss 4 2 3 :ubek ss 5000 Versalles ss 4000 the basepath. ninth off Red Sox relief ace Sports writers picked Bob which the North completed, in-Richard McCarl of Miami Jackson -
AMricle t< 5122 Causey 2b 501 lich'son 2b 4010 Olive rt 4000
Sicbern Ib 5111 Charles 3b 412 :resh If 4100 Hall cf 4 0 1 0 Salmon scored the winningrun Dick Radatz, who was makinglis Downs of Winter Haven and cluding two for touchdowns. and back Richard Trapp of
Powell If 3224 Gentile 1b 511B. Aantl cf 3010 Klllebrew! If 3010
Rob'n 3b 5 0 1 1 Green pr 000 I toward c 4000 Allison Ib 3000 on the weird play but 55th appearance. Rodgers'hit Don Giordano of Miami Curleyas Giordano anchored the South I i Bradenton.
Bowens rf 5020 Colavito rf 500 f Lopez rf 4122 Rollins 3b 2010 Brown who needs a few hits, FSU bound
Brown c 4120 Jimenez If 512 Pepitone Ib 401 o Battey e 3000 followed a walk to Jim Fre- outstanding individuals in line that threw back this threatas I l I from the North

Adair 2b 5130 Edwards c 100 ( Boyer 3b 4030 Snyder b 2000 didn't get one. The young infielder 5osi and a single by Joe Adcock. fashioning the South's 20-24 vic: well as most others throughout are end Ken Hart of Groveland,
Roberts 2000
p Bryan c 311 0 Bouton p 4010 Kostro ph 1000
Barber p 1000 Mathews cf 4131 Kaat p 2000 hampered by a leg in- Fred Newman pitched the distance tory. Tommy Glenn of Jackson the game. Walther was the tackle Harvey Baldwin of Jack

Orsino Haddlx ph p 1000 1000 Segul Drab'sky p p 2 100 0 0 0 Mlncher Klndall 2b P'1 0000 0 0 0 fection, is batting .223. for the Angels, permittingfive m ville Ribault and Wayne Wal- top tackler for the North line. sonville Lee: guard Larry Pen-

Aluslk ph 100 Totals' 34.2 9.2 Totals 25.535 Blank Twins hits and improving his record SAMlICDO'VELL ther of Gonzalez Tate were I Many others are headed for dleton of Lakeview and back
Totals 411 IS I Totals 4B 713 :7
York 000.100.100-2
Baltimore/ .............. 121.01.OIt-a< I Minnesota .............. too.000.000-I to 94. Hot Thrower chosen best for the losing north.. the state universities. Chuck Flores of Perry.
Kansas City .............; 111.400.000-7: The league-leading New York
E-Rolllns. Worthington. DP New York
E-Edwards. Mathews. Gentile. Brown.'. 1, Minnesota 1. LOB-New York 8. Minnesota Yankees blanked Minnesota 2-0
LOB-Baltimore 11. Kansas City I. 3.
2B-B. Robinson. Brandt Slebern/ Bryan 2B-Rlchardson. Boyer, HaiL HR-Lopez behind Jim Bouton's threehitterand I ONLY 12 DAYS LEFT
Campanerls. h HR-Powell (21), Cam (9l. SBTresh.IP Baltimore '
second place :
panerls (3) Jlmmez (12) Gentile (18) H R ERBBSO
Charles (13). S&-Apartclo 2. Campa-.i Bouton, W. 12 I .. 9 3 0' 0 1 5Katl. shook off Kansas City 8-7 to stay
nerls. L. 11-5 no.. 4 7 2' 1 0 4
IP H R ER BB SO Kllppsteln ...... 1 1-3 1 1 0 1 0 five percentage points behind
Roberts ........ 3 I 5 5 0 !2 Worthington .... 2-30 0 0 0 0
Barber, W, ,-I ... 4 4 2 2 1 :3 Amigo .......... 1 1 0 0 0 0 the Yanks. The Chicago White
Haddix ......... 2 1 0 0 0 :2
Kaat faced 3 men In 7th. T-2:21. A- two from Washington
.. ..... Sox won
Segul 2135443 :1
Bowsfield ...... 1 A 3 2 0 0 2-1 and 3-1, climbing to within Their offer ; OurofferIf
Drab'sky, L. 3-11 4234 1 1 1 5: 34.394.Floridians vs
Stock ........... 1 2 0 0 0 :11 one half game of the top, and
A-HBP,M-.By Haddix (Campanerls) T-2:49.1' the Los Angeles Angels defeated ;:

abrhbl abrhb Top Bouton, working in 94degreeheat
Jones 2b 0000 Pearson cf 5121
Mantilla rf 4020 Green If 5031 0 tossed his second straight
Ytrze'skl cf 3000 Fregosl ss 4121 1 (AP) Florida shutout and ran his season record -
Stuart Ib 4000 Smith rf 5011
Malzone 3b 4110 Adcock Ib 3010 contestants dominated competition to 12-8. Jimmie Hall, who
Horton If 4010 Gatewood pr 0 0 0 0
Bressoud ss 4001 Rodgers c 4021 1 in the Southern Regional doubled in the seventh, was the
Tlllman c 3010 Torres 3b 4001Moreh 0 Water Ski tournament held Sun- only Twin to reach second base. t
ad p 3 0 0 0 Knoop 2b 3 0 0 0
Newman p 4011 {
Trials 33 1 S 1 Totals 37 212: day.Don Both Runs 4
Two out when winning run scored. Robertson of Lakeland

Boston ...!............. on 000 ooo-i took the senior men's overall Hector Lopez drove in both
Los Angeles .............. 100 000 001-2 .. ..
title. Ed Gill of Miami was Yankee runs with a ground out i. .
E-Stuart, Fregosl, Adcock. DP-Boston
1. Los Angeles 1. LOB-Boston 6, Los second and Bill Stevenson r.f and his eighth homer.

Angeles 2B-Pearson.14 Birmingham, Ala., was third. Doubles by Jackie Brandt and "4 % % /: Y.'J. v
IP H R ER III SO senior men's slalom ..a aj
In the Siebern in the eighth seo ; 'r t;
Morehead ...77 10 1 1 4 4 Norm
Radatz L. 10.i .. 1 2.3 2 1 1 1 2 Vic Galli of Orlando was first, broke a 7-7 deadlock at Kansas 1Li a
Newman W.4 9 5 1 1 1 j
7-1:28. A-I,928. David Andrews of Nashville, City after the Athletics had tied

First Game Tenn., second and Henry the score with four runs in the

CHICAGO abrhbl WASHINGTON abrhbl Holmes of West Palm Beach fourth. The Orioles cracked 15 .
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H'shb'ger rf 4 0 0 0 Blas'ame 2b 3 0 1 0 third. hits, including a three-run homer *
Wels 2b 4120 Valentine If 3001 0
Ward 3b 4020 King rf 3000 Joker Osborne of Cypress by Boog Powell, and the A'shad

Hansen Skowron ss Ib 4011 3110 Sievers Cun'ham ph Ib 2001 1001 0 0 Gardens took first place in the 13, including solo homers by _

Nicholson If 3000 Lock cf 4121 1 men's tricks with Roland Hillierof Berto Campaneris, Jim Gentile !
Stephens If 1010 Brumley c 4001 0 I
Landis cf 3010 Brinkman ss 4 0 1 I 0'' Orlando and Ken White of and Manny Jimenez and EdCharles' _
M'Nertney c 3 01 1 Cottier 3b 3001 0 '' :':Y.
Martin c 1000 Leppert ph 1001 0 Cypress Gardens following. two-run shot. i .4
Horlen p 3000 Osteen p 2001 0 : .
Phillips Ib 1001 0 ( k.':.:t+,: nfy: .jYYy: iy 'b'ftr
Totals 33 2 9 2 Totals 31 1 4 1 1 41o5

Chicago til oo 00 0-:
Washington 000 100 000-1 1
E-Wels. DP-Chlcaoo 1. LOB-Chicago 6. ARNIE CAN'TCATCH
Washington 7. s *
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Horlen. W, li ....713 3 1 1 4 !5
Fisher ..........1131 0 0 0 i 0
Osteen. L. 9.1 ..... 7 2 2 2 3
Rldzlk T-2.38. ........1 2 0 0 0 1 NAGLEMONTREAL

Second Game
abrhbl abrhb
H'shb'ger rf 5 1 1 0 Blas'ame 2b 41 1 i 0
Buford 2b 2000 Valentine If 4 0 1 1 1 AP) Arnold Nagle went into the fin L
Wels 2b 1000 King rf 4011 0
Kel round stroke behind Palmer
Ward eb 3000 Cun'ham Ib 4000 I Palmer keeps chasing old one

Stephens Skowron Ib If 3121 3000 Lock Brumley cf c 4 4011 0 0 i 0 Nagle, but he can't catch him. Bill Collins of Grossinger,

Hansen ss 3110 Phillips Ib 3011 0 In fact, Arnie is losing N.Y., and Ray Floyd of St. An-
Landis Martin cf c 4012 4000 Brinkman Narum p ss 3 2001 0 1 I 0 0 ground. drews, Ill. Firing birdies on the their tire fails when If our tire fails when I

Herbert p 3000 Sievers ph 1001 0 second, fifth and sixth holes, he

Mossl Totals p 32 1010 3 4 3 Totals 3141 1 Nagle, a 43- 'ear-old Australian -overtook the leaders and began it's this worn it's this worn.U.S.Royal

Chicago ..... ....... ..... 100 002 000-3 with powderpuff drives and his ,
Washington ,. .. .. .... 001 000 000-1 outraced setting own pace.
irons first
pinpoint ,
5.E-None. LOB-Chicago .. Washington Palmer in the 1960 British Open Palmer missed seven putts of all other major tire brands

2B-Hansen. King. Valentine SB-Bu when he beat golfing's masterby four feet or less but climbed
ford. S-Buford.
IP H R ER BB SO stroke.He right back into the big money
Herbert W, 4-3 .. 713 1 1 0 3: will only allow a few
with finish. you
Mossl .. ... 1230 0 0 0 1 1 an amazing
Narum. L.7S..I 5 3 3 5 !S outran him again Sunday, Palmer wound with
up a one- will it with
Kline ...1 1 0 0 0 0 replace a
WP-Herbert. 2. T 211. A-10.V22. slashing four strokes off the 7- under 70 to edge Floyd for sec- dollars toward a new tire.
First Game
DETROIT CLEVELAND 090-yard Pinegrove course's pa; ond. Floyd, with 280, earned $3,.
abrhbl abrhbl 71 and won the $50,000 Canadian 300 and Dan Sikes Jr. of Ponte brand new tire free.
Lump 2b 3021 Held 2b 5242 You still have to
Freehan c 4000 Howser ss 41 1 0 Open Golf Championship with a Vedra, Fla., picked up $2,900 ( pay -

Kalme Demeter rf Ib 4000 3000 Chance Wagner Ib If 4000 5121 72-hole total of 277. Palmer, de- for fourth at 281.Named U.S. Royafhas developed a matter how many miles you g67

G. Brown If 4 0 0 0 Aicue c 4031 spite his patented finish, was tire construction that's so strong What's more,road hazards(such
Thomas cf 4000 5 lm-n rf 4111 about $15 more.)
Phillips 3b 3110 Davalillo cf 3 01 0 two shots behind this time at and so unlikely to fail, they can as chuck holes or broken glass)
McAuliffe IS 3 0 1 0 Moran 3b 3 1 0 0 279. Coach
make this unheard-of Special are included in the offer.
0000 McDowell 3000
Aguirre Rakow p 1000 p Don't take our word for it. If it should fail at this point
Introductory Offer: It covers these tires:
Wood ph 1000 Won $7,500 Of Davis Read the small print in the (which means you'd already
Wert ph 1000 CupSOUTH If the tire fails for any reason, The U.S. Royal first-fine tire
Totals 31 1 41 Totals 3i i 11!5 $7,500 for his first guarantee at the bottom of practically have gotten about 80% of the
.. .. ....... Nagle won except a repairable puncture or (Safety 800)
Detroit 001 000 ooo-i
Cleveland .... .........". 103 002 00 -< North American tournament ORANGE, N.J. (AP) every tire ad. You'll find wear out of the tire), you'd only deliberate abuse,U.S.Royal will The tiger's paw

E-McAullffe. DP-Detroit 1. LOB-De- victory and Palmer $4,000 for -Edwin Faulkner, coach of the a paragraph that says somebe entitled to a small allowance. replace it with a brand new tire", (Red
troit HR-Held o, Cleveland(14)10. SB-Salmon S- his fourth second-place finish Swarthmore College tennis thing like this: On a major-brand first line tire, free of charge. The U.S. Royal premium tire

McDowell. IP H R ER III SO this year. team, has been selected as the "In the event of tire failure in Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth _This offer applies all the way Red-circle Royal Master. )

Aguirre .... 0 1 1 1 0 0 Nagle turned In scores of 73 coach for the U.S. Davis Cup covered by the guarantee, tire sizes, you'd still have to pay an down to the last %* of original This Special Introductory
Rakow L. 4.9 4 4 3 2 2 3
Regan .., .2 2 2 2 1 3 2 and 71 for the first two rounds, team. Faulkner was coach of will be pro-rated, based on the additional $15 or so. tread. (And if you want to see Offer applies to passenger cart
Hamilton .. 2 3 0 0 1 !2 but blazed home on the second the 1924- -26 teams when Bill amount original tread remainThis is the standard "life of tires
replacement purchased and
how far down of tread
McDowell W 4-5 9 4 1 1 3 7 just Jjj
Aguirre Balk-McDowell.faced 1 man P8-AZCUI.In 1st. T-2:36. half with rounds of 66 Saturdayand Tilden, Bill Johnsonton, Vinnie ing." the tire" guarantee made by is,look at the picture.) -registered between now and

Second Game Sunday. Richards and Dick Williams English translation: If the tire practically every manufacturerfails It doesn't matter how long August 15th.

DETROIT abrhbl CLEVELAND abrhbl "They're my best finishing comprised the U.S. squad. you'll get a partial allowin the industry, including U.S.
rounds said Nagle. you own the tire.And it doesn't And there's no catch.
Lump 2b 4000 Held 2b 4000 ever, toward tire .
ance a new ,dependRoyal.
3b 5000 WhliftId ph 1 SOS
Kallne rf 5 0 0 0 L. Brown ph 1 011 ing on how much tread is left. Now compare this with the Prices start as low as $219-
Demeter Ib 3 0 0 Howler ss 5010
Cash ph-lb 2000 Wagner If 5010 Pass For instance, the tire in the Special Introductory Offer de 7.50.14 Black Tubeless
G. Brown If 5 0 1 0 Chance Ib 5130 Flint
Thomas cf 4120 Romano c 5000 picture has %' of tread leIscribed at the right. Safety 800, plus tax, ezch.nyeDON'T
Freehan c 4030 Salmon rf J 1 2 0 c.LET IsMP'
McAullffe ss 2 0 01 Davalillo cf 4011
Lolich p 1000 Moran 3b 5020 Kick Clinic j 1
Sherry p 1000 Kralkk p 2000
Bruton P'1 0 0/ Francona ph. 0 0 0 0
Totals/ 37 1 4 1 Ttais 411 U 2
Two out when winning run scored.
Detroit __... .. .. ..._. 000 Oil 000 Oft-1 Slated HereA BE BASHFUL!
cuv.ui< ...u... Dog 001 m ti-i OUR SAFETY ,

Thomas.AAcAuliHe.12. McAuliHe.LOB-.Detroit Davalillo.7. Cleveland SF-- Punt, Pass and Kick Clinic I EXPERTS CHECK IT DON'T HESITATE TO' ASK!

IP H R ER BBSO sponsored by Ford Motor Company -
Lollch .......... 61-3 6 1 1 0 5 I ,
Sherry .........1 1 0 0 1 0 will be held at the Boys' WE HAVE AN ATTENDANT ON DUTY 14 HOURS A DAY
Gladding .. 1 2.3 2 0 0 1 1Iparma. at 1 Grade
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U 123 I 1 0 1 2 TO ASSIST YOU !
Krallck .. .......7 A 1 1 0 5 school and junior high schoolboys
McMahon ..... 2 1 0 0/ 2 ,
Tlant. W. 3.1 .... 2 1 0 0 1 1 ages 8 through 13, as of I LET US SHOW YOU THE PROPER METHOD OF SELF-
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plete. I
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St. John The clinic is in preparation skilled mechanics will give you

for the local competition which I the best In brake service. Our Vacuum Service ((2)) Coin (Suds And Wash) !

Tops Bowlers will be held at the Boys' Club. experts and brand name parts

Oct. 10. In the clinic and the I;I combine to give you the finest
ROSEVILLE, Mich. (AP) local competition boys will be: broke job at a price that will Towel Dispenser! Clean Your Engine!

Jim St. John, scoring heavily in divided into age groups. !I surprise you.SAVE.

match victory play of the, picked 1961 Professional up his first In the local competition Oct.i Remove Salt Brine From Your Boat And Motor The Easy Way!

Bowlers Association tour Sun. 10 boys will be competing for'' HERE-

day in winning the $27,500 De- football warmup jackets, autograph

troit Open. football suits and all ex- on Rebuilt Generator, 5 MINUTE CYCLES OF HOT WATER OR SOAP FOR ONLY 25c

The San Jose, Calif., pro took pense-paid trips to professional I Starters Fuel Pumps

$3,0001n I first prize money by football games. I I' Water Pumps Clutch Discs; ,

edging veteran Dick Weber of Entrants will punt, pass and a.4 Pressure PlatesHULL'S
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DEAR ABBY: I have heard that when a person Is underan of parents who, have tried their best to raise their childrento s HOW KIM' p'SETSTItl, DCMT HEAR ??-SO AH'SHFFRD"AHWANA
anesthetic he talks very plainly and usually says thingshe be honest and decent, but something goes wrong in spiteof s MOQS1C? JEST IM ORE HAM FOR FOUR
would never say if he were conscious. Is this true? I their efforts. Thank you. HAIDDEAR.i HOURS STRAIGHT.!''
amscheduled for some surgery (not serious) soon and this HOUSTON PARENT AH WSXT WOULD I
is important to me. Is there other a person '
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DEAR PARENT: Yes, what you say is true. But I am reminded -
could be "put under" for an operation and be assured that "
he will not talk? I can't ask my doctor because he belongsto of an incident which occurred in your city not long 1 ? c'

our club and we know a lot of the same people and he ago. Judge L. J. King, of Criminal District Court No. 2 found qa

might wonder why I am asking. Please don't use my name. a young man in his court whom he had already placed on II 0 c0 -_

.. MRS. BLANKETY BLANK probation. He told the lad that now he would have to give tiat..e4

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ask jiitn. Don't worry. Whatever you say will probably be there than go home!". fJ'

disregarded. Only psychiatrists get paid for listening. i i t

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agers, but I think you should mention that there are plenty the last key in the bunch that opens the door. WHAT WE AINt 6OTY 7H DOOR'S WIDE OPEN! AN'I LEFT A MESS FEMALE

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Paradise clusion.O O Pete and Gladys O House Party -

'5:25 O Moments in Sports Andy Griffith 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When 3:00 Q Another World iq %\ .
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cias." Favor takes time' inexorable. Bob Hope, O As the World Turns ." George Montgomery, OF APPROVES ONE/ QUITE SUITS HER t
out from the drive to visit Dorothy Lamour, Lynne 1:55 B CD News Angela Stevens. o .t.
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;pleader of a plume-hunting futile effort to duplicate the suc- usually spicy. DAY In THIS SORT OF'
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Plummer, George 6:15 O ScopeD lies," the specialists who dreamup right in the 1964-65 season I "j > L Ua

Voskovec. Humanities C-52 formats for television series groove, has several distinctions.It OoIQ /
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WASHINGTON Nobodylikes son. Would you have a few spills wine on the hostess'snew him that his house has been selected -

to talk about it, but thereis minutes to talk to me?" tablecloth." for a neighborhood fund- E-c (

a great deal of stress duringa A Republican acquaintanceclaims He told us, "It's going to bea raising drive and he can expect 00I .\\ \, '
Presidential election on psy- he won many votes for very tough fight. We have a 50 Republican neighbors to show I
chological political warfare. Nixon in 1960 by scattering woman neighbor, a Goldwater up for a barbecue "weather per-

Both sides are great at Democratic campaign literature supporter, who calls up doctors mitting." BEETLE < rr SCAREG
spreading rumors about the ene- on his neighbors' lawns. He and dentists and asks them if As the campaign gets hotter, OFl-Oil! t TOLD yGtlT TO LOOK COM4

my and using any possible tactic hopes to do it again for Gold- they have any new informationof psychological political warfare %%GOIr4e BACK; NOT TO YES LOOKJNe, '"
to destroy the other. 1 water this year.A President Johnson's plan for will be used more and more to I DO!PI'WANT LOOK DCvW! UP! IOOK1M&
I attract the undecided vote. UP IS WHAT
socialized medicine. ( SNEAIG Nio ,
We have a friend, a staunch Democrat we know says his i } '
While most people abhor this 7C WN THIS SCARED
Democrat, who every Presidential -mother, who has never been ac One greeting card company is Orh Me/
type of campaigning, a specialist -
election year, claims he tive in politics before, is so now printing up a letter on Re- in psychological political I ; Y l?!
wins hundreds of votes for his'upset about Sen. Goldwater's publican stationery which 9ti
you planning told us, "Extremism in
aide by a simple :nomination that she is working aZ -
very maneu- F Z ,
can send to a friend, informing the pursuit of voters is no vice. r 133 i ;
and for his defeat
ver. "Everytime I take a taxiI day night
tip the driver five cents and "What does she do?" we ask- :5 i

say, 'Vote Republican!' : ed. 150 Africans Slain in Raid

Another Democratic friend "She walks around in old ten-

now spends his spare time driving nis shoes with a Goldwater but- LUSAKA, Northern Rhodesia army headquarters were set up ==
around Washington, cuttingoff ton on her chest, insulting all (AP-Warriors of the fanatic last week to deal with the sect.

people, honking his horn at the merchants in Georgetown. Lumpa sect massacred 150 Af- The onslaught today was

them, and stealing their park That's not bad. But what ricans today in a raid nearly thought to be a vengeance raid I i WILL.GARY.bur f rye A QUESTION TO A5K..ANP LIES..
ing places. He does this in a''have you been doing?" 200 miles from the scene of the for the killing of 75 sect mem-. PATTI HAP JUST LEFT HERE WHEN YOU ST KJ6HT HOE I WANT THE TRUTH; PIP YOU GO "
car that has "Goldwater forPresident" "No much so far," he admit- Lumpa rampage last week in bers who charged troops at the 3 PLEASE,CALL PATTI TO BE rXAIYE5- You NEED WAS IT SHE WHO LOST AT THE -=
stickers all over it. ted. "My only contribution is which at least 120 died.A sect's headquarters at Sione. i G/.3Y I KE6A1W5S CERTAIN SPIES ALL RJ >HTJ lM HCAL ATTENTION: 6AMBUN6 TABLES THERE' ,
"I don't know if I'm accom- that everytime I go to a party government spokesman saida The government of this Brit J M> CONSCIOUSNESS
plishing much now, he told us, I put on a Goldwater button mob of Prophetess Alice Len- ish African territory, soon to be- Q WaOdS66nN6'
"but I think Til pick up most and start making passes at all shina's followers attacked gov- come independent, has assigned I< HE TOOK Fill

of my votes in late October the independents' wives. i erment offices, killed an Afri- about 2,200 troops and police to P ISJO'STHU65 HIS FIRSTCDNCBW 8rb '
when I accidentally" stall on the "My brother, on the other' can policeman and five children crush a campaign of murder,'t .c a ri
14th Street bridge. hand, has been doing very well and stole 10 rifles. arson and looting by followers'rvi is MOUT
A Republican friend has a getting hostesses to vote for of the prophetess. I F M ol PAm LES>S.
Then the mob ,
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gimmick works "
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miracles. He picks people's African compound, murdering yar
"How does he do that? Quotable notables "Men I\W
names out of the phone book andcallithem "Everytime he goes to a din- pillaging and looting. not against you; they: are merely are

up at midnight and ner party he announces loudly Troops were being airlifted toe for themselves" Gene Fowler. -,- E
uy 1. !, "I'm a volunteer for John-I: that he's ,for Goldwater and -: area from Chinsali, where .

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I among the officeholdershere Johnson game because Goldwater the Johnson administration to bama's Governor George Wal- ,
TALLAHASSEE Some of have been squirming over didn't seem to have a chanceof go along on the cross-state lace in Wisconsin, Indiana. and t

the top Democratic leaders here their own future. getting the GOP nomination barge canal and other Florida Maryland.

think they have.figured an escape Among the Johnson delegatesare after,the assassination of Presi- projects, particularly waterway Some of the Democratic leaders -

gap out of the political cor- : dent Kennedy.This projects," he dourly explained. here think their' colleaguesare

ner Into which they believe they. Governor Farris Bryant, U. S. top Democrat pointedout "Actually there really didn't concerned unduly about the

painted themselves. Senators Spessard L. Holland that even many of the lead- seem to be a gamble in puttingour Johnson identification as con- s

That corner Is their full mem- and George A. Smathers, and ing GOPs lost hope then that names on the President's vention delegates.In .
bership as delegates on the I all the members of the Cabinet. Florida would go Republican fora ticket then because we figuredhe the first place, they reason,

Florida slate pledged to support One of the fidgety leaders was fourth straight Presidential would be more popular in there is little likelihood of any

the nomination asked what had happened since election. He evidenced this by Florida than anyone the Repub- voter resentment carrying over

of President that day last January when he their failure to field an across- licans could nominate with to 1966, the next time those of- -

Lyndon B. .Cracker joined the other elective offic- the-board slate of Republican Goldwater out of the way.", ficers face the electorate for tII

Johnson at theDemocratic als in signing up to support candidates for state office. The misgivings began to develop their present or other jobs. 114-

Polf cs President Johnson at the Atlantic Only the Democratic nom- in May when the voters And, secondly, they profess to _

convention.The City convention. inees for Governor and U. S. knocked all middlegroundersout believe that Goldwater well r

way out: "Barry Goldwater happened, Senator are opposed. All mem- of the Democratic primaryfor may have reached the peak of

Get on record that's what!" he exploded. "We bers of the Cabinet escaped op governor. his popularity in Florida. They

with a protest all figured it would be Nelson position. Thus, if they hadn't There are those politicoeshere I say there will be a tapering off,

vote against the convention'scivil Rockefeller or Governor Scran- signed up as Johnson delegates, .who believe Mayor Haydon perhaps not enough to cost him

rights plank. ton or someone else from that the Cabinet officers wouldn't be Burns of Jacksonville was the i the
state, from the period just
Ever since U. S. Senator Bar- wing of the Republican party." involved at all officially in the' beneficiary in the second gub- after the GOP convention when -- -- _t tT ____
ry Goldwater won the Republican He went on to confide that November campaign."We ernatorial primary of a white he alone Wy
I' occupied the political
nomination for President, a i many of the Floridians thought wanted to present a unit- backlash just as significant as stage. Something Old Something New?

After the campaign becomesa Another ancient landmark in down t own Gainesville began falling under

twosome following the Democratic the wreckers' hammers and crowbars last week. This old building at 524

MARKET convention, some of the West University Ave., believed to be about 60 years old, was last used as the

BUSINESS M [ \ / lost Johnson ground in Florida home of the Echols Bedding: Co., a mattress manufacturer, before the city

I REPORT .; may be recovered.All condemned it. The J. P. Thompson Wrecking. is doing the razing. (Sun

'' r.iJ the present public voicing Photo by Tommy Lewis).
E REVIEW YI =I =t: of official misgivings about
the success of President John- #t--

son in Florida this Novemberwell CHORDS

Late could play into the handsof .
t FLASHES Morning 43 Pass the state's new Democratic _

national committeeman General
N. Y. ListingAllis CPA Exams Elliott Roosevelt of Miami. I 'And Discords

YORK (AP) Some unchanged at 319.3 with indus- Should President Johnson be

strength in steels and aerospace trials off .4, rails up .3 and utilIties Chal 20U Int Pap 32 elected despite the loss of Flor-:

issues featured a.mixed stock unchanged.The Alcoa 67!'. Jones&L 82% Given Here ida and the lukewarm supportof I L BY VERE RICHARDS
market early this afternoon. Dow Jones industrial average Am Air 47 Kais Al 34% his friends here of last Jan- II .
.37 at the national By VERE RICHARDSThe of the ensemble directors a and vital tenor, "Be Thou Faith-
dull. at administration
Trading was noon was up Am Brk 59& Kan'cott 85 three candidates in- uary, -
Forty specialist in his instrument.The ful," from "St. Paul" "If
Steels were encouraged by 84147.: AmBdPar 41 Lig & My 79% just might channel its com- University of Florida De- with
from Gainesville "
cluding two conductors for the eve- all Hearts "
what Wall Street regarded as: Xerox, which has been skid- Am Can 43 Loch'd 35% munications with this state partment of Music presented you from "Elijah,
have Certified Public ning performance were Rich- and "Then Shall Rise "
warmer prospects for steel ding badly in recent sessions, Am Cyan 67 Lorillard 44 passed through Roosevelt and his self- Mozart's Opera Buffa, The from
ard W. Bowles Clinic Director "
price increases, but their gains I rebounded :3 points as the com- Am Mot 15 Mag'vox 30 Accountant! examinations, MarkW. proclaimed mentor, State Trea- Marriage of Figaro, to packed "Beyond Lies God, by Dan-
who conducted of his
one own burg. Miss
were moderate. I pany made known a schedule of 'AT&T 15 MM&M 60 Eastland Jr., chairman of surer J. Edwin Larson. houses in the P. K. Yonge auditorium marches "Heat Mitchell appeared
revised Am Tob 34 Mohasco 14% The fall campaigns for Pres- 24. The Sun Lightning", twice with Bach's Toccata in
prices. 23
issues were joggedinto the State Board of Accountancy July -
Aerospace full of dash, and another number -C Major first and
life by the exchange of I' U.S. Steel gained a full point Ampx Cp 16% Mons'to 79% announced here today. ident and for governor do not has already carried a very good and, later, Finale from number by Messiaen.later She, with a

shots between a U.s. destroyerand while Bethlehem and Jones & Anaconda 44% Mont Wd 39% by any means occupy the full !review of the event, but I am Symphony in E flat, by Saint- with skill and played -

North Vietnamese PT, Laughlin added fractions. Re- Armour 47% Nat Dair 83 i Among the 43 successful can attention of politicoes. They are adding certain items. Saens, all with that effortless,; variety of much fire and

boats, re-emphasizing the tense! public Steel eased after erasinga ACL 79% Nat Dist 28%:' didates were Gene L. Silver- intrigued by some of the cur- First, the unusual excellence control that leads any group to Dunnam has artistic rich expression.
I small early gain. Babcock 33 N.Am Av 48% rent moves of Governor Bryant. of the ensembles, both in singing a baritone,
situation in the Far East. I man and Terry E. Duis, both their top efforts. He also con- borad and full and uses it ef
Beth Stl 38% 57%
Leading auto stocks were offa IBM lost a couple of points Penney of Gainesville.In Some feel he may be testing the style, diction and behavior.The ducted the Gatorland finale. fectively. His numbers
shade on balance in view of and Control Data fell more thana Boeing 56% Pa RR 36 strength of Senator Smathers'political chorus numbered seven, fimmy Finn conducted with were
sure "Draw Near, from "
the resumption of auto industry point. Union Carbide (ex di- Brunswk 9 PepCol 60% addition to the 43, East- roots. Others believe and took part in several of the force, Ballet duPlaisir and El- "Great Peace Have They"Elijah" and,
Cater Tr 34% Phil Mor 73%
labor talks. vidend) was up more than a land announced that 54 other the; Governor may be thinkingof numbers and were unusually Torero Thomas Stidham
Celanese 72% Phill Pet 55% ; con- "God So Loved the World."
Rails ana oils nudged aheadon point. Phelps Dodge was a 1- 53 % candidates of the 360 who sat trying in 1966 to become fine, but there were many ensembles ducted Rhythm of the Winds, Laite and Dunnam with
balance. Tobaccos, drugs,I point loser. CocaCol Chrysler 136% RCA Rep Stl 44% for the May exams have pass- Florida's first governor in this formed by the princi.pals .* wiCi skill and urgent drive; and fine blend, "The Lord sang is My
Standard slid nearly a ed two or more of the to serve two regular and deserve special credit.
mail orders and electronicswere Jersey Com Ed 53% Revlon 34% parts ,century Reid Poole conducted with excellent -!Shepherd," and "Crucifix." A
while a number of other examination and are eligible for terms. Every one of them sang with a
off slightly. I Con Edis 92V4 Rey Tob 42% dynamics, Wi 1 Ison's'Here's final number from Debussy's
leading oils registered fractional extended examinations. verve and a feeling for theater
nonferrous metals, building ma- Love".
Cont Can 51% StReg P 31 I"Prodigal was sung with

terials and utilities were irreg gains. Dow Che 71% Seaboard 54V4 Florida uses tht Uniform Cer- Collins Now that was most Several gratifying of the to stars see Sunday evening, July 26, a ,artistry by Helen Jones, soprano -
and hear.
ular. Prices were generally higherin DuPont 264 Sears 116%I tified Public Accountant Exam- and Vesper Service under the di-I Laite, and Dunnam, Mrs.
The Associated Press average moderate trading on the EAL 31% Sinclair 45% ination were stiffish both in action rection of Helen Jones, Choir Kirby accompanirg. Mrs. Jones
the American
prepared by
In Favor Of voice at the start. This wore off I
of 60 stocks at noon was American Stock Exchange. E.Kodak 130V4 Socony 83 Institute of Certified Pub- but Director and Organist, was given -accompanied for the other sing-
the progressed
as play at the First Methodist
Firestone 40% SouthnC 64%
Fla P&L 81 SperryR 14% lic Accountants and November and given in IntegrationWASHINGTON everybody was delightfully at Church, featuring as soloists, ers.The Department of Music's
Nimbus New May of each
: Type I Ford 51% StBrand 78V4 ease in the ensembles. The con- Melville Laite, tenor Gene University Symphony Orchestragave
the dates
year on same all over Turner
I Frept Sul 37% StO NJ 87% the Uated States and Puerto (AP) For- ductor, Sarah de- Dunnam, baritone, and Patricia a fine performance July

Frueh Tr 33% Studebak W Rico. mer Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins who coached the singing, Mitchell, organist. It was a delightful -28, with Edward Troupin con-

Weather Satellite Gen Dyn 31% Swift 51% says he favored segregation, but serves much praise for this. program of artists. Mrs. ducting, and also violin soloist

Gen El 83% Texaco 82% The examination Is based on since has "come to see and un- The other outstanding de- Jones also sang in the last :with Willard Brask, piano and

Gen Fds 90% Thiokol 13% auditing, commercial law, the- derstand" discrimination is not velopment was the movements group.; Her voice is one of the Marie Henderson, cello, in

I By VERN HAUGLAND schedule. Estimates of the cost Gen Mills 42% U Carb 124V4 ory and accounting practice.The in the nation's best interests. made by the performers, re- loveliest mezzo sopranos in Beethoven's Triple Concerto, C

AP Aviation Writer of the program run up to $140 Gen Mtrs 94V4 Unit Airc 47% next examination will be "There has been a great sembling the graceful actions town. Laite sang with a pure 'major, all well done.
million. Goodrich 56/4 Un FPuit 22% seen in the old time Minuette .It ---
held simultaneously hi Jacksonville
WASHINGTON (AP) Rid change in conditions in this

ing the crest of the smashingU.S. The Weather proposals Bureau that has it use rejected Goodyr Greyhnd 43 25%% US Univ Steel Mat 59 13% and Miami, Tallahassee in November., Tampa country in in the law of the land of, and was made a well a-beautiful worked out setting system for Country Singer Reeves,

moon picture taking suc- Nimbus partly, because of the Gulf Oil 59% WestgEl 35 my own the stage. As far as I know it I

cess, the National Aeronauticsand delays and cost, and chose instead Hon'well 12% Winn Dix 35% Members of the board include moral this responsibility matter he said.in respectto has not been done in grand opera Manager Die in Crash

Administration is to develop a modified Int Harv 80% Woolwth 29% Eastland; Charles W. before. It did away with
kind of wheel version of Tiros called Int Nick 77% Johnson Jr., Jacksonville; Ar- Collins, director of the Com- stiffness of the actors while NASHVILLE Tenn. AP Hawkshaw
ready to whirl the same munity Relations Service estab- ( ) Hawkins and Mi sCline's
thur I. others performing, for the
Hemmings, Miami; and were
cameras around the earth to "Toss. lished under the new Civil took The bodies of country singer agent and pilot Randy
of I But, Schneebaum said he is James D. A. Holly, Tallahassee. non performers new position
Hughes died when their
take close-up photographs light
According to scientists in an Rights Law, made the comment on each new music Jim Reeves and his pianist-road
clouds. I confident Nimbus will prove so the NBC radio-tele- plane crashed near Camden,
superior to Tiros that the atomic laboratory, the period at Sunday on phrase. Many present on Thursday manager Dean Manuel were Tenn. in March 1963.
The object of the launch, Clifford Beasley of Gaines- vision interview program "Mee night said it was very at- found near here Sunday in the
Weather Bureau would take an- the end of this sentence weighs Accidental deaths of several
which may be conducted next I ville Is executive secretary to the Press. tractive. The whole performance -: wreckage of the light plane
other look at it.WASHINGTON. other
,,week is to better understandthe .000000035 ounce. the board.AntiPoverty James L. Kilpatrick. editorial was excellent, for the first I Reeves was flying home Friday country music entertainers -

weather. And the new satellite page editor of the RichmondVa. effort of its kind. Ron Jerit was night from a business trip to followed in quick succession.

Nimbus A, is designed to ([ .) Times-Leader, one of the skillful stage director. I Batesville, Ark. Police said the plane, a single

provide better than ever pictures Foreign Aid panel, questioned Collins about The "Gala Concert by the fifth The plane fell into trees which engine four seater rented by
Reeves, apparently hit the treesat
of the cloud patterns an apparent change of views Gatorland Clinic Band" was the hid the wreckage for almost 48
a steep angle. There was no
which determine the weather. from segregationist to Integra- best> yet, in spite of being forc- hours. The crash site was in the
indication what caused the
tionist."I ed by rain to give the performance fashionable suburban Brent-
Nimbus Bills
Moe I. Schneebaum, Weekbillion. crash. A radioed that
NASA's God-! Top Congress' do not have any apologies in the Band room of the wood area, less than one mile message
mission officer at he was running into heavy rain
whatsoever, sir, for taking the Music Building. Not many have from the home of grand ole
dard Space Flight Center, was the last word from Reeves.SJJJ5U8BI& .
stand that I once took and the heard a band of 95 or so, in a singer Marty Robbins who
AP opry
Greenbelt, Md., says the satel- ( ) A Act, and Republicans are equally .
since that
stand that I've taken closed small auditorium. The figured in the search. I
lite will carry advanced television Congress racing to adjourn in determined to defeat it.
Morse has a block of amend- time. effect at first was tremendous, Another opry singer, Eddy I
cameras identical to which those' about three weeks faces two big In hopes of speeding action ments and if he fights all the "I was raised in an environ- but we grew used to the huge Arnold, a Brentwood resident,'

carried aboard Ranger 7 of the. hurdles this week, a controversial House leaders plan to shape the.' way on each one there is no tell- ment that recognized a segre- volume and thrilled to it. There identified the body. II DfttVC..i- JN.fH'EJtffcE'l:0"'"00"riv
took historic pictures House bill as close as possible to when gated society. I am proud of my 12 trombones '
antipoverty measure and ing a final vote may were 14 trumpets, The tragedy plunged the country -
moon last week. These cameras -. one passed earlier by the Sen- Southern background and always : SHOWTIME 7:30ffi1b
the foreign aid authorizationbill. I come. il french horns, 13 clarinets, 11 music world into mourning
he said, will provide about; ate-thus avoiding the necessityof will be proud of my South- flutes, and many in each of the for the second time in a little
five times as much resolution or The House has already passedan "
having a joint conference to background. I
I I ern other parts. more than a year. Opry singers
I detail as the cameras on the The House has set aside three agree on a bill and then another authorization bill and it will The Tallahassee native said I In addition to the excellent Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas and
I [ [ rnWy
earlier Tiros weather satellites.The have to be reconciled with theSenate's.
days to work I
on a $962-million I round of voting. "the South has an enormous evening performance, there was
also will aimed at I Ipoverty" Then comes the actual .to become a
Nimbus craft program breaking the Majority Leader Carl Albertof challenge. partof an ensemble recital in which An all
provide for the first time: cycle for millions of Oklahoma told the House the appropriation of the money in a the mainstream of American I each player played after being Tes ( tmux = hlalnoe

1. Specially developed high Americans, and the Senate may bill would be taken Wednes- separate bill. The house has life." And segregationists, he coached in his solo part by one new heightin
resolution infra red radiometers: take all week on foreign aid. up passed one for $3.2 billion, and said "are not in the main cur- !
night time I day and a final vote would probablY this, too, will have to be workedout rent." R. C. SHOW fright
to take experimental y
Both houses will find time to
I come on Friday. The lead- with whatever the Senate .
takes finally Thurs. 10 AM
of clouds. Tiros
pictures act on other bills, too, includingpay ership is looking for a close vic- and !
passes. I might
pictures only in daylight. I raise legislation for federal tory. "QUICK DRAW
r 4
Other stumbling blocks to ad- CONTEST"GET
2. Cameras pointing earthward workers and the armed 1
Senate Republican Leader journment lie ahead too. If the . .
at all times. Cameras on, ices, and a bill aimed at pro- pI/YI4H TMUTRI REREnIIS"HAUR1EO
I Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois Senate adds a health care YOUR
Tiros are trained on the earth tecting investors against stock 2/00 MwNwss And'I1.20 fR 43011 BEATLE TICKETS
predicted "spirited tussling" in amendment to the xial Security -
of each orbit. frauds. NOW
only part the Senate over the foreign aid measure passed last week by HELD OVER! 2 TOP HITS world

3. A near-polar orbit, 80 degrees Congressional leaders hope to bill. He said he expects mary the House, there will be trouble OPEN 7:10 SEE BOTH
to the equator to provide be able to close up shop before additional amendments to be of- getting the bill to conferencewith SHOW 7:50 : i
virtually complete global photographic the Democratic National Con- fered beyond those already on the House. news

coverage every day. vention opens Aug. 24 in Atlan- Then there is the always con- Marion *- David II 1:O'1:5S II WORLD

Tiros satellites in near equatorial tic City N.J., aid nvch de- file.The Senate's progress on the troversial sugar bill, which Rep.I BrandcV''Niven ':35 9:15 In

orbits provide only partial pends on how things this Haneld
go foreign aid bill depends largelyon D. Cooley, D-N.C., chair- Shirley Jones **
earth coverage. week. of the House ..
man Agriculture 2nd FEATURE
Sen. Wayne Morse, D.-Ore., I
Nimbus A has been assembledby President Johnson is banking who has vowed an all-out fightto Committee, invariably saves for 1 Bedtime Story' f@cus

the General Electric Missile heavily on passage of the an- trim $500 million from the late in the session. He has just! H"IT.t. -:
and begun action to bring a bill to 24 B-IG AT 9:45
Space Department Valley tipoverty bill, officially known Senate Foreign Relations Committee -

Forge, Pa. Launching from as the Economic Opportunity I I s authorization of $3.5, the floor. j, 5 5 GREGORY/ TONYif :::; I --es--- ----

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Military I"w RATES '1 FUrEB


by : : I Pay Raise i PH. 372-8441 I ACROSS_ _ lID U rFi 1.

lorClassified = Crafts 28.Musical en
e si : 5.Turf tertainment8.Plantlot I i i I
Due I IT
the SUNPOLICE I 11.Roman
WASHINGTON (AP) A bill I I tyrant 31. Be off

which would speed pay raises to "I 12.Native .33.Yale -
thru Frl. papers-S p.m. Day before publicationFor metal
every member of the armed ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. 34.Cubcroot

FIRE REPORTS open a nearby tool shed owned $25 Ronald E. Morris. 3205 NW 11th St.. services except draftees and I For ads to C11'I Men. palfr-1 p.m. Sa*. Medieval of one OCAUROPITOR
speeding $15.M.ry .
Accident Roundup by the Triest Construction Co. i K. W. Milam 2240 NW 7th Lane lowest-ranking enlisted men is (Minimum ad 4 lines) gI 14.money Parry 35.' Color S A U j-

These accidents have been Mrs. LoUie O'Berry reportedat I careless, Jacksonville driving 25.drunk Lawrence$25. Louise C. Marvin N. expected to win final congres- FAMILY RATES I 16.CarloadIOt37psca qualities I

the Gainesville 3:30 Saturday that a McDavid Newberry following too close. 18.Forsake
reported by p.m. $25. Margaret A. McClelland 1416 NW sional approval today. 5! 1 Insertion ............................................... 14c tine s 39.Dodged
Police Department and Alachua -pump house behind the Mican- 10th Ave.. ran stop sign $10. Little debate is Ii 3 Insertions .............................................. Me lint 20. Din 41.Hit (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle)
fire Robert Gerom. Jackson. 1322 SE Jackson expected as =0 Insertions .............................................. I7c line 21. Fodder
County Sheriff's office in opy tower attendant's resi- speeding, $10. Barney B. Hunt. the House takes up the bill. 12 Insertions ....... ..................... .................. ne line = 42.TwiHerlcloth 48.AD 6.Grampus
the 48 hours. dence was broken into. Ten Alachua, ran red light $10 Clarence R. House Total charge computed by mutfJp'ylng! total lines x rat *ami plant 7. College
Hoxie 734 E. Univ. Ave., ran red light passage would complete E i ed x number of .Insertions. I 22. Palm Persian
Edward Thomas Shi vers quarts of frozen peas were tak $10. Billy Gene Henderson 440 SW 44th congressional action on the I; cockatoo 43.Tennis DOWN offidal
en. St.. speeding $10. John R. Harrell, RI. 2, < Five letter words per tine I stroke 8.Meteor
Ocala, and a hit-and-run vehicle ran red light $10. measure and whisk it to the 24.Fruit drinks 1.Garland
Thomas P. Brownjng '14 SW 7th Ave., 25.Myself 45.Arab dry 2.Honor Jagged
at 6:45: p.m. yesterday in a ALACHUA GENERAL disorderly conduct. $25. Norris Epps Ml White House. Same as I lines
parking lot at 1300 NW 23rd July 29 1964 NE Wh Ter.. faulty muffler $10. Martha President Johnson is preparedto 8 Pt. ordinary type I 26.Daxkcol46.. Compass 3. Curl 10.Appoint
M. Ford, 211 NW 55th Sf. disorder. ored igneous point 4.Painful sp.t ments
Blvd. BIRTHS: ly conduct. $25. Gayle E. Wilkinson/ 115 sign it quickly so the $207- 1 12 Pr.Same as 3 line xock 47.Retainer 5. Therefore 15. Drill
SE 14th St. disorderly conduct, $25. ordinary type
Phillip E. Holland, 206U Fla- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown, Connie Mae Ptacek, Ocala, disorderly' million pay raise can begin 17. Cook in an

vet 3 and Alice Catherine Jant- conduct J25. Betty Jean Morris, Rt. 2, Sept. 1. 1 18 Pt Same as 4 lines I rrrrrrrrrir oral
1501 SE Waldo Rd., a girl; disorderly conduct. $25. Mary Louise Kup- ordinary type :
2nd ten Ocala disorderly conduct $25. Aubrey For most servicemen and // estlgefl
zen, 2711 NW Ave., at 10:25: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howell ser- - -
Rogers 21* SE 48th St.. failure to 'l ir- 13 23. Poplar tree
a.m. yesterday at W. University -Newberry a girl Mr. and yield right of way. $25. vicewomen, the pay raise wouldbe :
; i Same .s 5 line 26. 'asova-
I. Goldstein 1902 SW .
14th Ter. -4
Ave. and 17th St. Mrs. J. Hugh Long Worthington -parking In truck loading zone, $5. Doris the second in a year. Con- ordinary I If t IS ir 17 fond

Broward B. Williams Bryan 115 SE 14th St. disorderly gress enacted a $1.2-billion raise i' 27.Outer seed
1019 a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Noe- conduct. $25. Wilbur Ernest Thomas 'YO'I i- if -

NW 6th Ave., minor accident: gel, 4611 NW 6th St., a girl; : Tampa, parking in truck loading zone last year, putting it into effect I m- covers

with a building of the Tom Dob- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Primo, 15.H.. Francis Harris 1116 NW 40th Ter.. Oct. 1. I 3c Pt.t Same as 7 lines IiI 22 IS Hfl 28.Aperitif'ZI

son Agency 315 NE 8th Ave. : 1106 NW 21st Ave. a girl Improper change of lane $25. James All controversy on the bill ordinary type : 29. One
I Carter Jr.. Tracy City. Tenn., failure I ITho 30. Calm
at 2:19: a.m. yesterday. Williams ADMITTED I to yield right of way $50. Willie H. Jacksen evaporated when Rep. Carl Vin- lS V/j l6 ll. II'//r"/, 31. Cubic meter

cited for careless driv .$25.734 SW 2nd St. drunk and disorderly son, D-Ga., chairman of the Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than oneincorrect '/ '" 32. Sheltered
John Crumpton, Kelly Over- I insertion nor will It be liable for any error In adveri I Zd Zf 30
cash Jack Austin Hut. Catherine Manning Hawthorne, petit House Armed Services Committee i tisement to a greater extent than the cost .f the space eccui inlets
Sally larceny $100. Barney E. Morgan 111 SE i the I Item hi the -
ing.Mrs. II pled by advertisement. Na adlustment will
R. G. Zeigler, 1526 NW cherson, Ann Cowles, Lorene' 4tn Otis Ave Cecil one Herring way street 905 SW violation OtIs Ave$10., decided to call it up under a i i the be made advertisement.on errors that da not materially effect the value of I 31yt 'l'h 33 'l""h/ 34 = : 34.compound Binary of

7th Ave., and Mrs. Joe Carr, Noegel, Harry Vreeland, Ed- drunk. $25. John J. Dougherty. 504 SE special procedure known as sus- i EIe G ff,6 J7"$

407 NE 9th Ave., 4:15: p.m. ward Shanley, Elizabeth Good- 18th Jesse St..Lee drunk Mitchell 40. 416 NE 2nd A..e. pension of the rules, which requires j i The ladIng Gainesville any advertisement Sun reserves which the It privilege? of revising or raH oxygen
deems objections and to - - 3&Person
Saturday in the Shopping Cen- wynn, Patricia Hump h r i e s, 9th drunk.St..$25.drunk.George$40.W.Ethel Smith Lee 114 Taylor NE a two-thirds vote for pas- i dered change t'\the conform classification to the policy of any of advertisement the from that orii!ll j. 44 f'// 41 38.Mohammedan

ter parking lot. Richard Schiffli, Stanley Carr, Waldo Rd.. faulty brakes $10; ran red sage. paper. .j
light. $10. Corrie I. Davis 1116 NE 12th soWifl13WWIMflfflZflWiJWU I 4 ;.. 4J 44 '/ / 45 priest
Under this the bill .
James McKnight, 907 NE 24th Barbara Shaw, Kristi Pettit, Ave., petit larceny $100. Dale J. Sum- procedure, --------_."--- / 'I ;. 40. Female

Thomas Price all of Gaines- mars 3434 NW 17th St drunk. S25. may not be amended. By bring 11 FEMALE 4' 147 / rabbit
St., riding a scooter, and Max- John C. Bridges. Dover parked In HELP WANTED ;/... 'I 43
ie Smith 416 SE 10th Ave. ville; Marilyn Long Worth- truck loading zone. $5. Zack S. Norris, ing it up this way, Vinson assured WANTED 44. Exist
Manor saleslady' must | _
Motel drunk. $25. Inn Campbell hafl 1.
7:36 p.m. Saturday at NE 16th ington; Myrtle Keeling, Cross 601 NE 17th St.. petit larceny. $100. Her. that the bin", which is .Iry store experience & referen For time 25 mln.AI' /eot.f.* a-3
bert S. Wolfe, 2115 NW 7th Lane ran ces. Steady position, good salary.
City Mary Hamm High identical to the one passed by Inquire Lewis
t. St. and 3rd Ave. McKnight is- step sign, $10. Huo-Ping Pan 2022 NW Jewelry Co.

sued a juvenile ticket. Springs; Winnie Harper, Chief- 7th Lane. ran stop sign $10. Mike D.Knadle the Senate, can go directly to UNUSUAL opportunity. Good
103 NW 32nd Ave.. blocking driveway salesperson with some office work.
Ella J. Epps, 1624 NE 13th land; Joseph Watson, Trenton; $7.50. Elmer J. Johnson Jr.. careless the White House without entan- Salary plus commission. Between 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Male Help Wanted

Beatrice Rain Williston; Al- driving $25 gling it in a compromise conference __30_& 45. 372-5285, 8 a.m. 7 p.m.
PI., and Margaret C. Knight, William H. Naylor. 1216 NW 23rd Blvd.. Waitress 10 work night shift 4 daysa SALESMAN. Great opportunity for
bert Long, Ocala; Carolyn Tis- ran red light. $10. Kenneth 0. Parry 2026 between the two bodies. week. Good salary. Apply Sandwich personable ambitious go getter
1601 SE 14th Ave., 3:06: p. m. W. Univ. Ave. ran stop sign $10. FredH. Inn. 110 N.E. 16th Ave. with prestige firm.
Saturday at 700 NE 16th Terr. on, Melrose; Joy Annis, Archer. Paull. 914 SW 7th Ave* ran red I. During Armed Service Committee Secretary Phone FR 4-0924. potential. Extra ben fits.earning Send

light. $10. deliberations Rep. Rich- resume to Box 488 A Gainesville
DWI Levi A. Powell Jr.. 1117 NW 3rd Ave. WANTED experienced Legal I Secretary Sun.
DISCHARGEDIrene ran red light. $10 Weldon G. Starry Jr., ard S. Schweiker, R-Pa., tried ABLE to begin work by August 21,
Nathaniel White, 804 NE 24th 911 NE 3rd Ave. parking In truck loadIng to meet public neat ap or earlier. Salary commensuratewith EXPERIENCED man to heljTmaiv,
with while Hall, Elizabeth Wheeler zone $5. Ronald L. Wisener, 3530 without success to amend the pearance skilled in shorthand and experience: and ability. age grocery store. Must be bondable -
St charged driving typing .
excellent ,
fringe capable of
SW 24th Ave.. ran red light $10. MaryB. benefits Including Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and ordering stocking
Intoxicated causing an acci- Thelma Neal, Paul T e w, Arlme. 415 SE 6th Ter. passing on bill so it included pay increases ii,. week. 8 paid hour vacation, S day work Blue Shield. For Interview contact and helping In store Hub-
day. Salary' com E. A. Clayton or James E. bards Circle Grocery. Corner ef
dent, after a collision with a Agnes Broom, Mrs. Glenda right John$10.A. Balickt 4 NW 7th Ave. ran for the draftees and lowest- .fl t mensurate with ability. Apply In Clayton. Phone 3729591. _N. W. 16th Ave. i AiMhopper/ Rd.

parked car owned by Leon Alexander Copeland and son, Mrs. Marilyn red light $10. Arch M. Campbell Gainesville I ranking enlisted men as well as wet'etead.: #, S. pJ person ERS. 1201 ROYAL E. CROWN University BOTTL.Ave. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn WANTED TTS- OperatorTgood-work

Rt. 4, Box 64, at 10:12p. Bolourtchi and daughter, Cleveland., Improper 414 NE backing 2nd St$25., speeding Monte, $20.E. I the others. This was defeated bya Phene 3724751. up to famous S5 per Studio hour demonstrating Girl ing conditions Stafford Caldwell good pay.Gainesville Contact

Saturday at NW 7th Ave. Martha Morgan, Mrs. Jerry Edward O. Cook. Newberry, ran red 21-9 vote. SECRETARIESELECTRO.TEC Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Sun.
light, $10. Sandra L. Frisbee, 4102 NW I a CORP. Phone
and 2nd St.Andrew Lynn Cogdill and son, Sharon 21st Drive ran red light, $10. Claude R. The bill would provide these (DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA) 374-4334 after 6. GRILL MAN. top sal.ri-musf bitflllfrl.nced.
CURB WAITRESSES Apply Wonderhous
day and
Gibbs 1427 SE 2nd Ave. violating drive
J. Voytko, Sebring, Davis, Mrs. Ada Fox and son, er's license restrictions $20. Leroy Peterson increases: night shift top wages. Apply: Restaurant 14 S.W. 1st St. behind

charged with driving while in- Erick Turner, William Ben- Mfcanopy faulty brakes $25. Wil- 1. A 2.5 per cent Increase for 0 "7"L : SECRETARYTO 20 In person S. W. 13th Jerry's St. Restaurant Sears.
liam J. Pattern Rt. 2, U-Turn $10. Clar.ence ( CONTROLLER) ROUTE SALESMAN for soft drink
toxicated and improper drive der, Melvin Cooper, George T. Newberry Jr.. 4014 NW 14th St. all officers and enlisted men Executive secretarial experience re- company. salary plus commission,
ran red light $10 quired in 12 MoU Help Wonted ape 75-40. Must be bondable Ph.
ers license after hitting the Sparkman, Helen Wallace, Rubin L. Love, 404 NW 8th St. careless i with more than two years of Compose letters manufacturing, take industry.dictation FR 78511 Nine to 3 weekdays.

rear of a car driven by Meroe James Hurst, Helen Moody, driving $25. James R. Fort 4005 service. coordinate supervisors schedules. INSURANCE Salesman I wanted.
NW 21st Ter. speeding $10. John C. Familiarity with financial Heavy Equipment
accounting Excellent for
Moies Crawford, P. O. Box Russell Jones, Gregory Williams -Cobb. ran red light $10. Andrew Brown. 2. An 8.5 per cent increase for contractural terminology man. Established debit. Salary right'
1222 NW 7th St. ran red light $10. prefd. MechanicMust .
and commission. Excellent
25, Waldo. The accident occur- Francis Walker. Joseph A. Bergman 444 NE 9th Ave. all officers with less than two for advancement. oppo'tunity C a I

red at 7 Saturday on State no tail light $10. Mary L. Beach Cler. of service.TIleft SECRETARYTO be qualified and have own 377-S173 or write P. O. Box 121,
p.m. mont, failure/ to yield right of way, $25; years tools. Phone FR 6-6219. Gainesville.
Road 200 five miles north of July 30, 1961BIRTHS expired driver's license $20 Mihran J. ( CHIEF ENGINEER) MARRIED man age 25.50 for Industrial Tfo :
Chanlan 2121 NE 12th Ter. ran stop Requires experience as secretary t, Insurance debit. WANTED 4 m* sell highly desIred -
Hawthorne. sign. $10. George M. Cooper 3011 SE administrative assistant to a ma- guaranteed electrical appliances. Write
Breaking and Entering Mr. and Mrs. Russel Cowles, 19th Ave. ran stop sign $10. Dens' CaseRepoi'ted ion Engineering Manager. Familiarity starting for right salary good Call eppor.tunlty 372- giving experience *9.. .td general
G. Roberts 1231 SW 2nd Ave. ran red with mechanical engineering \. man. background to Box 47)A,
These successful or attempted 1615 NW 31st Terr., a girl; Mr. light. $10.Charles. terminology preferred. 7147 for Interview. c 0 Gainesville Sun.
Kivett 824 SW G. Hans, Rt. 4, ran red light WANTED: 1 point foremen
and Mrs. G. J. brrTerate
break-ins were reported by $10. Benjamin N. Darlington Jr.. 434 CLERK TYPISTS ond ESTABLISHED Florida stock .
helpers. 376- firm is In
the Gainesville Police Depart- 9th St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. East Hall ran red light. $10. Marva Jo retail sales.process Interested of epandlng In
Koger Rt 3, U-Turn, $10. Ethel Lee & TWX OPERS. 5402.
ment and Alachua County Carlton Annis, Archer, a girl; Taylor, Waldo Rd. violation of driver's I A Gainesville man, Larry Die- Excellent typing speed and accuracy WANTED first class carpenters, licensed desire registered opportunity representativewho In a growing

Sheriff's office during the past I Mr. and Mrs. Pramod Chem- ens license Jr..restriction 2224 NE 9th$20.Ter George, careless W. driving Ahr-- ken, 526 NE 6th St., told Gainesville 6r r t&WbCh ing and required. Miscellaneous typo also carpenter's helper., Call 374- area. Write qualifications and
preparation of forms. requirements P.
5402. to PWM. O. Box
48 hours. burkar, 254V Flavet 3, a boy; $25.Gene police yesterday that $180 Excellent Wages 6. Fringe Benefits. jGainesvIlle.' Fla.
Paul Tedder, 1706 SW 35th PI.,
WANTED FOUR roofers at .
Mrs. Bob Cook, 214 NE 5th Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zarycki, careless driving $25. Lloyd Box. 2404 NE was stolen from him while he REPLY TO: 3 sheet metal men. Call 372-

at 4 Satur- 285S Corry Vill., a girl; Mr. 4th Ave. violating lane signals $10. Nir. was a patient at the J. Hillis Get ready for Fall holiday en- Director of Industrial Relations 1311 or 374-5548 FREE ESTIMATES on
Ave., reported p.m. ma A. Perricone. 3009 SE Hawthorne tertaining. You can crochet this elegant \ ELECTRO-TEC CORP. FURNACES end Quality
had broken and Mrs. Jack Williams, Wil- Rd., speeding $10. Harvey E. Baxter. Miller Health Center at the trio swiftly. SALESMAN. To tram for managers
day someone PO Box 667 Ormond
1917 NW 12th Rd. speeding $10. Pineapple trio see how dramatically Beach Fla. position. Company benefits including Central AirConditioners
into her home through a rear liston, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Clark C Stanley. 314 NW 13. 14th St. University of Florida. design stands out against (An equal opportunity employer) retirement plan. Transportation

bathroom window Friday or Peter Pierce, 238V Flavet 3, ran 1902 red NE light.16th Ter$50.. Craig ran red J. light Summers$10. Dicken said the money was oval light,V4 dark x l woods.+in., round Pattern 9, square 49?; Singer furnished.Co. 216 W.Apply Univ.Manager.Ave.

Saturday. Nothing was known a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cunningham Charles F. Swanson, Dunnellon nodriver's taken from his wallet Friday Thirty-five in No. 50.cents In coins for this ATTENTION

missing. 2204 NW 5th Dr., a Bion E.license Bradbury$20. Pompano Beach, while he was a patient. pattern add 15 cents for each HOUSEWIVES! FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
by "JSanjL
the Mr. and Mrs. James failure to yield right of way, $50. Jim- Other larcenies reported to pattern for Ist-class mailing and
of boy -
Nathan Pozin, manager ; my B. Kittrell Jacksonville no valid police special handling. Send to Laura INCREASED Fall business necessitates

University Inn, reported at 1:10 Shaw, 721 NW 34th St., a boy; state driver's license $20. Gordon E. and the Alachua County Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft placing J wtmtn im For top quality workmanship Best In equipment using In.lernally
Dept., P. 0 Box 161. OldCh.l Insulated ducts designed -
Beck, ,
NE 21st
1043 Ave. stop sign
a.m. Sunday four men broke a Mr. and Mrs- Bruce Payne, $10. ran Sheriff's office during the past tI Station New York, 11, N.Y. mediately. Real opportunity for call engineered and Installed
sentences, Mildred Lee Hutchlnsora, Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, those who qualify for territories.We 372.6142
window in a room, entered and High Springs, a girl; Mr. and : 48 hours include: NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. byALL
1505 NE 7th St.. driving while intoxicated train you to show Avon GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
took a $25 fire extinguisher.Mrs. Mrs. Glen McClure, Hawthorne, $150 or 60 days ($75 or 30 days suspended Mrs Nancy Ferrazzi, 727 E. more NEW fashions FOR 19651 to knit? 200 crochet designs than- Cosmetics. For Interview write UPHOLSTERY 8. AIR CONDITIONING CO.

Addies L. Carter, 4618 a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Richard 90 days). driver's Thomas license A. Gentzel suspended 213 for T. University Ave., reported her ever! Plus 3 FREE' patterns embroidery Avon p. o. lox 448 Gainesville, 1508 N.W. 11th Sf. PH. 376-8258
doll clothes. Send 25 Free Estimates-Pick and
NW 13th St., reported at 6:15 Garrett, 933 NW 36th Dr., a or Fla.60 III.days driving driver's while license intoxicated suspendedsix $150 purse with $25, papers and credit cents for new Nredlecraft Catalog. Fla., or cm FR 2-0421. delivery. VP 1930 24 NE Hour 13rd Service Blvd.

Saturday that someone broke boy. months. cards was tuken from her car VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT
PATTERNS In deluxe Quilt
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the glass over the door lock to ADMITTED Intoxicated Jerry M. Sherouse$150 or 60 Rt.days 2. driving driver's while license in front of her home yesterday.H. Book. For beginners, experts. Send
50 cents !
an apartment and entered. The John Hetherington, Mrs. Ruth suspended three months. Willis F. Dozier Dowling, operatorof now
Woody. 520 NW 4th Place no valid drlv.
apartment was vacant. Noth- Wallbrunn, Ellen Osterb i n d, ers' license, $25 or 10 days. David C. a Shell Service Station at 6 SPECIAL NOTICES

ing was found missing. !I Ray French, Annie Hall, Gla- Koger Pete Hodge Rt. 3,,ran Brooker red light Improper$5 or 2 days.start 1521 NW 13th St., reported Sat- J. CHRISTIANSEN RE .JS.iI

V. I. F. Waglow, 4 SW 23rd St., dys Garrett, Inez Bennett, $15 MW or 18th five St.day. careless Rive driving M. Goldberg$10 or 402 3 urday that someone opened a CORPORATIONST. JH

reported at 2:04: Sunday that' Sandra Townsend, Marion I days. Joseph E Bernice, P. 0. Box soft drink machine and took

someone had tried to enter the Pierce, Helen Kivett, Mary 8145 Ernest$750 CaldwelU or 3 days.817 NE 25th St.. no about $7. Entry was not forc AUGUSTINE

house by cutting a screen dooron I' Parrish, Nancy Zarycki, Deb- state Ro for driver's F. Fernandez.license 1428$25 NW or 3rd 10 Place days. ed.Tom FLORIDA

the north side Friday night. orah Wooley, Janice Hayes, careless driving. $10 or 3 days. WayneA. Warren, Rt. 1 Box 200, VALLEY 95415Five D HAVE
Martin SOI NW 30th Aye. $5 or one
or Saturday.An Carol Kornhaber, Sylvia Cunningham reported last night that $88 was residential/ custom contracts

attempt was made to Mrunal Chemburkar, day.Mary R. Sanchez 1214 SW 13th St. stolen from him as he slept at needed for the month of Augustand FUNTH
failure to yield right of way $10 or 3 September In the J26.0CO and
break into the gum dispensing all of Gainesville; Belva Payne days. Ellolse M. O. Cook. Keystone Ethel's Sandwich Shop in Arre- above price range. Planning.
Heights careless driving. $10 or 3 days.George counseling, complete specifications -
machine at the Alachua County High Sprins; Janet Williams, C. Suggs. 104 NW 3rd Ave, ran dondo, southwest of Gainesville. and firm contract p r I Ices

n.1 Williston Linda Thomas, stop sign $15 or 3 days. Gerald M. Fol- quoted.
courthouse Sunday D 0 0 ; Ocala 429-5515
son. 1216 NW 21st Ave. $75 or 30 days. IS WEEK'SSPOTLIGHT
The glass was broken, scattering High Springs; Donna Williams John W. Tanner SAE House no lightson Other Side Gainesville Palatfca 325-2081 376.5450
motor scooter $20. p.trlcAM\ Oreblow. -
gum and glass. Entry was I Chiefland; Sarah Peninger 1335 NE 7th st., failure to yield
not made into the machine'scoin I Spartanburg, S. C.; Mrs. right of way $10 or 3 days. Of the CageNEW 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care is ON
Richard A. Combs. Room 514 Murphy"F J\4j\ !
box. Jean McClure, Hawthorne; Mrs. ," University of Florida selling beer KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE : FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
Clara to minors $75 or 45 days William K. YORK (AP) A 35- Day, wk.. or mo. Old NewberryRd.
Marion Mikell Trenton .
A tool shed and bin, both ; Holt. Fletcher Hall parking in truck Planned programs. Pick up r31
padlocked, belonging to the Ry- Futch, Cross City; Albert .loading.. zone two days. Harry Lee John- pound, 3-foot, 4-year-old chim- at Llttlewood and Terwilllger T : 7: ,. ON N.W. 13th ST.
710 SW 4th St. drunk. $25 or 10days. named fled from school Call FR 2-6667. rtt..
Hardee Bronson Harriet Fur- panzee
als Plumbing Co., Inc., were ; '
..larcus J. Knight 1622 NW 3rd Place, the Continental Circus at the REGISTERED nurse will care for (;fr:1 HAPPY HOUR is on exclusive feature ot the Locker
reported broken into at 8:30: mon, Gwynn Oaks; Susie Bass, $25 er 10 days. Samuel Gary Ridgell. children in my home, Monday .5 ;;II Room when oil cocktails are two for the price of one.

a.m. Saturday. They were on Trenton; Betty Coleman, Cedar -24 NE 17th St.. disorderly conduct. S25 World's Fair Sunday and was thru Friday large fenced In back t .. ;., Beginning at 5 P.M. the "hou," extends through
or 10 days. Noah Donald Kite. laId NE yard. Phone 374-0682. .
the Lake Forest School con- Key; Betty McCallum, Chief- 3rd Ave.. disorderly conduct. $25 or 10 picked up by fair police as he :ir' 7 P.M.
CHILD or Infant care. Prive horn*. : ; The STEER ROOM known for
Brooker days. Pete Hall 2331 Hawthorne Rd climbed onto: a sightseeing bus. its sedate atmosphere,
struction site, 722 S. Main St. land; Felix Legasse, ; gambling, $35 or 10 days operating a Llttlewood I Area. $35 month. specialises in delicious steaks cooked to
El- disorderly house, $100 60 JohnH. Phone FR 41941.TINY. r your perfiction. -
or days.
Nothing was known missing.An Mamie Wilson, Cross City; Henderson. 2330 E. Univ. Ave driving tl'Yi from 5:00 to 12:00 A.M.

attempt was made to force len Minchew, Cross City AFS; while Intoxicated $200 or 60 days TOT On to tho Lounge to conclude your evening with fun
driver's license suspended for three and dancing. Each and
DISCHARGEDCindy Friday Saturday night Fred
...tic. te Creditors FUrlda Statutes months. Announcements PLAY SCHOOLVisit
I. the Court ef the Ceonfy Jwtfge Alechua Dunlap, Mrs. Sally Hut- Alex Fowler 405 SE 2nd Place no i/s and see for yourself. features the music of some band.
Cevnfr. FlerMa I* Pre_." driver's license S2S or 10 days driving S a a
24 SE 8th St. FR A-7804.
In re: Estate of cherson, Mrs. Shirley Dodd and while intoxicated. $150 or 60 day. B.iamin Watch For Next Week's
Ralph J. HayesDeceased. ( Franklyn Burkett 510 NW 7th care private
son, Margaret Thompson, Mos- Ave. driving while intoxicated. $150 or home by experienced mother. .
Te All Creditors and Persons Havtnf ley Bass, Albert Pons, Mrs.: 60 days driver's license suspended six LOST hand tooled natural colored Fenced yard NE section. Call
Claims er DemaMs Aiainst Said Estate months. pocketbook with initials CW. 171.5tM
: Lillie Mae Cobb and son, Har- Leonard Peterson 532 NE 20th St.. no Matched wallet & keys t pa- DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
You and each of you are hereby notified old Parker James Brown Mrs. driver's license. S25 or 10 days. displayIng pers inside. If you have found 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED COCKTAILS
and required to present any dirvers license of another 30 days. this or have any Information. GENERAL GAINES
Claims: and ftm.nds.tIlch you. or either Barbara Baldwin and son, Bryan William Burton. Waldo, drunk. $25 or please call Coline Wheeler or SALESLADY i day week. Company STEAK ROOM LONG'S CAFETERIANo
e< you. may have against the estate 10 days. Hugh Hanna Co'son, Rt. 2. mail to P.O. Box 41. Melrose. benefits including retirement plan.
ef Ralph J. Hayes deceased late of Stanley, Oscar Henderson, drunk $35 or 12 days. Alford A. Gordon Dial 475-5381. REWARD Apply Manager Singer Co., 216 Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice waiting between ordering STEER ROOM
.5 laid County to the County Judge of Harris Rob- Hawthorne 10 days and $25 or 10 da.... W. Univ.WANTED steaks food. lust fast cafeteria service..
Alachua County. Florida at his office Jack Austin, Lois Charles M. McClmton. 434 NE 20th St.. _. prepared to your taste SPECIALS: lunch Ue A VetComplete The finest In timing noyme|" ''t
In tka court house of said County .t 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE TTS Operator good worklr on our open heartn. Holiday Inn dinner night Cocktails dancing In our lounge.N .
i- ert Acres, Georgene Jennings, drunk. $35 or 12 days. Mary Foster, New-
Gainesville. Florida within six calendar berry Road. drunk. S2! er 10 days. g conditions good pay. Contact 1900 SW. 13th St. FR i82M.SILLIARD'S Sunday noon ,7c. Serving Gainesville cover No minimum
months from the time of the first publication Albert Hoyster, Donna Williams Marvin R. Morris Kansas City. Mo.. KUT 'N KURL Stafford Caidwell' Gaines- for 12 years. 313 W. Univ. FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
of this notice. Each claim demand Beauty Saloon yule Sun.EXPERiENCED.
or Ave. 4542 NW IJth St.
drunk. $30 or 12 davs. Horace S. _
Linda Thomas Deborah o p.
shall be In writing and shall state Beauty on a Budget *
I 537 SW 4th Place $30 or 12 days. Cove office girt-eesh-
the place of residence and post office All work guaranteed.PERM. .
address of the claimant and shall be Wooley, Edward Shanley. Floyd Brown Smith. 605 SE 2nd Ave $35 85 00 up ler. Apply in person to Humpty
went to by the claimant" his agent or 12 days. Flossie Pennington, 512 SW SHAM.-SET 11.50 up Dumpty Restaurant, 310 N. W. CUE BOWLING UNIVERSITY INN
his and such claim 3rd st.. drunk. $25 or 10 days. 13th St. Must be over 21._ STICK BILLIARDSFun
attorney any or demand 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7724
MUNICIPAL COURT Emanuel Williams itS SE 8th Ave. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgas-
not so filed shall be veld. Open ?. COCKTAIL WAITRESS 21.Apply .
nights by
CHARLES B. OUTEN Ju4t. W. W. HametM.July Prlllcl" drunk. $25 er 10 days. Willie Buchanan app In to Thirsty over Gaor.13th for not only young men PALM LANES board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
PAT B. KEETERAs 21. 1M4 738 NW 4th Ter.. drunk $25 or 10 days. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special avtentien 433 N.W. person St. after 1:00 P.M. BUT young women too. Winter leagues now forming. drinks for the price of 1. Dane-
executors of the Last Will signed written pleas of guilty: Iris Otis E. Carey 538 SW 8th Ave* drunk to nervous er ekterty. Bring your dates Restaurant nursey pro shop. Ing til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
and Testament ef M. Wright 3840 SW Archer Rd ran red 25 or 10 days. Robert L. EdwArds 414 Easy Way Driving SchooL FR SECRETARY with bookkeeping Open 10 A.M. ta 12 fM.m 2606 Waldo Road Combo 1 Richard Parkers orches
light, $10. Mansfield F. Turner, 211 NW NW 2nd St.. drunk. S25 er 10 days. 7-7002. tie bY State 01 Fla. knowledge. Only experienced per- N. Main Street 17-44 tra. 1WI S.W. 13th St.. FR. 4-7447.
Ralph Hayes deceased Utn St.. ran stop sign. S10. Robert O. found not guilty: David T. Lee. Rt. son should apply. Salary deter- -- --
BATES .. JONES Story. 321 NE 3rd 5... violation of lane X speeding. 6 SPECIAL NOTICES mined by ability. Send complete
Attorneys at Law signals. $25. Frank H. Roby. 1C2 NW 13tn charges dismissed: VVaync Alexan resume to Box 462A Gainesville TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE I
11 West University Avenue St.. parking In truck loading zone SS.Issiah der Martin, 801 NW 30th Ave, driver's Sun._
Gainesville Rivers tU NE 25th St.. speedIng. license. WANTED IN THIS NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE .
August 9-16. .Benefit senior be.uticPrefer
First publication July 54. IttJ.J4ff 810. Barbara S. Probert It)* NW
forfeited bond Luis Emilio CALL
: 372-8441.
Junior .
Woman's Charities.
( ) 720. 27; 1:3. 19 Urn ; I Club permanent resident. House of
Ave. failure ef
yield right way. 2701 NW 3rd Ave.. careless driving\ $75. See any member for tickets. _Beauty. FR J-1S7S or FR 4-3489. -



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12 Gainesville Sun Monday. August 3, 1964

Beneath This Banner Are The 'World's Best Bargains.

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

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

DAYS LINES bring quicker action.

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

35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole I 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole

CONVENIENT NORTHWEST LO- NEW 2 bedroom frame house just FOR SALE BY OWNER. BR. FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew FOUR bedroom 2 bath with fami- THREE bedroom CB home. $300
THREE DOGS- I French Poodle. CATION on attractive 100 lot; :3 completed nice wooded lot. 5 study, Fla. room. 2 bath CCB Palm Springs model. One of ly room dishwasher garbage disposal down take over FHA. 3012 N. E.
all black, papers and shots; Pekinese BR brick house with oak floors miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. house large lot Carol Estates the best looking homes we've ever etc. 2809 N.E. 10th St. 10th Drive. <<
THE TIME IS NOW papers and shots; ama 11 cypress & mahogany trim. asbestos 2103 N.E. 12th Ter. Call FR built. Four 2 full Phone 372-6455. _
NOT IN SUBDIVISION 1 Br colonial bedrooms.
Dachshund red. has shots.Phone shingle roof Fla. rm. storeroomshop 6-7962 for appointment.
372-5029. dW. carport; price under hardwood floors. fireplace./ baths beautiful brick facade 3 Bedroom 2 bath air cond., many
$16,000 includes refrig., new Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa- LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD area. excellent kitchen arrangement. extras. Reasonably priced and low PARRISH
33 LOTS FOR SALE kitchen range. air conditioner, TV tricks. Kirby Smith Schools. $11- 3 BR. 2'bath, Hv.Klin.-kiU Fam $16.900. No money down VA down payment. 3624 N.W 12th
500. FHA. $72 per mo. Including Rm., central heat Ave. Skyline Heights. 372-1517
antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or gas fireplace. FHA only $800 down. Price In- after -
taxes and Ins. FR S-2736. well landscaped shady yard andAtt.active cludes fully sodded front lawn. 5:00 PM.
LOT owner at 372-2763.
with 3 trailer
and 2
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr trailers. Large awnings spaces:3 large FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer patio. $600 dn.. $105 gas lamp swim club member LIVE IN MADISON PARK 18500. PRESENTS
FHA 538 NW 34th
patios :3 septic tanks lots of equity In :3 BR. 2 bth builtinkit. mo. by owner. Fam. rm.. LR. 4 roomy BR. 2
fuel tank 100 shrubs brick ship.VILLAGE
patio ., Dr. 372-1145 day. 372-4537 night.
shade good rental Income. Just fenced yard. near elemen- terrazzo floors cen. heat. GREENBy bath shady lot. no traffic cen.
House to Rent? outside city limits. For sale. FR I tary and lunior high schools Phone 376-8779. 4235 NW 10th St. HUGH EDWARDS INC. heat 3708 NW 22nd PI. 372-3029. WESTMORLAND for Immediate

screened porch, 3 BR. 1 bath By Owner. 3 BR, 1W bath CCB Desirable 3 BR 2 bath home 2909 N. E. 15th St. BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 bath. extra occupancy this 4 bedroom 2 bath
68883.ACRE lots for sale. I $500 down if you qualify FHA. home. Assume mortgage. Low large Fla room & patio. Lot _ 3767971JWK Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 home: modern built In kitchea,
central air & central
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. 100x176'. lots of trees. conditioning
Phone 376-1236 equity. $96 Mo. Dead end St. N W. 13th Ave. FR 6-7993 for heat. Transportation by sen eel
4 BR, 2 BATH tiome like 1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 2-3855. appt.
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS new bus to schools.
vacancy FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. Beautiful lots NW section
REALTORS now for only $?6.21 per mo. By Owner 7 rooms. IV* bath. $600 LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI
Features refrigerator built-in oven for equity payments $90 per Commercial property & 3 BR. 2 baths central heat out HOLLY FORREST. this delightful
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit W. Univ. and range, large living room, month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. acreage.E. 372-8404 of city limits deep well, REA home on a lovely wooded lot. 9
C. Kuehn Jr.
LOTS FOR SALEon plenty storage. Price reduc e d Phone 376-6819. "Curly" power located at 3616 NW 34th bedroom. 2 bath separate dining
from $14,150 to $15,800. (600 down 638 N. Main St. NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address St. room beautiful built-in kitchen
Mllhopper Road. FR 2-9976. FHA $100 VA. Exclusive swim THREE BR, 1 bath CCB. carport FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 on this utterly charming family room large screened pa-

Lots N. W. of GolnesvllleS2700.SJ. club too. Phone 372-3471. see and util. room fenced back yard FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. two bedroom house. All rooms $9400 buys a :3 BR. 1 bath. Payments tio; Ideal for entertaining.
-S3750. this one before you buy. patio w-barbecue pit. near Little- home located in Westmoreland are spacious fireplace panel- $65 per mo. On SE 45th
wood School. FR 6-9615. this neat little
ling. pleasant porch. Avail Ter. FLORIDA PARK
MARY MOELLER PAYING rent? See this 3 BR 1 Estates. On city sewers pavedSt
bedroom horn 1d..1for
3 IV* bath
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU bath home for only $81.00 per TWO bedroom home near University 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family able soon. FHA commit a couple. located In a qui.tIrel
$72 Call FR 6- ment. Shown Call 372-2372.
per mo. by appoint
REALTOR mo.. including Insurance. taxes. Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. of town. Immediate occu
4182 after Sunday. Central heat built-in kitchen In- ment only. Exclusive
EVERY DAY until it Is rented : 1019 W. UniversityFR cabinet Large living 13.2 room cu. ft.built-in GE refrig China S BR, 2 bath FHA financing. cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards listing.J. NOTHING DOWN VA pancy.

6-4471 erator. Price was $13,700 now $400 down. no closing. $80 per walk to schools. close to 3 BR 2 baths, 2000 sq. ft. BLACK ACRES. this traditional! I I

$1X500. $500 down FHA, $100 VA. mo. Avail Oct. 15. nice yard. U of F & medical eenter FHA W. Kirkpatrick Agency home. 3 bedroom. 2 bath living-
34 Waterfront Property Call 372-3472. 2202 NE 8th St. 372-2895. $22,700. Down payment $1,700. 31 N. Main FR 2-8404 $300 DOWN room separate dining( room A
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: I Immediate occupancy. Drive by NW. 3 BR. 1 bath, walking distance family room with fireplace love-
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD ALMOST NEW 3 BR 2 bath home 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler to school ly modem built-in kitchen central

$40 per mo . $1.33 per day Reg.LAKE Broker PROPERTIESACRE., specalizlng In. with built-in air oven conditioner and range refrigerator huge, family room. room 2V4 bath.dining living room room-electric night.Brothers 372-9545 daHy 376-9048 Price SlashedThe $500 DOWN heat.

I master BR with kitchen lots of storage. central owner of this lovely 3 bedroom
walk-in sub-
closet. residential
AGE. 3 miles No. of NEW WESTSIDE
Melrose lot In Northwest
3 B R. 2 bath. Ig.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day GR 5-2981. now selling for $14,450 (reduced 4 blocks heating of and air school.conditioning If In- HUNTING home values? This Is 2 bath masonry home Is READYTO division of acre lots. paved
from $16,804). Payments $100.37 new It. 3 BR 1 bath home features SELLI If you want I home streets. Inside lots $3,950.00 corner
FOR SALE lot on Santa Fe River per mo. after $700 down. $100 terested call owner, J. B. Gay, large screened porch extra Ige. with a central heating system $900 DOWN $4,250.00. Select your dream
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day with picnic tables. good swimming down VA. Concrete patio. plenty Sr. 372-8175. storage room paneled wall in built-in oven and range, family 26 R. 1 bath Southwest only $51 home site now before prices ad
& fishing. Plenty of trees.Priced shrubbery exclusive swim SELL OR RENT 3 BR 1 bath study and living room, all vinyl room laundry room carport per mo.
$60 $2.00 $2250 with farms. Phone club. Phone 372-3471. home CCB. NE and 3 BR frame floors air conditioner refrigerator large corner lot located In the 3 BR, 2 bath, NW close to school.
mo. .
per per 4722498.A NW. Low down payment on each. built-in oven and range. disposal NW SECTION CALL US
beautiful lot beautiful river LOVELY 3 bedroom 2 bam In Contact owner 1505 NE 8fh St. extra NOW THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME vance.M.M.
on a large lot
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day at Rock Bluff on the Suwannee. cabinets.Pine Forest.G. All E. formica drop-in counter-kitchen LEAVING TOWN will sacrifice. :3 $91.03 per mo. after $500 down. -MUST PRICE BE SOLD CUT BY FROM AUGUST$18,000 15 DAN BYRD .

Phone 376-6160. top range vinyl wall paper and Br., 1 bath screened in porch. $100 down VA. Price reduced to $16,500 ONLY $1,000 DOWN- ASSOCIATES INC. :
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day OVER 30 acres of lake front many colored fixtures In bath. BeautIfully Fenced back yard 2711 N. E. from $15,800 to $15,300. Phone NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL Jack DeYot Realtor'
372-3472 for appt. to PARRISH
bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished landscaped lot with many 10th Terr.EXCELLENT. see. BE REFUSEDI Associates
houses with dock and deep trees. Priced to selL Call 372-1551
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day I well pump. Many extras. On or 376-7971. Builder.TWO BUY In Westmore- CLEAN AS A WHISTLE Christine E. E. Holloway Stone & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. .
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis land 3 BR 1 bath. Florida room John Merrill
I bedroom frame. neat & clean 825 NW 13th Street Hill Helen Graham
Jewelry Co.Cedar fenced back yard. air/ cond., by Beautifully kept must be If Wayne
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day good condition. city water shady owner. FR 2-0089. I, you are looking for a 2 bedroom seen. 372-2511 Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish
lot SO x 120', immediate occupancy Realtor Call night or day 19 N.E. First Street Tel.: 372-537S
Shoresfine 1 bam home with screened porchon
easy private financing :
$85 $2.83 BR, 2 liv. fireplace a large corner lot. Immediate MULTIPLE LISTING
per mo . per day $200 down. $55 Locatedat 3 bath. Ig. rm.
homesites! from $2250 1318 SE 2nd monthly.Ave. bus cen. heat air cond I nterior occupancy. 511.500. See at PHONE 372-1494 YOU'LL BE HAPPY AFTER YOU
non-waterfront from $1510 near patio. Close to schools I 1305 NE 6th Terrace. then phone AssociatesAiarcella
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day line. See it and phone FR 6-7170. swim pool membership. AssumeVA Dick Robinson. Associate Ralph Pardi

PAYMENTS less than rent. Only Mort. Only $98.70 mo. includ.T Fcssey, Realtor at 376-1359 dayor W. H. Buckhannan COMPAREOUR

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day Marina LocationsINVEST $7709 per mOo buys this 3 BR & I. 2842 NE 14th Dr. FR 2- Avenue.night 11 West University
1 bath home. like new. Kitchen 3U .
: facilities needed here NOW RENTING
has Tappan built-in oven range Month. New CB home low CONSTRUCTIONBy
$100 mo. . $3.33 day $60 MODERN QUALITY
per per with hood fan filter, back. down payment. See at 210 S. E. NEW
Motel Locations splash. Price reduced from $13,200 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- Furnished bedroom air Your Inspection-

I NVES: accommodationsneeded to VA.$13,000.Phone $450 372-3471 down for FHA appt.$100 to 4492. HOME ditioned apartments.one Ready con-for I Treated furred and plastered walls

see. S BR home large living room occupancy August 15th and Complete ceramic tile baths
with dining area built-in kitchen September 1st.
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom 2 bath tile bath. carport. wooded BUYERS I 1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372-9569 S Twenty year specification built-up roofs
DAVID ANDREWS- CBS house. completely FURNISHED area. Call 376-6674. Coy Thomas S White Terrazzo Floors

RENTAL WANT ADS REAL ESTATECEDAR sacrifice.this refrlg.weekend. range.FHA Must$450 AVAILABLE Sept.. 1 bath. 3 bedroom GUIDEby S Spacious bedrooms and closets
CCB home fireplace Design
TOTAL cash I pay all the rest. Contemporary
KEY 3841 or 3831 Call 372-5792 or 372-6869. House beautiful and Westwood.yard. FR Near 6-4220 Littiewood 621 NW EYES RIGHT! S All masonry construction, no upkeep

I LAKE LOTS FOR SALE will be shown on Sat. and Sun. 36th St.HUGH. The James Co. Large shady lots

4 BR, 2 bath. See real dream living In Shadow with curb and
Phone 376-9960. 1800 sq. ft. 14 yr. Wide paved streets gutter
old home. 4th Irg. BR separated EDWARDS. INC The James Co. of Gainesville Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .

HOME OF DISTINCTIONEnt. from others could be used as Presents Inc., Builders of Kings- D. Oliver. Bldr.
12 Male Help Wanted 18 Schools fir InstitutionsMEN foyer. Lr.. with fireplace all family room. Cent. heat and air berry Homes for this area will Ph. FR 2-0866 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2. Baths

glass wall leading to Screened pa cond., oak parque floors Irg. corner Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home on be happy to answer any questions West on NW 39th Ave. past MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN.
WANTED retail milk route sales- t women 18 to 55 to tram tor
> tio. Dr.. 3 Ig. Br.. with 2 full lot. New FHA Loan has been large corner lot In Pfhe Forest. you might have concerning the Glen Springs interjec
man. age 25-45. must be bond- CIVIL SERVICE tion. See lift W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD
baths kitchen w- ullt In equip. arranged with total down pay With built-in counter-top range home ownership. You mightbe sign on
able. to Jim Johnson atCarltons
Apply Examinations. For Informationsend ment of $800 which Includes closing
Including dishwasher. Carport and oven all formica kitchen one of those people that
Dairy. Phone 3725406tor name. address & Phone No. cost 929 N. E. 10th Place. cabinets. large pantry. terrazzo home but found
Util. room. Central heat and Air now owns a
app?. Key Training Service. 112 W. Cond. Deep lot 100' white sand Call for appt. days FR 2-8401 evenings floors. Priced at only $16,150. FHA that it Is now Inadequate If Sun Want Ads WALTER STUBBS, INC.DIAL .
$85 plus expenses for 45 hour Adams St.. Jacksonville. beach shade trees. Lake Geneva. and FR 6-2743 weekends. and VA financing. Call 3721551. this Is the case a call to The
week If qualified. Fuller Brush Lot 35 CES. 376-5394
CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING $27,500. This home surrounded by James Co. could very well
Co.629-4743.. 101 S. Michigan Ocala Fla. PHONE FR 6-3507 lovely homes Is restricted area. BLACK ACRESPRICED FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR 2 solve your problems. By this Get Results "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST"

HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 bath. cen. air cond. and heat. we mean trading In your present
WANTED: SPEEDING-COST ACCOUNTING LAKE ROSAWe bedrooms 2 baths. hardwoodfloors. Palm View Estates. less than 1 home. .
(1) Radio audio tape recorder are open to any reasonable offer central heat air-cond.: yr. old, FHA approved. large
technician must have had civilian Secretarial Courses Classes I below $18,000 on this large units. electric range and drapes.Lot shaded lot no Immediate neighbors There are a number of ques-
experience. be able to supply now forming. Howell's- Business CB home. :3 BR., Lr.. with fireplace 110' x 120' with shade trees. owner transferring. 4037 N.- tions that we can answer concerning BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
character & work reference. Must College. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR screened porch facing lake. 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-6427. W. 18th Place. Phone 3760734.COMPARE trading. We feel that
want I permanent lob. regular ..3507.U. Sand beach deep shady fencedlot. I IoItIImllIHlllllllUllltHH''ItIIIIIIIIHHHflHHt"IIIIHllttlt fllllltlllfllllltlH'"tllltIU"Hlltllllflnnmmtllftllttlltl'f, by talking with us you can
hours opportunity and good pay.
(2) T.V. & F.M. antenna Installer. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! pick a suitable floor plan and SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELSNO
(3) Antenna Installer trainee. Apply exterior design that will suit
Would you believe $165 down Includes -
In person to: Men-women 18-52. Start all charges will buy a 3 your needs from our many
as i
plans that keep hand.A
$102.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng Br.. CB home. In Keystone Melrose -
N. Main St. until call to the James Co. will
appointed. Thousands of Area monthly payments
A.M. to 12 cr 2 to 6 P.M. lobs Experience get all the facts about any \ '
open. usually un 6650. Call us for fun details.
necessary. FREE Information on type financing any questionsyou v A Village t Green
13-Help Male or Female Jobs. salaries requirements.Write LAKE GENEVAOver ; THESE HOME VALUES might have without any

WANTED first class bookkeeper TODAY and phone.giving Lincoln name Service address With 300'CCB waterfront home and 8 4 acre rental tract. BEFORE YOU BUY I obligations on your part. LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
age 46up. Write experience and Box 448-M Gainesville Sun. We have lots available In
qualifications to Box 493 A-c/o its. Great possibility for expand E most any section of town for 376-7971

Gainesville Sun. 26 Farm EquipmentFOR ing.$30,000.A perfect Reasonable site down for motel.pay. j5i 1IHIIIIIIIIJIIUIInmllllllllllllflllllfllllllllllllUIIIIIE! Ei you to choose from. ,

HALFWAY Houseparents. maturewhite ment. i SAVE! Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene I
married couple. no chi.- SACE: 1 two row A IIII Cham- Ii Priced from $13,90017,250
Paramore have over 30
dren. State retirement benefits. ers traotof. with 1-2-12" plow. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. The following are ready for years
combined experience In the
social security hospltallzatlon. disc. 2 planters
cultivating out Real Estate occupancy. uwiri Lu.'I
Call Director of Training Sun- fit. $800. See at Rt. 1, Box 318 Broker E construction of homes. By care-
land Training Center. FR 6-5381. Brooker Hwy. :3 Miles N.21. of Melrose mn1flmB1m1mbmmullmmmmlls5ui5w. ful supervision by Jim and Sodded Lawns
Hwy 475-2981
ext. 367 or :327. 3330 N.W.28thAve. E Gene. It will enable you as the
The following Is now under Swim Club !
to home
homeowner .
WAITRESSES. Steam table cooks. 28 Livestock fir Supplies 35 Houses for SoleBY S construction and will be ready 4 BR, 2V* baths $2990 dn.. s for get and more certainly
dishwashers. Apply In person or $169 per mo. your money I
by phone Holiday Restaurant 486- 2 yr. old Jenny bred to Palomino OWNER. 3 Br. CCB. 2 bath G 08 for occupancy soon I I makes The James construction -. Air Cond. Optional _ _; _
2121 ro 486-2122. stallion best to be beyond compare.By N.W.IJ.STlUr
offer. Orange Hts. fenced In back yard near schools 3741 NW 21st PL Colonials -
Rd.. Vi mL on left past prison 3320 NW 30th Ave. -
workIng shopping. equity and
WANTED TTS Operator. good assume
g 3 BR. 2 bath, $750 dn. $109 building primarily the
conditions. good pay. Cow- farm. mtg. FR 6-2293. 2002 N. E. 16th 3 B P. 1 bath $500 dn $77. home feel S Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
per month. Klngsberry we we
tact Stafford Caldwell. Galnesvllle WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE. Ter. g per mOo have a great advantage and

Sun. dairyman to show us a better LITTLEWOOD-WESTWOOD AREA. i 1IIIIIJIIIIIII1IJIIIIIIIIII11IIIIIIItI great opportunity for you as
PLACEMENT SERVICE dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Close to Univ., 3 BR Itt bath. I the purchaser to pick design
16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- 303 SE 38th St.
Office. Professional corner lot. SI4,500. Call after 2:00 and floor plans that are create
Krunch. 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $64 is
Over 1500 IDS. of PDN P.M. FR 2-0729.
Technical ed by some of country'lleading
per ton. FMX Gainesville Ale- Norwood per mOo 5
College Graduate chua. Phone 2 BR home on corner lot. low down I 58 architects.If .
FR 2-1095 or 4612105. -
For appt. call 372-6377 payment $60 per mo. Located at 08mmmnllnllfflll
1-12:00 AM. 14:00 P.M. 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy / = = nnnma you desire complete Information -
Monday through Friday Ridgell 372-4125. i Hope 08 call The James Co. and
PERSONNEL CENTER 30 PETS & SUPPLIES we will be happy to come to WHY SETTLE
102 NW 2nd Avenue PAY LIKE RENT ALL OUR HOMES ARE = your home and spend any
$STANDARD black poodle puppies, "H" Inc. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY amount of time necessary to
no papers. $35. Road 341 northof No money down to a qualified vet SEEING ANYTIME IF explain The James Co. systemof
hlway 26 app. 11 miles N.W. eran. New :3 bedroom IV* bath YOU WILL JUST CALL. home ownership.We .
SECURE JOB? of Trenton. Drum central! heat. $82 monthly Includes I We Trade Homes
taxes and Insurance. Phone 372-
AMERICAN Shepherd and 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR can secure FHA VA and
Train for U. S. Civil Service tests. English 7971. Builder.
Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned or Property several I different types of con
I 6-5301 FR 6-7789
See our ad under Instruction $75 MO. $450 Down. NE 17th Dr. or
wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. ventional financing. FOR LESS ?
classification. Lincoln Service. AKC I 3 Br.. 1 bath screened porCh. IIIIIIIBEIIIII! nammnimmlmamIllfflffinmiffliffiIRiseGainesville's '
Established 1948. reg. German Shepherds.
:3 I patio kitchen equipped cent. If you own a lot within 50
mos. 1 male 1 female half
I heat. FR 6-0474-
60 miles of Gainesville call
grown male trained for protec- or
OPENINGSMen tion. good natured. Orange Hts. NEW 3 Bearoom CCB tile bath !. newest and most us for information about building
& women over 21 Professional Rd.. W mile on left past prison carport and utility room. $9,000 ,. ::"z.' z't luxurious apartment building .. for you.3Bedroom..
Insurance Corporation an old I farm. $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR i.
line reserve company of Florida 2-3355 days. tb'i LAKESHORE IV* bath with New Kirkpatrick & Pierscm
has opened an office In Gainesville 6 WEEKS old AKC reg. Chihuahua hardwood floors located on
puppies. Males' & females. 4 BR. 2 bath. 1800 ft.. 14
and we need help imme- Reasonably sq. yr well shaded lot. Small down-
diately. Openings for branch priced. W. B. Ph Iter. old home. 4th Irg. BR separatedfrom TOWERS FHA.Construction .
manager In Rm.205 Baird Hdwe. High Springs. 454-W6. 454-1731. others could be used as 5i payment.
Bldg. 9-11 Tues. thru Sat. or family room. Cent. heat and air Court Manor
FREE Homes in
phone 376-8485 for app?. cute kittens.. Phone FR- cond.. oak parque floors. Irg. corner to start soon on Highland
m 68120. lot. New FHA Loan has been NOW LEASING 5 V.A. 3 4 Bedroom homesin
N.E. Gainesville. Call now
arranged with total down paymentof
14-Sales Help WantedREPRESENTATIVE PUREBRED Beagle puppies good $800 which Includes closing cost and make all color selections.All .

-_ stock. 1 AKC reg. male. James f29 N. E. 10th Place. Call for these will be brick veneer.
SALES Kennels. Rt. 1. Box 78 Keystone appt. days FR 2-8401 evenings and Start at only 79.34!
WANTED Ph. 47).49 sa. FR 6-2748 weekends. We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.
Well rated Miami with exciting .
100'x276'. Pick I lot and house

seeks refrigerated aggressive representation furniture line In plan to suit you. That's right- you can buy a new threebedroomhome

the Gainesville area. Should work on'' PALM VIEW ESTATESAN Now under construction 3- in Highland Court Manor for as little as
from his show room and call Bedroom. 2 baths with 1435
Institutional retail decorators Sq. Ft. floor area double carport $79.34 per month including insurance and taxes

architects., etc.professionals Koolbar Mfg.cabinetmakers Co., EXCELLENT on shaded 100x276' lot. Will and built-in Tappan oven and range with hood

3738 NW 50th St.. Miami Fla. NORTHWEST LOCATION trade on this one. fan and filter.

_Phone 635-2353

16-Work Wanted Female 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL And you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality

CITY SERVICES construction too, including such items as Owens-
MAID desires work. references.
will cook. clean. Iron and care Corning fiberglass insulation. Wolmanized pres-
for children. Call FR 6-2130. WALK TO SCHOOLS sure-treated lumber custom built-in cabinets

GIRL wants to take care of children From $16,000 and Wcll-Tex in kitchen
up vinyl paper end bath.
for working parents. Phone" LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE! \

376J877. $600.00 down Swimming Peel Recreation Room Why not see for yourself? Our air-conditioned I

EXPERIENCED operator married 1401 computer permanent Furnished Models by Home Beautiful Acres of Picnic Grounds Central. Heat For More Information model! home is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

resident. 3 yrs. college. Call FR FHA Conventional S Central Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities Call Sunday from 1:30.
9-3900 after 6:00 PJM. S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop ChuteS

I do per Ironing piece. Cad In my FR home.6-0541. 10 cents FERNWOOD MODELS Paved Parking Areas. 3 Elevators S Lighted Sidewalks TheJames MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Main, turn

IS Schools fir Instructions From $12,250 I PHONE 376-4456 Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd., and continue to NE 12th St. Turn

$400 down $100VADay Of Gainesville. Inc. LEFT and follow signs to model located on NE 31st Ave.
Real Estate Exam
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66 Misc. For Site i 77 Mobile Homes for SaleI 85 Sal
OWNER NEAR WEST- FOR RENT on Silver Lake. Fur LARGE room with private baml A"tomoll.

I CLASSIFICATION INDEXII JWK WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath. 2 BR trailer with large wel entrance twin beds & rtfrlg. Also WE have several go name bra I x 3 WESTWOOD trailer with 4 19S1 sunroof radi*
Ig LR. family room. built In sulated porch. Will rent S45 room with dbl bed t, bathroom used TVs. S12 $each. x enclosed cabana 2 BR, A-C, & VOlkwae, luggac rack,

kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING weekly or permanently for Se5 mo. f.cltle. 372-4867. sell all or singly. NE 11th S min. from campus, lot 14 Glen- white 1 wall fires sIde mirror. S25*

I 3728404TRANQUIL & HEAT. siooo and<< No pets. Call Keystone Heights NICE comfortable comer room In Ave. FR 2S. wood Trailer P.r Phone 37lUo and take payments o S month

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE setting under massive :: assume mtg. Call 37-2927. 4748 or FR 631 after *:0 private home $ per week or (mm Camera with all attachments.This 16 2 BR trailer, 10 x 50, siOO See at 3020 NE or cl

I 1 U Meaaertasa P. per mo only.' 1017 N.E. camera Is brand new origInal take up payments. 1621 SE 4th 376J723.
I I Card *t TaaaksS $1 Wasted t* BIT shade trees on over an acre In AGOODBUYYOU'RE Ave FR 6-3108. Ave. after
SMALL furnished cottage for rent, 8 cost S25S. sell for FR 5
S Lis r*..4P n MathlBtrj TlaCl Kirkwood. Gracious masonry suitable for working couple.Moore I 112 P. FOR SALE J7 Buick 4 dr. hlr

r .n.Hie4 Services Building Materials residence central heat. two MISSING THE BOAT If Haven Park 2330 E. Univ. 51 Misc. Rentals NEW 2-2& top 3S25., radio 15 Call :.
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I Travel Information M no .enU Goads baths. three bedrooms PLUS you don't call for an appointmentto Ave. an saws Ilw WYATT- _
37616. ,
< Special Ntla es Aatl*.eaM another bedroom and bath een. tampers, Ighlplat 64
see this nearly new large 3 37' House trailer for rent 0 large CHEOLE.$2650
7 FlorlitaS Mite. Far Sal for guests. a relative or BR 2 Bath home with entrance 45 Furnished shady private lot. Ideal for couple Wsci I cyL, 8. h, power
Baby Sitter. Cmltl Car Cl TradlBf riU for a study. By appointment foyer large LR, separate DR.Fla. Apt Cal for Information 3717. Rental, sales service.motors. Trailer SalesHome steering tinted windshield Grad.

Places T* C. Ait U Article Wasted only. Exclusive I room with panelled wall & 3 ROOM furnished apt. for adults. Meyers Power a. NE student being transferred over
Times T. seeAUTOMOTIVI W Fa.l Oil W.... old brick fireplace. Big family .2 seas. 372-S054 after all
i 70 listing.J. S per m C.I 374527.FEAAALE 51-A Wonted To Rent Htti Ave. Phone 37- of 5:3 or
Baatg Maria E-.lp. kitchen with built-in oven. range Mobil day weekends.
A 71 Camp Rust Fish dishwasher. CENTRAL HEAT & teacner would like to Danish Modern furniture almost Shasta Home
and '
W. Kirkpotrick Agency share furnished 2 BR house with UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom 62 CHEVROLET Super Sports
22 Office R8.lpmest: AIR CONDITIONING. PRICED Couch 2 arm 2 glass
nw. Travel Trailers
?s Alrplaa Balea-BeataU house duplex apartment c.ln.
'71 Musical 31 N. Main FR 2-1404 same. or top end tables; dinIng gold exterior black Interior Auto
Herehanili FOR QUICK SALE. be C.I 372.55.
can bought tabl. Ocala's First Mobil Horn
TI M. D. Homes far Sal* shady yard a o Sept 1st. air cond. PS. PB, tires. R
.t Track tor Sal with reasonable down pay m ent NICELY furnished convenient tab. with and 4-chairs; Dealer Since 14 & H. W
,. Track Wanted and assume existing financing downtown area. S75. Adults only com bedroom suit: desk 1923 Silver Springs Blvd C.I 370
88 Tractors Track BenUla REAL ESTATE FOR SALE | Call MYRTLE LASSITER 374- no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music 53 Office-Desk Space and chair TV table air condi Phone 42-13 1940 STUDEBAKER LARK. 4 dr.

M* Trailer Restate E WEST on N.W. 39th Ave. to 0817 or 372.7943. Slore.EFFICIENCY. tier, Call 372-1$between 1 and Oal.. sed.i good condition 51C miles,
U Lets for Sal g 5059 and find future home. rNearl n.t and clean; an second
SS MaUrcyelea &" Sctcr your $50 1955 NEW MOON. 41 x 3. single
PROFESSIONALBUILDING car. $475 Ph. 376-5707
84 A.t.... II. Repair 54 Warfr rrpcrty gU Attractive 3 BR. 2 Bath CB home REDFRANKS month. Phone'PARTMENT. I new aqua blue deluxe BR. Good condition throughout. csh.

U A.te... Ues far Sate Reuses Far Sal g with huge Florida room with fireplace 43 Kelvlnator range, 30" Repainted 1963. Indus AC unit FOR SALE It57 Betair Chevrolet

.< Swap Car 34 Cattacs Far Sale gSI Cent. heat one A-C unit. REALESTATE EAST SIDEGARDEN o Al contrls $12 Ro aluminum patio cover 5x7 3 sffii .Is mo Chevrolet pickup .
Real Built-In elec. kitchen. Double $175. FR 1935 N. W.
Estate car
Exchanged EU Office space available reasonablp- heter 1 b al walkin store room. $1700 orreasonable 27 I
Real Estate Over 2000 ft. 7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 374-0817 4 and 6 p.m. 35th Ave.GOING .
EDUCATIONAL Wanted3a S port. sq. living dWltow 202 W. University Ave. teen A A offer. Phone .
Oct .f laws Property g area. Going for $21.950. or sea Room 2C2Professional nr. 37&4.IT'S Overseas one 1961
18 School laitncUas 40 Business Properties GO WEST on N.W. 16th Ave. to Building. TRADE to FOOLISHto Rambler owr.
g APARTMENTS your costly operate American
It MusIc
DaBctaf.M stltio
41 Residential Iaem g 3669 and a BRAND NEW 3 BR. FordyceRealtor ELECTRIC water neater, andS R & H, ., w.go
OFFICE for rent including
WanUd-lastnctloa) space pay more. RECKLESS to ItO w tirs
2 bath home. Central air-
4$ Farms Acreage = $57 per month upGainesville's central air conditioning for a new glassllned GAS $450
pay less. GET THE REAL c.s 2-31.
conditioned & heated. Large family heting.
EMPLOYMENT 41-1 Colared property Sales g room. Beautiful built-in elec. Finest private parking water heatt. Mud more cost ho FACTS. Payments a low as 1963 Comet 2-door, blue. 8 cylinder,

II W.rk Wasted Mate RENTALS | kitchen. For those who love luxury Furnished or unfurnished lot. Ill SW Third St. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. $57.29. per month with $300 down standard shift Radio heater, 11.

.1 Work Waited Fcmal yet Is budget priced. Half Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110.DOWLING'S LAKE GEE 5 FR 2.23

14 Salca Help Wanted 43 Colored Property Rentals i acre lot. 309 NE t St. Ph lpr.mente 54 Business Rentals Mobil 1964 FAIRLANE 6 Cyl.. excellent
15 Help-Mai* .r Faaial .l GO NORTH on NW. 36th Drive to JUST RIGHT 960k. UPHOLSTERYChairs Rt. 10 Keystone Hts Fla. condition S150 down and take up
U Male Help Waited Ivtlmge tar Bell = 527 and you'll find the buy of the for the executive. This FOR low a s No money low payments. Phone 376-7222
43 Famished Apts. = young ONE & TWO bedroom trailers LEAE Lowest easiest terms
week. 3 BR. 1 bath. screened down, low as $ per pkes. I.r
Dr..ataeII 41 Unfurnished Apt*. g porch. carport & utility. Extra 4 bedroom. 2 bath home with a water furnished. No pets. Phone Modern air of offices. Free estimates pickup .mont est In central Flori..
rental Help Waste 47 houses tremendously large recreation room. FR Downtown location, near court de We traoe for anything.
for Beat Firn. g clean. Stove. ref. & dishwasher.All : 2-563 house livery service. work guaran d 87 Automobiles Wonter
IS hOuses for Bent Cn/arn. S4S for only $12.000 with termsto A very attractive kitchen set off buiding. Ph. Phone livery up to 100 miles.TRAILER .
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Roontk for Beat g suit. I by Birch cabinets. Down payment 372.74 or 6-11. MARTHw.
BEST CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords
H Fcrm Etolpment 90 Hotel Beams g CO LOOK at these for only a FEW can be arranged and also excel' STORE X TAPPAN Clock controlled 17
2In Open 1 to C
buidin. &
Large air conditioned 2 3 f. avail
lent monthly terms. $26,500. Call wel fumihe rotisserie burner Oevrlets A Hero Sn
n reed Fertlllm SI Mlse. BentalsCIA = hundred down. 2131 NW 55th Quiet location able M.I. $50 perm Palatka Phone 328.1050 Ice StFOR .
21 LUtiUtk *" SapplletIS Wanted T* Kent = Terr. 3906 NW 21st Terr. 316 NE : Fordyce 376-1236. couple only. 1123 Call John Realtor. brain. Regular' $399 This week Statio
Laadieaptof Tip Sol 55 Boarders Wanted BS3 44th St. 2402 NE 11th St. 720 mo. Ph. n pets 21494 only Free 30-gallon glass lined 1962 50 X 10 PACEMAKER 2 bed
M Fata Supplies Office Desk Space MSt NW 22nd Ave. OAK STRIP 372.95.FORDYCE water heater included. See Full- room, air condo See at HickoryHill THE

U ZJToaUek Wasted Ba.iaei* AcnUI g floors are one of the many features RENTALSCall SMLL w.reos with. unloading platform, tor in gas 37(532. 12 S.W. 1st Ave.MAHOGANY Trailer Park 2720 SW Archer COREC I
will find in this attractive us for the rental need. Rd., Lot 18 Ph. 376-1475 TIME
5 you you city limits. 1132 S. Main St. knee hole desk reupholstered .
FINANCIALr SERVICE I University 3 bedroom home located In FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INe Phone 372-433 or

M Basinet OpvoHaidUe 23 Special SerTleea f| friendly Florida Park. Paneling, REALTORS 37&173 blond sofa suite beds dough chests box 83 Motorcycles & Scooters FR 2-1411 r
Florida Available 936 W. Univ. 376-1236 FOR RENT approx. 2 acres broom
II Money t* LaU 23 flora Improvements B fireplace and room. Gainesville behin sewing oak glass door

r HortfafesMont 14 Radio TV Service = Realty under F.H.A 376-1236.for only $18,500. Trailer for rent in Micanopy. per mo J. l Shoppin"ge FR Ceter.. S10. bookcase baby bed other household 63 Blue HONDA, $1381 mo., S2 Courtesy Of I
5. Wasted IJ Call Fordyce. items. Nearly-Nu Furniture balance. Over 100 MPG. C
/ Appliance Farnttur =
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. Phone 4663343.NICE Buckley. University Chevrolet
Shop. 316 N. W. Sth Ave. 37&524.
_.._ .IInIIIM".i! M. Munroe. Realtor EXTRA 56 Business OpportunitiesWELL 3762
efficiency apartment, FOR SALE model 50 Honda N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
r. -.II..IIIII"IIttHII.IIfIIIIII.'IWfIWWIIIlII: Asso: S. E. McLaughlin fumls LOFTY pile, free from sol Is the moto"
Frank Roby. Roy McCann large living room and delightful ed. No children or pets. ESTABLISHED carpet cleaned with Lustre. bike 150-200 miles per gal.
35 Houses for Sole! I 35 Houses for Sole! T. C. Douglas. Jr. kitchen for this 3 bedroom home. single lady or settled couple. 703 STORE. Price to Include GROCERY Rent electric shlmpooe$1. McDaniell 16 Excellent conditio $145. --- -- -
Shady lot patio and fireplace. N. E. 6th St. com Fur Rackley 372-
plete land and u r. Company
ONLY $450 DOWN 4 i BR modern home on I acre of Terms can be arranged and the 1 bedroom, $75 per month efficiency ing. Invetory.your own boss and build Gainesville Shopping Center. Value Rated

Assume mortgage at $96 per mo. land t7,300. Terms. Phone GR M Call price Fordyce lust reduced 376-1236.to only $11,900. $45 per month. 3505 N. W. a comfortable living. Near G.ine- T-V antennas. $3 single stack, $7 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR

on 3 5 R. 2 bath Fla. room. 5-2277. 17th St. Call McKinney Green yule In excellent location. Termscan double stack, S13.00 complete kit. Used Cars

horn*. Kitchen equipped. shady LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 REDUCED A CIRCULAR Realtors, FR 93417 be arranged. Call us for full Jim Voyles 419 NW (th Ave. CONDITONING. Tuna up

yard close to schools. 1937 NE BR. 2 bath cent. heat built In details. performancetest. B&G MOTOR CO.
4012 S. W. 19 St. 3 BR 2 Bath drive for this 3 bedroom. 2 bath 46 Unfurnished Now Specializing In Ladies' Better All makes and .
7th Ter. Ph. 376-0643. kitchen home. You can save Fla. rm.. beautiful Ig. lot. dbL Apts. REALTY m.ls.of
home on a spacious one acre lot. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes S Chrysler built cars -
$1500. Call FR 2-3826 or CR carport. cent. ht. Immediate occupancy Paneled LR & DR. sliding glass through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional Cadillac Oldsmobile
IV' OWNER 1 BR, 2 bath. air. _5-5922 Melrose.JWK. TWO duplex apartments. ASSIATE Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning
call us. doors in LR and master bedroom. broom Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER 2001 NW 13th St.
conditioned Fla. room. stone Only $15,000. Call Fordyce, 376-1236. $50 50. Call FR 6-7446. DISCOUNTS. S.W. 1st Ave Servicing Center. 20 N.
front. Built-in oven. range dish- LITTLEWOODand UNFURNISHED UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYFor nue. Main St.. Phone FR 2-2561. -- -- -
washer, d I Is a L Stone fireplace duple Gainesville dealer of most
POI profItable

Westwood area 3 br. 2 bath ioa N.w. Ave. Water fur.fIshed. SELECT-O-MATIC SPECIAL auto painting Automotive
oak strip floors. traverse franchise SINGER S.t.
selling top
cent. ht. beautiful surroundings like $65 per mo. Inquire Mike's Qu.lty Like Needle repairs and GAINESVILLEAUTO
rods throughout. ceramic tile FordyceASSOCIATES. GENERAL TIRES etc. new Swing Zig Zag
baths huge utility room. cen- 372-8404 new drive past 933 N. W. 36th Book Store.SP..CIOUS factory rpresent.tle. Paul J. repossessed Singer does fancy Miller a. Sons 732 NW 1st St. .f
Dr. Phone SALES
tral heating 100x160 corner lot. 4 rooms unfurnised 1. Snyder Way stitches sews on buttons, makes 37-71.
shallow well for sprinkling. Pay DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homeIn BACK TO SCHOOL INC. baths new paint large yard, $85 ville Beach. Phone code 305 J.cks- CH buttonholes darns, ms. sews 1007 N. Main St.
owner's equity and assume mort- the N E. convenient to shoppingand Near School 3 BR. 1 bath C B. Multiple Listing Realtor per mo. on annual lease. 923 NE 4-3784. over pins. etc. Pay of 85 Automobiles for Sale
gage or can be refinanced with school. Well landscaped Close In. estb. lawn. quiet St. $10- Grace Fordyce. Broker 3rd Ave. 37&-9"2 $52 or assume 10 payments of Phone FR 2.6313 I

only $900 down. 2037 NE 9th St. corner lot with backyard fenced 900 good terms. Call is. Associates: 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. S520 Phone 3727680 ask for CADILLAC 1955 red convertible Northcentrol Florida'sLargest
2 BR new kitchen large Univ.
Phone 3723471 t t* S or 376- for the children. 1355 square Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden yard spacious unfurnished. $35 per mo. for the for lease. Opportunity '- Credit Mgr., United Sewing Cen fully powered with new top. $300.
7489 after I P.M.DRIVE. MLROSI O. C. Gay Dick Banks right man to get In ter. See at Tenneco Stat. corner of
feet of living with I
area on annual lease, 923 NE 3rd Ave.. the
bowling business
Geulden alley with a
Frances Sarah
Owner will trade for Gainesville Hough S. Main &. 4th Ave. Dealer
family room. 376-9992. Im.1 amount of capital. Call FR DEMONSTRATOR one Argus electromatlc Inpndnt

BY UNIVERSITY and shopping center house property beautiful this Ig. surroundings and charming and 37 Real Estate ExchangedWill 2 BR, kitchen equipped. 732 N.E. or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. 572 zoom 35 mm slide RAMBLER Station Wagon 1962
close walking distance from this Haynes. projector 1 year Regular Classic Six 9 5
3rd Ave. Util. fur waranty. pasnger.
MAN has gas
PROFESSIONAL purchased landscaped. 5 BR. 3 bath partly ec.pt
home. his two bedroom house. Completely nished. $100 mo. 2 BR, liv. rm, S139.95 priced 197.50 doors R& H and air. Tan Price
larger offering furn. trade lot off Santa Fe with
Ph. 37 1251 1021 W
Immaculate 3 BR IV* bath home furnished and two kitchens lake privileges for good late model din rm.. kit., bath. 3505 N. W. NEEDED $1750. Private owner Williston MELTONMOTORS
with Florida room d 30x40 ft. mean Income when house is INCOMEN. used compact. Call 376-3211. 17th St. $75 mo. C.I McKinney.Green 25 diesel truck tr.ctor. not more 528101.

patio back yard enclosed by rented as two one bedroom W. Triple X. rented with estb. Ext. 5363 8 to 5 weekdays Realtors, 2-361. than 2 yrs. old. to leas for pullIng HOFCO Hurricane Racing Kart 1961 TEMPEST, 4 dr., straight I
ilgustrum hedge carpet Ilk. apartments. Total price only Income. 3 apts beautiful corner trailers in Central Florida. completely equipped not used for stick, good tires excellent running

lawn It landscaping thermostatic 59.900.00.LOVELY lot. good terms. Immediate posses- 39 Out of Town PropertyON 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Permanent leae. pay weekly. 2 yrs. Inquire Striet's Bicycle cond Private owner. 530
controlled wall furnace built In VIEW of woods end a sion. Call Mgr. 9 a m. to 5 Shop. $70. NW S7th St. Ph. 376022.
wall alrcondltloner stove Incl. stream from the ONE bedroom house suitable for p. m. Mon. thru FrI. Winter Garden Main
glass walled rear Hwy. 301. 36 acres restaurant. OAK Board Room Table 4 ft. by 1960 SUNBEAM Alpine white wal I 703 N. St.
Floored attic with disappear I n
g 1 or couple only.
person per Fla.
of this appealing INVESTMENT 7 furn. house. 1055 frontage S5
stairway. Everything in perfect contemporaryhome. room mo Hawthorn Rd. FR 627. 12 ft. $50; 14 matching armchairs tires, wire wheels excellent condition FR 6-7571
4 .
acres plus on Archer Rd Zoning reasonable. For Infer-
condition to meet the demands of Cypress construction. very 2-4742. each. Phone Phone 376-7824
Industrial suitable for rental I units. matlon call Waldo 448-1473 S 475261
the most discriminating. A one step down living room with 61 Wanted to Buy Melrose. I
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MUST SELL 1961 4 door Corvalrby
fireplace. three bedrooms. two STUDENT rental I 10 room furn.
owner home on which LOVING baths breezeway MARY MOELLER 40 Business Properties house for rent, newly decorated. CASH for SECTIONAL couch and chair odds August 12th. Good condition
CARE has been lavishly bestowed. patio. your used appliances
Lease and ends beds chests. Upright $478 cash ($75 below wholesale)
9 single standing now.
Must be seen to be appreciated. equipped kitchen. Beautiful. furniture clothing. etc. Call Williams
BARGAIN PRICED at only ly private; beautifully con- REALTOR FOR SALE Newberry Trailer Park. required. 1400 N. W. 5th Ave. Call Service Center, HawthorneRd pian. Fr 2-7. or can fl.nce. Phone 372-967.

$ 4.500 for quick sale. Drive by venient. FHA evaluation one mile north on 41. $400 down FR 6-8961. 3723937 TWO horse tandem hOf's trailer, 1959 Chevy Impala convertlble.V-l.- I ClfARANCfSAlf
1325 N.E. 13th St. then call W.E. $20.000.00. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 $40 month. total $9,900. Ora electric brakes saddle compartment auto. shift, power steering brakes
'"Blll" HARRIS 376-0817 or 376- ASSOCIATESE. Ball, Archer, Fla 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 62 Machinery rubber mats on floors new engine $1095 485-236
2927. J.w. W. Moeller Foster Kesler &Tool Price $500. 372-2547. Brooker.

KIRKPAFRICKRealtor Dick Durbin 41 Residential IncomeFOR TWO BR. 1 bath kitchen equipped, COMMERCIAL Carrier Aircondl- I
REDFRANKS TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. tioner. 36,000 BTU with water cool-
2 ft. tall. 50 cents plant.
31 N. Main Phone FR 28404 SALE lurnish- Ing tower 1st class cond. per I
GLADYSSMITH Completely Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph. S5. Call FR
REALESTATE ASSOCIATES: ed 3 unit apt. hous locate 376-5987. Chace & Kitchens. 19 S.E. 6-13. BARKLEY
Ploys Mathiasen Irene Bunnell front of lot 95' x 20 at 115 St. FR 6-8225
7 N.E 1st St. Phone 374-0817 Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. 9 St. Price $ net. Cal b 2 BR. turn for two $70.00. 70 Boats-Mirin* Equip.

Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin financed. FR 6-6456. 2 BR. 1 bath Kit. Equip. N. W. 64 Household MOTORS"IN
9000. Goo
McKINNEY CHECK THESE 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. "Is ad Plywood fishing boats. 1964Demonstrators
ioming rental property. KENMORE AUTOMATIC. W.she 12 S49.50 THE AUTO GAME-
GREEN FRED frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd MARY MOELLER, well. $30. I ca BARKLEY'S NAME"
1562 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms. 3 baths Ave. Will sell together or separately. FR 25035. N. W. 34th Ter- THE TACKLE BOX THE
DEATONREALTORS $25.000. Good financing. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- REALTOR race. Allen Hayes 2201 N. Main St.

ARNOLD 475?. 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR FOR SALE Coldspot Th Heart Of East Gainesville" FR
refrigerator- 2-437
4040 Newberry Road. S brms, 2 &4
freezer Check with CharlieFR
baths low price of $2X500. 42 Farms & Acreage NORTHEAST 3 bedroom. 2 bath combination, 2 door good '64 BUICK
LUXURIOUSTruly screened porch patio, gar age. condition, $75. Phone 3727206. 2-119.

a horn of elegance. Nonmls- REALTORYOUNG 2125 N.W. 3rd Place. 2 story. 4 10 Acres with 2 BR, I Bam house, Available August 15 on year WALNUT coffee table with formica Special radio heater, automatic {

takeably this new hem has the brms. excellent location 34500. 7 mi. West. $16,500. lease. $135 month. FR 6-1895. top prfec cond. $20. C.1 FR 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with VOLK .GEN transmission white wall

exquisite features that a discriminating 5 ROOM CCB house, 1130 SE 22nd -965. trailer. $450 Phone FR 2-0235, tires, deluxe wheel discs, tinted j

4 person would desire. Its 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue, Idyl wIld. 14 Acres with 2 BR. 1 bath house; Ave.; $60 per mo. 4 Room frame : 3911 N. W. 7th St. glass, 2 sP.e wipers, save
FOLKSNo 3 brms. 2 baths. FHA $26- FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks
location In the exclusive Northwest new beautiful home sites on pave.ment house 1120 SE 21st Ave I $42.50 3 FOR SALE 17' all fiberglass' *61 up I*
000. gal. with gas heater attached
Is much desired 3 large closing costs. Lovely 3 bedroom .
us now. FR
C.I per mo. 2-136. Borum boat. 35 hp Evlnrud
bedrooms 2V* fully tiled baths 2 bath home. Hardwood MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 150 gal. butane gas tank. Com m $500
All living dining and bedrooms floors dishwasher. private fenc. 7 S.W. 26th Street Corner lot. 3 'TWO BR. 1 bath stone and con plete with gauges 2 crane shallow tor. Heavy duty trailer. $695. Call S

fully carpeted with acrll.n- ed In rear yard. Immediate occupancy brms. 2 baths. $17,900. 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 crete house. Freshly painted well pumps. Inquire Lewis 37 -43.

large paneled Fla. room with open $450 down FHA. $8657 7 Vz acres, 10 miles out. walls. Inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady Jewelry Co.KENMORE 15 Industro boat with lots of extras MILLER.BROWN-
beamed ceiling with fireplace per month total payment. See It 1246 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms 2 baths. yard. No children or pets. Electric elec. start 30 h.p. Johnson, '

exquIsite drapes Central heat todayl P K. Yonge area $21,000. $2000 cashs. 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-J3 months $75 or best range offer.usd.Also Champ tilt trailer & elec. troll 64 LESABRE

and air conditioning A kitchen E. SAPP. REALTORPh. electric Ing motor Included. $550. Phoe481a0. [. 4 door hardtop, automatic
: 3 BR 1 bath home SW section. No refrigerator, ecel. cond, .
I woman would love many other 4 BEDROOM West Hills. 2 story. 7 brms. 6 baths 472.20 Newberry. Fla. FR 1030 E. Univ. : transmission, power
students. For appt. call 372-5633. __S3 2-74. steering
attractive features You will Close to both elementary and !Junior large lot. 65000. FORDYCE ACREAGEHigh FR !
: COLDSPOT refrigerator automatic 14-ft. Clmmel runabout and trailer 2-358 p Ewer brlkt. rdio. l.t.
be and excited as we
surprised when see this finequality high $1,100 no qualifying. 10 SW. 23rd Drive. Corner lot. 3 and rolling acreage good N.W. CAN'T FIND A RENTAL i defrost. $75; 3 piece brown 35 hp elec. start Evlnrude. Top whit walls tinted glass save
wire you Chain link built-in Buy low equity. 2 BR, all appliances
home. We would be pleased paved street fence.and sidewalk kitchen.cheap. brms 2 baths. air conditioning. section time.available for only a limited my included S monthly- I foam rubber sofa, S85. Call FR 8848.and all accessories. MOO. FR 6- i up I.

to shew you this home by appointment er than rent. Move now.TRILEVEL 532.000.Ill Small acreage tracts also listed. drive by, 3130 NW St. Phone I 61826.AG SAFE BUY $700
Call FR 3617.. 376-1961 FOR SALE 19" Crosby bt with
N.W. 36th Avenue. An estate ofa Over 30 acres S.W. of Giinesvle. APPLIANCESTested 1963 75 hp Evlnrude. Information USED I
home and guest house. $32,000. belutul. high. dry 3 BR unfum. house. For further Information and Guaranteed call 3720885 CARS
LARGE FAMILY 2200 sq. ft. 4 bedroom sleep level right party. Complete with call 372-123. 42 Refrigerators from S up

I Three bedrooms Sleeping porch for quiet rest. Living level for 534 N.E. 8th Avenue. 3 brms. 2 home. TWO bedroom unfurn. house. 9 R.nge from S up 73 Musical MerchandiseFor PRICED TO SELLCRANE '64 RIVIERA

-separate dining room living gracious living play level separates baths. lovely Interior good fi- FORDYCE plenty yard. Will make a good 1 Wah.r from up
children from adults. Central from $49 2 door, hardtop yellow with
$15,000. up
room kitchen equipped with nancing & ASSOCIATES. INC.
Sale. PianoUpright. $75Good
13th St. $90
home. 1301 N.W.
heat and air conditioning for nice 2 Food-Freezers from
Mack leaded with all
electric range electric refrigerator 19 up for Phone FR I Interior
REALTORS Lease for 1 FR beginner
year round comfort. Call 2 3522 per mo. yer. 2 Dishwashers from $ 2-197.
two baths outside servants 1120 NW 24th Avenue. 2 brms. 1 up the Buick extras List price
toilet Home completely for appointment. N.W. location. bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120 926 W. Univ 376-1236 6-261 or FR 6-2930 Mr. Haynes.TO 10 TV Sets from $35 up USED upright piano. $150.FR .ve 8500 save up f*
furnished single car garagelot FARM AND GROVE on 30 beau PARTY EXPECTING to be APPLIANCE CO. 26477.Used I
100 x 100 Paved street DUPLEX 14 SW. 32nd Street. 3 brms. 2 tiful acres 12 miles from Uni here 2 years. 3 BR, 1 bath home <19 NW 8th 've.Ph. 372.5 516 S. MAIN ST. $1000Double
city sewerage water and lights. Investor's attention Close University baths. excellent location. $31.500 10 drum set for sale. Ilk *
to versity. Home fully furnishe. near schools $110 per m. Call cu. ft. Frlgidaire $35. 36 in. gas GAINESVILLE 372.4251
Immediate occupancy Close to Hospital. $180 income. farm equipment 372.1706, after 5 P.M. stove, $15, Both operating 1731 new. $225. Phone 49H28.REPOSSESSED
Church School and Shopping never vacant. $15,000 with terms. Lake Wtnot. 3 brm. 2 bath home en rus trees outbuildings. Buy this. N. W. 12th Rd. phone FR 6-5948. OPEN TO 7:30 I'
J Call FR 23617. Modem construction. lake front. $2X500. move In and go to farming.For FOUR broom. 2 bath; $95 per ORGAN
month. Se 105 S. E. 48th BABY bed & mattress broom Baldwin Spinet organ with tone Checked
NEAR UNIVERSITYA Lake Lak.a.wana. 2 brm. 1 bath. Information call or write Street. suite roll away bed 7 pc cabinet. Also used B-3 Ham
Sand bottom lake. $14,000. ette set coch. & other Items mond 2-61 note manuals 25 notepedal
ARNOLDREALTY SMALL house with double garage.yard desk & 3725591. board with 2 tone Used CarSpecials
3 BR 1 bath horn for only fenced couple or with small cbinets. PAINTJOB
Angle Real EstateC. A real bargain. Gridley U 5
$400 down payment and $88 00 a MUST MOVE. Couch and chair,
GLADYS SMITH 525 S. E. 4th Ave. Phone
Co. Gainesville Center.FR .
month which Includes taxes and COMPANY Shopping
L Angle Broker or 28620 small refrigerator, stove. Make us
Interest. Call FR 23617.ASSOCIATES Multiple Listing Member Realtor O J. Angle, Assoc. 2-37 a price See at 925 N. E. 20th 2.5
1219 West Univ. 've. 3723522 44S4 N. W. 13th St. 376691 TWO bedroom CB. kitchen equipped Ave. FR J-9S27. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
Associates: Pete Sleg 1228 W. University Phone 372-5393 vtntian blinds, space heater Buy now for this fall. Many to '
J. Fred Guy Jayna Butterworth Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge Associates: Anna Hinson 43 Colored large lot. N. W. location. Convenient ONE Early American style SIm choose from Instant credit. 60 BUICK

CJ. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo I Carolyn Noyes Proper to schools. $75 a month. mons hide-a-bed, $75; 1 foam rubber Gainesville Music Center 4 door, hardtop radio, heater,
Multiple Listing Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene Virginia Powers Phone FR 6-3572 after 5:3 P.M. Bahama b $40; 1 early brakes
HOMES f-OR SALE American $8. Phone 372-521. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. $3995At powtr st.rlng. power
2 & 3 Bedrooms St. & FR 20627. 1 wner new car trade in
WILL transfer to responsible party
SE 7th Ave. Some no down 49 Rooms For Rent
p.y choice of four spinet or console
CLEAN Kenmore automatic washer
ment. Some small down $1295
ment. Monthly payment $57 to in good condition. Can seen pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- i
CLEAN comfortable large room. litzer Spinet trade back
SERVICESHome at 932 N.E. 6th Avenue PI.n.
$65. Also homes built on your
home for settled studentor
ft private save Wurlitzer Organ with
lot for no down payment. 10
business man. See 202 N. W. sound motion pick up payments HAWESPOWERSBODY I
FR 6-5368 FR 66 Mise For Sale. '
12th Ter.
Phone -41J 6210LARGE we have a to fit 60 BUICK
Buld'r I pan SHOP I
corner room. ad loin I n g any decor. EARL'S CO..
18' cubic Ft. Philco chest type 4 dcor sedan, power steering,
702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. 611 S.W. 3rd
bath and entrance, maid St.
43-1 COLORED RENTALS private freezer. $100. 1019 N. W. 36th power brakes, radio heater,
And BusinessPlumbing and linens 2 wring girls or 2 Terrace. FR 25082. MUSIC professor will sell excel FR 2-0538 air conditioned
FURN. room, kitchen priv. for business men. seen at 116 lent practice piano. an upright

dependable workin woman. Lincoln N.W. 2nd St. CLOSE OUT SALEON for $1(5. Phone 37&82Automotive

103 SE 19th St. TWO rooms for rent, 2 workingmen WALLPAPER. 9 cents a Roll $1395

__!Inspect! evening SNOW everything fur use o HARPER PAIN FULL SIZE
kitchen. $10 per each. 10 S.W. 7th St. 372.4366
Appraisal Service RENTING drunks Near Post Office. Phone :
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR du FR I Used Youth bed $12. Used 1964 '62 MERCURY
velvet chair
FRED B. ARNOLD SEWER INSTALLEDNEW plea apartments large living and LARGE room fo men for ret andy between 2 and slipper 5. 932 N. su; Station w&o... air conditioned

REALTOR & used fixtures. complet. dining area. modern kitchen wit single or double, access to ShOwers Terr. 77 Mobile Homes for Sal. power steering, power
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL fan large storage closets :-
plumbing service "BIG" : FORD electric windows and
Phone FR
SERVICE JIM zo tile baths space heater and refrigerator. Bookcase 750. Door top $10. 'rak.
IJ19 W UNIV AVE. PH. 37J357I HUGULEY. Gainesville Plum!>- floor an water heater, faclll 2-198 or 37-11. 416 N.E. 2nd GE refrigerator $75. ds twist DREA HOME washer eiPp with au s", radio, heater, solid white j

9.RUpholstery'-1589. ties for washing machines and weave rug and pad $30 9 x 12. er. Call 3421 or if n Citio "FASTBACK"2.dr. will mlthl"Mack and white I

BulldozingSMALL pave streets. See at N.E. 26th I ROOM FOR RENT to business orprofessional Antique Mahogany Wardrobe. 2441, Cedar Key. Intrir.
call for appointment 372- $30. 1105 N.E. 9tfl St.
or o man alacet to 1963 VAN DYKE, 53 x 10 ft. with Hardtop
bulldozer loader dump UPHOLsTER 531 372-5. bath. must b sobr. NW R.C.A. Console TV set, blond custom furnishings air coiti
t trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Topsoil your turniluril 4th St. FR 2- V-8 Engine
Phone 372.7146. reasonable prices. Call Sally 44 Cottages for Rent cabinet. Very r.sonable. Pi.FR trig, and other etrl. 1.Beta
Experienced FR9tSt.. 4241N CLEAN. close In daily maid servIce 613 Avenue Archer Rod WSW

W 13th Ter.Remodeling. RENT modern cottages use of an refriera fan $30; e Village TIRE '
LcndscapngLANDSCAPE furnIh .p. Windo typrieSit Large Wheel Coven 57 FORD
on Lake Santa by week o tor. 2 2 Corona Galaxle n. For Sale' 1 BR air cond. fur
_seas Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. 376-1423. lump seat; Infant seat. walker trailer & enclosed cabana. Freshairc Heater 2 .sedan, radii, heater.

Grass-Sod-Garden SERVICE MainNurserystock THREE bedro 2 bath house on ROOM for 2 boys. 145 for single sterilzer. 37 -10. cellet conditio.. FR. 2-1 6

of all kInds.CREVASSES DO YOU NEED. Florida room extra Silver near Keysto. SOWc $35. Good location 105 NW Ttti WE WANT TO buy late model used A ONLY $295
NURSERY room. more room. roof work or by mth Ter. Phone 372-0809. refrlger.to Exceptionally High '62 50 I 10 ( re"ake mobil

Landscape. Co. or maybe a complete new home? traIns now given. home. $500 for equity end takeover I
For a free estimate t guaranteed WILSON'S EXCHANGE low monthly payments.
FR 4-J514 for re* estimate Cal Delivered Gainesville
work phone Carl C. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6. 376-077 after 5:30. .

Appliance Repair & Lawnmower Service Waters 3721019.EXPERIENCED. I STEEL CLOTHES POLES for sale. SPECIALill and MELlON

t Air. Conditioning CARPENTERPaint COLOREDRENTALS Installed In cement $15. 43.45 x 2 Lot for mobile home $53.96 PER MO. I

F L. Lawnmower Shop for fast and and repair lobs performed by CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew $1500. Mil* S. off Paynes WITH /j DOWN
dependable service. 105 S. W. carpenter who loves his trade. Prairie For appointment call
I 2nd Ave We sharpen knives scissors CALL FR 6-4907 and Used S FR 632
line of supplies
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP and repair small electric Complete MUSTANGTJReody MOTORS
First In air conditioning and Appliance motors. FULLER FOTO INC. CONNOLLY
repairs. We sell guaranteed Sewing 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-1
Mobil Home Inc. 2 L 3
washers, refrigerators etc. RCA stereo port.. $45; Remington Slle.. hornet. Many for hnmedieteDelivery
FR 4-0267. SEWING alteration & repair. Opal BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW electric typrie 1 Phil c 0 bro 7 financing.

I ADVERTISE IN THE Sun Want Ads Holder. 2710 SE 19th Ave. Phone console .. $ N.E. lltfi Drive pans .year 3 miles Southof 703N.

_377-MJ. UNDER ,CONSTRUCTION 'v. Ph. FR Gaisvil o o U. S. 441 Ph.
SERVICE DIRECTORYAuto USED double bed, trmersprirtg mattress -
Sewing Machine Repairs box spring, complete $79 95. SHAW MAINFR
Get Results a drawer metal chest $12. o I.l C
L Gloss trailer 10 x 55 will take
CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE COX WAREHOUSE "aae trailer for equIty and 238 W. University 6-7571
CO. IIS W. UniversityAve.
602 S. Main FR
AUTO GLASS la our only" builrwsa. 37-1C7S. we repair all 2-4 take vp payments. Phone FR FR 6-5371

t Immediate Installation; Matter Work fully guaranteed. 15% DISCOUNTSSpecial 2-1313
fret A delivery. Add
f pickup on all and 12 wide is here -Wi- --: -
beauty &. value to your car.AAAULDIN'S Mortgage Broker TELEVISION ceami gaze

3N.W6ffiS_ F _6-2558._ Univ. CERAICS. HOMES
4820 NW IJttl St. )
Auto SH per cent Interest. Terms to i per Inch plus $10 to Install most 59 FORD polo air conditioner $75. I
Equipment 25 years. 'j r tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special Good Phone 454-152 144 10 I S Great L Mbl
BUY BUILD Reconditioned TVs from S995. Horn ( Dyke .
THE VARIETY STORE TWO reversible window
fa aN separate tip
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & Call 7 S.E. 1st Ave. Olympic 23" T.V.j out, S250 Ilnl equity Ob
exchanged Repair kits for Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA 4 Technician's with S4 years experience stereo needs replacement o m payments. Call .
Walker Jacks. Factory authorta- all makes. Phone FR VH
ect Walker Hydraulic Jack and conventional at lowest on n cp 2T NEW
current rates. Terms to 2] REPOSSESSED Z>g and
Service Agant. HULL'S BRAKE T. V. SERVICE S. Z
SERVICE <. SUPPLY 1314 years. Will gladly discuss at no PROMPT DEPENDABLE atta far and 8, 10&12'WIDESalso SECTION'

Main FR 2-1497 obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Open 91* 6 Closed Wed. at 1 P.M. reer OI pms II
So'I'I W. KIRKPATRICK, Realtor Balance
round per
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE b 1 Machin m Seev.Ice .
2 Bedrooms Stove with light and fan
421V* N. W. lOth..Ph. 3723177 S t $ FOR OUR
Univ. Ph. 3765073.SUBLEASE
FRED B. ARNOLD Large living dining areaMasonery co art lin e W. CPERWe
1 REALTORFHA ., Venetian

Sun Want Ads i AND CONVENTIONALLOANS WINDOWS WINDOW cleaned CLEANING floors cleaned *S> Tiled Terrazzo tub and showers ..i Tile Large lawn 81ns with grass and need 2 tre this month 5 % AND 5 % SALE

Call for the best deal .
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 and waxed. houses washed. 10 Large doubt sliding door shrubbery V *

yrs. experience. Free estimatts. clt Insulated AtticS Building at
GLADYS Smith Raaltor. FHA Phone FR J-S9SJ. Closets S school and bus stop BUrS MOBILE HOMES.
and conventional loans. Lew Li CO 1 229 W. UNIV. AVE.
Get Results W. Univ. Ave 37?5393.vcars. Sun Want Ads TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. Next Door to Florid RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
13th St. at St. street
327-5322 Theatre. "
call 372.5321 O
intmaiit or
F. H. A. I LoansFOIDV'C. ,p
iv. all
,rkl a or cn. MAIN ST.
1132 S.
&. jCIATES INC. PHONE 372-0440 .

,; I f26 W. Univ.REALTORS S76-123 Get Results r'k nut UK e.l.s iatfc Urraea ,laft 1 block. week day.A* JH1 e.c

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1.i".T'; : '.;',.',. !
; fifth DISCOUNT PRiCE. ...
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V MAKESBUTTON ? rj tl wEya ya BLEND L.7filch COUPON C -____"


149.00 REG SANITARY99c
00 ONLY!
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A Value 68
Toasts even frozen bread..four slices' 5LB. EPSOM SALTS. 29
at a time...to any desired shade.Finished 77
in chrome with hinged bread tray. $14 AT The University In:

12 E. University A".. 376-1075 DELIVERY WITHIN 50,Ml. 13th STREET GAINESVILLE II
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$250 THIS
Beet&Onion WEEK ONLY I
soled Going Out of Business
Mashed Potatoes 5r TABLETS
COMPLETEYour 24 SALE 3 j .

Second Cup of Coffee or
5 5
Iced Tea Is Always Free
__ .e __ Months YOUR CHOICEOF
Lunch 11:30 a.m.to 2:05 p.m. L f.
Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m. Aca

-. "- -... _.. _J i To Pay
SAUTE ONIONS. ......,...... 49c and Quality five built fully and adjust dependable.air Features' twin blower movements (
vents insuring fast cool down. Ad- J
vanced engineering with easy to operate controls.
l r hr.
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AIR GAINESVILLE CONDITIONED SHOPPING CENTER FREE PARKING .r- "All Makes and Models Serviced" $1177 'Vil.T.G I*AJSrf- ;*SO- >'..,
Gainesville Shopping Center0 en Til 9|




I Ice Crushers REG. $595
BAN Deodorant 59C $7.95 CHESTSWITH




..... ...........u.... $309 LIMITED SUPPLY 30% OFF AONLL
OUR COST $1.50

VITALISLIST 7 t MONOURALLP REG. $5.98 .. .. .. .. . ... .. ..' $371 REMAININGSWIMMING .\j

: $1.01 RECORDS $100 NOW 99CLOR and
REMEMBER. :We Discount Every Item Every Day WITH Crisper $371 50 INCH TO 10 FOOT SIZE
We 2<> N.W. 16th AVE.
D EST PHFR 6-2bb1

9, W. UNIVERSITY DOWNTOWN 7 S.E. lit Ave. "On the Square" FR 6-5348 & CHf MICAL COMPANY 108 S. MAIN ST. 2.1455TUESDAY

You Can Count or* X s

HEIRESS PANTIES uE.wnue POLY Duality Costs !No MorO&i


PAIR 2 PRS. $118 Laundry Baskets

PLUS ONE PAIR FREE8e1L '"i .7 C 22c

1 .PER. OZ.

Charge it on Sears
'(PRE-CUT and PRE-WEIGHED) Revolving Charge Account j

2 Full ........ size with apes weave oUtt. .
PRICE Solid no drip bottom. Yellow or twrquoito.SoHsfoetion .

Guaranteed ,or Your Money leek
GAINESVILLE. SHOPPING CENTER SIZES 1/3 3/6x ,- 7/14 TEENS Shop at Sean 14 South -Main
B-L CHARGE or CEN rRAL CHARGE and Save Phone 372-8461

SHOP & SAVE 10 A.M. 9 P.M. Cinderella Tiny Town Youngtend "PLENTY OF FREE PARKING: 'STOltE't+ouRS: Tww. .'Ned.. Thuri*. 11... -f .jruto-1.30, -,.In..-

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