Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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MINNEAPOLIS Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota
_has been meeting with businessmen and bankers. Chicago, ON! WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY, Vol. 89, No. 25 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1964
ROJif DELIVERED: : : 4ie
New York and Washington, picturing himself as a mellow
moderate who regards the government's role in business as

I that of an umpire. IT FIGURES
The meetings were disclosed Monday by Humphrey's associates

who insisted that they were called >without President JACKSONVILLE ( The I
Johnson's knowledge. But they said that the President: had gota husband got the the Bryant Slaps Adams
"lot of favorable feedback by telephone and personal visits." wife got most of j

If Humphrey can go to the Democratic National Conventionin stamps in ,a Duval divorce
Atlantic City Aug. 24 with the blessing of an important sector settlement

of the business community, he will be in a formidable The stipulation, filed ia circuit

position for a vice-presidential bid. court, showed nine books of
He is already heir to much of the support that intellectualsgave trading stamps went to the
Adlai E. Stevenson. He is a trusted friend of the farmers, wife and eight books to the hus I
and even before he steered the civil rights bill through the band. For Educatl.on Blast

Senate he was a champion minorities. The couple's only child, a sev-
Further, despite his role in civil rights, he has many friends en-month-old daughter, was put I
among southern politicians, especially 'his colleagues in the in the husband's custody.School.

Senate.Navy Due RecallBy Disagrees

Shifts Budget With StateSecretary

CLIP CORMIERSun tal of about $16,000 the superin-

Education Writer tendent said.If .
School Supt. E. D. Manning More Teachers Possible the School Board goes along
Asia Forces Jr. announced this morning he with Manning's and Williams'srecommendation TALLAHASSEE (APGov..
Farris Bryant rebuked
will ask the School Board to at tomorrow's strongly
With Revised Tax Roll Secretary of State Tom Adams I
recall its 1964-65 budget be- meeting, Manning will ask the
cause of revisions in the county's State Board of Education to return today for his castigation of Florida's t
WASHINGTON (AP) In the wake of President higher education
tax roll.Manning the budget for a 30-day( extension -
Johnson's order beefing up U.S. naval forces off Communist Bryant read a prepared state-
said he and School Funds to pay the additional The budget was based on Tax period.
North Viet Nam, the giant U.S. aircraft ment
car- against Adams's
Board Chairman G. Hugh teachers would have come Assessor Pierce Smith's esti- This will be done by Thurs- remarksat
rier Constellation and three other American warshipsset Williams will ask the School from the board's reserves, mated tax roll of $106 million. day, Aug. 13, at which time an- a meeting of the Florida Cab-
sail from Kong today. inet.
Hone A U.S. spokesman in Hong Board to approve recalling the Manning said, depleting that Yesterday Smith announced the other public hearing will be held State School Supt. Thomas
budget at a special meeting tomorrow source from its intended pur- roll would be $109.5 million in- on the recomputed budget, Bailey was absent.
Kong said the four ships left according Adams said
last week Florida
fit 3:30: p.m. pose of serving emergencies stead.In Manning said.
to schedule. He declinedto
New Riots give their destination to Manning said the revised tax during the school year. addition, Manning said, the "It's not too unusual for State University President Gor-
if the or roll will add $66,500 to the budget The school board approved added revenue will enable the school boards to recall their don Blackwell resigned to as-
say Johnson's move was connectedwith making it possible to hire their budget last week aftera board to restore $1 per child in budgets after they have been sume the presidency of a much

Injure 18 In followed Sunday's announcementthat attack 12 additional teachers which will public hearing. It came to $8- the individual school budgets submitted to Tallahassee," smaller institution because of a
the on be needed in the first week of 368,809 of which $7,612,740 was which had been pared off in the Manning said. "I am confidentSee "frustration over the immaturity -
U.S. Maddox
destroyer by
three North Vietnamese school in September. for operations and maintenance. budget. This amounted to a to- ( BUDGET on Page 2)) of our system of higher education
Jersey City torpedo in Florida (and) out ofa
boats.In .
dispair over the unhealthy cli-
JERSEY CITY. N.J. (AP) advance of the departure of ';. +i,: i-n-----i mate for educational progressin
Bands of young Negroes, hurl- the four vessels, shore leave this state."

ing gasoline bombs, bricks and was canceled for officers and ;r r 't' \' Gov. Bryant said he vigorously -

bottles at policemen, surged crew, and the ships apparentlywere ... disagreed with Adams's state-

through Jersey City streets placed on alert. ment. The Governor cited several

again Monday night in a riot Besides the Constellation, -L5M facts in an effort to prove

that left two Negroes shot and they included the guided missile that Florida's system increased I
16 other persons injured. frigate Gridley, and the destroyers in size and caliber in recent
Preston and Fechteler. I
Police arrested seven Negroes
Meanwhile, U.S. officials here Bryant said the
on disorderly charges, on-campus
persons I
were watching to see if the Sun-
rollments of all state univer-
bringing to 20 the number of ar-
day attack was an isolated incident : sities I
rests since the fighting broke jumped from 24,000 in 1960
out Sunday night. or part of a hazardous new r { to an anticipate enrollment of
Communist strategy. 38,000 this fall. I
Early today, the hit-and-run They said it was difficult to a said however
Bryant that a
bands retreated from the
determine whether the sudden
60 per cent increase in four
streets, but more than 100 policemen attack Sunday, which left one of I
years posed problems of assim-
still patrolled a wide the three Red boats burning, .Y
-- adjustment, accommodation I
area of the predominantly Ne- was an accident, a misjudgmentor
gro section in the southern partof a deliberate provocation. Dr. Charles G. Hortenstine (second from right) appealed his county tax assess- and innovation that onlya
the city.Windows. If similar Red assaults are ProtestFree ment yesterday. Others are (from left) County Commissioners G. INI. Davis, Claude well-led university could
launched, bolstered American Brandon, Edgar Johnson and Tax Assessor J. Pierce Smith. (Sun photo by Tommy muster.
in of stores
a score "We owe a great deal to Dr.
) Story on Page 11.
.naval units in the Gulf of Tonkin
were smashed and some busi- Blackwell, his faculty and to the
nesses looted in the latest outbreak were prepared to carry out Board of Control for that lead-
President Johnson's orders to Funds ership," he said.
Drill Punches Hole
At a midnight press conference destroy any attacking ThroughTo The Governor also said the
The President announced to
more than three hours after state was engaged in a $100 mil-
Monday his shoot-to- For Work
the riot began, Mayor Thomas lion school building program.The .
kill orders to the Navy. Pre-
J. Whelan said he believedthe figure work in
Nine Entombed MinersCHAMPAGNOLE represents
viously orders had been for the
violence had "passed its naval units to defend them- On progress and on the drawing
peak. boards, he said.
selves but not necessarily to
But he reiterated his warning: In Adams's statement he
destroy the attacker.In (AP) The France He was taken to a military 1 p.m. without causing rock to ,
"We will use all the force and (AP) The first of nine miners said, "several or our finest jun-
Sunday's,clash, the Navy ambulance which sped off toward fall on the men.
power at our disposal to see that disclosed Monday, the destroyer University Board of Control'sarchitect trapped since July 27 in a lime- a hospital. Workers who had labored for ior college presidents as well as
law and order Is maintained. reported today that other top educators in our university ,
Maddox scored direct hit stone mine
a on was brought safelyto He appeared to be in good backbreaking hours in the res- I
He said he was prepared to sit one of the PT boats with a five- $100 million in actual and the surface today.A health but seemed dazed and cue effort at Mt. Rivel rushed system have recently resigned -

down with civil rights but leaders the inch gun. The Communist craft planned construction was under metal rescue capsule rose for a moment held his hands forward as the drill suddenly for just" such (frus-

"anytime, anywhere" later was strafed by aircraft way for Florida universities and slowly to the surface from a over his eyes until the dark dropped several yards. It had tration) cause.
first problem was maintainingorder. from the carrier U.S.S. Ticon- junior colleges. depth about 250 feet where the glasses were fitted over his been inching slowly downwardin Bryant said Adams's "state-
deroga and left burning in the miners have waited to be freed. final stages of the rescue ef- ment "simply is not true.
Whelan said the situation in water. The Maddox was not Architect Forrest Kelly did eyes. (See MINERS, on Page 2)) Bryant said that since he be-
Jersey City, across the Hudson damaged and no American sail- not elaborate on the amount They were trapped by a fall Eight other ambulances stood came governor, only one junior
River from New York City, was ors were hurt. proposed.The of rock, and rescue teams by to take each man to the hos- college president quit the Florida .
worked day and night to free pital for a physical check and UF
one of "hooliganism versus law U.S. Defense and State De- Sets UpCenter system "out of 30 institu-
and order." The city has 275,000 partment officials believe the report came before the them. for reunion with families. tions," Bryant said. "That is remarkable -

residents, 17 per cent of whomare PT boat sank. A reconnaissanceflight Cabinet .after members ques The first man out was Andre Although Jacques stood up in record."

Negroes.The over the area, in International tioned a board of control request Jacques, 28. the capsule, he was put on a For "At that rate, it will be 100
two Negroes who were waters 30 miles off North for release of more than Abut sun blazed down on the stretcher and carried to the years before we have a com-

shot and an unidentified white Viet Nam, found no trace. of the $2 million for planned work at tree studded mountainside ambulance.A plete turnover (in junior col-
four state institutions.The Water
man who was reportedly craft. where the lift derrick towered giant drill punched throughto StudyUniversity lege presidents.)"

dragged from his truck and Adm. U.S. Grant Sharp, top board said it wanted the above the escape hatch drilled the entombed miners early The Governor also took sharp
stabbed by Negroes were the U.S. military commander in the money from a $75 million uni- into the rocky ground. this afternoon. Jacques came to of Florida Pres- issue with Adams's comment

only injured persons detained at Pacific, said today, "The last versity construction bond trust Dark glasses were fitted over the surface about three hours ident J. Wayne Reitz today di- that "our educational system is

the Jersey City Medical Center. time.we. saw it, it was in fund. The request was granted.The Jacques' eyes' as he stepped later. rected the immediate establish- like a rudderless! ship drifting
All three were reported in good flames. I don't know if it sank Cabinet released $659,616for from the rescue capsule into the Mine officials said the 23- ment of a Water Resources Re- erratically but with increasing
condition.See but the chances are pretty good planning and $2,164,150 for sunlight after a week of gloom inch drill ground through the search momentum toward an uncer- I
( RIOTS on Page 2)) (See MADDOX on Page 2)) (See FUNDS on Page 2)) with only artificial lighting. final shell of rock shortly before at the Universityto tain goal."
"develop a well'coordinated Bryant said, "This is not so."

water resources research program "We have been guided by the
aimed at meeting those master plan of the council for
I Newsman 'Diplomat9 in ShowdownRusk problems of greatest significance the study of higher education I

to the State of Florida." enunciated in 1955 and really

He appointed Dr. E. R. Hend- have only one problem In that

WASHINGTON (AP) U.S.- at sea had altered course, but be interested in a solution to the asked Scali to tell Mr. X was arriving at the White rickson, professor of civil engi- regard. We have almost fulfilled

Soviet messages relayed by an the missile site building in Cuba crisis in which the Soviets removed that the U.S. government "sees House. neering, as acting director. those goals." .
American newsman and a Soviet was continuing full speed. the missiles; they al- real possibilities" in the proposition The next day the Kremlin reversed Congress passed the Water Bryant said Adams noted at
agent helped score a break Mr. X, one of Scali's news lowed'U.N. inspectors to super- and to suggest that gov- its line and broadcast a Resources Research Act in July the conclusion of his statementlast
I through in the darkest hours of contacts at the Soviet embassy, vise the pullout; they pledgednot ernment representatives could Khrushchev note reneging on its which provides for the estab- week that in recent yearsa
the Cuban missile crisis, according telephoned the correspondent to reintroduce the missiles work the matter out at the Unit- proposals of the night before. lishment of state water resources logical pattern of institutionalSee
to a former U.S. intelli- asking for an immediate 'lunch and America publicly pledgednot ed Nations. Time is very urgent Rusk asked Scali to see Mr. X research institutes and auth- ( BRYANT on Page 2))

gence official. eon date. Over a luncheon tablein to invade Cuba. ," Rusk emphasized.While again to find out what hap- orizes $75,000 during this fiscal

Roger Hilsman, State Depart- a downtown restaurant he Scali promptly reported this Scall was relaying this pened. The Soviet official had year for the support of each. Center
ment intelligence chief at the quickly got to the point to Hilsman and Secretary of ward to Mr. X in a coffee shop changed his tune, too. Scali accused The act specifies that such cen- Shop
time of the October 1962 con- The Russian asked Scali to State Dean Rusk. Rusk said this that evening, a secret cable him of a "stinking double ters will be established in one

frontation, discloses in an arti- find out at once from his friendsin was the, first direct word that from Soviet Premier Khru- cross" and said the United land grant institution of each Zone Bid
cle for the Aug. 25 issue of Look the State Department whether the Soviets might be thinking of shchev to Kennedy also indicating States was absolutely deter- state. The University of Florida
and Florida A & M both
magazine that American Broad- the U.S. government would a deal. a willingness to negotiate (See CUBA on Page 2)) are
land grant institutions in Flor
casting Company correspondentJohn -.L Is Denied

A. Scali was the Americanin ida.In establishing the center, 1
the unofficial cOmmunica- '. Reitz appointed a general policy A lequest for shopping center -

tions link. committee composed of the ioning for property on N.E.
The Russian was identified CRISIS WITHIN A CRISISWASHINGTON deans of the Colleges of Arts 39th Avenue at NE 15th Street

only as "Mr. X," a senior Soviet and Sciences, Engineering, and owned by Hugh Edwards was
official who headed Soviet intel- (See UF on Page 2)FIND turned down by the Gainesville

ligence in the United States. (AP) An U2 reconnaissance plane deep for its return flight, and was at "The implications were ob- City Commission last night
Other sources said "Mr. X" American U2 plane strayed over inside Soviet territory bad in that moment over the Soviet vious and horrendous,'* he said. L The denial followed ojt
since has left the Russian embassy the Soviet Union during the itself 'caused a crisis in 1960. Union. "The Soviets might well regard jections from the Alachua
here.Hilsman height of the Cuban missiles The United States discontinued "Soviet fighter planes had this U2 flight as a last-minute WHERE TO County school board and S. M.

now teaching at 'confrontation and caused "a crisis : the flights over the Soviet Union scrambled.: The U2 pilot had intelligence reconnaissance in WalL adjacent property own
Columbia University, reported: within the crisis," accordingto after. that but has continued to gone on the air- in the clear preparation for nuclear war." IT ers.In
By Friday, Oct. 26, of the former State Department intelligence use the planes in other areas. to call for help. American fighters other zoning action last

fateful week, the nuclear antag- chief Roger Hilsman. in Alaska had also scram- Kennedy, reported Hilsman, Comics . . 13 night the commission approvedfour
onists were eyeballtoeyebalLPresident Hilsman, one of the Kennedy ,,Hilsman 'wrote ''that ,during bled and were attempting to "gave a short laugh that broke Classified 14-17 requests, denied two
Kennedy had de- Administration insiders 'during crucial hours of the Cuban af- rendezvous with the U2 to escortit the tension. There is always Entertainment 14 others and tabled another ron-

manded a pullout of the Soviet the October 1962 episode -discloses fair: home." some so-and-so,' he said, 'who Obituaries . 2 in? change request on NW 5th

missiles from Cuba and ordereda the details in an article "An American U2, on a routine Hillman said that when he got doesn't get the word."' Opinion Page . 4 Avenue pending a plan board

"nav 1 blockade. The Kremlin for the Aug. 25 issue of Look air-sampling mission be- the news he ran upstairs the Eventually, wrote Hilsman, Sports . 9-11 study of the area, including future -
had publicly rejected Kennedy's magazine. tween Alaska and the North White ,House to tell President the U2 made it back to base S Women's .. . 7 plans for widening tot

JCV'"m"tlnn.Some Soviet ships The downing of t high-flying Pole had picked the wrong>star Kennedy. safely. street.

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AMY ADDISON Survivors include her husband : '

MELROSE Services for Walter; two daughters, : ,...'.. '',.."-' .... In the BagSACRAMENTO COMMISSION From Page 1 !

Mrs. Amy Baldwin Addison, 45, Charlotte Linda Addison and C \.\

of Melrose, will be Thursday at Diane Carol Addison; two sis ZONES \___ ._ Calif. (AP- _.....__>Wi.N.x =. :<;:;:;;__ ;;v... construction.The !!

11 a.m. at Eliam Cemetery.The ters, Mrs. Veda E. Woodruff, A Clear to partly cloudy and Pierre Salinger appeared certain -I money will_ be used for I

housewife and former Orlando; and Mrs. Jewell B. tat through afternoorf Wednesday and evening with: thunder isolatedmostly >\ to be named today to fill Sewer Need I The action followed a discus- work at the University of Flor-

beautician died at her home Henderson, Jacksonville; and showers. Lowest 72 to 78 tonight. High- ,.L t %,,, out the U.S. Senate term of the sion by the commission three ida, Florida State University, I
est In the 90s Wednesday. Variable )
this morning after suffering an several nieces and nephews. winds S to 15 miles per hour. IL late Clair Engle of California. Study ApprovedEngineering weeks ago over the request of ,the, UniyersJty of South Florida, :I

apparent heart attack. Jones Johnson Fun e ral B C D consultants were a motel firm interested in-locat- I Florida Atlantic University and i
Partly cloudy The appointment of the for- the Road ,
Mrs. Addison was a lifetime Home is in charge of arrange- through Wednesday with wide- mer White House press secretary -approved by the ,Gainesville interchange.The ing near Newberry 'in east central Florida for the '

resident of Melrose. ments. ly scattered afternoon thun- was expected at the regu- City Commission last night to matter was referred to a University of Florida Engineering 'I

dershowers. Low study the feasibility of extend- College extension. .
KITTIE WEIMERMrs. tonight in lar Tuesday morning news con- commission committee fo r ;
the 70s. High Wednesday 90 ference of Democratic Gov. Edmund ing city sewer lines beyond the study. -

St. Augustine Kittie M. Weimer of St. to 94. Mostly northwest winds G. Brown. city limits to the 1-75 New-

Petersburg, 85, mother of Rae 5 to 15 miles per hour. berry Road interchange. Two weeks ago Health Director ..- More About !

Cases 0. Weimer, director of the They returned together Monday Com m is s loners emphasizedthey Dr. Ed Byrne.appeared before 1j j
Rights E. F.H.I fair
University of Florida School of Wednesday except- Generally for few afternoon through .,. ., from funeral services in are reluctant to break the the board to support the

Due Journalism and Communications thundersnowers.High Wednesday Low 90 c tonight to 94.In Variable the 70s. Red Bluff, Calif., for Engle, who city's policy limiting city utility sewer extension. He cited exist- Cuba

HearingJACKSONVILLE died Tuesday following a mostly hour.G. west winds 5 to 12 milts per GAINESVILLE WEATHER died Thursday. The popular services to areas within the city ing drainage problems, noting

Democrat. had five months remaining -limits where the cost of development in area would create -
long illness. Brief services will J Generally fair through Wed- -Muicipal Airport readingsfor except
(AP) Two< be held "in St. Petersburg followed nesday except for few local showers. 24 hours to & a.m. today: to serve of his first. the extension is shared. serious health hazards if From Page 1
Low tonight in th,70s. High Wednesday
major legal actions in whichSt. by. cremation. 88 to 90. Variable winds 5 to High 92 atI p.m., low 74 at Senate term. Last night the commission spetic tank systems are used.
Augustine Negroes seek fed- 12 miles per hour. and Eidsness mined to get the missiles out of
The Black Crow
have the ,
Mrs. Weimer also is survived K Partly cloudy through Wednes- 5 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. agreed to engineering
eral court backing for their civil day with widely scattered showers. ELSEWHERE Reports circulated that Salin- consulting firm of Black, Crow study will include the cost of Cuba.
by,her husband,. Curtis, E. Wei- Low tonight 76 to 80. High Wednes- would be in
rights activities are scheduled High Low Precp. ger sworn and Eidsness Inc. the the proposed extension as wellas Again the Russian presuma-
mer' of St Petersburg, and day M Variable winds 3 to 15 miles study pro-I
Jacksonville 93 77
for hearing Thursday.. Her older per hour. Miami 99 79 Wednesday in Washington, D.C. posed extension. engineering data.er bly sent back word to the Kremlin -
One action asks that County five grandchildren. MARINE FORECAST. Tampa 92 n Brown is to fly to the nation's while Kennedy was making
EAST GULF west winds 5 a
the late Claud R. Weimer : Mostly Atlanta 90 72 .46 I
Judge Charles C. Mathis Jr., son, to 15 knots through Wednesday." Wide New Orleans 92 77 Capitol the same day for a din- formal public reply to the Fri
Sheriff L. 0. Davis and Chief of formerly was associate editorof ly scattered showers Boston 70 54 ner with President Johnson. proposition.
CEDAR KEY TIDES New York 76 57 -
the St. Times. Buck
Police Virgil Stuart be restrained Wednesday High at 12.29 a.m. and WashingtonChicago 7? 63 1.25 Engle's illness propelled Sal Housewives
Sunday morning Khrushchev
She was a native of Seward, 11:03 p.m. Low at 5:11 am. and 6:15 98 76
from interfering with _D,m., Denver 89 60 inger into the June California announced he had ordered the
integration activities.The Neb., had lived in Mason City, primary on the last possible offensive '

other suit asks orders restraining Neb., Columbus, Ohio, and day. The 39-year-old onetimeSan arms withdrawn. The I

Ku Klux Klan Ancient Gainesville, before moving to Gorilla From Francisco Tree eventual settlement followed 'I
the Slips Cage, newspaper reporter Choppers much of the formula set forth In '
City Hunting Club and.U: Petersburg 10 years' ago. toppled State Controller the first Scali-Mr. X meeting.
She w member of the Pasadena -
individuals from interfering Alan Cranston to win a bitterly
with efforts to carry ,out'the :Community :Church of Stirs Up a Fuss at Zoo contested Democratic nomination ELMONT, N.Y. (AP-House-) an hour, forced the workmento That evening with the back of

civil rights act., Treasure Island. for Engle's seat. wives pushing baby carriages give up for the day. the crisis broken, Mr. X met

A ruling is.' :pending ,on- another CHICAGO (A) Sinbad the from the building and called for Salinger's Republican foe In have routed the tree choppersin Town officials were not avail- Scali for the last time. ""The information -

phase heard last.:weet in More About I gorilla nursed a hangover to- the police riot squad. November, former movie actor the first skirmish over the able for comment."I you supplied, he told I
", of Evans Avenue. have nothing against drain- the newsman, "was very valuable -
: shade trees
asked .
which injunctions -were like else not
.. day, just anyone At one time only a screen George Murphy, urged Brown to the chairman in
against operators or:16'r: staur used to being out on the town. door separated the powerful an- Monday night to appoint some- Town officials of this Long Island age pipes or new curbing said him make his mind helping"

ants and mot Ordered In compliance .One of the largest gorillas in imal from complete freedom."If one other than the former press community want to widen Mrs. Fox. "It's just that we up quickly.
Bryant moved out to the suburbs be- Scali was an Associated Press
with 'the'new' law. captivity, the 6-foot, 500-pound() secretary to Presidents Kenne- lined with oaks and
he had come out we would the streets,
like the country at- newsman before joining ABC in I
Several businessmen testified cause we
Sinbad slipped out of his'cag have had to have him killed," dy and Johnson. elms that stand between the
dis 1962
from mosphere, which is rapidly prior to the missile show-
complying 20(
they were prevented Monday and romped through
: said Gene Hartz, assistant zoo Murphy contended Salingerisn't sidewalks and the pavement.The down.
by activities of militant From Page 1 minutes of freedom, his first appearing.
director. "There was nothing to legally qualified to serve women of Elmont, manyof "This whole thing started
segregationists. since coming to Lincoln Park! keep him in but a screen door For an interim appointment. It them refugees from the con-

the Amended upcoming complaints actions were In filed both emerged components in of Florida.higher! ..education. Zoo Sinbad in 1948 confined as an infant.his wander- and he could have taken it right took a battle that went to the crete canyons of New York City, heard months that ago the, when streets we in a first 22- More About
along with him. U.S. Supreme Court to get Sal- want to preserve the greenery. block south of the
Monday. They added or deleted Bryant said he .agreed with ings to the inner corridor of'the area Hemp-
: Hartz eventually felled Sinbad inger onto the primary ballot. I They moved out in force Mon- stead Turnpike were going to
names of plaintiffs and defen- the secretary. The Governor monkey house, but alarmed zoo II Riots
by firing dose of
a 200-mllligram I be widened.
dants. officials'evacuated 75
claimed the pattern emerged be- persons
The National States Rights cause of dedicated and capable tranquilizer into his shoulder. More About day.Mrs.. Charles Spanier stationed "We understood then that

Party and its vice presidential faculties working under the More AboutMaddox Five hours after the injection herself under a con- some of the trees would have to From Page 1 ,

candidate, J. B. Stoner of At- l leadership of university presI- Sinbad was up and around. demned tree, looked up at a go, but there would be enoughroom o \

lanta, were dropped as defen- dents, the Board of Control,'and "He'll have a pretty bad BudgetFrom workman and said: between the sidewalk and The Negroes were identified

dants.In the Board of Education, .of hangover but that's about all," 'If you cut off one more the curb to plant new ones if we as Louis Mitchell, in his early20s

addition, two new removal which Adams is a member. Hartz said.Sinbad's branch, you'll have to drop it on wanted to. But, when the man and John Dudley, 21, Mitch- _

petitions were filed, seeking fed- Bryant said, "I have long From 1 freedom began aftera Page 1 my head to get rid of it." came around last Friday to ell had a wound in his neck and

eral court jurisdiction instead of Page keeper momentarily left his 2 The workman climbed down. mark the trees that were to be shoulder and Dudley suffered a
been of chancellor -
St. Johns County Court in cases an exponent a cage door open while cleaning.The the Pushing their infants in frontof cut, he marked all but four in flesh wound on his forearm.
State .
and Department of Education
for state
system our ( ) it did. He said there were no
where 14 Negroes were arrest- gorilla lumbered down a them, a dozen housewives led the whole area and told us that Authorities said they could
grant us the 30
look forward with to casualties day
North Vietnamese
eagerness hallway into a kitchen where by> Mrs. Hope Fox surrounded a the curbs would be right next to not determine
ed.A the decision of the people on "that we know of, but there is extension. immediately how
Four workers lunch
dozen juveniles want removal were fixing truck that was to haul away the sidewalk. had been
Permission they shot.
also will have to
of cases stemming from the creation of a board of reg- no way of telling. for animals in the monkey the dismembered trees. They "Solid cement! Imaginethat
described come from the Cabinet! which Monday night's riot broke
ents for Florida. The State Department out
De house."I U1r.he
their sit-in at the Ponce sits clogged Evans Avenue and, aftTobacco !
the engagement as an as the State Board of Ed- about 8:45: as Negro leaders -
The issue is constitutional p.m.
Leon Hotel March 31. In the regents a never had an ape in my
attack" and said it ucation, but Manning said this were meeting with
amendment scheduledfor 'unprovoked Mayor
kitchen before said
other case, two men say they ; Barney
would be a if State
were arrested as they sat out- consideration at the Nov. 3 was sending a protest to the Gisuti, 54. "I looked twice. TheA Whelan and other city officialsat
Communist North Vietnamese Supt. Thomas D. Bailey approved Prices City Hall. The ended
side the St. Johns County court- general election. I went out the front door. the
when of the riot reached
government. reports
house and were accused of attempting "Like the secretaryAdams
Department spokesmen rejected -. Under state law, budgets must the mayor's office. A
to incite prisoners to ( )," Bryant said'I"I am North Vietnamese. More About be in to Tallahassee by the end leader said nothing
was accomplished -
disobedience or revolt. not content with higher education -
charges that American planes of the first week in August. Holding Ground at the meeting.
in Florida today. My discontent -, About three the Ala- ,
and ships had attacked its terri years ago
The trouble
however, is not be- I UF chua: board had to recall their began, police
Due in recent days.
Senate tory
said when
Negroes hurled
cause too little has been donein Secretary of State Dean Rusk: I budget> for revision, Manningsaid HIGH SPRINGS Sales of bulk of marketing again rocks
at at Grand
the past, but because so and Secretary of Defense Rob- although he couldn't recall I flue-cured tobacco on the High cars
To Vote On much remains to be done in the the circumstances were primings, nondescript and and Woodward streets, near the
traveled to on that
ert S. McNamara From 1 Springs market today promised -
future." Page occasion. I lugs as sales volumes increased. -scene of the fighting Sunday
Capitol Hill to bring senate to strike an average of

Aid Cuts : leaders up to date on the devel- Law and the provost for agri- this"I'm turn very of pleased events "indeed he said.at i more than 60 cents a pound. night.Some youths standing on the

More AboutMiners opments. culture.In "We in for i The opening of the market at Gross sales opening the week roof of a two-story apartment
were a real scramble
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. After the closed meeting Rusk
addition Warehouse
he directed the the Big Dollar saw
finding teachers otherwise." totaled 18,204,000 pounds and building bombarded a police car
Wayne Morse said the Senate was asked by newsmen if he establishment of a "Users Ad- whole crops not just isolated t;
The with bricks while their colleagues -
voting today on his still thought the attack was an superintendent declined to averaged $52.20 a hundred. Volume ,
may begin visory Committee" which is to piles going for 68 cents a on street level tried to
name schools where the 12 additional
cut $500 mil isolated incident. He'replied: was much lighter but the
proposals to over include representatives of principal wund.Yesterday's. overturn another vehicle.
teachers will police !
lion from the $3,466,700,000 for "That remains to be seen. But organizations such as the go, saying average rose $3.93 over the comparable
Police escorted buses
he through ,
preferred to wait until the t
eign aid authorization bill. we are all deadly serious about Florida Engineering Society, the sales at High
From Page 1 final need was established in totaled 324,148 poundsfor period last year when the area and fired several shotsin
The Oregon Democrat, lead- this. Florida Board of Conservation, Springs
September. 32,102,000 pounds were sold. the air. A crowd of over 100
the Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- a return of $190,632.98. The
ing off the fight against the Florida Soil Conservation Society
fort to avoid collapsing the ceiling Manning said in addition to cents The Stabilization Corp. received -youths then gathered on Woodward -
House-passed measure, called Ga., chairman of the Senate and others. This committee average price was 58.81 \
of the mine chamber. the extra 4.3 cent of Street and hurled
operating funds, the per opening gasoline
"a Armed Services Committee, increase of about two cents
aid colossal "will in an
the foreign help identifying
program Immediately after the break- both Rusk and $3.5 million added to the tax week's sales, compared to 8.4 bombs and other missiles at
failure deterrent tocommunism" told newsmen problems and in developing over the Friday average.A
as a
through, rescue workers began seemed to think the I. pro- roll means the School Board can the market per cent for the same period three dozen helmeted policemenwho
in a 2hour McNamara grams of research toward their spokesman for
setting up a hoisting rig to be cut the millage on the intereston last year. stood their ground at the
clash was an isolated incident. solution he said. being received
said prices
speech Monday. ,
used to bring the men to the the sinking fund from 2 millsto Grand Street intersection One
He told newsmen he planneda South Viet Nam's premier,, Reitz said the new center will today are indicative that the
surface one at lime in a spe- 1.8 mills. TIN SUPPLIER officer suffered burns.
Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, declared better coordination of is outstandingand
batch of other amendments permit ex quality this year
cial metal Interest
capsule. payments on the sink- The policemen, armed with
in Saigon the United isting and direct the the tobacco has plenty -
aimed at "reforming" foreignaid programs that
Mayor Andre Socie reportedthat States should follow the PT ing funds, which is retiring an Malaya, part of the Federation shotguns and 38-caliber revolvers -
up I of water
and would seek roll- expansion programs on
policies electronic soundings taken old bond issue, comes to $20- of weight. of Malaysia, produces a fired volleys. It was during
boat attack with firm steps
research in order
them later in the resource to
call votes on Monday night raised the chance 000 a year.Manning. Season sales through yes third of the world's supply of this period that the Negroes suffered -
North Viet Nam.
week. But he said he was ready against I assure the State of a water supply Mar-
that three of the five ,men Maddox said he had also discussed terday at the High Springs tin. the shotgun wounds.
said the
Navy sufficient in and
for voting on his money-cutting. trapped-in other parts' of the quantity recalling the budget with ket totaled 889,594 pounds fora #
opened fire on the patrol boats quality' to meet the require- ,
proposals. mine might still be alive. Ear William S. Talbot, the superin- return of $509,373.53. The High
Whether voting could start apparently lier soundings had produced no only after the Reds ignored I ments of its expanding popula- tendent elect, and that Talbotwas Springs market is expected to
shots and contin-
warning tion.
depends on_ the speed results.As in agreement with the ac go over the million-pound mark Guaranteed \
with which the Senate acts on the American-made ued sweeping in on their torpedoruns. ; "This program is to attack the tion. today in season sales. i
giant ;
an interest equalization tax water resource problems of Florida -
oil drill inched down through the The PT boats launched three I

measure which ,temporarily last feel'of the escapeshaft, the torpedoes and several 37-milli "on Reitz the broadest possible Copy for HSTINDEPENDENCE VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP) -.
sidetracked the foreign aid bill front, said. Chinch !
Monday.The engineers above ground were inconstant meter cannon shells at the Mad- The Center will also intensifythe Gains in Georgia Florida flue- BugControl i44z

tax measure would levyan telephone contact with dox but missed. I training of scientists in the Mo. (AP) cured tobacco prices outnum-

excise purchases of for Andre Martinet, foreman of the "The other side got a sting fields of water and of resources Former President Harry S. bered losses by about 2 to 1

securities on Americans.. It shift marooned at the bottom. out of this" Rusk said. "If they which affect water.General Truman was presented a according to first reports this:;

eign by Rescue officials said the do it again they'll get another framed copy of Senate Resolu- week by the Federal State
is designed to reduce the drainof
men's morale and physical con- sting." tion No. 78 by Sen. ClaibornePell Market News Service. J
U.S. funds to overseas coun- DiesSAN
dition were excellent. D-R.I. Variations amounted to only!
STILL THERE? By Florida Pest Control fir Chemical Co.
Martinet anxious The resolution last hundred pounds Mondayand
tries.Morse accused aid ad- kept an eye passed $1 per I
foreign inef. on the roof of the mine, watch- The time capsule at the 1939 FRANCISCO (AP) year, allows former presidentsto a few more bids of $69 and The increasing seriousness of Chinch Bug damage to Gamesci -

ministrators" of "shocking ing for another rock fall that World's Fair in New York was Retired Brig. Gen. William K. speak on the Senate floor. $70 a hundred were noted thanon yUle lawns and the extensive costs of resodding has prompted .
ficiency. VlacNulty, a Marine Corps combat 'I Pest Control & Chemical Co. to offer homeowners in this
Truman the first take of offerings
could put him and his men in buried in a 50-foot( shaft, surrounded was to Friday. Quality
He condemned "handing out i veteran of both world wars area a MONTHLY inspection ond SPRAY program designed
and with the I new danger. by pitch and concrete., advantage of it when he ad- improved as the percentage to prevent serious damage from Chinch Bugs to St. Augustine
who commanded the Marine
money weapons dressed the Senate on his 80th of cutters and smoking leaf lawns. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. will give you a
idea they will promote political garrison on Guam that was birthday anniversary May 8. slightly increased. written agreement to perform the following services.

stability, or keep friendly gov- overrun by Japanese in World ,

ernments in power, or prop upa Cyclist, 80, Crosses U. S., War II, died Monday of a heart 1 Make least once inspections monthly.and (applications More often of if chinch necessary.bug spray) at

bloated military establish- attack. He spent nearly four WHAT?
ment in a foreign country. .o' In 86 Days 'Bucking Wind'SAN rears in Japanese prison: Add fungicidal materials along with regular application

The Senate Foreign Relations camps. He won the Silver Star 2. of chinch bug spray.

Committee recommended the I FRANCISCO (AP) It left. for his pat in five major battlesin I

$3,516,700,000 authorization requested -took; Lyman Frain Sr. 86 daysto I Frain was met at the bridge- World War I. He was 73. WE Add a suitable soluble fertilizer along with regular oppll-

by President Johnsonbe : pedal his bicycle from New which he wasn't allowed to 3. cation cf chinch bug spray.

reduced by only $50 million. York's Times Square to San cross on the bicycle-by bridge _

The House has approved the authorization Francisco's Golden Gate officials and his son, Donald, Gainesville Sun ALL AT A NOMINAL FEE!

by the full amount Bridge, and he was a little off 35 electronics of
an designer This should keep St. Augustine law,,. fr.. from
asked for, but in acting on the schedule."I San Jose. Published evenings except MOVED !
and the resultant and cost most homeowners
Saturday, and Sunday morn- Chinch Bugs damage -
follow-up appropriations bill figured to make it a little He said he made the trip, on the Gainesville Publishing
ings by -
which provides the funds for the faster," said the 80-year-old a diet of orange juice and Comoony at 101 SE less money than they have previously spent on s poorly

program while the authorizationsets Philadelphian, "but I was bucking steaks, because cycling was. 2nd Place, Gainesville FJorid!:. yes we have moved out of our old( location planned control program.

only the ceiling cut foreign those west winds all the good for his health. ond matter entered at the as Post second Office class or into a brand new home to serve you better. We MANY GAlNZSVlLl.fr LAWNS HAVE ALREADY BEEN

aid to $3,316,572,400. way." "Most men of 60 sit down in Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION now carry a large choice of all the gardening FOUND INFESTED WITH CHINCH BUGS.

The aging but hearty cyclist the old rocking chair and rock supplies and equipment to help you have a better DON'T TAKE CHANCES. CALL NOW FOR

Egg Market finished his trip Monday. He themselves into the grave," he CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY garden lawn and nope Be sure to visit us soon.

said he pedaled 3,244 miles on said. "But they'd live 10 or 20 I 1 Week .45 fREE ESTIMATES!

JACKSONVILLE AP) The his 12-speed French bicycle, years longer if they'd take up.i 3 Mos. $5.87

Northeast Florida Egg Market equipped with an extra-low gear bicycling. If it wasn't for this I All mail subscriptions must jI The Kifgore Seed Company :

prices to retailers: for mountains."I bicycle, I wouldn't be alive to- be paid in advance.

Extra large 42tt 48, mostly feel pretty proud of what day." ,J! Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of Division of Asgrow Seed Company LLLLiW Gttut !

45-48; large 40"5, mostly 42; I've just done," he said. "I'm Frain said he averaged 40;

medium 33-37, mostly 36-37: ; the first man my age to ever miles a day but clocked 109,! the All material property contained of the Gainesville herein' Is NOW AT 't ) fr CHIMICAL COMFANr

mall 25K-29; mostly 28. ride a bike from ocean to miles one day down the western Publishing Company. (c) 194. JI, 20 N.W. 16th AYE.
Reproduction In whole In 1315 N.W. 16th AVE. 6-6489
Poultry at farms: fryers 13tf; ocean. I just wanted to provean slope the Continental Di- U strictly .forbidden without or part the i 376-2661-

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t daterotlk.: inn !I I Europe Deserves Facts I

j: "- THE J By RICHARD WILSON --firmness and that It corresponds about the weakness of the U.S. ble with us Americans, 'pok4:-

Chief, Cowles Washington to the Dulles Eisenhower and the missile gap in, order itics is that we tend to P f..
H I II Bureau policy. The other pointis to arouse people to vote for winning ahead of everything- I
i .. HARRISON PrtildtntPvMishWj en/
: JOHN PAT COWLIJ Vie PresF SOUTH WASHINGTON, D. C. that he does not advocate him for president The trou- else. W "I
IFlorida's dent It JOHNSON, vice PNlIdIlll Perhaps never before has Eu- that field commanders be permitted r -
Beautiful .M tMCWtlV MltM7 W. a. (Ml) ropean concern over an American to exercise discretionin ON THE RIGHT.
University City MlftSOLI Director Viet 101'ml TARTAOUONfcViet (dint end AIvtrtIIlnt I By RALPH :McGILL I presidential election the use of nuclear weapons.He .
Fmlitatr run WtnalafOf ?ebnsea his to
confines advocacy
frankly expressed.
rmMMt aM CirtuliU! Mall" ike AtlttU. (G*.) C..IU'-UM so
Americans are reacting to giving specifically to General Rockefeller'sManeuver
THE SUN'S POLICY this concern about as mightbe Lemnitzer at the NATO com-
mand greater latitude in the
I. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. ImprovedPublic expected. .
.ditorUU. It does not make much use of tactical weapons.
2. Exprtu the opinions of the Sun In-but only In- .
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issuts. sense that the European at- If Senator Goldwater Is
titude toward this election sincere, if his policy is the
The Sun's ttltphonts: All D.partm.nts-371-S441 should be resented in this Dulles Eisenhower policy,
Want Adt-376-4672. country, any more than it then it should not be forgot- ,-_. -. -
would make much sense if we ten that President Eisenhower The Conservative Party of Goldwater. Surprise Imagine
were to be governed In our was involved in a very extensive New York State finds itself in Rockefeller wanting to hurt

Sanctions Against Cuba choice of a president by Eu- effort, which collapsed the eye of a hurricane. It Is Goldwater.But .
ropean attitudes. to come to a better understanding the only right wing politi- the whole episode Is important
THE INTEREST of Europeans with Russia. cal party that has succeededin beyond the narrow lim-
It took six days instead of the der the. 1947 mutual assistance MoralityThat
economic is justifiable because the NOR SHOULD it be forgotten getting itself on the ballot itations of Mr. Young's polit-
planned four' to complete the work. treaty, and diplomatic Interests of so many of them that the central theme of to some practical politicalend. ical understanding. It is two

of the Organization of American sanctions are obligatory-if voted are bound to our Interests. Dulles' policy was that In the In 1962, its founding weeks since the national Re-
foreIR"m1nlst by a two-thirds .majority, as this public morality today, General De Gaulle to the passage of time Russian poppy year, it took 150,000 voters publican Party decided to en-
States meeting- was, so they may yet come around. especially'political morality, contrary, the leadership of would soften if the United from Mr. Rockefeller, precipitating dorse the standards of the
Washington--"the most important is an improvement on the the Western world lies:In the States remained calm and his political decline.Its Conservative Party of New

inter-American,meeting ever held, But'one attempt to achieve unani past is hardly to be questioned. United States and so long as firm. These were not the at mission in New York York, whose two founders appear -
'' The improvement h a s It does the opinion of those titudes of reckless and impatient State is to provide countervailing to be better wired into
U. S. Secretary of State Dean'Ruskcalled mity was Argentina's proposal that
whom lead must' be men. the Re-
we re pressure on the future than Mr. Young
it.Much the Americas forget the economic grown out of experiences, spected.But They were the same policies publican Party sufficient to is, or his boss, neither of
sanctions and threaten instead to some of them shocking. this Is no reason to which lay behind the missile counteract the critical pres- whom has learned that you

otthe, ,time was.spent Ui.aneffort take jmilitary action if Cuba conDinner Teddy Roosevelt's years will say that European fears are confrontation with the Soviet sure of New York's Liberal cannot set the clock back. Wa

to,:i eUunanimouiagreement:: i t :;: :*:its:.aggression._ ? :against-. anyrmtrtn7irr.the offer .an, _example. Teddy attacked -, supportable. Meaningful Eu- Union and the landing of Party on the Democratic Par- have in New York, then, sim-
... opinion, that is, the American troops in Thailandin another of
: ropean ply power struggle
on sanction& agalne Cu"or.amug:: hemisph.ere The,:Prow "The Trusts." He moved ty.For
opinion of the leaders, is the Kennedy administration, those who came in late, the kind that is going on in
gling weap ns-aad 3.e t fneur.'::C tancttonXcoimiriei:were;unwilling ,to against practices permitted and of with the land- '
"* largely formed by the press a piece the situation for years in New most states of the union, in
rectionistileaders "": ntpVenezuefa.' drop "tKelF economic and diplomatic' by 'bribery, by laws lobbied supplemented by ambassadorial Ing of troops in Lebanon and York has been as follows: response to the awful realities

This eff b.s; sful-. measures Y but; they put Argentina's through by the most rapacious '. reports, Intelligence reports the confrontations in the For- the Democrats dare not nom- of San Francisco, where

though unanimitj in action "is stilt proposal intofthe package ,. unconscionable commercial and general observa- mosa Straits and Southeast inate anyone displeasing to the fight was between those
: ,.. tion. Certain United States Asia which have been continuous the fanatically leftist Liberal who believe that the Repub-
a possibifi .wilIilii the-next few -..., ..- : -. .powers. Their"trusts" :
*" ".ub1ted'States'hadnot'', -. commentators enjoy an enor- policies through three Party. Accordingly, the lican Party should be a Republican
months. E.PB h reKny a :S f fof S:: Th : expet -:: that robbed the -
pocketbook administrations.
mous prestige in Europe, and Republicans have not for trot of the Democra*
reach unanimity did not weaken the ed to gel this Voted in 1964; though
;; and imperiled the
their views are sometimes Perhaps Senator Goldwa- years dared nominate anyone tic Party, and those others
wording 'as..much"' as had been ex- _.=Jt,had tried hard to get such puthori- health of all Americans were mistakenly accepted as a unIversal ter's chief difficulty is that refreshingly d 1 f ferent like the two young men In

pected, and in one respect. actually ""jja.tJpn\ back.;before. the Bay of Pigs In,the meat packing industry, expression of American he must, under the pressureof from left wing Democrats, question, who believe that the

strengthened__ it. -..*...", -._ invasion. The effect of the'Argentine In.:the license of patent medicine opinion, or at least that politics, define a distinction with the result that a typical wave of the future in Repub-
.,.J- 't'_"...... ... -. -amendment'that American'republics -.'"' ,. charlatans and 'in the part of American opinion between this policy and that of election in New York politics lican politics is nowadays sug
which is worth listening to. the Kennedy Johnson administration was such as that of 1958, when
gested by the Goldwater can-
As adopted, the"1i 1 f act" of the authorize in' advance ::a military adulterations of whiskies and
The commentators who are and in doing sol three men (ironically, each of didacy.
meeting obligates, all the American attack upon Cuba by uny one almost every commodity of the most respected in Eu- n flam matory exaggerations them a scion of great wealth) MEANWHILE the irre-

republics to "not maintain" diplomatic or more of the member nations who food and drink sold to the con- rope today happen to be those creep in. But it still ran against each other, one concilables who believe that
and consular relations with Cuba. feel so minded, if Cuba continues to suming public.Politicians who are strongest in their criticism remains hard to see the dif- of them a left-wing socialistMr. the Republican Party Is meta-

Four still do. One, little leftish .Bolivia smuggle weapons and subversive of Senator Goldwater, ference between a "win" pol- ( Corliss Lamont), one a physically useless convene in
announced, it will break off re agents into its neighbors' territories. fattened on the Imputing to the senator motives icy In Viet Nam and what the left-whig Democrat (Mr. Av- the midwest to consider the es-
protection given. and methods which he Johnson administration is try- erill Harriman) the third a
tablishment of Conservat i v e
lations. The other three had avowed Since the 0. A. S. is a "regional organization"
repudiates. ing to do. Nor is the idea of left wing Republican (Mr. Parties in every stale of the
earlier they would not, but this is to keep the peace under UPTON SINCLAIR'S "The Senator Goldwater has tried bombing the Communist sup- Nelson Rockefeller). Those Union. They do not seem to
no longer certain-even for Mexico, the self-help Article 51 of the United Jungle" was published in repeatedly to give reassur- ply lines new. It has been un- who have recently professed recognize that the essential

the most positive, once the new Nations Charter, this action turns 1906. It was based on the ance on two points. The firstIs der active consideration. themselves as concernedover conditions for such partiesthe -
president of Mexico takes office what would otherwise look like aggression literal experience of a workerIn that in general his policy If it comforts Europeansany the disfranchisement of pre-existence of an equivalent
Dec. 1. The original resolution said into an act of collective security one of the Chicago plants. toward the Soviet Union is not John F. Kennedy talked blocs of voters in the Deep party on the left, like
"break" relations;. softening the under the Charter. The nation was rocked. Teddy one of belligerence but of some nonsense four years ago South can, upon reflection, the Liberal Party of New
Roosevelt appointed a con- appreciate what it was like York-do not exist in other
wording to "not maintain" permit in New York State to be a
gressional committee. Its report states. It requires the special
greater delay. Naturally the Cuban and Soviet began as follows: MAULDIN conservative Republican-un- provocation of a successful
governments are protesting. til the Conservative Party left splinter party to justify
The sanctions resolution also calls "Many inside rooms where came along. direct pressure from a fourth
for suspension of trade and trans- There is no reason to think the food is prepared are without THE PURPOSE of the Con- party on the right. The Lib-
windows they are vaultsin servative Party has never erals, for the most part well
U. S. is attack
portation to or from Cuba, with exceptions planning a new now-
which the air rarely been to win elections, or to satisfied with the progress of
for humanitarian reasons, though it denies being bound by a changes. Usually workers toil WIDE L0 Df take over the role of the Re- the Democratic Party, have
including food, medicines and medi- pledge to the Soviet Union that it without relief in a humid at- publican Party. Rather it is not felt the necessity to found
cal supplies. will not do so. The'new threat addsa mosphere heavy with the to influence the Republican third parties outside New

grim warning to Premier Fidel odors of rotten wood, decayed Party, in the same way that York, and in all probabilitywill

Mexico has regular air service to Castro' hat in trying to subvert his meats, stinking offal, and en- the Liberal Party has Influenced not, unless revolutionary
trails The privies, as a the Democratic Party: conditions arise-and they are
and from Cuba and intends to con- neighbors he is playing with dyna-
rule, were sections of work to provide a rightward tug. not likely, so long as Lyn-
tinue it, but does attempt to screen mite. rooms, enclosed by thin par- Now the Conservative Partyfor don Johnson remains mobile

out subversive agents. Refugees use tions, ventilating into the technical reasons, faces a enough to rush out, as he has
the airline extensively, so Mexicocan Through a New York Times reporter workrooms. In a word we dilemma. The New York been doing, to catch the flies

claim the "humanitarian" ex Castro offered recently to (the congressmen) saw meat State Republican Party, that are batted out even to
ception. make a deal with the United States: .shoveled from filthy wooden which of course under the way left field.
floors,piled on tables rarely control of Governor Rocke- The situation in New Yorkis
if it would promise not to try to '
washed, pushed from room to r feller, has seized the oppor- fortunately for American
Only Mexico, Brazil and Chile do. overthrow his government, he would room in rotten carts, in all of KEEP tunity to embarrass Goldwater politics, unique. The Conser-

much trading with Cuba, all in food stop trying to overthrow Latin which processes It (the meat) .& ., RIGHT while smiling the smileon vative Party was founded by

items. American governments.The was in the way of gatheringdirt EXCEPT institutional orthodoxy.Mr. serious, able, devoted young

floor splinters, floor ma,;s l'= : TO Fred Young, the chair- men who the very year
filth, and the expectoration .. ,man of the New York Party, they set their course found
Mexico, Chile, Uruguay and Bolivia U. S. answer at the time-was PASS
(spit) of tubercular and other has refused to permit electorsof Immediate support from some
voted against the "final act" "no deal." The 15-4 vote of ,the Or- workers."
the Republican Party to accept of those hundreds of thousands
even as amended, and only Bolivia ganization of the ..:American'States a.U the Conservative designation of sincere conservative
has so far'salcUtwould: comply. UnVcJiieQf says "no" again more loudly. Yet the industry of that -with the result that Gold- Republicans, and is no mora
M ... .'- time, 1906, furiously fought water cannot now be nominated likely to be dissuaded by the
.. the legislation which would > .r 1Lo by the Conservative Par- extremist rhetoric of Mr.
I r set up federal inspection of ; ty. The decision by Gover- Young, than the national par-
\ meat and meat packing. : nor Rockefeller (for only he ty was dissuaded by the ex-
thePeop1e could have made it) can only tremist talk of Nelson Rock
WHY DID THE federal government -. AW ?u,;), have the effect of hurting Mr. feller.
move to do this? .c.rrsus...

I On-The Sun's Opinion Page .J.1 Because of the public and MILITARY AGAINST IT
political immorality of local

Opinions and comments:ef Sun ">..J.r. .r welcome in the Voice of the PcepU column. 'Letters governments which, through
must be signed and-1 ..r-tK.'writer's .ddrenr Names will be withheld requested. A letter should corrupt practices, closed their
not exceed 500 yords.nsd'ieust be written lie eely one side of the'pop r. Poetry cannot bt used..The and did nothing. Go All Out in Viet Nam?
Sun reserves the right to reject .ny letter .r t* shorten it, without changing-,. the writer's meaning'.,'' eyes J
Shall we look at the Ion g
intent.Billionaire's taxes, foreign aid, the farm erything and everybody on years needed to end child labor Ntw lark (tiwl'JI "What the South Vietnamese are dealing with is massive
program,. the United Nations, .earth" for human brother- ? Greed and local resistance By JACK RAYMOND assault on law and order, such as might have occurred in
Extreme .RightEDITOR and every other .function.- of hood (Clarence Manion). year after year kept SAIGON, South Viet Nam A jingle circulated among the late 1920's if the Chicago gangs had combined with the
-- *.. .our government which w t u Yes; Mr. Hunt is spending children as young as eight United States military personnel in South Viet Nam goes as gangs in other major cities," an officer said.
Suni ".Jt'just.: cause expense to tht average many 'of his millions (tax-ex and nine years of age in coal follows: Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, even before he assumed the post as
as well the-Cuban'' 'invasion billionaireabouttown.Now empt) to fight for more: mil-, mines, cotton mills and other "I am not allowed to run the train, U. S. ambassador in Saigon, rejected Informal suggestions
failed, becauseMt :was. just let me ,clear a pointMr. lions for himself. I submit thatit factories. Political corruption The whistle I can't blow.I that the U. S. assume command of military operations in
one CommuDlstgovernment' Hunt is not a "Conserv- was this very American killed thousands of children am not allowed to say how far South Viet Nam.
trying to. overthrow an:. ative." The word "conserva- system he opposes that allow- with tuberculosis, exposureand The railroad cars can go.I Quite aside from the question discussed in some U.S. quar-
other." These""words were tive" would not suggest ed him"to accumulate his fortune unsanitary conditions of am not allowed to shoot off steam ters is academic here, since the south Vietnamese probably
quoted in "Time" magazine radicalism, but reserve. Conservatives and now that taxes work.It Nor even clang the bell, would not tolerate foreign command other con
(May 5, 1961) from a Hous- would be inclinedto thrtaten to limit him to But let it once jump off the track, siderations are cited in support of the present policy ai
ton, Tex., speech by one H. try to preserve the status less money than the country was necessary to enact a Then see who catches hell!" follows:
L. Hunt. quo or_ improve. our country has in its treasury, Mr. Hunt federal law to ban poisons, The lines reflect the frustration that is often felt by The military leaders of South Viet Nam art wen regarded -
Mr. Hunt is an interestingman through constructive he lp, revolts. drugs and fraud in patent many of the U. S. officers and men in their role as ad- by the Americans as trained professionals.The .
to say the least. He is not destructive criticism. No, Will you feel right Jno'( pun medicines again political visers to the South Vietnamese military forces.In chief handicap to the South Vietnamese army's military
either the richest or second Mr. Hunt is no conservative.He intended) if you do not sup corruption at all local levels that role they work and plan with ranking South Viet- operations are political rather than military. The objective
richest man in America, an is in a camp of peoplenow port people like Mr. Hunt? made possible such callous namese military men at all levels of command. They assistin is not to capture territory but to win over people.For .
oil billionaire and a canned !known by the colorful Would you mind being labeled impositions on the sick and operations as well as in supply and personnel problems.U. the U.S. to assume command of military operations
food magnate. He is an accomplished name of "Reactionary "Right- "Communist" or "God dying. S. military forces also go out on combat missions with would be a confirmation of the charge by the Communiststhat
writer also. "Al- Wing Extremists." These less" for wanting our coun- the South Vietnamese in the effort to seek out and destroythe the U. S. role here is colonial.
paca," a privatelyprint- people seem to be dividingour try to help support UNESCOor STEALS DURING the Hard- insurgent Communist Viet Cong. While the Americans are
President Diem
in with the late Ngo
ed fictional tome, describesMr. country on purpose. WHO? When you get to ing administration, in which under official admonition not to fire unless fired upon, they Finally, contrast
does heed most proposalsby
Dinh Premier Khanh
Hunt's ideal governmentlike Some of their members are the millionaire's position, the nation's oil reserves were nevertheless have been engaged in many battles. Nguyen
this: ". the more racists, like the KKK Amer- will progressive taxation stolen by corrupt politicians, But Americans are limited, to making suggestions. If the U. S. military advisers.In .
taxes you pay, the more votes ican Nazi party, and the bring you back to the pover- dwarf any corruption since South Vietnamese officer rejects the advice, the American the field, the ranking U. S. military men agree with
you get. If you accept American Nationalists. Oth ty of just a few hundred that time. adviser with him can do nothing but complain to his own the headquarters consensus in Saigon. A senior adviser to 0
state aid because you are ers'are just anti-everything, thousand dollars a year? Of superiors afterward. the regimental commander in the Mekong River Delta area
poor or sick, you cannot vote like the John Birch Society course, but if you budget These are but a few illustra- Nevertheless the suggestions that Is often made in theu.s. reacted with dismay at the suggestion that he take commandof

at all, and you are denied an the Dan Smoot group, and carefully you may be able to tions of the past. that the Americans ought to "take over the war" and South Vietnamese forces in his region."I .
old-age pension." A billion- several others. None of them live almost as well as our Corruption today'is held In get it over with is not welcomed by most of the responsible would be against our taking command, the adviser
aire's Utopia? seem to offer constructive school teachers. check by regulatory laws, by U. S. officers here. an Army colonel, said. "In the first place the troops would
Yes, H. L. Hunt Is an inter programs. "Let the buyer beware," is public opinion, and by a free Although many Americans in the field with the South be an easy mark for Viet Cong propaganda."But .
esting man. His companiesoften These people often call as good a byword as any. press or that portion of it Vietnamese wish they were less restricted, the lament of com- more than that, in this kind of war the advantage
sponsor a program call- good Americans "C 0 m.. Before you "buy" the propa- which is willing to investigateand parison with the unhappy and powerless railroad man' is is always with the insurgent. Every failure to stem a terror
ed "Life Line." Mr. Hunt Symps" (as Mr. Welch ganda of the extreme right, print the findings. actually directed to U. S. public opinion. attack would suddenly become our fault Every military!
fights the "mistaken" in his branded a former President) think. Don't join a bandwagon "We wish that more Americans at home would realize that reversal in the field would be attributed to Americans.
position on the board of di- or criticize the U.N. as sub- that may explode. Your Public and political moralitymay this war is not ours, although we supposi it in our own "Meanwhile, he continued, "we would be commandlnf
rectors of Life Line Fount stituting "the congealed forces : children's country is at not.voluntarily better interest; and that results cannot ,come swiftly because of troops that we had not trained, whose language wit did.
tion, Inc. His is against welfare of godless, unrestrained stake. but it is an improvementon the nature of the struggle," one member of the Military not understand, and whose cultural patterns weft, beyocour
measures, progressive international power over ev- NAME WITHHELD our past. Assistance Command here observed. absorption in short period of our assignment ..
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t 4 Golneivllle Sun Tuesday, August 4, 1964,
Smith. CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe visiting with her sister Mrs.aarah .
COLORED NEWS The table was overlaid with University City Floral Hall, and other relatives.Mr. .

a lace table cloth. A bouquet of Club will hold its meeting Wednesday and Mrs. Robert Burns

l white roses with green ferns August S, at 8 p.m., at ;and son, James, all of New

Oiaitttsuillt. iun B. F. Child. Colored Nevi Editor! decorated the center of the taI the home of Mrs. Etta Turnip- New York City, whose visit here
I ble. Mrs. Berit Norris and Mrs. seed on N. W. 5th Avenue. Mrs. for the past two weeks has been

_. Virginia Ross poured the punch Martha Adams, president; Mrs. pleasant, flew yesterday to their
BROOKER NEWS was an event of July 24. Following
and Mrs. Evelyn Moore cut the 'A. Davis, reporter. home.
Marriage Announced the marriage, there wasa cake. Mrs. Jeanette Jackson and Miss Katie H. Mason, of Tarn

The marriage of Miss Mae reception at the home of thebride's Mrs. Nellie Moore also helpedin REVIVAL MEETINGSThe pa, passed through Gainesville

JOHN. R. PAT HARRISON COWLIS, PretKMf Vke PratoFlorida's endPefMbeerr Edith Smith to John Cotman mother, Mrs. Emma the serving. Mrs. Malissa Revival Meetings have yesterday en route to Jackson-

dint Id JOHNIOH, Vice rroMoot Goulds and Mrs. Mary Pinkney begun> at the Shady Grove ville.Fred
--- Beautiful and laIC,,"" mitttri W. .. IRE) were in charge of the music. Primitive Baptist Church. The Strong, of St. Peters-

University City' ? BKRSOLK, Vice President, end Averttahif r =ON THE RIGHT .... Out of-town guests included schedule of services is as follows -burg, passed through Gaines-
Dlrecteri SOS TARTAaUOHr Mrs. Jeanette Jackson and Mrs. ville yesterday en route to High
at 8 Rev. H.
Vice Presided ud circtriitlee MMMW. : Today p.m.,
Mary Bell Lynch, both of New and his Springs.
Kinsey, pastor, congregation
Rockefeller'sManeuver William Anderson
York and Mrs. Carrie yesterday -
: THE SUN'S POLICY ; from the Mt. Herman
for Detroit, Mich., becauseof
Taylor, of Washington D. Church will conduct the
.: 1. Report the news fully and Impertitliy In the news columns. Mrs. Nellie Moore, reporter. Baptist business. ;
2. Expreu the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-.diterIiU.! services; Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Thelma Livingston left
r. 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial. I laws SLATES MEETINGThe Rev. R. J. Gainous, pastor and yesterday for New York City to
his from the Macedonia -
:- The Sun's telephones: All D.parfm.nts-372-8441 Home Mission Society of congregation Baptist Church Jacksonville visit the World's Fair.
r Miss Mattie Mae James of
Want Adi-376-4672 By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. the First Baptist Church will and also Rev. Ellis and his
--_ _.. ,..- meet at the home of Mrs. Viola Tampa, is visiting here with
The Conservative Party of Goldwater. Surprise? Imagine, Peoples, of 537 S.W. 7th Place, congregation will conduct the friends for two weeks.

I New York State finds itself in Rockefeller wanting to hurt today at 7:30 p.m. services jointly; Thursday at 8

Sanctions Against CubaIt the eye of a hurricane. It is Goldwater.But Visitors are welcome. pm. Rev. B. F. Weary, pastor -,

the only right wing political the whole episode is im- and his congregation from CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt.

took six days instead of the der the 1947 mutual assistance party that has succeededin portant beyond the narrow limitations AILING AT HOME the St. Paul C. M. E. Church
getting itself on the ballot of Mr. Young's poUt is his will conduct the services; Friday Pleasant Methodist -
treaty, economic and diplomatic Will Knight ailing at
planned four to complete the workof ical at 8 Rev. J. M. Dix Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal -
sanctions if voted to some practical politicalend. understanding It is two home. Friends hope he will be p.m.
the Organization of American are obligatory In 1962, its foundingyear weeks since the national Republican well soon. Mrs. H. D. Shannon, on, pastor, and his c ongrega- on Thursday, 7:30:
by a two-thirds majority, as this it took 150,000 voters Party decided- en lion from Mt. Olive Primitive p.m. Edell Turner, president;
States foreign ministers meeting reporter.
Richard Parker There
was, so they may yet come around. from Mr. Rockefeller, precip- dorse the standards of the Baptist Church Jacksonville, organist.
Washington the most important itating his political! decline. Conservative Party of New AnENT IN HOSPITALMrs. will also conduct the services; will be mid-week Meditation

inter-American meeting ever held, But one attempt to achieve unani- Its mission in New York York, whose two founders ap- Hallie Jackson is a pat and Saturday at 8 p.m., there Services Board of today Education 7:30 and p.m.Church The

State is to provide countervailing pear to be better wired into lent in the Alachua General Hos- will be conference.
U. S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk mity was Argentina's proposal that School Staff will meet Friday,
called it.Much. the Americas forget the economic pressure on the Re- the future than Mr. Young pitaL Mrs. Jackson's friends' 7:30 pan. in the second unit. I
publican Party sufficient to is, or his boss, neither of hope that she will soon be well The District Conference Au-
sanctions and threaten
instead to counteract the critical pres- whom has learned that you again. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re- gust 12.14; Revival Meeting,
of the time was spent in an take military action if Cuba con- ,
sure of New York's Liberal cannot set the clock back. We porter. j fie August 24 -Sept. 4. The Rev.P. .

effort to get unanimous agreementon tinues its aggression against any Party on the Democratic Par- have in New York, then, sim- a t Harold Gray, evangelist, pastor -

sanctions against Cuba for smug- nation in the hemisphere. The pro- ty.For ply another power struggle of TUBS COLOREDrr of Asbury Methodist Chruch,

gling weapons and terrorist Insur- sanctions countries were unwilling to those who came in late, the kind that is going on in AME TRHNST1TUTE t Savannah, Ga., will conduct the
the situation for years in New most states of the union, in The Tri Institute of the African ; revival meeting. Rev. W. M.
rectionist leaders into Venezuela.This drop their economic and diplomatic
York has been as follows: response to the awful reali- Methodist Episcopal 4 ri Ferguson, pastor.
effort was not successful, measures, but they put Argentina' the Democrats dare not nominate ties of San Francisco where Church will hold its annual sF Hopewell Baptist Revival

though unanimity in action is stilla proposal into the package.The anyone displeasing to the fight was between those meeting on Edward Waters College Meeting began yesterday and

possibility within the next few the fanatically leftist Liberal who believe that the Repub- campus. lasts to August 7. Rev. ,S. M.

months. But the prolonged effort to United States had not expected Party. Accordingly, the lican Party should be a Re- Registration will begin at 8am. Daniels will be the speaker dur-

Republicans have not for publican trot of the Democratic ., August 10, and continue ing the revival meetings.East .
reach unanimity did not weaken the to get this voted in 1964, thoughit 11. Dormitorieswill
years dared nominate anyone Party, and those others, through August Side Church of God in
wording as much as had been expected had tried hard to get such authorization open after 8 ajn., August
refreshingly different like the two young men in Christ Church School 10
and in one respect actually back before the Bay of Pigs from left wing Democrats, question, who believe that the 10. The college dining hall will a.m.; morning worship, 11:30: a.

strengthened it. invasion. The effect of the Argentine with the result that a typical wave of the future in Repub- open at S a.m.. August 11. Classes m.; and evening worship, 7

amendment is that the American republics election in New York politicswas lican politics is nowadays suggested will begin at 8 ajn., August p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor.

As adopted, the "final act" of the authorize in advance a mili- such as that of 1958, when by the Goldwater can- 12, and will be held daily, end- tCOMMENCEMENT Archer Chruch of God in
lug at noon. _._ Christ Church School, 9:30
three men (ironically, each of didacy. --w '"
all the American attack Cuba of!
meeting obligates tary upon by anyone The planning conference
them a scion of great wealth) MEANWHILE the irre- SPEAKER ajn.; morning worship, 11:30
republics to "not maintain" diplomatic or more of the member nations who the Tri-Institute is composed ol ajn.: Young People's Willing
ran against each other, one concilables who believe that ,
and consular relations with Cuba. feel so minded, if Cuba continues to of them a left-wing socialist the Republican Party is meta- Dr. R. Elwin Lamb, Dr. Wale Dr. Jerome H. Holland, Workers' Meeting, 7 p.m.; and

Four still do. One, little leftish Bo- smuggle weapons and subversive (Mr. Corliss Lamont), one a physically useless convene in ter Whiter, Dr. C. E. Toston, (above) president of Hampton evening worship, 8:30 p.m. EIder
Dr. A. J. Reddick, Mrs. J. B. Institute, Hampton, Va., will deliver Ruth
livia, announced it will break off re agents into its neighbors' territories. left-wing Democrat (Mr. Av- the midwest to consider the establishment Epperson, Mrs. L. G. G e n-, this summer commence- Jenkins Days, pastor; Mrs.
lations. The other three had avowed Since the 0. A. S. is a "regional or- erill Harriman), the third a of Conservative wright, Mrs. Will Ella Harris,, ment address of the Florida A& New Hope Baptist Sunday

earlier they would not, but this is ganization" to keep the peace under left wing Republican (Mr. Parties in every state of the Mrs. Marie Grimmage, and'M University, at Tallahassee, School, 10 ajn.; morning wor-
Nelson Rockefeller). Those Union. do not seem to
no longer certain-even for Mexico, the self-help Article 51 of the United They Mrs. Abiah Shehee. Dr. William. scheduled for I 6) p.m. Friday, ship, 11 ajn.; and afternoon
who have that the essential
recently professed recognize
B. Stewart, President of Edward August 7, in New Bragg Stadi 3 Rev. L. A. Till-
the most positive, once the new Nations Charter, this action turns themselves as concerned conditions for such partiesthe and the constiUuency worship, p.m.
Waters College D. Will.
president of Mexico takes office what would otherwise look like ag- over the disfranchisement of pre-existence of an equi- : of the College will make um. iams man,, Pastor reporter.; Mrs. L.

Dec. 1. The original resolution said gression into an act of collective security blocs of voters in the Deep valent party on the left, like the meeting very pleasant and I TO LAY CORNERSTONE

"break" relations; softening the under the Charter. South can, upon reflection, the Liberal Party of New hospitable. Rising Sun Masonic Lodge No.
appreciate what it was like York-do not exist in other. Members of the Board of I ObituariesHAMPTON
wording to "not maintain" permits 10, working under the protectionof
in New York State to be a states. It requires the special Christian Education of the Eleventh Union'
greater delay. Naturally the Cuban and Soviet the Most Worshipful
conservative Republicanuntil provocation of a successfulleft District are:
Episcopal C. WILLIAMS
Grand Lodge of Florida, PHA,
governments are protesting. the Conservative Partycame to justify Hatcher
splinter party The Rt Rev. E. C. ; has been invited to lay a cor-
The sanctions resolution also calls along.THE direct pressure from a fourth Presiding Bishop; Mrs. OrethaT. nerstone at the Greater Bethel Hampton Cornell Williams,

for suspension of trade and trans- There is no reason to think the PURPOSE of the Con- party on the right. The Lib Hatcher, Episcopal Supervisor -AME Church annex, Sunday August the son of the late Nelson and

portation to or from Cuba, with exceptions U. S. is planning a. new attack now- servative Party has never erals, for the most part well ; Dr. R. Elwin Lamb, Director 9, 1964. Nancy Williams, died suddenlyin
been to win elections, or to satisfied with the progress of of Religious Education; Dr. Jacksonville Friday, July 31.
for humanitarian reasons, though it denies being bound by a To share in this special cere-
Williams born in the
take over the role of the Re- the Democratic Party, have C. E. Toston Assistant Directorof Mr. was
including food, medicines and medi- pledge to the Soviet Union that it publican Party. Rather it is not felt the necessity to found Religious Education; Dr. mony, lodges from Starke, Wal- Jonesville area of Gainesvilleand
cal will not do The threat addsa School do, Rochelle, Palatka, Ocala, attended the local schools
supplies. so. new to influence the Republican third parties outside New W. S. White, Sunday invit-
grim warning to Premier Fidel Party, in the same way that York and in all probability Superintendent; Mrs. E. L. and Chiefland have been and Florida A & M University.For .

the Liberal Party has influen- will not t unless revolutionary Richardson. WMS President; ed. many years he taught in
Mexico has regular air service to Castro that in trying to subvert his : is requested to meet
ced the Democratic Party: conditions arise-and they are Mrs. L. R. Randall, Acting WMS Everyone the public schools of Alachua
and from Cuba and intends to con- neighbors he is playing with dyna- at the Rising Sun Masonic Hall, both and
to provide a rightward tug. not likely, so long as Lyn- President; Mr. A. W. Cottrell, County as
tinue it but does attempt to screen mite. N.W. 3rd Street, Gainesville, deathhe
Now the Conservative Partyfor don Johnson remains mobile ACE League President; Dr. W. teacher. At the time of his
out subversive agents. Refugees use of Evangelism Florida, at 12:00: o'clock in Mas- was a retired school teach
technical reasons, faces a enough to rush out, as he has A. Jennings, Director !
the airline extensively, so Mexicocan Through a New York Times reporter dilemma. The New York been doing, to catch the flies ; Mrs. W. E. Akery Harris ter Mason regalia only. er.He
Please be on time as we will married to the late
claim the "humanitarian" ex- Castro offered recently to State Republican Party, that are batted out even to YPD Director; Mrs. Marian directly was
RAYC Director leave from the Hall and go Mrs. Emma Christie; to this
ception. make deal with the United States: which of course under the way left field. H. Shannon, ; to the chruch for the, union three children were born,
L. G. Genwright, Director
in New Yorkis Mrs.
Rockefeller situation
control of Governor The
if it would promise not to try to of Youth Activities; Miss Polly ceremony. Fred Alexander W. two of whom survive him. He
has seized the oppor- fortunately for American
Only Mexico, Brazil and Chile do overthrow his government, he would tunity to embarrass Goldwater politics, unique. The Conser- Brooks, Director of Missionary M., Rising Sun No. 10. was a pioneer member of the

much trading with Cuba, all in food stop trying to overthrow Latin while smiling the smileon vative Party was founded by Education; Mrs. G. B. Williams,', Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church

items. American governments.The institutionalorthedo%)'. serious, able, devoted young Director of Family Life; Mrs. PERSONALSMrs. and maintained his membershipuntil
Director of Eula Taylor and daughter his death.
D. Akery
Callie ,
Mr. Fred Young, the chair- men, who the very year
recently Mr. Williams' immediate survivors -
Roll Mrs. Marie Grim Sharon,
Mexico, Chile, Uruguay and Bolivia U. S. answer at the time was man of the New York Party, they set their course found Cradle Director; of Youth Trans here from St. Petersburg where include a daughter Mrs.

voted against the "final act" "no deal." The 15-4 vote of the Or- has refused to permit electorsof immediate support from some mage portation, ; and Mrs. J. B. Ep>-they spent two weeks with relatives Jannivieve N. Martin, of New
to of those hundreds of thousands -
the Republican Party accept -
even as amended, and only Bolivia ganization of the American States Conservative of sincere conservative person, Representative to and friends. York, a son, Reginald R. Wil
the designation -
Hunt and Miss liams of Washington, D. C., a !
has so far said it would comply. Un- says "no" again more loudly. -with the result that Gold- Republicans, and is no more Church For Women.further informa t ion Hattie Simmons, both of Jack- sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Welch of I
water cannot now be nominated likely to be dissuaded by the
about the Tri Institute, write sonville, were visiting in Gaines- Alachua, two brothers, Wyd-
.- by the Conservative Par- extremist rhetoric of Mr. Williams and Edward R.
of Religious Education ville yesterday.Mrs. man
ty. The decision by Gover- Young, than the national par- the Department Edward Waters College Helen James returned Williams of this city, a grandson -

I Voice of the Pol nor Rockefeller (for only he ty was dissuaded by the ex- Jacksonville, ,.or call ELgin here yesterday from East Or. Edgar H. Martin HI of New

People I could have made it) can only tremist talk of Nelson Rocke 4-5270, Jacksonville. ange, N. J., where she was York, two dear friends, Mr. and

I have the effect of hurting Mr. feller. Mrs. G. T. Cook and Eugene

Weaton of this city, several

II On The Sun's II IT nieces, nephews and cousins.
= Opinion Page* MILITARY AGAINST Final rites will be conductedat

the Mt. Pleasant Metho d i s t
Opinions end comments of Sm reefers ere wkst hi the Vftic .f tke Poo... c.I..... Letters Church at 4
must be signed and beer the writers .44'.... Names will .. withheld if requested. A letter should ? Wednesday p.m.
not exceed 500 words end mmt .. written .. only mt side ., the "..... Poetry c.....* be ...... Tfco Go All Out in Viet. Nam with the Rev. Damon Dell off
Sun reserves the right to reiect& ear letter. to shorten it, without chonfing the.writarV....!..; w I i I ciating. Interment will follow in
the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.The .

intent.Billionaire's aid the farm and Strut fork $I imr "What'the South Vietnamese are dealing with is massive remains will lie in stateat
taxes, foreign erything everybody on assault on law and order, such as might have occurred in
program, the United Nations, earth" for human brother By JACK RAYMOND had combined with the the Hughes & Chestnut Me-
; the late 1920's if the Chicago gangs
Extreme RightEDITOR and every other function of hood (Clarence Minion). .SAIGON South Viet Nam A jingle circulated among in other major cities," an officer said. morial Chapel from noon today
Yes Mr. Hunt is in South Viet Nam goes as gangs until noon Wednesday, and at
our' government which will spending United States military personnel
before he assumed the post as :
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, even the church from noon Wednesday
Sun: "It's of his millions tax-ex-
justas cause expense to tht average many ( follows:
well the Cuban invasion ) for millions the U. S. ambassador in Saigon, rejected informal suggestionsthat until the hour of the serv-
blllionaire-about-town. empt to fight more 1 am not allowed to run train, in
failed, because it was just Now let me clear a point. for himself. I submit that The whistle I can't blow.I the U. S. assume command of military operations ices. There w Jl be no viewing

one Communist government Mr. Hunt is not a "Conserv- it was this very American am not allowed to say how far South Viet Nam. following the services.

trying to overthrow an- ative." The word "conserva- system he opposes that allow- The railroad cars can go. Quite aside from the question discussed in some U.S. quar-

other." These words were tive" would not suggest ed him to accumulate his for- I am not allowed to shoot off steam ters is academic here, since the south Vietnamese probably Civil Rights

quoted in "Time" magazine radicalism, but reserve. Conservatives tune, and now that taxes Nor even clang the bell, would not tolerate foreign command other con-

(May 5, 1961) from a Houston would be inclinedto thrtaten to limit him to But let it once jump off the track, siderations are cited in support of the present policy as Talk TonightDr.

Tex., speech by one H. try to preserve the status less money than the countryhas Then see who catches hell!" follows:

L. Hunt. quo or improve our country in its treasury, Mr. Hunt The lines reflect the frustration that is often felt by The military leaders of South Viet Nam are well regarded R. B. Hayling, leader of

Mr. Hunt is an interesting through constructive help, revolts. many of the U. S. officers and men in their role as ad- by the Americans as trained professionals.The the Southern Christian Leader-

man to say the least. He is not destructive criticism. No, Will you feel right (no pun visers to the South Vietnamese military forces. chief handicap to the South Vietnamese army's mili- ship Conference in St. Augus-

either the richest or second Mr. Hunt is no conservative.He intended) if you do not support In that role they work and plan with ranking South Viet- tary operations are political rather than military. The ob- tine, speaks here tonight at 8

richest man in America, an is in a camp of peoplenow people like Mr. Hunt? namese military men at all levels of command. They assistin jective is not to capture territory but to win over people. o'clock at the Mount Carmel

oil billionaire and a canned known by the colorful Would you mind being label- operations as well as in supply and personnel problems.U. For the U.S. to assume command of military operations Baptist Church.

food magnate. He is an accomplished name of "Reactionary Right- ed "Communist" or "God S. military forces also go out on combat missions with would be a confirmation of the charge by the Communists who is sponsoredhere

writer also. "Al- Wing Extremists." These less" for wanting our country the South Vietnamese in the effort to seek out and destroythe that the U. S.role here is colonial. Hayling,the Youth Council of
paca," a privatelyprint- people seem to be dividingour to help support UNESCOor insurgent Communist Viet Cong. While the Americans are Finally in contrast with the late President Diem, Ngo the NAACP, will discuss the

ed fictional tome, describesMr. country on purpose. WHO? When you get to under official admonition not to fire unless fired upon they Dinh Premier Nguyen Khanh does heed most proposalsby made in civil rightsin

Hunt's ideal government Some of their members are the millionaire's position, nevertheless have been engaged in many battles. U. S. military advisers. progress

like this: ". the more racists, like the KKK, Amer- will progressive taxation But Americans are limited to making suggestions. If the In the field, the ranking U. S. military men agree with St. Augustine.

taxes you pay, the more voiles ican Nazi party, and the bring you back to the pover- South Vietnamese officer rejects the advice the American the headquarters consensus in Saigon. A senior adviser to Arizona is known the

: you get. If you accept American Nationalists. Others ty of just a few hundred adviser with him can do nothing but complain to his own the regimental commander in the Mekong River Delta area "Grand Canyon State."as

;state aid because you are are just anti-everytbing, thousand dollars a year? Of superiors afterward. reacted with dismay at the suggestion that he take command Nightly curfew seals off

poor or sick, you cannot vote like the John Birch Society, course, but if you budget Nevertheless the suggestions that is often made in the of South, Vietnamese forces in his region. San'a, the capital of Yemen.
Dan Smoot and be able to U.S. that the Americans ought to "take over the war" and
at all, and you are denied an the group, carefully you may thecity's
adviser wooden in
old-age pension." A billion- several others. None of them live almost as well as our get it over with is not welcomed by most of the responsible "I would be against our taking command, the The seven gates
first the troops wouldbe mudbrick walls are closed
colonel said. "In the place
aire's Utopia? seem to offer constructive school teachers. U. S. officers here. an Army ,
Americans in the field with the South an easy mark for Viet Cong propaganda."But from 10 pjn. until dawn.
Yes, H. L. Hunt is an inter- programs. "Let the buyer beware is Although many
reduce -
often call wish they were less restricted the lament of comparison more than that in this kind of war the advantage At sun glasses
esting man. His companiesoften These people as good a byword as any. Vietnamese fieldof
all the in
sponsor a program called good Americans "C 0 m- Before you "buy" the propaganda ,* with the unhappy and powerless railroad man is Is always with the insurgent Every failure to stem a terror vision, warns light the medical your department -

s "Life Line." Mr. Hunt Symps" (as Mr. Welch of the extreme right actually directed to U. S. public opinion. attack would suddenly become our fault Every military of Northwestern NafaU -
j fights the "mistaken" in his branded a former President) think. Don't join a bandwagon "We wish that more Americans at home would realize thati reversal the field would be attributed to Americans.

.position on the board of di- that may explode. Your this war is not ours, although we auppos* it in our own "Meanwhile, he continued, "we would be commanding did tional to Life see an Insurance oncoming Co.car.:And, if

rectors of &Fouada- sub-stituting children's country is at {i interest; and. that results cannot come swiftly because of troops that we bad not trained whose language we drive in sunglases at duskor
stake. I the nature of the struggle member of the Military not understand, and whose cultural patterns were beyondour you
Lion, Inc His is against welfare es of godless, one after dark, you cant calyrr
I absorption in short perpd{ of our assignments.
,measures, progressive international power over ev- NAME WITHHELD Assistance Cor nand here observed. \.C.


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} Tuesday, August 4, 1964 GoInetviUe Sun 5'r '

/ Episcopal Church Grew From Anglican Reform

+ Church took over from its Jew- turbing its central beliefs.

ish background. i In both freedom of inquiry I I About the AuthorW. I
"' and Biblical critical: the Episcopal -I

I I R What do Episcopalians believe WHAT OUR Church's position has been Norman Pittenger, professor of Christian
*$ Nb about Jesus Christ? liberal and has left a place fora Apologetics at General Theological Seminary in

ar They believe that He is "truly "modernist" school of thought New York, is vice-chairman of the Commissionon
God and truly man, united in among its members, as well Christ and the Church, appointed under the
+ {NAM one person" for the salvation of :as a "catholic" and an "evan World Council of Churches. He was made a deaconin

mankind. There are different gelical" emphasis.. the Episcopal Church in 1936 and was ordered
ways of understanding and 4\RELIGIONS ARE priest the following year. I

teaching this doctrine, but it What is the. Book of Common Dr. Pittenger has served as an examining

is central and unchangeable for Prayer? chaplain in the Diocese of New Jersey, as vice- I I.
all Episcopalians. At the time of the English reforms -i chairman of the Church Congress; and president
t 4 S the old service books of I of the American Theological Society.en .
ular services of the Church. general inspiration, as the record the Church were translated in-
I What is the Episcopal viewof I
\ of God's revelation.The to English. Some of the services from the Prayer Book. readings from the Bible give
the Virgin Birth?
i it
How do Episcopal Church main- combined and edited considerable for each
The creeds and the liturgy of Eiscopaliant were ; Episcopalians believe that a variety
I Bible? tains a balance between gospeland shortened and"sim and day.
Episcopal Church assert the many were II prescribed form of service, with Sunday holy
Ithe traditional belief that Jesus was The Holy Scriptures are, for tradition, on the one hand, plified. parts assigned to clergy and

a'' 1 born> of Mary without human Episcopalians, the great source and the use of reason on the The result was the Book of people, is the most fitting wayto NEXT: Part II, "What Is aa
,P I father. There is no disagree- and testing ground of Christian other. Freedom of investigation, Common Prayer, completed in adore God. Frequent revis- Episcopalian."

ment within the Church on the doctrine. Nothing may be restatements of the Christian 1549. All later Prayer Books, Including ions are made to meet the
theological meaning of the Virgin taught as necessary to eternal faith, and incorporation of scientific that used in America to- needs of succeeding ages; but (C. 19634 by Cowles Magazine
Birth. salvation" excepting what can truths are possible with- day, are re-editings of the 1549 the principle of ordered worhip and Broadcasting, Inc.)

There has been, and stillis be "proved" (the Elizabethan out creating violent fundamen- book, whose beautiful stately remains at the heart of Angli

disagreement about the Virgin -word for "tested") by Holy talist-modernist controversies.The language, simplicity and dignityare canism. Earl C. MayRepresenting

[ Birth in its biological de- Scripture.But Episcopal Church has unparalleled.The The worship of the Episcopal I
tail. Most Episcopalians prob- the Episcopal Church accepted the theory of evolu- regular services, like the Church is not rigid. Many variations -I
does not hold to the literal inerrancy tion of man's Communion ] Eu- found In the The Equitable Lift
ably accept it as literally true; as an account or- Holy or Holy are Prayer Assurance Society
some regard it as symbolic in of Scripture. The BibleIs igin, as well as other new scientific charist, Morning and Evening Book; the special prayers I FR 1.3576rTTTTm
[character. The EpiscopalChurch considered sacred for its discoveries, without dis Prayer, the Litany, are all tak- ("collects") and the different
is able to contain both ---

types of thinking within it,
since all Episcopalians acceptthe
Incarnation-the true deity
and humanity of Jesus-as the

IN central truth about Christ.
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What about the Trinity?
A worshipful atmosphere is set at Holy Trinity The Trinity is the Christian

I Episcopal Church, 116 NE First St., by the artful teaching about God. In the lightof
stained glass windows at the entrance to the sanctuary man's experience of God's

working in the world, Christians -
have been driven to assert
This (it the first of two ar- 1 Henry's desire for an annul that God is as He reveals Him-

ticles on "What is an EpiscopalIan ment provided the occasion but

," continuing the Sun's was not the cause of the inde-I self.He is Creative Reality (God

series on""What Our Relig pendence of the Church of Eng the Father); He is ExpressiveAct
ions Are. (God the Son); He is Re-
land. -It is unfortunate that in
I sponsive Power (God the Holy
By W, NORMAN PITTENGER many textbooks the mistake of i Spirit). Yet He Is one God. Thisis

identifying occasion and cause "theology." What matters I THIS 1
has led to the propagation of most, in the Book of Common r
What Is an Episcopalian? what is In fact an untruth. Prayer, about the Trinity is i.n WEDNESDAYFAMILY
An Episcopalian is a member that we worship God and experience .
of the Protestant Episco- Him in a "trinitarian" i 1
What are the basic beliefs of
pal Church which is one fashion. 451
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branch of the Anglican Communion Episcopalians? REDUCED FROM STOCK UP tINFANTS'
They are affirmed in the Apos I
What does the
a religious group I Episcopal
spread throughout the world tles' Creed and the Nicene Church believe about the Lord's I r
and numbering some 40 million I I. Creed. The Apostles' Creed is Supper? I elds CHHDS' & MISSESSNEAKERS I
the ancient baptismal statement I 1
Christians Holy Communion, s e m e- -
of faith. As used in Episcopalian 1
There are "Episcopal Church- times called the Lord's Supperor :
services, it runs:
es" .in all parts of the globe. .'I believe in God the Father Holy Eucharist (front an ancient uauTr .,: ---
The Church of England is the Christian word for the h : I
Almighty, Maker of heaven and I
mother of.them all. Many of our earth: service), is the chief service of I o DISCO : 1I
churches-r e self govern- worship in the Episcopal Church I tiA ggc
"And in Jesus Christ his only Rr -
ing, like the Japanese Church Son our Lord: Who was conceived -although it does not always occupy 'rKRy.. 1
(called the Holy Catholic the chief place in the Sun-
by the Holy] Ghost, Born of l I
Church in Japan) of the Cana the Virgin Mary: Suffered Under .day schedule.The I Completely washable uppers, cushion r
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They aH use the Book of Common I dead, and buried: He de- about this sacrament is expressed 12, and Moses 12ft to 3.
Prayer; they all are in scended into hell; The third day in these words: "The Sacra- I I I -i 1

communion with the Archbishopof he rose again from the dead: ment of the Lord's Supper I WOMEN'S FOAM
Canterbury; they all rec- He ascended into heaven, And was ordained for the continual CUSHIONEDSNEAKERS J I II

ognize bishops as their chief sitteth on the right hand of God remembrance of the sacrifice of .
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the death of Christ, and of the
pastors: the Father Almighty: From

"Episcopalian" is derived thence he shall corns to judge benefits which we receive there- rE54 UIR E tAHOLWH1TE \ I I II
from the Greek episkopos, the quick and the dead. by"; and the Offices of Instruc-
whieh means "bishop." It describes "I believe in the Holy Ghost: tion (Prayer Book, page 293)), I oe o is ---e .
the type of "order" or the holy Catholic Church; The from which these words are 1
ministry" which the Church Communion of Saints: The For. quoted, goes on to say that R 1

maintains-that is, the bishopis giveness of Sins: The Resurrection -"the .thing signified" in the S IZE I
looked upon as the symbolof of the body: And the Life sacrament "is the Body and Women's foam cushioned sneakers in I
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chief pastor of. the. flock. The Nicene Creed, used at the itually taken and received by I __: :: / 1
service of Holy] Communi o n, the faithful." I COUpON WOMEN'S I i

Is-thi Episcopalian Church is an expanded statement of the eDo I ,,. I

Catholic or Protestant? Christian faith, essentially the Episcopalians p r a ctice \\UYET.JWALKING
In a profound sense, it Is same as the Apostles' Creed. private confession SHOES

both. It is sometimes called Both creeds state the main They may, since provision is : I II
"the bridge church. The Epis potrits'of Christian belief in a made in the Prayer Book for Shoe

copal Church preserves the an- pictorial and dramatic 'form. private confession of sins to a SH", l 244 AY., R R J
cient Catholic sacraments and Some of the phrases are dear priest, with the declaration of A fAST CAst 1 ,

professes the ancient Catholic ly "symbolic" (as, "sitteth on absolution by him. However, I WITHn i
creeds; this was the intention of the right hand of God the Father -this is not enforced, as in the I { -
its reformers in the sixteenth ," which of course could not Roman Catholic Church; it is Cool,peached walking) shoe, with wedge r I
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formed" church, for during that "born," "crucified," udead," themselves of the privilege, I I
century, the authority of the uburi d, "rose again"); and some frequently, some occasionally -
Bishop of Rome (the Pope) some parts are theoogicalsuch Many do not desire to II r

was rejected and many modifi- as "of one substance," in the use this "means of grace" and I
cations were made in worshipand Nicene Creed, although more, I M H'S =---v GIRL'S
find satisfaction in the general 54 1
doctrine. But in no sense often the theological affirmations -:
did the early reformers in Eng are phrased in the pictorial confessions and absolutions I OXFORDS BEACH 1

land intend to deny "Catholic language which the early which are provided in the reg- %
truth." t 1 I STEP-INS THONGS

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T6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday August 4, 1954

NE 1 o SEo said See. 2-162 run 'ef State Rod 200, Section 26. laid/ all East ef SR 21 ner Thereof elusive ef existing read right ef way.
W ro S.L RR me run 'survey bin desrlb : Lying within ef the sure line Containing 3.82 acres mere o I.s. ALSO:

in a NWly dlrtl lig E bnr Commence pint o the Nor ef State Road 200 Section 26. Sid line OWNED BY: LAWRENCE COSGROVE BORROW PIT NO 20, HAUL ROAD
Barry Goes to Sea Before of said ro 'hec. run ro boundary of 2 described as follows: the and wife, VIRGINIA LEE COSGROVE. AND DRAIN RIGHT OF-STATION 10581343 -
of public road fr Hawthorne to Waldo South. Range 2 East 10.6 feet line of said Section 10 at a point 1172.49 PARCEL 14.1. RIGHT OF WAY

thenc run a SE'ly/ dlrtio along of the Norwest corner of of feet East of the Southwest corner the That part o That part ef:

the boundary line of Sid ro p-b"; the NW4 Stio 22; thence run of. thence North 2 degrees 3 12 Wef Commence SE corner of NEtt of Government Lets 4 end 5 east cf S. A. L.
Lying within 92 feet of II. survey line of Sot degrees 3 12' Eat 10 feet; 37.2 feet to t. East Seio SWtt of Sec. -'-2 run N. 4 degrees Railroad all In Section is, Townshla

State Road 2 Seio 260 said survey South 6 deret 27 West point 376.6 feet North fr 0 E. 4 ft. to P thence N 87 d 9 South, Range 22 East described as
ln : Be- 10 feet to Beginning of Southeast thref, thence continueNorth grees W. ft. to ro of follows:

: Jumping Into CampaignBy 0m point on the East b.r of .Id Survey line; thence run North 2 2 degrees 3 12" West 9'.9 Highway No. 200;.thence N. 21 degrees Commence en the east lire of Section

Section 22. Township 10 Sh. 2 degrees 3T 12" Wet 5731.53 feet feet, te. North degrees 31' 40 0 W. 1.' f. thence N. 1 degree: 18. Township 9 South Rang 22 East at

East, located 123867 ft. Norh of t h In the North boundary of said Stlo West feet to the North line 3 East 12 ft. thence & < degrees 0 a point 272.45 feet northerly from the

Souh.at bnlr of Sid Stio. 2 (South bnd.r of S.ctlo said Section 9 at a point 84989 feet 843 f. p-b same being in NEo \ Southeast corner ef said Section IS, rum
rn Norh 20 point on Norh bnd.r Section West of the corner thereof SWtt thence North 22
degrees 22
01" West
ARTHUR EDSON For moment for West 160588 to the is. Township Norleet Se 2.2
a newsmen and enough them. Then i was ftt beginning ef.cur. 2 East. Containing 9. Icre. more er I.s. 11 ef the survey line 2343.73 feet run thence North 47 degrees
photographers thought that today he had excluded concave the Southwesterly witha located 117249 fet East of til Norh OWNED BY: ALLEN SURRENCY and of said Slat Road 200 Section 266602505 3T 59" East 431 feet to the Point
reported cameramen radius of 2323 83 feet and I central ang west corner sa .Section
o 1 Wife GRACE SURRENCY; H. H. SUR. said survey line follows ef Beginning ef Borrow Pit No. 20, run
J: BALBOA, Calif. (AP) Sen.Barry they might get close to the too. le erly of 777.37 19 degrees feet 0 s"; thence curve Northw to end A ALSO parcel: of land described, boundedon RENCY and wife HAZEL SURRENCY.PARCEL : Begin O the S eesclb of I said thence North 22 degrees 2T 01" West
a 129.1, RIGHT OF WAY 200 feet,
thence North
20 at run 47
: Goldwater takes t the Republican presidential candidate But he will take along his two West of curve 124762; thence feet North to 3 beginning degrees 2T of 45"a I foot the right Southwest of way line by of the Noreet 200.141 That part of: Seto o Stwet a point 26.5'href.feet tee East 3r 59" East 700 feet run thence degrees South

open sea again today for what who they have not seen news secretaries and' their two curve, concave to the Northeasterly with I bne en the west by the east 4 foot "All Estate that lying portion E cf of S. Lo. L I of R. T.rr.1. r. feet North, thence degrees 24'22 04"degrees West 31 thence 22 degrees South 2T 22 01"degrees East 2T 100 01"feet, East run

be last of since he brushed at the I radius of 29. feet and a central way ln. ef State Road S219A less for Highway U. 301, Nor 100 feet, run thence South 2 degree 38'
day com by and bounded ro als West the line
assistants who back the northeast 'et
cud h te may phone angle of 16 ; thence Northwesterly 2194.0 t Nor o
dres 5'3' o described as that part of Ntt of NW' 20 at 59" West 99X18 feet, run thence Sovth.
said arc of a curve concave to the northeast sid
rest after the November Santa Rosa airport fe' curve to of SEtt E the said Slo pint 517.1 47 37 59"
ut news from the bat end of curve. Northwesterly 668.21 having a radius of 15.feet said ling o highway Northeast there degrees West 280 feet run

.' Thursday. fet along said curve to end of curve; curve bin tangent to 151 40 foot S.ci 41621 Containing 2.23 acres mere o I.s thence North 22 degrees 22 01" West
Wednesday Goldwater heads North 22 degrees 12" West right way line of said State Road Lying feet of the survey line OWNED BY: D. E. WILLAS In wife, 800 feet to the Point of Beginning ef
His schedule called for almost Goldwater apparently considered feet to a point 3 the North T-219-A at the north end of said of State Road 200. Seto 24060, said survey ROSILAND Borrow Pit No. 20.
back t Washington to plunge 21.0 O and to the northeast 141 cure foot line describ follows: Beginon PARCEL RIGHT OF WAY ALSO:
ISI 151
"a of said Section 22 located t.nget -
repeat of Sunday's outing: A taking the whole news into a campaign schedule. bune.r of the Northwest comer 10.6: right way line of said State Road the said Stio 4 at a That part A parcel of the above described parent

leisurely trip on the Sundance, crew along for a spin on the lrt NEtt Eat the NWtt of said Section at the southeast end of said curve 2 pint 84989 feet West of Soth.at The SWtt. East of State Road 200, Section tract for Borrow Pit Haul Road described

On Thursday and Friday he Containing 0.12 acre more or 2. I Containing 0698 acre mere or less exclusive corne thereof thence North 22 degrees 17, Township 9 S.. Range 22 E. as follows:
83-foot FT boat Sundance. But first the senatorruled of existing road right of way. 31' 40" Wet 188117 feet, thence North Lyin within 131 feet of the survey line Lying each side ef and within 20 feet
a tat will talk t separate of OWNED BY: GRANT H. McCRAY andwife ; OWNED BY: OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS 22 degrees 27 07" West 95 feet to R. 200 Sec. 26040. said survey line of a Haul Read survey line said survey

:has been converted into a out the newsmen because, senators group ARLINE McCRAY. COMPANY. the North In. 0 the SE' of said being described I flows: line being described as follows:

yacht he said there wouldn't room Republican ad Houe I RIGHT PARCEL OF 1071 WAY PARCEL 1141. 114.X RIGHT OF WAY Section 4 pint 411.14 feet East Commence o the o Sec. 17 at a Begin on the west line ef Borrow Pit
:ly b members. Also on Friday's That ef That part of: of the Northwest therrf point 11798 ft. E. of SW corner No. 20 as described above at a point
'' p.r : Begin at NE corner of NEtt of SWtt of Containing 1.82 acres I.s. I there. thence S. 22 degrees 22* 01" E. 200 feet South 22 degrees 2T 01" East
schedule is a speech t a GOP The SEtt of the NEtt East o SAL Section 15, Township' 10 Range 22 East, OWNED BY: SCOTT A. BAYNE and wife 10 f to the Point of Beginning thee from the Northwest corner ef said Bar.
Railroad. Except the West M of the run thence West 49348 feet to RR reserve DOROTHY L. BAYNE. degrees 01" W. 36240 ft. to row Pit No. 20. ron thence South 7
Goldwater candidate school run by Rep. I North 330 feet th.rr',. 2 thence South 24 deres East PARCEL 1321 RIGHT OF WAY the West line Sid Sec. 17 at a pint, degrees 37* 59" west 431 feet to The end

Backing Bob Wilson of California."I Township 10 South Range 22 East; 59.7 feet to SW corner thence That par of: 27245 ft. North ef th SW corner of Haul Road survey line

I. ,'Lying within f feet of th survey ln Elst 39072 feet to SE corner thenceforth The of the NWU. S.clo 4. Town of. thence continue 2 degrees 2 01". ALSO:

.will not of State 200, 260 Sidsur.y 3"t degrees West 49348 feet backto sip 10 Sth. Range 2 Eet East of W. 300 n. to the of said survey A parcel ef land for Borrow Pit Drain
b surprse" In. being described folows: NE of forty being the place of b and Southeasterly o line herein ALSO: Lying each side of and within 10 feet
Goldwater said Begin point on the East bund.r ginnin also described as that Block 1 of Maultseys Replat as per That ef:d.srlb ef a line described as follows:
"i te of Section 22. Township 10 S. ,, of NEtt of SWtt East of SAL plat therrf. recorded in Plat Book "C", The N ar of NWtt East of S. R. Begin en the west line of Borrow Pit

Federal Dam Job speech has some political over- 22 East located 123847 @ of Railroad right of way; ling within 14 page 47. Count. See. 20', Range 22 2. No. 20 as described above at a point

tones. In fact throughout Au- the Soth.ast boundary of said Section feet ef the sur.yne State ,Lying within 141 the sur.y line Lying "Ithin Township'S Phe survey line too feet South 22 degrees 2T 01* East
22; thence run North 20 ir 200, Section fft
degr.e 2606. said sur.y line being of State Road 200, Section 26. saidsurvey of said S.R. 200 24040. said survey From the NW corner of said Borrow
gust I will making speechesfairly West 16.8 feet to the beginning of described as : line drsrib as Begin S Pit No. 20 run thence S. 47 degree
being follows: Begin
b cur, co.ve to the Southwesterly with Commence at a pint o the North bun on the said Section In. a 3759" W. 300 feet to the end ef Barrow -
By CABELL PHILLIPS minority for all but two of those regularly and I might be a rdius 2323.8 fet and a central ang dary of Setio Township 10 Souh. 4 at a point 16.8 o West of the o the South line o said Sec. 20 at a Pit Drain.Containing .
le of 19 58" ft. ef the SW comer
: ; thence Northwesterly Range 22 Eat. located 19C060 feet Southeast thence North 22 pint 26.5 In the aggregate 12187 acres
years. dealing fairly regularly with political -' 77737 feet along said curve to of the Northwest corner of the NEtt of degrees 31' 40" West 188117 feet thence therf. thee N. 22 degrees 24 04" W. more er less, exclusive of existing read

,. Ntw Hark (Itmrfl issues in each 'en of curve; the North 3 der.e the NW' of said Seti 22; thence run North 22 degrees 27 07" West 254411 342011 ft.. thence N. 22 degrees 2 01" right et way.
( As an opposition leader, Gold- appar- 2' 4" West fet to the binning South 22 degrees East 10 feet; feet thence North 2 degrees 20" 29" W. 219402 ft. to the North line stO said I OWNED BY: OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS

water played a leading role ance." concave the t.n. South 67 degrees 2r West West 1213 to North line of the See. 20 at a point I 5179.IS n. of theNE COMPANY.
.: WASHINGTON The Senate i with a radius ef 225983 feet and a cen fet to the Point of Beginning of said NEtt of fft NWtt of said Section 4 ata corner thereof. PARCEL 1691 BORROW PIT

1959, when he participated vig- His comment on campaign tral angle ef 14 degrees 56' 33"; thence sure line; thence run North 22 degrees point 107380 feet East of the Northwest BORROW PIT NO 15 and HAUL ROAD
472 less
Northwesterly 668 21 feet West acres more or ex
Interior 5731J3
Committee along said feet, Cotllnln
gave amproval orously in the debates over labor plans was in answer to written cure to end of curve, thence North North boundary of sale Section crossing(South the corner thereof; existing road right of way. RIGHT That part OF ef:STATION 8517554 (PART)

last week t a bill for a legislation that resulted i questions submitted by news- I degr.t 3T the 12"North West 21.0 feet ef to said 2 bund.r of boundary of 1) to a 2 pint, o. OWNED Containing BY 1.:08 ALLEN acres D.more MOORE or less.; VIRGINIA OWNED COMPANY BY: FLORIDA; JULINGTON EQUIPMENT DEVELOP N of NEW and SEtt ef NEtt ef Sec
r Norh tion 4. Township
billion reclamation the Act of men. A dozen queries were given rono' located 190060" East of ship South Range Srtio East located McCARTHY FERN M. DICK- MENT COMPANY. INC.; and IRBY S. described follows 10 South Range 22 East
>$15 pro Ld-Grii the Norhwpst corner of Northeast 117249 feet East of 2 SON; ETHEL M. SPRINGER KEEL and EXLEY and wife, VIRGINIA W. EXLEY as :
the Colorado River secretaries to give NWtt of said Section 22 NW corner of husband BERNE KEEL; WILBUR J. SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE In Commencing on the north line of Sec
for year. ; said Seclon 15 rrorde
gram t hs t i Containing 222 acres more er less ; DICKSON and wife VERA DICKSON; Mortgage Book 334 page 1. of tion 4. Township 10 South Range 22 East
ex flvor
Basin within Arizona. h he answered only clusive of existing i road right of way. That p.r of the above drcrlb parcel I JANET M. DICKSON; JOHN L DICK. Travelers Insurance Company at a point 1073.80 feet easterly from the
OWNED BYCHARLIE A. SMITH of describ a flows SON and wife MARGARET DICK- PARCEL 1601 DRAINAGE EASEMENT Northwest corner of NEU ef NWtt ef

The te. and wife, ELOISE G. SMITH. Bonee o te the easterly SON; HAROLD L. DICKSON and wife LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF STATION Section 4, Township 10 South, Range 22
bi was spnre DroughtIn "What PARCEL fot right way line of State Road HELEN M. DICKSON; ROBERT E. 705-92 East run thence South 22 degrees 20
'by : are your RIGHT 101 200. SeIo 24060-2505, bounded en the 1 DICKSON and wife BETTY LOU DICK- That of: 29" East 121300 feet, run thence North

Barry Goldwat te comments on the PT boat at- That part of: east te westerly 40 foot right ef 'SON; PEARL LANE MASCARI and husband SWtt pr SE' ef Section 15 Township 47 degrees 39- 31" East 441 0 feet to the
Republican presidential The North 330 feet of way line State Road PETE MASCARI. Point ef Beginning of Borrow Pit Na
canddate the W1/* of 5219an 10 Range 22 East LESS South
and Sen. Carl Hayden TexasBy tacks off South Viet Nam? I the SEtt ef NEV4, and the North bounded o the nr by ar PARCEL 13.1. RIGHT OF WAY 284 Suth.tst of Railroad, 15. run thence North 22 degrees 20 29"

feet of the SWtt ef the NEtt East 3 cur. concave north having aradius That par Lying (1) of and within 25 West 400 feet, run thence North 47
Democrat, both of Arizona. Goldwater replied by asking the S.A.L Railroad right of way of Sec of 2 feet Said curve being tangent Lot 8, 1. Maultsb/s Replat efCampville (2) right lef and within 30 frt In degrees 39 31" East 500 feet run thence
I to the easterly 141 foot right of as plat thereof recordedin South 22 degrees 20 29" West 500 feet,
Township 10 way
South ,
tio Rang lateral ditch line said ditch survey
is one of the biggest single reclamation THE ASSOCIATED PRESS these three questions: .2 2 me. of State road 200 at the Northwesterly Plat Book C, Page 17, Public records line being sur.y described as follows: run thence North 47 degrees 39' 31*
American Lying within end ef said curve, and tangent of Alachua County, Easterly of SR East 500 feet, run thence South 22 degrees
ever to clear "I think the people t feet of the survey line' Commencing on the north line of Sec
project ofState Section 26060 said to the westerly 40 foot right of way 200. tion 15. Township 10 South Range 22 20 29" East COO feet ef run
tote and entitled to ask 2. line of State Road S-219.A at the North thence South 47 degrees 39' 31" West
the now goes Crops pastures were I are some ques- survey line described as follows Lying within 141 feet of the survey line East at a point 117249 feet easterly
Begin at a point end of said curve. of State Road 200, Section 26060, said 700 feet run thence North 22 degrees
on the
I East
boundary the Northwest of said Section
from corner
Senate for consideration. the critical stage in Texas todayas ton in regard to this event: of Section 22. Township 10 South Range Containing In the aggregate 1549 acres survey line drcrib I follows: 15 run thence South 22 degrees 32 20 29" West 200 feet run thence South

the bill the long dry hot spell contin the presence of American 22 East. located 123.6 feet North of more or less, exclusive of existing road I Begin on line of the $E'4 of 12" East 4526.39 feet to the Point of Beginning 47 degrees 39' 31" West 400 feet, run
Goldwater regards as Ds the Southeast of said right of way. the SW/4 of Section 33, Township 9 of lateral ditch survey line, run thence North 22 degrees 20 29" West

.the most important piece of legislation destroyers in the area signifythe 22; thence run North 20 degrees Seton OWNED BY: JOHN C. COBB and wife, South Range 22 East at a point 1073 80 1 I thence North 67 degrees 24' 48" East 200 feet run thence South 47 degrees

ued.In West 105.1 feet to the beginning of a JULIA B. COBB. feet Eat of the Southwrt corner .1.re 1145 feet run thence North 32 degrees 3931" West 200 feet run thence North
i his congressionalcareer. 1 other areas, stifling heat possible landing of larger curve to the Sthwesterl. with SUBJECT TO: JUDGMENT recorded In 'of. thence North 2 degrees 20 48" East feet run thence North 22 degrees 20 29" West 300 feet to tthe
a radius of 2323.S3 feet Judgment & Lien Book 2, page 294 In West 1309.22 feet the Southwesterlyextension 27 72.5
forces? Point of Beginning of Borrow Pit
American Ingle No.
and choking humidity added degrees East 112 94 feet to 15.
up ground of degrees 09' 5t"> thence Northwesterly favor of Seaboard Finance Company Inc. ef the Northerly line of lot 11. 37 4" t..nd ALSO:
to records for 'Does mean medium 777.37 feet along said PARCEL 117.1, RIGHT OF WAY Block 5 of said Maultsby's Rrplat in of said sur.y lne.
Known as the Central Arizona high temperature i bmb end of.curve curve to That part of: Containing 0.262 acre more er less exclusive A parcel ef land for Borrow Pit Haul
I ; thence North 39 degrees Campville at a point 28 45 feet South.westerly Road

Project, the plan calls for an the date. ,ers are going to be used ii ning 28' 43 of" West 1247.62 feet to the begin The Railroad SEtt Section of the 15.NWtt Township East 10 of South SAL of the Northwest corner there OWNED of BY existing ROXIE road BRISTOW rlqht of; way.H. F. Lying described each side as ef follows and within 20 feet

extensive series of federally financed water supplies i terdict the supply lines? Does it easterly a with curve a, radius concave of to the Norl I Range 22 East of. BRISTOW and wife, MARTHA B R 15 of a hual road centerline said haul
Municipl 29.1 'et Containing .27 more or I less TOW; S. D BRISTOW and wife road centerline being described as fel
and Lying within feet acre
ef the
a central line
dams and reservoirs on parts of Texas and 'mean a change is taking placein angle ef 1 5'33"thence of State 11 Section survey said OWNED BY: MAYBELLE BROWN; and BRISTOW F. T. BRISTOW An wife. lows

the Colorado and its Arizona ,Louisiana. The only spots i policy at White House sId! cure Northwesterly of 6a.21; thence North along survey line 2.descrlbe 26 : DAISY MANUEL. ERNESTINE BRISTOW; MAE No.Begin en the west line ef Borrow Pit
escaping foreig degrees 32 12" cur Commence at a North PARCEL 144.1 RIGHT OF WAY DUGGER and husband GUY 15 as described above at e point
West DUG
tributaries to relieve a chronic the long dry spell and theblistering ; Department levels?" 2 o the North boundary 2a.0 to A pint dary of Section pit. Township 10 bun, That par of: GER; RUBY LEE CAIN and 400 feet South 22 degrees 20 29" East
Lots 13 and 14, Block t, from the Northwest
corner ef said Borrow -
I located Range 22 East, located 1900.60 East MaultsbysR.pl.t JAMES CAIN; CHLOE ROSIER and husband
water shortage i the senator's hot weather were The number one question on corner 10.6, NE feet 4 East of.the$of the Northwest of the Northwest corner of the fet'!. of In Campville as per therr' ROBERT ROSIER. Pit No. 15, run thence South 47

Twine Whatabout Section 22; NWI of saidContaining the NWtt of said 22; thence run recorded In Plat Book "C" Page PARCEL 165.1, 1652 BORROW PIT degrees 39 31" West 441 feet to the end
around the Texas coastal bend. the list was political: Secto
stte.Goldwater 0.gj acre South East feet; Public Records of Alachua Cont. Easterly BORROW PIT NO. 17. HAUL ROAD of Haul Road centerline
has I eliminating more Or less exCiusivt 2 drgr.r 10 of State Road 200 95473.10 Containing In the aggregate 20 915
opposed many President Johnson of existing road right of hence Sut" degrees 27 West Ind AND DRAIN RIGHT OF STATION acres
way. of State Road 5254. more er less exclusive of
existing read
BY: en-ILLINOIS feet the Point of Beginning of
projects for the development of Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy Copany. GLASS sid survey thence run North Lying within 141 fet of the survey line That ef: right ef way.

.natural resources that involvedthe Red Trawler vice possibility PARCEL 1111 degrees 3r Int Wet 5731.53 feet cross 2 of State Road Section 24040 Sid SV4 of p.r NEtt of Section 29, Township CSouth OWNED BY: JAMES H. DYESS and
as a RIGHT OF WAY leg the North boundary said Section survey line described I follows: Range 22 East, East of S.A.L. wife, PEARL A. DYESS
use of federal He I ? That part ef: 22 (South of Section 15) to a gin on the Southwesterly extension of R.R. described follows: PARCEL 171.1. BORROW PIT
fund. Checks Out The bndlr the Southerly of said Lot 12 I BORROW PIT NO 14, HAUL ROAD
the NE'A. point on boundary of Section bundlr
WR if East of Seaboard Commence the south line ef the NWtt
said that such Democratswill AMl at Southwesterly of o AND DRAIN RIGHT OF STATION
once "That is one the 'fh > *dLESS the North 15. Township 10 South. Range 2 East a point fet ef of Section Township South. 8044841 -

be undertaken either by the Goldwatersaid. feet th'rrf. 0' TownshIp 20 lolte. 172.4 feet East of th North the Suthst corner threof. thenceNorth NE'22 at 2. 74824 feet
Range East point
2 That
Russian fish- have to answer, South. Range ESst. said Section 20 29" West 727.60fet. part ef:
states or by private MIAMI (AP-A choose Lying within 2 of the Containing 3.63 acres. 1.or less, extusive thence South degrees 29' 31" westerly from tthe Southeast corner ef (1) NVi of NWtt ef Section 10, Township
enterprie.He log trawler headed south off the "Anyone they wi o State Road 9 fet. Section sur.y, line of existing road of West 10 feet thence run North 2 degrees said NWtt of NEtt ef Section 2. run 10 South Range 22 East, and

has proposed tat gov-: be saddled with Bobby easterly of survey station 83- 200 south- OWNED BY: JOHN righ and WiY.wife, 2V 29" West 98349 feet, thne thence South 22 degrees 24' 04 East (2) SV ef SWtt of Section 3. Township
ernment dispose of holdings Florida coast today, no longer within 9 frt 0' the eonstruetlon center and DOLLIE BOONE. North 22 der.e 24' 4" West 11.2 716.07 feet, ,u thence North 47 degrees 10 South, Range 22 East, described al-
Coast Guard surveillance.The Billy Sol Estes, South VietNam line of Sid State Road 200' Nolhwest- PARCEL 119.1. RIGHT OF WAY feet to tie South line of the / 35' 54" East 431 feet to the Point of Beginning Commence on the north line ef Section
under erly of NW' of said Section 33 at a 9, Township 10 South, Range 22 East ata
In the Tennessee Valley Auth U.S. prestige centerline' station said That part of: the / point of Borrow Pit No. 17, run thence
Coast Guard sent a plane and waning survey line and centerline 6382.0. Tie SW of the NEtt of the NWtt East 49442 feet East of the Southwest corner South 22 degrees 24' 04" East 700 feet point 84989 feet, westerly from the

ority. around the world. He sounds and Said Stations being bing > S. A. L Rlird. LESS the South thereof run thence North 47 degrees 56" East Northeast corner of said Section 9, run
The senator has been a staunch and a 40-foot patrol boat to low Begin said survey late I I fl- 2 feet th.rrf Setio 15 Township ALSO: '30 feet run thence North 3' degrees hence South 22 degrees 31* 40" East

check on the trawler in the ike a loser to start with. on the East bundar of Section pint South. Range 22 A parcel of land In said Lot 14 d.scrib 24' 04" West 800 feet run thence South 299.85 feet run thence South 85 degrees

advocate of the Central Arizona Township 10 Sth. Range 22 East 2 Lying within 141 feet of th survey line I bounded on the west by the lS' 67 degrees 35' 56" West 300 feet run 13 40" East 179454 feet run thenc
vicinity of Molasses Key 30 Cte 1233.67 'et North of the South- 0' State Road 20. said foot right of way line of State Road thence South 22 24' East 100 South 85 degrees C9' 40" East 200 lee'sto
however since the Supreme OF THEEIGHTH 2600.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT boundary survey line bounded the north by the south d.gree 1" the Point of Beginning of Borrow Pit
.ojet Court last cut miles south of Miami, Mondayto JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND run North 20 derees sid Setio 22; thence West Commence at a describ North lS : 20.foot right of o way line of State Road fet to the Point of Beginning o BorrowPit No. 14, run thence South 85 degrees
away o bun
year No. 17.
make the vessel stayed FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDALAW 105.aa feet to of 4'I dar of Sec. 22, Township 10 S-23. and bounded o the southeast b 9040" East 500 feet run thence NortH
legal entanglements over competing sue Ne.STATE Concave to the binning curve 22 East, 190060 feet Elst arc of a curve concave to ALSO: 4 degrees 50 20" East 7CO feet, run
with Ilte
limit. DEPARTMENT OF radius of Southwesterly I jf the NW A parcel of the above decrlb parent hence South 85. degrees W 40" East
outside the three-mile 233.1 I central the NE'A of theNW' southeast having a radius of feet
: claims on the waters of an Agency of the State ot Ole of 10 In ef said Sec. 22; run South to 5 East tract for haul read lS 200! feet run thence North 4 degrees
FLORID. deree said
; thenc curve being *
the Colorado by Arizona and After the vessel passed Molasses Westerly 77.37 0 51 thene Norh 22 degrees 32 12" East feet; thence 141 foot right of tangent way line of State Lying each side of and within 20 feet 50 20" West 200 feet run thence North
and to end of ; thence'"NoSl" cur. South 47 degrees 2748" West 10 feet to of a haul road sur.y line, said haul 85 degrees 0940" West 300 feet, run
:California. Key i headed south ALACHUA COUNTY. a Political Sub grits 2 cure 4" West 1100.05 3 de to he Point of Beginning of said survey Roae tangent 200 at the to the South South end of 40 said foot curve rightof survey line being described I fol- thence South 4 degrees 5V 20" West 200
division of the State of the line thence Iro.d: (eet, run thence North 85
from the coast according end ef said ; run North 22 degrees degrees Of
: Goldwater's name has not yet away Petitioners survey line It survey 3 way line of said State Road $23 the west line of Borrow Pit
station 613 plus 02.00 2" West 5731.53.feet, crossing the said o 40" West 250 feet run thence South '.
at the east end of
Centerline curve.Containing
to; a Coast Guard spokesman. v. plus st.tio of said Sec. (South I No. 17 as described lbv. at a pint degrees 50 20" West 400 feet run n.ence
.been attached to any major legislation RITA B. BAYLOR et II. fling 6 8.0 which Is the bin bund.r Sec. 15) to 2 bun 0.584 acres more or Ifss. 110 feet South 22 24' 04"
I point North 85 degrees 09 40" West 150 feet,
cur. concave to the o OWNED BY OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS
Con- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN : the NW corner of said Borrow Pit
emanating from norh North of 15 fro
.ndlnts.NOTICE NISI 0' boundary Se. Township 10 run thence South 4 degrees 50" 20" West
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. No. run thence South 47 degrees
gress. This, however, is not regarded NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN I thence cHtrll angle of 16 degrees SA* w;* South East Range of the 22 NW located 172.42feet PARCEL 1471, RIGHT OF WAY 56'* West 431 feet to the end 3' 600 feet to the Point of Beginning ef
'N RE: PROCEEDINGS- THE NAME AND said Northwesterly 677.67 trt Iiong corner of sid Seton That 0'. road o Borrow Pit No 14 ALSO:
as surprising. Few Re- Estate ofPETE BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE SATE cure of .; thence U; Lot p.r. 3. 4, 5, 6, Block 17, of ALSO A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Haul

senators have given DINGLE Alsolnwn as LLIDWHOM Norh to 2 degrees 32 12. west 40721 Containing of 1 78 acres, more or less exlusive Campville as per plat thereof recorded .A p.rel of land for Borrow Pit Drain Road described as:
publican TOFA existing rosd right of
Peter Dingle, IT MAY CONCERN of said Section on the rth bunda" OWNED BY: GOERGE A. BROWN way.and in Plat Book "A" page I of the Put lying westerly of and within' 2 feet of a Lying northerly of and within 40 feet of
to laws since and to all persons and parties having orclaimino 22 located lic records of Alachua County; and line
names new Deceased East of the fet wife, ANITA D. BROWN. as follows: a haul road survey line, said survey
thei NOTICE TO CRDIOI any right title interest s NEIA of Northwest corner of the PARCEL' RIGHT OF WAY SWI. of the NWtt East of State Road 'Rgln at the NE corner of Borrow Pit line being described as follows:
when Goldwater began his of ether lien to or in the NE'4. said' Sec 22; thence 1.1. 9 South,
ate mortgage North ; continue That 20 Section 3 Township Range No. 17, I described above, run thence Begin at the Southwest corner ef Bor.

Senate service, for the reason All Creditors of the Estate of Pete parcels of land herelnlf.r described.end with, 100 feet to 2 end degrees 32 12. West The Plr, of the NWtt cf the NE',* of North 22 degrees 24' 04" West 75 row Pit No 14 as described above, run
Dingle also known as Peter Dingle deceased the following prsons. together Containing *.tl "me're1 ogles'rlne. the NWtt East of State Road 200 Lying within 131 feet of the survey line feet to the end of Borrow Pit Drain.Containing thence North 85 degrees 09' 40" West
their has been in the hereby notified and required : ill unknown cl.imin by. ?f acres of of State Road 200 Section saidsurvey .
tat party are pros who cluslve of existing road Setio 15. Township 10 South Range 260. In the aggregate 5 810 acres 200 feet run thence North 85 degrees
to file any claims or demands which I through or persons be OWNED BY: STANLEY C.right 0' WlY. Eat. 2 In. described as Beginon more or I.s exlucsive' of existing road 13' 40" West 179654 feet to the end of
TO aiD have against said Estate In'' are ded. or who are not known to Wife. THOMAS and the et.nsio of the of
INVITATION they may JULIA E. THOMAS. Lying within 141 feet of the survey line souhwet.rly right way. haul road, ALSO
Sfle bids wi be received In the the Office of the Count Judge of Ala-! dead SECTION 26 : COUNTY PARCEL 112.1. RIGHT OF WAY of State Road 200. Section said Southerly .Id 12 at I OWNED BY: JOE G. FURNARI and A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Drain
Robert Broward. A.I A..Arch chua County, the Courhous STATE ROAD- ALCHUA' ADDRESSES That part 0': survey line being described 26 : point 2845 feet Southwesterly of the wife, MARCIA M. FURNARI. No. 1, lying easterly ef and within 20
Itect. 11444 State Road .. at Gainesville. Florida "ithln 111 2 NAES a The North 20 feet of the NW'4 Commence at a point the North boun- Southwest comer th.re', thence North SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE In feet of a line described as follows-:
of reord@
.Florida (mailing Iddr.s P. O. Box 37. calendar months from the date of the Dlckson East 0' Railroad of NEI4. of 22 Township o 10 South; 22 degrees 2 2" Wet 60 feet t.nce O. R. Book page 189 of Commence at the southwest corner of
Section Srtlo 23.
,Mandarin Florida) until 4:00 P.M. first publication of this Notic. Each Bet Lo 10th Street ToWnship 10 South. Range Elst. 2 dar 22 located feet East South 6 degrees 39" 31" West 10 feet William B. Trustee. Borrow Pit No. 14 as described above,

E.S.T.. Thursday, August M. 196. for claim or demand must b writing Long Beach California Lying within 92 feet of 2 of the Northwest corner 190.6 100 feet; thence run North 22 degrees 20 2 PARCEL 1471, 1472 BORROW PIT run thence North 4 degrees SO 20" East
'the construction of Croup and must state the place residenceand SRD 132.1 centerline of State Road costrcio NEtt of the NWtt of said Section 22. West 983.49 .feet thence North 2 d BORROW PIT NO. 19 600 feet, run thence South 85 degrees
at 0'1 leno Stae Park between Ocala and post office address of the Claim 26060. sid 2. Setion i thence run South 22 32 12" green 24' 1' West 111.2 feet RIGHT OF STATION 1024-5435 (PART) 09 40" East 150 feet run thence North
'High Florida State Project No. ant and must be sworn to by the Claim follows c.nt.rlnl bin dgr.r South line the ,- the NWtt That of
Spings Fern M. : I I East feet; thence South degrees plr : 4 degrees iV 20" East 400 feet to the
ant his agent or his attorney, or It will Dicks. Commence at a 2 10 6 of said Section 3 at a pint 49642 feet SWtt Sec. 17. Township 9 S. Point ef Beginning ef said line, run
1 2I. law. 504 pint on the East West M feet to the Point of Beginning '! of theNW' Rin.
to South of
., specifications may be picked become void according Danville boundary of to the 22 E.east of S. A. L Railroad, thence North 4 degrees 50" 20" East
of said
.up at the office of the Architect upon DATED this Ut day ef August AD. IlnilSRD South Range 2 located Township/ 10 22 sur.y line; thence run of said Seton 33 at e pint Commence on the north line of Sec. 20. 100 feet to the end of Borrow Pit

payment of I ten dol.r (100) deposit 1964 13.1Harold fet North of 2 5oua 1235.67 Nor der.e 31' 12 West 5731.S3 49642 feet East Southwest Township 9 South Range 2 Cast at a Drain No. 1, ALSO:

Her each complete cotrlc docu (S) QUEEN ESTER DINGLE L. Dlckson820V said Slo 22; thence run bund.r of fet. crossing te bndlr of thr.of point/ 11798 feet easterly the A parcel ef land for Borrow Pit Drain
ment Deposit checks sil made Queen Ester Dingle, Administratrix N. Walnut St. dere II q' West loos.ss feet Sid S.ctlo 2 Sut Sec 495 acres, more or less exclusive west corner of said 20.No No. 2 lying each side of and within It
ef Pete Dingle also known as Peter to S to a the North bound of existing rights of way. Si rn
Arthtect.S !
Robert C follows
Danville, Illinois binning a concave to to 15 pint O thence South 22 01" East feet of a line described as :
Bids sal accompanied by a bid Dinle. SRD 132.1 Southwesterly cre.a of S.clo Township 10 South, OWNED BY: ARDIS I. TILLMAN. 76.95 feet run thence 2 72 Begin on the west line ef Borrow Pit
uarant I n tftan five Mr centJ(5 PAGAN a ANDERSON ft I Central rdlu 19 21 Range located 117249 feet Eastof SUBJECT TO: AGREEMENT HELD BYR. 27 59" East 47862 feet to the drre No. 14 as described above at a point

pet ) ef t of the bid whichahau Attorneys at Law Helen M. Dlckson820V ss. ; Thence degree. the Northwest corner of said Section H. WEGHORST. Beginning of Pit No. 19, run 100 ft N. 4 degrees Sir 20" E. from
Northwesterly 80rro
be a cel'l.chcsr.cl, 212 Southeast First Street N. Walnut Street along said curve curve IS; PARCEL 149.1. RIGHT OF WAY thence North degrees 59" East tthe SW corner et Borrow Pit Na. 14.
; thence
check made payable I ttia O. Gainesville for, Florida Administratrix Danville, Illinois I to Norfls 3 degrees 21 43' Wet 1100.02 feet Cot.lnlng 0.51 acre, more or les. That The par of of: NEtt. East of State Road 400 feet, run thence 0 degrees run thence N. 85 degrees 09 40" W.
lid Bond will R be Attorneys SRD 1321 the Point of Belnn/n/ of said OWNED BY: E. N. THOMS and wife, 01" East 450 feet run thence South 200 ft. to the end ef Borrow Pit No.
The Florida Park Service reserves'the (3530) 1:4 1. ,.2 Iteln. said pint bin the beginning c.n MILDRED M. 2 Section 32 Township 9 Sut. Range 5'degrees 59" West feet, run 14, Drain No. 2,
the 03
right to reject any and ell bids and to CLL FOR BIDS Janet M. Dlckson 10f curve the Northeast. PARCEL 1251, RIGHT OF WAY East NEtt of thence 85 degrees 7 01" Containing 14.680 acres more er less exclusive
:accept the bid In Of 617 N. Griffin erly wit I radius of That part of: NWtt of NEtt East of State Road 2 Wet ef existing road r-w
Intertl CONTRACTOR Strtl feet feet Nom 4
t..b thence
,the State of Flord.. ,_ :::-. GANESVILE Danville I Ingll of 1 deres 213 36' In Commence W.re E ln of Hiway Intersects Section 2. Township 9 Suth. Range 2 5 East run 100 feet to the dere Beginning or- OWNED BY: ALLEN SURRENCY and

SERVICE. .,. Slle b received by c The SRD 1321 ,thence Northwesterly 67.67 feet along Sne N'! of SWttof East; SWtt of SEtt of Borrow Pit No. 19. o wife GRACE SURRENCY; H. H. SUR
BY: N. E. MILER. JR Industrial Coisio State of said cure end of thence North Sec. 10102 E 350 ft. NW parallel SW/4 East of State Read 200 Section 0.537 RENCY and wife, HAZEL SURRENCY.
DIRECTOR Florida,' It the IrCitet. Jon L. Dlckson 2 degrees 3? 12 West 407.2i to ''to Hiway f. W 350 ft. SE along 20, Township 9 South Renge 22 East; Cont.inin. acres mre or 1.s ex PARCEL 175.1, BORROW PIT
I point frt Government Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. East of existing road right of way,
,(15211 8:.1 Moore and .May 'Architects Ridgeview Road on the Nor 0' said Hiway 800 ft. to ; ALSO- BORROW PIT DRAIN FOR BORROW
First 'Street Gainesville Florida; until Danville Illinois Section 2 bunar East lying within 141 feet of the sur.y line of State Road 20 Sectio 1 Township PIT NO 12 RIGHT OF STATION 7370745 -
0' NO.
PIT 19
.UDGE 4 o'clock P.M. E.S.T.' Tuesday August SRD 1321 the NW come of the NE% 0' the NW' of State Road 200, said 9 South Range 2 Eat. (PART)
ALACHUA COUNTY' STATE Of of ,Lying within feet of th* ( )
It J944. "hlch time and place all Sid Sio 22; thence continue North survey line bin describ : sur.yn. That part of: 104465 That part ef:
IDA received will be publicly opened and Margaret C. 22 feet Begin the said of State Road 200 Section 26040-2505 said SWtt of NEtt except North 500 feet of
bdi Diks 3 12 Wet 10 to the o Seti of NW'4 of Section 30, Township
tiN RE THE -'Oi aloud furnishing all materialsand 301 Ridgeview of said cet.rln 10 at a point 224392 South survey line described as follows Beginon N'I West 500 feet of SWtt ef NEtt ef Section
ARS. VILLA BUNS f ContaInIng f.e East line ef said Section 32 at a 9 South Range East east of
constructing the following Danville Illinois ICr. more or Norwest corner thence South t 2 S.A.L 15, Township 10 South, Rang 21 East.
PETITION lab I.s. cx- R. R.. described follows
NOTICE OF PILING elusive Northeastcomer
i fORPINAL in Florida: SRD of existing road right 12" East to 21.3 feet South o the a described as:
DISCHARGE Giinsvl. 13.1Robr OWNED "IY. deres 3 37. fet 22 degrees Commence on north line
OF. EXECUTOR BY: CHESTER thence North 1.
OFFICE W. HUTCHINS the of said a 'here. o SrlH Lying westerly ef and wlthlng 20 feet
: Notice Is hereby given, we FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION E. Dickson and wife, RUBY HUTCHINS. point 117249 feet East Seio Southwestcorner 24 West 31545 feet to 20 Townshio. 9 Sh. Range Eet of a line described as follows
filed our final return as. executors of 10th Street PARCEL 113.1. RIGHT the North line said point 117 98 easterly the
Service OF Commence of Sectonis
Florida State Employment Eel WAY: th.rrf; o Sei 3 on the north line
*the Estate of Mrs. Villa Buns deceas- Workmen's Division Long Beach CaliforniaSRD That part of: Containing 10 acres, more or less, exclusive (South line o Sio 2) Northwest corner of si $ 20. run Township 10 South, Rang 22 East ata
have filed petition Copstl thence S. 22 degrees E. 76095
our The
1ed; : Field. 132.1 South 26'"!.of The the of existing road right of way. point 14380 feet Northeastcorner point 117249 feet easterly from the
trttl-ef the residue of the I Copltlo SEtt SW4 o ft.. run thence N. 72 degrees 59"
: Ofici of OWNED BY: WILLIAM B. WATSON and thereof thence continue Nor 2 2 Northwest comer of said Section 15 run
final E 47862 ft. to Point
fr discharge. .n GIIMsvle Florida Vera Dickson tin .iTownshipT.SSSn s- wife, MARGARET D. WATSON. !degrees 24' 04" West 5597.52 fet .. o Beinnin o thence South 22 degrees 32 12" East
August 1944. we will 0 '. Rin. Borrow Pit 19 .
.t. tl Any Ifer the specified 1311 McKln.y Street 2 PARCEL 126. 16.2 RIGHT OF WAY North line of said Seion 2(South line Fn thee 141094 feet, run thence North 87 degrees
Honorable H. H. McDonald County b r.lve 59" E. .
ti wi nt t COsirt Danvie. iinis LYin within 11 feet of the survey line That part of Section 20) at a 263.5 feet Eastof degrees 0 6 ft. run 28' 43" East 94435 feet, run thence
ef County. Florida forepproval en
Judge thence S.
dearest 54 01"
Allcll' 131 0 Rod 2. Section said The SWtt o NW. and the N 13 oft the Northwest corner there. thence E. 450 North 1 degree 09 12" West 73036 feet,
of II return and for an certified check or cashiers check made survey line b/nl/ d.Krlb 260 : NWtt .Section 10. Township continue North 22 degrees West ft., fun S. 4 degree* 03 run Thence North 87 degrees 41' 4$"
order of distribti of reid of said payabe to The Florida Industrial Com Wilbur J. Dkkson Comeponce pint o the St Range 2 East. East 3420.11 feet thence North 22 degrees 2 W. 7\ ore run thence N. 85 ,:Eat 471.37 feet run thence South 1 degree

state, d Villa as executors -, misi In the amount ef five per cent 1311 McKinley Street bdlr o 2 Townthip Nor LESS a o eisti de 22 4" West 219402 feet to the No 56' 01" 5 ft, run thence N. 4 28* 12" East 453 feet, run thence
ef tr will ef Mrs. Buns.
base bid as guarantee that the Danville Illinois S. Rn 22 East located scribed I fllw Commence where Elf line said Section 20 (St green 0 5" 10 ft. to the Point North 88 degrees 31' 4$" East 150 feet
.e.el. bidder awarded the contract, will SRD 131Jrl" Eat? 'L *". Nor.st I96 of S line of N 1-3 o 17) at a East Beinin Pit No. 19 ALSO: to the Point of Beginning of Borrow
this 14th day"ef July. 1944. I tth. Si pit 17.9 o
p within consecutive clea days aft HE' ef Use NW said Sec- '! of SW1* ef Sec. E of lend for Borrow Pit Haul Pit Drain, run thence South 1 degree Vf
JAMES S. Executor o 10102 3 thee
Nowet tet.
WERSH. I written notice bing give.of such M HiI tl 22; Thence run South degrees ft. NW parallel to Hiway 10 f. W t 22 01" West ROM described as- 12" East 100 feet to tie end cf Borrow
.' WILLIA Executor award enter into a "rl"e contract wit 2027 Lake Illinois Road 3 12" East 10 tt tee 2 Swrth a n. SE along Hiway 800 ft. ; tie. Nor feet to the East line said Sec Lying each side' of and within 2 ft o Pit Drain

(11 7:2 11. IINOTICE t Florida Industrial Commission In Folt.1261 es z 4H Wrt fet to the Lying within 141 'et o the survey line II at a paint .o a haul roM survey line "crlb Containing 0.014 acres more or less.
OF SALE cOr.n with the accepted bid, and give 16 Point of Beinin o said survey line; of State Road Sei 24040 saidsurvey ti Southeast corner 274 Nor o Begin' en th. west lin o Boro. Pit' OWNED BYl OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS
bond satisfactory to tee degrees l line described t 'l.re. tel No 19 >s described *
r" 37 COMPANY.
lur.t Theodore D. a flow erin
Hazen North
-.o art hereby notified that the fUO Sid owner amount equal I to o 2027 Norwood Road Wlt 5731.53 tt. crossing the 12 o the South li of Sei lt tf ft 2 the degrees North 2 ef W.s 100 ft. N. 4 cr"OT 59" f. t
vehicle 1942 I per cent of the price boundary o Section ( i point 117249 Southwestcorner 34.1 Go- SW corner lid Borrow Pi No. 19,
-Ing motor : huner ctr.c Lake Forest Illinois 2 S Els o"e 3 ef Section 11. Township o TAKE NOTICE that a declaration
Section 15) to thereof, thence 72 degrees 59" W.
'4-dr will be sold at publicsale : checks offered a gu.rln SRD 126.1 bar II e J'nt' o 2 derre lo of Taking has been fifed In the above.styled
r S699. o'clock the day; t, must have Florida Documentary 126 Ie Nor boundary of @ 15. 3T 12" West 37. test to t@ 9 S. Rin. 22 East et a point 678.42 ft. to the end o Haul Rsad IUr.yI cause by the Petitioners, the acquiring .
10:0 o 10 Range line the Northeast corner
to. a 3C7661
ef August. at 1321 Stamps Itlde.No Berne Keel eated S. 2 o 421 fe Wft o authority of these proceedings ef
16 withdraw his bid for a 174 ef te Northwest Feet Nor from The Southeast corner ; Containing M the aqgr,g fe 71S8 acres
Street. The proceeds b 110 N. Jackson Street corner the taking ef tie above-described lands,
G.lnsvl. Flrid. period thirty days after the date set Section 15; continue degrees Containing 17.25 acres, more less.
tr mere less exclusive existing read
Danville. Illinois 2 o
f the II. t to the pay Containing t75 No o o for the purpose set forth In the Petition
thereof.All more or West 99893 GLASS
for the opening OWNED BY: OWENS-ILLINOIS .
SRD 132.1 lu. 3 Nor right way.OWNED
ef retaking
fet of the storin work shall be done bi accordance OWNED BY: A. O. THOMAS wIfe. degrees 31' I West 1391.71 ftt COMPANY. BY: FLORIDA TRACTOR In this cause viz: As right ef way for
sale of said motor vehicle t 290 in Alachua
>cest ef publication of notice of In and with pl" specifications In contract Ethel M. Springer Ke HATTIE PARCEL M THOMAS OF the North line o li'Secton 9 at PARCEL 1S1. 150J.. RIGHT OF. WAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY; JULINGT 0 N a County portion Florida of State and Read that One Honorable
relative thereto preparedby 110 N. 141. WAY point 1. feet Wet the Noratcrr That part DEVELOPMENT COMPANY INC. IRBY
4jhn to the satisfaction of the balance Jlc nit pert o O George L. Patten, one ef The Judges ef
and May Gainesville. Danville o The SEtt SEtt and SW ef NEtt East S. and wife, VIRGINIA W.
-due under the contract with Calvin M .1 The te
C Plans and lil. SW4 the SE'A Elt the SAL acre, more er State Road 29, Township' EXLE the Circuit Court In The Eighth Judicial
o .9
Rt. 1. Box 157 Hawthorne. Fl. 2 sio
131 Less $ o Circuit of Florida, will, en the 4th day
.rln may be examined at hilr. t OWNED : S. H. BAYLOR and wife, Range SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE In
f tee
said Eat. .
the financing .
mo S. rtrd of A. D. 1964, at 11:45 ajnIn
.da cv.rn o the office of the owner In TIIIIII. S. 1 TownshIp 1 RITA B. BAY1.OR.SUBJECT 131 feet the survey line Mortgage Book 336, 1. August
Any surplus be paid Rang I fao Courthouse at
1 County
Pel MaK.r pg e the Alachua
.t "I at the office 2 Els. TO: of State Road 200 Section 26060, said Travelers'Insurance
you and you win liable for Flri. o e tl Irl Lying ,, feet Or MORGAGE. rrdt I Copy. Gainesville, Florida, consider said Dec*
any balance remaining unpaid under said te'CIIvl.Florida. Danville, Illinois state Road 200 t JTe line O. R. Book U 26 e survey line being described as toitows; PARCEL 1681, EASEMENT laration ef Taking appoint acwilwrs.
contract. O and contract docu SRD 132.1 o survey line being saie Tle D. a" .. Jean M Begin en the East line ef said sre BORROW PIT NO. 18 and HAUL ROAD and make such Order as the Court
Dated this 22nd day on forms for bidding may b at a point described a follows: line described I follows: Begin t RIGHT OF STATION 971-16.60 deems proper. All parties to the suit and
o Jul. 1u general contractors only Coe o The boun- PARCEL 127.1. RIGHT 32 at a point That of .
ASSOCIATES sure Lane of Section No 12. OF WAY East Ine of si Plr : all parties Interested may appear and be
CORPORATION t ofie of the Irlt. by depositing Pur May Mlslr dar Elst. 2 1 South. That pr of: 298.35 feet South Northeast cor NW4 o NEtt o Section 29 Township heard at the time and place designated.
,. i. from gerr Strt hn 2 late 196 fet Eat S" of NEtt. 9. Township thereof, thence North 24 South, Range East described as
BY: H. L. JAMERSON.Gainesville trit S0 T DanvUle Illinois Tl Si .n 2 dre 2 You and each ef you ere hereby
Florida cta be refunded upon SRD 132.1 NW t said Section m of t. S. Range 2 C Wet 31.4 feet to No liMo Mlows: commanded to appear by filing an Answer
bone tide bid and re o 2 tee within 141 ef the (South line list south line of the NWif
r Commence en heretofore
"3532) I:4 South degrees 12" Lylg Eas o frt I. li o Si to the Petition filed In
tr of said plans and contract docu Virginia McCarthy thence 2 67 3 10* : survey o State _Read Section a point 143.80 feet .' NEtt ef Section 29 Townshio 9 South this cause in the entitled Court en er
NOTICE OF SALE met In good coiti within ten days 506 Franklin St. 10 S dre 2 Wet 2 said survey line described as fol Northeast corner thereof the continueNorfls Range 22 East at a point 74824 feet before the 2nd day ef September, A. D.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Ife date set opening o bids. Danville. f line; Thence run BelMn ef said lw Begin O the South Inc ef said I 2 cre 24" 6 WEs SS97J2 westerly from the Southeast corner ef the 1964 to show what right title Interest

You are hereby notified that the following general contractors dtlr more SRD Ilini 32 12" West 5731.53 No, 2 crr Si 10 at point 17 feet East feet to I line Sid Si NW' ef NEtt of said Section 29, run or liens you or any of you have In
motor vehicle: 1944 Ford FitS than one set of such plans .pli. 131 North boundary of tl o t Southwest t. thence 29 ( ln ef Section 20) thence North 22 degrees 24 04" West and to th* above-described land and
PU f1ONjl3 wilt be sold It publK: tl ts may b obtained py, Allen D. boundary of II S 2(S 22 cr 3 3237.23 2643J3 fet th* Northwest comer 92749 feet run thence South 85 degrees show cause why the same should net be
sale 10:0 o'clock O the 10th t Ct o 4uplllti which Itt 1(37 M the North boundary 1) pln'. o feet to The Ea of Section 9 at. thereof; o 57* 64- East 688.86 feet te the Point of taken for the uses and purpose set
Bay ef 114 at 1321 No Main rae. Glendale' 8. California 10 o S point 307641 North from the Southeast Containing 7J4 acres more er less. Beginning ef Borrow Pit No. 18. run forth In the Petition flied herein.
*treet Gainesville Florida. Th p Sublrao and material suppliers SRD sip. S. Range 2 located corner thereof t continue North OED BY.JOE G. FURNARI and thence South 4 degrees Vf 56" West 500 WITNESS my Hand and the Seal *l

el th* sale will b Ipl drawings e .pf. 12 net of said Els. o No c 2 32 12" feet thence M. FURNARI. feet, run thence South 85 degrees 47 said Court en this Uttt day ef July,
.t I ffi ct staring font from t Irlte b Yl A. O. Thomas ConSsinlisg 3.37 ; d degrees 31' Wet 13 SUBJECT TO: MRTGAE. 'rt I 04" East 400 feet run' thence North 4 A. D. 1944,
**d 0 said motor vei. on the cost of rat e 7 1504 Fairmount Avenue road right ar of .olulv. o cxisting feet ta the North beta a O. R.. BO 27 18. I .n e degree* Vf 54" East joe feet. run Wience J. B. CARMICHAEL
Ct of pblltl of ntle end cents per sheet for drawings e 1. Philadelphia Pennsylvania OWNED BY: ROXIE at a point 849.89 West o theNortheast William Ml p North 85 degrees 57" 04" West 400 feet Clerk ef the Circuit Court,
I te t Ntl'ltl the balance per set for specifications plus hali SRD 1111 BRISTOW and BRISTOWj H. F. comer tre PARCEL 11.1. OF WAY to the Point ef Beginning ef Borrow In and for Alachua County,
t with J. M. Mc., charges. wife. MARTHA BRIS Containing 1.87 m less, That part Pit No. 18. Florida
Jjantel. Rt. 2 Box 23A Stark Florida Bidders' Qualifications must be satisfactory Thomas TOW S. D. BRISTOW and wIfe RUBY OWNED BY: LINDSEY WHITING The NY the SE, East of State Road ALSO By: Emily Waterhousa
covering financing o Si motorteMcl. to The Florida Industrial Com HIm Avenue BRISTOW; F. T. BRISTOL a wife. TON and wife. GERTRUDE WHITING 2. Sl 29. Township 9 South. Ran A parcel ef land for borrow Pit Haul Deputy Clark
.. Any surplus will b to you mlsi The Florida Industrial Commis Philadelphia PennsylvaniaSRD ERNESTINE BRISTOW MAE TON. described M- (SEAL)
and you will remain fo any bal- r" the rih to waive Informalities 11X1 DUGGER and husband. GUY DUGGER; SUBJECT TO, MORTGAGE recorded In Lying wftttin 131 feet *f the survey Lying southerly ef end within II feet efe WAYNE M. CARLISLE
"P. r.ml'nlnl' unpaid urder said con In any bd an to accept any RUBY LEE CAIN and husband JAMES Mortgage Book ace' page XI in favorof line of State Road 200 Section 24060 haul road survey Hoe described as County Attorney

'c.pete bid which they coide t* b In the SECTION 262 ALACHUA CAIN: CHLOE ROSIER and husband. Equitable Life Assurance Society.. said survey lire dsrib as follows: follows: P.O.BtxU
This list day of Juh/ 1944. best public Iterm relK any STATE 2 COUN ROBERT ROSIER. PARCEL 128.1. RIGHT OF WAY Begin o the said Si Begin at the Northwest corner ef Borrow GainesvHIe. Florid -
DISCOUNT and alt bids. PARCEL 1041 115.1. RIGHT OF WAY par ef: ,29 at a point 143.80 feet Wft t Pit No. 18 as described above run AMOS HUDSON t

CORfRATON FLORIDA INDUSRIA RIGHT OF WAY.. i That pert of: ,, T"Ee NEtt. Section 9. lisa NEU :Southeast corner thereof North 2 thence North 15 degrees ST 04" West Holland Building
That part ef: NW'4 ef SEVfc of "15. Township SEt SV N SEtt and degrees 24 6 Vet 5597.52 feet ef 68884 feet ta the end ef haul road. Tallahassee, Florida
I 0 e
Gainesville/ FloridaU53DJJ4 BY: A Werley Brown Chairman A parcel of land described a* follows: 10 South, Rang J Ea. I the o. Si 4 all bi North line O Hi S 2 at a point survey tine.Contatolm. Of Courts for tie Petitioner

I .:41 ".eglnnlnfl I ft. W .'t SI so,. ., L)wtthte U.."survey fee. Tewnshlp 1 la and ,,2 feet la.I cor Utt acre mere er test ex- (3500) 7:21 28; 1.4 11


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.L1JOffl f ED India's First Lady Avoids Spotlight ., I I IBy

fiflDt. daughter to be by his bedside sons, eat and I go away and do
, .. RANGASWAMY SATAKOPANNEW I ______ and went straight to the prayer not know what happens. This
DELHI (AP) The room to talk it out with my gave me time to devote all my

:t. TODAY August 4 first lady of India neither knows r r I God." energy to Gandhi and then to

THE what that title means nor : : "I cried, 'I am mad, my Nehru, the two hard taskmasters. -
f fflfflIL9 Luncheon for the Murphree- She be t -",- it I ."
: cares. wants only to Lord, I am mad. Is your
Mauzy wedding party and left alone to cook for her family ; '> 1 11Srr will, my Lord, this should happen Does Shastri ever get angry

out of town guests, noon, Mr. watch her husband's health i to me and my family?" with his wife? Yes. When she
and Mrs. Guy Hamilton, Mrs. and six hours t1II'd at 2
pray a day. "I posed the question again gets up a.m. to bathe In
Fred H. Winston and Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Murphree, uncles This is the 53-year-old wife J and again as my husband lay I ice cold water -even In win

and aunts of the bride elect, of India's new prime minister v,,J.: in hospital unconscious with ter-and begins her prayers.

Pre-Nuptial Parties and her cousins, Dr. and Mrs. Lal Bahadur Shastri. Thereis 'r the doctors struggling to keep "Does God believe in quantitative

Walter E. Murphree, Gaines- none of the Nehru family him alive. prayer that you should

ville Golf and Country Club. glamor or worldliness about "But my fight was with the pray for so long?" he once

Wedding of Miss Frances this woman, no lust for the supremest doctor of them all, asked her. "Do you know whatit

Fete Bridal Couple Winston Murphree and William spotlight, n? passion-or even ," ? J and He answered. My husband would mean if you fall ill?"

Charles Mauzy,_4 p. m., understanding politics. survived and more yearsof "But six hours from 2 a. m.
McCaul Chapel of the First Shastri's wife (in Hindu tradition service were added to his I is the only time I can be near
Miss Frances Murphree and by white taper* in wroughtiron I
Baptist Church. Reception she uses her given name life." God before the family wakes
( her fiance, William Charles floor candelabra. following at the GainesvilleGolf and thus is "Mrs. Lalita") is Tears trickled down her and He knows how to keep me

Mauzy of Hobart, Okla., and In the dining room, a Victor- and Country Club. typical of millions of Indian cheeks as she rememberedthose well," she replied. .

members of their bridal party ian bouquet of mixed garden Shower complimentingMiss housewives who care nothingfor days and nights of mis- Shastri gave up.

were honored last night with a 'flowers and silver candelabra Peggy Jo Norris, bride- the world that swirls ery. "I should have known thereis
elect of Randall Scott Dam- around them and who live only no use of with "
garden buffet followingthe Answer arguing you,
supper adorned the serving table. Unique
pier, Mrs. Jimmy C. Dam- for their families and religion. he said.
rehearsal for their wed- Additional guests were Mr. pier and Mrs. John Mott, 8 Worries About Husband -- When her husband became famous V

ding. Mauzy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. m., at the Mott home, 653 When the capital buzzed recently COOKS FOR ALL Mrs. Lalita, the prime minister's wife, and powerful, she had a The First Feeds All
NW 16th Avenue. with talk about a visit prepares a meal for the entire family including office help unique answer for relatives who Lady insists oncooking
The Murphree Mauzy nuptials -William Crump Mauzy of Hobart for the entire
Luncheon Miss by First Deputy Premier An- and servants. wanted her to use influence to family
were to be solemnizedthis Okla., and out of town honoring which numbers 22 with sons,
afternoon at 4 o'clock in guests here for the nuptials. Martha Jane Edwards, bride- astas Mikoyan of the Soviet I cared for their family without peating the god's name. But get them jobs. I daughters, and grandchildren all
elect of Harry Douglas Davis, Union, Mrs. Lalita vaguely recalled -' She would point to"the prayer
complaint. During one of his fearing her parent's wrath, she
the McCaul Chapel of the First Luncheon Given Today living in the same h 0 u s e.
Valdosta, Ga., 12:30 p. m., her husband had asked room in the house and say:
Baptist Church in the presenceof The Gainesville Golf and stays in jail she watched a took the idol to her house and Guests come and the ranks
3304 SW her to attend God and and
Mrs. Earl Powers, a luncheon given "Go to my pray
the members of the imme-' Country Club was the settingfor year-old daughter die of typhoid has kept it ever since. swell and she even feeds Shastri's -
'I 4th Court.WEDNESDAY. for "some Russian. He knows better than my hus-
diate families. because she could not afforda i secretaries and .
luncheon to be theft in the strict servantr."Don't
a given today But, she told a newsman, she "It may band what he should do to you.
compliment Miss Murph r e e AUGUST 5 doctor. Igeal but the Lord stole they all belong to one
Following the ceremony Mr. didn't want to go and was con- sense The God that feeds the child in,
and Mrs. Murphree were to en- and Mr. Mauzy. Miscellaneous shower honoring cerned only that "Shastriji" Since then, her family of four away my heart and I stole the womb, does He not k now''family? she asks. "If they

tertain with a reception at the Hosts for the prenuptialluncheon Miss Sandy Buckler, (Shastri) would eat some spicy sons and two daughters and away His form in stone," she what He should do for you?" I are happy" they give out their

Gainesville Golf and Country were her uncles and bride elect of Jimmy Hugu- food "that would be bad for her favorite deity, Shiva, the says, adding: "He has been The prime minister, always I best.
of destruction have been The house is andit
Club. god sustaining through thick i always full
aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ham- ley, 8 p. m. Miss Helen Ann his heart. busy with problems 6f a'nation -I
often Is difficult determinewho
Hosts for the pre-nuptial par- ilton, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mur- Davies, 2216 NW 4th Place. This tiny, gray haired woman her life. and thin. V was asked to sum up in to

ty Monday evening were the phree Mrs. Fred H. Winston Luncheon complimentingMiss has endured much for her At the age of 9 she becameso Knew What To Do one sentence what he owed his is a member of the family -

bride-to-be's brother, John A. and her cousins, Dr. and Mrs. Nancy Pepper bride- husband's career. I devoted to a small idol of When Shastri had a heart at- wife. He thought for a minute who is an office worker! or
Murphree Jr., and Mrs. Mur- Walter E. Murphree. elect of John Rudolph Cars- For years, as Shastri strug-, Shiva in her village temple tack in 1959, she knew what to and said, "I never had a fam- Mrs. Lalita of

phree; her uncle and aunt, ?(i. Epergne arrangements of well II, Mrs. Justus Williamsand gled against British colonial that she decided to sit in the do: ily problem all my life." He ,school daughter an

and Mrs. W. G. Troxler of Mi- miniature carnations and white Mrs. Frank McCormick. rule and often went to jail, sheABOUT temple and go into a trance re- added: impoverished inspector
"I woke the secretaries to
up married Shastri when she was
ami; her cousins, Mr. and accented with 12:30 p. m. Gainesville Golf : ;
pompons summon the doctors and my "I come in like one of the 17. He was six years her sen
Mrs. James G. Stringfellow, were used to decorate the and Country Club.
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason -tables. ior. Like many Indian women,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 6 PEOPLEDuring she had no opportunity for advanced -
who entertained at the
) Guests included the affianced Freeze Or Can Some education or sophisticating -
Murphree Jr. home. Luncheon honoring Miss
couple, members of the two Jane Hannon bride elect of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Sills their stay, they tour- experiences that would pre-
The patio was decorated with families and out of town guests her to be First Lady toa
James Allison Adkinson, Mrs.H. have as their guests the latter's ed the World's Fair and the pare
baskets of Summer's Plentv
trailing ivy and lit here for the wedding. I Of nation of 465 million.So .
II M. de Tamble and Mrs. sister, Mrs. R. B. Harm United Nations Building. -
S I Raymond C. Bender, 1 p. m., and daughter Miss Linda "Bud" is employed as cash I dressed as usual in a sari,
If have garden or a time, and family's taste. she tends to her kitchen an.d
you a your
Tower House. Harm of Savannah. They control teller at the Walt Disney -
Wedding Plans Are plan to spend several days at I Pepsi Cola Pavillion at local farm market why not Freeze only foods at the peakof I lets her husband face the pub-

FRIDAY August 7 the beach in Daytona during the World's Fair. can or freeze some summer maturity. Remember, freezing -lic footlights.

Rehearsal dinner honoring their week's stay. fruits and vegetables now to will retain, but will not improve -i ADVERTISEMENT V"

Buckler Huguley wedding Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait enjoy later. quality.
party and out of town guests, Last week, Mrs. Sills' brother Use only moisture vapor
Announced TodayWedding I have recently returned from Home economics specialistswith -I Worry of
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn, Mr. Jim Kicklighter, and her Los Angeles, where they proof packaging and allow suf-
the Florida Agricultural
sister, Mrs. Leigh Gignilliat, FALSETEETHSlipping
and Mrs. J.V.. Huguley Jr. visited their daughter and ficient headspace in containersand i
Extension Service recommendtwo
both of Savannah
plans are announced be best man. Ushers are to be Bridesmaids luncheon complimenting eral days with the Sills.spent Mrs. son -in law, :Mr. and :Mrs. methods of home canningthe jars for expansion during I or Irritating?

today by Miss Mary Marguerite John Kincaid Feiber brother of Miss Jane Han- Gignilliat also visited her Steve Laychek. Mrs. Laychekis raw or cold pack and the freezing. Wrap securely and Don't be embarrassed by loose fals
non, bride elect of James label all teeth slipping dropping or wobbling
Gracy and James George Fei- the former Miss Joanie packages properly!
the bridegroom; Michael David daughter, Mrs. W. T. Cobb hot pack. 'when you eat, talk or laugh. Just
,ber Jr., whose marriage will Allison Adkinson Jr., 12:30 p. Wait. with the name of the food and sprinkle a little FASTEETH on yoifr
Gracy, of the bride; m., Miss June Dixon of Lake and Mr. Cobb. The raw or cold pack Is plates. This pleasant powder gives a>
take place Saturday in the St. William Borden Conner Tusca- the date of preparation. When remarkable sense or added comfort
Wales, aunt of the bride, Ho- S frequently used for fruits and and security by holding plates more
Augustine chapel at 5 p.m. loosa Ala. David Allan Spending weeks In storing, rotate the packages so
; West of Place the uncooked firmly.No gummy gooey.pasty tasteor
Kissimmee and Richard tel Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. North Carolina will be :Mrs. tomatoes. that the longest stored is used feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid-.
The bride-to-be is the daughter Evan add hot Get FASTEETH at drug counter.
Rehearsal dinner for Han- food in the jar. Then any
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ce- Hyer, Jacksonville, cousin of Feather and their son, Hugh, Thelma Ivey who will visit first. Always keep the freezer's I
cil and the the bridegroom. non Adkinson wedding par- have returned from a trip to friends en route to Saluda, liquid (syrup, water, or fruit temperature at zero.
Gracy bridegroomelect ty, 8 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Naw York City, where they where she will be the guestof juice). The process the jars by "--------_ ---
is the son of Mrs. James Parties Planned James A. Adkinson Sr. of Or- visited their son and daughter :Mr. and Mrs. William B. the boiling water or pressure II

George Feiber and the late Mr. Thursday at 1 p.m., Mrs. Sam lando, Holiday Inn. in law, Mr. and Mrs. Turpin. cooker method. I 4%%

Feiber. Harn and her daughter, Mrs. Reception honoring Miss Robert G. "Bud" Feather. The hot pack means that the; .

The Rev. Thomas R. Gross 'David Cofrin will entertain with Nancy Calvert Pepper, bride- Leaving Thursday for New food has been precooked for a

will perform the ceremony and the bridesmaids luncheon at the elect of John Rudolph Cars- York City via Pensacola and short time, packed into clean

the nuptial music will be provided Gainesville Golf and C 0 u ntry well II, Mr. and Mrs. Grier Mobile will be Mrs. Vera Jenkins jars and processed immediately. -

I by Dr. David Stryker.A Club. Kirkpatrick 5 to 7 p. m., CalendarOf who just returned froma 4'/2 %

reception at the home of Friday evening, Mrs. Feiber Gainesville Golf and Country three week stay with her Always follow the manufac-

J the bride's parents 314 NW will give with the rehearsal din-I Club. daughter, Miss Jill Jenkins in turer's directions for jar and DividendsWill

Fourth Avenue, will follow the ner honoring her son and his fiancee SATURDAY AUGUST S Las Vegas. She will make the lid preparations. For best results -, Make

ceremony.Mrs. at the Holiday: Inn Bridesmaids luncheon complimenting EventsTUESDAY trip by car with her brother, wash all fruit and vegetables : V

Wilson Warren Hen- On Saturday a buffet lunch- Miss Peggy Jo Frank Hawsey, and family of and can only fresh, firm j You Drool,

dricks III, sister of the bride, eon for the Gracy Feiber wed- Norris bride elect of Ran 4 Tampa. fruit and young, tender vegeta-
will be matron of honor; Miss ding party a nd out of town dall Scott Dampier of Waverly August While in Vegas, Mrs. Jenkins bles. Too! Open

Anna Cordelia Adkins, maid of guests will be given at noon at Mrs. Lacy L. Doke, Mrs. University Lutheran Church enjoyed numerous shows freeze foods consider
honor; Mrs. John Kincaid Fei the Gainesville Golf and Coun- W. E. Cellon, Mrs. Ralph Cel- Women, Birthday Luncheon, "on the strip" including If you Your Savings

ber, bridesmatron and Miss Su- try Club. lon and Mrs. Hugh ColsonJr. noon, Mrs. Oscar E. Heskin, "High Button Shoes," .in available freezer space, your, Account

zannah Elizabeth Garcia of ., home of Mrs. W. E. Cel 701 NW 22nd Street. which her daughter is a :IVVWVV Today

Tampa; Miss Susan Elizabeth Hosts for the luncheon will lon, Route three, 12:30 p. m. Gethsemane Lutheran member of the cast, the I Orchids (
be Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Adkins
McMullen of Chatham, Cape Wedding of Miss Harriet Church Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. Johnny Carson and Red Skel-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beisler
Cod, Mass., and Miss Nancy Jane Hannon to James Alli- Shirley Sommer, 1123 NW ton shows. For GainesvilleMutual
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Murphree,
Louise Ferazzi of Mobile will son Adkinson Jr., 8 p. m., 22nd Avenue.WEDNESDAY.
be bridesmaids. Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Mur- First Methodist Church. Re- August 5 Hot OvenMany Her .
Dr. and Mrs. David 1 tV
phree, ception following ceremony at Gainesville Bridge C 1 u b,
Thomas Mu r r a y Feiber, Stryker and Mr. and Mrs. W. the Holiday Inn. '7:30 p.m Holiday Inn. good cooks like ,to CREVASSE FLORIST BUILDING & V
brother of the will B. Watson
bride-groom use a hot oven for roasting
Wedding of Miss Rebecca University City Bridge 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. LOAN ASSOCIATION

Jean Wanninger to Jesse Allen Club 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, Cornish game hen.Thicken Phone FR 6-2514 217 N.E. Ut, ,St. Ph. FR 6-6771'

I Hunt, North Central Bap- 107 NW 15th Terrace. --- -, J
FordOwenLAKE StockIf : : T: ,
tist Church, 7:30 p. m. University of Florida Wom V ..

Wedding of Miss Saundra en's C 1 u band Newcom- you want that chicken t .

LEELANAU Mr. Ford to Joseph Donald Owen Lee Buckler to James Wil- mers Group, Summer Bridge, fricassee to taste extra good. ? I ;

and Mrs. Robert J. Carr of son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. liam Huguley III, First Baptist 8 p.m., Clubhouse, West New- thicken the chicken stock and

Lake Leelanau announce the en- Owen of Jacksonville.Miss I Church. berry Road.FRIDAY then add heavy cream and
of Mrs. Carr's ,
gagement Ford, daughter of the August 7 an egg yolk; cook gently -III --
daughter. Miss Judith Ann late Fred H. Ford Club 9 without boiling after the ,
was gradu- Rice SaladA Bridge .: ": -
ated valedictorian of Williston a.m., Holiday Inn. cream and yolk are added. V
High School, and attended the rice salad is fun to ore- : _
University of Florida. She is pare for lunch because you t r 1i' 4IV:: ; '

employed as a research techni- can pick and choose (from I : :: ;{? .f:=:g;:.>" ,7 -
cian at the J. Hillis Miller Medical what's available) to add to THE It'lilt, jlZ-: :j :1irV
Center. It. Here are suggestions: : ?
Mr. Owen was graduated from cooked shrimp and ham; ; ;; : 'V V ;
$1 CCtT 1IOwNQrtP 1 : ____
Andrew Jacksonville
High cooked and
I..d fd.r green peas green ROTARY
School, Jacksonville, and from beans; celery and green on- i VV..
COUPE NEW YORK the University of Florida, wherehe ion. Toss the cold cooked ..' '/- '
1 cup peeled sliced peaches is THE WORLDrMDTDMDWil i!'' : :;"'-i:
presently doing graduate rice with the additions you IN < ,
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Membrane free sectionsfrom -
2 medium oranges work. choose plus an oilandvinegar I i I :

2 tablespoons The wedding will be an eventof dressing; serve on crisp I

sugar August 29, at the Wesley salad greens and garnish I ," ,I' '
2 light rum
Foundation Methodist Chapel. with tomato. : :,r r, t.:,; 1
1 banana :I Th\/ NOW L ''''N'' 'F. --'" :, 1 pint vanilla ice cream r '

6 pitted sweet red cherries Kill Roaches and i : I
Gently mix together the Easy Way to Ants! ii \ CLEARANCE :, tieey11getineT.jf: ; ,

peaches, orange sections, ., ,i1
sugar and rum; chill Just be- F: PRICED .J'"t ;
fore serving flute the banana ,, < V -
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and slice thin; mix gently with \ fi F Tt'st.ivhy. ; 4i

the other fruit. Divide fruit i V' Safety-Guard Blade _
mixture among 6 sherbet Tough Durable Lightweight ': '

glasses; top ea-h with a Fiberglass won't :I'm going Greyhound to the World's FaiJ"'SHotels..first

ECOOp of .ice crer'i. Garnish Rust, Fade, Chip or Peel.
with cherries. Mokes 6 serv-
ings. : Transportation! sightseeing..the best!Every thing's

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Starts at CincyOscar : __ i

MIKE RATHET a game against the Los Angeles eight hits and did not allow a I

... Associated Press Sports Writer Dodgers.
; runner past second base. While

Robertson was a 6-foot-5 athlete who was lean Bob Bailey, hightly touted Only two other games were he was shutting out Los Angelesfor I

'and coordinated and a master of the sport of basketball. youngster who dragged througha scheduled, both in the American
; the third time
season, j
poor rookie season under the League. Baltimore rode MiltPappas'
He set records, dazzled the fans and played the game
the Orioles Bo ,
of bonus shutout to pounded Belinsky
pressure a whopping pitching a
few had even dreamed it could be played.
is beginning to pay dividends.A 7-0 victory over the Los Angeles and four successors for 13 hits.

'And when he was graduated from the University of $150,000 bonus baby who Angels and to within one per- Three Hits

'Cincinnati after the 1959-60 season, something had to give. batted a dismal .223 last season, centage point of the firstplaceNew Dick Brown collected three

j'j Bailey continued his heavy hit- York Yankees. And Cleve-
'So, Coach Ed Jucker just took three exceptional play- ;, ; l'ij hits for Baltimore while Brooks
<: : ting Monday night by slamminga land defeated Washington 4-2.
,'ers; although none the equal of Robertson, and molded ,f"* Robinson and Sam Bowens each
in the
key triple eighth inning
them into a fierce unit. It produced two straight national %-0 Lead
and a game-winning single in drove in two runs with a pair of
championships and a narrow miss for a third. Jose Pagan was involved in
: ; the ninth that gave the Pitts-
both San Francisco the hits.The
runs as
Loyola of Chicago nipped the Bearcats in the 1963 NCAA ) burgh Pirates a 3-2 victory over Indians broke a 2-2 tie
Giants built a 2-0 lead. He beat
'finals to stop what would have been a third straight title ;: i' t1)tJ the San Francisco Giants.
!i: against the Senators In the
.... G out a bunt in the fifth inning and
,something no one had ever done. ; The two hits lifted Bailey's
.. .. : scored Duke Sni- fourth when Chico Salmon dou-
eventually on
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and boosted the
-- to .304
Paul Hogue, Tony Yates and Tom Thacker were the .'y.,.___ 'A".". w ._M' -,".-. ,-."'"",,. ._".'.......... ... --. ..,".:..-.'. .:. : L ._',. '._... _. .:... :..::.. :. 'f. .:";'... .. average Pirates into third place in the der's single. In the sixth he bled, Vie Davalillo beat out an
players who started the new Cincinnati era, one that continued National drove in Tom Hailer, who had infield hit and Billy Moran followed -
tight League pennant
for four years. I doubled, with a sacrifice fly. with a sacrifice fly. Da
Synchronized Swim DrillThe struggle, 4% games behind the then the Pirates
Bailey got valillo and Dick Howser each
Fans often wondered why Jucker changed the Cincy ront-running Philadelphia Phil-
rolling against Bob Bolin, who collected three hits In 14-hit
offense to a slow-down game after Robertson had left the lies and 2V4 lengths behind the a
scene. 300 Club swimmers have been working for a synchronized swim show Giants. had a five-hit shutout throughseven attack.

they will present today. In the above scene, starting from "12 o'clock" the Offensive innings. After Manny Dick Donovan, 6-7, got the

Hogue, a mammoth 6-foot-9, 245-pound center, was re girls are Patti Cook, Susan Cullen, Linda Adams, Cindy Meaden, Leslie Banks, WeaponA Mota stroked a pinch-hit double victory with Luis Tiant's relief

sponsible. Sharon Meaden, Susan Farris and Carolyn Beckwith. (Sun photo). vital offensive weapon in with one out in the eighth, Bail- help.
the Pirates' bid to duplicatetheir ey slammed his triple and came
Jucker explained it thusly the other day at the Florida -
1960 pennant, Bailey has home with the tying run on BillVirdon's
Athletic Coaches Association clinic: "Hogue was so slow
always spoken freely about the single.In .
lumbering down the court that we had to wait on him. :
pressure applied by the gigantic the ninth, after Bill Mazer- -
So we just decided to slow it all down and not make these
careless mistakes." bonus and his meager accom- oski and Dick Schofield had sin

plishments as a rookie last year gled, Bailey came up with two

Opponents don't think they've made a mistake since. when the Pirates nosedived to out and poked a grounder up the Night Game

eighth place. middle for the clincher. WASHINGTON abrhbi CLEVELAND abrhM

I -Two More Standouts I Bailey's key hits dropped the Pappas, bringing his record to Valentine Blas'ame 2b If 3 4011 1 1 1 Hows Held ?b II 4231 5120

Giants two games behind the 10-5, blanked the Angels on King rf 4000 Wagner If 4000
Cunh'am Ib 401 Chance Ib 4011
Lock cf 4000 Azcue c 4011
In the 1961-62 season, a year after the Hogue-Yates- Brumley c 4000 Salmon rf 4110
Phillips 3b 3010 Davahlle cf 4030
Thacker regime came into being, two more outstanding RACE ISSUE STIRRING Brinkman ss 31 1 Moran 3b 3021

players arrived to make it an even more fearsome aggre Severs Kreutzer ph p 1010 2000 Donovan p 2010

gation. Hinton pr 0000
Totals 32262 Totals U4144

Ron Bonham and George Wilson were ready for three Washington .....!... ... 002 000 000-2itvland
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Atmosphere : 200 110 OOx-4
years of dribbling and shooting that was capped by ,All- Changes for i;

America honors this past season. :and E-Wagner.1 LOB-Washington DP-Washlngton 4. Cleveland 1, Cleve-f.IB .
-Held, Salmon. Blaslngame. S-Done-
How about that lineup( of Hogue ((6-9)) at center, Wilson I ;ran. SF-Moran.
By LEONARD KOPPETT tions in the matter of race Americans who have a language Miller) and blue blond in IP H R ERIB SO
a eyed New York.
((64)) and Bonham ((6-5)) at forwards and Thacker ((6-3)) and I KreuUer. L. J-3 4 2.J 10 4 4 1 2
Yates ((6-1)) at guards? Jfom lark uJtmra I relations have been scrupulously problem and a distinct heritage. from Wisconsin (Harvey The incident has been getting :Hannan .... .,.31-33 0 0 0 2
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NEW YORK Usually, a visit fair through 15 years of ma- They, too, naturally seek one Kuenn). increasing attention and has become I Donovan, W, 6-7 I .3' 2 2 1 3

The ingredients included the muscled rebounding of Hogue to New York is a festive and jor league life. He had Negro another's company and tend to A more integrated team is a nightmare for Dark, 'rlant PB-Brumley... ..T2:23.3.086... :2.3 0 0 .0 0 1

and Wilson, the pinpoint shooting of Bonham, the terrific nostalgic occasion for Manager teammates on five National identify with one another.All hard to imagine, and no one whose career is threatened byit. Night Game

spring of Thacker and the lightning quickness of Alvin Dark of the San Fran- League clubs including Willie this was an established questioned Dark's skill or in- He was instructed by Hor- BALTIMORE abrhbl. LOS ANGELES abrhM.

Yates. Jucker" called Bonham "The greatest shooter in cisco Giants. His greatest daysas Mays on the Giants and as part of the Giant picture when tegrity in running it ace Stoneham, the owner of the Brandt Aparicio cf ss 5110 5210 Fregosl Perry cf ss 3010 3000

the country. a player were enjoyed here manager of San Francisco has Bill Rigney of Oakland, Caif., How then, did the current Giants, to say nothing more Johnson Siebern Ib Ib 3110 101 Green Clinton If-cf rf: 4010 1000

But all five are gone now and a new era again must begin. when the Giants had "New succeeded in leading a multi- was manager and when Tom controversy arise? about B.R'b's'n 3b 5 2 2 2 Smith H-lf 4010
it.Rally Bowens rf 4 1 2 Adcock Ib 4010
"We have three sophomores York" on their shirts, and to !racial roster to a championship.Had Sheehan replaced him. Mental Lapses to Defense E.R'b's'n If 3000 Rodgers c 4010

we'll be counting on heavilythis Giant fans he was always a "Cliques"With Finished Third About two weeks ago, Dark Those who have known Dark Brown Powell ph-If c 4031 2000 Torres Knoop 2b 3b 3010 4010

season," Jucker said. special hero.Tonight the Giants, Dark succeeded Yet Dark, following Sheehan, had a long, analytic discussionof for years, who traveled with :Adair Pappas 2b p 3000 5021 Piersall Belinsky ph p 0000 1000

I "We'll have to experiment at Dark and his Giants where his predecessershad brought his club in third in the Giants with an interviewer him as a player, who have Power ph 1010
Newman 0000
the first of the season and will be here for a two-game failed. It is true that the 1961 and won a pennant playoff from Newsday on Long Is- kept close contact with him as Totals 40 7 n 7 Totals pr 32. 0ialtimort

hope to get stronger as we series with the New York Metsat Giants, since moving to San from the Los Angeles Dodgersin land. In one aspect of it, Dark a manager and who have discussed i ..... .,........ 000 130 21*-7os
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Shea Stadium and the atmosphere Francisco in 1958, have had 1962. remarked on the large numberof his philosophy in depth,

is distinct h This mental made his have rallied his de E-Johnson, Fregosl 2. DP-Baltimore
go.Could entirely different. Darkis more "cliques" t an team came within an lapses by largely to !I. LOB-Baltimore 10. Los Angeles 7.

Be Great under a cloud because of recent -most clubs, but that is a con- inch of winning the World Ser- team. fense. JB-. B. Robinson, Adalr Slebern, Adoek. -
c; Belinsky.
statements attributing a dition that antedates Dark's ies (when Willie McCovey's line He was quoted as having said: Whatever private prejudicesmay IP H R ERBBSOappas

Another of the yearly Cincy "White Supre- managerial regime, which be- drive was caught by Bobby "We have trouble because we exist, they have had no I I' ,. W L,, 10-5'.7 9 5 5 7 4 0 3 0 3 1 5atewood Slelinsky.

greats could be a 6- macy" position gan in 1961. Richardson of the Yankees) have so many Negro and Span visible effect on Dark's judgment (;else' .. 1 1 3 1 0 I 2 0 0 1 I I

foot-6 sophomore by the name to him, and Analysis: On all clubs, the Negro and with a regular line up that included ish speaking players on this as a manager or on his be- )uliba . 1 2 1 1 I 0

of Mike Rolf. He comes from when he gets What Theto white players tend to go their two Negroes (McCoveyand team. They are Just not ableto havior as a social being, according .rtcBrlde BeMnsky faced 1 1 man 0.In 4th.r .I I 0

Muncie, Ind., where he play I the ball park NewsMeans own ways off the field. The Mays); two Puerto Ricans perform up to the white ball to those who know him -2:30 A-9,459.

ed at the same high school as tonight he is Negroes, afer all, still live in (Orlando Cepeda and Jose Pagan -players when it comes to men- well. On his team today, Jim !

Bonham. prepared to and travel in a fundamentally ); two Dominicans (Felipe tal alertness. You can't make Ray Hart, a Negro is playing

"Rolf is a good shooter and face a battery segregated society, and many Alou and Juan Marichal); two most Negro and Spanish players third base ahead of Davenport, ; Hip () eS

ir- board man," Jucker said as a of questions on white players, from the South white rookies from Illinois (Tom have the pride in their team the Mississippian; Jesus Alou, a .. ,

gleam appeared in his eyes. the subject. It may be the most and elsewhere, are not always- in Haller and Chuck Killer); a for- that you get from white play Dominican and the younger -

painful hour of his life. the forefront of social and cultural mer football star from Missis- ers." -
really counting on brother who traded Night Game
Ed Jucker "YVe're It is ironic that Dark shouldbe enlightenment.The sippi Southern College'Jim Davenport These statements subsequently Felipe ( was ,(AN"FRANCISCO, PITTSBURGH

out that him.this man named Rolf scored caught in this controversy Giants in addition, havean ); a couple of New Eng- received wider attention jaway! 'for ;a ,pifoher), gels :Hart 3b abrhbl 4000 Bailey, 3b abrhbi 5122

He casually pointed last freshman He is a southerner but his .ac- important group of Latin landers (Jack Sanford and Stu through a radio show on WNBC the call over Kuenn*_ :Snider ,.SO3tVIrdon cf 4021
50 and 52 points In two games on year's o. D'vlIn! ort,ss 0 0 0 Ctemente, rf 2010
j Mars cf 1.'G010tynch If 3000
team. McCovey If 3000 Stargell Ib 4020

and Cousin of Buck StarUntouched *I *I *I I U:!Alou pd. If-rf Ib 400 1000 OWaz'skl Burgess 2b c 4110 4000
; Ohio Jerry Mark
Ken Calloway of Dayton, Dial Big Question !Haller! c 4130 Schofield ss 400
Cincinnati are the other two highly regarded sophs. .anier 2b 4000 Law p 0000
'agan is-lf 3121 Freest ph 1000
ttCalloway comes with Rolf's build, 6-foot-6, and Cousin 'agan ss-lf 3121 Mota ph-If 2110

;is destined for backcourt play. .e '1 V' 1 Win I! .Ms,4 CLO.O* t 2.T Totals 13 Sit 1

For C01pb lii .wo$ out vtfMa-winnJng run Icored.
Another big man In the plans Is 6-foot-8 center Ron y { f !4 en Francisco-* .._ tot an coo-fytsburgh

;Krick, a varsity member last season who was. in and out In DrillsCHICAGO \ .. .' ". \. ._...fO'OGOt' OOP 1t1..,
with injuries. :: LE-Law. Dl&an kranclseo, 2. lOB-
By DICK COUCH surgery in Dallas Monday i to to" be employed -agaihjt the s an Francisco II, Pittsburgh 3.

Jucker expects the Missouri Valley Conference again to (AP) During the Associated Press Sports Writer correct a tear in the middle Packers. 5 F 2B--Pagan Mays, Mota. 3B-Bailey. S-Law.

be rugged, but he plans on being In the middle of things. College All-Star drills when big muscle of his right thigh. The The Baltimore Colts will play II olin .. .. IP 7 I.J'H R 2 ERIB 2 2 SO 4

C? strong men battered each otherin Buddy Dial, a prize additionto Rice alumnus was hurt last their intrasquad charity game, 0''Dell, U 3-S .... 1 2 1 1 1 1
He, sizes up the MVC with respect: "Winning this conference aw .... 4 7 2 2 2 2
the Dallas Cowboys' week during workout at theCowboys' rained out Monday night to-
preparation for Fridaynight's passreceiving a "lass .. 0 0 0 0 1 0
is as hard as winning the national championship. .
training in night. The Municipal Stadium ark 2 1 I 0 1 IcBun.
rested aftera camp
game against the Chicago corps, today w. 4-0 1 1 0 I 0 I
And if you don't think Bradley, Wichita, Drake etc., successful operation, but the Thousand Oaks, Calif. game Is expected to draw 40,000 Blais faced 1 man In 7th. .
Bears big WP-Bolm. PB-H.ller. T-22J. A-12
one strong man
etc. are tough, you've got another think coming. former Pittsburgh Steelers star "We are very pleased with the,fans. 4 43.
played a relatively lonely role. "
said General .
SS results, ManagerTex a
will be a big question mark

,-Now About FloridaJucker Dick Van Raaphorst of Ohio when his new club opens the Schramm. But, accordingto .5-

State took no part in the musclevs. i National Football League.. sea- teamdoctors_ Dial won't be 71 I #
able fO .. .....
monthDial to: run -fujl-speed (: + .
son next ... : .- ...,o3.v
muscle scrimmages. If it -' "
then switched his attentions to University of Florida ALVIN DARK acquired from the Steel- about -sii weeks:/ The Cowboys \. i. (; 0"
Norm Sloan Brooks Henderson and the bunch we hadn't been for his football uniform and St.Louis Cardinals kick offthe ; \ t.t .
Under Fire ers last December, oinderwent : .. ... : #./ .. .-I' .. ...
NFli'schedule: ;:Y.' =:. f-
know so well. Van Raaphorst would regular at ; : --r !

"I don't see any reason why we can't play Florida in have appeared to be a strangerto Dallas Sept 12.Pass -- --

the near future," he said. "You have fine facilities, and the practice sessions. Catches j; "

is with his teams." Another pass-catching stand- -.- .
Norm doing a great job -
Over and over again Van (
out, Chris Burford of the Kan- \ 9

"We would like to have Florida come up to Cincinnatito Raaphorst practiced what he sas City Chiefs, underwent a ... .J .. ". .-,,
Southern basketball in that and would does best kicking field goals. :, . -t' .
expose area, we knee operation today in Dallas. wt:: ; 1 1C t2... \ r.:
like, to come down here," Jucker said. And if the All-Stars defeat the NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUEW The American Football League ,.'\.\ ,7/......r' \
Bears in Soldier Field the booting L Pet. G... L Pet. G.ft. "cr:: ..q ., < '
Philadelphia' 4 42 .588 New York 43 38 .424 H i star had a similar operation two 1, I
Cage fans in this area certainly would be in for a treat
Buckeye might provide the San Francisco 60 44.545 ft Baltimore 66 40 .423 -
with a game between the powerful Bearcats and the andcoming Pittsburgh 55 44 .545 4'i Chicago 64 4CI .415 1, years ago. He injured the knee .... is -"_
margin of victory. Cincinnati 57 48 .543 4'i Los Angeles 54 54 .509 12 two weeks ago and wiI1'be.sid'elined ; "<.. .; a
: Gators. It would be a natural. I Milwaukee 54 49 .524 4V Boston 52 54 .'") 14 "// ..; -
Van Raaphorst, a 21-year-old, St. Louis 54 50 .519 7 Minnesota 50 55 .474 151* for six more weeks. KC :

,Jucker gave an example of basketball interest in Cincinnati 6-1 220 pounder, was one of the'top 'Chicago Los Angeles 51 49 51 S3 JOO.430 11, Cleveland Detroit 48 51 51 57 .453.472 16 it Coach Hank Stramm 'said halfback A -.lt 't!

: "We have a 9,000 seat gym and every game field goal kickers in collegiate -Houston New York 46 34 42 73 J18.426 17 28'' Washington Kansas City t9 41 45 70 Jll.36 27V4YesterdaysRes 25Vi Abner Haynes will replace U4' ..;:tJ ,_-.; ..;17A

for the next 10 years is sold out. And all our'' road games ; ranks last season. He set a Yesterdays Results ._ : ..... .** "- Burford. at. split end in the ,
# Cleveland Washington 2
are televised. Big Ten record with six goals in Pittsburgh 3. Safe Francisco 2 Baltimore 7. Lot AngelesOnly -S i Chiefs eihibitkm opener with'
Los Angeles at Philadelphia postponed.
games scheduled the Oakland Raiders Sunday.The BEEFEATERBEEFEATER
conference and rain ,
:The South has put a stronger emphasis on basketball competition scheduled TaU,' Games
eight for the He boots! Only games Boston Monbouquette 7-8 or Heffner 1-4 at NFL champion Chicago
the: past few years as Is evidenced in the more rugged year. Todays Games Minnesota Grant 1-7 night
them and he boots them Milwaukee Ctoninger 10-9 and Sadowskl Bears, prepping for their Friday
Conference. is the lonepoerhouse long New York Ford 12-3 at Kansas City
Southeastern Kentucky no longer 5-4 or Blasingame' 3-2 at Cincinnati XDonoghue 7-7 night night date with the College All-
In this area where cage fever is growing each shorl Purkey 4-4 and OToole 114. 2. twl-Washington Koch 3-4 or Rudolph 1-2 at
night Stars at Chicago went throughstiff
Cleveland Tlant 3-1 night ,
year.. Because of the tremendous San Francisco Perry 7-8 .. New York Baltimore McNalh7a or Vineyard 2-' offensive and defensive ,
I Stallard 4-14. nightChicago at Los Anse'es Gatewood 2-1 or D.
We're getting ready for Cincinnati, Ed Jucker and the defense the Bears are expectedto decki 114.L. Burdette night 7-4 at St. Louis S- Lee 5-2 night drills after Coach George Halas
Detroit Wickersham 12-a at Peters
Chicago /
Oscar Robertsons. throw at the All-Stars, Van Los Angeles. Koufax 15-5 and Veale 12- 12-5. night said scouting reports show the

Raaphorst should have plenty of Only lend lames Schwall scheduled.Tomorrow's 3-1 night. Baltimore at Temerrew's Los Angeles Games, N current All-Star squad is stronger Martini Menappreciate .

chances to try his specialty. Games New York at Kansas City,.N than the one which upset
-Robbins Rumor Los Angeles at Pittsburgh N Boston at Minnesota, N
Th All-Stars will find the .Houston at Philadelphia 2..tw-& ht Detroit at Chicago. N Green Bay last year. its
I.Oilcago at St. LouIS. N W.hlnge.. at Cl vl.n going rough when they get into Milwaukee at Cincinnati N FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Rookie Tackles t;
A- going around last week at the FACA clinic San Francisco at New Yofk N W L Pet. O.S. The who
rumor was Bear territory and the Bean9secondary INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Tampa 23 11 U74 Packers meet St. identifiable
hat former Chippla Junior College, basketball ace Aus- has no intention of W L Pet. ."t. St. Petersburg Si U Mt I Louis Saturday night at New
Orlando if 14 J4S 4*
Syracuse 45 45 .591
Robbins had quit at University of Tennessee.It allowing All-Star quarterbacks Jacksonville 45 47 .580 1 Lakeland 15 12..536 S Orleans, examined pictures of I&ALJ 1

was quickly ipiked by CoJpola Coach Milton Johnson to throw touchdown bombs.More Rochester Buffalo 40 5 44 47 .364.557 3 4 Miami Ft. Lauderdale II IS It 17.JOO.., t 7 the club first intrasquad game excellence.THE .
often than not, Van Raap-Toronto 54 54 J09 t Dayna Beach 11 22 .333 11\* and Coach Vince Lombard;
Saturday at the All-Star cage game. Richmond 51 54 U77 17A* Sarasota II 23 .313 12
horst will be called upon to attempt I Columbus 42 44 J8 22 Yesterdays Resvtts lauded the performances of
Austin called me the other day and said he had dropped field goals. Atlanta Yesterdays Results 31 74 .233 28'* Orlando Daytona f.Beach Ter>pa 13.2 Lakeland 4 rookie tackles Steve Wright, IMPORTED ONEEEFEATERGIN

out of summer school at Tennessee, but that he plan- Toronto 4-2 Cslumbvs 01Atlanta Miami I, Saresota 2 Alabama and John McDowell, !
4. St. Petersburg 4. Fort Lauderdale' 3 .
ned to re-enter in the fall," Johnson said. If the big guy is reasonably Jacksonville Syracuse 4, Rochester 3 I 15 inningsT. St John's, Minn.
successful he could the Only games scheduled ....,. Games
Robbins, Is a 6footstandout provide Todays Games Lakeland at Orlando The Cardinals held a 90-min- M PROOF 100% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS FROM ENGLAND |Y KOBRAND, KX
who was courted by some 4\U-Stars with the necessary Toronto at RlcJimond Temp at Daytona B.*ch ute workout in 95-degree weather -
II*,college* after graduation Buffalo at Columbus Fort Lauderdale at It. Petersburg
from Chlpola thit past June. points to upset the Bears. Rochester at Jacfcionvllta .Miami' at Sarasota stressing offensive patterns I. '

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10 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, August 4, 1964

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,I'' .. Jose Lizondro Pitches Jacksonville Still in Race I

I. Lynchburg by LookoutsBy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I IDon't 0 lead in the first three Innings I Hundley had doubled to lead off .bleheader in as many days from

: count Jacksonville out I off Sun starter and winner Dick. the inning and moved to thirdon Columbus. Eli Grba shut out the
control trou-
Hughes, who
Jets the
P a groundout. opener despite givingup
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the bottom of the fourth to go mingham since 1955 when 19,830 of the International League ble. But he settled down and
Sandy Valdespindo hit a three- ten hits and allowing men
ahead, but the stubborn Yanks attended the old Southern Association pennant race yet. didn't allow the Red Wings a
Right bander Jose Lizondro The Suns snapped a five- run homer for the Crackers in on base in every inning but the
tied it up in the top of the All Star game It also hit for the last six innings.
of Lynchburg gave up 13 hit fifth. Then Bethea's pop fly fell was the first appearance of a game losing streak last night, Ray Bellino's squeeze bunt the first, and Ray Oyler dupli- third.

against Chattanooga, but the for a double to win the game. major league team in Birming- by beating Rochester 4 to 3. with one out in the eighth cated it for the Chiefs in the Ken Nixon hit a 400 foot
Lookouts were only able to They moved to within one gameof fifth. Oyler's homer was the homer in the third inning to aid
., Asheville scored three un- ham since 1956 when the New brought in Randy Hundley with
score one run.Lynchburg : leading Syracuse, first hit off Crakcer starterwinner his own The winning run
league cause.
earned runs in the top of the York Yankees played the Bar the winning run for Atlanta.
won 14-1 Monday the team which knocked Jack- Mel Nelson, who won his scored on Bobby Del Greco's
seventh inning to beat Macon ons.
night to pick up a half gameon behind right-hander Ken Larsen sonville out of a month's stayat sixth against eight losses. 15th homer of the year in the

Southern League leader Bir- who scattered eight hits. Tonight's Games: I the top.Atlanta Jack Still Second Doubleheader fifth. Johnny Powers homered

mingham, which played an exhibition Lynchburg at Chattanooga downed Syracuse 4 to Toronto won its second dou-for Columbus' lone run.
Len Boehmer homered in the
beating its Columbus -' ,y took from Colum- Leads in $
game, parent at Charlotte Iii' 3. Toronto two
second inning for Macon to keep
Kansas City of the American Asheville at Macon I ROY EMERSON bus, 4 to 0 and 2 to 1. Buffalo
his 14 hitting streak !
League, 74. alive. game Only games scheduled 0 Keeps Winning and Richmond were not sched- DUNEDIN (AP) The top
In other games, Charlotte man on the Professional Golfers moneyto

beat Columbus 5-4 in a game Big Crowd I I uled.A two-run single by Bob Will Association list of money win- 1

called after five innings by rain, The fourth largest crowd in Emerson Stolle and a sacrifice fly by Joe Mor- ners is Jack Nicklaus with $92- go to the World's Fair?

and Asheville stopped Macon 4- Rickwood Field history watchel gan plated three Jacksonville

2. Birmingham beat Kansas City. runs in the bottom of the seven- 917.Nicklaus is followed by Ar- Get an HFC Tra ve/oan

Chattanooga left 11 base run- The 16,915 fans overflowed the th. Morgan hit his 16th homerof nold Palmer with $84,693 and

ners stranded while Lynchburg park and.were packed along the Back in AussieBrass' the year in the sixth for theSuns' Tony Lema at third spot with Show your family the futureat

was sending them home in foul lines and the outfield fenc- other run. $66,778. Bill Casper Jr., at $62- the New York 1Vorld'sFair.

bunches. The Lynsox got four es.It 3-0 Lead 926 was fourth and Gary Playerwas An HFC Traveloan

In the second, five In the fifth, was the largest crowd for Rochester jumped off to a 3 to fifth with $52,449. can cover every expense to
professional baseball in Bir- the fair-or anywhere. Cash
two in the eighth and three Gracesin p

more In the ninth. for transportation, lodging,

The Lookouts rapped Lizon Is clothes-even camera

dro hard with the bases'empty, Tanksley By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS day, beating Antonio Palafox. LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS equipment. Borrow @

but were unable to connect in Emerson and Rafael Osuna. confidently and repay
Roy and Fred Stolle,
the clutches. Lizondro picked up ReplacementFor tagged with a "bad boy" label Stole, who lost to Osuna In conveniently at Household

his 13th victory !against six los- by the Australian tennis brass, a singles match Saturday, I, Finance. ItlqR1spsuwy 811III,SllIIs SlId
Mundorfi clinched the meet for Australia
ers. now are back in favor; solidly, 0SEswYwkWeWsrsrsM-ECu pwa i.
Double when he scored a surprisinglyeasy
thoroughly and completely backIt's
A wind blown 'double by*Bill BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) the good graces. 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 triumph over ,

Bethea in the last of the fifth Claude Tanksley of Nashville,, Winning does it. Mexican national champion Pa- Borrow up to $600

plated Ron Clark with the win- Term will assume the duties of The duo swept Mexico's best lafox. TRANSFERABLE Take up to 24 months to repay
of basketball offi- That made the best of five NON
for Charlotte. Then supervisor se-
ning run
4-1 in Davis Cup American Zone
Credit Cards
of Nat.
the rains came. cials for.'the, Southeastern Con- semifinals Monday and have ries 3-1 and Emerson's match INSTANT CREDIT To Holden Ask about Credit Life Insurance on loan at group razes

:. ference succeeding Roy Mun- with Osuna academic. Em-
hit was
Ron Solomini a solo.homer only two more steps to take be-
for the Yankees in the fourth dorff, SEC Commissioner Ber- fore meeting the United Statesin erson won 6-3, 6-4, 11-9. HOUSEHOLD FINANC

Inning which tied the score at nie Moore said today. the Challenge Round, climaxto The victory puts the Australians -

22. The Hornets scored two in Moore accepted Mundorff's the Aussies' drive to recapture into the American Zone finals -

resignation Monday. the cup they had consid- against Chile, considered a 107 W. University Ave. 2nd Floor

ered private property until the much weaker opponent than 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489 PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524
Mexico. The match is scheduledin i
U.S. upset last year.
MAJOR .. BovlingStandings Emerson and Stolle, among Minneapolis Aug. 1416.

the players suspended by Australia -

LEAGUE after they had bolted a .

tourney there to play abroad,

:fLLEADERS FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLESW won the final singles matches in

Mexico City in straight set Mon-
Batting 225 at bats Clemente, Pitts- Team 4 22 14
burgh. .343 Williams Chicago .340. Team 5 22 14
Runs Mays. San Francisco. IS; Allen Team 1 20 16 Sets Mark
19 17
Philadelphia. 77. Team 4
Runs batted in Boyer. St Louis, Team 8 16'Mr 19'*
( )
78; Santo. Chicago M. Team 3 16 20
Hits Clemente Pittsburgh 140; Williams. Team 2 14''* 2ltt mixed doubles team of Maureen
Chicago. 138. Team 7 14 22
Doubles Williams, Chicago, 27; elements Results Gilberto of Hartford, Conn., and
Pittsburgh 26. Team 1. '-11 Team 6, 1-3 Team 2.
Triples Pinsin. Cincinnati. 9; Santo, 2'11Team I. 1-2; Team 5. 3-11 Howie Hampton of Manchester, "What don't know about
Chicago Home I.runs Mays. San Francisco. Team 3, 1-3; Team 4, 3-1 Team 7, 13. Conn., set a world duckpin bowl- you

29; Williams. Chicago 24. FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES ing record recently in the New
Stolen bases Wills Los Angeles. 30;
Brock. St. Louts 23. W L England tournament. They
Pitching 10 decisions Koufax. Los Team 6 21 11 Bowled a 370 game en route to
Angeles and Marichal San Francisco Team 5 19 13
1S-S .750. Team 1 17 15 a 900 series.
Strikeouts Koufax. Los Angeles 185; Team 4 16 16 insurance
Drysdale. Los Angeles 157. Team 3 15 17 car can
AMERICAN LEAGUE Team 8 15 17 you
Batting 22S at bats Oliva. Minnesota Team 7 13 19 -
.364 Mantle New York, .323. Team 2 12 20
Runs Oliva Minnesota 771 Howser, RESULTS
Cleveland ". Team 1 (3). Team 3 (1)); Team 2 (3)). DEPENDABLE
Runs batted In Stuart Boston. tS; Team 7 (1), Team 4 (3). Team 8 (U;
Klllebrew Minnesota. 11. Team 6 (3)). Team 5 (1). mjohnasan I '
Hits Oliva Minnesota. ISO B.
Robinson, Baltimore. 124. WEDNESDAY KITE .MIXED SEH-HORSE. Nationwide
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Home runs Killebrew. Minnesota 36; Team No 5 2* II
Powell. Baltimore. 28. Team No. 9 25 19
Stolen bases Aparlclo Baltimore. 41; Team No. 7 23'* 20''''I

Weis.Pitching Chicago.10 decisions U. Bunker. Baltimore. Team Team No.No. I 6 20 29 24 24 I Nationwide Insurance reveals] --some little] know n facts to help you
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Women over 25 pay the same as men. Women chance you can. Here are some things you
than his
competition. under 25 pay anywhere from 10 to 63 percentless can do:

'\ 'S 2. Are there different ways of figuring my than men in this age group. The reason? > Take a larger deductible amount on your collision

rates? Yes, depending on the state you live in. Young women have fewer accidents than young coverage.This will lower your premium.

1 There are basically two kinds of rating plans- men. Our records prove it! Example: collision coverage with$100 deductible

r VII, "non-variable"and "variable." may cost you 25 to 30 percent less than
8. have rates even though
my gone up
lit "Non-variable" is the most popular kind. the same coverage with $50 deductible.
Fre bad accident? Because insur-
.. $' Your policy is based on flat rates which do not never an > If you have a boy in high school who drives

depend on your driving record."Variable" ance companies are paying out more money in your car,enroll him in his school's driver train
claims than before. How ?There
ever come are
is the "merit-demerit" plan. The ing course.This may lower your liability rates
more cars on the road than ever before (about
6 rt i more accidents you have,the higher your rates. 5 to 15 percent.
I t ; tI 22 cars for every mile of road).There are more
The fewer accidents, the lower your rates. > If you own two cars, be sure they are both
100 Cars cost to
per cars. more re-
Here in Florida, all insurance companiesmust insured with the
same company. You may geta
pair. Juries are awarding bigger settlements.As .
use the "merit-demerit" plan. discount. Nationwide
generally offers a 10
l j. long as insurance companies have to pay

ptwitit6to. 3. Why do men under 25 out more, they have to take in more. Result: percent discount for both cars.

pay such high rates?Driv- you pay higher rates. > If you think you're a careful driver,and you

>< ers in this age group have have a good driving record, be sure to give

a much higher percentageof 9. What if I'm hit by a Nationwide a try. You may find that we can
accidents than drivers in no insurance? save you some of your hard-earned money.If ; .

So HouseWarming to Visit s any these other young age drivers group.have And insurance. It's called that you have any questions that are not answered'I

in this advertisement, check the Yellow Pagesfor
'S worse accidents, too. P.Uninsured Motorists Cow
the number of a Nationwide agent.He'll .
by Long DistanceWant -T- NOTE:Nationwide knows can add this
give you the same kind of no-nonsense
that not all males under 25 are careless drivers. liability pro-
answers that you've been reading here.
We were the first insurance company to offer a Nationwide .

share? Then lower rates to young men who complete a qual- a few dollars. ..
to Congratulate? Make plans? Just chat? pick up
ified driver training course.

your phone and call Long Distance. For keeping families closer, 10. Do some insurance companies offer NationwideInsurance

4. What factors besides age affect rates? faster claim service than others?Yes.But most

nothing tops house-to-house talk- often.Southern'i. SeveraL The year of your car. Your occupa- companies today offer excellent claim service.

tion.The size of your town.How much you use They have to or they wouldn't stay in business

% ..ellr81l your car.These things all count. Nationwide is the second largest mutual car

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Many people don't, and are paying a lot more claims within 24 hours after proof of loss.Nearly Nationwide General Insurance Company-

be sure your telephone voice is really you... than they should for car insurance two-thirds of all claims within 72 hours. Home Office: Columbus, Ohio

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>- Gainesville Sun. Tuesday August 4, 1964

Sports Xtficklai&son: GOLF Mets May Be Giant Obstacle -

In .
1.- 1'tE SHORT. PUTT By ARTHUR DALEY Cepeda is about ready- to .re-official family, a still unre- takes a real good lefty to give S (

turn. The fellow who has been formed Brooklyn baseball writ- the Phillies trouble. The rinky-.
: : iAStNG' UP otJ Ntm Vnrk :intra carrying our club for the last, dink lefties can't do it." I

: BriefFighters THE Most} StROKE rREQuINn.YI ; I1NE NEW YORK Those streak- month is Jim Ray Hart." er."Hart will be one of the best Alvin should know. His south- II

I 4, GOMMtN' ERROR ing New York Mets, winners of Quick Hook hitters in the league some paws are of the rinkydink vari
.- ONr P1.J"f"fr ,_ four of their last five games, The mound shortage has forced day," said Garry. "He's one of I
RESULTING: dark into hook those short armed witha ety.Now
using a quick guys
don't know their
-k DISMAY: A9-HE PAH* just own he is facing the Mets.
... with his At the first like Berra's.
DIES' SNOKTOF'f.4 strength. The latest terrors of pitchers. swing Yogi For some reason no one ever
no. .HOLE OR 5LzPEG vUG1' the National carefreeand sign of trouble he moves fast, When we brought him up late J r
I League, can explain this includes I
of? tome 6\ve\ CANt
;'U ; AVOIDED IP YOU relaxed, will take on the even in an early 'inning. One last year, he was hit by a Casey Stengel the Dodgers
f '. ? NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (AP) C"_ 'CENTRAfE UPON San Francisco Giants, who are night last week, for instance, pitched ball and had his shoulder have beaten the New Yorkers I : t -

.,. Welterweights Dick French MAKIW6& 5 "OKE,A MOT FIRM JUST neither carefree. nor relaxed, at he had three different pitchersin broken. The first time he got 10 of 11 but the Giants have "TRY
: .of Providence, R. I., and Grey AT IMPACT)eJTAFTEj Shea Stadium tonijht and to- the third inning during a low back in the line up, he was taken them in only 6 of 11. This
Gavin of New York fought to a IMPACT A:, WELL. morrow night in games that scoring game against the Phils. skulled by another pitch. brief visit should give the KING

draw Monday night in a 10 will have a vital bearing on "Don't worry about tomor "This year we backed him Giants an opportunity to get fat. EDWARD
.- .rounder at Sargent Field. Both the pennant race, not for the row. It might rain," was Leo away from the )jute more and But it might not work out that
= weighed 150. Mets but for the Giants. Durocher's cry of defiance dur- they were getting him with out- way at all. Amtria't bro-sf Selling Cigar I
: ing his glory years. Dark expressed -side pitches. But now he's hit- I
"Juan Marichal has a bad
it a little differently."A ting everything and has been
.pi back, Alvin Dark lugubriously
: : Mescliery Signs J reported today over the phone manager can't. worry going at a .350 clip. His case END-OF-SEASON
: about the future when he has history shows that the higherthe
from "and he's
Pittsburgh, -
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Tom / staff." only one pitcher," he says. league he was in the higherhis
: Meschery, a starting forward on pitching Yet he is not happy with the batting average goes. CLEARANCE SALENOW
: the San Francisco Warrior team Considering the fact that the situation. Baseball history has "But the sweetheart of our
: that won the National Basetballssociation's :1 qf1f'rpcPlI Giants are in a grim battle proved that managers using team has to be Marichal. To IN PROGRESS

: Western Division with the Phils for first place, this system, even ')f necessity, me he's a little Dazzy Vance.
this had to be rather
: title last season, signed his a startling are eventually forced to pay a He exerts tremendous energy
: 1964-65 contract with the War- admission. The Phillies are high price because pitchers are and on the mound he has the I PRICES SLASHEDBOAT I
rather solid in but the
: riors Monday. AER GE'1'ERMIMINt& ME UNE c5r-rJ..I: pitching at their best, when they follow same sort of distracting man-
San Francisco staff thinned out
PINTS: AIM FOR A EoP01"t..ILl 1" 614ORT OPrHEZ a rotation .with even spacing nerisms as the Old Dazzler. He
rw HOLi OVER WHICH -THg'PAU MUSt -(?AV U considerably when Jack San- between assignments.Top has four pitches and all are
: THEM. MAWN& UE! MY HEAP AND BOW MAlMpEKpfcctiy ford was forced to submit to an
CandidatesIt MOTOR & TRAILER
Ask good.
Waivers snuy &TROKe fiKMiy. CONTINUING
11'4 hour operation for a blocked -!
wen,TWROU&Htvce. 9AL'Kk !. is an invalid measuringrod Vulnerable
:. CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) The artery in his arm. He is out but the relative standingsof Although the Giants have OUTFITS

Washington Redskins asked VAHI.>>u NfCAUS/ ,Au.K.Kvv11(9. for the rest of the year. Giants and Phils at the sea- generated not too much heat in
: waivers Monday on two .free --- --- "Our kid pitchers have- been' son's end are likely to deter- the past month, the Phillies SKIS MARINE ACCESSORIES

:_ agents, halfback Ken. Hines of doing well' ," continued Alvin. mine rookie of the. year also went cold as the trailers
Colorado State and flanker "In fact it's been pitching that honors. Hart is the Giant can- began crowding up from the
Overton Williams of Texas Bold Lad Now has held the club together because didate. Richie Allen is the Phil- rear. The other ball clubs

Southern. our big boys haven't lie hope. They are so well ganged up on them and left-
been driving in runs. It seemsas matched that the showcase of handed them to death. Gene
though every win is a the pennant winner will have Mauck's heroes maltreat right-

Call NavarroDETROIT Seeks VictoryIn squeaker. But Juan is the only I the top rookie in it. When this handers but are singularly vulnerable -BC! I1 D
absolute I have..
dependable reporter was on the Pacific to southpaws. a
(AP) With pitcher Now he's sidelined with a mus- Coast last week, he talked to "1 must make this distinc- 601 South Main Street Ample Parking

Larry Sherry disabled by a cle spasm and I doubt that he'll Garry Schumacher of the Giant tion, though," said Alvin. "It
broken bone in his right foot, Rich work in New York. However,
the Detroit Tigers have called SaplingBy it's one of those things that

up Julio Navarro from their Syracuse goes as fast as it comes.

I farm club to take Sher- ORLO ROBERTSON : Bold Lad goes after the $100,000 "Willie Mays is starting to .-

ry's place in the relief corps. Associated Press Sports Writer: guaranteed Sapling at Mon- look better at the plate again _
mouth Park. and New York is always a tonic ,_ 4 ', .. ..
e Offspring of Bold Ruler are I for' him. Willie McCovey is be- .. .
shambles of the Queen Empress, sired by Bold
making major "
Net ginning to pick and OrlandoBoys'
Eastern 2-year-old stakes this Ruler and also from Mrs. H.C.

and Phipps' Wheatley Stable, was
ST. PAUL year there appears to be
(AP-Six days of junior ath more of the same in store Satur-' the short priced favorite to take Club

letic competition begins at the day when the Wheatley Stable's for last Saturday's $100,000 Sorority
2-year-old fillies at Mon-
University of Minnesota Tues- mouth after winning all her six
when the 11th annual To Host Two
day Jaycee -I Phils starts with four of the victories
international boys and girls Top coming in stake..

tennis tournaments open. Cubs414-2 The Queen had to settle for Top Nines

e third but the winner turned up

in Bold Experience, another
Tops Horseshoe In Seminole League action at daughter of America's leadingsire The Gainesville Boys' Club

the Boys' Club yesterday, the of 1963. Bold Ruler will host Boys' Club baseball Chevrolet
was one Impala Sport CoupeChety
Phils walloped the Cubs 14-2; of the all-time greats of the teams from Atlanta and Miami.
Jim Johnson of Cincinnati with
the Braves 1-0
won over Dodgers -
Wheatley Stable then trained by The. Teams will consist of boys
519 points out of a possible 600, ; the Giants defeated the Jim
Sunny Fitzsimmons. Bold
was Monday's high scorer as Cards 11-9; the Pirates smashed 12-14 years of age.
Experience carried the silks ofC.T.
qualifying rounds continued in the Athletics 7-1; and the Miami competed recently In
Chenery's Meadow Stable.
the world horseshoe pitching White Sox won 11-6 over An- the district Pony League tourn- ,
tournament. gels. Four Wins I ament in Key West and sportsa

Outstanding players included The victory, coming after she very impressive record.
Tommy Myers and Randy Hunt had twice bowed to Queen Em- Leading the Whitehead Boys'

Get Mathiesoii for the Angels, Mickey Mc- press, gave Bold Experience a Club of Atlanta attack will be
Guire and David Spongberg for record of four victories, includ- Gus Mathews, a .450 batter,
KINGSTON, R.I. (AP) The the White Sox, Hal Ingmanand ing two stakes, and three seconds who has a 20-0 pitching record
Pittsburgh Steelers claimed Danny Oincan for the in seven starts. She paid and 18 home runs: Steve West,

quarterback Dave Mathieson of Phils, Steve Wilson and Pat $8.20 while earning 60000. infielder and pitcher batting .400

Washington State Monday after Olurn for the Cubs, Jim Mc- Bold Experience, ridden by and Buddy "Bear" Berry, a 6-0,
the Chicago Bears asked waivers -Farland and Mike O'Brien for Bobby Ussery, stepped the six 185 pound youngster who is
on him.Golf the Athletics, Chuck Mandin- furlongs in 1:09: 35. I batting the ball at a .500 clip.

S hall and Ken Roper for the Bold Lad goes into the Sap- The ick West.team is coached by Loder- H Nora Sport CoupeCona.ir .

Pirates, Mason Padgett and ling, which winds the Mon-
up All games will be played at
Medalist Ray Cauthen for the Giants,
mouth Park meeting, with three
Brian McChristian and I Harris Field. The schedule is as

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. Mote for the Cards, Tommy Larry straight triumphs, two in follows: ,.4: Y''' '.'y..m.Yr11.-11.111' .... .
(AP-Barbara Fay White of Burns and Ricky Sharp for the I stakes, and an overall per Tuesday
formance of four wins and two 1
Shreveport La. fired a six-un- Braves and John Capella and i 12:00 p.m. Gainesville no. 1 -
seconds in six outings.In .
dT par 71 Monday to take med- Jackie Watson for the Dodgers.GlIS .I vs. Atlanta

a'ist honors in the qualifying addition to the Sapling, 2- 6:00: p.m. Gainesville no. 1 ....... .>=.
round of the Broadmoor Invita- year-olds will be seen this weekin vs. Miami > '\ ..

tional Women's Golf Tournament GriddersSet the $20,000-added Flash today 7:30 p.m. Gainesville no. 2 ::d
for ClinicAl as Saratoga opens a 24-day I vs. Atlanta
meeting, the $25,000-added Majorette Wednesday
Giffin, Mike Oyenarte and for fillies only at Arlington 6:00: p.m. Miami vs. Atlanta
Dick SislerIs ,Mike Gibson will demonstrate Park Wednesday and the$50,000'add 7:30 p.m. Gainesville no. 2
football techniques at the Punt, d Arch Ward at Arlington vs. Miami
Pass and Kick Clinic tomorrowat Park Friday.

Enjoying 1 p. m. Saturday's top events includethe
All three are members of the $100,000-added Classic for 3- Canon Wins Monza Club CoupeAmerica's

Leading Reds 1964 Gainesville High .School 'year-olds Arlington Park and
Purple Hurricanes football Saratoga's $50,000-added Whit-

CINCINNATI (AP) Coach team. ,ney, which is expected to match League TitleHIGH i
Boys who plan to enter the Mongo and Gun Bow, two of the
Dick Sisler is
enjoying runningthe I
clinic may pick up their application outstanding candidates for the SPRINGS Car Ion
Cincinnati Reds but "I hope
at the Boys' Club. ,handicap division title. banged out 10 hits here last
and that Fred
pray" Manager best sellers
night and raced to a 5-1 victoryover
Hutchinson and he
recovers Alachua Milling Co. to win .
Beach Moves BB
"can take over again. Daytona Up the Alachua High Springs soft
Hutchinson, stricken with a ball title.

chest cancer, was released With Win Over Lakeland! Each team went into the bat-
Monday from Christ Hospital tle with a victory apiece in the

where he was confined for a f three game playoff for the : Your best buys !
week of tests. But it was not an-I By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS, Sarasota dropped into last championship.Sox .

nounced if the 44-year-old manager Daytona Beach may be Florida -i place by losing to Miami, 82. hurled the victory for Carton -
would rejoin the team State League leader yet.
Itl the guys on the bottom allowing the losers only
Tuesday night for a .doubleheader walloped Lakeland 13-4 Monday I rung fought for three scattered hits. Hubert
with the Milwaukee Braves. night. Now it's out of the cellar I, standing St. I
Petersburg was leading bat-
edged Lauder-
The decision apparently will and into seventh place. I I I dale 4-3 in 15 innings, and Or.ter with two hits. Now at Chevrolet Dealers
be left to Hutchinson. A club lando socked Tampa 9-2. ''I.Carlon 200 201x-5 your

spokesman said Hutch will re- 'SPORTSMANsiDIGEST : Leon Crow singled home Tom- Sox and Bruce
turn when "he says he feels up my Dean in the 15th as St. Alachua Mill. Co. 010 00 0-1
to it." Hutchinson went from the y Petersburg outlasted Fort Lau-I Box and GayCLEANING

hospital to his suburban home to .w Ls&pBASSPLUGTiP derdale. The Yankee's three
runs were unearned. The Saints: I
Didn't Know 1 I
Sisler, who has guided the FOR SPRING I dale's Jerry McLemore and Lauder-each 1 Stands to reason:America's number one szI 7 Or possibly you'd prefer the carefreecars

Reds since July 27, also said he had three hits.Seven. I I have got to be your best buys. Corvair.

didn't know when Hutch will re )TIP) Runs Again this year that means your So come ahead. Choose your favorite

turn. Orlando greatest buys in any size are at your SEETHE MAN WITH THE Nol BUYS from among the 45 best ways in the
far I know I'll still be stt got seven runs in the
"As as II
world to in the number one auto-
Chevrolet dealer's one-stop shopping go
TYPE third
V-8 to
whip Tampa before
back a
In charge until he comes REPAIRING
actively," Sisler said Monday record 6,162 fans. The key hit I center. Take your pick. mobiles.

night was a bases loaded triple by "We Rod I Perhaps the Jet-smooth Chevrolet- NolYOUR But hurry.

Sisler said he met with Hutchinson MID&ET Orlando rookie John Beck. Har- America's best selling automobile. The way they're going,no telling how

after his release and the SINKER WITH FEATHER TAIL ry Price singled home both ofTampa's Them Out"Motor Or maybe the fun-loving Chevy II so -CHEVROLET DEALER soon they'll all be gone.

manager told him he's "feelinga runs. Block many young families go steady with Better see your Chevrolet dealer

little better." The Reds have Use A SINKING TYPE I Miami booted Sarasota to its FlushedWe these days. before a thing like that.happens!
refused to comment on the re- PLUS SIMILAR TO I seventh straight loss. The Mar

sults of Hutchinson's examina- THE NEAR ABOVE.WEEDS 61NK ALONG IT-,1 lins scored four runs in the Pick-Up & Deliver I

BANK.THEN RETRIEVE I fourth on three hits and four ChetTn lel.C7letelle C1u'17II.Conairand Conelle.JibJCarsXo.1laluesllaITtrneloinJ-lowalyourdealh
tion.Sisler, 43, In his first role as THROUGH ISOTlOMI I ,walks. Miami's Jerry Griffin RADIATOR! SHOP 11I'TIlt- 1 ....---..-- ____u_ _
manager of a major league WEEDS' TOPS WITH A I had i three hits including a double n-na
club, said he was surprised SLOW STCP-ANO-eO I and two RBIs. White Electric
when told he would be in charge TO FIND WHICH WORKS I{ ''i Daytona Beach pounded Lake- &
during Hutch's absence. land for 15 hits and a convincing
"But as soon as Hutch is LINE TO LOOSEN f l' 1 victory. Felix Millan and Service
ready, it's his ball club," said .I George.Hulett each got four hits 1515 ,N..MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE PHONE 376-7581
Sisler, who managed four yearsin for the Islanders. Lakeland's' 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
the minors and joined the .c1f j Rufus Anderson accounted for II FR 2-8581 I For Correct Time Dial FR 21411'FT

Reds in 1960. three of the Tigers% hits. ,

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Tuesday, August 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun '


Taxpayers Air '. Complaints .i ?" Oil Company 'to Celebrate ::1

To County Equalization Bd. Opening of Eight StationsE1 V. 11.!I,

Humble Oil Company officialswill Club for city officials. gallons of gas. i t

stage "grand opening" ceremonies Thursday, Humble's eight Humble Is new to Gainesville"

By NORM LaCOE The County Commissioners, else's," G. M. Davis, commis-' ned to appeal to the board but before) it. No more will be ac- shortly to celebrate the i Esso gas stations will be giv-' Prior to October, 1962; no Essp t

Sun Staff Writer sitting as the equalization board sion chairman, told one taxpayer -changed their minds. i cepted. eight gas stations and a buIld ing away key chains, lollipops,I gas stations were in this area ,
Sixteen Alachua County tax- yesterday, promised the unhappy About 15 persons have com- I Persons whose appeals are onthe oil plant they have here.I balloons and a year's supply of i Helton said. The grand opening ,
letter asking their table for the gas and a color television set to is being staged to celebrate the
payers have appeals before the taxpayers their assessmentswill The appeals concern about plained by study by com- ,
county board of equalization, be reduced if found to be two dozen of the county's 28,500 assessments be restudied. mission are: Area representative Carl Hel-! customers.In new stations plus the bulk oil 1
complaining their property as- unfairly high. taxable properties. The new The board decided at the end A. E. McLeod, 609 Marybeth ton said the company will hold addition, they'll give a free plant, the Davis Oil Company, t
sessments for the coming fiscal "We are here to see that your fiscal year begins Oct. 1. of its scheduled meeting yesterday -Ave., Tallahassee, one parcel a dinner tomorrow night at the; five pound sack of potatoes to which is designed to ,provide. .1
year are too everybody: Another six persons had plan- to study only the complaints and house with homestead exemption I Gainesville Golf and Country I anyone buying eight or more home heating oil and kerosene.

assessed in 1964 at V ._, ..,... V ; It
in 1963 at $10,200.S. r'V St $
$11,500, V > *:, : I
high.BUSINESS P., Faustini, 1915 NW 13th I.
MARKET St., homestead with exemption .. .
It assessed in 1964 at $7,700, in;
REPORT 963 at $7,100.A. I J

'I REVIEW 'if T. Angelakos, c-o Aloha r '- sT-
Restaurant, U. S. 301, Hilliard,
one property assessed in 1964 at t.J
--- ---- -- k
4,700 and in 1963 at $4,600.W. I
C. Watson, P. O. Box 387,

High at Springs in 1963, assessed at $5,200.in Watson 1964- J : a : : ;
Readers' Dow Jones Stock Averages $6,400, ; V : ; A
I asked a lower assessment
Request '
840.35 I Rails I off 4.45 .
because the income producing V V :: V
216.79 I Volume I off 1.89 capacity of his service stationis VV I

The 'foilewlnf mirkti, quotation, i f 150.17 I Indust. I off 0.58 weakened due to Interstate :i
are requested tClflcally by readers :
of the Sun fluncllll'page: The Quot.. STOCK LISTINGS 301.53 I Stocks I off 1.79 75.William
., n
fumlehed' Box
tiOtlI: are byPlerctryWulberllMllrphey I' Genczy, Rt. 4 I
3,800,000 I Util I 2,090,000 140, assessed in 1964 at $25,100,

in 1963 at $8,400. Three duplexes -
NEW YORK STOCKEXCIIANGE Norfolk W ..-... ._.... 6.00,137/ ''Amer Pioneer Life 8% were built on the property. ,
''- '::,- No*Jnd P S _1.48 59% Anheuser Busch .........., 53% Homestead exemption applies.H. fWelcomiug
:No Nat. Gas* ..... 4% Tampa Elec ,. 255 4
: ; l214 :1.80 561Olin Anodyne L. Turner, P. 0. Box 338, ,
2.40 '
Abbott Lab :: Tech Measur ._. 19%
: Math" 1.20 44% Citizens Bank _ 37 .w.-- Alachua, four properties. Tur-
Allied Chem 1.80 53% 'Owens n G 2.50100% Comsat Corp .........- 3334 TWA Wts .26 ner's homestead was assessedin a I

Amerada pt _.2,00 828 Pad G'&: E ________ 1.00 31% Conn Lt & Pow :_ ... 3711 MUTUAL FUNDS' 1964 at $16,400 in 1963 at $6-
Am Elec Po -_1.16a 461 I Pac.' Lting ....., _, 2.40: '298Pac' Cowles Mag & Pb --...:_:: 12% Affiliated Fund 9.07 100. The house was built and
Amer Enka .:... 1.40a58 A : T &.T -_ :.'---_. 1.20.28% I Dunn & Bradst6444 Capital Life & Gr _' 10.31 appeared in the new year. Tur-
1.44a.67: West. .... . Divers Growth... 9.92
Amer Home Pan Amer A ---.1.20, 32% Firs Fin'c' ; .-;;- :13111t'a .r ner complained it is assessedat
Amer 1.1 Fdy _----.Jl ..90' 20% arke',Dav.__.. ___ 1.00 28% Florida Gas, .. .- Dividend Shares 3.84 80 per cent of constructioncost. ,
Armco SU ----_;3.00 .12 lAtch Pennzoil ,-.... ._..._, 2.00 35% Fla:Nat'I,Bank ... _--..: 6414 Dreyfus, -.r _. .-._- 20.65 .
Topka .._..: 1.20a 35' Pfizer'' ._... .._.,. ._. .80a 49% Fla Tel __' 2815Forrest Fidelity Capit -.. .M.-. 11.41, One of Turner's other proper-
Baxter Lab --,..- .36 ,23% Phelps Dg 3.00 68% Labs ___ 22} Fidelity Fund 18.16 ties was assessed at $8,300 in I Humble Oil
Bekman In ..__.'\..'_ 593t Polaroid _. 0"l43% Founders Life 81's Fidelity':'Trend 10.11 1964, at $6,500 in 1963. I

Beech LF S -_--- ---..'1.10 49' Pub Sv E G -> ._ 2.60 39 Franklin LiCe 57s Fund'talInvest 11.30 Another tract, 29 acres near, Mayor Howard McKinney cuts a ribbon yesterday "welcomingHumble Oil :
Bristol My _.- ..-... : :::80-'6n Pure Oil __ 1.60 57% Great American -_. .. .,. 128Grolier Income of BostonIncorporated _. 8.60 1-75, was asssessed at $5,800 in to Gainesville." Shown above are (L-R) : Carl Helton area representative for

Brown Shoe 3.40100/ iteyonier ,.. _.._.... 1.00 37 ___.-.,....__.. 40 Inc 10.10 1964, at $3,100 in 1963. The I Gainesville; McKinney; George Davis, Humble Oil agent; and Harry Johnson, i
Brunswick __: 918 Rexall .-, ._ r..._... .SOb 50% Gulf We -----.:-..._..., 55% Keystone K-2 -,.___._ 5.71 fourth property was assessed at Humble Oil representative from Jacksonville. ,
Cambell S'_ ... _.,.._.- 2.40 36% Reyn Metl ,50 36 Herff'Jones 14% Keystone S-3 __ 17.21 $8,300 in 1964, at $1,100 in 1963. .. -_. _
Carter Pdt .... ......1.00a 17% Rich Merr 1.00 50% Home Ins '_ 64i Keystone S-4 ____ 4.91 Turner said two service stations: I
Case J I ....-. .... 20th R C Cola 1.2077 Jax l\Unlt Mkts 731 Life Investors _'_ 10.55 built on it have been sold and I
Cessna Air -_ -._ 1.00 28th Roy Dutch 1.73g 47% Kennasaw Life 13 Life Stock Fund _ 8.18 should not be taxed to him. I Gilchrist Grand Jury Asks
Ches Ohio 4.00 7734 Searle Gd.___ .90 60% Life of Fla 6% Mass. Inv Stock 16.98 Rocco Esposito, Town and I t tAdams'

Coas S Gas 29% Singer __ 2.00 91% Lowes Company .._...-. 2118Milgo Mass. Inv Growth 9.07 Country Trailer Park, 3860 SW I
CBS _ 1.80b 42\ Smith Kin .- .-... ..:. 1.20a 66% Electron _. 12% Poineer Fund __ 10.01 Archer Rd., complained his
Comb Eng 1.20 30 Sou Cal Ed ...-..,-., 1.05 33% Mort Guaranty Ins ,25% Puritan Fund _'_ 9.77 trailer park assessment went up I Help in Vote ProbeBy I

Cone Mills .:....._ .80 21 St. Oil Cal 2.0066% Pacific S\V Air ....-..-.- 4H Putnam Growth 16.10 to $46,500 in 1964 from $35,400in
Cont Air r.-....._.. ..4023Conti St Oil Ind _.........., 2.00b 82% Schlitz Brew _.....-..... 46% TV & :'Elec 8.17 1963. Tax Assessor J. Pierce
Ins ........ 2.20 59% Sterl Drug .....-..... .65 29% Secur Life & Tr ......... 62 Value Line Inc 5.68 Smith said new paving and a BUZZ MIXSONSun in Gilchrist County for a number -vened on June 29, the Gilchrist I
Contol Data 88th Texas Util --... .._ 1.20 63% Southern Nitro. 231 Wellinton Fund -.._..._.. 15.40 new swimming pool account for Area Editor of years. County Journal has been pub-
Corn Pdts 1.50 58 Textron --.-....,,.-_,..- 1.40 43=%! Travelers Ins ......-..,..-.- 4534 NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCK? the increases. TRENTON The Gilchrist The petitioners for a grand lishing a notice of a reward offered r
Delta Air _"_ 1.60 8131 Tidewater _.._._.-, 34% Complete Volume Close Changes Otto Welke, 4156 NW 10th St., County grand jury has called on jury[ investigation aid the can- for information that would
Det Steel .60 H% Trans W A _.. 42% AMERICAN STOCK 73 500 Xerox Corp 107% up 3V homestead with exemption as- Secretary of State Tom Adamsto didates listed on the circulated lead to a grand jury indictmentor i..

Emerson EI --.w 1.00 43% Union Pac ..- 1.60a 46% EXCHANGEAerojetGen 58 900 Pan Am 32% off 1% sessed in 1964 at $5,900 and in assist with an investigationof pamphlet did not give any per report naming the person or

Fair Camera .50g25 Und Air L ...-.,,,. l.SOb 50% _'--.w. 30 53 400 Gen Dynam 3Bi up 34 1963 at $5,300. He told the com- alleged violations of the state son or party permission to use persons responsible for the circulated f t
Finan'l Fed 42% Upjohn _- 1.00 5Hi Analex Corp 27% 37 600 Am Tel Tel 71 off V mission he moved to Alachua election code in Gilchrist Coun- their names and "the publishing pamphlet. The reward l

Fst Charlr __ 1.97f 31 Jim Walter ..,. ...-.... 25%' Aqua Chem 16% 36 000 Gen Motors 9Hz unch County seven ago because ty.The and circulation of said statement started off at $500 and last week
Fla E Cst _"_ 1338 War Lamb ...,..-..-. .70 31% Aurora Plastics 24% 33 200 Chrysler 5B off H of the low taxes years and home- jury yesterday filed an in- worked a fraud upon the had been upped to $650.
Food Fair ___ .90 22% Worthintn ---w.-_ 1.50 45% Butler Shoe ___ 9% 32 400 Sunshn Mng 234 off H 4 stead exemption."I'd terim presentment with the Cir- candidates named." The presentment returned I

FMC Corp __._.. 1.00. 5611a Xerox ....;...,, ..... '107 Chromaloy _' 16% 31 600 Sperry Rd 1418 orr 18 like to know what justi- cuit Court asking the secretaryof I The candidates listed on the yesterday was signed by grand s
Frito Lay ......._.-...., '41 Zenith 1.20a 66% Cinerama -.-._..-..-..-. 6 30100 Westg El 35U unch fies this increase," he said. state "to furnish as soon as pamphlet as having the en- jury foreman Joe B Wilson. J
Gen Te1e .88 331 Computer Sd 17% 28 600 Atlas Cp 2 off '8 Smith told him possible a deputy investigator to dorsement of the League for Other members of the grand
OVER THE COUNTERNEW Cutter Labs A ...... 17% assessmentswere assist this grand jury in its further Better Government
GA PadI __ 1.oob 5n. 28 JOO Filtrol Corp 39V4 off 2}. changed because of a were Eudell jury are Ray Barron, Philip W. I
Getty Oil ....... .10g 24% and asked YORK quotations CAP)-,Tht supplied following by ttl.'tlonal bid. Data Control __ 50% 27600 Boting Co. 56'8 up \4 eral raise, and because they gen- investigation" of alleged vi- Watson, county commissioner; Taylor, J, K. Mathews, Jack _
._ Fulton Inds _"_ 9% olations. Jack Rowell, who lost his bid Mathis
Grace Co .. 1.00b 57 Association of Stcurltlti Dealrt. 27100 Studebaker 72 up H were too low on some types of J. J. Brailmont, Grady !
Hel Curtis ..,..-... .80 1668 Inc. do not represent actual transactions Gen Develop 5% 27 000 Ford Mot 51'4 off ?. in The grand jury vas originally for re-election to the County Wiggins, J. M. Gay, Lloyd Mc-
property areas.
IBM 5.00459% but art tnt! NASO'i estlmltt Mackey Airlines ... ..... 5% 26 400 RCA 323 off % E. Daniel 2781 SE convened on June 29 by JudgeJ. Commission; H. E. Hand, who Elroy, Farris Fowler, C o u ncil
Int Min C M.w..... 1.803 69% of the range within which these itcurt Mead Johnson .-... .... .,16% AMER STK EXCII ACTIVE Ave.Ray homestead ,with 19th C. Adkins Jr. on the petition ran unsuccessfully against Sher- Douglas. Call Matthews, W. B.
Int Tele 1.00 54 4 ties bought could(asked have) been sold (bid) or Pac NW Tele __ 23% STOCKS assessed, in 1964 at exemption of a group of Gilchrist iff Clyde Williams; Eli Read Mathis Jr., Mike Ridgeway, Mil-

Kellogg ._. ... .80a 47 : Philips Elec to....-....._..:_ 42 $5,700, in County citizens. At that time, who won re election as school ford Ridgeway, Leilon Thomas
Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Alico Land ....-.,,.-. --,.. .. 9% Redwing Carriers ______ 10% Volume Close Change 1963 at $5,200.Dr. after interviewing around 30 superintendent; Mrs. Eve 1 yn David Faison and Velva Cloud.
Litton In 1.98f 64 Amer Fidel Life 25% FUc Group .--.M 6 58 200 Tel-A-Sign 51 up Charles Hortenstine, 414 witnesses, the grand Jury reported -Carter, an unsuccessful School State Attorney T. E. Duncan
Lone S Cm 1.00 21% Amer Heritage -........... 2B Sperry R. Wts. 6% 46 600 Peruvian Oils 2ioff le NW 34th St., homestead with it had nothing to report. Board candidate; and Lank Ak- and Asst. State Attorney Mack

Marsh Fld 1.60 45% Amer Mat Ins _...---. 21% Syntex _-...-.. 66 36 900 TWAWTS26 off 1% exemption assessed in 1964 at The presentment returned ins, who was re elected to the Futch have been meeting with
29 300 Ml Oil & Gas 9% unch $10,800, in 1963 at $9,700. He
Martin M .. ....,.._. 1.00 17% yesterday, however, said: "Cer- County Commission.Since the grand jury, conducting the
28 500 Great Basins 33 off J,4 complained that his assessmentseems
tain members of this the
McG Hill -60a 35%! grand grand jury was con- proceedings.
Mead Corp .1.70 47% AVERAGES, AUG. 3 jury have made an investigation -
High Low Close ;Purchases J. Underwood, 417 SE 4th
Merkd ._. ..... ..,. 2.00a41 NerChg. 332,651 and found certain informa-
-- 25 Rails 150.85 149.54 149.84 Off .48 Short Sales ._... St., three rental properties in
2,64 tion that should be
-.w developed bya Med. Center
Nat Air _.. .. .80 50% Charges !
25 Industrials 851.67 842.54 845.19 Off 2.36 Other Sales .... ._.-.. 352,38 southeast Gainesville. He com- trained and experienced Investigator
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N Y Cent -_. .-. 50g 43%
Nia M Pow ...-,...,'2.00 56U 5Q.Stocks '_ 501.26 496.04 498.01 Off 1.42 Total Sales ,-.,......,. 355,034 plained taxes are driving him to assist It in obtain-
.. PREVIOUS DAY'S out of business, since from his ing all of the evidence possibleto
:. '.. STOCK MARKET rents he must pay all utilities, determine the true facts as I With I

Advances ._...._..w.472 insurance and taxes. to said matters. MalpracticeA
YOUR, : Declines 590 One property was assessed at The alleged violations of the

-- -:: : 'MONEY2SWORTHc Unchanged 278 $1,700 in 1964, at $1,550 in 1963, election code hinge on a pamphlet medical malpractice suit and Woodward would have discovered 1

",. ',' Total Issues -. .._.._,... 1,34 and produces $56 monthly ren which was circulated in the has been filed in Circuit Courtin her illness, had they
Secl : Ntw 1963-64 tal. Another was assessed in Bell area of Gilchrist County on Gainesville the Uni :
iiSo l riiJCiiiznges.- jfx:: : .. Highs 58 against exercised ordinary care and
'. .._"";.'' ,..,t,.:.' .-.. ...,-- .,. :. \\:" ;.. ,.' New 1963-64 Lows ._ 19 1964 at $3,000, in 1963 at $2,800. the morning of the May 5 pri- versity of Florida Health Center skill and that they were neg- =
# The third with two
r,4.': mary. The pamphlet, termed and two doctors working:ligent in failing to do so. :
,."" ,Late Morning producing $224 total monthly fraudulent by the petitioners fora there. I s
', :'< .... rental assessed at Mrs. Brown asks jury trial
By Sylvia Porter was $6,100in grand jury investigation, list- I a ,
N. Y. in plus damages of than *" ,
.- "- Listing 1964, and $5,600 1963. ed six candidates who supposedly more $500
Brown of
'1.1'> -- I Lois D. Haines, P. 0. Box 204, had the endorsement of now Orange County,I)each! from the doctors and the
The biggest package of In- It would bring more than one Of course the increases in Allis Chal 20tt Int Pap 32% Waldo, homestead with exemp- called League for Better a Gov-so- said she was referred to the i![hospital.[ No upper limit is list-
creases in Social'Security'ben.efits million additional beneficiariesinto benefits would be greater for Alcoa 67V8 Jones&L 8111 tion assessed in 1964 at $5,500, ernment. Health Center by Dr. George 1 j:ed on what she asks. < .
and liberalizations of the the system Including at some beneficiaries than for Am Air 46;. Kais Al 35}4 in 1963 at $4,200. She told the The said Karalas of Newberry in August,i|j'I Her attorney is Stephen J. 1
pamphlet "We forc-
system's provisions, _history least three major groups not others They would create new Am Brk 59% Ken'cott 84*4 board an old house which has ed redistricting (of the county). 1960. I I Johnson,, Jr., Orlando.
is now moving through Con- now. eligible for benefits. and ,higher maximum and minimum 'AmBdPar 40T Lig &: My 79?4 been assessed in past has Now Defendants are Dr. Thomas
gress. Passage of the "Social It would call for increases in amounts for which beneficiaries Am Can 44 Loch'd 36% years we can force consolidationof Wells, Dr. Edward R. Wood-
been down.
torn schools
Security Amendments" of' 1964" the taxes we pay into the system would be eligible in Am Cyan 673' Lorillard 43% Emil Gechter, 1316 SW 13th ( County) with Commission your help.and ward, and the J. Hillis Miller File Charges

now seems a vir.tua::.c rtainty starting in, January for every category' They would Am Mot 15% Mag'vox SO3 iI Ave. homestead with exemption School Board Health Center, a state agency. I
and there is a strongprobabilitythat : the' 75 million, of us now :con- Impressively lift the averagesof I ATOT 71 MM&M 59'. districts were redrawn Mrs. Brown said she consulted -
assesstd in 1964 at $8,800, in 1963 last Consolidationof ;
actual benefit boosts will tributing and for cur' 5.3 mil benefits above the levels I Am Tob 33i Mohasco 1318 in 1963 at $6,300.S. Bell and year.Trenton Dr. Wells about stomach' On Man
show up in the monthly checks lion empjqyers. paid today. i Ampx Cp 16ss Mons'to 79 high pains and cramps. She contended -
mailed to beneficiaries Oct. 3. For the Jirst time, more than .. Both the Social Security ben- Anaconda* Mont Wd 39 Z. Long, 617 NE 6th St., schools has been a lively issue Dr. Wells told her there was
Almost surely the:basic clauses one million service workers efit increases and the liberalizations -'I Armour 47U Nat Dair 83% property assessed in 1961 at $5- I nothing wrong, and that her ill For BreakInTwo
will be picked apart and would pay Social Security tax- in t COCk 32% Nat Dist 28% 900, in 1963 at $5,400. He told the I ness was in her mind. She contended
provisions are expected Meet
changed somewhat in coming es on the $1 billion-plus they receive to be voted promptly Beth SU "37i N.Am Av 48H board he lives on social security i City in her suit that Dr. Wells I: counts of burglary have .
weeks but the informed prediction each year in tips and because: Boeing 55T's Penney 57 and has been trying three yearsto repeated, this diagnosis when been placed against Ulie Boyd,.
is that they will go would be eligible for benefits Major new "election year" Borden 77i Pa RR 35% sell the property.L. I To Discuss she returned to him. II 29, charged with breaking into "

through substantially intact. reflecting their tips as well as benefits have been voted in every Brunswk 9 Pep Col 59', C. Pittman, 817 NW 15th She contended she consultedDr. a woman's home early Sat"
Cater Tr 33* Phil Mor 73h Woodward, who agreed with
The amendments are of utmost wages. other year since 1950 Ave., homestead with exempt urday.
importance because they For the first time, children of with one single Celanese 73V Phil Pet 5'H4 tion assessed in 1964 at $3,800, Housing CodeThe Dr. Wells' diagnosis without ,
affect the nearly 20 million Social retired, disabled or deceased exception.That Chrysler 50% RCA 32 in 1963 at $8,000. Pittman 'told making an examination. Chief W. D. Joiner said Boyd, _
Security beneficiaries now workers would get monthly ben- one exception was 1962a I CocaCol 135% Rep SU 44% the board that by raising home-: In fact, Mrs. Brown said, she of 419 NE 19th Drive, was 1 .
on retirement, survivor and disability efits past the present cutoff age reason pressure is particularly Com Ed 53% Revlon 3.H stead assessments, some of the proposed housing code suffered from a severe ulcer charged with the Saturday
will be discussed !in
rolls more than ever of 18 and to the age of 22 -if strong for liberalizationsthis Con Edis 91% Rey Tob 42% tax load is being transferred a;condition which has reached an breakin plus a burglary of the 4
before in the system's history. they continue or resume their year. Cont Can 51H StReg P 30T from business to residential I joint study session tonight by; advanced stage. She said she same house about tao weeks Y. ,
schooling. It's estimated that Not since 1958 has any across Dow Che 704 Seaboard 53?4 members of the Gainesville! has suffered great medical expenses ago. ,.
They are of utmost importance 275,000 children would take ad- -tbe-board raise in benefits or DuPont 263i Sears 116 I|1 City Commission and City Plan' pain, has been disabled I -
because there is I Sun-
unprec- vantage of this one provision.For any increase in the wage base EAL 3O% Sinclair 454 told the board this means Board four years and will be all Boyd was arrested early .(.
edented pressure today for re- the first time, benefits been voted Since 1958, however E.Kodak 130 Socony 83H the burden is being shifted to Although the meeting is pub- her life, and must live on a very day morning. The woman, 'itbo
tirement volunt.arrr w- would be re-checked automatically wage levels and the cost Firestone 40!* South C 64H persons like himself who retired -lic, audience discussion will' restrict diet. lives on Waldo' Rd., told police
pulsory. Social Security retirement each year, by computer to of living have climbed steadily.The Fla P&L 81% SperryR 14% to Florida because of low not be included until a later She contends that Drs. Wells she awoke to find him in her
rolls are expectea to jumpan assure beneficiaries that they package of 1964 Social Ford 51 StBrand 78 taxes. date when the code is the subject bed and struggled with him..

enormous 15 per cent next were receiving the best possi- Security amendments is slated Frmst Da 12V StO NJ 8'ffi of a public bearing before, Her son-in-law was attractedfrom
alone. John Camp, P. 0. Box 686, Border
year ble deal. for passage by both Houses be- Frept Sul 36i Studbeak 731 the city commission. Change the next room by the
homestead with
And they are of utmost importance Basic to the new amendments fore the end of August. Frueh Tr 32% Swift 51% exemption as- After tonight's review the noise, and hit her attacker with
because monthly benefit would be a flat 5 per cent The "politics" of almost 20 Gen Dyn 31% Texaco 81 sessed at $56,100 in 1964 in 1963 code will be considered by the JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector a wrench as he ran from lut
checks are now the main at $39,600. On another property, board for recommendations (AP) Israel has agreed to a
across the board "raise" La million' votes is abundantly I Gen El 83% Thiokol! 13% plan I home. All the involved
source of income for record benefits for all those now get- clear and that goes for both Gen Fds 914 U Carb 123%assessed, in 1963 at $33.100. the\ to the city commission. minor change in, its frontier I are 'NegtOes, persons" V
numbers of Americans; for ting checks parties, of course. The socioeconomic Gen Mills U!. Unit Airc 47% 1964 assessment was reduced 1 Although both groups have with Jordan.
many, they 'are the only source. Also fundamental would b: z implications of the Gen Mtrs 934 UN Fruit 22' ,j from $35.000 to $30.700 when it\ diSCt'ssed the code in the past, Israeli officials disclosed to- Joiner said an investigation: ;j
The new legislation would risein the "wage base" on trend also are obvious; the dayin Goodrich 554 US Steel 5T7.Sw3s, learned Camp Le;ace)' i; i some revisions have been suggested -day their government will relin- continuing to determine whether .
give the largest over-all hike which both taxes and benefitsare day out buying power of our Goodyr 431 Univ Mat 13% not permitted to rent all housingunits during the year the proposed quish a 100-by-125 foot plot in there is any connection between
in the
in benefit payments ever $300 figured, from today's $4,800 retired citizensIn an immense Greyhnd 25 WestgEl 34% area. housing regulations have Beit Safafa, a village southwestof Boyd and a Negro terrorist
million in extra benefits in,thertm.fndtr' to $5,400. This \would hike payments prop under prosperity. Gulf Oil 58% Winn Dix 35% Camp told the board his taxes been under study. The joint Jerusalem that has been divided who has made a numbers
of this year and a : even more for* millions. 'Tomorrow:' 'How big will Int Harv 80 Woolwth 29 are so high he is losing money meeting was suggested by the by a barbed wise fence of attacks on white women .U

full |L5 billion- extra nen"'ear; uf:the"'years- f pads ,.'SodaI"Sec.ztty> raise be?, Int Nick T7H operating rental property. plan board. since the 1949 armistice. their homes. _____ ...
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_- Tuesday, August 4, 1964 Gqlnetvlll Surj IIV0t

.1 \ CHARLIE !
What's your problem For a Ben- &OWN?

Let Her Be eras! reply, write to Abby, Box 3365,

bM1.yk B rerly Hills Calif. 90%1%. and c i C

include a stlf-addrtsted stamped ..nAbigail -

Van Buren v.Iepe.l Abby answers all mail. L'aII 3 .

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DEAR ABBY: What do you do with a grandmother who be and your husband Is lucky you didn't choose to end the marriage .. AH KEEPS HEARIN'n; BOR1HJV. ) WILL CLEAR DRIVE ME OUTAMAH MIND? ( .
lieves that the people on television can see and hear her? as well. Stick to your guns! .--- DAISV MAE..r ITS A NICE ( rroLH5V# >REBRAIN.r
We have tried to explain to her that they can't-that it's s s IIZ

only a talking picture, but it doesn't do any good. She gets ll
DEAR ABBY: My bridge club (two tables) met at my L a
all dolled up to watch television every day because she says house last week. One of the members brought along an out- 1 -r' .6
she would hate to have Art Linkletter see her looking a of-town guests who was, visiting her. This guest presentedme < w r.attaNL"ar

fright. How can we convince her she's wrong? with a one-pound box of candy. I thanked her for it, and AN if, 1 M pd

SUE AND CINDY then I set it on the piano. I Intentionally did not open the i
box because the candy would have been eaten up In no time OLD
DEAR GIRLS: Why try? Besides, ask Art Linkletter. I'll ;.: C
bet he thinks she looks real nice! by the other women. The next day one of the women calledme
up and told me that several of the members had severe- j
t ly criticized me for not opening the candy, and offering it 0

to the ladies. Did I commit a social error, or not? ----
DEAR ABBY: A few months ago my husband and my
best friend came to me and confessed that they had an affair HOW WUZ TOP-HEAVY, RUSTLE

but it was over. They said they told me in order to DEAR NOT: Unless the woman who brought the candy :: PAW!! LONZO ON AIRTN c :I: RECKON-YE KNOW YORE BONES, I I"l
cleanse their consciences. The woman is also married and indicated that it was for the "club," you had a right to H WUZCOMIN'AROUNDHAIRPIN DID IT HOW HIGH HE PILES1W AUNT SUKEY

thejfour; of us had been friendly for years.: As I look backI assume it was for you alone. You committed no social err- LEDGE HAPPEN? HAY OL'I IN THAT

now realize that she cultivated my friendship so she' could or by not opening the candy, but since you didn't intend to ;IHs. JEST NOW-AN' e RICKETY WAGONHAV?

g 1=next to my husband. She even used the children. I told serve it, you'd have been wise to put it out of sight. rn HIS WAGON _
my- husband that I would forgive him, and I have real YARNED I
ly; ried, Abby, but the hurt is so deep I ,don't think I'll e s OVER!.' fI

ever get over it. I now refuse to be In this woman's company CONFIDENTIAL TO "THE WOMAN WHO WROTE A -S J,

but my husband says there is no reason why we can't all VOLUME": Of course! I've-heard only YOUR side of it, but L

be, friends. I get sick when I see her car on the street. if only half of what you wrote is true, you are married to I 1

Was I wrong to end our friendship or not? the most selfish egotistical hypocrite who ever drew a Z

WRONGED breath. I rarely say a case Is hopeless, but it would take a en

DEAR. WRONGED: You ,,were right to end the friendship miracle to straighten him out.

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Nrm111rk etntra successful politicians, wants to emotional Rusk cult. As a member .of by three out of every o-voters -''I \' / MttPvL WM GET YDU MI6NT MUST// 6r ?yNP.']

I feel that he owes his success to of the notorious eastern establishment many of whom identify him t JV X k r<**< /j
WASHINGTON The roundabout no one. It is no secret that, ever he was on every with foreign policy. I,UIEc ,
which President since his succession last Novem
foundation board on the Atlan- I To offset Miller's appeal on I Ii
Johnson chose to dump Dean ber, he has felt himself sur-
rounded deans. :tic Coast before entering the i the Republican ticket it was I> jr
the Democratic tic- by 1
Rusk from obvious that the Democrats I -
Cabinet Rusk was clearly the
ket has not fooled in I needed someone who had never f z. \\
anyone These include Dean McGeorge of that tightly knit and
darling II }
I been identified at all. And
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Washington.His Bundy, the foreign policy specialist well organized clique which has the case against Rusk was seal- .tes
curious explanation that' inherited from President just been driven out of the Re- ed. / !

everyone who sits in the Cabi Kennedy; Dean Acheson, the publican Party and is lookingfor I

net should be ruled out of the foreign policy specialist inher- a new home. The Rusk zealots whose hopes

vice presidency was hardly per-: ited from President Truman, have been dashed by the Presi-I BETTER PASS T VvWAT'STHS GO
suasive. And his effort to cam' and Arthur Dean, the foreign- Rumors that Mrs. Nelson dent's decision have taken it!I l rurs Foz FIAPJA.KS VYCRP T4AT? I.ASYT'HE

ouflage the blow at Rusk, by' policy specialist inherited from Rockefeller wanted to attend the hard. How will Rusk react? At "' 62iAiCFAST ALONG MAPS.s .
naming five other men whom he President Eisenhower.The convention, perhaps with the present it is understood his 1I I ji flt

had also ruled out, is the joke: idea of sparking the Rusk cult 1 only desire is to get away for a i I .
idea of having to rely on into action, made it imperative -
of the cocktail circuit. I I few days and unwind at his == j f
II I another dean to help him winre that the President act swiftly favorite sport bowling. 5 tr

After all, does anyone believe election was more than the ] or lose his control of the con- C Gs
Freeman President could tolerate. He is vention. 1I
thaLOrville was ever
seriously considered a vice determined to prove that he can Hopes to Sell y 0

presidential candidate? Or Rob- win this election without a deanon But Rusk also had severe po- Gd lktr
OneTouch'Phone x
the ticket. litical liabilities once the Republicans
ert Kennedy? Even the casu- 8.f ;-
nominated the Goldwater-
al reader knows that M p.
newspaper Why did the President act so Miller ticket. To state it bluntly Dial I
Freeman has too much charismfor
early? The explanation lies in Rusk was too clearly identi- --
a1 when the Democratsdo
year the movie schedule for the Dem- fied. (C) Ntw Y.rt Thim
not want to distract public ocratic Convention. Having no NEW YORK, The Nippon I THOUGHT WE WERE GONG THERE" SHE WA5NTCA7JW1M6 NOTHEY KEPT&VIWG HER)STAY HERE WriH,

attention from Senator Goldwa- business to transact at Atlantic What the Democrats need In Electric Company has announcIed ,. THE MGHTI TOOK PAJT1 TO FOR WA5 A LATE A 6AMCUWG PINNER.CA5JNOfI X PlPNT KNCWFT CONT NP OF lfCN&WITH THAT OEPTC> M-THESE:?OSVSOUSiy.MAM/SH6T TIMES V6ARY\AM6UUMCC LNT1L AXJDVtdI THEE

ter... City, the Democrats plan a full the second post is a candidateto the development of a "one i Iat.I LEAVING THE DANCE EARLY SUE WE M6iSTEP WENT TO ON KNOW EXAOiy WHAT PATTI LOST BUT HER I BEFORE.6M Wen THERE I.ZM GON6 OVER .'
Everybody knows that Robert schedule of movies extolling offset the Republicans' vice touch dial phone" that it hopes; THE LARK WITH THREE OR R NAS 5E% ,L019NS7 rctLMS! WAS SHE? TOLK-aNT.6Ur: THE CASINO TO, SEE PAm! 1
> aosEP:
Kennedy really wants to go their accomplishments.Johnson ,presidential choice of Rep. William to introduce to American Telephone -'..A Ft POOR OTHER COUPLES. I

and work with children.No. : E. Miller. Much has been Companies and users.
away felt that unless Rusk 'made The which is ..2A ;
The man the President was of the fact that Miller is new unit attached j
ruled out at once, the Catholic to existing allows ,
actually aiming at was Dean were a but his real importance an telephone, ,
films of his foreign policy tri 1 to dial to 30 different
Rusk. ,The reasons for movingso to the Republican ticket users ; 1 l'r t tf ts
early to rule Rusk out of con umphs at the State Departmentwould has been overlooked. numbers simply by pressing a;
set off ,an Irresistible pre-set labeled button. I
tention are many and compli- emotional tide which would This is that nobody has Heart of the system, accord-! m

cated. sweep Rusk into nomination. 'ever heard of him. Thus, it is ing to Nippon Electric, is a 4 f
almost inconceivable that he memory-core unit that forms'
To begin with, one must real- What the President feared hurt the 1
can ticket Rusk, on the base on which the telephonerests.
be that the President, like most was the intense and highly the other hand, has been heard i 1




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/ SEE by 1 I Need For Little Talent The Goldwater StrategyBy I

; ; Theater PlayTryouts WALTER R. MEARS !they map strategy for the coming expected to stick to the post- says Burch. "We were strohg lathe
the SUN WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. race against President New Hampshire pattern and south, weak In the nortn."We

for the Gainesville Barry Goldwater's Republican Johnson. seek to stick to a handful of vital spent 6tt days in SouthernCali-

..Little Theater production of presidential campaign will rely I Three states stand out: New issues. fornia, one half day up north."
"Dirty Work at the CrossRoads heavily on television and hit Hampshire, Oregon and California. "Too many issues and the And Goldwater won on
ALACHUA GENERAL ALACHUA GENERAL Payne, Joy E. Annis, Lyle ," a gay nineties melo- I "
hard at states where the Arizo- campaign can come unglued Southern California votes.
July 31, 1964BIRTHS August 2, 1964 Davenport, Ruby G. Deyampert, drama by Bill Johnson, have
has baseof !
nan already a strong In New Hampshire where he he says. Now his strategists are
ADMITTEDMartha Mrunal J. Chemrurkar. and
been set for tomorrow
support. lost the nation first primary to The pattern Goldwater's men of an effort to secure Goldwater's -
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hall Strickland, James
at 8 at
POLICE, FIRE REPORT Thursday p. m. And throughit Henry Cabot Lodge, Goldwaterwas seek to shape is the one they followed bases of strength In
835 SE 10th Terr., a girl; Mr. W. Parker, Robert Taylor, Pat- Gainesville Little Theater.
Accident Roundup all, the Gold- a candidate who talked con- In California, where the the Western, Rocky Mountainand
and Mrs. Henry Wallbrunn, 1811 ricia R. Dougherty, Elizabeth
Anyone interested in readingfor water forces Analysis: stantly, who for a time held almost -senator eschewed the whistle Midwestern states, and per
NW 12th Rd., a girl Mr. and Gregg, Elijah Townsend, WadeH.
; Involved in the three-act
accidents play
reported a part ;
will be quietly What The
conferences.He .
: daily news stop style of vote-hunting, took haps some Southern states -
Allen Bennett RL 1, Box, Townsend, Jr.; Mrs. Helen the Gainesville Police is welcome.
118S by watching isNews wound up tired and con- his message to the voters in an early in the presidential cam-
a boy; Mr. and Mrs R. Hartman, Joe Anna Morris Esther Lane who last
and Alachua
Department year of civil
sues demands
John D. Walker, 430 NE 10th Todd R. Avery, ShirleyG. 1\leana stantly plagued by Intensive series of television appearances -paign.
St., a girl. Godwin, Artis C. Lewis, all ty Sheriff's Office in the past directed the Little Theater pro- rights in the that he explain to the voters remarks most of them on Goldwater has worked hard ta
of Gainesville Henry Penny, 24 hours were: duction of "Anastasia", will di- North. On that_ he had made on Social tape or film -and made his mute the issue of civil rights

ADMITTED Archer Mrs.: Josephine C. Robert L. Blalock, 1839 NW rect the melodrama.The score they plan Security, on the United Nations personal appearances at a series -tensions during the presidential
Emma Williams ,Mrs. ; 11th Rd., and Barbara J. play calls for nine char- now to be silent.
Wy- Dease, Hawthorne; Mrs. Pear- and on a variety of other sub- of major rallies. race. The senator said last
nona Walker, Celia Cone, John le K. Whelpley,. Charleston, S. S. McAulay, 1004 NW 21st Ter., acters, three men and six worn For, although men areund jects. Together, the California and Wednesday neither he nor Johnson

Keefe, Richard Boudreau, Sil-! C.; Terry V. Borders, Earl- in the 1000 block of NW 13th St. en.The Goldwater have said in the past In the wake of that defeat the Oregon primaries signal the will bring into the campaignthe

]a Eastwood, Lonnie Barnes, ton;' Exa H. Manering, Keystone -at 10:37 p. m. yesterday. Gainesville Little Thea- that the so-called white back- Goldwater forces tightened their' third key factor in current question of the so-called
all of Gainesville; Dan iel! Heights. Herbert E. Garver, Rt.. 4, ter is located at 4039 NW 16th lash in northern states could planning, turned to prepared.campaign planning. Goldwater's white backlash against the civil

Creech, Suwannee; Henry I and Richard J. Santangello, Blvd. mean votes for their man next speeches instead of off the cuff, forces figured in advance the rights movement in the North.

Jones, Lake City; Allene' Gilbert DISCHARGED I 4546 NW 13th St., at 200 SW November, they have hastenedto talks with small groups of voters -Oregon primary was lost, and "I'm convinced he will keep It

LaCrosse; Lyle Davenport, John Keefe, Neil E. Mayhew, 3rd Ave. at 3:17 p. nt. yester. Comedian DiesLAS add that the question will for and sharply cut the candi- they called off the senator's per- out and I convinced him that I'll

Hawthorne.DISCHARGED' Marion T. Pierce, Patricia Ann day.Edward them be a completely quiet one. date's news conference appear sonal campaign there. keep it out," Goldwater said of

Humphries, Mary C. Parrish, S. Campbell Jr., 1610 VEGAS, Nev. AP) Goldwater, genuinely con- ances. Instead, they concentratedtime his 16-minute talk with the President -
Kristl Pettit, Sandra Townsend :Helen M. Kivett, Nancy C. Za- NE 19th Place, and Robert L. cerned around its explosive implications '
: Comedian Jack Kirkwood, who The senator said later he suffered and money on the California on July 24. The senator
Ronal Lowry," Mrs.., Elizabeth -ryckl, Gladys F. Garrett,, Fred Thompson, Chiefland, at SW television with is doing his best to in New Hampshire from primary. And In California,! called the issue an inflammatory -
McCullough, ,and son, P. Godbey,' Judy Mae Howell, Archer Rd. and Center Driveat appeared on it that the'
Jol- keep way. overexposure to the press.In they worked hardest at one.
Bob 11
Mrs. Beach and Abbie Gail Smith Annie F. Hall Benny, Hope,
Virginia ,
son, 1:58 p. m. yesterday.Fire Red Skelton and Meredith The lessons of the long primary the big battle ahead, says southern areas where Goldwa- And Goldwater himself Is
Noel Megahee, Rachel Green H. Zetrouer Keith S. son,
Mary much in the Dean national ter strongest"We known to have that
campaign are Burch Republican appeared expressed
Wilson died Sunday of an
Mrs. Robin Cox:.and daughter, Quincey, Sarah V.. Peninger, Calls apparent "
Goldwater's chairman Goldwater be had left view within the
heart attack at the minds of men as can seven days past year.
Adlena Griffin, Mrs. Mary I Woodrow W. Smith, Lorene C. At 6:40: p.m. yesterday a I age

Brown and daughter, Mrs DorIs ; ,Noegel and daughter'; Belva S. lawnmower at 2101 NE 9th St., of 69.

Barr and son, Celia Cone, .. .. .. I
Clara Leisure, Mrs. Jonnie Carnage AT THE In The
Broskey and son, Mrs. Sandra _

Linebarger and daughter, Eva Brings Ban
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August 1, 1964 CapitolWASHINGTON
BIRTHS .>" 1 I ARDIS M. BLACKBURN"The 'career; "The Little King I -
Northern Rhodesia
\ ri Plant, the Well, the dom" (Call) delightful and
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Widener, i.. ;;,,,;;J'\ ,,' (AP) The Northern Rhodesian Angel", by Vassilis Vassilikos.A well-written account of a young (AP) The

1604 SE 30th PL, City, a boy; : 'I' government has temporarily trilogy translated from the girl's life on a Montana sheep Warren Commission plans to

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bryan T 1 ,' \ outlawed the fanatic Lumpa Greek by Edmund and Mary ranch; "Mountain Doctor" devote much of its forthcoming
318 SE 71st St., City, a boy; sect, whose rampages in the Keely. Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. (Blythe) the story of Dr. report to rebutting speculationthat
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gonzales, .I ,-' 't past 12 days have cost at least This group of tales has a sur- Gaine Cannon an admirer and a domestic or international

Alachua, a boy. < : \ 270 lives.In realist quality, not so much in follower of Albert Schweitzer;; conspiracy caused the assassi-

ADMITTED ....; ,i ( ,'f- J.. a nationwide broadcast the wording, which is clear and "Whistler" (Laver) -reprint of nation of President John F.
Mrs. Mariam Bryan; KeithS. i' Monday night after the Lumpa concise, as in the impression an excellent; 1930 biography of Kennedy, says the Washington
Quincey; Eliza C. Carroll; massacre of 150 persons at Lun- conveyed, which is baffling and the famous American painter; Evening Star.

Hazel Evelyn Jones; all of ,.o? ,. ;....;;.,; dazi, Prime Minister Kenneth macabre. They might all be the "My Aunt Maxine" (Forbes It said
Gainesville; Bernard Debose, '''t '' Kaunda threatened anyone attending musings of a diseased mind Robertson) portrait of 'th Newberry; Effie Mae Ed- l? meetings of the cult and the writer seems to offer most beautiful woman in the is expected to be made

wards, McIntosh; Ruby Jean- '' with seven years in prison. them with a sardonic grin, say world', the fabulous turn- {.the. public the week of Sept. 14, although

nette Rehberg High Springs; I Kaunda said be does not dispute -ing, "What do you make of I century actress Maxine E). it will be presented to
Mick Mercer Starire; Mary ;c.' t the right of the Lumpasto this, my friend?" bit; "Edith Wharton" (Coolidge President Johnson one or two

Lou Gonzales, Alachua; New .' /\itCtt;\. )r '..'. .i their religious beliefs a Each is a story of a young ) -the life, personality and weeks before that.
ton L. Baten, Jacksonville, Ma- hodgepodge of African superstition -man and all are tragic In their work of the distinguished Amer Chief Justice Earl Warren

rie Jones Fred . ........ I heads the seven-member
Newberry; '- .T. paganism and Church of presentation of the modern lean author of 'Ethan Frome';; commission
Gunn, Jacksonville. Scotland theology but he in. Greek view of life. '33817 T. E." (Ocampo) an named by Johnson to

DISCHARGED Needed? sisted on the restoration of or "The Plant" is the story of analysis In depth, from an en- investigate the slaying of the
Mrs. Sharon Snellgrove and Cleanup der. He said he would lift the Lazaros, living with his parents tirely fresh viewpoint, of the President in Dallas last Nov. 22.

daughter, Mrs. Carol Phares, ban in about a month if the car- in a new apartment house in enigmatic personality of Lawrence -
Erma Rivers, Mrs. Margaret An island of sawgrass separates the dual lanes of Southwest 13th Street be- nage ends.Kaunda a slummy district of Salonika. of Arabia. -

Cravey, Debra Lynn Martin, tween the Holiday Inn and the Univer sity Inn, shown peeking from behind the is trying desperately Lazarous sees a girl in the GENERAL"ThirtyEight WASHINGTON AP) In a

Carolyn Tison; Mrs. Helen 'Me- vegetation. to bring peace to the central African -street carrying a potted plant.He Witnesses" (Ro- book published today with Pres-
David; Haskell Hardee; Mrs. I country before it receives never sees her face but he senthalan) account of the in- dent Johnson's endorsement,

Mary Hatch and daughter; Robert People in the News I Germany Tops independence from Britain In 12 becomes obsessed by the credible Inaction of 39 peoplewho ,Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey,
J. Schiffli Judith Marshal weeks. thought of her, discovers where watched a woman being writes that America faces one

], Ellen Osterbind, Mrs. Glor- Nikita's List Some 2,200 native troops under -she lives and, in a sly midnight knifed to death and did nothIng -of its greatest challenges in lifting -
ia Primo and daughter, Miss NEW YORK (AP) Walter "took a clobbering" in the rat- white officers are combingthe foray, steals the plant and carries ; "In the Midst of Plenty" 35 million citizens out of
Nell Dempsey, Mrs. Mar ilyn Cronkite says his contract with ings from the National Broadcasting bush for Lumpa prophetessAlice it home. From this point (Bagdikian) -perceptive and di- poverty.The .

Long, Cecil Freyermuth, Mrs. the Columbia Broadcasting Sys-' Co.'s coverage of the I Of Problems Lenshina, who founded the the plant becomes both for Laz- rect reports of interviews with book, "War on Poverty,?

Hazel Pons, Lucie Jones, Mrs. tern has nine years to go and Republican National Conven sect 11 years ago, claiming she aros and for the writer a sym- I poverty-stricken individuals in is the first written by the Minnesota -
Harriet Furman, Ray French, he has no plans to resign. tion.Asked ( ) had died and returned from bol and the story slips Into an :a rich nation; "Congress: The senator, considered a
Mrs. Martha Lilloth, Elsa Lip- "CBS is telling me, 'You're Monday why NBC got Khrushchev has again put Germany Heaven. allegorical tempo. The plant Sapless Branch" (Clark-frank leading possibility for the Democratic -
pel, Albert Hardee. Albert still No. 1 around here,' Cron- the higher rating, Cronkite said: at the top of his list of unsettled Officials believe the terror at becomes a monster and dominates -appraisal of Congress by the vice presidential nomi-

Long, Mrs. Janet Williams and kite told a news conference "It is a great credit to the cold war issues. Lundazi, a market center 400 not only Lazaros himself -senior Senator from Pennsylvania -nation.

daughter, Mrs. Erma Williams, Monday."I opposition reporters (Chet) Without the "achievement of miles northeast of Lusaka, was! but his whole world and ; "Appointment in the Among other proposals Hum

Charles Rhodes, Mamie Wilson.I wouldn't expect them to Huntley and (David) Brinkley. a German peace settlement," in retaliation for the slaying of! environment. We watch Laza- Sky" (Levine) the history of phrey suggests a domestic

say anything else," he added. Huntley and Brinkley have en- there can be so additional re- 75 Lumpas at the sect's bead-;Tia stop gradually JP! &t Jiabo >'Pjvjfrt DeoM; "Wiy We C3n't :(wtW5t t-\ t'c& 'z 'cc'i.tna

... .a Q\CUf' < t;deat t (({, La'l: : ttwoth t 'mm 1"i \ m \\\\1\1, 'taxation of East-West (ect (Jct!,(! 9nafl&s I) inn' )2i2rsij. fle of Ihe insane until h2f only'I Wait"(Kiagl the Ms&a lead- \1'.s t>l massive tovestinent
LADYBUGLADYBUG repa e Croriote: as anchor that we have not dxectiy eschewed -the Soviet leader said Monday. Lumpas died in a suicidal wish is for bars to protect er's explanation oi his position. needed to rehabilitate he na-
man for its coverage of the and something that we charge 'With spears and muzzle:him from the world. MYSTERIES tion's depressed communities.
Democratic National Conventionwith must be seeking." Khrushchev was interviewed }loaders against government ri- "The Well" is an even simpler "Vendetta for the Saint"

a new television team- by Pravda and Izvestia in con- flemen. narrative. Thanos and his I (Charter)Involving the Saint I _
.tl.U,aA4I fc b".c'.d CLIANOM by KtKV FUNIt KMftVUr Robert Trout and Roger Mudd.At nection with the first anniver- Some 200 men and women family maidservant go with a I in Sicilian Mafia doings; "Osi I WASHINGTON (AP) .
ARTISTS the time. Cronkite said CBS HOLLYWOOD (AP) A report -sary of the signing of the limit- sacked and destroyed 10 villages pail to a nearby well for water. 'ris Died in Autumn" (Lee)- aide Walter Jenkins- PresIdential !

U on actress Joan Crawfordwas ed nuclear test ban treaty. He attacked government of- Thanos, in a mischievous attempt puzzled with a university campus has

ii I .",.........;.. expected*today from three said the pact had brought a fices and overran a police station to terrify the maid, as background; "Against the :been suit that subpoenaed touched off In the the Senate civil

S.,' CJ" l......h4' 't. I espira tory specialists. "store of trust" between the in the Lundazi area Mon- makes of the journey a fear- Public Interest" (Gaines) 'investigation of Bobby Baker.
.. day, a government spokesman and of the weD thriller about the
AiM The'56yearold.film star was cold war adversaries.He some progress English spy White House
: K frld hospitalized Friday for the third called for an international 'said. Most of the victims were a hideous nightmare. The girl theft of secret plans for a new press secretary.
George confirmed
HOE 1.3.5 .,. months. Officials at I African villagers. Two Indian maintains her common sense bomber; "The Strange Blue
79 '. ,.SR1V1av. time in two agreement renouncing force in that Jenkins
t. ." Cedars of Lebanon Hospital territorial [families and an African police- and it is Thanos who suffers Yawl" (Fletcher) -what hap- a long-time
---- disputes."It assistant to Johnson
'S had
'I been
of man also were killed, the from the terror of his own im pens when a couple investigatesafter
214'NW 13th FR 6-6472 said she had! a recurrence is necessary to suppressthe spokesman said. hearing screams froma subpoenaed to appear in the action -
AIM la Oclla i but that her condition agination.In
pgwOIIVI4H pneumonia breeding grounds of tensionin Kaunda told a party rally in "The Angel" a young boat in the dead of night; brought by the Capitol

was good. the Caribbean, in SoutheastAsia Lusaka to leave repression of man, Angelos, lately dead is "Two Sets to Murder" (Peters) Vending Corp. against Baker,
?NIATIS2d CAPACITY in Cyprus and the Arab the Lumpas to his government. in a sort of Purgatory which -proving that tennis, narcoticsand 'who resigned under fire as the
SLd .s Ri. I.20 U 4Oj BM.tj HOME peninsula, said Khrushchev. Vowing to avenge those slaughtered -resembles a badly run military murder can mix. secretary of Senate Democratson
NURSING Kaunda promised to give reservation or concentrat ion FICTION"Necessary Oct. 7.
HELD OVER! 2 TOP Hln"EN NOW OPEN the sect "three times much I The suit charges that Baker
LAST TIME TONIGHT Officials' HeadMundorff as camp. The inmates are learn- Doubt" (Wilson)
MOW 7:00 7:50 LATE SEE AS 10TH f.41 7:30 STARKI NURSING HOME trouble" as it had given. ing to be angels before they are -the puzzling, disturbing new used his influence to deprive

FIRST, AREA RUN- 'INC.Ilirki. "There is something wrong issued their wings and turned novel by the author of 'The Out- Capitol of a contract to operate
David IM S. C.Hty.Rt. M. "MI71 Quits with our nation," he said. "Partof loose to join in the endless war 'sider'; "A Flag Full of Stars" vending machines In the MelparInc.

MarlonX HERCUlfSOF us has stopped thinking we between Heaven and the forcesof (Robertsona novel of the plant at Falls Church, Va,
Niven BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) have got to work hard to clean evil. The story is largely the American scene, set against the after having been paid $5,600 to

Shirley Jones The resignation of Roy Mun up this rubbish." letters he writes In the vain 1948 Presidential elections; "Simon maintain the contracts for Capi!
dorff of Atlanta of
... LkRAUNITh Southeastern Conference as supervisor basket- Alice, an African In her 40s hope that they may reach the Wheeler, detective" (Clem tol.Jenkins
Bedtime Story'2nd IILLhome who was reared in a strict girl whom he loved on earth. ensan unfinished satirical was directed to appear -
ball officials was accepted Church of Scotland mission, is Sadly enough, as he grows closer novel by the great. Mark for questioning Sept. 8.
"with reluctance" Mon-
BIG HIT AT 9:45 great believed to have some 20,000 to the angelic state, pure, Twain, complete with working
SEC Commissioner Ber-
day by
m. JREGORY/ TONY t.'r.!.:.!.;=:-:.::_: WORLD nie Moore. followers. attenuated and proudly winged notes; "Queen's Play" (D u n- Vatican, Red
Interest in earth fades netta fictional
:: his new presen-
iii PECK /COKTIS fff protection at Mundorff had held the post
!:: hid FEATURE to'serve Novelist DiesMILLEDGEVILLE and the girl who has been the tation of Mary, Queen of Scots.
less cost with since 1954. His job was Pact
CAPTAIN NEWMAN.M.D: center of his being fades to SPECIAL Pending

iiit;_ CII.SI_ -- Homeowners Policy. as basketball rules interpreterand Ga. (AP) the merest shadow of a shade. Revised copies of the City _

r ANIE$. *DICKINSON-pc !221!! Contact me today! scout teacher and coordinator, and as trainer of officials !,-- Flannery O'Connor, short-sto- The writing of Mr.all three Vassilikoshas stories of Gainesville Code available Proposed at Housing the-I-BUDAPEST A pending, Hungary agreement(AP between )
ry writer and novelist who suffered Is superb: are
117 N.E. in the conference. and keen main desk. the Vatican and the Com
STARTS FRIDAY from a chronic crippling a brilliant wit a
A Lawrenc M-G-M Welngarten Presents Production r'V 16th Ave. Illness, died Monday at the.age and acid sarcasm. His pictureof munist Hungarian governmenton
I of 39. In 1959, Miss O'Connorwas modem Greek youth Is dev matters does
"The Unsinkable ElectricalAPPLIANCES and RefrigeratorClaims not deal with the perennial
S k PhoneFRanklin one of 11 American writersto astating
Molly Brown"STARRING receive a Ford Foundation The allegory of the book 3 Tots problem of Joseph Cardinal
I grant suggests that the world of the Mlndszenty a church source
DEBBIE REYNOLDS INSTALLED I I IFor present-day Greek is too confused lays. f
HARVE PRESNELLMETROCOLOK HOOD .' 2-0444 All Electrical l NecJs and too dominated by conflicting I NORWALK Calif. (AP) The agreement, the first be-
CommercIalS Three children are dead
Residential young j'tween the Roman
for him to cope Catholic
Ralph Turlingtonp Industrial CALL WE GOT with. He powers must retreat Into a after being found In an unused church and the Communist regime -
in the of I
refrigerator garage a :
I world of fantasy and console will give the Vatican"the

PL6RID LAST TWO DAYS I C. P. Dressier ,himself with dreams. Norwalk home. ;right to nominate bishops, but
Mrs. Carole Caine, mother of
I IItHBftHkelythitymiwifluptrHflctintUfettitiUttat I STATE FARMfcMliHiiHitanittCare IfIf..U. Electrical Contractor SO BIG the government must agree before
1:10, 3:55,6:35,9:15 A. I Phone FR 6-5193 I The following boob will be two of the youngsters, discovered they can function. .

"'Iffa:L.*aja( ;fen "ti 910 N.W. 4th St. available at the Libary tomorrow the tragedy Monday. The informant said the Vatican !-
'CAUSE WE Her son, Steven, 5, and daughter -
: and the
t Hungarians agreedto I
,.wHISH I Denise J died minutes aft-
CHARGE SO LITTLE negotiate separately on Car-
-lHE GlRPUIIIUSDlTtaTUTI "Verdict Schweitzer" (Mc- er being admitted to Stndebak-
dinal Mindszenty, who has been
: ::: r rant m car from / Knight) a critical examination er Hospital. A playmate RogerD. a refugee In the ILS. legation

I PEIE..- THHHUir HSDTR. / dstesutfle XCONOcAJfrom3Lf of the Schweitzer legend; Foltz, 5, was pronounced since the 1956 Hungarianing
"Sargent Shriver" (LIston) dead on arrivaLInvestigators was put down.
portrait of the newly appointed said Mrs. Caine
I R. C. SHOW "QUICK DRAWlS MOMS; MKHCHANDISKwrrHirrriFmTJ coordinator of President bad opened the sliding doors of
w. f..tur. V IUnt li eth.r '
THURS. 10 A.M. CONTEST" CHRYSLER,built ear*. G.*- Johnson's war on poverty the refrigerator In order to air Few business secret.es
0 ml-n,ur nc*-*H I"C"dedl closed the
program; "The Real Rockefel It out, then garage know that their fWUJ13UOItl4'tie
Jj Phone FR 6-3644 ler" (Gervasi) a noted jour 'ioor. She later noticed the garage comes from tne Latin tent

; J GET YOUR BEATLE TICKETS NOW! 2325 N.W. 13th St. nalist's examination of Nelson door had been opened, and "secretarius," which means
Rockefeller's background and found the children. "one who keeps your secrets."
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IF you like to meet people & get -
from $14,400) Payments $100.37per
paid for It. see our company representative mo. after $700 down. $100 I Al vlc $ IA IP Iilo ITI

*-11 Tues. thru Sal. down VA. Concrete patio plenty ACROSS IDILISIE.IQITMIIIOII (SIEI
In office Rm. 205 Baird
t. Hdwe. Bldg. or phone 3744485 Classified OnlyDEADLINES club.shrubbery Phone 3723471.exclusive" swim 1. Went 28.Willow IEkls: $ARjAAlOlfj5I(

for app?. Must be over 21. Part ahead Possessive
time 4 hrs.-day & 5 days-wk. LOVELY3bedroom,2batti In IMIU0lhIl8kI5I
OFF No selling/ no collecting. S1.25 Pine Forest. All formica kitchen .Weir adjective
per hour salary I clbl", ""/ G. E. drop-in counter- Band: Accomplish C(01t41C1E.IR1TRUISI(

top range vinyl wall paper and ,11.Appalling 32.Flowed ISICIAITUEILII $OIH1E.I
I colored fixtures In bath. Beautifully -
12 M.I. Help Wonted Tues. thru Frl. papers-S pjn. Day before publication
'f landscaped lot with manytrees. 13.Unicom lands S.
For ads to go In Sun. paoer-12:00 ajn. Sat. : (
I For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sa*. Priced to selL Call 372-1551 fish West. U.s.
Heavy Equipment = or 374-771 Builder. IdVIADEP MlII1I
14. Class 34. Sailor.
I (Minimum ad 4 lines) TWO bedroom frame neat 8> clean. orson
good condition. city water shady slang 1.08

be qualified and have own FAMILY RATES lot SOx 120', Immediate occupancy JS.Mock 35.11mb Ic.IsIt r c Ml1DItl
tools. Phone FR 6-6219. easy private financing

Insertion ............................................... 34c line $200 down $55 monthly. Located 17. Tear 3 7.Rifle
MARRIED man age 25-50 for Industrial 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line at 131$ SE 2nd Ave. near bus 18. Sly animal 38.Hat girls SOLUTION OF YISTKDAY PUZZLE
Insurance debit, guaranteed I 4 Insertions .............................................. 17c line line. See It and phone FR 4-7170. 19.laborers 39. DOWN
starting salary good oppor. 12 Insertions ............................................... 14C: line PAYMENTS less Than rent. Only Ape 6. Kind of led
unity for right man. Call 372- 20. Point 1.Loiter
7167 for Interview. S Total charge computed by multiplying totalilriesx rate earni $77.0 per mo. buys this 3 BR 41. Craze
i ed x number of Insertions.I 1 bath home, like new. Kitchenhas 21. Soft woolen 43.Pa.lake2.Fftcber
WANTED FOUR roofers at once. Tappan built-in oven range, cloth 7.Mongrel
Also 3 sheet metal men. Cat 372- Five letter words per line with hood. fan, filter, back- port rooms 8.Creature
1311 or 374-554. !! splash. Price reduced from S1 ,200 23. Regarding Masticating 3.Blue jeans 9.Lateral

SALESMAN. To train for managersposition. Same 2 lines to $13,000. $450 down FHA. $100 24.VI 4 6.Faction material
I Company benefits IncludIng 8 rt. as VA. Phone 372-3471 for appt. to iO. Sharp
25. 47. 4.
ordinary type Spring Conger Dowry
retirement pleiu. Transportation see. 12.Tale theevening

GOOD furnished. Apply Manager. 1- 12 Pt.Same es 3 lines BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom 2 bath flower 48. Self 5. Exist meal
" Singer Co. 216 W. Univ. Ave. ordinary typo CBS house completely FURNISHED 16.

SALESMAN. Great opportunity for ref g.. range. Must -rr Tr Triumphs
personable ambitious go getter 4 lines sacrifice this weekend. FHA $450 : : : 10 18.Repair
with prestige firm. High earning iI 1 18 Pt.ordinary type TOTAL cash I pay all the rest. 20. Nigerian
potential. Extra benefits. Send Call 372-572 or 372-484. House ,r-
resume to Box 481 A Gainesville will be shown on Sat. and Sun. negro

b STARTWhen Sun. Same IS 5 tlnet BLACK ACRESPRICED sir ; iT i 21. Shrew
EXPERIENCED man to help man- Ii 221. P t 22. Brownie co
age grocery store. Must be bond- ordinary type TO SELL BY OWNER. 3
able, capable of ordering stocking bedrooms, 2 baths hardwood 24.-E.Ind.
end helping In store. Hub- floors central heat air-cond. weight
bards Circle Grocery. Corner of units, electric range and drapes.
N. W. 14th Ave. &i Millhopper Rd. Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. 29 V U 26. Idolizing
36 3 6 PI Same as 7 lines 4
WANTED TTS Operator, good work- ordinary type 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-4427. 27.Corn spikt

Ing conditions good pay. Contact NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust IT : 29. Of a style
Stafford Caldwell., Gainesville I completed nice wooded lot 5 : of poetry
Sun.ROUTE FR 2-6570. -
miles out Archer Rd.
= The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more thai one 21 z' so r 30.Negative
YourFamily fnt fAWu. W SALESMAN for soft drink 1 incorrect Insertion. nor will It be Habit for any error in exfverg By owner. 3 BR 1 bath CCB _
[ company. salary plus commission tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the mace oecu2 home. Assume mortgage. Low - particle
age 25-40. Must be bondable. Ph. pled by the Item Li the advertisement. No adlustment will equity. S84 Mo.. Dead end St. % 3Z: 33.Slmpleto*
FR 2-8511 Nine to 5 weekdays. @madlone"OrathatdoMtmlterlellyeff@ct..vel.,* .* 140S N. E. 14h Terr Fit 2-38ss. 34.Moslem

INSURANCE Sale amass wanted. the advertisement. By Owner 7 rooms. IVi bath $600 jT
Excellent opportunity for right a for equity. payments S90 per sprite
Knit your own ..fu.tol.. Looks man. Established debit. Salary Ii The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or is- month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. if -z- ---S5Centuries
like mink when knitted of mink- and commission. Excellent oppor. .iI (ectlng any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and to Phone 37'-"". 49 4Z 3 6. Ft
color mohair | chance the classification of that W Laugh:
and brushed or use tunity for advancement. Call any advertisement from or _
pastel color. 372-5173 or write P. O. Box 121, I dered to conform to the policy of the paper.H TWO bedroom home near Univer. ;:r 4 7 U- - 38.Torn left

_Gainesville. ____ _._.____.u__ _.._. ___ Ii'llltllllllllll1IIIII1II.1IBIIII sity S72 per mo. Call FR 6- 40.Wager
Such easy knitting knit and IIIIIIIIIIII IR ..__' 4182 after Sunday.
Vacations Florida stock broke ;z- 41.
purl bands alternated' such Honey
a FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 bedroom
glamorous stotel Pattern 54: dIrectIons erage panding firm retail Is sales.In process Interested of ex In -Sales Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Property 2V4 bath. living room-. 42.Time past
for atolL family room dining room electric
licensed desire registered opportunity representativewho In a grow FOUR men wanted to sell Kir- WINFRED. H. CRAWFORD kitchen lots of storage, central far time 20 mine *f wew"..,,",, 8/4 45.That boy

Thirty-live cofs In coin for this ing area. Write qualifications and by Sanitronlc Systems In Gaines. Reg. Broker. penalizing; in heating and air conditioning.
pattern add 15 cents for each requirements to PWM, P. O. Box ville. Neat In appearance, age LAKE PROPERTIESACRE 4 blocks of new school. If in-
IN pattern for ist-elais mailing and 154 Gainesville Fla. 21-40. Car necessary. Call Mr. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose terested call owner, J. B. Gay,
special handling. Send to Laura Haney. A.M. thru 10 A. M. GR -2911. Sr.. 3714175.
Wheeler Gainesville Sun. Needle- WANTED retail milk route salesman Wednesday. Friday a. Monday.
craft Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old age 25-45 must be bond- Aug. 5. 7 & only. FR 2-0500. A beautiful lot on e beautiful river LEAVING TOWN will sacrifice.in -3 35 Nausea far .S.I. I 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Solo
Br.. 1 bath screened _
Chelsea Station. New York IT. N.Y. able. Apply to Jim Johnson at at Rock Bluff on the Suwannee.
Carlton's Dairy, Phone 372-5404 Phone 374140. Fenced back yard. SilL N. E. '
Print plalnlyPATTERN' NUMBER, for 10th Terr. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath air cond. many FOUR bedroom, 2 bath with fami-
NAMI, ADDRISS ,and ZONI. appt. OVER 30 acres of lake front many extras. Reasonably priced and low ly room. dishwasher garbage disposal PriceSlashed
$IS plus expenses for 45 hour bearing pecan trees. Also S furnished $60 Month. New, CB home low down payment. 3424 N.W 12th etc. 280 N.E. 10th. SL
A NEW FOR mil ICO designs week If qualified. Fuller Brush houses with dock and deep down payment. See at 210 S. E. Ave. Skyline Heights. 372-1517 aft. Phone 372-4455. The owner of this lovely 3 bedroom
more fashions to knit, crochet than Co., 101 $. Michigan, Ocala. Fla. Opportunity well pump. Many extras. On 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- er 5:00 P.M.CLEAN 2 bath masonry home Is READYTO
ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns, embroidery '".4743- Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis 442. WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT I SELL If you want a home
dolls' clothes. Send 25 WANTED: Jewelry Co.Cedar 3 BR home large living room AS A WHISTLE 3 bedroom home for $*500 complete with a central heating system
cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. (1) Radio audio tape recorder Due to the promotion of one of with dining area built-in kitchen .' payments $53.44 per mOo built-in oven and range. family
technician must have had civilian our ten salesmen to management. Key Shoresfine tile bath carport. wooded Beautifully kept must be seen If 'Includes insurance and 'tex s.' Ph. room laundry room. carport
VALUEI U COMPLETE QUILT experience, be able to supply- we have one sales position avail area. Call 376-"". you are looking for a 2 bedroom 374-457 ,or .write 241* N. E. large corner lot located in the
PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt character 8. work reference. Must able. Our pay plan Includes commission homesites from $2250 1 bath home with screened porch 10th Ter.. Bob Shaftin. NW SECTION CALL US
NEW Book. For beginners experts. Send want a permanent lob. regular and other incentives. non-waterfront from $1510 HUGH EDWARDS. INC. on o large comer lot. Immediate NOW THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME i
50 cents now hours, opportunity and good pay. Last year our salesmen's aver Presents occupancy. 11500. See it MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST IS
(2) T.V. & F.M. antenna installer. age Income was In the five fig Marina 1305 N E. 4th Terrace then phone Palm Springs model. One of PRICE CUT FROM Slt.OCO
(3) Antenna Installer trainee. Apply' ure bracket. Our 144 Sales are LocationsINVEST Dick Robinson. Associate. Ralph the best looking homes we've ever to $14,500 ONLY $1,000 DOWN-
to ten percent Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home on built. Four bedrooms, 2 fuU NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL
6 SPECIAL NOTICES In person to: running : facilities needed here PSie Forest. Fessey Realtor, at 374-135 day
COUCH'S ahead of 1963 with corresponding large corner lot In cr night. 11 West University baths beautiful brick facade, BE REFUSEDI
In Incomes.No With built-in counter-top range excellent kitchen arrangement.
Increases salesmen's Avenue.
1 44 PARADE; OF HOMES 408 N. Main St. kitchen
and oven, all formica
OR August -U.. .Benefit A.M. to 12 or 2 to 4 P.M. Motel Locations cabinets large pantry. terrazzo S1400. No money down VA John Merrill
automotive experienceis FHA $800 down. Price In-
Junior Woman's Club Charities. previous FHA only
I Priced at only $14.150.
NVES r accommodations floors.
_See any member for tickets. necessary. WE WILL TRAIN a Call 372-1551. cludes fully sodded front lawn I
you need to keep busy & earn man with the proper qualifications needed and VA financing. PARRISH gas lamp swim club member. I Realtor
Lot CES.
J. CI-IRISTIANSEft money at the same time we who Is willing to sell In a manner 35
need you. Accident l> Health Insurance commensurate with the high FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 ship.VILLAGE GREEN MULTIPLE LISTING
CORPORATION agent with one of Flor standards of our, company. All DAVID ANDREWS- bath cen. air cond. and heat. I PHONE 372-1494
ida's oldest. companies, no experience candidates under consideration Palm View Estates less than 1 PRESENTS By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. I Associates
:>T. AUGUSTINE necessary company will will be required to take a 50 REAL ESTATECEDAR yr. old, FHA approved large 2909 N. E. 15th St. Marcella Pardl
USED give complete training at their minute written examination. This KEY 3841 3831 shaded lot. no. Immediate neighbors 376-7971 W. H. BuckhannanJWK
FLORIDA expense. See company representative examination Is nationally known or owner transferring. 4037 N.- WESTMORLAND for Immediate
In Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe. and has proven to be accurate LAKE LOTS FOR SALE W. Hlh Place. Phone 374-0734. occupancy, this 4 bedroom 2 bath DRIVE BY ;

t VALLEY 95415Five Bldg. Ml. Tues. thru Sat. or In testing sales and management Phone 3769960. 3 LARGE BR Ig. living room-din home modern built In kitchen PROFESSIONAL MAN has lJr.
phone 374-8485 for appt. potential.! ing room I,. kitchen with dln- central air conditioning t central chased larger home offering his
residential custom contracts HOME OF DISTINCTION etc. Paneled throughout. Call 454131 heat. Transportation by acts e 0 I Immaculate 3 BR. IVi bath home

and needed September for the month the $25,000 of August and WANTED retired or semi-retired For .further Allen Bowon Information for appointment.FR telephoneMr. En?. foyer. Lr., with fireplace all or 454-1432 after 4. bus to schools. with Florida room .. 30x40 It.I I 372-8404
CAR part or full time help.' Sales patio back yard enclosed by
above price range Planning, experience For 4-7581. University Chevrolet glass wall leading. to Screened pa LOOK AIR CONDITIONED HOLLY FORREST. this delightful ligustrum hedge, carpet like NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address
counseling complete specifications call 3744341. Willis Co. tio. Dr., 3 Ig. Br.. with 2 fuU 3 BR, 2 baths central heat, out home on a lovely wooded lot. 3 lawn <. landscaping thermostatic on this utterly charmingtwo
and firm contract p r Ie". Klntment baths kitchen w-bullt In equip. of city Units deep wen !tEA bedroom 2 bath separate dining controlled wall furnace built In bedroom house. All rooms
quotsdOcala Including dishwasher. Carport, power located at 3414 NW 34th room. beautiful built-in kitchen. wall airconditioner stove Incl. are spacious fireplace, panel
425515Gainesville Util. room. Central heat and Air St. family room large screened patIo Floored attic with disappearIng ling pleasant porch. Available .
376-S4,55 16-W.rk Wanted Female Cond. Deep lot 100' white sand ; Ideal for entertaining. stairway. Everything In perfect
13 Male Female' FHA commit
1 Paletka 3M-7M1 -Help or beach shade trees. Lake Geneva. $0400 buys a 3 BR. 1 bath. Payments condition to meet the demands of soon.
$27,500. This home surrounded by $45 per mo. On SE 4Jth FLORIDA PARK, thIs neat little the most discriminating. A one ment. Shown by appointment -
t Sitters. Child Car. WANTED first class bookkeeper, MAID desires work. references bath home Ideal only. Exclusive
Baby lovely homes is restricted area. Ter. 3 bedroom ItI owner home on which LOVING
will cook. clean. Iron care
age 44-up. Write experience and for e couple, located In a quiet CARE has been lavishly bestow listing.
Call FR 6-2130.
qualifications to Box 493 A-c/0 for children. LAKE ROSAWe Call 372-1372. area of town. Immediate occu
I keep infants and childrenin ed. Must be seen to be appreciat
home. Gainesville Sun. GIRL wants to take care of children are open to any reasonable offer pancy. ed. BARGAIN PRICED at only J. W Kirkpatrick Agency
my HALFWAY Houseparents mature for working parents. Phone below $18,000 on this large NOTHING DOWN $14,500 for quick sale. Drive by 31 N. Main FR 2-8404
< THEREIS Call FR 2-514 white married couple no chI.. 374,2877. CB home. 3 BR., Lr., with fireplace 3 BR. 2 baths, 2000 sq. ft. I BLACK ACRES. this traditional 1325 N.E. 13th St. then call W.E.Bill" -
dren. benefits home 3 bedroom 2 bath. living- HARRIS 374-0817 or 376-
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE State retirement screened porch facing lake.Sand
ido Ironing In my home. 10 cents DOWNNW. I room. separate dining room & FREE ESTIMATES on
Day, wk. or me. Old Newberry security hospitalization. per piece. Call FR 6-0541. beach deep shady fenced family room with fireplace, lovely
Rd. Planned programs. Pick up Call Director of Training Sun- lot. 3 BR. 1 bath. walking distance modern built-in kitchen. central 2927.REDFRANKS FURNACES end Quality
at LKtlewood and land Training Center. FR 4-5381. to school '
Terwilllger heat.
schools. Call FR 2-4447. ext. 347 or 327. 18 Schools & Instructions Would you believe $145 down Includes Central AirCondirioners

WAITRESSES Steam table cooks. all charges. will buy a 3 $500 DOWN NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision REALESTATE
REGISTERED nurse will case for dishwashers. In Br.. CB home. In Keystone Mel. lot in Northwest lots. 'Ir
Apply person or Real Estate Exam 3 B R, 2 bath, Ig I of acre paved 7 N.E 1st St. Phone 374-081
children In my home, Monday rose Area, .
by phone Holiday Restaurant 414- monthly payments streets. Inside lots S35000. corner -
thru Friday large fenced In back 2121 ro 484-2122. COURSE S4450. Call us for full details. $900 DOWN $4,25000. Select your dream

yard. Phone 374-0412. WANTED TTS Operator, good workIng ATTEND HOWELL'S First BUSINESS lesson free.COLLEGE LAKE GENEVAOver 28R. 1 bath Southwest only S51 home site now before prices Id- FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by !W7f !

CHILD or Infant care. Prlve home. conditions. good pay. Coo- COLLEGE. 21$ W. Univ. Ave per mo. **
LIt tie woo d Area. $35 month. tact Stafford Caldwell Gainesville J=R. 4-3507 3723727. 300' waterfront I acre tract. 3 BR, 2 bath NW. close to school.
Phone FR 4141.TINY. Sun. With CCB home and 4 rental un vance.M.M. Best In equipment using Internally -
HIGH SCHOOLat its Great possibility for expand For top! quality workmanship I Insulated ducts de-
WORTHWHILE TOT PLACEMENT SERVICE home, free booklet. A m e lean ing. A perfect site for motel. DAN BYRD call Sloned engineered and Installed
Office. Professional School P. O. Box 16661, Jackson- S30.000. Reasonable down pay 372.6142
College GraduatesFor MEN 1. women 1$ to 33 to train for Jack DeYet Realtor PARRISH t. AIR CONDITIONING CO.
bs and see for yourself. app?. call 372-4377 WINIFRED H. Associates UPHOLSTERY
74 SF If" St Fit "--7Rt 10-12.00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. CIVIL SERVICE CRAWFORDReg. E. E. Holloway ASSOCIATES INC.H. 1588 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
Examinations. For Informationsend Real Estate; Broker
Monday through Friday Free Estimates-Pick up and I
2)rd Blvd.
Christine Stone
PERSONNEL CENTER name, address & Phone No. 3 Miles N. of Melrose Wayne Hill Helen Graham
StreetS7M51I 24 Heur Service
Hwv 21. 475-211 125 NW 13th Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish
102 NW 2nd Avenue Key Training Service. 112 W.
Adams St., Jacksonville. 1* N.E. First Street Tel.: 372-5375
SALESLADY. 5 day week. Company WHY ARE YOU READING Call night i or day /I
benefits Including retirement plan. THIS ADVERTISEMENT? 'CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING 35 Houses for Sole
Apply Manager, Singer Co.. 216 Could It. be because are not PHONE FR 6-3507 FOR A BETTER HOME
I W. Univ.WANTED satisfied with you present em- HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE BY OWNER, 3 Br. CCfl. 2baih, We'll build on your lot a nlct 3 I
your fenced In back yard. near schools BR home with built-in stove
TTS Operator good working ployment? orBeclu.e SPEEDING-COST ACCOUNTING shopping low equity and assume cen. heat VA bath complete tile
conditions good pay. Contact mtg. FR 6-2293. 2002 N. E. 14th vanity In both baths will
not employedat
READINGIN Stafford Caldwell GaInes- you are Secretarial Courses Classes I Ter.
? meet all VA or FHA standards.Phone .
this time ..
vllle Sun.EXPERIENCED. I now forming. Howelfa Business 374-457 or write 241* N.
I College, 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2 BR home on corner lot low down
office girl-cash- Regardless of the reason for your I 4-3507. payment SAO per mo. Located at E. 10th Ter. Bob Sheffin.
ler. Apply In person to Humpty interest If you can meet the following 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy 4235 NW 10th St.
Dumpty Restaurant. 310 N. W. reasonable qualifications 28 Livestock & Ridgell 372-4125. Desirable 3 B R. 2 bath home
13th It. Must be over 21. we will match our time against Supplies large Fla room patio. Lot
yours In discussing the splendid PAY LIKE RENT 100x176', lots of trees.
Apply In to Thirsty Gator, opportunity we may have for
433 N.W. person 13th St. after 1:00 P.M. you- dairyman to show us a better No money down to a qualified vet- Beautiful lots NW section
.here are the basic qualifications: dairy feed than. CPA Cooperative eran. New 3 bedroom. IVIi bath. I> lVCE'AMTH
SECRETARY with bookkeeping Mills 16 All Draw
pet. Pulleted central heat. $12 monthly Includes Commercial property 1. acreacc.
knowledge. Only experienced per- 1. Are you between the ages of Crunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN taxes and Insurance. Phone 376I -
son should apply. Salary' deter. 20 and 45? per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ale- 7971. Builder. E. C. "Curly"_ Kuehn, Jr.
mined by ability. Send complete 2Are you willing to travel 5 chua. .Phone FR 2-105 or 441- I 438 N. Main St.
resume to Box 4S2A GainesvilleSun. days each week but be home 2105. $75 MO. $450 Down. NE 17th Dr. FR 4-2032 Broker FR 4-4544
THE week ends? 3 Br.. 1 bath screened porch
on A GOOD riding spirited geld- patio, kitchen equipped cent FOR Salt or trad New 4 8R.
WANTED saleslady must have lew- 3. Do you have at least a high ing saddle horse & gear for heat. FR 4-0474. homo located In Westmoreland IS WEEK'SSPOTLIGHT
elry store experience .. references. school education? sale. Priced right. Phone 444- estates. On city sewers pavedSt t
Steady position, good salary.Inquire 4. Do you own a good automobile 3111. I NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath 2 Ig. bath Rms. Ig. family
Lewis Jewelry I Co. ? carport and utility room. ",000.I Rm. living Rm., dining area.
5. Are you bondable? $250 down. $45 month. Phone FR ,IS ON I
Waitress to work night shift 4 days 30 PETS & SUPPLIES I Central heat* built-in kltChMno ,
e week. Good salary. Apply Sandwich Oh yes-Do you want to make 2-3355 days.CONVENIENT eluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards I 1FRED'S
SUN Inn. 110 N.E. 16Th Ave. money and build a career The STANDARD black poodle puppie. NORTHWEST LOCATION walk to schools close to J. LOCKER ROOM
Phone FR 4-024. starting wage Is 810500 per no papers. $35. Road 341 northof I on attractive 100' lot 3 U of f 1. medical center FHA
week plus bonus. hiway 26 app. U miles N.W. BR brick house with oak floors $22,700. Down payment $1.700 ON N.W. 13th ST.
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary Immediate Drive by ; i.1
of Trenton. Drum cypress & mahogany trim, asbestos :M: -
to begin work by August 21.er Lets discuss problem between I I shingle roof. Fla. rm.. store 1027 NW 4Dth Drive." Call Butler ,
earlier. Salary commensuratewith the hours your of 9:00 AM. I AMERICAN Shepherd and English ,, room-shop dbl. carport; price under Brothers 3724545 dally 374-04l HAPPY HOUR is en exclusive feature at the Locker

WANT Fringe experience benefits. Blue and Cross ability.and and 3:00 P.M. Thurs. Aug. ,. _Shepherd ed. wormed puppies and ready.for sale.FR ""'un-I I kitchen$14COO includes air conditioner refrig., new TV nloht. :/ -.1.11 Room when oil cocktails ore two for the price of cue.leglnninf .

Blue Shield. For Interview contact 144. range HUNTING home values? ThlsIs S j 4L: (. et 5 P.M. the "hour" eitend's through
E. A. Clayton or James E. FLORIDA STATE EMPLOYMENT 6 WEEKS old AKC reg. Chihuahua antenna. Call spent at 374-4471 or It. 3 BR 1 bath home features ..a. .. 11
Clayton. Phone 37251. I SERVICE puppies. Males eV females. Reasonably I I owner at 372-2743. large screened porch extra Ige. 7 P.M.

413 S. W. 2nd Ave. priced. W. B. Phlfer, FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. storage room paneled wall In .......:' The STEER ROOM. known for its sedate etmeeehere .
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Gainesville Fla. ,I Nigh Springs. 454-174 4341731.FREE I 1 fuel tank 100 shrubs, brick patio study and living room, all vinyl :::;;-'Iffl; seeci'elises in delicious steeks cooked to -
Earn VD to IJ per hour demonstrating With Mr. V. C. Smith. -- ,[ fenced yard near elementary floors air conditioner. refrigerator .- your perfection
famous Studio Girt Company RepresentatveI cute kittens. Phone FR- I,I! Junior high schools, built-in oven and range disposal from 5:00 to 12:00 A.M.. I
ADS I Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 6-8120. ndpo 3 BR, 1 bath, extra large lot only ti" ::-- o. t. the Lounge to conclude your evening wish fun

Phone 374-4334 after 4.CURB -Sales Help Wanted I 2 Brush Must I I I I $500 down.. If you qualify FHA. $1.03 per mo. after WO down. end denclng., Eech Friday end Saturday night Fred
WAITRESSES young goats. See at 25 N. E. 20th Ave. $100 down VA. Price reduced Ii
night shift, top Apply SALES REPRESENTATIVE sell. Phone 4663237. I I 4 BR 2 BATH home like new. from $15/100 to $15400. Phone features the 'music- of some hnI I
I In person. Jerry's d.Y. WANTED t now for only $*6.21 per mo. 372-3472 for appt. to see. C a

2310 S. W. 13th St. Well rated Miami Mfgr. with excit- 30 PETS & SUPPLIES I Features refrigerator. built-in oven BY OWNER S alt. 2 bath .lr- Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
lug refrigerated furniture. line and range. lerge; living roe m. conditioned Fla. room atone I I
I I seeks aggressive" representation in THREE DOGS I French Poodie, plenty storage. Price reduc e d front. Built-in oven range dish
SecretaryThis the Gainesville area. Should work all black. papers 'and shots; Pekinese from $14.150 to $15,190. $400 down washer disposal. Stone tire
AnnouncimtntiS from his show room and call on I FHA. $100 VA. Exclusive swim place, oak strip floors. traverse I II
papers and shots; sma 11 I DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
position offers the right woman I Institutional retail decorators Toy Dachshund red. has shots. I I club too. Phone 3723471. See rods throughout ceramic tile
a wonderful opportunity with architects professionals cabinetmakers Phone 372-502. I this one before you buy. baths huge utility room. cen- COCKTAILS I
large local company. She must etc. Koolbar Mfg. Co.. T tral heating 100x140' corner lot. GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIANo I
CAVING rent? See this 3 BR
LOST fr FOUND have the ability to meet and deal 3738 NW 50th St., Miami. FII.I shallow well for sprinkling. Payowners STEAK ,ROOM 1 I
bath home for SSI CO
with the public Typing and shorthand Phone 435-2353. 33 LOTS FOR SALE I per STEER ROOMThe
I I I mo, Including Insurance taxes.Large equity assume mortgage waiting between ordering &
LOST bJeck billfold between NW an absolute must. Excellentopportunity I I bultt-ln China or can be refinanced with Featuring U.S. Prime end Choice food lust fast cafeteria service.
living room.
3th Ave. &. Alachua General for advancement to LOT wills 3 trailer spaces and 2 only "00 down. 2037 N E *th St. i steaks prepared to your tasteon finest In dining; enloyment
containing valuable an executive" type position. Salary trailers. awnings. 3 large; I cabinet 13.2 cu. ft. GE refrigerator. Phone 372-3471 T to S er 374- I SPECIALS: lunch Sic & 7c; Cocktails
Hosp. paper I 3LI'I our open hearth. Holiday Inn dancing M our lounge.
with AMBITIOUS patios, tanks lots of Price was $1X700 now Complete dinner every night I
comensurate Apply .
&. Reward. *18 NW ability. 748 after S PJPJWK No No
money. i' 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-8244. cover mInImum'ItED'S
S1 .soo. $500 down FHA. $100 VA. Sunday noon '7c. Serving Gainesville
40th Ave. In person to Fla. State Employment I shade good rental Income. Just
.1 Office, 413 SW 2nd Ave., YOUNG MAN outside city limits. For sale. FR Call 3723472.LITTLEW000. for 12 years. 313 W. Unrv. LOCKER !ROOM
LOST orange & white cat with Mack Gainesville. Fla. 4-8883. Ave. 4542 NW 13th St.
cellar. Generous reward. Returnto WESTWOCD area. BILLIARDS. *
Field Representative. 090 3 2 bath IKvdln-tlt.. Fam.
412 NW 10th Ave Apt B. ACRE lots for sole. BR
I ATTENTIONHOUSEWIVES 23 t* 3.0. High School Phone 376-1236 well Rm..landscaped central heat shady gas yard fireplace.and 3728404TRANQUIL BOWLING UNIVERSITY INN

4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE induct Ie tral. for FORDYCE a ASSOCIATES INC Attractive patio. $400 dn.. SIM setting under massive CUE STICK BILLIARDS

ca,.., in finonce. w REALTORS me. FHA by owner. 531 NW 34th shade trees on over an acre In Charcoal Steak !Room, Smorgas-
KUT 'N KURL tU W. Univ. Fun for not only young men : board. Cocktail Hour f to 7. J
Good Dr. 372-1145 day, 372-4537 night. PALM LANES
INCREASED Pen ..I.... sttcossltatee necMscry. salary f* Klrtwood. Gracious masonry BUT women too. drinks for the price of 1. Dancing .
Saloon young
Beauty Beauty on e BudgetAll piecing I woman Immediately. tort. bonus. Yocotton. in* LOTS FOR SALE THREE bedroom CI home. $300 residence central heat two Bring your dates Restaurant Winter leagues now.forming.shop. tU 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin"
nursey pro
work end retirement en MUhepper Road. FR 2->*74. down take ever FHA. 3012 N. E. baths three bedrooms PLUS P.M. Combo Richard Parker orches-
guaranteed. Real .".". "tty Hr s'uronco Open 10 A.M. tn 12 2404 Waldo !Read
10th Drive. another bedroom and bath
tSOOu tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR e-2442.
PERM. SOS N. Main Street
benefits. Lots N. W. of GainesviileS2700.S3JOOS37SO. .
these whe qualify for tsfTtt rIU. for guests a relative or
SHAM.-SET S1.50 up 4 BR modern home en 1 acre of
14 E. Unrv. Ave. 72-7724 We tram ye. to Skew AveajCesmetks. land. S7JOO. Terms. Phone GR for a study. By appointment -I
Open nights by appt. For Interview write Phone Southern Discount MARY MOELLER, .2277. only. Ex- TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF

LEARN ro DRIVEl Special a* Ave, P. O. lax 44$, Gainesville, Company in St.rke. 964 REALTOR BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 batt!. extra ClVSlve" listing. ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I
elderly. 0101 for appointment. Ig. shadv yard. Westmorland 401
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nervous ... PR CALL 372-3441.
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35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole I 40 Business PropertiesFOR I I 43-1 COLORED RENTALSFURN. 45 Furnished Aprs. I I

3 Bedroom. 1 bath. CCB carport & NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 Br colonial SALE Newberry Trailer Park, room kitchen priv. for EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS.:
utility room. fenced back yard. hardwood floors fireplace. one mile north on 41. $600 down dependable working woman. LIncoln month. Phone 466-3448.:
Patio. Handy to Schools and Uni Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa I $60 month, total $9,900. Ora Estate, 1039 SE 19th St.
THE TIME IS NOW. versity. $750 down payments tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11,. Ball Archer, Fla. Inspect evening 6 to 8. 2 BR turn apartments & two 1 BR COLORED i
S67.73 or S9.000 cash. '30 N.W. 500. FHA. S72 per mo. Including FOR SALE fully equipped restaurant trailers for rent, lights ( water
55th St. FR 69615.JWK taxes and Ins. FR 2-2736. I small Investment buildingfor 44 Cottages for Rent Bill Included.Johnson By week Micanopy.or month.Fla. Sec

FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer rent reasonable. Ph. 528-4281. I
equity In 3. B R. 2 bth. built-in I H. I. Stell, Williston RENT modern furnished collages TWO furnished apartments con- RENTALS
kit., terrazzo floors cen. heat., I on Lake Santa Fe by week or venient to bus and downtown. No
Phone 376-877. 41 Residential Income season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. pets. $55 and $60 Mo. Call 372- .
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr 3160.
372-8404 ONLY $450 DOWN THREE bedroom 2 bath house on BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW
FOR SALE Completely furnish Silver Lake near Keystone. $50
DELIGHTFUL three bedroom home Assume mortgage at $96 per mo. ed 3 unit apt. house located week or by month. 376-2615. 46 Unfurnished Apts.
House to Rent? In the NE, convenient to shopping on 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room. front of lot 95' x 200' at 115 N. E. UNDER CONSTRUCTION
and school. Well landscaped home. Kitchen equipped. shady C St. Price $15,500 net. Can be 45 Furnished Aprs. UNFURNISHED duplex apartment
corner lot with backyard fenced yard. close to schools. 1937 NE financed. FR 6-6456. at 108 N.W. 1st Ave. Water furnished '

for the children. 1355 square 7th Ter. Ph. 376-0643. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- NICELY furnished convenient Book Store.SPACIOUS, $65.per mo. Inquire Mike's !l! -
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS feet of living area with loin ing rental property. 200 ft. downtown area. S75. Adults only : ,
family room. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music 4 rooms unfurnlsed. 1baths
UNIVERSITY and shopping center FordyceRealtor Ave. Will sell together or sepa ,-new paint large yard $85 f

YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit close two bedroom walking distance house. Completely from this 4752.rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- Store.EAST SIDE 3rd per Ave.mo. on 376-9992.annual lease. 923 NE

furnished and two kitchens 2 spacious BR new kitchen large
mean Income when house Is 41 Farms fr Acreage GARDENAPARTMENTS yard. unfurnished. $85 per mo.
rented as two one bedroom on annual lease, 923 NE 3rd Ave.,
apartments., Total price only 10 Acres with 2 BR, I Bath house 376-9992.
JUST RIGHTfor 7 mi. West. $16,500.
$9,900.00.LOVELY $57 month
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU VIEW of woods and a the young executive. This per upGainesville's 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
stream from the glass walled rear 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with a 14 Acres with 2 BR, 1 bath house; Finest }
tremendously large recreation room.A beautiful home sites, on pave STUDENT
of this appealing contemporary Furnished or unfurnished rental 10 room turn.
EVERY DAY until it is rented : home. Cypress construction, very attractive kitchen set off ment. Call us now. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. house for rent newly decorated
step down living room with by Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan MARY MOELLER, REALTOR ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 9 single beds standing now. Lease I
be arranged and also excel- 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 960*. required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave. II
fireplace three bedrooms two I
lent monthly terms. 26500. Call
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: baths breezeway patio Fordyce, 376-1236. 7 Y2 acres$, 10 miles out. ONE 6. TWO bedroom trailers, Call 495-2375, Archer.
equipped kitchen. Beautiful water furnished. No pets. Phone Class 47 bot.

$40 per mo .. $1.33 per day ly private; beautifully convenient -,I OAK STRIP : S. E.$2000 SAPP, cosh REALTORPh. FR 25633. TWO. brick bedroom fireplace.house, stereo cypress In panel 0 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan
: FHA evaluation every -
floors are one of the many features I 472-2000 Newberry Fla. FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE ideal for Large living dining area Double compartment sink II
room bachelor.
$20.000.00.J. i you will find In this attrac- BEST Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day W. I tive 3 bedroom home located in FORDYCE ACREAGEHigh Large well furnished air conditioned 55th$130. Ter.Call FR 6-0913. 1530 N. W. 0 O Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills I
KIRKPA TRICK friendly Florida Park. Paneling. and roiling acreage good N.W. 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location 0 Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and

$55 per mo . $1.83 per day Realtor fireplace able under and F.H.A Florida for room.only $18,500.Avail section time.available for only a limited per mo., couple Ph. 3724957.only no pets $125 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. e> Large closets double sliding door C Insulated shrubbery Attic
31 N. Main
Phone FR 1-8404
Call Fordyce, 376-1236. Small acreage tracts also listed. FORDYCE RENTALSCall O Linen Closets a Close to school and bus stop
$60 mo. . $2.00 per day ASSOCIATES: Over 30 acres S.W. of Gainesville TWO BR. 1 bath Kitchen equipped,
per Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell beautiful high. dry and waitingfor us for the rental you need. TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. SPECIAL: THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS
the Complete Drive
right party. by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph.
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin large living room and delightful home. REALTORS 376-5987. For appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322
kitchen for this 3 bedroom home. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236

$2.33 day BUYERS DELIGHTGO I Shady lot, patio and fireplace. FORDYCE NICE efficiency apartment, furnished. TWO bedroom unfurn. house. Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.:
per mo . per Terms can be arranged and the ASSOCIATES.. INC. No children or pets. Nice plenty yard. Will make a good
WEST on N.W. 39th Ave. to price lust reduced to only 11900. REALTORS single lady or settled couple. 703 nice home. 1301 N.W. 13th St. $90
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day 5059 and find your future home. Call Fordyce 376-1236. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 N. E. 6th St. per mo. Lease for 1 year. FR

Attractive 3 BR. 2 Bath CB home A CIRCULARdrive FARM AND GROVE on 30 beau 1 bedroom $75 per month. Efficiency 6-2641 or FR 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. YOU'LL BE HAPPY AFTER YOU

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day with place.huge Cent Florida heat room one A-C with unit.fire for this 3 bedroom 2 bath tiful acres. 12 miles from UnI- $45 per month. 3505. N. W. 3 BR, 1 bath home SW section. No
17th St. Call Green
versity. Home fully furnished. McKinney
Built-in elec. kitchen. Double car home on a spacious one acre lot. students. For appt. call 3725633.
farm equipment Included. 325 citrus Realtors. FR 2-3617.
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day port. Over 2000 sq. ft. living Paneled LR & DR. sliding glass trees, outbuildings. Buy this, CAN'T FIND A RENTAL?
doors in LR and master
area. Going for $21,950. move In and go to farming.For Buy my low equity. 2 BR, all appliances -
Only 15000. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. Sun Want Ads
GO WEST on N.W. 16th Ave. to included $65
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 3669 and a BRAND NEW 3 BR, information call or write drive by, 3130 NW 10th St.monthly Phone MODERN QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONBy
2 bath CB home. Central air- 376-1963 Your
$95 mo. . $3.16 per day conditioned t heated. Large family FordyceASSOCIATES I Get Results Inspection-
room. Beautiful built-in elec. Angle Real EstateC. Treated furred and plastered walls
kitchen. For those who love luxury NOW RENTING
Broker S Complete ceramic tile I
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day acre yet lot. is budget priced. Half Multiple Listing,Realtor INC. O. U J. Angle Angle, Assoc. NEW I C Twenty year specification built-up roofs

GO NORTH an N.W. 36th Drive to Grace Fordyce Broker 4404 N. W. 13th St. 376-OT27 HOME Furnished one bedroom air conditioned White Terrazzo Floors
527 and you'll find the buy of the I
Associates: apartments. Ready for Spacious bedrooms and closets
43 Colored
week. 3 BR, 1 bath scr e e n ed Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden Property 15th
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR porch, carport & utility. Extra O. C. Gay Dick Banks occupancy September 1st.August and Contemporary Design

clean. Stove, ret & dishwasher.All Frances Hough Sarah Goulden HOMES FOR SALE BUYERS 1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372-f5 All masonry construction, no upkeep
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. &
for only $12,000 with terms
to suit. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. Coy Thomas S Large shady lots
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS GO LOOK at these for only a FEW 37 Real Estate ExchangedWill ment. Some small down pay. GUIDEby Wide paved streets with curb and gutter
hundred down. 2131 NW 55th ment. Monthly payment $S7 to
trade lot off Santa Fe with $65. Also homes built on your
3906 NW NEUth
Terr. 21st Terr. 316
lake privileges for late EYES 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths
St. 2402 NE 11th St. 720 good mod. lot for no down payment.Call RIGHT! -
NW 22nd Ave. el used compact. Call 3763211.Ext. TOMMY RIDGELL The James Co. MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN.
5363. 8 to 5 weekdays. Builder Phone FR -41'15 See real dream living In Shadow

EXCHANGE equity in 3 BR., 2 The James Co. of Gainesville Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD
UNIVERSITYREALTY 43-1 COLORED RENTALS Inc., Builders of Kings- D. Oliver. Bldr.Ph. ,
Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sol bath home in Cocoa for home of
35 I I equal value In Gainesville Area.' berry Homes for this area will FR 1-9M
Phone 376-6421. NOVrRENtING- be happy to answer any ques- West on NW 39th Ave. past WALTER STUBBS INC.
AVAILABLE Sept.. 1 bath. 3 bedroom IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale the ,
tions Glen
CCB home fireplace by owner. immaculate 3 BR.. 2 COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex you might have concern- Springs intersec
tion. DIAL 3765394"WE
38 Real Estate Wanted ing home ownership. You mightbe See sign en left.Sun
beautiful yard. Near Llttlewood bath. CCB. walk to new School. apartments. large living and
N. Main
1115 St. Ph. 372-4351
and Westwood. FR 4-4220 621 NW deadend. Terms to responsible dining area modern kitchen with one of those people that TRADE HOUSES FAST"
36th St. party. Price $14,000 376-8741 or Asso M.T V"troe,. Realtor MASONRY house not over 10.000 fan large storage closets terraz. now owns a home but found .
NEAR WEST- 372-4874. I Frank: F/ McLaughlin Roy McCann Close In or near bus line. No zo floors tile baths, space heater that It Is now Inadequate. if Want Ads ----- ------- ---
BY agents. Call 376-4064 after 7 and hot water heater faclll this Is the case. a call to The
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath. LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 _T. C. Douglas. Jr.
Ig. LR, family room. built In BR, 2 bath cent. heat built In P.M. ties for washing machines. and James Co. could very well Sun Want Ads Get Results
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Get Results
solve this
kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING -i kitchen home. You can I v e GLADYSSMITH your
& HEAT. $1000 and $1500. Call FR 2-3824 or GR 39 Out of Town PropertyON I Ter. or call for. appointment 372- we mean trading in your present
5321 3725322.ADVERTISE
assume mtg. Call 376-2927. 55922. Melrose. I home.
Hwy. 301. 36 acres restaurant
McKINNEY A GOOD BUYYOU'RE 7 room turn house 1055' frontage IN THB There are I number of questions .
very reasonable. For Information I SERVICE DIRECTORYBlllflll69F"s''WW'ee"lll"l9lllll5llllt8llllltlB that we can answer con- BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
GREEN CHECK THESE call Waldo 468-1673. cerning trading. We feel that
I ltllttmIIIIIIIIIIIIIItUJrI'"ltllltlflUlllllmllnn"mWIIIII! ,.. !! by talking with us you can
you don't call for an appointment --'-- -- -----= .
DEATONREALTORS 10 see this nearly new large 3 1562 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms, 3 baths, pick a suitable floor plan and SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS
$25.000. Good financing. exterior design that will suit
BR 2 Bath home with entrance
foyer large LR. separate DR. your needs from our many
Fla. room with panelled wall & 4040 Newberry Road 3 brms, 2 i COMPARE I Is plans that we keep on hand.A NO MONEY DOWNV
LUXURIOUS old brick fireplace. Big family baths, low price of $22.500. call to the James Co. will -*
Truly a home of elegance. Unmls- kitchen with built-in oven range get all the facts about any
dishwasher. CENTRAL HEAT & 2125 N.W. 3rd Place, 2 story 4 = type financing. questions
takeably this new home has the any A Village vj Qreen
exouis'te' features that a discriminating AIR CONDITIONING. PRICED brms excellent location. $34,500. n THESE HOME VALUES you might have without any I
person would desire. Its' FOR QUICK SALE can be bought obligations on your part. j
location in the exclusive Northwest with reasonable down pay m ent 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue. Idyl wild.I I REFOREYOUBUYThe II !
Is much desired 3 large and assume existing financing.Call 3 brms 2 baths new FHA $26,. We have lots available In LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
bedrooms 2'\* fully tiled baths MYRTLE LASSITER. 376- 000. I most any section of town for 376'7971 '

All fuliy living.carpeted dining with and acrilan bedrooms- 0817 or 372-7943. 7 S.W. 26th Street. Corner lot, 3 tullmflmMalwllnnmllm! i you to choose from. _

large paneled Fla. room with open REDFRANKS brms. 2 baths 17900. I SAVE! Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
beamed ceiling with fireplace so
Central heat 1246 S.W. tth Rd. 4 brms. 2 baths The following are ready for Paramore have over 30 years Priced from $13,900-$17,250
exquisite drapes -
and air conditioning A kitchen REALESTATE I P K. Yonge area $21,000. occupancy. combined experience In the _
I woman would love many other 7 N,E. 1st St. Ph. 376-0117 I I construction of homes. By careful
attractive features You will West Hills 2 story 7 brms 6 baths IIIIWIIIIluUIUIIIIIIIIIIII11IIIIIIt! IIIII supervision by Jim and Sodded Lawns
be surprised and excited. as we large lot. 65000. 3330 N.W,2StlsAve.so Gene. it will enable you as the
this fine M following Is now under homeowner to get more home Swim Club
were when you see .
4 BR, 2V4 baths, $2990 dn., ii
10 S.W. 23rd Drive. Corner lot 3 construction and will be ready
quality home. We would be pleased for your money and certainly
to show you this home by appointment REDUCED brms 2 baths air conditioning. for occupancy semI $169 per mOo I makes The James construetidn -, I Air Cond. Optional I I LI
Call FR 2-3617. $35,000. to be beyond compare.
4012 S. W. 19 St. 3 BR 2 Bath I 3741 NW 21st PL. Colonials [ PW.I3CTe'f .
Fla. 118 N.W. 36th Avenue. An estate of 3320 NW 30th Ave. I
rm. beautiful Ig. lot. dbl. the
FAMILY 3 BR. 2 bath. $750 dn. $109 By building primarily
carport cent. ht. Immediate occupancy a home and guest house. 32000. i per month.1IIIIIIJIIUlUIJII 3 BR, 1 bath. $500 dn. $77. Kingsberry home we feel we I Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
Three bedrooms Sleeping porch call us. per mo. and -
Separate dining room living 534 N.E. 8th Avenue. 3 brms, 2 have a great advantage
room kitchen equipped with LITTLEWOODand baths lovely' Interior, good financing JUllllUUUUUlUllllJUilUllUIUIIIIIII great opportunity for you as
electric range electric refrigerator Westwood area 3 br, 2 bath $15,000. 303 SE 38th St. the purchaser to pick design
and floor plans that are created -
two baths outside servants tent. ht. beautiful surroundings. like 3 B Il. 1 bath $400 dn. $44 so
toilet Home completely new, drive past, 933 N. W. 36th 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms. 1 I Norwood per mo.ranntmmininiiniiffliiaiffltiiiiJiininBfiiiiffla. by some of .the country'sleading '
furnished single car garagelot Dr. bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120 architects.If
100 x 100 Paved street !
city sewerage, water and lights- Near BACK TO SCHOOL 14 S.W. 32nd Street. 3 brms. 2 you desire complHe Information !
School 3 BR. 1 bath. C B.
Immediate occupancy Close to Close baths excellent location, 31500. Hope call The James Co. and
In. estb. lawn quiet St. $15.- I
Church. School and Shopping we will be happy to come to I WHY SETTLE
too. good terms. Call
Call FR 23617. us. Lake Winot. 3 brm. 2 bath home on I ALL OUR HOMES ARE & your home and spend any
MELROSE lake front. $2X500. "H" Inc.I OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY J: amount of time necessary to
Owner will trade for Gainesville Lake Lak-a-wana. 2 brm. 1 bath.
3 BR 1 bath home for only property, this Ig. and charming Sand bottom lake. $14,000. i I We Trade Homes home ownership.We
$400 down payment and $81.00 a house beautiful surroundings 'and I
month which Includes taxes and landscaped i BR. 1 bath partly 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR can secure FHA, VA and
Interest. Call FR 2.3617.ASSOCIATES fu rn. GLADYS SMITH, or Property 6-5301 or FR 47909umsInnllnmaHnsunsnIntawwmllil00 several different types of conventional
financing.If FOR LESS?
N. W. Triplex rented with you own e lot within 50
J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth stb. 1228 W. University Phone 372-5393
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire income. 3 apts., beautiful corner Associates: Anna Hinson and most or 60 miles of Gainesville call I *

Multiple..!. Listing_ _,. lot. good terms. Immediate posses' Carolyn Noyes c Fewest us for Information about build.
I lion Virginia Powers EiS tment building .. ing for you3Bedroom 1

..FREDARNOLD INVESTMENT ': 1 bath with i New Kirkpatrick & Piersor-
4 acres plus on Archer Rd Zoning hardwood floors located on ,
Industrial suitable fcr rental units. PRICE REDUCED well shaded lot. Small down- !
TOWERS payment. FHA.Construction .
MARY ,MOELLER Modem home on 1 acre. 4 I
Bedrooms bath, tub and to start soon on Homes in Highland Court Manor
REALTOR shower. Carport and utility NOW LEASING 5 V.A. 3.4- Bedroom homesIn
room.. USOO. $500 down. Monthly N.E. Gainesville. Call now
REALTORYOUNG 1019 W. University FR ,<<
n payments $45 month. Phone and make all color selections.
ASSOCIATESE. GR 5-J277. AU these will be brick veneer.
, W. Moeller Foster Kesler Start at only 79.34!

FOLKSNo Dick burble We have 4 lots on 39th Ave. j
dosing costs.* Lovely 3 bed. 100x276'. Pick a lot and house
2 bath noire. Hardwood plan to suit you. !
floors room. dishwasher' private fenced PALM VIEW That's right- you can buy a new three-bedroom
In rear yard. Immediate' occupancy ESTATESAN Now under construction 3- I home in Highland Court Manor for as little as
$450 down FHA. $36.57 Bedroom, 2 baths with 1435 ,
per month total payment. See It EXCELLENT Sq. Ft. floor area double car $79.34 per month including insurance and taxes

today port on shaded 100x276' lot. Will : and built-in Tappan oven and range with hood
NORTHWEST LOCATION trade on this one.
4 BEDROOM fan and filter.

Close to both elementary and |unkw -

Chain high link-fence.$1.100 built-in no qualifying.kitchen 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL I And you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality

paved street and sidewalk cheaper CITY SERVICES construction too including such items as Owens-

than rent. Move NlW.TRILEVEL WALK TO SCHOOLS I Corning fiberglass insulation, Wolmanized; pres-

I sure-treated lumber custom built-in cabinets .

& 1200 for sq.quiet ft. rest.4 bedroom Living sleep level level for S From $16,000 up LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: and Wall-Tex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath.

r. gracious children living -from play adults.level Central separates $600.00 down S Swimming Pool Recreation Room Why ,not see for yourself? Our airconditionedmodel

. heat and air conditioning for Furuished Models by Home Beautiful Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat For More InformationCall home
, year round comfort. Call 2-3522 FHA Conventional Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

' for appointment. NW. location Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute Sunday from 1:30.

Paved Parking Areas Ughted SidewalksPHONE
Investor' Attention Close to Unt- FERNWOOD MODELS S 3 Ile..tors TheJames MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS : Drive North on Main, turn

never versity vacant.Hospital.$15.000 SIlO with Income terms., From $12,250 376-4456 Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd., and continue to NE, 12th St. Turn

MOdem constrvctlon.ARNOLD. $400 down $100VADay

APPOINTMENT Of Gainesville Inc. LEFT and follow signs to model located on, NE 31st Ave.
2-9545 Night 6-9048 FOR PRIVATE Builders of Kingsberry
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Multiple Listing Member Turn left on 39th Terrace ,2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 372-2527 .
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I Ir 64 Household Goods 66 Mise For Sale. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sal. 85 Automobiles for -Sal. 85 Automobiles for Sato I

Ir FOR SALE Coldspot refrigerator- NEWI Sofa bed and chair 15995. FOR RENT or sale 1962 New 1963 Comet 2-door. blue 8 cylinder. BY owner. clean '57 Cadillac. 1961 Volkswagen. sunroof radio I EVERYONE
r CLASSIFICATION INDEX E freezer combination. 2 door. good Platform rocker SU.9J. Used TV Moon trailer 10 x 55 will take standard shift. Radio. heater $1- Fleetwood air conditioned heater I back speaker luggage rack
condition. $75.Phone 372-72M. white wall tires side mirror. $350
SIS up. Used refrigerator S35. smaller trailer for equity and 495. FR 2-2223. all power. Call after 4 M
FOR SALE i hot water tanks 30 Hollywood teds S2995. Williams take up payments. Phone FR 1964 FAIRLANE 4 Cyl. excellent P.M. 376-3971. and take payments of $40 month.
MERCHANDISE gal. with gas heater attached also Service Center. Hawthorne Rd. See at 3020 NE 14th Dr. or call KNOWS
ANNOUNCEMENTSI 1313. condition $ISO down and take up CADILLAC 1955 red convertible.
tank. Conpiete 376-9723.
150 gal. butane gas 372-3937.
low Phone 376-7222.
U Memertan payments. fully powered with new top. $300.
shallow -
I Ctrl el Thanks II Wanted te BIT well with gauges Inquire crane Lewis TWIN Innerspring mattress match- 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1954 PLYMOUTH Plaza 4 door. See at Tenneco Stat. corner of 64 CHEVROLET, $2650
F.... K Mif hlnry A Taels pumps. box spring. headboard. S39.95. S. Main & 4th Ave.
S Lest Jewelry Co.COLDSPOT ing good tires, radio. $120 Phone I cyl.. auto trans., r & h. power
4 Persanallsed Services 63 BuildIng Materials slightly used. Repossessed solid 1952 Studeoaker P. U. truck. Runs FR -7608. RAMBLER Station Wagon. 1962 steering tinted windshield. Grad.
I Travel lnf.rm&tIoi SI HeiseboU Goods refrigerator automatic mahogany Early American living good $100 cash. Call 376-3357. Classic Six. 7 passenger, 5 student being transferred over
C Special NetlceaI es Antilles defrost. $75; 3 piece brown room furniture. SOME bank and Finance Company doors. R& H and air. Tan. Price seas. 372-8056 after 5:30 or all Barkley
FUriiti M Mlie. Far Sale foam rubber sofa. S85. Call FR 602 S. Main FR 2-4379 ASSUME payments on 1963 Chevrolet repossessions. Financing Willlston day weekends.
CkHJ Care .T TradIng Pasta 6-1 826. Vt ton pick up radio heater available. Some already financed.All $1750. Private owner I
S Baay Sitter U Articles Wanted TWO reversible window fans and real clean with low mileage cars stored at 4431 N. W. 523-6101. 1960 STUDEBAKER LARK. 4 dr.
a PUccS 1'1 G. And It FB. OU We.df T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Olympic 23" T.V.; FM-AM radio; Call Mr. Shiver, 376-5351.
Things Te SeeAUTOMOTIVE oe Beats Marina and Guaranteed stereo needs replacement of minor August 10th. stick good tires excellent run- neat and clean; an Ideal secondcar.
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71 Camp Bant. risk 42 Refrigerators from $39 up component. Phone FR 2-734a. 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR '56 Pontiac. $75 I ning condo Private owner. 530 $475 cash. Ph. 376-5707.

n Office Eqclpmer 9 Ranges from $39 up CLOSE OUT SALEON '57 Ford $295 NW 57th St. Ph. 376-0229. 1959 Chevy Impala convertible. V-8 Motors
'71 Airplane Sales-Rental 7S MaiUtl Merchandise 17 Washers from lIt up SALE model 50 Honda motor- '55 Chevrolet. $150 auto. shift power steering brakes.
17 MabUa Homes for Sale 8 Dryers from $49 up WALLPAPER. 98 cents a Roll bike. 150-200 miles per gal. '58 Ford J150 1960 SUNBEAM Alpine white wal new engine. $1095. 4(5-2365
':& Tracks far Sails 2 Food-Freezers from $W up HARPER PAINT CO. 1963. Excellent condition. $145. "58 Buick $495 tires wire wheels excellent condi Brooker.
7 Tracks Wanted 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 Ph Rackley 3778325 -56 Dodge $150 tion. Phone 376-7824.
84 Traders at; Track Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE j 10 TV Sets from $35 up '55 Chevrolet wagon. $175 MUST SELL 1961 4 door Corvairby 57 Buick. 4 dr. hardtop. auto. 2201 N. Main St.
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Bookcase S7.50. Door top desk $10. TRUCKS
ml Trailer Rentals 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS August 12th. Good condition trans, power steering & brakes
IS )H..ntlu A Se..UraSI S3 Lets far Sale '19 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 GE refrigerator $75. Wool twist 1953 Ford pickuP. $175 $678 cash ($75 below wholesale) radio. heater. $250. Call 376-3825
SI 'at>rffn Prcprrty weave rug and pad $30. 9 x 12. 1957 Ford Pickup $495
Aatemeblle Bepalrats 10 ft. $35 36 in. or can finance. Phone 3729677. Sells The
cu. Frigidaire. ; gas AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up '
A.Umeblles for Sale 3S Heaits Far Sale Antique Mahogany Wardrobe. 1958 Chevrolet dump i yard 61 CORVAIR Club Coupe new
stove. 51$ Both operating. 1731N.
U $30. 1105 N.E. St. Special. $2.50 for performancetest. $695 1961 WSW tires. perfect condition. $995.
CaraEDUCATIONAL Cottages Fer Sale FR 9th capacity GOING Overseas one owner.
84 6-5943. .
Swap W. 12th Rd. phone and models.of
37 Real Estate Exchanged 1960 Willys Jeep pickup 4-wheel Rambler American station wagon. Call 372-5273 or 376-5381, ext. 452.
3S Real Estate Wanted $9 BABY bed & mattress bedroom 70 Boats-Marin. Equip. Chrysler built cars. Hawes- drive. $1095 R & H. auto trans., ww tires.
St Oat .| Teen Prepert/ suite roll-away bed. 7 pc. din- Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning Finance man In the building. See $650 cash. FR 2-3297.. 87 Automobiles Wanter
IS Seheela UatracUM 40 Baslncis Properties ette 'set couch & other Items Servicing Center. 204 N. or call Mr. Thomas Dealer, :372- BESTUSED
1* M..... Danctaf.SO 41 Residential lucerne desk 0. chair. 372-5591 Main St., Phone FR i-2541. OOOS. FOR SALE 1957 Belair Chevrolet.
12' boats.K9.50
Wanted InstroeUea Plywood fishing $895; also 1950 Chevrolet pickup CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords
4! Farm *; Acreage $9 SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive ADVERTISE IN THE $175. Call FR 2-9738. 1935 N. W. & Chevrolet A! Herodon Service
66 Misc. For Salt
43-1 Colored Property Sales $9 repairs and tune-up. SERVICE DIRECTORY 35th Ave. Station. 916 SE 4th St.
EMPLOYMENT THE TACKLE BOX Miller & Sons, 732 NW 1st St.
II Werk Wanted Male RENTALS WE have several good name brand hone 377-7915
14 W.rk Wanted Female $9 used TVs. $12 to $30 each. Will The Heart Of East Gainesville" ._

14 Sales Help Wanted 43 Colored Property Rentals sell all or singly. 805 NE llth Check with CharlieFR 85 Automobiles for Sale I
15 Help-Hal* *>r Female 4t Cottages *.r Rest 08 Ave. FR 2-5047.
IS Male Help Wanted 4S FaroUkrd ApU. $9 8mm Camera with all attachments. 1957 Chevrolet 210 4 dr.. A. T..
Dramatic 4< Unfvrnished Apt. $9 This camera Is brand new. origInal heater. white walls. excellent con- I IIN
11 Female Help Wanted 47 H..... far Rent Fire.IS $9 cost $258 sell for 125. FR 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with dition. Call 376-4022. CARSTown
.. Routes for Beat Cn/urn $9 22656. trailer. $450. Phone FR 20235,
3911 N. W. 7th St.
FARMS ( LIVESTOCK 4S Reenth far RealM $9
NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers
Ie St Ferm Eanlpment Held Reams $9 edgers. tampers light 15" Industro boat with lots of extras RAULERSONMOTORS
" 21 Feed FertllUerIt St Mlse. Rentals plants. cable. Wisconsin. Briggs elec. start 30 h.p. Johnson.
Lit(itack Jk SapplltsIt alA Wanted Ta Real & Stratton new and used mo Champ tilt trailer & elec. troll- Mercedes-
Landscapist Tea SaO U Bearders Wanted tors. Rental sales and service. Ing motor Included. $550. Phone
50 Fda 4k BappUeaU M Office Desk Space Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE 468-1809. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD

r Undock WantedFINANCIAL St easiness BenUIa 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. 14-ft. Clmmel runabout and trailer Benz _

Nearly new aqua blue deluxe 35 hp elec. start Evlnrude. Top 3725285Home
SERVICE and all accessories. $400. FR *-
electric Kelvlnator 30"oven.
M Business OppertnnlU 23 Special Service range 843. of A-l Used Cara DISC
All controls. $125. Room _
51 Men te Lea 23 Borne Improvement CARS TRUCKS JEEPS
** size gas heater $10. FR 6-0417 be- FOR SALE 15'9" Crosby boat with
I U ".rtcac.. SI ladle A TV Service tween 4 and 6 p.m. A. A. Bon- 1963 75 hp Evlnrude. For Information BRAKES
tS Maner Waited 23 Appliance Farnltar* ner. call 372-0885. _
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mmnffinL'HMffiildffii TRADE your costly to operate
ELECTRIC water heater. and 73 Musical MerchandiseUsed GAINESVILLEAUTO give you AND I

for Rent Unfurn. $48 for a new glasslined GAS
48 51-A Wonted To Rent
water heater. Much more hot drum setfor sale like SALES SurefootedStops I
water at about half the cost with i
new. $225. Phone 4952288.REPOSSESSED
here 2 years. 3 BR. 1 bath home house or duplex apartment with ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. ORGAN Phone FR 2-6313
near schools. SlIP per mo. Call shady yard as of Sept 1st. Call Baldwin Spinet with tone
372-1706. after 5 P.M. 376-1311. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Northcentrol Florida's
cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond -
FOUR bedroom. 2 bath $95 per FOUR bedroom home under JW Chairs low low as S8. No money 2-61 note manuals. 25 note Largest
month. See It 105 S. E. 48th In Gainesville by Sperry employee down Free as $5 per month. pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A Independent Dealer 12
estimates. pickup and delivery -
Street. with 6 school-age children. real bargain. Grldley Music I I
service. All work
Phone GR 5-5043. guaran- Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.FR .
2 BR. furn. for two $70.00. teed. Phone 376-7786. 25353.
2 BR. 1 bath Kit. Equip. N. W.
1711.00. 53 Office.Desk Space TAPPAN Clock controlled 20-inch TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
oven rotisserie burner with a Buy now for this fall. Many to REASONS
brain. Regular $399. This week choose from. Instant credit. MELTONMOTORS
MARY MOELLER, PROFESSIONALBUILDING only Free 30-gallon glass lined Gainesville Music Center
waler heater included. See: Fuil- !
3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave.
REALTOR _gas. 376-5392. 12 S.W. 1st Ave SEE THE CAR WITH DIESEL ENGINE! Why
WILL transfer to responsible party
FR 6-4471 Office space available reasoniblo- MAHOGANY knee ,
UNIVERSITY hole desk
1019 W. reUpholstered -
dcwntown 202 W. University Ave. sofa beds chests choice of four spinet or console On Display Now-Immediate DeliveryOne
Pick of Wur- N. Main St. You Should
NORTHEAST 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Ca I FR 6-1256 or see Room IC2 blond bedroom suite dough box pianos. up payments 703
litzer Spinet Piano, trade back.
screened porch. patio. oar age. Professional Building. 6-7571
sewing cabinet. oak glass door FR
Available August IS on year save $220. Wurhtzer Organ with Important reason why Mercedes-Benz Is theworlds
bookcase baby bed. other house-
lease. $133 month. FR 6-1895. OFFICE space for rent Including sound & motion, pick up payments Buy A
central heating. air condition- hold Items. Nearly-Nu Furniture we have a piano to fit safest automobile. Is the superior stopping -
1130 SE 22nd Shop. 316 N. W. 8th Ave. 376-4892-
I ROOM CCB house Ing. utilities and private parking -
Ave.l $60 per mo. 4 Room frame lot. 111 SW Third St. LOFTY pile free from soil Is the 702 any W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. FOR THE CORRECT power of disc brakes. They are unaffectedby Used Car

house. 1120 SE list Ayes $42.50 carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. TIME dirt and water..they dissipate heat quickly
will sell excel-
MUSIC professor
per me. FR 24136. 54 Business Rentals Rent electric shampooer $1. Mc- I
Daniel! F urnlture lent practice piano an Estey upright ...they deliver quick, non-swerve stops. You can
I TWO B R. 1 bath stone and con- Company. for $185. Phone 374-4823. 1. "You get more for 1
Crete house. Freshly painted FOR LEASE Gainesville Shopping Center. FR 2-1411 be sure that when the situation says stop. .. your money in i good
walls. Inlaid oak floors Ig. shady Modern air cond. suite of offices. T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7 UPRIGHT practice piano. good I
yard. No children or pets. Downtown location. near court double stack $13.00 complete kit. condition. owner leaving town. Courtesy Of Mercedes-Benz doeslIn used car bought from

821 S. E. itt St. Call FR 6-3035.1 house and federal building. Ph. Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. only $80. 376-9687. University ChevroletN. Barkley Motors". f
372.7943 or 6-0817. KIMBALL Spinet piano, blond finish Europe's famed road races and In thousandsof i
SMALL house with double garage Now Specializing In Ladies' Better
yard fenced couple or with small STORE building. 20 X 30 ft. available Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I 1 2045, N.E.practically 9th StAutomotive.new. See It at Main St. at 16th Ave. gruelling hours on Its own testing tracks, 2. "You buy UN-USED f

child. 525 S. E. 4th Ave. PhoneF at 620: S. Main. 150 per through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional Mercedes-Benz for the past 12 has led in transportation in a t:
R a-4379 or 28620. mo. Call John Merrill. Realtor. Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER years used from

I TWO bedroom. CB. kitchen equipped FR 2-1494. nue.DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave Value Rated the use of disc brakes on passenger cars. Motors car just as Borkley surelyas I

ventlan blinds. space heater SMALL warehouse with platform tor --
large lot. N. W. location. Convenient trucks loading & unloading. In SELECT- -MATIC SINGER Used Cars Enjoy a personal demonstralion of all the superior you buy it in a new
to schools. $75 a month. city limits. 1132 S. Main St. Like new Swing Needle Zig Zag Mercedes-Benz features. cor."
Phone FR 6-3572 after 5:30 P.M. Phone 372-8433 or 374417XFOR repossessed Singer. does fancy 77 Mobile Homes for Sale I
stitches sews on buttons makes B&G MOTOR CO. for test drive.
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home. RENT approx. 2 acres behind today B 3. "But YOU pay less for
Gainesville buttonholes. darns. mends. sews For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn,
Call 376-7466. Shopping Center. $150 "
silo mo. it mile.
per Oldsmobile
, over pins. etc. Pay balance of Cadillac per
per mo. J. L George FR 6-5505. trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent -
FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. house $52. or assume 10 payments of condition. FR 2-9886. 6-8 2001 NW 13th St.
In Alachua. $12.50 per week. CallE. $520 Phone 3727680 ask for A.M. and 6-12 P.M. 4. "With normal care you
D. Floyd at 462-1871 or 462- ADVERTISE IN THE Credit Mgr.. United Sewing Center. will thousands of
1579 anytime. SERVICE DIRECTORY '62 50 x 10 Greatlak.es mobile net
home. $500 for equity and take miles of tronscorfa-
f BR. 1 bath. complete kitchen. DEMONSTRATOR one Argus .Iee.
over low monthly payments. Call
BARKLEYMOTORS tion and will be ableto
near schools and shopping center. tromatic 572. zoom 35 mm slide .
376-0972 after 3:30.SPECIAL
For Information call Manaro's 56 Business Opportunities prelector 1 year warranty. Rrg- trade your cor
Restaurant FR 2-4690 ular $139.95 priced at $97.50.
WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY Ph. 376-1258. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home without the depreciation -

49 Rooms For Rent STORE. Price to Include complete UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes you would have if

Inventory land. and build- OAK Board Room Table. 4 ft. by Prairie. For appointment call "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S IVfERCEDESSBENZCRANE you bouqht it new." i
LARGE corner room. ad loin i n g Ing. Be your own boss and makea 12 ft. $50; 14 matching arm FR 6-3052. THE NAME"

private bath end entrance maid comfortable In excellent living.location.Near Galnesville Terms chairs $6 each. Phone 475-2611 CONNOLLYMobile 2201 N. Moin St. 5. "The price you pay Is I
and linens. 2 working girls pr 2 Melrose. t
0 business men. Can be seen at 116 can be arranged. Call us for full FR 2-4373 LINCOLN-MERCURY the list price less the
Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 (
NW. 2nd St. details. TWO horse tandem horse trailer bedroom mobile homes. Many depreciation, less a
ALACHUA REALTY electric brakes. saddle compartment -
TWO rooms for rent. 2 workingmen. rubber mats on floors. floor plans. 7 year financing. further depreciation I
everything fum. use of ASSOCIATES I Drive out today. 3 miles Southof
due to a surplus of
Price $500. 372-2547. ;;
kitchen. $10 per wk. each. No 376-2448 Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. VOLKSWAGENMILLER 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. 3724251.u
drunks. Near Post Office. Phone 175 LIGUSTRUM HEDGE PLANTS 376-0571 used cars on the
FR 27193. 2 ft. tall. 50 cents per plant. morket I
Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity Call FR 6-8308. 12 wide Is here
LARGE room for men for rent for the right man to get In FEDERAL QUALITY -1.L_ -
single or double. access to showers the bowling alley business with a FOR SALE large desk 3 draw- ---- S 6. "On our Bank Financing i
and refrigerator. Phone FR small amount of capital. Cell FR ers & built-in bookcase end. $20. HOMES INC. time payment basil -
J-1981 or 3721115. 414 N.E. 2nd 6-2441 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. Phone 3725206. 4820 NW 13th St. (441 North) your initial down

Ave.ROOM. Havnes. WALNUT bedroom suite Includingtwin 1964 10 x 57' Great Lakes Mobile RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
beds. mattresses & box Home (Van Dyke series) 2 BR. payment and your
FOR RENT to business or 61 Wanted to Buy springs bachelor chest dbl separate dining room double tip @ monthly budget outlayare
professional man adjacent to dresser with framed mirror out. $250 for equity & assume BROWN DURING THIS SALE ONLY both surprisinglylow.
be sober. 1325 NW
bath. must
CASH for your used appliances night table dining table with payments. Call 376-6835. autuoitit "
4th St. FR 20984 furniture. clothing etc. Call Williams I leaf & 4 chairs. Air conditioner. Lowest prices, easiest terms largest 1030 E. Univ. .IALia I
CLEAN. close In. daily maid service Service Center Hawthorne snack tables 1 arm chair. Call display In central Florida.We FR 2-3582 I !
use of phone. and refrigerator. Rd. 3773917 372-1830. trade for anything. Free
1 Reasonable. 622 N.E. 2nd St. ,,' cubic Ft. Philco chest type up to 100 miles.IRAILER I I cost less on a f
374-1421 62 Machinery & Tools freezer. $100. 1019 N. W. 36th MART Used Car."

ROOM for 2 boys. $45 for single COMMERCIAL Carrier Air condi- Terrace. FR 25082. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to ( PAINT 1
$35. Good location. 105 NW 7th WE WANT TO buy late model used East Palatka
tioner. 36.000 BTU with water coolIng Phone 328-1050 8. "You can pick a BAR-
Ter. Phone 3720809. tower. 1st class condo $495 refrigerators. Exceptionally High GAIN thot it would be
trade-Ins now 1962 50 x 10 PACEMAKER. 2 bedroom JOB I
|/ ROOM with bath & kitchen Chace 0. Kitchens It S.E. ht WILSON'S given.EXCHANGE air cond. See at HickoryHill impossible to find I So a
privileges working lady or graduate St. FR 68275 Trailer Park 2720 SW Archer !
111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479. _
Car new car-and you oft
lady student preferred. Rd. Lot 18. Ph. 3761475.ITS .
necessary. 376-6652 after 4 P.M. 64 Household Good CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew en get expensive extras .

VERY reasonable 2 boys to a and Used $60 FOOLISHto $3995 5AN-D- and accessories at

room. maid service kitchen and KENMORE AUTOMATIC. Washes Complete line of photo suppliesFULLERS pay more. RECKLESS to no additional cost."
well. S30. If Interested call I
living room. Call FR 22726. FOTO INC. pay less. GET THE REAL
FR 25035. 621 N. W. 34th Ter 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 .
FACTS. Payments as low IS
NICE comfortable corner room In race. Allen Hayes. 9. "You can put yourselfon
$57.27 month with 1300 down At
private home. $8 per week or USED double bed. Innerspring mal per
$30 per mo. Men only. 1017 N.E. tress. box spring. complete $29.95. LAKE GENEVA a two car basis for
tth Ave. FR 43104.IS I 4 drawer metal chest $12. Mobile Homes Sales HAWESPOWERSBODY about wr:at one new

nice horn to graduate .tu- SUBLEASEBuilding COX WAREHOUSE Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. SHOP car would cost."

dent (girl) or business woman at I 602 S. Main FR 2-437 611 S.W. 3rd St. I
kitchen privileges. Phone FR WYATT- 10. "You get good tire.I .-
4-604. 229 W. UNIV. AVE. I 15% DISCOUNTS FR 2-0538
oaint written
Next Door to Florida I Special on all ceramic glazes and -
51 MUc. Rentals I greenware. July 29 August 4.ELLAS I guorantee if you buy
Theatre. I CERAMICS. 2145 E. Trailer SalesHome from Berkley Motors."
Univ. Ave. FR 6-5568.
PHONE 372-0440
V House trailer for rent on large FULL SIZE
Shady private lot. Ideal for too I 59 FORD polor air conditioner. $75 Pacemaker Mobil of Homes I 1. "You get all the ad-
.. Call for_ Information 372-1578. Good condition. Phone 454 1528
Shasta and Alrstream 1964 vantages that a new
Travel Trailers
car could bring to
Oeala's First Mobil Home you

Dealer Since 194 ,.- and your family."
SERVICESHome 192) Sliver Springs Blvd. FORD
Phone 629-1358 12. AND you're being
Ocala. Fla.BUTTS.
sensible. economicaland
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MOBILEHOMES I Largo Frtshairt Wheel Heater Covers I' BUYS FOR TODAY!!

Appraisal ServiceS Plumbing ONLY $ I '63 PONTIAC

2473Delivered 2 Doer HardtopAir

REALTOR & used fixtures complete COST 5% I Conditioned

I REAL ESTATE SERVICE APPRAISAL HUGULEY.plumbing service Gainesville"BIG"Plumb JIM NEW INC. and in Gainesville OUR + :: $2845

12"* W UNIV. AVE. PH. 37T35M
Jog. PR T158, 8. 10 & 12' WIDESalso j

Iemedeiing3fl.344 BulldozingSMALL UpholsteryUPHOLSTER CAMPERSWe $53.96 WITH '/PER DOWN MO. ON ALL NEW & USED CARS I '63 CHRYSLER

AftersP.M.Appilaitci bulldozer loader. dump need 25 trade-Ins this monthl ,
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Topsoil your furniture It "IOC" 2 Doer Hardtop
Phone 371-7846. reasonable prices. Call Sally Call us for the best deals. I
Experienced. FR 6-98SI. 4248 MUSTANGSReady $2795
I N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling. I

LandscapingLANDSCAPE 3768361NW for immediate 5 FINANCING I


f Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock 13th St. at 4th St. On street I
c of alt kinds.CREVASSES DO YOU NEED. Florida room. e* parking all around our corner. Station wagon
NURSERY tra room more room. roof work Open 9 .. to 9 P.M. each I Air' CoHitiolltclI
Landscape Co. or maybe a complete new home? week day. I SHAW & KEETER
FR -514 for free estimate For a free estimate & guaranteed TREMENDOUS SELECTION $2395
work, phone Carl C.Wster 1962 10 x 50 Skyline house trailer 238 W. University I

& Lawnmower *. 3128049.EXPERIENCED. air conditioned. 2 bedr 0 0 m s. I !
Repair Service
I Phone FRft-1704. 3430 SW ArcherRd. FR 6-5371
Air Conditioning
F U La...nmo..er Shop for fast and Paint and repair lobs performed by -- -- -- - -- : 62 OLDSMOBILE
dependable service. 105 S. W. carpenter W loves his trade """ Air Conditioned
2nd Ave. W* sharpen Knives scissors CALL FR 6-4907
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP and repair small electric I
I, First In air repair conditionIng We sell and guaranteed Appliance -- motors. Sewing Machine Repairs CLEARANCE SALE MODELS 6s & V-8s

wathera refrigerators
CO. 81] W. UniversityAve. I '62 CHEVROLET
Sun Want Ads
376-1075. We repair aMofcx Super Spent 4 Speed


TUBE Repair Special. $1 I
AUlD CLASS IS out only Dv tness. per Inch plus SID to Install most
Immediate Installation; tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special : there's lust
free pickup & delivery. Add Reconditioned TVs from $9.95. one
beauty & value to your car. Mortgage Broker THE VARIETY STORE "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE ANY DEALOPEN I thing to add lust a

N.W. 6th St. FR 4-t5S 4 Technician's with 14 years experience j friendly word of warning

MORTGAGE MONEY on all makes.T. FACTORY LABEL PRiCE. $000.00 buy your USED CAR
r* per cent Interest. Terms to
I r .
Equipment 25 years. V. SERVICE from an established dealer -

can t to a-Closed Wed. at 1 P.M. only he has the

t HYDRAULIC exchanged; JACKS Repair rebuilt kits far I Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA I KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE $00000 HOME OF 5 % PROFIT 5.% FINANCING SERVICE DEPARTMENT

I Walker Jacks. Factory uthorto- CIV N. W. 10th Ph. 37J-3177 YOUR PRICE -
Sd Walker Hydraulic Jack and conventional at lowest and trained mechanics to
Service HULL BRAKE current rate*. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEANIHG!
SERVICE SUPPLY UM S. year Will gladly discuss at no protect your Investment.
obligation. Call tomorrow. WINDOW cleaned.. floors cleaned
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How 'Soft Landing' on Moon Will WorkPASADENA FLORIDA ENJOY FLORIDA Swimming LIVING IN Pool A

Calif., (AP) -'tographed craters as small as "But we're already well veyor'' has a retro-rocket to three-dimension scrutiny. the surface, three small liquid-
Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientists three feet In diameter before it along:' We've been working on break its descent, and let It fall Heart of Surveyor's,soft-1and- fuel rockets should' cut the by Rivers Construction Co.
equipped. with 4,316 crashed on,the moon Friday. Surveyor since. 1960 and we're free to the. surface from a ing system is a 10,000poundthrust speed to zero.Surveyor .
close-up photographs of the The 2,300-pound Surveyor will quite proud of being able to anticipate height;of,no more than 10 or 15 I solid-fuel retrorocketthat will drop the rest of A QUALITY POOL Backed by a
moon, are thinking eagerly of be able to take pictures of ob-. some of Ranger's find- feet.Once will be turned 'on 60 miles the way at about the speed of a FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
the next major step in man's jects the size of pinheads. ings." it lands, its two televi-:from the moon. parachutist hitting the earth.
exploration of the lunar land- A shot in the arm for Survey- Ranger's pictures indicate the 1 sion cameras should be able to!
This will slow Surveyor's 9- With its legs straddled'for 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
scape.It or's designers: A study of Rang- moon has a hard crust covered swing full circle and up and
000-feet-per-second speed to 450- landing, Surveyor will stand 13 Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
is the Surveyor, a soft-land-,photographs indicates no ma- with a thin layer of dust. ,down, giving earth scientists a '
in less than feet tall and its base, fuel NO MONEY
feet-per-second a a big DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
lug spacecraft with cameras jor changes will be 'necessary Giberson believes Surveyor'spadfooted "you are there" picture of the
minute. the time tank will be 18-
By Surveyorhas supported some
that may function on the lunar in the planned model 6-foot-long legs ,can lunar landscape.
fallen to about 15 feet above inches above the foot
surface for up to 30 days. Surveyor's tripod legs shouldbe settle down on such a surface Surveyor also will have a pads. EACH POOL YOU CET
Two more Rangers are sched- able to survive landing on with ;no damage to Its scientific claw on an extendable arm to Filt System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
uled to be launched early next terrain similar-to'Ranger's impact instruments. pick up. objects as far away as Of I Pool Light, '-Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
year. Plans call for them to area a craterpockedplain Ranger was designed to crashirito' 10.feet and lift them up to the One Extra Leaf Net
have missions identical pic-. in'the ,Sea of Clouds. FREE I
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ture-snapping Ranger 7. Surveyor program .manager I : I
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Agency will fire the first of seven use many of Ranger's ,technicalpeople the Herce Wulbern Murphey I I
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