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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: August 5, 1964
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WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY Vol. 89, No. 26 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1964
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: NATIONS UN ,MEETINGUNITED N. Y. (AP) At the request of S. Planes Bombard

the Soviet Union the U. N. Security Council session requested U.

by the United States on the Southeast Asia

crisis was postponed until 2 p.m. EST today. It had been

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(APU.S.) .
N.Y. (AP) friendly country need fear, and Johnson listed a long stringof Navy aircraft made a devastating

Ow President Johnson declared today no foe hope, "that this is a nation promises broken, and said -
v2:::: Saigon tP that "aggression unchal- divided in this election the government of North Viet :<' strike at North VietnamesePT
boats and their shore bases
i
//f of lenged is aggression unleashed year." Nam is engaged in aggression today in retaliation for the two

Siam ," and said the United The President spoke at cere- against South Viet Nam, the attacks on American craft in

States has met deliberate aggression monies dedicating a journalism Kingdom of Laos, and now the Tonkin Gulf this week.

'yO ". South Chin ..,. with deliberate action building as the first unit of a against the United States on the _.,._. ....- Then
the
against the North Vietnamese.In $15-million communications high seas. Washington govern-

.' ,1 iib Sea an address aimed to the ter at Syracuse University.He .cen- He said there could be no JOHNSON ment apparently sat back to let
: the lesson soak
.. in
if it will
'Attack Answered'Selling
peoples of all nations, as wellas doubt about the policy or pur-
said it was fitting to dedi- soak in with this
CROSS INDICATES GULF stern word
OF TONKIN
of the United States, John- pose and "no doubt about the
cate the center to better under- from Secretary of Defense Rob-
son recounted the attacks on responsibilities of men and nations *
standing among all men, for ert S. McNamara: "Whetherthis
U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of devoted to peace.
that was his purpose in speak- will be all that is
Show of Force Tonkin and the counteraction he Johnson said peace requires necessary
LI ing now. is up to the North Vietnamese."
ordered against the hostile that "we and all our friends
When he turned to the attackson The account of the
explosive
ships, and shore bases, and stand firm against the present
U.S. destroyers, he said: U.S. reaction, and the warning,
Made U.S.SAIGON said: government of North Viet Nam,
by Wave Hits were given McNamara
by
"We welcome and we invite "The attacks were deliber- which he said is "flouting the at a
morning news conference, with-
the scrutiny of all men ate. will of the world."
in hours of a somber
Viet Nam (AP) In Bangkok, Thailand, head- who seek peace, for peace is the "The attacks were unpro- "The world is challenged," he Wall St. ment by President Johnson announce-of

The United States rushed six quarters of the Southeast Asia only pupose of the course we voked. said, "to make its will againstwar the decision to hit back hard in
Air Force F102 "The attacks have been known and known clearly
jet fighters to Treaty Organization, the United pursue. an-
NEW YORK (AP) The reply to the attacks.In .
Saigon today to meet any at- States called an urgent meeting And he declared that no swered." felt and felt decisively."
stock market early today reeled a premidnight address to
tacks from Communist North
today of the permanent SEATO
the nation Johnson said
under the worst selling since :
Viet Nam or Red China that the council.
SEATO's members
President Kennedy's assassination "That reply is being given as
crisis in the Gulf of Tonkin the United States, Britain, Aus- 8th Avenue Extension OK'dFor but was firming and cuttingits I speak to you.
might tralia
generate. France, New Zealand,
losses early this afternoon.The "Air action is now in execu-
The six Delta Pakistan, the Philippines and
Dagger jets
tion
Viet Nam crisis brought against gunboats and cer-
from the 16th Fighter Inter- Thailand are pledged to defend -
typical "war scare" selling, accompanied tain supporting facilities in
cepter Squadron based on Okinawa the area against Commu- Route to NW GainesvilleBy in traditional fashion

flew to Saigon from Clark nist aggression.An .
by strength in the commodity
Field, in the Philippines. They unconfirmed report said Additional stories on the
markets because of
apprehension -
, went on a 24-hour alert. the U.S. Pacific fleet has been NORM LaCOE County engineer Roy Miller Viet Nam crisis on Page 5.
of shortages in the eventof
t The flight commander, Lt. placed on alert and a major Sun Staff Writer Additional County Com- has said he thinks it will be

. Cot Garnett D. Page of Deca- show of force was expected off The Alachua County Com- mission stories on Page 18. enough.The President conflict. Johnson's speechwas North Viet Nam which have

tur, Ala., said his planes had no the coast of North Viet Nam. State Road Departmenthas been used in these hostile
mission overrode the objec- of a nature that the selling opera-
"offensive weapons." He said Top South Vietnamese and tions and tactics of al, asked the board to pledge asked for the pledge, because lions.
delaying and
to
began dry some
they carried only antiaircraft American military leaders county secondary road funds, it makes bonds more up
were Edgar Johnson and moved losses "The determination of all
yes- stocks began to convert
rockets for the defense of South in to cover construction cost in marketable.See .
conference today and the
,
or- terday to extend 8th Avenue into "bargain hunters" Americans to carry out our full
Viet Nam.It ganization of a unified case the $500,000 is not enough. ( ROADS on Page 24)) gains as
com- two miles In northwest Gaines- picked high-quality stocks at commitment to the governmentand
is the first time up
combat jet mand similar to the createdin
one ville. people of South Viet Nam
lower prices that have prevailedfor
fighters have been
stationed in South Korea during the Korean The will be redoubled by this out-
Saigon. long planned project ., mP some time.
War appeared imminent.A has been stalled due rage."
Johnson's
to
North IBM, which had been down
Viet Nam in its
first
general war alert in South
comment the opposition. He favors an- about 2 points, snapped back to In summary, McNamara reported -
on developmentsoff Viet Nam also
immi-
appeared other route. four North Vietnamese
its coast show a net rise of half a dozen
clash Sunday, acknowledged between the nent.U.S. Sidney Martin led the fightto points. New York Central wiped torpedo boat bases heavily dam-
North .
Vietnamese PT boats Ambassador Maxwell D. get the road work moving.The (See STOCKS on Page 2)) aged and one oil depot wreckedin
and theU.s. Taylor met for half an hour with 64 sorties by planes from the
extension, from 23rd
.
destroyer Maddox. But it South Vietnamese Premier aircraft carriers Ticonderoga

aid the Pentagon's report that Nguyen Khanh to discuss the Street to Millhopper Road ((43rd W y M Find BodiesOf and Constellation, with 25 PT
Street) would create a new
four PT boats
had attacked
\ twoU.S. U.S. announcements of attacks ; boats destroyed or damaged.He .
route to schools and downtown j y b
destroyers in international by North Vietnamese PT boatson from the gave the U.S. cost as two
rapidly growing
waters Tuesday" was a "sheer U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of northwest sector. 3 Rights aircraft downed by ground fire'

fabrication. Tonkin and U.S. retaliatory at- and two damaged.The .
Cost of the two mile exten-
-
Radio Hanoi charged that tacks announced by President s action, McNamara said,
U.S. ships and planes had been Johnson and Secretary of Defense sion is estimated at about $500- WorkersJACKSON took place between noon and
000. The investment was partof
violating and shelling its territory. Robert S. McNamara.Gen. 4 r 5 p.m. locadl time Tuesday.
the recent bond issue pack-
It said America's "provocative William C. Westmore- age approved at the pools. Not r Miss. (APTwoof With Vietnamese time 13

sabotage and aggressiveacts land, commander of U.S. forces all right of way has been ob the three bodies found buriedIn hours ahead of Washington, that

will be severely punished." (See ALERT on Page 5)) tained. a recently constructed earth means the bombs and rockets

dam near Philadelphia, Miss., were falling within an hour aft-
Eighth Avenue long has been
were identified early today as er Johnson's report of his deci-
viewed as the proper road to
Housing Code Talk augment West University and missing civil rights workers sion. Planes doubtless were

Northwest 16th avenues as a Andy Goodman and Mickey going aloft as he spoke.
Schwerner.All Johnson referred to the U.s.
traffic carrier serving the
three bodies were under- reaction as a "positive reply" to
northwest. Both streets are
Turns Into WrangleWhat overcrowded.The : going pathological tests early the aggression by North Viet-

move overriding John- -, M today at the University of Mis- namese PT boats against Amer-

'-" sissippi Medical center where ican naval vessels in interna-
of dis-
son was a rare display
began as a study ses- the city's buildings are unsound. harmony among the commis- : they were brought brought after tional waters.
>
sion by the City Commission and But he stressed the United
The state being found near Philadel-
average in urban sioners. Usually, they honor the
Plan Board on the proposed States' in-
late long-range peaceful
areas is 13 objections of one mem- phia Tuesday.
per cent, he said. any
housing code ended up in a ; Examination of the third body tentions.
three hour wrangle last night. The plumbing facilities total is ber.Martin was continuing. Even before the strikes be-
22 cent here told the commissionthe fjyBelle
Presumably, the proposed per against 12 per Announcement of the identification gan, McNamara disclosed "sub
8th Avenue matter has be-
cent for the
state r
code as presented during the average of of Goodman and stantial military forces" were
buildings without come urgent.At --------------- -- -- --
lengthy session will be officially plumbing fix- Schwerner was made in Wash- being moved into Southeast Asiaas
tures. least twice, Johnson's objections Book and Bench
recommended to the city Red
ington by FBI Director J. Ed- a precaution against a
commission by the plan boardat "This code attempts to im- have stalled action on gar Hoover. counterthrust from North Viet
the extension.In .
a later date.Discussion prove our existing housing The University of Florida Campus is no place for The Greenwood, Miss., officeof Nam or Red China. He gave

of the proposed stock, Godschalk explained moving ahead, the commission fooling around this week with those final exams hang- the Student Non-Violent Coordinating some details on that buildup at

code provided a base for a "The goal is a decent, safe and told Johnson he can ing over everyone's head. In the classical mood of con- Committee said it today's meeting with newsmen.

three hour debate among com- sanitary house for every citizenof bring in any new informationhe centration here is 18-year-old Jerri Knight, a Miami had been told by the Jackson The attack was in retaliationfor

mission and plan board mem- the community. This is not has to try to persuade the freshman. Exams end Friday and there'll be no more FBI office that the third body an assault by three Red PT

bers last night that included See board to change its mind. book cracking until classes resume on September 8. had been identified as James boats last Sunday against the

such topics as: ( HOUSING on Page 24)) Martin, pushing for approv- (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) (See BODIES on Page 2) destroyer Maddox in which one

-The definition (never given) of the boats were sunk and two

of dialectic materialism. others damaged, and another

-Whether members were Richardson Rebuked for Attackst fiercer engagement involvingtwo

there for a study session or a U.S. craft Tuesday.The .
aimedat
kangaroo court. second attack was

-Urban renewaL the Maddox and the destroyer -

-Public housing.An By JEAN CARVER Turner Joy which had been
His Views department that have been ex-
economic base study. Sun Staff Writer sent to support the Maddox.
Stir UP.Squabble. pressed before this body," Sutherland
-Did Commissioner James The simmering feud between Commissioners Seek explained. McNamara said in responseto

Richardson run an Atlanta plan- City Commissioner James questions that "whether this

ning consultant "out of town?" Richardson and the City Plan Sutherland agreed to delete a (the retaliatory blow) will be

"Some sort of emotional tur Board and Planning Depart- Peace With Plan Boardmotivated paragraph ranted criticism referring"from to unwar-somesources" (See VIET NAM on Page 2)WHERE )

moil" that "seems to prevail" ment brought a near censure
in his resolution. He
between the city commissionand from the "Young Turk" major
said the resolution had been
plan board. ity late last night. or personal attackson censure of Richardson, who be- sitting in his drawer in the TO
The jurisdiction of the plan Although the meeting beganas the and
r**. plan department gan criticizing action of the -commission room for three

board.The :.. .. a commission plan board plan board," Sutherland ex- plan board during his campaign weeks.He .
t "
proposed housing code study session on the proposed plained.He in the March city election said he drafted the resol- FIND IT
recommended by the planning housing code, it ended up as a told Mayor Howard Mc- and continued his objec-

board to the city commission called city commission meet- Kinney he had gotten the sign- tions during the last four ution after an "upsetting" com- Comics . . 22 rCtassified..25.27

Plan Board Chairman Arnold t ing.Commissioner atures of three commissioners, months. mission meeting, presumablythe ;

Butt and Planning Director David Alan Suther- during a break in last night's The intention of the resolution heated session when the Entertainment 24

Godschalk presented the land asked that the meeting be study session, required for call- was to reassure the plan- commission rejected the planboard's Obituaries . 2

board's support for the proposed called ing a special commission ses- ning department and plan recommended city hall Opinion Page . 6

code, unanimously backed by 'Appalled'By 'For some weeks I have sion. board "that this commissiondoes site behind First Federal.Sutherland's Sports . .15-17
resolution had .12 13
flan board members. Attacks j been continually appalled by Sutherland denied that his not agree with all opinions Women's ,

GodachaUc said 24 per cent of On Plan BeLSutherland what I consider to be politically resolution was intended as a about the plan board and plan (See Commission Page 2))

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I Weather Roundup Congress Moves


CommissionFrom Prexies Due StocksFrom

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To Back Action
I IS \0 Page 1 To ResignTALLAHASSEE

I Pane 1
';':. ;.: \-+NMarq three facets: been so much controversy of. I I bout
-Appreciation and welcomeby personalities," Wmn said. (AP-Secre- WASHINGTON (AP) The and Mansfield said there had
ZONES :Republican and Democratic been no opposition to it. a loss of 1%. Xerox canceled
> the commission of the recommendations tary of State Tom Adams
B, C, D Partly cloudy on "any and He noted that the differenceshave several junior college presidentsin says leaders. agreed today to seek "It seemed to me that the a loss of a couple of points and ,
through Thursday with scat a caused poor relations be- swift Senate there showed a point advance. i
bi-partisan
a all subjects regarding orderly Florida have told him they approval group was unanimous in
tered thundershowers most nu- e. el+ ++ rotuaa tween the two boards.
growth." intend to resign and take jobsin of a declaration of supportof its approval of this sort of ac- First-hour volume was 1.72
merous during the afternoonand other states. President Johnson's actionsin tion," the Montana Democrat,+I million shares \
"The city commission, hav- the biggest total \
Low in -Commendation for
evening. tonight high the Southeast Asian crisis.
E' ,
ing the last word on plan board since April 2 when 1.78 million _
the 70s. High Thursday 88 to '.M quality service. He said the situation shows Sens. Mike Mansfield, D-
92. Variable winds 5 to 12 recommendations, hardly wantsto there is "considerable unrest said.Bodies shares changed hands in the initial .
MLM =W4r. to Mont., and Everett M. Dirksen,
-Encouragement recom- discourage further 60 minutes.
miles an hour, gusty near re-and dissatisfac t ion existing
R-I11., the majority and minority -
showers. mend technical studies neededfor commendations. Yet if I were The Associated Press
within elements of junior averageof
our
E, F, H, I Partly cloudy comprehensive city plan- on the plan board I would be administration." leaders, reached the agree- 60 stocks at noon was down
college
through afternoon Thursday and evening with widely thundershowers. scattered :1..4aI ning. discouraged and would not I ment in a conference In the From Page 1 2.8 to 313.0 with industrials off

Low tonight In the 70s. High work as hard on these recom Adams and Gov. Farris Bry- Senate chamber in advance of :4.0, rails off 2.2 and utilities off
Thursday 19 to 14. Mostly southwest Richardson, who abstained in today's Senate session. Chaney, the Negro companionof .
winds 5 to II miles an hour gusty near mendations. ant crossed lances again Tuesday 1.0.
showers. the final vote on Sutherland'sresolution Declaring "Speed is of essence Goodman and Schwerner. i
He said he felt attempts to over Florida's higher edu-
.
Some brokers
Thurs- likened the
G. J Partly cloudy through ,
said he resented the There pre- .
Dirksen said he be- was no immediate
con-
day with widely scattered afternoonand resolve the differences during cation. The Secretary of State'sstatement sent situation to the
early' evening thundershowers. low action."I firmation of this mid market
lieved a resolution expressing from the FBI.
last night's three hour study came after Bryant
near
tonight upper 70s High Thursday GAINESVILLE WEATHER : slide and tremendous
.
'0. Variable winds 5 to 1J showers.K miles an : I have a right and responsi- session were lost."Commissioners. rebuked him at a state Cabinet bipartisan support of the President The three vanished June 21 rebound 'I
hour becoming gusty near following the Cuban
mis-
1
Partly cloudy through Thursday -Municipal Airport readingsfor bility to criticize this or any here have meeting saying criticism of the should receive immediate! after being freed from jail at sile crisis.
with widely scattered showers. 24 hours to 8 a. m. today: action without waiting for the Philadelphia where they had
Low tonight 10. High Thursday S3. other plan board or anythingelse tried to patch up personal dif- higher educational system was The Dow
Variable TEMPERATURES winds 5 to 12 ELSEWHEREHigh miles an hour. High 95 at 4 p. m., low 72 at I want to whether you likeit ferences generated by the cam- I unjustified.But Senate Foreign Relations and been arrested on a speeding Jones industrial average -

Law Preen. 5 a. m. Rainfall .01 inches. or not," he said. "You can paign," Winn explained. "Per Armed Services committees to charge. which had been downas
Jacksonville ,4 75 .10 KEY TIDES Bryant said he agreed had been held in much as 8.90 at the end of
CEDAR clear it first.Mansfield They jail at
Miami W 12 this resolution but I reserve -haps we can iron these out in I
Thursday High at till a.m. and pass with Adams that further improvements the first hour had cut its loss
Tampa 1* 7S -
said six
Atlanta 19 6* 1M noon. Low at till: a.m. and 7.U p.m. the right to criticize the full session or informally so we he agreed. Philadelphia nearly hours
New Orleans 1S n p.m. plan board or anything they do can try to understand each were needed in the Thus a vote might come be- after Chaney was arrested on a to 4.40 at noon when it stoodat
5*
4
New Boston York 11 62 MARINE FORECAST as long as I sit on this com- other and live with each other educational system. fore nightfall on a historic resolution -speeding charge. 828.37.
to
EAST GULF Variable winds S
Washington 71 66 : these long meetings." throwing the Senate's The last known to have International Harvester and
Scattered
Chicago 88 70 12 knots through Thursday. mission. Asked about a rumor he person
Kansas City 90 74 .U showers with briefly higher winds. Both Commissioners Ed Turl At the suggestion of Phil Emmer might become president of Flor- support behind the President's seen them was Neshoba County Du Pont were down about 2

ington and Byron Winn strongly a member of the small ida State University, Bryant declaration that the United deputy sheriff Cecil Price who each. Losses of a point or more
I Five Day Forecast70s. I hinted that part of Richard- audience that observed the said: "A number of people have States is determined "to take said he followed them a short were shown for General Motors -

son's reasons for criticizing the three hour squabble, that the approached me with this sug--, all necessary measures" to defend -distance after their release as Goodrich, Union Carbide,
Temperatures will averageone Rain will vary, averagingup banning staff and board stem members solve their differ- gestion and I have only thanked peace and freedom in they drove south toward Meridi- Polaroid, U.S. Smelting and

to two degrees below to three inches in some med from Plan Board Chair-,I ences over dinner or closed them for their compliment. Southeast Asia. American Cyanamid.

I normal. Normal maximum is 88 areas. man Arnold Butt's opposing the I meeting, Richardson invited Adams had cited Gordon The two leaders held their an.The Meridian Star quoted an I In early trading, however, Du

to 92, normal minimum in the new commissioner in the the plan board and commissionto Blackwell's recent resignationfrom meeting in the Senate at Dirk- authoritative source as sayingthe Pont was down 3 and Polaroid

March election."I his home for dinner on Au- FSU a s an example of sen's desk, with newsmen clustered bodies found in the dam 2 B
More About have heard some, talk that gust 11.Richardson. I "the unhealthy climate for edu- around them and able to I were those of two white males Steel were only fractional

defeated candidates should resign also invited Em- cational progress in this state." hear their every word. and a Negro male. The source, locprs as the session wore on.

Viet Nam from boards," Turlington mer. Adams said he was gratified Johnson requested the resolution according to the newspaper Except for GM, most leading
said. "I personally: asked the In the vote supporting the that the governor agreed that in a talk to the nation said the bodies were found 20 motors were behind only] by

(plan board) chairman- to stayon. resolution, only McKinney ob "much' needs to be done to im- Tuesday night in which he disclosed feet from the top of the loose fractions. Ford edged to the up-

From Page 1ail ." jected. Richardson abstained, prove our system of higher edu- the United States had earth structure, which was side.Airlines
1 Just before the special session -so the vote was 3-1 in favor of cation in Florida." launched an air strike against being built late in June when were about even,

that is necessary is up to the mate of damage to the four tor- was called, Winn com- the resolution. Adams noted that he and the North Vietnamese gun boats ,Schwerner, Goodman and Chan- with Eastern climbing ahead

North Vietnamese." pedo boat bases other than to mented on the increasingly Just before Sutherland pre- governor, as members of the and shore facilities in retaliation ey vanished. nearly a point.

say it was "very substantial." strained relations: between the sented his resolution, McKinney Board of Education "share a ; for two attacks by PT I The charred hulk of the station Prices declined in active trading -
His summary of the U.S. re- plan> board and commission."I thanked members of large measure of the responsi- boats on U.S. destroyers.The ; wagon used by the trio had on the American Stock Ex-
sponse was a swift follow-up to McNamara said names of the am very much embarrassed the plan board for attendingthe bility in seeing that Florida President had discussed been located 15 miles north of change.Corporate'.

the announcement by President two downed U.S. pilots would be and most unhappy since meeting "as hectic as it moves ahead in the administration the: resolution earlier at a meeting Philadelphia two days after and U.S. govern-
Johnson Tuesday night that released as soon as their next the last election that there has might have been in spots." of higher education. with congressional leaders they disappeared. ment bonds were lower.
Navy planes had been sent on of kin had been notified, proba-

the mission to give a "positive bly sometime today.

reply" to the Red attacks. President Johnson, in his

statement Tuesday night called
The President made his an-
the air strikes a "positive
nouncement in somber tones ata
reply" to attacks on the two de
.
session with newsmen late
stroyers.
Tuesday night after a day-long
"Yet our response, for the
series of conferences. "
emergency
present, will be limited and fit ; HUMBLE'
,
ting," he added. "We Ameri-
I
And as a precaution against aI cans know, although others appear -

Communist counterthrust from to forget, the risks of ;

North Viet Nam or Red China, spreading conflict we still

Secretary of Defense Robert S. seek no wider war."

McNamara disclosed that "sub- The President, facing the
.. .
stantial military reinforce most explosive international cri- : Introduces -; '. '

ments" are being moved into sis since the Cuban missile .

Southeast Asia. showdown, announced the U.S.

air assaults in a somber, pre-
The President called the air
midnight address to the nation

tacks strikes on a U.S."positive destroyers reply"in to the at- Tuesday Even as night.he was speaking NEW MEMBER OF THE

Gulf of Tonkin off North Viet I-
Johnson said, "air action is now :
Nam. in execution against gun boats

The areas of the U.S. bomb- and certain supporting facilitiesin

Ing attack were given by Mc North Viet Nam which have

Namara as four PT boat bases, been used in these hostile opera

the first at Hongay near the tions" against the U.S. ships.

mouth of the Red River closeto Johnson said Sunday's PT

Haiphong and, leading south, boat attacks on the destroyer : ESSO TEAM

Loc Chao, Phuc Loi, and Quang Maddox were repeated Tuesday .
Khe. against two destroyers and "we

believe at least two of the at-
In addition the oil storage depot -
tacking boats were sunk. There
at Vinh near Quang Khe
were no U.S. losses"The
was brought under attack by
President said he had directed -
the planes from the carriers. i
Ambassador Adlai E. ii
I
"The oil storage depot containing -
Stevenson to raise "immediately -
li tanks and representing -
10 per cent of the petroleum and urgently" before the
U.N. Security Council the George E. DaViS Jr.
torpedo E et"iG 'S
storage capacity of the country I boat assaults that the United _:1srx : representing
McNamara said, adding i : I

14,000"Smoke feet.was" observed rising to States in charges international were unprovokedand waters. i Leading Energy Company in this area, has been appointedBulk

Stevenson, breaking off a
no McNamara civilian villages said there near were the Maine vacation, immediatelycalled Plant Commission Agent for Bumble Oil & Refining

for the session and it was
target areas.
The secretary said he had swiftly scheduled for today. at. Company.If .

moved Tuesday night to rein- The first indication of Peking's

force the Pacific area and these reaction to Johnson's announce-
ment, the Chinese CommunistNew
moves included:
Evening Post warned today
-
1. Transfer of an attack car-

rier group from the First Fleetin I I wait that until Red the China flames"will of war not you are engaged in farming, business or industry in this area, you are invited to phone or
the Atlantic to the Western
Pacific. :come too close" before retaliat- drive by and discuss your petroleum needs with Mr. Davis. He has had years of special tram-
ing against what it called provocative
of
2. Movement intercepter
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I By JOE F. KANE Across the Potomac at the'many. congressmen expressed of Staff for emergency meet!

I WASHINGTON (AP) It wasa Pentagon, Secretary of Defense disbelief and shock. Apparentlyonly i
night of crisis, and crowds Robert S. McNamara was informed four members of the House .ings.At dusk, crowds began gathering -;
by phone as soon as the received official notifi- Avenue'
prompt i on Pennsylvania :
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gathered first flash was received from cation. at the gates of the executive I
gates under a starless sky.A the fleet. Down 'mansion. : ONITEDiOUORt[ I
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flash from Tonkin Bay had With his top civilian and mili- ment, Secretary of I tourists. 'I
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Ignited Tuesday's tensions. tary strategists and advisers, he Rusk and top officials con- 'Some came out of curiosity.'
North Vietnamese PT boats hurried into the national com'cerned with Southeast Asian affairs Some came out of concern.:

were attacking two American mand post. That's the heavily I were in deep conference. Some said they hoped for a;

destroyers.An guarded, locked-door secret There was an urgent, secretive glimpse of the President. I'
air of emergency spread room called "the tank." i air about them that comes when The makeup of the crowd at

quickly through the capital, There McNamara remained I something big is in the works. the White House was much like
blanketing the White House, the through much of the day, study-I At the White House, a stream that which had gathered there':, Y'S LIQUORS I

Pentagon, the State Departmentand ing a flow of reports, talking of official cars flowed through on an October night in 1962 as:
Capitol Hill. tersely with aides. I President Kennedy reported to
the southwest after the
In its initial hours, only thoseIn On Capitol Hill, it was busi-' gate the nation on the Cuban missile I NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS:
the top echelons of govern- ness as usual. 'I President summoned membersof showdown.But !
ment were aware that a new I When rumors began circulating -I the National Security Council, Tuesday night it was anew I WALDO ROAD at N.E. 8th AVE.Across .

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Viet Moves Might in PacificBy in South Viet Nam Page, conferred o 1 1' : 37 6. 9960

separately with South Vietnamese -
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. ELTON C. FAY I stellation and Bon Homme \
Defense Minister Maj. Gen.
Barry Goldwater, dramatically WASHINGTON (AP) The Richard, plus an antisubmarine
Tran Thien Khiem. :
supporting President Johnsonon military strength of the United I warfare carrier, the Kearsarge.Air Black and White Ei
Viet Nam, flew back to the,I States in the Pacific includes Force The Pacific Air I The South Vietnamese Cabinet -! .;

nation's capital today. nearly a quarter of a million I Force, with headquarters in I went into emergency session i iI

"We cannot allow the American men, thousands of planes and'Hawaii, operates 40 tactical I after Taylor's report to Khanh. Reg. or Extra Light
flag to be shot at anywhereon about 125 Navy ships in the 7th squadrons of aircraft. They are I Despite the deepening crisis, ',:
I earth," Goldwater said in Fleet alone, with other ships strike, support and air defense a U.S. spokesman said there :I Imported SCOTCH

backing the President.It ready elsewhere. types and include many super- was no immediate expectation The true
was an unusual end to an sonic jet fighters.The of evacuating any of the 700 dependents -! old-style Regular $7.15
unusual vacation.For Part of the "substantial mili- Marine Corps, in addition of U.S. civilians In I Kentucky bourbon = =

Goldwater not only sup- tary reinforcements to South-,to the approximate 20,000,South Viet Nam.American I
Johnson's stand; he issued east Asia" which Secretary of I I
ported ground force personnel based in civilians were being
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statement saying so _" 99
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more than an hour before the announced were being moved tf about 10,000 men and 300 to I tions," a spokesman said. This: HICKORY
public knew what that stand up, apparently come from units 400 planes in the western Pacif- means staying at home. : 99 LI
already located in the central
was.Here's the way It happened: and northwest Pacific regions. ic.A Vietnamese police were or-I 10 Yr. Old 5th ,
I battalion landing team of dered to to find out the '= ,
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Viet to the .
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cruising off California's Catalina -ment by a U.S. spokesman that along the coast of North VietNam i

Island in perfect lolling U.S. Air Force F102 jet fighterswere : I
weather.But being rushed to South Viet While President Johnson did i '
if the waters were calm Nam. Boys UscSkclctOll not specify what North Viet-I IMPORTED SPANISH WINE

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being attacked. Intercepter Squadron basedon here said it was presumed the I .

Three times Johnson tried to Okinawa flew to Saigon from For Traiik5 installations were on the North': Pink 99
reach Goldwater at sea. Three Clark Field in the Philippines.The Vietnamese land mass itself. I :
times he failed because of whata flight commander, Lt. Col. Americans in Saigon seemed I WhiteYODKA
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Goldwater news aide called Garnett D. Page of Decatur, confused and uncertain about

"lousy reception." Ala., said they carried no "of--stole are a skeleton looking and for scared boys resi-who the developments. But there I Old Gold
When Goldwater finally fense weapons" and only had was no unusual activity in the i
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reached shore, he called the antiaircraft rockets for the defense city of Saigon itself. I
President at 7:07 p.m., Califor- of South Viet Nam. apartment house. American officials near communications 8 YR. OLD BOURBON -=

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son planned to say, and promptly Japan.As kum, vanished from a neighbor- teletype machines waiting for I fifths fflGINandJ79
gave this statement: the reinforcements head hood school's natural history de- announcements from Washington. -, 99 \
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subscribe to the actions I fx .., ,c,.
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Iv-r.r. .. .Oi tiltt5uil1 inn THE The Despair- of- Freedom



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SOUTH By WALTER LIPPMANNThe we young men were quite poignantly aware of it, and I was

Wall Street Journal noted recently that both the Presi- writing that "the promises of liberalism have not been ful

JOHN R. HARRISON COWLCS, PrttKtarf, and dent and Senator Goldwater have said that there is discon- filled. We are living in the midst of that vast dissolution of
riiWfchtr; PAT Vice Prtsi-
Florida's dMttEd JOHNSON Vice Pridntnd tent even among those who do not have substantial material ancient habits which the emancipators believed would
Beautiful RALPH
By McGILL
i. Executive Editor W. C. (lilt PmUtaer Fm Wtaatef Pvfelisker I grievances.The restore our birthright of happiness. We know now that they
University City' h1 EIERSOLE Vice President and AdVMluint 01 the AtluU. Ga.) C..lUnaU. did not see very clearly beyond the evils against which they
Oirtclor 101 TARTAGUONE President spoke of the feeling that "We haven't been
were rebelling. .We have come to see that Huxley was right
Vw President and Circulation Managtr. keeping faith with tomorrow or with ourselves." And before
VisitorsIn when he said that 'a man's worst difficulties begin when he
him, in what was a most interesting and arresting passagein "
is able to do as he likes'.
THE SUN'S POLICY his acceptance speech, Senator Goldwater said that there

exists "a virtual despair among the many who look beyond Senator Goldwater has noted the symptoms of the modern
1. Report the news fully and !Impartially In the news columns.
In-but TheCapitol material success to the inner meaning of their lives." sickness no doubt because he has felt them. But he mis-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun only in-editorials.
understands the nature of the sickness when he that
3. Publish argues
all sides of important controversial issues. ,
COMMENTING ON the two remarks, the Wall Street Journal "violence in our streets corruption in our highest offices,

.=:- The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 says that "it is not easily explained" why "such mani- aimlessness in our youth, and anxiety among the elderly"are

: Want Ads-376-4672 festations of vague uneasiness should appear in the midst of due to the federal government. Insofar as the symptom

w \ general affluence." are not due to the fallen nature of man, they are the painsof

S the recent freedom to which Western men are not as yet
I venture to say a word about this because the questionis
adapted and adjusted.TO .
Washington Notebook Mr. one of which I have long been very much aware. The

Lyndon's Inscrutable Way and Mrs. Philbert Tsirnana first thing to be said about it is that the spiritual unease has
THE MODERN conservatives the
poignant question,
T have returned home after a been felt, examined, and discussed all over the Western
which is as yet not answered, is how, with the ancestral
few in
days
Washington. They world for at least two centuries. It is the unease of the old
order dissolved and the ancient religious certainties rroded
likely took back pleasant Adam who is not ready for the modem The malady is
:: The last thing anyone would expect It may be, as some folks suspect, memories of their visit to the caused, I believe by the impact of science age. upon religious by science, the modern man can find meaning which binds

..: President Lyndon Johnson to that he was cutting Attorney Gen- capital of the United States. certainty and of technological progress upon the settled orderof his experience and engages his faculties and his passion.

M do is name his choice for the Democratic eral Kennedy out of the race with a Mr. Tsirnana was born on a family class and community. Two centuries ago the conservative could still believe that

: vice-presidential nomination certain broad-ax deftness. Perhapshe small cattle farm on the island he could preserve the old regime and the ancient certainties.If .

: before the convention begins. is not sure a Kennedy bandwagonwould of Madagascar. As a boy THE "VIRTUAL DESPAIR" comes from being uprooted he thinks so today, he is a romantic and deluded reac-
he worked with cattle. He homeless naked alone and unled. It comes from being lost tionary. The modern conservative has to work in unprecedented -
..-. not get out of control if he went faithfully to school and in a universe where the meaning of life and of the social ways for an undefined future. He has to create the

,- There isn't much in sight that didn't push it off the road now. after graduation became a order are no longer given from on high and transmitted from new forms in which the enduring truths and values can bt

: can be counted on .to create an atmosphere teacher. Today Mr. Tsirnanais the ancestors but have to be invented and discovered and carried on in a world that is being radically transformed.

: of suspense about the At- Maybe there are still a few politically president of the Malagasy experimented with each lonely individual for himself.
Republic. This small nation
: lantic City meeting. There is no ex- potent governors or con- occupies the large historically The modern sickness is the despair which James Thomson WHAT WE ARE suffering from in modem times is the

: pectation that a serious rival for the gressmen who haven't been getting romantic island of Mada- called "the insufferable inane." It is to be found among the failure of the primitive liberals to see that freedom does not

'. presidential nomination will show enough attention lately, and this gascar.In rich and the poor, among the grandees and the groundlings begin when tyranny is overthrown. Freedom is a way of life

and it has nothing to do with an unbalanced budget, a which requires authority discipline and government of Its
: up at the last minute. There may be will make room for them on the list Washington Mr. Tsirnana -
met with President John- swollen bureaucracy, with communism or anti.ommunism. own kind. The modern liberal democracies are In the early
: a few squabbles over the seating of of V.-P. potentials son and, with his wife and with the New Deal or the New Frontier. stages of the vast creative effort to invent and to make work

:: delegates, but it isn't likely they will embassy staff, was guest of the kind of authority and discipline and government under

stir up much of a fuss. Or perhaps he is just saving Senator honor at a dinner in the White SOME 40 YEARS AGO, in the days of President Coolidge which free men can enjoy freedom.

Hubert Humphrey's campaign House rose garden. ,

If getting a big TV audience for energies until after the convention President Tsirnana is

the convention sessions has political rather than letting him expend themon strongly anti Communist anda LOOK AT HIS RECORDBarry's
man who believes that work .
value soar as the coming campaignis trying to wangle the'second-place is rewarding and that individ-

concerned, then the vicepresidential nomination.The ual responsibility is the key-

nomination is about all the party stone of the arch of civiliza-

managers have to work with. room for speculation and tion. When he became presi- Rights Mirage
dent he Imposed a tax whichhe
guessing is as broad and long as the
called the freedom tax.
That's why we're puzzled by Presi- entire country and will be until Presi-
Freedom does cost money,
dent Johnson's sudden and decisive dent Johnson lets his secret become and taxes are the price we /
(An Editorial from The segregate his employees agree with him in that belief, Sen. Goldwater has said: "If
elimination of all members of his for civilization.
public. Many
pay Bradford County Telegraph) long before there was any fed but fail to find any reason to I am your president, I will

Cabinet, including Attorney General Americans prosperous and It may come as a surpriseto eral law requiring such meas- believe that, by that action, do something about this in
comfortable because of the
Bobby Kennedy, from the list of pos- But there is one thing certain. those who are looking to ures. he will be any less apt to see more ways than the law ."
security and service provided Goldwater if elected that the civil rights bill is en- He has also said that he would
sible nominees. The President has tipped over tradi- their Barry ( It may also come as a sur-
tion. It has always been the rule nonetheless by complain government about, President) for relief from an prise to learn that Sen. Gold- forced by the federal government use the prestige of the presI-
It unpopular civil rights bill to now that it is law. dency to seek an end to dis-
water as an Air Force re
,
It would that the that it's smart to mention taxes de-
seem more pos politics as even though they
In fact the Senator crimination of all
O! learn that the Senator from servist is credited with inte- was sorts.
sibles" who were kept in the runningthe many prominent party members as mand more and more serv- Arizona voted only last monthto grating the Air National later quoted in a letter as en- "I am unalterably opposedto

more the excitement and public possible for "serious consideration"for ices.The penalize Florida schools by Guard in Arizona. dorsing a public accommodations discrimination or segrega-
Republic of Malagasyhas
interest in the convention maneuvers the vice-presidential nomination.The the highest percentage of more than $6 million unless True, Senator Goldwater ordinance for his tion on the basis of race, color -

could be built up and maintained. record books show no previous literacy of any of the new they are integrated.It voted against the so called hometown of Phoenix. Appar- or creed; not only my

President who has ever reversed that African nations. The major may also come as a surprise civil rights bill in Congress be- ently, it was not the act itself words but more importantly

to learn that Sen. Gold- he believed that the fairemplo1I1ent but where it should be my actions have repeatedly
is vanilla and the cause ,
export
: The President doesn't seem interested practice by publicly announcing a list crop water, in his "Antsy Pants" demonstrated the sincerity of
States for section and the that he questioned.As .
United a good passed,
in that kind of promotion. of ineligibles. many days in the haberdashery business my feelings in this regard"
has been buying most of for his of Civil
years was one of the first public accommodations sec support the Senator said.

that crop. President has establisheda Tsirnana merchants in the U. S. to de tion were unconstitutional. We Rights if elected President As for his vote against

I Success Ranger 7 courageously sound tax base as a priceof Florida schools receiving federal

independence, and with any money unless they were

luck he will bring his new integrated Senator Goldwaterwas

:.." Hitting a target area on the near television last Friday_ of the near nation into responsible suc ,'Voice of the People had his on the side losing won, no side Florida but

:, side of the moon is actually much side. cess.He has been, of course, distressed school near a military instal-

:. harder than circling the far side- by the riots of Har- I lation would have been eligi-

Photographing the far side will be lem and Rochester, and he is ble for impact area funds unless
for the same reason that hitting a know I On The Sun's Opinion Page fully integrated.
that
done in the second U. S. moon project wise enough to they ..
with rifle is harder than all While Senator Goldwater
bullseye a express reaction against
soft
from now. Before that comes a that is included in the words Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters talks about leaving problemssuch
just hitting the target somewhereelse. landing on the moon with unmanned "slum" and He must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot as these to the States,
"poverty. exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The this vote
A space ship missing the moon cameras and instruments.The knows, too, that of the relatively Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or was directly con-
will be pulled by the moon's gravityinto few involved most intent. trary to that philosophy.The .

orbit around its far side. whole moon race is a bit were teen-agers. The visitor pIe" began: "A little helpis money for cancer cures heart amendment Goldwater vote Senator came
Reasons
Some on an by
loony, but it is an extraordinary has a lot of faith in America. needed." May I suggestit disease etc., etc., which Javits, New York Republican,
It has he said long inspired -
,
: Still, getting better photographs achievement of science and engi- him. And he said, For GoldwaterEDITOR would require not a little could bring the same resultsas to require integration as a

of the far side than the Russians got neering. The wonder is not that there truthfully, that the civil rights help but a miracle to enlighten the research money that prerequisite for aid to impacted
this fatuitous was spent on polio, small-pox schools. There is
: poor area over
in 1959 would have been of equal or were so many Ranger failures but bill was this country's great- Sun: While Javits
yellow fever. But still insist
soul.I we $6 million in the bill for Flor-
greater scientific interest than the that this Ranger project went off so est contribution to those who and Keating seem to have just can't help but wonder on smashing up the $200 ida. Sen. Goldwater voted for

': photographs Ranger 7 sent back by well. oppose communism and injustice one reason for not support- why he omitted the word million (with much more to the Javits amendment, while
on which communism ing Goldwater I'd like to offer
,
.. "tolerance" from his publicly follow) across the face of a Senators Holland and Smathers -
thrives. a few reasons why they
M-. "We appreciate the morality should. announced list of ignorances. desolate planetary inland a opposed it.
... he knows of million miles The impacted area
Obviously, nothingof quarter a programis
of that bill, he said, The opposition has among its
that word away in space. Or do we? We one which recognizes that
POTOMAC FEVER and thoughtful
,
solemnly
: most vocal supporters Mr. either.DICK
the federal has
"even than economicaid. SCOTT wouldn't do this with our fame government
more
Khrushchev from Russia Sen-
Micanopy ily budget. Let's ask Spes- placed a burden on local
This legislation has done or Castro of Cuba, MalcolmX
T BY JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau more to establish respect and Nazi Rockwell along sard, George and Billy not to authorities near military or
defense installations where it
do with national bud- ,
and friendship for your coun- with the KKK (Kennedy, King Smashing Dollars it our has assigned thousands of

.:;:: Ranger 7 flew a quarter of a million miles to get TV shots of the moon. try than all the loans you and KORE) and I'd like to get either. families whose children must

':;- Nothing is too much trouble when you're desperate for something to replacethe have made." see all the foregoing removed On The Moon COURTLAND A. COLLIER be educated by the state. The

: summer re-runs. from the political wars; they Would Choose funds are allocated to the
WIVES OF presidents do
-- all plan to give powerful support EDITOR Sun: Now that schools to help ease the bur-
': The cost of living went up during June. It now costs you $10.80 for the not make speeches or standin to LBJ. In addition to we've the first close- Same Race den of the impact of military

:. same $5.60 worth of groceries that only cost $10 five years ago. the center of attention, but these we have both foreign pictures gotten of the moon's sur- concentration in these areas.
Tsirnana made up
Mrs. Justine and domestic press and news EDITOR Sun: In the July The Goldwater vote on the
;- Pretty shrewd of the GOP, putting Bill Miller of Niagara County, N. Y., on friends everywhere she went, media trying to tell us howto face, all of us Americans can 29 issue of the Sun, I readan Javits amendment can be

::the ticket. Now when Barry tries to sell TVA he can offer to throw in Nia- and she left behind memor- vote they seem to fear be as in pleased as a who hungrykid absurd letter written by a found on Page 17997 of the
ragged pants just
ies of remarkable intelligent
gara Falls. a quiet, who himself
signed as dated
and useful woman. that Goldwater may eliminatesome borrowed 99 cents to buy a person Congressional Record
-- "a white Prot-
of fat-laden Anglo-Saxon Oct 8, 1963.
; The postoffice orders 28 postmasters to restore service they cut improperly. She is a 46 year-old grand- which have cost the American programs brand new picture of the estant. In announcing his change of

.. Memo: "That's OK during snow and gloom of night but when it's just raining mother who looks to be about uncounted millions Beatles. Not that a brand new In the letter be wrote thatif opinion on federal Interventionin
Taxpayer
mother of picture of the Beatles (or the
She is the eight
deliver the mail. 36.
;. and failed miserably to win he was black he would "pre- the integration of schools,
moon) isn't a desirable
the
children and grandmotherof very
-- friends and influence people. tend he was a white kid re- Sen. Goldwater said in a television -
7 The House passes the Wilderness Bill to set aside places for people who four. Mrs. Tsirnana is head item. I'm sure it is if you can moving the greatest curse." interview last May
While I realize that Goldwater -
like to be alone. The first visitor may be Rep. Joe Pool the only congressman of the child welfare servicein afford it But borrow money
if he should be elected Being black is not a curse. 24: "At one time I felt
for it? Remember we're going
who voted against the bill. Malagasy.In
would have trouble witha It is a privilege. It's great to that it was improper for the
Washington Mrs. Tsirnana S8 billion; further into debton
-- be a Negro. If I had the federal government to Intervene -
: Definition: Cut-rate extremist his'hate letters arrive with postage due. spent most of the day in profligate Congress he this year's budget alone choice of color I would in a local school systemas
awaken of our my
some
the Friendship Settlement might and these fancy photos cost
still prefer being a far as integration goes. I
,It is center for un- educated fools who are teach- about $200 million of it. Negro.
-* Republicans say they're starting the campaign as the underdog. There's House. a us BETTY MIDDLETON believe now that thIs Is possI-
I.one easy way to lift up an underdog-and they're afraid somebody is going derprivileged children. F or ing liberalism in the colleges. And what of the ragged ble, and I believe the machinery -
.
rto think of it. her it was a working trip. Some of these well.egreed pants and empty stomach? is there to do it, and I

't She was writing down ideasto gentlemen still believe that This year 40,000 people will think the criticism I would

*. Now there's a deodorant that promises protection around the clock. It take back to her home two and two will add up to lose their lives, (besides well. Highway Toll aim at the attorney generals

:...works: too. Notice how seldom you find a smelly clock these days? country. She saw the various ten or any other figure that over a million injured) on Over '63 we have had is that they

.. programs in action. She stud- will give the answer they highways alone. Well over Way haven't used the machinery. -

ied rehabilitation and recrea- want; others believe that our one-half of these lives and in- WASHINGTON (AP) The ."

M tional programs. Settlement treasury picks its billions off juries could be saved by automobile accident death- rate It is difficult to see how
House currently is carryingout the money tree and we an safe- those of us who were opposedand
on highway
spent
money was almost 13 cent
higher
;_ 'A Sacrifice Of Posies a program aimed at pre- live on Rock Candy Mountain.I ty devices like lane dividers during the first per four months of are still opposed to cer-

r venting school dropouts and believe that the time is due better traffic signals, longer tain sections of the civil rights
this than in the 1963
*:: (e) Hew Ywt: Times rical about them, and has for that you would place in nomination also in preparing dropouts educationally for a President and a Con- sight distances. If these lives months year,.the Public Health same Serv- bill could delude ourselves Into

:S WASHINGTON Everett years tried to persuade Con- the name of Senator and psychologically gress who may be a little were saved, the income taxes ice reported today. thinking that Sen. Goldwater

-McKinley Dirksen, the Republican gress to vote the marigold the Barry Goldwater, I went into Settlement for return House to classes.occupiesa less skilled in semantics anda alone paid by these hosts of The service said this was the and on his the basis statements of his record
little better at math. public ,
: leader of the Senate, the national flower. my garden and ripped out all house that dates to the early JOHN W. HASTINGS now condemned men and only cause for which there wasa could or would if he could

fairest flower In the garden The other day be got a let- my marigolds. Never again days of America. Francis > women the would investment more not than re- marked nationwide increase do anything about it now.

-:i* the "constant" (Robert ter from a man in Minneapolis shall I raise a marigold. Scott Key once lived in it. pay even in the death rate for the Janu- Such reasoning is surely in
the saved
George Washington, Thomas A Little Help'Wouldn't counting property ary-April period. the category of grasping at
-Graves. ), "ardent" (J o hn who said he had always
and
Dirksen sent a one-line reply Jefferson and John Adams fre- damage anguish of bereaved The national rate for the first straws, and Sen. Goldwater'
: "that admired the Senator from Il-
*Keats) marigold goes linois. But, the letter con- a cry from the heart: quently were visitors. One hasa HelpEDITOR ones. four months of this year was straws as the record plainly -

to bd wi' the sun" (W. tinued: feeling that those men would On and on we could go about 21.2 deaths per 100,000 population shows change course so

-Shakespeare). The Senator "Those poor little marigolds approve of Mrs. Tsirnana and Sun: On July 30 a much higher priority needs forth compared with a rate of often as to make grasping *

grows marigolds, waxes l.Y. "When it was announced .." the Republic of Malagasy letter in "Voice of the Peer $200 million. Research 18.8 a, year earlier. them a futile gesture




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|LAKE BUTLER NEWS SCHOOL LUNCH WORKSHOP [SPECIAL THANKS
Vacation Bible School TALLAHASSEE School I

COLORED NEWSB. The Vacation Bible School lunchroom personnel from 4( Special thanks are extended

will begin at the Hopewell A. schools in 29 counties were in I all persons who participated

'IXU'JOHN M. E. Church August 17 through attendance at Florida A&M Un! n the promotion of the Daily

28 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. versity during the recent 196 'acation Bible School held ate

F. Childs, Colored News Editor. The theme to be discussed is School Lunch Workshop, according Friendship Baptist Church ..
"God's Word." to Dr. Clinita A. Ford, d' scently. Rev. D. E. White, pas-

PERSONALS The cooperation of all is ask rector of the workshop and hea r. 0. R. Maxey, Superintecd-. "
visiting Mrs. Birdie MickenCollins nL
ed. of the FAMU
Department o
Carlos E. Haile, a retired at New Orleans, Lafor Home Economics. -

R. HARRISON. President and school principal of Bradenton, several weeks.
Publisher PAT COWLES, Viet PresJenf was a business visitor in Miss Willie Mae Douglas of INSPIRATIONAL PROGRAM One of the most largely af HOrn REHEARSAL

Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON. Vic President Gainesville recently. Tampa, passed through Gaines The Friendship Choirs' Un- tended workshops held on th All members .
and Executive Editor W. G. (Bill) of the Junior i
University City' I1j,_) EBERSOLE, Viet President and Advertising Mrs. Dolly McKnight and ville yesterday en route to visit -ion will render its inspirational FAMU campus this summer,th 'ohof the Friendship Baptist
Director BOB TARTAGUONE, children, all of Gainesville, were at the Florida A. and .M. program at the Greater Be- School Lunch project was mrch are asked to meet Fri-

Vice President and Circulation Manager. at Williston recently v i s i ting University at Tallahassee.Miss thel A.M.E. church, today at training program for schc sy at 6:30 p.m. at the church.

Mrs. Gertrude Brown and other Carter, of N. W. 8th 8 p.m. featuring both a literaryand lunch personnel which include

THE SUN'S POLICY relatives. (Mrs. Bessie- Mae I Street, was visiting with friends musical program. courses of 60-clock hours ea

Wesley, reporter.) at Jacksonville recently. in these areas: (1)) foundatioiot 1 JAMES DYE
;: 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. Mrs. Jannivieve Martin, I Mr. and Mrs. James R. Blocker -- I quantity food preparation ai James Dye, of Micanopy, died

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. daughter of New York City, and of Brooklyn, N. Y., who AILING AT HOME service, ((2)) nutrition, (3)) qua the Alachua General Hospi-

son, Reginald Williams, of have been visiting here for the The following persons are ail- tity cookery, (4)) equipment u: 1 Saturday after a
The Suns telephones: All Department:-3728441Lyndon's Washington, D.. C., are here to past two weeks as guests of ing at their homes: Tom Math and care, (5)) organization ar lingeringness.

Want Ads-376-4672 attend the final rites of their Mrs. Blocker's relatives and ais and Mrs. Estella *..s. management of school lunch d Duncan Brothers, morticians,

father, the late Hampton Williams friends, were flown yesterdayto Friends wish for th. partments (for managers only ill announce funeral arrangements
((6)) purchasing (m a n a g er
a retired school teach their home. dy recovery. later.
I only), and ((7)) record keepin

I ( only).
managers
er.Miss
Inscrutable WayThe Mattie Mae James, and CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe ,WILLISTON NEWS ::lIunCH ANNOUNCEMENTSNew
Miss Carrie Parker, both of University City Choral In charge of planning the

Atlantic City, N. J., arrived Club will hold its meeting at Outing To Magnolia Beach workshop was Dr. Ford, in cooperation Hope Baptist Sunday
The
two week visit the home of Mrs. Etta Turnip- Sunday School childrenof with Dr. George \V. School, 10 a.m.; morning wor-
would It be yesterday on a -
last thing expect as some folks
anyone may suspect, the New Hope Baptist Church
with Miss James' relativesin seed on N. W. 5th Ave., todayat Gore Jr., president of the university -ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor-
President Lyndon Johnson to that he was cutting Attorney Gen Gainesville.Rev. 8 p.m.JOINT along with a few grown ups and Dr. C. E. Walker, ship, Communion, 7 pjn. Rev.J. .

do is name his choice for the Democratic eral Kennedy out of the race with a and Mrs. W. M. Ferguson enjoyed an outing last Satur- head of the FAMU School of Ag- H. Phillips, pastor; Mrs. Bessie -
I day at Magnolia Beach. Mrs. riculture and Home Economics. Mae
vice-presidential nomination certain broad-ax deftness. Perhapshe and sons left Sunday SERVICEThe I Wesley reporter.

before the convention begins. is not sure a Kennedy bandwagon night for South Carolina to visit Rev R. J. Gainous, pas- Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter.IN Consultants in the workshop Mt. Pleasant Methodist _

would not get out of control if he with relatives and friends. tor, and his congregation from included: Mrs. Nevada Beasley, Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal

There isn't much in sight that didn't push it off the road now. W. G. McLaurin, a teacher in the Macedonia Baptist Church, MEMORIAM equipment, home ecnomics instructor Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Edell

can be counted on to create an atmosphere the St. Petersburg Public System -Jacksonville and also Rev. I. In sad but loving memory of R. Frank Nims Jun.. Turner, president; Richard Par-

is visiting in the University -Ellis, pastor, and his congregation ,our dear one, the late LeRoy or High School, Tallahassee; ker, organist. The Board of Education
:
At- there
the Maybe
about still
of are few
suspense a politically City with his mother, Mrs.K. from Dunnellon, will con- Banks, Sr., who departed this and Mrs. Carrie Johnson, record and Church School Staff

lantic City meeting. There is no expectation potent governors or con- D. Childs, and other rela- duct a joint service at the Shady life July 28, 1958. keeping. will meet Friday, 7:30 p.m. in

that a serious rival for the gressmen who haven't been getting ives. Grove Baptist Church during Like a city bright and fair in Workshop participation by the second unit. Rev. W. M.

presidential nomination will show enough attention lately, and this Misses Manettii and Linda the revival meeting today the land of God's tomorrow, school and county was Alachua, Ferguson, pastor.Mt. .

up at the last minute. There may bea will make room for them on the list Childs, daughters of Dr. L. at8p.m. our loved ones await us there. A. Quinn Jones Elementary Carmel Baptist Youth

few squabbles over the seating of of V.-P. potentials.Or B. Childs, of Jacksonville, are The public is invited. | Mrs. Lottie Bank and fanv'lv :chool. Forum Wednesday. 7:30- nm!

delegates, but it isn't likely they will -I and Teacher's Meeting\ 'iurs-

stir up much of a fuss. perhaps he is just saving Senator I day, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A.

Hubert Humphrey's campaign Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W.
Hamm
reporter.
If getting a big TV audience for energies until after the convention
LOOK: AT HIS RECORDBarry's
the convention sessions has political rather than letting him expend them Paradise St. Luke Mission-

value so far as the coming campaignis oa trying wangle the second-place Conference ary Baptist There will be
Saturday, 6 p.m.
concerned, then the vicepresidential nomination.The : Sunday School, 9:30 ajn.; ordi-

nomination is about all the party nation services for Joseph

managers have to work with. room for speculation and Rights MirageAn Rentz, 11 a.m.; and evening

guessing is as broad and long as the worship, 6 p.m. The public is in-
vited. Rev. N. A. Jackson
That's why we're puzzled by Presi- entire country and will be until President pastor -
; Miss Leah G. Rentz, re
dent Johnson's sudden and decisive Johnson lets his secret become porter.Mt. .

elimination of all members of his public. ( Editorial from The segregate his employees agree with him in that belief, Sen. Goldwater has said: "IfI

Cabinet, including Attorney General Bradford County Telegraph) long before there was any fed but fail to find any reason to am your president, I will Moriah Baptist Choir
It a surpriseto eral law such believe that that action No. 2 will have its rehearsal
may come as requiring meas by do something about this in
But there is certain.
Bobby Kennedy, from the list of pos one thing those who are looking to ures. he will be any less apt to see more ways than the law ." Thursday, 8 p.m. Rev. L. A.

sible nominees.It The President has tipped over tradi- Barry Goldwater (if elected It may also come as a surprise that the civil rights bill is en- He has also said that he would Tillman, pastor; Miss Gertha

tion. It has always been the rule President) for relief from an to learn that Sen. Gold- forced by the federal govern- use the prestige of the presidency Foxworth, president; Mrs. Cal-

would seem that the more "pos- that it's smart politics to mention as unpopular civil rights bill to water, as an Air Force reservist ment now that it is law. to seek an end to discrimination lie S. Brooks, directress.EDITOR'S .

sibles" who were kept in the runningthe many prominent party members as learn that the Senator from is credited with integrating In fact, the Senator was of all sorts.

more the excitement and public possible for "serious consideration"for Arizona voted only last monthto the Air National later quoted in a letter as endorsing "I am unalterably opposedto NOTE
penalize Florida schools by a public
Guard in Arizona. accommo- discrimination or segrega-
interest in the convention maneuvers the vice-presidential nomination.The ''more than $6 million unless True, Senator Goldwater dations ordinance for his tion on the basis of race, col. This column will be writtenby

could be built up and maintained.The record books show no previous they are integrated.It voted against the so called hometown of Phoenix. Appar- or, or creed; not only my Rev. W. L. Souder, pastorof

President who has ever reversed that may also come as a surprise civil rights bill in Congress because ently, it was not the act itself words, but more importantlymy the Zion Temple A. M. E.

President doesn't seem interested practice by publicly announcing a list to learn that Sen. Gold- he believed that the fair but where it should be actions have repeatedly Zion Church, August 10 through
water, in his "Antsy Pants"days 27 while the editor is out of the
in that kind of promotion. of ineligibles. in the haberdashery business employment section and the passed, that he questioned.As demonstrated my feelings in the this sincerity regard of," city. Please contact him with

was one of the first public accommodations sec- for his support of Civil the Senator said. news items during that period.

merchants in the U. S. to de tion were unconstitutional. We Rights, if elected President, Ben Childs.

I Success of Ranger 7 Florida As for schools his receiving vote against fed J

eral money unless they were FETED AT BIRTHDAY; f
integrated, Senator Goldwaterwas DINNER

Hitting a target area on the near television last Friday of the near on the losing side, but
side. Voice of the People had his side won, no Florida Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor of
side of the moon is actually much school near a military installation the First Baptist Church, was

harder than circling the far side- would have been eligi- feted at a surprise birthday
Photographing the far side will be I ble for impact area funds un- dinner given at his home re

for the same reason that hitting a done in the second U. S. moon project L On The Sun's Opinion Page 1 less fully integrated. cently.

with rifle is harder than While Senator Goldwater
bullseye a from now. Before that comes a soft The dining room table
was
just hitting the target somewhereelse. landing on the moon with unmanned Opinions end comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters talks about leaving problemssuch overlaid with
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot as these to the States, a pink and white
A space ship missing the moon cameras and instruments.The exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The this vote was directly con- lace tabie cloth. There were
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or pink and white carnations
will be pulled by the moon's gravityinto intent. trary to that philosophy.The .
placed in the center of the dining
orbit around its far side. whole moon race is a bit Goldwater vote came
Some Reasons pie" began: "A little helpis money for cancer cures, heart on an amendment by Senator room which carried out the
but it is extraordinary
loony, an needed." May I suggestit disease, etc., etc., which Javits, New York Republican, color scheme.
Still, getting better photographsof achievement of science and engi- would require not a little could bring the same resultsas to require integration The
For GoldwaterEDITOR as a menu consisted of the fol.
the far side than the Russians got neering. The wonder is not that there help but a miracle to en- the research money that prerequisite for aid to impacted lowing: chicken, potato salad,

in 1959 would have been of equal or were so many Ranger failures, but Sun: While Javits lighten this poor, fatuitous was spent on polio, small-pox, area schools. There is over o green peas, rolls, punch, ice

greater scientific interest than the that this Ranger project went off so and Keating seem to have just soul.I yellow fever. But still we insist $6 million in the bill for Flor- cream and cake.
can't help but wonder on smashing the $200 ida. Sen. Goldwater voted for
up The honoree
photographs Ranger 7 sent back by well.POTOMAC one reason for not support received many
he omitted the word million (with much to the Javits
ing Goldwater, I'd like to of- why more amendment, while beautiful gifts and also $55.00in
fer a few reasons why they "tolerance" from his publicly follow) across the face of a Senators Holland and Smathers cash.

should. announced list of ignorances. desolate planetary island a opposed it. Those present Included Mr.
Obviously, he knows nothingof quarter of a million miles The impacted area programis and
The opposition has among its Mrs. Tom Roberson Mr.
FEVER most vocal supporters Mr. that word either.DICK away in space. Or do we? We one which recognizes that and Mrs. Charlie Thomas,, Mr.
SCOTT wouldn't do this with our fam- the federal government has and
Mrs.
Khrushchev from Russia, Sen- Johnnie Carter, Mr.
Micanopy ily budget. Lei's ask placed a burden on local
MalcolmX Spes- and Mrs. Godboat
or Castro of Cuba, Mrs. OnaM.
BY JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau and Nazi Rockwell along sard, George and Billy not to authorities near military or Pyles, Mrs. Ophelia Sted-

with the KKK (Kennedy, King Smashing DollarsOn do it with our national bud- defense installations, where it myre, Mrs. Janie Moore, Mr.
Ranger 7 flew a quarter of a million miles to get TV shots of the moon. and KORE) and I'd like to get either. has assigned thousands of and Mrs. Bobby Moore, Mrs.

Nothing is too much trouble when you're desperate for something to replacethe see all the foregoing removed The Moon COURTLAND A. COLLIER be families educated whose by children the state.must The Gertrude Lyes, Mrs. Nettie

summer re-runs. from the political wars; they Would Choose -funds are allocated to the Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Jim :

The cost of living went up during-June.-It now costs you $10.80 for the all plan to give powerful support .. EDITOR, Sun: Now that schools to help ease the burden Mrs.Williams Mattie, Mrs.Brown Mildred Mrs.Sears,. I

.ttmt $S. these
foreignand
we ( tfU .
up pvciMies of tfeft naaoft's surface a 1t.
EDITOR Sun In the Mrs. Rose Mello Mrs.
domestic and : July Maude
Pretty shrewd of the COP, putting Bill Miller of Niagara County, N. Y., on press news howto all of us Americans can 29 issue of the Sun, I readan The Goldwater vote on the Green, Mrs. Gladys Pollard
media to tell Javits ,
the ticket. Now when Barry tries to s ell TVA he can offer to throw in Nia- trying us be as pleased as a hungrykid absurd letter written amendment can be Mrs. Hubert Robinson Mrs.
Falls. vote they seem to fear in ragged pants who just by a found on Page 17997 of the ,
gara that Goldwater may eliminatesome borrowed 99 cents to buy a person who signed himself as Congressional Record, dated Johnnie Mae Clark, Henry
-
"a white, Anglo-Saxon Prot- Long, Mrs. -Eula M. Daniels,
The postoffice orders 28 postmasters to restore service they cut improperly. of fat-laden programs brand new picture of the Oct. 8, 1963. Mrs. Sarah Bennett
estant. Mrs. M.
Memo: 'That's OK during snow and gloom of night, but when it's just rain- which have cost the AmericanTaxpa'er Beatles. Not that a brand new In announcing his change of Williams, Mrs. Viola Gooden
In the letter he wrote that ,
uncounted millions opinion on federal interventionin
ing, deliver the mail. picture of the Beatles (or the Mrs.
if he black he would Mayola Chatman, Mrs.
and failed miserably to win desirable was "pre- the integration of schools
-- moon) isn't a very tend he was a white kid, Sen. Goldwater tel Amy Robinson, and others
removing said in
The House passes the Wilderness Bill to set aside places for people who friends and influence people. item. I'm sure it is if you can a whose names were not avail-
like to be alone. The first visitor may be Rep. Joe Pool, the only congressmanwho While I realize that Goldwater afford it. But borrow money the greatest curse. evision interview last May
voted if he should be elect Being black is not a curse.It 24: .. "At one time I felt able.Rev.
against the bill for it? Remember we're going -
-- ed would have trouble witha $8 billion further into debton is a privilege. It's great to that it was improper for the Mr. Miles wishes to
be a Negro. If I had the federal government to intervene thank all persons who remem-
Definition: Cut-rate extremist his hate letters arrive with postage due. profligate Congress he this year's budget alone,
awaken of our choice of my color, I would in a local school systemas bered him on his birthday.
-- might some and these fancy photos cost
still prefer being a Negro. far as integration goes. I Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson, re
Republicans say they're starting the campaign as the underdog. There'soneeasy educated fools who are teach- us about $200 million of it. believe porter.
that this is
way to lift up an underdog-and they're afraid somebody is goingto ing liberalism in the colleges. BETTY MIDDLETON now possi-
And what of the ragged ble, and I believe the machinery
think of it.
Some of these well-degreed
pants and empty stomach? is there to do it, and I Candidate
gentlemen still believe that This 40,000 people will think the criticism I would :
year
Now there's a deodorant that promises protection around the clock. It two and two will add up to besides well Highway Toll
lose their lives, ( aim at the generalswe
works, too. Notice how seldom find smelly clock these days? other that attorney Got
a
figure
you ten or any a Jolt
over a million injured) on Way Over 63 have had is that they
(. will give the answer they highways alone. Well over haven't used the machinery. -

t want; others believe that our one-half of these lives and injuries WASHINGTON (AP) The ." NORTON, Kan. (AP) Guy
; treasury picks its billions off could be saved by automobile accident death rate It is difficult to see how Ankeman, on the Democratic
{ the money tree and we all safe- those of who opposedand ticket for Norton County commissioner -
A Sacrifice Of Posies money spent on highway was almost 13 per cent higher us were
live on Rock Candy Mountain. ty devices like lane dividers, during the first four months of are still opposed to certain got a jolt when he entered -.
I believe that the time is due longer sections of the civil rights 1,I a polling place to vote
better traffic signals.
this than in the
(t) Nw York TkeeWASHINGTONTo rical about them, and has for that you would place in nom- for a President and a Con- If these lives year same 1963 bill could delude ourselves into Tuesday.
sight distances. months, the Public Health Service
Everett years tried to persuade Con- ination the name of Senator gress who may be a little were saved, the income taxes reported today. thinking that Sen. Goldwa I His name wasn't on the

McKinley Dirksen, the Repub- gress to ,vote the marigold the Barry Goldwater, I went into less skilled in semantics anda alone paid by these hosts of The service said this was the ter, on the basis of his record ballot.
lican leader of the Senate the national flower. little better at math. condemned men and and his public statements, Election officials found thatAnkeman's
my garden and ripped out all now only cause for which there wasa omitted.onballotsusedjnethreeCIt7
JOHN W. HASTINGS could or would if he could name was .
fairest flower in the women would more than repay -
garden marked nationwide increasein
The other my marigolds. Never again
day he got a let- do anything about It now.
Is the "constant" (Robert shall I raise the investment. not _even the death rate for the Janu wards but used in
in those
ter from a man in Minneapolis a marigold. Such reasoning is surely was on
Graves), "ardent" (John who said he had always 'A Little 11eip'Woulihft counting the saved property ary-April period. the category of grasping at the townships.Since .
Keats) marigold "that goesto admired the Senator from Illinois. Dirksen-sent a one-line reply damage and anguish of be- The national rate for the first straws, and Sen. Goldwater'sstraws he was unopposed for

bed wi' the sun" .(W. But, the letter con- a cry from the heart: Help reaved ones. four months of this year was as the record plainly the Democratic nomination, the
tinued: On and on we could go about 21.2 deaths per 100,000 population shows change course so officials agreed that nothinghad
Shakespeare). The Senator "Those poor little mari EDITOR, Sun: On July 30, a much higher priority needs for compared with a rate of often as to make grasping at to be done about the onu.sGainesville

growi, marigolds'p waxes ly "When, it was announced golds." letter in "Voice of lj the Peo- this $200 million. Research 18.8 a year earlier. them a futile gesture. sion.I _



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CRISIS AT THE WHITE HOUSEBy [ SAVE MORE AT . .



JOE F. KANE Across the Potomac at the I many congressmen expressed of Staff for emergency meet-I

WASHINGTON (AP) It was Pentagon, Secretary of Defense,disbelief and shock. Apparentlyonly ings.At II

a night of crisis, and crowds Robert S. McNamara was informed -! four members of the House dusk, crowds began gath-I
by phone as soon as the received prompt official notifi- ering on Pennsylvania Avenueat
gathered at the White House
first flash was received from I cation. the gates of the executive
gates under a starless sky.A the fleet. Down at the State Depart-!''mansion. Many of them were: UNITEDLIUORt

flash from Tonkin Bay had With his top civilian and mili- ment, Secretary of State Dean tourists.

Ignited Tuesday's tensions. tary strategists and advisers, he Rusk and top officials concerned -] Some came out of curiosity. I
North Vietnamese PT boats hurried into the national com- with Southeast Asian af- Some came out of concern.

were attacking two American mand post. That's the heavily fairs were in deep conference.'Some said they hoped for a

destroyers.An guarded, locked-door secret,There was an urgent, secretive glimpse of the President.The .
air of emergency spread room called "the tank." air about them that comes when makeup of the crowd at

quickly through the capital, There McNamara remained something big is in the works.At I the White House was much like
blanketing the White House, the through much of the day, study- II the White House, a streamof 1 that which had gathered thereon HENRY'S LIQUORSNOW

Pentagon, the State Departmentand ing a flow of reports, talking official cars flowed through an October night in 1962 as
Capitol Hill. tersely with aides. )I I President Kennedy reported to
the southwest after the
In its initial hours, only thosein On Capitol Hill, i it was busi- gate I the nation on the Cuban missile AT 2 LOCATIONS: E
the top echelons of govern- ness as usual. President summoned membersof I:.showdown.
WALDO ROAD i
N.E. 8th AVE.
ment were aware that a new When rumors began circulat- the National Security Council But Tuesday night it was anew at

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in South Viet Nam, conferred

separately with South Vietnamese -
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen ELTON C. FAY stellation and Bon Homme
Defense Minister Maj. Gen.
Barry Goldwater, dramatically WASHINGTON (AP) The Richard, plus an antisubmarine Tran Thien Khiem.
supporting President Johnsonon military strength of the United warfare carrier, the Kearsarge.Air Black and WhiteReg.
Viet Nam, flew back to the States in the Pacific includes Force The Pacific Air The South Vietnamese Cabi- i "nil

nation's capital today. nearly a quarter of a millionmen Force, with headquarters in net went into emergency session EARLY TIMES .err

"We cannot allow the American thousands of planes and Hawaii, operates 40 tactical after Taylor's report to Khanh. or Extra Light _
flag to be shot at anywhereon about 125 Navy ships in the 7th squadrons of aircraft. They are Despite the deepening crisis,

earth," Goldwater said in Fleet alone, with other ships strike, support and air defense a U.S. spokesman said there I Imported SCOTCH 1... ; s,. ;,. .
backing the President.It ready elsewhere. types and include many super- was no immediate expectationof The true
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statement saying so I ..
a 1 Okinawa has a Marine air wingof asked to take "normal precau- w. '
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Three times Johnson tried to I on Okinawa flew to Saigon from For Traiik'COPENHAGEN ] installations were on the North t4 Pink 99C
reach Goldwater at sea. Three Clark Field in the Philippines. Vietnamese land mass itself. Carstairs
times he failed because of whata The flight commander Lt. Col. Americans in Saigon seemed u ,i, White
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Goldwater news aide called Garnett D. Page of Decatur, |confused and uncertain about'

"lousy reception." Ala., said they carried no "of stole are a skeleton looking and for scared boys resi-who}the developments. But there, Old Gold I

When Goldwater finally fense weapons" and only had dents of suburban ;1 i was no unusual activity in the
a Copenhagen
reached shore, he called the antiaircraft rockets for the defense city of Saigon itself.
President at 7:07: p.m., California of South Viet Nam. apartment house. I American officials near communications 8 YR. OLD BOURBON -

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(This Is the last of two ar- writing, preaching. measures. Neither bishops nor members. The Episcopal Church rolina, San Francisco Bay, and :.If
ticles on "What is an Episco- These men and women take parish clergy have any autocratic -has 9,343 clergy in the United perhaps elsewhere. before the 1:
palian," part of the Sun's con the vows of poverty, chastityand k1 rights; all must cooperatewith States, in some 8,000 parishesand first regular worship of the BEST
tinuing series on "What Our obedience. They do not mar- WHAT OURRELIGIONS the laity. missions. Church was inaugurated at
Religions Are." ry. They live in communities established Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607.

for the purpose of What Is the Lambeth Con- Does the Episcopal Church For many years, the Episcopalians PARADE
By NORMAN PITTENGER sharing a common life of work ference? believe in missionary work? in the colonies were under
and prayer. Every 10 years, more than 300 Yes, it has been active in the Bishop of London; with the
Do Episcopalians believe in bishops of the Anglican Com- this field. Apart from any work War of Independence, they be- 0r
heaven and hell? What Is meant by "high," AREence munion meet at Lambeth in done by other branches of the came self governing.A .
The of the "low," and "broad" church? k r HOMESEVER
teachings Episco- London, under the presidencyof Angelican Communion, the majority of the founders of i iI
pal Church about death, judg- These words are used to de- the Archbishop of Canter- Episcopal Church has mission- this nation were Episcopalian '
ment, heaven and hell are stat- scribe parishes, but they are bury. aries in Asia, South America, I'- including George Washington !
ed plainly in the Book of Com- misleading.A This assembly has no legal Africa, and in many parts of Alexander Hamilton, James
mon Prayer. I "high" parish is one which is made available. Of that es, with the "convention" under power; its decisions have moral I he United States. This activity -Madison, James Monroe, John :
Death marks the end of this emphasizes sacramental worship one Church, Episcopalians be- which the bishop and his clergy authority only. is under the National Coun- Marshall and John Jay. From
period of man's life. He is judged the supreme value of the lieve they are a part; they have carry on the Church's work; cil of the Church, whose Direc- the
in terms of his real charac- "Catholic tradition," and a rather -never claimed they are the only and a general convention which How many* Episcopalians* tor of Overseas Activities is in that time to the present a

ter, by a God "unto whom all elaborate service of worship.A part. I meets every three years and are there in the United charge of foreign missions and Church in has played national a life.significantpart
hearts are open, ail desires : "low" parish is one in represents the entire American States? whose Director of the Home Department our
known, and from whom no ;which the services are simplerand How is the Episcop 'I Church. is in charge of do- Despite its close fellowship}
secrets hid." a emphasis is plac- Statistics from the Episcopal with the Church of England, i
are stronger mestic
Church missions.
governed? The Church is democratic-: show
Church Annual for 1962 has been thoroughly Americarand
Heaven is a state in which the ed on the gospel and on personal *
vision of God is enjoyed in a religion. In different countries the An- delegates to the general convention -that there are 3,269,325 baptized its members are loyal citizens -
"life of perfect service" of God. In a "broad" parish, which glican Communion has different the House of Deputies, Americans in the Episcopal What role has the Episcopal of this land.
Hell is alienation from God, and may be either "high" or "low," kinds of government. In the composed of laymen and Church. In addition, approxi- Church played in American NEXT What Is a Greek t'm nr aa wh.' ''
therefore the loss of that goalto the importance of a rational understanding -United States, there are parishes priests, and the House of Bish- mately a hah-million or so per- history? Orthodox? >
which man' whole existenceis I of the Christian tradition with elected laymen to rep- ops, hi which all bishops may sons look to that Church for Services of the Anglican Com- (C.1963-64 by Cowles Magazinesand
directed. I is stressed, with a concern resent the congregation; dioces- sit, must concur in legislative ministrations but are not formal munion were held in North Ca- Broadcasting, Inc.)

Episcopalians do not believe for "liberal values."
in a physical heaven or hell; I But all these emphases meet Tm
these are "states of being." The In the proclamation of the 'pm
departed in whom there is some I gospel, sacramental worship, 'tD

possibility of goodness are pre- and the reasonable presentationof -c) I ( a'rt i; t1 1
pared for the full enjoymentof Christianity. Episcopalians' ( f
God by such cleansing and appeal to Scriptures, tradition,I' rr j,:
purifying as they may require- and personal experience, as well' -ff; tlt
in a way, this resembles the as reason, for vindication of the D D D
idea of "purgatory." truth of the Christian faith. Dif- MUT I

But Episcopalians do not use ferences'in emphasis are wel-

the term in their official teach- comed in the Episcopal Church, j: STARTS
because feel that it is the central affirma-
ing they as long as
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ideas of payment of penaltyand *
the like. Does the Episcopal Church SUNDAYAugust t
By the "resurrection," the permit divorce?

Episcopal Church means not the In America, the "canons" 1 1i 9th
raising of the physical body we (or church law) do not recog-I i ri r
now possess but the recreationby nize divorce, but do provide a COPELANDSFRANKS 2-8 p.m. tj
God of the total personality number of grounds for an-
of man with a "spiritual body" nulment the ecclesiastical *j

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appropriate to a heavenly life. impossible.A FROSTY MORN OR COPELAND'S U.S. GOOD AND !
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bishop may permit a divorced -
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by to if certain
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Modern Episcopalians tend to admit to Holy Communionpersons .Ib. 93 Leading
understand by Mis term "healthor I
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self centered, there is no real ,
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deacons. toward drinking and gambl- JUMBO ? Young America HomesCoSponsored
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that the bishop's office is Church has i .
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Church; to confer Holy Orders; it believes that God intends -I . for BIRDSEYE
and to administer confirma ; if FORDHOOK OR by the
life
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minister to the people committed as will harm them and I FRESH GREEN BABY LIMAS 2 55r
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and to pronounce absolution and has been with,
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the University Center Chapel of ing services are at 8:30 and presented by the

the Incarnation, functioning as 9:30.Both TISSUE Scott 2 "rolls = Gainesville Horn.
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Gainesville E p i s cop alians. tion.Two I WITH FREE GLASS Vt ILLIAM the National
There a total of 1089 active clergymen are connectedwith I SURFINE SALADDRESSING Association and is
communicants in the city. the Episcopal University i :ommitted to the
Holy Trinity Church, with its center. According to Father Wil- % 39 :ode of ethics that
950 communicants, has two min- liam Lillycrop, there are 1400 .Qt. ubstontiates>> a high

isters, Rev. Earl Page and'Episcopalians enrolled at the; SUPER MARKET :degree and of dependability profes--

Rev. Eugene Ruyle, serving its University although no formal methods.
parishioners. Sunday morning estimate has been made of how I RI QAUETSLBS.99*
worship is at 8:30 and 9:30 with many attend services at the
TWO STORES 8 N.W. 16th AVE.
services resuming inthe the tri-
11 a.m. chapeL During summer
fall mester Sunday services are at AND NEWBERRY ROAD
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communicants, was recently assigned usr school year services are at
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NEED A PLUMBER? Lowry's- Expands... Furnishings- Services in New Store I II


Gainesville's "most c o m- ment with Gainesville's "largest Who's Who' in the furniture in- number of out-of-town shopperswho discovery of new synthetic fibers cost quite a bit more."
plete" furniture store will stageits selection," and an interior decorating I dustry," Lowry stated. come from the nearby motels and the improvements in Lowry's has begun a new policy I
CALLFR grand. reopening this week service. The new building itself is a and restaurants." styling in the medium-priced of staying open at night I
6-5221 ,I with the owners boasting the "We furnish all of these services -I combination of steel and concrete Lowry mentioned that severalof furnishings. twice a week, Monday and Fri II
biggest line of name brand fur- without extra charge" I with fiberglass insulation, them decided to purchase "Today's homeowners can day evenings, and will be opes
niture and the fullest array of Lowry noted, 'and pride our ,and has an Early American furniture and Lowry's shippedit buy good looking, quality-styled;this week Thursday and Friday t
/' Immediate Repairs customer services in the area. selves on the trained personnel ,colonial style front. to various points in the coun- furniture economically," Lowry I nights during the reopening ceJ- I

Sewer Connections Lowry's Furniture, 2317 SW that work for us In each area." "We decided to build in this try.Two I
; 13th Ave., owned and operatedby Lowry pointed out that many location because of the tremendous -I of the biggest develop-
Emergency Service L. A. Lowry with his wife customers bring in blueprints of I' potential this section of I ments in the furniture businessin .
-. Guaranteed Work Nina and son James, will begin their new home and Lowry's town has," Lowry said, "andwe've the last 10 years, accordingto \
r its tenth year in Gainesvillein employes help them decide on. already noticed a large, Lowry,'have come with the I
the color scheme, furniture,
brand new facilities, featuring -
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and correlated decorating will be used. Congratulations to I
24-HOUR SERVICE services. "No other furniture store in ) II
Lowry, entering his 35th yearin the area can offer such a com _j I
the furniture business, pointed plete interior decorating service LOWRY'SWe
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We Are Happy To Have Been out that the new store ," Lowry said, "and we be- )' I
built after a fire last April destroyed -lieve that Is why such a large Best Wishes N EON
to have been of servicein
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Of Service To Lowry's Lowry's on i t
West University will also offer coming back. i building your new store.
customers greater shoppingease Lowry's furniture selection! WRY'S SIGNS ,
and comfort. ranges from Early American 1
I "We have plenty of free parking through Contemporary and! on
MATHEWSPLUMBING ," Lowry noted, "and hope Modern and features such well Sinclair Eaton Co. 1611 S. MAIN ST. i:
that our facilities will encourage known brands as Drexel, Cen- theirNEW FR 2-0302 I
everyone to Just come by and tury, Thomasville and Chero- I II
CO. browse leisurely." kee."Our 716 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-8221 STORE II I
selection reads like a
Aside from furniture for
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COVERED FROM DRIVEWAYTO dangerous situation exists z, 1
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cases in the state so far in 1964 .. rn\ture ,
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418 N. Main St. FR 2-1156 were all paralytic. In all of 1963, fu Street
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L. A. LOWRY round\If'could ca00\ US tomrr Ow.: persof'of'd n \f'Spect I
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Nursing Tests TVs 'Kitty' I
I Peace Casualties Low I. ,
Corps' Psychiatric Extremely Dates Given To Be WedBy I

WASHINGTON (AP) During that same period only! The doctors said that in the 8 and 11 per cent for all rea- However, as .a rough guage, The Florida State Board of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .
Peace Corps volunteers on over- 648 approximately eight per,early days of the corps, some sons, and only 0.7 per cent be- they said that whereas the emo- Nursing will administer the SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)
seas duty have shown an Impressively cent were returned to the!observers had predicted that cause of emotional illness. Egg Market I
tional casualty rate was only practical nurse licensing exam- -Actress Amanda Blake, who
low record of psy: United States for all reasons.!from 20 to 50 per cent of the seems impressive." .
chiatric casualties two top psychiatrists The percentage was a little I volunteers sent abroad mightbe As regards the emotional ill- 0.7 among the Peace Corps JACKSONVILLE (AP) The ination at the Seminole Hotelin plays "Kitty' on the television
of the corps report.Of higher (11.6)) among the first unable to complete the usual ness record, the psychiatrists'youths,. the rate runs between Northeast Florida Egg Market Jacksonville on October 21- Western series "Gunsmoke,"
almost 8,000 young Americans nearly 1200 volunteers sent two-year tour of duty. They i said there is really no way to I'I'i 10 and 15 per cent for the overall prices to retailers: will marrv Jason S. Day an
22, according to Hazel l M. Pee-
sent overseas since the abroad. added: assess it on a comparative college student population of Extra large 42H 48, mostly Arizona cattleman.
corps was started in the sum- The figures were given by Dr. "In view of the initial dire basis, since "there is no completely ples, secretary treasurer of
mer of 1961, only 54 less than W. Alter Menninger and Dr. predictions and anxious con-I comparable group of I the United States and a 45; large 40& 45, mostly 42; the board. Miss Blake! 35, and Day, 38,
1 per cent had to be sent Joseph English of the Peace cern for the staying power of such idealistic, highly activated roughly estimated 16 per cent medium 34 38, mostly 36-37; of Scottsdale got a.marriage
Completed must
home as "emotional casualties" Corps' headquarters here in a young Americans in Peace self-selected, generally well-ed-!among persons aged 21-29 in small 25 -29. mostly 27. applications license Monday. Miss Bake!\
during. ..the.. 34 months covered report to the American Psychiatric Corps settings overseas, the ucated individuals of predom- one area of a large metropolitan -! Poultry at farms: fryers 13%; be filed with the office of the said they will be married Aug.
1- "ort. Association. actual rate of return of between inantly young adult age." city. hens light 5-61h. board no later than Sept. 21. 15 at Los Angeles.


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Plans are announced today ami, maid of honor; -Miss Miscellaneous shower honoring :$ Ys' "'i'R'i.i. THE fmnuy f Y GRADYBOWEN dn ,-+

for the wedding of Miss Patricia Paula Sommese and Miss Patricia Miss Sandy Buckler, 3 X R'b ; .

Ann Gale, daughter of Narron, bridesmaids. bride elect of Jimmy Hugu- w for '

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gale, and Edwin D. Cossaboom Sr. will ley, 8 p. m. Miss Helen Ann 9 ; Ruth Weimer Women's Editor"Snobissimo" J '

Edwin Dewitt Cossaboom, Jr., serve as best man for his son. Davies, 2216 NW 4th Place. .' GreeterSayings
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son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cos- Ushers will be Wilbur Youngof THURSDAY, AUGUST 6 C "b? d.

saboom Sr., of Melbourne.The Miami and William Runyanof r / a < .
wedding will take placeon Pensacola. Luncheon honoring Miss : C I Tailored And NeatBy Maalox 87INSULIN *

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Jane Hannon bride elect of N.
Saturday, at noon, in the Friends of the families are
James Allison Adkinson Mrs. LOUISE fflCKMAN to sort out, but the hats that
Saint Augustine Chapel. Father invited to attend.A ASSOCIATED PRESS made the most lasting impres
H. M. de Tamble and Mrs. M
William Joseph will performthe reception will follow at 2 FASHION WRITER sions were as small and neat as ;l

nuptial Mass. p. m. at the University Inn. Raymond C. Bender, 1 p. m., ,S 'f PARIS (AP) If you follow'aris Alexandre's sleek "snobissimo"head.
Tower House.Bridesmaids. have haircut and
you'll a ALL KINDS
Nuptial music will be playedby
Following the reception thebridegroomelect's not a coiffure this winter.
Balmain showed close jersey
Miss Virginia Garring luncheon
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ganist. parents will ; Alexandre created the short, helmet caps, with a chinstrapso U40 $1 U80 $190
Miss Marguerite
give a wedding dinner honoring plimenting Mary d 4 CK straight, mannish hairstyle that wide that it looked like a a
The bride to be will be' the bridal couple, at the Gracy, bride-elect of showed up most often in French high turtle neck collar.Cardin's -
given in marriage by her fa University Inn. Attending the James George Feiber Jr., 1 fall and winter fashion collections -
brimless cloches West'sTooth
deep Dr.
th r. dinner will be the bridal party, p. m., Mrs. Sam Harn and which ended yesterday.He Brushes
worn slightly to one side,
Attending Miss Gale will be immediate relatives, friends Mrs. David Cofrin, Gainesville a, 'a s ; calls it "snobissimo," and covered almost all the hair. Reg. 75c Each
Miss Marianna Mannelli of Mi and out of town guests. Golf and Country Club. ; It looks like the final step in the
The Dior and Cardin hats
FRIDAY August 7, < movement away from the bouf- 2 for 98CPROFESSIONAL
were almost always in fabricto
Luncheon ComplimentsMiss Rehearsal dinner honoring ant. match the costume.
Gracy-Feiber wedding party, The hair is brushed back When hats and hairdos so
rehearsal 6 ya G I' smoothly, behind the ears, and
following at
Jane HannonMiss p.m. complement each other, it no, SERVICE PHARMACY
at St. Augustine Chapel, Mrs. a r clipped off straight and high longer is a question of either-:
James G. Feiber and Thomas across the nape. There were no or? Women can wear the hairdo

Jane Hannon, bride- low carnations, white chrysanthemums Feiber, Holiday Inn. Mrs. William Charles Mauzy drake tail effects..Alexandre when it's fresh, put on the hat Discount Drugs
elect of James Adkinson, Jr., and baby's breath. I Buffet luncheon I wanted the longest looking when it isn't, or base decisionson
was honored recently at a lunch- The hostess presented bi i s sHannon wedding party and honoring out of Miss Frances Winston Murphree, daughter of Judge and necks possible.The the occasion. 419 S.W. 8th ST.
eon given by Mrs. Sanford W. with a corsage of town guests for the Gracy- Mrs. John Alexander Murphree, became the bride of William hair was set on big rollers Either way, hats look in for a FR 2-5347 FR 2-5348

Coin at the Primrose Inn. yellow carnations and a gift of Feiber wedding, noon, Mr. Charles Mauzy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Crump Mauzyof for body, but not teased. comeback. -- -
Hobart Okla. at 4 in the McCaul Not quite invisible were tin y - -- -
yesterday Chapelof
stainless steel condiment set. p.m.
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Decorating the luncheon table and Mrs. S. J. Adkins, Mr. that often made c
hairpins unruly
the First Church.Dr. .
was an arrangement of yel- The bride-elect's mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Beisler Dr. Baptist wisps conform to the smooth EARL C. MAY .
Joseph W. Hannon, also received and Mrs. Walter E. Murphree Thomas V. McCaul, who also married the bride's outline. { ?
carnation parents, performed the Only members of the families cap and
Recreation yellow corsage. Dr. and Mrs. David Stry- ceremony. Cause and effect can be hard c
Places were marked for the ker, Mr. and Mrs. WilliamB. attended. .r JACK C. MAY t ,
CenterThe following guests: Miss Hannon, Watson Jr., GainesvilleGolf White bridal flowers and magnolia boughs decorated the :
Mrs. Hannon, Miss Rosemary and Country Club. altar and on either side were floor candelabra. Tear Gas Gunsfor Representing

Gainesville Recreation Johnson, Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Wedding of Miss Mary Nuptial music was by Mrs. Selden Waldo, organist. ,<' The Equitable Life : $' :
Department announces that the Mrs. David Bristowe, Mrs. Marguerite Gracy to James Given in marriage by her father, the bride had as maid of Pocket or Purse g 4, Assurance Society ,
Recreation Center Friday and Claude Franks, Mrs. Forbes R. George Feiber Jr., 5 p.m., honor and only attendant, Miss Shirley Lazonby. a ,, >.br .
Saturday night programs will deTamble, Mrs. R. S. Mullin, St. Augustine Chapel. Recep Best man for the bridegroom was John A. Murphree, Jr., Rice-Grose Hardware ; .. # Phone FR 2-3576 A: ., ;

not. be held during August. Mrs. George Putnam, Mrs. tion following at the home of brother of the bride. John Porter. Case, Jr., of Mobile, and Walter -,, l __ ; i

Teen Time and Youth Club John L. Hannon, and Miss Mary the bride's parents, 314 NE Murphree, Jr., were the ushers. y III
will begin again in September. Elizabeth Goin. 4th Avenue. A wedding gown of ivory peau de soie appliqued with Alen-I .
.con lace and seed pearls was worn by the bride. The gown .F.:;: :ri I AUG. 6, 7, 8 r

a I had a V-neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Her fingertip f
1. veil of bridal illusion was fastened to a headpiece of seed ,ors, {
F pearls and she carried an arm bouquet of roses. '

.,, ar Miss Lazonby wore a light blue dress of silk fashioned witha rle !i 3 DAYSwhile

boat neckline, draped bodice and cap sleeves. A headpiece

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boat neckline and cap sleeves. Her pink tulle hat, with a nose .f
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oM tilJi. was of pink rosebuds.A i t quantitieslast .

l\, pale blue sheath of lace was worn by the bridegroom's I'' x
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i; INHIBIT YOU Immediately after the ceremony Judge and Mrs. Murphree
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entertained at a reception at the Gainesville Golf and Country
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> "ANYTHING GOES"This dub.

Hurricane lamps banked with ivy, adorned either side of the
bra and girdle are matchea entrance halL .
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up to give you a new fashion figure The bride's book table, overlaid 'with a cut work linen
Nylon tricot bra 4053 withy cloth, held an epergne arrangement of white roses and daisies. CORDUROYCLASSICS
sheer embroidered nylon marquisette The cake and punch- tables were covered with embroideredlinen I
cups for a young, rounded cloths. On either side of the wedding cake were silver I

uplift, and exceptional separation. candelabra which held epergne arrangements of white roses I
A32.36 BC32.40, 3.95. "Any- and miniature carnations accented with ivy. The silver punch

thing Goes" lon g-le pantie 638 bowls were encircled with ivy and interspersed with miniature .

with extra side control, s-m-I-xl, white roses and carnations. I
Background music was played by Dr. Delbert Sterrett.
1095. Black, white or your favorite Trim button-
s HV colors! Greeting guests at the door were: Mrs. W. G. Troxler and young

,,e, Mrs. A. A. Murphree, aunts of the bride, Miss Louise Kincaid, front shirtdressesUsually
... Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. William Graham, and Mrs. Lance Lazon :,

L by.
H/ Presiding at the bride's book table were Miss Sandra Wins-
ton and Miss Jennie biurpl,ree. Mrs. Michael Jamison, Mrs.
Walter Godwin, Miss Carol Cox, and :Mrs. Thomas Guilford.

.1 Foundations Serving cake were Mrs. 0. J. Angle, Mrs. Guy Hamilton,
and Mrs. Joree McFarlin, aunts of the bride, also Mrs. Cecil
r ,h Gracy, Mrs. Islay Weaver, and Mrs. W. B. Watson, Jr.
Shop-21"1 Floor Punch was served by Mrs. Fred Winston, the bride's aunt, .
Mrs. John Porter Case, Jr., Mrs. Chester Clem, Mrs. James
'
Stringfellow, Mrs. Diana Smith, Mrs. Hayford Enwall, Mrs
7.99
Richard Phillips, Mrs. Fred Mason, Mrs. Nathan Dowdy, -
Mrs. J. C. Adkins Sr., and Mrs. Toby Webb. .X ,
Others assisting were: Mrs. John A. Murphree Jr., Mrs 4 x
Stanley West, Mrs. W. M. Pepper, Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. :
J. N. Anderson Jr., Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr., Mrs. Lewis I' x

TIME IS MONEY. Blalock, Mrs. A. E. Harp, Mrs. Virginia Steen, Mrs. James 9 YS.,
Fieber, Mrs. J. M. McClamroch, Mrs. T. E. Duncan, Mrs. Leo
Thomas, Mrs. Henry Gray, Miss Ann Lazonby, Mrs. Woodrow
Shaw, Mrs. Hoy Williams, Miss Ann Winsor, Mrs. Francis
Myers, Mrs. John Kitchens, Mrs. Williamson Sinclair, and
If You Hove A Room
ApartmentOr '
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Mrs. Blitch. ---
Riley [ ./
I Rice bags were distributed by Miss Martha Stringfellow,
House to Rent Miss Garritt Smith and Miss Patricia Smith, all cousins of the

REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 1'1 I bride.
When the couple left for their wedding trip the bride wore 1 < : i iG. ..
''i a pink linen suit, matching accessories and a corsage of pink f 1 5k. e y '4t
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent : y >
roses. ,
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To Live In Texas S -/ w
it! ,i'a .
The newlyweds will reside at 404 N. Pecan Street, Arlington, > 9 1t
Texas, where Mr. Mauzy is associated with the Jet Research
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Corporation.Out of town guests weret Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauzy,
EVERY DAY until It Is rented: parents of the bridegroom, of Hobart, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. W. G.

Troxler, aunt and uncle of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs.
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: I I Edgar Jones, all of Coral Gables, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Williams ,

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day of Boca Raton, Mr. and Mrs. John Parker Case, Jr., of; '
I Mobile, Alabama, Mrs. E. H. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. David Cox of Start the season with a great fashion buy r ,

: Eustis, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bowman of Crescen City, Mr. ... and charmers +
: 550 per mo. . $1.66 per day our young- -pretty fin i
I and Airs. Michael Jamison of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. fine pinwale cotton corduroy! /, t7. ti ;.
Thomas I Guilford of Tallahassee. y 4 4Vehery
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day -soft,yet rugged, f A. ,, .

I II in vivid 1964 colors. f ; x 4;.
,
$60 pf mo. . $2.00 per day I II OUR GUARANTEE I Misses'sizes 8-18, "ti
I I i 4'.;, 4
juniors 715. Now ', %> >
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day I f t .,.,b ,
TO YOU specially priced for ; f t f. ,# : .H., x
three only, "
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day I days f ; ti,s
i so hurry in I t to- .
II I i S
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day A. You will always pay us a price considerably below / t
; ,
A. FvB skirt,bermeda collar.Hunttr s3
the accepted retail price of the items which you t k .m/ s,
green,.odc r blue dd, (
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day I purchase.B. poppy red. ,4 { ; ,
K. FvB _skirt cads 9a aecki.: ...Hunter 3 t
r
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$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day I Our everyday prices will usually be below sale prices green.Madder blue peppy red.
i of any retail store (provided the item offered is I

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day f not soiled, shopworn, or obsolete) and we guarantee
to meet'or beat any advertised price on merchandise
I that is identical to merchandise which ,-
$95 per mo. .. $3.16 per day w offer.

STORE HOURS
-- $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day I i

I The Furniture Manufacturers s 10 a.m. 9 p.m.

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Monday thru Saturday

THE STORE WITH MORE
AMPLE HOUS e B-L CHARGE-
GAINGf/lLLE SHOPPING CENTER
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS I 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET a CENTRAL CHARGET

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I OSEPHINE NotesBy DEAR HELOISE: item to tote along with all McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY & 1324 E. UNIVERSITY I

We save our old news- the other beach accessories. GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY13TH

JOHN E. CRAPS papers for paper drives. It EVELYN RIEPE
) LOW 1il 4NOverweight PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13TH ST.
has always been a problemto
Mrs. H. L. Gray and the i
Serve On Salad
v. writer led the North South keep the stacks of papers

? Don't Blame field in the Gainesville BridgeClub's neat, and then to tie them in Marinate sliced cucumbersand I CANNON RENOWN MUSLIN l

Monday evening bundles for the salad I
gameat boys to pick serve on greens
As You ShouldDon't the Recreation Center with up. with a garnish of pimiento, I
I Baby-Do 132% match points. There were capers and anchovies. I WHITE WHITE i
nine tables in play and the Recently I discovered that

blame your weight on not the kind I wanted to be. I average score for all pairs was the broad side of the large, j BACK TO SHEETS PILLOW CASES
the little, defenseless new arrival -was tired and cross. 108.
brown paper bags (in whichwe
There is no reason whya "Now I can get into my
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Kirkland get our groceries) are the
woman should lose her clothes and SCHOOLSPECIAL
figure pretty again my
when she has a baby. husband compliments me instead took second place with 125%, exact size of a folded news- FULL SIZE
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robbins $219 2 for 99c
Yet, the first child often triggers of teasing me. Thanks for. were third with 119%, and Dr.! When I picked up the old 81 x 108 I
the help. I might have just
accumulationof your
gradual I and Mrs. J. R. Anderson were papers I slide the pack intoa
pounds which continues stayed in the doldrums if youhadn't 1
fourth with 119. bag in the When I I
made it sound garage. COLD WAVE
through the so easy 93c SIZE
years. Many women and worthwhile." I Mrs. L. A. Garrard and VanA. the bag is full, I keep it I MICRIN
can trace their overweight, May were East West winners broadside and
lying place an- ROLL.A WAY BEDAluminum 6V
or the beginning of it, back to If you have gained weight I with 117%, Mowed by other bag on top of it to con- $]50 ANTISEPTIC. 14 OZ. .
with with
their first baby. your baby or just
Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and Mrs.J. tinue storing more papers.
This is a great mistake! In chocolate cream pie and such F. Wharton, who tied with Frame 1.25 SIZE

the first place, while the scales you may wish to get In shape Mrs. R. W. Jones and R. R. I. This keeps the stack neat :'-....... *Folds EasyStorage For ANACIN 84',".

will show a gain of weight be- for fall clothes.To Johnson, both having 114%, and it Is easy to hand them "..... 100 TABLETS , ,
of the help you do that, I have over to the Scouts without .... ...
cause baby and its nest, and Mrs. W. H. Miller and ...
the proclaimed this "National Josephine having to tie them in bundles. 79c SIZE
woman herself should not Mrs. F. S. Hubbard with ''
Lowman Therapy 110% 'INCLUDES "<
gain. The old idea that a wom- Week." Group The club will hold Its next DEAR HELOISE i t t HAIRCUT Brylcreem 48
an must eat for two has lured : SHAMPOO ,
at 7:30 Witll A
game this at *
I'm going to share such let- evening When you go to the beach, r SET
into
and
many self-indulgence Full SuspensionInterlocking
I the Holiday Inn. Visitors
the above from are an old flannel-backed plastic
ters women
as
Wove Springs v
obesity during the first ,
nancy. preg- who are excited about the re- I always welcome. table cloth is wonderful I *Foam Mattress 1 100 ASPIRIN 1 9-
obtained with the for sun bathing. Put the plas-
sults they've Even,
by Appointment With Heavy Duty
The pregnant woman requires 5 GRAIN U.S.P. TABLETSSUPPOSITORIES
Plan tic side down and the flannel
Beauty Improvement Ticking.
a full, adequate, well- Nippy DressingIcy side and it is ;;8 :
(BIP), a routine of diet and ex- up very com- traces ;
*Leg
balanced diet with special emphasis fortable. PHONE 372-1575 17LIPSTICKS 3 SIZE
excise by which they have lost cold sliced tomatoes
on some foods about HOUSE of BEAUTY
20 pounds and more in just taste delightful with $24.95 VALUE 19 4
which your doctor will tell you, Roquefort The sand shakes off easily 2300 NW 6th St.at 23rd Blvd. ADULT GLYCERIN 12's
eight weeks time. Their enthu- Blue Cheese
or Dressing. and it folds to a small
but it is unwise for her to gorge very I
siasm will provide the encour- J 1.00 VAL
herself in the name of mother'
I hood. agement you need. CHAISE LOUNGE
All you really have to do Is BY H. H. AYERS .. ...... .33
If she does gain weight, it is
eat only 1200 calories a day, doa
important that she lose it as few exercises each dayandstay S."" '.'l. Folds for Easy
soon as allowed by her physician with it faithfully for just HAIR J 5PPVBRITESET Carrying and Storing
Otherwise she will be- short weeks.If ennetff 98
I eight Made of 1" Aluminum
.
accustomed 15 OZ.
come to over- would like to have / ,
you Tubing and
weight and the pounds will lin- all the materials this young
98c SE: Sturdy Varied
ger on. This is especially important mother used for guidance, SHAMPOO Color
if there are other chil- simply send 25 cents (plus 15 LAST 3 DAYS I 29 "" Webbing
dren to follow.If cents for first class mail and COCONUT OIL .. II ..II .

you do not lose the weight special handling) to Jose- ?-- me-
'
you gained with the first baby phine Lowman, In care of SHAMPOOLIQUID
you probably will gain more' The Gainesville Sun. Ask for 2.9]! *7xI4 StrandW.bbi.g

with the second and the process I the BIP KIT. CREME. .. .. .... .
will be cumulative.This May I. Folded To I.'I
Made Into L...,.
mother was headed that 40 BED CAPACITY SUNTAN LOTION SI.2' VAL. Chair

way: NURSING HOME PENNEY'S FAMOUS SHEETSREDUCED .29 $7.99 VALUE 599

...
"Dear Mrs. Lowman: NOW OPEN FAMOUS "KOOLTAN"
"Let me thank you for your
HOME,
STARKE NURSING
Beauty Improvement Plan. It's INC. | 2PC. STAINLESS STEEL VACUUM $1.00 VAL
great. I have had wonderful 101 S. Collcy Rd., Stark Ph. MM27ITht
I .79
success with it. This was my I SAUCEPAN SET CLEANER BAGS .........
first experience with being Ideal

overweight. I gained 40 pounds COTTON BALLS
while carrying my first baby.He RememberanceFor. 69-

is six months old now. .. I t BAG OF 300EVENFLO. .
"You can imagine how I felt i;
Shut-Ins FOR SUMMER WHITE GOODS !
when I tell you that I! 1,, BTLS.
have worn a size ten dress 1 29*
II CREVASSE FLORIST fJ
since I have been grown up. Huvv aAUac 4 OR 8 OZ. SIZE 2 for
2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
That 40 pounds making I *Famous
was anew
I HLAT
Phone FR 6-2514 Americas *
I
$M8 VAL.
woman out of me and I Menu- RESISTANT IRON BOARD
I '-
... f.cturer HANDLES 69-
I *1 Quart i \Y
W 1Usti oacitr PAD & COYER SET- .

MFRS. 3 299 N'S" -

ennetjftftfnA LIST $4.40 . 33
FIRST QUALITY I :: BOX OF 64 . . .

u WHITI
I ( II7I 100 ENVELOPES NEW!I SIX TRANSISTOR
; Y f 33
) tsssfr .. 35/8x6 Vz" SIZE PORTABLE TAPE RECORDER

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6' '''L. With Remote Control Microphone
9-YOLT BATTERY
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BIG BUYS FOR BOYS! SACCHARINE r 19-E, r.

TABLETS 1000 t/ .Grain

YOUR CHOICE ANY I S. "-w.'- **Push Ltyitwel Burton Operation *EarphoneJack
NATIONWIDE MIXED HUTS *High Impact Mottle Cat
E *Complete with lotteries and Tape
TRONO MUSLIN
1OO COTTON Notion-Wide. 14OZ. VACUUM TIN.. 67L
a..w.wn..rww Aww Penney's s cotton
muslins. All perfects! Laboratory- 'COLORS! SPECIAL

3 for $5 tested! BABY PANTS IT TELEPHONE flCKUPATTACHMENT 1999 .:.

PLASTIC! . 4 pair 1." TO DEALERS
Three-generations famous for their firm balanced weave, smooth ; .. i
finish and flawless quality, always a big buy, sensational now. :
.......... CPU U & White *MO VAL
Tz: Ik 20" BREEZE BOX

WHITEtwin 620120127clack. 2. rolls 59
I _
'i cS' 72" x 108" flat or f 1, FAN S1.00 LIST ,

N1't1J' ELASTA-FIT bottom sheet . . . . . y I ,1, 1 MILDEW BAGS i

I 1.49'Z:::;:: : / ,,, *2 SPEEDS LARGE SIZE ... . . ..24
full 81"x 108" flat MANUALLY
1u. or i
SMf VAL.
i .
,
ELASTA-FIT bottom sheet II II II II II II II II II II. 1.68 j9'kl f REVERSIBLE GARDEN HOSE
: j -4 *MAY IE USED 09

Cotton Oxford I rocs Shirts ;K4 IN WINDOW 50-FT. ..... ... ..... .....
pillow cases 42" x 36" . . . . . 2 for .78 ;; 1 tl ABU ON FLOOR.
'.,wr ETC. $1.19 VAL.
I Colorful dark and pastel solids! Woven sizes 6 to 18 -- "< It GAS CAN
Mad. ky' Fam.uI
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stripes! In tapered Ivy models with 3- 67
AmericanManufacturer
button collar box pleat and hongtr PENCALE I METAL 1 GAL. . .
.
fine .
) washable. In 3 $5 I( Penney's *At Exhautt Celt l VT
Machine short
loop.sleeves. I ........, rlNt DrtRCAI. combed cotton percales! All perfects! GuarantM.9 Rums 1499 89c VAL
for IL _._e.aot_=-=: _._ Lab-tested!I I RUBBER GLOVES 49*
.rw.w.wrr.w.rrFamous $24.95 VALUE
PAIR .
I FIRST-QUALITY.
Acrilan
Care-Free Knits I

Penney percales woven of selected long-staple cotton i
Strong shrink resistant Acnlan acrylic sizes 6 to 18 combed to silky smoothness, that homemakers prize for quality I ..
knits with fashion collar and button and value. Hurry! ; FOUNTAIN FEATURES
ptockei. Machint washable. Need little "
or no ironing. In new fall colors. 3 $5 t PENCALE FASHION COLORS FRIDAY

.,
f 'r Deeptones: raspberry ice, copen blue, gold avocado, orange ice. : BAKED MEAT LOAF DINNERWARE SETTWO

: twin 72" x 108" flat or '

ELASTA-FIT bottom sheet II II II . . . 2.47 VEGETABLES ,ut .as vat.
A '
[ full 81" x 108" flat or ROLLS & BUTTER 82 r

, ,., ELASTA-FIT bottom sheet . . . . . 2.73 -.... TEA OR COFFEE

pillow cases 42" x 38'/2" . . . . 2 for 1.21 '


t 4 0 SATURDAY ..
THIS FAMOUS DESIGN "BLUE WILLOWDINNER.
Open Mondoy & Friday .. WARE SET CONSISTS OF M PIECES. IDEAL FOR
... YOURSELF OR TO GIVE AS A GIFT A PI_. '
Rugged Cotton Denim J,:ans Nites Till 9:00 .. FELT STARTER SET. SIT .'
I ROAST BEEI-
,'" : CONSISTS. 4 OF CUPS.4 DINNERPLATES. 4 SAUCERS.SREAD .
sizes 6 to 18 I : 4 AND BUTTER
True western styled Jeans in 13>,'4 I WITH BROWN GRAVY .PLATES.. AND 4 DESSERTOWLS.
oz. blue or 11 Y4 oz. sand cotton denim. : 299
Bartocked pockets and belt loops. Son- $ 1 I TWO VEGETABLES
I
VALUE .
forized in regular, slim and husky 3 I S7.J5 .
sizes.price. Buy now, save at this special low for V I f! ROLLS & BUTTER 82

i COFFEE OR TEA :

Charge Purchase or Open a USE YOUR PENNEY'S CHARGE CARD OR

1 Penneys Charge Account I i. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY i 500 SHEETS FILLER PAPER. 77*



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14 Gainesville Sun Wednesday August 5, 1964

showed Halaby a 4-by-S foot hole .


Households How They Took the Sonic Booms frame in government the bungalow.ceiling to replace of She her wants four modest ceil-the NORTHWESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY MUTUALLIFE

'
Lag in FoodStockpiles ings, all of which have cracks.As SINCE 1857

Nt1U Uark mimt, peak time for protests was mid- tests according to the survey. crack develop in the wall of Halaby left her home she

morning. The eight boom -FAA Administrator Najeeb!his father's garage. said she would like to ask him 6 ::; ; 1iiPROGRAMMING

By EVERT CLARK flights'were flown in daylight E. Halaby stopped off in the 101- "I'm glad you boys showed up one question and that was how a J

OKLAHOMA CITY Prelim- hours. degree heat here to visit two about he pronounced his first name. &
WASHINGTON (AP) AnAgriculture I because I'm kinda teed off
Department survey Inary reports on a recent test Protests decreased on holidays persons who have complainedthat i Jr.AUDITING SERVICES
that boom business, Martin "Well, in Oklahoma City it's Jim H. Dowfing,
indicates that American of public reaction here to the and weekends and increased the booms damaged their said. "When those things startyou'd mud," Halaby replied.Mrs. Special Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
housewives are maintainingfood sonic booms created by super- whenever property. l05 W. Univ. Are. KEY-MAN SPLIT-DOLLAR
court suits, city think the damn roof was Waddy agreed and said Rm. 206 Secu. Bldg.
stocks in insufficient sup- sonic airliners indicate that 10 council meetings or other events Ray Martin, 53, told Halaby going to go off." that no other community should I 376-9783 PARTNERSHIP
to for their familiesin 20 cent of those inter-
plies care to per called public attention to the that the booms had caused a Mrs. .Helen,Waddy, a widow,, be subjected to boom tests. .
the event a national emergency -. viewed objected to the booms

cuts them off from sup and felt strongly enough to

plies.; make formal complaints.In .

The survey indicated that
the test 1,253 booms were
,
nearly a third of the home-
makers who participated in the created by military planes between SENSATIONAL LIMITED TIME OFFER ON
Feb. S and July 30. All
study thought they would run
but few booms stayed within
out of food in their homes in a
a noise range that scientists believe -
about week less. ,
a or rte
the public will tolerate.
Close to another third reported -

they could stretch their food Some of the preliminary find-

supplies to last more than a ings of University of Chicago ::,4
week, but not more than two researchers were made public

weeks. The remainder estimated -here by the Federal Aviation

their supplies would last Agency.

more than two weeks.
The department said findingsof Small samplings from the

the survey appear to have first two surveys of public opin-
ion showed that 10 to 20 per
clear implications for civil defense -
cent of those interviewed ex-
planning. The govern-
ment has issued recommendations pressed "Varying degrees of \ NYLONAIREBoy

from time to time on negative reactions," accordingto
the FAA.
home stockpiling.

Dwellers in congested areas About 4 per cent made tele- ,

appear to be more prone to phone complaints, wrote letters, S
rapid food depletion than signed petitions or took 'other

householders in less populous direct action," the samplings \ \
parts of the country, the department -showed. ": "

said. Likew 1 s e, I
homemakers in multiple-unit These initial findings could II OIllkf ,1

structures< were general-, differ from the final results,

!y less optimistic than thoseIn which are to be published late "\

single-unit structures about next month. I

the length of time their cur- The surveys found that the

rent last.food stocks could be madeto majority from of housewives the complaintscame and the 1st Tire at Price Listed Below \ I


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Called AlarmingWASHINGTON ONLY'I


(AP,) Sen. and 'goof balls' sold illegally

Thomas J. Dodd has charged equals, and might actually exceed '
that the illegal sale of addict- the amounts sold legallyin

Ing drugs popularly called the nation's drug stores. 1
"goof balls" and "pep pills" He said the Pharmaceutical

has reached enormous proportions Manufacturers Association,
possibly greater than composed of the drug manufacturing wiac i

their legal sale. i firms, is among those
In testimony for a Senate who have "approved of or en-

Public Welfare Subcommitteeon dorsed this bill over the past
'
Health, he appealed for 3th years."

swift approval of legislation he Dodd sad this bill would apply _
has sponsored which would to "all non-narcotic drugs

give law enforcement officials capable of producing serious All Tires

broad new powers to deal with psychotoxio effects when
the problem. The subcommitteeis abused."
conducting hearings on the Narcotic drug control laws do MountedFREE

not apply to many of the non-
bill."There
are no adequate fed- narcotic preparations the sena-

eral controls over the distribu- tor said are dangerous

tion of these drugs," Dodd Dodd said Investigation after
investigation has shown "the
said.The
drugs in question are use of these drugs has a direct

known as "psychotoxic" drugs, causal relationship to increased -
largely barbiturates and am- crimes of violence" includ- Popular Sizes

phetamines."We ing sex offenses, and that then-

now know," Dodd said, use by young men and womenis
"that the volume of the ex- growing "at an alarmingrate. wa s-

tremely dangerous 'pep pills' ."
TuheleTuteType I


Keys Recreation \ Ps Taos .

B uy B IIY'

SIZE TYPE fiRST 11nI. SECOND Tide

Plan Is DroppedTALLAHASSEE Now'I 6.70-15 Tabed-TypeBlackwaD $4.95 3tT.00 Now!'

6.70-15 Tubed-Type Whitewall 17.95 $5.00 \
V"
(AP) The In other action during the 6.70-15 Tubeless Blackwan Si 7.95 .15.00

Cabinet abandoned Tuesday its 'weekly meeting, the Internal E.
efforts to establish a huge public Improvement Fund trustees formally 6.70-15 Tubeless Whitewall .20.96 $5.00
Made with
recreation in the upper Keys : approved the agreement 7.50-14 Tubeless BlackwaU $' 7.9/5 a.oo
area south of Miami. under which the Florida Canal B:
William Kidd, director for the I Authority will borrow $1.% mil- rf retone 7.50.74 Tubeless Whitewall $20.9a $8.00 -.J' Oftt

Cabinet Internal Improvement :lion to acquire land for the *All tires plus tax
Fund trustees, reported the vast ,cross-state barge canal. Surplus *' NO LIMIT +

development in Dade and Mon- canal rights-of-way lands were Sup-R-Tuf S .d4
roe counties would not be feas- pledged for security.The GUARANTEEis

ible since Monroe County re- agreement was approvedin honored by thousands and

fused to authorize a public road principle more than a month RUBBER thousandsof Firestone dealers

connecting the lower end of the ago; today's action was approval and stores in the United States

Islandia development with Key of the details. The same miracle &Canada...whereveryou travel

Largo. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FULL' LIFETIME GUARANTEE
FICTITIOUS NAME rubber used infamous
"This means the public won'tacquire
Pursuant to Section MS.W. II IorIda gains defects In workmanship ..4
title to any land on Is- Statutes notice Is hereby given that the materials and rod hazard ***** =
undersigned, ROBERT C. Luke. doing Firestone (except repairable puncture) for the
landia, Kidd reported.Gov. business under the firm name of Central life of the original tread.

Farris Bryant added: :.pony,Florida 1430 SE Drywall 96th Street.Construction Gainesville Com, Race Tires for extra NO UMIT ON MILES OR MONTHS |
"We tried real hard and lacked Alacftua County. Florida intends to register -
said fictitious name under the provisions ...replacements a,. prorated CM
ene vote on the (Monroe) Coun- of the aforesaid Statute. safety and d ura bitity. tread wear and based on Firestone)
Dated at Gainesville. Florida, thU 13th puce current at tome of adjustment.;
ty Commission."But day of July, A. D.. 164. JThe Greatest Tire Name in Racing
having failed to put it SHIRLEY LUKE
(3488) 7:15. 22 2t j t.i
together, I think we should go FOR SALE: the following piece of property
ahead with the proposals for by the Alachua County :'CNlramo; -
Islandia and Seadade." vlile Public I Florida Instruction., the description Located follows:- p ai Freston Stores;competitively price at Firestone Dealers and at all service

The offshore city of Islandia "Lot 11, Block 1 of Mauittby's ReplatIn
Campvllle as per plat thereof recorded
sought right of way across In Plat Book -C". page 47. pubic
records of Alachua County. Easterlyof
state-owned Biscayne Bay bot- State Road 200; Lying within 141 feet
of the survey line of State Road 200. EVERAIN LAWN SPRINKLER Discoverer 42 PIECE
tomland for a causeway to con- Section 26060 Mid survey line described
nect it with the mainland in as follows: Begin on the South line
of the SE W" of the SW W" of Section BLINKER
Dade County. I 3X Township t south. Range 22 Eastat Sensational Low Price I DRILL SET
a point 1073.80 feet East of the
The mdtimiflion-dollar Sea- Southwest comer thereof, then North
needs 22 degrees 20' 2f West 1309.22 feet to IWI-liLi
dade port development I 1
the Southwesterly extension of the North WAS
right-of-way in the same area Block S 970
Maultsby'sctReplat 1In Data a
for a deepwater channel to the point 2B.4S ft. southwesterly Campvllle of the N. W. [Powerful searchlight 4-Q-TJ1 $16.66NOW
"* pivots 180'Automatic $999
Atlantic Ocean. corner thereof
For further Information call I. D. "customer red warning 9 9
There were some conflicts in Manning! Jr. Superintendent. Limit ono per I 'f I
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By JOE REIOILER Giants finished third last year. ed between Dark and club own- with the club since. As a mat- white ball players told Isaacs we were doing

NEW YORK (AP) Al Dark, The Giants currently are in er Horace Stoneham since the ter of fact, that's against club comes to mental of things wrong on the
whose San Francisco Giants are start of the season. A sentimental policy. "Isaacs visited with
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second place, VA games behind he said. "I told him
locked in a battle with the Phil- man, proud of his close rela- Dark's latest difficulty stems San Francisco two we

adelphia Phillies for the National the Phillies. The Giants pickedup tionship with his employes, from an article written by columnist and we discussed not running the bases

League pennant, will not be one-half game on the idle Stoneham reportedly was hurt Stan Isaacs of News- wrong with the club, we were throwing to the

back as manager next year, The Phillies Tuesday night with a 4- last spring by Dark's failure to day, a Long Island daily, which Dark. "There was bases, and making aH

Associated Press was told today 3 triumph over the New York inform him of a managerial of- quotes him as saying Negro cial involved. The story of other mental errors and

by a club official. Mets in 14 innings. fer made to him by the Houston players are physically superiorbut papers implied that it

Dark's dismissal may be im Reported statements of preju- club for 1965. mentally inferior to white "I was definitely plays.

minent. According to the dicial nature by Dark against The breach has widened in re- players. on some of the things I have six Negro and

source, it would not be too greata Negro players charges whichhe cent weeks to a point where Sto- Dark, at the press conferenceheld other statements speaking players on the

surprise if Dark were fired has denied have nothing to neham reportedly nas decided a prior to Tuesday night's formed. I don't think team and I think he just

before the end of the season do with Dark's untenable posi- change in managers was neces- game, denied this as well as meant to do me any it for granted I said those

perhaps even before the end of tion, according to the source. sary. other statements attributed to think it was a
because I am a Souther-
the month. Dark, at a hastily called press Informed of The AP's story, him by Isaacs, who also quoted ing. A case of

Dark has been managing the conference Tuesday night, did Dark obviously was shaken. At Dark as having said: He came to me after and they are Negroes.

Giants since 1961. He led the what a Giant spokesman said first he refused comment, but "Mental Alertness""We had appeared nd you are going to make

club to a pennant after a playoff was a 'thorough and honest job then said: (the Giants) have.trouble He said he had not statements, you've got to

with the Los Angeles Dodgers in of scotching these malicious. ac Two-Year Pact because we have so many Ne- come out the way it did. stupid or ready to quit

1962 but the Giants lost the cusations." "I signed a two-year contractin gro and Spanish speaking play- Earlier, 'Dark I don't think I am stu-

I World Series in seven games to Strained Relations September of 1962 and ers on this team. They are just Commissioner Ford and I want to remain in

the New York Yankees. The Strained relations have exist- haven't discussed my future not able to perform up to theCLAY whom he had requested ."


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Wednesday, August 5, 1964

By ARTHUR DALEY Page'j By MIKE RATHET Yankees Killebrew's three-run homer

Ntm Vork mimts Associated Prfess Sports Writer ahead of broke open a tight game in the

Doesn't anyone here want that White Sox seventh with the Twins leadingby

NEW YORK Perhaps the idea was too far-fetched In pennant? a only 54. Killebrew drove in

the first place. But it had to seem worth the gamble to BACKERS That was the big question in stroked
four for total of
it runs a 85, one
Murray Rose, three-time Olympic swimming champion for the American League today aft- I.37th homer shy of Boston's leagueleadingDick

Australia and now a resident of California. He would attemptto er the three top contenders er barrage
Stuart.
"qualify" for the Aussie team to Tokyo by delivering so played kickthegameawayTuesday I sota to a
Tony Oliva, Bob Allison, Rich
in the American last PUSHING BOUTLOUISVILLE ton and
smashing a performance championships night. Rollins and Earl Battey also

weekend that no selection committee would dare refuse Here's the way it went: homered in support of Jim

him a place on the squad. The first-place New York Cleveland
Grant 97. Bill Monbouquette 7-
,
Rose delivered the performance. Although the handsome Ky. (AP) ing new since Liston never has Yankees held a 1-0 lead on two-hit 9, lost it.Ridzik's.

blond has not quite regained his sharpest form after an The backers of heavyweight been licensed in New York and Mickey Mantle's homer and Ford, sharp relief work -

18-month layoff from competition, he still shattered theworld's champion Cassius Clay intend to none of his fights can be held were cruising behind ace left turns on he allowed only singles! by Chico

record for 1,500 meters with a truly extraordinary have him take on Sonny Liston there. Clay is licensed there and hander Whitey Ford when sure- hip injury, Salmon in the fourth and the
17:01.8.: The entire aquatic world awaited the reaction from Kubek suddenly jam in the ninth the done for the
fingered Tony job
despite the New York State Ath- would be welcome." a got
down under with far more than normal curiosity. It came committed two errors in two innings walks to Senators after they scored four
with letic Commission's oppositionand 'The New York Commission ,
swiftness.
astonishing Gentile.
and helped Kansas City to runs in the second on six sin-
Unlike the complaisant Aussie tennis fathers who reinstateda call for reprisal if the boutis quoted a WBA resolution prohi-, in it. I
5-1 gles.
a victory.The
disobedient Roy Emerson in order to bulwark their Davis held. biting contracts calling for return Baltimore When

Cup prospects, the Australian swimming union consists in The Clay backers plan to have bouts. It requires automatic second-place scoring

the main of stiff-necked blokes of uncompromising rigidity.If him defend his title against Lis- suspension for any commis- Orioles were locked in a score- Tresh's I i

Rose dropped a bombshell in their laps by his record, ton in a match promoted by In- sion approving any such prohi- less battle with Los.Angeles un- get by

they tossed it right back at him even before the echoesof tercontinental Promotions, Inc., bited championship return bout til the fourth inning when Norm scored ;

the explosion had died away. The secretary of the swim- Gordon Davidson said Tuesday.He and for any boxer, manager or Siebern dropped a two-out foul In the

ming group, W. Berge Phillips, primly announced that there is the attorney representingthe promoter participating in sucha pop and the Angels rushed Causey get BALTIMORE Night Game LOS ANGELES
syndicate handling the 22- bout. across five runs and went on to bl abrhbi abrhbi
was no chance of Rose being added to the squad becausehe throwing 0 Brandt cf 101 0 Perry cf 4 1 21
had' not won his place through qualification in the year-old champion. Ed Lassman, WBA president, a 5-0 triumph. and 1 Aparicio IS 4 0 1 0 Green If 2000
1 Siebern 1b 3 0 0 0 Piersall If 1010
Australian national championships. Earlier Tuesday, the New has said his group would take 3-0 Lead home. 0 Powell If 4 0 2 0 Frego" 51 4 0 1 2
York Commission stated its The third-place Chicago White 0 B.Rob's'n 3b 4 0 0 0 Smith rf 41 2 0
op- the issue
of the second
up Lis- 1 Bowens rf 10 1 0 Adcock 1b 3 0 0 0
Foolish Move position to the match and urged ton-Clay fight at its conventionat Sox were leading Detroit 3-0 and 0 Brown c 4 0 1 0 Rodgers c 3 1 0 0
Ford, 0 Adair 2b 10 0 0 Satriano 3b 4015
that serious sanctions be imposed had allowed -
Peters
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 26-30. left-hander Gary 0 Vineyard II 1 0 1 0 Knoop 2b 3110
This has to be the epitome of foolishness and the Aussie on any state agency approving only a bunt single through 13 0 Kirkland ph 1 0 0 0 D.Lee II 2112
but 1 1 Orsino ph 1 0 0 0 Litman II 1 0 0 0
press, never too noted for shyness or restraint, will un the fight. seven innings when he came game 4 Johnson ph 1000
doubtedly give the swimming authorities the excoriation they PGA Moves gave up Totals 35575 Totals 31555
Ruling apart, was slammed for four I. walked six. Baltimore ........... .. goo 000 000-0
deserve. This isn't an ordinary athlete who is being spurned. The commission said its ruling runs and a 4-3 defeat by the Tig Los Angeles ... ......... 000 500 OOx-S
Dave
This is Murray Rose, a double Olympic champion in 1956 as E-Slebern. AparIcio, Satrlano. DP-
was based "not only on the Orioles and Baltimore 1. LOB-Baltlmor. 4, Los An-
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of
a 17-year-old schoolboy and a winner again in 1960. Even character of the manipulations Out ClubPALM ers.The frantic fumbling left ther geles 7.
before this wonder of the waves demonstrated his remark- the fourth SO 2B-Brandt. Smith, Perry SB-Perry,
attending the bout at Miami but 6 s-Latman.
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able skills in the national championships of the Amateur BEACH GARDENSAP I ed the Petersburg"I 0 Rodgers. IP H R ER.8 SO
for the reason that Liston was walks and 4 Vineyard, L. 2.2 .. ::1 2-3 5 5 0 4 4
Athletic Union of the United States in California
some Amer- r' .............
interested in the promoting cor- ( )The Professional Golfers 5 Hall H 1 0 0 0 0
ican experts offered opinions of his talents."I Bertalna ........ 2 2 0 0 0 1

have to believe," said Gus Stager of Michigan, head poration the which return had bout.planned" to Association has moved out of its r D.McNally Lee ....:::::::.2 12.3 l : : : :

coach of the U. S. Team at Rome, "that Rose is the promote new clubhouse. The grounds and bI Latman .W, 4-9 .. 4 ).3 J 0 0 0 2
The commission said such a -2:38. A-9,192.
greatest swimmer" who ever lived, greater even than Johnny return bout contract "violatesthe I I clubhouse staff have been laid 3 0 Night Game

Weissmuller. spirit and the word of the off. 3 DETROIT CHICAGO
"The Old Man of the Sea," said George Breen, an Olympic 4 ab r" bl ab r h bI
resolutions and directives I Tuesday's move came on the 0 lumpe 2b 4 1 2 0 H'shb'ger rf 4 1 1 0
medal winner behind Rose at both Melbourne and Rome. 1 Thomas d 1 1 1 1 Buford 2b 2010
agreed upon by all boxing agen- heels of a PGA suit filed this 1 Kaline rf 4 0 0 0 Weis 2b 0 0 0 0
He said it with a tender sort of admiration. "When he'sright i 0 Demeter 1b 4 1 1 3 Robinson ph 1 0 0 0
cies, including the World Boxing week in circuit court ..T2r k
asking 0 Brown If 10 0 0 Ward 3tJ 10 0 0
match him. He's still the best in the
no one can Association." $150,000 in damages from JohnD. 0 Freehan C 3 0 0 0 Skowron 1b 4 0 2 1
world." The 0 Wed 3b 3 0 0 0 Stephens If 3110
Clay recently signed for the MacArthur, developer of 0 McAuliffe IS 3 0 0 0 Hansen II 41 1 1
the Wlck'sham p 1 0 0 0 Landis cf 2 0 0 0
'Wait And See' defense against Liston, the man Palm Beach Gardens where the double 12 Wood ph 1 1 1 0 McCraw If 1 0 0 0
he dethroned in February. At clubhouse is situated. ys k. Gladding p 1000 Martin c 10 : 1
Peters II 4 0 0
"I honestly don't know where I stand," said Rose to this reporter the time of the announcement it their third
PGA officials contend Mac- the hands Totals 32 4 S" Totals 13 I S I
before the meet. "If my performances here are bad, was reported Liston had disposed 5. ..
Arthur he did. Detroit eGO 000 040-1
there is no problem. But if they're good-well, we'll wait of his IPI stock. says Stars : ChICIgO "..".".,"...".."..".."... 020 000 100-1_
and see. I've been out of touch with them back home but Davidson said the proposed PGA officials at the adminis- I E-None. DP-Detrolt 1. LOB-Detroit

It's my understanding that the selection committee can picka fight was "part of the original trative headquarters in Dunedin i 9crg.is. ?mom, ,'.. :W. ..,. son.Atlanta 5.2B-Slephens Chicago I. Hansen, Martin Skowron

man if 'There are unique and unforeseen circumstances.' price exacted by Intercontinental were not immediately available I, TONY KUBEK I Club 8-0 2 1 HR-Demeter (13).I IP S-Buford.H R ER.I SO

Do I fall into that category?" ," in which the syndicate for comment. Boots TwiceGiants' II I I behind the 1 WlCk'sham Gladding W. .13-1. 7 2 I 0 3 0 0 3 2 0 2 1

You sure do, old boy, even though the Australian Swim agreed that if Clay won he Gus 2 0 Peters, L, 12-6 9 5 4 4 4 4

ming Union fails to see it that way. Not at this time any- would make his next defense for Robert 2 0 ens.HBP-By PB-Frllhan.Wickersham 2 T-2:24., landis A-22,474., Step/\

way. IPI. 'StaffIs They

"When the Australian swimming team was selected last "Welcome"As game of a
Local Teams
February," he continued, "I really hadn't given the Olym- for the New York action, again ) bI
pics much thought. They seemed too far away. Even had I as Robert 0
Davidson said, "it's really noth- 0 TT
thought seriously of them, I couldn't have afforded to go Hospitalised batters 0 J.UlO cl re d Out
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back. After an, I was making my living here in Californiaand :
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it would have cost me a thousand or so dollars to Club in -
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make the trip home. :ts NEW YORK (AP) The San negative and the ailment was ; g g ville teams were knocked out
: ; Francisco Giants' staffis described muscular but esti- Santeveit,
"Besides, I hadn't competed since the British Common- .; pitching as 0 of action here last night in the
in the hospital. mates were that the 15-game Ivo Rabell 2 0 0 0
wealth games in 1962. I kept in condition by surfing and : Atlanta i first round of the Sub-District
Juan Marichal the right- winner could be out for two
water skiing. But about six weeks ago I began to swim ace Club 0 0 i 2 slow pitch softball tuorna-
bander of the conten- weeks.
again and enjoyed it so much that I soon was on a two- pennant ment.
ders called Al Dark Marichal 15-5 with a 2.55 clock, and J
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a-day schedule. When I did 4:20.7: for 400 meters in a Los by Manager i First Methodist at a n e s-

Angeles meet a few weeks ago, I knew I was not far from '\.. "my pitching staff," may be earned run average and a brilliant -at Harris ; vile was beaten, 15-6, by host
top form." ia lost to the Giants for nearly two ratio of 144 strikeouts to 35 rent road Brooker, and First Baptist of

back ailment. walks said the pain began a team Is Gainesville forfeited
Rose clipped 5 seconds off that time in the Nationals at weeks with a to Terrell's
Los Altos the past weekend but was so short of speed work The latest setback for the week ago and has increased. West. :: ::: : : : 1 0 Gulf of Keystone Heights.
Giants came Tuesday night and -- 0 In the other game, Naegers
that he still. trailed Don Schollander, who smashed Rose'sworld
record of 4:13.4 with a dazzling 4:12.7. Two days followed the recent loss of an- flISCOP .. 3 0 0 1 1 Auto Sales I of Lawtey sma s Ii-

later Murray dropped his blockbuster with a record at 1,500 other starter, Jack Sanford. ed First Methodist of Anthony,

meters. It was a shot heard 'round the world, especiallyin Sanford underwent an operationlast 1>1.
Australia.It Y month for removal of an el Tomorrow night's semifinal

seems inconceivable that a nation can spurn his distinctive a. >ZS bow obstruction and is lost for action pits Noegel and Brooker
talents sake dubious the r ( at 7 o'clock and Terrell's and
for the of a principle, especially -
season.Examination LEAGUEW
AMERICAN
of Garden Restaurant of Starke
when the loophole of "unique or unforeseen" permits a L Pet. G...
winner New York 633.6I to Philadelphia at 8:30. No games are schedul-
graceful escape. He will be in Tokyo, either as a television Marichal, a 25-game Baltimore M 41 .617 San Frantisc
commentator this will make him a professional or as last season who was tied with Chicago .4 41 .610 1 Cincinnati a ed for tonight.
11 Pittsburgh
Los Angeles 57 54 .514 The finals will be Sat.
a most productive member of the Aussie team, presumingthat Los Angeles' Sandy Koufax for Boston 52 55 .486 14 Milwaukee played
51 55 .431 U'A St. Louis at 8 o'clock.
Minnesota urday night
the most victories in the majors
the authorities down under get second thoughts. Detroit 52 57 .477 15 Los Angeles

Rose would be a cinch to be the Olympic favorite at 1,500 going into Tuesday night's program Cleveland Kansas City 41 48 59 45 .J37:&A' 24 II% Chicago Houston

meters, would be among the favorites at 400 meters and was taken to Harkness' Washington 42 70 :375 MV4 New York :

would immeasurably reinforce the Aussie relay teams. Only Pavilion for extensive examination -' Yesterday Results Los Angeles taste:
,
blind stubborness can bar him from his rightful place as and will remain there at Los Minnesota Angeles 12.5 Boston Baltimore 4 S Cincinnati San -

an Olympic competitor. Both Murray Rose and Australia deserve MIKE DITKA least through Friday. Detroit Kansas 4.City Chicago 5. New 3 York 1 Chicago Only game 4. St

a better fate than that Bear Tight EndBEARS' X-rays taken Tuesday were Washington 4, Cleveland 2Today's
Games Houston at
New York at Kansas City N San
Detroit at Chicago. N
Los Angeles
Boston at Minnesota N Milwaukee at ; _
I OFFENSE IS CLICKING Washington at Cleveland. N Chicago at
Baltimore at Los Angeles.Games NTamorr.nls Los Angeles __

New York at Kansas City Houston at
By JACK HAND Rensselaer, Ind. open up more this season" said ting, former Cleveland Brown, Boston Detroit.at t MifmewU Chicago. N Chicago Milwaukee at at t1tE l0.Xi0 01 A F11A pGARf1TE
'
"Our defense came around Halas. "The addition of Rich'' is the No. 1 split end. Of course, Only games scheduled. Only games !

CHICAGO (AP) There's after the sixth day of camp and I Kreitiing and Gary Barnes Mike Ditka is the tight end. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW '

bad news for the College All- has been improving every day," gives us added strength on the' A future Bear, Mike ReiBy of Syracuse 45 L 45 Pd..591 0'.i. Tampa

Stars. George Halas thinks his said the 69-year-old owner- left side. Of course, the club still Iowa, was one of the two co- Jacksonville Buffalo AS 41 M..57I 47 .sao 2V4 1 OrlandoM

coach. "Now our defense is be- is shaken by the tragic loss of captains named Tuesday by the Rochester 59 47 .557 4 Lakeland
Chicago Bears' offense finally Is to and Willie Gal- All-Stars. linebacker Toronto 54 55 JD5 Tfi Miami
ginning perk up. John Farrington Reilly, a Richmond 52 M .481 12 Ft. .
beginning to click for Friday The Bears' offense never did imore." was the Beads' No. 4 draft. He Columbus 42 47 .315 22V* Dayton a great
Atlanta 37 74 .333 Bib Sarasota with
night's game at Soldier Field. kindle any burst of enthusiasmlast The Bears' first offensive unitto is rated a good bet to make the Todays Games

"For the first time in 18 daysI year, when the team droveto open against the All-Stars ball club when he joins the pros Toronto Buffalo at at Colombo Richmond 2 Daytona Fort -

am encouraged by a showing the National Football League will have Bill Wade at quarterback after Friday's game. Rochester Syracuse at at Atlanta Jacksonville.2'Y&erday's 2 Orlando Sarasota 9 3,, Half

of) cohesion and proper execu- championship behind a solid Ron Bull at left half, George :Mira, the fabulous Result
at Atlanta, rain Orlando at
Syracuse postponed
tion by our offense," Halos said ball-hungry defense."I Johnny Morris at right half and quarterback from Miami, was Rochester at Jacksonville postponed. rain Tampa at "."f/J.Lw"Y

Tuesday at the Bears' camp in I think we will be inclined to Joe Marconi at fullback. Krei- picked as the other cocaptajn. Buffalo Richmond\ 10 1 Cehmip, Toronto 4 I Miami Fort at St. f.
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Four Games Set Tonight

Homecoming PerfectBy :.M.. : .; 'II



In Softball Tournament '
HAL BOCK Reds wouldn't be able to play game, which was delayed three enjoyed any of them as much as '

Associated Press Sports Writer one game Tuesday night but be- times by rain. the double welcome home gift 'i J.I

The Cincinnati Reds planned fore the evening was over they Clinched It his dub presented him with Four games are on tap tonight of Gainesville vs. Guerdon of Springs meets City of Lake Cityon

a perfect homecoming for Fred had beaten the Braves twice S-2 In between rain delays, the Tuesday.Jim at City Park as the Amateur Lake City on field No.1. and field No. 2. .
Braves had trimmed Cincinnati's Davenport's 14th inning Softball Association Sub- Palatka No. 1 Ocala No. 2 i
Hutchinson and they weren't and 42. vs. Fulps of Gainesville and Ocala j I I
lead to 32. But Leo Carde- hit-and-run single scored Jose
about to let the weather or the Hutchinson who had been 'nas' district men's fast pitch soft- on field No. 2. No. 1 both received first round \\
two-run triple in the sev- Pagan from first and ended an-
ball tournament into In 9 o'clock the host
Milwaukee Braves get in their hospitalized for a week, returned swings ac games byes.
enth clinched it. other Giants-Mets marathon.San PalatkaNo.
Gainesville Wings test
to the club but left the J Ji
way. tion.Playing Business
It looked for awhile like the bench midway through the firstBoxes John Edwards' run-producing Francisco had taken a 3-1 at 7:30 will be Schlitz 1 on field No. 1, and High Champ
single broke a 2-2 tie in the seventh lead in the 11th on Orlando Cep- i Fulps earned a berth In the

inning of the nightcap help eda's two-run single but Jim tourney by winning the Business .

I I ing the Reds wrap up the sweep.In Hickman tied it again for the Tampa Splits Doubleheader League this past season.

other National League action Mets with a pinch single in the Lyna Doverspike or Tommy

San Francisco struggled 14 Bottom of the inning. .4:7: Atwood will be on the moundfor J
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First Game Night Cam innings before edging New York The last time the Giants and With Daytona Keeps LeadBy Wings, runnerup in the City

MILWAUKEE CINCINNATI CHICAGO ST. LOUIS 4-3, Chicago blanked St. Louis 4- Mets played in New York, they JIM OTOOLE League to Budweiser.

brhbl abrhbl ab r h bl ab r h bl 0 and Los Angeles swept a twi- went 23 innings and nearly 7tt Wins 12th THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fort Lauderdale's Mike Fer- Budweiser is defending state
Mathews 3b 2 0 01 Rulz 2b 4000 A'lfltane 2b < 01 2 Flood cf 4000
Kolb pr 30 2000 Keougl rf 3110 Burke rf :3120 Brock If 4020 night doubleheader from Pitts- hours before San Francisco in the in- champion and is exempt from
Meye cf 4 01 0 Pinson cf 4100 Williams If :3112 Groat ss 4000 raro doubled eighth
Florida
State
Aaron rf 4000 Rob'son If 4010 Santo 3b :3000 Boyer 3b 3000 burgh 5-1 and 107. r J Tampa split a sub-district and district play. t'
Carty If :3000 Johnson ID :3223: Banks Ib 4010 White Ib 4030 The Reds' double victory won.Former Cardinal Lew Bur 0-W League doubleheader with Daytona ning to drive in two runs for 1
Alou 1b 101 0 Edwards c 2100Bailey Cowan cf 4000 Shannon rf 4020 Leading hitters for Wings are
c 4010 Cardenas ss :3012 Bertell c 4000 Javier 2b 2000 moved Cincinnati within 3% dette pitched his first shutout in Beach Tuesday night to the Yankee's victory over St. first baseman Don Fulton and
Wood'ard pr 0 0 0 0 Boros :30 :3000 Rodgers 4110 Skinner ph 1000 i
Menke ss 4220 Purkey p :3000 BurdeN. p 4110 Maxvill 2b 1000 games of National League-lead more than a year as the Cubs maintain a 2% game league Petersburg.There third sacker Churck Abrams.
DelaHoz 2b 4010 McCarver 4 0 1 0 .t
Cloninger p 2020 Sadeckl p c 2010 ing Philadelphia and only two blanked St. Louis. Billy Wil- lead. will be a 25 cents ad- The tourney will continue the

Oliver Torre ph ph 1011 1000 Spiezio Warwick ph ph 1 1010 0 0 0 games back of the second place liams clouted his 25th homer for 3 The Islanders won the first mission charge for all the sub- remainder of the week, windingup

Totals 31 2 f 2 Totals 2t S S SMrtw.uk. Totals 34 4 7 4 Totals. :3151 Giants. Chicago and Burdette won his game on the batting of center district games. with the champohship! bat

.* ....._.....__.__ aOl 000 100-1 Chicago ................. 000 102 24
Cincinnati ................. 300 000 20x-5C St. Louis .................000 toO 00-I Went Route eighth game, seven of them fielder Larry Gunnell. He hada tle at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Jim O'Toole went the route in after he traded double and triple and two Winner of the will
tourney
-D La Hoz. DP-Milwaukee 1. Cincinnati E-Groat DP-Chlcago I. LOB-Chicago coming was to Shortstop Jim Fregosi of the go
1. LOB-Milwaukee 7. Cincinnati. 2. 6. St. Louis 10.28Sh.nnon. the nightcap, winning his 12th in the Cubs in May. 4 sir RBI's. Gunnell scored the win- to Jacksonville Aug. 13 -1415
38-Cardenas HR-Johnson (15) Los Angeles Angels originally
HItWIIII.ml(2J. ,
IP H R ER BB SO SB-Brock,Rodgers.Cowan.IP 16 decisions. Bob Purkey (5-6)( ) Sandy Koufax became the ning run In pitcher Ed Marino's for[ the district tournament. Dis

Clonlnger U 10-10 2 3 0 1 < H R Eit I. SO won the opener with ninth in- first pitcher to win 16 games but single. signed with the Boston Red trict champ then goes to the ,
Tietenauer ....... 2 :3 2 2 1 0 LBurdette. W. 1-4 t 10 0 0 2SildKkl 4
Purkey, W, 54 .. 0 2 2 1 5 L. 121 .1' 4 :3 2 5 ning help from Sammy Ellis. needed ninth inning help from Tampa came back in the sec- Sox. state event.
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Ellis 1 0 0 0 0 0 Craig 2-1 0 0 1 0 the Islanders
chest Bob Miller ond to
Purfcey faced 2 men In tm.T Schultz .........2 1. 0 8 1 Hutchinson fighting a to wrap up the first game whip
-2:00. PB-Bertell, McCarver. T-MS. A13.723. cancer, was hospitalized for game victory against the Pi- 82. John Weghorn hit three fori This Is A Family Billiard Room

Night Game tests last Monday. The 44-year- rates. Koufax allowed six hits, three, including a triple. Jake;

MILWAUKEE- abrhbl CINCINNATI abrhbl SAN FRANCISCO Night Came NEW YORK old manager spent most of his struck out six and walked five Martinez was two for four, Including -; Mothers and Fathers

Menke ss :3100 Rulz 2b :3001 abrhbl abrhbi time in bed but told reporters he before leaving with the bases a homer In the seventh I
Mayo cf 4041 Keough 1b :3000 J. Alou rf 3100 Klaus 2b 7020 r Boys and Girlsof
Heron rf 4000 Pinson cf 4120 Hiller 2b 4000 Hunt 3b 4010 had watched some of the Reds' loaded in the ninth. Miller got for Tampa.
Orty If 4011 Robinson If :3 2 21Tarr. Mays cf 5100 Altman
If 4100
c 4010 Johnson Ib 4000Oliver McCovey If 2100 ChrTpher rf 4 0 3 0 games on television during his Bob Bailey to line into a double LEO CARDENAS Other FramesIn II any age
Ib 4020 Edwards c 4011 M. Alou If 0000 Kranepo'l Ib :3 01 1 I
hospital stay. He couldn't have play ending the Raps Triple
r' DclaHoz :3b 4000 Cardenas as 4010 Kuenn ph-lf 2010 Thomas ph 0000 game. t Groups and Parties
Balling 2t :3110 Boros 3b :3110 Coped Ib 4032 Kanehl pr-lb 1100 --- other games, Orlando:
Udowskl p 2 0 0 0 O'Toole p 2000 Hart 3b 5021 Cannizzaro c :3 0 2 0 "
Alou.\ ph 1000 Snider ph 1000 Gonder ph-c 2010 downed Lakeland 9-7, Sarasota 1 Children must hove written permission from parent or 1
ipUls 3322 Totals 30473 Haller c 4020 Smith! pr-ss 1100 IN SOUTHERN LEAGUE '
beat Miami 3-1 and Fort
Mriwauke* ............... 000001 000-I Pagan ss 4100 Elliot cf 4010 Lau- guardian, and it must be notarized.
Cincinnati ............... 001 102 OOx--4 Perry p 4000 McMillan ss 4 0 0Peter.on 0 derdale edged St. Petersburg i i For convenience there is Free Notary Service 7
pr 0000 Hickman ph 1 0 1 2 4.
"E-Menke, Oliver 2. DP Cincinnati J. D'venport 3b 2 01 1 Cisco p 1000 43. i
LOB-Milwaukee 5. Cincinnati 4.TB Stallard p 4000 AIR REFRESHMENT
-Maye. Pinson Boros. HR-Robin- Taylor ph-c 2000 Chattanooga Keeps RagingBY Orlando's victory came in the;, o
ion (II). S-o'Toole. SF-RuizIP Totals 41 4 f 4 Totals 53 112 3 'i'
BAR
I H R ER I. SO .... sixth inning with six runs on' CONDITIONED
San Francisco 000 DOt 100 020 11-4 -- -
SadowskI, L, 17.. 7 7 4 3 2 .........
New York 008 001 000 010 00-3 four hits and three Lakeland
OHvo ...........1 0 0 0 0 1
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSIf TODAY'S GAMES MIDNIGHT
it TO
blasted Charlotte 15-5 and A.M.
OPEN DAILY 10
CXTool' W. 12-4 .. t 1 2 2 1 7 E-Hart, Hiller Haller. Pagan Hunt. errors. ,
IMP-O'Tools 2. T-J.75. A-U.28S. Stallard Smith. DP-San Francisco 1,
York New York 13.2BCepeda.. 3. LOB-San Francisco t. New Chattanooga isn't any nicerto Macon used the hitting of I Chattanooga at Birmingham Sarasota's Scott Seger spread;! The CUE STICK BILLIARDS

ler. SF-Kranepool.. SB-Klaus. S-J. Alou. HII- Birmingham's Southern Lea- Rogello Alvarez and Gerry Asheville at Knoxville out seven Miami hits to break j 905 N. MAIN ST.

White Sox IP H R ER BB SO leaders than it to Reimer to defeat Asheville 74. J Macon at Charlotte a Sun Sox seven game losing: Center
gue was second in the Food Fair Shopping
Perry .......... 10 1 1 1 2 3 : '
O'Dell.......... 0 0 1 1 1 0 I place Lynchburg the Barons Knoxville and Birmingham Lynchburg at Columbus streak.
Phils Shaw ...........2 a 1 1 0 1OUffllo. -
Trip W, 20 .. 2 1 0 0 1 1 be In for were Idle.Starting. r j
may some long
Stallard ......101-3 4 3 1 4 5
Jackson ........ 2-12 0 0 0 1 nights of baseball. pitcher Jeff James, OPEN
OPEN
In SeminoleIn Cisco. L. 4-12 .... 3 3 1 1 0 0 "DIXIE VIM'S"TIRE
O'Dell faced 1 man In 11th. The second division Lookouts cleanup batter Hank Allen and
HBP-By Stallard J. Alou. WP-Duffalo. I AM
7:30
1.:25. A5J.491.TwlIIg"t banged out 11 hits including Larry Daniels hit homers as 7:30 AM
Seminole League action at three home runs Tuesday

the Boys' Club yesterday, the Game night to stop Lynchburg 104. Chattanooga stopped Lych- TO
LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH !
White Sox beat the Phils 12-5 abrhbl abrhbl The victory was Chattanooga'sthird burg.Columbus'. TILL7PM I CITY 7 PM
and the Wills ss 4100 Bailey If-cf 4010 19 hits included
Giants walloped the Tracewskl :3b 4 2 2 Mota cf 4000 in the four-game series.

Angels 8.1.Outstanding. W.T. Davis Davis If cf 4 4012 1 2 0 Clemento Freese 3b rf :3 4010 0 0 0 Chattanooga opens a series homers by Mike Hegan and Ph. FR 2-5030

players included Howard rf :3001 CI'denon Ib 4000 with Birmingham at Birmingham -. Roger Repoz his 19th of the
Parker rf 1010 Maz'reskl 2b 4 01 0
Mike Price and Bill Williamsonfor Fairly Ib 4120 Pagliaronl c 3 0 0 0 tonight, with the Barons .
season and doubles by Hegan DIAMOND TIRES 405 N.W. 13th St. DUNLOP TIRESWAREHOUSE
the White Sox, Jerry Dow Camllll Oliver 2b c 2001 2020 Veale SChofield p ss 3120 1000 three games in front of Lynch-
R'boro ph-c 1000 Lynch ph-lf 1011 Roy White, Ron Retton and
dy and Hal Ingman for the burg in the standings.

Phils, Craig Cauthen, Randy Koufax Totals p 32:3000 5 It 4 Totals II 1 61 Other GamesIn Dick Barry. I'' CLEARANCE SALEWE

Burford and Randy Moore for Los Angeles .200 001 002-4 other action Tuesday, Columbus Retton had four hits in six
Pittsburgh .000 000 100-1 I
the Giants Skipp Swanson and Schofleld, Frees. DP-Los Angeles came up with 19 hits as times at bat including a double

Tim McMillan for the Angels.In 1. Pittsburgh 3. LOB-Los Angeles 10 and three singles. Everyone in
Pittsburgh 12BFreese. ARE BUSTING AT THE SEAMS. THESE TIRES MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE WAY
Gator League action, Twins Scho"eld, Fairly. SB W. Issue Helmets the Columbus lineup hit safely
FOR NEW STOCK. THESE PRICES GOOD AS LONG AS PRESENT SUPPLY LASTS.
beat the Yanks 6-3. Outstanding Davis. S-Veale. $Camllll. T. Davis.IP but pitcher George Bechtold. I

players Included John Gocek, I H R ER IB SO On First Three HomersAll HURRY, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW-LOW PRICES.
..
Koufax. W 14-1 I 1.3 6 1 1 5 6 DayFloyd
Ronnie Hilliard and Paul O'Brien R. Miller ". ..... 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 five Charlotte runs were
Vests L. 111 .... 7 1 a ) 6 :3
for the Twins and Robert Face ........... 1213: 2 224 E. Lay, executive secretary the results of homers by Ted
Bork ......... 1-31 0 0 5 1 0
Lamunyon and Jimmy Hindman WP-Veal*. T-2:47. of the Florida HighSchool l Uhlaender, Tommy Umphlett ANY SIZE 9.25

for:the Yanks.In Second Game Activities Association,, and Minnie Mendoza.

the Salt & Pepper League, LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH said new regulations permit hel- Alvarez came up with his I II

the Pioneers beat the Panthers brhbl>> abrhbl mets and dental to seventh home of the
guards I run season
GIlliam 3b 4123: Bailey 3b-lt 4220
670 15 710 15 760 15 800 15 820 15-750x14-800x14
x x
x
x -
Trace'skl 401 0 Vlrdon cf 4010W. x
7-3 the Rockets IS
; walloped the be issued the first day of foot and added two singles to lead
Davis cf 5 ::11 1 Clement rf 5 1 ::11
Bears 11.9; the Raccoons Fairly Ib 4121 Lynch If 3020 ball practice, Aug 15. Macon. Reimer kicked in with 850x14-600x13-650x13-700x13-560x15-590x15--600x15

smashed the Jets 16-14; and the T.Griffith Davis rf If 5111 5123 Stargell Frees pr-3b Ib 5013 2211 However, Lay said no deliberate a double and a pair of singles. 650 x 15 900 x 14 950 x 14.

Rebels bounced the Buffalos 14- Parker rf 0000 Mazer'skl 2b 5 1 1 0 body contact would b Boehmer ran his hitting
Roseboro C 5110 Pagliaronl c 4 1 2 1 estreak PRICES PLUS TAX. SLIGHTLY BLEMISHED. ADD FOR TUBELESS ADD $2.88
12. Oliver wb 4110 Schofleld ss 4012 permitted between individuals,. to 15 games in a row as! $2.88 ,

Outstanding players were RIley Moeller Perran'skl p p 0 3110 0 0 0 Mota SchwaII ph p 2000 1000 sleds or dummies before Aug. he got to Asheville pitching for FOR WHITE-WALL, ADD $2.88 FOR PREMIUM NYLON.

.Dean, Chip McChristian and Totals If 1112'Clenden'n Totals. ph 4.1 7 0 14 0 0 7 23. a double and a. single.VETERINARIANS. I

Jeff Summerlin for the Rebels, Let Angts .............. 100 107 010-11
..............
Pittsburgh 100 003 201- RELINED
Jimmy McCarthy and M 1 k e E-Plglilronl. Schofield 2. DP-Los Angeles BRAKES NO MONEY DOWN15MOS.TOPAY DIAMOND SUPERLUX
Hopsin for the Buffalos, Joe LOB Los
1. Pittsburgh 1. Angeles
.. +K? (Many Other Businesses Too)
Finch and Barry Martin for the 6.28 Pittsburgh-Fairly. Bailey. Clemente. Paglia You'll says money M the special package IniuroncopJans
Jets Tony Jefferson, David ronl. 3B-Gllliam, Frees*. HR-Griffith.SB we have for certain bu.ln...... Yeer premium 12.95 LINE
-W. Davis :3. S-P.rr.noskl. It discounted when wo group your present policies FIRST
Hanks for the Raccoons, Mark IP H R BOOBOO Int. a single package plan. Call tomorrow and
Moeller. W. 4-19 .. 51-39 4 4 1 5 start saying new.Kirkpatrick.
Somese and Carl Benton for the Perranoskl ... 3 2.3: 5 3 3 1 3Schwan BLACK wF+ reALIGNMENT
L. 1-2 ... 51-35 4 5 2 4 & Edmonson FRONT END
Rockets, Mark Hendon and Don- Bork ............ 1-3. 3 3 0 0 WE HONOR ALL MAJOR
nie Crist for the Bears, Britt Slsk ............. 1.:1: 0 0 0 1 1 Insurance, Inc.
Gelnar ......... 2 2 1 1 0 0 01 LCO. CREDIT CARDS &
Mima, Bob Singleton; and By- Face 1 1. 0 0 1 -, 31 K. MAIN ST. PH. 372.8438 600x13 14.95 16.95

ron Linchtor for the Pioneers; 7-3:00.- A-25.507. SPECIAL DEPT. STORE CREDIT 650x13 16.95 17.95

and Bobby Asbell and Billy As- i CARDS.

bell for the Panthers. 700x13 16.95 18.95

AIR CONDITION NOW! 6 00 750x14 13.95 16.95

Dunlop Gold Seals750x14 800x14 15.95 17.95

Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer SHOCKS 850x14 16.95 19.95

15.95 900x14 17.95 21.95

BEAT i 6.95 800x14 : : : : : : : : .16.95 950x14 18.95 22.95

S' SALE PLUS INSTALLATION 670x15 12.95 13.95

850x14 . . 18,95
THAT 710x15 14.95 15.95

BATTERIES 950x14 . . 19.95 760x15 15.95 16.95
cJll&ILLIQUORS BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES

LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDA 9.95 670x15 . . 15.95 800x15 16.95 17.95

and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We 820x15 17.95 18.95
WITH EXCHANGE 710x15 . . 16.95
Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners- 500x15 12.95 14.95

!i a first class unit with good prices. MOTOR OIL 760x15 . . 17.95 550x15 13.95 15.95

114 S. Main St. i COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. 800x15 . . 18.95 560x15 14.95 16.95

Phone 372.6951 We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. 3c| per quart 820x15 . . 19.95 600xI5-15.95. 17.95
i WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL

Prices Good Thru Sat. 2 GAL CAN VIRGIN PRICES PLUS TAX PRICES PLUS TAX

ADD 3.00 FOR WHITE-WALL ADD 2.00 FOR TUBELESS
All unit are Flush MOTOR OIL $1.49
Mounted. NMA CoolMoistu n Delivered
I BTU S4. RelllOYII Price
Rating Amps Volh t::. ph. hr. of Units

Time Is Money Controlled Thermostat 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109J8

: SAVE 5,000 8 Sit 290 1.7 128.97

TJME HERE '.2.) Spied Fan, 6,200 7Vz 115 875 1.1 152.50
Slide-out Chassis 10,000 11 230 375 2.75 181.97 GAS TIRESFOR
OPEN.. 14,000 11 230 610 4.6 199.97

11 ..M. to 10 p.m. All CN.1 Certified Rated.NEMA 15.000 11.6 230 920 4 215.00

Mon. thru Thun. 16,500 13S 130 1,000 45. 225.00

11 ..m to 11 p.m. Prices includes 17500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00 "

Fri. and Sat. Service Delivery,..I-Parts fir 19:000: 13.6 230 1,160: 5.3 263.97 c FOR

I Labor and 5 Years 20,000 14.3 230 1.190 6.4 266.75

j Warranty on Sealed 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50
Refrigeration Srstellls.GAINESVILLE'S '


KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN LOWEST PRICES( --- LOW INSTALLATION COST I LESS LESS


CS-Yr.Old StNiht I
l BOURBON Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 I

Y $389 5th 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGES :


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: 80 Fleischmonn's Proof VODKA 5th : w. Sell CentralAir and Install C B Boh ann 0 nr Jr OPEN DIXIE VIM'S OPEN.M.

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: $345 Conditioning t ,:30 A.M. TIRE CITY 7:30TO

and Heating Including all duct TO

Cad n tor tree estimate 7 P.M. 7 P.M.r .
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Gainesville Sun Wednesday, August 5, 1954 .

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Hearings 5 Miners Still.

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a x M: Buried; 9 Safe
I the
e'F Road SUN
r s ZoningThe I .

F .By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH hauled to the surface one at a II R.
Alachua County Commission -
CHAMPAGNOLE France time in a special aluminum cap POLICE, FIRE REPORT 302 NW 19th Ave., at NE 23rd
will ask the county zoning ,
sule. Some smiled waved I Accident RounduD Blvd. and 6th Ter. at 2:47 pjn.
board to hold public hearingson (AP) A giant drill continuedto or .
weakly to the crowd before they Involved in accidents reported yesterday.Joke
creation of 1,000-foot zoned ; bite into Mt. Rivel today in
were taken to a hospital for examinations by the Gainesville Police
rights of way along a number an effort to reach five miners of the week: Catholic
and reunions with Department and Alachua County -
of county roads. still buried under 270 feet of their families.All Sheriff's Office in the past Digest magazine tells of the

Iig The commissioners decided earth, but there was little hopeof asked for steak for their 24 hours were: proud father who congratulatedhis
__ yesterday to seek ,zoning control finding more than two-alive.
first meal. They got baths and Clyde McDaniel Jr., Orlando son on his 13th birthday and
on seven roads. These are: the town barber shaved them. at NW 13th St. and 42nd
Weary rescuers brought up asked him how it felt to be a
1 [ -Archer Road from Gainesville nine other miners Tuesday on Officials said none seemed to Ave. at 2:40 a.m. today. teen-ager. "It's all right, I

w 4. x r zoning district to the county the eighth day of their imprison- have suffered any lasting ill ef-| John K. Marvel, 722 NE 3rd guess," the boy replied, "ex

line. ment in the limestone mine in fects. Ave., and Isidore M. Santelices, cept for the reputation."
Volunteer NursesGainesville -State Road 20 east to the fj(
I the Jura Mountains. All appeared -
r Putnam county line, excluding in condi-
relatively good
Hawthorne.SR .
volunteer workers of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to tion.
Post 2811 display certificates awarded recently for their work in the VA 26 from Melrose to the I

Hospital in Lake City. From left are Mrs. Marie Crawford, Mrs. Ethel Voss; Levy County line west of New- Fears for the five missing : : \ MOlT'S1b05

Dr. W. H. Thiele, hospital director, Mrs. Miriam Dauphinee and Mrs. Ruby berry excluding Newberry and miners cast the only shadow

Allums. Mrs. Allums was cited .for 300 hours of duty; the others for 100'hours areas already zoned.U. over what was otherwise a festive -

each. Volunteers interested in joining the program may get information from S. 41 from the south side occasion in Champagnole, a

Mrs. Dot Coates, (6-7380) or Mrs. Miriam Dauphinee (6-5879) of High Springs to the Levy village near the Swiss border. N.W. 6th St. FR 6-7537

County line, excluding New-
Mine officials believe three of
berry and Archer.SR I
IlitPomH :1 mmit ;miJ.j t[ Won't Meet I 23 north of Gainesvilleto the five died instantly when I TIRE SALE!
Alachua .. hundreds of tons of rock filled
::: :::. .- On Aug. U the Union County line, excluding
; fl ;: I most of a huge underground
LaCrosse.SR .
w The Alachua County Commission chamber in a cave-in July 27. I Tube Type First Line Second Line Third line
COUNTY : ; 329 north to Bradford. 6.70x15Tubeless 13.95 11.95 7.95
.. has cancelled its Aug. But Champagnole's Mayor i
l :? :. County line.Williston. I
s 11 meeting. Andre Socie said faint tappings / R

COMMISSION '. .<.:! .:':':::"<..:..:::...:....:..'.:...:...:............................................<...............:...:...:....:;:;t...:...:.<.;?...:... Commissioners G. M. Davis from- Gainesville Road to (the SR Levy 331) heard until a few days ago was I 6.00x136.50x13 Block 11.75
: : :::: ::::::::: sufficient reason for a giganticnew : 12.50
:"':;:;;;':';' ':'j':"'::'"::::l r FEjill # :lj and Edgar Johnson and Ho w- County line.
effort. 7.50x14 15.25 13.95 9.95
.
ard Weston, administrat v e The Commission seeks to '
II 8.00x14 15.95 14.95 10.95
Seeks Utilities Franchise assistant, will attend a national control use of land fronting the Just as rescuers were about to 8.50x14 17.95 15.95

conference for county offi:major county roads. begin drilling an eyape shaft

For Northwest GainesvilleFormer cials. Previously, the commissioners for the trapped nine last Thurs- TIRES BALANCED 99c plus weights
The next meeting is scheduled had requested similar action -day night they picked up what .

Gainesville Mayor- commercial. He owns both sites. Aug. 18.Area. for several other major I sounded like the desperate tapping Instant credit to all oil Wheel Bearings Cleaned & Repacked 99c
arteries in the county including in an isolated pocket about co.'s and departmentstore

Commissioner Norwood Hope Commissioner that Jack D u r- FoggingPlan Interstate 75, U. S. 301, SR 100 feet away.It courtesy cards. BRAKES ADJUSTED . . . 99c
rance suggested Hope bring
has asked the Alachua C o unty
24 from Gainesville to Waldo,
the commission a specific pro( was decided a delay in ALIGN FRONT END . . .$6.95
Commission to issue a utilities U. S. 441 through most of the
No Down
Payment
He said the commissionthen
posal. SoughtMosquito freeing the mine to go after the I |
franchise to him to serve an 11- county, and sections of SR 24 No Jnterest
In.
Toe
can study it, to protectthe two unknown men would be a I Camber Caster &
square-mile area northwest of public's interest before a control director Jer- and 225 in the Fairbanks area. greater risk. Two days later, I 10 Months to Pay

Gainesville. franchise is granted. ry Kelly will be asked to propose however, another drill finally ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR
Hope told the commissioners Steelworkers went into action above the spot
a method whereby smaller
yesterday he wants to supply Grove Park where the tapping was heard.
water and sewer service to an communities can buy foggingon Inspire Fashion I MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR LIFE OF YOUR CAR I

area not now served. Streets to CloseThe a regular basis. As the drill bored down, occa-
NEW YORK (AP) Steel- sional tapping still heard.
The area in which he is inter The Alachua County Commis- was
Alachua Commissioners
ested lies north of 39th Avenue County sion decided yesterday to ask plant workers are setting a fashion But the digging was halted
BRAKES RELINED
have approved a Motor
south of U. S. 441 west of the quest to close four internal re- Kelly for the proposal, on motion style for children witho u t when the drill came near some TuneupParts
city limits and east of a north- dynamite charges placed just
streets in Grove Park sub di- by Jack Durrance. knowing it. Fluorescent orange- and Labor Included
south line drawn one-half mile prior to the cavein.On 6 cyl's. 8 cyl's.!
Durrance said small
towns
vision. colored gloves, worn by safety-
west of 43rd Street.
such as Alachua -buy fog- Monday, two new attemptswere
minded 14.95 19.95
Property in the area Is owned The commission scheduled a steelworkers because
ging as they need it. It is not started to reach the men. $395.$495
by many persons. public hearing yesterday. No they can be seen from a mile
Hope who is president off one appeared to speak either always available, and spotbuying away, have attracted attentionfor However the tapping had 20,000 MilesGuaranteed 30,000 MilesGuaranteed
does not permit use of coun- ceased and officials said it
Jim Hope Electrical Inc., described -for or against the
request. Plus Parts
his franchise ty matching funds, he said. youngsters. "Steel Facts, would take several days before
requestas Streets to be closed are:
published by American Iron the pocket could be reached.
f similar to one held by DavidB. Fulton Street from Park Avenue
Smith Gainesville engineer.He to Magnolia Street. RegistrationAides and Steel Institute, reports that The nine rescued men were
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said responsibilities and Wood Street from Main Streetto parents are delighted with the

rates to be set by the com Park Avenue. Due PayThe new fashion, because mitten-

mission would be similar. Ontario Avenue from Main wearing youngsters can be FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLYNOMONEYDOWNl
When Smith's franchise was Alachua County Commission ,
to a northerly extension o$' ;ark easily seen by car drivers. Also
all land affected had has allocated to
granted, $1,200
pay
Avenue. if a mitten is lost, it can be
but one owner. The area is located ( Pine Street from Wood Streetto the salaries for part time helpin quickly spotted.The -

southwest of Gainesville. Ontario. the office of Mrs. Alma Be- bright color is the


section.rely Hope is on interested said At wells present the and area is,septic its a residents in growing tanks whichhe Low Bidder visor.thea The, voting commissioners registration acted super yes result pigment tion to of its with mixing eye-catching orange vinyl.a fluorescent In quality addi-, I I I I] I I 'tai4L1ffi1 ill


he said. On 3 TrucksShaw terday on Mrs. Bethea's re the mitten is waterproof and
quest. She had asked the extra well insulated.
He'told the commissioners his
treatment plant would be located and Keeter Motor Co. funds last week, saying her i

has been awarded a contract to work load requires the extra of ThemIs
on land now zoned agricul- One
tural, and his 100 foot water sell Alachua County two pick- help for several months.StudCllts .

tower on property now zoned ups and a dump truck. The a Skunk rIJIuJJEj 1ii: ]

firm bid $7,864 net with trade- Hula

Road ins to sell the trucks, lowest of LIBERAL, Kan. (AP) Police (
Newberry four bidders. For DegreesHONOLULU of Liberal stopped an auto

in which a man had driven -
The Commission young
AskedA County
Walk Is received "
AP The University around residential 3-T NYLON ALL-WEATHER 42"
bids from two companies ( ) repeatedly a

worried father has asked for two motor graders. Two of Hawaii summer sessions block here. LONG-MILEAGE TUFSYN RUBBER
are popular with coeds The driver told officers he had
the Alachua County Commissionto are being traded in, both five
throughout the nation. broken with his girl friend
build sidewalks down New- years old and subject to high They up
TUBE-TYPE $
BLACKWALL
flock there by the thousand. but that she refused to return
berry Road and reduce the maintenance costs. B
Apart from Hawaii's sea and his pet skunk named Little For Willys and older models of
speed limit to protect children
Richardson Motor Co. bid $31-
sun, they are possibly attractedby Flower. Y .{ FordPlymouthendChevroIet.
attending the new Myra Terwil-
630 for two Allis-Chalmers graders. some of the courses, which The officers agreed to speakin 9 '.IX!x 15:plus tax ud old tzt

liger Elementary School in Ring Power Corp. bid $33- include hula dancing, surfboarding his behalf, but the girl still

West Gainesville. 950 for two Caterpillar models. scuba diving and lessons refused. A gift was a gift, she TUBE-TYPE BLACKWALL
Newberry Road is a main access Edgar Johnson, Sidney Martin on the ukulele. For Chevrolet.Ford Dodge $9 f
road connecting West University and Claude Brandon said.Police : : Hudson, Nash Studebaker
were They can earn credits in the bowed out and suggested
Avenue and an inter appointed to study the models hula and uke courses. The two the man give up the skun Plymouth,Rambler or Willy.
Ind
change to Interstate 75. It is S. Oxis pIn tax old t1reTUBE'iYFE
and bids, and choose the low water sports activities are ex gested the man give up the
a heavily traveled, two lane WHITEWALL
est, best bid. tra-curricular. skunk or take his case to court. f _
road. The speed limit is 65
.. .
"'-= -- For Chevrolet,Ford.Dodge $11
miles an hour.Chairman .
Hudson, Nash Studebaker
G. M. Davis, yesterday I *
I Plymouth, Rambler or Willys.
read the board a letter I I t
SELF Lr0 x 15,plus Ux IDd old tire
from Dr. J. S. Gravenstein 1011 PROPELLED '

NW 44th St.Gravenstein. f : TUBELESS BLACKWALL

said he was wor- For Chevrolet,Dodge,Ford $12 I

ried about sending his childrento f ,; I Plymouth Mercury,Pontiac.

school since they would haveto HEAVY DUTY MOWER ;.< t Rambler Studebaker Willy. .
walk or ride their bicycleson 7 JO XII Of 8 JO x IS,plni tax iad old tin

a high-speed road witho u t Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with sp TUBELESSVHITEVALL f

sidewalks.He starter. mower base $
said even though school For Chevrolet,FordPJymouth. '
11 WOU"SiGe-2 'cii Dodge,Mercury.Pontlac Rambler
bus service is furnished, there i $'
,Studebaker or Willys.
still may be times when the I b yA f.50 xH or l. o x 15.pint tax ind old Ctrl
LSl
children would need to make : B tiA N A ti CAR
E NEW! BIG SIZE
their own way. 1TTbe bey F.ss' .e
"There is going to be a real Y c AT POPULAR PRICES!

problem out there" Davis said. .., $95 tUR
Replying to a question from j TA XE TUBELESS BLACKWALL

the floor the chairman said the 'e ONLY Goodyear's All-Weather 42" $15

School Board has never consulted tire for Chrysler DeSoto or

with the county commissionor EASY Oldsmobile. .J
road department when choos- .. TERMS I ..00 x 11.pine tax aad old tire"

ing school sites. TUBELESSVHITEVALL
He said School Board Free Mounting I
the
,DeSoto Oldsmobile.
i PUSH TYPE For Chrysler or $17
has been invited to confer with i. ,.. .Also fits popular.
,. h. $3895 many
0. atyde engine
the county, but has never done 2S4nch cut. only .................. "No Limit"Guarantee! station wagons.
COODYEAR NATION-WIDE"NaLlMl1"CUARANTEE-K. I.lJOx1Cplutau.1do14ttN
so.Terwilliger School is locatedat Also Available, 20, 22 & 25- fu Mfltks ke liLt M IIiIII He tout as U reads Hi Bait u U speed
'' : rFtr the etSre ifs if tH brut.All NEW COOBTEAt AUTO TIIU
62nd Street. It will draw pupils ; 4 inch mowers with Briggs Stratton i MTKB: against defects la ortanaasMp and material and normal 1I11UA1G 0
from an area extending engines, slightly higher. I euept repairable punctures.. If A COCDTEAB THE FAILS UKCtt THIS SUMr D1'
back to about 44th Street T ., WEE Canada any win of nake more than 80.000 Goodyear f allowance on a new fin based on oriilnal tread depth r.-' U
< ALL ,
Children living in West Park, i i : MOWERS SERVICED >lining and esrreat"toodyear Price."

West Hills, Clear Lake, H o fly i, '4L .. use.with gas and oil. ready to ... .. . . . . .. . .. . .O. . . . . . ..

Forest and other sub-divisions : x *

in west Gainesville will attend PARTS & QUICK REPAIR GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
the new school starting in j) SERVICE

September.The I
county built an access Buy where you can get all parts and quick 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-3537
road to the site, after the repair' service by factory trained mechanics
STORE HOURS Mon. thru Thurs. 8 5:30 Fri. 8 a.m. to 9 ; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 6
School Board had bought the isolated TRADEINSWELCOMED when you need it. : ; c.m. to p.m.; : p.m. p.m.

property. No other access SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW!

has yet been opened. No sub- OPEN 7 o.m, until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. til) 5 Goodyear Tires At Competitive Prices Are Also Available At These Dealers

divisions have yet been built p.m. Saturdays JOHNNY'S TEXACO SERVICE
SIMMONS CIRCLE (S) SERVICE I
: mower on one of these new models.
adjacent to the school. I
Jack Durrance and Sidney We will gladly 'accept your ofd C. B. BOHANNON JR.SE 904 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE 376.3534 I NORTH MAIN STREET AT 8TH AVL

Martin were appointed to study I I GOOD USED MOWERS .
the problem! I and recommend ac I FOR SALE! ORANGE HILL SHELL SERVICE I B&J SERVICE CENTER

tion. Davis said he ,will work 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561 MdNTOSH, FLA. LACROSSE, FLA.

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.I' Wednesday, August 5, 1964 Gainesville Sun _*


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AUGUSTINE (AP) A ,

federal court ordered 15 St. Au-
Dow Jones Stock Averages
gustine restaurants and motels
Previous Day J 2nd Hour |
Request I today to serve Negroes on the

832.77 I 30 Indust. lOft 4.40 same basis as white persons,

213.56 I 20 Rails I Off 1.36 effective Saturday.At Despite ProtestsBy
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SI' ..1 the same time, the court
The following market quotationsart I 149.29 I 15 Util. Off 0.82
requested specifically by readersof put Hoisted Richard Manucy,
tions the art Sun furnished financial 1 by;.. The quOtaSTOCI LISTINGS 298.511 I 65 Stocks IOff 1.68 St. Augustine segregationist,

PierceWuThernMurpheyNEW II 4,790,000 1 Volume 12,560,000 and 10 other individuals under SAM McGARVEY j colm Harrell took the floor and ,crease be granted until next

orders to refrain from molest- Sun Staff Writer argued for Green's resolution.He Tuesday when the Commissionwill

ing or interfering with anyone STARKE Despite strong said the road could not last pass the 1964-65 budget.

YORK STOCK Milgo Electron -_._-_- 12% AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE Late Morning exercising rights under the Civil opposition, the Bradford County long under the present load, -Also set that Tuesday for a

EXCHANGEAbbott Mort Guaranty Ins 26% STOCKS Rights Act. Commission voted yesterdayto and recommended that it be rebuilt meeting with the Commission's

Pacific SW Air _ 44 I Volume Close Change N. Y. ListingAllis The order issued at nearby ; have all minutes of regular soon by borrowing the architect, Frank George, on the

Lab 2.40 41% Schlitz Brew __ 46% Jacksonville against the 11 seg- meetings published as paid advertisements money. proposed new courthouse and
Allied Chem 1.80 53% SecurLife&Tr62 123 900 Tel-A-Sign 5% up % Chal 19% Int Harv 77% regatianist was surprising in the local news- Prevatt asked if there was a the renovation of the U. S. 0.

Amerada Pt 2.00 79% Southern Nitro. ._>_ 22% 36 700 TWAWTS25% off % Alcoa 66% Int Nick 77% since a hearing on that phaseof paper. second to Green's motion, and building.

Am Elc Pow 1.16b 45% Travelers Ins 45 33 100 Syntex Corp 66% up % Am Air 45% Int Pap 31% the case was scheduled for The action was taken on motion on hearing none, turned the -Tabled a request by the

Amer Enka .............. 1.40a 56% 27 600 Ambassad Oil 5% unch26500IntlOil&Gas9up A Brk 57% Jones&L 80% Thursday.The by Commissioner Russell chair over to Johns and made Container Corp. that a deed for

Amer Hone 1.44a 66 AMERICAN STOCK % AmBdPar 40Vi Kais Al 33% other is against the Klu- Green, who said the public the second. However, when property at Sampson Lake

Amer M Fdy .90 20'% EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Am Can 43% Ken'cott 84 Klux Klan and 18 segregationists wants to know what goes on in Johns called for a vote, it was given the Commission several
Armco Stl 3.00 71/4 & 79- other turned: down 3-2, with Chastain, years ago for a boat ramp be
Atch 1.20a 34% __ 30% Am Cyan 65%Lig My accused of blocking compli-meetings, and that coun-
Topka -- ---
Purchases __ 370,526 Loch'd 36% and Baker Roberts and Johns voting returned so Container could
Am Mot 14% with the civil law ties such as Union ,
ence rights ,
Baxter Lab __ .36 24% Analex Corp ,_-?--,--..-,-,..,.. 26 .
Chem Short Sales -_- _- 3,648 AT&T 70% Lorillard 43% by intimidation. Among defendants resort to the practice.Commissioners against it. build the ramp.Approved
Beckman In 59% Aqua 15%
Aurora Plastics 24% Other Sales 376,469 Am Tob 33 Mag'vox 29% in this suit is Hoisted George Rob- In other actions, the Commis- the request of a
1.10 48%
Beech U S -
Barnes Engineer 19% Total Sales ____ 380,117 Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 59% Manucy, who took the 5th erts and Jerome Johns, as well sion: company that it be allowed to
Bristol .80 66%
My -Heard a report by SRD drill along various county
Anaconda 44V Mohasco 13% County Attorney Hollis V.
Amendment 33 times wit- as
as a
Butler Shoe 9
___ 3.40 100 %
Brown Shoe PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK
77% right of agent Paul Car- rights of The
way. company
Armour 46Vi Mons'to spoke strongly againstit. way
in another Knight,
ness last
9 Chromaloy ,.., ., 17 hearing
Brunswick
-- MARKET
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ACL 79 Mont Wd 38% week.A ter that only three parcels of Kerr McGee Oil Industries,
Cinerama _.
Cambell S 2.40 36 --- 6 Dair 81% think the land were needed before work Inc., of Oklahoma City, said it
Babcock 31% Nat Roberts said, "I
__
Carter Pdt 1.ooa 17% Computer Sci ...--- 17% Advances I 204 decision was expected In
CaseJI.._._ 20 Cutter Lags A". --,?-_- _. 16% Declines .....,..,?.,..??-,-,-,-,-?-,. 931 Beth Stl 37 Nat Dist 27% that case which was brought newspapers have given good !could begin on the Morgan- wanted to make a geologic
Church Road. Later Prevatt mineral to locate and
Av 49 survey
N.Am
55% free to our meetings,
. Cessna Air _, 1.00 28 Data Control .--,--_--_..1 49 Unchanged 215 Boeing against operations of 16 restau- coverage
identified the three define the various rock
parcels as: typesin
Borden 75% Penney 56% and in form that attracts
Ches Ohio 4.00 77% Fulton Inds __ 9% Total Issues -..- -. 1,350 rants and motels in St. Augus- a
Gentry, .2 acres Sullivan, .16 the area. In closing, the
34 to the ;
RR I
Coas S Gas 29% Gen Develop ._- -..,..?.? 5% New 1963-64 Highs 31 Brunswk 9 Pa tine. The suits sought to force more readers. object stated "We feel
Frame He
Col 58 of public acres; and 1-3 acre. company our
Cater Tr 32% Pap needless expenditure
CBS .......__ 1.80b 41% Mackey Airlines __ 5% New 1963-64 Lows 43 integration under civil rights
benefit
said the owners of those work. .will ultimately
Celanese 69% Phil Mor 73 funds for something newspa- parcels
Mead Johnson
16% law.
Comb 1.20 29% "
Eng
-- had refused to sign, although county substantially.
49% Phill Pet 53% are already providing as your
Cone Mills ... .80 20% Pac NW Tele _- 22% Chrysler pers
Chamber
the local
----- 31% all others along the -Referred to -
Cont Airl .. ._- .40 23% Philips Elec ,--,.,-,-..-,?......,... 41% I Tobacco CocaCol 132 RCA a public service. sales
--- ? road had donated the needed of Commerce, a representative -
Com Ed 52% Rep Stl 44% TodayIn When the motion was seconded -
Carriers _
Conti Ins 2.20 59 Redwing 11
right of of a Jacksonville
Con Edis 90% Revlon 33% by Commissioner Jessie way.Postponed
_
Contrl Data 86% Ric Group 5%
Sales Cont Can 49% Rey Tob 42% Chastain, Roberts asked her action on a request -newspaper who was soliciting
TopMillion HistoryBy
Corn Pdts ._ 1.50 58% Sperry R. Wts. 6%
by Civil Defense Director advertisements at $2,000 a
Dow Che 68% St Reg P 30% and Green if the papers are doing -
66%
Delta Air 1.60 79 Syntex -
-- TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Carl Roberts that a $2,000 in-
Elec DuPont 261% Seaboard 52% a good job of covering I page. -
Det Steel .60 14% Tampa 26\4
Emerson El-_ 1.00 43 Tech Measur _ 20% Lb.HIGH EAL 31 Sears 115% Today is Wednesday, Aug. 5, meetings, and received the reply -:
E.Kodak 128% Sinclair 45=% the 218th day of 1964. There are of "yes."
Fair Camera .50g 24% T\VAWtS-- 25%
Finan'l Fed 42 Valspar ---- 8 SPRINGS The sale Firestone 40% Socony 82% 148 days left in the year. Johns objected to the motionon Petition to Free
% SouthnC 64 in I the basis that funds had
Fla Pw 51 Today's highlight history: no
Fst Chartr 1.97f 31/4 of 357,844 pounds of flue cured
MUTUAL FUNDS Fla P&L 80% SperryR 14 On this date in 1864, a federal been budgeted for that purpose,
FIaECst -_- 13 tobacco yesterday pushed sea Ford 80% St Brand 77 fleet commanded by Admiral and that if it passed, the budget -

Food Fair --- .90 22 Affiliated Fund _- 8.98 son sales at the local market Ford 50% StO NJ 85% I David Farragut steamed into would have to be revised Jailed
FMC 1.00 55%
Frito Corp__ 41V4 Capital Life & Gr 10.24 over the million pound mark. Frmst Da 12 Studebak 7%. Mobile Bay, the last outlet on upward. ClergymenTALLAHASSEE
Lay Divers Growth ._ 9.73 Sul 36 Swift 50%' Knight pointed out that In
Tele .88 32% Through yesterday, s e ason Frept the Gulf of Mexico held by Confederate -
,Gen
" --- Dividend Shares _________ 3.80 79% make the procedingslegal
Ga Pacif l.OOb 55% sales totaled 1,247,438 pounds at Frueh Tr 31% Texaco forces. It was there order to (AP) A rather than a $500 fine. They

.Getty Oil _-- .10g 24% Dreyfus 20.37 an average price of 57 centsa Gen Dyn 30% Thiokol 13% that Farragut shouted his command a court reporter must be three-judge federal court was said jail terms would focus at-
Fidelity Capit. 11.20 Total for the Gen El 82% U Carb 122 employed and every word
pound. money from the
Grace Co __ l.OOb 56% rigging: "Damn scheduled to take up a petition
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Fidelity Fund 17.95 Fds 89% Unit Airc 47% taken down verbatim. tention upon the civil rights Is-
-- Gen
Hel Curtis .80 16!4 season through yesterday the torpedoes; full speed today to free nine white and
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Fidelity Trend ___ 18.79Fund'tal amounted to $710,929.37.A Gen Mills 42 Un Fruit 21% However, Chairman Carl
IBM -_- 5.00 444'/4 ahead. When the smoke of bat- Negro clergymen serving 60-day sue.Jailers
Invest 11.13 Gen Mtrs 91% US Steel 57% Prevatt went along with Green
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total of $201,555.84 was received tIe terms 1961 sit-in paid no attention to
Int Min C _- l.SOa 68% cleared, Mobile Bay was in jail on a con-
Income of Boston 8.57 Goodrich 53% Univ Mat 12% and Mrs. Chastain in a vote on their for
Int Tele _._ 1.00 54% by growers yesterday at federal hands. viction. request nonsegregated
Incorporated Inc _. 10.05 42% WestgEl 33% the issue and overrode the objections -
Kellogg _. ._ _------ -80a 45:% I the High Springs market. The Goodyr On this date They said they were Jailed illegally handling. They worked the three
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Keystone K-2 5.65 24% Winn Dix 34% of Roberts and Johns.
Lehman CP 1.34e 29% average price per pound was Greyhnd In 1884, the cornerstone oi. because there was no Negro clergymen in the city
S-3 _.._ 16.95 Commission also split on
%
Keystone 28
Woolwth The
Gulf Oil 57
Litton In ------. 1.98f 63% S-4 4.84 56.32 cents, a drop of about two that Statue of Liberty was laid I Green to evidence to support the chargeof warehouse, stacking new brick

Lone S CM _- ______- 1.00 21% Keystone -- cents from the previous day. at the entrance to New York another attempt by unlawful assembly. They scattered around the yard following -
Life Investors 10.55 borrow
the to $350-
county
Marsh Fid _ 1.60 45% Loss get sought to desegregate the air- delivery.The .
Life Stock Fund .--- -._ 8.16 Reports Harbor.In 000 for the rebuilding of a road
Martin M __-__-. 1.00 17% ---- --- Price port restaurant under an Inter- six white clergymen cut
Mass. Inv Stock 16.76 CeilingsIn 1892, Congress passed a which serves the Florida Hydrocarbons -!.
McG Hill _- .60a 35 state Commerce Commission or- ,grass along city streets in prep
Mass. Inv Growth 8.96 In BurglaryA bill for the coinage of five million plant near Brooker.
Mead Corp 1.70 46% ArgentinaBUENOS der wiping out segregation.The !aration for painting curbs and
Poineer Fund 9.95 silver half dollars as souvenirs Last month a motion to that effect .
Merkd ..-' _- 2.ooa 40 Puritan Fund __ 9.66 Gainesville man reported of the World's Columbian, by him died for lack of a, three judges of the U.S. parking and walking lanes
Nat Airl .-._- ,80 51 Putnam Growth _. 15.97 AIRES, ArgentinaAP second. I 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in They were scheduled to stack
--- ---- losing some $280 worth of per- Exposition.
NYCentL- 42 TV & Elec _______________ 8.08 ( ) President Arturo Illia's In 1912, Theodore Rooseveltwas The topic was Introduced yesterday -: New Orleans were petitioned by !brick in a group Tuesday afternoon -
Nia M Pow -...__ 2.00 56% Value Line Inc 5.63 government has put price ceil- sonal items when his home was nominated for president by by Knight, who warned Howard Dixon of Miami, to release ; but a rain squall halted

Norfolk W 6.00 136% Wellington Fund 15.33 ings on 12 basic foods in a move'burglarized recently. the Progressive party.In that the county's Influence in them on bond while he I outside work.

No Ind P S 1.48 59% to halt the sharp rise in living I' Breece A. McCray of 413 NW 1915 British Edith the Legislature would be less- fought for their complete liberty As a results, Police Chief
No Nat Gas 1.80 56% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS costs. I nurse under a habeas plea con Frank Stoutamire granted an
,34th Ter., told police yesterdayhe Cavell was arrested by the Germans ened in the future as the resultof corpus
__. 1.20 42%
Math
Olin --- Compl. Vol. Close Changes tending they were jailed illegally. interview.The .
Owens II G 2.50 100% The decrees set wholesale and returned home from a trip to and later executed as a impending reapportionment,
retail ceilings on the price of and said there was no hope of clergymen were dressedin
Pac G & E 1.00 31% 84 900 Chrysler 50% off % find three suits, three rings, anda spy. Meanwhile the clergymenwere the pale blue chambray shirts
,
cheese flour butter the from primary -
spaghetti, getting
Pac Lting -_ ___--- 2.40 29% 75 900 Olin Math 42% off 1% milk and, other clock radio gone from his In 1942 Britain repudiatedthe road funds.money well absorbed into the life and dark denim trousers the
Pact T & T __ 1.20 28% 75 400 Max Fact-A43l4 off 6% staples. Anyone house. 1938 Munich Pact with Nazi
exceeding the set price will face Johns took issue on the point, of prisoners in the city jail, per- city uses as a uniform.
Pan Amer A --::-.- 1.20 32% 63 300 Ford Mot 50% off 1% The burglary occurred some Germany.Ten the menial tasks One his clerical .
fines of to arguing that he wanted to exhaust forming same clergyman wore
Parke Dav ._- -_- 1.00 27% 60 000 Am Tel Tel 70% offs up $3,500. time between July 28 and Aug- years ago An agree- possibility of get- eating the same food and livingin collar. He was the Rev.

Pennzoil _-- ---- -,- 2.00 34% 58100 Gen Motors 92% off 2% Merchants expressed fear the ust 4, he said. The break-in was ment to resume Iranian oil production ting primary every funds before bor- the same segregated cells. Robert J. Stone of New York

Pfizer > .80a 48% 57 700 Sunshn Mng 22% off 11-; edict would result in shortagesand made through an unlocked win was signed by the Tehran -rowing the money from the They chose 60 days in jail City.

Phelps DG_ --. 3.00 67% 52 800 Tex Gulf Sul SOy off % a black market. dow. government and eight of State Road Department from

Polaroid _- .20 141% 46 100 Pan Am 32% off Vt I the world's largest oil compa- road funds.
secondary
Pub SV E G 2.60 38%1 38 800 Pa RR 34% off 1%I nies. out that Union Overload of Prisoners
I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 4 Green pointed
Pure Oil 1.60 57
I- 37 000 Xerox Corp 105 off 2% Five years ago Vice PresIdent had already made I
Rayonier ..,..-.,.......,.. 1.00 36% 34 400 Westg El 105 off 2% High Low Close Net Chg. Richard M. Nixon returnedto County application -
borrow to
25 Rails 149.59 146.98 147.51 Off 2.33 to $500,000 Overflows Levy Co. Jail
RexaJl ______ .50b 49%
300 Northwest Air 56 %
34 after tour of
up 25 Industrials 846.65 029.38 833.75 Off 12,44 Washington a rebuild the road there, and
Reyn Met! ._- -_- .50 34% 32 200 Doug Airc 30% 1 the Soviet Union and his
up 50 Stocks 498.17 488.18 490.63 Off 7.38 con- then re introduced his resolu-
Rich Merr 1.00 49% BRONSON Levy County of Negro, Timothy James, last
--- --- 28 700 Gen Dynam 30% off 1% rontation with Premier Nikita tion.
R C Cola _- 1.20 75 4 Sheriff J.V.. (Jimmy) Turneris April 5.Turner.
of
Khrushchev.One It called for the rebuilding
Roy Dutch --j 1.73g 47 sort of like the old womanin said that over the past
year ago The United SR 231 to primary status from
Searle GD .90 60% -
shoe. several
the months his jail has had
States, British and Russian for- the Scout Hole Bridge at the
Singer _--. 2.00 90 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH He has so many prisoners in an average "guest" list of 14
eign ministers signed a treatyin county line, thence past the Hydrocarbons -
Smith KIn -_-. 1.20a 65% his overcrowded jail he doesn't persons. There have been times
Moscow for nuclear plant to a point on
a partial
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 33 ban.Rides. SR 235 about % of a mile northof know what to do. in the long ago past, he said,
test
St Oil Cal ._ 2.00 65 said he had when there would be
Social Security Changes Brooker, and then SW to SR- Turner yesterday I' no prisoners
St Oil Ind 2.00b 82% 18 at the Ernest Edwards farm.It 26 prisoners in his 17-prisoner for a week at a time.

Sterl Drug 1.-_--- .65 28% AvailableTo proposed borrowing the $350- capacity jail. He's getting rid I The sheriff said the unusual

Texas Util -_- 1.20 63 Porter 000 from the SRD from second- of three today, however, via number of prisoners has made
Textron 1.40 43 By Sylvia ;. / ConventionConsiderable
ary road funds which accrue to the Raiford route. The three quite a dent in his budget. He -

Tidewater -. 33% -C -'I.iI'- : .-,- interest in the Bradford County, and making have beep sentenced to prison said his grocery fund for this

Trans W A 4l% There will be major boosts in 'get $80.90. A widow receiving to- The earliest date on which a approaching Democratic National payment over a period of five terms and are to be taken to year was already overspent by

Union Pac 1.6Oa 45',2 the monthly Social Security day's average of $73 would get worker today could qualify for convention in Atlantic years. the State ]Prison. $1,500. The extra grocery mon-

Und Air L 1.50b 48% checks going to almost 20 million $76.70. A disabled worker receiving -the full maximum under the City is being shown by area After a recess of five min- Charges against the incarce- ey has had to come out of other -

Upjohn -_--I 1.00 5l'f % beneficiaries now on retire- today's average of $91 pending legislation would be Democrats.J. utes, Mrs. Chastain said, "That rated range from misdemeanorsto funds, he said.

... Ji1fl WalterS-_ 25 ment, disability and survivor would get $95.60. A parent receiving -January 1969 but he could H. Ward and Mrs. Char- road is not in such bad shapenow murder. Two Negroes are Turner is looking forward to

War Lamb .70 31% rolls if the new Social Se- today's average of $82 enjoy a limited boost on top of: les Farris, co chairman of the and I think the Hydrocarbon -charged with murder Turner the next term of county court

Worthintn -_ ____ -. 1.50 45% curity amendments are passedby would get $86.10. And a retired his basic 5 per cent raise as i Alachua County Democratic people will go along withus said. They are a Negro woman -; and the fall term of Circuit

Xerox 105 Congress.The couple receiving today's averageof soon as 1965. Committee, said they have been in trying to save some from Morriston and Elijah Court which he expects to relieve -
Zenith ..._ 1.20a 65
odds are strong that they $115.50 would get $121.30. No matter what your present: receiving inquiries about the money." Washington, 19, of Williston,! the somewhat overcrowded

OVER THE COUNTER will be passed soon and that Entirely new maximum bene- Social Security check and no I Aug. 24 convention. Former commissioner Mal- who is charged in the slaying! condition of his jail.

benefit checks mailed as earlyas fit levels also would go into ef. matter what the size of your I

HEW YORK (AP-Th following bid October will reflect the hikes.' fect. The new maximum for a raise, passage of the amend-
and asked quotations supplied by the How would the raises be? ments would give a total PLAN SPECIAL SESSION
Natlbonal Association of Securities Deal big retired couple, for instance, based you
.rs. Inc.. fj not represent actual transactions As a beneficiary, you would just on the 5 per cent hike, for the year equivalent to more
but are the NAJD's estimatef
the range within which tnese securl- get a flat increase of 5 per cent would be $200.10 against today's than two weeks' extra benefits. I

ties. could asked have): been sold (bid) orkeofiht over your present monthly ben $190.50.For And this would begin to take effect Levy Board Delays !

.efit.As an individual retired before the end of 1964. Budget

Alico Land I 8% a worker, your "wagebase" worker the new maximum wouldbe Of course, in absolute dollar

.Amer Fidel Life 25 the amount on which I terms, the benefit increases -
today's $127.
$133.40 against
"-Amer Heritage 21% your future benefits are figured For the family the overall would be modest. They would- By BUZZ MIXSON The board will meet again on to help all our towns with their i to be returned to them if the

Amer Mat Ins 21 would rise to $5,400 from to maximum would increase from n't permit any retired individual Sun Area Editor I Aug. 25 for a public hearing on streets," Meeks said, "but our, tower were ever removed.

..Amer Pioneer Life 8\. day's $4,800, and the level of: the current $254 to $231.20 a to make drastic improvementsin BRONSON Because of the the budget and final adoption.In budget just won't stand It." Buren Brice of Bronson asked

Anheuser Busch __ 53, benefits to which you could look'' rise of $27.20 a month and of his living conditions. But we absence of one of its membersthe other action yesterday On motion of Yearly, the!the Commission if sewer lines

Anodyne .-_---- -________--- 43j forward would be hiked propor- $326.40 on an annual basis. have taken giant steps toward Levy County Commission ,and after much discussion -the commissioners also voted to advertise could be constructed across the

Citizens Bank _ 37 tionately.You I What's more, as the influence creating a solid foundation for yesterday deferred tentative commissioners agreed to take for bids and construct new pier under construction at

Comsat Corp 30 can calculate your flat- D-1 of the new higher wage base of the financial independence of: adoption of a proposed $577,481 i Riverside Drive in Yankeetowninto restrooms at the county park on Cedar Key before the pier is

Conn Lt & Pow 37 crease simply by upping your $5,400 took hold in the years our elderly citizens since the budget for the year 1964-65. the county road system for the Waccasassa River near surfaced. He said his cottage on

CowlesMag&Pb--% present benefit level by 5 percent ahead, maximum benefits would first monthly Social Security R. B. Davis was the absent mainteanance purposes. Mayor Williams Fishing Camp. Basil the dock and several restau-

Dunn & Bradst 6t% Here is precisely how you climb even further. checks were mailed in 1940. commissioner. His absence was Eugene Knotts of Yankeetownand May, county sanitarian, is to rants needed sewer service bad-

Firs West. Fin'cl 13\\ would be affecetd at various For the family the new _ceiling In 1940 a scant 222,000 bene- explained in a telephone call by Ollie Lynch had requested prepare the specifications for ly and he thought it would be a

Florida Gas _- 11% benefit levels: ficiaries received a total of $23.5! State Conservation Director 'that Pamela Drive, Magnolia the restrooms which are to be good idea to lay the lines be-

Fla Nat'l Bank 6t Present; monthly benefit New monthly benefit Annual raIse million. Today, more than 19.2 Randolph Hodges, who said 'and Hickory streets also be similar to those recently con fore the new pier is completed.

Fla Tele 28 $40 $42 $24 million are receiving benefits that Davis was engaged in help- 'taken into the county road sys- structed at the county park at Perdue told Brice the Commission -

Forrest LabsFounders 21% $50 $52.50 $30 which will amount to over $15 ing to do research work on an Item.I the end of State Road 40 near had already checked

Life 8' $60 $63 $36 billion in 1964. Evasion of fish killing red I Commissioner John Yearty's Yankeetown. with the State Road Departmentand

Franklin Life ,- ._ 57 $70 $73.50 $4% In 1940 the average monthly tide in northwestern Gulf wa- motion to include all the streets County Attorney G. C. Perdue had been told that second-

'Great American __ 12 $80 $M $48 worker benefit was $22.60 and terse; :named in the county road reported that Dr. Edwin An- ary road funds could not be

Grolier 40\. m $94.50 $54 the family maximum was $85. The commissioners agreed to system was defeated. Yearty drews and Horace Wilson had spent for this type work. Brice

. G1ILiIe.- 55 $100 $105 $60 Today, the corresponding hold a special meeting at 2 'then amended his motion to include agreed to donate property at was advised to check with the

Herff Jones u% $110 $115.50 $66 amounts are $77 and $254 -anc p.m. next Tuesday to discuss just Riverside Drive. Cedar Key for the erection of a City of Cedar Key on tha mat-

Homelns.----- 65 $120 $126 $72_ the 1964 increases are still to the proposed budget which will I Commissioner David Meeks beacon tower if this site is approved -ter.Asked
Jax Minit Mkts -_ 7% All of today's average bene- would be $300, and for the come. call for a hike of two mills from said he was in favor of accepting how sewerage is presently -

Kennasaw Life 13 fits would rise to new peaks. A individual worker the maximum Tomorrow: How much will the current millage. The proposed only Riverside Drive by the Federal Aviation disposed of on the dock

UfeofFla _-. 6% retired worker receiving today's would be $143.40 at retirement your Social Security taxes goop millage to support the new which had been inspected by Agency. Andrews and Wilson Brice replied, "The tides take

Lowes Company _- 21 average of $77 monthly would date in the future. I ? budget is 16 J. the Commission. "I would >like stipulated that the property was care of It." a

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! 2 Voice of Music Synchrpnlrers. mode t Rolls Kodak TX 120 film 2 spot eff 1 DAR 4 Radiant Leader screen 40X40 In 2 Ansco Chrome film d.velpln outfits -
141? Dyene negative retoucher 1 DAB 3 DFK C&B BOX NO. model SOP

1 Nikor; Quick Fill Stainiess: Steel filndeveloping Rols; Kodak EHB 125-20 film 2 Kodk Rapid! Selenuim .I ez. 2 DFR I Brunerger Royal Scott .40X40 In. C&B BPX 17

tank. 633 film RcMs: Kodak EX13S-IO fi'm 1 Edwal 4 oz 2 OCA screen 1 A.sc color developing outfit, U OZ.
I Dead 3 'NUcor Quick 1o Steel FlIr.Developing Rolls Kodak KR 135-20 film 3 Kodak Hyphek. ccia oz. 4 DCH C&B BOX NO. sie
I" Captain 1 1 Daylight B, screen 3 lb. boxes Kodak Thiosulfat
tank. 35 MM : Rolls Kodal: KR 135-36 film 1 Kodak Indicator; .stop bath 1 ez. 6 DEP" C&B BOX mel. 3 Kodak Soiu *
2 Nikor Stainless Steel Film Developing .6 Boxes S mm. Kodak Kodachrome II.XRA e & B BOX No. 40 5 DFY" Ready-file No 31
1 Radiant 3 Escot
tool 35 MM 459 25 ft. roll double magazine 1 Filter Zeiss Ikon camera No. a : &BBOXNO.3 screen tripod cases
C&B BOX NO. 2 Falcon
1 Hiker Stainless Steel Film DevelopIng filmS 60 mm 5 DGH blb tripS
Reel 127 Boxes I mm. Kodak Kodachrome II. 2 Polaroid flash attachments model 2 DHJ ., 1 Radiant screen 40X40 5 Pocket tripS
2 Nikor Semi-Automatic film loaders KR 459. ft. roll double magazinefilm 3 DHT 1 Brumberger Rocket screen 3 1 Qt. Plasti
i1. Told of 2 28 3 DKR C&B BOX NO. 5 Round, plastic lugs
; DisgustJACKSONVILLE for 120 and 620 film 2 35 mm slide trays
Argus 4 CDJ 1 Brumberger Rocket screen 40X40 in 1 Square 1 plastic
: ,. 2 Gator grip camp: stands & B BOX No 2 Ultra-Blitz Coronet M electronic COD C&B BOX NO C&B BOX gal. lUG
model Solon Special
2 Kodafix Solution I Bogen 1
Enlarge. flash units
Btle DFX 1 Brumberger Rocket 40X40 I 1 Horseman camera outfit with
2 |lars Kodak balanced Alkali 1 Argus. 35 mm crera case screen attachments &
I I 5 Ib.sr Kodak Boric Acid crystals : & B BOX No. 5 1 Mansfield Holiday 8 mm 6 BMA" BOX NO. case
(AP) An' Viet Nam troops pass over 1 5 lb. lar Kodak Sodium Thiocyanatc 4 Boxes. 10 sheets. 8X10. Kadabro Accessory bag. cirrer- 2 BE. "" ,- C&B 1 Radiant screen 1 2 Leitz Mamlya. 22 mm cameras
,
6 DSH 3X4 focusing bellus 2
2 5 lb. jars Kodak Potassium Alum mioe. graphic paper 1 Hershey Sun Ring! electric flash C B BOX .
Air Force captain killed by a them. Box. ICO sheets 8X10, AZO. photographic flesh IS 6S4 1 Zenza Vronka camera carryingcase
1 5 Ib. |jar Kodak Sodium Bisulfite 1 1 Heliotron iutomztic electronic 12 B6B- 1 Braumbrgt. Royal Scott .40X40

mine last week Viet Nam ",We feel a house should 1 1 lb. |lar Kodak Sodium Bisulfite 1 100 paper sheets 8X10. EktalurephoograpttiC gun 12 CEW" .. 2 Sexonic Dalm.tic I Clm
i b 1 lib. far Elcn Developing Agent Bo1 1 Keystone Sun gun. model KG112f. 1 DLS C&B BOX NO. era model mm I

burned when this happens I 1 Ib._ lar Kodak Sodium Carbonate paper Higt voltage e"erso: cord 1 DXN" > 1 Radiant Picture Master screen 2 Sekonic Dualmatic. 8
his death zoom
complained before of 1 lib far Kodak Sodium Sulfide 3 Pkgs.. 25 sheets 8X10. Panalure flash 1. 2 12 RUK" C&B BOX NO. cameras 130B m

said in the recording. 1 16 oz. bottle Kodak Glacial acetic Photographic paper 1 Schoolmaster projector/ model 24 1 Radiant. size 50X50 In. screen 1 Miranda mel 135 F:2.8 telephoto,
restrictions on reprisals against "Te pea acid 2 Boxes. SCO suts 5X7 AZO. Grafe 24 BTD"S ADD PAGE 24 to legal 3487 wed lens
know RRD'
pIe where booby .2 1 lb. bottles Kodak FormaldehydeC&B Phctographic paper projector C & BOX
Schoolmaster
Gralex 1
Swift model
1 10
BA-1
111 telephoto
Communist Viet Cong guerrillas. C&B 8 :&B Box No. S 1 Radiant Picture Master 30X40 screen
are but they don't I model SCO 6 BKR" attachment bkt.
taps tel 2 Boxes. 500 sheets. 5X7 Kodabromide C&B BOX NO.
1 Viev.-flex Slide Scriber Fairchild cinephonic extension speaker 1 Rubber bulb
with
l Photographic 1 8 TDC slide frays I Braumberger Royal 30X40 In. 10 ft. tbin
us. 5 Rezo chrome paperS Sot
squeegee 1
plate 2 4X5 ft. Keystone gadget bag .
Yankee
Print
, In a receivedby 1 Beseler Glossomatt 1217 Print Boxes. 100 sheets. 5X7. Kodabromide. 1 Remote control extension cord Frames screen 1 Leitz fash syno. 70
tape 1 Pkg
recording Mcintyre said the Dryer Photographic pp 2 Shutter cords mounts 40 Bausch & Lomb 2'In. C- & B BOX NO. 1 Kodak auto. 35B camera

I his widow this week, Homer chief cvian C1B BOX 8 3 Boxes 100 5X7 Medalist C&B BOX No. .40 1 Fks. Bausch & Lomb Rxd.int 3M40. screen 1 Viogtlander auto camera
province was. a I 15 Bell & Howell I MM. 400 ft. Photographic paper 1 Graflite expand cord 2X2 Slide trays C&B BOX NO. 3 Auto-TM cartlidge 1 011823

: C. McIntyre Jr., a 30-year-old tight reign on the 3 Bell & Howel I JW ft. cantS! 1 Box 130 sheets. 5X7. Polycontrast, 1 Graflite mounting plate 1 Pkg.in Bausch Lomb In. C&B 1 Rediant BOX NO.Film master 52X70 screen 1 Kodak "Retina" auo.m II cameraS
Aericansand Photographic paper 2'.X2'4 Leica M3
18 lens cases camera
veteran of nine in the Air 2 Kaligar slirfe trays
years AZO.Photogrbph.C 1 Rsdiant Imperial Screen master I
100 Siieeis.
preventing the destruction I: 12 Mobilite Twin Beam movie lights 2 Boxes ,4ViXSVi 2 Alpex lens cases 1 Bail slide file used 1 Leica FOOM1 tripod '

Force, said, of us are 6 Mobilite Uni-lume Movie lightsC paper 1 Sekonic hand strap 1 stand 1 Mica 1:413 telephoto lens
slide file
"Al quit of the houses. & B Box 1 Box. 500 sheets 4X5 AZO. Photographic 1 Bag of various lens adapter rings 7 LaBel slide trays box 1 Radiant Imperial Screen master 1 Mica 13 Nora lens

disgusted the mines. 1 Keystone Movie outfit Model 1 paper 1 Ellesent F2.5 wide angle lens. 8 mm 3 Leitz side: screen 1 S. 1 mm
"It's a question of whetherthe wit 6 Boxes. 103 sheets 4X5 Kodabromide 2 files with 5 tray to file C&B BOX NO. camera
Model $ I Kodek
*50 projector and earners camera Cavalcade 3 40X40 screens

He said the Communist VietCong Viet Cong is going to run with accessory case. 6 Photographic Cans DiC-50; paper Developer 1 gaL size 1 Cable release socket for Bole H.16 6 slde tray n. 4 C&B Roket. NO. I 1 Argus.Yaskica 8 44A mm roll Sinemac film camera movie camera,
matic
C& BOX 17 RX Kodak
B No.
run wires from mines into out of mines C& B BOX 8A HOOBE-1 Cavalcade slide trays No. 2 3 Rocket. 40X40 screens model 85E
or we are going! 1 Escot W-cable release Balomatic 656 slide 1 Leica fier. No. I Camille PX-50 album C&B BOX NO.
Trip 2 Bausch & Lomb fields adapter 2 Keystone. I mm. Model lOCH
native houses and then explode to run out of armored carsfist 1 1 Braun pro;e'tor 1 Bolex F-10 mm C&B 1 Csrriiie Photo album model PX-40 1 Radiant Wallmaster 70X70 scr.e 3 Argus Autronic 1 electric eye cm.ra camera
Alpa camera case C&B BOX No. frame BOX 55 C&B BOX NO. kit

them when American or South ," McIntyre said. 1 Retina camera case 1 Gre'iex Compact Projector kit with I 1 Licon F frame 26 B 13;0H"-Overhead Delineascope. model I Rediant Glowmaster 70x70 screen 2 Anso. 35 mm auto set camera
1 Zeiss Ikon camera case C&B BOX No. C&B BOX No.
1
1 Keystone Capri case C speed-i-scop. 2 Seksnic exposure meters No. L-96 WDL Super '. Professional 1 Radiant Glowmaster 70x70 screen Skoic zoom 8mm model 10

! -- 1 Voiytlander camera case 1 Voice of Music Amplfie extension 3 Waltz EV-LV exposure meters titling 8 mm movies movie C&B BOX No. 1 1 Sekonic mlcro-l special earner

2 Leather camera cases speaker model 4 Unittic photo electric exposure 1 A.gU$. M4. 1 Keystone gadget bag 1 Bogen film model P III
' 1 Ansco slide case with three trays C&B BOX 166. meters model 31 C & B BOX NO. 55 mm Zo camera 3 FR automatic exposure timers C&B BOX eito..

1 Sunset AG100 BC Bounce lite model I 4 Kling "Pilot" exposure meters 2 Bell & Howell 43 8 mm reels cans
I Weekend Diver Turns 1 Voice cf Music camera Bramburger 1 Bolex 8 mm. K-1 camera
Up 2 Ansco Regent_ projector remote con 70. tape recorderC TapMatic 1 Marshall photo oil paint kit meters. 1 Smith Victor reel cse. model 430 t' 1 Wolensk S in. F:5.4 Raptor tub
t kits 8A 4 Sekonic IUtO. leader light 2 Empty_8 mm. reels RC-1 23 ft. reels & cans

f' 4 Eveready Photo flash baterie 1 Illustrovox. model 300A Sound model L.3 1 Empty 16 mm. reel 21 20 f reels & cans 1 Klno-Neiger Model pan &
6 Eveready No. 26 baterie slidefHm projectorC 5 Brock way exposure meters, moet S Photo mailing envelopes 1 mm Omega lens for Omega B-2 14 tithed

Treasure Off Fla. CoastMIAMI 1 Polaroid No. & B BOX Mn' S .I 1 Bell & Howell slide tray camera 1 Minox B camera
meters
1 Camera strap 1 Keystone Belmont K161. 1 mm Sekonic movie light mot 1 Davids Trl D tripod 3 FR timers interval 1 Minox pocket tripod

1 Cable release projector 2 SafeLock tripods. Model FL 1 Simon Omega lamp house drawer 1 Minox tripod clamp
i 2 Zeiss' Ikon filters C&B BOX use 37B Sekonic light meters. micro clip o 1 Aiikirk tripod 1 Diamond CI9 camera case 1 Minx binocular attachment

(AP) I a nyone's A sample ingot displayed by 1 Bolex Palliard corrector I Emerson Telectro Tape Recorder. model L-136 CABBOX 1 Brownie eye field case 1 MinaI film viewer
1 doz. Ansco 120 Versapan model MS 123 3 Waltz electric eye movie exposure 1 Quick set tripods 1 Brownie Starmatic field case 1 Bel" Howell 2*X telephoto lens
skeptical that Spanish Meylach is about 10 inches 5 400 ft. film reels C&B BOX 46 meters model M C&B BOX NO. 1 Brownie Hawk eye field case 3 type F filers

1 300 ft. film reels 2 Sekanic Micro leader tap. meters I Quick set tripods 1 Kodak Viewflex field case 1 Leica lens NO. 12517J
treasure twinkles on the Atlantic across. It's shaped like the 19 Electronic Envoy Photo AlbumsC Instantmatic. Model C field
C&B 1 Kodak
3 ft. film reels & B BOX 37 model L-98 BOX NO. 1 Leica lens adapter No. 17672 J

Ocean floor of Florida, let weight which granddad used to 1 20 40 ft. film can 2 Craig model TR-43 4 Sekonic clip on exp. meters. moelLC.2 3 44X30 In. rubber tray 1 case Kodak Retina. Model C field case 1 Leica filter No.1
1 ft. film can : C&BBOXNO. : 3 Lea filters No. ID unknown
1 Mansfield I projector. Ultra-
him check Martin Mey- toss out 3 mm (Leicl-meter I) 1 Safe 1 Kodak Electric 8 camera compartment 1 Leica
of the buggy on C & BOX No. 11 matic 1 Agfa light mete Lock Proieet-O-Stand adapter 16464K
Polaroid carrying case No. 322 I 1 Skonice light meter. C&B BOX NO. 9 case 1 Leica View finder with lens Sums
1
t 1ach.I a rope to keep the horse from 1 Graflite Ext. flash unit No. 2778 1 dred Holiday projector. Zoom style, auto model 86 21 Fairfax tripods 1 Kodak Illuminator Model 1 on 1:2.8-35

The Miami weekend diver Is wandering, but would be a 3 Graflite E-Z Viewers for film strip 1 Bell & I mm camera. model 1 Waltz booster 34 Argus "60" Slide magazines 2 1 3.76 Can Miro oz. Cote film coating Marlene 2 Kodak Due I Cassette
Howell 2
i film strip projector 4 Leather camera Compco I mm reels, no 115 btle MarshalS 1 Kodak remote control cord
compact strap
1 Graflex 220. 2 f
I happy enough, and just barelyhusky pretty expensive buggy anchor. 1 Kodak usd Poney. model 828 used 4 Leather shoulder 1 3 Compco, I mm reels no. 116 5 Medium 3.75 oz. btle Marlals lquid 1 Leica PrismC

enough, to wave the proof Meylach said each ingot 1 Graflex Galaxy projector lamp 1 Brownie S mm camera II. used 8 Collapsable sun shades 1 400 Brumberger ft. slide binding kit. no. itS, C&B BOX NO. 12 1&Mansfield 0 BOX NO.127 35B
con- filters camera outfit
Kodak cloud Negafile reel
movie lamps 10 file
twin
1 reel sets.
8 Mobile lite I mm camera. used Quick load
8mm
bam pallard-Bole 5 Hip. 40
under a doubter's nose newly- tains $300 worth of silver. Graflex 4X5 film moel 6 Kodak close-up attachments 1 Smith Victor rel file. model RC1 ft. 107. 8 mm. 400 ft reels & cans
3 1
t Graflex Graphic Graf ma tic 4X5 1 Keystone. 8 mm Belaire camera 3 Pkgs. New Ace photo mounting Pegco 2C2 eary mounts 4 mm. 12 ft. film cans D.Carl etch tool
found 1- pound silver ingots.He film holders model K4 corners, 100 per package 3 Titania 2V x24 slide mounts 10 CoPo 1 metal slide file No. 1075 1 Koak' oz. Ektochrom color

! today they're the firstsubstantial The 36-year-old boatyard operator 1 Graphic film pack adapter 1 Palliard-Bolex 8 mm. camera. model 4 Kodak movie photo guides 9 4 Titania Kodak, 2x2 slde mounts 1 Braumbrer metal stero slide fie 1 Minolta clip on light
Koda guides I
Kodak
4X5 7 mm. mete
and his 4 Graphic Pres Plate Holders B8 with accessories used Palliard. el. and cans 1
treasure salvaged i partner, Don 1 Graflite 'L' bracket C & BOX 37 4 Pkgs. quik splice 3 Ansco slide tray sets 2 114 mm. No. 130. 1600 t. film Yaskic exposure
Instamatic field
2 Koda rapid mounting cement C&B BOX NO Copo. 1 Koak cases, model
modern times from legendary Thomas, 28, said laboratory an- 1 Graflex 23 graphic roll holder I Ansco. 35 mm camera SpedX"-5 'Tubs 16 Boxes Pass 5 C
: & B BOX No. 11 1 Keystone 8 mm. Turret oz albums. 1- No. 132 2000 ft. 1 Kodak field
1 mm
alysis by spectrograph showeda deluxe film holders 4X5 K1 moel C&B BOX NO. 26 C&BBOXNO.25 Cop Duefe case
hoards spilled by the Conquista- 2 Fidelity 7 1
carrying
Large Anscot fim Bronie case
flash Starle
random 1 Super Graphic Presslock Mansfield 8 mm zoom camera with 3 Sunshine pocket guns Gadget bags Yankee mount protectors, 50 1 Kodak
I dores. chip of an ingot was mount trip pistol grip 3 Escot pockt. flash guns 3 Small Anscot Gadget bags 2 Pkgs. 1 case model 0'
Kodak
Meylach won't how many 95 to 9 per cent pure silver. 1 super Graphic Graflite "5" cord 1 Holiday. 8 mm camera. model zoom 24 4 Self Fountain timers pen type lens brushes 1 model Diamond VA3 Valencia Gadget bag 1 per Polaroid pkg. filter kit No. 541 case Brownie movie camera field
say
Graflex Graflite ext. mm. used carders 1
1 tub l-el Universal flash head 2 Keystone Gadget bags 2 Pkgs Polaroid post Kodak timer
of Graflite platform 1 Polaroid camera model BOB. used 1 Blitz-neiger field kit No. 691 2 Kodak
rough-cast circular lumps 1 2 Keystone Gadget 1 Pkg Polaroid Brownie Starflash carrying
"We found that wreck two No. 2754 1 Polaroid model 810 bgs. model 214
: 1 Graflite Mounting plate camera. model 95 B. used C&B BOX NO. 25 1 Polaroid buc flash bracket case
precious metal he clawed out of and almost 1 Graflite mounting plate No. 2755 1 Holiday light bar. model L20 7 Votar self tlmmers I Frcsam for 4 Pkgs. greeting mask C & B BOX NO. 52

around the disintegrated .' years ago we 'dug' i 1 set Gratlite clamps No. 2771 1 Holday. light bar. model R.30 1 Voss Deluxe neck chains 4 Ascot Reflex HeR camera 1 Sheet Kodak fine ground glass 5X7 I Bolex H16S Camera

sand and coral every weekend," Meylachsaid. 2 Polaroid filter kits No. 541 1 for movie camera. used Smith Victor light & camera holders 1 Minetta gadget gadget bag 3 Sheets Kodak fine cround glass 8xl(0 I 1 Escot clik-stop. bounce flash

wreck of the 18th cen 1 Graflite cord No. 2721 2 Pkgs. Kodak photographic paper model H2 1 Schmidt gadget bag bag 1 Polaroid flash gun, model 281 5 4CO ft. Reels
"Some times we were 1 Polaroid cable release Medalist 25 sheets per package 1 Graflex Easy-viewer model 7 1 Argus gadget bag 1 Box metal slide mounts for Minox I 200 ft. Reels

tur galleon Tres Puentes. But skunked. Sometimes 1 Polaroid timer No. 120 6 Pkgs. Kodak photographic paper 10 Mininori no slip shoulder 1 Bolex camera case transparencies 1 Nicon slalnles steel tank
we wereglad & lens shade kit Kodabromide 25 sheets 53 Lens brushes lip stick style case mask size 135 C&B .
awhile to 1 Polaroid filter per packageC 1 Bell & Howell gadget Boxes Kodak
took bag 1 5
says it quite to settle for a shoe buckle,, No. 551 & B BOX 58 2 Bausch & Lomb slide viewers 1 Kodak gadget bag Polaroid lens shades No. 545 I Besseler enlarger lens board

to the surface with I 1 Polaroid print copier model No. 1 Hershey Prolite. model 750 Cable releases C&B BOX NO. 20 1 Box Polaroid slide mounts No. 630 1 Zelss Iko shade
struggle a bit of hardware of anythingstill 2401 2 Smith-Victor reel model RC-2 5 Bottles Kodak retoughlng 2 oz. 6 1 ga. lugs of BPi 1 Box HP Super size slide binders 1 Braunberger metal roll film file.

them and tumble them into his recognizable after 231 1 .Polaroid print copier Model No. 1 Kodak hard rubbr chet tnk OslO 2 Bottles Kodak film lacqure 4 OZ. 7 32 oz. lars FR X-33C 7 Boxes Radio mat slides used
years S Metal drivers Super fir te 1 Traveler
screw
230 1 mm camera. F, grain 2 Boxes 2X2 Easy Mont by Pegco Plastic portable dark rom
developer
I bat on the bottom of the sea. 2 Metal slide cabinets with case & accessories mel 10 Kodak black opaque 4 Braun 3 Boxes 100 ea. Koak ready monts. I Plastic trip case
1 Mobile lite uni-lum C&B BOX 7A 10 Kodak red opaque 1 Bote Wen 126 size 1 Holiday 8 mm auto. thread projector .
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING 3 1 Film retoughing fluid Vi ez. oz. bottle FR pap developer 2 Boxes, 100 ea. Kodak ready mounts used
C & B BOX 6 Sekonic. 8 mm, prelector/ model
"Other divers and work 2
hold 8
The City Plan Board wi a pub came II Kodak Microdol-X, 1 qt. size 80P 13 Flash attachments brackets oz. lars FR wti agent 828 size 1 Simmer light toot switch

lic Hearing on August If64 at Utilities ed the Tres Puentes too. They 2 Kodak Ektanol Developer. 1 gal. C&B BOX No. 4 1 Sun glasses 2 8 oz lars FR X.10 all purpost t 1 Box (bokP Kodak ready mounts, 1 Metal specd-iz-cl
the
auditorium of
P. In the Soligor Miranda F35. 1:2.8 lens negative developer sizes ,
M size t Kaylon Dulling No. 12 3 Cans Adox KB17-35mm film
Operation Center. 555 Southeast 5th Ave went through that site with the Kodak Replenisher DK-50R 1 gal. can spray 1310. spray 1 Kodak Lens load series 8 2 8 oz. bottles FR concentrated shorl t I Box. 10 Kodak mast, 126 1 Voss T5 Accesor box

nue. Gainesville. Florida. to con'irt'r: size 1 transparent 1 Allcura reflex housing with prlsrr I stop 6 Boxes. 50 ea. Kodak. Metal binders 1 Polaroid electric shutter No.
self
1. A request by Grace L. DePass to proverbial fine tooth comb 4 Kodak Microdol-X. 1 gal. size Marhal pre-color finder 2 8 oz. bottles Ansco 1 Compco custom film can 16mm 400ft. 440

I rezone from BU (Business. University even tunneled Then, after 4 Microdal-X Developer. 1 qt. size 6 Ansco Isodol, 5 oz. cans 1 Bel& Howell 2X telephoto. size 7 lution Fle'-Glos so model 124 1 Box misc. 8mm carnival film

Service) to B 1.2 (Business Institutional,) it 2 Kodak Chromium Intensified. OL 6 cans. Ansco Permadol 9 oz. cans. 3 8 oz btte FR Rapid Fixol 1 Wood Stero slid case C&B BOX 43
they told us were through 1 2 Bell & Howell I'/iX wide angle size 3 Pkgs.. 12 ea. Kodapak Diffusion
the property described as: ,, size 3 Cans. Ansco Permadol. 2 lb. size 4 Botte oz FR concentrated Fix 2 Mansfield remote control cords
Lot sixty-thrr(63) of O. A. Porter'sResurvey took cement 1 Can Ansco Arbol 4 oz size 5 lens C & BOX No. 1 S sheet. 8X10 3 Tripod cases
crack it 3 Kodak rapid mounting
we at
and Subdivision of East Half one more 3 Kodak projector slide plates 3'Ax4 1 Can Ansco Hyfinol 1 Alpex ivy* F:2.S telephoto lens 6 Boxes EAL bulbs 1 Pkg. FR color enlarging paper, 25 1 Misc. wood table with paper tap

Of lot one (1) In Southeast quarter and bang. We found the good. In.. 36 plates to packageS 3 Cans Ansco Normadol replenishes 1 Bel" Howell IVsX wide angle lens. 100 ECA No. 1 blubs sheets 8X10 1 Wood 3'-.x4 in. slide file, used
Six 51 Pkgs.. ea. Ideal Lantern slide
of Northeast quarter of Section Kodak projector slide plates 3Vix4V4 12 oz size 10 No. 1 Photo bulb 10 1 Tells story series 35 mm slide
(6). Township Ten (10) South. Range ies. In.. 36 plates to package 6 Cans Ansco Hyfinol replenishes 12 1 1 Alpex aux. telephoto lens series !S i 4 BCA bulbs mats viewer
Twenty (20) East as per plat book 2 Kodak Metallographic plates 2X10 oz size 1 Koak wide angle converter 6.5 m I 18. ECT bulbs 3 Boxes Minox transparency mounts 1 Holiday light bar used

"A" page 76. : The treasure trove lay in a I In.. 36 plates per package 2 Bottles FR electronic flash 6 EBV bulbs 2 f Boxes Boxes FR.Kimac 1 shot plastic slide protKtor 1 Tel story se.3 mm, slide
developer
Is located at 103 North II develop 1 Kodak, wide
angle X.2
This property er 26 oz. size 6.5 mrr I 10
1 Kodak Medalist photo paper 11X14 cover.r Toy bulbs
12 to foot astern of the Boxes FR 1 shot fine grain
20
west 16th Street. patch In. 50 sheets per package 2 Botle FR Hypro Neutralizer 26 oz 1 Canon lens 35 mm : 20 BAS bulbs 1 developer X-4 1 Holiday light bar used

2. A request by J. H. Ward to r.zo.'ro Tres Puentes ballast bounders 1.Kodabromide Photo paper IxlO 1 Soligor 35 mm F-2.8 8 BMS bulbs 21 Boxes FR. 1 Instant fixol 1 Bessler drier kit

R-2 (Multiple Family Reid tia" In. 500 sheets per 3 Bottles FR Ftxol! 26 oz size 1 Alpex aux. telephoto. lens. series t 3 300C bulbs 1 Pko_. IB sht. _riniihU_ u.Inhl.. 1 Wood nega-file box
Low Density) to BA-1 (Business "uto an area unaccountable neglected 1 Kodabromide pckag. r SxlO 2 Bottles FR Rapid Fixol. 26 or elsa 1 Kaliaar aux. lens. series 6 3 Sit hulh* .ht. Kn.k.. n .. 1 Wood nega-file slid storage file

motive Restricted) the property 2 2 Boxes. 100 sheets. BAtS. Luni [C&B BOX No. 18 tiA-bibS C & B: ntro"-16X20i 1 Nu-made. three drawer metal slid
sheets package
earlier by various diving per os-de 1 Jug Kodak Rapid fixer 1 2 file
ed as: Kodabromide Photo 5X7 In. veloping paper No. 4 gal. bulbs 9 Photo Album. style
,. 7. 8. and ,. block D of teams. 3 paper 2 Boxes. Ito sheets 8X10 Lunlnos C & B BOX C&B BOX No. 9 Photo albums TY.3 1 Apeco photostat machine HPly.n"C
1 style
Lot way Groves as recorded In Plat 25& sheets B Box per No. packageC 44 single weight Bromide contrast No.1 1 Jug Kodak Rapid fixer Itt gal. 2 Kodacolor C616 6 Photo albums style : & B BOX NO. 16

Book C. page 14. C & B BOX No. 7A C&B BOX NO. 12 Boxes Gevapan 36 4X5 In film f Holson albums TV-3 4 Premier Ttile letters
bath. oz.
Indicator stop
This property Is located o the North "We'll never forget holding in 22 size Kodak 1 4 Boxes 100 sheets ea. 8X10 Lumlnos 2 Pkgs Perfax S Thermographic copy 3 Rolls Fairchild Cine Phonic B&W 14-G refl No 2 Pkgs 9X12 Photographic blotters

of East University charcoal rough contrast paper 500 sheets box film, 8 mm II Mis. Kodak safe light filters, glass
east and corner Northeast 15th Street. Avenue ou hands at last the evidencethat 4 Kodafix solution I 1 gal. size 2 Boxes Luminos double normal weight char C&B BOX 10 per I P-1714-6 Holson album re'i packages No. 2 floating lids 4X5

3. A reguest by Reed B. Brown to re- treasure was aboard a C&B 62 Lens BOX No. 23 assorted large sizes coal tapestr. 8X10 100 sheets 4 Boxes Perfax S thermographic paper. 1 Roll Koak 8 mm, white movie 4 Holson album refill packages No. 1 Bausch-Lomb remote control cord
Service Industrial) cover. 7 500 leader 1 York foot switch with cord
zone from MS (Local weight Luminous Bromide sheets per box type 215. yellow 13-G
to RM (Mobil Hoe Parks) the property fleet that was hit off Florida by 4 Lens covers.box assorted assorted sizes small size film 8X10 cotrat 2 4 Boxes Perfax S thermographic pa- C&B BOX 1 2 Nelson albums style 6-K11X14 1 Timer light foot switch

Described as: a hurricane in Mey- black Large and white and color. approx.rol 2 Pkgs 8X10 25 sheets size. per. 500 sheets per box. type 301. white 4 Rolls Koak 1 mm, whit movie 2 Hols albums Discover. D14 4 1 12 in. rubber film roller
That part of the Northeast quarterof 173 kora GL-3 double weight Cy 2 Boxe Perfax thermographic leader. scrap Omega variable contrast filter

I th. Northeast quarter of Section 29. lach said. The dte was July C 500 B pks.Box No. IS 1 Pkgs Ansco SxlO 100 sheets Cykora sheets per box type 260 whit papr. 1 Ansco Super Hypan 16mm .10 ft. 1 Holson album photo. Discover D13 2 holder for enlargers
Township South Range 20 East. lying GL-3. double C&B BOX NO. 6 A film 1 Holson album Magnet Vue MB-I Dupont plastic filter for Varlgram
East of the right-of-way of the 15, he said. 1 sts. 3 e. Ace Photo trays OslO 3 Ansco Trial weioh enlarging paper 1 Ansco auto. set under water 6 Rolls Kodak, TX153 film 3 Holson album style HP 1411 1 Variloni
In.. with tongs cam Kodak Photo blotter roll IIVjX* ft.C&B .
Railroad except 8x10 30 Rolls Kodak 2
Atlantic Coast sheets to pkg. era No. Holson album style 6 HP 118
that portion th Ln r@f lying within the "It took us a long time justto C & B Box No. 3 Boxes FR C&B husing. A310 20 Rolls Kodak EP-120 fim fm. 1 Jumbo Vue BOX NO. 14
I fixer bleach Holso
Roberts model 1040. 4 stero. Developr. 13 27 Kodak Photo chamois 11X13'*
right-of-way of any public roads and get copies of old locating 1 recorder track 5 Boxe Neafn developr 2 Boxes Perfax thermographic paper, 25 Koacolor.120 1 Mise Snapshot album 2 Omega Variable filter holder,for
chat RX-120 4
subject to the easement granted to tap C & NPS. type 215 yellow ROis Koak. film albums, style Pic-pak 23
plastic holders
and Telegraph the sunken and 1 Pageant sound projector 2 1 13 Rolls TX-620 films 4 Holson albums
Southern Bell Telephone Rolls Scotch magnetic tape Box Perfax thermographic paper 240 style Pic-pak 33 1
hulk model AV-255-S Watson 66B, 35 mm bulk film load
Company to erect and maintain ft. No. 11A-24R V4240 white 16 Rolls Kodak, TX-127 film 4 .Holson albums style Pic-pak 34
I telephone lines thereon and to contempoary the C & B Box 1 Eveready battery No. 703 C&B BOX NO. 20 Rolls Kodak. VP-127 film 2 Holson albums style Pic-pak er
slidefilm 3 1 Kodacraft miniature roll film tank
drainage easements of record. disaster he said. The hurricane 1 Du Kane model flip-top 14A230C sound pro- 2 Kodak fier. series 6 1 33 mm Projector Case. Graflex 19 Rolls Koaclor. C-127 film C&B BOX 41 1 I If or d Multigrad set
12 Rolls 1 Kodak filer
This property Is located on the South teor.. Kodak cable release No. 5. Schoolmaster model 3812 Koak. VP-120 film Presstape editing outfit, 8X16 2 Boxes Kodak cotton
C
of Northeast 39th broke ships bound 7 in. C&B BOX NO. t Rolls ; C-620 film mm
west corner Avenue up 58 koacolor 1 E-Z
& Lomb Balomatle No. 676 viewer
and Northeast 2nd Street 1 Bausch 14 Boxes Holson Pass out albums 100 1 Sawyer. model 500 R projector 25 Rolls Kodak VP-620 film 1 Mansfield Skylark 300 projector used 1 Grate auto. tray mo.1 7
Beckum to re- from Mexico to Spain. slide projector [C&B 15 Rolls Kadak. 1 Kodak 500 projector,
4. A request by John T. ea. box inscribed Hooper-Mezort BOX No. EHB-120 film used 2 Kodak color thermometer
R-2 (Multiple Family Resi C .BOX 1 Smith Victor 4 Fkgs. Perfax 7 Rolls C-828 film 1 Bel & Howell. 8 mm. model
from reel 253.
tone Koacole.
School Master case model RC-1 thermographic 1 Metal speed-er I 5X7
and Thomas 1 case '
Density) to BR-2 (Retail Meylach are only Gra'le 1 Camera 500 sheets. papr. 18 Rolls film projector used
dential-Low Bus case model Grey & Black srie 205 buff iVjXJl Koak. EX-8 2 1 Metal speede-z I 8X10
C & B Box
mess) the property described as: numerous diving teams C&B BOX 48 4 Pkgs. thermographic 23 Rolls IR135-20 film 4 ft. I mm reels 1 Watson film model 668
The North 6 feet 'of the South 116 one.of. 1 Admaster ViewerC 16 Photorap mailing envelopes size 500 sheets, series 260 buff 8V4X11 paper 25 Rolls Kodak. KX 126-20 Kodapak 1 1 300 ft.. I mm reel cans 6 Ansco Ir. outfits
& B BOX ft. 8 develpin
$. and the 2 mm reel
feet of lots and Campl's Re exploring Pkgs. Perfax thermographic cartridge 5 FR film
of Lot 13 In the of 1 Kodak Kodaslide signet 500 pro- 23 Photograph mailing 500 sheets series papr. 30 Rolls VP126-12 Kodapak 1 Brownie Fiesta flash holder 4 Anscomatic
plat Sth Florida's envelopes size white 8ViXll Koak developing tanks
that have 26
wrecks fringed lector film strip. model 3F 1 Duolose flash
Section 32. Township Soth Range 6X8 1 Ultra Blitz Jet UM flash attachment 5 Bausch Lomb Balmite 50 slid
according to th of C & B BOX 3 Boxes Pass out 1 Metal gun 12 Kodacolor, CX126-12 Kodapak 1 Cornet M flash gun projectors
20 East. re coast in the last 400 years. albums 300 per box Speed-ez-el 8X10
4 Ansco Regent protector 435 2 Mansfield
"A" 65 of M Inscribed 2 cartridge clip flash
In Plat Book page Hooper-Mezort Remote control projector cords o units C & B BOX
or public records of Alachua Coun The Florida Keys are the slides 1 Kodak Instamatic 10 outfit 1 Braun F-65 flash gun 82 Rolls Kodak Plus X negative movie 1 Auto load TM cartridge, model 1 Miller projector table with casters
BOX 54 011A23
ty. Florida. C&B 1 Accessory bag 1 Braun F-80 flash film 1 mm. 100 ft. nC B BOX
gun I
the 1 Began miniature enlarger. model 1 Escot C&B 1 Box Kodak projector slide 11 Kodak Generator flash holder, 1 air
This property Is located en Wes; most promising area but an expedition Sub. H tripod BOX No. contrast plates type Emers coitior. used
side of Northwest 6th Street 5 ft 1 Keysto.8 mm Reviera 23 Misc. flash cords C & NO.
North of Northwest 15th Avenue. currently fitting out C&B BOX 50 model K.4 used camera 1 Anseo Regent slid projector 1 Box Kodak Ektachrom ER type 3 Sekonlc type F-3 gadget bags 1 Kodak Carousal carrying case

5. A request by the City Planning Department i 1 Keystone model 980Z automatic 1 Bell 16 mm. magazine 3 6 In., S mm reels used B 35 mm 100 ft. 1 FR Electronic flash gun 1 Gratlex School master projector, 750.
found
to amend Section 2907(1) el I to delve though a hulk projector. I MM camera model 200 used 1 m reel case 1 Roll Kodak direct postlv 35 mm 1 Smith Victor model LS flash gun model 10

the Gainesville Code of Ordinances by off Fort rce, north of Palm C&B BOX t Harmony transitorized speed life 1 Trip caseC 3 fm. TP40 100 ft. 2 Ansco flash, type V flash gun 1 Grate School master cs
1 Bogen 'enlarger model 69 High
Boxe contrast 2 1
'
metal
the addition of the following subsection w cords & 7 copy. 3 HlrO reflector adapter, model I : can
C&B BOX 31 1 Argus 28 Kodak mm film, M417 100 ft. 1 Jorgen Reginia i J electric cash
mm projector/
: projector
Beach 1 Kodak Brownie I movie tic. 3 Electroma- slide plates med 8 Pkgs Kodak mailers, register.Jype KRl
) Maneuvering and access drivewaysfor mm pro 5 _ium sl PK2-I- 1 Sekonic pistol grip
( off-street parking shall lector mel .1 C&B I Kadok projector C&B BOX 63 8X10 Photo mailersC
slide No. 41
area 7
plates, Pkgs. Kodak
contrast mailers

2 for Koda & B BOX
projector model AZno 1 NO. 34
within the plot Radiant
be provided Screen 3
Is located o SOME LOCATION! 2 case chrome I mm 24 ft. magazIne PK-59 Ansco. light II. w/case 177 Cartons Kodak Lantern slid
i Mirandette 3
the parking Kodak
which 1 1 Argus Shewmaster 500 AZ movie transitor tape recorder color processing kits C.2 1 7 Pkgs Kodacolor film mailers DP203R i IOI Electric eye remote flash binders
that automobiles shall not b required Kashmir lies in the Haima- projector 1 model 102. deluxe C&B BOX NO. 7 135-20 film uni 2 Kodak 4 each film & plate

to back Into or maneerwithin I NikI tape recorder. Grundizg & cord 1 Box Photo fix 2 lb. 14 oz. Kodak 9 Boxes Kodacolor film mailers DP12 1 Kodak Ekfamlt flash holder developer hangers
the public street right-of-. layan foothills between heat- 1 Keystone 107. automatic I 1 Odhner 1 Box No. C.
mm adding machine. Kodak Fixer, 12
movie projector model (use 8 4 lb. Boxes Kodacolor 16mm mailers. PK 100F 1 of photo
way on entering parking areas.or leaving theoffatreet plains and mountains of 1 Graflex Strobo-flash 1 Mirandette w-cord 1 Can Kodak Dektol Developer Vh 47 for 50 ft. magazine 2 Kodak Rotar flash holder type 2 Caro 1Xl.3"c trays
bake tape lb. -
recorder 5
L A request by the Cit Planning Department 3 Ansco slide trays 1 Airequipt Jr. printer. cas 4 Boxes Kodak film Kodacolor mailers DP20-3X fe 13520 I Minolta 1 flash attachment clamp 3 3. Ace photo trays cycolec
Direct
snow. M-l
to amend ef eteral 10 Pkgs. Kodak rewind clips 10 pkgs.Of 1 FC Densitometer pestive film redeveloper 4 Kodak. i oz. |lars opaque red plastic 11X14S
Stl 2-1t model 2 Rolls Minox Ansco
MR2. used 10 chrome ASA32
bv 10 1 ea. 1 Kodak 1 Holson albums, style 6GF-I
the Gainesville Code LEGAL NOTICE Kowa H. 35 mm camera S Boxes pgs. film oz. par Opaque black
to read follows 1 Yashica lens shade. 54 mm C&B w-case mounts. B25< 3 Heliotron 1 Holson albums style 6HP-11S
as
changing (1) BOX No. A flash
subseio Board of Public Instruction of 73 1 Jar Kodak 1 Roll Adax. guns
The 1 Cokenonicls Citric Acid 1 lb. KB17 for 35 mm film 1 2 Holson albums, style Pioneer
Walz
mm. 1 flash
camera case
: Alachua Florida will receive bids 3 3 mm. Projector case, Graflex 1 Jar Kodak 4 gun TOn
Cont. C & B BOX 31 Potassium Dichromat Rolls Agfa film CM-14 Minox I 1 Tessina tp 3 Hors albm.style Jumbo Vu
((d) One (1) space for each one hundred for the : electronics shop equipment 2 Knoick SC"ol master. model 3812 3 Cans Kodak Developer 14 oz. 4 Rolls Tessina film cartridge 1 Tessina lens cs .
fifty (150) square feet of automotive glass, hardware. French camera cases BOX 53 Cans Kodak 076 6 Rolls P-2.3 strap
FR
re 1 Mobile grip 1 Developer 3'.', oz. Panatomlc-X 271 I 1 Tesslan 4 Nelson albums style Pic-pac
tai sales o actual retai use o horns paper gooos manual typewriters 1 Avigo el BAIA Motion picture reviewer, mod t Cans Kodak Developer DK-60a 9 oz. e .B BOS No. 14 1 bulk loader with-case 1 Nikor mm semi-auto 3
3
V-16 1m
US for personal tray and silver cart, lumber scrub trip used 4 Cans Kodak Replenisher, DK-oOaTR I Dulos case loader
C B ,
1 1
end to sub-sections (0) and (p) t buses office equipment dishwashing 1. 2 Mansfield custolatic I mm, pro- 12'* oz. 3 Rolls Adox KB14 fIlm, 135-134 film IVi hip case C&B BOX 34
table
as follows: furniture Campvill% Boe trip lector mel 2 Cans Kodak Rolls Ansco Versapan 135-20 film Boxes Apec film 4%.
red 31 Developer D2 2 pr.s.rer
ppr. 12 Holson
compn I 29 Pkgs refills style 35P
Sco 5%. 1000
lb box
hundred 1 per
(o) On (1) space for each recording tape reels oz. Rolls D-200-135-20
tr empty
(30) square feet for Sealed bids will b* opened at the Scl 1 Graflex Century Graphic 2X3Ve. 4 in. size 3 Cans Kodak Dektol developer 5 3 Rolls "nshro.. T-l 00-135-17 fl 2 Boxe Apee/500 ea.. brown craft 1 Pkg Holson albums, style plc-pak I

office use In Board Meeting August IX 1964 30 camera 1 Camera accessory bag used 'I' Cans Kodak Microdal-X oz. 2 Rolls Ansochrome, film flm presrer. 4X5 in. 1 Pkg. Holson albums style plc-pac
1 Pkg. 8 mm, films cans 1 Bell & Howell repllnisher D.10132 1 I 5 Photo albums
Interested 3 Rolls
ness services and professional p.r Persons may movie camera case 5 oz. Ansochrome film Pegco Easy mounts,
sro 0101320
ices copy of "Call for Bis." and furtsterinlormation 1 Pkg. mis. coiled ext. cords. exten- 1 Bel.Howell movie 3 Cans Kodak 3 Rolls Ansochrome film assorted sizes C&B BOX 27

(p) Mobil Hoe Parks; one parin o these ItPs from E. D. Hon & adapter rings ea cas rnforCe cam D-76R, 1 lb. Developer repllnisher 7 Rolls Ansochrome 01013512 1353 film 1 1 Bre box Savage glassine film 1 I Richard Polaroid 18 in. washer
110A with
1 flash 1 camera
space for each mobile Manin. Junior Superintendent of Pub Pkg. mise accessories Zeis Ikon case 1 Jar Kodak Sodium I Rolls Ansochrome. DS133 film preserversNikkorPC mo.1
he. Department 1817 East 1 Pkg. misc. flash extention 1 mm camera use 3 HYdroxide. 1 lb. 6 Rolls Ansochrome. film I 1:2 F-8.S CM lens. case .
7. A request by tie City Plannin Instrcti Unlv.rlt"ve cords cle. used Jars Kodak Sodium used 1 Kodak-Cin automatic F-l:9
1 4 2 Bell &
Bolex Thlyanat
10 Howell
Rolls
to amend Section the nue Florida. ri.ete Palliard camera case used oz. Asroe. D-50-1 camera cases trre'
2
Gainesville Cod of Ordinane regarding (3534) 1:5 _ _ _ 1 Ikon right angle tens 1 Bell & Howel camera cs. us C & B BOX 21 2 Rolls Vers pn 120 film 1 1 Braun Keystone camera case 2 Argus Olympus M-4 pen-pak zo. 8 mm Clmen camera
Mobile Home Park by the addition OF-SHERIFF'S SALE S Kodak filter 60 m 1 Zeiss camera 3 Sekonic Duatmatlc 2 Rolls Adox. KB1.t53 film camera case, us 2 3
cs.
of regulations governing mobile h."ars NOTICE execution Issued out of 1 Kodak Supplementary lens 6 mm 1 Agtfalux flash unit us ie camera, model Z 8 mm mov 1 Rol. Adex KB21-133 1 1 Agfa camera ease, U Sit Vio. LS movl
virtue of an Olympus
By 1 &
1 Kodak 8 filter pocket mm Sunset unittic light 1 BOX NO. camera case usedC&ZB'iyoX

request by the City Planning Department County.the Court Florida of Record In I and case for of Alachua WDVH. 'N Kodak Retina close-up lens 3. type 1 2 Dark Room rubber mter.apron model 31 SKo. model Oualmatic 130 S 8 mm movl 4 Unilume Daylight Mobile Mobilite life twin movie bean light NO.2 Camera "*'. us 1 1 Minolta-la Brownie, Starmatic, model P outfit camera

to eme Section 21 of the Inc. and others versus N40Rollel Polaroid print files. No. 1501 1 Carena head 1 4 Cases S Kodak Starmatic cameras
I Hor-ozer 1 85 C 1 Used Polaroid wink triP Mobilite twin tvngstonC M3 flash bulbs I
Gainesville by the lens n light. model 1 bam
250 Mamiya 4 Voss
Coe Ordlnence dated the 5th day of March. 1 4.r red filter B NO. 10 Cases M3B flash bulbs Viewers
addition of selo (S) to read as Corprtio upon the following 1 Kodak fite.3 mm 1 Helitr A flash unit. model NC36 1 Mamiya Sunliht fitter 1. BOX 2 Cases MJ5B 1 Ansca cadet rfe cameraS
: lvie C & B 32 Elero Voice microphone, 1 Mamiya mis bu fas blb fa blb
model Mamiya MC.
flows property to wit 727 4 filter- 4 Sekonic ,1 Sleeves M3 3 mm earner
Y2
Commercial vehicle In 6 Boxes Holson photo refills used 1 S42 b. fash 2
( parking residential 1959 Ford. Van-Body 1963 alb Mamiya 40.5 1 Sekonic small Sleeves F Kesto KI. mm
filter camera 2 caera
Whie. Stle. mm
19 Y2
I
districtsa C Holson photo K51IHolson tape 5y42 b. s.z fas blb 2
albs recorder model TR 1
11 G-H No. Crai 403. Mamlya Sekor lens 4 Misc. gadget 2 Sleeves M3B
( ) No commercial vehicle of over FIe and C&B 26. 24 2 2 3 photo albs style WMl ISO 'o F. 3 Ascot gadget bags Sleeves M2SB blb 2 Revere, I mm. reflex electric cam

en* and ol to cpit 13 2 lens dusting brushes 4 Holson photo albumsstyle 3HPS 19 Scotch recording tap reels, IPt. 1 Mamiya m So. ISO mm, FJ. tele- 4 Viewlex prevlewer. Jr. 15 filmstrip 2 Sleeves M2 flash'blb era
m
7 in
"iania" 4 Holson photo albums style hIPS size. 4 slid
aal b rWJlart o 15 B. type pocket flashguns scopic lens case model 1 7 Sle| No 5 flash bulbs Vo yler
of land C 6 Holson photo albums style D13 1 Polaroid fitted carry all case No. 322 1 Mamiya Professional C-3 3 Mansfield auto. mm 10 I flash 4 mir flash units SI
any residential district. flash 3 Holson photo albums style JV1 1 Previewer & splicer, (lid 1 Konica auto. S camera "Skylark" .3 cma 3 Sleeves SM blb 3 flash units

(b) No vehicle that Is not In run 4 1 "Eso'pocket Magazine li"gu movie 7 .Holson photo albums style MVI missing) I 1 Argus color viewer camera 1 Konica, E matte, P2 8 Sleeves l SF f.s blb 1 Schnlder componort 1:5-1S normal

nin coitio shall be parked "R.ver used 1 Holson photo albs style 35P 1 Graflex Strobe flash IV unit 2 StatIc fix 203 transformer 2 Otmp.3 3 m mm camera 10-EE C&B BOX fas. lens

o stoe I any residential dis- 3 camera. slid magazines 1 Holson photo albs style TV 34 1 Mcl: Nikko lens attachment 2 Eveready Nikon F camera 2 Mamlafl.x model C. C Sleeve AC-1 Flash 1 Sld componofl 1:5'10 normal
"AIuip' 1 blb
Pen-ee camera Hols photo albs style 33P us 1 Eveready Knoka cs 1 Konica light 'f .No. 31 FP Flash
f. A request by t City Planning Department 1 Minolta-16" P C & B BOX 13 I Canine Photo album, model TX50 1 Hasselbland camera cs 1 Leitz adapter fad I "DXI bulbs blb 1 Schnider componon 1:45 lens
Model camera tip
to portions of Section 1 3 Boxes Kodak 2 VPD clip flies cmera. S C 1 Schniaer normal
IX11 2 shut Commercial albums model FPO- 1 Konica 1 14 DDB componon
1 model J-66 camera mm camera FP s 3"Cmer. Bulb
J-30 of The Gainesville Cod of Ordinances "Polaod fil 290H 9 Kodak 3 1 Babnite 4 DEF lens
with
to read as follows: 1 "Polarol ml 100 camera 5 Boxes 5X7. 100 sheets Kodak Royal 10 No Pate Photo albs 8X19 size 2 Starati 11 cameras 4 Palc series polo 1. gadget 2 CRA Bulb 1 Voss anastigmat 1:4.5 F-1M MM
(1) Section 29-30. Regulations of home a"aht. Ortho film |C & B BOX Nikkox. camera bodies sl N 3 CCP bulbs lens

occupations. 1 "Aruss" camera used movie e & B BOX No. 13 I Ace hard rubber photo tray 18X22 [C 1&Nikko F camera 3 mm 1 b.Arus. 135 telephoto. lens for 1 CLX bulb 20 Rolls Kodak TX177 films
camera m
Medallion I BOX NO.
1 "Kodak 15
40 Rolls
Hoe ocpatios Including 2 Boxes sheets. Kodak Royal In. J BEH bulb Kodak VP624
any pfei business us Or fil 4XS 2 C&B BOX 1 Cans I1oz.' Acufin film developer 1 Argus 35 am.mm wide ang1 lens for 3 DBJ bulbs 4 Rolls Kodak VP 420
I
2 Pony 2 cameras 5 Cans. $<\oz., AC'in Industrial film 4 Rolls Kodak FR Pantonic X271a
/ o b excludingp.rion.l used Boxl 4XS 100 sheets. Kodak Royal 2 Perfax thermographic copy paper developer SIR cameraC&B 2 CTS bulbs
1 Polaroid model 95 camera 500 sheets 260 BOX NO.1'I 2 CCM Rolls FR Trl-X 270
ic studios sln rtaurant ptorap an IU 1 Keystone 6 movie plKt. used I 3 Orh Boxl sheets. Kodak Commercial 2 Perfax thermographic white 17 Cans 0.oz..A.Replenisher Box FR Professional color pit kit 3 CAS blb 44 Misc. camera Instruction books
4XS 2 copy paper 4
tomobile reair. may b C 1 Keystone K.2 Capri mvie 8<
due In a dis- cara. u 3 Boxe 4X5. sheets. Kodak Suoer. 1 0. Kodak Mlckot X LPD. size 15-57 oz. S magnifiers
to th* following 1. I Trvele t MM 'movie camera. 2 film -- Pen trrapi copy paper, replenisher mix legal wed No cn 1 CCW lp 1 Weston Master II fight meter

regulations: used 4 Boxe Panrati 4) 2 sheets. Kodak --I C&B BOX No. 45 8 Cans 2 115 oz.. Acufin replenisher C & B BOX 3. 2 C&B BOX NO. 17 1 Pr. Amber Bausch & Lomb sunglasses

(t) (b) Not more than 20 P cent of 1 K.ysto Be A Model K-1 I N Pa fim 1 Snide*33 Variogon N-l 27 Cans 3.4 cz.. Ethel paper developer 2 Cans Et Acidfix. size 15-57 oz. 1 Voss Universal slid -

the first f ar o any _i 4 boxes 4x3, 23 sheets. KMit M 1.U. it* c_ Kodak Selector < -''d 4 aat r ox. Kotut Venttat dtvelQOff I Tftara Ctaou vi**.f Y'e
dwelling may t* t" ) a iow.fl tnoocl Ml t U C 7 PDtor&a > cam, iLl u 7 JVwTWA/rwdW C&PADXO. .
1" Mst Precta filmS SUM contact Dl m ,N' 1 I f/cuffing 6oar' t
( \I \
to such. uses. movie camera \ Y'Sii "q. \ ) Jtiflps. ) .0- Xtd.e 'IJ5')5t1 5i-iPt iw 1 1T$% IVT1 W
fvtii
w" ttS K)m 7f 6r'motitior \ \))
t Kad&t-IS: S : : N item I Ano that 1 n V erun ft
,
as { fo otc oelectrkaly lllc.el'l Kodak. Pius X "Si nOn oper yR: complete
f o Ul"r J1
oetrittd motor ) Agt soeru) I cme.u I Panhati t\r I n 1 0/ 1 \ L r6.t ,rsstwsl { dryer '* 11 ".Jpl County. Ftorltt. <*U( an Wednesday the
60* s M tO..E.Q't Mirander Hash t\m brs tXtl 1 f f e tofr, '' {n I ; ''ttfn .
al be used to eonunetioA 1 Ansco SpettiexI mm 'CAB BOX 45 o conditioner I AM mtttl Scioe-Z 'I d jr ft Avgv**' "** between me

w\ suds horn occupation and Olympus( Coost camera us I Rhodes No photogrtphlc 43 3.4 cz. ? 7 Kodat C." XefAtntiter 7 Film erooter tl hours ei 17:00 'm. *nrf 2HO pm.,
1 Box 3UX./U. KaeUlc fluX thru twitch D,1 HiP I
*- CMS En
the total hwpe of such I Kodak 6rwn used I MM Pan film 2 .t model 78174 5 Ca.27 C Et dvelO'ls 1 Kodak O lf IC \btls 1 ft. M. commencing tot front of the North Door
permitted motors camera & B P121I of the Courthouse. Gainesville. AlachuaCounty.
Process 5
"
rl. 4 Boxes Kodak Plus- 1 22" Graphic 120 N. Ae developing pans
sheets. Gra"f. roil holder fubb
1 Kodak t MM movie 2v3' 2
toatt not exc three II) Ie\at cer. X Pan It BAN Anschmrf developing o Florida offer for sale saidprop.'tr

(3 lwr or one (U used 2 fl Kodak 1 Exposure 10 Type 300 E&angavbulbe C & B BOX NO1A 3 Ace Hard rubber developing pans aprf se-i the fm to m. kJg*.
any single I motor. I Busch Poessman %1 I H4 cae. P 80J"2.3'.2 ihecfs Po.r mte model PR- I No. 4 Photo flood bulbs 1 Radiant Deluxe Meteor 30X40 In. 12X12 est bidder for cash to satisfy said execution -

All motor and equipment used 7 Bones. fl 1 ZoomX 104-45 2 OMS movie screen 1 Ace Hard rubber developing pans and costs. The property boxing
134: l the conduct o any 1 Eumlg movie Clmra. used tVXv 2 s Ko.Ctrat 2 Escot l cases e 3 DMX"tlb S Rao-irt Leadw 3M4 I movielRadbant 12X14 been levied upon by mt and will b*

homo occupation b I B.I.Ho." 16 MM movie camera 5 Boe 2UXJU.es fl 2 Kodak I Argus, 35 mm slide fray f DRC "QB- Meteor 30X40 In. j Smith Vo metal sfldo flies sold as the property ef the defendant
not to "
"td 1 movie film 4 Heiland shutter cords 17 DRS 1 Mole Hooper-Mozert Merchandise will b* displayed
HU Reflex Pa"
1 PalUard movie screen
A r'i 0 t.ltlsl It.rerte. camera 101.1 4 Boxes. 2Ux3<4. U sts Kodak 1 Leica shutter cord No. 15414 30EP' -";" 1 Radiant "OB" Meteor, 40X40 in 1 Est click-stop bounce flash for all Interested In bidding,

10. reut b te Section Planin D 1 Zelss Ikon Movlkon I camera used Ektachrom type B film 1 Smith-Victor flash gun. model L-5 4 C8J"c'. .: movie screen 3 I cz. bottle Kodak brown toner the day of th* sal*. Plact; to b* etr

Gainesville Ime Ordinances by the 1 Super Westomat 35 camera I Boxes. r double 8eie Kodachrom 2 Cans Ansco color film developer 4 2 CAL" C&B BOX NO. 1 W I 0 Pos Kodak Kodak far'reducer plat* mined later.J. .

of 1 Zelsa Ikon Prontormat-S 11. roll grans 1 CWA 25runrgerLenttcvler. In. frrotp M. Crevasse Jr., Sheriff
of e definition I fur yard camera ,2 I & i 4,4
ot amend Section 2? o.f the used 7 bes 1 100 ft. Etta 2 Bottles Kodak lens cleaner CDS .-- movIe screen 1pes Special 1 tank Alachua County. Florida
en.. Code Ordinances by Gll. 1 Zeiss Ikon cast film 1 Qt Kodak PolychromerQts. 2 DEJ" CIIBBOXNO. m del By Novalan M. Hoon. 0. L
t Idd1 cmr. J 1 Bottles
finn of rful.tlo o regarding | yard. .B BOX No 3 2 Rolls Kodak EH128 film 4 Kodak Rapid Selenium t 2 DEC I Brr Lila 4CX43 a I I ez. Bottles Hyp-a-twt (3487) 7:11 22, i Mr

(105) : I $Brown) I M mevl camera with Rolls Kodak CX129 film a Baffles movie film cleaner 4 u 4 OFD" C Ir.U

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ABBY I CAN'T I HAVE NICE HAIR,A VERY7PLEteANTSiMLE I IF y0U( ApD L'P' ALL AVIFEATv'RE5AI IMllBE ClOO AXED! : dliotC ; !
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DEAR ABBY: I have a neighbor who is the nerviest per DEAR GIRL:, In plain English. And "fast AH'LUSTOPTH* f AW'LL KILL't need
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son I've ever know but I hate to hurt her. She walks into o MOOS1C// AH'LL- MAHSKUF.'J 3 L to dothat

my house without knocking and has scared me out of my BASH ITOUTAMAH .

wits so many times it's not even funny. She opens my refrigerator DEAR ABBY: Where we live, the houses are very close Izla BRAIN r wWEtLTN15 1- I friend.7

to see what's there. She lifts the lids off my potsto together. Lately I have seen a boy, who can't be more than MJ

find out what I am cooking. She even adds water if she nine years old, hanging out of the bathroom window, smok- ,.urw tea.i .

thinks it needs it. If a letter happens to be laying around, ing. I see him almost every day. He is obviously smokingon

she'll read it. She has even picked up my husband's check the Q. T., and blowing the smoke outside. I know his

stubs and studied them. I could go on and on. Don't tell mother just to say "hello" to. Do you think the next time I

me to keep my*doors locked. With children it's hard. I have see her, I should tell her what her son is up to? la

never taken such liberties in her house. Is there some nice A NEIGHBOR

I to this? I wouldn't hurt her feelingsfor l -5c .
way can put a stop YOU 'C
DEAR NEIGHBOR: Put yourself in her shoes. If I
the world.
DEVOTED READER had a child that age, doing what hers was doing, wouldn't i
you want to be told?

DEAR READER: There is no "nice" way to tell a snoop i UH BVJEEPERSU C/ o / FIFTY

that she's a snoop. Keep all personal mail and check == PAW-I'M GOIN' DOWN LET ME 1 THAW SHORE IS" DADBURM.POUNDS

tabs out of sight. And when she adds water to jour soup DEAR ABBY: I appreciated your column on how much H TO TH'STORE FOR PONDERSPOOLOFTHREAD OF

count to ten. But don't complain of HER nerve if YOU satisfaction some of your readers got from giving away the PHCD A + SUGAR"HEY

haven't the nene to tell her SHE'S nervy! clothing of their loved ones after they had 'passed away. CAN i err YE tl S
ENNYTHING? ,
o o When my mother died, I couldn't bear to give her clothes

away, so I wrapped them in paper and packed them in

DEAR ABBY: How does a 20-year-old girl who has just boxes. Thirty years later, upon opening the boxes, everythingwas I

announced her engagement with intentions to get married moth-eaten and yellowed with age. How much better it .l

next summer tell her parents that she has to get married as would have been for her lovely clothes to have been worn out

loon as possible? by some friend! cQ e

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Mr. JohnV. hardworking politicians and Therfore it behooves anyonein ing is that there should be some Q

.B.Sullivan, Vice President of government employees.We communications, whether it limits put on humor, particularly U _
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WHEW, one of New York's be newspapers, television or ra- where our politicians are -
personally know how Mr. dio, to stay away from any humorous ] concerned.
leading radio stations has announced }
Sullivan feels, because for years .
treatment of
that his station Is banning we have been pressed by people tical scene. the'POllI Until some decent legislation L7F ;

an comedy records that to make fun of such sacred I is passed which will prevent
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ridicule the United States government American institutions as WNEW has announced it Is! people from making fun of our f I

Its processes, institutions Congress, the State Department "not averse" to its performers I government, we must have self- _

lawmakers and political the Pentagon and the "commenting on the world censorship of satire. WNEW has

candidates. Mr. Sullivan was Executive Branch of the government around us." So it is not tryingto shown us the way and we

quoted as saying, "Satire has an Well meaning but eliminate humor altogetherfrom should all be grateful So let's I I

Important place in our free society thoughtless friends have felt this country. have no more criticism of Mr. SAK6E, IS TrIEE'I NE 54DY /
and indeed in broadcasting. there is a source of humor in But what Mr. Sullivan is say- Sullivan, please. + ANY RULE AGAINST 'rU E. A

But in these times of these groups and believe they I .wl. HAVING A COMPANV SOME 03>sJOXiOCS t .
political heat and social unrestwe should be satirized.But MA : BEAST '-%.
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call for a strong second we have always repliedto 'An Evening With TV' 95a 'ij
look at the broadcaster's
responsibility -
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sciousness. my responsibility. If I criticized I i,..... .I
Mr. Sullivan was loudly critI- any of our governmental in- arm lark illrarx 'play to fit a specific time slot? j.-., .r J

cized for his stand on this issue stitutions I would be playing By PAUL GARDNER 'I Why must the news always be 's oS.
but into the hands of this nation's 15 minutes when, on a given "."., 4 1
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emies. Satire has may only seven -
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says minutes? This is holdover I
place in free ; a ...
have had our society
you irresponsible as ium should --
penpie eventually breakaway from radio." --- -
making fun of our govern- long as it doesn't hurt anyoneor from radio's tradition of I
make fun of but it I Lang said that if the projectwas I 15 PkTTI YE5sUE 5'A I WONPEK )IF VaTO MJNO E5 OuvGE! ,
ment and and anybody, '
our politicans everyone 'having end
programs on the HER. ITS CURE
AWAKENING
becomes rejected Universal would TM 3UDGE PAtZKER. NO.7UDC E..HE'S HOME? IN 6ED!
in Washington is'getting very dangerous whenit hour or half-hour. t5 MR.IJfDSN.a OUfOFTOWN'E. IMPORTANT THAT 2.
proceed on its Several!
tick of it is used for purposes of ridi own. I SPEAK WITH HER!
Jennings Lang vice -
cule." presi- years ago Sylvester L. Weaver,;
The United States govern- I dent of television production for former president of the National -'

ment, as everyone who pays We have pointed out that this II..Universal City Studios said be Broadcasting Company, bad ,

taxes knows, is no laughing is particularly true during an had discussed an Integrated proposed a similar "magazine" ,<
matter, and should be above election neither evening of drama news variety approach to television, = .
year. Obviously -
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criticism. The smart Alec satir- President Johnson nor Sen. shows and situation comedy "This is a magazine or night- 4

ical types who are always poking Goldwater lend themselves to with a major network. at-the movies idea," Lang con : = i

fun at our institutions haveno humor. Democratic stalwartssee "We would take four hours tinued. "Hopefully it would keep YTF

role in a free and democratic i and include in that span viewers on one network as exact "

nothing funny in their QI r
candidate
society. Instead of buildingup ..,* various programs that would times for the beginning and
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GEOFFREY GOULD which would bring the House 1 .
WASHINGTON (AP) The measure into line with a 947.5,I I
$9S2.5-million war-on-povcrty million bill passed by the Sen i
bill bearing the LBJ brand ate. I i: I
reaches the House floor today, They believe the Senate Ii
and anxious administration changes answer the strongest I i
leaders are still checking on criticisms that have been raised ,
their votes. by the bill's opponents. I
Three days of debate and Chief among these Senate
amendment have been sched- changes: DELICIOUS
uled for the omnibus bill, which Elimination of a provision for CUT FROM HEAVY C C I
combines attacks on poverty grants of up to $1,500 for low-in
WESTERN GRAIN-FED LB. FOR LB. 1 I
through a youth job corps, com- come rural families.-Only loansare
munity action projects, work- 'provided in the Senate bill. STEER BEEF BONE
training programs loans to rural Elimination of a provision by IN BRAISING {I
families and many other as- .which the director of the program II
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speaker and other Democratic
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the bill will win House passage. camp or center in his state. BEEF LIVER LB. 29ci
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J4 Gainesville Sun Wednesday August 5. 1964

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Firm Given Give ResultsIn 1 More I 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICB

Negro Heads Say AboutHousing KUT Beauty'N Saloon KURL 1

Beauty on a Budget
3 StatePrimaries All work guaranteed.
OK to Drill You PERM. WOO up
SHAM.-SET $1.50 u.
14 E. Univ.; Ave. 372-77T4
Riots UnplannedNEW From Page 1 Open nights by appt.

III CountyAn E SPECIAL NOTICES
.. I an unusual or radical concept It has no provisions for upgrading

Oklahoma oil firm will YORK (AP) Three of King did not have any comment WASHINGTON (AP) Mis-' is very simple and basic." because of the general word- WORKING from Archer girl needs Road to Iransporlaiioa Gainesville

I six top Negro leaders say the immediately. souri Democrats apparently I The planning director outlined 8869.hours from I to 5. Phone 37*.
ing."It
get its wish to drill cores to Jersey City N.J., riots are not a Whitney Young, executive di- gave Secretary of State WarrenE. the provisions of the proposedcode. needs to be spelled out Can 1964 PARADE OF HOMES

study minerals on road rights- planned breach of the recent rector of the National Urban Hearnes their nomination for how to improve, not just tear Junior August Woman's 9-16.. .Benefit Club Charities. .

of-way in Alachua County- "summit meeting" call for cur- League, was attending the or- governor in an upset Tuesday 1 He said the city commission down," Delaney added. See any member for tickets.

subject to restrictions imposed i tailment or cessation of civil ganization's convention in and renominated Rep. Richard would have four primary responsibilities The city manager said that j. CHRISTIANSE1CORPORATION

by the County Commission.The rights demonstrations until aft- [Louisville, Ky., and could not be Boiling as three states held pri : .although the dangerous building

er election day. reached for comment. maries. i ordinance was used extensivelyfor
I' -To hold ST. AUGUSTINE
firm had asked permission Leaders of national civil Hearnes held to a margin of assessment hearingsif the first few years after it
liens are to be placed against
to drill three inch 100-: rights organizations issued the 3 InjuredIn more than 30,000 votes over Lt. property owners who refuse to was adopted in 1958, the appli- FLORIDA

foot deep cores in a letter last call for the moratorium last Gov. Hilary A. Bush early today repair their buildings.A 'cation has now tapered to Buy VALLEY 95415Five
'Wednesday after the New York and his campaign staff about 20 buildings a in the residential custom contracts
week. The commissioners decided Wreck On [ I d o p t assessment reso- year needed for the month of Augustand
and Rochester riots. The Jersey claimed victory. Bush was last two or so years. September In the $25.000 and
to study the request be-, violence broke out Sunday. backed by former President lutions. above price range. Planning.
City -Establish enforcement Green said city officials discovered counseling. complete specifics.tions
fore taking action.G. i The summit statement said NW 13th St. Harry S. Truman and retiring cies. poli that after approximately quoted.and firm contract p r I c es

Negroes should concentrate on John M. Dalton.If 800 homes demolished Ocala 6275515
M. said -Appoint five members to were Gainesville 376-5450
Davis chairman
voter registration and political Three persons were 'hospitalized his margin holds up, the board and five the families had nowhereto Palate 375-70111
the permit should be grated to until after the Nov. 3 appeals Hire! !
i activity I today following an early Hearnes, 40, would face Republican members to the housing board. go. 8 Baby Sitters Child Core
Kerr McGee Oil Industries, election. Ethan in Novem-
morning auto wreck at NW 13th Shepley Godschalk said the e a 1 s "They woke up to find they
subject to these conditions. Two of the six leaders of the I St. and 42nd Ave. ber in normally Democratic, board would hear appeals app were condemning right. and I keep infants home. and childrenin

-Proof of workmen's compensation summit meeting-James Farmer Police said Clyde McDanielJr. Missouri. I against enforcing officials and left and were driving familiesout Call! FR my 2-5169.

and liability insur- of the Congress of Racial ., 20, of Orlando, and Ed- Bolling, Sen. Stuart Symington -would have the authority to with no place to go," Green KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE
Equality and John Lewis of the and all other incumbent congressmen "And there is Day. wk., or mo. Old NewberryRd.
ance. ward Harrington, 32, were in- withdraw or modify violation explained. still a Planned programs. Pick upat
Student Non-Violent Coordinating -jured when McDaniel apparently won easily. I notices. critical need for low rental hous- Ltttlewood and Terwilliger

-Indemnity bond of $2,000. Committee-later disassoci- fell asleep at the wheel and In Missouri's predominantly ing." Sell schools. Call FR 26667.

ated themselves from the mora- rammed the back of a parked Republican neighbor, Kansas, The five man housing board In addition to support from REGISTERED children in my nurse home will, care Mondaythru for

-Agreement to furnish the torium call, although both em- tractor trailer truck.A the GOP gubernatorial primary would be required to study Commissioners Alan Sutherland, Friday large fenced in back

county logs of the core drillings phasized they were against viol- third passenger in the car, 'held top billing. Rep. William H. housing conditions and needs at Ed Turlington and Byron Winn, yard. Phone 3760682. home.
within CHILD or infant care. Prive
one year.A ence. a women, was not positively I'Avery emerged with a marginof least once a year, Godschalk developer Clark Butler and Lincoln Lit II e woo d Area. $35 month.

clause permitting the Both Farmer and Lewis, identified, but all three persons some 6,000 votes over the explained.The Estates developer Phil or. Phone FR 61961.TINY.

county commissioners to cancel reached in Washington, said the were reported in satisfactory :nearest of seven opponents. planning director said the Emmer endorsed the code, although TOT

the permit, within 10 days, in Jersey City riots had nothing to condition in the University of Avery had resigned as a enforcing official assigned to in- Emmer emphasized that PLAY SCHOOL
do with the moratorium because
writing together with a reason. Florida Medical Center. member of the powerful House spect housing under the he was strongly opposed to public Visit us and SN for yourself.
not demonstrations.Roy I proposed __74 58th St FR W7gQ6
they were
McDaniel never touched his Rules Committee to make the code would be designated housing "unless there is no
-Personal liability coverageof E. Wilkins, executive sec- brakes, smashing into the truckat I race. Nearly complete returns other way." II FEMALE HELP WANTED
through the city prob-
$100,000 for each of the National Associa- manager,
person. retary an estimated 45 miles an gave him 72,870 votes to 66,073 ably from the building depart- Emmer said the weakness of RentNOW' WAITRESS experienced break.
The wants to make tion for the Advancement of
county for McDill and for fast and lunch. Call Restaurant, I
hour according to investigating Boyd 59,111 ment. the code is that it will force
sure it is not held liable for Colored People, said Jersey City University Inn. FR 2-6333.
officers Hugo Desch, Grady -State Sen. Paul R. Wunsch. families from their homes who 2 Ladies age 39 to 45 for general
any accidents resulting from had a "spontaneous outbreak"and Benton and William Crews. Avery's November opponentwill Strongest objections to pro- cannot afford to live in better shorthand.office work.Prefer Typing one necessary to have No
chairman thereis
Kerr McGee's work. the NAACP
Damage was estimated at be State Corporation Commissioner visions of the code came housing. some perpetual inventory experi-
"working hard with city authorities ence. 3721327.SALESLADY. .
It does not appear Kerr Mc- to prevent further viol- $600 to the truck. The car wasa Harry G. Wiles who from Mayor Howard McKinney "There will be a time when 5 day week. Company

: Gee is seeking oil in Alachua in total loss. No charges were swamped five foes. who argued that he felt you will have to face the an- benefits Including retirement plan.
also
ence. Wilkins was Apply Manager, Singer Co., 214
County. Commissioners think Bolling, a powerful Johnson the code was unnecessary.He swer-that big bugaboo, public W. Univ.WANTED .

the firm may be interested in Washington.But filed.Put Administration voice in the suggested revising the existing -housing-and I don't like that TTS Operator.. good"WorkIng ",
A. Philip Randolph an
conditions good Con
: finding phosphate deposits. AFL-CIO vice president who Aside House Rules Committee, had dangerous housing ordi- idea any better than you do," tact Stafford Caldwell.pay.Gainesville -

Kerr McGee has indicated it also heads the Negro American been challenged by Judge Hun- nance. Emmer explained.He Sun.COCKTAIL.
. PoliticsFORT
. '. :" also is making test drills in oth- Labor Council, said "undoubtedly ter Phillips. City Manager Bill Green back- added that he didn't"know Apply in person WAITRESS.to Thirsty over Gator 2I,.
north Florida counties. Symington, seeking a third why federal involvement was 633 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 P M.
er
it (Jersey City) is the first PIERCE Fla. (AP- ed Godschalk's argument that
SECRETARY with bookkeeping"knowledge.
senate term, defeated two little- such a big bugaboo, "we haveit .
major breach of the mora torii door-to-door for the proposed code and existing Only experienced per.
i Campaigning known challengers and faces all around us in the high- son should apply. Salary determined *
um. reelection, Constable James A. ordinance have different pur- IS by ability. Send complete
Republican Jean Paul Brad- at the airport at the resume to Box 43JA GainesvilleSun.
,
The existence of the North-I In Atlanta, a secretary to Dr. Powell may have lost a coupleof poses. ways .

west Passage was first provedby ,Martin Luther King Jr., presi- votes. shaw, one-time candidate for "Our experience is that we University.Plan WANTED saleslady, must have lew-

Roald Amundsen, discovererof dent of the Southern Christian Powell said he found a bleed- governor in November.In cannot do a reasonably good Board Chairman Arnold elry ces. Steady store experience position good& referen salary.

the South Pole in 1906. Leadership Conference, said ing saloonkeeper, armed with Idaho, Chief Justice E. T. job of upgrading without a detailed -Butt said this morning the next THE Inquire _Lewis Jewelry Co.
Knudsen won a second six-year ordinance of how to step for the proposed code is a Waitress torknlght sh-ifl. 6 daysa
two bottles and the saloonkeeper's pro- week. Good
salary. Apply Sand
wife brandishing a butcher -, term on the State Supreme ceed," Green said. "The ques- letter of recommendation from wich Inn. 110 N.E. 16th Ave.
i Court in the chief contest. Knud- the plan board to the city commission Phone FR 4-0924.
tion is, do want to upgrade
knife, squared off at each you -
sen easily defeated former state so the commission can WANTED experienced Legal Secretary -
II other in their establishm en t. housing in Gainesville? TIME to begin work by August 21,
He charged both with assault. Atty. Gen. Frank L. Benson. Plan Board member Dr. Alan act on the proposed code. or earlier.experience Salary commensuratewith and ability. ,

Idaho has no senate seats at Delaney said most of the plan The proposed code has been Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and

.sss..s.... stake this year and Gov. Robert board members felt the existing under study for more than a tact Blue E.Shield.A. Clayton For interview or James con-E.

%l St I Smylie is midway through a ordinance is inadequate and year. Clayton. Phone 372-9591.
Int1&j TO
C..d
; four-year term. BEAUTY DEMONSRATORS"Earn
@d up to $5 per hour demonstrating *
Ckken
Nkh Aj& # famous Studio Girl
; FrontierVillage More About Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
.. <$% Phone 376-4334 after 6.
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In .' CURB WAITRESSES :: day end
University COCKTAIIS S.
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. ... Has GET night In person shift,, top Jerry's wages.Restaurant Apply; .
tjotttu 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 Road 2310 S. W. 13th St
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VICTORIA, B.C. (AP) A From Page 1o THAT SecretaryThis
position offers the right woman
FIRST TIME TONIGHT 7:30fliiitth full-scale frontier village is a wonderful opportunity with

YE.NTHE2400H..Sk.ia.1.JR1.20FR I springing up at nearby Millstream Martin said the extension tried to bleed the proposal with large have the local ability company.to meet She and must deal

: ;;; t-SOff. 'I' and will cost its owner -I plan had been re-examined, and amendments.He with hand the an public.absolute Typing must.and Excellent short-
$30,000 before it is finished opportunity for advancement ta
recommended.W. offered amendments to BETTER
no change was
/ prtMnt* LAST TWO TIMESOPEN I an executive type position. SalaryComensurate
I next year. kill, change, delay or restrictthe with ability. ApplyIn
7:00 SEE BOTH With 16 buildings, hundreds of T. Green, Gainesville person to Fla State Employ
( SHOW 7:50 LATE AS 9:45 plan. He asked extension ment Office 41) SW 2nd Ave.,
: HiomasmaTECHNICOLOR FIRST AREA RUN- antiques and a variety of do- city manager, wrote the board only to 34th Street, recalling Gainesville. Fla.
mestic animals, builder Joseph that the city, after re exam- CAR! LADIESIF
the board's earlier willingness -
*. MarIon-1 f David you like to meet peopl. & get
: j Carlow says it should make a ining its needs, feels the exten- to compromise at that paid for it. see our company representative
9-11 Tues. thru Sat.
( MM*k)SMYtTADSiI4, .o..lIc. : Brand'Niven major tourist attraction.The sion is necessary."It point. No one supported him. In our office Rm. 205 Baird
13 UtI.I PS Us
:
'rIo'c ShirleyjonesBedtltne'Storp1 buildings will be basedon would be extremely dif On roll call, Martin, D u r- Hdwe.appt.Bldg.Must or be phone over 21.3768485for Part

old-style original designs and ficult. .for us to overemphasize rance and Claude Brandon voted IN time 4 hrs.-day & 5 days-wk.
.- No selling no collecting. $1.25
SUBURBIA the whole village will be sur- the importance of extending to go ahead now, pledging per hour salary.I .

DRIVE-IN THEATRE rounded by a seven-foot stock- Northwest 8th Avenue as pro- county funds. Johnson voted no. CASHIER TYPIST, permanent
position for experienced or well
2nd BIG HIT AT 9:45 ade fence. posed," Green wrote. G. M. Davis, noting that the trained high school graduate.

2nd reature .i::::.::.::.::.::.::.:. GREGORY/ TONY V:: "Indians in Duncan have been Martin read that letter, and motion carried, did not vote. t NORTH pleasant Shorthand personality helpful. Must and ability have to
.::::::: carving a variety of things for one from the Road Depart- Johnson's plan was to turn meet the public. Interesting work
mmr PECKCURTIS II pleasant office. For prompt Inter
THE BIGGEST SHOW IN THE WORLD! I the village including two 10- ment urging the board to act. 8th Avenue west of 23rd Street, view, phone Mr.. Allen Sun Ft-
'CAPTAIN NEWMAN M.D: I foot totem poles with seven- Martin cited three traffic going southwest along H 0 g- nance, FR 2-3561. J

ii asum.Mm MinniMct'MIEDICKINSONBOBBYDARIN ii: foot wingspans, another 14 -foot studies of Gainesville, all proj- town Creek and joining West CENTRAL UNUSUAL with opportunity.some office Good work.salesperson -

t tSTARTS I totem pole and a 10-foot whale." ecting extension of 8th Avenueas University Avenue at 34th Salary ages plus of 30 commission and 45. Phone Betweenthe 372S2 .

3 *IIMEE .rClUC He found a lot of trouble get- a traffic carrier. The last Street. His main popular sup- 5 I A.M.to7P.M.

FRIDAY !ting authentic pieces. He spent study, a comprehensive survey port has been among resi- WANTED experienced waitress.

M-G-M PresentsA .a year looking for an antique costing $15,000, was made in dents whose property fronts 8th FLORIDA'SLARGEST Apply rant 310 Humpty NW 13th Dumpty St. Rtstau-

Lawrence Weingarten Production !locomotive bell and found a Avenue, and from persons con- LOOKING for a nice |lob and pleasant

"The Unsinkable f 100-year-old one by chance. 1962.Martin admitted objections cerned about Littlewood School. surroundings and gifts? This selling Is an cosmetics excellent -

Molly Brown" have been raised about extend- The objections to Johnson's opportunity for an exper
lanced Apply Mrs. Webb
STARRING I Most earthquakes are mild, ing the street past Littlew o o d plan have been the cost, which Gresham's person.Gift Shop, Universityof

DEBBIE REYNOLDS I presenting no danger to man's School, at 8th and 34th Street, have not been estimated but Florida Teaching Hospital.

HARVE PRESNELL I safety on the earth's _surface. but said precautions can be tak- would probably be much higher YOUR "ROADTO

An AWED ARTISTS Picture METROCOLOR en there as elsewhere. than the 8th Avenue extension, SUCCESS"Do

I "I think we should go ahead and the fact that it would cause
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BY THE MAKERSOF MARKETPLACE you on representative
I ;with all the plans," Martin long delays in opening new calling on you

"DAVIDAND said. roads to relieve University and regularly? I If you don't

i Jack Durrance moved to support 16th Avenues. perhaps it is on open ter-

: So here's to Ensign Pulver. and LISA"'POWERFUL the motion. Johnson did win commission you ritory an which excellent could earning offer

: his the | Johnson, sensing the board's approval for a study of the impact opportunity. Start now for
wacky war on Captain. .
,determination to go ahead, of Interstate 75*on traffic big Christmas profits. No

'POWERFUL!" dropped outright opposition, and patterns in Gainesville. experience necessary. Port
his Pacific
and in the
: girlie paradise I time. Write Avon, P. O.
-New York POS FOR Box 448. Gainesville Fla.
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or_call FR 2-0421.

JOSHUA [taws \{ Starke City Court -12 Male Help Wonted


MARRIED man age 25-50 for Industrial -
A SHOCKER
NEW Insurance debit, guarao
SHOCKER!" teed starting salary good opportunity
I A : for right man. Call 37J-
-New York World telegram"STARTLING Probes Shooting 7167 for interview.
paooucnonorPUEVGR a1 Sur WANTED FOUR roofers at once.
Also 3 sheet metal men. Call 372-
.. AND 1311 or 376-5561.

.. I STARKE An alleged shoot-| He said when the car left a SALESMAN. Great opportunity. for
personable ambitious getter
ing incident at the local Kayo I wild shot was fired by the wom with prestige firm. High go earning

: Following in thehilarious !"! :Service Station was probed in an. Later she told police, she potential.resume to Extra Box 48 benefits.A GainesvilleSun. Send

fun-steps of Municipal Court last night, and I had only a cap pistol, but USED -
"MisterRoberts'. "STARTLING! then continued for three weeks WANTED TTS Operator good work
Thompson contradicted that tes- Ing conditions good pay. Contact

I :( I i -tcs Angeles Citizen-New :by Mayor Randal Chitty. timony in court last night. vHle SUIt.ROUTE Stafford. Caldwell. Galnes

:, Participants in the incident, SALESMAN for soft drink
:
which took place Monday nightat CARS company salary plus commission
How Not To sg- 25-40. Must be bond. I.. P1i.
: about 7:30, were service F Ii 7-SS1I Mine to 5 weekdays.US' .

.. station attendants Edwin Tie Goat pius expenses for 45 hour
wi' ; a week K qualiMd. Fuller Brush,
rASCINATINGfFASCINATING! |I Thompson and John Davis and Co.679-4743., 101 S. Michigan, Costa: Fla

..... i two Negro customers, Andrew I ROVIGO, Italy (AP) Farmer Heavy Equipment

-New York Journal American : Allen and Elsie Cummings. i Martino Ferrari looked out of Announcements MechanicMust

Investigating officers Asst. 'the tavern window and discov-
be
'I qualified and have ew*
: Police Chief Ken Fuquay andC. ,eied to his dismay that he had tools. Phone FR -219..

J'41 C. Hutcheson, charged all I hanged his own goat. 3 LOST fir FOUND

four participants -with profane I Ferrari bought the goat Tues LOST 1 IT. old Beagit m area AMBITIOUSYOUNG

{i language and disorderly conduct ,day. He was leading it home of 044.NW answers 39th Ave.to MIne LIcense Lucky.no.Ph.!/- MAN

: with a rope around its neck FR J-MS4 or FR 4-1211 cxt. 5151.
ROBERT WALKER UUR LIVES WALTER MATTHAU LADYBUG REWARD Field Representative. .ge
According to Clifford Thompson when he came to a railway
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# LOST black billfold between NW 23 to 30, High School
TOMMY SANDS MILLIE PERKINS
t TECHNICOLOR LADYBUG I manager of the Kayo station -grade crossing with the bar 3 Hosp 1h ,Ave..IKhua containing! valuable' General papers graduate to train for

P.T.auo.1..4 thractM by FCAM Pt rfcrw Allen drove in and told down. He tied the rope aroundthe It money. Reward fit NW career in finance. CorIItCns.ry

*_.MUM.*u ta>ky ELEANO UNITED UnITS FHCT ,the attendant to fill up thetank bar and went into a nearby 40th Av. Good salary to
LOST orange 1 white cat with black start bonus, vacation. Insurance
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. .5 DX13 But.._A..M.y by LOIS DICKER 'with gas. He said Allen later tavern to wait for the train to collar. Generous reward Return and retirement
FltMl M & NW B. .
to ti> toth Ave Apt.
R.C. FUN SHOW LAST TIMES TODAl ,claimed that he had only ordered benefits.

- '. Tomorrow 10 a.m. GET YOUR "THECARPETBAGGERS" LAST TIMES $1 worth, and that a dispute pass.Next time be looked out the 4 Personalized Services Phone Southern Diseow.itCompany .

1i "QUICK C-AW BEATLE :arose when an attempt was window the train had passed, In Starke, 964.
:: 'CONTEST"TICKETS NOW I ['I made to siphon off the gas al- the bar had lifted, and the goat LEARN tention: IU to nervous URI EI: or ipetmt elderly.l* 0101 for ..ppointm.nt.t .
Easy Way Driving School. FR
[ ordered.
legedly not was hanged. WOO. Uc. by State of FU.
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I 12 Mat Help Wonted 32 Mobil Homes For Sale IHIIIiIIIIII1UlnL'iIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIHlJJ1JIIIIIIIIHlllllllll: lllllIIIlfIIIlnIlIlJIIffIHIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIUlj! 35 Houses for Sole I

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r INSURANCE Sale unan wanted. For Sale I BR air cond. (urn. WANT-AD RATES i TWO bedroom home near University IUI1
Excellent opportunity for right trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent II $72 per mo. Call FR 6-
I. man. Established debit. Salary r condition. FR 24S8J, e-l 4182 after Sunday.

r and commission. Excellent opportunity ..' A.M. and 6-12 P.M. I PH. 372-8441 AVAILABLE Sept., 1 bath 3 bedroom I _
for advancement. Call I __ ___ __ ___ __
'o2 50 x 10 Greatlakes mobile I CCB home fireplace 0 tNUSDR ID
t 372.5173 write P. O. Box 121.
or
beautiful yard. Near Littlewood
home. $500 for equity and take E
I _GaInesvIIle.I over low monthly payments. Call : = for == and Westwood. FR 4-4220 621 NW ACROSS

t I ESTABLISHED Florida stock brokerage 376-0972 after 5:30. I I II 36th St. Stimulate S3.Dingle A H V I N A

firm Is In process of expanding Classified OnlyDEADLINES BY OWNER NEAR WEST. Preposition -
SPECIAL1M Presidential
5. I
I retail sales. Interested In \ = WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR 2 bath U I A C. 1
208 Lot for mobile home, 36. ?
x Facility
licensed registered representativewho In .nickname
Ig. LR family room. built -
desire opportunity In a growIng $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI. 38. Sole 051
I area. Write qualifications and Prairie. For appointment call I Ia TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and Hubbub
5
40.Fallmontll 0 0 !
FR t-3052. I
requirements to PWM P. O. Box assume mtg. Call 376-2927. 11.Sharpen

,I 156 Gainesville. Fla. CONNOLLY Tues. Thru Frl. papers-8 p.mDay before publtcatton 12. Bewilder abbr. A R Pt c' i i 4

i WANTED retail milk route salesman For ads to go In Sun. aper-12CO ..m. Sat. McKINNEYGREEN 42. Low caste .
I act 25-45 must be bond- Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 I S 3 For ads to go In Mon. p&per-1 p.m. Sa 14. Isolate Hindu B A _

able. Apply to Jim Johnson at bedroom mobile homes. Many 16. Scoop out i i _
H E. W
Carlton's Dairy Phone 3725406 floor plans. 7 year financing. S (Minimum ad 4 lines) I 17. Neuter 44. You and .
for appt.SALESMAN.. Drive out today. 3 miles South DEATONREALTORS pronoun SE.
me
of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. FAMILY RATES I
To train for managers | Redolence
benefits including 376-0571 18. ItaL river _
I position. Company YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
retirement plan. Transportation 12 wide is her 1 Insertion ............................................... S4Clinees 20. Press forpayment 47! Deranged SOLUTION OF _
furnished. Apply Manager. FEDERAL 3= 3 Insertions ......................................,....... 52c line LUXURIOUSTruly 50. Short _
\ Singer Co. 216 W. Univ. Ave. QUALITY H 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line 33 a home of .!eglnc.. Unmls- 2. Dagger 8. Chemist'

WANTED: HOMES INC. 3 12 Insertions ............................................... nc line no takeably this new home has the 21. City official melody 3. Harmony apparatus -
(1) Radla. audio' tape recorder _4S20 NW 13th St. (441 North) g Total charge computed by multiplying! total lines x rate earn- 33 exquisite features that a discriminating 23. 52. Depend 9.S.Amer.
technician must have had civilian Lowest prices easiest terms largest H ed x number Of Insertions. person would desire. Its Formerly Naughty 4. IZgaIaC

I experience be able to supply display In central Florida. location in the exclusive Northwest 25. Alternative tion rodent
; character & work reference. Must We trade for anything. Free delivery 2 I Five letter words per tine is much desired 3 large 26. Derma 54.Attention 5. 10. Draft ant

want I permanent lob. regular up to 100 miles.FRAILER ? bedrooms 2Vi fully tiled baths 55. Otherwise Copycat
hours, opportunity and good pay. MART All living. dining and bedrooms 28. Singing stoats
antenna Same as 2 lines fully carpeted with acnlan DOWN 6. Tale place
(1)) T.V. ( F.M. Installer. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to < 8 Pt. voice 13.Naval of-
(J) Antenna Installer trainee. ApplyIn ordinary type large paneled Fla. room with open -
Work unit
7.
person to: East Palatka Phone 328 1050IT'S beamed ceiling with fireplace 31.Annexes 1. That girl fleer: abbr. _
.
COUCH'S 1 12 Pr. Same es 3 lines exquisite drapes Central heat 15. Spree
FOOLISHto
tot N. Main St. ordinary type and air conditioning A kitchena

A.M. to 12 or 2 to 4 P.M. pay more. RECKLESS to woman would love many other rrrrrrTr-. Not any
pay less. GET THE REAL i Same 4 lines attractive features You will Extinct bird
AGE NO BARRIERIF FACTS. Payments as low alS57.2f g 18 I rt.ordinary type be surprised and excited as we _
you need to keep busy & earn per month with $300 down. were when you see this fine li-- iF 13 Mountain
money at the same time we I I quality home. We would be pleased la Thessalr Iw
need you. Accident & Health Insurance LAKE GENEVAMobile to show you this home by appointment I I27.Pancy
agent with on. of Flor Homes Sales Same .s S line Call FR 2-3417.. ,_ 16 24.Visit
ida's oldest companies. no experience Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. 24 Pt. ordlnarylypa

necessary company will .
give complete training at their LARGE FAMILYThree 17 .Th 19 .Th29.Ganciy

expense. See company representative WYATTTrailer bedrooms Sleeping l porchSeparate trimmings _

in Rm. 205. Baird Hdwe. i dining room living 2ZZfc 23 2+ Individual
Bldg. 11. Tues. thru Sat. or II 36 Pt. Same as 7 lInes room kitchen equipped with 21 0

phone 374-8485 for appt. SalesHome I ordinary type electric range, electric refrigerator 32. Empty
: two baths outside servants zT 27 28: 19'0 34I1OZ2'3dEfl37.Freshet
of 5e toilet Home completely
WANTED retired or semi-retired

part or full time help.For Sale. Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Alrstream Homes The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one furnished lot 100 x-100 single- Paved car garage-street 31 33 3433 35: 39. Kind of -j

experience cell necessary 374-1341. Willis appointment t c4WIAwk& Travel Trailers incorrect insertion nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement 33no city sewerage water and lights- .

Butts. Ocala's First Mobile Home to greater extent than the cost of the soace occupied no immediate occupancy Close to // // 37 39 thrush40.Rivertotht
Dealer' Since 148U23 by hea Item In the advertisement.i No adlustment, will 33 Church, School and Shopping "If 36 /
Silver Springs Blvd. = be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of 33 Call FR 23617. -
YOUNG man to work as salesman Phone 629-1351 the advertisement. 4 41 41. 43 44 = Danube
for local men's clothing store. Otala. Fla ii NEAR UNIVERSITYA : 41. Irish ox47 _
Phone 376-5231. Mr. Ashley. Use 1 harmonizing colors for IS The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or refecting no ;
for wide rainbow effect enloy the afghanon 33 LOTS FOR SALE 33 any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to 3 BR 1 bath home for only 45 46 = 48 U clamation43.Cicatrix
ATTRACTIVE POSITION
trips at chance the classification of any advertisement from that ordered 5 1400 down payment and $88.00 a 4 -
neat games.JIFFYCROCHET -
limit.
awake man no good age character. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 33 t- conform to the policy of the paper. month which Includes taxes and 50 SI 32 46.Myself]

appearance. trailers. 33 noi33uHEulillm1Mnn331wMUn2llEEmnll Interest. Call FR 23417.ASSOCIATES ____
steady work. Phone 372-7811 or Of S Inch Largo awnings I large Lr---
apply 2224 NW 6th St. shell-stitch strips. Joined with puff patios 3 septic tanks. lots of = 48. Exist _

stitches. It adds Interesting tex shade good rental Income. Just 53 54- = %: 55 49. Stain
WANTED experienced grill cook ture. Pattern 581: crochet di- outside city limits. For sale. FR 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. I
apply Humpty Dumpty Restau rections. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire -" 51. Tantalum
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rant. Sio NW 13th St. 6aa83.ACRE lots for salt. BLACK ACRESPRICED LOVELY NW 3 fife, 2 bath homeIn Multiple Listing Par "m.25 mJn. AI' Hewalea"ru symbol

2 MEN OPPORruNITY Thirty-five cents In coins for Westmcrland Estates. Central El
this pattern add 15 cents for Phone 376-1236 TO SELL BY OWNER. 2bedrooms heat & air conditioning. GE built- FREDARNOLD
' $90 PER WEEK each pattern for 1st class mailIng FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 2 baths, hardwoodfloors in range & oven. Beautiful land
Need > men to start work at once. and special handling. Send to REALTORS central heat alr-cond. scaped 100 x 150' lot with many
automobile helpful. presence of Laura Wheeler Gainesville Sun 724 W. UnlV. units electric range and drapes. trees. VA loan priced to sell im-
your wife will be helpful at Inter Needlecraft Dept.. P O. Box 141 Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. mediately. FR 26366. 35 Houses for Solo I 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Sol

view. Apply Friday S P.M. only. Old Chelsea Station New York it, LOTS FOR SALE 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-6427. I

Holiday Inn Gainesville. Ask for N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN on Milhopper Road FR 2. 97a. frame house FOR Sate or trade. New 4 BR. ALMOST NEW 3 BR 2 bath home liTTLE WOOD VnESTVvOOD area. : 2103 NE 12th Ter. by owner, J
|lust home
2 bedroom
_Mr Echala Electro-Lux Corp. NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and NEW located In Westmore'and! with air conditioner refrigerator 3 BR, 2 bath liv.dmkit.. Fam. I bedroom 2 bath CCB-house. Den
r Lots N. W. of Gainesvllle-$2700 completed nice wooded lot 5 Estates. On city sewers paved Rm., central heat gas fireplace I and family room carpeting and
ZONE. S3.500-S3750. miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-4570. St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family REALTORYOUNG built-In oven and range. huge well landscaped shady and
13-Help Mate or Female master BR with walk-In closet yard I air conditioner, extra Irg. fenced
Rm. & living Rm.. dining Attractive S400 dn,
area. patio. $105
MARY MOELLER PAY LIKE RENTNo yard 3'/1 biks. from schools
NEW FOR If451 200 designs- Central heat now selling for $14,450 (reduced I
built-In
kitchen In- mo. FHA by owner. 531 NW 34th S15.000 terms. Call FR
6-7962 for
ASSISTANT COOK: Apply in person more fashions to knIt. crochet than from $14,800). Payments $10037
down to qualified vet. cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards FOLKS Dr. 3721145 day 372-4537 night. appointmentNOT
I
Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 even Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery REALTOR money walk to per mo. after $700 down. $100
SW 1st St.. behind Sears. dolls' clothes. Send 25 eran. New 3 bedroom. 1\4 bath schools close to No closing costs. Lovely 3 bedroom cotonial
I 101* W. UniversityFR Includes U of F & medical center FHA down VA. Concrete patio plen.ty WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT IN SUBDIVISION S Sr '
monthly
central heat. $82
cents for new Needlecraft Cata I 2 bath home. Hardwood shrubbery exclusive swim hardwood floors, fireplace.
WANTED first class bookkeeper $22,700. Down for
" 6-4471 taxes and Insurance. Phone 376- payment 1700. 3 bedroom home $9500 complete -
log. Immediate floors dishwasher private fenced club. Phone 3723471. Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa _
i -up. Write experience and Drive by $3344
age occupancy. payments per mo.
:
7971. Builder. In rear yard. Immediate oc
tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11. _ _
' qualifications to Box 4?) A-c/o 34 Waterfront Property 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler $450 down FHA. $8457 includes insurance and taxes. Ph.
't: VALUE I COMPLETE cupancy
14 QUILT 500. FHA. $72 including
LEAVING TOWN will sacrifice. 3 per mo.
Gainesville Sun. Brothers 3729J4S dally 374-9048 month total See It GLADYSSMITH 3744957 or write 2419 N. E.
r ( payment.
PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt Br.. 1 bath screened In porch. night. per taxes and Ins. FR 2736..
10th Bob Shaffm.
HALFWAY Houseparents mature Book. For beginners experts. Send WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Fenced back yard. 2711 N. E. I todayl Ter. FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer
white married couple. no chi I 11- 50 cents nowl Reg. Broker, specalizing In 10th Terr. HUNTING nome values? This Is I
BUYERS DELIGHTGO equity in 3 BR, 2 bth, built-in
it. 4 BEDROOMClose
dren. State retirement benefits. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. 3 BR i bath home features
octal security. hospitalization. AGE. 1 miles No. of Melrose. $40 Month. New CB home low large screened porch extra Ige. I to both elementary and |un- kit. terrazzo floors, cen. heat.

Call Director of Training Sun- 17 Work Wanted Male GR 5-211. down payment. See at 210 S.372-E. storage room paneled wall In lor high 1.100 no qualifying. CHECK THESE WEST on N.W. 39th Ave. to -_Phone 376an9.FIRST -

land Training Center. FR "5311. A beautiful lot on a beautiful riverat 20th 4692- St. Call 3723574 or study and living room, all vinyl Chain link fence, built-In kitchen 5059 and find your future home. TIMFADVBRTISED

ext. 367 or 327. CPA: auditor txx>Kke pcr, 20 yrs. Rock Bluff on the Suwannee. floors air conditioner refrigerator paved street and sidewalk cheaper Attractive 3 BR, 2 Bath CB home New Palm Springs model. One of
1562 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms I baths
WANTED TTS Operator. good workIng experience qualified business Phone 376-6160. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. built-in oven and range dis- than rent. Move now.TRILEVEL with huge Florida room with fire the best looking homes we've ever
conditions. good pay. Coe- machines US reference also Presents Posal' extra large lot only $25,000. Good financing. place. Cent heat one A-C unit. built. Four bedrooms 2 full
tact Stafford Caldwell! Galnesvllle well known firms In Havana OVER 30 acres of lake front many iL03..per? mo. after M0 down. Built-In elec. kitchen. Double car baths beautiful brick facade
4040 Newberry Road 3 brms t
bearing trees. Also 5 fur.
pecan $100 down Over 2000 ft.
VA. Price port. sq. living
Sun. dependable. Resident. Ph. 374- nished houses with dock and deep Lovely I bedroom 2 bath home enlarge from $15aOO to reduced 2200 sq. ft. 4 bedroom sleep level baths low price of $22,500. area. Going for $21,950. excellent kitchen arrangement
IS'3
Phone
2307. for quiet rest. Living level for $16,900. No down VA
well Many extras. On corner lot In Plhe Forest. money
pump.
PLACEMENT SERVICE 372-3472 for appt. to see. GO WEST on N.W. 16th Ave. to
Office Professional WORK WANTED can work as Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis With built-in counter-top range gracious living play level separates 2125 N.W. 3rd Place, 2 story 4 3669 and a BRAND NEW 3 BR, FHA only $800 down. Price includes
Technical kitchen helper. porter. Need Jewelry Co.Cedar and oven all formica kitchen BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath air- children from adults. Ceo.tral brms excellent location $34,500. 2 bath CB home. Central airconditioned fully sodded front lawn
cabinets large pantry terrazzo conditioned Fla. room, stone heat and air conditioning for & heated. family gas lamp swim club member-
Large -
College appt. GraduatesFor call 3724377 workl Ave. References. 101 NW 4th Key Shores floors. Priced at only $16,150. FHA front. Built_In oven, range, dishwasher I year round comfort. Call 23522 1900 SW. 35th Avenue Idyl wild room. Beautiful built-in elec.

10-1J.OO AJW. 2-4:00 PM. and VA financing. Call 3721551. disposal I. stone fireplace I for appointment. N.W. location. 3 brms. 2 baths new FHA, $26- kitchen. For those who love luxury ship.VILLAGE GREENBy

Monday through Friday fine homesites from $2250 Lot 35 CES. oak strip floors traverse I 000. yet Is budget priced. Half HUGH EDWARDS INC.

PERSONNEL CENTER 18 Schools & Instructions non-waterfront from $1510 1 LARGE BR Ig. living room-din rods throughout ceramic tile DUPLEX acre lot. 2909 N. E 15th St.
102 NW 2nd Avenue ing room Ig. kitchen with din- baths huge utility room cen- Investor's attention Close to UnIversity 7 SW. 26th Street. Corner lot 3 GO NORTH on NW. 36th Drive to 3167975ELECTROLUX
Real Estate Exam ete. Paneled throughout. Call 454- tral heating 100xl40 corner lot. Hospital. $180 inco me, brms 2 baths $17,900. 527 and you'll find the buy of the
WHY ARE YOU READING Marina Locations 1319 454-1432 after .. shallow well for sprinkling. Pay never vacant. $15,000 with terms. week. 3 BR 1 bath, screened
THIS ADVERTISEMENT? COURSE INVEST facilities needed here or owner's equity and assume mortgage Modern construction. 1246 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms, 2 baths porch carport & utility. Extra OWNERS
Could It be because you are not ATTEND First lesson free. : HIGHLANDS. 3 Br., 2 bath quality or can be refinanced with P K. Yonge area $21,000. clean. Stove ref. & dishwasher

satisfied with your present employment HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE: built. 2 story masonry. Cent. only $900 down. 2037 NE 9th St. All for only $12,000 with termsto Prompt. friendly service on
? COlL GE. 218 W. Univ. Ave Motel Locations heat reasonable down payment. Phone 372-3471 9 to J or 37" ARNOLDREALTY West Hills 2 story 7 brms 4 baths suit. Electrolux cleaner. Free
j or FR. 4-3507. 372-3727. Price $23,500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. 7489 after 5 P.M.JWK large lot 65000. GO LOOK at these for only a FEW your
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Because you are not employedat I INVEST: accommodations Cor. Blvd. 372-8245. -- hundred down. 2131 NW 55th pick up and delivery. Call or

this time? at home, free HIGH booklet SCHOOL Am. r lean needed LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI COMPANY 10 S.W. 23rd Drive. Comer lot t Terr. 3906 NW 21st Terr. 314 NE writ authorized Electrolux
Multiple Listing Member brms 2 baths air conditioning 44th St. 2402 NE 11th St. 720 Sales It Service.
School P. 0. Box 14441 Jacksonville 3 BR, 2 baths central heat out
Regardless of the reason for your Fla 32216. of city limits deep well. REA 1219 West Univ. Ave. 372-3522 35000. NW 22nd Ave. Ph. 372-7811 2224 NW 6th St.
Interest If you can meet the following DAVID ANDREWS- NW 34thSt. Associates: Pete Sieg GAfNESVILLE
at 3414 FLA.
located ,
reasonable' qualifications MEN d women IS to 35 To train for power. 3728404TRANQUIL Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge SIS N.W. 34th Avenue. An estate cia
we will match our time against CIVIL SERVICE REAL ESTATE Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo home and guest house. $32,000. UNIVERSITYREALTY
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yours In discussing the splendid Examinations. For Information 9.500 buys I S BR. 1 bath. Payments setting under massive Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene
CEDAR KEY 3841 3831
or shade trees on over an In Avenue. 3 brms 2
acre 534 N 8th
have for send
1
opportunity we may name address Phone No. S45 per mo. On SE 45th Klrkwood. IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale FREE ESTIMATES on
Key Training Service. 112 W. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE Gracious masonry baths lovely Interior, good financing -
Ter. 2
tOe by owner, immaculate 3 BR.
FURNACES end
.e residence Quolity
central
are the basic qualifications: Adams St.. Jacksonville. heat two $15,000.
Phone 3769960. baths three bedrooms PLUS bath. CCB, walk to new School 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.

1. Are you between the ages of SPEEDING-COST ACCOUNTING Call 3722372. another bedroom and bath deadend Terms to 376-8741 responsible 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms 1 M. Munroe, Realtor Central AirConditioners
Price $14,000 or
20 and 457 CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING 35 Houses for Sale NOTHING DOWN VAS for guests a relative or 372 party.-4874. bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120 Asso: S. E. McLaughlinFrank
2. Are willing to travel I Secretarial Courses Classes I Roby Roy VcCann
you B R. 2 baths 2000 sq. ft. for a study. By appointment
days each week but be homeon now forming. Howelt's Business BY OWNER. 3 Br. CCB. 2 bath. only. Exclusive LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 14 SW. 32nd Street 3 brms 2 T. C. Douglas. Jr. L
week ends? College. 21S W. Univ. Ave. FR fenced In back yard near schools $300 DOWN listing.J. BR, 2 bath cent. heat built In baths excellent location 31500. -
3. Do you have at least I high 6-3507. kitchen. home. You can save
school education? hopping mtg. FR, 4-2291 low equity 2002 and N. E.assume 16th NW 3 BR, 1 bath, walking distance $1500. Call FR 23826 or GR Lake WInot. 3 brm 1 bath home en FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by IAinr

4. Do you own a good automobile 28 Livestock & Supplies Ter. to school W. Kirkpatrick Agency 5-5922 lake front. $23,500. _

S. Art? you bondable? 2 BR home on corner lot, low down $500 DOWNS 37 N. Main FR 2-8404 Melrose.M Lake Lak-a-wana. 2 brm 1 bath. Best In equipment using Internally
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a For top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts designed -
CLEAN AS A
WHISTLE
payment $60 per mo. Located at BR 2 bath Ig. lot In Northwest land bottom lake $14,000.
want to make dairyman to show us I better engineered and Installed
Oh. yeDo you 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy
money and build a career? The dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Ridgell 372- ln. $900 DOWN Beautifully kept must be seen If GLADYS SMITH 372-6142 byALL
starting wage Is $105.00 per 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- looking for a 2 bedroom, REDUCED GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
week plus bonus. Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN : $75 MO. $450 Down. NE 17th Dr. 2BR. 1 bath Southwest only $51 rOaheh with screened porchon 4012 S. W. 19 St. 3 BR J Bath (. AIR CONDITIONING CO.

per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- ; 3 Br.. 1 bath screened porch. per mo. a large corner lot. Immediate Fla. rm., beautiful Ig. lot dbL Realtor UPHOLSTERY
Let's discuss your problem between chua. Phone FR 21075 or 441- patio kitchen equipped, cent. 3 BR 2 bath NW close to school. occupancy. $11,500. See at carport cent. ht. Immediate occupancy 1228 W. University Phone 372.5393 usa N.W. 13th 5?. PH. 376-8258

the hours of f:00 A.M. 2105.A heat. FR 6-0474. 1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone call us. Associates: Anna Hlnson Free Estimates-pick up and 1930 NE 23rd Blvd. _ _

and I:00 P.M. Thurs. Aug. 4. GOOD riding spirited geldIng NEW ) Bedroom CCB tile bath, DAN BYRD Dick Robinson Associate, Ralph Carolyn Noyes delivery. 24 Hour Service
1964. saddle horse & gear for carport and utility room. $9,000 Fossey. Realtor at 376-1359 dayor LITTLEWOODand Virginia PowersIIXXT
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FLORIDA STATE EMPLOYMENT sale. Priced right. Phone 466- $250 down. $61 month. Phone FR ASSOCIATES. INC. night 11 West University Westwood area 3 br, t bath -

SERVICE 3111. 23355 days.CONVENIENT. Jack DeYot Realtor Avenue. cent. ht. beautiful ,surroundings like
41} S. W. 2nd Ave. AssociatesE. FOUR bedroom 2 bath with faml. new drive past, 933 N. W. 36th
Gainesville. Fla. 30 PETS SUPPLIES NORTHWEST LOCATION E. Holloway ly room dishwasher garbage disposal Dr.
With Mr. V. C. Smith. on attractive! 100' !lot; 3 etc. 2809 N.E. 10th BACK TO SCHOOL

r.__._..."_........ 0'H......_._........._.__"_.,.. 4 weeks old female German Shepherd BR brick house with oak floors 125 Christine NW 13th Stone Street Phone_ 372-4455. St. Near School 3 BR 1 bath C B.
& trim asbes-
cypress mahogany
Close In, estb. lawn quiet St. $10-
I puppies. AKC registered. $75 tos roof. Fla. rm.. stureroonvshop 372 2511
14-Sales Help! WantedSALES each. Phone FR 4-4274 or sat shingle, dbl. carport; price under Call night or day DRIVE BY 900, Good terms. Call vs.

1206 N.E. 17th Ave $16,000 includes refrlg, new
REPRESENTATIVE FOR A BETTER HOME PROFESSIONAL MAN has purchased MELROSE

WANTED STANDARD black poodle puppies kitchen range air conditioner TV We'll build on your lot a nice S larger home offering his Owner will trade for Gainesville
.I Well rated Miami Mfgr. with exciting no papers. 105. Road 341 northof antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or BR home with built-in stove, immaculate 3 BR, IVi bath home property. this Ig. and charming
at 3722763.
refrigerated furniture line hlway 26 app. 11 miles N.W. owner cen. heat IVi bath complete tile, with Florida room & 30x40 ft. house beautiful surroundings and

seeks aggressive representation In of Trenton. Drum 4 BR, 2 BATH home like new. vanity In both baths will patio back yard enclosed by landscaped. I BR. S bath. partly I Ifum. HAVE

the Gainesville area. Should work AMERICAN Shepherd and English now for only $9621 per mo. meet all VA or FHA ligustrum hedge. carpet like : p

from his show room and call on sale. Weaned. Features refrigerator built-In oven Phone 376-6957 or lawn & landscaping thermostatic
Shepherd puppies for standards.j controlled .
Institutional retail decorators wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. end range large living room, I E. 10th Ter. Bob wall wall furnace built in INCOMEN.
architects professionals cabinetmakers : plenty storage. Price reduc e d airconditioner stove Incl. W. Triplex rented with estb.
4235 NW 10th Floored
4 WEEKS old AKC Chihuahua attic with disappearing I
reg. from $16.150 to 115.800. $600 down
etc. Koolbar Mfg. Co., Income. 3 beautiful
Desirable 3 BR, 2 bath home stairway. Everything In perfect apts. corner
Males females. Reasonably VA. Exclusive swim
puppies. FHA. $100
3738 NW 50th St.. Miami Fla. priced. W. B. Phlfer. club too. Phone 3723471. See large Fla. room & patio. Lot condition to meet the demands of lot good terms. immediate posses-
Phone 435-2353
sion.
High Springs. 454-1974. 454-1731. this one before you buy. 100x174', lots of trees. the most discriminating. A one
owner home on which LOVING
14-Sales Help Wanted 2 young Brush goats. Must PAYING rent? See this 3 BR 1 Beautiful lots NW section CARE has been lavishly bestowed. INVESTMENT THIS WEEK'S
sell. Phone 4663237. I bath home for only $8100 per Must be seen to be appreciat 4 acres plus on Archer Rd Zoning
FOUR men wanted to sell Kirby I mo.. Including Insurance taxes. Commercial property It acreage.E. ed. BARGAIN PRICED at only Industrial suitable fer rental units.
Sanltronle I Systems In Gainesville. THREE DOGS. 1 French Poodle, Large living room built-in China C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. S14.500 for Quick sale. Drive by SPOTLIGHT
Neat In appearance age all black papers and shots Pekinese cabinet 13.2 cu. ft. GE refrig 438 N. Main St. 1325 N.E. 13th St. then call W.E. MARY MOELLER ,IS ONr
21-40. Car necessary. Call Mr. papers and shots ama 11 "Bill" HARRIS 374-0817 or 376-
13700.
erator. Price was
now
FR 4-2032 Broker FR 4-6544
Haney. 9 A.M. thru 10 A. M. Toy Dachshund, red, has shots. SI3.500. $500 down FHA. $100 VA. REALTOR FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
Wednesday Friday I Monday. Phone 3725029.PEDIGREED Call 3723472. 2927.REDFRANKS
Aug. S, 7 It 9 only. FR 2-0500. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 r
miniature poodle.I THREE bedroom CB home. $300 ASSOCIATES
I < ON N.W. 13th ST.
old Phone PARRISHPRESENTS
4
black female mos.
376-27S4 down, take over FHA. 3012 N. E. REALESTATE I E. W. Moeiler Foster Kesler ti
10th Drive. Dick Durbin r ;

7 NE 1st St. Phone 374-0817 HAPPY HOUR is an exclusive feature at the Lockar
32 Mobile Homes For Sale 4 BR modern home on 1 acre of 3 Bedroom. 1 bath CCB carport & 11:' tu f\iM\
Opportuniij land. $7,300. Terms. Phone GR utility room fenced back yard. YAli : Room. when all cocktails are two for the price of one.

S-2277. Patio. Handy to Schools and UnI- 1 I <:: Z "" Beginning at 5 P.M. the "hour" extends: through
1962 10 x 50 Skyline house trailer $750 down ; .. \< 'f .)
payments .
BY OWNER 4 BR 2 bath, extra JWK versity. ;WOf 7 P.M.
air conditioned. 2 bedr 0 0 m s. '
$4975 $9,000 cash. 930 N.W. c;
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Due to the promotion of one ef Phone FR6-1704. 3420 SW ArcherRd. Ig. shady yard. Westmorland 4018 WESTMORLAND for Immediate 55th St. FR 49613.JWK The STEER ROOM known for Its sedate atmosphere
ten salesmen to management.we Village. H W. 13th Ave. FR 6-7W3 for occupancy.. this 4 bedroom 2 bath %_ ,
our 372-8404 specializes In delicious steaks cooked to -
your perfection
"have one sales position avail appt. home: modem built In kitchen I1-
FOR RENT or sale 1962 New central air conditioning & central from 5:00 12:00 A.M.
to
Includes ,
able. Our pay plan commission LOVELY 3 bedroom. 2 bath In NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address -'-
and other Incentives. Moon trailer 10 x 55 will take Pine Forest. All formica kitchen heat. Transportation by school I on this utterly charming 'J On to the Lounge to conclude your evening with fun
Last year our salesmen's average smaller trailer for equity and cabinets. G. E. drop-In countertop bus to schools. fr
two bedroom house. All rooms end danei", Each Friday and Saturday night Fred
Income was In the five figure take up payments. Phone FR range vinyl wall paper and 372-8404
art spacious fireplace panel
bracket. Our 1964 Sales are 11313. colored fixtures In bath. Beautifully HOLLY FORREST this delightful features the music of a bend.a .
running close to ten percent landscaped lot with many home on a lovely wooded lot. 3 ling. pleasant porch. Available DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homeIn a e
SALE 1963 New 3 bedroom. 2 bath, separate dining FHA commit
Moon. 10x40 soon.
I the NE convenient to shopping
head of 1943 with corresponding trees. Priced to sell.' Call 372-1551
Increases In salesmen's Incomes. BR. front kitchen living room or 376-7971, Builder. room beautiful built-in kitchen ment. Shown by appointment and school. Well landscaped, Watch For Next Week' SPOTLIGHT
and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- family room large screened patio only. Exclusive corner lot with backyard fenced
0355 after 5 p.m. TWO bedroom frame. neat & clean. ; Ideal for entertaining. listing.J. .
for the children. 1355
Na previous automotive experienceIs good condition city water shady square
necessary. WE WILL TRAIN tat 50' x 120, immediate! occupancy FLORIDA PARK. this neat little feet of living area with
man with the proper qualifications easy private financing, 3 bedroom WI bath home ideal W. Kirkpotrick Agency family room. DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *

who Is wllllne to sell In a manner BUTTS $200 down $55 monthly. Locatedat for a couple located In a quiet 31 N. Main FR 28404 UNIVERSITY and shopping center COCKTAILS

commensurate with the high 1318 SE 2nd Ave. near bus area of town. Immediate occu close walking distance from this GENERAL GAINES

Standards of our company. All line. See It and phone FR 6-7170. pancy.BLACK two bedroom house. Completely STEAK ROOM LONG'S CAFETERIA _
candidates under consideration Price Slashed
furnished and two kitchens STEER ROOM
will be required: to take a 50 PAYMENTS less than rent. Only ACRES. this traditionalhome Na welting between ordering .
Income when house Is
minute written examination. This MOBILEHOMES $770 per mo. buys this 3 BR 3 bedroom. 2 bath living- The owner of this lovely 3 bedroom mean Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice food lust fast cafeteria service
examination Is nationally known I 1 bath home. like new. Kitchenhas room. separate dining room & 2 bath masonry home Is READYTO rented as two one bedroom steaks prepared ta your taste SPE'CIAlS: lunch SIC '7Ct The finest In dining enloYment

end has proven to be accurateIn i Tappan built-In oven, range family room wth fireplace love- SELL If you want a home apartments. Total price only on our open h.lrth. Holiday Inn Complete dinner every night Cocktails dancing In our loung.

testing sales and managementpotential. with hood. fan filter, back. ly modern built-in kitchen. central with a central heating system, Sf,900.00.LOVELY 1900 I.W. 13th St. FR 6-I2U. Sunday noon '7e. Serving Gline. No cover No mInimum
splash. Price reduced from $13,200 heat. built-in oven and range family VIEW of woods and a Univ.FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
_ _ _ villa for 12 Yllrl. 31J W.
to $13000. $450 down FHA $100 room laundry room carport. stream from the glass walled rear Ave. 4362 NW 13th St.
For further Information telephoneMr. VA. Phone 3723471 for appt. to NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision large corner lot located In the Of this appealing contemporaryhome. BILLIARD'S *
'
Allen Bowen for appointment.FR I INC see. of acre lots paved NW SECTION CALL US Cypress construction

4-7511. University ChevroletCe. NEW streets. Inside lots $3.950.00. corner NOW' THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME step down living room with UNIVERSITY INN

8, 10 & 12' WIDES BEAUTIFUL CBS house 3 bedroom.completely 2 FURNISHED bath $4.250,00. Select your dream MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 fireplace three bedrooms two CUE STICK BILLIARDS *. BOWLING *
home site now before prices ad- PRICE CUT FROM $18000 .
also refrig. range. Must baths. breezeway patio Charcoal Steak Room. ", rOI.
to $14.500 ONLY $1X100 DOWN-
CAMPERSWe sacrifice this weekend FHA $450 NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL equipped kitchen. Beautifully Fun for not only young men PALM LANES board Cocktail Hour J fo 7. 2
PART TIME need U trade-ins this month! TOTAL cash. I pay all the rest. BE REFUSEDI private beautifully con BUT young women too. forming.drinks for the price of 1. Dlnc-
S to 10 pm. Should earn $100 per vance.M.M. WInter leagues now Grlffin'1 _
Call 3725712 or 372-6869. House venient. FHA evaluation Bring your dates Restaurant sno .. Ing 2 AoM. to Bobby
week. Must be neat. Ages 21 to Call us for the best deals. will be shown on Sat. and Sun. $20.00000. Open 10 A.l1t. .n Of P.M. nursey pro Combo .. Richard Parkers orches-
Wlido Road
2"'
difficulties .
40. If you're having John Merrill S.W. 13th St. FR .2442-
trl. ItOl
W. -
J. N.
1M MaiG Street
making ends meet. Call FR 2- By Owner. 7 rooms. m bath. $600 376-4654
2310. for equity payments $90 per KIRKPArRICKRealtor
3768361NW month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. PARRISH Realtor CAFETERIA OR PLACE
Phone 3766819.Bv TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE _
16-Work Wanted Female MULTIPLE LISTING 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
13th St. at 6th St. On street Owner 3 BR. IV* bath CCB ., ASSOCIATES. INC. PHONE 372-1494 ASSOCIATES: OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW

MAID desires work. references parking all around our corner. nome. Assume mortgage. Low H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Associates Floye MamUen Irene Bunnd CALL 372-8441.
will cook. clean. Iron and care Open AJA. to P.M. each. equity. S86 Mo., Dead end St. Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish Marcella Pardi Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret.
for children. Call FR 4-2130. week day. 1408 N. E. lifts Terr. FR 2-3855. 19 N.E. First Street TeL: 372-5375 W. H. BuckhannanTHEK Levis KIrkland Ben Griffin


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41 Residential IncomeFOR 45 Furnished Apts. 46 Unfurnished Apti. I 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For Rent 49 Rooms For RentLARCE 51-A Wanted To Rent

SALE Completely lurmsh- NICELY furnished convenient SPACIOUS 4 rooms unfurnised IVi SMALL house with double garage LARGE corner room. adjoin i n g room for men for rent
ed 3 unit apt. house located downtown area. $75. Adults only baths new paint, large yard $85 yard fenced couple or with small private bath and entrance maid single or double. access to showers FOUR bedroom home under $94
front of lot 95' x 200' at 115 N. E. no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music per mo. on annual lease. $23 NE I child. $65 mo. 525 S. E. 4th Avi. and linens. 2 working girls or 2 and refrigerator. Phone FR In Gainesville by Sperry employee
9 St. Price $15,500 net. Can be Store. 3rd Ave. 376-9992. Phone FR 2-4379 or 28620.CAN'T business men. Can be seen at 116 2-1981 or 3721185. 416 N.E. 2nd with 6 school-age children.
THE TIME IS NOW financed. FR 66456. N.W. 2nd St. Ave. Phone_GR 5-5043._ _
,
FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE 2 spacious BR new kitchen large FIND A RENTAL?
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- unfurnished $85 mo. VERY COUPLE seeking nice 2 or 3 BR
I BEST yard. per Buy my low equity. 2 BR, all appliances reasonable 2 boys to a ROOM FOR RENT to business or
toining rental property. 200 ft. Large well furnished. air conditioned on annual lease 923 NE 3rd Ave.. included. $65 monthly room. maid service. kitchen and professional man. adjacent to furn. house for Sept. 1st. Prefer -
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd 1 bedroom apt. Quiet lo 376-9992. drive by, 3130 NW 10th St. Phone living room. Call FR 2-JH4. bath. must be sober. 1325 NW air conditioning. Call 372-6673.
Ave. Will sell together or sepa cation. couple only no pets. $125 376-1963 4th St. FR 2-0984
rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 47 Houses for Rent Furn. ROOM with bath & kitchen
Ph. 372-4957.
per mo. 3 B R. 1 bath complete kitchen 53 Office-Desk Space
Do You Have A Room Apartment 4757. privileges, working lady or grad-
FORDYCE RENTALSCall I near schools and shopping center. uate lady student preferred. Car 51 Misc. Rentals
TWO bedroom house. cypress panel
information call Manaro'SRestaurant.
42 Farms & us for the rental you need. in For necessary. 376-6652 after 6 P.M.
Acreage brick fireplace stereo every FR 2-4690. OFFICE space for rent including
Or House to Rent? FOROYCE ASSOCIATES, INC. room. ideal for bachelor. ROOM for 2 boys. $45, for single 37 House trailer for rent on large central heating air conditionIng.
10 Acres with 2 BR, I Bam house. REALTORS $130. Call FR 6-0983. 1530 N. W. 2 BR unfurn. house 4431 NW 13th S35. Good location. 105 NW 7th shady private lot. Ideal for cou utilities and private parking
7 mi. West $16,500. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 55th Ter.STUDENT. St. stove refrig. & heater turn. Ter. Phone 372-0809. pie. Call for Information 372-157S. lot. 111 SW Third St.
1 bedroom $75 per month. Efficiency rental 10 room furn. J70 per month. Call FR 6-2641
14 Acres with 2 BR 1 bath house; $45 per month. 3505 N. W. decorated FR 6-2930 ask for Mr. Haines. -
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS house for rent newly
vacancy beautiful home sites on pave 17th St. Call McKinney Green 9 single beds standing now. Lease UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home.
ment. Call us now. Realtors FR 2-3617. required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave. SUP per mo. Call 376-7466. BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
MARY MOELLER, REALTOR Want to share apt. with In Call 495-J375 Archer.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentIt man TWO BR. 1 bath, stone and con-
1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 20's. Will be Jr. in Eng. Do not
want to pay more than $35 plus 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Crete house. Freshly painted SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELSNO
7 V2 acres. 10 miles out. Utilities 376-0948. walls. Inlaid oak floors Ig. shady -
$2000 cashS. yard. No children or pets.
E. 2 BR furn. apartments two 1 BR TWO BR, I bath kitchen equipped. 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035.
SAPP REALTORPh. trailers for rent. lights & water TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. MONEY DOWN -f&-
472-2000 Newberry. Fla.
included. By week or month. See Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph.
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU FORDYCE ACREAGEHigh Bill Johnson. Micanopy. Fla. 376-5987. \ (''
PRICE REDUCEDModern v A Village vj Qrceti
and rolling acreage good N.W. TWO furnished apartments, con- 3 BR. 1 bath home. SW section. No
section available for only a limited venient to bus and downtown. No
EVERY DAY until It is rented: time. pets. $55 and $60 Mo. Call 372- students. For appt. call 372-5633. home on 1 acre. 4

Small acreage tracts also listed. 3160. FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. housein Bedrooms. bath, tub and LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
Over 30 acres S.W. of Gainesville. Alachua $12.50 per week. CallE. shower. Carport and utility
: IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: beautiful. high. dry and waitingfor FOR home.RENT private furn.lot. 2 2019 BR NW mobile 32nd D. Floyd at 462-1871 or 442- room. $6500. $500 down. Monthly 376-7971 _
the right party. Complete with 1579 anytime. payments $65 month. Phone
home. I PI. FR 6-1180. $55 per mo.
TO PARTY EXPECTING to be GR 52277.NOW. I.
I $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day FORDYCE I Bedroom furnished apartment. here 2 years. 3 BR, 1 bath home Priced from 't H '
$13,90017,250
& ASSOCIATES INC. I Nice clean. $85 month. Lights near schools $110 per mo. Call and water furn. 617 N. E 6th
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day REALTORS St. 372-1706 after 5 P.M. 5LfJ5U11S
926 W. Univ. 3741234FARM 2 BR. turn for two- $70.00. RENTING Sodded Lawns '
I EAST SIDE 2 BR. 1 bath Kit. Equip. N. W. C $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day AND GROVE on 30 beau- 9000. NEW Swim "" .. I2Uit.
tiful acres 12 miles from UnI- GARDENAPARTMENTS Furnished one bedroom air con Club

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day farm versity.equipment Home Included.fully furnished.325 cit MARY MOELLER, ditioned occupancy apartments.August Ready 15th and for Air Cond. Optional -1 ; J

rus trees. outbuildings. Buy this. N.wuo..snm
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day move In and go to farming.For $57 per month up REALTOR 1400 September SW 10th 1st.Ter. Ph. 372-9569 Colonials -_

Information can or write Gainesville's Finest 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 Coy Thomas S Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day NORTHEAST 3 bedroom. 2 bath
Furnished or unfurnished screened porch. patio age.
gar
Angle Real EstateC. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
f
$75 $2.50 Available August 15 on year
per mo. . per day
l_ Angle Broker ment.9608 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- lease. $135 month. FR 6-1895. EYES RIGHT!

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day 4404 N.O.W.J.13th Angle St., Assoc. 376-6927 5 ROOM CCB house 1130 SE 22nd See real dream living In Shadow
4 Room frame
Ave. $60 mo.
46 Unfurnished Apts. ; per HOMES
8 OUTSTANDING
80 acres at $385 per acre, north of house 1120 SE 21st Ave.j $42.50 Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
, $85 per mo . $2.83 per day NW 39th Ave. Call W. H. Buck- per mo. FR 24136.ADVERTISE D. Oliver. Bldr. SEE
hannan c-o John Merrill Realtor, UNFURNISHED duplex apartmentat Ph. FR 2-0846
Af Landmark Inc.'s 1964
FR 2-1494 108 N.W. 1st Ave. Water fur- IN THE West en NW 39th Ave. past I I
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day nished, $65 per mo. Inquire Mike's SERVICE DIRECTORY the Glen Springs Intersec
43 Colored Property Book Store. tlon. See sign on left.

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day
i : HOMES -OR SALE YOU'LL BE HAPPY AFTER YOU
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. &
I $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay.
ment. Some small down pay COMPAREOUR
men Monthly payment $57 to HOME
$45. Also homes built on your

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR lot for no TOMMY down payment.Call RIDGELL. MODERN QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONBy BUYERS

Builder Phone FR 7-4175
Your Inspection-

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 43-1 COLORED RENTALS S S Treated Complete furred ceramic and tile plastered baths wal! GUIDEby

NOW RENTING S Twenty year specification built-up roofs

COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex White Terrazzo Floors The James Co.
apartments large living and S Spacious bedrooms and closets
, 'II dining area. modern kitchen with The James Co. of Gainesville
fan large storage closets, terrazzo Contemporary Design Inc., Builders of Kings-
I 35 Houses for Sale floors tile baths. space heater All masonry construction no upkeep berry Homes for this area will
38 Real Estate Wanted and hot water heater faclll .
Large shady lots
I be happy to answer any questions
EnO
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. ties for washing machines. and Wide paved streets with curb and gutter you might have concerning (
fuel tank 100 shrubs. brick patio MASONRY house not over $10.000 paved streets. See at N.E. 26th home ownership. You mightbe
fenced yard. near elemen- Close In or near bus line. No Ter. or call for appointment 372- of those that
tary and Junior high schools agents.. Call 374-4044 after 7P.M. 5321 or 372-5322. 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths now one owns a home people but found
-screened porch 3 B R. I bath FURN. room kitchen prlv. for
MODEL HOUSES-WESTVILLA that it Is now inadequate. If ,
S500 down. if you qualify FHA.
dependable working woman. Lincoln -
-.-See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. 39 Out of Town Property Estates. 1039 SE 19th St. N. W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD this James Is the Co.case could a call very to well The

: ONLY $450 DOWN Inspect evening 6 to 8. solve your problems. By this
Assume mortgage at $96 per mo. ON Hwy. 301. 36 acres. restaurant. we mean trading In present
7 WALTER STUBBS INC.DIAL your
furn.
room house. 105$ front. 44 Cottages for Rent
.on 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla.! room. age. very reasonable. For Infor. home.
home. Kitchen equipped. shady _matlon call Wa'do468-1673._
376-5394
YMd. close to schools. 1937 NE RENT modern furnished cottageson There are a number of ques-
.7th Ter. Ph. 3760643. 40 Business Lake Santa Fe by week or "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST tions that we can answer con- OPEN DAILY
Properties
season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. cerning trading. We feel that

A GOOD BUYYOu'RE FOR SALE Newberry Trailer Park THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on mummuuwwumIl llUl1lnl1UllUIIUII1IIIIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIUIIlWlIIII1I1HIIJ unnumwJIlIIIIIJ1IUIIlIgi : ( by talking with us you can
one mile north en 41. $400 down Silver Lake near Keystone. $50 pick a sunable floor plan and
MISSING THE BOAT If $40 month. total $9,900. Ora week or by month 374-2415 exterior design that will suit
,you don't call for an appointment Ball. Archer Fla. : your needs, from our many
to see this nearly new large 3 FOR SALE fully equipped restaurant 45 Furnished Apts. i COMPARE !I-I! I plans that we keep on hand.A .
BR 2 Bath home with entrance small Investment. building call to the James Co. will 4 'til 7
.foyer, large LR, separate OR. for rent reasonable. Ph. 528-6281. ONE & TWO bedroom trailers. get all the facts about any p.m.
Fla. room with panelled wall & H. I. Stell Williston. water furnished. No pets. Phone type financing. any questionsyou
*old brick fireplace. Big family FR 25433.EFFICIENCY : THESE HOME VALUES might have without any

kitchen dishwasher.with CENTRAL built-in oven.HEAT range& SERVICE ADVERTISE IN THE APARTMENTS. $50 i BEFORE YOU BUY II obligations on your part. DRIVE West on University Ave. to Old State Rd. 26, turn right on

AIR CONDITIONING. PRICED DIRECTORY month. Phone 466-3448. We have lots available In N.W. 43rd St. to Suburban Heights.OR .
FOR QUICK SALE. can b. bought most any section of town for

-with..and assume reasonable existing down payment financing. I I you to choose from. DRIVE West on 16th Ave. to N.W. 43rd St., turn left to Suburban

Call MYRTLE LASSITER. 376- SAVE' Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene Heights.
:10817 or 372-7943. COLOREDRENTALS ; The following ere ready for e Paramore have over 30 years
combined experience In the
REDFRANKS occupancy. construction of homes. By care-
e IIIUIlUUIWlIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ful supervision by Jim and BUILDERS ARE
:' REALESTATE 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. Gene. it will enable you as the
1 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 376-0817 The following Is now under 4 BR, Th baths, $2990 dn., homeowner to get more home
construction and will be ready $169 for your money and certainly Fred Mason A. W. Fletcher
for occupancy soon I per mo. 32 makes The James construction -
BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW to be beyond compare.By .
FordyceRealtor
3741 NW21st PL
3320 NW 30th Ave. Macoma Homes W. P.
UNDER CONSTRUCTIONS 3 BR. 2 bath. $750 dn. $109 building primarily the Ridgway
3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn $77.
g per month. on Klngsberry home we feel we
= per mo. on have a great advantage end
g IIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIJIDI g great opportunity for you as
$ to pick design
: the purchaser
303 SE 38th St.
JUST RIGHT and floor plans that are created -
08 3 BR. 1 bath, $400 dn. $64 onorwood of the country's
lor the young executive. This N permo. by some
4 bedroom. 2 bath home with a S IiI leading architects.

tremendously very attractive large recreation kitchen set room.A off. IU\ItHlllIl'\ llllllmUllllllllllllllBIIIIIIIIII If you desire complete Information -
by Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan I Hope I call The James Co. and WHY SETTLE
be arranged and also excel we will be happy to come to
lent monthly terms. $26,500 Call I ALL OUR HOMES ARE your home and spend any
Fordyce. 376-1236. "H" nc. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 2 amount of time necessary to
SEEING ANYTIME IF = explain The James Co. systemof
OAK STRIP We Trade Homes YOU WILL JUST CALL home ownership.

floors are one of the many features
you will find In this attractive 1123 SE. 4th STREET gg We can secure FHA/ VA and
:1 bedroom home located In or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 several different types of conventional
friendly Florida Park. Paneling. financing.If FOR LESS ?

fireplace and Florida room. Available IIIIIIIIIIIIm.uIIllllllllllillIlIlIllIllIllIllIIllIllIIlll! lmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!!
under F.H.A for only $18-500 you own a lot within SO
Call Fordyce. 376-1236. or 60 miles of Gainesville. Callus
2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and tanS ,, -- ; il Gainesville's newest and most for Information about build
EXTRA Large living dining area Double compartment sink t luxurious apartment building .. ing for you3Bedroom
large living room and delightful Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
kitchen for this 3 bedroom home. Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills !LAKESHORE 11bath with New Kirkpatrick & Pierscm
Shady lot. patio and fireplace. Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and hardwood floors located on
Terms can be arranged and the Large double sliding door shrubbery : well shaded lot. Small down-
price lust reduced to only $11,900. closets a Insulated Attic i : .i TOWERS payment. FHA.Construction.
Call Fordyce. 376-1236.' Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
to start soon on Homes in Court Manor
Highland
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS
A CIRCULAR TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. NOW :LEASING 5 V.A. 3 4 Bedroom homesin

drive for this :3 bedroom. 2 bath For appointment call 372-5321 or 3275322Take N.E.make Gainesville.all color selections.Call now
home on a spacious one acre tot. and
Paneled LR & OR. sliding glass northeast ltd ive. to northeast 26th terrace turn left l block. AU these will be brick veneer. Start at 79.34!
doors In LR and master badroom.: only
Only $15,000. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. We have 4 tots on 39tfi Ave.
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100/x276' Pick a lot and house

plan to suit you. That's right- you can buy a new threebedroomhome

FordyceASSOCIATES PALM VIEW ESTATESAN Bedroom Now under 2 baths construction with 143S 3- in Highland Court Manor for as little as

INC. Sq. Ft. floor area double carport $79.34 per month including insurance and taxes
Multiple Listing Realtor EXCELLENT on shaded 100x276' lot. Will and built-in Tappan oven and range with hood
Grace Fordyce. Broker
trade on this one.
Associates: NORTHWEST LOCATION fan and filter.
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden

O.Frances C. Gay Hough Sarah Dick Goulden Banks 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL And. you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality

WESTPARK CITY SERVICES construction too including such items as Owens-

2030 NW 55th St.. by owner. lowdown Corning fiberglass insulation Wolmanized pres-
payment. 3 BR. Payments WALK TO SCHOOLS
less than rent. Phone 2-0258. sure-treoted lumber custom built-in cabinets

ATTRACTIVE 2 BR. Fla. rm.. tile From $16,000 up LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: and Wcll-Tex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath.
patio. fenced yard. CB horr NW IeS'
sec. $5890 per mOo Call 376- $600.00 down Swimming Pool Recreation RoomS Why not see for yourself? Our airconditionedmodel

4329. or 2-6667. Furnished Models by Home Beautiful Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat For More Information home is daily from 10 a.m. to 6 ,
open p.m.
FOUR BR. 2 bath all brick home. Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Call
built-in- FHA Conventional from 1:30.
Oak floors. completely Lockers Garbage Drop Chute Sunday
,kitchen contains many other built. I Storage
I In features ten. heating and air Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
FERNWOOD MODELS TheJames MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS Drive North Main turn
cond.. 1680 sq. ft.. Ig. finished 3 Elevators : on ,

,garage room.easily 23.900 converted South Into tarny Idyl-- From $12,250 Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd., and continue to NE 12th St. Turn

wild. Phone FR 6-4849. PHONE 376-4456
$400 down $100VADay Of Gainesville. Inc. LEFT and follow signs to model located on NE 31st Ave.

37 Real Estate ExchangedWill 2-9545 Night 6-9048 FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Builders of Kingsberry
(24 Hour Service)

,lake trade privileges lot off for Santa good late Fe mod-with Drive West on 16th Avenue SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY OFFICE Homes PHONE KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales

-*l used compact. Call 376-3211. Turn left on 39th Terrace 2306 S.W. 13th ST.- U.S. HWY. 441 372-2527
Ext. 5363. Ito S weekdays.

EXCHANGE equity In 3 BR.. 2 BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS Office-NE 23rd Blvd. &. 11th Terr.-Phone 372-3471
Butler Bros. 372-7401
bath home In Cocoa for home of BUILDERS
i equal value In Gainesville Area.
Phone 376-6421.

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66 MIic .For Sal. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1 I 85 Automobiles for Safe
FOR THE CORRECT I
CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew ASSUME payments en 194J Chevrolet Ml TEMPEST. 4 dr.. auaiqnt 1 MOTORCO.
INDEX and Used UO Vk ton pick up. radio ...... stick good tires. excellent running TIMEe. EVERYONE HAWES-POWERS
Complete line of photo supplies er. real clean with low mileageCall cond. Private owner. 530 .
"'" FULLER'S FOTO INC. Mr. Shiver, 374S351.S3 NW 57th St. Ph. 376-0229.. FR 2-1411

MERCHANDISE 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 57 Btrick 4 O. hardtop airs, SMITTY SEZ:
ANNOUNCEMENTS 6Seeot.. KNOWS
Mottvcycfas r Of
GOLF bag 2 woods. I Irons. glov trans. power steering a> brakes Courtesy
IIa M.m.rta. .1 Wut.d .. Ba. and balls; S25. Phone FR e5615after radio hnf '. $%50. Can 374332S.al University; Chevrolet
FOR SALE model 5Q Honda motor.
I C.r' .1 Tksab. .. *:00 PM.DEMONSTRATOR. I .
I L.d a Fssd a Msebi.eri aT. bike 150-200 milts per .... CORVAIR Club Coupe new N. Main St. at 16th Avc. "WE'LL NEVER
4 P.rI.aaUu' I.nlt'l IS B.awta, Ib'erl&ll one Argus elec- Ifti Excellent condition. $145. WSW tires. perfect condition. *m.Cad .
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$4 B. Gida tromatlc 572 slid Flu Rackley 373-1325.
I Tru.1 lafotsliu zoom. 35 mm 372-5273 or 37S-S3S1 ext. 452. -- -

S fp.elal pi.u..s IS.. AntI.ueI HI... ,., lale protector! S13995 1 year priced warranty.at $S97.5 Regular TWO Zundapp 254 ce. Super Sabre. 1953 Chevrolet 2 dr. business coupe Barkley J TURN OUR BACK

'I l1.rl. It Tradiag P.... Ph. 374-1258. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. motorcycles. One good condition, stand shift good condition. $ ".
a a Baby Places SUI T.,,..G.CbttI Lii C.re .... .Anlel... "....... UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY INC. on* good. IW part Bttl for SIM.374J423. prune 37e47B7 or 372-5805. PAINT ON A DEAL CHECK
.1 00 W4i
... c2 FALCON 2 dr. auto. trans. low
T. c
Tlalllll ,. NEWI Sofa bed and chair 159.95.PI..tform .
B''I Msr1i. Eiip. ONE new Bridgestone scooter at mileage, like new J1OT5. Liberal
.H.t. FISk rocker S12.98. Used TVs at Ul> Hawthorne JOB
: Camp dealer's cost. See terms to good credit risk. Callowner THESE FANTASTIC
$15
AUTOMOTIVE Offle. Eq.Ipm.oIs up. Used refrigerator S35. Road. Motors
at Us-
at 376-1795 or see
lal.-a..1&1II 'II Mweal lerckudla. Hollywood beds $29.95. Williams
Alrpl.
sery's Service Stat. 404 NW 10th
,. n.ello 'er la" 3723,37TWIN Service: Center. Hawthorn Rd. S4 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR Ave. BUYS STOP IN
'I T..ello Wte4 REAL ESTATE fOR SAL i95 ,
II. .. TrasL rI ..Tr.ek Zeitali 1 Imerspring mattress, matching CONDITIONING June up 19SS ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe 39
lIS Tr.Der a..t&ll n Mobil Homes fir SiliU box spring headboard. $30.95. Special 12.50 for performance red wlffi red Interior. Leaving 2201 N. Main St. AND MAKE US
H..reelea$ .e..tere sa Liii '.r $sk slightly used. Repossessed laUd test. All makes and models. town must sacrifice. FR 4-4008.
1& Aut.asbIIs a..1ra It ". ",,...$ Yriperty mahogany Early American living of Chrysler built cars. H awes- "
IS A..Oes t.f .aIe sa B..... ,., isis = room furniture. Powers Motor Co., AV Conditioning 87 Automobile Winter At Sells The AN OFFER. __ _
It lvip Cars II C.ttag.s '.r aili gn 602 S. Main FR 2-4379 Servicing Center. 204 N.

Zeal Eitati EichaagsiEDUCATINAL g CLOSE OUT SALEON Main St., Phone FR 2-21. CARS WANTED 50-S4 Fords HAWESPOWERSBODY
II Real Est&t. Witd WALLPAPER. 91 SPECIAL S25. All- J. Chevrolet Al Herndon Service SHOP
cents Roll auto pamtvig
.M..I........ D.* .1.tr..u.s..... II 4. O.S usIa.a..1 Tia Prep..e.I' Pripert. 1-1u I HARPER PAINT CO.a tomothr repairs and tunevp.Miller Station m SE 4th St. 611 S.W. 3rd St. BESTUSED I II
It & Sons 7M NW 1st St. -
79
Waat.cl-Jutn.Uea CI Resldentiil lac.... i S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 Phone 372-7915. FR 2-0538

42 Parms Aeru,.. 2! KING size mattress 5.2 boxsprings GAINESVILLEAUTO
EMPLOYMENT U-l CoI.rlel Property .Sal" complete S149. 85 Automobiles for Sal. SALES
4 drawer metal chest Jit
Wut.d Mcli
: Wsrk Wsrk Weatsi Trails RENTALS COX WAREHOUSE m Chevrolet 210 4 dr., A. ToO 1007 N. Main St. FULL SIZE

u Saiss RsIp Ws.Le& U CeI.r" Prepirty R.nt.ls I 402 S. Main FR 2- 37t heater white wads excellent con Flieiie FR %.6313Northcentral CHEVROLET super sport, power

11 B.lp-M.I. .r Ysails U &.:.&la... "., EcU S4 PER MONTH dition. Call 374-4022. Florida's 1964 64 steering. automatic
D Mali Help Wanted U Punished Api.. Repossessed '64 model automatic W3 Comet 2-door. blue, I cylinder
bucket radio heater
It Dr..Ue f' Iur.Isbrd. Apt. Zig Zag SeltCt- .tlc Sewing standard shift. Radio heater II- Largest transmission Y-8 seats
I U 1'.mal. B... Wa.... n Hisses fir a..s 1'.... I Machine this machine does zigzag 495. F R 2-223. I Independent Dealer CARSIN 3900 miles. $ (
fl H..... 'er Rest Vsfsrs. fancy stitches monograms 154 PLYMOUTH Plaza 4 door FORD //ZO
:; fARMS Cr LIVESTOCK u a..a fir RiM button holes sews on buttons good tires, radio. SI 20 Phone Was $2995 NOW I
= 26 Jera E'.I'.t 18 H.tel a..1 blind hems etc. Take over remaining FR7408..
n Yen a fertilizer It III... a'al. I 7 payments of ".00. Call "FASTBACK"2aV. !
!I Lh..k .. gsppfles alA Waited T. Real == Credit Manager 372-7410. United BY owner clean '57 Cadillac. MEL TONMOTORS lit Golaxie' 4 door hardtop
II Lud.iepI.. Tip leU II B.ar', Wasted 5 Sewing Center.REMINGTON Fleetwood air conditioned heater Hardtop FORD steering automatic
10 Fits It S.ppUu U OffiCi Dut bll' all power. Call after *;00 power
11 Lln.ek W..tIC 1& B..Ia"1 E.nt..Ia I electric typew r I ter, P.M. 374-3V71. V-8 Engine transmission radio, heater air conditioned I
good condition $100. Call after 5
WSW TIRES
CADILLAC 15S red convertiblefully
I FINANCIAL SERVICE Ii P oM. 372-47M. powered with new top. SOU a beautiful car. $2662 l

M Bnilneii OppartenlUet n 8, elal Rarvlcca g KENMORE elec. dryer. needs- Set at Tenneco Stat. comer *f 703 N. Main St. Large Wheel Cover TownAND Was $2895 . . . NOW i:
II Money t* Lea !J Hama Impr...m..USi some repair make offer. Phone S. Main & 4th Ave. FR 6-7571 I Frcthair Heater
M MartcafteIt Bad!. TV Berrle 372-2942. I bought a new KEN-. I960 SUNBEAM Alpine whit wal
M...? WaaUi ZS Appliance tt )'..altar. E MOREl tires wire wheels, excellent condi- ONLY $1 i LI 4 door

------- _____ Iii- ONE acetylene welding outfit In-. tion. Phone 374-7124. 2473Delivered 00 CHEVROLEThc1rdtop, automatic
umEmtEuEImmnaifflmnitI clud. tanks, 1 4-drawer filing cabinet Value Rated
FOR SALE 1957 Belalr Chvrolt V8 radio
steering
Butlnett Rentals 66 Misc. For Sale 1 rebuilt lawnmower 2 rebuilt 1895; also 1950 Chevrolet pickup. In Gainesville transmission power ,
54 2 H.P. Briggs engines 1 S175. Call FR 2-973. InS N. W. Used Cars ..d heater, sharp.
elec. Impact wrench. See at 1411 I 35th Ave. $2110
fOR LEASE SEWING MACHINE Hawthorne Road. $53.96 PER MO. HERE'S Was $2395 NOW
Modern air cond. auite of offices. 1944 Automatic twin needle zig zag 64 CHEVROLET $2650 B&G MOTOR CO.
SINGLE
Downtown location near court In new cabinet. Makes buttonholes bed with box spring & I cyl.. auto trans., r & II. power WITH / DOWNMUSTANGS
louse and federal building. Ph. overcast. applique. s. t In mattress, 125; also 1 golf cart steering. tinted windshield Grad. Cadillac Oldsmobile New Yorker 4 door
15 cond. .
good best
373-7943 or 4-CI17. stitch. fancy designs mends etc. or offers. student being transferred over 2001 NW 13th St. 163 CHRYSLER
14 per month. Balance 172. MIleU'1 __372-9390 J to a P.M. seas. 3724054 after 5:30 or all power steering power
iTORE X X n. available 12REASONS
20
building Sewing Machine Service C* CLEAN A day weekends.
your rugs upholstery
It 420 S. Main. ISO rmOo brakes radio heater air con.
115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075. with
amazing Lustre-Foam. Use $3195
Call John Merrill Realtor. 1959 Chevy Impala convertible, V-S.
FR J-H94. YOU saved and slaved for wall our applicator free. Call Home auto. shift power steering brakes RAULERSONMOTORS Reedy f.r immediate ditioned, Was $3595 . NOW
to wall carpet. Keep It new Beautiful Furniture 1703 N. MainSt. new engine S1095. 452345 Delivery
SMALL warehouse with platform tor .
.. In with Blue Lustre. Rent electric Brooker.
door
trucks loading unloading. 4 hardtop crown
city limits. 1)32 S. Main St. shampooer 11 McDanled Furniture ON VACATION SOME bank and Finance Company 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD 163 IMPERIAL
Phone 372-1433 or 374-4173. Co.. Gainesville Shopping W* will be closed Wednesday, August repossessions. Financing: SHAW & KEETER power steering power

FOR RENT approx. 2 acres behind Center.WE 5 thru August 12. We'll see available. Some already: financed. 372.5285 Why brakes radio heater air con-
Gainesville Shopping Center. SIM have several good name brand you then. Ella's Ceramics 2141 I All cars stored at 4431 N. W. 231 W. University $4295
per mo. J. L. George FR 4-S50S.. used TVs. S12 to S30 each. Will E. Univ. Ave. FR 4-5545. 6tt St. Car must be said fey Horn of ..1 used Cart dtioned. Was $4495 . NOW
sell all or singly. IDS NE 11th August 10th. CARS TRUCKS JEEPS FR 6-5371 You Should
56 Business Opportunities Ave. FR 2-5047. '70 Boats-Marina Equip. '56 Pontiac S7I "
700" 4 door 4 speed
mm Camera with all attachments.This 57 Ford. S295 ,
y63 CORY AIR
THREE horse Johnson '55 Chevrolet, SIM A $ k
WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY camera Is brand new original engine. dependable Buy radio i ,
STORE. Price ta Include c.mpl.t. cost 1251, sell for 1125. FR auxiliary or power for .SS Ford $150 1495
Inventory. land and build 2-2454. small boat 150. Phone FR 2- '5* Buick. S495 heater, Was $1595 . NOW
t ing. Be your own boss and make _0307. '56 Dodge S150 CLEARANCE SALE Used Car
a comfortable living. Near Gainesville NEW and used: chain saws lawnmowers '55 Chevrolet wagon S175
edgers tampers light 12 Aristo-Craft. Runabout with 25H.P. TRUCKS 4 door
In excellent location. Terms hardtop, Crown
can be arranged. Call us for full plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs Johnson and trailer. 1345. 1953 Ford pickup. S17S 162 IMPERIAL
& Stratton new and: used motors. Phone FR 44571.ir 1957 Ford Pickup. S495 1. "You act more for power steering, power
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details. Rental sales and service.Meyers 4 yard 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
REALTY 1958 Chevrolet dump your money in a good heater automatic
ALACHUA Power Tools. 230 NE capacity S49S brakes radio transmission
ASSOCIATES 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. Plywood 149.541 fishing boats. 1940 Willys Jeep pickup 4-wheel CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS used cor bought from air conditioned. $
% 3752445p drive. S1095 Bjrkley Motors". oUVJ
.p Nearly new Kelvlnator aqua blue range deluxeelectric 30. I, THE TACKLE BOX Finance man in the building. See HARDTOPS Was $3395 . . . NOW
12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W.
call Mr. Thomas Dealer. 372- 2. "You buy UN.USED
Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity oven. All controls. 1125. Room or
for the right man to get In size gas heater 110. FR 4-0417 between The' Heart Of East Gainesville" 6005. transportation in a Super Sport 2 door
the bowling alley business with a 4 and t p.m. A. A. Bon- Check with CharlieFR used car from BarkleyMators 162 CHEVROLET
small amount of capital. Call FR ner. 2-1791. h'dtop. power steer-
4V-244I or FR 4-230. Ask for Mr. "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE just as surelyas
TRADE your costly to operate BARKLEY ing automatic transmission, V8, radio heater
Havn> ELECTRIC water heater and you buy it in a new
14 LARSON fiberglass boat wttti
$48 for a new glasslined GAS to,:' ,, 18,000 miles.
61 Wanted t. Buy water heater. Much more hot trailer. 1450. Phon FR 2-0235, FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 11895 i
water at about half the cost with 3911 N. W. 7th St. MOTORS"IN Was $2095 . . . NOW

CASH for your used appliances: OUR LP GAS. PROPANE 15Vi Industro boat with lots of extras DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00 3. "But you pay" less for
furniture clothing etc. Call Williams ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. elec. start 30 h.p. Johnson THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S it per mile.
Service Center Hawthorn Champ tilt trailer & elec. troll- Savoy, 2 door automatic -
Rd. 3723'137.tS1 DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Ing motor Included. S550. Phoni; THE NAME" 4. "With normal 62 PLYMOUTH
Chairs, low as $L No moneydown -1a09. 2201 H. Main St. YOUR PRICE 000 care you transmisSian -
low as S5 month. will thousands of
per get
Machinery fir Teele FR 2-4373 radio, heater 6 cyl. clean.
Free estimates pickup and delivery FOR SALE 15" Crosby boat with miles of $1
service. All work guaratteed. 1943 75 hp Evlnrud For Infor. transportation Was $1195 095
NOW
COMMERCIAL Carrier Air condi- Phone 374-7714. matlon call 372-OM5. and will be able . . .

tloner.ing tower.34.000 lit BTU class with cond.water $495.cool. TAPPAN Clear. controlled 20-Inch FOR SALE 14' Renegade sailboat 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE to trade your cer

) Chace .. Kitchens, It S.!. lit oven rotisserIe burner with a IVi yrs. old. fiberglass, excellent/ VOLKSWAGENMILLER without the depreciation V.100 4 door. radio,
St. FR ...225 brain. Regular $39?. This week sails beautiful condition. S450. FR you would have if 62 VALIANT heater: S
IN THE > only Free 30-gallon glass lined 2-1052. THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY ATPOOLEGABLEMOTORS 1095
ADVERTISE water heater Included. See Full- you bought it new.
\ SERVICE PIBECTORV real clean. Was $1195 NOW
_gas 374-5392 12 S.W. 1st Ave 73 Musical; Merchandise
5. "The price you pay fs

} 64 Household Goods MAHOGANY knee sofa. beds hoi* desk chests reupholstered ANTIQUE upright piano. good conditKMU the list price less the 2 door coupe, 4 speed,

blond bedroom suit.. dough box Call 4722417.Used depreciation less 62 MONZA
KENMORE AUTOMATIC. Washes a radio, heater. $
well. 130. If Interested, call sewing cabinet oak glass door drum set for sale' Ilkanew. I further depreciationdue i OOC
FR 2-5035. 421 N. W. 34th Ter.roc. bookcase. baby bed. other household $725. Phon 4952255.REPOSSESSED Was $J495 . . . NOW l07*>
to surplus of
.. Items. Nearty-Nu Furniture BROWN a
Allen Hayes.FOR Shop. 314 N. W. Ith Ave. 376-4892. ORGAN a 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 used cars on the
SALE Coldspot refrigerator- LOFTY pile. free from soil 11th. Baldwin Spinet organ with ton. 1030 E. Univ. .i'sa market" v-20' 4 door auto-
.
2 cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammend 161 .
freezer combination door. good VALIANT
carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre.Rent FR 2-3522
I condition S7S. Phone 372-7204. 2-61 note manuals 25 note mafic transmission
electric shampooer 11. Mc. .
pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A 6. "On our Bank Financing
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FOR SALE. Shot water tanks. :30 Danlell Fur nit u r. Company real bargain. Grid ley Music radio heater, real sharp. $
time
gal.ISO with gal. gas butane heater gas attached tank. Complete also. T-V Gainesville antennas.Shopping S3 single Center.stack 17 C*. 2-5353.Gainesville Shopping Center.FR RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. I your initial payment down basis Was $J 145 . . . NOW )I 045

with gauges 2 crane shallow double stack, 113.00 complete kit. payment and your
TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
J. Jewelry well Co.TAG.pumps. Inquire Lewis Jim Voyles 419 NW Ith Ave. Buy now for this fall./ Many t. monthly budget outlayare 4 door station
Now Specializing In Ladles Better choose from. Instant credit. DURING THIS SALE ONLY both surprisinglylow. 61 PLYMOUTH
APPLIANCES Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I I Gainesville Music Center wagon power

Tested and Guaranteed through 54. 13 Each. Exceptional _372-5421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. steering, power brakes radio heater dual
VI lues. DIXIE MILLS SUPER
*
42 Refrigerators from S3 up
Ranges from S3* up DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. lit Ave WILL transfer to responsible party 7. "Fire and theft Insurance air conditioners. $ f

17 Washers from lit UpS nue. choice pianos. of Pick four up spinet payments or of console Wur- cost less on a Was $1395 NOW I UV5
from S49
Dryers up
19 FORD polor air conditioner. S75 litzer Spinet Piano trade back Used Car
2 Food-Freeiert from S9f up
Good condition. Phone 454-1521 $220. Wurlltzer
save Organ with
10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from from S49 S35 up up TWO horse tandem horse trailer sound <. motion, pick up payments 8. "You can pick a BAR. 60 CHEVROLET st.gtion wagon, 4
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. electric brakes, saddle compartment w* have a piano to Ill/ GAIN that it would be door automatictransmission
EARL'S PIANO CO.,
any decor.
41* NW Sth Ave.Ph. 372-5303 rubber mats on floors
702 W. UniV. Ave. 374-0031. Impossible to find la a radio, heater air
Price 1500. 373-2547.
10 cu. ft. Frlgldalre S3S 34 In. oa*
stove. SIS. Both operating. 1731 175 LIGUSTRUM HEDGE PLANTS. MUSIC lent professor will sell exeat- new car-and you oft- conditioned. Was .1395 NOW $1195 I 1 I I'
practice piano
an Estey
N. W. 12th Rd.. phone FR 4-541. 2 ft. talL 50 cents per plant upright. en get expensive extras -
FR for $185. Phone 374-4823. 5
Call 4-WOJ.
IOFA I chair coil springs dark and accessories at
gray nylon tweed. Boucle. recently FOR SALE large desk. 3 drawers UPRIGHT practice piano good, no additional cost." 60 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 2 door,
reupholstered. Like new. S75. & built-in bookcase end. 120 condition owner leaving town .
Ph. 377-547. Phone 372-5206. only 180. 374-9487. power steering
WALNUT bedroom suit Including KIMBALL Spinet piano blond finIsh 9. "You can put yourself radio, heater, air" conditioned. $
twin bads mIH,....... ft. box practically new. Sea It a704J en a two car basis for 995
SUBLEASE springs. bachelor chest dbl. N E. 9th St.Automotive, % about wlat one new Was $1095 . . . NOW
dresaer with framed mirror, "
night table dining table with car would cost.
Building at leaf & 4 chairs. Air conditioner AND 4 door Impala,
229 W. UNIV. AVE. snack tables, 1 arm chair. Cal 10. "You get good tl,..- 60 CHEVROLET automatic
transmission
372-1130. -
Next Door to Florid good paint written
WE WANT TO buy late model used radio heater.
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PHONE Theatre.372-0440 trade-Ins refrigerators.now G Exceptionally Iv", High '78 TRUCKS FOR SALE ; from guorantee BarkUy- Motors you buy" Wo $1295 . . . NOW $1 I 095

WILSON'S EXCHANGE 1952 S ud b.ker P. U. truck. Run
111 SE. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. _good $100 cash. Call 374-3357. I 1. "You get all the advantages door standard
transmission
LtOU\ 4. -
that a new DODGE
car could bring to you 6 cyl., heater $r nr

and your family." real sharp. Was $795 NOW OVDJCO


I SERVICESHome 5 12. URiible.AND you're economicaland being /JO BUICK 1 door Century! hardtop

that'i olways a power steering power

satisfaction. brakes, radio, heater cream puff.

. And BusinessPlumbing Was_ $795 . . . NOW 695

L fo HERE'S YOUR BEST

t Service I BUYS FOR TODAY!! 57 CHEVROLET Bel sedan Air automatic 4 door :


Appraisal '63 PONTIAC transmission, radio, heater, sharp.

"""FREDERNOLDR SEWER INSTALLEDNEW 2 Doer Hardta Was $695 . . . NOW $595


1219 W .UNIV.ESTATE SERVICE EALTORREAl. AVE APPRAISAL PH. 372-3572 HUGULEY.plumbing, &PR used 1-1589.service Gainesville fixtures"BIG". complete PlumbIng JIM OUR COST + 5% I $2845 Air Cenditlnd




BulldozingSMALL bulldozer, loader dump UpholsteryUPHOLSTER ON ALL NEW & USED CARS '63 CHRYSLER IMPORTED CARS

trucks fill dirt lIme rock. Top your furniture* al i "308" 2 Door Hardtop 763 convertible, radio,
soil. Phone 372-7144, reasonable prices. Call Sally. TRIUMPH
Experienced. FR 6.2.. $2795 hooter. 5
i N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling.
LandscapingLANDSCAPE Was $1595. . . NOW 1495

SERVICE 5% FINANCING AVAILABLE :
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Grass-Sod-Garden: : MainNurserystock 63 FORDS 763 VOLKSWAGEN 2 doa, heater
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S DO YOU NEED. Florida room ea- W 1111I
Ira room more room root work
Landscape NURSERY Co. or maybe a complete new home? i Air Cll\4litlentd sharp. Was $1595 NOW 1495
FR ..'S14 for free estimate. For a free estImate .V guaranteed TREMENDOUS SELECTION $2395
work, phone Carl C.

Appliance Repair & Lawnmower Service Waters 37049.EXPERIENCED. 62 sunroof radio

Air Conditioning CARPENTERPaint 1964 RAMBLERS VOLKSWAGEN
I
F L. Lawnmower Shop for fast and and repair lobs performed by I '62 OLDSMOBILE 1325
dependable service 105 S. W. carpenter who loves hi, trad*. heater. Was $1395 . NOW
2nd Avo. W* sharpen knives scissors CALL FR 64907 *l" Air Cenditi1


First"lIanc.A-l In HANDYMAN air reIN1 conditioning,.. We sell SHOP and guirarvwashers Ap. motors.and repair small electric Sewing Machine Repair. ALL MODELS 6s & V-8s $2595 60 VOLKSWAGEN :: b0, heater,

teed refrigerators! etc. real 5

PR 42e7.. CALL VICE-SEEING CO. 115 MACHINE W. University SER beauty. Was $1095 . NOW 995
Sun Want Ads 62 CHEVROLETSuper
ADVERTISE
IN THE Ave. V4-1G7S. We repair all

Auto SERVICB Glass DIRECTORY Get Results TELEVJSION MAIr.S. Wortc fully ouarantexl. WE WILL BEAT ; $1995 Sprt 4 Spool 160 METRO heater 2 door hardtop, radio$


425
Was $495 . . . NOW
PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. 11
AUTO GLASS U our only bustness. I per Inch plus SI 6 to instills.. '
Immediate Installation tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special\ / I100 4 door
free pickup Ia delivery. Add Reconditioned TV's from SMS. "Now there's just one 58 FIAT heater
beauty .. value to your car. Mortgage Broker THE VARIETY STORE ANY DEAL clean
hint to add ]Just
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MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. 7 S.E. 1st Ave. a $445
323 NW. ,th St. PRAuto ..usa. 4 Technician's with 14 years ,11- friendly wore of warning; Was $595 . . . NOW
MORTGAGE MONEY perience on all mates.
3i per cent Interest. Term to buy your USED CAR
Equipment 15 years. T. V. SERVICE from established See: J. L SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH
BUY BUILD REFINANCE PROMPT DEPENDABLEOpen an 4eoltr PAUL
OPEN 8-9 DURING THIS SALE
Call t to a-dosed Wed. at 1 P.M.
HYDRAULIC only h. has
JACKS rebuilt & the

exchanged.IUV.t--: Repair Factory kits authorised for Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 OmN.W.KWIK" FIXT.V.10th SERVICE Ph. PM177 HOME OF 5 % PROFIT 5% FINANCING SERVICE DEPARTMENT I BARNETT, FRANK GRAY.

Hydraulic Jack FHA and conventional at lowest and trainee mechanics I
: to
Service Aoent. current rates. Terms to 25
HULL BRAKE WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 years. Win gladly discus at no protect your inveshsieiit. I
Main FR 1-1.7 obligation. Call tomorrow.J. WINDOW clMned. floors c.IMned HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
I W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor and: waxed houses washed it
31 N. Main St. Flu FR 1444 yrs. xprinc Fret ..nm..... RIDGWAY
Phone Fit MISS.
FRED B. ARNOLD
REALTOR BarkleyMOTORS
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS
Sun Want Ads CO.IMPERIAL.VALJAHT.CHRYSLER.PLYMOUTH.SIMU

IJlf W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-3522 Sun Want Ads .

j GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
and conventional loans. Low MOTOR CO.
Get Results rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221


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