Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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n r "t ta WASHINGTON TAP) The tack from the north. But there And although the only Peking William McMullan of Long Island

Vietnamese border crisis appeared were continuing reports of U.S. response to the U.S. air strike N.Y., A senior American
to ease today as another and Red Chinese buildups in the against North Vietnamese's PT adviser with the division.

a 1 night passed without a Red at- explosive Southeast Asia. boat fleet has been a torrent of Hanoi, North Viet Nam's capital

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to be
'"4' "very quiet.
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'f" "" >Ji'''' } officialdom had his fingers Nationalist Chinese military

: ;;7 ,....- -_ : ) crossed. sources in Taipei, Formosa,
'.""- ,). ;o[:., .- .. .t:./' rs Government forces and their said today that Red China sent
"" ..- ,- \ American advisers along South nearly 100 Soviet-built MIG

to: ;-- ,h, -:;;. f '41 Viet Nam's heavily reinforced fighters to Hanoi Thursday to
....-._ _,:';:::;;. r ff northern frontier
:-'- were reported reinforce North Viet Nam's air
in dispatches today to have been force.
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t A...,- fj ::;-' ( yA' r9.'M"'aF'v. anticipating a massive Red at- The sources said their infor-
d: :
-:: tack in reprisal. But U.S. opera- mation came from intelligence

) tions officers said only "routine" dispatches. American
-l;;;; I : %A.':a614N yrJr.,7tn fighting was reported intelligence sources in military Hong

..... Y' :.. ,'.,.,.,, J Jw'.k. South
,, throughout Nam.
-- - ,'V.. >- _- ; ( ., :, .:: : .,"' Kong said there was nothing to
--- The South Vietnamese forces substantiate the report.

.w.'I.. ff w R .? ? xa. w Ar JE remained on full alert near the From Honolulu came reports
Cresting CreekAndy frontier but American advisers that more than 100 U.S. jets
with the government's first divi- swept aloft from Hickam Air
sion at Gia Linh expressed Force base
Thursday, heading
Lewis was nearly becalmed on Tumblin Creek
doubt the North Vietnamese toward
undisclosed bases in
yesterday afternoon when the picture above was taken.
would launch an attack. Asia.
An hour later a downpour turned the creek under 13th
"If they had moved in anger, Thursday afternoon, Secre-
Street into a raging torrent, driving 7-year-old Andy':
they would have hit us one wayor tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-
ashore. More pictures on Page 5. (Sun photos by Tom- "
my Lewis) another by now, said Maj. (See VIET NAM on Page 2))


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Sun Staff Writer 9A AntiPovertyBill I

Torrential rain and lightningcame
to Gainesville yesterday Bill NATIONS, N.Y. Gulf of Tonkin and retaliatoryair
bringing floods, auto wrecks (AP-The) U.N. Security Coun- strikes by the United States.

and electrical failures. cil was called into session this Once the niceties of protocolare

The scattering of the down- a0 J aoo i House VoteWASHINGTON afternoon to approve an invita- agreed on, Nielsen plannedto
pour brought rain measure- tion to North and South Viet convene the 11-nation council,
ments which sounded decep- Nam to take part in debate on perhaps this afternoon, to give
tive. While motorists in some (AP) President the new crisis in Southeast Asia. the invitation a formal blessing.If .
sections of the city found water Johnson faces one of his the
over the axles of their autos, biggest legislative tests today as Word that the council was two Viet Namjs respond
an official at the Gainesville the House puts his $947.5-million summoned indicated that an argument promptly, the council could be-
Airport reported only .12 inches. antipoverty bill up for a vote. about wording of the in- gin early next week on
the events in Tonkin Gulf. Un-
A rain guage at the Utility Republicans, who have branded vitation to the rival regimeshad
less there is new fighting, it will
Operations Center measur- it an "election-year gim- been settled.Diploma1ic be a
ed only 1.51 inches. mick," are almost, ;,solidly post-mortem.
The times of the neaviest rain against it, leaving Southern sources said council U.S. sources said their gov-
could actually be measured by Democrats holding the key to President Sivert A. Nielsenof ernment did not have a full-
the auto wrecks reported by Vx .. Johnson's success. Norway proposed calling dress debate on Viet Nam in
them North Viet Nam and South
mind when it called for an argent -
Gainesville Police of 10 wrecks Several hours of debate were
reported in the city limits yes- aWw scheduled before the vote Viet Nam. council meeting Wednes-

terday, eight occurred between comes, probably late in the aft- The Soviet Union insisted that day. They said U.S. Chief Dele-
4:17 and 6:20: p.m.A ernoon. the Communist government be gate Adlai E. Stevenson asked
transformer supplying elec- House leaders predicted a addressed as it calls itself the for the session to comply with
tiricity to Wilson's DepartmentStore narrow victory. But one administration Democratic Republic of Viet the U.N. Charter provision

was struck by lightningat source said he was afraid Nam. The United States said in which says member states have
3:25 in the afternoon, and the bill would lose by 40 or that case the pro-Western south- the right to defend themselves
after an unsuccessful attemptto .. "' e more votes. against armed attack but must
state should] be
ern called the
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restore lighting, store office ..... :: ._.-- 2 The bill would commit the Republic of Viet Nam. inform the council when they
ials decided to close down for .:..-= -:- : federal government to the task do.
the day at 5:30 rather than the --A", <;".o.-: -;: --. :: -- | of trying to break the cycle of Preoccupation with such de- However, the U.S. informantssaid

usual 9 p.m. closing hour. ..:; "'S _.: :;:: ;Zt: '\.. ::..... I poverty that has kept some tails indicated tensions. were Stevenson anticipated the
Electricity was r e par ted had Medical Center about 5 families on the relief rolls for as easing in the crisis resulting Soviets might try to turn the
It looked like Lake Alice crept up on the UF p.m. yes
long three generations. from North Vietnamese torpedo council hearing into
as a prolonged
,(See RAINS on Page 2)) terday. "*
Republicans have praised the attacks on U.S. warships in the debate.NEARUNANIMOUS.

goal of the legislation, but say it
Cof Picks is poorly drawn and would fall
FBI Charges Four KlansmenIn for short of its sponsors' hopes. VOTE

The bill combines in one pack-

McGrif AsPl.esident age a number of programs designed -
Slaving of Negro Educator and financial resources of_ the
t"to b J
- - na coin at the
-.I o 0- United States." poverty la (AP) Con- outright dissent, but Rep. Adam

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Four The FBI identified the men as shotgun blasts were fired Into A major section authorizes gress voted overwhelming approval Clayton Powell, D-N.Y., voted"present"
Perry McGriff Sr. was elected today of the resolution when his
of the Gainesville white men were arrested by the Ku Klux Klansmen. They were his car. One blast struck him in $412.5 million for various youth name was
president backing President Johnson's actions called.
Chamber of Commerce this FBI Thursday night in connec- held in jail under bonds of $25- the left side of the neck and he programs.
in the Southeast Asian cri-
tion with the slaying of a Wash- 000))( each after arraignment be- died instantly. Another major provision authorizes Powell asked by newsmen to
morning. elected ington, D.C., Negro educator fore Hawkins on charges filed The FBI complaint said threeof $340 million for grantsto sis. explain his vote, said: "I have
Other officers were who killed under the Civil the and stimulate action First the House, on a 414-0 roll always been a pacifist. I have
Frank Watson vice president was by a shotgun new Rights Act. men, Lackey, Myers community
call and then the Senate been for
adopted 34 as a minister.But .
and Frank Bennett, treasurer. blast as he drove through a rural State authorities looked into Sims "did shoot and kill" Penn. projects designed to combat years
the resolution in a display to when my country is abso-
Georgia area. All four charged with con poverty.
of were
McGriff is county surveyor the possibility filing murder
the world of bipartisan unity lutely in danger as in time of
and owns the Perry McGriff Co. U.S. Commissioner Giriard charges against Lackey a gas spiring to "injure oppress, behind Johnson's firm military war, then I will support it."
Members of the board of di- 'Hawkins said one of the four station attendant; Herbert threaten and intimidate" Penn Work Starts
to attacks by Commu- The resolution had the
rectors for the next year who James S. Lackey, 28 admit- Guest, 37, a garage operator; and his companions, Charles E. nist response North Vietnamese on U.S. of Republican as well support

were elected earlier this week ted complicity in the death of Cecil William Myers, a yarn- Brown and John D. Howard, On 1-95 SpanTALLAHASSEE warships.The Democratic leaders. as

are Latham Davis, Marvin Gres- Lemuel Penn, an Army reserve picker and laborer and Joseph also reserve officers. Senate vote was 88 to 2. "This is one of those occa-
ham. L. P. Hart, Arthur lieutenant colonel slain July 11. Howard Sims 41, a machinist Hoover said Sims was arrested there
(AP) Work In the Senate, were pro- sions when all of us, whateverour
Holmes, John Kelly, Dr. S. P. Hawkins said Lackey implicated all of Athens.A at the Athens headquartersof was to start today on the fourthof tests against the resolution from political persuasion, unite

Martin, Watson and Bennett.MeGRIFF the others. deputy sheriff from Madi- the Clarke County Klavern, seven projects to construct 51 Sens. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., and behind our commander in

son County appeared at the No. 244, of the United Klans of miles of Interstate 95 in Bre- Ernest Gruening, D-Alaska. chief," said Rep. Frances P.

ra Jax Jail Gets Clarke County Jail here with America, Inc., Knights of the vard County, the road depart- Morse said it was giving John- Bolton, R-Ohio, ranking Repub-
murder warrants, but said no Ku Klux Klan. ment said. son "blanket authority to wage lican on the House Foreign Af
Its Green information on the warrants Hoover said Guest's garage The $3.1 million job extends war." Gruening argued, as did fairs Committee.

would be disclosed immediately.Both has been a frequent gathering from Lake Washington Road Morse, that "All Viet Nam is Senate action with over-
Thumb BackJACKSONVILLE Gov. Carl Sanders and place for members of the Klan. eastward 10 miles. Projects already not worth the life of a single whelming approval also certain
Solicitor General (prosecutor) He said Guest and two other underway total about 20 American boy."

(AP) Police Clete Johnson whose judicial (See SLAYING on Page 2)) miles. In the House, there was no (See PASSES on Page 2)

headquarters probably will circuit includes Madison County

look a little nicer pretty soon; where Penn was slain, promisedstate
r its green thumb is tack. court action if they deter-

sentenced Christopher yesterday C. Moody to 90 days was mined the men were responsi- Flight From Cuba on Inner Tube Raft I

r rte. for drunkenness the latest of ble."The state most certainly will

many similar convictions for prosecute the murder charge FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- tubes held together with rope said Padron. "The sharks must tez 29; Marcelino Gonzales, 20,
him. But it was his first city offense very vigorously if the evidenceis Five Cubans found straddling a and bamboo poles they said. have thought it was flesh. One and Reinaldo Cruz, 18, all of

in quite a while. there," said Johnson. He said pile of inner tubes say they Each man had a plank for sit- tried to grab my left foot, but I Havana.
Moody usually has the job of he first would have to determine paddled 300 miles to escape ting and sleeping. was faster. ." "My mother did not know I

gardener at police headquarterswhen what evidence the FBI has. communism and would do it Rough seas ripped the raft half- left," Lopez said, "But she'll be
he is a city prisoner andalwa's Lowry said they were
The federal charge againstthe again. apart piece by piece and by the free- happy when she finds out that
has the place dolled lying half-sitting across a
up carries maximum said it took them six time they reached the
with flowers. men a They Baha- floating mass of inner tubes the military conscription won't
of a $3,000 fine and 10 five without food. mas Thursday they were swim- Gonzales
The reason he hasn't been at penalty days, They when he picked them up. They get me. throwinghis
Bids on Center it recently is that he was a years imprisonment while a lost two compasses at sea and ming like bathers. It wasn't were treated for sunburn and arms in the air, said "My
county prisoner. He was arrest- first-degree murder charge filed ate only a raw seagull and a known how long they rode their exposure at a local hospital. turn (for the draft) was Sep
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ed outside the city limits last under state laws can carry the fish killed with a paddle. raft before it fell apart "We would do it again to get tember. Let them try to get me
State Council for the Blind will time. death penalty. "We slept only the first Yachtsman Ken Lowry of from communism" Pad- now."
take bids Aug. 28 on a $600,000 But after his release from FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover night," said Angel Padron, 34. Fort Lauderdale sighted them ron said. He said he left a wife The five were processed by
rehabilitation center at Daytona county jail, Moody met a friend announced the arrests in Wash- "Other nights there were heavyseas. 35 miles off West End, Baha- and two children behind. immigration authorities. Their
Beach. inside the city. They celebratedand inton climaxing an intensive Our raft disintegrated." mas, where "12 to 15 big sharks
The council hopes work will yesterday Moody was pick- three-week hunt for the slayers. When they started out their were circling." Padron's companions were Inner tubes were sunk by orderof

be started in September and ed up draped across the hood of Penn was killed when a vehicle raft was six automobile inner "I was wearing brown shoes," Nelson Lopez, 16; Mario Beni- the Coast Guard.

completed next summer. a police cruiser. pulled alongside and two

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Gainesville Sun Friday, August 7, 1964Stanleyville

F in Rebel Grip; Weather Roundup Heat Sets Record Wave Hunt Continues ,

Leopoldville Threatened 113 DegreesBy In Rights Slayings

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS''I PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) with them was presumably that

By J. ANTHONY LUKAS turn to work and remain calm golese soldiers remaining in the ZONES The south central states continued .- The FBI kept up relentless of James Chaney, 21, of Meridian .

under the protection of the pop- Stanleyville area to surrender.It s IturOy A Partly with Cloudy widely and Icat1ered warm through mostly to broil today in the pressure today in an effort to Miss., their companion when

3Jrm \Jnrk ithtttl1LEOPOLDVILLE ular army of liberation. warned whites and Congo- fllht 72 Ime thUndershowers. Low to- worst heat wave in 10 years. uncover the killers of three civil they were arrested.
to 71. HIgh Saturday II to '2. ,,.
The Congo Then a voice came on claim- lese not to hide armed soldiers. MOStly southeast and south winds 1 to .uaJm ,NaOs The only relief promised by rights workers.

--The rebels consolidated their ing to be Emile Soumialot, president Soumialot was last reportedto 16 B mIles, C,an D hour.- Partly cloudy the Weather Bureau was in the Agents were busy around the More AboutSlaying
be in Albertville capital of form of approaching widely b a c k-country
hold on Stanleyville Thursday of the "revolutionary government through Saturday with widely E .. swampdottedarea ;
and boasted that they would of the eastern Congo." North Katanga Province, which scattered t h dershowers.Low .m. scattered showers., southwest of here, where

soon be in Leopoldville. I The voice said: "I am the was seized by the rebels in May. tonight in u n the 70s. High Hardest hit by the: searing, they dug three bodies out of the

Fragmentary reports reach- new Lumumba. Lumumba said Observers here doubted that the lingering heat were Oklahoma, red clay of a nearby watersheddam
Saturday 88 to 94. Variable
Ing here indicated that the reb- :someone stronger than himself) rebel leader was in Stanleyville.They mostly east and southeast southern Kansas Arkansas, Tuesday. t\

el army was now in full controlof would come and complete his believed the message was winds 5 to 15 miles an hour.E Texas and Northwestern Louisiana. Residents in the dam area From Page 1

the city proper which lies work. I am that man. I have either recorded earlier or was F, H. I Partly cloudy Through were being questioned. Agents f
I will be read pretending to Saturday after A reading of 113 degrees also men were arrested June 21,
on the north bank of the Con- taken Stanleyville. soon by someone with widely scattered interrogated workers at the

go River. in Leopoldville." be Soumialot. tonight noon and in evening the 70s.thundershowers.High Saturday Low Thursday at Wichita Falls, Tex., truck company operated by '1964, in a shooting incident when

There were unconfirmed reports Patrice Lumumba, the Con Soumialot is one of the lead- winds,0 to 5 94.to Variable 12 miles mostly an t>our.southe a s t V" was the highest temperatureever Olen Burrage, who owns the gun shots were fired into a Ne-

: that some government go's first premier, was murdered ers of the national liberation G Mostly fair through Saturday. Sunset today ............ 717 p.m. recorded there. farm where the dam is located. gro residence in Athens.

troops were holding out in the in January, 1961. He remainsthe I committee, the group of left- 1 Low*. East tonight and In the southeast 70s. High winds Saturday 7 to Moonset Sunrise tomorrow tonight ....................... 7:36 5:53 a.m.p.m. Early morning readings today Sheriff Lawrence Rainey and Subsequently, Guest was

commune of Lubunga on the patron saint of the rebels wing exiles who have been supporting 15 J.miles K _an Mostly hour.sunny this afternoon. First QuarterPROMINENT ................ Aug. 14 ranged from the 40s in the Deputy Cecil Price, who have,found guilty of disorderly con

south bank.Meanwhile. now fighting the central govern and partly guiding the Parly cloudy tonight and Saturday with Vega, high overhead STAR ....... ':59 p.m. northern Appalachians to the had several sessions with FBI duct and sentenced to serve 100

Thursday morn- ment throughout most of the revolts throughout the Congo. some 75 to scattered 80. High showers.Saturday Low 88. Easterly tonight Saturn VISIBLE rises.PLANETS... ........... 8.34: p.m. 90s in northwestern Texas, Oklahoma interrogators, conferred with an days or pay $150 fine. He paid
Ing, the rebels broadcast an appeal -eastern Congo and in Kwilu It is doubted here that Sou- winds TEMPERATURES 8 to IS miles an ELSEWHERE hour. (Jupiter Is high ;in the southeast and and scattered areas of investigator for the State Sover- the fine.

on Radio Stanleyville for Province in the west. mialot has any direct control High Low Prtcp. Mars sunrise and) Venus are in the east at the Southwest. eignty Commission the Calvin Craig of Stone Moun-

the city's 300,000 citizens to "re- The voice also asked all Con- over the so called "popular Jacksonville Miami 90 85 78 74 MARINE FORECAST Philadelphia recorded 54, setting state's official segregation tain, Grand Dragon of the Geor-

army of liberation" which originated Tampa Atlanta 15"92 76 EAST GULF Mostly southeasterly a record low for the date. watchdog. gia KKK said he did not know

.MIG ForceIn More About in Maniema Province.The Boston New Orleans 74 92 55 75 .0) Widely winds 7 scattered to 15 knots showers.through Saturday. The previous mark of 55 was set/ Price was the last to see the if the men were KKK members.

"army" is headed by Nicolas New York 8< 61 CEDAR KEY TIDES in three civil rights workers before "Their names don't ring a bell,"

Olenga. i WashingtonChicago 84 84 62 67 SaturdayHigh at 2:34: a.M. and 1:30: 1957.iolent thunderstorm swept they fell into the hands of killers he said, but, "the Klan has so

HanoiIs Passes Officials here said there was I Kansas Denver City 96 90 76 54 .02.03 p.m.Sunday Low-at High 7:48 a.m.at 3:05: and a.m.8:47 and p.m.2:27: through the San Antonio Tex., last June 21. doggone many people nowa-

no indication that any whites Ft. Worth 104 78 p.m. Low at 8.29 a.m. and ':23 p.m. area Thursday night with winds He arrested them on speeding days, I just don't know."

Doubted I had been killed during the two up to 81 miles an hour. But, the charges as they were en routeto The FBI complaint said that

From 1 days of fighting in and around Five Day ForecastTemperatures heaviest rain fell in southeastern ; investigate a Negro church prior to the actual killing, "it

.. HONG KONG (AP) American Page the city. Colorado where Pueblo burning. He said they were held was the plan and purpose of

military intelligencesources However, United Nations will be near fln the 70s. Rain will average ecorded more than one-half I. six hours for investigation, then said conspiracy that the defendants

in Hong Kong said to- -was expected this afternoon.A sources here reported that many normal. Normal maximum is one to three inches during afternoon inch. I released on bond at about 11 would be threatening, in-

day they had sub long speech of opposition Congolese were wounded. 83 to 92, normal minimum showers. juring, oppressing, intimidatingand
nothing to ,
from Sen. Wayne Morse D-Ore. hwhpr".... a few.. thundershowers -p.m.The
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stantiate reports from Nationalist bodies of Michael I killing Negro citizens from
delayed action. I : fell along the Gulf
Chinese military sources that More AboutVietNam I Schwerner, 24, and Andrew I elsewhere than Athens, Ga.,
Coast, north into the central
Red China sent about 100 Soviet- House discussion of the reso- Goodman, 20, both white New they would prevent such citizens
Plains and the Western
built MIG fighters to Hanoi lution was brief with the ma-
Thursday to reinforce the North jority of the speakers, both Re- fied. cured to them by the aforemen-

Vietnamese air force. publicans and Democrats, expressing The body of a Negro found, tioned act."

The Hong Kong sources also firm support for it. I From Page 1 HEISHMAN day after an extended illness.He He Has Debts
said there appeared to be no :
was born in
foundation, on the basis of There were exceptions.Rep. Namara called a news confer-i Word has been received hereof Tenn., and moved to High, Of $12 Million Johnson Thant
Available U.S. intelligence re- the death July 29 of Mrs.
Ed Foreman, R Tex., ence at the Pentagon and said I Springs five years ago. ,
ports, to Taipei reports of "fe- drew boos and groans of disap- that while he assumes Peking I Ethel Heishman, of Woodstock, Survivors include his wid- NORFOLK, Va. (AP-Robert) .
4-erish air redeployment" in the Va., following an extended ill- '
Emil formerly of Bra-
from send in some combat air
proval the Democratic may
Mrs. Ada Collins Hill three
I ; ow, ;
southwest China bordering
on North Viet provinces Nam. I side when he said: "We've craft to help North Viet Nam nesi.Survivors include: her husband daughters, Mrs. Lois J. Miller, denton, Fla.bankruptcy, filed a petition in U.S.of Talk Over CrisisWASHINGTON --
heard an awful lot in the last there have been no indication of Mrs. Thelma
Earlier U.S. intelligence Oliver Heishman, a Newberry; Boyn- District Court here Thursday.
I I substantial Chinese I
few weeks about military
trigger-happy any ton Marietta Ga. and Mrs.
daughter, Mrs. Ludwig ;
in had described ;
sources Hong Kong Floyd Luedke listed debts of $12-
irresponsibility. I say 'What is movements in the last few days.What's Garland Heishman all Elizabeth Hoffman, Wichita (APU.S.. of state, were designed to stress
as "highly inflated" Chi- a son, 885,539.24. This is believed to be
this?' more, McNamara said officials agreed today with Sec I U.S. for the United Na-
: support
nese Nationalist reports that of Woodstock, Va.; and Mrs. ; a son, High one of the highest individual
there is evidence the Chinese I
no retary-General U Thant's view tions.
Chinese Communist Martin Beach of Gainesville. Springs; filedin
army Foreman referred to bankruptcy petitions ever '
a news
helped the North Vietnamese in that the U.N. Security Council is' On the business side U.S.
Two brothers Leslie Las ;
units had been shifted from central report that President Johnson Vegas this court. He now lives in
the attacks on the destroyers ALTON D. HILL not the unit to bring about said the talks
and Leroy Hudson, Mich. a sources on a var
China to the southern bor- had announced the air strike in ; ; Virginia Beach Va.
Maddox and Turner Joy. sister Mrs. Flossie Hinton .Southeast Asian settlement now. iety of U.N. problems] generally
der provinces. HIGH SPRINGS Servicesfor a ,
North Viet Nam nationwide Luedke said he his
on Still a regiment of North VietMam's acquired Thant voiced this opinion, and i went well and on most items the
Detroit four and
"There has been some activity television an hour and a half Alton D. Hill, 70, High ; grandchildren I debts while working in the
I faced tossed in other ideas about U.S.
infantrymen Saigon's some i government position'wa-s in
in the border but before Springs cabinet maker will be one great-grandchild. and real
provinces the raid actually oc building, mortgage estate -
I reinforced 1st Division at the Viet Nam crisis, in a day of stride with Thant's.Thant .
nothing resembling mass movement curred. Monday at 11 a.m. at the For- Williams Thomas Funeral business in Florida. He said
the Ben Hai River border talks with President
Thursday I
of troops," one source est Grove Baptist Church.He Home is in charge of arrange- :his Florida operations were told newsmen that "for
Thursday night. And if China Johnson, Secretary of State the moment, as I see it, the Security
"What kind of responsibility is died at his home ThursDesegregated- ments. statewide.the .
said.The sends combat aircraft to North Dean Rusk and other high offi- Council cannot be usefully
Nationalist sources said this?" Foreman shouted. "The Viet Nam, they will be the first cials. involved in a settlement" of

their information came from in-, parents and wives of the boys such planes for the small Red Johnson climaxed Thant's the Southeast Asia difficulty.This .

telligence reported that dispatches the Communist which also who were killed in those strikesare nation which has been pressinga Housing Vote one-day visit with a gala White was so, he said, becausethe

Chinese had reinforced some of going to be asking." guerrilla war on U.S.supported House banquet. The special entertainment council has limited authority

South Viet Nam. and honors, nor- under the U.N. charter, because
their own air units in Kwangsiand
The Pentagon has denied that China took an ominous stancein mally accorded only to a chief of the "peculiar" problems in
Yunnan provinces, just
over the border from North Viet the North Vietnamese made any the wake of the American I Raisins California Roofs the Southeast Asian picture and

Nam, and on Hainan Island, on preparation for air raids on strike. It declared "U.S. imperi- Four Groups because "one of the parties

the eastern side of the Gulf of their torpedo-boat installations. alism" had gone over the brinkof North Viet Nam) is not a memo
Tonkin. war and pledged "the Chi- SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP- emotional dispute is the so-call Nov. 3 ballot. To Study ber" of the United Nations.

Military sources said there I' Foreman, a supporter of Republican nese people will absolutely] not Mention Proposition 14 in Cali-. ed Rumford Housing Act passed The key, specific language of U.S. officials said today that

also was a sudden increase in I presidential nominee I sit idly by" while North Viet fornia in the next three months literally in the dying minutes of the initiative, which would be Fla. Gambling the United States asked for U.N.

air traffic between Yunnan and I Barry Goldwater, was speaking Nam was being "subjected to and it's likely the ensuing debate the 1963 legislature to the tears put into the state constitutionas Security Council considerationof
Hanoi indicating will outdo even a Goldwater DEFUNIAK SPRINGS AP- the North Viet Nam PT boat
material in the context of contentions aggression. and joyful singing of civil rights a new section, is: U.N.
was being rushed to North vs. Johnson argument.For Four groups have been appointed action because ofthe_
I from some critics that Goldwa- Thursday, Peking was silent, in advocates who staged a 24-day "Neither the state nor any calls for when
Viet Nam from the Chinese although two of its satellites on Nov. 3, voters the to study Florida's racing industry -, .charter a report
province. ten has a tendency to act in nation's most populous state will sit-in under the Capitol rotunda. subdivision or agency thereof and legalized gambling a member acts' selCdefense.
took to the air -North Viet
"trigger happy" or "impulsive" vote on Proposition 14 which, depending The measure outlaws discrim- shall deny, limit or abridge, directly operations.Sen. The United States says Ijts. counterattack -
Nam claim
to its batteries had
More About fashion.In shot down eight American on your viewpoint, will: ination because of race, color or indirectly the right of Clyde Galloway, chair- against the-North VietNam

in -Lock segregation by housinginto religion, national origin or an- .any person, who is willing or man of the Legislative Council's boats and bases was in

Rains reply to Foreman, Rep. planes Wednesday's assault I the state constitution, or cestry in about 70 per cent of I desires to sell, lease or rent any General Legislation Committee self defense.
and North Korea
to full
Samuel S. Stratton, D-N.Y., promise -Restore to property owners California housing. part of all of his real property, said the sub-committees would I The U.S. call for the council
to North Viet Nam
said, "Our planes took the Viet- support U.S. the right to absolute freedom in Violators who reject private to decline to sell, lease or rent hold public hearings to dig up session amounts to reporting be-

From Page 1 against "provocative deciding to whom they rent or state conciliatory efforts either :such property to such person or information.The fore the Security Council, not
namese by surprise, any armed aggression.
o sell housing. must accept the tenant or pur- persons as he, in his absolute 1963 Legislature. ordered asking it to take any action now,

knocked out in various sectionsof suggestion to the contrary is a In a separate broadcast, Ha- Opposing sides are marshalingtheir chaser, give him housing similarto discretion, chooses. the study. the; U.S. officials said. .

the city. disservice to our Navy and our noi Radio said the American pilot forces, one group led by that refused, or pay up to The effect would be to nullifythe Members of the four subcom- Thus Thant'a niiil ff, they

The forecast for today? country." captured by one of its an- Democratic Gov. Edmund G. $500 in damages. I Rumford Act, parts of oth- mittees include Rep. WilliamVNeill stated, is in accord wu.. '.Wash-

More of the same: scatteredto tiaircraft units has been Identified Brown, the other by the California After an earlier attempt to I er existing equal rights statutes Jr. of Ocala, Grant Dor- ington's view on the.Security

numerous thundershowers in The Senate operated under an as Lt. J.G. Everett AlvarezJr. Real Estate Association. postpone implementation of the'whether state or local and pro- land of Ocala, L. D. Lewis of Council's immediate role. U.N.

this area between noon and six agreement to vote after three ., 26, who flew his sortie from Early polls indicate the Brown law failed, the California Real :hibit the legislature or local Panama City and James A. reports indicated both North

p.m.What hours of debate.Of the carrier Constellation. led Anti-Proposition 14 camp is Estate Association led a success- i governments from enacting future Smith of Panama City. and South Viet Nam countries
McNamara has said two U.S. invited to be on handin
Those the total, two hours was an underdog. ful drive for the required 468,259 legislation barring housing MOTHERSGET would be
planes were shot down and Council considera-
a Focal of the Security
point bitterly I to an initiative discrimination.
signatures put on I
granted to Morse for his major third damaged. He said efforts .
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tary will be Yugoslavia Welcomes Sun
convoys rolling Citrus BidTALLAHASSEE the Navy along] with Lt. J.G. LONDON (AP) A surgeon I
northward through Florida to- For Former
Richard C. Sather, also 26. Alvarez said today that the maximumage I Published evenings except
day and Saturday but the State
Adjutant General has cautionedthe (AP) Minute is from San Jose, Calif.,i Mentally 111 Jackie Aboard Cruiser at which women can become '' Saturday ings by ,the end GaineivM Sunday.morn Publishing --
and Sather from Pomona, Calif. mothers has
public not to get the wrong Maid was low bidder at steadily increased Company ot101 SE

I Earlier Thursday, the Penta- The Alachua County Mental ZADAR, Yugoslavia (AP) and the sea was calm but there in recent years.A 2nd Place, GojieiviIlMoridc\ ,
idea.The $12.40 per case to supply orange boss went to Hill entered m second class
gon Capitol careful study of hospital end
Health is records -
asking em- breeze.
will be light
convoys taking juice for free distribution to and outlined for congressional Representatives of the Yugoslav was a matter at the P2s! 5ffjc? at
6,000 Florida National Guards- ployers to hire persons who have The Radiant was escorted in Dr. Frommer Gainesville Florida .
men to Ft. Stewart, Ga., for tourists at the state welcome committees steps taken to be had mental illness, but who; Foreign Ministry welcomedMrs. and out of the harbor by a Yugoslav wrote in the British Medical ; RATES BY

their two week summer en- centers, the Florida Develop- ready to counter any sudden have recovered."It John F. Kennedy to Yugoslavia navy patrol boat. The Journal, reveals that mothersare I CIRCULATION CARRIER OR MAJL

campment. ment Commission said today. blows in Southeast Asia. He said is a big problem here in today but the former yacht's next destination was not often past 50 before they I 1 Week.45-

the reinforcements of U.S. Alachua County," said Sidney first lady did not come ashore. disclosed, but it was thought it cease to be fertile. The averages : 3 Mos. $ 'L

State of ships, planes and men in the Martin, president. The yacht Radiant, on which might cruise through the Kor- four years later than in: their Ail mail sub&CMpiiOcu; must

Emergency area "will stay"in position as I Martin asked employers with Mrs. Kennedy is cruising the nati Archipelago of several hun- grandmother's day he said. be paid tn advance1. -

I long as required. ,openings to contact Harry Ed- Adriatic with a party of friends, dred small islands off Zadar. Dr. Frommer, a surgeon in Member of Audit_!. urf:au of
Set The committees voted quick wards, Edwards Building Supply said when Hertfordshire said the reason is'' Circulation.! --
Up in S. Viet Nam of anchored an hour and a half in Informed sources ,
approval a joint resolution ; Lawrence B r asington, known. Aft material tontaln** torcln It
authorizing the President to I the harbor. the visit to Yugoslavia was arranged the property of ttI9- $
B J & G Motors, or Mrs. Esther Publishing Compln.t& 1944.
declinedto He suggested it might be the
SAIGON, South'iet Nam "We said at the beginning of take; whatever measures are I Lane at the Mental Health As- While several hundred Yugoslavs Mrs. Kennedy Reproduction In wMT'e.tn partIs
result of better diet and torblddCftWThOtJt ttlt
(AP and tourists visit President Tito becauseshe living strictly
) foreign gath-
Nguyen Khanh this that this would bedecisive necessary to stem Com- ociation. written perrn'Mlon! prirbIIsh.r.:
year standards.
declared ered the shore Ministry still is in mourning for her
on Foreign -
a state of national munist aggression in the area. I Martin said the associationwill
in our struggle with the went to the husband and did not want to
emergency in South Viet Nam Although there have been recommend for employment representatives

today, suspended normal laws, Communists," Khanh said. murmurs of disapproval notably only persons whose doctors yacht to extend the official wel give her visit any official char-

and ordered general mobiliza- "Now we can say the coming from Sen. Wayne Morse, feel are ready to go backto come. acter. However, Tito sent his

tion of manpower and re weeks will be decisive. D-Ore. there never has been work. Mrs. Kennedy told them the chief of protocol, Dr. Sloven 'iii

sources. Khanh was known to be planning any doubt that Congress will approve cruise from Venice had been Smodlaka, to Zadar to welcome

"We are ready to extend as. a field trip Saturday to the the President's request. very pleasant and that she felt Mrs. Kennedy if she came

sistance to the people of North northern provinces of South Viet Both the Senate and House are Pushes Vote ---1 1I very well. The weather was hot ashore.

Viet Nam to overthrow their Nam. expected to do so today. _

Communist masters," Khanh Censorship provisions were Even though a lull has set in. I LOUISVILLE, Ky. The National We Can Be Your Santa Claus I, C 6 _
Urban ended its
told usually sensitive Wall Street I League I
a news conference."I I not spelled out in the decree,
am going now to be with but it said that all press radio, was jittery enough Thursday to !54th annual conference Thursday I ;:>l WHEN YOU NEED ,
send the stock market to its and announced that it would : ; .1
my troops he added and refused -movies, theater and publica- I i
sharpest decline since the as- devote its major energies during -
to say more as he steppedinto tions would be censored. MONEYi
sassination last November of :I the next 90 days to a voter ___ _
a limousine and drove Khanh told the newsmen that :
President John : registration drive.
away. Khanh is a major generalin "internally we face a Commu- F. Kennedy. c :
Before the current crisis developed As a non partisan tax-free
the South Vietnamese nist in our territory of
army. army U.N. SecretaryGeneral -organization, the league felt it I LOANS FROM i
The premier appeared to be 150,000 men, 34,000 of whom are
U Thant made a date to visit could not openly declare its opposition .1 tti-i
bracing the South Vietnamese regular Communist "
troops. _
Washington. He kept it Thurs- to Sen. Barry Goldwa-
people for a full-scale war In addition, he said, there are
ter's but in its !
and while
day talking to Presi- candidacy reso-
against the Communists.The new threats from Communist dent Johnson suggested a new lution it said: jV$251o6OOAND The Furniture Manufacturers
state of national emer- North Viet Nam, Cambodia and !
peace-keeping formula for :, "We endorse the action of civ-
gency bans strikes and demonstrations the Chinese Communists, who Southeast Asia. J jil i rights leadership and share IT'S CONFIDENTIAL ,

institutes press cen- he claimed had begun to station Thant declined to make the I:their recommendation that the

iorshio, controls food distribution troons in North Viet Nam. details public telling newsmen: I energies and rescurces required t Marion Finance Co. :
and travel and imposes "For these he said
reasons, "I've discussed this on a confidential for mass demonstrations be

curfews in some areas. "we see clearly that we. may be basis with the Presi- 'redirected for the immediate future -:.

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The Ritual and Structure of Greek Orthodoxy.I I

This concludes a two-part How does Orthodox confession t;he following reasons: adultery, church, after he or she has been sional paintings) are placed, of-I') ere already distinguished for I

article on "What is a Greek differ from Roman Catholic I fornication or immoral acts; I accepted as such by the people.It ten with metal adornments, of heir concern for unity and I

Orthodox," in the Sun's ? I treacherous actions and threats is the Orthodox; faithful who, Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary,It t heir missionary zeal. In spitef
WHAT OURRELIGIONS .against life by either of t h espouses in fact, make the saints of :
series on major faiths of the The practice of confession in ; abortion without the I their churches; the ruling ecclesiastical 1 Saint John the Baptist, and oth- () the excommunication of the

nation, "What Our ReligionsAre. Orthodoxy is more personal. e I consent of the husband; impotence bodies later verify the I er saints and martyrs.The I Patriarch by the Pope in 1054,

." The communicant is encouraged II I existing prior to marriage sainthood by official decree. sanctuary is reached by ind of the terrible injuries caused -

DOUROPULOS to choose a confessor- ] and continuing for two three entrances, the central one 4 to the relations between Eastern -

By ARTHUR* priest who knows him person- years; abandonment of a wifeor Why do Eastern Orthodox of which is known as the royalor 4 Orthodox and Western
ally, even intimately, and whois i1 ARE ; husband for more than two Churches celebrate Christmas
Is there more than one and the holy gate (when the eucharist ,!I Christians by the sack of Con
acquainted with, and sym- years; apostasy falling I and Saints' Days on dates different !'
Orthodox Divine Liturgy? pathetic to, his problems. The nto heresy:. or incurable insan- from those in the west? is celebrated, the holy' .stantinople by the Crusaders in

There are five Orthodox litur- confessional is held in the ity, lasting four years after Because they retain the Julian gifts are brought forth through ,j 1204, the Ecumerical Patriarchs

gies: the one named after open, not in a confessionalbooth marriage. I calendar, instead of the newer it). I J made many friendly contacts I

Saint James of Jerusalem, per- usually facing the altar Are there monks and nuns .Orthodox priests and bishops Remarriage of the innocent 1 I Gregorian calendar used by Though unordained men may with Western Christians, espe-
.of the church. If the communicant in the Eastern Church? I wear multi colored vestments, is permitted, though not i
October 23 the one party the Western churches. (The "
formed on ; .embroidered in gold and silver. go into the sanctuary, they are 'cially after the Reformation. I
wishes more privacy for Yes. Monasteries and con- more than three marriages are Gregorian calendar has been
of Saint Mark, celebrated on I hundred
During the last
enter it
his confession, he may ask the widespread within allowed. In addition to the civil adopted by some of the Eastern not permitted
vents are
April 25, In Alexandria; SaintBasil's to receive him in Are all Orthodox priests land church the No women years these contacts became
priest the old Eastern Churches, but I bearded? divorce of the a churches.) The holidays of through holy gate. .
used frequent.In
which is on private. and separation, granted by an ecclesiastical the Julian calendar occur 13 except girls less than 6'
Christmas and Epiphany eves, are few in ( Until very modern times, all court of an archdiocese days later than those of of are permitted to 1920, the church of the Pa-

on the first five Sundays of How do the Orthodox regard wherever Orthodoxy has Orthodox priests wore beards, is required. I the Gregorian calendar: thus, years age triarchate of Constantinople issued
Easter Lent, on Holy Thurs- the Virgin Mary? spread in modern times) mainly to emulate Christ and the fathers ,I Christmas is celebrated on January enter the altar, which closes by a call "to the churches of

Saturday and Jan- Orthodox honor her mostof because priests are urgently,I of the two wooden leaves or panels, 1 Christ to createa
day, Holy The church. This tradition What is the view of Orthodoxyon 7, and New Year on everywhere"
uary 1; the fourth, and most all the saints, but do not consider 1 needed for the active ministry.'I still persists in old Ortho- birth control? I.January 14. representing the entrance into I I, union of the different denom-
widely used, is that of Saint her a deity. They vener- Orthodox monasticism dox centers. But in America, birth control is not, heaven. These are closed off, inations. The detailed proposals I

Chrysostom, traditionally cele- ate her especially for her supreme three main divisions: ((1)) the most priests are cleanshaven. Though Is that why Orthodox.. Easteris at solemn moments during the I,correspond closely to the World I
mentioned in the binding seven
brated every Sunday and onsaints' grace and the call she robe wearers (rasofori), who However, hierarchs of the celebrated on a different date Divine Liturgy, by a curtain of Council of Churches, established i
councils it has
at ecumenical I
days; the fifth is the lit- received from God. Though not are on trial, can leave any church, as well as monastics, of from the western Easter? silken material. in 1948, which includes Eastern -
urgy of the presanctified gifts, exempt from original sin, from time, and can even marry, if remain bearded. been repeatedly disapproved The openings to the left and Orthodox churches. The present

the oldest and most mystical, which she was cleased at the they are not already ordained; by Orthodox syndical and patri- Differences concerning the right of the congregation are Ecumenical Patriarch, a

which is celebrated every Wed- time of the Annunciation, it is ((2) the small gowned (mik- Are Orthodox priests allow- archal pronouncements and en date of Easter arose betweenthe called the northern door and great champion of the unity of
and Friday of Easter the Grace of roschema), who are ordained; cyclicals. East and the West as ear-
nesday believed that by ed to marry? the southern door. On these the Christian Churches, has a
Monday, actual and ((3)) the large gowned. ly as the second century The
Lent Holy
on God she committed no An Orthodox is doors are painted the archangels representative at the
clergyman permanent
Tuesday and Wednesday of sin. (megaloschema), who can en- May Orthodox priests participate date of the Orthodox Easterwas Michael and Gabriel, the
permitted to before Geneva headquarters of tha
of monkhood marry or- in interreligious
Easter Week. s ter the final step finally fixed by the Coun- I.
:. ____ guardians of paradise.
... hU. dination into priesthood. Married World Council of Churches.
r au of ices? cil
the Orthodox venerate 1 only after years pious of Nicaea in 325 A. D.,
Do is
clergymen not be-, Over the holy gate placeda *
When should the Orthodox service. may Orthodox priests cannot take j which decreed that Easter
icons and of the Last Supper,
painting Greek and Eastern
come bishops. Unmarried I How
receive Holy Communion? Yes. Veneration of sacred Orthodox nuns are also dividd part in interreligious services{should be celebrated on the I the of many
priests attain the rank of to symbolize preparation Orthodox churches are
and may
ordained lay church doc-
Each communicant decide and relics is a part of the 4 into violating Sunday immediately followingthe
may icons the Holy Eucharist on the holy
active in a high orderof there in America?
for himself when he is Orthodox tradition. But in accordance I groups, the latter trine. first full moon after the ver- table is
table. The holy cover-
priesthood which observeslifelong Over 20 Orthodox are
and charitable groups
worthy. Communion may be re- with the decree of the I philanthropy celibacy. Bishops are nal equinox (the first day of ed, first, with a cloth of fine represented in America. Mos
ceived and on Seventh Ecumenical Council of I Ii deeds. Does the Orthodox.. Church spring), but always after the
chosen archi- linen, symbolizing swaddling
usually from the of them are under oldcountry
every day that the liturgy is i Nicaea, in 787 A. D., this ven- vestments do Ortho- mandrites. have missionary activities? Hebrew Passover. clothes that wrapped Jesus aft- ecclesiastical jurisdictions, although
celebrated. eration is directed not to the What Eastern Orthodoxy was, from
This maintains consisten c y er His birth, and the winding
? : some are now independent -
Custom holds that every images, as such, but to the dox priests wear its beginnings, a mission a r y with the Biblical of
In the old countries, Ortho- Do the Orthodox Churches allow sequence sheet that enveloped the of foreign ties. Their communicants -
member of the church should holy persons whom they repre- dox wear a full- mixed marriages? church. Its highest level of mis- events. The Easter of the West- body of Jesus in the tomb. Over total about 4,000,000.The .
have communion at least four sent. sionary activity was reached in ern churches is not necessarily rich material is
] cassock like robe, Marriages within the faith this cloth, a Greek Orthodox Church in
times year, after proper fast- The Orthodox, therefore dimensional, ven- !black length,or deep blue in color, are preferred and encouraged, the ninth century, when the preceded by the Hebrew Pass- spread, to reflect the glory of North and South America, the I
ing and adequate spiritual prep- erate flat, two Christian faith was brought to
'rasso. but mixed marriages are over. the king of heavens. bodies -
to 'which is known as trte per- largest of the American
Easter do not
aration: on Christmas, icons; they pray In the United States and in mitted-if the non-Orthodox has 'the Slavic and other ethnic Once every few years, East Under and in the holy table, has almost 1,500,000 mem
the Commemoration of the three dimensional statues, as
cities priests often been baptized in the name of groups in Central and Northern ern and Western Easters coincide relics of saints are placed to
be- modern bers.
Apostles on June 30, and the do other religious groups, I
clerical the in Europe. though not in a fixed pat- honor the fathers and mar
Assumption of the Virgin Maryon cause these representationsmay adopt the usual garb Holy Trinity (even an- holy There are three leading Russian
August 15. be too realistic and may and collar for street wear. Met- other Christian denominat f ion), When Constantinople came un- tern. When they do not fall on tyrs. A light signifying the branches, totaling over 800.-

become in themselves idols of ropolitans, archbishops and pa- and if he or she agrees to baptize -der Ottoman rule in 1453, Greek the same date, the Eastern always eternity of the faith, always 000. (By far the largest: of

Does confession precede veneration. triarchs never use modern the children of the marriage -Orthodoxy was faced with the follows the Western. burns above the holy table. these is the Russian Orthodox
question of survival. It couldno *
Orthodox church.
in the
Communion in the Orthodox dress. Greek Catholic Church of America
of The traditional headgear of I An Orthodox who marries longer send out missions. Is there a distinctive archi- Does! the Orthodox Church
Church? What are the orders service which was independently established -
Strictly speaking, yes. Con- in the Eastern Orthodox the Orthodox clergy is the "ka- outside the church is denied par- The Russian Church, however, tectural form for an Orthodox participate in the ecumen i c a I here after the The

limafki cylindrical like ticipation in the sacraments, and continued missionary activitiesin Church? movement?
fession (together with repentance Church? Russian Revolution, with about
6-inches witha allowed be Japan, Korea and the Far Yes. Orthodox churches follow "Ecumenical," from the
) is a sacrament, through There are three orders of hat, about high is not to a sponsorat 750.000 worshioers.)
which the sinful man is cleansed service: deacon, priest and protruding flat top. Over an Orthodox wedding or bap- East. Recently, the Greek Orthodox the form of the cross, witha Greek word oikoumene, means Other Orthodox bodies include

and by .which the regenera- bishop. Those holding the higher this those of episcopal rank, tism. Church has initiated mis- dome over the center. The "for all the world." In this i thp Serbian foonoO( ), Ukrairran

tion of the human soul is ranks metropolitans, as well as celibate archimanrite aDo sionary activities in Africa and interior of an Orthodox church I movement, a hope and plan for (130.000), Carpatho Russian

achieved. archbishops and patriarchs priests, wear a black veil, the Orthodox Churches Asia. is divided into three main parts: I the eventual union for all Chris (100,000), Syrian (80,000,

Most Orthodox priests, how- are, in effect, bishops.A attached to the "kalimafki," permit divorce? Orthodoxy does not approveof the sanctuary, or altar; the tian Churches, Orthodoxy has Rumanian (50.000), and smaller -
head of which falls backward over the Orthodox churches the practice of proselytizingother main church and the narthex Dr.
ever, will not refuse commun- metropolitan is the 1 Though I ; long played a leading part. branches of national extractions -
ion to those who have not con- an ecclesiastical district; an shoulders. believe in the essential indis- Christian denominations.But or entrance. Francis House Associate Sec- including the Bulgarian

fessed if the communicant archbishop is the head of a When officiating at liturgical solubility of marriage, divorceis genuine converts are accepted The sanctuary should be at retary of the World Council of Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian -

himself feels that his consci- church; a patriarch is the headof services, hierarchs wear a golden permitted as a last resort, in and welcomed. the eastern end of the c h u r c h Churches, has written as follows and others.

ence allows him to be worthy a see, which may also be a miter, often glittering with certain cases, and after all at- building. The altar, "the holyof :

of the Holy Eucharist. But con- separate church. Metropolitans jewels. They also wear the "en- tempts for reconciliation by the, How are the Orthodox saints holies," is divided from the "The Ecumenical Patriarchateof NEXTWho Are Jehovah's

fession at least once a year is archbishops and patriarchs golpion," a relicarium with rep- clergy have failed. canonized? main church, which is occupied Constantinople has behind it Witnesses?

considered a prerequisite to' are elected by a holy resentations of the saints, sus- Typical are the canons of the An Orthodox saint is canonized by the congregation, by a many centuries of concern. .for

communion in most Orthodox(synod of a church and assume pended from a gold chain. In Patriarchate of Constantinople, by the holy synod of a patri-. screen, called the "iconostasion unity among Christians. A thou- (C. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines -

churches. (office( by enthronement. the celebration of the liturgy, which allows divorce only for archate, or an autonomous ," where icons (two dimen- sand years ago the patriarchs and Broadcasting, Inc.)
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JOHN FuMiilMO K. PAT HARRISON COWLES, Vici r>rni. Chief, Cowles Washington when FBI Chief J. Edgar ed. President Eisenhower it opposition as final ''proofTiKal.: _

Florida's Beautiful Clint Ed JOHNSON Vie President Bureau Hoover Intervened with ad- is reported, accidently found the Department-is;: poputated
and Executive Editw W. C. (till) WASHINGTON It is a vice to'the contrary. There- out at a White House social by soft heads who, ."jfr '-*-

University City' EBERSOLE Vice President and Ad- RALPH McGILL I. strange world, this world of upon Wieland was given a job event that there was some dupes and' patsiesTfor'>t h.--
BOB TARTAGLIONE Prtae Winning PvbUiherOf
vertUinj Vice President Dirtctor and Circulation Man.,,,. tile Atlanta (Ga.) C.o.tltui.e internal security, and nowhere shuffling papers in Washington. doubt about Castro as a liberal kind of pseudo. liberalism.

stranger than in the people's leader and his somekind of fraught liberal: t:_.
THE SUN'S POLICY Department of State.A inqui/es on this point disclosed ism sometimes affected by--

Red China suspended security offi- THE COMPLAINT against that FBI director Hoover's incipient or real Communists.So .
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns.
cer, Otto Otepka, has just Wieland was that although vo- reports hadn't gotten throughto
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorials. it is a hard decision'fraught
been ordered not to testify administrative sins which con- the highest levels, which is
3. Publish all tides of important controversial itsues. with political dangers
before Congress on anything sist largely in supplying the not without precedent.Last for Secretary Rusk in a

The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 And concerning Secretary of StateRusk's Senate committee with three March other security idential campaign wherein pres-a-
Want Ads-376-4672 dogged determinationto documents to prove that he
officials-not Otepka, this leading issue is coexistencewith
fire him. Other prospective was telling the truth and one time, for he had been shelvedfor the Communist world or

witnesses from the State Department of his superiors lied. six months-took up the getting tougher and harderto

A Part of Free rheBomh were summoned to SECRETARY Rusk Wieland case again. They push around.
SpeechBy its legal division and instructed BUT claimed Wieland hadn't told But. however he decidesthe
on pain of losing their feels that he can't maintain
the full story on his contacts Otepka and Wieland issues -
jobs to give no in much order around the State
the overwhelming vote of 325- mail, and the government is obligated Washington Notebook Red Congress on the Otepka testimony Department if subordinate officials with Castro and therefore the cold war as foughtout :
should In Bottom is like
China be dropped for lack of Foggy
19, the House approved a bill that to go along. The Justice Department nuclear is expected device by to explodea autumnor Otepka is persona non gra are to run up to Cap! frankness. Two of the men the cold war everywhere. It

could put the government in the pointed out that the bill's pro. early 1965. They are a year ta in the Department he has tol Hill freely with classified who made these new recom- is unpleasant, and the good

business of enforcing wholesale pre- cedures "could be set in motion by behind their announced sched- served for many years for documents and blab all they mendations were promptly guys play dirty just like the

censorship of mail. Although the an addressee's objection to a solicita- ule. Departure of the Russiansand telling the truth to the Inter- know. The Internal much Security In- transferred out of the State bad guys. Otepka has had
nal Committee isn't as
Security Subcommittee of
Justice Department declared the tion for contributions to a cause with a cutoff of supplies from the Senate on laxness in State terested in the niceties of administrative Department Security Division. his share for cooperating with
the Soviet Union brought the A special three man panelof the Senate committee tapped -
which the addressee out of in
bill "raises constitutional was as
grave sym- Department security procedure
proce- outside ostracism the
Chinese nuclear project to a persons the Depart telephone, ,
the consid- pathy to religious tract circular dures. Some kind of a hear showing that, under Rusk, security
questions, measure was a halt, but it now has been re ment was named to consider new gag rule.
ered and adopted under a rule that or to political literature, including sumed. China has enough ing procedure is under way in control practices have the Wieland case. Their It is the old story. If you

allowed each side only 20 minutes for reprints or speeches in the American and European train- "dictatoriaL"Along the Department on Otepka's become indefensibly the McCart soft in h a findings have not gone to are a government employe

debate and permitted no amend- Congressional Record." The mea- ed scientists to do all neces- reaction from y Rusk and it is entirely up to and see things going wrong
with carried too
the that has been
sary work. Otepka gag, era him to reinstate Wieland tofu forget it and always always_
ment. sure also could put the governmentin it also
develops the one Wil-
far.Rusk's standing as a Foreign service go by the book. We can -
the ludicrous position of enforcinga China's entry into the "Nu- liam Wieland, former Latin- own reaction to this officer, or fire him. little of this wTiereJpTam: =

Existing law permits the Post Office father's demand that his daughter clear Club" will, of course, American expert whose reports criticism has been rather unlike old-fashioned venality"3OEI
produce many shock waves. on Fidel Castro were him. His actions in the LN ALL this wheels- volved. But we Ii'
Department to bar mail that stop receiving mail from her boy NOW, rarrtjstancr
East Asia will be most affected. deemed by Otepka to be misleading Otepka case particularly the within-wheels business thereis very much when-the issue-ia-
meets court definitions of obscenity. friend. It is possible that more may be cleared of recent gag, have been label- fine material for the pres- the judgmentfraKEnest- ..n.r-

The House-passed bill is aimed at Communist-oriented countrieswill any onus for these reports.As ed by indignant Republican idential campaign. For. if reliability of men'JnTh1 I

mail that is not legally obscene, but Once the sender has been noti- remove themselves from onetime chief security eval- congressmen as "fascist" and Rusk gets rid of Otepka and ing or executing forelgiy'po J-

which is regarded by the recipient as fied by the postmaster general lIe the Soviet orbit and associate uator of the department Otep- luminous reports were madein reinstates Wieland, this will icy I ::
"morally offensive." The measure is barred from sending mail to the with Peking. Russia is well ka ruled that Wieland shouldbe the late 1950s on Castro's "':
aware of this possibility. ousted. But Rusk's office Communist connections these
behalf of him- addressee at time in the future
in .
permits any person, any :
thought otherwise and prepared reports got lost in the Officeof The SUN'S Page For ,
self and minor children, to notify -regardless of the content of the MOSCOW HAS long been to reassign Wieland to a Caribbean and Mexicanare

the postmaster general when he has new mailings. In effect the measure uneasy about her huge neigh- Editorials and :
received unsolicited "morally offen- permits the censoring of mail be- bor. Soviet proposals concern- i
ing nonproliferation of nuclear
sive" mail. The recipient is authorized fore it is sent. An individual, more- Readers' Letters. 3..C liIniniftk
weapons have been frequentand 1. Editorials 2.
to request the postmaster generalto over, could be branded a purveyor of urgent, but no agreementhas
notify the sender to stop sending .'moralloffensive" mail without the been made and, realistic- This editorial page offers the newspaper's column owjf'rTo. lt-welcoraasilu.=-- 8r:
tars of current interest in the editoriol .
further mail, and the postmaster opportunity for hearing.The ally, none can be. IAULDIlVM. opinions of readers in the Voice' the Peopteotumn'O41iflh1! "
and otK'o Fribiiffappear
of columnists. both conservative
to honor .
general is required everyrequest. .
Fear everywhere grows as elsewhere on the po g.. _"=
If mail from the strong vote for the bill
same despiteits nuclear power ine rea s e s. ,

source persists, the postmaster gen- flaws, is n measure of the determination France is well along toward 1" _

eral is authorized to request the at- of congressmen to "do development of a weapons sys- A BISHOP DEALS -
has small nuclear
torney general to seek a court in- something" about abuse of the mails. tem. Egypt
warheads in her missile arsen- I
junction. Violation of the court or- "Something" perhaps should be done al. Money to pay the bills is WITH SEGREGATIONFor

der could result in action for con- but not in the reckless manner the only requirement.The the past several years grated group to the church.

tempt of court. that the House proposes. If and Soviets most hotly pro- newspapers have been filled By a nine-to-one vote the

when the Senate considers the test the United States' plan with stories of Protestant vestry promptly asked the rec-

The House bill is an outgrowthof House-passed bill, we hope it will described as a multi-lateral clergymen in the South who tor to resign. Mr. Seymour,

the laudable desire to combat the give more consideration than did the force. We propose arming have lost their churches be- who had been at Trinity.Sincethevestry for
they aroused the ire of 15 years, refused.
NATO nations with nuclear cause
material that is frequently House to the words of
objectionable Supreme These their parishioners for espous- had no power ,to rer:
mailed to young people. The Court Justice Oliver Wendell Polaris-type weapons. ing integration. move him, it asked the Epis-
would be placed on specially
House measure is so broad, how- Holmes:. designed surface vessels of I 'aM 'k f Now one entry has been copal Bishop of Florida, the

ever, that it creates machinery for 'The United States may give up small merchant ships. Their } made on the other side of the Rt. Rev. Hamilton West to.

imposing restraints on mail that is the Post Office when it sees fit; but speed however, would be ;: ledger. act
not indecent or objectionable. The while it carries it on, the use of the much greater. Their crews When Mrs. Malcom Pea- lie did.
would be multinational. NATO body, wife of an Episcopal Last month at Trinity,. Irv
term "morally offensive" is not de mails is almost as much a part of
nations in general have been bishop and mother of the gov- the presence of the vestry
fined. Each mail recipient is free free speech as the right to use our reluctant to agree. Only the ernor of Massachusetts, wentto Bishop West read a letter approving -

to apply the term to any piece oft tongues." Germans may be described as St. Augustine this spring to Mr. Seymour's-action.

.. eager. The Soviets heatedly test the segregation laws, she The Bishop added that, justin

.1 insist that what we are doingis and the wife of the Negro Suf- case the rector was threat-
proliferating nuclear wea- b fragan Bishop of Massachussetts ened with a loss of his salary,

Voice of the pons while we talk about non- were refused admissionto a special fund had been set up

People proliferation. The MLF forceis .. St. Augustine's Trinity Epis- to support him. As a final fillip -
one of the items most protested copal Church. Two months later Bishop West warned the

in the Geneva confer the rector of Trinity, the vestrymen that if they con-
I ence. "They're "not in the business of overthrowing the Rev. Charles M. Seymour, Jr., tinued to turn Negroes away
On The Sun's
Opinion Page government, and" we're not in the business of discouraging overruled this action by his from Trinity, they faced ex

FEAR GROWS In Europe votes. and welcomed an inte- communication.but .
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters vestry
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot with the now visible signs of
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The the revival of nationalism in VIEWPOINT
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Germany. Leaders of this nationalism THE CONSERVATIVE

intent. are Insistent that

'No Curse To Be loved their parents would gained.It pons.Germany If this have movement nuclear wea-obtained Violence in Name of Civil RightsBy I

think of anything like that.B. is a dignity that comes enough political

What You Are' To the white Anglo- when one is able to say, "Let strength it conceivably could

Saxon Protestant you sound the struggles be damned! I create a political situation in DAVID LAWRENCE being taken away dally has spread down through all making sure they clear-

EDITOR, Sun: It's great to like an uneducated person.I am my own man." which the Germans would violate WASHINGTON From all from innocent citizens. Thereare the Negro communities that ed out the liquor stores first.

be a Negro.In will state briefly why I Yes it's great to be a Negro, the agreement made at over the country comes word threats, moreover, to limit it's all right to attack the pt?-- They got away with enough
reference to the articleI think its great to be a Negro a Negro who could create sucha the end of the war which limits that people are wonderingwhy the activities of the local lice. liquor to keep them drunk for

read in the paper on July today. First of all, dignity. moving event as the marchon her armaments. There is, the President and the police and lodge authority in six months."

29, entitled "But the Facts Dignity stands high among Washington, the Negro of course, no German peace Congress in Washington are civilian boards in the cities to THE CONGRESS has watched -
Will Not Erase." my opinionof the many reasons why I who could stand strong treaty. doing virtually nothing about review and reverse the acts with dismay the various BUT WHEN efforts are

this is just the opposite.As think it's great to be a Ne- through Birmingham, Albanyand the violence and disorder of the police on grounds of race riots and the Presidenthas made to arrest offenders, lead-
The Soviets a
the white Anglo-Sax- gro. Not the old fashioned dig- Jackson. This is a Negro argue the looting and the thievery alleged "brutality." spoken of them as regret- ers of Negro organizat onj

bn Protestant stated, 1 ama nity usually portrayed by a with the kind of character Germany in possession of such which have been going on in done to table. But he has failed to repudiate promptly cry out against
black teen-ager but not gray haired old man or heroes are made of.I weapons and led by a strong some of the principal cities of But nothing is being any of the Negro organizations "police brutality."
resistance to ar
confined to life in Harlem, woman serene above the am a Negro and I wear nationalism would bring on a the nation under the guise of discourage involved which William H. Parker, police
officers were
If .
rest. police
New York, I'm confined to "troubles I've seen. the equal badge proudly. third world war. Hence they expressing racial resentments.The there would be no occasion have said they are giving him chief of Los Angeles 'who' Is".
life in Gainesville. He statedin Not the dignity of the field- quick answer given by obeyed, about their political support. Cabi- trained In the law and sociology -
his article if he were a hand who refused to knuckle Maybe now when we make violently protest this country'sproposal administration officials is that for disputes net officers are not slow to and is recognized .widelyas
black teen he would collar worker. the count, we will total more for giving the Ger- "brutality." a top authority on law enforcement
ager, under the white this is a local matter for the condemn the Ku Klux Klan or
first pretend he were a white This is a new kind of dig- than ten per cent of the pop mans perhaps 100 nuclear states or for cities. But onlya President Johnson has the John Birch Society by was interviewedby

kid. removing the greatest nity that comes from know- ulation. Maybe we are even weapons. few weeks ago the American made some generalized state- name and call them "extrem- "U. S. News & World Ri.port" :'

curse.A. ing that one is a man and a eleven or twelve per cent of people were told that racial ments about the race riots, ist" organizations, but the after t he Rochester
It's not a curse to be citizen and is intent about be- the nation, with more political ALL EUROPE is somewhat relations "affect inter- but he hasn't put the finger of President as the leader of riots. He was asked If. ,police!

anything you are. ing treated like one. It is a and economic power than concerned by the new signs of state commerce," and that blame on the basic troublethe the Democratic Party has are being hampered 'in handling -'.
B. Remember, you were dignity that is expressed in ever before. Despite the wade- German nationalism. Recently this was the main reason for theory of civil disobediencewhich not yet spoken out against or racial trouble. He 'replied -

cut out to be whatever you going back time after time to ins and sit-ins, automationand the German, Herr Seebohm, passing the "civil rights" lately has been acclaimed named the individuals as ; -
register to vote. It is a dig- discrimination in facto who was dismissed from the law. by some white and Negro well as the organizations "I think so, and IJhinkthe.
are.Secondly, he stated also nity that comes from seeking and de facto, and school desegregation Adenauer cabinet after his preachers and organizations to which have been telling the pressures put upon the police
would at the risk It's great to be a connection with the Hitler government that the word throughout the natioii'b' such -
he imagine his parentswere your rights even INDEED, CIVIL rights such an extent Negroes that "civil disobed-
the middle-class type.A. of your life and using them Negro. I love it.SONJA. had been made public ience"" is all right. About as groups "as.the American :rivII -

I don't think an'one"ho wisely once they have been L. BOGA r has been agitating the old far as Mr. Johnson has gone Liberties Union ia relation -.'

Sudeten question again and is MemoFrom is to make this declaration after to-these so-called- citizens'-
: --- also urging the requirement of Washington the Rochester, N. 1,, boards to review police actions <
POTOMAC FEVEKThe nucl weapons.. riots: have" enc iir ged' :i.

of Ueff authority .
Seebohm's name came up in the Cowles Washington Bureau "When machinery doesnot- .flouting p

administration has ordered a thorough study of water problems, 01 t the publication from Ger- QUIET PLEASE: Sen. Everett M. Dirksen (R., HI. is the exist to redress grievances, it "I have-sayJn-t'at-if read public the statements law--;,

which it has several; including, hot, deep, and Gold. many of Senator Goldwater'splan Senate minority leader and reigning GOP orator. When he is understandable that "those not bsed.on: ; sticsthen:'
-- to visit that country after got back from the Republican convention In San Francisco who are aggrieved will take 'to was ::

The Army has a new explosive that a soluier can use to dig a foxhole quick the nominating convention.The where he nominated Sen. Barry Goldwater (R., Ariz.) for the streets, whether rightly it need n5t bbb3edThi3is CalCPiyIDiisobedience. -: t

,ly. We're ready for any kind of war now we've got pushbutton foxholes. senator cancelled the president, Dirksen complained that the convention had been or wrongly. Their judgments whaLJQ&y*... do
-- journey and said he had no "so darned noisy." When a newsman said the Senate was a might be wrong as to how the -:

The way German journalists have been operating, when a Republican picksup appointment with Seebohm. strange place for one who objected to noise, Dirksen said: justice could be obtained, but thatrjrou-: thenyioIat.: this::

a newspaper these days he just hopes that Sen. Goldwater isn't in Deutsch Reports from Germany are "Around here, I'm the one who makes all the noise." they would be less or' more Dexnocfatfc very basiluponwb rhpulll restandhat't : I
German officer than human If they did
again. that the former n o tam "
-- had written Senator Gold- MONEY: MAN: When all the fiscal fiddling around is over justice." ;. jrjdCPtlaw.. .. =-

Barry doesn't like U.S. newspapers very much, either. It's pretty sneaky water asking for the appoint- and Congress has approved a federal spending program But is it "seeking justice"to -- Is being
printing them in a language that almost everybody in the country can read. ment. The senator cannot of somebody still has to see that the checks are written and loot stores? A civil leader The to'.forbid.power dlscrimlna-- '
from that the to the The man is JulianF.
-- course, prevent people money gets right places. *
President Johnson signs the bill to mint silver dollars. In clip points out West writing him but the proposedvisit Cannon chief disbursing officer in the Treasury, who'sin in Rochester after the was riots,quoted tion. .emplO1I1ent"All(1; ( : tP&:
as saying : *
the customers toss silver dollars to the strippers putting the cartwheel be- to Germany nonetheless charge of actually dishing out the money. Sometimes on lij 3 csfctETiodaJ'onsCtIl! :
fore the torso. disturbed those who do not payday he wonders' if the system is all that it should be. His 'They weren't 'demonstrat- grounds( rare or wjjjN'rbutit :
is $18,000 has assistants who. througha ing for anything. They used is also discriminatory to
-- look, upon the senator as a salary a year. He two
Sir Winston Churchill departs, silently. If he ever said half the famous prudent man. They would be quirk in the Civil Service Law, get about $1,000 a year the riot as an excuse to see low civil rights -to Be* coloredpeopls tAkeaway t'

things attributed to him he'd never have had time to .become famous enoughto most uncomfortable if he were more than he does. The new pay bill is supposed to how much they could get from means'of'riets white or and:
have them attributed to him. In charge of nuclear policy straighten out such inequities but Cannon Is retiring at away with Wrecking and by
-- and weapons. the end of this month anyway. sacking hundreds of stores mob violence.

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4 Gainesville Sun Friday August 7.' 1964"liaittt5uille --

9 00 N. E. 23rd Street Saturday T. D. Davis, pastor of Spring

CONSCIENCEOF on I behalf of the House of Prayr Hill Baptist Church, wUl'beili,

COLORED NEWS : for all People. charge of' the initial service.

The menu .consists of ham or Sunday at 11 ajn. choir No. 3:
OF hitterlings: rice vegetables, of Johnson Chapel will renderthe
om: bread and dessert. song service. Devotion will
'F B. F. Childs Colored News Editor be led by Mrs. Percilla Vinson.At .-

w I Rev. Anderson -
II 3 p.m Hugh
I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday is i
and his front
The Pulpit Aid of Mt. Mor- Communion Day, Regular orderof I NSTALLATIONRev. congregation
Alachua will render service. 'At
JOHN R. HARRISON, President Mt SOUTH II I Ii iah Baptist Church will spon- services. Evening worship 7 J. 1\!. Dixon, pastor, and 7:30 p.m. Choir No. 2 of John-
publisher PAT COWLES Vk Prts i I sor a program Sunday at 3:30 pjn. The devotional services lis congregation from Mt. Olive'rimitive will
Florida's Beautiful dent; Ed JOHNSON Vice President I p.m. The public is invited. Ed- will be conducted by the dea- \I Baptist Church, Jacksonville son Chapel Baptist Church
and Extcutiv Editor; W. C. (Bill) render the song service. Deacon-
Catherine Rev. R. J. Gainous
na Hunt, president, cons. pas-
President Md Advertising By RALPH McGILL : : will conduct a joint
EBERSOLE ViCI Mission sisters
University (tt' I nesses and Home --
City ,., tor Mrs. F. D. Shannon
Director BOB TARTA6LJONC Punt Prte Winning rablisberOf Rollins reporter. ; repor- service at the Shady Grove'rimitive
the AtlmaU, (G*.) C*CaiUtati are requested to pay $3
Vice President and ClrcuUtica Manager.THE Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion j Church duringhe
ter.New Baptist
deaconesses $2 and all members .
Church School 10 a.m. Morning Baptist Sunday services
SUN'S POLICY Worship 11 ajn. Evening serv- School, 10 ajn.; m o r ning installation There will be todayit Conference $1. Committee: Mrs. B. T. Lyons -
8 -
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Red China ice 7:30 p.m. All members are worship, Com m u n io n, 11:30 p.m.on Saturday at 8 pm. Chairman, Deacon L.

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. "ked to pay their Building Fund am.; and evening worship, 7 The public is invited to at- Wells, Mrs. A. Graham and
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. pledges at the morning offer- pjn. The sermons at both the Mrs. B. Brown. Mrs. Harriet
Souder morning and evening t end. Joiner, reporter; Rev. W. J.
ing. Rev. W. L. pas. worship,
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 And will be preached by the pastoror Taylor, pastor.

Want Ads-376-4672 I tor.Mt. Carmel Baptist 9:30 his appointee. Rev. C. J. Singer Won't Appear
School. 11 Johnson, pastor Mrs. P. L. MEETING SET I II
a.m. Sunday a. m. ; I The program presenting Ma-

Morning Worship. 5:30: p. m. Scott, reporter.4H The Starlight Social Club will l halia Jackson, world famous

A Part of Free TheBomh B.T.U. 7 pjn. evening serv- hold its meeting at the home of I gospel singer, scheduled to ap-
SpeechBy ice. Rev. G. W. Parker in llrs. Pauline Bowles on Tues-!pear in this city Wednesday

I charge. Weekly activities: Tuesday CLUB NEWS (lay at 8PmDuring August 26, has been postponed

the overwhelming vote of 325- mail, and the government is obligated Washington Notebook Red 7:30 p.m. Midweek meditation The Alachua County girls 4- the meeting, the birthday i until a later date. There was a
China is expected to explodea services. Wednesday 7:30 of Mrs. Doliree Bowens wille :conflict in the booking service.
19, the House approved a bill that to go along. The Justice Depart Forum. Wednes- H Club members will depart for
nuclear device by autumnor p.m. Youths > celebrated. I However, another engagement
could put the government in the ment pointed out that the bill's pro- early 1965. They are a year day 8 p.m. Choir No. 2 rehearsal. camp at Doe Lake near Ocala, :will be announced in the near

business of enforcing wholesale pre- cedures "could be set in motion by behind their announced sched- Thursday 7:30 pjn. Teachers Monday, August 10, at 10 ajn. i future by local newspapers and
the week
During each
censorship of mail. Although the an addressee's objection to a solicita- ule. Departure of the Russiansand Meeting. Friday 8 p. m. mem !NOTICE I other publicity. .
ber will have the
Justice Department declared the tion for contributions to a cause with a cutoff of supplies from Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Rev. T. privilege of It I Ib
the Soviet Union brought the A. Wright, Minister; Mrs. Es- living in the unique atmosphereof All choir members of the New: '
bill "raises constitutional which the addressee out of
grave was sympathy the scenic National Forest. t'
Chinese nuclear project to a ther W. Hamm, Reporter.COUNCIL Salem Baptist Church are asked
questions," the measure was consid- to a religious tract or cir- halt, but it now has been re- Cabins are located in the vicin 1 to meet at the church Saturday tuar t.5 .. .

ered and adopted under a rule that cular, or to political literature, in- sumed. China has enough ity for housing purposes. it, 5 p.m. for rehearsal and also

allowed each side only 20 minutes for cluding reprints or speeches in the American and European train- MEETSAll The girls will engage in many a business meeting. Mrs. P. i

debate and permitted no amend- Congressional Record." The mea- ed scientists work. to do all necessary members of Deputy's Coun- educational and enjoyable ex J L Scott, reporter. I MRS. EMMA HALE .. -

sure also could the periences. Some of the activities ,- --, .
put governmentin cil No. 1 are requested to meetat Funeral services forMrs:

the ludicrous position of enforcinga China's entry into the "Nu- the Rising Sun Masonic Hall, are: swimming, crafts, Emma Roundtree Haile of 327'N. .

Existing law permits the Post Of- father's demand that his daughter clear Club" will, of course, NW 3rd Street, Gainesville, Sun- health and safety, first aid, J BUSINESS MEETING ; W. 8th St., will be held at tl>a- =:=
produce many shock waves. day, August 9, at 12 noon. The nature and environmental studies The Progressive Choirs' Union Second Morning Star Baptist --=
fice Department to bar mail that stop receiving mail from her boy ..
East Asia will be most affected. reason for the early meeting is social and physical develop- j will hold its business meet' Church in Rutledge Sunday,ar":": :
meets court definitions of obscenity.The friend. It is possible that more to dispose of some important ment, and dental hygiene. :at the Spring Hill Baptist. 4:30 p.m. with Rev. W. D. Dente .
House-passed bill is aimed at Communist-oriented countrieswill business of the Council prior to This year Alachua County I Church Monday at 8 p.m., August nis and Rev. A. F. Alexander=-----.:

mail that is not legally obscene, but Once the sender has been noti- remove themselves from the cornerstone ceremony at the girls will camp with girls from 10.The. officiating. Interment will "fok_. -_. _=

which is regarded by the recipient as fied by the postmaster general, he the Soviet orbit and associate Greater Bethel AME Church at Marion County through August president is asking all low in the Rutledge cemetery. ---
with Peking. Russia is well 3 P.M. J members to be present. Mrs. Mrs. Haile, a member of the -
"morally offensive. The measure is barred from sending mail to the -- -
aware of this possibility. in the cornerstone 15.The adult j Quincy Marks, reporter. I Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church, : -
Assisting leaders for
permits in behalf of him- addressee at any time in the future camp -
any person, is survived by her sister, Mrs.
service will be representatives
this year are: Mrs. R. Dubose, .
self and minor children, to notify regardless of the content of the MOSCOW HAS long been from Waldo Chiefland, Ro- Pearlie Roundtree Williams
.Newberry, and Mrs. Brown AILING AT HOME
the postmaster general when he has new mailings. In effect, the measure uneasy about her huge neigh chell, Palatka, Starke and Oca- Gainesville. city, brothers: Hezekiah and -

received unsolicited "morally offen- permits the censoring of mail be- bor. Soviet proposals concern- la. Interested persons should con- Mrs. A. L. Gainey is ailing at$Harper Roundtree, City, Jefferson _.

sive" mail. The recipient is authorized fore it is sent. An individual, more- ing nonproliferation of nuclear Refreshments will be servedat tact the home demonstration ]tier home, 824 N. W. 3rd Ave. Roundtree, Lakeland.The '. -- I
weapons have been frequent ]Friends hope that she will soon family requests that flowr_ : :.. J
to the generalto over, could be branded of the Hall. agent, Mrs. Clarice Robinson,
request postmaster a
purveyor and urgent, but no agreementhas NOTE All who planto I II be well again. ers be omitted and contribiH :: I
: office 430 N. 4th
notify the sender to stop sending "morally offensive" mail without the been made and, realistic persons W. Avenue, tions be made to Greater Beth

further mail, and the postmaster opportunity for hearing. ally, none can be. share are in urgently cornerstone requested c ere-to I telephone FR 6-3571 or home. I el A.M.E. Church instead.. -. =.-. ...
mony telephone 372-7523.; ]S'OTICE I Duncan Brothers Morticiansare A
general is required to honor every Fear everywhere grows as' wear Master Mason regalia i in charge.

request. If mail from the same The strong vote for the bill, despiteits nuclear power inc rea s e s. only. Fred Alexander. M., The City wide MissionaryBand

source persists, the postmaster gen- flaws, is a measure of the determination France is well along toward Rising Sun Lodge No. 10. NOTICE ] will meet at the Bell's

eral is authorized to request the attorney of congressmen to "dosomething" development of a weapons system ]Nursery School Monday at 8p.m. JAMES DYE
Egypt has small nuclear The American Legion Post I Mrs. E. T. Bell, president; Funeral services for James
seek court in- about abuse of the
general to a mails."Something" .
warheads in her missile arsen- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS No. 306 and Ladies' Auxiliaryare 1 Urs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. Dye, of Micanopy, will be heldat
junction. Violation of the court or- perhaps should be done al. Money to pay the bills is asked to meet jointly Sun- the Church of God In UnityNo.

der could result in action for con- but not in the reckless manner the only requirement.The Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday day, August 9, at 3 p.m. at the 2 on N. E. 8th Ave. Satur-
tempt of court. that the House proposes. If and School, 9:30 a.m.; morning Recreation Center. Rudolph Ez- c SLATES MEETINGThe day at 2:30 p.m. with Elder
Soviets most hotly protest worship, 11 a.m.; Baptist 'ell Pallbearers' Lodge No.
when the Senate commander. James Williams officiating. In-
considers the the United States' plan Training Union, 5:30 p.m.; and 1 L13 will meet at the regular terment will follow in the Mi-
The House bill is outgrowthof House-passed bill, we hope it will described multilateralforce. Mid.
an as a evening worship, 7 pjn. I meeting place Tuesday at 8 canopy Cemetery.
the laudable desire to combat the give more consideration than did the We propose arming week Meditation Services Tues- ARCHER NEWS ] Duncan Brothers Morticians

objectionable material that is fre- House to the words of Supreme NATO nations with nuclear day 7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Men's Day Set p.m.All assessments are to be are in charge.
Polaris-type weapons. These Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., and also in full at the Mrs.F. .
quently mailed to young people. The Court Justice Oliver Wendell The St. Paul Missionary Baptist J paid meeting.
would be placed on specially Choir No. 2 will have its rehear ] D. Shannon reporter.
House measure is so broad, how- Holmes: designed surface vessels of sal 8 p.m.; Teachers' Meeting Church will have its Men's NATHANIEL KING

ever, that it creates machinery for "The United States may give up small merchant ships. Their Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; and Choir Day on Sunday, August 9. The I Final rites for Nathaniel Kingof

imposing restraints on, mail that is the Post Office when it sees fit; but speed, however, would be No. 1 will have its rehearsal schedule of services is as follows I ElOCHELLE NEWS Archer, who died August 2
much greater. Their crews : Sunday School, 10 ajn., The Third Bethel Baptist i at the Teaching Hospital
not indecent or objectionable. The while it carries it on, the use of the Friday, 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. '
would be multinational. NATO Wright, pastor Mrs. Esther W. morning worship, 11 a.m.; dinner (:Church: will celebrate a two-fold following a brief illness
offensive" is not de mails is almost ;
term "morally much of
a part nations in general have been Hamm, reporter. will be served, 1:30 p.m.; mniversary, seventy second will be conducted Sunday at 1
fined. Each mail recipient is free free speech as the right to use our reluctant to agree. Only the I and afternoon service 3 p.m. mniversary of the church and p.m. from the Shilo Baptist

to apply the term to any piece of tongues." Germans may be described as Mt. Pleasant Methodist The During the morning worship at I ourteenth! anniversary of Reverend I I Church with the Rev. J. J.

eager. The Soviets heatedly'insist Board of Education and Church 11 a.m. Fred Alexander will be James Cato, pastor. This ,Jones officiating. Interment will
,I ,. that what we are doingis School Staff will meet today, the principal speaker. Rev. H. hurch was organized in 1892 I[follow in the New Shilo Cem-

proliferating nuclear wea- 7:30 p.m. in the second unit. Foye pastor. md some of the original mem- etery.

i Voice of the i pons while we talk about non- Church of God in Christ hers are still alive and active in Mr. King is survived by eight
People proliferation. The MLF forceis Church School, 10 a.m.; morn- he; church. children, Nathaniel King, Willie

one of the items most protested ing worship, 12 noon; Young PLANS CONVENTIONThe These services will begin on F. King Jr., Hursur King,
I in the Geneva confer- People's Willing Workers' Meet- lug. 16. The members and Miss Ethelene King, Miss Rosa -

1- On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions ence. ing, 7 pjn.; and evening wor- Help and Aid Convention, riends: will be in charge. Other King, Mrs. Sarah Devon,
ship, 8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams auxiliary of the Jerusalem Mis- churches: and organizations of Mrs. Linda King, and Robert

and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters FEAR GROWS in Europe pastor. ,sionary Baptist Association will he: community will be invitd King, three sisters, Mrs. China
and bear the with the now visible signs of First Baptist Sunday I convene at the Mt. Moriah Baptist Mae Mrs. Viola Patterson
must be signed writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should ; to come in and render serv- Murry,
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The the revival of nationalism in School, 9:45 ajn.; morning wor- Church with Rev. L. A. Till. ., A large number of ministers Mrs. Hattie Lymus, oth-
, Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Germany. Leaders of this nationalism ship, 11 ajn.; and afternoon man, pastor August 21 through ces.: and friends of the pastor .er relatives and friends.

are insistent that worship, Communion, 4 p. m. 22.The rill attend. Rev. James Cato, The family and friends are
Germany have nuclear wea- Rev. W. A. Miles pastor; Mrs. public is invited. to meet at the home of Mrs.
loved their would Mrs. Eva
'No Curse To Be parents gained.It obtained pastor; re-
If this movement -
pons. M. Johnson
Bessie reporter. China Mae Murry in Archer at
think of like that.B. .
is a dignity that comes enough political i porter.
Shady Grove Primitive Baptist 12:15 p.m to form the cortegeto
What You Arc'EDITOR To the white Anglo- when one is able to say, "Let strength it conceivably could Pastor's installation serv- NOTICE Mission Societies the church.

Saxon Protestant, you sound the struggles be damned! I create a political situation in ices began Monday through Dinners will be sold at the Services begin today at 7:30 Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
Sun: It's great to like an uneducated person.I am own man." which the Germans would violate
Friday. Conference will be held home of Mrs. Florence Fox, of I>.m. at Johnson Chapel. Rev. Home in charge.
be a Negro.In will state briefly why I Yes it's great to be a Negro, the agreement made at
reference to the articleI think its great to be a Negro a Negro who could create sucha the end of the war which lim-

read in the paper on July today. First of all, dignity. moving event as the marchon its her armaments. There is,
29, entitled "But the Facts Dignity stands high among Washington, the Negro of course, no German peace THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINTViolence
Will Not Erase," my opinionof the many reasons why I who could stand strong treaty.

this is just the opposite.As think it's great to be a Ne- through Birmingham, Albanyand
the white AngloSaxon gro. Not the old fashioned dig Jackson. This is a Ne- The Soviets argue that a in Name of Civil

Protestant stated, I ama nity usually portrayed by a gro with the kind of character Germany in possession of such RightsB

black teen-ager, but not gray haired old man or heroes are made of.I weapons and led by a strong

confined to life in Harlem woman serene above the nationalism would bring on a
am a Negro and I wear DAVID LAWRENCE casion for about ience" is all About trained in
New York, I'm confined to "troubles I've seen. > disputes right. as the law and sociology
third world Hence
the equal badge proudly. war. they
life in Gainesville. He statedin Not the dignity of the field- WASHINGTON From all "brutality." far as Mr. Johnson has gone and is recognized widelyas
his article if he were a hand who refused to knuckle Maybe now when we make violently protest this country'sproposal over the country comes word is to make this declaration a top authority on law en

black teen ager, he would under the white collar worker. the count we will total more for giving the Ger- that people are wonderingwhy President Johnson has er the Rochester, N. aft-I forcement was Interviewedby

first pretend he were a white This is a new kind of dig- than ten per cent of the pop mans perhaps 100 nuclear the President and the made some generalized state- riots: "U. S. News & World Re
kid, removing the greatest nity that comes from know- ulation. Maybe we are even weapons. ments about the race riots, port" after t he Rochesterriots.
curse.A. ing that one is a man and a eleven or twelve per cent of Congress in Washington are but he hasn't put the finger of "When machinery does not He was asked it- policeare
It's not a curse to be .citizen and is intent about being the nation, with more politi- ALL EUROPE is somewhat doing virtually nothing about blame exist to redress grievances, it being hampered in hand-
anything you are. treated like one. It is a cal and economic power than concerned by the new signs of the violence and disorder on the basic trouble- is understandable that those ling racial trouble. He re-
before. the wade- the theory of civil disobedience who aggrieved will taKe to
Despite are
B. Remember in ever plied
were is :
you dignity that expressed German nationalism. Recently the looting and the thievery
cut out to be whatever you going back time after time to ins and sit-ins, automationand the German, Herr Seebohm, which lately has been acclaimed the streets, whether rightlyor
discrimination in facto which have been going on in wrongly. Their Judgments "I think so, and I think the
are. register to vote. It is a dig who was dismissed from the by some white and Negro
from and de facto, and school desegregation some of the principal cities of might be wrong as to how pressures put upon the police
Secondly, he stated also, nity that comes seeking Adenauer cabinet after his preachers and
under the of organizations
he would at the risk it's great to be a with the nation guise justice could be obtained, but throughout the nation by such
imagine his parentswere your rights even connection the Hitler gov-
the middle-class type.A. of your life and using them Negro. I love it. ernment had been made public expressing racial resentments.The such an extent that the word they would be less or more groups as the American Civil -

I don't think anyone who wisely once they have been SONJA L. BOGAN has been agitating the old quick answer given by has spread down through all than human if they did not Liberties Union in relation
Sudeten question again and is administration officials is that the Negro communities that seek justice." to these so-called citizens'

FEVEI also urging the requirement of this is a local matter for the it's all right to attack the po But is it "seeking justice"to boards to review police ac-
POTOMAC nuclear weapons. states or for cities. But only lice. loot stores? A civil leader tions have encouraged a

a few weeks ago the Ameri- in Rochester was quoted flouting of police. authority.._ .__ _

The administration has ordered a thorough study of water problems, of the Seebohm's publication name from came up Ger-in cial can people relations were"affect told that interstate ra- THE CONGRESS has watched 1 I as saying after the riots: "I have read public, statements _M

which it has several, including, hot, de ep, and Gold. many of Senator Goldwater's and that I with dismay the various "They weren't 'demonstrat- saying that if thelawwas ;
riots not based -: hen
race and the Presidenthas on justice
-- plan to visit that country after main for Ing' for anything.. They used .
the reason
The that soldier can use to dig a foxhole quickly. this was spoken of them as regret '' it need not be 'obe 'ecL This,
Army has a new explosive a the nominating convention. the "civil rights"i the riot as an excuse to see
We're ready for any kind of war now we've got pushbutton foxholes. The senator cancelled the passing table. But he has failed to repudiate -,I how much they could get'ii i is what they' call 'civil diso= _
law. any of the Negro or- bedience. But when_you! do :
-- journey and said he had no i away with Wrecking and
The way German journalists have been operating, when a Republican picksup appointment with Seebohm. ganizations involved which i sacking hundreds stores I II that, you then violates the'very --

a newspaper these days: he just hopes that Sen. Goldwater isn't in Deutsch Reports from Germany are INDEED,taken CIVIL rightsare daily have said they are giving him II -but making sure they clear- basis upon which ibis
being away their Cabi- I Democratic republic must rest.
again. that the former German officer Thereare political support. ed out the liquor stores first. "
-- had written Senator Gold- from innocent citizens. net officers are not slow to with Aen ugh -and that's the rule of law. "
limit They got away
Barry doesn't like U.S. newspapers very much, either. It's pretty sneaky water*asking for the appoint- threats, moreover, to condemn the Ku Klux Klan or liquor to keep them drunk for
printing them in a language that almost everybody in the country can read. ment. The senator cannot, of the activities of the local the John Birch Society byname i I six months." The federal power Is being
police and lodge authority in and call them "extrem- invoked to forbid discrimina..
course prevent people from
President Johnson signs the bill to mint silver dollars. In clip points out West writing him but the proposedvisit civilian boards in the cities to ist" organizations, but the BUT WHEN efforts are tion in employment and "pub- :

the customers toss silver dollars to the strippers putting the cartwheel be- to Germany nonetheless review and reverse the acts President, .as the leader of made to arrest offenders, lead- lic accommodations" on the-

fore the torso. disturbed those who do not of the police on grounds" of i the Democratic Party, has en of Negro organizat ions ,I ground of race or color, but rI
-- look upon the senator as a alleged "brutality. not yet spoken out against or promptly cry out against i it is also discriminatory to allow
Sir Winston Churchill departs, silently. If he ever said half the famous prudent man. They would be But nothing is being done to named the individuals as I I "police brutality." civil rights to be taken
things attributed to him he'd never have had time to become famous enough most uncomfortable if he were discourage resistance to ar- well as the organizations I, away from white or colored
) have them attributed to him. in charge of nuclear policy rest. If police officers were which have been telling the''i William H. Parker, police people by means of riots and

L -- and weapons. obeyed, there would be no oc- j I Negroes that "civil disobed-J I chief of Los Angeles, who is 'I mob violence.

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1 1I I i r.r I 1 Coalition Rule I II

SEE by Wins I II I I II I
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the SUN government settled down to I sl

I I,work today with full power
granted by Parliament.The .
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POLICE, FIRE REPORT day. Chamber of Deputies A R K EI

Accident Roundup Raymond L. Hines Jr., Sara- Thursday night followed Senate I
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ro aw+s sota, and a parked auto owned approval and voted 344-338 for :_ i
Involved in accidents : I '
reported II I INIT 'lNs
by Ozelia H. Williams, Archer, Premier AWo Moro's four-party II Ii
by Gainesville Police De-
partment and Alachua County .in Archer about 9:30 ajn. yes- coalition and its program.APPLICATIONS. Nlt MeltttTS

I Sheriff's Office in the past 24 terday. ________M_ I tu.. f' i tc
hours were: DWI '

I k yns W. C. Pauper, 403 NW 21st Clifton F. Strickland 38, of forIALL I
Lane, and John Chasteen, New- ,Attaqulgus, Ga., was arrested at i
berry at NW 16th Ave. and :1:35 a.m. today in the 700 blockof TERM OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY! I
t + aKf + 10th Ter. at 6:20: pjn. yester- SE 4th St. and charged with now being considered
day.Gladys I driving while intoxicated.Fire Grades 6 through 10 I NEW LOW PRICES

B. Keene Micanopy Calls .Gred.1 11 and 12 in.,successive yean] PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
and Charles H. Alexander, Jack- At 10 p.m. yesterday, false ?: GAINESVILLE STORES
sonville, at NW 6th St. and 10th ;alarm on SW 34th St. :*
f: "I" ;\ 1234 NW 16th Ave.
SE 4th Are
Ave. at 5:40 p.m. yesterday. At 10:05 p.m. yesterday// t.; : ':"l' :. l 3725 W. Unhr.; Are. 3809 E.
Unir.; Ave
I dwelling at 1521 SE T ;>" :n*
Gertrude N. Crews 4015 NW > .,
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KW dy BB y; ': ":<: 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW Kth Bird
; 20th Ter., and Elaine A. Mara- a -' 4105 NW 13th St.
ble, 2215 SE 9th Place, at 5:17 Racial Clash ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. &441
w0 w p.m. yesterday. HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW &Moin
Gary L. Shaw, 2307 SW 16th THE WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
Place, and Theresa V S. Little, SingaporeSINGAPORE SANFORDNAVAL -

Houseboats? 3620 Archer Rd., at W. Univ. AP ACADEMY ALL BRANDS King Size --
( ) Police
Ave. and 24th St. at 5:15
p.m. Florida's
finest new school for boys Filters Regulars
For a time, it looked as though much of SW Gainesville's rainfall yesterday yesterday. ]patrolled Singapore's Geyland Selective enrollment Small
was collecting in the yards of a series of rented homes in the 700 block of Maxwell Lee Daytona Beach, District today following clashes classes Annapolis personnel .
SW Depot Ave. Typical conditions are shown. The owner of these homes, F. B. Sandra Lee V. Kindred Rt. 4, .between Chinese and Malays Remedial study and reading CIGARETTESCarton
Williams, of 1048 SW Depot Ave., complained to the Sun that such flooding and Jack V. Stokes, Williston, :that threatened new racial violence Extensive sports program Ideal
occurs every time it rains and the water sometimes stands "for a week or at 1100 S. Main St. at 4:51 p.m. in the riot-scarred city. acre health campus& housing. Every facilities midshipman 30--

two." Asked if he'd talked to the city about this, he answered ". been talkingto yesterday. Police said a small mob attacked taught to study and excel.
'em for the last 20 years." (Sun photos by Tommy Lewis) """ie W. B. Dever Hawthorne a motorcycle rider and- For Brochure write Dept. 6

-.-----. _. "' ...... and Robert M. Camp, set: fire to his vehicle. They said THE SANFORD NAVAL $269KING
l I' ''''"':':' '''. : ; "',' <'" "_oliA 102 SE 45th St., at SE 4th Ave. ( ACADEMY
and the Williston Cut-off at 4:44 :a Malan was the ringleader. I Sanford. Florida
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y.in. yesieruay.:
Roosevelt Powell, 903 SE 7th
Attention Livestock Producers!
'St.. Woodrow Robert Bratcher
2049 SW 44th Ave., and George SIZE
Emory Eveson Jr., of Glen Bur-
nie, Md., in the 700 block of SW If you have hogs or cattle to PEPSI COLA
13th St. at 4:42 pjn. yesterday. sell now or in the future please

Betty G. Baggarly, 941 NW contact one of the buyers .t -
40th Ter., and Edward __
Copeland Sausage Company and
910 SE 8th Ave., at 3800V..
give them an opportunity to
Univ. Ave. at 4:17: p.m. yester- 6 39'CARTON
day.A. buy your livestock.

parked auto owned by Mar-
:Drive, was hit by an unknown -
t driver at SW 13th St. and 5th 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
Ave. at 1 p.m. yesterday.Ben FULL HALF QUART

-r .I T. Arnow 905 NW 20th 1. Cash market every day.
St., and a parked car owned by TOPP RC
___ ______ I.Vernon G. Perry, 1119 NW 25th 2. No commission. or

Ter., in the 100 block of NW 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.

...>r gyro 10th Ave. at 8:45: a.m. yester- 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities. COLA

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Wife BeaterBy NANTUCKET Mass. (AP- scrap metal from the tower.
I The last of a luckless trio of Demolition of the tower one 1 PLUS DEPOSIT
Texas Tower radar platformsoff of two built in Portland, Maine,I f :) ; jetting a Spa re-1 role !
ROBERT GOLDENSTEIN the Atlantic Coast was un- marked the end of a $60millionAir
der tow to a New Jersey scrap Force project that cost 29 Newspaper :t
beaters in middle class I
societyare heap today. Jives. Fourteen Air Force crewmen
not hulky brutes who pound : r I
Texas Tower III was stationed' and an equal number of: : I
their shrinking violet-type 30 miles off Nantucket on a civilian workers were killed Best Thing I
brides whenever don't
they get
shoal 50 feet deep. Ten tons of when a tower plunged into the
their way, a pilot study indicated explosive tore it loose from its ocean 70 mile. off New Jerseyin

today. I three giant legs Thursday after a 1961 storm. \ s Th-t Bill FULL
Instead a team of psychiatrists -' noon. The 6,000 ton platform The first tower, erected 110 3 -$100
said their small study dropped to the ocean with a miles off Cape Cod, sank after QTS.
showed the men as a rule were mighty splash but it had been salvage attempts last September. T III Ever
shy, sexually ineffectual, reasonably .packed with flotation materialto One civilian workman died :
hard working "mother's keep it from sinking. Lipsett when a cable snapped during Did"r: PLUS DEPOSIT
boys" with a tendency to drink division of the Luria Brothers of construction.Ten I
excessively.And II New York will salvage the ;years ago the towers t I It
five extra minutes of PABST BLUE RIBBONBEER
their wives typically When a mother watches her !
attack by ene-
warning against ;
were aggressive, efficient, masculine Methodist Supt. I my bombers. Advances in mis-: alert reliable and resourceful young businessman -
and sexually frigid. sile warfare reduced the five as he serves and builds a newspaper

The psychiatrists said the i To Speak At minutes to seconds, and the t route it's no wonder that she is so glad
wives endured physical abuse I towers became obsolete.EXPERT sa and proud. And that Dad is too!
for until of their' h' _____
years- one
children, usually the eldest son' Trinity Church A newspaper route is one of the few opportunities -
Interfered. Then they sought TREE'SURGERY I left in our modern world where a CANS99c

outside help.Commenting. Rev. John M. Sikes, super, tt young men can . earn a weekly profit

on the stabilityof intendent of the Gainesville .E. . take trips win prizes gain
District of the Methodist i '
the marriages, the psychiatrists valuable business training . and develop
Church will the
at 9
preach "
,I suggested the couples o'clock service r1Y' *De-mossing poise, confidence and initiative.If .
Sunday morn-
bad mutually passive and ag- .gyp *Covity GENNESSEE
gressive personality traits that,ing at Trinity Methodist j'- Work you are between the ages of 12 and 16
enabled them to achieve a I Church 3536 NW Eighth Ave-' .* \ 4 i **Tree Pruning and would like more information on how I
"working equilibrium" in the I nue, Dr. Wayne of Kirkham.the superintendent I t ;1 Removal z you can become a Sun Carrier Salesman call

: marital. relationship. This deli.cale. School will lead the Sunday service. **Grove Bracing FR 28441. A representative will be happy to
balance was upset they Sunday worship services dur- t Pruning '- .. talk to you.
said, when the intervention of
ing August will be at 9 a. m. BEER39c
the child threat.
a Irst and Estimates
only. Regular Sunday servicesat Inspection
based'on The preliminary detailed findings study of were 12 11 a.m. will resume on Sep- 6
a tember 6. Rev. Robert M. Temple
etSaworuor. <& tine.6uill
, middle families class in 'a suburban predominantly area in minister. of Trinity Methodist inn'I

Massachusetts.The Church will return to the 20 NW 16th A... FR 6-2661
-- pulpit on Sunday, August 16. i
study was by I .
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Goldwater Klan
Spurns SupportWASHINGTON achievements were accomplished -

by people over 60 years of


(AP) Sen. against law and order." mate William E. Miller of New drive: "He never accepted the sup NOTICE OF SALE

Barry Goldwater, the Republican "We don't want the backing of York conferred for two hours I Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa.f told I I port of the Klan, nor did I,' Notice Final Is Decree hereby of given Foreclosure' that pursuant entered ,

presidential nominee, has the Ku Klux Klan and I don't with former President DwightD. the Pennsylvania Young Repub- I Goldwater said. fo In a Case No 12006-C. In the Circuit Courtof I

the of people think we're to it the Eisenhower and former Vice I Alachu County. Florida on August 4,
spurned support going get licans convention in Philadel- Miller, asked about Klar 1944, I will sell the property: situated In

who act "in a violent way Arizona said Thursday in response President Richard M. Nixon."He's phia he will support all Republican Alachua County, Florida described as: I
backing on July 29 said he anc Lot Six (4) Block "ft**. of CAROL

: to reporters' questions."It's very enthusiastic and candidates in November.But Goldwater would "accept th ESTATES a Subdivision as per Plat
ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING < recorded In Plat Book "E", Page IX
COMMISSIONIN been a Democratic organi- very anxious to get going," Scott, who is in his party's support of any American citizer of the Public Records .of Alachua

CARE OF ALACHUA COUNTY zation all its history." Goldwater said of Eisenhower.He liberal wing, did not mention who believes in our posture County Florida. I
COURTHOUSE out One General Electric Disposal, Model
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA At another point the senator said the former president already any of them including conservative position." FA4M

County Notlc. I Is Zoning hereby Commission given that will the Alachua hold a declared: "I want the support of has two speaking dates Goldwater by name.A The questin to Millet One J400 M1MJ General Electric Range, Model I

public hearing at 730 P.M. on Wednes- anybody in this country who in Illinois and Oklahoma and reporter's question led was put One General Electric Refrigerator,
August 26, 1944 in the County Commission after Calvin F. of AtlantaGeorgia's Model LB92LF1 t
day. hasn't advocated the violent there be others. Craig ,
Room (401) In the Courthouse may Goldwater to define the kind of .. Venetian Blinds
to rezone the follow it public sale to the iighest and best j
to consider requests overthrow of the government or Today Goldwater continueshis top Klan official an.x
described property In Jhe following support he wants. I idder for cash, at the door of the of-
described ing manner: who hasn't acted in a violent ] efforts for Republican unity The newsman said Miller had nbunced on July 25 he was supporting r lice' of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at 1 1iainesvllle.
Establish Zone District he Alachua/ County Court House In
Application No. 14 (Requested by the Board way against law and order." 1 by conferring again with GOP implied he and Goldwater would the Republican ticket. : Florida at 11:00 A.M., Moo i

ef County Commissioners) Goldwater was questioned by I congressional colleagues. the of the Ku "We don't seek want the lay, August 17. 1964. -
That part of Section 2 T9S R19E In and accept support or DATED this 5th day of August, A. D,

out of Arredondo Grant.12 TO and R19E.that partof and reporters at Gettysburg, Pa., In developments Thursday Klux Klan, and asked how Gold- support of the Klan," Miller : 19<<. J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerkof
11 and
that Sections part of Section 19, V n, M and airport after he and running I bearing on the Aribonan's water felt about that. said Thursday. the Circuit Court
"Ie ,-uc R19E. and that part of Lot 3 By Cherriee Hales
;; Fernandez- Grant. and that par Deputy Clerk
ef Sections 13 and 24 T8S RISE, thj' [[CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
lies with 1000 ft. of either side of th IOE C. JENKINS, JR.
right-of-way line of U. S. 441 (Slat Burns Has 24 Southwest 2nd Avenue

Roads 20 and 25). :iainesvllle Florida
Less Zone District No. S (Hague Zon FOLLOWING 4d kttomey for Plaintiff
District ', S :3545) 8.7
The above described property Is locatecalong ,
U. S. 441 from the Northern boundary His OvnPlatform
line of the existing Gamesvi
District (No 2)). North to the SouU
Zone &
City limits of Alachua. less the exlsti The 'c-vw.
zone district. Campaign
Application No 45 Rezone from Rest I
dence "B" to Business "B" (ReQuested
by Mr. J. P. Thompson) : AESII

Lots 5. 6. 7. $. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13 and )4, -" WASHINGTON (AP-Mayoi)
In Block 19 of Ridge Crest Subd
vision lying In Section 11. T10S. R20E, Haydon Burns he's running ,
e, recorded In PUt Book "B". paa4: says

3 County.. of the Florida.Public Records, ef Alachu Civil Rights Backer Wins for governor of Florida on

The above described property Is loeat. the platform he used in winningthe carinsurzncabuy.-.
ed at 3405 SE Hawthorne Road.
nomination-not the national
Application No. 66 Rezone from Bus .: famous low rates
Business "B" (Request 1966 ?
ness "A" to platform.The Campaign
ed by Mr. J. H. Ward) and top service.
That part of Lot S and the Nortt, Nomination in Tenn.
2 Ml chains of Lots 21 and 22 of Sec: Jacksonville mayor tolda Contact me today!
21( this Scott Kelly billboard
Ion 13. Township 10 South. Range news conference Thursdayhe'll Perhaps on the side of
East, lying between the old and neh'ghways. abandoned Pi Phi
the Kappa
fraternity house;
was 117 N.E.
not be bound by the plat-
The above described property Is 'located By BILLY BOWLES scored an apparent Democratic dean of the Tennessee delegation established to endure a two-year campaign. It's reflection -
form which will be
.-. at 5710 Southeast) Hawthorne Road (StatAppncatlon NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) nomination in the state senate lost to George W. Grider of the Democratic party adopted at its Atlantic by- glistens in the "SAE lake" that now encompasses PdN 16th 'Are.

N'O 67 Establish the Board Zone of DistrictNo. Coun Tennessee Democrats nominated -from Memphis, however, and Memphis, a World War II sub- [ convention later this most of the soggy service station site of the -
IS (Requested by City !
ty Commissioners) and Rep. Ross Bass Thursday fora could become the first member marine commander. I month. controversial University Avenue-13th Street inter- Phon.FRanklin.

that That part part Of of Sections Section 12 5,T9S In and R20E out of U.S. Senate seat over two opponents of his race to win a state elec section. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) .

Grant. 6 In and out of Ar- tive office in this in
Arredondo century Burns added that he expects
Grant. and 7 T9S R21E. and who made his vote for
redondo Brown Hits ,
tl1at part of Sections 22. 23 outside the 32. the civil rights bill an issue in Shelby County should he win in Florida to go Democratic in the 2-0444
Waldo. 27. 28
33 City TIS limits R21E of that lies within 1000 ft. the primary campaign.Bass November. state office contests, but he added People in the NewsLOS
of either side of the right-of-way Democrats also renominatedSen. :
Road No. 24. 46 son of circuitriding 'Left Ralph TurlingtonP
of State a -
property Is localealong Albert Gore for a third Wing'Extremists
The the North- Methodist minister ANGELES (AP) Roy Theater was his 133rd
State Road No.2. from was one term. He won easily from three "I'm aware that Floridalasn't one more
.rn boundary line of the exist' I n g of the first members of Con of the than the 1936-47 run of Sir John 62109T
Gainesville Zone District ("<>. *). Northto political unknowns but faces a gone Democratic on the Rogers, king Hollywood (-iio

the South No.6.City limits Establish of Waldo.Zone 01trict '" gress to face statewide election determined Republican bid in national ticket since (President) cowboys, underwent surgery Gielgud in the role. -STATE-FARM

AnDlicMion No. 16 (Requested by the Board of since voting recently for the Truman. This means there's a .Kitwl MwMi Inunnct Cwpwj
November.Dan to correct fused :
Thursday ver- Gielgud incidentally is directing
I -
county Corrmissioners Mcintosh Grant that controversial bill. TAMPA (AP-The state Republican question as to the outcome of IBM Iffin: tfowrartf oej;Ana, ,_ _ _
That part of the Dis Kuykendall was unopposed tebrae in his neck. the current production. |
GainesvIlle Zone He handed Gov. Frank Clement "
outside the
lies 'the national ticket in Florida.
29 and in the -I chairman has
trict. and thai part of Sections Republican primary said thai

31 Tics R20E.E.and Levy that Grant.part of and Lot that 1 his first political defeat, I but ha? been campaigningfor the NAACP the Congress for In Jacksonville, the chairmanof I The 52-year-old actor-singer:
of the Moses of ,
the state'snine
part of the South 1. of Lot 2 of the Moses carrying seven months against Gore. Racial Duval County Democrats resigned was reported in satisfactory
part of Equality the Americansfor
E. Levy Grant. and that congressional districts. I Gas Genie
the North V. of Lot 7 of the Moses E.8 Howard Baker Jr., whose late Democratic Action "and as a delegate to the party's condition today. I says:
Levy Grant. and that part of Lot Businessman M. M. Bullard ran national convention and in-
Grant and that father was a long term con-
E. Levy other factions
of the Moses fringe of this ilk
third.In -
part of Lot 9 of the Moses E. Levy gressman steamrollered nominal dicated he will support the Re- Rogers' wife, actress Dale
that rut of Sections 21. plus many of the more irrespon- WHEN THETEMPERATURE
Grant. and a Fayette County general
22. 23. 25. IllS RME and opposition for the right to publican Sen. Barry Goldwater. Evans, said the condition devel-
lection R2IE. sible labor unions the real!
31 IllS election held concurrently with are
that part of Richard D. Barker said "Un-
side face Bass in the elec ,
general about
of either 10 after
ft. oped
within 1000 years ago,
that lies 54.41.. he statewide primaries, Negro- extremists in the United States.
right-of-way line of U. til now conservatives in this
of the ,
is located Rogers fell from a horse.
described property backed candidates lost overwhelmingly tion.Bass
The along above U. S. 441 from the Southern indicated he did not feel Tom Fairfield Brown of Tampa country have. had little choice ,. IS HIGH
I in sheriff and tax '
. ooundary line (of No.the 2).existing South to GainesvilleZone the Ala- his civil rights bill vote hurt his ) in a statement released between the two parties both -- i9 fi''vs
District assessor races billed as tests of ,
chua County line. less the city limits of I campaign for the two years re- Thursday through state GOP have been controlled by liber-
Micanopy. I their voting strength in the rural -. ATHENS (AP-Queen) Mother YOUR BILLS
APplication No. 69 Estsbhsh Zone District malning of the term of the late headquarters, said these groups, als. ,

County No.Commissioners 17 (Requested) by the Board of Negroes South. outnumber whites 2- Sen. Estes Kefauver. But his opponents -"hold the whip hand over the "We do have a choice this 'II Frederika of Greece has recovered -y ARE LOW
from fever
That part of Sections 31 T6S RUE. and hammered away at that Lyndon Johnson year and I am going to supporta a high
and regime.
part of Section 36 T7S R17E. to-I numerically in the county I '
that caused virus infection the
that part of Sections 6, 7. 8. 17. U. 19. issue. He said he considered the man who will defend and pro- by a ,

20.that 29.part 30. 32.of alld the 33 George T7S RISE Atkinson and located on the Mississippi border heavy vote for him an endorse- "They demand and command tect the Constitution. ." I royal palace announced today. C WITH
and voter registration
Grant. and that part of Sections 3. ment of his record which has the turn on many of the John He didn't mention Goldwaterby
The announcement said the
21, 22. 26, 27, 28. 34 ,
4. 9. 10. 15. 16. drives by northern college students -'
and 35 T8S RISE and that part of the followed closely the programs of son political jigsaw puzzles that name.In queen mother, 46, had been con
hundreds of Negro
and that part put
Fernandez Sections 1. Grant 2 In and out of Arredondo books for the Kennedy and Johnson ad- are shoved on Americans as fined to bed, but that her temperature :: natural
Grant. 11. 12. 13. and 24 195 RISE names on registration ministrations.With substitutes for responsible government the Court of the County Judge Ala gas
returned '
and that part of Section 36 TIOS the first time. chua County, Florida In Probate to normal

Ills R 19E,R19E.and that and that part part of of Section Section 1 Negro attorney A. W. Willis 2521 of 2702 precincts reporting -I Brown said."Extremists policy. and action," In NELSON r.: Estate H. of GOODWIN Thursday. It gave no other de

31, TICS R2CE. and that part of Sections Bass had 300,780 votesto Deceased. tails.
,. 7. 21, 22. 28. 27. 34. and 35 CALL FOR BIDS re All Creditors and Persons Having
T11S R20E. and that part of the South MUNICIPAL WATER 210,348 for Clement and 77,398for I themselves, and i Claims or Demands Against Said Estate I'',
\.. of Lot 1 of Moses E. Levy Grant Bullard. : AIR CONDITIONINGNow
and that part of Lot 7 of the Moses E. SEWERAGE IMPROVEMENT depending upon these far out You and each of you are hereby noti- I
Levy Grant, and that cart of Lot 8 PROGRAMCITY Six incumbent congressmen :ned and required to present any claims KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) -'
the Johnson
Mo E. Levy Grant and that OF STARKE. FLORIDA ;cliques, buckaroos md demands which you or either of
of the es
part of Lot 9 of the Moses E. Levy SEALED PROPOSALS will be receivedby two Republicans and four would have us believe there is ;you, may have against the estate of Nepal's ambassador to the Unit,
a the Clerk. City of Starke. Flori- NELSON H. GOODWIN deceased latef
City I
Grant. that lies within 1000 ft. of either Democrats renomination Air Condition home and have
won the
side of the right-of.way line of Interstate da, until 7:00 P.M. (Eastern Standard something sinister about Americans -I said County, to the County Judge of ed States, M.P. Koirala, has resigned you can your
1-75. all being and lying within Time) on August 28. 1944 and publicly but Clifford Davis, the I Uachua County. Florida. at his office In the Foreign Office
Alachua County. Florida opened thereafter at the special City simply wanting to live I I he court house of said County at GaineS- announced luxury of a Gas fired air conditioning unit with no en-
Less that part of the above describedland Council Meeting to be held on that NOTICE OF INTENTION TO rllle Florida within six calendar today. The announcement !
that lies within the City limitsof date for additions and improvements to REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME soundly, safely and sanely in a :months from the time of the first publiation -
Alachua and Less Zone Districts the municipal sanitary sewerage sys.tem Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Republican form of of this notice. Each claim or demand gave no reason, saying gine, no compressor, only whisper quiet cooling ,
11, 12. and 15. consisting of (a) sewage treatment Statutes. notice is her.oy given that the government I shall be in writing and shall state only that King Mahendra had ,
The above described property Is located plant, including new contact aeration undersigned. C. D. CUTTS. C. R. CLARK. that safe guards individual 1 he place of residence and post office I at 50% lower rate.
along the entire route of I-75 from the unit clarifier, aeration unit digester.air doing business under the firm name of iddress of the claimant, and shall be accepted Koirala'seffective resignation
Northern to the Southern boundaries of blower system chlorine contact FLORIDA I WHOLESALE. 1490 Hawthorne rights but denies special privilege -;sworn to by the claimant, his agent his
Alachua County. less the existing zoned amber, laboratory. and influent pumping Road. Gainesville. Alachua County Flor to attorney, and any such claim or demand Aug. 18. CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE
districts and less the city limits of Ala- station with commlnutor pumps. ida. intends to register said fictitious any Brown ;lot so filed shall be void. I
Chua drives and modifications; and (b) grave lame under the provisions of the aforesaid CLAIBORNE M. GOODWINAs
Application No. 70 Establish Zone District ity trunk sewer Statute. said.He administrator of the Estateof
No 18 (Requested by the Board of All work performed shall be In ac- Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 6th NELSON H. GOODWIN
County Commissioners) cordance with the plans. scecification day of August A. D., 1964. predicted election of Sen. deceased NEW YORK (AP) Richard :
That part of Sections 35 and 34 T7S and contract documents pertaining there- C. D. Cutts 'First publication July 24 1964 Gainesville
R21E end thM part of Sections 1, 2, to. which may be examined at the office C. R. Clark Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the'3514) 7:24. 31; 8:7. 14n Burton has set a record. He's'played G -c

11, 14 (outside city limits of Waldo). of the City Clerk City of Starke.Ilftrl04 3544) I:7, 14 21, 23 GOP nominee as president and -the Court of the County Judge Ala- "Hamlet" more times in mPQnv
,,_ ,
23 (outside city limits of Waldo)I. 24. an/I at th'* ,Hffir* A!' Punni,4cSmith "-' -- :hua County Florida In Pro bite.In .
25. and 26. lBS R21E. and that partof Y'a d Hills, Architect' and En- It NOTICE known that OF ELECTIONBe I I. TOM ADAMS. "a clean sweep for the Republican -I re: Estate ef New York than any other actor.Burton's .
Sections 30 and 31 T8S RUE. and neers. 4019 Boulevard Center Drive I:3. G. Harrison
that part of Section 6 in and out of (Post Office Box 4850). Jacksonville Flo- do Secretary hereby of give State notice of the that State a GENERAL of Florida. slate in Florida." Deceased performance Thurs I 237 W. Un Iv. Ave. Phone FR 2-6391
Arredondo Grant 7 in and out of Ar- rida. Plans and specifications may be ro All Creditors and Persons Having
redondo Grant 17 IS In and out of purchased from Reynolds. Smith and ELECTION will" be held in Alachua 4:llaims or Demands Against Said Es- day night at the Lunt-Fontanne:
Arredondo Grant. 19 outside Arredondo Hills for the sum of S24.00 per set thecost County. Florida on Tuesday next sec IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1 late: ,
Grant. 20. 28. 29. ., and 33 T9S' of one set of plans and specifica- ceeding the first Monday in November IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY You and each of you are hereby nott- --
R22E. and that part of Sections 3. 4. lions will be refundable to General Contractors A. D.. 1944. the said Tuesday being the INRE: t ned and required to present any claims
t. 10. 15. 22. 23. 34 (outside city limits who submit bona fide bids. upon third day of November, to fill the following Estate of .nd demands which you, or either of
ef Hawthorne). 35 (outside city return In good condition within ten (10) offices: EFFIE MAE NORRIS 1 ou may have against the estate of O.
limits of Hawthorne). TitS R22E. and days after bid opening Individual COIles United States SenatorRepresentative eceased. I:;. Harrison. deceased late of said County --
that part of Sections 2. 3. 10. 15. 16. of the specifications and partial sets in Congress for the Eighth It t to the County Judge of Alachua i
21. 22. 27. 33. 34 IllS R22E and that 'of drawings may be procured for $5.00 Congressional District NOTICE TO CREDITORS 4:ounty. Florida at his office in the TIME IS MONEY.
part of Sections 3. 4. 9. 10. 15. 16. 21 per copy and SO.50 per sheet respectively. Thrf'l(3) Justices of the Supreme Court, All creditors of the Estate of Effie I:ourt house of said County at Galnesille. I
and 22 T12S R22E that! les' within 1000 ly. refundable. Groups 1. 2 end 3 Mae Norris deceased are hereby noti- Florida ""within six calendar months .
ft. of either side of the rightofwayline A Bid Bond properly executed by the One (1) Judge of the District Court of find and required to file any claims or I from the time of the first publicationf I
of U. S. 301 all being and lying Bidder and by a qualified Surity. or a Appeal for the First Appe'lte" District. demands which they may have against I) this notice. Each claim or demand
within Alachua County. Florida. certified or cashier's check on any National One (1) Circuit Judges. Eighth Judicial said Estate in the offce: of the County I hall be in writing and shall state the
The above described property is located or State Bank in a sum not less Circuit: Judge of Alachua County. Florida. in the I place of residence and post office ad- ,
than five of the Governor: Courthouse at Gainesville. Florida, within I ress of the claimant. and shall be !
along the entire route of U S. 301 percent (5 per cent) If
You Have A
:... from the Northern to the Southern Boundaries amount. made payable to the City of Secretary of State six calendar months from the date of !worn to by the claimant, his agent,j Room, ApartmentOr
of Alachua County. less the city tarkf, Florida must accompany each Comptroller the first publication of this Notice. Each I,is attorney. and any such claim or demand -
limits of Waldo and less the city limits bid as a guarantee that the Bidder willnot Commissioner of Agriculture claim or demand must be in writing I not so filed shall be void.
Of Hawthorne. withdraw from the competition af.ter Treasurer and must state the place or residence and -s-Ross D. HarrisonAs
Application No. 71 Rezone from Agriculture opening the bids and in the event Attorney GeneralSuPt'rintl'fldent post offce; address of the claimant and executor of the Last Will House to Rent
to Business "B" (Requested by the contract Is awarded to the Bidder.he of Public Instruction must be sworn to by the claimant hisgent and Testament of
Mr. Bob Orrell Buckler) will within ten (10) days thereafter, Florida Public Utilities CommissionerState or his attorney, or it will become O. G. Harrison, deceased REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS
The South 300 ft. of the North 445 ft. 'enter Into contract and furnish the required Attorney of the Eighth Judicial void according to law. I First publication July 17, 1964.
Circuit Dated this 5th day of August. !(349.7:17., 24 31; t:7
bOnd. which
of lots 20. 21. and 22 Section 13 TIOS fauna shall foret -
R20E lying Southwest cf State Road deposit as liquidated damages. TheBid Public Defender, Eighth Judicial Circuit A. DoO 1964. YOU MORE than
the ad that rentit
No. 20. All being and lying within Ala- Bond and Performance Bond are One (1) Member of the House of Representatives WATER and ICE TEA
chua County. Florida. required to be secured from an agency -s-Mabelle Bland Allen
The above described property Is located 'of the Surity or Insurance Company. County Judge MAEBELLE BLAND ALLEN GLASSESFor !
at 5717 Southeast Hawthorne Road (State 'IIIIhldt agency shall have an established Clerk of the Circuit Court as Executrix of the Estate
Road No. 20). piece of business In the State of FlorIda -' Sheriff of Effie Mae Norris deceased I Motels C, Restaurants
Application No. 72 Rezone from Agri- and be duly licensed to conduct Tax AssessorTax First publication on
Collector August 7th, 1944AGAN. II
I business therein
culture to Business "B" (Requestedby SPENCECHEMICAL
Thomas Travis) Each bid shall be addressed to theCity County Superintendent of Public Instruc- CROUCH & ANDERSON Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
I: Council. City of tarke. Florida.nd tion. 212 Southeast First Street
Commence *t the Southwest corner'
e'e Nfthve-t lection .."7* i! marked "Municipal Water and Sewerage Supervisor of RegistrationThree ainesville. Florida ; SUPPLY CO.
RUE thence run N 0 degrees 00'..'* E I Improvement Program. City of (3) Members of the Board of Attorneys for Executrix I FR 2-2186 EVERY DAY until it Is rented :
'onq the West line of said Section 34 '::Starke. Florida", and delivered to the CSt'nty Commissioners. Districts 1. 3.and ._ 42) 7, U, lh !SDU .
5CS ft. to the P_O.B.i thence run S I Office. of the. City" Clerk. City of Starre. I,_ .S_ __ 1 -:: -.- -' -------- -
.- 88- degrees Sr 16" E' 215 ft.> -thence Florida errter ey a representative of the Two tO) wemoers' of the Eoard of Public IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: [:
Bidder: who shall obtain a receipt therefore Instruction. Districts 2 and 3 ___
run N 0 deq-ees 00 50" E 819 49 f4 .c
.. thence run N 89 degrees 33 26" W 215- or by registered mail with return Judge of the Court of Record I i:2: DINE AT THE SIGN OF THE '- -- -

ft. to the West line of Section :34 T7S receipt requested.The County SolicitorCounty j kidiL $40 per mo . $l.33perdcy
City reserves the right to SorveyorIn ;
RUE thence run S 0 degrees 00' 44"W %
Informalities In any bid; to reiect any Testimony Whereof. I have $ -- -
along said section line 81742 ft. to or all bids in whole or in part with hereunto set hand and .
P.O.B. All'...being and lying in the without cause. and-or to accept the bids the Great my Seal of the is: SAT. COMPLETE LUNCHEON $50 per mo . $1.66perdoy _
Northwest of RUE. .
Section 34 T7S
that In Its (udgment' will be for the best State of Florida, at Tallahassee. -
The above described' property Is located interest of the City of Starke Florida. the Capital, this
I sI 1i
approximately ft. North of the ; CANADIAN
HighSprings ;
thirty-first $
City limits and approximately day of per mo . .
C THE. ,
July A. D.. 1944
1800 ft. West of U. S. 441 In Section :34 CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABY TOM riM2- BACON

T7S Application R17E No. 73 Establish Zone District City MERRILL Clerk EDWARDS (SEAL) RET"'RY OF STATE ,0'r Candied Yams C $60 pr mo . $2.OOp.rdoy _

No. 19 (Requested by the Board (3527) 7.31 I:?. 14 _(3543) I:?. 14. 21. 21 S Health Salad 67 > .
of County Commissioners) .
Section 11 T9S R70E and Section 12 r Hot Com Stick
.. YeS R2CE less thatpartof Section ; A Butter $65 per mo . $Ll6p.rdcy .

that lies within 1000 ft. of each -:121 I Hot Coffee or
of the right-ofway line of State Iced Tea
Ifo24. COMPLETEYour $70 per mo . $2.33perday
The above described property Is located ,
.. at the Community of -rbarks in Sections MINEy-j Second Cup of Coffee or .
11 and 12 TfS R20E
.. All recommendations of the Zoning Iced Tea Is Always Free $75 per mo. . $Z5Operday .

Commission will be presented to t" e .
Board of County Commissioners a t I *
their meeting to be held at 2;30 P.M. $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day %
on Tuesday. September 1. 1944. Lunch II :30 am to 2:05 pm Lunch & Dinner Specials : ::
ALACHUA COUNTYZONING Just tell us how much Cash 24 I Cast .
24 Dinner 4:30 8:05 Served Every
: Howard COMMISSION you need to pay old! YCMI.u..tlaly. You J Monthly pm to pm Day $85 per mo., . $283perday :-X: 1 :
By Rece.
: Weston. Secretary 'bills for home im f. Payment Recei.Payp.awprovements -
: C3S44) B:?
car repairs $11.00 s42LOOr2SJO ....
for all $90 per mo $3.OOperday *
your 16.00 eeee :
Air Conditioning j seasonal expenses. 269.00 537oaI 31.00 I' ROUMANIAN STEAK . . 69c : -- X -I; .
33300 2000 60000 34.39 With French Fried Potatoes : ...
Phone prompt, 11 !: -- .1

FEDDERS courteous service. Pjym.nti include Mttrtst and principal. I CLUB or T-BONE STEAK . 89c /r $95 per mo . $316p.rdcy T *f r

I W;.h French FnW Po*.*.M ". ; .

Add central air conditioning to LOANS UP TO $600 $100 : :
per mo. . $3.33 per day .
C. hot air central heating Or _
have both installed at big

.; savings.; FREE ESTIMATES t -r CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUJl




HEATING SERVICE : 204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6-4661 j CONDITIONED FREE PARKING
714 N.W. 23rd Blvd. 2-3705 j FREE BANQUET FACILITIES CALL MR. MASON 376-4491



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111 0 mEn unit f fAfflIL y yRuth Nancy Pepper ComplimentedMrs.

u-- -- -- tI Weimer-Women's Editor Justus Williams and l day afternoon to compliment,r Club.. Party hours were listed

TODAY, August 7 SATURDAY, August 8 Mrs. Frank at a McCormick luncheon Wedne entertained ... Miss Nancy Pepper, brideelectof from 5 to 7 p.m.

Rehearsal dinner honoring Bridesmaids luncheon com- Bride-to-be Honored : John Rudolph Carswell II of Following the reception, Mr.

plimenting Miss Peggy Jo Hazelwood, N. C., at the Gaines and Mrs. Harry Duncan will .
Gracy Feiber wedding party, Norris, bride elect of Ran -- __ Vb.-_ Luncheon.Honors ville Golf and Country Club. entertain with a dinner at their
following rehearsal at 6 p.m. i, dall Scott Dampier of Waver > ,
An home, 2620 SW
of Drive
arrangement turquoiseand Eighth ,
Mrs. ly, Mrs. # !
at St. Augustine Lacy L. Doke, Mrs. w white flowers and white Kirkwood.The I i
James G. Febier and Thomas W. E. Cellon, Mrs.. Ralph Cel- 3M
Ion and Mrs. wedding bands centeredthe I
Felber, Holiday Inn. Hugh Colson luncheon wedding of Miss Pepper
Jr., home of Mrs. W. E. Cel and Mr. Carswell will be an
Rehearsal dinner honoring lon, Route three 12:30 p.m. N DUb Places were marked for the event of September 4 at the

Buckler Huguley wedding Wedding of Miss Harriet Miss GaleMrs. honoree her mother Mrs. L. First Presbyterian Church.

party and out of town guests, Jane Hannon to James Alli- ;I Calvert Pepper, Miss Ann Arn-
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn, Mr. son Adkinson Jr., 8 p.m., > ow. Miss Jane Johnston, Miss
and Mrs. J. W. Huguley Jr. First Methodist Church. Reception Joseph P. Gale and her Martha Nay Stedman, Miss

following ceremony at daughter, Miss Patricia Ann Sharon Stedman, Mrs. Ernest
Rehearsal dinner for Han- the Holiday Inn. Gale, fiancee of Edwin Dewi t Bell, Miss Carolyn Branan I I

non Adkinson wedding par- Wedding of Miss Rebecca Cossaboom Jr., gave a lunch- Miss Gaye Woodward, Miss .
ty, 8 p.m., Mr. and Mrs.Or. Jean Wanninger to Jesse A- .. eon at the Tower House yesterday Linda Chamberlin, Mrs. Kenneth tmantll1Ass't.
Sr. of
James A. Adkinson ..
len Hunt, North Central Baptist honoring the bridal attend. Hodge, Mrs. Roy N. GreenJr. (
lando Holiday t- ,,
Church, 7:30 p.m. ) fri ., Mrs. John Rogers and Mrs.

Reception honoring Miss Wedding of Miss Saundra y ,i / ants.The table was centered withan I Andrew Temples.The I I and .Cheese Cold Cuts Cut .;

Nancy Calvert Pepper bride- Lee Buckler-- to-- Jamp----- William..--..... ., .< arrangement of tipped carnations bride-elect t to Order. Also a
elect of John Rudolph Cars- Huguley III, First Baptist -', .' of red, blue and green, was presented I Variety of SaladsTo /
a coffee carafe and
-welLII, Mr. and Mrs. Grier Churh, 4 p.m. the colors of the bridesmaid'sdresses. Charleston Go.

.K 1 r k pat rick, 5 to 7 p.m., Buffet luncheon honoring Place favors were silver cookbook.

Gainesville Golf and Country wedding party and out of town baskets decorated with tiny Reception Today
'dub. guests for the Gracy Feiber ,,:t-: n/ wedding bells. This afternoon, Mr. and Mrs.

:Rehearsal dinner honoring wedding noon, Mr. and Mrs.S. 4 t Miss Gale presented a gift of rier Kirkpatrick honored Miss
their daughter Miss Patricia J. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. \. a monogrammed pin to her Pepper with a reception at the

Ann Gale and her fiance, Ed- Walter Beisler, Dr. and Mrs. .. _s;._ ----- -._I.- ""'.. -:..,,,, -, maid of honor, Miss Marianna Gainesville Golf and Country j
win Dewitt Cossaboom Jr., Walter E. Murphree Dr. and As a pre-wedding courtesy for Miss Ada Smith, whose marriage to Harley ManneIli, and charms to her (Advertisement) I
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Gale, Mrs. David Stryker, Mr. and Gilmore of New Port Richey will take place August 9, a miscellaneous shower I I bridesmaids, Miss Paula Som- ----
3726 NW 36th Street. Mrs. William B. Watson Jr., was given Thursday evening. Miss Smith is pictured above with the shower mese and Miss Patricia Nar- EI
Gainesville Golf and Country hostesses, Mrs. Fred Lyons, left, and her mother, Mrs. Tom Adams, right. ron.
Buffet supper compliment. Club.
ing Miss Nancy Calvert Pep Wedding of Miss Mary Guests included Mrs. Mary ,
per, bride-elect of John Ru- Marguerite Gracy to James Bridal Dorst, of Brooklyn, N.Y., grand- )t
dolph Carswell II of Hazel- George Feiber Jr., 5 p.m., Parties Fete Miss Norris mother of the bride electMiss;

wood, N. C., 7 pjn., Mr. and St. Augustine Chapel. Recep Mannelli, Miss Sommese, Mrs.

Mrs Harry Duncan at their tion following at the home of I Miss Peggy Jo Norris of Lacrosse and lilies-of-the-valley was the Antioch Baptist Church Joseph L. Sommese, Miss

}home, 2620 SW Eighth Drive, the bride's parents, 314 NE bride elect of Randall] sented to Miss Norris and pre-I Friends and relatives are in- Patricia Narron, Mrs. Bernice
I Narron and R. Walk.
Mrs. W.
Kirkwood. 4th Avenue. Scott Dampier of Fla.l E. T. Norris z
Waverly of t vited to attend. PIV.. ictpr. nf. trio. hricfp-plf'l't.
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was nonorea luesaay mgnt bride-to-be received a carna- L +Ir tt' .
with a bridal party given by tion corsage. Lacrosse Shower Rehearsal Dinner Tonight h 1 1as

Parties Given Mrs. John Mott and Mrs. Jim The hostesses presented t he Other parties for the bride This evening, the Gales will t =g i .. -.
Dampier at the Mott home. honoree with a gift of china in elect included a miscellaneousshower entertain with the rehears a I
I More than 50 guests attended. her chosen pattern. given recently at the supper at their home honoringtheir f
Silver candelabra and a cen- Pouring punch were Mrs Lacrosse Clubhouse. G u es ts daughter and her fiance.

.for Miss Wanninger terpiece of carnations and Henry Coleman, Mrs. Be t h el were greeted by Mrs. Mondell An arrangement of roses, the
snapdragons in shades of pink Blanton, and Mrs. John Benton. Cellon. gUt of Mrs. O'Neal Cox, will be
decorated the serving table. Others assisting were Miss I The receiving line Includedthe used to decorate the serving ta

A trio of hostesses will honor Nieland, Mrs. Henry Lunsford, An arrangement of pink and Myrna Lou Rahn, Mrs. A. T I honoree her mother, Mrs. ble.
Miss Rebecca Wanninger and Mrs. Lalia Boone, Mrs. Fred white carnations with miniature Douglas, Mrs. W. A. Johnson, E. Tatum Norris Mrs. J. F. Members of the wedding
: Jesse. Allen Hunt with a dinner Heath Mrs. Harlan Ellis, Mrs. wedding bells was used on the Mrs. Jim Raulerson, and Mrs. Parrish and Mrs. J. T. Sowell party, and the following out of
this evening at 6:30: in the din- Wayne Hill, Mrs. Louis C. Gools- console in the foyer. Favors of Ralph Griggs.The Mrs. Sidney Rogers kept the town guests will be in attend. Warm maple and cozy colonial decor greet you as .
ing room of the North Central by, Mrs. George F. Tubb Mrs. tiny white and pink wedding wedding of Miss Norris guest book at a table laid witha ance. you Store.enter This the decor large spacious new Lowry's Furniture

Baptist.Church preceeding their Cecil N. Smith Mrs. Paul L. bells were used.A and Mr. Dampier will take cutwork cloth and decoratedwith Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Cos- room in your home may with also the be fine carried furnishings out in every

wedding rehearsal. Hanna, Mrs. Stanley Mathis, corsage of white carnations place August 11 at 7:30 p.m. atl pink gladioli and roses. saboom Sr., Melbourne; parts find at Lowry Furniture. you'll
HosTesses will be Mrs. T. E. Mrs.-- Howard-- O. Weems Jr.,, The tea table was covered of the bridegroomto be;

Glenn of Trussville Ala., aunt Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Wallace with a white crochet cloth over Mrs. Alary_ uorst. ot _urooxiyn: ,
of bride-to-be, and her cousins and Mrs. W. L. Cabaniss, Pre-Wedding Events green. An arrangement of yellow .N. Y., grandmother of Miss
Mrs George Glenn, also of grandmother of the bride-elect. I roses in a gold container ;Gale, and her uncle and aunt,
Trussville, and Mrs. Kenneth Clanked by two gold birds and 'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Richo of
Miscellaneous Shower
Harrison of New S m y r n a fruit was used at one end of the j amden[ Conn.WE ': '
Beach. Four hostesses, Mrs. Dudley Honor Miss HannonFeting table with the punch bowl plac .
The Wanninger-Hunt nuptials Gerald, Mrs. A. J. Harvey, Mrs. ed at the other. R Qk p 'IFR E Iyn

will take place tomorrow eve :Audrey Cannon and Miss Clara Miss Jane Hannon, fiancee ed with the bridesmaids luncheon Those pouring were Mrs. Her-
ning at 7:30 p.m. and will be'Harvey, gave a miscellaneous of Jimmy Adkinson a I at the Holiday Inn honoring man Moody and Mrs. Bernard GOT
i shower for Miss Wanninger recently Bay.
followed by a reception at the luncheon was given at the Tower her niece.
home.,of- the bride's I at the Harvey home. Assisting in the hospitalities
mother The
House yesterday by Mrs. luncheon table was adorned tC y'iSs
Mrs:' i1dred Pink and white was emphasized with were Mrs. Larry Rogers Mrs. 'b
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Wanninger, H.M deTamble and her daughter yellow and white sum BID r$ 4 w
NE'Tenth Place. in the shower decorationswith Mrs. Raymond C. Benderof mer flowers. Henry Raattama, Mrs. R. T. I

Buffet Supper Given carnations and snapdragons West Palm Beach.A Among the out of town guests Hargrave and Mrs. 0. A. Register i'i .r r

Among the parties honoringthe I adorning the serving table. color note of yellow andwhite attending were the bridegroom- 'CAUSE WE

affianced couple was a buf Mrs. L. L. Pankratz presidedat was emphasized in the elect's mother, Mrs. James A. Mrs. Ray Thomas presenteda CHARGE SO LITTLE w ,.. r
fet-supper the punch bowl and Mrs. Adkinson of Orlando program of piano selections. .
given recently by luncheon appointments with t and his "
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ash at Harvey poured coffee. yellow and white chrysanthemums sister, Mrs. Nicholas Smith of 'Patio Party Given I rent a car from .
their home. Miss Abby Ash as- Mrs. M. M. Hunt of Archer, forming the centerpiece.The West Palm Beach, and her Miss Norris and her fiance ECONOCAfrom3 a
sisted her parents in the has pi. :mother of the bridegroom-elect presented the aunts Miss Isabel Dixon of were honored at 99M r .
hostesses a
part .
talities. 'was! the only out of town guest Tallahassee, Miss Louise Han ; I.rr.r -
bride-to-be with a yellow rose- recently by Mfr and Mrs. L. B -- -
Yellow and white chrysanthemums 'attending. bud corsage and her mother, non both and Mrs. Theo Hannon,' Rivers Jr., Mr. and Mrs. N. T W.CHRYSLER-built feature Valiant & Gas-ether Modern or Provincial may be your taste. 2317 SW
were used to center the Mrs. Joseph W. Hannon, a corsage of Opelika, Ala. Thomas Sr., Mr. and Mrs. N. 7 oil-lnsur.nce-.lllncludedl ears. 13th St., home of Lowry's Fine Furniture is ready to
buffet table. Shower of yellow chrysanthemums.Places Rehearsal Dinner Thomas Jr., and Mr. and Mrs assist you in any of your decorating problems. Just
Corsages of yellow chrysanthemums marked by cards containing This evening, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tanner who entertain e cat Phone FR 6-3644 shone FR 2-4248 and Mrs. Nina Lowry will be most
were presented to the a picture of the bride James A. Adkinson of Orlando,. the Rivers home. lI 2325 N.W. 13th St. happy to help you.
bride-to-be and her mother will entertain with the wedding
by Fetes elect were laid for the following -,
the hosts, who also gave the guests: rehearsal dinner at 7:30: p.m.
bridal couple a gift. her mother and la the Holiday Inn honoring
The honoree,
Guests i included the honor BrideelectMiss her aunts, Miss Isabel Dixon of Miss The Hannon nuptial and ceremony their son. 111 OPENS THIS SUNDAY 2.8 pm

guests, Mrs. Wanninger Mr. Tallahassee Miss June Dixonof take
place tomorrow
and Mrs. Maxwell Wallace Mr. Lake Wales; Miss Louise evening at. LOCATED HUNDRED BLOCK OF N.W. 34TH STREET
8 in the First Methodist
and Mrs. Charles Finley Mr. Saundra Buckler bride- Hannon and Mrs. Theo Hannon,' p.m.
and Mrs. Cameron Davis and elect of James Huguley III, was both of Opelika, Ala.; her cousin -Church. The bride's parentswill
be hosts at a reception im-
Mrs. Robert Crosby. complimented with a miscella- Miss Judy Dixon of Quincy.
mediately following at the Holiday
neous shower given Wednesday
Luncheon Held Also Mrs. Raymond Philips,
Yellow canna lilies and chrysanthemums night by Miss Helen Ann Davies Mrs. D. T. Philyaw, Mrs. David. Inn.

formed the center- who entertained at her Bristowe Jr., Miss Rosemary 40 BED CAPACITY
piece for the table recently home. Johnson, Miss Kit Stanley and'
Mrs. D. A. Davies, mother of Miss Margaret Henderson of NURSING HOME
when a group of Mrs. Waning
the hostess, assisted in the hos- Tallahassee. i NOW OPEN
er's friends entertained with a
.. luncheon at the Holiday Inn feting pitalities.A Bridesmaids Luncheon I, STARKE NURSING HOME.
the bride-elect. bridal motif was featuredin This afternoon, Miss June Rd.NStarka
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Gainesville Sun Friday August 7, 1964 -

What's your problem For a general (

Just Ask reply, writ to Akby. Box 3365.Brerfr ll
Hilli, C.lil. 90212, and <
; Include a self-addressed stamped envelope. lEt
ry t Abigail Van Buren Abby answers all mail. a t-T )

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DEAR ABBY: I was going through my daughter's dresser you notes and my mother says I should just thank her for You can t Nbut i have WHAT KIN AH Just NAME .Y Leave
drawers looking for something I had misplaced when I came the gift and let it go at that I think I should tell her there WHARiS ,tD see many me.miles I'm, electronic a sort Of YO'erkotlrl7t' Yo DOTO; FO'SAV1N'THANK one '1TAH,LL Daisy
across a letter she had written to you, but not mailed. In it wasn't any five dollar bill inside because maybe she forgotto UtFRIE ND? r'f SFIOREto MAN little DO ;
she thanks you for helping her out of some "mess" she had put it in, or someone opened the envelope, took it out and I AHWANTSTOSNAKE'iOR Y your HAS!! 5ANITYV thing!!
gotten herself into. We are very close, my daughter and I, sealed it back again. What do you think? I don't want her >: b12in 1
and she has always come to me with all her little problems.I to think I am hinting for the money. HAND. J ,
don't want to ask her what the "mess" was she had writ- PUZZLED I $
ten to about because I don't want her to get the impres- rIJ
you I
DEAR PUZZLED: Write and 0
thank her for rememberingyou
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but I want
sion that I was snooping through her things, your
on graduation, and tell
Please don'tfeel your her frankly that no money
explanation of that "mess" whatever it was. was enclosed. P I
that you would be betraying her confidence by anythingyou N a
tell me, Abby because we are just like sisters, and she s cam.
tells me everything anyway. She signed herself "OLD DEAR ABBY: I was asked to be a bridesmaid. The bride's 0 J .
ENOUGH." mother is making all the bridesmaids' dresses in the same
i HER MOTHER style, but in different colors. I am the only redhead in the r
i f fi bunch, and she gave me the pink dress to wear. Abby, red.. --,
MOTHER Since she tells everything,
DEAR : you
heads can't wear pink! I asked her if I could have another YEP-BUTSHES f
I why don't yon ask her? color, but she said all the other colors were taken. Should I H IS LOWEEiy HOME,A SORTA BUSY / IN TH'WOODSHED
f. wear pink and look terrible or should I drop out of the bridal mot MISTOFER SMIF? RIGHT NOW, I DOIN'ALEETLE
r DEAR ABBY: Will you please help settle an argument be- party? I've never been a bridesmaid before and hate to passit ,. ELVINEYrr \ CHORE x'a
t tween my mother and me? A friend of ours to whom I had up, but I am afraid l'lllook like a freak. M
I sent an announcement of my high school graduation sent mea HATES PINK
: very nice card and on it she wrote: "I did not know what DEAR HATES: You just THINK you can't wear pink. N
! to get you so I have enclosed a five dollar bill." Abby, Thanks to modern art, colors that have been clashing for
the envelope was sealed up tight (I opened it myself) but years are now on good terms, and very smart. Wear pink,
there was no five dollar bill Inside. I am writing my thank- and think: Picasso. 81 T

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SMILE! With Art Buchwald= r


Trial Balloon for Oscarme. I SMAYNOTB5VE2V LETS CHANGETHE


WASHINGTON As soon as Union, among all the people, ." one who lives in Brooklyn is < s
President Johnson announced'experienced in foreign and do- I "What do you want me to I ineligible to be his running 1=
the elimination of his Cabinet:mestic affairs, a man of the say?" !mate." I
as Vice Presidential candidates people who felt a compassion. "Say that President John: 'It's a gamble I'll have to a
we received a telephone ate concern for their welfare, son's advisors are very worried take," Uncle Oscar said. "The
call from our Uncle Oscar. and he should be attractive, about the behind the -'scenesof I President needs someone from I i y
"Well," he chortled, "I'm prudent, and progressive. If my supporters to make the'New York to balance his ticket.It IS)
still in the race." that doesn't describe me, I President take me as his can't be Mayor Wagner so : I
"How's that?" we asked. don't know what does." ning mate. Point out that run-I who else could it be?" ;; .
"He eliminated Rusk, Shrier \'- "What about the states?" rumored that your Aunt Molly "Okay, Uncle Oscar, TH do 4
Freeman, McNamara "I've traveled all the it but don't mad -------
and over may show up at the Democratic get if the M
Bobby Kennedy, but he didn't United States," he said, "and Convention in Atlantic City President rules you out by Ie GARY FINALLY TOUT ME THAT NO..NCI YOUR& THERE MIND ANY THAT OOESTIOM GARY WAS IN YOU NO PROOF HAVE I 1MTENP GET THAT FOR/VDtf PROOP..ANP-"
mention my name. Obviously I've been wellreceh'fevery- and cause an emotional stam- name." : HE WAS AT THE LARK WITH YOU.. IT 15NY! 6EATEN UPW KENOS MO65TER5? PO YOU? HELP ME GET i\! PATHI / -
he's still thinking about me." where I went As for getting pede for me."Indicate "If he rules me out, he's going I ANP THAT YOU LOST SEVERAL
"But Uncle Oscar," we said, along with people except for I that all this is be- to have to offer me another Ii# THCL'SMW NIGHT B THAT OC LLAR5 WE THAT TRUTH?' iVOuiF
"that's taking a lot for granted. Harry Dalinsky, I don't havean ing done without my knowledgeor job." i i
Just because he didn't eliminate enemy in the world. And I support but at the same "What did you have in H f} 1 !
you by name doesn't have compassion for everybody time I haven't done anything mind?" < 11 87 ,
mean you're up for consideration except for Harry, who 'to discourage people working "Hell probably want me to "
as President Johnson's cheats at pinochle." for nomination." I "
my be his campaign worker, but I
running mate." "Even if President Johnson's I "But the trial balloon could think I'll hold out for Secretaryof j O ;;::
"Oh, yeah, wise guy! Well, description does fit you, Uncle react against ," State." j 0 P Le
how about the President's description Oscar how do you propose to you we warned. And what about Aunt
of the type of man he go about getting the nomina- "If. President Johnson feels Molly?" I Q S .
wants for the job? He he's being forced into
> said he tion? taking "If Johnson gives me a good _
should be a man who is well "I thought you'd send a he might call h + I
up you, a press con- job, I'll try to talk her out of]
received. in all the states of the trial balloon in your column for :ference and announce that any going to the convent n."
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Show Open "t'.M- ,-x Actor Gielgud NegativeOn

\ To Cowboys KidsAnother -- Filmed

", !r t :" ., Stage PlaysBy

Alachua County Mounted Posse. -
Pleasure Horse Show will get Anyone with a horse and a BOB THOMAS

underway with a special calf- dollar entry fee for each event AP MovleTelesloD Writer DINING

roping event tomorrow night at is eligible to compete in any of HOLLYWOOD (AP) The &
the 20 different events. Admit-
5:30.: filming of plays, such as
The main show begins at 7:30'tance is free to the public.
p.m. at the Alachua County The different events are arranged the upcoming "Hamlet" with ENTERTAINMENT
Riding H or s e Assn. Show to allow everyone-in- s Richard Burton, is not such a

Grounds on Waldo Rd., accord- cluding children under six years good idea, declares British ac
ing to the sponsor, Sheriff Joe old-a class in which amateurscan tor-director John Gielgud. (1e mteuaIcaeayGrn! ,
Crevasse's Alachua County safely "compete."
"The primary purpose of the Others think so Warner "We had certain problems 703 From Area

horse show is to get young people Brothers has recorded the Bur- with it. We played the first four I
interested ton just as In I
according to a performance on tape weeks at the O'Keefe Theater in Hospitals
member of the sheriff's posse, it was played at the Lunt-Fon-
Toronto which too immense Some 703 area residents are
Has Film deputy John Tileston.He /eY tanne Theater in New York, and was
said entries have rangedin .'- /: will show it four times Sept. 23 to get any idea of how the play I patients in state mental hospi-
Division of Mental
Stars WildBy the past from children of six .. <.< ,. ....... .. .;; --.-:. .. and 24 in theaters throughoutthe was going. It wasn't until we got1{!]Health reports.
months to ----- ---- nation. Now there is talk
a 75-year-old compet- to Boston that I could see what These include 178 from Ala-

itor.The that Laurence Olivier's "Othel- was wrong. By then it was too,' 5:30
JAMES BACON functions of the Mounted This classic situation in calf-roping will be repeated in a p.m. special lo" on the London stage will ge''
18, Gilchrist
t, late. IiI 6, Levy 33, Ma-
AP Mo\ie-Television Writer Posse range from searching event that precedes the next Alachua County Pleasure Horse Show tomorrow the same treatment. I rion 175, Putnam 104 and Un-
HOLLYWOOD (AP) The for lost children and
escaped directed Burton "I think the ion 133.
i Even he publicity overpowered -
though ;
Watusi and its 57 wiggling prisoners to making public appearances night at 7:30 p.m. at the Alachua County Riding Horse Assn. Show Grounds on '
in "Hamlet," Gielgudopined the play. We were almost Eoollarkct
: variations-has taken the in horse shows and CC
.. twister. parades, Tileston said. the Waldo Rd. : "I think it's a bad thingto sold out before we opened.I JACKSONVILLE (AP) The

It's danced at swank movie film stage plays as is, exceptfor All I wanted to do was serve the!Northeast Florida Egg Market

colony parties in black tie and a historical record. The twc play, but other elements intervened prices to retailers:

at a half-dozen Sunset Strip Citizens Band Use to Be Curbed techniques are entirely differ The hybrid cast of Brit- Extra large 424 46, mostly
nightspots by the sweatshirt and 45-46; large 404-45, mostly 42;
ish and
and shouldn't be mixer Americans didn't work
ent, one
Capri pants set. medium 34-37, mostly 3637;
And man, it's wild! Nrm Dark lUtntt [warns that if there is continue nunicating with her husban'" ""Iso facilitate their detection.I with the other." too well. I think you need more small 2528, mostly 27.

An anthropologist of the dance By JACK GOULD misuse of operating privilege n the field or a store givin The majority of the 700,000 The actor admitted that he time with Americans before Poultry at farms: fryers 14;

might see it as a full cycle from NEW YORK An unauthor- it will consider again the fund lirections to its deliver, :itizen's band units now licensed has recently realized the differ- they can do Shakespeare well." hens none.

primitive man back to primitiveman. ized radio hobby that has amental question of whetherthe trucks. involved expenditures of at' ence, as far as his own work is .
convenience, in The reduction in channels foi
mushroomed late a multimil- public east $100 per unit. Many individual concerned. The result is an up- TONIGHT!
The Watusi it's named fora lion dollar branch of the elec- terest or necessity is served bj interstation communication vs. 1 1
tribe of tall Africans-is harder tronics industry is the target of continuance of the service." I I expected to remove much of citizen's band hobbyistshave turn of his film career."I IVE-INTHEATRI AND SATURDAY

to describe than do. The a crackdown by the Federal In an equally severe restric- the appeal of citizen's band protested to the FCC that was always trying too hardin lE N JMO.NNSHOWTIME 7 :3C

dancer keeps his feet flat on the Communications Commissionin tion the Commission has ruled radio for hobbyists, known as their investment should not be films," said Gielgud, who has

floor, shuffling them in a three- a new order affecting 700- that communication betweentwo "hams," a corrupt abbreviation placed in jeopardy. appeared in scores of plays but i

step while wiggling his hips and 000 licensees.If separately owned stations of "amateur." Interfer- only 10 films. "Stage people are Three Human Lives

the shoulders forward, up and new rules which become may be done on only seven of ence on the existing 23 chan- Prof Attends inclined to attempt too much in I ,', Wonderfully Bewitched

back. effective Nov. 1, do not halt the 23 channels assigned to the I Icitizen's nels has been acute in many films, and that was my fault. By an Enchanted Cat I
Lana Turner is one of the wild- idle chattering over the air- band service in the 11- parts of the country and isolat- Film technique is something S.
est Watusi dancers in town. So meter short wave band. At present ing the would be hobbyists on Law WorkshopUniversity quite different. It is more of a (if I
waves by both adults and
.1 all .. _\" __ 1ft Id t : 1_ :_ 1rA_.: _." .s :-. JIallDlsrre3t __
is Patrice wymore. wnen producer youngsters, the Commission the hobbyists me using ; cvcuuaUIlCIt: wou ma eria Uupu.&JaLJuJJ.He :
23 channels for talking between Iy disrupt their pastime and of Florida law professor in his
Ross Hunter gave a plush warned, the government may I now perfoming THE I
black tie party recently after consider shutting down the citizen's different stations. f Dexter Deloney is one of second Hollywood film. The first IfoomasimShe

the showing of his movie "The band radio service in its The effect of the new rules is 54! law teachers attending a was "Julius Caesar". He is por-

t Chalk Garden," he brought on a present form.In The New York Times clar- traying a suicidal British actor,
ommercial law
group of real Watusi dancers to recent weeks the popularity fieg that this story may give workshop atNew in Tony Richardson's satire of live threi of her

entertain. of citizen's band radio the that the Fed- York University School of Hollywood, "The Loved One."I i nine lives to i
One of the Gielgud, 60, 1 little lost...
They didn't entertain long be- equipment has come to general Communications Commission Law. reasons girl
cause half the movie stars were I notice through the use of mo- crackdown is delighted with the role: It allows -' I lonely mm mdI
is going to bejutiful witch!
on the floor doing the wild gyra bile facilities by picketers at on amateur radio operators fo bw .X .. The workshop ends August 27. him to wear modern dress.I

tions. the opening of the World's Fair as well as citizen's band ( Y>rjI4 Grants ranging from $122 to Gielgud was asked how he
The current madness also in- and the Maccabees patrollingthe -2nd Feature-
hobbyists. Holders of amateur 5600 a person were provided to thought the Burton "Hamlet"I
cludes the frug, the swim, the Crown Heights section of I
knownas turned
radio service licenses, the professors through a Ford out.
hitch hike and the hitchhiker.In Brooklyn.The VICTOR MATURE
who must Foundation
"Hams, pass grant. His comment: I
the frug the feet stand still new FCC rules were examinations in technical the- a .
shakes rattles after the Commissionwas RHONDA FLEMING
and the torso adopted
and know the international -
and rolls. 1 swamped with more than ory Morse code, are not affected I i ACADEMY AWARD ; :j ( : RED BUTTONS
San Francisco is the home of 2,500 comments and sugges- by the new rules. I .,

"the swim." It's easy to do tions on the future of the citizen's Licensees owning citizen'sband I WINNER! 41-1n. KATHRYN GRANT
just the Australian crawl with a band service.In y I
; tramsmitters and receivers r _
its order the Commissionsaid 4 : : VINCENT
beat. tiLL'it
are the target of the FCC. "III VII PictureOf
The gully is a dance : "Best Foreign _
hully No tests required of citIzen's .9 yq 1k i *
are 'Ei : j
where the feet move along with "While anticipating that the band operators.to 'g.j The _

the shoulders. rule amendments will assist DAVID NELSON
AH the dances are easy to do. the conscientious licensee to reserve 16 channels chan- ENDS SAT.

That's part of their popularity.The operate in accordance with the nels 1 through 8 and 15 through PlaygroundLeader .r, I RICHARD DAVIS pttsMteBOURGUIGNOirS GILBERT ROLAND3rd

idea is to keep moving. spirit and intent of the rules 22 for use by a single licen- '

The rock 'n' roll beat will do and thereby lessen enforcement see talking to his own units, i ..
Mrs Eunice Carter teacher t fI Feature
a -
problems, the Commission such as a farmer's wife com- I
of the moving for +
,. most you. I ground, is recreation leader at Duval and play'I''I r t' g BIND CROSBY BOB HOPE JOAN COLLINSPANAMA

Ids mentary School for the & FRANK'S
Reyno Keeps summer recreation program. ..

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'Molly Brown' Buoyant Local Armpar SingerTo : At I. H L vr mE

3rrn bark QJimra created on Broadway, Johnny the others more grotesque than iiitcjin; s ''i erse rot It 1II"'SIIdIJI"-'zI. Cybsie"frtll the srsbeG9 1:00-3:10-5:00 : -::

A. H. WEILER Brown. They are physically mis- life, her unharnessed enthusiasm b i 7:10 & 9:20 DOROTHY LAMOUR _

By had little matched, but are, oddly enough is a delight.As WHITE SPRINGS Suzanne .

Since they the have musical field perfectly fitted to their assign- the extremely tall, ruggedly .Martin, a 17-year old G a i nes-
competition in ments. And, in retaining Peter ville soprano will be featured in The Man With the Most
Metro-Gold- handsome blond
in the recent past, to have Gennaro to repeat as chore o g- Harve Presnell is the personifi-Johnny, a special program Sunday at Original Mind in the U. S. cd;
wyn-Mayer appears have acquired a Navy and the Most Pin-Up
struck a rich lode in "The Un- rapher they cation of a patient young lov- 3 p.m. in the Tower Auditor- Girls!
talent who gives the film its
sinkable Molly Brown," (opening -outstanding virtue. er who strikes it rich and is will- ium at the Stephen Foster Mem- DRIVE.IN THEATRE
tonight at the Gainesville ing to wait for his rambunc- orial.
Drive-In Theater. This is not to say that Mere- tious, roving Molly to come The talented young singer, 4 12..exa.Moca.Raa.Rr 2f.16oee FitSIf(

Big, brassy, bold and f r e e- dith Willson's score is not tune- home if it takes forever., His daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul STARTS TONIGHT! 2 SMASH HITS!
wheeling, it speaks and singsof ful and lilting but to this listener -:acting may be stilted on occasion Martin, 2201 NW 36th Drive, was
that extroverted Molly who it is good, sweet corn that is but his operatic tenor winner of the 1963 Junior Jeanie Open 7:00 S.. Both Children
Show at Dusk Lote .. 9:45
ranged from uncouth Leadvilleto more palatable than memor-I is big, strong and resonant and Auditions held at the Mem- 12 FREE
able. Mr. Gennaro the other EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING *
Denver to the Continent to on is a welcome change from orial. She will sing four selec- I
hand, has devised dances that """"
find her place high on the social crooning.Eg tions on the program.
I, ladder. The tones are ring- more than complement Mr. Miss Martin, who will be a Shown Fret
Willson's music. They may Begley, as Miss Reynolds' Thejoyfilled
ing, but often hollow. Molly is senior this year at Gainesville
a colorful character all right, seem to be improvised but they foster father, clowns it up hand- High School, is an active mem- i: r1

and the screen, which is as have the true marks of professionalism somely and even manages to her of the GHS Chorus. She has JOSHUA w:''' gss ,

wide as can be, is filled with plotted"en'e,in bounce their and carefully exu- shake a leg in the climactic been chosen to play the lead in lOGANS.a .gn ; story of

vivid colors that help project berance. "He's My Friend" dance. the GHS 1964-65 production of proeuucfton ti r;
S the fact that this is merely a Hermione Braddeley and Jack "Camelot." PuLVeR I America's own

satisfying musical comedy and Several of Mr. Willson's ori- Kruschen, as his hillbilly pals, She studies voice with Mrs. I
have been elim-
songs getupandgogal..all
not an inspired subject. and Martita Hunt, Vassili Lam- Fred Scholfield and is an active SANDS MILLIE PERKINSGET
Helen Deutsch, who adapted and "a new one, "He'sMy boinos and Audrey Christie, as member of the First Baptist
1960 Broad Friend, has been added. Choir. the
Meredith Willson's some of the toffs surroundingMiss
way hit to the screen, has not [Some of the old numbers showno Reynolds, add lively bits There is no charge for the P BEATLE fromragamuffin
digressed too greatly from the signs of wear. Among these here and there. Sunday program other than the YOUR TICKET ,S. way
list the comic march, "I Ain't, A1 Di11 ; V
essentials of Richard Morris's regular gate fee to the Stephen I ; 1
original book. We do not start Down Yet," which is reprised! "The Unsinkable Molly Foster Memorial, on U. S. 41,!

with Hannibal, Mo., but basi- a few times, and the boisterousi I Brown," in the person of Miss three miles from 1-75. I Again In Gainesville pIs$"'. to
cally this is the same Molly, the "Belly Up to the Bar Reynolds, and the other princi- LtlI' 55
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tough tomboy foundling who Both are likely to be BOs'1 pals, often mistakes vigor .S... ...... After 8 Years cheslfl1' !
leaves the Colorado cabin of after they are heard. ,I for art. But Metro's lavish and ..' .....,...... iLt jjP4'

her !childhood to journey to Is My Home" and "I'll Never![:attractive production numbers i fried u
Leadville. There she meets her Say No" do not seem to be bal-i i I make up for this basic super- ALL NIGHT

p rougn hewn Prince Charming, [lads to be remembered forever. shallow-ness I .... ...,.,.....,...,. ..

Johnny (Leadville) Brown, falls "He's My Friend," the new( ... . .....
1 In love and then proceeds t 0 number may not be a musical.. I entertaining addition. 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 GOSPEL SING
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crash nouveauricne u e n v e i milestone, but the dance that
I society by way of a long educational -it provides for Debbie Reynoldsand
" trip to Europe and heroism the entire cast is wildly ex- 8 P.M. Until ?

' during the sinking of the hubrant, fresh and funny. In
Titanic. essence Miss Reynolds's por- Saturday Night-August 8
The powers at Metro were trayal is equally explosive and $: ?

fortunate in casting Debbie Rey- her role gives her opportunities Williams Bros. Qrt.

nolds in the title role and retaining -to be refreshingly tomboy is h Heard on WQIK, Jacksonville, Fla.

Harve Presnell to make such as she has never had be- k4 Bible teaching that Pathfinder's QuartetteHeard
his debut in the role he fore. / : ::3Y'i YflRfCOLOtUTAIAU
screen Since her
role, as well as c clarifies..fortifiesenjoy on WTWB and WPLA, Lakeland, Fla.
good Gospel Music Waymaker's QuartettePride

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CHICAGO (AP) Uncertainty I .
'1''. I 1 1/( ,
hangs over both rivals in the

31st All-Star football game WILL MIRA BE READY TO :THROW
which sends a team in mourn- 'EM?

w; y ing, the Chicago Bears, againsta

team sapped by injuries, the
x1& 3c College All-Stars, in Soldier By BOB GREEN Philadelphia target, Tommy MeMira is the property of the Sunday. The Steelers are idle.

Field tonight. Associated Press Sports Writer Donald, is nearly 3,000 miles 49ers and Graham said it was The Saturday night schedule

The champion Bears of the away playing for Dallas in Los strictly up to San Francisco as has Green Bay vs. St. Louis at

National Football League are Will Miami's George Mira be Angeles. And Paul Hornung gets to whether the 1962 All-America New Orleans, Baltimore vs.

pegged a two-touchdown choice able to play for Coast Guard's back into action in New Orchoice would be available. Philadelphia at Hershey, Detroit -

in a contest that will draw an Otto Graham in the College Allleans.. In the meantime he named vs. Washington at Char-

estimated 70,000 and be tele- Star game against the Bears in Opening up the whole affair, Southern Cal's Pete Beathard to lotte and Dallas at Los Angeles

vised and broadcast nationallyABC Chicago and the highlight of weekend, is start against the two-touchdown in the NFL, and Denver at San

( beginning at 9 p.m., EST. Ask the San Francisco 49ers. the annual game between the favorite Bears, who have anDiego and New York vs. Buffalo

" Fair and cool weather is pred- Which is kind of confusing unCollege All-Stars against the nounced they will dedicate the at Tampa, Fla., in the AFL. I

icted. til you consider that it's time for National Football League chamgame to Willie Galimore and Sunday Cleveland is at San

',; >.,...... .,.,.,:; 'f pro football's pre-season exhibipion Bears in Chicago tonight. John Farrington, Chicago playFrancisco in the NFL and Hous-
, .;.. .<<( .." l. :.< *. .': .:;.. :.y Under Pressure tions, when all sorts of strange Received Jolt ers killed in a recent auto acciton at Boston and Kansas City

% 1 '> ,C, ..,.......' For the Bears, the uncertaintyrests things happen. And Graham, coach atCoast dent. at Oakland in the AFL.
!( ; in what manner they may Mixup Guard, who will be seeking his Open Slates Among the highlights will be

t ,,,',: ,, : ,\ti react under pressure after a Like Sam Huff playing for second straight All-Star victory, The rest of the nation's major the return of Hornung to the
J training season blighted by the Washington in Charlotte, N.C., got something of a jolt| when pro football teams with the Green Bay Packers after sitting

,.<. .... :.c....> auto crash deaths 13 days ago of where his teammate is the presently Mira, one of the nation's top colexception of the Pittsburgh out a year's suspension and the

< > .. .;..". teammates Willie Galimore and disabled Sonny Jurgenlegiate passers, came up ,with a Steelers open their preseaappearance of a flock of veterans -
.. : > ::. Y.' John And favorite twinge in his and In brand
Farrington.The sen. Jurgensen's throwing arm. son schedules Saturday new livery.Chi .
Bears have dedicated the
$ High Flying Clowns 1964 season to both men. I

For the 50-man( collegiate !
They may be "clowning around" but these two squad, the uncertainty involvesthe

zany fellows also are practicing for the annual apparent loss of one of their jr f Big Two Weeks

Dixie Clown Diving Championships at Cyprus Gar- prime threats, the passing of
dens Aug. 1516. Sixty entries are expected to com-

pete in the two-day meet at the Aquarama pool.
Jacksonville Channel 12, 9 p.m.

Nostalgia WasDripping quarterback, Fla. George Mira's Mira reinjured of Miami i Starting in ALBy

throwing arm will be a question

mark until just before the open-
ing whistle. V'V JIM BECKER The Yanks are 5-6 against the in front with a homer in the

From Capable Friday, August 7, 1964 Associated Press Sports Writer Orioles, and 10-0 against the I fifth, and Tommy Tresh hit a

Coach Otto Graham, fieldinghis The biggest two weeks of the White Sox, going into the big two-run triple in the seventh

seventh All-Star team, has year in the American League fortnight, but they are not cer- Elston Howard's field
two; other capable quarterbacksin start today, and the New York tain at this stage if their ace, wrong
Stadium Ford be counted homer in the eighth proved to
EavesBy Southern California's Pete Yankees got ready for them by Whitey can on
for work. He has ail- be the winning run.
regular an
Beathard and Boston College'sJack leaving their bats in the rack.
Concannon.But Chi Back That should be bad news for ing hip. Mickey Lolich pitched seven
ARTHUR DALEY Mira was regarded the the Baltimore Orioles and the That made the continued re- innings and got the victory for
the Tigers over the White Sox.
All-Stars' best bet for a scampering Chicago White Sox. habilitation of onetime ace
Sfrui tJnrk Simra Al Kaline started the two-run
long-bombing game- The last time the Yankees did Ralph Terry good news for the

NEW YORK It was at a Yankee Old-Timers' Day breaker of the same pattern as At Old TricksCHICAGO that they won five straight. Yanks. Terry got the victory, fifth and hit inning a solo off homer with in a the double seventh

many years ago and nostalgia was practically dripping from Wisconsin's Ron VanderKelen, And this time they pulled out his third in a row, against for the Tigers. An error

the stadium eaves. The spectators tingled in anticipation at who passed the All-Stars to a the finale of a three-game set in I Athletics, although he needed helped the Tigers to their first

one particular confrontation. For the greybeards in the stunning %().17 upset of the (APChi Chi Arnie Palmer were in the 68 Kansas City, 5-3, by using the help when the home run ball two runs in the third.

throng it was a treasured memory returning. For the younger Green Bay Packers last year. Rodriguez, the puckish Puerto bracket. British Open winner dusty bat act that was dreamedup started to catch up to him Harmon Killebrew's 39th I

ones it was a sight they never had seen before. Mira sustained a recurrenceof Rican whose continuous jabber- by Manager Yogi Berra as a again. homer of the two-run
Lema his fifth I season, a
Walter Johnson, the fastest pitcher who ever lived, was a muscle strain in his right ing with the gallery has been Tony seeking slump-killer. Nellie Mathews homered in shot in the third, gave the Twinsa I

facing Babe Ruth, mightiest of all sluggers, in a brief recapture arm during a Wednesday night frowned upon by many of his tourney triumph of the year, Four Points the fifth and Rocky Colavito hit 5-4 lead that held up until the

of the glorious past. The Big Train was still wide drill and how much service he: golfing colleagues, is back at his was grouped at 70. The victory put the Yankees his 27th, a two-run shot, in the seventh, when the Red Sox tied

of shoulder but the hair on his temples had frosted. The sees will depend on a pre-kick-I old tricks. Among those eating the dust four percentage points ahead of eighth, against Terry. it up. Bob Tillman's sacrificefly

Bambino was rounder than ever but his hair remained defiantly off test of his This means he still is being at 72 were Jack Nicklaus, Sam the Orioles, with the big series Roger Maris got the Yanks off got the tying run home. I

black. Mira took heat treatments the poll parrot of the links and Snead and Bob Charles. coming up between the two

Johnson wheeled and delivered that wicked sidearm pitch Thursday and reported a little' has returned to his scoring The original field of 153 in the clubs at Yankee Stadium to-
with the snap of a buggy whip. The Babe coiled characteristically soreness was still in his arm. I' groove. $50,000-plus tournament will be night.
at the plate and waited. The pitch wide. So were Suns Chiefs
was 19-9 The third-place White Sox
Edge "For three weeks I've been in cut to the low 75 and ties aftertoday's
the next four or five. Since the main idea was to have the dropped IVt games back, when ,
19-91 round and to the low 60
NFL hold a slump he said after tying
Babe hit one, the rule on balls and strikes was summarily champions a they dropped a 5-2 decision to
and ties after 54 holes .
abandoned.The victory edge, with two ties Billy Casper for the first round Saturday.SATURDAY
the Detroit Tigers. The Minne-
great fireballer finally spun in one reasonably close. played, in this big harbinger of I lead of the Western Open sota Twins edged the Boston Meet Tonight

The Babe swung and the ball rocketed high and far down the 1964 football season which is Wednesday with a sevenunderpar P. 1 1 Red Sox 6-5 on a fly ball that

the rightfield line as the crowd screamed in ecstatic glee.It sponsored by the Chicago Tribune 64 at Tarn O'Shanter."I was lost in the sun, in the other
curved away info the upper 'deck before it reached the Charities, Inc. tied for 44th in the PGA. I :

foul pole but the Babe didn't care. He pattered around the Beathard, Concannon and perhaps tied for 31st in the Insurance NW ,game.The Orioles were idle, along In Showdown j

bases with mincing steps on his "foul" homer because Mira are expected to loose City Open. I was so bad in the with the Senators, Angels and

that was what the fans had come to see. At the get-to- a heavy aerial bombardment Canadian Open last week I ,Indians.

gether that night, the Babe kidded Johnson. against the NFL's best pass defenders -didn't make the 54-hole cut. 11:45 O BaseballOld Snapped Slumps By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chiefs with a patched-up line-

I including a stickyfingered "All during this time, I ha- Timers' Day The Yankees snapped out of up. Regular center fielder
What Happened? quartet of bandits composed The Big showdown in the In- Johnny Lewis will be out for
I ven't been criticized for being a 1:00 O Baseball their slump in Kansas City by
of Bennie McRae Dave ternational League is at hand
several weeks with fractured
friendly fellow with the gal- Orioles vs. Yankees using Yogi's recipe for weak a -
"What happened to that good control you used to have?" Whitesell, Richie Petitbon and with second-place Jacksonville ankle. Catcher Bob Lipski
I leries. I just like people. Now 1:30 O CD Baseball hitting no batting practice. It
he roared. "I I'd Roosevelt host to league-leading
thought to hit Taylor.Flash
never get one. playing played right field Thursday
that I've made a good start in Dodgers vs. Braves was the second time this year
"To tell the truth, Babe," said the mild-mannered Wal Syracuse tonight. with Ron
you this tournament, they take a 4:00 O Western Open- that Berra had ordered his teamto night moving to
ter. "I'd heard your eyesight wasn't as sharp as it once Golf Only a game separates the center.
Elorde poke at me for too much talk- skip batting drill, and the
was and I was afraid I might kill with too close but Jacksovnille Seventh
you a two teams, Win
Action in the
ing. But it's been awfully quiet (Special) second time they responded.The .
pitch. for three weeks." third round of the $50- same kind of response will have to win two games to Jerry Walker picked up his
"You old goat," bellowed the Babe, "the only thing that 000 Western Open Golf would come in handy in the next take over the lead. The Suns seventh victory for the Suns,
scared me was that I'd hit a line drive back through the Top FighterNEW Fine Birdie Tournament. Arnold Palmer two weeks which are being and Chiefs are even in games although he needed aid from

box and tear your head off." Chi Chi, a stringy 28yearoldwho Jack Nicklaus, Jul. billed weeks. The won, but Jacksonville has lost .Don Dennis in the sexth when
as pennant
What was most illuminating about that conversation was YORK (AP) Flash amazes his followers with ius Boros, Tony Lema. Yankees meet the second-place two more games.JacksonviUe Gino Cimoli opened the inning

the admission that each had carried into his middle age Elorde, the junior lightweight 300-yard plus drives, was among -Wrestling Orioles for four games at home, completed a'with his first homer of the sea-

the same terrifying fear of his youth. Johnson had always champion from Manila, was 28 players cracking Tam's 35-36 5:30 O NBC Sports Special and then the White Sox come in four-game; series sweep of Rochester ',son. Wing starter Bill Short
lived in dread that his blinding fast ball would kill a batter. 71 par. He strung out five took the loss.Syracuse' .
Month today (Special) Scheduled Thrusday night beating
named Fighter of the : an for four. Then the yanks go to ,
Ruth had always been scared that a line drive off his bat consecutive birdies during a Bill
by Ring Magazine. Nige- exhibition of parachutingand Baltimore for three and Chicagofor the Red Wings 6-3. Syracuse pitcheda
would kill a pitcher. Fortunately, neither fear ever was ria's Dick Tiger, the former dazzling front nine of 30 and sky diving, filmed four. defeated Atlanta 2-0 to win' four-hit shutout in winning

realized. middleweight cahmpon, was a came back in 34 to miss the three months ago at the To Wind Up three of four from the Crackers. :his 11th game against only one

Many, who were active players during that last Ruth- close second. competitive course record by Naval Air Station in That will wind the season's In other games, Columbus .loss. He got all the runs he

Johnson confrontation, have now become eligibles for another Elorde was picked for stopping one stroke. Twice he failed to Pensacola. business for the up Yankees with beat Buffalo 4-2 and Toronto'needed in the eighth when Bill

Old-Timers' Day. The latest in the series will take placeat Japan's Teruo Kosaka in drop three-foot putts for eagles. the will not shut out Richmond 9-0. :Sullivan whacked his fifth
the Stadium Saturday afternoon as a bit of windo-dressing ,abP b DJ'W"e l Casper welded3l-33foY his66.. SUNDAY competitors. They 'noTnfr jS $> ypa on.t>;0&r.Q'
; ?& 4)/coo::) j13l>J>>7y J J.m- p..rmJP., 'h b ;}} ID> 4t"I w.t a.Jr.2 1fr ke 72'/' 4A

against were Julius Boros, Orioles vs. Yankees. added an insurance run that
l title. Tiger looked extremelygood par
Ex-Yal1J..S Vs. Opponents in stopping Puerto Rican Jim Ferrier and Canadian 1:2(1( O Baseball same framer

Jose Gonzalez in the sixth round George Knudson with 67. Na- Dodgers vs. Braves 4f 6 e wA # Johnny Powers' three run I

The fans picked the teams for this assemblage of the of his first bout since he lost the tional Open champion Ken Ven- 4:00 O Western Open-Golf --- ---- ----- homer, his 15th of the year, in
ancients, one a group of favorite Ex-Yankees and the othera crown to Joey Giardello. turi and defending champion Final round action. -- the third inning provided the

batch of outstanding Yankee opponents. It might even come 5:00 O CBS Sports _____u _uu_____ KA N S As uTY winning margin for Columbus.
to pass that Lefty Gomez will stand on the hill once more i13 .. > : SpectacularScheduled BOSTON abrhbi MINNESOTA abrbbi NEW abrhbt abrhbi Earl Francis went the distancefor
and be alarmed to discover that his knees a : Mantilla 2b 5131 Versalles ss 4210 Kubek ss 4021 C'p'n'rls ss 4000 the jets
the final
are trembling. : 30 Smith 3b 4100 Rollins 3b 4121 Rich'son 2b 5120 Mathews cf 4 1 1 1 on a night when he
Then he'll look toward the plate and find the reason. Jimmy opR minutes of the championship Bressoud ss 31 0 0 Oliva rf 41 1 0Y'trze'skl Marls rf 4121 Charles 3b 3100 and batterymate Ron Brand
I cf 4 2 1 0 Killebrew If 3212 Mantle cf 3100 Colavito rf :3112
Foxx will be standing there. soccer game in the Stuart lb 5021 Hall cf 3022 Lopez H 0000 Gentile lb 4020 were celebrating the birth of
When Lefty was in his prime, he kept shaking off Bill American Challenge Cup I Tillman Horton If c 3032 5020 Battey Allison c lb 4000 3011 Tresh Pepitone If-cf Ib 5010 3012 Jimenez Edwards If c 4010 4000 sons earlier in the day.

Dickey's signs, one after the other, with the muscular double Competition. Czechoslovakia Meiias pr 0000 Allen 2b 3020 Howard c 4111 Green 2b 4010 Cleon Jones hit his 15th homer -
-X at bat. Dickey ran through the entire repertoire called will meet the win- Thomas Heffner p rf 4010 2000 Kaat Perry pn p 1000 2000 Terry Boyer p 2b 5120 4010 Segui Hanson p ph 1 1000 0 1 0 for the Herd in the ninth

time and angrily strode out to the mound. I AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L Pd. G...\ NATIONAL LEAGUEW.. L Pet. G.B. ner of the International Jones Radatz ph p 1000 1000 Alusik Bryan ph ph 1000 1000 and Frank Herrera hit a solo
"You lefthanded fathead," said Dickey. "I've called every i New York 64 40 5Baltimore = Philadelphia 62 43 590 Soccer League play-off Nixon ph 1000 Tetals 37 S 12 5 Totals 34 3 7 3 homer for Columbus in the
42 6H San Francisco: : 62 46 .574 IV* Totals 38 5124 Tetals 31 <18 4 i New YOrk ............... 000 818 M -5Kansas
pitch you have and you've signaled no to all of them. Chicago 64 43 578 Itt Cincinnati: 60 49 .550 4 between West Germanyand ... ........., 123
i Los Angles 51 54 .510 10 Pittsburgh 57 48 .543 5 Boston ...... ........... 400 800 100 5 City 001 000 first.Righthander
What pitch do you want to throw Foxx? ;Minnesota 53 55 .491 13 St. Louis 54 51 .523 7 Poland.Ovner Minnesota ............ 302 800 10x::4 E-None. DP-Kansas City 2. LOB- John Anderson,
"To tell you the truth, Bill," said Lefty, modestly studyinghis Detroit 54 57 .486 1M Milwaukee 55 52 .514 t E-Allen 2. DP-Boston 2 LOB BosI I New York 12. Kansas City 4. who pitched a five-hit shutoutfor
Boston 52 57 .477 14V* Los Angeles 53 53 .500 9V4 ton 13. Minnesota 2B-Boyer, Gentile. Green. 3B-TreshHR
glove. "I'd rather not pitch to him at all." Cleveland ** 59 .*" 17 Chicago 50 55 .476 12 -Versalles. Hall.4.2B 3B-Oliva, Rollins. -Marls (16) Howard (9) Mathews Toronto, aided his own
the Kansas City 42 66 .389 24 Houston 47 64 .423 18 HR-MantHia (18)) Klllebrew (39) SB f6)' Colavito (27). SB-Richardson, Boyer. with
It's been 20 years since singular senor was in the Washington 42 71 .312 26V4 New York :34 75 J12 30 Says Allison. SF-Tlllman. rresh Pepitone. cause a three-run homerin
big leagues but he still insists that Foxx hit the longest Yesterdays Results Yesterdays ResultsSt. IP H R Eit II SO IP H R ERBBSOrerry the second inning. The Leafs
5 Louis 5. Chicago 3 W, 5-8 .... 7 2-3 7 3 3 2 4teniff
homer in Stadium history off him. Minnesota New York A.5.Boston Kansas City I Houston 2, Philadelphia 1 Heffner ........ 5 7 5 5 1 0 ....... 11-30 0 0 0 0 pounded the Vees for 15 hits,
Detroit Chicago 2 Plttsburg 4. Los Angeles 1 Dark To Radatz, L. 10-& .. 3 2 1 1 2 3 >egui .. ..5 'I 3.antlagg.
"See that corner of the top left field deck? S. StaySAN 2 1 including J. W. Porter's fourth
upper Lefty Only games scheduled. Cincinnati ', Milwaukee 3 Roland ........0 2 4 2 2 0 L, Od .. 2 2 2 2
"Foxx hit there the Only games scheduled Wyatt .......... 1-3 3 2 2 0 C homer of the
in one
delights saying. up past bullpen.It Today's Games Todays Games Perry W 3-2 .... 7 7 1 1 4 a landers> ...... 12-31 0 0 2 1 season in the
landed about three rows from the back and about 15 Boston t-5 Connolly Herbert 2-7 43.at Chicago Buzhardt Chicago Jackson 13-9 and Broglio 5-9 FRANCISCO (APWiththe Worthington ... 2 J" 0 0 2 T-3:00. A'-14411. ninth.
feet inside. Otherwise it would have gone out of the park. I Baltimore or Barber 4-1 at New York Boo- 2.at twi-n Pittsburgh igl'lt. Law ,4 and Blass 4-4, knowledge that Alvin Dark Roland faced S men in 1st.

know where it landed. After the game I walked up there to Minnesota ton 124, Kaat night.11-5 and Stigmas SolO New York Jackson 4-11 at Philadelphia will remain their manager, the T-2:57. A-4.133.

see. It took me an hour to climb up and I had to use an No at Cleveland 2, twi-nlght.Tlant 3-1 and Krallck Houston Boozer Owens 1.2 or 4-7 Mahaffey at St. 10-5 Louis night.Simmons San Francisco Giants now can DETROIT Night Game CHICAGO Great new taste:

oxygen mask in the final stages. But I found the seat his Kansas City Bowsfleld 2-4 at Detroit Los Aageles 11-8 night Ortega 3-4 at Milwaukee turn back to chasing the Na- abrkbi abrfebi
Bruton cf 4000
drive had broken. The odd part about that hit was that I Washington Regan 4-8 Osteen night M at Lot Angeles San Blasingame Francisco 3-2 night. tional League pennant Dem'r ph-cf 2 2110 0 a o Landis Stephens cf ph 1 1 1 0 ry

got the ball half past him. l\\ was the last half that did Newman f.4. night.Tamarr.w's. Games Maloney 10-9.Hendley night.fat Cincinnati Widely circulated reports that Kallne Lumpe rf 2b 4221 5000 Skowron Robinson Ib rt/4031 0 2 0 pipe tobaccoin

the damage." Washington at Los Angeles. N Chicago at Saturdays PittsburghNew Games Dark was about to get the ax Brown M 4113 Ward 3b 3010 f. .
Cash Ib 4020 Hansen $I 5011
Boston at Chicago York at _
Kansas City at Detroit Houston at St.Philadelphia from Giants owner Horace McAuliffe ss 4 0 1 1 Long If 2000
Joe TooJoe Louis Wert 3b 4020 M'Cr'W ph-1f2 0 0 0Roarke
DiMaggio Minnesota at Cleveland
San Francisco at Cincinnati. N Stoneham were squelchedThursday
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Baltimore at New YorkSunday's Los filter
Games Angeles at Milwaukee by Stoneham. Lolictt p 2110 M'Nertney C 4 01 0 a
DiMaggio will be at hand. So will Hank Green- Washington Boston at Chicago.at Los 2 Angeles Chicago at Pittsburgh Said Stoneham in a statement: Phillips ph 1000 Baumann Horten p p 1055 0000 _

berg. It was Greenberg who propelled a blast to the monu- Kansas City at Detroit. 2 Houston N.ewJforlc at at St. Philadelphia Louis "I want to take this opportunityto C.rreon ph 1000 fk't IOBAcA A IIJFR CSARf Tit
ments in deepest center field only to have Dimadge turn it Minnesota at Cleveland. 2 San Francisco at Cincinnati Fisher P 1050 1110Tetatt +
Baltimore at New York. 2 Los Angeles at Milwaukee deny all reports that a man- Buford ph
into an out with one of his unbelievable graceful catches. FLORIDA STATE .LEAGUEW. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE agerial change is contemplated. 14 ill 4 TaUIS J6 D cigarette
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Bobby Feller will be there and Dimadge made life miserablefor Tampa 24 13 An Syracuse 68 W L 45 Pet..602 ..L ." ::::::::::::::::: eel M MO 082-2E _

him. It always seemed that the jolter hit a home run off Orlando St. Pettwrg 21 22 U U .595.561 2 3 Jacksonville Buffalo 62 68 48 47 .511.564 1 4V4 That appeared to wipe out the Wei*. DP-Chicago 2. LOB-Detroit

Rapid Robert.to_snatch victory away from him. Miami Lakeland 1 U* U 20.417.500 4 5V4 Rochester 59 50.541 7 cloud of uncertainty that had 7, Chicago 112BKa11ne. .
Don Newcombe will be there, along with his chief Ft. Lav'dale 17 If .472 4V4 Richmond 58 55 ..513 10 surrounded Dark's future since Stephens, Wets. HR-Katlne Q
Day'na B'ch 14 24 .361 10V Columbus 52 51 .473 14V HI. S-Ulich. SFSkowronIP get pleasing aroma-and a great .j PYou
World Series tormentor, Yogi Berra. It also seemed that Sarasota 13 23 .361 10V 44 68 J93 23V* the of a column in V
Atlanta appearance ER.I SO
Yogi was forever belting Newk for homers. The sight of Orlando at Thursdays Tampa PPd.Results. rain Yesterdays Results 37 77 .325 31to Newsday, a Long Island daily. Lolich, W, 11-7 ... 7 H 10/R A .5 new taste!1M secret? It's packed with r

Tommy Henrich will bring back the recollection of the first Lakeland 1-0. Daytona Beach '-I Toronto Columbus 9..Richmond. Buffalo 2 0 The columnist, Stan Isaacs, Hamilton ..--u 12-2222 1 0 America's best-tasting pipe tobacco
Fort Lauderdale 3. Sarasota 0 ,Gladding ....... 1-2 1 1 1 0 0
Syracuse 2. Half
of the 1949 World Series. Again Newk was victimized. Atlanta famous Half and Half!Smoke new
game St. Petersburg 1. Miami S JacksOftyil 6, Rochester 3 quoted Dark as saying Negro Horten. L. >-7 ... 21-3 4 2 0 I 1
Tommy rode one into the stands in the ninth inning to Friday's Games Ttdays Games and Latin American players are Baumanit ....... 12-3200 1 0 and Half Filter Cigarettes!
give Allie Reynolds a 1-0 victory. Rich memories will flood Orlando Daytona at Beach Tampa at Lakeland Buffalo Toronto at at Columbus Richmond physically superior but mentally Moss ..........1 1 2 2 0 :
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in unrestrainedly on Saturday. Fort Lauderdale. at Sarasota Rochester at Atlanta Fisher _.........4 1 1 1 0 2 e. t.c.
Miami at it. Petersburg Syracuse at Jacksonville inferior. WP-Ulkh. T-2:47.' A-KJ58.

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: Grabs Spotlight fee HIGH 70 LOFT AN IRON By MIKE RATHET Farrell has an 11.7 record now ninth after Wes Covington dou- ]friend, 10:11ke t.nineThadger r

Associated Press Sports Writer that the famine's ended, and bled. Gus Triandos' single pro hits well scattered. C2 ns itive

WHEN tr i* pg&teA&tg IDUlfA has an outside chance to win 20. duced a run and brought in Jim t triples: by Manny MoUr and

-fee WITH UJKI&A&IRON MUCH FROM NEI6N1'-fH& Dick Farrell of the Houston But he'd have to reel off the victories Owens, who finally nailed Far- I Donn lendenon ii>the fifth pro-
dn 300 ; Colts, the first pitcher to win 10 he did the rell's 11th
Club Pittsburgh"
Meet. ANGARRYAS P07SI8W1 as quickly as by getting Tony Tay lucedlhe other run.
T66rH6 PALL HICiR.fRuE games this year and who threat- first 10.Fanell's. lor to hit into a game-ending Davis the defendinog
.-... YOU G1tJg KAM i Y ened to be the last to win 11, doubleplay. Tommy ,
TEE u5v7 rae IRONS TO victory trimmedthe batting I champion, stroked three
.. :Bonnie 1 has ended a seven-week famine.
. Broyles won all six 11-12 100 YD. FREESTYLE GIRLS a FACIUTAfg HITTJN6 DOWN Phillies' edge to 1% games The Colts scored their runs in singles for the Dodgers extended t
1:14.7. Judy Banks 1:22.0. Lou Ann
places in the 8-and-under advanced Simmons. AND TAKIN& TURF FOR BACK The hard-throwing righthander San Fran- the fourth against Chris streak to 18
over the second-place Short, I his hitting games I
11-12 100 YD. FREESTYLE-BOYS 6PIKI, &IKTM& IDEA HERE 15NOf defeated the National
/ girls' division yestrday 1:24.5, Mike Walker; 1:25.9 Ronny Plank. -. -TAKg A PIVOT euf It? cisco Giants, who were not 1.6( on a triple by Al Spangler, :and lifted his'averagetto! ; 8ti. I
13-14 100 YD. FREESTYLE BOYS 91RiKE1VE 1 eAL!. 6Ot.lPJ..Y'ATNE League leading Philadelphia Nellie
to grab the David scheduled. Fox' double, a single by doubled home two .
spotlight in the an- 1:04.1. Knight; 1:09.9 Rickey \. -! ; 60110MOPitdtSWINGJ Phillies Thursday night, 2-1. Bill White .
nual Plank. WLMA! 5WEEPIN0RA1HERt : Third-place Cincinnati walloped Walt Bond and Bob Aspro- Dick Groat drove in apah
300 Club swim team rib- 11-12 50 YD BUTTERFLY GIRLS "I couldn't help if J runs
bon races. 37.8. Judy Banks; 43.2 Lou Ann Sim- 1HAN t> nP1NG MOl'JON. wondering" Milwaukee 9-3 with a 15- monte's sacrifice fly. with two singles for-the j
mons. f it would ever come Farrell ]
\ ,
;: Bonnie raced to victories In 11-12 58 YD. BUTTERFLY BOYS said. There were 11 tries and hit attack and closed to Deron Johnson and Frank t Cardinals. Bob_Gibson, mata
476. Fred Rethwell; 51.', Mike Walker Pittsburgh
; the top -
r the 25 yard breaststroke ((21.1)). 57.8. Ronny Plank; 54.8. Billy Woodbury. 1 six losses between victory No. four games of Robinson produced most of the : 2-3 innings but came oufln f5e .j
50 yard 13-14 YR. 100 YARD BACKSTROKE defeated the Los Angeles fireworks for the Reds, each ninth. The Cubs scored one run
freestyle I
(37.6)), 50 BOYS 13-14 YR. 100 YD. BACKSTROKE 10 and 11.Farrell Louis I (
yard butterfly ((19.3), 50 yard BOYS 1:259, David Knight Dodgers 4-1 and St. collecting a triple, double and I and loaded the bases but Barney
13-14 YR. 100 who had brilliant
YD. BACKSTROKI a Cubs 5-3.
backstroke ((19.0),25) yard freer GIRLS 1:36.2. Par Neufeld. downed the Chicago single. Vada Pinson chipped in I[ Schultz struck out Emit
10-1 on 14 said he
style ((17.1)) and 11-12 50 YD BACKSTROKE. GIRLS Four Hits with a homer and triggered a :Banks to end it.
100 yard in- 39.0. Judy Banks; ...9. Lou Ann S I m- didn't think he was pressing at

dividual medley ((1:38.0)). mons.11-12 50 YD. BACKSTROKE BOYS any time and hadn't thought Farrell allowed only four hits four-run seventh inning uprising The victory, squaring Gib I

The results: 39.0.. Fred Rothwell; 48.2, Mike Walker 4 ri about relieved in the against reliever Warren Spahn son's record at 9-9, was his first
a 20-victory before he was
; 50.6. Billy Woodbury; 53.1, Ronny season.
Plank with a bunt_ sin1e__ .,____ -'-- --- ,..L. IA
& n. Juice:: .iuiy w. i
13-14 50 YD. FREESTYLE
BOYS 18.2. Jamey Powell; 19.1. Mark 386, Pat Neuield. GIRLS Hank Aaron was the Braves' ,

Collins Pearson (20.2.tie Jlj.Joe Steve Simmons Shenkel; 21.5. Alien 13-14 50 YD. FREESTYLE BOYS attack, hitting a three-run homer. J
; 23.0. 30.0. Rickey 31.0. David 'Knight
Jerry Bevis. 11-12 50 t.IE GIRLS: DEEP SEA
9.10 50 YARe _
IJ6. FREESTYLE GIRLS 34.8 Judy Banks; 38.4, Lou Ann S I mAnn t
Jenny Banks 35 9. Mary Vincent mons. !f Three RBI .
W.X Barbara Stalnj&yj 43.2 Carol 11-12 SO YD. FREESTYLE
Woodbury. -BOYS Bill Mazeroski drove In three FISHINGFrom
Fred Rothwell 38.5. Mlk
3'.:10D50' YARD Searlej FREESTYLE BOYS. Walker; 40.0. Ronny Plank; 42.0. Wai runs with a double and a single
R ; 34.1. Scott Powell lace Newcomb; (tie) @.a Billy/ Wood. JAfY HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA Night Gam I
; 3S.6. Ic for the
; 39.3. Butch I Pirates while
ab h bl PITTSBURGH Bob
Dees :39.4. Wilson bury. r ab r h bl LOS ANGELES I
Id Drylle 41.1 Rlggan 40.5. Day 11.12 100 YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Y- Spangler If 4110 Gonzalez cf 2 0 1 0 Ib r 11111 abrhW
Pate; 45.0. Jimmy Howze; 11.8, Steve -GIRLS 1:26.3. Judy Banks. Fox 2b 4111 Her-tt'n Ib 4010 Wllli ss 4000Balley If 4000 I
land; 48.0. John Robby Plank; 45 5. Jim Row 11-12 100 YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Gaines rt 4000 Calllson rf 4000 Traee'skI 3b 4 0 1 0 Mota tf-rf 4220 Steinhatchee, Fla.
brough. Bevis 1:04.3. Brad klm- -BOYS 1:40.0, Fred Rothwell; 148.5. Bond Ib 4020 Allen 3b 4000 W. Davis cf 4 0 2 0 Clend'n Ib 4231 Top Spanish
0 a UNDER 100 YD. INDIVIDUAL Mike Walker 1487. Ronny Plank. Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 0 1 Covington If 31 2 0 Fairly 10 4000 Frees.b 2000
MEDLEY GIRLS 13-14 100 YD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Hardy cf 3000 Dal'ple C :3000 T. Davis If 4130 Stargell rf 4010 on
1:388. Bonny Broy 'e Lulls ss 3000 Triandos ph 1 0 1 1 Griffith rf 4000 Viadon cf 0000
les; 2:03.2. Pam Meaden Jio.8. -GIRLS 1:346 Pat Neufeld. $4 JIolM tll f\Aus.A&&tatkf4 rewayre
; Jane 13-14 100 YD. INDIVIDUAL Grote c 3000 Johnson pr 0000 Roseboro e 4020 Maz'skl 2b 3023 Matador Gored
tainsbv MEDLEY
; 2:15.6. Dee
Dee ,
Jackie. Walker Drylie 2:16.1. -BOYS 1:23.3. Rickey Plank. Farrell P :3000 UI'Taylor...._.._. u 2b 4000. A .Oliver..mu 2b .3000 A A A "Pagllaronl hI". ...c. 4010.. II II II ..-e 6IIkIkPPT/ ,
n I V V v 8. iVtlllrr' p 'v W wvirwi ii w w i
100 YD. INDIVIDUAL RoilS ph-ss 2000 Moon ph 1011 Friend p 4 0 0 ( I he VV tnnGlt
BOYS 1:45.0. Spain (AP !
Mark Pearson Short -
2000 1000
p Parker ph i
; 1:45 6. I
Bevis Jamey Powell; 2:25.0 Jerry SUB-DISTRICT I Briggs ph 1000 Totals 341 9 1 Totals 32 4 9 4 Paco Camino, a leading Spanish 65 Feet Long
100 YD. INDIVIDUAL I I = Totals 31 2 4 2 Totals 31 1 5 1 Los Angeles ........... ... COO 010 000-' !
GrRIS 1:29.7. Mary Vincent, ; MEDLEY-1:33.3. Jenny I Houston ................... 000 200 000-2 Pittsburgh ................ 001 020 001-< matador, was gored and seri 18 Feet Wide
Banks; 1:35.5. Barbara Stalnsby; : Philadelphia 000 000 001-1 ously injured in a bullfight t
a. Carol Ann 2:03-1' E Bailey. DP-Pittsburgh 2. LOB- ]
Woodbury. -

Rickey BOYS 9-10 100 Walker 1359.YD. INDIVIDUAL Robby 1:41.0. Searles Scott;D Powell:J-. 'I Wings Romp, But Schlitz I Houston 2B E--LIllIs.Fox 3,, Covington.Philadelphia Rolas. DP-Houston 3B-Spangler.. 6. 2. LOB-SB- Los--Mota Angeles Clendenon, Clendenon.6. ,Pittsburgh Mazeroskl$-Mazeroskl.IP 3.2B Pagllaronl3B '. Thursday.He suffered six-inch wound: Coast Guard Inspected I

; Bond. SFAspromonte.IP &
H R ERBBSOU Lounge room
1:41.0. Butch Dees; 1:45.6, Wilson Rig 'I H R ERBBSO in the abdomen while perform!
Miller U 23 .. 4 4 2 2 3 ,
Can; 1:47.9 David Drylie; 2:020 Robby Farrell W. 11-7 .. 81-3 3 1 1 3 4 with Snack bar
Plank; 2:09.5 Steve Reed .. 2 3 2 2 0 :2 ing the muleta, or red
< & UNDER 25 YD. FREESTYLE I Owens Woodeshick........... 0 2-3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brewer Friend W., 1G-11'2 '2.1 1 0 0 0 I:e cape, against his first bull. Leaves Taylor's Dockat
GIRLS 33.0. Frances Broyles; 33.5. Leslie in Softball MeetGainesville Short. L. 104 .... 7 4 2 2 0 5 T-2:12. A- 0,599. 7:30 a.m.
Pearson; 37.2.: Trlsh Collins.i Bennett .......... 2 0 0 0 0 2
6 & UNDER 25 YD. FREESTYLE Woodeshick faced 1 man In tth. Returns S to 6 p.m.
BOYS 25.'. Wendall Stainsby. James T-2:07. A-15,083 Night Game
Young; Tie), John Stiefel. MILWAUKEE CINCINNATI Bill
11-12 SO YD. BREAST GIRLS Wings trounced uled first round Wednes- three hits as he pitched Lake CHICAGO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhb,I Shoemaker topped all
46.2. Lou Ann Simmons 46.3. Judy abrhbl ab h bi Mathews 3b 4000 Ruiz 2b 5111 I jockeys in r
r : purse morey w on
Banks. Bowlarama of Palatka, 10- day night. City to victory. The winners A'lfitano 2b 5110 Flood cf 4100 May cf 4120 Keough rf 5001 I
11-12 50 YD. BREAST BOYS Clemens rf 41 3 0 Brock If Aaron rf 4113 Pinson cf 522 during 1963. His mounts earned
2000 $5.00
44.7 Mike Walker; 480. Ronny Plank; 0, but Schlitz of Gainesville Lynn Doverspike hurled the picked up eight safeties, led by Santo 3b 4022 Groat ss 4232 Carty If 3000 Robinson If 3331 I I' per person
49.0 John Atkins 53.4 Wallace New- dropped a 1-0 battle to Lake shutout for Wings, allowing the Vinning with three. Banks Ib 4000 Boyer 3b 2111 Torre Ib 4000 Johnson Ib 523 :3 $2,562,925. $1.00 for Rod fir Reel
tomb) 552. Billy Woodbury. Cowan cf 4010 White Ib 3012 Bailey c 3010 Edwards e 3111 1 1 I
-. 13-U 100 YARD BREASTSTROKE City Guerdon last night in the Palatka club only three hits. Jake Leventhal rapped two Bertell c 2000 Shannon rf 4000 Menk. s* 4010 Cardenas ss 402'I r
GIRLS 1:320 Pat Neufeld. Roz'ky ph-c 2000 Javier 2b delaHoz 2b 4010 Boros 3b 4021 1 1
13-14 100 YD. BREASTSTROKE first round of the SubDistrict Big Batter hits in four trips to the plateto Rodgers ss 4010 Uecker c 4000 2100 Fischer p 0000 Jay p 3001 0 I ,
.Boys 1:25.8 Rickey Plank Ellsworth 2 0 0 0 Gibson 2000 Kolb ph 1000 Harper ph 101 1' Trips to IndividualsSat.
p p open
men's fast pitch softball tournament Chris Johnson was the big pace Schlitz. Bill Lester was Stewart ph 1000 Cline ph 1110

at City Park. man at the plate for Wings the losing pitcher. Gregory ph 1000 Alou ph 1000 I DEPENDABLE ., Sun. and HolidaysFor
Totals 37 3 11 2 Totals 27 5 S 5 Totals 33 :3 7 3 Totals 38 9 15 9 1

The field was covered with a with two hits in three atbats Two other games also were ChicagO ..............._... 001 000 0113St Milwaukee 000003000-:ii Johnson I
tarpaulin yesterday to protectit and three runs scored. Bowla- played last night, with McDonald Louis .................. 202 000 lOx-S Cincinnati 401 000 40x-'!j SER-HORse j :

from a late afternoon downpour rama's three hits were scat- and Son of Ocala blasting E-Rodgers, Boyer. DP-St. Louis 1. E-Bailey 2 DP-Milwaukee 1. Cincln: Charter Mon., Tuei., j,
LOB-Chicago 11, St. Louis 5. natl 1. LOB-Milwaukee S, Cincinnati 82B SALES &
iIA OR and allow play. Rain forced tered. Kimbro Homes of Palatka, 17- 28-Williams, Rodgers Cowan Boyer -Maye, Ruiz Robinson. Johnson' SERVICE I Wed., Thurs. FrJ.I .
r Groat, White. S-Brock, White GibsonIP JB Robinson Johnson. HR-Aaron (18)::1
LEAGUEVLEADE postponement of the sched- Lee Kennedy held Schlitz to 5, and Carton. Pipers of High! H R ERBBSO Pinion (15). SB-Robinson. i BCIlRifS- I
Ellsworth L. 12-1) 4 4 4 :3 2 4 IP H R ERBBSC
springs nipping city or LaKe F. Burdette ...... 2.' 0 1 1 1 0 Fischer, U '-7 ... 1-' 4 4 2 0 I i,J 11-. a I
32. McDaniel ........ 11-31 0 0 0 2 Hoeft 12-31 0 0 0 I Io' Phone: Cross City
City, Gibson W. 9-f ... 8 2.' 11 S 2 2 9 Olivo .....n.... S S 1 1 2 ,6 I /VtQ./WAJl"
Yankees Don't Have Dull Cuell r .......... 0 0 0 0 2 0 Ellen 1 1 0 0 0 i I ''
Godwin Blazes Schultz ....... .. 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Spahn 2 6 4 4 1 1 'I''I'o\ S. Main StreetS I HY 8-3423 ;
Cueiler faced 2 men In 9th. Jay W, 7.. 7 5 J 3 1 : STAR BOATS
NATIONAL LEAGUE Billy Godwin blazed his fastball HBP-By F. Burdette (Uecker). T Ellis ...2 2 0 0 1 !II 1
Moment a Trip to KC Lake City to lead the 2:2'. A-I,258. T-2:22. A-7,828. --
Batting 250 at bats Clemente. Pittsburgh on past =-A lII!
.152; Williams. Chicago. .341.
Carlon win. He allowed only
Runs Mays San Francisco 88. Allen -
Philadelphia. 79. KANSAS CITY (AP) league arms spattered againstthe five: hits.Charlie.
Runs batted In Boyer St. Louis ,
79; Santo. Chicago. 77. There's never a dull momentout ancient fire truck. Roberts rapped two

liams.Hits -Chicago.Clemente 142.Pittsburgh. 1tf> WIl- at Charley Finley's baseball The groundskeeper's hoses hits and scored two runs to ELoullt :

Doubles Williams. Chicago and Clement 22nd and Brooklyn the at the !
*. Pittsburgh 28. emporium at doused the attacking Yankeesand pace Pipers plate. :

to.Triples Chicago-, I.Pinson Cincinnati ft San the fire truck sped (at IS Four others picked up a hit I

Home runs Mays. San Francisco. Thursday the New York miles an hour) on past the leftfield apiece.In .
31 Williams. Chicago. 25.
Stolen; bases Wills. Los Angeles. 38; Yankees were in town the shep- bullpen where another fus- tonight's action Wings

Brock.Pitching St. 10 Louis decisions 24 Koufax, Los herd with his flowing robes silade awaited them. meet Ocala No. 1, which received -

Angtles. 15-5.If..750.5; .762; Marlchat San Francisco was on the embankment with Around the outfield warning a bye in the first round, a '

Strikeouts Koufax. Los Angeles 191; his sheep and his bell behind the track it went, and back to the 7:30 on field No. 2. Barracuda will C

Or'dale. Los Angeles 162. right field wall. Most of the 14- Yankee dugout for another ex SemifinalsThe !

AMERICAN LEAGUE 881 fans were in the park to change.
Ocala No. 1 winners .
Batting 250 at bats Ollva Minnesota. watch their Athletics try to Wings -
.334; Mantle. New York. .310. The crowd shouted in glee at then plays High Springs
Runs( Oliva. Minnesota. 32; Howser make it three straight over the .
Crveland. 72. the added attraction. The truck: Carlon at 9 o'clock on field No.
Runs batted In Klllebrew, Mlnne- proud lumbered back around the out
a 'a. 88; Stuart. Boston. 87. Five minutes before 1 in the semifinals. The Guer- .
Hits Oliva. Minnesota, 153; B. Rob- game field for a third assault but umpire victor meets Ocala eetoui 08
I tson. Baltimore, 125. time a 1925 fire truck, its siren don-Fulps i idon't
"*Doubles. Minnesota- ,Brrssoud 27. Boston and Oll- blowing, moved down the first In chief Frank Umont held No.2 at 9 o'clock in the other I
traffic hand.
Triples Yastrzemskl. Boston. Fre- base-line with a half-dozen up cop semifinal test on field No. 2.
lesl.eta Los 1Home Angeles and Versa lies. Minne- groundskeepers aboard. A garden Yogi Berra, the Yanks' man- The finals will be played at

runs Klllebrew Minnesota ager, viewed it all as good fun. o'clock night.
8 Saturday
hose the skinned
19; Powell. Baltimore, 28. sprayed
Stolen bases Aparlclo. Baltimore. baseline and the ground in frontof "We weren't mad at anyone :

12 Pitching; Wets. .Chicago 10 decisions 16. Bunker Bal- the A's dugout, moved past, and I didn't think anyone would watch out!

.timore..750.Strikeouts 12 3. .800; Ford. New York. 12-4, home plate and toward the get hurt or I wouldn't have let it t Hornung Plays

Radatz. Boston, 137; Pe Yankee dugout. go on," said Yogi.
terse Chicago. 134.Tigers NEW ORLEANS (AP-Paul
Dozen Yankees Umont took a more stuffy Hornung, Green Bay's great i

Defeat Suddenly out came a dozen view of it all and said he might, halfback who was suspended all

Yankees with bath towels tell on the boys when he saw last season for betting on his

soaked in water and hurled League President Joe Cronin. own team to win games, returnsto

Orioles, 41In them at driver-head groundskeeper "It wouldn't be much of a the Packer lineup again Sat

George Toma and his. joke if somebody got hurt," said I, urday night in an exhibition National

Gator League action yesterday helpers. A few ripe tomatoes the burly 250-pound umpire. "]I Football Lague game withSt.

at the Boys' Club, the thrown with sturdy major stopped it." Louis. I
Tigers beat the Orioles 4-1; the

Cubs walloped the Athletics I

21-12; the Giants smashed the 520 S.W. ;3.,d Ave.
Braves in a 28-3 victory; and -II (At R.R. Tracks)
the Twins bounced the Tigers

4-3. a

Outstanding players included i M # tor r
Cordon Murry and Paul White -

for the Tigers; Ronnie Ward' PAA

and Larry Howard for the i

Twins, Mike Miles, Hughey ,

Guinn and Randy Burford for'' BAR and LOUNGE Get you fallback styling Get you room for fireIt's

the Giants; Ricky Sharp and
John Capella for the Braves; : a new kind of look with sports car appeal With bucket seats up front and a fiiP- own

Jay Abby and Bill Keller for Exciting new styling. racy new lines that rear seat for three. And with the seat down .,,.

the Athletics; Craig Baggessen, NOW OPEN look like a whole lot of expensive sports car. there's seven feet of carpeted stowage space.
Chris Farrell and Chuck

O'Brien for the Cubs William -
; Get you V-8 Get you a low low price
Helton and Bill Amerson for 11 A.M. TO 2 A.M. performance. t

the Tigers; and Hal Braun and You can have a 273-cu.-in. V-8 engine or you Probably the most surprising thing about the

Tommy Hancock for the Ori- STEAK ROOM OPENING SOONOPENS can have your choice of two sixes-ths 170Barracuda is the price. So much car, so much
cu.-in. is standard, the 225-cu.-in. is optional. pep at a price so low you'll just be amazed! t

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Passes Bill to TightenOverthecounter .I

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I EILEEN SHANAHAN largely the outgrowth of a two. detailed financial reports with I Commission officials said-that

2s>iii Unrk] {Slmra year investigation of securities the Securities and Exchange ;they would not rigidly adhereto I
industry problems made by a the 120-day requirement for
Commission to provide all
WASHINGTON Legislation special study group at the Securities .' companies whose fiscal Furniture Store
years OpensLowry's
of their stockholders, at least
designed to give the ordinary and Exchange Commission have recentlyended..

investor reliable information sold in focuses mainly on problems -I once a year, with essentiallythe Filing of inaccurate and misleading Furniture Co.,. at its new store at 2317 S.W. 13th St.,. is staging a grand opening through to-
about stocks that are in the over-the-counter' information in the
same information can resultin morrow. The furniture store, replacing the downtown location destroyed by fire last April is to be
the over-the-counter market was market for securities. I open
This is form of annual reports. prohibition of the sale of nights twice a week, Monday and Friday.
given final approval by Con the market in which 20,000 The investor who is contemplating the securities and other penal

gress Thursday.The stocks that are not listed on the purchase of stock in ties. Enforcement of these and

bill, which is the first any securities exchange are one of these companies will for other provisions of the legislation Shows r

major securities legislation in bought and sold through thousands the first time be able. to get is expected to cost the commission July 2 on New St. Augustine

24 years is also aimed at driv- of full and part time securities detailed financial reports on an additional $600,000 a

ing the remaining incompetent, dealers across the coun- such companies from his brok year, beyond its present budget Decrease In

dishonest and inadequately financed try.Under of slightly more than $15 mil
operators out of the Securities the bill, about 2,500 of! I er.In most companies, the financial Bi-Racial Board ResignST.

industry.The the largest companies whose information will not become lion.Not all corporations whose JoblessWASHINGTON

Senate voted its approvalof stocks are traded on the unlisted generally available until stocks are sold over thecounter -

the measure Thursday without market will face the same around May 1, 1965. Under are small ones. Nearly all (AP) Unemployment AUGUSTINE (APTwomen 1 committee were either out of I Bryant urged members of the

dissent following similarly requirements now imposed on commission rules I companies -bank stocks are traded over-the- dropped four-tenths resigned today from St. town or unreachable. I committee to accept the job,

unanimous action in the Houseof companies whose shares are have 120 days following the 'counter and in addition, such I Augustine's biracial committee I' White members, in additionto saying that "every citizen of
Representatives Wednesday. traced on the stock exchanges. close of their fiscal to file I)f 1 percentage point in July to I,
year large companies as Eli Lilly, McGhin and Jones, are How the county and every visitor
The bill has the backing of President -I These companies providing such reports, and the majorityof Cannon Mills, Dun & Brad- 1.9 per cent, the Labor Department and others complained that the : ard Crouch, public relations ex-!should cooperate with the committee -

Johnson who is expected they have at least 750 stockhold. companies operate on fiscal street and Botany industries are I: said today, the first time grand jury appointed them with : executive of Fairchild Stratos in its work."

to sign it into law promptly.The I ers and assets of $1 million or years which coincide with the unlisted. t he jobless rate has been below out their knowledge or consent. I Corp.; W. H. Parrish, operatorof I Bryant also called for repair-

legislation which was more, will be required to file :calendar year. > per cent in nearly four and a Andrew J. McGhin Jr., an aCcountant a feed store, and Elmo Cau ing the economic damage St.

I alf years. who is president of sey, operator of a drug store at Augustine suffered in months of
Dow Jones Stock Averages racial strife. He said that the
Employment climbed past the the St. Augustine Chamber of Hastings. I
Readers' Previous Day | 2nd Hour | Negro members are/Dr. R. W. ancient charm of the 399-year-
72-million mark for the first Commerce, said he wrote the
RequestTh II 823.40 | 30 Indust. I up 3.84 Puryear, president of Florida old city-first European settle
ime in the nation's The grand jury foreman R. Au-
211.63 | 20 Rails I up 1.11 history. Memorial College; Mrs. Elzora ment in the New Worldmustbe

bureau of Labor Statistics said burey Davis, that he couldn't Martin, property owner and a restored.
following market quotation 148.60 1 15 Util. I up .05 I
I ; member of the NAACP also commended the
are requested specifically by readers T2A million people held down I!serve because of business and executive
of the Sri Sun furnished financial byPierceWulbernMUrpheY page. The quotations STOCK LISTIl\TGS I 295.69 | 65 Stocks I up 1.15 j jobs in July. I community commitments. j board; Otis Mason principal grand jury's legal advisor, State

III, 3,950,0001 1 Volume 1,430,000 The jobless rate had climbed Hallie Jones, office employeof of Harris High School at Atty. Dan Warren of Daytona
J rom 5.1 per cent to 5.3 from Hastings; Tommy Holtz Sr., aj I Beach State Atty. Gen. James
the Florida Power and
I 1 May to June as the seasonal LightCo. plumber at Hastings, and Otis'Kynes and the special police!

NEW YORK STOCK Parke Day _-_ 1.00 27% Pacific SW Air 42 1I I:lorde of teen-agers came out of I also wrote the grand jury Mills, real estate operator.In 11 force that was sent to preserve
Putnam Growth ._ 15.90 foreman that he would not be
EXCHANGE'Abbott Pennzoil ..- __ 2.00 35% Secur Life & Tr 61 ; -- '.,school and into the job market. Tallahassee, Gov. Farris order.
TV & Elec ._ 8.04 able to serve. Jones said he had
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Pfizer _ .80a 48% Southern Nitro 22
Lab 2.40 40% Value Line Inc _ 5.61 reasons.
Phelps DG 3.00 _ many
.T 67% Travelers Ins 44%
:Allied Chem 1.80 52% Polaroid .20 Wellington Fund 15.29 Late Morning Two others who didn't wantto
Amerad Pt _.__ 2.00 77% --- % i Ministers Free
AMERICAN STOCK be identified said didn'tknow
Pub SV E G _.. 2.60 38 they
Am Elc Pow .._ 1.16b 44% ListingAllis whether would
Amer Enka 1.40a 55% Pure Oil _- 1.60 57 EXCHANGE Complete Volume Close Changes they resignbut

Amer Hone ...._.._ 1.44a 65% Rayonier .- .. 1.00 35% Aerojet.Gen 3o; 76 800 Chrysler 508 off Y Chal 19% Int Nick 77W they were upset over being

Amer M Fdy .90 19% Rexall .- ---- .SOb 49% Analex Corp ..... 26% 61200 Tex Gulf Sul 51Vs off 1% Alcoa 65% Int Pap 32% appointed The other without six named knowing to it.the Rabbis End Fasted
Reyn Mets _._ .50 34
48 100 Am Tel Tel 70V4 off
Armco Stl 3.00 72% Aqua Chem 151h Am Air 45% Jones&L 80%
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Atch Topka 1.20a 34% : Rich Merr 1.00 48% 38 200 Pan Am 30% off l4 Am Brk 57% Kais Al 34
R C Cola __. 1.20 74% Aurora Plastics 23%
$axter Lab ___ .36 24Jteckman Barnes Engineer 19% 38 000 Gen Dynam 31% off % AmBdPar 39% Ken'cott 85% Car Skids By DOUGLAS STARR in the North to quell riots."
Roy Dutch 46%
In 58% 1.73g 33 900 Cons Cigar 54'. off 1V4 Am Can 43% Lig & My 79% The clergymen, still in blue
Butler Shoe 9%
Searle GD
.90 60/ -
-Beech LF S 1.10 48% 17 30 400 Gen Motors 92% off % Am Cyan 66% Loch'd 36% TALLAHASSEE, Fla. AP) ,denim uniforms, were taken
:Bristol My ..._ .80 67% Singer 2.00 90 Cinerama Chromaloy ---- -- 68 27 600 Am Photo 8'/4 up* % Am Mot 15 Lorillard 43% One Hurt Two rabbis, who were jailed from jail to the courtroom late
Smith Kin 1.20a 64%
Urown Shoe -- 27 200 RCA 31% off % AT&T 70% 30
3.40 100 Mag'vox
other in the
Monday along with seven day. Municipal Judge
Sci __ 17
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Computer
26700 Std Oil NJ 84 off 7%
Brunswick _._ 9 Am Tob 32% MM&M 59% John Rudd read order
threeyearoldsitin an
CUtter Labs A 17 clergymen on a reversing -
St Oil
2.00 64 -
ambell S _ 2.40 36% 26 100 Gulf Oil 57% off 1% 16 Mohasco 13% III Collision
Ampx decision
St Oil Ind 2.00b 81 Data Control __._.. 47% < charge, got out Thursday a previous on a
.Carter Pdt l.OOa 17% Fulton Inds ._ 9% 26 000 Lockhd Airc 36 8 off il's Anaconda 44% Mons'to 79% night and headed straight for,petition for mitigation of sen.
Sterl Drug .65 28%
--------- 25 Tel El 32 unch
500 Gen %
Case J I -. 19/. Armour 47% Mont Wd 38% the dinner table. I tence.
Texas Util __ 1.20 61% Develop 5% One woman was injured yes
25 400 Ford Mot 51% off %
Cessna Air _. 1.00 28V4 ACL 80 Nat Dair 82%
They said they had been fasting He redueced the 60-day sen-
Textron _ 1.40 43% Mackey Airlines 5 terday in a three-car auto
25 300 Studebaker 7 off
Ches Ohio __ 4.00 76Loas % % % Babcock 32% Nat Dist 27% I
Tidewater __ 32 Mead Johnson -- 16 wreck that began when a car for the four days. ,I tence, which the clergymen had
S Gas 28Trans W A 40 Pac NW Tele ____ 22% AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE Beth Stl 37 N.Am Av 49 skidded on wet pavement in the Each ate a big steak, and they chosen over $500 fines to the

t:: B S _......_-_ l.SOb 39% Union Pac 1.60a 44% Philips Elec _ 43 STOCKS Boeing 55% Penney 57i 700 block of SW 13th St. were still sitting at the table,j time they already had served.
:Comb Eng 1.20 29% Und Air L __ 1.50b 48% Ric Group _. 5". Volume Close Change Borden 75% Pa RR 34 when the seven other clergymen I'The surprise action ended three

Tone Mills .80 20% Upjohn .- 1.00 51 Sperry R. Wts. 6=7 75 000 Magellan Pete 2 unch Brunswk 8% Pep Cola 58Vi Treated and released at Ala- left the usually segregated hotel ;years of fruitless appeals and

Cont Air! __ .40 22% Jim Walter 25% Syntex .-._ 65 43 900 Intl Oil & Gas 9% unch Cater Tr 32% Phil Mor 73% chua General Hospital was Mrs. dining room for a news confer-i j(ame just as new appeals were
Contl Ins _ 2.20 58 Elec 25% Celanese 70 Phill Pet 53% Larry Bratcher, 22, of 2330 NW ence. '11 I eing started.
War Lamb .70 30% Tampa --- 45 600 Tel.A-Sign 5\. off
tontrl Data 85% Worthintn 1.50 44% Tech Measur __ 19 8TV 31 600 Cinerama 6% up \. Chrysler 50% RCA 31% 6th St. She was a passenger in "It was the best fast I ever, "One result of Judge Rudd's

Corn Pdts 1.50 57 Xerox ,--.--..? 105'.i! : AVts -.----- 2H 25 200 Magna Oil 8 up >> CocaCol 134 Rep stl 44% a car driven by Woodrow Rob- had," said Rabbi Israel Dresner;,Iction was that each of us now
Delta Air 1.60 77% Zenith .- 1.20a 64% Com Ed 52% Revlon 34% ert Bratcher, 49, of 2049 SW 44th of Springfield, N.J. f las a permanent criminal record -
Det Steel _._... .60 14% MUTUAL FUNDS ODD LOTPurchases TRANSACTIONS Con Edis 91 Rey Tob 42% Ave. He and Rabbi Martin Freed-1 I a fact that Judge Rudd in-

Emerson El 1.00 42% OVER THE COUNTERNEW Affiliated Fund __ 8.91 ] 319,159 Cont Can 50% StReg P 30i man of Paterson, N.J., said thef!' 'ormed us about with considera-

Fair Camera .50g 24% YORK (AP) The following bid Capital Life & Gr 10.14 :Short Sales.._ -.-- .- 1,983 Dow Che 68% Seaboard 53 Gainesville Police Officer R. fasting had been a personal pro-1 ale relish," the clergymen told
Finan'l Fed 41% and asked quotations. supplied by the DuPont 260% Sears 116% F. Huckabee reported Rooose-
National Association of Securities Dealers Divers Growth -__. 9.64 Dther sales 295,847 test against racial injustice. I i news conference in a prepared
Fst Chartr 1.97f 31% Inc.. do not represent actual Iransactions --1 Dividend Shares -- --. --, 3.77'Total Sales 297,830 EAL 31 Sinclair 45 2'velt Powell, 52, of 903 SE 7th I The clergymen six whites sand statement.;
Fla E Cst 12% but art th NASD'* estimateof E.Kodak 128% Socony 82 :St., was traveling south on 13th
.. ._ 20.18 However
the range within which these securities .! Dreyfus three Negroes were released -! they said: "We in-
Food Fair .90 22% could hive been sold (bid) or!' Fidelity Capit 11.08 PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK Firestone 40%! SouthnC 64% :St. when he tried to brake for from jail Thursday night t erpret our release as a victoryor
bought (asked): MARKET red SW 8th Ave. and
a light at ,
.FMC Corp 1.00 55 Fla P&L 80% SperryR 14%
Fidelity Fund ---------_ 17.78 by the same judge that had I if the cause of civil rights and
Frito Lay 40% Alico Land 9% Fidelity Trend __ 18.54 Advances ._ _ 352 Ford 51% StBrand 75% :skidded across the center line I found them guilty of unlawful assembly -,a in admission by the city that

Gen Tele _ .88 32% Amer Fidel Life 27% Fund'tal Invest ___ 11.07 ]Declines _._. 720 Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 84% j into a headon collision with3ratcher's in 1961 during a "free.i t he original case was without

Ga Pacif _ l.OOb 54% Amer Heritage 21 Vi Income or Boston 8.55 1 Unchanged _....__ 254 Frept Sul 35Vi Studebak 7% : auto, which was''dom ride" testing an Interstate jf oundation."

Getty Oil _- .10g 23% Amer Mat Ins 21 Incporated Inc _- -- 10.02 Total Issues ........._ 1,334 Frueh Tr 31% Swift 50% I headed north on the same 'Commerce Commission order) They said they had been

Grace Co l.OOb 56% Amer Pioneer Life 8% Keystone K-2 _,__- -_ 5.61 I New 1963-64 Highs 21 Gen Dyn 31% Texaco 80 street. wiping out segregation at trans-reated fairly in jail, althoughhe

Hel Curtis ____---. .80 16 Anheuser Busch _. 52 Keystone 8-3 16.83 I New 1963-64 Lows 16 Gen El 82l% Thiokol 13% Also involved in the collision ;portation terminals. !It Negroes were cursed one

IBM -. 5.00 444% Anodyne ,__ -.- 4% Keystone S-4 4.79 Gen Fds 91 U Carb 121 1 was George Emory Eveson Jr., "The judge, in effect, threw d lay by a guard while stacking
Int Min C _ l.SOa 67% Gen Mills 42% Unit Aire 48%
Citizens Bank 37 Life Investors __ 10.41 27 who "
of Glen Burnie, Md., I LIS out of jail, said the Rev. I)rick. They said a complaint
Int Tele 1.00 54% Comsat Corp 32% Life Stock Fund __- 8.07'Mass. Quotable notables: "Self-pity Gen Mtrs 92% Un Fruit 21% ;was driving behind the Bratchr John W. Collier of Newark J1N.J. lad been made to prison offi-
................ .80a 46% Goodrich 54% US Steel 57%
Kellogg .I.-- Conn Lt & Pow 38 Inv Stock __ 16.67 i is our worst enemy, and if we 4 auto. "j ., Negro pastor of the Israel 'c'ials and profanity had stopped.
Lehman CP _- 1.34e 29% Cowles Mag & Pb ________ 12% Mass. Inv Growth 8.92 field to it we can never do Goodyr 43% Univ Mat 13% Memorial, AME Church. "He Their only objection to the
Litton In 1.98f 63% Dunn _ Greyhnd 24% WestgEl 34V4 An estimated $1,300 damage ,:
Bradst -- 64% Pioneer Fund 9.93 anything wise in the world"Helen said we were not needed in Tal-'I f,our-day stay in prison was the
Lone S CM 1.00 21% Firs West. Fin'c'l ________ 12% Puritan Fund ___ 9.31 I: Keller. Gulf Oil 57% Winn Dix 34% ,was done to the three cars, pow-j;
.I.fh...... .. i'ti';.IU -' ---- ---- 11n.v" .lH'.... ,. Ul1Ud 11 _:...I_ uas f'-._ -... .U..z. .U&AV", "'.VV.."".'tt IL/1 WS,'. \Vnn1.th IIVV'''''' .9ft...I''. .A!.!. 117*.. "sVioAs4'''CIIljSCU .n..rfU... .s.'..,.............:...: 'lahassee. He said we were needs! egregated cells, Collier said.

Martin M _- -.--.----, 1.00 18% Fla NarJ Bank 64n Int Harv 77 Jdriving.McG .

Hill --- .GOa 34% Fla Tele _.. 28 Gen. Telephone PresidentGets
Mead Corp -, 1.70 46% Forrest Labs __ 19 4 Tobacco
Merkd ..._ -. 2.00a 40 Founders Life 7 I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 5

Natl! Airl .80 49 FrankJin Life Council of 100 Post w l\ew York Tunes ,I _
HIGH SPRINGS Sea s 0 n that figure before the market
N Y Cent 50g 41% Great American Low '
> _ IH High Close Net Chg. sales at the High Springs 10- closed today.
Nia M Pow 2.00 56% Grolier _ 25 Rails 148.16 144.83 147.33 Off .18 '
39% 'bacco
TAMPA Fred D. Learey, in Lakeland, who market approached the 2 Yesterday, a total of 306,056
NorfolkV 6.00 137% Gulf LIfe __ business1 25 industrials 840.33 821.13 838.12 Up 4.37 '
54l 4 president of General Telephoner \chairman because of I million-pound mark yesterd a y pounds was sold at the l local
No Ind P S .. 1.48 59 Berff Jones 50 Stocks 494.24 482.98 492.72ljp2.O9 '
.11.!.. "JI.Y",4 r!.... I 0r.1:1..: ,. u __ i- _._ 14_ -- >.Anlrsnnv. rt Florida. _, ha* been__ commitments. and was eXDected to go over market at an average price
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.v "'CII b UQ .uv .v nuul JllS 5411, .t".1
of 56.64 cents a pound. Total
Olin Math 1.20 43 Jax linit Mkts 7% appointed; chairman of the new received
'Owens II G _. 2.50 lOOn Kennasaw Life 12% industry committee of the Flor- MERCHANTS, ARCHITECT MEET $173,345.16. yesterday was

Pac G & E 1.00 30% Ute of Fla _ 6 I
4 ida Council of 100, Council Through yesterday, sales to-
Pac Lting %.40 29 Low
s Company
21% taled 1,879,430 pounds for
Pac T & T .. 1.20 28 MiJgo Electron Chairman Raleigh W. Greene, $1,069-

Pan Amer A 1.20 3O% Mort Guaranty Ins 25 12%4 Jr., announced today. 'Facelift' No. 2 UnveiledBy 053.88.price through The season yesterday average was

The new industry committee 56.88 cents a pound.

STOCK currently is engaged in several MIKE GENGLER In his sketch of the block Many of the growers, accord.
FLASHES projects aimed at acquainting I I ing to a market spokesmen;,
Campbell endorsed of
I 1\IARKET "Operation Facelift's" second have received an of
northern businessmen with Flor average
trees shrubs and the of
ida's attractiveness for business project block began or- 11"" REVITALIZING decorative planter boxes use and 68 cents a pound for their croP

; NEW YORK (AP-The stock I Most top steelmakers made and industry as well as ganizing last night with architect I benches.He Offerings were going as high i

market recovered early this afternoon fractional gains. Jones & Laugh- tourism. Arthur Lee Campbell and as 70 cents a pound as the market .
in sluggish trading. lin rose more than a point. Chamber of Commerce officials DOWNTOWNfrom reminded the merchantsthat opened this morning.
Fear of crisis in charter member of facelifting "is not goingto I
a spreading Chrysler, up about a point, Learey a I !: VALDOSTA Ga. AP-About
Southeast Asia involv- the Council of 100 will head a M. I. Rudderman make people line up to get
possibly was the largest gainer among, cocaptainof two thirds of the grade averages .
Jng the. Red, Chinese, had simmered -motors. Ford, GM, American!delegation of Council members the south block facing Court- 1 into make your stores. It is going to( for Georgia-Florida flue-

down and key stocks Motors and Studebaker edged I) meeting with northern industrialists house Square, said that four renovating the storefronts views of store windows and downtown "more pleasantand cured tobacco showed increases

rose from fractions to a point or higher. in New York on of the merchants on the block parking and trash collection -creates a displeasing clutter. comfortable. toward the end of the week, according -

-so. Some of the higher priced August 13. "are ready and willing to par present particul a rly: He suggested locating park- Merchants at last might'smeeting to the Federal State

Activity, however, was the' stocks swung higher by larger ticipate." acute problems.: ; ing areas in of the : included Jerry Rud Market News Service.
the center
of the Florida State derman Asa Cox
A director I Ruddy's ,
slowest of ;
week. margins. IBM rose more than4, Campbell and Committee of He recommended that some street with a traffic flow in I Cox Furniture Leon Lower quality grades showedthe
of Commerce
Coppers, steels, motors, rails,. Xerox and Control Data more Chamber Learey 100 Chairman Howard Hall way be found to keep trash two one-way lanes along each Company; greatest rise Thursday as
also member of the FloridaWorld's Mike's Bookstore
Utilities, airlines, oils, tobaccos, than 2 each Polaroid is a met with the ; increases from to $3
and High south block merchants from collecting in front of stores -curb. This would allow drivers ,and R. ranged $1
S. Lillian'sMusic
Fair Authority, the Gibson
felectronics, farm implements Voltage Engineering a point. or board of trustees of the University at the Chamber of Commerce with no rear access, including -to drop passengers at the curb Store. per hundred pounds.
;jnd retails were among the so. last nightRudderman and Quality of tobacco was about
collection browse
of Tampa, and the boardof more frequent or as they passed by CofC representatives included -
Chemicals the of
and rubbers. but
gainers. American and Eastern Air told the group the construction of an alley by the stores. same the percentage
of the Frank Watson and John
I directors Tampa
mixed. leaf increased while less
were lines
rose about a point each. that Cox old ; prim-
: The Associated-Press average The Dow Jones industrial average 'ed Fund and the Red Cross. He Beauty Ruddy's.Dolores and the. razing S.E.an 2nd Avenue.building frontingon Campbell said a uniform :Sparkman and Hall, representing -:ings appeared on wareh o use

of 60( -slocks at noon was up 1.0 at noon was 3.84 is a member of the board of Shop (marquee might be built along the Committee of 100. I floors. The volume of sales was
at 313.7 with industrials up 1.6, 827.24. up at governors and executive 0 m- gin Variety the Store are all set to be- Discussing the parking problem } .,the entire block, possibly with No dates have been set for fairly heavy.
mittee of the Tampa Chamberof renovation Campbell noted that "no iron work organization meetings of the So far this market.
rails up .4 and utilities up 5. Prices rose In quiet tradingon project. supported by posts. I season,
As coppers rallied, Kennecott, the American Stock Ex Commerce.The good shopping _.center permitscars Although he said the effect ,east and west blocks, although ings have totaled 47,697,021
Phelps Dodge and Magma were change. Campbell reviewed the appearance to park directly in from might be considered "old-fash- Hall said thisweek he hopedthe pounds at an average of $55.48

up ,around a point Anaconda Tampa businessman succeeds of the buildings on of its shops." : toned" by some, he felt it meetings could be- arranged -per hundred. The Stabilization
Corporate bonds
Added a fraction. were mixed; James M. Wellman, of I SJL 1st Avenue facing the He explained that store front would maintain the architecture for sometime during the Corp. has received 3.6 per cent

governments were unchanged. W&lman-Lord Engineering Co. courthouse. He said that apart parking blocks motari It'I of the buildings. next few weeki. of this totaLTh


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"'u u'UHmuimmBUBMUiuaiimtoihiumiHiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiniiii.iBia iiiiiiiiti' 12 Mel Help WentsicstAt.M. 32 MobIle Home For SoleO.M 34 Waterfront Property -

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WANT-AD RATES | 'i Jo, 4sse\ \ .\\.getter, 553 QUALITY Cedar Key Shores Mtafr4clIiPlArrfe.( ( -
amoYrtotf -
with personabE preifoerm.. High qa, earnIng HOMES INC. fine homesits from $2250

PH. 372-8441 1 potential. Extra beneWs. Send Ant N.W.311\ St. Gainesville non-waterfront from $1510 ACROSS 2SWuMr&w t

resume to Bex 'U A.: GainesvilleSun. FK 2S113 Walt Johnson, Mgr. 1. Diana'course S2Thdo _ _ -

for ______ Marina Locations 1ST1AIG1EUPLYRt0J(
3S. = :
WANTED TTS Operator good work. Jtti 10 x 30 Skyline houte trailer Armpit
Ing conditions: good pay. Con air conditioned. 2 bedrooms. INVEST: facilities needed here fraying 34. In's -

Classified OnlyDEADLINES tact Stafford Caldwell Galnes- Phone FRa-1704. 3620 SW Archer figure 39.Male bold I I = :

villa Sun.S.TTRACTIVE. Rd. Village. Motel) LocationsINVES .
.iht.ww 11. Excuse 41. Pepper --
POSITION tor wide FOR RENT or sale 1 62 New : accommodations 12.Note = =
awake man. no ace limit neat Moon trailer 10 x 55 will take plant ) -

ap p aarance. good character smaller trailer for equity and needed 14. Exile 42. Fourth .
Tue*. thru Frl. papers-S '.m. Day before publication/ steady work. Phone 37Z7II1 or Q9v take tip ,...ment). Phone FR 16. Giant L :
coy ad* lo 10 In Sun. paj>er-1J:00 am. Sat. apply 2224 NW 'th St. 3-1313. DAVID ANDREWS- caliph
For ads to .go in Men' &HP-' ,.m. Sat BARRIER 17.Summez'1II 4 3.Careening --
AGE NO 1 Ox 60. 3
SALE 1963 New Moon. REAL
IF need to keep busy t earn Paris 45. Hidden LIt.FITTIUIBIE.IRI)
you kitchen. living room
tMlnlmum ad a lines) = BR front .
a money at the same time we and bedrooms unfurnished. F R 6- KEY 3841 or 3831 18. Exclamation rifleman
need you. Accident fc Health Insurance 0355 after 5 p.m. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLf
I FAMILY RATES agent with one of Flor OVER 30 acres of lake front, many 47. Reputation .
II companies no experience Also 5 furnished 20. -
ida's oldest bearing pecan trees. Journev 49.
1 Insertion ........... .. Me line will Sirupy
"" company houses with dock and deep
"" *''** '"*"" necessary 2. Winged 6. CorrtiatlT :
I I Insertions ..............V;..;........................... 22c line give complete training at their BUrrS well pump. Many extras. On 21. Iterated liqueur
." Ilserllon. ................... ....................... 17c expense. See company representative Lake Santa Fa. Inquire Lewis 24. Victory 50. Niton 3. Stripes ofdthc- -
t'otise $ :::: "' 14c;: in Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe. Jewelry Co. 7. Soak flax .;
ij number F i iD t d"t* muypVn. ;, liI line..; fits 11n.1" Bldg. 911. Tue thru Sat. or sign Aunculatt 4.Hoekial smother -
eel InserlloN, appf.US LAKE Alto lake front. S rooms and Prrposidoa DOWN S.lloalcmnoble -- -
374-4S5 .
bath, furn. Incl. elec. range GE -
I Five letter line plus expenses for 45 hour 'q MOBILEHOMES I refrigerator oil heater good Water 26. TIghtwads 1. Cavalry : :
word per Ptv
I week If Qualified. Fuller Brush dock and boat shed. Large lang sword 5. Breaks prrrrr7rrrrl3.B.dyJc&iLa 9. IndigenoBS
I Co.. 101 S. Michigan Ocala Fla. cleared lot. Sl .ooo. Ph. 468-1758. 10.Merchant

Same a* 2 linn 429-4743.

8 Pt. ordinary type i- 2 MEN OPPORTUNITY 35 Houses for Sole I'
I .
1 "? Pt Same as 3 line $90 PER WEEK INC. THREE bedroom CB homa.LS5 - 19. Surround '
*- ordinary type Need 2 men to start work at once. NEW IT IF IS
of down. take over FHA. 3012 N. E. 22.Ascot
helpful presence .
I automobile 8 10 & 12' WIDES
10th Drive.
it wife will be helpful at Inter - -
Same 4 lInes
IS your SS.MUeagt
18 I Pt ordinary' type = view. Apply' Friday S P.M. only. CAMPERSWe also $60 Month. New. CB home, low If I = = 27.OIdFr.ccte>,
Eg Holiday Inn. Gainesville. Ask for down payment. See at 210 S. E.
Mr. Echols. Electro-Lux Corp. need 25 trade-Ins this month 20th St. Call 3723576 or 372 i- if 28.DetectlBg -

'WANTED reliable intelligent do- for the best deals. 4492. : : device
Call us
I 24 Pt.Sims a'S type S Ilnia I nut maker. Steady experience work. not Apply necessary. In. 3 Ing LARGE room.BR.lg.lg kitchen living with roonvdln-din- ZI ZZ Z5 ITi 29.Click kekSO.

person Spudnut Shop, 1017 W. ete Paneled throughout. Call 454- : Keel

Univ. Ave.COMBiNATION. 3768361NW 1319 or 454-1632 after 6. 'a: 25 t' %T 3LCrJ-
I Ie MAN for S a Ie *- m
BETTER HOME 33.lAmJ.nw5t
work must J3th St. it Alt St. On street( <
3c Pt Same at J tInea liJQl1b man*&character some office& wart fe/er-c paft)7: i)) around our torntr. W)) tHfttd on your 4a nice SER 4'l ZJ 30 ( II V'L: : : = r// / // ores
era/mrr ffPf
.. tnc Apply P0 H or 3 to I) OQeI.M.. to 1 P.*v Ul: s home wITh wnO'.*. ,. .2 36.2>tmlnlthgradnalf

I I -P. tA. <:'O\l l'1\ 54. I fAWtf4'V week day. cent vanity hisS,in AVi oath bath complete oafnj We wU 35 m S'f ,IS 3 n U -

2 MEN For Salt 1 BR Mr ttrvd torn
/ for ItDn \ meet all VA or FHA standards.
: The Gainesville% Sun will not be responsible more is
local position with trailer aV enclosed cabana. Excellent Phone 376-6957 or write 2419 N. i' 4f, 41
incorrect nurtton. not <' Utt t:* \At.- tot any error \n .overtlsement For Interesting I condition. FR 3-9IM t-t r
to a greater extent than the cost of the space OCCUpied m unusual high earning opportunity P.M. _E. Wh Ttr. Rob Shalf.n. figs
::; by the l tem 1.1 the advertisement. No adlustment( will ( Phone 3T1-78U 0 to 10 A.M. Me' fun for a teenager to display, A.M. and 6-11 4235 NW 10th St. 43 440 45 4. 38. Fathered40.Hjpotheta:
be: made on errors that do not materially affect the value of for personal Interview. Electrolux for a child to play with. watch '62 50 x 10 Greatlakes mobile Desirable a BR. 2 bath home.

=== m. advertisement. = Corp. TV on. Use scraps. home. $501 for equity and takeover large F/a room & patio. Lot T -
== E= WHITE Male service station help/ low monthly payments. Call 100x176' lots of trees. 41 j- calforce
fi The Gainesville Sun rese.-ves the privilege of revising or is- P wanted. Experience necessary. Al BIG whale large enough to 376-0972 after S:30. Number

= lectlng any advertisement which It deems objectional and to Herndon. 91* SE 4th Street. seat a child easy to make of 2 SPECIAL10A Beautiful lots NW section ....::: --Jr--- -
i! chance the classification of any advertisement from that or- = same parts formed of scraps. plus : = : 46.'TheJalrlte'

Iii dared to conform to the policy Of the paper. MAINTENANCEVACANCIES) Ins.(rections.Pattern 553: pattern pieces; di $1500 x 203'1 Mile Lot for S.mobile off Paynes home Commercial property & acreage.E. : "hPar 48.Names:

IIUIlllllllllllmi! Prairie. For appointment call C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. tIme 26 M _"__ Ti ibbr.
-.-----.-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIII1IIlllRlnn"'nlnmmlmnmnl"IIIIIII---! -_._._' uw.u! _............... min.
Th/rfy-flve cents In coins for this FR 6-3052. 63S N. Main St.

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Large phosphate chemical operations pattern add 15 cents for each FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
in central Florida has Immediate pattern for Ist-class mailing and CONNOLLY
THEREIS WANTED vacancies for maintenance special handling. Send to Laur.Wh..elpr. Mobil. Home Sales. Inc. 213 1 bath home In select neighbor
Apply Humpty experienced Dumpty waitress.Restaurant personnel with minimum of Gainesville Sun. Needle- bedroom mobile homes. Many hood, Is now selling for $15.500. 35 Houses for Sole \ 35 Houses for :Sale I 35 House for Set
experience as lourney- craft Dept.. P. O. Box 161, Old
years 7 financing. Fla. liv. dining
310 NW 13th St. floor plans. year rm. rm. area
man In the following classifications Chelsea Station New York 11. N_Y. Drive out today. 3 miles Southof kit. util. rm.. carport and fenc- LEAVING TOAN will sacrifice. 3 BLACK ACRESPRICED j WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT I
LOOKING for a nice' lob and pleasant : Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. ed back yard. You must see this fir. 1 bath, screened In porch. 3 bedroom home for (9500 com
surroundings selling cosmetics Maintenance Mechanic: Must have NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. 376-0571 one before you buy. Call FR Fenced back yard. 27)1 N. E. TO SELL BY OWNER. 3bedrooms j plete, payments $5344 per me.
end gifts This Is an excellent thorough knowledge and experience 20089 for appt. 10th Terr. 2 baths, hardwood Includes insurance and taxes. Ph.
In general maintenance NEW FOR Lowest prices, easiest terms largest ----- floors, central
opportunity for an experienced 1965! 200 designs SACRIFICE heat .ir person. Apply Mrs. Webb work. Including welding repair of more fashions to knit, crochet than display in central Florida.We 2 BR home on corner lot. low down MUST units electric range and 376-6957' or write 2419 N. >.
Gresham's Gift Shop. Universityof Industrial pumps piping and ma- ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns, em- trade for anything. Free delivery payment $60 per mo Located at My four month old 4 BR, 3 bath Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. 'i Ter., Bob Shaffin.

Florida Teaching HospItaLSecretary terials handling equipment. Prefer broidery dolls' clothes. Send 25 up to 100 mil.s.fRAilER 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy home on a beautiful IV* acre corner 3125 W. Univ. Ave FR 66427. sell or trade for traIieFi Igt
previous experience In chemicals cents for new Needlecraft Catalog MART Ridgell 372-4125. lot, very modern with every. Irl: -modern 4 BR home (11

WORTH rock crushing. cement concentrator Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath thing to make living a comfort. NOTHING DOWN VA t rooms) Including sep. laundry &
Located at NW 60th St. & NW
related industry. VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT entrance Rm. with
utll. Garden
or East Palatka Phone 328-1058
carport and utility room. $9,000 1 BR 2 baths. 2000 SQ. ft.
Applicants must be In good physical PATTERNS in deluxe. new Quilt FR 13th PL WesthiHs. Ph. J722413 skylights. Island kit., equIpped!
the of Book. For $250 down. $45 month. Phone Will be all day Sunday or I
condition between ages beginners experts. Send IT'S FOOLISHto open family Rm. with natural rock
This position offers the right woman 25 and 45. High school educationor 50 cents now! 23355 days. shown by appt $300 DOWN fireplace and paneling. Shadow
a wonderful opportunity with The Company more. RECKLESS to NW. 3 BR I bath walking
required. pay
LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI Estates. 3520 NW 34th-
WHILEREADING large local company. She must benefits Including less. GET THE REAL tance to school;
excellent dis-I
offers pay central heat, out
BR, 2 baths
have the ability to meet and deal I owner 3 BR. 2 baths sep. dining Place. FR 13011.
with the group Insurance.: retire- 17 Work Wanted Mole FACTS. Payments as low as of city limits deep well, REA room. Irg. kit.. screened porch.
public. Typing and short. i $57.29 month with $300 down. I NEEOf-
hand an absolute ment, holidays etc. per power located at 3416 NW :34th 7 closets air conditioner. built- $500 DOWN THE GRASS
must. Excellent
opportunity for advancement to Reply with full qualifications. to CPA auditor bookkeeper 2 0 yrs. LAKE GENEVA St. in cedar chest back yard ter I BR, 2 bath, lg lot in Northwest I! MOWING
an executive Employment Supervisor. P. O. experience. qualified business Mobile Homes Sales race. Paved streets sidewalks
type position. Salary Sure. the needs mowing Se
comensurate with ability. Apply Box 867, Bartow Fla. machines. US reference: also Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. i $9,500 buys a 3 BR. 1 bath. Payments Call FR 29659 or FR 6-4140 $900 DOWN what if the grass previous owner's kids

I In- person to Fla. State Employ. An Equal Opportunity Emplo..erWANTED well known firms In Havana. $65 per mo. On SE 45th OWNER transferred attractive-3 JBR I bath Southwest only $Si I left their footprints In the cement

ment Office, 413 SW 2nd Ave.. experienced roofers. Apply dependable. Resident. Ph. 376- WYATT- Ter. BR home corner lot, Highland per mo. walk leading to that big
Gainesville, Fla. In person. 2413 NE 19th Dr. 2307. Court Manor paid pool member. 3 BR 2 bath NW close to school. fenced rear yard? This house I Is .

CURB WAITRESSES day end or call 3721715.SUPERINTENDENT. WORK Call 3722372.HIGHLANDS ship low equity VA Loan, payS still a darn good deal. Take the .
night shift. top wages. Apply home building WANTED can work as 3 Br.. 2 bath. quality 3 mo. 2721 NE 11th Ter. FR 4- location? irs topsl .right next
IN in person Jerrys Restaurant sub-division block & brick experience kitchen helper porter. Need Trailer SalesHome built. 2 story masonry. Cent. > ; DAN BYRDASSOCIATES. I to the Howard Bishop>> J u ri-or .

2310 S. W. 13th St. necessary. Must know work! References. 80* NW 4th heat reasonable down payment. i FOR SALE BY OWNER, 3 BR. 2 High. Bet you could find a use
Ave. of Price 23500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. INC. for the paneled Florida room. -
Waitress to work night shift 6 daysa VA & FHA specifications. Willing Pacemaker Mobile Homes Cor. Blvd. 372.8245. bath. cen. air condo and heat I Jack DeYot Realtor Mom should like the custom -
week. Good salary. Apply Sandwich to relocate write Box 433. Pa- Shasta and Alrstream Palm View Estates less than 1 Associates/ pine kitchen cabinets. To mare
Inn. 110 N.E. 16th Ave. latka or call 325-2076 for app Schools & Instructions Travel Trailers FOR SALE or rent ty owner 3 yr. old, FHA approved large E E. Holtoway this fine home easier-fo*--.ye*->.-

ThESUN Phone FR 6-0924. Ocala's First Mobile Home BR, 2 bath house central air shaded lot, no Immediate neigh Christine Stone own we have a new FHA com
13-Help Malt or Female SHORTHAND TYPING Dealer Since 1948 cond. & heat. Shady landscapedlot bors, owner transferring. 4037 125 NW 13th Street mittment that- reQl )lres-ont,.- $551
WAITRESS experienced, break. CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. convenient location Immediate N.W. 18th Place. Phone 376-0734. 372-2511 down and the house Is yours

fast and lunch. Call Restaurant ASSISTANT COOK Apply in person I Secreterial Courses Classes now Phone 629-1358 occupancy. Phone 3761923. 1962 HOME SHOW MODEL $11.500. Call night or day lock. stock and footprints. Calf
University Inn. FR 2-6333. Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 forming. Howell's"' Business College. Ocala. Fla. BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom 2 bath 4 big BR 2 bath Lvg. R. fam.R. 376-7971. Don't be surprised if

2 Ladies age 30 to 45 for general SW 1st St.. behind Sears. I, 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR. SPECIALS19U CBS house completely FURNISHED Wooded lot C. heat S1500 dn. LOOK WHAT someone from tt oX: Etari..

office work. Typing necessary. No WANTED TTS Operator good workIng 63507. refrlg, range. Must 37M NW 22nd PI. 3723029.LITTLEWOOb $14,075 BUYS! Inc answers.ELECTROLUX.OWNERS. .
I PINNACLE. 2 BR l'i bath for
shorthand. Prefer one to have conditions. good pay. Coo- Real sacrifice this weekend FHA $450 I : Snappy brick faced Ranch modelIn ==: 4
I Estate Exam $2995. $500 down. 72 payments at WESTWOOD area.
some perpetual. Inventory experience. TOTAL cash, I pay all the rest. I
Caldwell Gainesville '
tact Stafford
llv.-dln-kit.. Fam. Village Green. Combine t Ion
3720327.SALESLADY. I $57.50 per month. 372-6869. House 3 BR, 2 bath ,
Call 3725792 or
Sun. COURSE 1964 PONTIAC No. 2687 for $3795. Sat. and Sun. Rm., central heat gas fireplace hobby shop utility room. BI g
5 day week. Company ATTEND First lesson free. $505.15 down. payments $62.54 per will be shown on well landscaped shady yard and master bedroom with floor to -service
WANT benefits including retirement plan. EXEC. secretary; stenographers; HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLtwE: ma. NEW 2 bedroom frame house, lust Attractive patio. S6M dn., S105 ceiling ventilated closets, paper. Prompt friendly on
Apply Manager Singer Co.. 216 key punch operator secretary-bookkeep secretaries COLLEGE. 318 w. Univ. Ave Travel Trailer, sleeps 6 for $695. completed nice wooded lot 5 mOo FHA by owner. 531 NW 34th ed half bath with colored fixtures your Electrolux cleaner. Free

W. Univ.WANTED bookkeepers er; clerk-typist; (foregoing female FR. 6-3507 372-3727. BUTTS MOBILE I HOMES. miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-4570. Dr. 3721145 day. 372-4537 night. and dressing table. Central write pick I up and authorized delivery.Eleetrolux Call or
heat. Sidewalks for
TTS Operator good work. 21 35 yrs.); male trainee 21- HIGH SCHOOL INC. TWO bedroom home near Univer FLETCHER HEIGHTSFor I your Sales & Service.
Ing conditions' good pay. Con.tact 27. college bacl NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street sale 3 BR's hardwood club for relaxation. Fully
Stafford Caldwell. Gainesville SASOO $13.000; prelect engineers School P. o. Box 16441 Jacksonville 4182. by owner your Ph. 372-7811 2224 NW 6th St.
ADS 14.000 engineers to Fla 32216. parking all around our corner. floors 2 tile btths cen. sodded lawn for your leisure. Big
$7 : process GAfNESVILLE. FLA.
Sun. $14,000 maintenance engineers to Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale heating Fla. rm. 14 x 20. dbl. home features such as walnut
LPN for new born Infant care & 12.000; Instrumentation engineers MEN & women IS to 53 to train for week day. Phone 376-8341. by owner. Immaculate 3 BR., 2 carport, lot 100 x 140 with nice paneled living room walls real

prepare evening meal, live In to $14,000; accountants CIVIL SERVICE 2 BR house trailer reasonablerent bath CCB walk to new School shade trees $15.000.' 3936 S. W. i plaster walls and ceilings. tiled I
for 2 weeks around Nov. 1st. No $6,500 13.500; personnel ..ss.ts.S7 Examinations. For informationsend located on Archer Rd. deadend. Terms to responsible 3rd Ave. FK 3774. sills. Formica custom cabinets FREE ESTIMATES.on
Announcements cleaning or Ironing. Ph. 376-3563. 14.000. name, address & Phone No. Phone 37?.3829. party. Price $14.000 376-8741 or FOR SALE THIS WEEK Luan doors silent switches.Cap .

WANTED saleslady, must have |lew- PERSONNEL CENTER Key Training Service. 112 W. 372 4874. 1 Br.. CCB 1 bath oak floor, fireplace It off with at VA authentic FHA gas FURNACES and Quality -

3 LOST & FOUND elry store experience & references 102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-6377 Adams St.. Jacksonville. 33 LOTS FOR SALE LEAVING TOWN. Will sell my 3 stove ref attic fan fence terms lamppost and and easy have yourself or a Central ArConditioners

steady position, good salary. COOK wanted for Sigma Phi EpsIlon I IBM machines 024-026 limited enrollment B R, 2 bath, cent. heat. built In ed back yard fine lawn-trees. 3 deal Call you 376-7771 Hugh Edwards

LOST Labrador Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. Fraternity, 5 Fraternity Row. classes now forming. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 kitchen home. You can save blks. from Littlewood. $1,100 Inc. 2909 N. E. 15th
Retrever.bTjck; $1500. Call FR 23826 cr GR down. S7* mo '2l NW 36th
female. Mt. Dora tag 512. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Apply In person Sat. Aug. 8, Howell's Business College 218 W. trailers. Large awnings. 3 large St. j
5-592Z. Melrose. i St. 37" 22o.
Unlv! Ave Phony 3 lots of
376-3507 patios septic tanks
Ity Caret Estates Phone up to $5 per hour demonstrating 1:00 to 3:30 P.M. See Mr. Gary --IFURNITURE
ViCIn-I famous Studio Girl Arnold. Call 372-9303 for interviewat shade. good rental income. Just 2103 NE 12th Ter. by owner 3
4 Personalized Cosmetics. Full or Part Time another time between the i 28 Livestock & Supplies outside city limits. For sale. FR bedroom 2 bath CCB-house. Den REDUCED PRICECall by 141'!!

Phone :576-4336 after 6. above mentioned hours. and family room. carpeting and for appointment to see this

LEARN fo DRIVti Special ii- WANTED SHETLAND blue ribbon pony for 68583.ACRE lots for sole. air conditioner extra Irg. fenced spacious home, S BR, 3 bath extra UPHOLSTERYFor Best in equipment s.sing Internally
experienced Legal Secretary sale. Owned by Clark Butler's yard. 3' tentlon
to nervous or elderly 14-S"le. Help Wanted top quality' workmanshipcall insulated ducts designed
begin work by August 21. children. Has Phone 376-1236 features of this outstanding
Easy Way Driving School. FRt won many ribbons $15,000 terms. Call FR 4-7962 for few and Installedby
or earlier. Salary' commensuratewith In horse FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. Located at 3806 SW 2nd enneered
.7Vr, I !Ir hv !85.5.: at Flu shows, very gentle. To appointmentNOT buy.
experience and ability. LICENSED Real Estate salesman. tal price Including saddle and REALTORS Ave. Reduced to S26. OO with 372-6142
Fringe ben flts. Blue Cross week drawing account. IN SUBDIVISION 3 Br col- '
and $100 a bridle. SI50. Ph. FR 24425. 926 W. Unlv. $2.000 down.TOM. GAINESVILLE ALL AMERICAN HEATING
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Blue Shield. For interview con- Large volume builder developing onial, hardwood floors fireplace. ( AIR CONDITIONING CO.
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a LOTS FOR SALEon Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa DOBSON UPHOLSTERY
KUT 'N KURL Clayton. Phone 372-'591. Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville dairyman to show us a better Milhopper Road. FR 29976. tricks, Kirby Smith Schools. $!!/. 1508 N.W. 13th Sf. PH. 376-82.68

Beauty SaloonBeauty MAID, full or half time. 5 daysa Sun. dairy feed than CPA Cooperative 500. FHA. $72 per mo. Including REALTOR Free Estimates-PKK vp and I 1930 NE 23rd Blvt
Mills 16 All Lots N. W. of Galnesville-$2700 taxes and Ins FR 2-2734.
pet. Pulleted Dral- delivery. 24 Hour ServkeTHIS
on a Budget week, permanent. Call 372-4972. FIRST CLASS SALESMAN Full MLS member Ph. 372-147
All work guaranteed. I time. salary and commission. Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of POOl J3.500-I3750. OWNER LEAVING. 3 BR.. CCB. Margaret G. Coram Assoc.
PERM. $5.00 up DIVISION MANAGER Contact Circulation Manager. Per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- MARY MOELLER 2 baths, pump for lawn. $500 dn.
Cort Cosmetics has opening for full. chua. phone FR : ,
SHAM..SET $1 50 up Gainesville Sun. 2-1095 or 4412105 Assume FHA mortgage. 3762293or
14 E. Unlv. Ave. :727724 I time Manager In Alachua County. REALTOR or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr.
Open nights by toot Must be dependable have car SALES REPRESENTATIVE i
and phone. experienced In Direct WANTED I 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 1019 W. UniversityFR I 4 2 bath CCB A-C. lg. utll.
Selling. Will train. Salary For & fam. rm. nejr clem school
Well rated Miami Mfgr. exciting 6-4471
E :SPtCIAL NOTICES Interview write D. Cox. P. O. refrigerated i furniture line 1 SMALL & Boys' Club. $13,500. $450 dn.. ,
I bred puppies. S10 each. 4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale.
Box 7471. Orlando. Fla. Give resume plus closing. 372-9714
aggressive representation In See all
day Saturday and Sunday Terms be J. T.
Nurse will care for I or 2 elderly of past experience. can arranged.
Gainesville Should work 1127 N.E. 23rd Blvd. ONLY 50 down and FHA
or disabled people In my home. the area. Howze, Rt. 4, Box 301 Galnesvliie FOR $
Reasonable Phone 376-6538. CASHIER TYPIST permanent from his show room and call on EXCELLENT black Cocker SpanIel Ph. 372-1090 approval you can have Immediate -
position for experienced or well Institutional retail. decorators. female 7 months. possession and ownership of
WORKING girl needs transportationfrom trained high school graduate. architects professionals cabinetmakers papers. Shots puppy.bargain at $50.AKC Pet 34 Waterfront Property the best value house for sale In I
Archer Road to Gainesville Shorthand helpful. Must have etc. Koolbar Mfg. Co.. or showdog. 3723077. NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air II
hours from I to 5. Phone 3762369. and ability to ___ _
pleasant personality 3738 NW 50th SU Miami Fla. conditioning. Paneled family room
meet the public. Interesting work Phone 635-2353. 4 weeks old female German Sheo- WINFRED H. CRAWFORD joining living-dining area for extra VE I
pleasant office. For prompt Inter. herd puppies. AKC registered, $75 Reg. Broker, specallzing In spaciousness. Electric range
August 9-16. .Benefit view, phone Mr. Allen. Sun FInance PART TIME .,cl1. Phone FR 6-6276 or see LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. and dishwasher. Back yard completelY -
4 to 10 p.m. Should earn $100 per at AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose .
Junior Woman's Club Charities.: FR 2-3561.. 1206 N.E. 17th Ave. enclosed by 7 ft hedge.CaR
week. Must be neat. Ages 21 to GR 5-2981. 374-4147 for appt. to see at
See any member far ti k..I.. AMERICAN
40. If you're having difficulties Shepherd and English
LAKE ANNE 80 ft. 225 ft. with 2213 NE 7th Tar.ADVERTISE.
Wanted Shepherd x
12 Male Help making ends meet. Call FR 2- puppies for sale. Wean-
S Baby Sitters Child Care 2310. ed. wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. quick 20 x 30 sale.frame RA house.4-1036 Priced Jackson for IN THE!

6 WEEKS old AKC reg. Chihuahua ville. 750 Mlckler Rd. SERVICE
I infants Manager Trainee SELL KNAPP SHOES full or part DIRECTORV'J
keep and childrenin -
puppies. Males & females.
time. Earn S25 to $150 a week on Reasonably WEEK'S
my home. PERMANENT national finance organization high commissions and bonus. priced. W. B. Phifer
Call FR 25169. I will employ several Steady year round business. High Springs, 454-1976. 4541731.
I ambitious and enterprising young Equipment furnished free Writeto PEDIGREED miniature po od I .. I NORTHWEST SPOTLIGHT
men who are desirous of getting : Wm. E. Pierce 730 4. Hyer. black female 4 mos. old Phone
Day wk.. or mOo Old Newberry ahead. and who are willing to Orlando. Fla.WANTED. 376-27e4.
Rd. Planned programs. Pick upat work hard to realize a fine op I I TRAILER ROOM
Llltle.ood and Terwllllger portunity. 3 MEN DACHSHUNDS miniatures, AKC
schools. Call FR 2-M67. to assist me In my business. Salary registered. Good with children I I -r
CAREER position with progressive plus commissions Jf ({/Jam/. _tine oe REGISTERED nurse will care for company. Work win consist of C ed. Also company bonuses. NeatIn
cft Homes
For Safe
thru Friday large fenced In back fa have trainee ready to man- sary. Call Mr. Stevens 372- 5QCI. "HAS COME TO GAINESVILLE" ft'h e LockerRem.

yard. Phone 374-0682. age one of our consumer finance Scott I. Fetter Corp. between 9 1961 I 10 x 50 VAN DYKE with cu. .: when .11 cocktails are two for the price of one.
offices In the shortest possible A 10 A.M. Monday. Wednesday tom 10 & 12 WIDES 1.2-3 BEDROOMS "hour" extends throvf.Ii!
CHILD or Infant care. Prlve home. time.' & Friday furniture air conditioningand I.e. Beginning at 5 P.M. the .
Lit tie woo d Area. $35 month. other extras. Make offer. Lot 7 P.M.
Open For Your Inspection Low Finance R.t. iTho
Phone FR 41961.TINY. 18. Beta Ave. Aracher Rd. Trailer
SALARY and benefits unusually
Wanted Female sedate
1&-Work Village. STEER ROOM known for its atmosphere,
good. and opportunity unsurpassed -
TOT for right person. Apply In person TWO mobile NORTHWEST TRAILER SALES specialises In delicious steaks cooked t* your perfection
Udo Ironing In my home. WH K homes on large shady
PLAY Aetna Finance Co.. U N. 13th Place. Call FR 6-211. Lin- lot complete. with deep well. 2702 WALDO ROAD N.E. from 5:00 to 12:00 A.M.
SCHOOL: MaIn Gainesville. coin Estates. Each mobile home has screenedIn I On to the Lounge to conclude your eveninf with. fmt

Visit ui and SM for youFS@lt. MARRIED man age 25-50 for In- MAID desires work. references patio. Must be seen to be AT PALM LANE PHONE 1760205FEHOM & and dancinf. Each Friday and Saturday night Free
84 tF Btt\ St. FR 4-78M. dustrlal Insurance debit, guaranteed Iron and appreciated Live In one rent .
clean. I I
will cook care
features the music of band.C .
starting salary good opportunity for children. Call FR 6-1130. other. Phone a7-wo. a
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED tor right man. Call 172- C SWatch
7167 for interview. TYPING In my Home can furnishreferences. ,
I! For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
Will work one or two
AITRESS. over 2{ FOUR roofers at once.
WANTED office. Phone 454-
Apply in person to Thirsty Gator Also 3 sheet metal men. Call 372- days your
1M5 HIgh Springs
433 N.W. l3tht.atter 1:00 P.M. I
1311 or 376-5563 I

LADIES WANTED experienced grill cook 17 Work Wanted Male DINING ', CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCINO *

IF you like to meet people & get apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- _ _ COCKTAILS
paid' for it. see our company rep ranf. :310 NW lifts St. SEVENTH graosbuy wann to GENERAL GAINES _ _
reul'lt.tlv.11 I LONG'S ,
TWW. tnrg Sat. mow lawns. I CAFETERIA
In retail milk route salesrnan. STEAK ROOM
our ofice Rm. 205 BaIrd WANTED
Hdwe. 25-45. must be bond- Phone 372-5162 NEW USED MISUSED ALL VERY LIVEABLE STEER ROOM
Bldg. or phone 3764485 age waiting between ordering & I
tor appt. Must be over 21. Part to Jim Johnson at I Featuring U.S. Prime and ChoIceNo
I.toplb. cafeteria service.
time 4 hrs--day & 5 days-wk. ". Phone 3725406 I steaks prepared to your tlltl'I lunch The finest In dInIng enloyment .
: Sac ft tics
No selling no collecting. $1.25 for appt.SALESMAN.. AMBITIOUS WHY PAY RENTWe I en our open hearth. Holiday inn, Complete dinner night & Cocktails dancing In our lounge. I
_per hour salary.YOUR To train for managers 1900 S.W. Uttl St. FR 6-I2U. Sunday noon 97c. Serving Gainesville Nocovef-NsmiMmtim

position. Company benefits Including YOUNG MAN I for 12 year 3i> w. UftfY.fRED'S LOCKER ROOM
"ROADTO retirement plan. Transportation Will Take Almost Anything In Trade EVEN MONEY Ave. 4541 NW IJTn St.UNIVERSITY .. .
Apply Manager.
furnished. BILLIARD'S *
SUCCESS"Do Field Representative, _
Singer Co. ila W. Unlv. Ave. I' -
you on representative WANTED: BOWLING *
graduate to train for CUE STICK BILLIARDS .
) Radio. sudlo. tape -
calling on a I
you had clviiwn NOW Charcoal Steak Room. Smorfss -
technician. must have career in finance. Car
regularly? If you don'tperhaps experience. be able to supply Fun for only young men PALM board Cocktail' Hour S. to *...!
it is on open territory character & work reference. Must necessary. Good salary to BUT : women, too. LANES drinks for the price of 1. Dane- _
permanent lob. regular start bonus vacation in. WIder leagues new forming. tS 2 A-M. to Bobby Griffin's -
which could offer want a HOMES INC. Bring your dates Restaurant Ing
opportunity and good pay. FEDERAL QUALITY nvrsey pro snop.2U Parkers orchestra -
hours surance and retirementbenefits. Open U A.M'Iii 12 P.M. Waldo Road Combo ft Richard .
on excellent
you earning (U T.V. S. FJUL antenna' installer. ; N. Main Street 316-4654 tra 1901 S.W. 13th SFR. 6-214. .
opportunity. Start now for I Apply In person to: GAINESVILLE I STARKE

big Christmas profits. No $ 60SN.MainSt.COUCH'S Phone Southern Discount 4820 N.W. 13th ST. I 2117 TEMPLE AVE. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA 'OR PLACE :

experience time. Write necessary.Avon. P.Part O. I t A.Mto 12 or 2 to 6 ".M. Company, in Starke. 964. WALT JOHNSON Mgr. | ROY DEVILLING Mgr.AT12A5TI I 1 OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE --

Box 448. I YOUNG man to work as salesman 0101 for appointment. CALL 372-8441. --
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JS KVMM (Of S.C. J5 Houses far ia/ 35 Houttt for Sab 1 35 Houses h, Sate IJ HilI/III'ii'5jsBVThwHERNEARET 35 Houses III, 5a). ) 35 HOUJ,, for ).).

FOR SALE OR TRADE lor trailer 1 4 I BR modern home en 1 acre of FOR Sate or Iraoe. New 4 CONVENIENT NORTHWEST LOCATION : 3 Br. 2 bath CCB cent. heal and 3 Bedroom i bath CCB/ carport t
equity In 3 B R. 2 Wh. buWMn tand. 7300. Terms Phone GR home \oue4n \ \SR.j attractive 100 tot; 3 WOOD SCHOOL BR. t oa Ug. air condo IW x 160 Lot. 1900 utility room. fenced! tack yard. I
kit., terrazzo floors. cen. heat. Estates. On city sewers. 8 R brick house with oak floors ( LR, family room built in sq. ft. paneled family room flre Patio. Handy to Schools and University. .
THE TIME IS NOW Phone 3744775.ATTRACTIVE 52277.A St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. cypress 1 mahogany trim asbestos kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING place cathedral celling. Shadow $750 down payments
GOOD BUY Rm. I living Rm.. dining area. shingle roof Fla. rnw. store- It HEAT. VOOO and Lawn Estates. Owner leavIng *4.7S or tt.OOO cash. 'tt N.W.
2 BR. Fla. Rm.. tile Central neat built-in kitchen including room-stop dW. carport; price under assume mtg. Call :37 -2tt7. state 372-f V4. tt,,i Sf. FR .,,'s.
patio CB home. N.W. S5S.90 per GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards 116,000 Includes refrig., new
mo. Fum. or unfurnished. FR 34325 YOU'RE MISSING THE BOAT If walk to schOOls. close to kitchen ranee air conditioner TV
or FR 2-6667 you don't call tor an appointmentto U of f medical center FHA antenna. Call agent at 374-UH or
FOUR BR. 2 bath all brick home. see this nearly new large 3 122700. Down payment S1.700. owner at 372-273._
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr Oak floors completely built-In- BR foyer 2 Bath large home LR, separate with entrance DR. Immediate occupancy. Drive by FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 7$ gal. 8 OUTSTANDING HOMES
kitchen contains other built. Cad ButlerBrothers ,
many Fla. with 1027 NW 40th Drive. fuel tank. 100 shrubs bride patio -
room panelled wall &
in features CIIheating and air 372-9545 daily 376-W44 fenced yard near elementary
House to Rent? cond.. 1MO aq. ft.. ((9. finished kitchen old with fireplace.built-in oven Big family range moht. and Junior high schools. I I I At Landmark Inc.'s 1964
garage easily converted Into family dishwasher. CENTRAL HEAT & screened porch. 1 BR. 1 bath
room. S2Xtoo South Idyl- -CONDITIONING.. WOO down. If you qualify FHA.
wild. Phone FR 4-U4t. PRICED DRIVE BY See at *25 N. E. 20th Ave.
FOR QUICK SALE. can be bought
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS with reasonable down payment PROFESSIONAL MAN has pur- I -
vacancy Price SlashedThe and assume existing financing.Call chased larger home offering his L
MYRTLE LASSITER. 374- immaculate 3 BR. }Vt bath home
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit owner of this lovely 3 bedroom 0817 or 3727943. with Florida room & 30x40 ft. HOME
2 bath masonry home Is READYTO patio bacK yard enclosed by
SELLS If you want a home REDFRANKS ligustrum hedge. carpet like OWE
with a central heating system. lawn & landscaping thermostatic BUYERS
built-in oven and range family REALESTATE controlled wall furnace built In
room laundry room carport. wall airconditioner stove Incl.
large corner lot located In the I N.E. 1st St. Ph. 374-0817 Floored attic with disappearing I
COSTS NW SECTION CALL US stairway. Everything In perfect GUIDE N jfak.* IX'X j?
Here's what your Vacancy YOU NOW demands of ._ _
THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew condition to meet the \ sSiSfckjs* >* JA te n .v
MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 Palm Springs model. One of the most discriminating. A one
EVERY DAY until it is rented PRICE CUT FROM $18,000 the best looking homes we've ever owner home on which LOVING by The James Co.
to $14.500 ONLY SLOb DOWN- built. Four bedrooms. 2 full CARE has been lavishly bestowed.
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL baths beautiful brick facade Must be seen to be appreciated. -
The James Co. of Gainesville
excellent kitchen arrangement. 114,500 for quick sale. Drive by Inc.. Builders of Kings-
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: $14,900. No money down VA 1325 N.E. 13th St. then call W.E. berry Homes for this area will
John Merrill FHA only $800 down. Price Includes "Bill'* HARRIS 374-0817 or 376- be happy to answer any ques-

$40 per mo. .. . $1.33 per day gas lamp.fully swim sodded club front member lawn 292f. tions you might have concern
home ownership. You (
Realtor ing mightbe Sfl

. $1.66 ship.VILLAGE REDFRANKS one of those people that P&
$50 per mo. per day MULTIPLE LISTING GREENBy now owns a home but found
PHONE 373-1494 HUGH EDWARDS. INC. REALESTATE that it Is now Inadequate If

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day AssociatesMarceila Pardl 2909 N.3767971YOU'LL E. 15th St. 7 N.E 1st St. Phone 3165851BflUIIIIIfluIUTfltflflUflIQWH5UMBI1llh1ITT this Is the case a call to The
Co. could
James very well

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day w.HGLADVS- BE HAPPY AFTER YOU we solve mean your trading problems.In your By pre-this

sent home.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day ,'
SMITH COMPAREOUR There are a number of questions

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day that trading.we can We answer feel concerning that- OPEN DAILY
MODERN QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONBy by talking with us you can
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day pick a suitable floor plan and
1542 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms. 3 baths Your Inspection exterior design that will suit

$80 per mo . $2.66 per day 115,000. Good financing. Treated furred and plastered wolfs your needs. from our many.
plans that we keep on hand.A
4040 Newberry Road. 3 brms. 2 I- Complete ceramic tile baths
call to the James Co. will I
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day baths low price of $22,500. Twenty year specification built-up roofs get all the facts about any 4 'til 7 p.m.
White Terrazzo Floors
type financing. any questionsyou
2125 N.W. 3rd PI.c,. 2 t
$90 per mo . $3.00 per day brms. excellent location story.34500. Spacious bedrooms and closets might have without any-
obligations en your part.

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day I IfOO S.W. 35th Avenue Idyl wild. .S All Contemporary masonry construction Design no upkeep We have lots available Inmost DRIVE West on University Ave. to Old State Rd. 26, turn right cxn
3 brms. 2 baths new FHA. $24.- N.W. 43rd St. to Suburban Heights.OR .
000. S Large shady lots any section of town for

$100 per mo . $3.33 per day Wide paved streets with curb and gutter you to choose from.
7 S.W. 26th Street. Corner lot 3 DRIVE West on 16th Ave. to N.W. 43rd St., turn left to Suburban
brms 2 baths l7.fOO.. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths Paramore have over 30 years Heights.
1246 S.W. rtn Rd. 4 brms. 2 baths, MODEL combined experience In the
P K. Yonge area $21,000. construction of homes. By careful C
W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD supervision by Jim and BUILDERS ARE
West Hills. 2 story. 7 brms. 4 baths Gene. it will enable you as the
I large lot $65,000. homeewner to get more home I
your money Fred Mason A. W. Fletcher
10 S.W. 23rd Drive. .Corner lot. 3 makes The James construction I
brms 2 baths air conditioning. DIAL 376-5394
to be beyond compare.

I $35,000.lit N.W. 34th Avenue. An estate of "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST"PALM By building primarily the Macoma Homes W. P. Ridgway
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Klngsberry we we
a home and guest house. 32000.
35 Houses for Sola 35 Houses for Sal! I have a great advantage and
534 Ni. 8th Avenue. 3 brms 2 great opportunity for you as
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baths lovely Interior good financing the purchaser to pick design
4 I BR 2 bath. 1800 sq. rU 14 yr 15000. I and floor plans that are created -
old home. 4th Irg. BR separated
from ethers could be by some of the countrY
family room. ,Cent. heat and air 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms. 1 EXCELLENT leading architects.
cond.. oak paroue floors 'Irg. cor. bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120 NORTHWEST LOCATION
ner lot. New FHA loan has been I If you desire complete Information
PR arranged with total down paymentof 14 SW. 32nd Street. 3 brms. 2 cell The James Co. and
$800 which Includes closing cost baths. excellent location $31,500. 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL we will be happy to come to I WHY SETTLE
929 N. E. 10th Place. Call for your home and spend any
appt. days FR 14401 evenings and Lake Winot. 3 brm. 2 bath home on CITY SERVICES amount of time necessary to
lake front. 823.500.Lake
WESTMORLAND for Immediate1occupancy. __FR 6-274 weekends.JWK __ explain The James Co. systemof
This 4 bedroom 2 bath
Lak-a-wana. 2 brm. 1 bath. WALK TO SCHOOLS home ownership.We .
>ome: modern built In kitchen.
f .central air conditioning & centralJ'eat. Sand bottom lake 14000.
: From can secure FHA VA and
Transportation by school $16,000 up
several different types of con-
, :J>us to schools. 372-8404 I GLADYS SMITH, $600.00 down ventional financing. I FOR LESS ?

HOLLY..FORE E ST...this delightful
home on a lovely wooded.lot*, 3.bedroom. DELIGHTFUL three bedroom home Furnished Models by Home Beautiful If you own a lot within SO
.-! bath. separate dining In the NE, convenient to shopping 1228 W. University Phone 372-533 FHA Conventional or 60 miles of Gainesville, callus
Jamlly.- oorn.. large -screened petio corner lot with backyard fenced Carolyn Noyes ing for you.3Bedroom..
; ideal for entertaining. for the children. 1155 square _ Virginia Powers FERNWOOD MODELS
feet of living area with : V* bath with New & Pierson
FLORIDA this'e t
PARK, mil I
1 I family room. From $12,250 hardwood floors on
.3 bedroom 1'tbath home ideal I Ii I UNIVERSITY and shopping center M well shaded lot. Small down-
for** -crop!*,*toealee-) a quiet <: I I .
-area of town. Immediate i occu I close walking distance from this I $400 down $100-VA payment. FHA.Construction

pancy.BIACK ..- two furnished bedroom and house.two Completely kitchens 4012 S. W. REDUCED It St. 3 BR 2 Bath Day 2-9545 Night 6-9048 to start soon on Homes in Highland Court Manor
ACRES;.Win traditionaltome. mean Income when house is Fla. rm., beautiful Ig. lot. flbl. 5 V.A. 3 4 Bodroom homesin :
3 bedroom 2 bath living. ,I rented as two one bedroom carport. cent. ht. immediate occupancy Drive West 16th Avenue I N,E. Gainesville. Call now
toom.-separate' dining room & apartments. Tetil price only call us. on I and make all color selections.All I
larmly room with-fireplace. lovelymodem $*.*00.00. j Turn left on 39th Terrace these will be brick veneer.
built-in kitchen central : LOVELY VIEW of woods and a LITTLEWOODand Start at only 79.34!
heat. Weitwood area 3 br. 2 bath We have 4 lots on :3Wh Ave. :
stream from the glass walled rear
of this appealing contemporary cent. ht. beautiful iurrgundmgsr liKe I00'x774' Pick a lot and house
residential tub-
NEW WESTSIDB new drlv. past .33 N. W. 36th plan to suit you.
home. Cypress construction. I
division of acre lots. paved Dr. That's right- you can buy a new threebedroomhome
step down living room with
streets.Inside lots (15000 corner -
$050.00. Select your dream fireplace three bedrooms. two BACK TO SCHOOL Now under construction 3- in Highland Court Manor for os little as
2 baths with 1435
Near School. 3 BR 1 bath C 9. Bedroom
)ome site now before prices ad- baths breezeway patio. Close in, estb. lawn quiet St. S10- I Sq. Ft. floor area double carport $79.34 per month, including insurance and taxes
equipped kitchen. Beautifully
1wce. private; beautifully con- 900. good terms. Call vs. on shaded 100x274' lot. Will and built-in Toppan oven and range, with hood,
L trade on this one.
HvTM.PARRISH venient.(20.00000.FHA evaluation MELROSE COMPARE1! fan and filter.

Owner will trade for Gainesville I
J. W. property. this Ig. and charming
And. get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality
I you
KIRKPArRlCK! house beautiful surroundings and I
; Realtor 'I landscaped. S BR. 3 bath partly THESE HOME VALUES construction too, including such items as Owens-

31 N. Main ASSOCIATES Phone: FR 24404 turn. BEFORE YOU BUY Corning fiberglass insulation, Wolmanized pres-

: & ASSOCIATES. INC. Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell INCOME n iii sure-treated lumber custom built-in cabinets.
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Capt. A. w. Reece, USN. Ret. N. W. Triplex rented with estb. a .. ___ I and Wall-Tex kitchen and bath.
Carolyn Gertenhlre Mary Parrishtf. Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin Income. 3 apts.. beautiful corner vinyl paper in
N.E. First Street TeL: 372-3375 lot. good terms. Immediate posses- I
sion. I uvt! Why not see for yourself? Our air-conditioned
McKINNEY FRED The following are ready for I For More InformationCall
INVESTMENT occupancy. I model home is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

GREEN. 4 acre plus on Archer Rd Zoning I i Sunday from 1:30.:
Industrial suitable for rental units.

-DEATON REALTORS ARNOLD MARY MOELLER I The following Is now under 3330 P4W.28thAyo. I TheJames MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Main turn
iiI construction end will be ready 4 BR. 2W baths. S29M dn. E! ,

LUXURIOUSTruly REALTORYOUNG REALTOR I for occupancy bosh Slit per mOo Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd., and continue to NE 12th St. Turn

a horn thta of elegance.hem hIS Unmtslakeably the- 1019 W. University ASSOCIATES FR e-4471 I 3 3310 B R. 2 N.W.bath 30th 1400 PI.dn. SS7 3320 NW 30th Ave. I Of Gainesville Inc. LEFT and follow signs to model located on NE 31st Ave.

'exquisite features new that I discriminating FOLKSNo ,. W. Moeller Foster Kesler per month.11IIJIIIIIJI1llilll 3 BR. 1 bath. (500 dn *77.per j Builders of Kingsberry
would desire. It.Ioc.tlon closing costs. Lovely 3 bed Dick Durbin mOo 00 Homes
person exclusive Northwest room. 2 bath home. Hardwood -- 'llIIIIWII
In the
Is much desired 3 large floors dishwasher private fenced JWK OFFICE PHONE
bedrooms 2tully tiled baths In rear yard. Immediate occupancy 303 SE 38th St. 372-2527
all4Hrooma 4JO down FHA. $86.57 3 BR. 1 bath. 1400 dn. 561per
living dining
crllan per month total payment. See It I Norwood 3 HOLIDAYS
Jully Jar;. paneled carpeted Fla.with room with open today) 372-8404 mo. I 372-7401 Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Phone 372-3471

,beamed ceiling with fireplace I NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address -
.exquisite drapes Central heat 4 BEDROOM I on this utterly charming i Hope 001fl00Bfl00E0I00U0080WflS00m003!!!: I j
.and air conditioning A kitchen Close to both elementary and Junior two bedroom house. All rooms I I -- ----- --
a.woman would love many other high 1.100 no ace spacious fireplace panel- ;:
attractive features You will Chain link fence -qU.lifying'l I ling Available "H" Inc. ALL OUR HOMES ARE =
pleasant porch. -
be surprised end excited as we.were paved street and OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
when you see this fine er than rent. Move now.TR.LEVEL soon. FHA commit. $I SEEING ANYTIME IF
valttr home. We would be pleased ment. Shown by appointment I YOU WILL JUST CALL.
to show you this home by. .Ppelntment only. Exclusive I: We Trade Homes 1 OPENS THIS SUNDAY 2.8 pmLOCATED
317. listing.
Call FR
2200 *q. ft. 4 bedroom sleep level) I 1123 se. 4th
for quiet rest. Living level for or Property FR 4-5301 or FR e-7W
LARGE FAMILY gracious living play level separates J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency it. .. 28-HUNDRED BLOCK OF N.W. 34TH STREET
children from edults. Central 31 N. Main FR 24404 1 UI u..1IIhJn
Three bedrooms. .- Sleeping porch .
heat and air conditioning for to. --- --
Separate dining room uvin YHrr -Coinfort.--CIII. 2-3S22

electric room_toilet_two rang.kitchen baths-. electric Home-equipped outside completely refrigerator servants with I, for appointment.DUPLEX N.W. location. BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN I

furnished single car garagelot I Investors attention Close to University -
100 e 100 Paved street Hospital.. SIlO inco mi. SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODFLS :
city sewerage water and lights never vacant. S15.0CO with terms. .
.Immediate occupancy Close I to Modem construction. I
.Church School and Shopping I NO MONEY DOWN
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A" 3 iR 1 bath home for only COMPANY
S400 dewn payment and SSS.OO a Multiple Listing Member
-month which Includes taxes and 1119 West Unhf. Ave. 372-3J22 LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.
Merest. Call FR 2317.ASSOCIATES Associates: Pete Sleg
Jane CaldweU F. w. Hodge 376-7971
Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo AUGUST 9- 1964
.4: Peed Guy Jayne Butterworm Boa Kaifcman Jimmy Greene _
tel.-J.'W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
Multiple! Lhttng ADVERTISE IN THE Priced from $13,900-$17,250 fro
SERVICE DIRECTORY 0 _0 12 Beautiful Homes by 12 Leading Builders

:; ,PfllCE{ REDUCED EYES RIGHT! Sodded Lawns !!I c 0_0 Co-Sponsored by DIRECTIONS:

:[Modern home lit 1 acre. j See%real dream living In Shadow Swim Club !I 50e i Drive West
Lawn Estates. I :Gainesville Builders Assoc.Gainesville en University *r
.Bedrooms. bam tub and Mooeis Open.F. ; I Home
Air Cond. Optional Donation To Junior
Shower. Carport and utility D. Oliver. BIJr.PH. .. -.i _ 16th Avenue. Turn rightAdmission
room. USOO. 1500 down. Month- FR SlIM Colonials -wis.sji, -, 5e-i Junior Women's Club I Woman's Club Charities
-payments $49- month. Phone Ii west en NW Jtta Ave. past rf (North), on N.W. 34th St.
the Glen [I Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
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35 House for Sole 45 Furnished Apr 51-A Wonted To Rent 66 Misc. For Safe 85 Automobile for SaU 85 Automobiles for Salt

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE EFFICIENCY' APARTMENTS. $SO FOUR bedroom home under $90 EWI Sofa bed and chair $-.95. >TBu.ck. 4 dr. hardtop, auto. I960 SUNBEAM Alpine, while-war

INDEX WESTPARK month. Phone 466-3<<1- In Gainesville by Sperry employee Platform: rocker $12.98. Used TVs trans., power steering & brakes, tires. wire wheels, excellent cdi
- 2030 NW 55th St. by BR.owner Payments low Beautifully kept. must be seen. If EAST SIDE Phone with GR 4 5-5043.school-age children. Hollywood$15 up. Used beds refrigerator 2995. WilliamsService $35. radio heater. $250. Call 374-3825 tton Phone 374-7824._ __

down payment. 3 2-0258. you are looking for a 2 bedroom. Center. Hawthorn Rd. '61 CORVAIR club Coupe, new 1954 OLDS M hardtop power *teerw-
less than rent. Phone 1 bath home with screened porchon GARDENAPARTMENTS COUPLE seeking nice 2 or 3 BR 3723937. wsw tires. perfect condition. $995. ing and trakes good cond..$12$

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE LOVELY NW 3 BR. 2 bath home a large corner lot. Immediate furn. house for Sept. 1st. Prefer Call or 374-5381. ext. 452. or best .cff r, .Dr. Kassel, .
1 III lemorlsm. E2C&rd : in Westmorland Estates. Central occupancy. 111,500. See at .__ air Conditioning. Call 372-6673. TWIN Innersprlrg mattress matching 3.527 3211 ext S592 -
01 ThankS It W&ted S. Bay == heat & air conditioning. GE built. 1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone box spring. headboard. $39.95. 953 Chevrolet. 2 dr business coupe

a'Loa' II F.... c: MuhlJler1 II T.... g in range & oven. Beautiful land Dick Robinson AssocIate. Ralph $57 per month upGainesville's 53 Office-Desk Space slightly used. Repossessed solid stand. shift good condition $195- Automobiles Wonter
4 P.rsoa1Ized Services Q Ba1JdlDC Materials scaped 100 x ISO lot with many Fossey Realtor. at 374-1359 dayor Finest mahogany Early American living Phone 376-9707 or 372-5804. 8 _

I Travel Int.rflatIa. II Household G.... E trees. VA loan. priced to sell Im night. U West University OFFICE space for rent including room furniture. '62 FALCON. 2 dr. auto. trans. low CARS WANTED i950-34 Fords

S Special N tlcei a AeUques Ii mediately. FR 24344. AVf'nue. Furnished or unfurnished central heating. air conditionIng 602 S. Main FR 2-4379 mileage, like new $1095. Liberal & cftevraets. Al Hemdon "er

. 1 'I.rlsti U HI.e. Fir 1.10 E Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. utilities and private parking KING size mattress 4 2 box terms to good credit risk. Call Ice Station.'.t14 SEj th S
. S Baby SlUera. Child Caro .17 TradlDc P.... I DELIGHTGO 40 Business Properties ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone :37640b. __lot 111 SW Third St. springs. complete $149. owner at 374-1795 or see at Us- !
. I Places To Go Aa. Artlelca Wanted serys Service
4 drawer metal chest $12. Stat. NW lOtti
TUDC' To lee ;: Fed UM FOkSALE Newberry Trailer Park. 54 Business Rentals Ave. AO FOR THE COECTIM
r.o '
Bots Eq.Ip. E5I WEST on NW. 39th Ave. one mile north on Al. $400 down. 3 I rooms. 2nd tloor. private bath. COX WAREHOUSE
71Camp.Uant.FIi 5059 and find your future home. $60 month total ".,OG. Ora gas stove. Comfortable. Couples 602 S. Main FR 24379 958 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe E .
AUTOMOTIVE II OWe. EqJpme I Attractive 3 BR. 2 Bath CB home __Ball. Archer. Fla. no pets. no children. WO. 727 E. FOR LEASE I red with red interior Leaving

. ':6 Alrplano lale..Beatall '23 Muleal Merel1uillo with huge Florida room with fire Univ. Ave. Modern air cond. suite of offices. $6 PER' MONTH town must sacrifice. FR FR.2-1411
A-C unit. SALE fully restau- Repossessed 64 model automatic 6-40.
;1 Trucks for SaloA place. Cent. heat. one equipped trailer Ideal for Downtown location near court
'2' Tn.ks Wanted Built-in elec. kitchen. Double car. rant small investment building TWO bedroom quiet. house and federal building. Ph. Zig Zag Select-O-Matic Sewing '63 CHEVY Impala 4-dr.
- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE for rent reasonable. Ph. 528-4281. couple or 2 students very this machine does zigzag R & H. hardtop Of
II Tteetir A Truck Eent&IaI =: port. Over 2000 sq ft. living Phone *7igi. SE 72nd St. 372 7943 or 4-0817. Machine factory AC Crs
area. Going for S21,950. _._HlStell.:! Williston. : fancy stitches monograms windows t. seats. 14000 miles. ty
TraUer BeDtals 22 Mobilo Hem" for Sets ii STORE building. 20 X 30 ft. avail- teyrole
GO WEST on N.W. 16th Ave. to button holes. sews on buttons. Trade 8. financing
_ n Motorcycles 4 I.ooten SI Lota for Solo 3669 and a BRAND NEW 3 BR. 41 Residential IncomeFOR 46 Unfurnished Apts. able at 620 S. Main. $50 per blind hems. etc. Take over remaining "5. Ph. 372-3. consiered. $ N. Main Sr. i Ave. .
II AatomollUo Repatro SI WaurlreD' Property 2 bath CB home. Central air- mo. Call John Merrill. Realtor. 7 payments of $6.00. Call
- U AatomobUeS for Sa>> 15 B..... For SaJo IS conditioned & heated. Large family SALE Completely turnish- SPACIOUS 4 rooms unfurnised. IVi FR 2-1494. Credit Manager 372-7680. United 41 VOLKSWAGEN, loaded. $1095. --- --

: I' Swap Cart U COUaeo For Solo 55 room. Beautiful built-in elec. ed 3 unit apt. house located baths. new paint. large yard $85 SMALL warehouse with platform tor Sewing Center.REMINGTON FR 4-9723 or FR 2-24.

-. 17 Reel E.tato Eichsnged E kitchen. For those who love luxury front of lot 95 x 200 at 115 N. E. per mo. on annual lease. 923 NE trucks loading It unloading. In 962 Ford 500 XL convertible. Air BARKLEYMOTORS
EDUCATI'INAL 38 Real Estato Wuted yet is budget priced. Half 9 St. Price $15.500 net. Cat be 3rd Ave. 374-9992. city limits. 1132 S. Main St. electric typewriter I ', conitioned. bucket seats.

.. 11 Sell.... II batneUoa S' Oat 01 Towa Propert7 acre lot. financed. FR ""' 56. 2 spacious BR. new kitchen large _Phone_ 3728433 or 376-4173 good condition. $100. Call after 5 mies. Ph. FR 2-0129 21.0
.8 B..lDe.. rr.peries GO NORTH on N.W. 36th Drive to unfurnished $85 mo. P oM. 372-4738.
11 M..I. DaseIDr. = 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adJoining yard. per 1962 THUNDERBIRD .
- ZI Waat'-i-b.tndl.. CI ResidentIal heomo 527 and you'II find the buy of the rental property. 200 ft. on annual lease. 923 NE 3rd Ave.. 56 Business Opportunities 1 rebuilt lawnmower. 2 rebuilt 2 radio full air conditioned -
- screened good
week. 3 BR. 1 bath.
41 Farm. II Acreage 55 & utility. Extra frontage 300 block N.E. 3rd 374-9992. H.P. Briggs engines 1 elec. Impact tires. $550 equity PWe.up low

: EMPLOYMENT U.l Coloro4 Property Salll porch clean. Stove.carport ref. & dishwasher.All Ave. Will sell together or sepa- 2 BR unfurn. apt. 216 SE Jth St., WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY wrench. See at 1619 Haw payments. FR an or FR 2- "IN THE AUTO GAME-

- 11 Work W&ated Ma!. for only $12,000 with termsto rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- kitchen equipped. Married couples STORE. Price to include complete thorne Road. 0943 BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
land. and build-
RENTALS 4752. & welcome. $65
- JI Wort Wanted Femai == suit. children pets ing. Be your own boss and makea 15% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES.For 943 Comet 2-door- blue, I cylinder 2201 N. Main St.
Contact M. U
. U Saleo Help W&ned 4J Colored Property Rentals GO LOOK at these for only a FEW ONE house. 3 units. completely furnished per mo. plus util. comfortable living. Near Gainesville those Interested In learning standard shift Radio. heater $1495 FR 2-4373' t
hundred down 2131 NW 55th income NW Shea 372-4353 or 374-2743 evenings.NICE FR 32223
IS Help-Mal. Femak $2700
- ., (;ou.,.. for a.. year. In excellent location. Terms ceramics. classes are held every
U Mle Bolp W&ate& U Ferulobed Apt. e 44th Terr. St.3904 2402 NW NE 21st 11th Terr.St.314 NE 720 Section asking $15,000. Phone clean 2 bedroom duplex. large can be arranged. Call us for full Mon., Wed.. & Frl evening 7 to BY owner. clear '57 Cadillac. ---- -- ------ _n_ _
Dram.tS. 4. Unfurnished Apt. FR 4-3825. living room. kitchen equipped details. f P.M. ELLA'S CERAMICS 2145 air heat I
11 }'...& Help Weoted n Hoasu for Rent )..r.U .. NW 22nd Ave. conveniently located. Avail. Aug. ALACHUA REALTY E. University Ave. FR 4-5548. er.Fleetood.power. coditioned.Cal after 6:00

Houses for sent Volern. 42 Forms & Acreage 15. $100 per mo. 1226 N. W. 14th ASSOCIATES TWO nice steers for freezer P.M. 374-3971 PAINTJOB
FR 4-1777 or
411 Ro.mb tsr Beat
UNIVERSITYREALTY locker. Can butcher. 40 cents
376-2448 per FOR SALE 1957 Belair Chevrolet.
21 ) .rm Ealp..eDt 60 Hotel E.omS 80 at $385 north of
== acres per acre. lb. dressed. Phone 372- 65
$895 also 1950 Chevrolet pickup
27 F..d II FerUUaer II Mise. Reotols 5i NW 39th Ave. Call W. H. Buck- 47 Houses for Rent Furn. CORNER GROCERY. Due to ill ; 'I

1 a LIvestock .. SappUu IIA Wanted T. Rent hannan c-o John Merrill Realtor. health. long established profitable SET of Evening Star wedding $175.35th Cal. FR 2-973. 1935 N.W

IC LaDd.eapIDc Top SoD III Boardera Wanted == FR 21494. 2 BR CB home. turn. on Swan grocery for sale at less than rings. Phone FR 60219. -

SO Pets II 8appUes 13 OffIce Deck 8pa. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 10 Acres with 2 BR. 1 Bath house Lake. Avail. Sept. $45 per Mo. assessed for taxes. Our loss can
11 Lhut.ek Weoted III Bounces Beatala 5 W. M. Munroe. Realtor 7 rrl. West 16500. Call for appt. FR 2-4352 or GR be your gain. See at 1203) NW WHITE baby crib mattress & GAINESVILLE I
Asso: S. E. McLaughlin 5-5220. Melrose. 5th Ave. sheets. Infant seat car seat. like

FINANCIAL SERVICE 2 Frank Roby. Roy McCannT. 14 Acres with 2 BR. 1 bath house; ONE bedroom house. suitable for 1 new. Also used Bahama lounge AUTO SALES $3995

III Ba.lDe.. OpportaalUer 21 Special ServIces C. Douglas. Jr. beautiful home sites. on pave person or couple only. $50 per 61 Wanted to BuyAO" & gold chair. -1"8.

17 Money t. L... U Horns Impr.vementgIs 5 ment. Call us now. mo Hawthorn. Road. Phone FR MOVING must sell furniture, appliances 1007 N. Main St.
Mortgages U Badlo II TV Benin MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 2-4742. Electric stove. Must be in good and car cheap. Phone Phone FR 2-6313 At
II' Money Wonted IS Appllaa.. II Faraltur.nlln FordyceRealtor house condition. Reasonably priced. Ph. 3761778.
== 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 4-4471 STUDENTS 10 room FR 6-4946 Northcentrol Florida

.............--! !-!!! ."..,..!.....'.....,.",,, "! "..flflflhttttItllmomflmTUflfIlv12fltmmHfltrnmleffih.-'..- '."" ', ....-' FORDYCE ACREAGE ingle for rent beds newly standing decorated.now. Lease 9 CASH for your used appliances BLOND desk. 40x30". $10; Largest HAWESPOWERSBODY

High and rolling acreage good N.W. required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave. furniture. clothing etc. Call Williams Phone 376-8484. Inpndent Dealer SHOP

35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sola section ited time.available for only a lim- Call 4952375 Archer. /Rd. 3723937 Service Center. Hawthorn NEW; Polaroid. Color L Pack. Camera 611 S.W. 3rd St.

Automatic lUll wnn tiasn. Regular .
By Owner. 7 rooms. IVl bath. $600 By Owner. 3 6R. IVa bath, CCB Small acreage tracts also listed. FOR RENT 2 BR house In High $14950. August special $119. I FR 2-0538
JUST RIGHTfor Over 30 acres S.W. of Gainesville Springs partly furn. $50. complet. 62
for equity payments $90 per home. Assume mortgage. Low Machinery & Tools Ph. 376-1258. 1021 W. Univ. Ave.
month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. equity. $86 Mo.. Dead end St. the young executive. This beautiful high dry and waitingfor ely furn. $55. Mrs. Horace Linen UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY INC. MELTONMOTORS
Phone 3766819.New 1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 23855. 4 bedroom. 2 bath home with a the right party. Complete ith 454-1834 High Springs. COMMERCIAL Carrier Air condi- I
tremendously large recreation room.A home. tioner. 36,000 BTU with water coolIng HOUSE full of furniture everythingmust ATTENTIONHUNTERS
BY OWNER. 4 BR, 2 bath. extra TWO houses. completely
attractive kitchen set off dishes. tools
very FORDYCE tower. 1st class condo $495. go toys records -
ished. 2 BR for $45 1 BR for
Ig shady yard. Westmorland. 401S by Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan Chace S. Kitchens. 19 S.E. 1st books. etc. Drive out N.W.
& ASSOCIATES. INC. Includes water and &
$52. This gar.
N W. 13th Ave. FR 6-7993 for
Brick Homes be arranged and also excel Ph. 376-6031. 3721 St. FR 6-8225 16th Ave. to Millhopper Rd., now
0 collection. I
appt. lent monthly terms. $26,500. Call REALTORS SE Hawthorne Rd. 43rd. Turn right. Vt mile to sign. 703 N. Main St. SPORTSMENSPECIAL
by Fordyce. 376-1236. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 64 Household Goods FR 47047.YASHICAMAT.
2 Bedroom house also rooms for FR 6-7571
Builder JWK FARM AND GROVE on 30 beau automatic camera
OAK STRIP tiful acres 12 miles from Uni- rent. Nice quiet neighborhood. KENMORE AUTOMATIC. Washes field case & 3.5 mm. lens. New 1956 GMC PANEL V-8
floors are one of the many features furnished. i Phone FR 4-7577 well. $30. If interested. call
Home fully
3 & 4 bedrooms, built-In kitchen versity. $50. Also other equipment. Phone Hydromotic tronsmission.
- equipment cen. heat VA & 3728404TRANQUIL you will find In this attractive farm equipment Included. 325 cit. ONE bedroom house for rent. FR 25035. 621 N. W. 34th Ter 372.8238.
_ FHA Homes-no closing costs. 3 bedroom home located in rus trees outbuildings. Buy this. Phone 4722048 Newberry. race. Allen Hayes. Value Rated 4-wheel drive. Lock-o-
setting under massive friendly Florida Park. Paneling. 59 Ford polar air conditioner, $75.
move in and go to farming.For motic hubs oversized tires
: shade trees on over an acre In and Florida Avail- 'I ENJOY furn. waterfront home year FOR SALE Coldspot refrigerator Good condition. Pnone 454-1578
Capitol Builders Inc. Kirkwood. Gracious masonry fireplace able under F.H.A for room.only $18,500. Information call or write around. Excel. fishing and swim- freezer combination. 2 door. good Used Cars & wheels. This is a real

N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street residence central heat two Call Fordyce 376-1236. ming. reasonable for qualified condition $75. Phone 3727206. 70 Boats-Marine Equip. hunting buggy Just like

: OPEN HOUSE DAILY baths. three bedrooms PLUS Angle Real EstateC. family. GR 5-2242. FOR SALE 5 hot water tanks. 30 B&G MOTOR CO. new. Cost over
another bedroom and bath EXTRA gal. with gas heater attached also 12' Aristo-Craft. Runabout with 25 $15.00
.... Call 172-0361 374-77M.
or for guests. a relative or large living room and delightful L. Ang'e! Broker 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. I 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete H.P. Johnson and trailer. $345. Cadillac Oldsmobile New.

for a study. By appointment kitchen for this 3 bedroom home. O. J. Angle. Assoc. with gauges 2 crane shallow Phone FR 6-6571. 2001 NW 13th St. NOW $1395

- only. Exclusive Shady lot, patio and fireplace. 4404 N. W. 13th St. 376-6927 ONE year or longer. BR 1 bath; well pumps. Inquire Lewis 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with

listing.J. Terms can be arranged and the 7 Y2 acres, 10 miles out. $110 Phone per FR mo.22346.507 NW 34th Ter. Jewelry Co.TAG. trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235. 1962 CORVAIR 700

: PRESENTING price lust reduced to only $11,900. $2000 cash APPLIANCESTested 3911 N. W. 7th St. i 4.dor. sedan. automatic -
W. Kirkpatrick Agency Call Fordyce 376-1236. THREE bedroom. 2 bath Fla. rm., FULL SIZE
S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. kitchen furnished at 1105 N. E.Jth and Guaranteed FOR SALE 159" Crosby boat with transmission radio
- In young executive area an 31 N. Main FR 28404 4722000 Newberry. Fla. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up 1963 75 hp Evinrude. For Information 6
St. Call University Realty. heater. White wall .
other FINE custom designed & 9 Ranges from $39 up call 372-0885. 1964
-. built home. for this 3 bedroom. 2 bath FR 4351.. 17 Washers from $19 up Solid white with red in
Featuring home on a spacious one acre lot. 43 Colored Property 1 bath kitchen equipped S Dryers
: fireplace air TWO BR from $49 up 12' Plywood fishing boats. terior. A reol buy.
conditioned paneled famIly STEVEN FOSTER Paneled LR & DR. sliding glass TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up $49.50 FORD
room kitchen. a dream HEIGHTSLocated doors In LR and master bedroom. HOMES fOR SALE Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up $1145 I
: with luminous ceilings & Only 15000. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. 2 S. 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. S. 376-5987. 10 TV Sets from $35 up THE TACKLE BOX
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 1962 CORVAIR
pantry. 3 BR 2 bath. fence, at NW. 37th Place & ment. Some small down pay. I "FASTBACK"
3 BR. 1 bath home. SW section. No 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 3725303
patios & many other extraordinary 6th St. New brick homes under ment. Monthly payment $57 ta students. For appt. call 3725633. The Heart Of East Gainesville" Monxa 4.doO. 4.speedfloor
: Ideas. construction. Pick your own FordyceASSOCIATES. $65. Also homes built on your 10 cu. ft. Frlgidaire $35; 36 In. gas Check with Charlie 2dr. Hardtop shift. radio & heater.

colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms.by lot for no down payment.Call FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. houseIn stove $15 Both operating 1731N. bucket
FR 21791. wall tires.
: Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr. INC. TOMMY RIDGELL Alachua. $12.50 per week. CallE. W. 12th Rd. phone FR 4-5948. V-8 Engine white

Builder Phone FR 2-4125 I D. Floyd at 462-1871 or 462- SOFA & chair. coil springs. dark WSW TIRES seats. Solid black with
Multiple Listing Realtor
WIMBERLY ESTATES 1577 anytime.TO 15Vi Industro boat with lots of extras
Grace Fordyce. Broker FOR SALE 4 room house. Vt acre gray. nylon tweed. Boucle recently white interior. A nice car.
: NW 36th Ter. elf NW 39th Ave. Capitol Builders, Inc. Associates: land. water available cash or I i PARTY EXPECTING to be reupholstered. Like new. $75. elec. start 30 h.p. Johnson. Large Wheel Covers $1345 .

Open Sundays at 2.00 or by NW. 37th Place 6th Street Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden terms. Terms $50 down payment here 2 years. 3 BR, 1 bath home Ph. 3725847. Champ ing motor tilt Included.trailer &$550.elec. Phone troll Freshaire Heater

: appt. 3725689. I CaU 3720361 or 376-778S O. C. Gay Dick Banks required monthly payments are near schools $110 per mo. Call USED Maytag automatic washer 468-1809. 1953 FORD V-8
2250. Refer acct. No. 3187 call 372-1706, after 5 P.M.
Frances Hough Sarah Goulden $65. Phone 376-2905 after 5 P.M. ONLY
Phil Black collect Jacksonville. -UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home. FOR SALE 14' Renegade sailboat $2473 Radio, heater'go rubber.

MCKINNEY 359-2804. $110 per mo. Call 376-7466. 1 yrs. old fiberglass. excellent $
: 2 studio couches with bolsters, sails, beautiful condition. $450. FR
Gainesville's newest and moat GREEN 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 2 BR. furn. for two $70.00. brown newly covered $20 ea. 21052. Delivered in Gainesville BUYS ON
V luxurious apartment building. .. I 2 BR. 1 bath Kit. Equip. N. W. 3024 NE 10th St. SEVERAL FINE
I and
DEATONREALTORS NOW RENTING $98.00. STUDENT leaving town household 71 Cjmp-Hunt-Fish OLDER MODELTRUCKS
LAKESHORE goods for sale; refrigerator auto. $53.96 PER MO. CLOSED SUNDAYS
2 BR
COLORED ultra modern duplex -
apartments large living and MARY MOELLER, washing machine air conditioner 9x12 I TEN I. good condition, WITH DOWN
% 15,500 BTU. T.V. and antenna 1
TOWERS MUST SELLIf dining area modern kitchen with REALTOR misc. furniture. 411 N.W. 17th St. sleeps six. FR 2-2954. RAULERSONMOTORs
fan. la/ge storage closets terrazzo after 5,
you believe In being lucky this floors. tile baths space heater 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 4-4471 72 Office Equipment MUSTANGS7Ready
might be chance This hot water heater. facill
your -
NOW !LEASING fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central ties for washing machines and SMALL house with double garage, 66 Misc. For Sale HAWHORN!

heated 2 yr. old home must paved streets. See at N.E. 24thTer. yard fenced couple or with small Prices Slashed for immediate -
be sold Owner will consider a or call for appointment 372- child. $65 mo. 525 S. E. 4th Ave.
reasonable offer under its presentFHA _5321 or 372.5322. Phone FR 24379 or 2-8620. Prices SlashedMaking Delivery 372-5285 -
Making for of Florida'smost
value of $17.250 locatedIn way one Home of A-T Used Cars
Madison Park Good FURN. room. kitchen priv.' for CAN'T FIND A RENTAL way for one of Florida's complete office mach I n ecompaniei
condition dependable working woman. LIn- Buy my low equity. 2 BR, all/ appliances most complete office machi n e CARS.TRUCKS ..JEEPSA1
Act now Drive by coln Estates 1039 SE 19th St. Included, $65 monthly companies. SHAW & KEETER
3202 N. W. 22nd Pace and call Inspect evening 6 to 8. drive by. 3130 NW 10th St. Phone NEW AND USED

us for appointment. before you 376-1963 NEW AND USED Adding machines calculators type 238 W. University
buy. 372':1617.KING:
44 Cottages for Rent 3 BR. 1 bath complete kitchen. Adding machines. calculators. typewriters writers. cash registers and check
near schools and shopping center. portable and standard protectors.FR FR 6-5371

SIZEhouse Small furnished cottage and trailer For Information call Manaros cash registers. and check pro-
3.000 sq. ft. has 6 for rent. Suitable for working I Restaurant. FR 24490 tectors. 2-0963 3727 N. W. 6th St. V

bedrooms. 2 full baths separate couple. Moore Haven Park 2330E. 2 BR unfurn. house. 4431 NW 13th
dining room central heal Univ. Ave. 374-8144. St. stove refrlg. & heater furn. FR 2-0963 3727 N. W. 6th St. 73 Musical Merchandise

air conditioning loads ol PRIVATE. clean. cool. 1 bedroom $70 per month. Call FR 6-2641 WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator. Nice.
storage space IVi acres. Hous. trailer. Select setting. Water FR 4-2930 ask for Mr. Haynes. $45. Century 3-speed oscillating ANTIQUE upright piano good con CRANELINCOLN
built last year Call 372-3617. yard and trailer maintenance fan 1250. 222 S. E. 20th Street. dition. Call 4722417.REPOSSESSED.
furnished. On bus line. Use of tel NORTHEAST 3 bedroom. 2 bath. FR 01414REFINISHED
DUPLEXLet ephone. Adults only no pets screened porch patio gar age. ORGAN MERCURY
please. $55 Mo. FR 29838. 4611N. Available August 15 on year solid mahogany Baldwin Spinet organ with tone
us show you this attractiveand W. 4th St. _lease $135 month. FR 4-1895. round table Blond drop leaf table cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond -

LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE well located two story duplex -TWO BR. 1 bath, stone and con- & 4 chairs. Reupholstered 2-61 note manuals. 21 note 59 BUICK Convertible
that we have lust listed and RENT modern furnished cottageson painted trailer sofa bed. Single hollywood pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A '
crete house. Freshly 62
Lake Santa Fe by week or beds. chests. wash stands slant CHEVROLET
Swimming Pool Recreation Room It Is In good condition Fully shady real bargain. Gridley Music
Inlaid oak floors. Ig. -
furnished Income of $175.00 per season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. walls. front desk other household Items. Co. Gainesville Shopping Center. 4 door. Hardtop
Acres of Picnic Grounds Central HeatS month Could be used as 0 yard. No children or pets. Nearly Nu Furniture Shop. 316 FR 25353 I
THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 4-3035. '61 CHEVROLET 4 dr. '63 VOLKSWAGEN
Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities home with an Income. Attractr Silver Lake near Keystone. $50 N W. Sits Ave. 376-4692. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS I

Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute Iv priced Don't wait Call week or by month. 374-2415 UNFURN. 3 BR. 1V bath new SEWING MACHINE Buy now for this fall. Many to '61 CHEVROLE ..r while. Extra clean.

S Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks 372-3617. 2 BR house Lake Santa Fe private home.optional.$130 Will mo.share new furn.appliances with 1964 Automatic twin needle zig zag choose from. Instant credit. I $1495

3 Elevators ASSOCIATESJ. dock & boat. Call 376-3268. ext. settled woman. 3729501. ext. 210. in new cabinet. Makes buttonholes Gainesville Music Center '61 COMET 4 door I
Fred Guv Jayne ButterworthCol. 2523. overcast, applique. sat in 3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. '
3BR. 2 bath house. cen. heat; stitch, fancy designs. mends etc. 63 VOLKSWAGENRuby
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 62 COMET
I PHONE 376-4456 Multiple Listing 1 BEDROOM cottage on Swan :I $150 per mo. 3 BR, 2 bath house, $6 per month. Balance $72. MI- WILL transfer to responsible party 4 door i red. Leadedl
Lake furnished. Rent $25 week choice of four spinet or console '
cen. heat & air cond., $175 per kell's Sewing Machine Service Co 63 COMET 4 door
'til Sept., then $45 Mo. FR > mo. 3 BR 1 bath house. $75 per 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075 pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- I $1595
I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT NOW RENTING __8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose mo FR 63401.2pedroom litzer Spinet Piano trade back. '64 COMET Convertible
YOU saved and slaved for wall save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with
: I ((24 Hour Service) NEW 45 Furnished Apts. house Waldo Road. to wall carpet. Keep It new sound & motion. pick up payments '60 DODGE I I '62 VOLKSWAGEN

I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY Furnished bedroom air ISlt NE. $SO Mo. Call FR 22277. with Blue Lustre. Rent electric we have a piano to fit '63 ENGLISH FORD I Pearl white. Radio. WSW. Two
one con-
L 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 ditioned apartments. Ready for LARGE I BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. FIVE room house for rent kitchen shampooer $1 McDaniell Furniture 702 any W.decor.Univ.EARL'S Ave. PIANO CO# .I thle. both clean.
Co., Gainesville Shopping 376-0031. Anglia
August 15th and after 5 P.M. weekdays. No single furn. shady yard $55 per moS19 $1395
U. September 1st. students please. SE 5th Ave. Inquire at 1025 Center. MUSIC professor will sell excellent '62 FALCON 2 door

Butler Bros. 1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372-9569 ONE & TWO bedroom trailers NE 3rd Ave. 6-6703. WE have several good name brand I practice piano an Estey upright '
BUILDERS Coy Thomas water furnished. No pets. Phone used TVs. $12 to $30 each. Will for $185. Phone 376-4823. 60 FALCON 4 door I '61 VOLKSWAGEN

FR 25433. 49 Room For Rent sell all or singly. 805 NE 11th UPRIGHT practice piano, good '61 FALCON 4 door Black WitS red Intarter. wsw.

NICELY furnished convenient Ave. FR 2-50<17. condition owner leaving town.
downtown area. $75. Adults onlY.no LARGE corner room edlolnlng I NEW and used chain caws lawnmowers only $80 376-9687 '61 FIAT 2 d_r i $1095

pets. Inquire Lillian's Music private bath end entrance. male edgers. tampers light PIANO IN STORAGE '61 FORD door .
Store. and linens. 2 working girls or 2 plants cable. WIsconsin. Briggs BEAUTIFUL spinet SERVICESHome business men. Can be seen at 116 & '63 FORD ,4 door I I
FOR Stratton. new and used mo locally. Reported like new. Re- extra clean car.
BEST tors. Rental. sales and service. sponsible party can take at big '63 MERCURY
& kitchen Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE low $995
Large well furnished air conditioned I ROOM with bath saving on payment balance. :
1 bedroom apt. Quiet I location privileges, working lady or graduate 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. Write MIAC credit 135 SimpsonDr. Breezeway
couple only. no pets. $125 I lady student preferred. Car Nearly new aqua blue deluxe .. Rome Ga.Automotive. '57 MERCURY '64 VOLKSWAGEN
_per mo. Ph. 3724957. necessary. 376-6652 after 6PM. electric Kelvinator range 30"
And Business Hardtop l ROOM for 2 boys $45 for single oven. All controls. $125. Room "Klup.
FORDYCE RENTALSCall $35. Good location. 105 NW 7th size gas heater $10. FR 6-0417 between '62 METRO $1750
us for the rental you need. Ter. Phone 372.C809. 4 and 4 p.m. A. A. Bon- '
924 W. Univ. 374-1234 double rooms at reasonable rates TRADE your costly to operate' 59 OLDMOBILE
Appraisal Service Plumbing kitchen. liv. room. maid service ELECTRIC water heater. and 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE wsw. B.di. ..I.r. Blue Ex-
1 bedroom. $75 month. 3505; 61 OLDS F85
per included. FR 22726. $48 for a new glasslmed GAS Ira clean.
N. W. 17th St. Call McKlnney water heater. Much more ho I s2 StudeOaner P. U. truck. Runs '
FRED B. ARNOLD SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Green Realtors. FR 23617. PRIVATE room private entrance water at about half the cost with good 1100 cash. Call 374-3357. 63 PEUGEOT $695

REALTOR & used fixtures. complete full tile bath twin beds with OUR LP GA$. PROPANE '63 PLYMOUTH
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Want to share with in 1 FOR SALE OR TRADE. late 1961
apt. man foam mattresses. Quiet place ;
SERVICE plumbing serviceBIG" JIM ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. Vi ton Ford I pickup; $950. Phone Station 60 FORD FALCONWhite.
HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng 20's. Will be Jr. In Eng. Do not or 2 business men or 1 or 2 Wagon
MtS.roket. 1219 W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372.3522 FR 2-1589.. want to pay more than $35 plus quiet students. Parking space. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 481.2384. Island Grove '62 STUDEBAKER .. Good condiliM.
Utilities 3744)948.) This room has to be seen to be Chairs low as S8. No money

Bulldozing! UpholsteryUPHOLSTER 2 BR furn. apartments & two 1 RR appreciated. Phone 3722127 after down, low as $5 per month. 8 Motorcycles & Scooters Air Conditioned $595
Friday or Sun Free estimates pickup and delivery
trailers for rent. lights & water 4 P.M., anytime '63 VOLKSWAGEN
SMALL, bulldozer, loader dump Included. By week or month. See day. service. All work guaran SALE mel Honda motor
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Topsoil your furniture it Bill for rent teed. Phone :374-7784. I FOR 15- mile 5 per gal. '62 VOLKSWAGENStation
Phone 372-7846 reasonable prices. Call Sally Johnson Micanopy Fla. LARGE room for men bi/e.
I condition. 1145.
Experienced. F R9881.. 4248N FOR RENT furn. 2 BR mobile single V double. access to show TAPPAN Clocx controlled 20-lncn Rackley Wagon
: W 13th Tee.Remodeling. home private lot. 2019 NW 32nd ers and refrigerator. Phone FR oven rotisserie burner with a Ph 37213ONE I Miller-
LandscapingLANDSCAPE PI. FR 4-1180. $S5 per mOo 21981 or 3721185. 414 N.E. 2nd brain. Regular $399. This week new Broesto scooter at
Ave. only Free gallon glass lined dealer's lilt Haw-
SERVICE I Bedroom. furnished apartment. waer eater included. See Full- thorns Road.1939DUCCATI. CRANELINCOLN
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock Nice. clean. $85 month. Lights NICE furnished room convenient to qas. 376-5392. 12 S.W. 1st Ave. Brown
of a:1: kinds.CREVASSES DO YOU NEED. Florida room n and water furn. 617 N. E 4th University and downtown. Phone 200 cc. excellent
T.V antennas. $3 stack. $7 : condition sale. $200 USED
.. NURSERY tra room. more room. root work _St. FR 22815. Immlat.
double $1100 kit. MERCURY
stack complete Phone
or maybe a complete new home? 372-
Landscape Co. 1030 E.Univ. .
Jim Veyles 419 NW 8fh Ave.
FR 6-2514 for frpt MtimaU For a free estimate. & guaranteed 516 South M.; $*. cms
work. phone Carl C. Now Specializing! In todies' Better AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Are.

Appliance Repair & Lawnmower Service Waters. 3734049. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes .Ithrough I I FR 62425CLEARAh FR 2-3582
56. S3 Each. Exception AIR CONDITIONING. Tuna up

... F L. Lawnmower Shop for fast and Paint and repair Jobs performed by DISCOUNTS. 19 LW. 1st Ave test. AH makes en peroln.. -- -
dependable service. 105 S. W. carpenter who loves his trade. nue. of Chrysler built cars. Hawes-
I 2nd Ave. We sharpen knives scissors CALL FR 6-4907
Powers' Motor Co.. Air
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP and repair small electric TWO hors tandem hers trailer CI
First In air conditioning and Appliance motors. electric brakes. saddle compartment tioning Servicing Center. 2 N SALE
repairs. We sell guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs rubber mats on floors. Main SU Phone FR 2.21. ICE

washers, refrigerators .etc. Price $500. 372-2547. SPECIAL auto painting $2t.9J.-Automotive _

+ ADVERTISE Sun Want Ads VICE CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. 2 n. tall. 50 cents per plant. Miller & Sons, 7 N'* lit St. BIG 880s
IN THE 3J-1175We! repair all i UNDER CONSTRUCTION Call FR 4430S. Phone 372-791J- 64 DARTS .DO DGES -
SERVICE DIRECTORY Make* Work fully 9uar nt.,.d.
WALNUT bedroom suite includingtwin I CONVERTIBLES S;EDANS WAGONS
't beds, mattresses box 85 Automobiles for Sale .
Auto Glass Get Results I springs bachelor' cnest dbl. HARC"Figure )TOPS
dresser with framed mirror. CADILLAC IH5
re 'vert.ble.
TUBE Repair Special. S1 nght: table dining table with fully powered new top.
Au I 0 GLA!$J$ U S
our only Duslnes Inch S10 to Install
"* per plus mos leaf & 4 chairs. Air conditioner. Sea at Tenneco Stat.
Immediate Installation; tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special snack tables 1 arm chair. Call S. Main a4th Ave. cr o
free pickup 8. delivery/ Add Reconditioned TVs from $9.93. 3J2.1131I. '
beauty & value to your car. Mortgage Broker THE VARIETY STORE FORD. '5*, 4-dr.. V-a' td. tr_ You r Own Deal"LPRICE.
WE WANT TO late model used .
MAULDIN-S AUTO GLASS co. 7 S.E. 1st Ave. missi $35* Trade o finance
_I2JN.W.6tPs_ St. FR 2SS8. 4 Technician's with (4 years experienca refrigerators. Exceptionally. High OK 23357.

MORTGAGE MONEY on all makes. trade-ins WILSON'S now given.EXCHANGE SOME tank and Finance Company TAKE FACTORY LABI I $000, O
Auto Equipment SVt per cent Interest. Terms to
: /QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES res Financing '
15 years. 111 SE. 1st Street Phone FR 4-6479

BUY BUILD REFINANCECall (. SERVICE CITIZEN BAND RADIOS avilabe. stored o/eB fine.. DEDUCT 10 . .- 000.0 0

:: HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 8. Alt Channel Antenna Kit 114 tS New and Used $60 ,m crs. Car m b sold "

.. exchanged Repair kits for Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE Complete line of photo supplies August 10th. b r

.. Walker Jacks. Factory authortzfc 421V* N. W. 10thPh.3723177WINDOW __ FULLER'S FOTO INC. '5 Pontiac. J7I YOUR PRIC .. $00000u.
*d Walker Hydraulic jack FHA and conventional at lowest 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0711 S29I _
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE current rates. Terms to 13 CLEAN IHG) Fwd "., SIM -
GOLF bog 2 woods S 1.glov. 5
SERVICE 8. SUPPLY UI4 fc years. Will gladly discuss at no Ford S'M o
Main FR Call tomorrow. cd. Moors and toils; $25. Phone FR 4-5AU .s
M497 obligation. WINDOWS clea cleaned *49*
j. w. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed houses washed iyrs. after 6:00 PJVLADVERTISE '56 B"i. $150 A rULE WARRANTY

-. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2494 experience Free estimate .i 2 Bedrooms a Stove nood with light and fan In) THE 'Si Chevrolet wagon. |17J 5 YEAR/SOOO
Phone FR 2-59S5.
FRED B. ARNOLD .i Large living dining area Double compartment fink SERVICE DIRECTORY TRUCKS
REALTORFHA .i Masonery Constructs S Venetian Blinds 1953 Ford pickup S>7S SEE THE "DODGEPOOLEG BOYS"'ODA Y AT

; Af.O CONVENTIONALLOANS .i Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills 1957 Ford PikuD. H9S _
Sun Want Ads lawtt with grass and 1958 ." dup. f yard
WaiitAds S i Tiled tub and showers Large SUBLEASE S695
1219 w UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522: Sun .i Large double sliding door shrubbery capacity Jeep
190 Willyf
Closets Insulated Attic Building at 4
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA bus drive. SI 095 ABLEMOTORPHONE372.41
and stop
and conventional loan. Low 61 i Linen Closets *> CIOM to 229 W. UNIV. AVE. Finance man m the building. See ,
Results rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1221W. O cal Mr. J7J-
Un.... Ave. 37I-S393. Get Results TO BLEND YOU FURNISHINGS. Next Door to Ilorid.Tk..tr. .

For appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322 .. TEMPEST 4 dr.
F. H. A. & Conv. Loans 1941 straight :
FOROYCE & ASSOCIATES' INC. PHONE 372.0440 stick, good tires excellent running 119 S.E. FIRST AVE.
REALTORS. Take northeast Ith eve. to northeast 14th terrace tvra left I block. Prtvf own r.
nt W. Univ. 74-12M NW co t. Ph. Du. -



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Dual cab pick up.Seats 6. Low mileage.
sport power '63 CADILLAC $1695
"/64 CHEVROLET steering, automatic Sedan DtVille. Factory .i lr, fully
quipped, one owner. Excellent condition -
transmission,V-8, bucket seats, radio, heater 100% warranty. Low 5% GMAC AT
3900 miles. $2728 financing, About $1900 under new car
Was $2995 .. .. . NOW price COMPACTS

Galaxie 4 door, hardtop, $4895 '63 CHEVY II I I SHAW & METER'S rrFORDTOWNrrBecause
64 FORD power steering, automatic '62 CADILLAC Nova sedan.Automatic transmission in
transmission, radio heater air conditioned, Sedan DeVille. Factory air conditioned factory warranty.
a beautiful car. $2662 told and serviced by B 6G Motors. $1995

Was $2895 .. ..NOW $3795 '
Impala, 4 door '62 CADILLAC Station wagon. Standard shift.
763 CHEVROLET hardtop, automatic Sedan. Factory air conditioned full $16'95power. '
transmission, power steering V8, radio, low mileage. About$2800 under We're Room for 65'sHURRY
heater, sharp. $ new car price. '62 MONZA Making ;
Was $2395 . . NOW 2110 $3 5 95 Coupe. 4 speed floor shift bucket seats.

New Yorker4 door '61 CADILLAC $1595 in and choose from our entire stock of Brand New

'63 CHRYSLER power steering: power Sedan DeVille. Factory air conditioning '62 F85

brakes radio, heater, air con- $O1QC full power. 2 door. 155 HP automatic transmission -
ditioned Was $3595 . NOW $2 995 less than 22,000 miles. One owner 1964 FORDS

4 door hardtop crown, '60 CADILLAC $1595
63 IMPERIAL power steering, power Sedan. Factory air conditioning blue. '62 VALIANT
brakes, radio heater, air con- Signet V200. Hardtop 2 door, bucket
dtioned, Was $4495 . NOW $4295 '60$2395 CADILLAC .mission.scats radio heater, automatic trans PRICED SO LOW YOU CAN'T SAY NO!

"700" 4 door 4 speed, Sedan. White, not air conditioned very $1295
63 CORVAIR radio i $ clean. FALCONS
heater Was $1595 . .NOW 1495 $219 5 '61 FALCONStation
wagon. Standard shift.
4 door hardtop Crown, '59 CADILLACSedan. $1195 FAIRLANES
power steering, power Factory air conditioned.
brakes, radio, heater, automatic transmission, $1595 '61 RAMBLERStation
air conditioned. $3095 wagon. r GALAXIES
Was $3395 . . NOW '58 CADILLAC $1095
Sedan. Clean.
Super Sport, 2 door, '58 HILLMANSedan. TBIRDSMOST
62 CHEVROLET h'dtop, power steering $1 095 .4 speed transmission.
automatic transmission, V8 radio" heater '64 CROWN IMPERIAL $295FULL
.. 18.000 miles. $IQOC Hardtop ledan. factory air conditioned ALL COLORS AVAILABLE
.. Was .$2095 . . .NOW 1073 loaded like new white leather.

Savor' 2 door automatic $5295 SIZE .
transmission '62 CROWN IMPERIAL I
,, radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean. $1 AQC Hardtop sedan. Factory air i conditioned, STATIONWAGONS
Was $1195 . . NOW I UVD fully equipped red with whit leather 9
reduced $400. Now
door, radio,
'/ -VALIANT4 $2995MEDIUM '
62 : $ 63 BUICK

real clean. Was $1195 NOW 1095 LeSabre.Air$3295 conditioned very sharp. YOU CAN SAVE LIKE CRAZY ON

2 door couPe, 4 speed PRICED
''*OA-:Nl\JtliLn radio, heater. $1395 '61 CHEVROLET 1964 FORD DEMONSTRATORS

Was $1495 . . NOW CARS VS., automatic transmission.
.'. V-200 4 door, automatic '62 OLDSMOBILE - - tip 8th -
transmission, D.ODGE
98 Holiday sedan. Factory air
-. radio, heater, real sharp. $1AVIC Y8 mileage.
: Wa $1145 . . . NOW IU45PLYMOUTH4 $2595 pow't1e39S
.J.L' door station 98 Holiday sedan. Factory air.
:.u-1 power V8,radio, heater,overdrive.
Ueiring, :power brakes, radio, heater, dual $1595 $1295
. -: Was alrcpnditioners.$1395. . . NOW $1 I UVJ. '59 88 Sedan.OLDSMOBILE Factory air! 6 cyl.'.60 CHEVROLET standard shift. ON ALL USED CARS

. '- station wagon, 4 $1095 radlorr9
60JCHEVROLETtransmission door automatic '59 OLDSMOBILE
radio, heater, air $11 nr 98 Hardtop sedan. Factory air. 60 FORD
. conditioned. Was $1395 NOW I I 7 J $1295 6 cylinder$795,standard shift. AND TRUCKS!

Bel Air, 2 door, '59 OLDSMOBILE '
power steering.radio 88 Sedan.Power steering.
sedan 4 door, V8. automatic
- heater, air conditioned. $ '9 9 5 Country ., r
Was $1095 . . . NOW VV5 $ transmission power steering. 1962 1957 1961 1961 I960
'58 OLDSMOBILE $795 FORD CHEV Falcon Rambler Rambler

door Impala, 98 Convertible. '59 PLYMOUTH F-100 PU.Rough 2-dr. 6 cyU, 4-dr, deluxePowergllde 4-dr. Ambassador 4-dr,
CHEVROLET Low station
60 trans- $595 V8, power steering power rear window. and ready. heater white., red & J R1H,wagon FM, heater., Y-1. PS, J Auto.heater.Trans.,
Only dark green.
mission, radio, heater.
Was $1295 NOW $1 095 '58 OLDSMOBILE $695LOW RATE $745 $345 $1095 $595 $545
88 sedan. Air conditioned.
. ILt\ 4 door, standard transmission -
DODGE $695 6 aleFin
- OU 6 cyl., PRICED
' '.r, real sharp. Was $795 heat$695 '59 BUICK CARS 1961 194S 1961 1962
Electro Sedan. n c I ng Po1ntiac
'58 BUICK 2 door Century! hardtop, $1095 '56 CADILLAC FORD Full- Power Corvair 4-dr.. RJ.H, Tempest 4-dr., CHEVFull' wagon,
power steering, power All Econollne end Air PG. Airconditioning R&H. Floor loaded Including
On .
brakes radio, heater, cream puff. '59 BUICK Coupe DeVille, factory air conditioning. P/U Heater, conditioning.Real shift, blue & air. conditioning.
. Was $795 . . NOW $695 I Hardtop coupe.Air conditioned $395 solid red. buY. solid white. white
. New $695 $3595 $1045 $995 $1695
. $1195 :
Bel Air
57 CHEVROLET sedan, automatic '64 PONTIAC Sedan. and

. transmission, radio, heater, sharp. Catalina 2door. Radio heater, stond$1 99
Was $695 . . .. NOW $591) ard shift, 9,000 miles. '57 OLDSMOBILE 1955 196S 1959 1961Corvair 1961
$2595 "88". sedan.air conditioned. CHEV .FORD FORD FORD
61 CHRYSLER alaxl* too
$395 t-dr.V4. J-oV. XL V4 PM JOG U .
IMPORTED CARS Sedan.Air conditioned. Cars! fIowergIlde, RiH, COM. RIH R3H'Pa'L RH, PM y,
'56 OLDSMOBILE RAH, black ps, ell wtitta. blacks & white light blue.

conver *", radio, $1695 "98",hardtop, sedan.Air conditioned. $195 $2445 IL $395 $1145 $1095
63 TRIUMPH heater. $. '60 DODGE $295

Was $1595 .. . . NOW 1495 Hardtop sedan.Air conditioned.
heater, 88" Sedan. Sharp. I 1962
.63 VOLKSWAGEN '59 CHRYSLERHardtop I Gainesville's 1959 T FORD 1955
thaTp. Was $4 595 NOW 1495 coupe.Air conditioned. I Calaxie 500. .
4-dr. VI. 4dr. V(
$1095LOWER 55 OLDSMOBILE Largest Selectionof I R&H. std.rans COM R&H Vi ton P/U,
'I radio, "88" Rough .. blue & PS blue I. Y-1. cam
: 62 VOLKSWAGEN 1U"'T;: white. white
$99 A-l Used Cars! $79'5
1325 $495
heater. Was $1395 . NOW PRICE '

E- VOLKSWAGEN radio, heater, RANGE CARS Rough
f60 a real $50
-:. beauty.Was $1095 . NOW $995 SHAW&KEETER
63 CHEVROLET 58 FORD Phone FR 6-5371
= / 2 door hardtop radio, Impala sedan.6 cylinder auto.trans. Hardtop,coupe. Runs good.
- 60 METRO I heater, $2195 4 $295 238 W. University Avenue

= r Was $495 .... . . NOW $425 '
= 1100, 4 door, heater, Impala hardtop sedan. Factory Air Sedan.Air conditioned.
58 FIAT clean. lf ti
- $1695 $395 ;:Y.vrvkwii
: Was$595 .-:: . .. .. NOW $445 MOTOR ti4rY._ OPEN TIL 9
60 Hague ... ldo MONL thru FRI.|
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JOHN HIPP'S3DAY FOR Northcentral

MARK EM"GET Florida.+




at Gainesville Auto Sales \ ,

Northcentral Florida's No. 1 r- ; I StP ANDSELL CAR ONE OWNER

Independent Dealer FROM THE NUMBER ONE
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and today you out CAR rrr CARS & I

willSAVE We Took Over 100 "Extra" Cars & Trucks TRUCKS

Just So We Could Make This The Biggest"August" '62 CHRYSLER
on yourfavorite 4-dr V-8 automatic trans.
car! BUYS In Our History! R&H air$1875 cond., PS. PB.

We're Loaded With 1964 Models And
These 10 cars 4-dr, V 8, automatic trans.,
have been on our lot for

: .. ........ ': YOURMOVE
over 30 days! Our policy is '61 CHEVY
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4 dr 6 cyl. automatic trans.
All cars that have been here for over # Hundreds heater.
of dollars can $975
30 days are sold at our original cost! be SAVED now. See us
you buy any car '
DURING THIS 3-DAY SALE "" anywhere! 2-dr.63 coupe TEMPEST auto. trans., R&H
air conditioned.

YOU $ p I I, t '63$2175,CHEVYImpala ,'

I 4-dr. standard trans.
400 SAVE R&H.
A $1875
$900 '
SAVE TO f' i
On Executive Cars '63 FORD
All Models 'Galaxie, XL 500,,4-dr sedan
G V8 auto. trans. R&H. PS.
on each of these 10 cars listed plus a few more that we didn't Extra. sharp car.
have enough room to list. Don't wait!

'63 fORD E M '60 DODGE
$ Galaxie 500 4 dr. hardtop, sharp maroon 4-dr.. 6 cyl. automatic trani4R&H.
$229 with white top & black leather interior, $775
fully equipped and new tires.Was $2695
SAVE $400. L i

'64 RAMBLERClassic
I 4-dr., standard trans:..)
heater Like new.
2995 Galaxie 4-dr. hardtop, loaded includedair.
Red with matching interior. Was $1875
$3395, SAVE $400.

VOLUME Nova hardtop standard trans*
2495 Impala station wagon, power windows SPECIALNEW I heater. Extra clean car.
seats brakes and steering, like new. only $1875
14,000 miles. Was$2895 SAVE $400. DID IS THE REASON

Betalr. V4. automatic I I.
$119 5 2-dr. sedan with automatic trans., heater trans..R&H.
and 4-cylinder economy engine. Was YOU & OUT TRADE $775
$1595, SAVE $400.
ONLY $2044 THE
'63 '
63 OLDS F852dr.
$ FIVE & TENPERCENTERS .. Cutlass, 4-speed. V t.
2595 Cutlass convertible, equipped with V-8, R&H.
automatic, power steering & brakes air KNOW Plus Fla. Sales Tax & License $2375
conditioning. Was $2995, SAVE $400. !

'64 ENG. FORD '
Fury hardtop. V-t auto.
1295 Consul.This car has only 9,000 miles andis YOU'RE trans., PS R&H. Like new.
equipped with 4-speed trans.,radio and $1075
heater. Was $1695. SAVE 400.: V

SHOPPING V I, automatic'
1895 Deluxe 4-dr.with automatic, radio white- trans.2-dr. ,hardtop R&H
walls and 2-tone paint. Was $2295, $175
SAVE $400.

$ 51
2795 Monterey Custom, loaded including air. A runs.
Beautiful black with red leather trim. $35TRUCKS
Was $3195, SAVE $400.


3495 Newport Coupe loaded including air, in
like new condition. Was $3895, SAVE '58 InternationalLong
$400. ;.wheel base cab and j jchasss

'61 PLYMOUTH $1075

$995 Belvedere 4-dr., equipped with power
steering V-8. automatic trans, radio & Open 8 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. '61 FORD
heater. Was $1395 SAVE $400.
Vi Ton pickup. custom cab
standard trans. R&H.

R. A. "Friendly Bob" Adams W. A.IILittle Billy"Tuten tires and runs good.
Leon "LL" Stanley Ray "Stockcar" Wood $1075

GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES Automobile '63 CORVAN4speed trenamiUlen.I .


OPEN TIL 9 .:- Across from the Shopping Center I- 4
Shopping -

f tffcJNoitfcctntral UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETI :

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---. I CARS FR 6-7581 USED CARS FR 6-7584. '.


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!I Icro II I I 7 5 USED CARS :" : 4 j.

In the past we have had many sales, and In checking the tales we find that

many of the can have gone to used car dealers outside our community. If
, OUR COST + 5% we are going to sacrifice prices as we are going to do now we

prefer to have those savings go to our many friends who have dealt with

ON ALL NEW & USED CARS us over the past years. We're therefore offering our entire used car stock
at wholesale to the retail trade. No gimmicks, no prices, and we don't

have to sell 100 cars in so many days we're simply wholesaling our

I 5% FINANCING AVAILABLE stock to our retail trade.



f I ALL MODELS 6s & V-8s

2 DOOR COST $1693
plus 5% 84


livered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! fe c, .


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4 door, floor shift,
63 RAMBLER bucket leah, radio, $2035 $102
f hence . . . . . . . .
-'63 CHEVROLET,2 transmission door,automatic, radio, 1 \ 89 LOOK AT THESE WHOLESALE PRICES

heater. .. . .. . . .. . .. .. I7V/
763 RAMBLER transmiuion, radio, 2340 117 1
Heater, air conditioned, power steering.. .. WAS IS WAS IS WAS IS

63 FORD 2 conditioned door, hardtop. .,. .air. .. 2465 123 19M TR.WIr.TRIUMPH. Wheels, $2895 $2667 1953 Alpine SUNBEAM, Radio, $2295 $1 997 1961 Alpine SUNBEAM' hardtop. radio, $. 595 $1347

62- RAMBLER heater American, low, 4 mileage.door, .. 070 1 53 1964 Hiller.FORD 3095 2887 1963 huler.VOLVO 1961 heater CORVAIR overdrive.
4-dr. air PS PI AT, PI800 Electrl4 ever 3395 2996 ManZi. 2-door tedaM 1395 1162 1
4 door, hardtop. automatic RIH drive. Air. RIH AT.
//n 1480 74
OZ FORD transmission, radio, heater. 19S4 white Super HILLMAN walls Mtnx. AT, R&H 1995 1688 1963 V-2oo AT.VALIANT,RIH 4-door Itdan. 1 995 1 1786 1961 heater COMET-door.. radio 1 295 1 042

61 RAMBLER :e door"' sedan. .'. 870 43 I 1964 CONSUL 1962 BUICK 1961 MERCURY ,
\ English Ford. 2386
2drdoor 2695 Station wagondoor 1795 1487
RIH. loaded.
61 RAMBLER tot.0"2"tr !". .'. ... 760 38 I 1963 M G, 1895 1678 1962 Loaded.BUICK 1961 DODGE Lancer,
Midget Radio Moor hardlop. 2695 2386 2-door. hardtop AT 1295 1 1122 1
radio, 890 45 heater Loaded. R&H.
60 RAMBLER fi: .. . .. 1963 MERCURY 2695 2343 1962 BUICK 1961 ENG. FORD
/-dr. ledaRLH. AT Electra convertible. 2995 2791 1 2-dOOf' 695 566
Ranchero pickup t radio, 670 34 PS PR. Loadtd. 'edln.
60 FALCON heater. . :.. ... 1963 OLDSMOBILE 1962 FORD 1961 VOLKSWAGEN
Super II. 3295 3074 Convertible.' 2295 2062 Sedan. 1 1295 1115
America.n station wag570 28 Loadtd. Loaded. Radio heater
59 RAMBLER on,radio, heater. .: 1963 PONTIAC 1962 CHEVROLET 1961 SIMCA
2-door, hardtop. 2995 2787 !0oerloaded. 695 518
'59 RENAULT 4 door., 340 17 321 Super engine.Sports.speed' 2095 1 1889 Sedan.
1963 VALIANT 1961 DKW
159 PONTIAC automatic Itation wagon transmission 4 door, 840 42 STIdoor. V-100. RLH I 1645 1446 1962 Belvedere.0r PLYMOUTH RIH. ., ledan. 1595 1 1392 i : 695 5 1 18

radio, 1963 FORD 1952 FAIRLANE 1961 RAMBLER
2495 2192
Station Wagon air0r. 500. 4-door 1 1695 1456 2.door radio 995 747
RLH. AT sedan healer.
J>8 KARMANN GKjAh.. ..... 810 40 1963 CHRYSLER 300 1962 CORVAIR 1960 VAXUALL
2-door. RIH PS ps, 2995 MonZi. 4-door sedan, 1695 1 584 UOOf' 695 518
57 CHEVROLET AT. R&H 4 Spud. $e .n.

. . . .standard. . .transmission .. 640 32 1963 F-aS.OLDSMOBILE Jet Fire. Loaded. 2895 2747 1962 Galaxie FORD 500., Moor 1895 1 1667 1960 /CHEVROLET-door sedan. 11 95 1 042 _
4 door, heater 2-door. hardtop. sedan ps R&H. RIH AT.

57 msson.. STUDEBAKER. . .. . . .standard. . .trans260. .;. 13 1 1953 RLH.CHEVROLET-door.ps.hardtop P6., AT 2695 2466 1962 2 ps.CHRYSLER-door sedan, R&H. AT 1695 1 1496 1960 Convertibl.RLH.VOLKSWAGEN. 1195 1 1 074 I

157 BUICK sion 4 door radio automatic heater, transmis470. 23 1963 lioo FIAT 1",1", 4-door 1395 1119 1962 Station RAMBLER, wagon, ST Air. 1495 1393 1960 Convertible.CHEVROLET Radio, AT 1495 1127
Station 2

56 transmission CHEVROLET. heater. . .door. ., .automatic.wagon. . . 470 22 1963 -doOr.RIM CHEVROLET.AT.hardtop PI. Pt 2595 2334 1962 Station R&H.RAMBLER wagon AT. 1495 1 1377 1950 4-door loaded.CADILLAC,""n, 2495 2292

'53 CHEVROLET,door automatic radio,trans heatminion. I 1963 1-0oor FORD, h.rdtOp 2695 2476 1962. PONTIAC hardtop. 2595 2387 1960 2 VOLVO door Itd.n. 1 1195 1 996
. . . .. . . : .. 190 1 0 \ Loaded : == Alr. I
1963 M G 1959 TR.B
SEE OUR 5 COURTEOUS SALESMEN I RlHSedan.2 dear 1695 1 557 1962 heater-door COMET.sedan, rad'a. 1345 1 1223 H Radio eat e,. 1195 914 1

P. G. HOLDER CECIL SIMMONS RI.tloorsedan.RIM. 1495 1313 /door PB sedan RIH. AT 2195 1 1 1919 1 heater,

t HOWARD HURD Albert Plant, Sales Mgr. 1963 CHEVROLET Impala.station w.gon. 3095 2884 1952 Continental Loaded.LINCOLN 3895 3 S S4 1958 :EDSEL door,,. 695 474

1963 PLYMOUTH, 1952 OLDSMOBILE.!= 1957 2-door FORD tdan. 495 389
Sport Fury.2-0r Ardfp. 2695 2474 2695 2574 RLH.
3IJ Engine AT R&H. Loaded.

WE WILL BEAT 1963 400 sedan.FIAT..0.0o.r 995 867 1961 healer.4-door RENAULT sedan, radio. 1095 914 1956 sedan.1100.door MERCEDES 1195 1 994






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.. ... All.service stations under the Esso sign of "Happy Motoring"' in the Gainesville

: PRIZE DRAWING : area are holding Open House celebrations Thursday through Saturday; You're -

.. .. invited to come in and pick up the attractive favors which are available for all.

.. .. Be sure to register for the big prize drawing. You may be a lucky winner! No

: GRAND PRIZE ,o : purchase is necessary to register and you don't have to be present at the draw-

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Esso Dealers at these addresses invite to in :
you come :
: 10 Esso Master Credit Cards one at :

each participating station, each card good for a year's supply 706 NW 13th Street 2215 N. Main Street

: of Esso Extra- gasoline, up to 500 gallons! Drive in and register. : 2106 SW 13th Street 3907 NW 13th Street -.

: No purchase necessary to register. You don't have to be present :

at the drawings to win. 3829 SW 13th Street 2106 Waldo Road


519 NW 10th Street 3325 University Avenue .

: SPECIAL OFFER : 1-75 & Hwy. 441 Alachua

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: With any fill-up of 8 gallons or more, you'll receive a 5 Ib. Bag of : '

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