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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 89 No. 30 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1964
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I Pope Offers to Take Greece and Turkey I





Active Role in World PeaceVATICAN



CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI offered in the first encyclical of his reign today to go be- UN Peace Call "

yond ening "a world watchful peace.and understanding interest" and help seek honorable solutions of disputes threat- Obey

Without specifying exactly what his intervention might take, the Roman Catholic pontiff

I II ENCYCLICAL wrote:
"Regarding the great and universal ments for peaceful relations be-

question of world peace, tween nations. U. S. TryingTo : ,. Village
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we say at once that we shall :
help by proclaiming higher
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0n'v.yy.dd feel it specially incumbent uponus human principles that should Sustain <<, StrafedOn

not merely to devote a serve to tempt.. the passionsand
watchful and understanding in- selfishness from which 4 ;

r terest, but also to entertain a armed conflicts spring, and promote CeaseFireWASHINGTON Cyprus
F more assiduous and efficacious the harmonious relationsand

concern. fruitful collaboration of all (AP) The NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP)-Turkey -
"This will be, of course, with- peoples, and we shall be readyto United States pressed diplomatic and the Greek Cypriot gov-

rf in the limits of our ministryand intervene, where an opportunity efforts today to keep the lid d ; ernment agreed to a U.N. Security
so utterly divorced from presents itself in orderto on the Cyprus cease-fire and Council call for a cease-
purely temporal interests and assist the contending partiesto propel it toward an eventual fire on this embattled island to
strictly political forms, but it find honorable and fraternal permanent sol tion.
/ day. A brief Turkish air attackon
will be eager to make its contribution solutions for their disputes."
in educating mankindto The Pope also proposed a After an opening round of top- a northwest village beforeTurkey's
s
sentiments and ways of act- joint discussion with nonChristian level diplomacy in which Presi- > ,d.,rs announcement sent a
, ing contrary to violent and religions, aimed at defend- dent Johnson cabled personal new scare through Cyprus.

deadly conflict, and in fostering ing common ideals. appeals Sunday to the Greek, Greece said it hoped the
rational and civilized agree- (See POPE on Page 2)) Turkish and Cypriot govern- strafing attack on a square in
ment heads, Washington was Polis was due to a mix-up in

channeling its main efforts J E EN Turkish military orders.A .
through the United Nations. government source in NIco-

Congress Has Work Cut Out Renewed hostilities, U.S. offi- <. sia said 10 persons were wounded

cials feared, could bring on a in the Polis attack.A I
war between Greece and Turk- fFc > Turkish government spokesman
ey that would shatter NATO's said after a Cabinet meet- I
To Convention
Adjourn by eastern flank and conceivablypave > ing in Ankara that Turkey I
the way for a wider East- would accept the U.N. call for

Nrm tJork 2lmri* ther delays in putting througha the so-called "Appalachia bill," West conflict. j; condition the cease-fire that, but Greek only on the

By MARJORIE HUNTER bill actually appropriatingmoney which is closely allied to the Undersecretary of State Cypriots
WASHINGTON With muchof for the foreign aid pro- antipoverty measure. George W. Ball voiced the U.S. halt their attacks on Turks on
the island. The Turkish Cabinet
President Johnson's "must gram. The billion dollar programto view Sunday night after a week-
legislation" still pending, Con- Also to be acted on by the improve highways, natural end of efforts to shut off Greek met an hour after reports of
;
,
gress faces an uphill fight in Senate, probably early this resources, and health and vocational Cypriot attacks on Turkish .F.v ;; the Polis attack reached Anka-

the race to adjourn before the week, are the House amend- educational facilities in Cypriot positions and counterattacks ra.The

Democratic National Conven- ments to the $947.5 million the 11-state Appalachia region by planes and warships HO-iSAIGON' x ........... Greek Cypriot government
tion, opening Aug. 24. antipoverty bill. The measure has drawn much the same opposition from Turkey. >' __ I _....I said it had ordered a
passed the House Saturday bya as the antipoverty bill. cease-fire unilaterally as of Sat
"We have a fighting chanceof
vote of 226-184, a major victory Republicans have chargedthat Johnson's appeals to the three Bell's Belle urday. It made no mention of
Senate Major-
winding up heads and the U.N.
government
I
Mansfield said for the President. both bills were designed to fighting that erupted around the
ity Leader Mike is However, Democratic leadersin get votes for the Democrats in Security Council's ceasefirecall Eighteen-year-old Nancy Lee Willingham of Gaines- Turkish village of Kokkina Sun-
Sunday. "But everyone" goingto the Senate have not decided the election this fall. at an emergency afternoon ville, will represent the Bell Chamber of Commerce ina day or around Nicosia Sunday I
have to cooperate. The Appalachia bill has been session highlighted the feverish beauty contest sponsored by the Florida Crown Coun- night.
unfinished businessis whether to for approvalof I tA
The list of press
diplomatic effort. cil of chambers of 29 in Jacksonville.
approved by House committeebut commerce Aug.
ad- Greek
aid the House changes. The Cypriot spokesman
long: foreign antipoverty aid- ministration has expressed concern has not been cleared for "We should avoid a conflict Nancy Lee, a Gainesville High School graduate, is the said: I
legislation, Appalachia the amend- floor action. which would be disastrous for daughter of Joe Willingham, 5915 NW 59th Place. She
over some of "In a statement today, Arch
food housing, area redevelopment -
stamps The House has scheduled debate all concerned, and we've made won the Bell July 4th Festival beauty contest, was I
land and water ments, including one requiring bishop Makarios (Cyprus' -
president
,
conservation and other bills written loyalty oaths from all this week on the adminis progress toward this tonight," Miss Congeniality at the Azalea Festival in Palatka, ) said the government of
funds under tration's housing bill. The Ball said in a CBS interview. "I and was runner-up at the Newberry Watermelon Festi-
The bill authorizing $3.5 bil- persons receiving the Cyprus republic will fully
measure would authorize $600 am hopeful that we can bring val. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis)
/ lion in foreign aid is still tied the antipoverty program.If respect a Security Council reso-
million for slum clearance this problem toward a -
up in the Senate. Sen. Wayne the Senate rejects any of and permanent lution on the cease-fire in Cy-
Morse, D-Ore., resumes his the House changes, the anti- other urban renewal activitiesand solution rather quickly. prus. ."

fight today to riddle the bill poverty bill must go to confer- 35,000 authorize public the constructionof U.S. diplomats hoped that the Air Clash Looms There were no reports of
housing units.
with amendments.And ence, a move that the admini- de facto cease-fire on the island ground fighting between Greek
The
even when the Senate stration had hoped to avoid. send House also is expected to brought about by nightfall and Turkish Cypriots in the
finally acts on the authorization The Senate is also expectedto a controversial meat. would be cemented by the U.N. tense northwest coastal strip
could be fur- begin debate this week on imports bill to conference to Over Viet NamGoldwater I
measure, there work out broad differences with cease-fire call, giving the U.N. between Polis and Xeros.
the Senate. commander in Cyprus a chanceto The Soviet Union assailed the
There work out arrangements on series of Turkish attacks and
U. S. PilotIdelltified is concern in administration South Viet Nam only to check unidentified
radar
the for
spot a permanent cessation warned Turkey that it is risk-
quarters that quotas of hostilities. (AP) U.S. jet fighters blips. Ing war.
voted
by the Senate would with air to air missiles
r equipped Saigon, capital of South Viet The attack on Polis was the
damage international trade Washington also sought a have been heading toward the Nam, held an air raid alert Sun
fourth consecutive of Turk-
policies and agreements. withdrawal of an estimated 5-, Communist north the past few day, its first since World War II day
ish air
Among committee action 000-7,000 professional-type soldiers the threat of when U.S. activity over Cyprus.
days to meet approaching planes bombed the
By China scheduled this week is a closed which have slipped into Red Chinese MIG Japanese-occupied city. A Greek Cypriot spokesmansaid
hearing on a there was no word from
Republican
challenge
the island since President Mak- U.S. military sources
planes,
Communist
of Pierre Salinger's arios served notice last Decem- propaganda or- Polis on whether there were
A Com-
AP
HONG KONG ( ) ',d appointment say. gans renewed charges againstthe
munist newspaper today pub- r as U.S. senator from ber he wanted an end to the ex- casualties.
lished a picture of the U.S. pilotit California. isting constitutional arrange- Though no clashes have taken United States for its reprisal Alex Efty, an Associated
said had been shot down last Salinger, appointed by Cali- ment dividing power betweenthe place, the opposing flights were action against North Viet Nam Press correspondent at the
week during the U.S. raid on fornia Gov. Edmund G. Brown Greek and Turkish factions. reported close enough to make last week. And North Viet Nam scene, said the American-built

North Viet Nam's torpedoboatbases. E, to fill the unexpired term of the The include perhaps 4,0006000 ,- positive radar identification, the indicated it was rejecting a F104 jets appeared while the
late Sen. Clair Engle, was seat fighters added to the Greek sources added.A U.N. Security Council invitationto townspeople were sipping coffeein
The newspaper Wen Wei Pao 1 ed by the Senate last Wednes- side on Cyprus and probably U.S. Embassy spokesmanhere take part in a debate on the the main square, most of

identified the pilot as Lt. (j.g.) day pending a study of the legality fewer than 1,000 from Turkey, denied Monday night that crisis. them talking about the crisis.
Everett Alvarez Jr. of San Jose, of the appointment. according to U.S. estimates. the planes had scrambled to Informants said the Chinese He said the villagers ducked for
Calif. It carried the picture on a Salinger, a native of California Beyond that, U.S. authoritieshad meet hostile aircraft. The MIGs, flying from Hainan Island cover before the jets made two
lives and votes in across the Gulf of Tonkin, runs, firing into the .
U.S. Navy identification card Virginia. hopes for renewed stress on spokesman said they had gone square.In
bearing Alvarez's signature together BROWNBl'ovn He won the Democratic nom- the negotiations for a perma- halted short of the heavily-rein Paris, the North Atlantic

with a shot of wrecked ination for the full six year nent political solution being con- l RELATED STORY _J forced frontier and U.S. naval Treaty Organization disclosed
plane the newspaper said had term in the California p r i- ducted in Geneva under a U.N. T units in the South China Sea. that Turkey was withdrawingsome
been piloted by Alvarez. Due mary. mediator. The American planes were F102 of her air force from the
Officials of North Viet Nam fighters from the Da Nang Air alliance "for use in her national
earlier that Alvarez Base and Navy F4 and F8 jets Interest.
had said
had been captured, but publication To Resign Goldwater Says Viet Nam CrisisIs from the U.S. 7th Fleet. The announcement from Supreme -
of the picture of his identifi- Some 30 U.S. jets moved into Allied Headquarters for

cation card was the first con- position Saturday to meet a pos. Europe said "such action Is per-
crete evidence supporting the State Post sible Communist thrust, sources missible and provided for under

statement. The picture's caption Result of Weak U.S. PoliciesWASHINGTON said.Communist the NATO treaty." The United
said the plane had been downednear TALLAHASSEE (AP) A. China said Sunday States, Britain and other NATO
Hanoi.Japall. Worley Brown, chairman of the that the U.S. raid on North Viet members have been strenuously
State Industrial Commis- Nam gives Peking "the right to pressing for a settlement of the
Asks sion since 1961, disclosed plansto (AP) Re- my has thought us too weak to said American take action" in "every possible Cyprus strife to avoid an open
resign in mid-September to publican presidential nominee fight or has doubted the na troops are in Viet Nam today form" to help the North Viet- breach between Turkey and

Rocket NoticeTOKYO take an executive position witha Barry Goldwater, calling for tion's will to act, he said. "fighting...we hope for the free- namese regime. Greece, guardians of NATO'

private company in Atlanta, "peace through preparedness," He said that that was the dom of these people..." Peking People's Daily, official eastern flank.

(AP) Japan asked Ga. said today the war in South case at the outset of World "This would never have oc- organ of the Chinese Communist The alliance's permanent
the Soviet Union today for notice Brown, 36, was appointed to Viet Nam never would have War II, and added that there cured had the enemy really be- party, said in an editorial quoted council was summoned into special -
whenever it plans to launch the commission by Gov. Farris started had the Communists be- would have been no Korean lieved that we would move in," in a radio broadcast: "U.S. session today to take up the
rockets into the Pacific, the Bryant.In lieved the United States would War had the United States not Goldwater told more than 1,500 aggressors, don't you rejoice too Cyprus crisis for the third timein
Foreign Ministry announced.The 1960, Brown was named by act there. "blithely announced" that that persons at the annual confer- soon. Don't think you can get six days.A .
Soviet Union announced the state Junior Chamber of "We have gone to war, we nation was outside its sphere of ence of the National AssociationSee away with your surprise attack U.S. Air Force C130 cargo

July 31 that it will conduct a series Commerce as one of Florida'sfive Americans, only when the ene- interest. ( BARRY on Page t) (See VIET NAM on Page 2)) (See CYPRUS on Page 2))
of rocket tests in the Pacific outstanding young men.
from Aug. 4 through Dec. 30. In 1962, Brown was presidentof
Japan said in its note that it the International Associationof

reserves sation for all damages rights for or losses compen-incurred and Industrial Commissions Accident: and he Boards was Can We Straighten Out the Time Zone Mess? I

by Japanese nationals as vice president of the Interstate
a result of the Soviet experi- Conference of Employment Security
ments. Agencies. WASHINGTON (AP) -The mittee. No public opposition has the House subcommittee, the mainland at all. the ICC would assign each sub-
words "daylight saving time" arisen so far, and there just country has such situations ga 2. To save daylight in warm zone to the full zone to the East.

CommissionNot and America's crazy-quilt time may be enough time left to push lore.The summer months, the Interstate In other words, a person livingin
system may be on the way out. the bill through Congress before bill now before Congress Commerce Commission would the central time subzone
Meeting WHERE TIT A House Commerce subcom- the session ends. would try to end the nation's create a single subzone in each would find that during the sum-
mittee will take up and likely Basically the bill would set up confusing time situation with regular zone. This zone wouldbe mer months he would use the

The city commission has FIND approve a bill Tuesday that uniform areas that would move these provisions: a geographic whole and term. Eastern standard time.
cancelled its regular meeting, overhauls the U.S. time systemand their clocks ahead and back at 1. The United States, exceptfor would connect with the full zone 5. The bill would require all

scheduled at 7:30 tonight.E. Comics . . 9 attempts to bring order out the same times every year. For Alaska and Hawaii, wouldbe to the east. federal agencies, common carriers
W. Brockenorough, administrative Classified . 11-13 of what the Interstate Com- the most part, the bill would do divided as now into four 3. Daylight saving time would and communications by
assistant to the Entertainment . 10 merce Commission calls "in- away with situations in whichone zones: Eastern, central moun- begin for all subzones on the wire or radio to use this time

city manager, said the com Obituaries . . 2 creasing chaos" in Americantime. community is on standard tain, and Pacific. In addition, a last Sunday in April and end on system. It is assumed that this
mission's agenda was very Opinion Page . 4 time and the town next door on new Atlantic zone would be the last Sunday in October. would persuade all local com-
light and business was shiftedto Sports . . .7, 8 A similar bill was approvedby daylight time.According created. This would be off the 4. It would not be called day- munities to adopt the new sys
the meeting next Monday Women's . . 5 the Senate Commerce Com- to testimony before East Coast and not over any light saving time at all. Instead, tem.
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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY Vol. 89 No. 30 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1964Pope
HOMI DELIVERED I




Offers to Take Greece and Turkey





Active Role in World PeaceVATICAN



CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI offered in the first encyclical of his reign today to go be- Obey UN Peace Call
yond "a watchful and understanding interest" and help seek honorable solutions of disputes threat-
ening world peace. i
Without specifying exactly what his intervention might take, the Roman Catholic pontiff
wrote:

I II ENCYCLICAL "Regarding the great and universal ments for peaceful relations between -

of world nations. U. S. ,, ,.
question peace, TryingTo w' 'v,.' Village
we say at once that we shall "We shall also be solicitous to '';: :', i. (" .
help by proclaiming higher
feel it specially incumbent uponus human principles that should Sustain Strafed
not merely to devote a serve to temp the passionsand
watchful and understanding in- selfishness from which a

terest, but also to entertain a armed conflicts spring, and promote CeaseFireWASHINGTON On CyprusNICOSIA
more assiduous and efficacious the harmonious relationsand

concern. fruitful collaboration of all (AP) The Cyprus (AP-Tur-
"This will be, of course, with- peoples, and we shall be readyto United States pressed diplomatic key and the Greek Cypriot government
in the limits of our ministryand intervene, where an oppor- efforts today to keep the lid agreed to a U.N. Security
so utterly divorced from tunity presents itself, in orderto on the Cyprus cease-fire and Council call for a cease-
purely temporal interests and assist the contending partiesto propel it toward an eventual fire on this embattled island to-
strictly political forms, but it find honorable and fraternal
S X permanent solution.
day. A brief Turkish air attackon
i will be eager to make its con- solutions for their disputes." C
tribution in educating mankindto The Pope also proposed a After an opening round of top- a northwest village beforeTurkey's
sentiments and ways of act- joint discussion with nonChristian level diplomacy in which Presi- announcement sent a
ing contrary to violent and religions, aimed at defend- dent Johnson cabled personal M A new scare through Cyprus.
j deadly conflict, and in fostering ing common ideals. appeals Sunday to the Greek, Greece said it hoped the
rational and civilized agree- (See POPE on Page 2) Turkish and Cypriot govern- strafing attack on a square in
ment heads, Washington was Polls was due to a mix-up in
channeling its main efforts Turkish military orders.A I

through the United Nations. government source in Nicosia '

Congress Has Work Cut Out Renewed hostilities, U.S. officials { F said 10 persons were wounded -
feared could 4. in the Polls attack.A .
bring on a '.
war between Greece and turk- Turkish government spokesman -
ey that would shatter NATO's (Fr said after a Cabinet meeting -
To Convention
Adjourn by eastern flank and conceivablypave in Ankara that Turkey

the way for a wider East- would accept the U.N. call for
West conflict. the cease-fire but
the
3 rw bark t bnrJ! ther delays in putting througha the so-called "Appalachia bill," only on
By MARJORIE HUNTER bill actually appropriatingmoney which is closely allied to the Undersecretary of State condition that Greek Cypriots
WASHINGTON With muchof for the foreign aid pro- antipoverty measure. George W. Ball voiced the U.S. halt their attacks on Turks on
y yA M w K the island. The Turkish Cabinet
President Johnson's "must gram. The billion dollar program view Sunday night after a week-
legislation" still pending, Con- Also to be acted on by the to improve highways, natural end of efforts to shut off Greek met an hour after reports of
gress faces an uphill fight in Senate, probably early this resources, and health and vocational Cypriot attacks on Turkish the Polis attack reached Anka-

the race to adjourn before the week, are the House amend- educational facilities in Cypriot positions and counterattacks ra.The
Democratic National Conven- ments to the $947.5 million the 11-state Appalachia region by planes and warships .<,. Greek Cypriot govern-

tion, opening Aug., 24. antipoverty bill. The measure has drawn much the same opposition from Turkey. ,' .. .... ..... ment said it had ordered a
passed the House Saturday bya as the antipoverty bill. cease-fire unilaterally as of Sat-
"We have a fighting chanceof
vote of 225-184, a major vic- Republicans have charged Johnson's appeals to the three Bell's Belle urday. It made no mention of
winding up, Senate Major- heads and the U.N.
Mansfield said tory for the President. that both bills were designed to government fighting that erupted around the
ity Leader'Mike is However, Democratic leadersin get votes for the Democrats in Security Council's ceasefirecall Eighteen-year-old Nancy Lee Willingham of Gaines- Turkish village of Kokkina Sunday
Sunday. "But everyone" goingto the Senate have not decided the election this fall. at an emergency afternoon ville, will represent the Bell Chamber of Commerce in or around Nicosia Sunday
have to cooperate. The Appalachia bill has been session highlighted the feverish a beauty contest sponsored by the Florida Crown Coun- night.A .
unfinished businessis whether to press for approvalof
The list of
diplomatic effort. cil of chambers of 29 in Jacksonville.
ad- approved by House committeebut commerce Aug. Greek
the House The
aid changes. Cypriot spokesmansaid
long: foreign antipoverty aid- ministration has expressed con- has not been cleared for "We should avoid a conflict Nancy Lee, a Gainesville High School graduate, is the : .
legislation, Appalachia the amend- floor action. which would be disastrous for daughter of Joe Willingham, 5915 NW 59th Place. She
food stamps, housing, area redevelopment cern over some of "In a statement today, Arch-
The House all concerned and the Bell 4th Festival contest
has scheduled debate we've made won July beauty was
land and water ments, including one requiring bishop Makarios (Cyprus' president
this week the toward this Miss Congeniality at the Azalea Festival in Palatka,
tonight
eo conservation and other' bills written loyalty oaths from all on adminis- progress ) said the government of
funds under tration's housing bill. The Ball said in a CBS interview. "I and was runner-up at the Newberry Watermelon Festi-
bill $3.5 billion receiving the will
The authorizing persons Cyprus republic fully
would that val. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis)
measure authorize $600 am hopeful we can bring
still tied the antipoverty
in foreign aid is program.If respect a Security Council reso-
up in the Senate. Sen. Wayne the Senate rejects any of million for slum clearance and this problem toward a perma-" lution on the cease-fire in Cy-
Morse, D-Ore., resumes his the House changes, the antipoverty other urban renewal activitiesand nent solution rather quickly. prus. ."

fight today to riddle the bill i bill must go to confer- 35,000 authorize public the housing constructionof units. U.S. diplomats hoped that the Air Clash Looms There were no reports of
with amendments.And ence, a move that the admini- The de facto cease-fire on the island ground fighting between Greek
even when the Senate stration had hoped to avoid. send House also is expected to brought about by nightfall and Turkish Cypriots in the
finally acts on the authorization The Senate is also expectedto a controversial meat- would be cemented by the U.N. tense northwest coastal strip
imports bill to conference Over Viet
measure, there could be fur- begin debate this week on work out broad differences with to cease-fire call, giving the U.N. NamSAIGON between Polis and Xeros.
the Senate. commander in Cyprus a chanceto The Soviet Union assailed the
work out arrangements on series of Turkish attacks and
r4 There is
U. S. PilotIdentified ; concern in adminis- South Viet Nam only to check unidentified
radar
tration that the spot for a permanent cessa- warned Turkey that it is risk-
tE voted quarters quotas tion of hostilities. (AP) U.S. jet fighters blips. ing war.
by the Senate would with air to air missiles
equipped Saigon, capital of South Viet
The attack on Polis was the
damage international trade Washington also sought a have been heading toward the Nam, held an air raid alert Sun-
fourth consecutive of Turk-
policies and agreements. withdrawal of an estimated 5-, Communist north the past few day, its first since World War II day
Among committee action 000-7,000 professional-type sol- days to meet the threat of approaching when U.Splanes bombed the ish air activity over Cyprus.A .
By ChinaHONG scheduled this week is a closed diers which have slipped into Red Chinese MIG Japanese-occupied city. Greek Cypriot spokesmansaid
hearing on a there was no word from
Republican chal- the island since President Mak-
U.S. sources
military
planes,
KONG (AP) A Communist lenge of Pierre Salinger's appointment arios served notice last December Communist propaganda or- Polis on whether there were
say. gans renewed charges againstthe
newspaper today pub- 0. as U.S. senator from he wanted an end to the ex- casualties.
lished a picture of the U.S. pilotit A. California. isting constitutional arrange. Though no clashes have taken United States for its reprisal Alex Efty, an Associated
said had been shot down last Y Salinger, appointed by Cali- ment dividing power betweenthe place, the opposing flights were action against North Viet Nam Press correspondent at the
week during the U.S. raid on E fornia Gov. Edmund G. Brown, Greek and Turkish factions. reported close enough to make last week. And North Viet Nam scene, said the American-built
North Viet Nam's torpedoboatbases. t to fill the unexpired term of the The include perhaps 4,000-6- positive radar identification, the indicated it was rejecting a F104 jets appeared while the
tt late Sen. Clair Engle, was seat- 000 fighters added to the Greek sources added.A U.N. Security Council invitationto townspeople were sipping coffeein
t ed by the Senate last take part in a debate on the the main most of
The newspaper Wen Wei Pao Wednesday side on Cyprus and probably U.S. Embassy spokesmanhere square
Identified the pilot as Lt. (j.g.) pending a study of the le- fewer than 1,000 from Turkey, denied Monday night that crisis. them talking about the crisis.
Everett Alvarez Jr. of San Jose, gality of the appointment. according to U.s. estimates. the planes had scrambled to Informants said the Chinese He said the villagers ducked for
Calif. It carried the picture on a Salinger, a native of California Beyond that, U.S. authoritieshad meet hostile aircraft. The MIGs, flying from Hainan Island cover before the jets made two
U.S. Navy identification card lives and votes in Virginia. hopes for renewed stress on spokesman said they had gone across the Gulf of Tonkin, runs, firing into the square.
bearing Alvarez's signature together BROWNBrovn He won the Democratic nom- the negotiations for a perma- halted short of the heavily-rein- In Paris, the North Atlantic
with a shot of wrecked ination for the full six year nent political solution being con- I RELATED STORY J forced frontier and U.S. naval Treaty Organization disclosed
plane the newspaper said had term in the California p r i- ducted in Geneva under a U.N. y units in the South China Sea. that Turkey was withdrawingsome
been piloted by Alvarez. Due mary. mediator. The American planes were F102 of her air force from the
Officials of North Viet Nam fighters from the Da Nang Air alliance "for use in her national
earlier that Alvarez Base and Navy F4 and F8 jets Interest."
had said
but publication To from the U.S. 7th Fleet. The announcement from Su-
had been captured, Resign Goldwater Says Viet Nam CrisisIs
of the picture of his identification Some 30 U.S. jets moved into preme Allied Headquarters for
card was the first con- position Saturday to meet a possible Europe said "such action is per-
crete evidence supporting the State Post Communist thrust, sources missible and provided for under

statement The picture's caption Result of Weak U.S. PoliciesWASHINGTON said.Communist the NATO treaty." The United
said the plane had been downed TALLAHASSEE (AP) A. China said Sunday States, Britain and other NATO
near Hanoi.Japaii. Worley Brown, chairman of the that the U.S. raid on North Viet members have been strenuously
State Industrial Commission Nam gives Peking "the right to pressing for a settlement of the
Asks since 1961, disclosed plansto (AP) Re- my has thought us too weak to Goldwater said American take action" in "every possible Cyprus strife to avoid an open
resign in mid-September to publican presidential nominee fight," or has doubted the na- troops are in Viet Nam today form" to help the North Vietnamese breach between Turkey and

Rocket Notice take an executive position witha Barry Goldwater, calling for tion's will to act, he said. "fighting..we hope for the free- regime. Greece, guardians of NATO's
private company in Atlanta, "peace through preparedness," He said that that was the dom of these people..." Peking People's Daily, official eastern flank.

TOKYO (AP) Japan asked Ga. said today the war in South case at the outset of World "This would never have oc- organ of the Chinese Communist The alliance's permanent
the Soviet Union today for notice Brown, 36, was appointed to Viet Nam never would have War II, and added that there cured had the enemy really be- party, said in an editorial quot- council was summoned into special -
whenever it plans to launch the commission by Gov. Farris started had the Communists be- would have been no Korean lieved that we would move in," ed in a radio broadcast: "U.S. session today to take up the
rockets into the Pacific, the Bryant.In lieved the United States would War had the United States not Goldwater told more than 1,500 aggressors, don't you rejoice too Cyprus crisis for the third timein
Foreign Ministry announced.The 1960, Brown was named by act there. "blithely announced" that-that persons at the annual confer- soon. Don't think you can get six days.A .
Soviet Union announced the state Junior Chamber of "We have gone to war, we nation was outside its sphere of ence of the National AssociationSee away with your surprise attack U.S. Air Force C130 cargo

July 31 that it will conduct a series Commerce as one of Florida's Americans, only when the ene- interest ( BARRY on Page 2)) (See VIETNAM on Page 2)) (See CYPRUS on Page 2))
of rocket tests in the Pacific five outstanding young men.
from Aug. 4 through Dec. 30. In 1962, Brown was presidentof
Japan said in its note that it the International Associationof

reserves sation for all damages rights for or losses compen-incurred and Industrial Commissions Accident; and he Boards was Can We Straighten Out the Time Zone Mess? I

by Japanese nationals as vice president of the Interstate
a result of the Soviet experi- Conference of Employment Se-
ments. curity Agencies. WASHINGTON (AP) -The mittee. No public opposition has the House subcommittee the mainland at alL the ICC would assign each sub-
words "daylight saving time" arisen so far, and there just country has such situations ga 2. To save daylight in warm zone to the full zone to the East.

and America's crazy-quilt time may be enough time left to push lore.The summer months, the Interstate In other words, a person livingin
CommissionNot system may be on the way out the bill through Congress before bill now before Congress Commerce Commission would the central time subzone

MeetingThe WHERE TO A House Commerce subcom- the session ends. would try to end the nation's create a single subzone in each would find that during the summer -
mittee will take up and likely Basically the bill would set up confusing time situation with regular zone. This zone wouldbe months he would use the
city commission has FIND IT approve a bill Tuesday that uniform areas that would move these provisions' : a geographic whole and term Eastern standard time.
cancelled its regular meeting, overhauls the U.S. time system their clocks ahead and back at 1. The United States, exceptfor would connect with the full zone S. The bill would require all

scheduled at 7:30 tonight Comics . . 9 and attempts to bring order out the same times every year. For Alaska and Hawaii, wouldbe to the east federal agencies, common car-
E. W. Brockenorough, ad- Classified . 11-13 of what the Interstate Com- the most part, the bill would do divided as now into four 3. Daylight saving time would riers, and communications by
ministrative assistant to the Entertainment . 10 merce Commission calls "in- away with situations in whichone zones: Eastern, central mountain begin for all subzones on the wire or radio to use this time
city manager, said the com- Obituaries . . 2 creasing chaos" in Americantime. community is on standard and Pacific. In addition a last Sunday in April and end on system. It is assumed that this
,mission's agenda was very Opinion Page . 4 time and the town next door on new Atlantic zone would be the last Sunday in October. would persuade all local com
light and business was shiftedto Sports . ... .7, 8 A similar bill was approvedby daylight time.According created. This would be off the 4. It would not be called day- munities to adopt the new sys
the meeting next Monday, Women's . . 5 the Senate Commerce Com- to testimony before East Coast and not over any light saving time at all. Instead tem.
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dependents and members of the the council's president Siv- ZONESAConsldtrible STOCK
Late
I cloudiness and mad Morning
U.S. Embassy staff to Beirut ert A. Nielson of Norway.The through Tuesday with scattered mostly FLASHES Old Presses
from Nicosia. Among them daytime thundershowers. Low to- MARKETNEW N. Y.
Greek night 72 to 76. High Tuesday M to .uam Listing
Ambassador Cypriots an-
were Taylor Belch-: 90. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles an teea b
er's wife and two teen-age sons. nounced the landing of Turkishmen May Aid Mint Allis Chal 19% Int Pap 32%
little
I hour.B YORK (AP-The stock effect on Wall Street except -
and material after the C, D, E, F, G-Partly Alcoa 66's! Jones&L 79%

A spokesman said the State third day of attacks by Turkish cloudy through Tuesday with market kept a small gain in caution.to add another note of DENVER, Colo. (AP) Two Am Air 45s Kais Al 33%
afternoon.
Department ordered the evacu jet fighters on the northwest scattered afternoon and even- dull trading early this old coin in Am Brk 58 Ken'cott 854 .1
presses museums
Motors, rails and selected in-
ation. coast. Turkish warships still are ing thundershowers. Low tonight Nw\ Am Can 43% Lig&MyBO
Fractional dustrials kept the in may be used to help mint silver
gains predominated
average
In Athens, Greek patrolling off Cyprus. in the 70s. High Tuesday 1 dollars. Am Cyan 66% Loch'd 364
Foreign key stocks. plus territory. Steels were unchanged -
88 to 95. Variable among Am Mot 15%
mostly Lorillard
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Minister Stavros Costopouloscalled Sixty-four Turkish jets pounded H I Coppers were about the to slightly lower after. One is an 86-year-old press on
winds 5 to 15 milesan AT&T 70%
southerly
Mag'vox 30
in the display at the Nevada State Museum /
Turkish ambassador Greek Cypriot positions with strongest major group, advancing a gain at the start. -
and said Greece could not bombs, rockets and machinegunfire hour. ci,, moderately in view of soaring The Associated Press aver- in Carson City. The other: Am Tob 33tt MM&M 59 j
G, J, K-Partly cloudy through Ampx Cp 16 Mohasco
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restrain the Cyprus government as heavy fighting flared on Tuesday with a few brief night and copper commodity prices age of 60 stocks at noon was up is on display in a San Francisco:

from "necessary defensive the ground around the village of 80.morning High showers.Tuesday Low tonight 80s. 75 South-to -V..' t because of troubles in the Congo .6 at 314.9 with industrials up museum. Anaconda 44% Mons'to 794
upper
Armour 474 Mont Wd
381s
measures" if Turkey repeatedits Kokkina, stronghold on the Cyprus easterly winds 12 to II miles an hour. and Viet Nam as well as 1.3, rails up .2 and utilities off: "If they're in working order,
Babcock 32% Nat
Dair 83Vi
warlike activities. coast. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH labor difficulties in the United .1. I we hope to borrow them, said
L Prep. GAINESVILLE WEATHER Mrs. Fern Miller director of the Beth SU 37 Nat Dist 27%
The Greek Cypriots claimed Jacksonville ............ *3 73 .14 States. The Dow Jones industrial average =
Costopoulos said he told the ................ Denver Mint.Congress Borden 76%! N.Am Av 4Ss
Miami
they suffered about 300 casual- Si 80 Municipal Airport read- Fear of a major military in- at noon was up .56 at
Turkish envoy that Greece Tampa ................ n 76 .0. Brunswk 8% Penney 57
authorizedthe
ties, including more than 33 Atlanta ................ 85 70 ings for 24 hours to 8 a. m. volvement in Viet Nam seemedto 829.72. recently
hoped the attack on Polls was Boston ... ............ 70 53 As the moved minting of 45 million cart Cater Tr 32% Pa RR 33%
dead in the Turkish raids. ? be however. The ,
"due to the fact that not all New York ............. 76 56 today: High 92 at 2 p. m., lessening, coppers up wheels the first since 1945. Celanese 70Vi Pep Cola 58
Turkey said its planes fired onlyon Washington ............ 79 U low 73 at 1-6 a. m. No rain. Cyprus crisis seemed to have Kennecott, Cerro and American -
Turkish forces have received Chicago ................ 70 57 M Smelting added about They will all be produced in Chrysler 5Ui Phill Pet 53%
military targets. ........... a point
orders of cease-fire." Kansas City 94 75 .02 MARINE FORECAST CocaCol 1354 RCA 31%
a A Greek Cypriot statementsaid Denver ................ 93 43 More AboutVietNam each. Phelps Dodge and Inter- Denver.
Earlier, the Greek Cypriots Turkish Ft. Worth ............ 101 II EAST GULF: Variable mostly national Nickel fractional-i Com Ed 52s Rep Stl 444
the soldiers
that Turkish were Los Angeles .......... 85 68 southerly winds 5 to 15 knots through rose Con Edis 904 Revlon 344
charged troops landed from two Turkish de Seattle ._ _....?...... 70 54 .01 Tuesday. Scattered showers. I lye Anaconda was down a bit.
slipped ashore before dawn to Although Transworld Airlinesset I Cont Can 50% Rey Tob 42%
stroyers.It
aid the Turkish Dow Che 684 StReg P 30%
beleaguered
called the alleged landings traffic records in July, the Segni LosesHis
DuPont 261 Seaboard 52
Cypriot fishing village of Kokkina -
"continued incitement and stock was off
en- nearly a point.
20 miles west of Polis. EAL 30% Sears 117%
lutuarteS
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of the Turkish (! Sears Roebuck thana
couragement up more
E.Kodak 130 Sinclair 461.
From
Turkey and the U.N. Command Page Ion
(Cypriot) rebellion" and evidence o point, and Westinghouse Elec- DutiesROME Firestone 40% Socony 82 "
on Cyprus denied there of Turkey's disregard of tric, nearly point helped
up a ,
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Fla SouthnC 64
had been any landing. But the the Security Council's peace ap MRS. NORMA RYAN Mrs. Scruggs died at the the democratic Republic of bolster the averages. Du Pont
Cyprus government demanded peals. LAKE BUTLER Funeral home of her daughter, Mrs.J. Viet Nam. To tell you frankly, I gained a fraction. : (AP) The Italian Ford 51% Sperry R 14

another urgent meeting of the The U.N. police force said its services for Mrs. Norma Ryan, Z. Copeland. the; debt in blood you owe the I All the Big Three motors Senate declared ailing Presi- Frept Sul 35 StBrand 75% I
dent Antonio Segni incapacitated Frueh Tr 32 StO NJ 84T8Gen
Security Council to consider scheduled for but Vietnamese people must be re
observation team in the area yesterday Funeral services will be held were fractional gainers. named
today and Senate 32 Studebak 8
what" it called "perhaps a limit had spotted one small unidenti- postponed, will be held Tuesdayat tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Adele, paid." Boeing and Douglas Aircraft Dyn
President Cesare Merzagora to Gen El 82% Swift 50
ed invasion." fied vessel off Kokkina. The 3 p.m., in the First Chris- Ga. The U.S. air strike on North eased as aerospace defense issues ,
take over his duties. A medical Gen Fds 90% Texaco 80
Costopoulos said the Turkish commander of the Swedish contingent tian Church. Viet Nam's shore bases last put on a mixed showing.
Survivors include her -
: daughter bulletin said Segni was gravely Gen Mills 42V* Thiokol 13
garrison at Kokkina, the last Co!. Jonas Waern, said Services were delayed to allowa Mrs. three Wednesday was in retaliationfor Small losses were shown also ,
Copeland; sons, ill. Gen Mtrs 92V4 U Carb 1204
Turkish Cypriot coastal strong- he saw "some activity" near son in France to be present. B. F. Scruggs of Gainesville, North Vietnamese PT boat by Jersey Standard, U.S. Steel, Goodrich 54%: Unit Airc 49
hold, opened mortar fire on the fishing village but couldn't of attacks on U.S. 7th Fleet destroyers -Jones & Laughlin and U.S. Gyp I The transfer of authority to
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Greek Cypriot positions duringthe learn the details. in the Gulf of Tonkin. sum. the 66-year-old Senate president -
has been received hereof Ala., and Earl Scruggs of Greyhnd 24T8 US Steel 56Ts
morning. But other sources The latest crisis caused feverish Miami. "The U.N. Security Council Prices were higher in quiet under provision of the
I Gulf Oil 56V4 Univ Mat 1318Hon'well
the death of Mrs. B. F.
said the situation there was activity in several capitals. has no right to examine" the trading on the American Stock Italian Constitution, was announced -
q' iet. President Johnson hurried back Scruggs, 85, who died Sundayin Wiseman Funeral Home of clash between the United States !,Exchange. in the government's of- 128V4 Westg El 34Tk

Turkey began the attacks last to Washington from a weekendat Valdosta, Ga. Adele, Ga., is in charge. and North Viet Nam, a state- Corporate bonds were mostly ficial Gazette 2Vt hours after Int Int Nick Harv 784 77'/4 Wino Woolwth Dix 28 35%%
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Friday to halt the Greek Cypriot his Texas ranch and sent personal ment by the North Vietnamese'oreign lower. U.S. government bonds attending physicians made public -

advance on Kokkina. appeals to the heads of the More About ministry declared. were generally unchanged. the gravity of Segni's condi Resigns Post

Archbishop Makarios, the Turkish, Greek and Cypriot gov- North Viet Nam's official tion. He was felled by a cere-
I
Greek Cypriot president, said ernments.The newspapers Nhan Dan, said: Slays Wife bral stroke three days ago. He At Sunland

his government will "fully re I. United States pressed for Pope "Our people will never be dupedby is partly paralyzed and his

spect" the Security Council ap- withdrawal of an estimated 5- the U.S. imperialists who intend Buries Her speech has been impeded.A MARIANNA Dr. Maurice

psal. He issued the statement;000 to 7,000 Greek and Turkish From Page 1 ; to use the United Nationsto Dayan, director of psychological -

after the latest Turkish raid and soldiers who have quietly entered execute their plan of slander medical bulletin this morning services at Sunland Training \

his government's report of the ; Cyprus since the dispute The 14,000-word encyclical pressed on the Church." against our country. And Car was the first official an- Center here has resigned to

troop landing at Kokkina.In flared up last December over a letter to Roman Catholic bish- But he added: "Let us not deceive North Viet Nam's army command nouncement that the 73-year-old accept another position at Pine-

Ankara, Kemal Stair, Makarios' attempts to end the ops around the world put ourselves into thinkingthat charged that two U.S. reconnaissance RIVIERA BEACH (APPolice -president had been left partly crest State School in Pineville,

Turkey's deputy premier, insist legislative veto of the Turkish down "practical guidelines" for the edifice of the Church planes flew over today uncovered the grisly paralyzed by the stroke. La.

ed that the "Cyprus government Cypriot minority.A Paul's 13-month-old pontificate.It should be reduced to its early Red soil Sunday. It protested to story of a man who drowned his Segni was elected May 6, 1962, Dayan, is a graduate of the

claims are without any founda- U.S. 6th Fleet carrier task was a broad statement of minimal proportions as if they the International Control Commission wife in a Palm Beach pool, for a 7-year term. The Italian University of Florida and is

tion." force abruptly sailed from Na- the role of the Roman Catholic alone were true and good." which is responsible for drove with her body in the presidency is largely a cere- married to the former Carol. I

The new Greek Cypriot complaint ples Sunday night for an undis- Church in the modern world. Its supervising the Geneva agree- trunk of a compact automobileand monial post. Haven of Gainesville.

came in the midst of a closed destination. The force title Ecclesiam Suam, His It was in the third chapter, on ment. buried the body and vehicle .

lull in the fighting on the Mediterranean consisted of the carrier Franklin Church was derived from the dialogue, that the Pope discussed near Lake City, more than 300

island. President Ma- D. Roosevelt, the guided first two words of its official communism, atheism, miles away. I \

karios offered to halt the Greek.I missile cruiser Boston and six Latin text. The reference is to Christian unity and the possibility More About Police Chief Lennie Cottrell of 4/L'\/

Cypriot advance on the Turkish destroyers. Christ. of a joint defense of common Riviera Beach said Odell Jones,

Cypriot villages if Turkey Soviet Premier Khrushchev Pope Paul condemned communism ideals with nonChristians.He 31, was picked up for questioning : .

stopped its air attacks. warned the Turks that their military and atheism, sayingthe last night, apparently on the i ii _
Turkey agreed to call off the action could "only make substitution of religion witha spoke of the Jews, the Barry basis of
a missing persons report -
raids if there are no further the situation more acute, increase godless scientific conception"is Moslems and "the followers of i made by his former wife's :

Greek Cypriot attacks. the conflict and increasethe the most serious problem of the great Afro-Asiatic (sic) reli- relatives.
The Security Council imploredall of gions," and added: From Page 1
danger war. our time. But he expressed the Cottrell quoted Jones, a Ne-
sides to observe an immediate The Moscow press called hope that ideological systems "We recognize and he his
Soviet respectthe of Counties. gro, as saying pushed
cease-fire. Only the Turkey a "pirate" and an "ag- denying God "may day be
one
moral and
and Czechoslovakia abstained spiritual valuesof Goldwater said Communist ex-wife, Elizabeth Jones Porter,
Union vote which gressor. able to enter into a more posi- the various non-Christian religions "doubt of our strength, and 31, into a swimming pool in
in the 9-0 by mentionof
made
Khrushchev no
tIe: council adopted a U.S.-Brit- for tive dialogue with the Church and we desire to join doubt of our will to use it," Palm Beach last Tuesday, I II
a Greek Cypriot request than the present one which we I
with them in and defending her out and then
for promoting have led North Viet Namto picked body
resolution calling cessation Soviet aid either in his note to of and la- may
now necessity deplore
of hostilities. Turkish Premier Ismet Inonu or ment. common ideals of reli- stage its patrol-boat attackson drove with it to a point near Third in sales. .

A U.N. source disclosed that to Makariosand work gious liberty, human brotherhood American destroyers in the Lake City.
similar He renewed to
Makarios had reacted favorably i messages U pledges good culture, social welfare -Gulf of Tonkin. Jones said he spent about a
U.N. Secretary-General for Christian unity and spoke of
and civil order. day digging a hole in which to
Goldwater half-dozen
.. I II. Thant. finding "greater courage to undertake got a

I The Soviet leader told Makarios the necessary reforms" "For our part, we are readyto rounds of applause, one when I bury the car and body, and I Ii i
I.IIi: felled some trees over the site.
The that the Soviet Union supported started in the Vatican Ecumenical enter into discussion on these he declared: !
Police took Jones to the scene
I the Greek Cypriots and Council. common ideals, and will not fail "I support, before anyone
I the withdrawal of all for- take gets the idea, as does I early today and reported they I
: urged But he reaffirmed the Roman to the initiative where our wrong my

.eign troops from the Island.To Catholic concept of papal primacy -offer of discussion in genuine, party as do all Americans, the found under the foot car of and earth.body buried Ii i

i- Capitol"WASHINGTON Thant, Khrushchev said: and said he was distressed -mutual respect, would be well President's firm action in re- a
Police Chief Homer of
Large
"At this moment, the U.N. must that many non-Catholic received." sponse." .
Palm Beach confirmed the find
do its best to stop the bloodshedin Christians considered the papacy He was applauded again when '
: Cyprus and thus avert the development -' a "stumbling block" to unity. He did not say what form the he added, "We will not let this and said the home where the

(AP) The of events dangerousto He asserted he could not .'comI discussion might take, but he one action obscure a multitudeof drowning took place was closed

H use Committee on Unameri- I emphasized that "honesty com other needed actions." for the summer. The woman
of
of
the cause peace. promise with the integrity" I
can Activities and says the propaganda Greece, Turkey's eastern :the Catholic faith in seeking uni- pels" him to say Christianity is Goldwater noted the speechwas worked there as a maid and

agitation campaignsof Mediterranean partner in the ty. the "one true religion." his first formal address had gone there to check up on I
the Communist party were
again..r
Atlantic Treaty Organization -I since the Republican National the property. Jones was employed :
responsible for the assassinationof North Council reforms, he added, Referring to atheism, the
sent a squadron of air I"cannot either the Convention nominated him for at the home as a gar
concern
President John F. Kennedy. Pope said the denial of God is
Cyprus in a He said it will be in- dener. 111I
force planes over essential conception of the "utterly erroneous" and "we president.
show of support for the Greek I church or its basic structure." teresting to see how it is reported. -
[However, the committee said shall therefore resist with all It

intakes: no position en the ques- Cypriots. The encyclical was divided our strength the assaults of this Identify
Costopoulos, Greek Goldwater said he wouldn'tcomplain .
Stavros into four : A prologue on ,-,
parts
tion of "whether the assassination denial. -'
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said the planesdid _
that the
of President Kennedy was foreign minister the paths open to the Church, a newspapers Victim Of

an individual act or the work of not open fire on Turkish section on Church awareness of The Pope's words on Chris- misquote him, "but I sometimes I

conspiracy." Cypriots, but warned of Greek itself, another on the renewal tian unity did not represent; a wonder where Christianity Car CrashA I '

reprisals if the Turks continue under way in the Church, and change of Roman Catholic atti- ; would be today if some of

A presidential commission their sorties. the last on the dialogue betweenthe tude. He always has maintainedthat those reporters were Matthew, lone woman driver killed
"If America does not do basic Mark Luke and John." in wreck Gainesvillelate
headed by Chief Justice Earl Church and the world.In Church doctrine can- a near

Warren is expected to conclude something about the worsening the prologue, the Pope offered not be compromised, but he Goldwater said the theme .of Saturday night has been,

next month that accused assas- Cyprus situation, Greece will be to help in international said in the encyclical the "peace through preparedness"will identified as Mrs. Donna Walker

sin Lee Harvey Oswald was a forced to interfere," Castopoulos -disputes, without specifically Church "will not cease to go be a major message of his 23, of Palatka.

loner who acted out of his own said after an emergency saying what form such aid forward with a patience andconsideration" presidential campaign. She was killed in a head-on -

aberrations when he fired the conference with Norbert L. An- might take. in the cause for "Today," he said, "as it has collision about three miles east

bullets that killed Kennedy last schuetz U.S. charge d'affairesin In the chapter on awareness, Christian unity." before three wars in the past, of Gainesville on S. R. 20. again. .

Athens. The U.S. officialwas our guard is dropping in every- Driver of the other car was
22 in Dallas. is
N.OV. Pope Paul said, "It a duty to- -
twice to Pre- "Let us stress what we havein "
summoned sense. Robert Irving Paulling, 40, of
for the Church to
mier George Papandreou's office day deepenthe common rather than what di- "Under our present defense 302 SE 49th Drive. Paulling and [[
:The House committee dis- t awareness that she must "
Sunday.In vides us, he said. "On many leadership, with its utter disre- four passengers in his car sustained -
clissed Kennedy's murder in its have of herself, of the treasureof ._.. ..
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of difference tradition ,
Paris, NATO Secretary- points gard for new weapons, our deliverable minor injuries. n ,-, ', v'r. -- -n"'
annual report issued Sunday. It truth of which she is heir and -
General Manlio Brosio met sep- spirituality, canon law and nuclear capacity maybe Deputy Sheriff Fred K. Wood :v" ,. "

recommended that Congress arately with the Greek and custodian and" of her mission in worship, we are ready to study cut down by 90 per cent in reported one of the autos in-' I 1s. 'W:;

pass a law making assassination Turkish delegates after the the world. how we can satisfy the legitimate the next decade," he said. volved apparently veered over., N I!
of the President vice- He said the Church must "re
or Greek government protested the desires of our Christian the center line during a rain i

president a federal crime. Turkish attacks to the Atlantic fleet on herself" because of the brothers still separated fromus. storm, but he was unable : )

alliance. scientific, technical, social phil- ." Brenda Not to discover who was at fault.I : _

British Prime Minister Sir osophical and currents in the No charges were filed.Gainesville -=_=.i1964t__ _

:1WASHINGTON (CAP) Alec Douglas-Home broke off a world. Paul said some non-Catholic U. S. ThreatMIAMI ,

Former Vice President RichardM. vacation in Scotland to assume "Men committed to the Christians believed Church reunion .

Nixon says the "explosiveconflict" command of his government's Church are greately influenced would be possible "if it Sun

over civil rights will diplomatic activities on the Cyprus -by the climate of the world; so I were not for the primacy of the Fla. (AP) Tropical, Published evenings except -

be a major issue in the presidential crisis. much so that a danger bordering Pope." Storm Brenda continued to Saturday and Sunday mornings again.
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campaign. Canadian Prime Minister almost on vertiginous confu- by -
He added: "We beg the separ- Ocean today on a course away Company at 101 SE
*Appearing Sunday on a taped Lester B. Pearson conferred by sion and bewilderment can ated brethren to consider the in- from the United States. I I 2nd Place, Gainesville. Florid, Four years in a row, we're third.* How come? Oh, Pontiac style.

television-radio program with telephone with President Johnson .shake the Church's very foundations -consistency of this position. The center of the storm was ; and entered as second class Pontiac ride. Pontiac performance. So what Its popularity-yeai
the Post Office
matter at
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, R- Canada has 1,000 troops on and lead men to embrace" Without the Pope, the Catholic located about 420 miles north-j Gainesville. Florida.CIICULATION at ifter year after year after year-means your Pontiac Is worth men

N.Y., Nixon said the people will Cyprus. most bizarre ways of thinking. Church would no longer be Cath- east of Bermuda and was moving .w.1eruoy'trade.That's what.
The reform noted RATES BY
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want to hear from the candi- Gunfire olin Without the supreme, effi- to the north northeast 14 CARRIER OR MAIL <0c dates how they plan to handle Turkish Cypriots broke out in .that it was up to the Ecumenical cacious and decisive pastoral miles per hour at daybreak.The I 1 Week .45

civil rights problems. Nicosia, capital of Cyprus, Sun- Council to propose changesin office of Peter the unity of the U.S. Weather Bureau at 3 Mo*. $5.85 Wide-Track PontiacSEE
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presidential nominee Barry two sides. Two Greek Cypriots -, Pope Paul said the term reform Member of Audit Bureau of
the next 18 hours.
Goldwater have agreed to were killed and at least should not be used only "The apostle's art is a riskyone Maximum winds of Brenda I j Qrculotion.

avoid during the fall campaignany three Turkish Cypriots were ,"in the sense of change, but of a the desire to come togetheras which passed over Bermuda,' AH material contained herein h TROPICAL PONTIAC INC.
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Jehovah's Witnesses--Word of the Bible Is LawThis




is the first of two articles vide the ransom sacrifice and to to godly service and ever- worship. Any national flag isa

on "Who are Jehovah's lay the foundation for God's lasting life.
I symbol of sovereign
Witnesses?", part of the Sun's new system of things. power, About the AuthorMilton
regarded by people
as sacred.Jehovah's .
series on "What Our Religions WHAT OURRELIGIONS
Jehovah will not tolerate Do Jehovah's Witnesses believe
Witnesses
Are cannot
wickedness. on earth forever. in the Virgin Birth? G. Henschel is director of the
WatchTower
The beginning of the end for conscientiously participate i nan a
By MILTON HENSCIIEL Satan came when Christ took Jesus was born miraculously, act that ascribes to the national Bible and Tract Society, the governing bodyof
a virgin birth in fulfillment of
What is the basic creed pro- power in heaven as King. This the emblem and to the nation Jehovah's Witnesses.Mr. -- -
of Isaiah 7:14. He
fessed by Jehovah's Witnesses happened in 1914. prophecy for which it stands, for. : Henschel is an ordained ministerof u

? ARE"the Christ's first act was casting died a ransom to relieve man in the Ten Commandments, it Jehovah's Witnesses and has traveled to eighty

The Witnesses have no creed. Satan out of heaven, and this from sin inherited from the says: "Thou shalt not make countries in his official duties as executive aide

They follow the Bible all the : was followed by great troubleson first parents in the Garden of unto thee any graven image, or to the president of the Watch Tower Bible and
Eden. As I Corinthians 15
way not halfway. They feel earth. This will be climaxedin any likeness of any thing thatis Tract Society.

the Bible is entirely consistent God's battle, Armageddon: shows, Christ died a human I in heaven above or that is in

both the Hebrew and Greek faithful and true witness" tians in 1884 the the complete destruction of the I body but was resurrected as a the earth beneath or that is in
as governing
Scriptures and practical for in Revelation 3:14.: He designated body. Devil and his system of things, mighty spirit creature. the water under the earth: thou Witnesses: Its decision was of any nation to raise an army'.-
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our day. others to continue the testimony !- his world. This is the vindica- shalt not bow down thyself to that there is no requirement of by conscripting its manpower..
Do Witnesses believe in the ItJehovah's the conscientious to salute the They merely keep this .
"Ye shall be wit- tion of Jehovah's name and the them, nor serve own
saying What the ofJehova'
are teachings Holy Trinity? flag of the United States. to b IL_
Where did the name come nesses unto me unto the beginning of the 1,000. year neutrality, refusing rea
Witnesses? Jehovah's Witnesses believe Witnesses do not I their
from? uttermost of the earth"- reign of Christ. Then all that allegiance to their God .
The name Jehovah's Witnesses Acts 1:8.Jehovah's. part That Jehovah is the only true breathe will praise Jehovah. that Jehovah God and christ wish to incur the wrath of God Do the Witnesses deny gov- and Savior. Their position is'

is found in the Bible in Isaiah God. His supremacy has been I Christ is now in his second Jesus are two distinct persons by acts of worship contrary to ernment authority? that of neutral ambassadors for.

43:12: : "Ye are my witnesses Witnesses today are challenged by Satan who caused -presence. He will always remain and are not combined with a his commands. They do not oppose No. Without governments, an- Christ the King. '

saith Jehovah and I am merely the last of a long line the rebellion in Eden and I invisible to humans, but so called "Holy Ghost" in one anyone's desire or rightsto archy and chaos would reign. Having a good conscience to-

God." of servants of God. They are who puts the integrity of all I his presence is proved by god-head called a Trinity. salute the flag. Each must Earthly governments have the ward God does not make a .

A history of Jehovah's Wit not an incorporated body. They men to the test. world events since 1914 which decide for himself what he will right to make laws to regulate person a weakling or a coward. _

nesses and their service to God use the non profit Watch Tower God's primary purpose is the fulfills all the predictions of Do Witnesses salute the do. This is true freedom of wor morals, protect persons and Fear of death does not cause-

takes us back 6,000 years. Abel Bible and Tract Society, vindication of this supremacy. Matthew 24. flag? ship. property, and maintain public the Witnesses to take this position -., .

and other men of faith before which was incorporated in announce the King's reign, and Now the Christian's duty is Saluting a flag, of any nation The Supreme Court of the order. Jehovah's Witn e sses ; in some lands, they are

Christ are called "witnesses" in Pennsylvania by Charles Taze In carrying out this purpose, to keep integrity to Jehovah, to is regarded by Jehovah's United States has so declaredin I'obey all such laws, if they are executed by firing squads because ..

Hebrews 11 and 12:1. Christ is Russell and associated Chris- God sent Jesus to earth to pro- to help neighbors find the way I Witnesses as unchristian imagethe a case involving Jehovah's 'in accord with God's laws. of it. It takes more cour-.._

When there is direct conflict between age to stand up for unpopular-

God's law and that of a principles than it does to gp,.

II 'Watchdog of the Cabinet' at WorkBy government law ,of they God obey as set the forthin supreme -.along NEXT with: "Who the majority.are Jehovah's-'

the Bible. -
Witnesses?" Part II.
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ALLEN MORRIS Actually, Adams had an in- Too, Adams is more guardednow. ally every working day of the Secretary of State, 17, and fice manager possesses suffici- Why do Witnesses claim zines(c. 1963-4 and by Cowles Inc.Maga-.."

TALLAHASSEE Someonethe quiry about a fourth piece of He's learned that Tallahassee year. Commissioner Doyle E. the Attorney General, 28. Ordinarily ent knowledgeability about employment service exemption? Broadcasting )

other day called Secretaryof that day's board business but likes the off stage approach -Conner is kept on the run. staff directors are the matters to test the Because they have conscientious -:

State Tom Adams the he kept that to himself becausehe and many a situation The same is true of Treasurer connecting links between these soundness of what the merit objections, based on"I dIoCo1MA1[ r

"watchdog of the Cabinet." didn't want to risk the good gets handled over coffee or in- J. Edwin Larson with the insur- activities and the top manage- system proposes; certainly the commandments of God

That was after Adams caught humor of his colleagues by formally elsewhere which once ance industry his office regu- ment. enough to suggest questions against taking part in the mr {[J1EA1E<

three unanswered questions of seeming to cast himself publicly would have been hammered out lates; of School SuperintendentThomas Almost at once after he be- Adams may want to ask. world's wars. ,. '

consequence in matters being as the objection man. at the board table. D. Bailey with education came Secretary of State in 1961, The Adams method works in Wars between nations todayare : ..

presented to the Governor and In the beginning, when the The duties of the Secretary of and of Comptroller Ray E. and realizing he didn't have the other ways helpful to him. When' not the same as Israel's I :::

Cabinet by staffs representing Adams system first was devised -State lend themselves to the Green with banks, other lending time to review each item on the Dr. Gordon W. Blackwell resigned -'I wars in ancient times. Israel"I.' 'i'

various of the boards on which there were in fact some watchdog role. Because the bus institutions, and the mercantile board agendas that reach the unexpectedly as Presi- was Jehovah's theocratic nation -;I H 'HomeI

the elected officials serve. mutterings. One of his colleagues -iness of the office can be con- groups his revenue collecting members on Fridays or Mon-. dent of Florida State University and the Israelites were.I S Ufo

One was a privately called him a .ducted largely in Tallahassee, responsibilities reach.In days before the Tuesday meet-' Adams had a position paper fighters in God's wars. No po- w : 21$ N.E.

matter affecting ,show-off: another thought he the Secretary of State doesn't addition to managing departments -ings of the Governor and Cabi- drafted overnight simply by re- litical nation today can properly let Street
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have volume of which are their in- net, Adams set his double- '
the
Capitol Cen- Cracker was seeking publicity. mandatory up viewing his own thinking with claim that status.

ter zoning; another. I But now, three years later, meetings which require the dependent responsibility, the check system.He that of his staff assistants as- Though not pacifists, Je- : FR 2-3576

a water- Politics there's a rather general acceptance presence of his Cabinet col- Governor and the six membersof shared his board respon- signed to monitor routinely his hovah's Witnesses fight only
idea that from the the Cabinet serve, by virtueof sibilities with the people who
the
ways loan-grant of by doinghis leagues away Capitol.The obligations as a member of the when God commands them todo

problem, and homework, the Secretary of Commissioner of Agriculture -' their elective office on have broadly related duties on Board of Education. Adams was so. Since the days of ancient II EXPERT TREESURGERY

the third a State is protecting the interestsof for example, oversees an boards with duties so diverseas his own staff. Adams' office able to point out authoritativelythe Israel, God has not commanded I

safe guarding all. Really he's looked upon industry with so many ramifica- selling bonds and setting sea- manager, for example, reviewsthe weaknesses that appear to men to fight in wars between -I!

clause in an agreement for cooperative -by some as the watchdog "for" tions that there well may be a sons for catching {ish. agenda of matters being him in the present managementof nations. That is why

Federal State actionin rather than "of" the Cabinet, meeting of some affiliated groupin The Governor is, for instance, presented by the merit systemto higher education and to Christians of the first century ; M

an educational field. a big difference. Florida or Washington virtu- a member of 26 such boards; the Personnel Board. The of- ways of strengtheningthese. suggest -refused to serve in the I m- irr *DemossingCovity

penal armies of Rome. : Work
.
Incidentally Adams and his Besides, ministers of rell-, \ ;) **TreeRemovo Pruning-

815 Earn UF Degrees; Thousands Attend Rites top assistants meet nearly every gion are exempted from military -i !

Monday for midmorningcoffee service by law in many Bracing
I Grove
countries. Because the vocationof
For Civil Rights Workers with the Capitol press. Pruning
each Jehovah's Witness is
There's h relaxed talk J
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333 in Graduate School which helps Adams and the the ministry, all Witnesses I Fre Inspection and Estimates
NEW YORK (AP) Joined Goodman's college mate from newsmen better understandwhat's claim exemption under such,

I hand to hand and chanting "we Queens said: taught laws.
"Andy us '
going on in the state l: t'-'_
shall overcome," thousands of II an old truth: None is free until They do not oppose the desireof 7'etCono
'Arnold Brown. PHD; Emily Warden Robert G. Stout am Ire. BA; Anne T. Sov- and its government. '-- CWoWC'
Approximately 815 University Browne BA; David Arthur Bryan. MED; erel Swan. BA; Robert Douglas Tallyn white and Negro mourners paid all are free." any person to serve in the ca.
of Florida students will receive Nancy Arleen Burch. MED; Billie J. I BSBA; Clive Taylor. BA; Charles La- tribute Sunday night to two These are not press confer- armed forces of any nation. 20 NW 16th Ave. FR 6-2661
I Walcutt Burg. MRC; Edwin Earl Bur mar Temple BSN Ruth J. Cohen Thur- stories do result
degrees following the completion nett, MS; Henry Hollis Canes, BS; Robert -man. MED Marie Paul linger ME; white civil rights workers slainin Leaving the service with ences although Nor do they oppose the efforts.
of the academic year Benjamin Canney, MED; Thomas Gsiffin Vlckery BSBA; Reza Goodman's body in an oak cas- sometimes. The other day an
Betty Lou Carlisle BSN; Kun-Young Vossoughi BSA Bennett Clark Weaver, Mississippi.In I
last week. Chiu. ME; Robert Jonn Cohrs AAB; BS; Glen McCray Weltz BSA; Lester Allan ket, Mrs. Robert Goodman, his Adams observation wound up in j
Kermit S. Combs. Jr., BAE; Mary A. Wells. BSBA; Edward J Whittmg- separate services and at an the papers when he suggested : REST A U RAT URS- -
Candidates included 595 men Sloan Conness. MED; Charles Burrell slow MA; George Patterson Whittle. MS; outdoor the mother, clasped the hand of
The graduate I Coulter. MED; Floyd A. Curington B'\-Henry Granby'WIIcox PHD, Richard P. rally, young men Chaney's mother, Fannie, who the Democratic leadership could Restaurant Equipment SAVE SAVE!
and 221 women. SE; Laurence S. Daley. BSA; Lydia Ma- Wilder Jr., BEE; Virginia A. J. WillIams were eulogized as "martyrs,
school expected to award rie Dante. BA; Edward J. Davis MED; MED; Milton Edward Wlnyall attended both services. carry Florida for President! GOOD Sense Makes DOLLARS.
was
Ruthanna Marie Davis. MED; William MS; Frank Wilson Wolf, SOS; Morton compassionate and totally committed Johnson if would off
they
about half of, BAE Jimmie get I Hotel China and Glassware
333 degrees with Nicholas Decarlls, MSE; John Clayton Wolfson ; Lee Womble Company
Dent. Jr BSBA; Charles William Dlnv ME; James Robert Wood PHD; Rich- to nonviolence. Chaney was buried Friday in their duffs, forget individual I
them going to graduate studentsin I mick MS; Edmund T. Dougherty, Jr., ard Chen-Hua Wu MSE; Tsute Wu The FBI discovered the bodies 640 W. Bay St., P.O. Box 43 1 3, Jacksonville Fla.
Meridian. ambitions and work. I.
the College of Education. I MSE; MSE Kuo Shyh Yeh, ME. I ,
Alice Connor Dunnlll. BSP; John Porter of the New YorkersAndrew -,
The College of Arts and Sciences East. PHD; James Wilbur Elliott. Hold
BEE Leslie Cllve Ellwood. MS Burt 'Party'On Goodman, 20, and Michael
with
led the other colleges Harold English MA; Kay Marvin Eoff.
120 candidates for undergraduate PHD; Raymond William Idler., ME; Toll Road Schwerner 24, and James
Willard Earl Field MED; Judith Lee S. Chancy 21, a Negro from Meridian
degrees. Fischer, MED; Carol K. Flesher, PHD;
Anna Marie Flowers. BSN Gerald Byrd Miss. last in
; Tuesday a
The graduating students will MIAMI (AP Because
Forbes, PHD; Arnold M. Freedman, ) a
MA Joan Sue G. Freedman BSN grave near Philadelphia, Miss.
be honored at annual commencement ; ; woman needed a dime express-
James Oliver Freeman BA; Ruth Hoyt
ceremonies in April, Gage. BSN; Frank J. Gallagher MA; way fee-they held a post wed- The trio vanished near Philadel-
Vivian Bosque Garcia. BA; Margaret I phia June 21 at the beginning of
Ann Gauthler. BA; Charles Archie Gibson ding party at the Airport Ex-
1965.Area candidates for degreesare PHD; Kendra ,M. Gllkes MED; I, pressway Tollgate.Mrs. a summer drive to register Ne-
James Clayton Gear AAB; Saul Goldberg
as follows: ME; Robert William Gould, PHD; I Mary Licht, her niece groes to vote.

CEDAR KEY.SPRINGS.Harold B Ben HodgkIns H. Cheat-Jr.. Gene David Gramlmg.Edward Jr.Graham. BA; Alonzo BSBA;Frank Lea and aunt, arrived at the toll- At the memorial service for

MED ham ;Jr.HIGH. MED Shirley A. Dawdry Lee. Green, Jr., BSBA; Lul Moris Habip,, gate Sunday on the way home Schwerner at the Community
PHD
BA.EI Jcnette O Hunt Sheely. MED; ; from Mrs. Ucht's son's wed! Church in Manhattan James
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Virginia C. G. Beverly Jean W. Hammer MED John ,
Jordan. MED LAKE BUTLER. Ronald Richard Haney, MED; David William ding. Mrs. Licht's purse was in' Farmer, national director of the I' -
Hanna BSP; Martha Davis Harrell.
Cuinn Dean Davis BME MPH MCINTOSH; Edward Mack John Herrin Mc- BSN Kent; Paul Hayward Wayne Hastings BS; Juanita, BSBA M.; John F. the trunk. She hopped out to Congress of Racial Equality, to buy, build, repair or improve homes.MO' .
W. Hilyard. MED;
MELROSE BSBA: Thomas Agnes C. Watson Cross, Helie, BA; Klngdon Helle, BLA Robert get it, paid the dime and locked said, "one of the tragedies of
Frederick Henshaw. Jr. LLB; Mont F.
BAE'MICANOPY, John Gerald Feaster. Highley III. BS; Nancy Elizabeth High- the trunk. our world Is that evil societieskill
BSA; Arnold Malln BA; OTTER smith, BAE; Martin Branson Hinas, BS; The car keys were inside. their conscience and gentle-
Russell Edmund Hope. BARCH John
.
;
CREEK.RAIFORD.Charles Charles Gordon Stephen Swaggerty.BAE Har Kurt Horn MED; James Donald Howell. An hour and a half later, with folk."
; STARKE, Bobby U Taylor BSR' ; Crawford G. Jackson Jr., PHD; I the of half dozen
MS
den. ; help a high-
Martin Earlier Farmer had
MSA; Thelma V. B. Thornton BAE; Jerry Johnson BSP; Kenneth announced T-
Bennle George Williams BEE; TRENTON Combs Joyce. MST; Joseph Reid K&stor way patrolmen an accumulation the of
MRC; David Alan Kent BFA; Burton appointment I
William Larrle Jordan BSE Ed I of wedding relativesand i
Edward Kline MA; Devendra M. Koch- party
MED WILLISTON.Jim Rita Schwerner Michael's wid-
Browning Turner. ; ,
"a ,
har
Beau Sharpe Jr.. BCHE. PHD Robert Victor Kolar, BEE;: a score of passersby, the i
Fred F. Lado. Jr., PHD Alberto field
GAINESVILLE Morton Irving Alt- ; Angel ow, as a secretary for
Torsten-W. Andersen. BS: J.. Lanza. BS James G. Larche, Jr., LLB. back seat of the car was removed -
man BS;
CORE. She will establish
Bales. George Robert Lebo. PHD; and the help a
ho Bae. MSEi Charles Woodrow Willie R. Leslie Jr., BSBA Marilo keys retrieved.
MPH; Leonard Joel BAEj Barabas Sallie E.BS S.; Ron-Bar. O'Connor Levan PHD; 1 Kewl 11::. Lik- Not before the remains of the memorial community center in
C Barger.
ald Walter Wilson Bennett. PHD; !!yanl. MSE: Chi Wen Lin MSE Suzanne Meridian, Miss., Farmer said.
tok. MED E. T. Ltndemer MED Sandra wedding cake had been eaten by
; U
William. Marron Bekker Bernler.Bernard.BSN Jr.Vera. BA;Regina MaryJ MSE R. Llnebarger John A. McDonald MED; Chang, BSJ Shi Donald Lu. all. The cake tollkeepers explained Another speaker, John Lewis, ; lo buy big or little, new or used cars.

MED R. Bloom.; Avon BSE Allison Arden Bonner.P. Banner MAT;, Jr.. G. Martin, MED, Joseph Wesley; Mason was in the back seat chairman of the Student Nonvi-

Max Abbott Bouknecht BEE; Stanley Richard, BSBA McCormick; Samlr Masrl BA; William and had to be removed anyway."I olent Coordinating Committee, I
BSBRi Nancy Trot
ncr R. Bran'tey.MPH BSBR Robert Elinor Horace Kay S.Braswell.Brant- ter McCurdy, MS; Thomas A, McEach- tried to pay them but they said the "question is not who

MED; Jewel Spear Breoker MAi Max Sr.ern.. MED Ill BSBA; ; Frank William McCraw wouldn't take it," said Mrs. killed Mickey, James and Andy

Donna A. Dillon Meador, BA; Harry Licht. "They said they were
G. Meyers. Jr.. MSA; William Clarence but what killed" them.
Crop Exports Miller. BSF; Jane Elizabeth Moore BA; just doing their job, those sweet "
Charles Glen Moreland, PHD; John BenJamin boys." "Apathy, he said. MZ :21:
Morland. MED; Martha A. Morris
GrowthWASHINGTON
Show MED; Ghassan Semi Nachawl. BA: Ga- At the end of the memorial
llndar Mohan Nayyar. BLA; Charles J
inside
service thousands and
Spelling Slip ,
(AP) The Maxwell Neuteld. MA: Elizabeth, Martha
Nielsen.. BA; Beulah Dalao Nuval. outside the hall joined hands
Foreign Agricultural Service reports -MED; Andrew L. O'Connor, III. MA; GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (AP) -
fl that the past decade has Outler.Fareed Thomas BSA; Ossl, MLE, Gloria Jean A sign at one end of a city street and softly sang the civil rights

\ witnessed a considerable growthin M.Patricia Parrish.Fay MA;Pachler.Peter P.MS Pierce.; Huguette III. reads "Catherine." One at the someday.theme: "We" shall overcome, i to buy or outfit almost any type of boat. .

the dollar value of exports of BME; Helen Clay Pittman. BA; David other end reads "Katherine."
M. Porter II) MS; Allen Weston Powers Earlier at the funeral for
U.S. fresh and processed fruits MED; James Neamon Ramsey Jr.. The Common Council looked
and vegetables. 'I BME Dale Walker. Reece. BA; Harold into the matter but delayed action Goodman at the Ethical Culture
Edward Regan. BA
: Joseph William Riv.
Between 1953 and 1963 the ers. MED; Caroline W. S. Robbins BAE; for a spell. Society, Ralph Engelman,
I Edward Rolf. Jr.. BFAj Susan A. E.
value increased from $192 million Roquenore, MED; And money for any worthwhile purpose is yours to
to $370 million. The I Donald Herrick Rowley. BCE Daniel
J a year King Royer MA; Beverley A. W. Ryals,
t service said this growth, whichit BA; Ahmad Sadek. BME Carme Sanchez GET THE_ BEST PRICE
Sadek. BA; Frank Orln Sadler.
s expects to continue, can be BAE; Jeronimo A. Sandoval. BCE; Herbert borrow at the Citizens Bank. Low rates quick
Schapiro. ,
in PHD: Katherine N. Scott.
attributed to improvement economic -
MS; Roberta Lucile Selman. LLB: John
conditions and a gradual D. Shafer. MED: Carolyn Ann M '
ShIelds BAE; Leslie E. Shumway Jr.. YOU CAN FIND
relaxation of import controls in SAE; service and many months to repay.
Bruce Denis
Smith BES
; George Edward -
many parts of the world particularly Smith. BEE; Ward Herv.y Smith.
BEE; Enrique Sosa. PHD; Warren W.
western Europe. Stevenson. BCE; Ruth H. Stewart, MED; THEN
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II CONSCIENCEOF II MAULDIN II THE CONSERVATIVE I


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< Sun VIEWPOINT

f !ti I II
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THE I I How It Looks

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JOHN R. HARRISON, President and
SOUTH I III
Publisher; PAT COWLES, Vic Press 1. i
Florida's Beautiful. dent; Ed JOHNSON, Vic President At the Brink
and Executive Editor W. C. (Bill)

TJniversity City' t}t' EBERSOLE, Vice; President and Ad, II By RALPH McGILL II .
vertismg Director; BOB TARTAGLIONE .
P Iltler Pita Winning FBblllfccrOf
Vice President and Circulation Manager. Ifc. Al .ala, (G..) CMifUlatl By DAVID LAWRENCE

THE SUN'S POLICY WASHINGTON President Johnson and the
Asia And Congress of the United States have given the worlda
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. dramatic example of "brinkmanship" that reflects
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only i in-editorials. the determination of the American people to use
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. force if
military necessary, to repel aggression.The .
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 NuclearWeapons joint resolution authorizing the use of American -

Wont Ads-376-4672 naval, land and air forces in Southeast Asia to
prevent further aggressive acts is exactly in line

with the policies advocated by the late John Foster

Dulles, Secretary of State in the Eisenhower ad-

Phony Tests of Drugs ministration.YET .
If Red China comes into
the war in Viet Nam will THE WORD "brinkmanship" has been as-

Two doctors have been indicted hoped that those claims were true. this country then find it necessary sociated with criticism of Mr. Dulles and has repeat-

:: for making phony tests of drugs, to use some of the"family" N11 edly been taken out of context to imply that those
who support the Dulles idea are "triggerhappy"people
of nuclear
: awaits sentence and 19 a wea-
one are on No profession is without errant bent upon starting a war.

: suspect list of the U. S. Food and members. It is not unusual for per- pons The? answer is affirmative.We 7 In January, 1956, in an article published in "Life" I

: Drug Administration, the Chicago sons employed to give answers to will.THEY. magazine, Mr. Dulles was quoted as having said:

: Daily News reports. This situation, give the ones the employer would "You have to take chances for peace, just as you
which is under investigation by a 1 k must take chances in war. Some say that we were
: like to hear. This would seem to fee COULD come from
brought to the verge of war. Of course we were
Senate government operations sub- a case, however, in which the drug sea and air. Knowledge of brought to the verge of war. The ability to get to

committee, raises serious questions industry could not afford the luxuryof this fact may serve as a deterrent the verge without getting into the war is the neces-

.. about "test-for-pay" practices in the doctored reports. Its reputationand to the Chinese. Or, sary art. If you cannot master it, you inevitably get I
drug industry. those of its individual companies again, it may not. We do not BACKLASHBy into war. If you try to run away from it, if you are
know all the many items, scared to go to the brink, you are lost. We've had to I
depend on detecting and eliminating large and small, that have look it square in the face-

Beginning in October drug com harmful drugs. been fused in this latest act on the question of enlargingthe

: panies will be required to prove the of aggression by North Viet Korean War, on the question -

safety and value of all drugs intro- The fee is the main danger in the Nam. Certain it is the action ON THE RIGHT I of getting into the Indochina -
was directed from outside I war on the question of
: duced since 1938, a requirement of testing system. That it is not always r1 ,
sources. Ho Chi Minh, who t Formosa. We walked to the
: the Kefauver-Harris Act. The pro- necessary is shown in statements by successfully led the guerrillasof brink and we looked it in the

: tection given by this act will depend doctors to the subcommittee that Indo China against the Russia And The U.N. t face. We took stronge action."

: upon the reliability of the qualifyingtests they have done testing without get- French, has thrown in with

and the ability of FDA's small ting, wanting or being willing to accept North Viet Nam as an ad- NATURALLY THE above

staff to spot false tests. fees. If some tests are so arduous viser. He has turned from the quotation attracted worldwide

that doctors will Sovietsor so it is reported By WILLIAM .F. BUCKLEY, JR. attention, and in a press con- I
only engagein to Peking. It is prob- ference on Jan. 17, 1956, Mr.
One doctor who is in trouble received them for pay, the companies should able he has become the mas- Dulles said that the state- I

as high as $13,000 a year make it clear at the outset that theyare termind of Peking's plans. ment was not exactly a direct
William F. Buckley Jr. the vote from Russia in adopt (always with the
from testing. Such fees could be- Certain it is they are relat- away proper quotation, but he added:
paying for truth, not pleasant Last week U Thant confessed the General Assembly, Russia rhetorical mollifiers) a
incentive. Test ed to the break with Russia "I have said the substarce
: come a powerful reports -
answers. that he had got nowherein would in turn retaliate by similar position. Just because
and the coming convention of of that, I think, on a good
in which a large percentage of Moscow trying to get the walking out. Soviet Russia is the principal
Communist occasions: That I be-
nations of which many
the cases quoted were fictitious have Russians to pay their share of Russia is not, said Khrush- source of the world's concerns lieve that is not won hy
Mr. Khrushchev is to call for peace
been found. The drug companies re- The Industry should test its testers action against years for the United Nation's chev, going to be bound by does not disqualify her from seeming to retreat when an

ceiving the tests claimed ignoranceof for ability and candor before it of- This country,Peking.for its ventures in the Congo, in the what the majority in the Gen- putting down a perfectly com- aggressor threatened; thatit
own Near East, and elsewhere. It eral Assembly decide to do pelling argument on the theo-
the methods used, and it is to be fers fees for testing.dow security and future, could not will be recalled that the Uni- its treasury is simply not at retical merits of a given case. clear was the important fact that to we make were
afford
to carry on a conven- ted Nations spent several hun- the disposal of the honorable It is, after all, exactly the argument going to stand firm even
tional war if the Chinese dred dollars in the that France
million has
gentlemen of the General As- clungto though that might involvewar.
I come in. There would be a Congo for reasons no one can sembly. Either, as a Great for six years in refusing to That is a sentiment

1 sincere and deep reluctanceto quite remember, least of all Power, Russia does, or she make her payments. And it is, which I have expressed a

Voice of the use the minor nuclear Premier Moise Tshombe, and does not, have a veto powerin of course, the argument the good many times over a great
People weapons. But there would be that the General Assembly, to the United Nations, and if United States should cling to many years, and I think that
I IOn no practical way to avoid so finance this action, voted as- the General Assembly is going to arrest the tendency of the this particular statement at-

I doing. sessments on all members to take over work that United Nations, which is now tributed to me, when read in
The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions Viet Nam as a whole with reference to ability to was clearly intended only for dominated by the neutralistand the light of its context, is a
curves like a big fat "S" at pay, even though the Soviet the Security Council to do, ( largely barbarian) block, fair reflection of my views."

and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters the southeastern end of the Union and France had then let the General Assemblygo to make decisions involving, Mr. Dulles said he wished
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Asian mainland. China is to voted against the Congolese raise its own money, but and committing, the great po however, to clear up one
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The the north. The Gulf of Ton- expedition. Russia (and the don't come to Russia lookingfor wers. point that we had been
the right to reject letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or
Sun reserves any
kin nations has
where other Communist )
intent. our warships any of it. The United Nations was con "brought" to the verge of war,
have been on patrol, is in the been in default for years, and U Thant returned to Wash- ceived as a body that could not by our own choice, but
'Foreign Aid'Welcome curtains, dish towels, and time, and who, were she at eastern curve of the "S". the purpose of U Thant's trip ington so disconsolate that not successfully be used as an only by "threats which were
all those kitchen appliances home when her baby arrived, Laos and Cambodia was to dun Khrushchev for instrument of without
are to Lyndon Johnson, to make him policy a uttered in relation to Korea,
Here which make cooking so much would have her mother, the west. The South China the money the UN, and the feel good, broke precedent and consensus among the great in relation to Indochina, and

easier. But these foreign aunts, sisters and usually, servants Sea is to the south and east. UN's Court, says he owes it. ordered a 21-gun salute, here- powers. The Security Council, in relation to Formosa."
: wives must forego all of these to advise and assist her. At the eastern, lower tip of tofore reserved for chiefs of by awarding a veto to five Senator Goldwater a few
The
EDITOR, Sun: people they did until the Here her husband is
or even so
of Gainesville have a the "S" is the Gulf of Cam- KHRUSHCHEV having refused state, to greet him at the air- specified powers, explicitly weeks ago, in an interview
: personal Loan Closet began to function. occupied with his studies that
further international bodia. U Thant apparentlysaid port. recognized this limitation on published in a German news-
opportunity to
he is home to eat and
: understanding in a Many generous people have only to him, if you won't pay action by the whole body. It paper, was quoted as having

way which has probably never already contributed some of sleep. THE PENINSULA that in- the whole 60 million dollars IT IS UNCANNY how our was Dean Acheson, who, in said:
: occurred to them. The the things listed above, and We will probably never cludes North and South Viet you owe us, will you please 1951, shortsightedly thought to "MY IDEAS for a success-
Gainesville Council for Inter- the Loan Closet has loaned know the specific result of Nam, Thailand and Cambodia pay a little? even a few recent Presidents can manageto do an end run around the Soviet ful American foreign policy _
students for anything we do with the Loan million, to save the UN's do the symbolically maladroit Union's incessant use of
: national Friendship, formed them, in turn, to juts into the Pacific in a correspond generally to the
about four years ago by local their use while enrolled at the Closet, but wewho are so interested manner to have earned the face? Khrushchev apparently thing. At just the moment the veto by arguing that un- policy of the Eisenhower gov- I

citizens to give home hos- University. When he no longer in its activities are description "Southeast Asia's replied that he would pay nota when we could have taken ad- der certain circumstances the ernment and Secretary of I

: pitality to the foreign studentsat needs them, the student returns convinced it serves to show Pacific Balcony." It is 1,100 penny, not a ha'penny, nota vantage of Russia's bold of- authority to act fell to the State Dulles. You must always
the University of Florida, the items to the Closet, these influential students that miles from the Chinese bor- farthing, that if the United fensive against UN imperialism General As s embly, where show yourself ready to throwin

has this year added another which then lends them to an- we Americans are concernedfor der at the north to the Camau Nations retaliated by taking quickly to move in and there is no veto. everything if you want to
the welfare of all peoples.The .
: facet to its program.Its other student.By peninsula tip at the south. be respected and you are
Gainesville Council received "
Foreign Student Loan far the Closet's greatest Viet Nam itself is a long, fighting for peace.
a letter from a United FOREMOST NEWS
WORLD'S ANALYST
THE
He then asked "So .
activity is with the foreign was : a
narrow It
Closet is designed to help mar- States government official last country. penetrates -
of to the brink of
and their babies. We policy 'up
mothers
ried foreign students set up inland more deeply in the
:
fall telling of a signifi- '
have great need for baby very war, as Secretary of State
housekeeping when they find a cant conference held in South north than the south. Below
: themselves faced with the tre- cribs and mattresses, highchairs America and attended by the Red River delta South Dulles" long held to be cor-

mendous financial burden of strollers, playpens, high ranking officials of mostof Viet Nam is narrow, averag- Awesome Power rect? His reply was:
"Yes the only whois
buying the essential kitchen- training seats, sterillz e r s, Latin America. The repre- ing about 100 miles in width. ; person
respected is the one who
bottle warmers, carseats,
and linens not offered Mountains and
ware sentative from one country rugged plateau -
clearly says-when J
clothes and linens. necessarythat
In "furnished" apartments or baby with strong Communist lean- cover most of South Viet
he is determined to
the more distressing situation Several kind Gainesville ings launched a tirade againstthe Nam. The lowlands are along Sfrui jerk Limes plation of specific cases suchas President of the U. S. acts not to extremes. That is a policy go
which at least twice at women have been willing to
occurs United States, stating that the coast. There are some this that the voter in a only for the American peo- that your country and all I
the beginning of a trimester lend their baby furniture clear to its people were disinterestedin bays and inlets that cut deeply By JAMES RESTON U. S. election can think precisely ple, but for a vast non-voting successful countries have fol- .
with the understanding -
when there is nothing available the Closet
the rest of the world. The back into the mountainslike WASHINGTON Sometimes about where he wishesto constituency of allied and even lowed throughout the past
that it will be returned -
to foreign student but
a house to them immediately Commissioner of Agricultureof Norway's fjords. a flash of lightning place this awesome indi- neutral peoples who haveno thousand years."
"unfurnished"
or
an should it be needed. There another country immedi- across the world illumina t e s vidual responsibility. The vote in the election of the The misuse of the word"brinkmanship"
apartment. should be other families who ately replied, stating that his VIET NAM was for nearlya and clarifies issues here at President is free to be as prudent man whose decisions may determine arises from

Many couples arrive with have stored baby fur- own experience while a stu- century a French colony. home. Viet Nam has done this or capricious, as clumsyor their lives. the mistaken theory that the
what they think is enough away dent at the University of FlorIda French governors were ad- for the election. For the adroit as his nature in- American government would
money to last for a year, niture which they are keeping proved without questionthat ministrators. The colony then events of the last few days clines. THE DEBATE in the Con- deliberately create a crisis in

only to find it swept away "just in case" and which they the American people included what is now Cambo- have dramatized in specific gress on the proposed resolu- order to rattle a sword or
:; when forced to buy the bar- would like for a little foreign were vitally interested in in- dia and Laos. The Japanesetook terms the kind of military and PRESIDENT KENNEDYeven tion for the defense of South- threaten another country.

-..." est essentials of household guest in our city to use. ternational goodwill. This man over in 1940. In 1945 the diplomatic power that will be demonstrated that the east Asia demonstrates just

items. One has only to add Let me urge anyone read- had been warmly welcomed Japanese set up a puppet available to the man electedto wildest exertmes of action can how much the powers of the THE TRUE meaning of
: up a few of what we consider ing this letter to look over in someone's home while a government. Japan collapsed the presidency of the sometimes be embodied in the presidency have grown in the "brinkmanship" is a policy of

:,::. necessities bed, your house and, mentally student and as a result, a very there in September. The United States next November. same man. The fiasco at the last generation and also how readiness a willingness to

table and chairs, pots, pans, putting yourself in the situa- important Latin American Communist led Vietminh When the Communist gunboats Bay of Pigs was probably the the powers of the Congress fight if necessary and to indi-
china, glassware sheets, tow- tion in which these students Conference was led to side took over, ousting the emperor attacked the U. S. de most inept exercise of Amer- have declined in the field of cate clearly to the other side
els, blankets, pillows to find themselves, see what you with the United States. Bao Dao. A shocked stroyers off North Viet Namin ican diplomatic and military foreign affairs. that aggression will be re-

realize what a strain this puts can donate in sturdy useable Anyone having something to France was defeated at Dien the Gulf of Tonkin, the power since the Spanish- Once the President had or- pelled.It .
-' on a financial budget when it condition. Most of these wives lend or donate to the Closet, Bien Phu in May of 1954. Two President was free to retali- American War, but his handling dered the bombardment of is interesting to recall

.. must all be purchased in a speak little English but are please call me before noon at months later a negotiated ate in almost any way he lik of the missile crisis in the North Vietnamese coast that when President Eisen-
day or two. Then if a stove so eager to learn our ways 2-3321 and after noon and agreement dividing the coun- ed. He talked it over with his Cuba was one of the most and called publicly for a con- hower and both parties in
and refrigerator must be add- and get to know us. And you weekends at 2.9684.PATRICIA .
try was reached at Geneva. aides and with the congress- brilliant examples of balanced gressional resolution authorizing Congress united on a resolu-
;: ed, it becomes overwhelming. mothers see what you can P. SAMUEL Ngo Dinh Diem became ional leaders, but he was not power and diplomacy of him to use any military tion to authorize the use of
..
Of course, we Americansfeel spare to make life with babya (MRS. JOHN A.) mier in the South. It was pre-not legally bound to do so. the century. power he liked in defense of military forces to protect For-

we must have chest of happier and easier one fora Chairman, Foreign Student too long that his regime Much more than the se- that area (at the request of mosa, the Red Chinese took
: drawers, sofa, easy chair, young girl, who in many Loan Closet, Gainesville ago AS COMMANDER- of the an ally), the Congress could note of the action and discontinued -
of the
lamp, rugs, table cloths, bed- cases is away from her large Council for International felLThe United States entered CHIEF, the options were his. curity U. S. is involved people in how an not deny his request without their aggression.It .

spreads, shower curtains, win- family for the very first Friendship when the Geneva agreement He could have left the retalia- American president acts in a seeming to weaken and repu- is hoped that there will

tion to the South Vietnamese.He Had the diate the President in the similarly be a cessation now
was violated and Communist military emergency.
could have hit of acts of aggression and mili-
only one or emergency.
President reacted all
not
at
aggression began. This
\ POTOMAC FEVER during the Eisenhower was ad- two gunboat bases, or he to the attack on the destroyers Here is probably the central tary threats in southeast Asia.
could have bombed the Com- if he had hit issue of the election cam-
ministration and was a partof or Haiphong
; By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau the Dulles policy for East munist bases in the port of or Hanoi, the chances are that paign, clearly laid out before .
Haiphong, or even attackedthe the people in the Hidden and
he would either have
-: Moscow stands up for Hanoi in its war with the U.s. Navy. Those commies Asia. Red China was not then North Vietnamese capitalof aged the North Vietnamese encour-to unexpected lightning strokesof Need to ScratchREGINA

:.. may .have their differences, but they get together when the ships are down. the power she later was to Hanoi. invade South Viet Nam in the last few days. Who is

become. Communism was a As it was, he rejected the force or provoked an aerial to make these decisions for Sask. (AP) -
North Viet Nam claims the U. S. started it. Those defenseless monolith China, Russia the nation and Wanted buffalo
;. torpedoes two extremes of bombing Hai attack on the South Vietnamese the allies? Who : a scratcher. In
.- were on a peaceful mission when the imperialist destroyers tried to get in and the satellites were one. phong and delegating the capital of Saigon. And in has the capacity to find that the old days the great herds of

front of them and make them explode. If the Chinese come in we counterattack to the South either.case. of course, it would critical balance between the buffalo roaming North America
will use some nuclear wea- Vietnamese, but it was his have been the South Vietnamese use and restraint of unimagi- would pick particular stones or
: The administration is delighted to have Pierre Salinger in the Senate. He's pons in order to survive. We decision to make and he act- people who would have nable military power? boulders as back scratchers.

:.. just the right age-too young to want to be vice president, and too old to vote also will attack, one may be ed first and told the South suffered the most. The Republican conven- Wear would make them smooth.
against medicare. sure, the nuclear plants now Vietnamese and the other allies tion has said Goldwater. The Now the Saskatchewan Arts
at work in China. Much de- in the Southeast Asia Pact Thus, in a free world thatis Democratic convention will Board wants one for a Canadian

This is the year when we get a choice not an echo. We can choose whether pends, then, on what Peking about it later.It policed mainly by the arm- say Johnson. And the people memorial exhibit

t\keep the White House dark for *another four years, or install gas lights. plans. .s is only in the contem- ed forces of the U. s.,,; the will decide. ;x
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4 Gainesville Sun Monday August 10, 1964atuezutIkuu



I COLORED I ,-f. MAULDIN II THE CONSERVATIVE


(& NEWSB. VIEWPOINT


F. CHILDS

Colored News EditorIN How It LooksAt


JOHN R. HARRISON, President and MEMORIAMIn rV -
ruWUhtr PAT COWLES, Vic Prtsi
Florida's Beautiful dent, Ed JOHNSON, Vice President loving memory of our the Brink
i and Executive Editor; W. C. (Ml) dear son, brother and father,
'University City' tUECERSOLE, Vice President and Ad- Reanza Brockington, who died \
vtrtuing Director; BOB TARTAGUONE,
one August 9. The
year ago
Vice President and Circulation Manager.THE .
Brockington Family.IN By DAVID LAWRENCE

SUN'S POLICY WASHINGTON President Johnson and the

Congress of the United States have given the worlda
1. Report the news fully and Irrpartially In the news columns. MEMORIAMFive
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. dramatic example of "brinkmanship" that reflectsthe
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. years ago the peaceful determination of the American people to use
hand of death closed the eyes military force, if necessary, to repel aggression.The .
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 and sealed the lips of Robert IIiM joint resolution authorizing the use of American -

Want Ads-376-4672 Pyles. We miss him much. naval, land and air forces in Southeast Asia to

Signed: Mrs. Ona Mae Pyles, prevent further aggressive acts is exactly in line

wife, Mrs. Dorothy Mae Pyles, with the policies advocated by the late John Foster

daughter. Dulles, Secretary of State in the Eisenhower ad-

Phony.Tests of DrugsTwo ministration.YET .


PERSONALSRev. THE WORD "brinkmanship" has been associated -
doctors have been indictedfor hoped that those claims were true. with criticism of Mr. Dulles and has repeat-

making phony tests of drugs, and Mrs. Richard Har- edly been taken out of context to imply that those

one awaits sentence and 19 are on a No profession is without errant rison left Friday for Philadel- who support the Dulles idea are "triggerhappy"people
Pa. where will visit
phia, they '
bent starting
a war.
suspect list of the U. S. Food and members. It is not unusual for with relatives and friends. upon
per- In January, 1956, in an article published in "Life"magazine
Drug Administration, the Chicago sons employed to give answers to Their stay will be two weeks. Mr. Dulles was quoted as having said:

Daily News reports. This situation, give the ones the employer would J4.p. "You have to take chances for peace, just as you

which is under investigation by a like to hear. This would seem to lie must take chances in war. Some say that we were

Senate government operations subcommittee a case, however, in which the drug Mrs. Mable Dixon recently e ::::i.r. :;J" brought to the verge of war. Of course we were
brought to the of war. The ability to get to
raises serious questions industry could not afford the luxury returned from New York City verge
into the is the
the without getting
war neces-
where she visited her Mr. verge
son,
about "test-for-pay" practices in the
of doctored reports. Its reputationand James D. Cheesborough, a for- BACKLASH sary art. If you cannot master it, you inevitably get
drug industry. those of its individual companies mer resident of Gainesville. into war. If you try to run away from it, if you are

depend on detecting and eliminating While there she visited a num- scared to go to the brink, you are lost. We've had toe

Beginning in October drug companies harmful drugs. ber of old friends and saw theWorld's look it square in the face-
on the question of enlargingthe
will be required to the Fair.ANNOUNCEMENT.
prove Korean War, on the question -
safety and value of all drugs intro- The fee is the main danger in the ON THE RIGHT= II of getting into the Indo-

duced since 1938, a requirement of testing system. That it is not always china war, on the question of
Formosa. We walked to the
the Kefauver-Harris Act. The
pro- necessary is shown in statements by
tection given by this act will depend The Starlight Social Club will I brink and we looked it in the
doctors to the subcommittee that "
hold its next meeting at the Russia And The U.N. i face. We took stronge action.
Upon the reliability of the qualifyingtests they have done testing without get- home of Mrs. Pauline Bowles, < F q i

and the ability of FDA's small ting, wanting or being willing to accept tomorrow at 8 p. m. The birth- 'i NATURALLY TilE above

staff to spot false tests. fees. If some tests are so arduous day of Mrs. Dolliree Bowens quotation attracted worldwide

that doctors will only engagein will be celebrated at this time. By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. attention, and in a press conference -

One doctor who is in trouble received them for pay, the companies should Mrs. Rozena Webb, reporter. I on Jan. 17, 1956, Mr.
=- Dulles said that the state-
as high as $13,000 a year make it clear at the outset that theyare ment was not exactly a direct
from testing. Such fees could be- By William F. Buckley Jr. the vote away from Russia in adopt (always with the proper -
but he added-
paying for truth not pleasant BACK FROM HOSPITALMrs. quotation,
,
Last week U Thant confessed the General Assembly, Russia rhetorical mollifiers) a
come a powerful incentive. Test reports "I have said the substance
answers. that he had got nowherein would in turn retaliate by similar position. Just because
Rebecca Mitchell who
in which a large percentage of of that, I think, on a good
was a patient in the Medical Moscow trying to get the walking out. Soviet Russia is the principal many occasions: That I be-
the cases quoted were fictitious have Center has returned to her Russians to pay their share of Russia is not, said Khrushchev source of the world's concerns lieve that is not won hy
been found. The drug companies receiving The industry should test its testers home. She hereby extends sincere years for the United Nation's going to be bound by does not disqualify her from seeming to peace retreat when an

the tests claimed ignoranceof for ability and candor before it of- thanks to all for kindness ventures in the Congo, in the what the majority in the Gen- putting down a perfectly com- aggressor threatened; thatit
during her illness. Mrs. Verna Near East, and elsewhere. It eral Assembly decide to do pelling argument on the theo-
the methods used, and it is to be fers fees for testing.Voice was important to make
Peterson reporter. will be recalled that the Uni- its treasury is simply not at retical merits of a given case. clear the fact that we were

ted Nations spent several hundred the disposal of the honorable It is, after all, exactly the ar- going to stand firm even

------ -- million dollars in the gentlemen of the General As- gument that France has clungto though that might involvewar.

Congo for reasons no one can sembly. Either, as a Great for six years in refusing to That is a sentiment

B-CC ENROLLMENT quite remember, least of all Power, Russia does, or she make her payments. And it is, which I have expressed a

: of the PeopleOn Harrison DeShields Jr., college Premier Moise Tshombe, and does not, have a veto powerin of course, the argument the good many times over a great
that the General Assembly to United States should
registrar at BethuneCookman the United Nations, and if cling to many years, and I think that
I College, announces that finance this action voted as- the General Assembly is going to arrest the tendency of the this particular statement attributed *
sessments on all members take work United Nations which is now
the college has enrolled over to over that to me, when read in
The Sun's Opinion with reference to ability to was clearly intended only for dominated by the neutralistand
== Page 300 new students from 12 states the light of its context, is a
and two foreign countries to attend pay, even though the Soviet the Security Council to do, ( largely barbarian) block, fair reflection of my views."
;Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters the college in September. Union and France had then let the General Assemblygo to make decisions involving, Mr. Dulles said he wished,
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should voted against the Congolese raise its own money, but and committing, the great po however to clear
not exceed 500 words and mutt be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The the enrollmentthe expedition. Russia (and the wers. up one
Despite large don't to Russia
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or come lookingfor point that we had been
intent. college has intensified its other Communist nations) has any of it. The United Nations was con- "brought" to the verge of war,
education program for higher been in default for years, and ceived as a body that could
U Thant returned to Wash- not by our own choice but
,
dow curtains dish towels and time and wha
: were she at
Aid'Welcome the of U Thant's
Foreign learning by the qualificationsof purpose trip not successfully be used
an
as
ington so disconsolate that only by "threats which were
all those kitchen home when her
appliances baby arrived
to dun Khrushchev for
was
its faculty and administrative instrument of without
Lyndon Johnson, to make him policy a uttered in relation to Korea,
which make cooking much would have her
so mother, the the UN and the
Here staff. Forty five percentof money consensus the in
feel good, broke precedent and among great relation to Indochina, and
easier. But these foreign aunts, sisters and usually, servants the faculty maintains the UN's Court, says he owes it. ordered a 21-gun salute, here- powers. The Security Council, in relation to Formosa."
wives must all of these
forego to advise and assist her.
EDITOR, Sun: The peopleof earned doctorate degree which tofore reserved for chiefs of by awarding a veto to five Senator Goldwater a few
did
until the
or they Here, even her husband is so KHRUSHCHEV
!Gainesville have a personal Loan Closet began to function. occupied with his studies that equals its educational program having refused state,. to greet him at the air- specified powers, explicitly weeks ago, in an interview
;opportunity to further in- with any institution in the state U Thant apparentlysaid port. recognized this limitation on published in a German news-
he is home to eat and
ternational understanding in away Many generous people have only of Florida. The college presi- to him, if you won't pay action by the whole body. It paper, was quoted as having

which has probably never already contributed some of sleep. dent and administration has a the whole 60 million dollars IT IS UNCANNY how our was Dean Acheson, who, in said:

occurred to them. The the things listed above, and We will probably never firm belief that it should con- you owe us, will you please 1951, shortsightedly thought to "MY IDEAS for a success-
Gainesville Council for Inter- the Loan Closet has loaned know the specific result of tinue its trend toward higher pay a little? even a few recent Presidents can manageto do an end run around the So- ful American foreign policy

national Friendship, formed them, in turn to students for anything we do with the Loan standards in education. million, to save the UN's do the symbolically malad- viet Union's incessant use of correspond generally to the

about four years ago by local their use while enrolled at the Closet, but we who are so in- Because of enrollment in- face? Khrushchev apparently roit thing. At just the moment the veto by arguing that un- policy of the Eisenhower gov-
When he terested in its activities are that he would nota when could have taken ad- der certain circumstances the
citizens to give home hospitality University. no longer crease in all institutions, Bet- replied pay we ernment and Secretary of
to the foreign studentsat needs them, the student returns convinced it serves to show hune was forced to admit a penny, not a ha'penny, nota vantage of Russia's bold of- authority to act fell to the State Dulles. You must always

the University of Florida, the items to the Closet, these influential students that larger number of students even farthing, that if the United fensive against UN imperial. General As s embly, where show yourself ready to throwin

has this year added another which then lends them to an- we Americans are concernedfor though the Admissions Committee Nations retaliated by taking ism quickly to move in and there is no veto. everything if you want to

facet to its program.Its other student. the welfare of all peoples.The raised its academic stand be respected and you are
By far the Closet's greatest Gainesville Council received ards. fighting for "
Foreign Student Loan peace.
Closet is designed to help mar- activity is with the foreign a letter from a United THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST He was then asked: "So, a
ried foreign students set up mothers and their babies. We States government official last This year's class of fresh- policy of 'up to the brink of
fall telling of a very signifi- men will be one of the most '
housekeeping when they find have a great need for baby war, as Secretary of State
cant conference held in South
themselves faced with the tremendous cribs and mattresses, highchairs academically talented classesin Dulles long held to be correct -
financial burden of strollers, playpens, America, and attended by many years due to careful ?" His reply was:
high ranking officials of most selection in students.A Awesome Power
buying the essential kitchen- training seats, sterilizers, of Latin America. The "Yes; the only person whois
ware and linens not offeredin bottle warmers, carseats, repre- great number of studentsat respected is the one who
"furnished" baby clothes and linens. sentative from one country clearly says-when necessary
apartments or the college are participatingin
with strong Communist lean-
the more distressing situation Several kind Gainesville scholarships. National De- -that he is determined to go
which occurs at least twice at women have been willing to ings launched a tirade againstthe fense Loans and Grant-in-Aids 3?rUt tnrk !imrs plation of specific cases suchas President of the U. S. acts not to extremes. That is a policy

the beginning of a trimester lend their baby furniture to United States, stating that to help finance their education. this that the voter in a only for the American people that your country and all

when there is nothing available the Closet with the clear understanding its people were disinterestedin Academic excellency plus need By JAMES RESTON U. S. election can think pre- but for a vast non-voting successful countries have followed -
the rest of the world. The WASHINGTON Sometimes cisely about where he wishesto constituency of allied and even throughout the
to a foreign student but that it will be returned are given top priority in select- past
Commissioner of Agricultureof flash flf place this awesome indi- neutral peoples who haveno thousand years."
an "unfurnished" house or to them immediately ing students for financial as- a lightning
apartment. should it be needed. There another country immediately sistance at Bethune Cookman across the world iliumina t e s vidual responsibility. The vote in the election of the The misuse of the word

should be other families who replied, stating that his College. and clarifies issues here at President is free to'be as prudent man whose decisions may determine "brinkmanship" arises from
Many couples arrive with have stored away baby furniture own experience while a student home. Viet Nam has done this or capricious, as clumsyor their lives. the mistaken theory that the
what they think Is enough at the University of Flor- For Future Information Con- for the election. For the adroit as his nature in- American government would

money to last for a year, which case"they and are which keeping ida proved without questionthat tact A. Paul Crawford, Director events of the last few days clines. THE DEBATE in the Con- deliberately create a crisis In
in
"just they
only to find it swept
away the American people of Public Relations. order to
have dramatized in the resolu- rattle a sword
would like for a little foreign specific gress on proposed or
when forced to buy the bar-
interested in international
est essentials of household guest in our city to use. were vitally This terms the kind of military and PRESIDENT KENNEDYeven tion for the defense of South- threaten another country.
goodwill. man diplomatic power that will be demonstrated that the east Asia demonstrates just
items. One has only to add Let me urge anyone read- had welcomedin
been
warmly available to the man elected wildest exertmes of action can how much the powers of the THE TRUE meaning of
a few of what we consider ing this letter to look over
up: someone's home while a CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSChurch to the presidency of the sometimes be embodied in the presidency have grown in the "brinkmanship" is a policy of
necessities bed house and mentally
your student and as a result, a very United States next November. same man. The fiasco at the last generation and also how readiness a willingness to
table and chairs pots, pans, putting yourself in the situa- American of God in Christ Sun-j
important Latin if
fight
When the Communist gunboats Bay of Pigs was probably the the powers of the Congress necessary and to indi-
china, glassware sheets, towels tion in which these students led side day School 10
Conference to a. m. Morning
was attacked the U. S. destroyers most inept exercise of Amer- have declined in the field of cate clearly to the other side
blankets pillows to find themselves see what you with 11 Y.P.W.W.
the United States. Worship a. m. 7 off North Viet Namin ican diplomatic and military foreign affairs. that aggression will be re
realize what a strain this puts can donate in sturdy useable Anyone having something to p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. the Gulf of Tonkin the power since the Spanish- Once the President had or- pelled.It
oaa financial budget when it condition. Most of these wives lend or donate to the Closet Baptism after the evening serv- is
President was free to retali- American War but his handling dered the bombardment of interesting to recall
must all be purchased in a speak little English but are please call me before noon at ice. Pool can be seen from mir ate in almost any way he lik- of the missile crisis in the North Vietnamese coast that when President Eisen-

day or two. Then if a stove so eager to learn our ways 2-3321 and after noon and ror. ed. He talked it over with his Cuba was one of the most and called publicly for a con- hower and both parties in
and refrigerator must be added and get to know us. And you
weekends at 29684. aides and with the congress- brilliant examples of balanced gressional resolution authoriz- Congress united on a resolu-
it becomes overwhelming.Of mothers see what you can PATRICIA P. SAMUEL ional leaders but he was not power and diplomacy of ing him to use any military tion to authorize the use of
course we Americansfeel spare to make life with babya (MRS. JOHN A.) legally bound to do so. the century. power he liked in defense of military forces to protect For-

we must have chest of happier and easier one fora Chairman Foreign Student SUMMER INSTITUTIONS Much more than the se- that area (at the request of mosa, the Red Chinese took

drawers sofa easy chair, young girl, who in many Loan Closet, Gainesville A summer institutional pro- AS COMMANDER an ally), the Congress could note of the action and discontinued -
of the of
from her curity people the
lamp, rugs table cloths bed- cases is away large Council International their .
for tgram designed primarily to improve CHIEF, the options were his. U. S. is involved in how not deny his request without aggression.It
spreads, shower curtains, win- family for the very first Friendship faculty ability to teach He eould have left the retalia- American president acts in an a seeming to weaken and repu- is hoped that there will

more effective deprived groupswas tion to the South Vietnamese. military Had the diate the President in the similarly be a cessation now
emergency.
attended than He could have hit only of acts of aggression and military
by more 20 one or President not reacted at all emergency.Here
= POTOMAC FEVER faculty members of Beth u n e- two gunboat bases,. or he to the attack on the destroyers is probably the cen- threats in southeast Asia.

Cookmaa College. The summer could have bombed the Com- or if he had hit Haiphongor tral issue of the election cam-

1 By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau institution was a first step in munist bases in the port of Hanoi the chances are that paign, clearly laid out before .
an attempt to improve the levelof Haiphong, or even attackedthe he would either have the people in the sudden and
::Moscow stands up for Hanoi in its war with the U.S. Navy. Those commies higher education in Negro North Vietnamese capital aged the North Vietnamese encour-to unexpected lightning strokesof Need to Scratch

gay have their differences, but they get together when the ships are down. colleges. Area in which the in- of Hanoi. invade South Viet Nam in the last few days. Who is

itial training program extendedwere As it was, he rejected the force or provoked an aerial to make these decisions for REGINA, Sask. (AP) -
North Viet Nam claims the U. S. started it. Those defenseless torpedoeswere history, English, biology, two extremes of bombing Hai- attack on the South Vietnamese the nation and the allies? Who Wanted: a buffalo scratcher. In

on a peaceful mission when the imperialist destroyers tried to get in mathematics and physics. phong and delegating the capital of Saigon. And in has the capacity to find that the old days the great herds of

front of them and make them explode. counterattack to the South either case, of course it would critical balance between the buffalo roaming North America
This also will enable and restraint of would pick particular stones or
program Vietnamese, but it was his have been the South Vietnamese use unimagi-
The administration is delighted to have Pierre Salinger in the Senate. He's faculty members who will decision to make and he act- people who would have nable military power? boulders as back scratchers.

just the right age-too young to want to be vice president, and too old to vote teach freshman classes in these ed first and told the South suffered the most. The Republican conven- Wear would make them smooth.
against medicare. areas during the year 1964-65 to Vietnamese and the other allies tion has said Goldwater. The Now the Saskatchewan Arts
improve this starting point withan in the Southeast Asia Pact Thus, in a free world thatis Democratic convention will Board wants one for a Canadian

This is-the..year-'. when-- ,. -we.. get. .a choice. not.. ... an.r'echo. We can" .choose". .whether experience program of high- about it later.1 C' r _policed mainly, by" the arm-'! .say'. Johnson.,. ." And the people memorial exhibit.s .

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E. Feiber-Gracy Nuptial Solemnized i I II I luomfn f flflD Calendar Of EventsTODAY



August 10 Center.
t Miss Mary Marguerite Gracy, a wedding trip to New Orleans .
Gainesville Junior Woman's Division of Art, GainesvilleWoman's
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lu- the bride wore a black
Club, Parade of Homes. Club, 10 ajn., Mrs.
ther Cecil Gracy became the and white checked linen suit
NW 28th Avenue, off 34th Nathan L. Smith 631 NW 34th
.. bride of James George FeiberJr. with matching accessories. A THE
Street Drive.
., son of Mrs. James George gardenia from her wedding funny f Y YRuth
THURSDAY
Feiber and the late Mr. Feiber, bouquet formed her corsage. Gainesville Bridge Club, August 13
Junior ian's
Saturday afternoon in St. Aug- Out of town includedMr. 7:30 pjn., Recreation Cen- Gainesville Wom t
J. guests Club Parade of Homes,
Thomas ter.
R.
ustine Rev.
Chapel.
and Hood and
Mrs. W. W. Weimer-Women's Editor
Cross performed the ceremony. Richard Hood, Starke, Fla.; TUESDAY, August 11 Street.NW 28th Avenue off 34th ,

White bridal flowers, accented A William Wells Hood Jr. of Gainesville Junior Wom- !

with Marguerite daisies, Raleigh, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs.J. an's Club Parade of Homes FRIDAY, August 1* 1
Gainesville i
adorned the altar. r Shirley Gracy St. Peters- NW 28th Avenue off 34th Junior Woman'sClub
t
Martha ScholfieldWed Parade of Homes, NW
Dr. David Stryker, organist, burg; Mr. and Mrs. James A. Street. 28th Avenue off 34th Street. (

wr' provided the nuptial music. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Michael WEDNESDAY, August 11 Gainesville Bridge Club

Given in marriage by her Jamieson, Lt. Norton England, "TV Reception" for fresh- ,
9 ajn.. Holiday Inn.
father, the bride was attendedby nv a ; zs Mrs. E. M. Feiber Mrs. T. F. men entering the Universityof SATURDAY, August 15 I'

Miss Anna Cordelia Adkins, 4 McGuire, Mrs. R. E. Hyer in ClevelandMr. Florida in September and University Medical Guild _

maid of honor; Mrs. Wilson and Miss Nancy Hyer all of their parents 8 p.m. Alachua Swim and
party picnic
supper
Warren Hendricks III sister of Jacksonville.Also County Alumni Club hosts I
and Mrs. Frederick late Mr. and Mrs. James 6:30 pm., Gainesville
the bride matron of honor; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.: John at UF Faculty Club West i
Griffin SchoU i e I d Sr. announce Frederick! Scholfield of Long- Golf and Country Club.
3ohn Kincaid Feiber sister- Robertson, Orlando Mr. and Newberry Road.Gainesville !
Gainesville Junior Worn-
the marriage of their wood Fla.
in-law of the bridegroom, brides- Mrs. J. C. McCraw Jr., Mr. Junior Woman's I
an's Parade of Homes
Miss Martha Catherine Club ,
and Miss Elizabeth and Mrs. Archie N. Martin daughter, She is a graduate of Gaines-
matron Club, Parade of Homes
NW 28th off h
Avenue 34 t
Scholfield of Cleveland
McMullen, Chatham, Mass., e Mr. and Mrs. Donald McClane, ville High School and received NW 28th Avenue off 34th Street.By I
Miss Suzannah Elizabeth Garciaof 15 all of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Ohio to Friedrich U. Hoernerof her bachelor of music Street.

Tampa and Miss Nancy I Lonnie Edwards, Irvine Fla.; Rottenmann, Austria i degree in voice at Oberlin

Louise Ferrazzi of Mobile, as' Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Garcia, which took place in Cleveland Conservatory of Music, Ober- University City Bridge Hall

bridesmaids.The Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. ChesterE. August 1.Attendants. lin, Ohio. 107 Club NW, 7:30 15th p.m.Terrace., Weed I II

bridal attendants wore C Clem Jr., Miss Linda for the couple] Mr. Hoerner, who arrivedin Summer Bridge, Univer- eIJ Ih

floor-length gowns of white em- Janse and Miss Susan Enns, were Mrs. John Caughey, the the United States in late sity of Florida Women's Club I

broidered linen. The Empire all of Vero Beach; Mr. and former Miss Frances Blos-: June is the son of Mrs. OttoE. and Newcomers Group, 8 I n

waistlines were outlined in mea- ; i; Mrs. Emmett McGriff, Mel- som of Gainesville, and Mr. Bauer and the late F. U. p.m., Clubhouse, West New- 1 '- I

dow green velvet and their slip- rose. Caughey.The Hoerner of Salzburg. He re- berry Road.Gainesville. 1 I

pers were in the same shade of I Mr. and Mrs. Terrell David-j newlyweds met two ceived his degree in architec- Bridge Club

green. All wore small crowns of son, Clearwater; Mr. years ago in Salzburg Austria ture and civil engineeringfrom 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. : William\ C. "Bill" Smith

daisies in their hair and carri- Norton E. England, Metairie, where the bride attended the Hohere Technische Student recital for Summer i

ed spray bouquets of Marguerite .1 La.; Dr. and Mrs. Fred Mat the Mozarteum Conservatory Bundeslehranstalt in Salz- Voices classes of Dr. Vere I
.d Ww+i ---=-n J burg in June. He is
daisies. : hers, Winter Park; Mrs. J. C.! of Music. now as- Richards 8 p.m. Recreation I
I Mrs. James George Peiber Jr.
sociated SUMMER
It Heirloom Jewelry Worn McCraw Guntersville Ala., with the architectural TIME i
The bride is the granddaughter '
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bride a floor- David Cofrin Gen. and Mrs. Thomas Fuller, firm of Weinberg and
'rhe wore The bridegroom's mother Mrs. Walter E. late and
of the Mr.
length gown of silk faced peau wore a pale pink silk two Beisler Mrs. A. A. Murphree, Washington D. C.: Charl Mrs. Henry John Groverman Team in Cleveland.The TAR STAINS

soie fashinoned with A line dress with T. Edwards Fort Myers Lt. Hoerners are residingat
de piece matching ac Mrs. Virginia Steen Mrs. Clay- of Georgetown S. C., and the U
skirt and a full detachable cessories. Her corsage was of ton Tullis, Mrs. Williamson Martin J. O'Donnell Richmond 1313 West 112th Street in J Oh! II

chapel train. Her fingertip veil white orchids. Sinclair, Mrs. David Stryker, Va., Morris Porenza, Cleveland.Miscellaneous. i Where do you find tar? On

of illusion was held in place Reception At Gracy Home Mrs. J. M. Lang Mrs. Howard !Miami, and Miss Victoria ,
of seed pearls. Chubb Greenwich Conn. roofs and roads, on eaves, on
by a headpiece Immediately after the nuptials Bishop. ,
She carried a bouquet of gar- Rehearsal Dinner the plumbing, and on the beach.
a reception was given by
.. Also Mrs. J. Lance Lazon-
denias fastened in a spray of Mrs. Feiber Sr. and her son.
the bride's parents at their by, Mrs. Michael JamiesonMrs. Shower And in the hot, hot summertime -
Ivy. Her only jewelry was an home. Marguerite daisies, smi-- Thomas, were hosts for the rehearsal -
Richard Durbin Mrs. Van
the tar gets flibbery and soft
heirloom pearl necklace dinner honoring the GivenA
lax, white Fijii chrysanthemums -
Mrs. Lee Wiley
Carpenter,
gift of the bridegroom's mother. and snapdragons were bridal couple. The dinner which elegant and gummy and will stick to
Harrell Jr. Mrs. Chester E.
Best man for Mr. Feiber was was preceded by a cocktail party TODAY, August 10 miscellaneous bridal
used in decoration.
Clem Jr., Mrs. Riley Blitch, show-j anything.
his brother Thomas Murray took place at the Continental Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss er was given by Mrs. .
Music was provided by Dr. Mrs. William George McCrea,
Jo Norris and
Feiber. Room of the Holiday Inn Peggy Lyons Thursday evening to hon
John Kincaid :Feiber, brotherof Robert Carson violinist, and Mrs. Robert W. Patton, Miss Friday evening. their son, Randall S. Dampier: or Miss Ada Smith, whose mar-! detail When It sticks to your
Michael Dr. Delbert Sterrett pianist. Ann Winsor, Miss Victoria of Fla. 6 Mr.
the bridegroom; Waverly, p.m., riage to C. Gilmore
filled with Harley ,
A silver was
at the door epergne clothes you'd better not try to
Greeting guests Chubb Miss Ann Watson Miss
,
,
brother of Horace E.
twin and Mrs. Dampier
David Gracy, fruit centered the serving table planned for Sunday in Inver I
were Mr. and Mrs. William B. Peggy Adkins and Miss Robin Inn. daub it out yourself with SOme
the bride; Richard Evan Hyerof and of Waverly, Holiday ness.
and white tapers, greenery I jj
Watson Jr. and Dr. and Mrs. Graham.
Jacksonville, cousin of the two silver bowls filled with TUESDAY, August 11 solvent or other. Tor is so viscid tt
bridegroom, David Alan Westof Walter E. Murphree.The Keeping the bride's book were while summer flowers, were] Wedding of Miss Peggy Jo< An all-white color note was!
that solvent action
wedding cake was cut any
Kissimmee and William Borden Miss Kathleen Campbell Miss used in decoration of the dinner Norris daughter of Mr. and featured in the party appoint

Conner, Tuscaloosa Ala., and served by Mrs. Sam Ham Jennie Murphree, Miss Helen tables. Mrs. Elijah Tatum Norris ments. The serving table, laid $-199 will simply put it Into solution

both formerly of Gainesville, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Graham, Miss Nancy Hyer, Forty guests including the and Randall Scott Dampier of: with a white linen cloth, was and spread and spread it.
Thomas Fuller, Mrs. J. S. Mc- white
lighted
I by in
were ushers. cousin of the bridegroom, wedding and out i of Waverly Fla., son of Mr. and tapers crys-
Craw Jr. Miss Louise Kin- party
chose tal candelabra placed at either
The bride's mother a Mrs. William Dale Gracy entertained. Mrs. Horace Emmanuel: Dam-
caid Mrs. T. F. McGuire and town guests were side of the Makes cleaning it harder and
Maurice Renter original '
white silk and Mrs. Richard Brooks pier of Waverly, 7:30 p.m.,
Mrs. R. E. aunts of the
Hyer, punch bowl.
ribbon embroidered -
of imported Stephens. Antioch Baptist Church Route carnation-encircled'i harder.

in pale green and I bridegroom.Assisting in the courtesies Trip To New Orleans BPW Club Three, Gainesville. Reception Mrs. John ,
yellow, and white hat. Her cor- in the home of the
of orchids. were Mrs. S. J. Adkins, Mrs. When the newlyweds left form following James Allen poured punch. I There's a simple" answer.
sage was green bride's parents at LaCrosse. Punch
I! Miniature rice bags tied! dots Bundle it up and bring it In
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WEDNESDAY
August with tiny satin bows and
DelegatesReport Coffee complimenting Miss a! cast a to be cleaned as soon as you
DemosSchedule m wedding ring, were favors. In I bondsome-
Martha Jane Edwards, fiancee
) MI' the games, prizes were awarded -: notice it. We know lust howto
I of Douglas Davis of
to Mrs. Earl Sortor Mrs.
design-- clean it all out completely.
Valdosta Ga., 10:30 a.m. un-
Earl Rowan and Mrs. Leon
til noon Mrs. W. B. McMul Duncan.

len, Gainesville Golf and Whether It's tar or anything
Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Edward Business and Professional Country Club.Luncheon The hostess presented Miss
I I else you'll get more complete
ActivitiesATLANTIC Souder of the birth of a daughter, Margaret Elizabeth Sou- Women's Clubs in Florida received honoring Miss Smith with a gift of crystalin turn a pert pump
five citations of merit fiancee of John her chosen pattern. cleaning and a better job done
i
Nancy Pepper into an elegant
der, on July 23 at Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. Souderis I accessory.
the former Miss Chandler. during the National Conven- Carswell of Hazelwood N.C., Guests included the honoree Black upper leather witha every time on every thing
CITY N. J. Margaret tion of the organization held Mrs. Elmo Jackson and Mrs.J. Mrs. C. E. Davis Mrs. Earl i

"A Musical Salute to Presi- The baby, nicknamed "Meme", is the maternal grand- in Detroit during July. E. Puckett, GainesvilleGolf Rowan, Mrs. Sortor, Mrs. Rob heel.clever stacked cowboy when you

dent Johnson and Women- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Chandler and the Mrs. Lee Dollar and Mrs. and Country Club. ert Smith Mrs. Don Smallwood,I

Doers" will open women's acti- paternal grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. John Dalton Souderof Daniel Brennan representedthe THURSDAY, August 13 Mrs. James M. McPherson, I

vities at the Democratic Na- Ormond Beach. local club at the convention Lunch eon complimentingMiss Mrs. Glenn N. Downes, Mrs. L. -Central Charge-

tional Convention, Monday, Au- and m a d especial Nancy Pepper, bride- E. McCutchin Mrs. Allan O. ; CALL OR BRING THEM TO

gust 24, Mrs. Margaret Price, reports to the membership at elect of John Carswell Hazelwood Baer Jr., Mrs. Leon Duncan I BOB'SSHOE

vice chairman of the Democratic For the August business meeting N. C., Mrs. Carlos Mrs. Sims Mrs. Andrea Henley -

National Committee has an- Party held recently. Proctor and Mrs. Spurgeon Mrs. Rose Marie Poole I S 6S CLEANERSDelivery
Mrs. James A. Brooker Mrs.
nounced. After attending the conven- Cherry at the Proctor home STORE or Ceth end Carry
Allen and Miss Linda I
The event, which will featurea tion, Mrs. Dollar and Mrs. Archer Road.FRIDAY Stalvey MissHelen 21 W. University Ave. 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 172-4184
Miss Hazel Guthrie
miniature musical revue dedi- Brennan visited relatives in August 14 and I I
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cated to President Lyndon B. Small; Fry several Northern states and Luncheon feting Miss Nancy Witt.

Johnson will be held at the attended the World's Fair in Pepper, bride-elect of Jo h n

Grand Ballroom Kerry Hall of New York City. Carswell, Hazelwood, N. C., 1

the Shelburne Hotel from 3 to The citations included the Mrs. F. E. Clayton, Gaines- :

5:00: pjn. All women delegatesand National Award to the state ville Golf and Country Club. TIME IS MONEY.

alternates to the Conventionwill with the best leadership con- SATURDAY, August 15 00

be invited. ferences, a certificate for the Wedding of Miss Gretchen

They will join in saluting the establishment of the Statusof Mary Smith, daughter of Mr.

of distinguished women Women Commission a cer- and Mrs. Burton Dunham
type If You Have A Room ApartmentOr
whom Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson r r- tificate to District 12 for anew Smith of Havre de Grace ,

has catagorized as "doers" club, the Rivatown Club Md., and Charles Alfred Rich, i

those who participate activelyin of Jacksonville. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles House to Rent

the mainstream of American District Twelve which in- Elmore Rich of Gainesville REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS

cludes Gainesville received a -in Havre... de Grace.

life.Among the "women-doers" at- certificate for a traffic: semi- YOU MORE than the ad that will rentIt

tending the Convention who will nar held in connection with "

be given special recognition at the civic participation area of mmm '

the will be Congresswomen the club's work.
reception %:: (:;:;I

women in the Adminis- ; The Lake Worth BPW re- ;m BUYWHILE m1 Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
tration, women candidates for ceived a certificate for the i ,
-a :::::: GOOD :::
state-elected the World .. rented
Congress, women Program. s EVERY DAY until it is :
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Volunteer Group E } I IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:
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least four a J Iow

until November 3 for the 5
now election of President Johnson Parties and little girls seem 2. With the blunt scissors cut $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day ,

to together. the crusts from the bread slice. 1,CIC tr IIOwNSTONEAP
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and the entire Democratic ticket h.J Ed.-
II $60 pp- mo. . $2.00 per day
When It is a which she
party 3. Place slice on board and BLENDER DRESSING
Heading the list of Broadwayand herself it's dou- ..... ..
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prepare )
who roll with rolling pin until breadis & cup ((1 small) corasely s ... 0 $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day
Hollywood personalities ble fun. Peanut Butter Jelly .
onion
thin. chopped {m I Government t:1 1 ;
will perform in the miniature Rolls are easy to fix and fun :
1.3 cup each cider vinegarand ::: ::: $70 . $2.33
Chan- per mo. per day
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musicale combinationis
to eat-what flavor 4. Spread the peanut butter in dry vermouth :r:::I Graded : :

ning, currently starring in nearer and dearer to the a thin layer right to the edgeof & cup salad oil

"Hello Dolly." Jerry Herman, young set's heart than this the slice. Use smooth or crun- 1 L teaspoon each salt and dry } :: Standard CHOICE! Available GOOD ,s $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day

who wrote the lyrics for the Open a can of fruit juice or chy peanut butter either one mustard 1;>. ':.ij.,.
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how, "Hello Lyndon." how 5. Spread a layer of grape '1 4 teaspoon Worcesters hire ::::::: wa"t.t in feet ::; $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson is your little lady jelly on top of the peanut but- sauce ti'E::: you may come in and :::SI:

the Honorary Chairman of the can make these cute sandwiches. ter, not quite to the edge of the Turn all the ingredients Into ':> cut watch and! We will also S::>:y x' $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day'i

Salute. Let her use her own equip- bread. (If you put on too muchit the electric blender; blend ;::i own beef wrap if in your- b::y I

The Honorary Committee will ment, a small size rolling pin will squeeze out when you until smooth. Pour into a jar; ::": spected. Freezing at ::;:; I $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day'
consist of wives. of the membersof blunt scissors (well washed) anda roll the sandwich.) cover tightly and refrigerateat :.:::. no extra charge. ::::::
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ocratic leadership in Con- grape jelly are the three ingredients jelly roll. When you put it on Makes about 1V cups. BILL'SIEAT

needed. the plate put the open edge I CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR
gress.White down. It looks prettier that I
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Refreshments for the reception rections. NURSING HOME

will feature White House PEANUT BUTTER way.Make as many more sand' NOW OPEN I 1001 N.W. 4th St SUN RENTAL WANT ADS

Punch, the same recipe served JELLY ROLLS wiches as you think you and STARKE NURSING HOME. Phone 372-3514

by Mrs. Johnson at White House 1. Use one slice of white your guests can eat and INC

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CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN there were plenty among the green on his approach. He wentto Af1erLQsing: ; i* :9 0' "f't"1 .I

CHICAGO (AP) Chi Chi record 20,600 for a Western the cup coming back, but .the L. ., C, : .:''I: : ". )

Rodriquez the long-driving 120-( Open in Sunday's gallery won ; .,, .' : .
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rolled '
25 feet past. He ,-." .. ,"' 4 j
pound Puerto Rican has an answer with a closing 36-31-67 for a 72- \
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up bogey.
for everything.After hole total of 268. By DICK COUCH 'e-

winning top prize of $11- He finished two holes ahead [ recover from that even Associated Press Sports Writer I

000 in the Western Open, he of Arnold Palmer, defending 1 with an 18-foot birdie tap on the The New York Yankees and

cracked: champion. They had started the 72nd and finished with a 68 for : Baltimore Orioles wound up a I

"When I was a kid fertilizing last round in a dead heat for the 269. 1 key, four-game series Sunday at flti Monday,

sugar cane, I never thought I lead at 201.PaImer Sharing third place at 275 Yankee Stadium before the sea- Aug. 10. 1964PogtT I

would have this much in my was one-stroke behind son's biggest crowd 58102. It

whole life."Iremember. with three holes to go. On the were Jack Nicklaus and Don was the first of several August r. : J'TTa I II

when I first 70th he missed a 10-foot birdie Massengale. Ken Venturi was sets in which the Yankees usu- -- -------------s. I

started playing on the golf tour. putt, that would have squaredhim. next at 277. Grouped at 278 were ally chop down their American I good opportunity to increase wIisox at Comiskey Park for Indians' runs were unearned,

I went around in Pete Cooper's Stan Leonard Tony Lema Tom League pennant rivals. I their lead. the first time in eight tries. the result of four Minnesota er
,
The White Sox divided a dou- Norm Cash homered in each
Jim
car When we stopped for gas, I When Sunday's doubleheader I rors. Kaat pitched a four-

would pretend I was asleep in Over Green Veech, Jim Ferrier and Billy CHI CHI RODRIQUEZ had ended however, Baltimorewas i bleheader with the Red Sox, los game for the Tigers; Al Kaline hitter for the Twins in the night

the back seat When the check On the 71st he was over the Casper. Fires Final 67 running a high flag fever. ing the opener 6-3 and coppingthe and Bill Freehan connected in cap and Frank Kostro drove in

came' in a restaurant, I would while New York was running a second game 4-1. The Detroit the nightcap. Julio Navarro rescued all the runs with a single and

sneak- to the men's room. tired third in the league's Tigers ran their longest first game starter Joe two-run homer.
away
I stretch race. winning streak of the campaignto in the fifth
A Lot Are All Sparma permittedtwo
"Pete did a lot for me. He Eagles Shook Up The Orioles' 4-2 victory in the seven with a 4-2. 5-2 sweep of singles the rest of the way The Angels' Dean Chance,

changed my grip and it changed I finale kept them two games in Kansas City but Cleveland's victory and picked up his second victory. bidding for his eighth straight
string ended at five when victory blew a{ l.rlead in the
front of the Yankees the Chicago Terry Fox blanked the'-'AV .

my whole golf game. White Sox are second, 1 Ih Minnesota beat the Indians 3-1 over.tfie last: 2 M Innings! thesecomt'game ninth.'.Reliever.Bob, Leeyielded "_
"Also I have tremendous respect After uii'1i'i '
Trading Sessions games out and the Yanks after a.7-0 first: me.loss,,. : f.fee .epjacing f..t1,ree'/ot.. WWathingtonthe'
for Ed Dudley. He hired v + '/, .r l 1.1''b. .J" t'tL
assistant at Dorado needed a clutch pitching effort Five Runs winner Denny Ttc1uii"Blank : : ".lIt..we '::iJ i.4.i: ;" m1. toOL'
me as pro by Al Downing In their 2-1 first 1 Ib'ssl'Pinch: rurin/srfc'Claude/ l Os-
Beach (in Puerto Rico). He HERSHEY Pa. (AP) The !'Bob Brown of Nebraska Washington rallied for five Twins <
decision Balti- scored
an unusually game to avert a teen the winning run
gave me the down payment fora Philadelphia Eagles are all First Of agile man for runs in the ninth inning and Cleveland's Sonny*Siebert and "
a 275- series The Orioleswon '
more
home and my first car. He shook up. A series of deals by pounder, to handle an offensive 2-0 Friday sweep.night and 6-5 edged the Los Angeles Angels 6- two firemen shut Minnesota. from 'third' cn) :(avfly: out when

was a great man. Joe Kuharich, the new bead A Series tackle job, teaming with sopho- Saturday. 5 in the league's only single. in the opener and Dick Howserhit Bob Rodgers dropped Lou Clin-

Cooper is a veteran pro now coach, swept out such old familiar more Dave Graham. Ringo in "Satisfied" game. a three-run, homer. All seven ton's perfect throw to the late.
The Orioles beat the Yankeesat
in Sorrento, Fla. Dudley died faces as Sonny Jurgensenand .. tant Kuharich hopes, is a new the middle and Ed Elaine and __ _
"I'm satisfied with three out their defense
.1. own game power, -
last October. spirit. Pete Case at the guards round
Tommy McDonald and replaced of four from them time "
Chi Chi, a 28-year-old bachelor "We know we have an uphill out the front line. Kuharich alsois any opportunism throughout -.a-- :
them with Norm Snead, Manager Hank Bauer said after the series.
who once wanted to make a struggle," said the former Notre high on guard Lynn Hoyem, ,
career as a baseball pitcher, Earl Gros Red Mack and'a host Dame coach. "We are behind former Dallas Cowboy. the twin bill, "especially in their Gary Peters fired a six-hitter, a .

now :is head pro at Dorado of rookies. everybody else but we hope to Friendly Joe still is backingand backyard. boosting his record to 13-6, in
The Yankees another shot
get
from the last filling on his defensive front the White Sox' second game victory
Beach. His winnings improve on year's cellar
Things are in a state of flux in at the Orioles next weekend at
and Pete Ward drove in
Western Open boosted him from record of 2-10-2. We have a four among Riley Gunnels, John
the Eagles' training camp because Meyers ( Dallas Baltimore but, at present, the two runs with a single and sac-
ninth to sixth on the PGA earnIng young front line on offense with ex ), Floyd AL in rrj

list with $46,610. everybody is new. Thereis the exception of Jim Ringo and Peters (ex Detroit) and George defending their worst position champions at this are stageof rifice fly. -

Crowds a new owner, Jerry Wolman, Pete Retzlaff. Basically we will Tarasovic.The Solo Homer
Big the race since 1959, when the

Chi Chi, who constantly Jabbers new coaching staff, new systemand be a blend of the old and the linebacking crew probably White Sox-took the flag. The Ed Bressoud's solo homer and .- -.-

with his fans of whom I new personnel. Most impor-new. will include Ralph Heck, Yankees have four games with Dick Stuart's two-run shot
Dave Lloyd and Maxie '
Poor Defense Baughan. Chicago coming up while the backed Bill Monbouquette, 8-9,
Glenn Glass ( and
ex-Pittsburgh
) Orioles play host to Boston, with' in the opener as Boston beat the
Irv Cross at the and !
"We just couldn't go along corners !I *

Brass Starts with the defense they had last Nate Ramsey and Don Burroughs

year. The worst thing is to score at safety are the likely T&LPMi(

24 or 23 points and still get' deep backs but there will be I

beat. Your defense should be'changes all season. I

able to hold the other team to Sam Baker veteran acquired
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placekicking.NEXT Allen 2b 4000 Howser IS 4223 Sav'ne ph." 1 0 0 Marls rf 4010
fullback from Green Bay, plus Oliva rf 4020 Wagner If 3000 Powell ph-If 1000 Tresh cf 4010 Eddie Bressoud (L), Dick HowserGIRLS'
the speed and drive of Tim Klllebrew If 4010 Whitfield lb 3 0 1 0 John'n Ib-ss 4000 Howard e 2011
WASHINGTON Hall c 4000 Brown ph-2b 1012 B.Ro'son 3b I000LopeZ If 3000
Selecting Brown, the holdover halfback, Allison Ib 2000 Francona rf 3100 Bowens rf 101 Pepitone lb 3000
Battey c 2000 Romano C 4000 Rob'son If 301 0 Buyer 3b 3000
gives the Eagles a more power- Zim'man e 0 0 0 0 Davalillo ef 4 1 1 0 Brown c 2100 Downing p 3000

ful running game. Kuharich expects -, Kostro 3b 2010 3b 3000 Adair 2b 3010 SQUAD
Atlanta Is Pascual p 2000 Alebert p 3211 2000
JACK HAND involving travel. p
By games night
help from Ollie Matson, 1 Mincher ph 1000 Dicken ph 1000 Sle'rn ph-lb 1001
Free AgentA Goryl ph 1000 I Totals 31 I 4 1 Totals 30 2 4 2
CHICAGO (AP) The base his old San Francisco U. Pro- Totals 3055 0 Totals 34774
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ball ,brass will begin the long suggestion for a freeagentdraft tege who was acquired from AFL Minnesota ............--.. GOO 000 000-1 Baltimore New York ................ 000 GOO 002 000 001'2E 01t-I
similar to the one conducted Detroit. Seeking Cleveland ... .......... 010 4M MX-1 MAY BE BESTBy
of picking a commissioner None. LOB Baltimore 4 New
process by professional football Versallcs 2. Kostro. Pascual. DPI York 5.
Frick Norm Snead the I Cleveland 2. LOB Minnesota 9, Cleveland
to succeed Ford quarterbackwho 2B-Adalr, LInz. 38-E. Robinson.

when the clubowners meet to- is will be considered. However, it came from Washington in Team in 65 2B-SI.bert.6. Brown. HR-Howser (3). L, 7-9 .. 5 IP 1.5 H S R 2 ERBBSOMcNally 2 1Vineyard 4
the will defer
day and for their an- expected owners the deal for Jurgensen will have SB-Howser. ....... 12-31 0 0 0 2 BOB GREEN since World War II. The harvestof
Tuesday IP H R ER II SO
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nual meetings. any yearto split ends Ron Goodwin and Pascual, 1.. 11* 523 7 OJ. Downing W4 S 4 1 1 1 four Wilma's 100 and 200-
summer ATLANTA (AP) Atlanta is NEW YORK AP The
give, the current first Roland ......... 1-31 0 0 a 0 ( ) -
year T-2:05.
The executive'council.. Includ- Ray Page tight end Retzlaff hunting Grant .......... 2 0 0 0 0 2 meter triumphs a relay victoryand
professional football United States still to
rule another try. Clubs now are Siebert W, 3-4 ... a 1-3 4 0 0 2 7 trying a bronze in the shot in
ing Commissioner Frick, the I and flanker Red Mack, ex-Pitts and an Atlanta is tryingto McMahOl1 2-3 1 0 0 1 0Abernathy catch the leaders in women's -
forced to bonus group
keep high priced
..... 1 0 0 0 2 2 1960 was this country's best.
Steeler his tar- BALTIMORE NEW YORK
two,.league presidents and one kids on their rosters or risk losing burgh as prime get an American Football HBP-By Slebert (Kostro WP-Pascual abrhbi abrhbi track and field could be headedfor

owner from each hague, is due them for the $8,000 waiver gets. If Snead falters, King Hillis League franchise. But one official 2. T-2:43. ERob'son cf 4 0 1 0 Ltnz ss 4000 its best showing in many Trailing

to set up the procedure to be followed available. Jack Concannon, the AFL is Second Came Aparlcio n 3100 Rich'dson 2b 4020 in
the 1964
price. says strictly Minnesota CLEVELAND Siebern Ib 3llllresh cf 4020 years Olympic Though still trailing many European
in screening candidates.: rookie from Boston College, second-choice. abrhbl abrhbl Powell If 4222 Marls rf 3111 .Games. nations and Russia
Giles and Cronin said there rf ..4000 BRob'son 3b 4 .2 0 Pepitone Ib 4000 in
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must start from scratch becausehe 2o
Frick, 69, has notified the own- "We're still favoring the NFL Ohva rf ... .5010 Howser ss .4130 Bowens rf 4011 Blanchard If 4 1 1 1 the development of women athletes .
was nothing on their agendas the club after the All- ..4000Killebrew Lau c 4000 Howard c 4020 Much of the U.S. I
ers he will retire at the end of joined Hall cf .... .5 02 Wagner If success or
(National Football ) Brown cOO 0 the weekend U.S.
League 0
about shifting franchises. If 3 0 1 0 Alvis 3b 2001 Boyer 3b 4000 Olympic
his term, Sept. 20, 1965. any Star game. said Arthur L. Allison Ib ..3100 Whitfield lb 3000 Adair 2b 4000 Williams p 1000 failure depends on the performance women's track and field trials
Atlanta is supposed to be in line Montgomery, Battey c .. .3120 Brown 2b .2000 Roberts p 2000 Stafford p 1000 of slim Edith McGuire
There is little or no possibilitythat Rookie Great chairman of the authority build-. Kostro 3b ..4123 Held cf 3000 Klrkland ph l000Mantle ph 1000 would indicate this country is
for a franchise, reportedly Milwaukee Goryl 3b ...0000 Stance p .. 1000 Lopez ph 1000 of Tennessee State, a swift 20-
a new commissioner will i-e next Kuharich counts rookie ing a new 55,000-seat stadium."I Kindall ss .4000 Fr'nc'na ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 33474 Totals 33252 catching up.
named ct this time. Each year. on I think the sentiment is that Kaat p .... 4 0 2 B Romano ph 1 0 0 0Totals Baltimore ................013 000 0011-4 year-old who stands as heir apparent Miss McGuire, who won three
35.3 It 3 Totals M 1 4 1 New York ..................010 001 000-2 to Wilma Rudolph as
league piobably will set up I the National Football League is ,Minnesota ..,............ 000 102 000-3: gold medals in the recent meet
'Cleveland ............... 000 100 000.- E-B. Robinson. DP-New York 1. queen of the American sprinters. -
committees to discuss Me mai- against Russia is the She
best and we want Atlanta to LOB Baltimore' 4, New York 7. I key.

ter. with orders to report backto Have-Nots MayBecome have the best," he said Sunday. LOB-Mlnnesota E-None. DP-Mlnnesota*. Cleveland 2. Cleveland 2. 1. ..Powell JB-Powell(29)., Blanchard Bowens, (4)Howard., Marls HR(17)-. ran a wind-blown 11.3 in win.

the December meetings. Atlanta recently lost a bid to Howser 2B- lIv.Allison., Howser.S-Allen.HR.Kostro SF-Alvls.(3). SB. I SB-A.parlclo. Bowens IP H R ERBBSO The United States has won ning the 100 meters, just one-

land the Louis Cardinals. .., tenth of a second off the world
Prominantly St. IP H R ERBBSOKaat Roberts W, fS 4 2 204
W, 126 ...5'.3 10 3 3 2 5 Vineyard .......1 2-31 0 0 1 1 only 10 medals, six gold, one silver record. And she took the 200 in
Among those mentioned Since then Montgomery and Ma- McDowell .. .. ... 2-1 0 0 0 0 1 Haddi* ....... .11-31 0 0 0 0
HavesThe Ivan Allen have met with Ramos .. ........2 0 0 S I I wr % L, H.3 t 4 2 and three bronze, in wornen's -23.4, time good enough to win
prominently in specula yor Abernathy .....1 0 0 5 0 0 S ........4 I. 0 I 4
tion about the job are Joe Cronin NFL Commissioner Pete Ro- WP-Kaat. T217. A-1S.12 A. -Mikkelsen..>n .....T-2:27..2 2 0 0 .0 4 track In the four Olympics the 1960 Olympic event.
A58.1D2.First
president of the American zelle to discuss the possibility of First Came
By TED MEIER 49ers who had their : KANSAS CITY DETROIT
,
League; Sen. Kenneth Keating, securing another team either abrhbi abrhbiCausey
worst season in 1963, scored an transfer.Out ss 4100 Bruton cf 4011 Game Great
through expansion or taste
R-N.Y., and Judge Robert Can- Associated Press Sports Writer Charles 3b 3100 Lumpe 2b 3010 BOSTON CHICAGO new :
non of Milwaukee. The San Francisco 49ers the easy 26-7 victory over the Cleve- Of Town Jimenez If 3000 Kal tIe rf 3 1 1 0Colavlto abrhbi abrhbl
land Browns before 27,404 Sunday rf 4010 Brown If 4010 Jones 2b 5000 McCraw If 4000
Warren Giles president of the Los Angeles Rams and the Kan- Allen was out of town and unavailable Gentile Ib 4022 Cash Ib 2111 Bressoud ss 2 1 1 1 Buford 2b 4110
at San Francisco. Quarter- Edwards c 4 0 0 Freehan C 3011 Mefla cf 3010 Robinson rf 1220 tobacco
National League who was a art City Chiefs the have-not back John Brodie for comment on the Mathews cf 3010 McAuliffe SS 3 loa Horton If 4110 Ward 3b 4011 pipe
injured mostof for AFL fran- Green 2b 3010 Phillips 3b 4010 Stuart Ib 4122 Skowron Ib 4031
candidate when Frick teams of 1963, become the application an
leading may last season completed 15 of Peas p 1000 Sparma p 2111 Mantilla cf 4 0 0 0 Stephens cf 4 0 1 0
was elected in 1951, is 68 and too haves of 1964 in professional 25 chise by an organization knownas Alusik ph 1000 Navarro p 2000 Thomas Malzone' 3b rf 4110 4110 Hans.n" 4000 _
passes for 188 yards and one Bryan ph 1000 Martin c 3010
old to start a seven-year term. i football. touchdown. Atlanta Football, Inc. Totals 31 25 2 Totals 80404_ Nixon Mon c I 1 2 Buzhardt p 1 0 0 0 in filter
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After the executive council That appears to be one of the Charlie Leachman, an Atlanta Kansas City ........... .. 000 no 000.-2 Radatzp p 3 1000 112M0sl p bOo _
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Roman Gabriel, who is expected Detroit ................. 030 010 001'-. Totals 3'IS Totals ph 1000
meets the National and American first conclusions that could be .stockbroker who is president of I 34352e
to lead the Rams back to E-Pena. Mathews. DP-Kansas City 1. .. ............... PIPE T0EAC0 iS A FlitS CiCA&T1!
Leagues will convene sepa- drawn from the opening of the title contention in the NFL the group said he gave AFL Detroit 1. LOB-Kansas City 11,HR Detroit Cash 0.3B Chlcatl .................. 000 114000 201 200-4 000 1 !

rately this afternoon. They will exhibition season that drew 282-, Commissioner Joe Foss the $25- (17).-Bruton. Brown. Kaline. E-M'flas. Ward. DP-Boston J. LOB cigarette
sparked the Rams to a 17-6 Boston 5,
IP H R ER I' SO Chicago 4.
meet in a joint session Tuesday 441 fans to 10 games seven Sat- 000 in earnest money necessaryto 5 S 2B-Nlxon Skowron.
triumph over the Dallas Cow- Pena L. Ml .... 41-3 4 4 4 3a.-Monbouquet.
morning. urday night and three Sunday get the franchise application Santiago ....... 2.3 0 0 0 0 a HR-Bressoud (tl), Stuart (27).
boys before 57,450'at Los An- Stock ........... 2 2 0 a 1 a i" H Eft.. SO
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21-14 before 11,118 at Oakland. Dr.b"sky2 0 0 0 McLam p 3110 Malzone 3b .I005ROblnsonrf.302 0
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Williams ph 1 0 0 0 Hansen ss 4010 ,
Phlla'phla ............ 65 43 .603 an early lead and their strong -
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Baltimore 6' 43 .616 -Gentile. DP-Detroit 3. -
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San Fran 44 .7.577 Vt defense thwarted late Oakland Tampa Ups Williams ph 1 0 0 0 Peters 4110Totals Vacation
ChiCagO .............. *7 44.604 tW Cincinnati ............ 41 51 .545 4 a City 1. Detroit Colavito 7. Lumpe. HR 32161 Totals p 344113
New ............ Pittsburgh ........... 5* .50.541 6V* threat 2B-Chartes. Kaline -
York 65 43 .602 2 Causey (7), Cash nil)< Freshen (12) Bests ................. OM aot 001-1ChK
Loa Anodes ......... 59 Si JU W4 St. Louis ............. 51 S2.527 SMilwaukee The largest crowd an esti- FSLLead (12). Sa-llrown. SF-Brown. .9* ................ 001 010 20IEMaizon.
anywhere
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Detroit .............. M 57 .304 12' Los Angeles .......... 55 54 J05 10V 1 mated 65,000, turned out at New Dr. 'sky. U 3-12 5 1-3 0 4 4 2 1 (2), Smith. LOB-Boston f.
Minnesota ............ 54 S' .471 15V I Chicago ............... 52 57 .477 IT.* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS wyatt 12-31 1 1 10 Chicago ,.
Boston ................ 53 60 .." 16....1 Houston ............. 41 66 .421 20 Orleans where the St. Louis Stock .. 1 1McLaln. S 2 0 2 0 2 3 2 2B-Horton. Peters. McNertney. SF- under .
New York ............ :3475.30123 the Green W. 24 o -1' Ward.
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.Cleveland: ............ 53 60 .44* 14 upset Bay Tampa increased its Florida Fox 22-3' 0 0 0 2 IP H It ERBBSO _

Washington ............ 44 72 .37t 27 Yesterdays Results Packers 20-7. Star back Paul State advantage to three T-2:10 A.-44,3ft. WllsonLll-.S 11 4 3 1 2
Philadelphia League
4. New York 0 PetersW.134..S < 1 1 I 4
Kansas City .......... 42 70 .37 27 Pittsburgh 2. Chicago 0 Hornung back in action after ayear's over the weekend and WASHINGTON LOS ANGELES 1-2:24. A22.231.Wins the sun _
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Yesterday's Results Milwaukee 6. Los Angeles 2 ab r fc bi abrhW _
New York 2.2.. Baltimore 14Clevelend San Francisco 7. Cincinnati 5 suspension for-betting on hopes to hold first place for the Vaientlnerf3e22Pieflsilif lass
St. Louis I. Houston 2 carried the ball only Blasam.2b40000refl ph-H 1100
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71. Minnesota 0.3
Today's Games four weeks left in the FSL sea- Hinton It 5010 Power 30 4555 I RegattaLOUISVILLE
Boston 6--1. Chicago :3-4 five times for Green He 4155Phiiiipsl.3b4l2OAdcoCk
Detroit 45. Kansas City 2-2 San Francisco Herber I., at St. Louis Bay. Lock cf SllOFreQCSiU Ib 3111Brumky Get an HFC Traveloan The relaxing, rewarding
Washington. Los Angeles 5 Gibson.4.. I p.m. gained a total of 29 yards, his son.The 4115
Today's Games Los Angeles Moeller 4-19 at Cincinnati Tarpons overcame FortLauderdale c 4l1lPerrYd 4112 Ky. (AP) vacation you need is yours for the taking with an HFC
0 0 Rodoers e
N. games scheduled. Only Purkey games 54.scheduled.Tomorrows':05 '.1ft.. best effort a 16-year run. 3-1 Sunday, sweep King Kennedy ph-rf 3b 3'1000 Clinton rf 3011 Jim Miller of Royal Oak, Mich., Travtloan.! Household will provide money to cover
The Minnesota Vikings 3000
Temarrsw's Games series. Brinkmnss3OSOKflOOP2b fought off a first lap challengeby
Games ing a two game The Zimmer ph lIlOchanCe P 3000 cost:transportation, lodging, clothing and equip.
Cleveland at Los Angeles. N Philadelphia at Chicago whipped the New York Giants every
Yankees took lead in Cottier pr-ss 5100 Marion Cooper Sunday and
one-run
Washington Kansas City. N New York at N a
Pittsburgh.
21-7 Kreutzer SaSS cash for meeting unexpected
before
31,581 at Minneapolisand p ment-even a reserve
Detroit at Minnesota. N San Francisco at St. Louis. N the first inning but Tampa came Rtdzik p 2120Stevers won the Calvert Trophy of the
Boston at Baltimore N Los Angeles at Cincinnati N the Detroit Lions nipped the ph '1000 expenses. Vacation without money worry and repay
annual Marine
Chicago at New York. 2. day-night Houston at Milwaukee N Redskins 28-27 be- back to score twice in the fourth Leppert ph1512 18th Derby Re-
Washington Ostesspr 0100 gatta on the Ohio River. conveniently when you return. Borrow confidently at
in the .
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INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW fore 18,781 at Charlotte.In once eighth.In Gun-ham lb 0 0 0 0
W L Pd. G... L Pet. G... other St. Peters- Totals 376155 Totals ? I 4 4WashtngtM HFC-Household Finance.

Syracuse .............. a* 47 .595 I Tampa ................ 24 14 .450 other games the Baltimore games, ................1 tM IOS-4
Jacksonville .......... 70 41 .583 [St. Perburg .......... 23 17 J7S 3. Colts whipped the Philadelphia burg and Daytona Beach split a Lea ....... ...............5 MM! 505.-S Runs Second Borrow to SOL Take to 24 months to repay
Buffalo ............... 64 4* .564 3"Rochester Orlando .............. 22 1* J37 4V4 up up
............ 5* 54 .522 tVt Miami ................ 21 21 .500 < Eagles, 28-17' before 18,500 at doubleheader with the Islanders E-Lock. Kennedy. Rodgers 2. DP-
,.roIlo ................ 4* 57 .513 *V* 'Lakeland ..'............ 17 17.soo 4 Pa. the San winning the first 6-1 and the Washington 3. Los Angeles. I. LOB-Wash FAIRHOPE Ala. AP-War- Ask .boat credit life iRMraocco*torn**t poap rates
....... .... .. Hershey, ; Diego ington 7. Los Angeles I.JS ,
Richmond 53 60 44 HVCelumftus > Ft. Law-dale! ....... 17 22 .434 IV* Valentine.
I ............ 46 70 .397 23 Sarasota ............ 17 23 .425 f Chargers downed the Denver Saints the second 5-2. Sarasota Power.-Ridzik, Rodgers. S .ner Willcox of Miami, representing -

Atlanta* *, .Yesterdays. .. .. .... Result 41 77 J47 2* Daytona B.Yes'erdiy-l. ........Games 15 25 J7S 11 Broncos 34-20 before 26,293 at whipped Orlando 6-2 and Lake- IP H 3 R 3 3 15150Kreutzef..1 1 1 the Florida Sailing As HOUSEHOLD FINANCE

Columbus 37. Toronto 21 Daytona Beach "2. St. Petersburg 1-5 San Diego; the Houston Oilers land shuJsut Miami 6-0. Ridzik .......... '.3' 2 2 3 sociation, finished second in
Buffalo 4-4. Richmond 3-2 Sarasota 6. Orlando 2 Stenhous ..._.2-35 S S SO
Atlanta "7. Rochester 3-0 Tampa 3. Fort Lauderdale 1 walloped the Boston Patriots 28- The Islander Saints doubleheader Danlets.W,6-S..2 0 0 5 S 1 Sunday's Mallory Cup Sailing

Syracuse 1. Jacksonville t Lakeland .. Miami 0Today's 7 before 20,087 at Newton, I resulted from a Satur- Kim* ...........1 a 0 5 S S Championships. The Gulf 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor
Todays Games Games Chance ........,I I" 4 1 SRiee.L.6S
Toronto at Atlanta Daytona Beach at St. Petersburg Mass., and the Buffalo Bills day night game that was suspended ..... ....3. 2 1 1 5 Yachting Association, headed by PHONE_: FRanklin_ 64524c _
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Buffalo Richmond at It Jacksonville Rochester Orlando Lakeland at at Sarasota Fort Lauderdale clouted the New York Jets 26-13 1 in the third inning be- Krevtzer* faced 4 men In 2nd. Chance G. Shelby Friedrkhs of New -- -

2ibus at Syracuse Tamp at Miami. before 5,827 at Tampa, Fla. j:cause of light failure. I faced T-227.1 men A4us In Sits Orleans, was first.
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By MIKE RATHET three runs, scored two and stole National League leading Philadelphia decki posted his 13th victory in the Phillies as Thomas, acquired before leaving in the ninth. Pag- seven hits while the Card>r nals ,

1 two bases. Phillies, who whipped St. Louis' 8-2 triumph over Friday from the Mets, hit a liaroni's homer tagged Bob lashed 15, including three each

Associated Press Sports Writer New York 6-0 behind Jim Bun- Houston. two-run homer in the fourth and Buhl, 12-9, with the loss. by Dick Groat and Tom McCar ,

Willie Mays personally lifted i Mays, bothered by a heavy ning's five-hit pitching and a Depite Mays' one-man show, rookie Alex Johnson, recalled ver. The Cardinals clinched it t

n a the San Francisco Giants to cold, was not scheduled to play two-run homer by former Met the Giants still needed some when Danny Cater was injured, Lemaster Breezes with three unearned runs !in the

two weekend victories, tripling! against the Mets at New York Frank Thomas.In brilliant relief work by Billy hit his first homer in the eighth Milwaukee's Lemaster, 12-7, fourth after by Walt
,, home the in last Wednesday. But with Manager breezed after the an error
only run Saturday's O'Dell, who, came on in the a two-run, pinchhit shot Braves
Cincinnati then: Al Dark under fire and other games, Jim Pagliaroni's Don Bond opened the gates.
1-0 victory over fourth and allowed only two jumped on Drysdale, 13-11
his threatened Mays askedto two-run homer gave Pitts- I That was more than enoughfor for four in the fourth
collecting four hits for the first job hits over the final 5 1-3 innings, runs in-

,l i time this season as the Giants be inserted in the lineup."I burgh a 2-0 victory over the Chi- striking out the last four men Bunning, who Drought his ning. The key hit was a two-run I I

whipped the Reds 7-5 Sunday.Not I cago Cubs, Denny Lemaster he faced. record to 12-4 with another double by Joe Torre, who later Earl C.
shouldn't be playing, he four-hitter Mil MayRepresenting
pitched as did
sl since when he strong effort. Bunning not scored on an error by Nate Ol-
k May was said, "but I've got to help that waukee defeated the Los An- Thomas Homers allow a hit until Joe Christopherbeat Lemaster ended
iver. Tommy
AY hitting above the .400 mark has man." 6-2 and Ray Sa- Things also broke right for
geles Dodgers
,, 'xw % out a bunt with two out in Davis' hitting streak at 20 The Equitable Lif. ,

:y"3s the $100,000-a-year outfielder. That the last he said on the fifth. He had retired 45 Mets games. Assurance Society
was
; ;qq ;y,,,w ;4 put on such an outstanding one- the subject. I Allen Wins Big Tourney I in succession until then, includ Sadecki checked the Colts on FR 23576KENTA

,.. man show as he did Sunday. He ing 21 in his June 21 perfect

WILLIE MAYS slammed his 32nd homer, a dou- Eight Hits MONTREAL (AP) Bill All Allen's 16-game total of 8,838 game.

J Big Show Since then in four of Orlando Fla. staved off a
ble and two singles, drove in games, en brought him $3,000 and made Pagliaroni's homer and the

he's hit three homers, driven in determined last-game effort by him the leading money winnerof combined four-hit pitching of I TV"TECH .;

six runs and collected eight hits Jack Biondolillo of Houston, i
this year's Professional Bowl Don Schwall and Al McBear. got i I
I National League Boxes in 17 atbats.Mays' Tex., and won the $24,000 Can a-I I II

latest efforts kept the dien Open Bowling Tournament I er's Association circuit. His the job done for the Pirates. 122 N.W.TELEVISION 16th Aye. fa

Giants 2Vi games behind the by four pins Sunday night. I winnings now total $24,728. Schwall allowed only three hits I E

NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO CINCINNATI
abrhbl abrhbiAttman abrhbi abrhbi 1
4010 Gonzalez ef 3000 Snider rt 2100 Rose 2b 3100)
Smith 3b 4010 Allen 36 3011 J.Alou ph-rt 2110 Queen rf ill
Kran'pool 1b 4 0 0 0 Wine 3b 0000 Mays ct 5241 Harper ph-lf 2010
Hunt 2b 3010 Calllson M/ 2 0 McCovey H S 1 3 2 Robinson If 3222 I
Elliot ef 4000 Cov'ton I If 3021 Cepeda Ib 4000 Johnson 1b 3000 -
Chfpher rt 3 0 1 0 Johnson ph 1111 Hart 3b 4110 Edwards c 4000 "t '
Can'zero c 3010 Herm'n If 0000 D'enport 3b 0000 Cardenas ss 11 1 1 ,
McMillan ss 3 0 0 0 Dalrympl. c 21 0 0 Haller e 3020 Boroa 36 4011 ..
Stallard p 2000 Thomas 1b 4122 Lanier 2b 4011 Tsltourls p 0000 r .
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Condor ph 1000 Taylor 2b 4110 Pagan ss 3000 Duren p 1001 0 i
Amaro ss 3010 Bolin p 2000 Coleman P0 0 0 0 i -,
Bunning p 2000 O'Dell p 1100 Pavlefh' P0 0 0 0 f
Totals II 0 J' Tatals 2t f II i Nuxhall pr 000 0 .
New York .. ... .. ... ... 000 000 --0 Perez ph 1000 .
Philadelphia ............. 100 :300 02xE Totals 15 712 < Totals II S 4 i i I
San Francisco ..u.. .... 400 lei 000-7
New-York Smith.5,DP-New Philadelphia York 42B 2. LOB Cincinnati: .. ..... .... ..... 200 200 01 t-a .
-Hunt. Covington, Allen. HR-John, McCovey. Cardenas DP-San Francisco \ I'
son (1), Thomas (4). SB-Bunning, Hunt. 1, Cincinnati 3. LOB-San Francisco .
SF-Allen. 7, Cincinnati 1
IP H R ER II SO 2B-Mays. McCovey 2. Lanier, Queen, r :
Stallard. 46.15.7 4 4 3 1 Bores HR-Mays (32) McCovey (16),
Hunter ...... .. '.3 2 2 2 0 0 Robinson (20) SB-Mays 2, Hart, Robin
Ribant ......... 23 0 0 0 0 0 son. SF-Robinson.
IP H R ER II SO
Bunning Stallard.W, 11-4 4 5 0 0. 0 aWP Bolin .. ...... 323 1/ 4 3 0
T-2:22. 1.11,621.LOS O'Dell, W, 4-5 .. S13 2 1 1 0 4
Tsitourls, L, 7-t. 1.3 3 4 4 2 1
ANGELES MILWAUKEE Duren ,......... 323 5 1 1 2 3
abrhbi lUll bl McCool: .......3 3 2 1 1 3 -
Wilts 'ss 4000 Mathews 3b 5 0 1 0 Henry .. .......1 1 0 0 1 0
Trace ski 3b /0 21 Cline cf 4110
W.Davis Cf 4011 Aaron rf 3100 WP-Duren. T-2:50. A16,711HOUSTON -.
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Davis If 4000 Maye If 4111 ST. LOUIS
Howard rf 3000 Torre Ib 4122 abrhbi abrhbi
Fairly Ib 4000 Bailey c 1100 Spangler If 4880 Flood cf 512 2
M Oliver 2t> 4 1 1 0 MenKe IS 4121 Fox 2b 3022 Brock If 512 1
Camilli c 3000 Bolling 2b 4000 Gaines rf 4020 White Ib 411 0
Drysdale p 1 0 0 0 Lemaster p 10 1 1 Bond 1b 4010 Boyer 3b 401 2
Clll'm/ ph-3b 0100 Aspro'nte 3b /0 0 0 Croat ss S 1 11
Tatals II 2 4 2 Tatals 31 f I 3 4010 McCarver 31 31
Hardy cf c
Las Angeles' ... ... .. .. .. 001 000 -2 Llllls ss 4000 Shannon rf 5 1 1 0
Milwaukee ... .. ...... ". 000 400 Ota- Grote e 3210 Javier 2b 320 0 r
E-N. Oliver. LOB-Los Angeles $. Mil Bruce p 100 OSadeckl p 201 0 :- "
waukee 7. Larsen p 0000 '
JB-N. Oliver, Tracewskl: 2, Torre Raymond p 1 0 0 0
Tatals 31 11 S Totals M .14 T .
Menke.'I" H R ER II SO Heusten .............. 001 0)0 too-:! II
Drysdale. L. 11-11 7 f 4 3 3 f St. Louis Oil 310 llx-I
R. Miller ........ 23 2 2 2 1 0 E-Bond, Spangler. DP-Houston 1, St r
Perranoskl 110 0 0 0 0Lemuter. Louis 1. LOB-Houston 6. St. Louis 13-
W, 127 f 4 2 2 3 S I 2B-Groat 2, Grote SB-Brock, McCarver. -
WP-Drysdale 2, Lemaiter, R. Miller. Shannon. Sadeckl 2, SF-Fox.
T-J:15. A 23.415. I IP H R ER II SO
Bruce, L, 117 ... 3 6 2 2 1 2
I Larsen .. .. .. ... 1 3 3 0 0 0 of upsetting the sugar-cart ,
Raymond ...... 2 3 1 1 2 0 ;
Coombs .. S 2 2 2 4 1
Lt. Roberts Sadeckl, W, 17-0.0 7 2 2 2 J
WP-Sadeckl. T-2:24. A-1f,48S.
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Stewart 2b 4020 Bailey ts 4010
Cle'ns If.rf 4000 Mot cf.If 4010 ,,, I
Cowan cf 2000 Cle'nte rf 2010 ,
Club Shoot Will'ms ph-lf 2010 Lynch If 3000 1 .,,:.!
Santo 3b 4000 Virdon cf 0000 rbS
Banks Ib 4010 Stargell Ib 4000
Ga r'son rf 3 0 0 0 Freese 3b 4000 -3 < .
Lt. Courtnay Roberts of the Schaffer c 2000 Max'ski 2b 2110
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Gainesville Police Roz'ky ph-c 2000 Pagtiaroni c 3 1 1 2 :.ID''.ra.i s; ..a. :,:
Dept. con Rodgers ss 4000 Schwall p'' 3010

nected on 874 of 900 shots yes Buhl p 2000 '"
Gregory ph 1000 "
terday to capture the Master Totals 32 0 4 0 Tatals *! 2 f 2 -
Chicago ... ...... ..... 000 000 ooo-l Si.- *, t _
Class in an invitational pistol Pittsburgh ... .. .. ..... 000 toe Mx-1 ? .. .. : f R! .TI ..
DP Chicago ?is i '
match. Mazeroskt Mota Bailey. \ y
1. LOB-Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 7. .. ...-' ; .t .
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the llaronl (1)). SB-Mota. .
Gainesville Pistol Club and IP H R ER II SO

held at the Police Pistol Range Bunt L, 12: .* ..... 7 32 2 3 1 ,
Elston .. ....... 13 1 0 0 10 .
at Boulware Springs. II Shantz ......... 13 0 0 0 01 .
McDaniel ...... 13 0 0 0 00 .- ...
Ron O'Dell
was second to Schwall W 42 .. 0 30 0 27McBean > .
Roberts in the Master division .. .. ... 1 1 0 01 .. I
Schwall faced 1 man In tth. .
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with a score of 790 of 900. T-2:24. A-11.305. p 9 .

E. L. Pierce fired 826 of 900 I
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to pace the Expert Class. Series Opens f

The next shoot is scheduledat HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP-) a 1 4

Boulware Springs Sept. 12, The Dixie Boys Baseball World ... '
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with registration starting at 1 Series opens here tonight with .

pm. The matches are open to seven state champions. Myrtle "..,

the public. Grove, Fla., is defending cham- .
The results: .
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MASTER CLASS
1st Place Lt. Courtnay Roberts Notice Creditors Florida StatutesIn ,. -' t.,
174 x tOO with 32 x the Court of the County Judge Ala '"t; F ,
2nd Place Ron O'Dell chug County Florida In PntNfIn .. ..f; :, j
790 x fOO with 10 x re: Estate of a ; 6 f
Ralph J. Hayes :-
EXPERT CLASS '. .
lit. Place: -EL. Pierce Ta Deceased.All Creditors and Persons .Having' 'It
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126x900 With 14 x Said Estate
Claims Demands Against
or .
Place C C. Prue : !, a\ "':'
101x900 with 10 x You and each of you are hereby notIfIed 1
3rd Place Ray Cramer and required to present any .
74x400 with 4 xSHARPSHOOTER cI.lms.lnd demands which you or either .. r ,a.A
CLASS of you, may have against the estate : .
S. S. Crane 73$ x 900 with 2 X of Ralph J. Hayes deceased, late of .
M. J. Powell 700x900 with 4 x said County, to the County Judge ol ,
MARKSMAN CLASS Alachua' County, Florida, at his office
In house of said County at
1st Place the court
Andy
Raezynskl
Gainesville. Florida within six calendar: .
100 x 900 with 4 .
x months from the time of the first publication ..I ..
2nd. Place
Don Martin : of this notice. Each claim or demand
TtS x too with 4 x shall be In writing, and shall state y. t"' i : :.
TYRO CLASS the place of residence and post office ... .. 1 ,.
1st Place Ted Grose address of the claimant, and shall be ,
)09x100 with 4 x2nd. sworn to by the claimant, his agent, : .
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Place Jack Kalway his attorney, and any such claim or demand '
564x900 with 2 x not so filed shall t* void. s!
3rd Place John Kiker, Jr. CHARLES B. OUTEN .
17/xf00wiM 0 x PAT B. KEETER 4 "
As executors et the Last Will '
4th. Place John Klker. Ill .
11/x/00 with 0.x and Testament of
Names marked with star Indicate Ralph J. Hayes, deceased ,
shooter has moved up one class higher BATES & JONES .
In competition. Attorneys at Law ; .
11 West University Avenue 4 i
Gainesville Florida ,0 ._
First publication July 20. 1964. '. : i

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DEAR ABBY RATS! 1TNEWR SOMEONE LEFT THE U6KT
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When-And If reply, write to Abby Box 3365.

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t DEAR ABBY: I am a 17-year-old girl. I had two dates I worked a day in her life. Her father supports her. I think, under L:--'Jt= :. : :.> 7 -JNUW,wrjMrva HER>r THANKS. NO IAHTIS '!HUT IS VODOIN' AH 15.58!
with an 18-year-old boy I've had a secret crush on for a long the circumstances, we should have some say about the ( MAHEMERSENCY !' GCTTALI. MAH t, LEAVIM
time. He was an hour late both times, but I didn't say any- company she keeps, don't you? Some of the characters she AHPACKEDMAH ->c- SOCK 0 -- Tl1NGSL' ,, DEAR? Y0;DEAR.!
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thing. Then he took me to a big party and wandered away. goes with would make you ill. She is our only child and we f TOOTHBRUSH A> MAFIBASEB.ALLSIGNED

NQbofly even knew who .I was with. I had a horrible time. love her. What can we do? Ir ZEKE BYS < & ll /
Later he took me to the Senior Prom and I never had a bet- TROUBLED -' =
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ter time in my whole life. He said he had a great time too
and I know he did. That was the last time I saw him. I DEAR TROUBLED: Tell your daughter she Is old enough yra

heard that he is practically rushing another girl off her feet.I now to support herself, and that she must. She is still young 1.t41 .
want him to know that after all I took from him, be can't enough to acquire "special training" if she wants it. If she N_ L 8.10

treat..me this way and get away with it, and if he were to will accept professional guidance it would be worth the effort.It .!. e3a. I '
call-me up and BEG me for a date I would turn him down. will have to come from outside, however as she quit listen- t a

Bowcan; I let him know how I feel? ing to you years ago. o0r' 0I
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-- .. DEAR ABBY: I recently married a man who likes dogs, but :4

:PEAR WHO: When he calls you up and BEGS you for adateMell he can't stand cats. I have always had a cat. I love cats. At -
the mother is keeping two cats and when I '
him! present my my IT'S JEST VE OUGHT I WUZN'T l WUZDEALIN'
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DEAR ABBY: Our 22-year-old daughter has been married CATS in this house!" He says cats are for old maids and KNIFE CUT, KEERFUL
its
three times. The first marriage was a mistake because they lonely widows who have nobody to love them. I don't agree WHAT HAPPENT CALEB YORE f

were both too young. (The boy's mother had to sign for him.) with him on this but don't want to make an issue of it. What ..TO. YORE HAND? WHITTLIN'I

They called it quits after a year. At 19 she married a 29yearold can I do? This is my first marriage and his third.LOVES

Mamma's boy. That lasted two years. Her last husbandwas CATS 00 -2 f

an older man. She had known him only a month and,
after she married him, she found out that he hadn't even been DEAR LOVES: Leave your cats at your mother's and go
free to marry her. It was a mess! Now she is back home and to visit them when you get lonesome. Your husband sounds
has started to date. She has no special training and has never tough enough to live with WITHOUT an excuse.
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The civi' arrived we were distressed to teresting and the choice of des- 'age in the future he would I, sta.1w .

rights bill has been a landmark iiscover a four to one ratio serts was appalling. I had to have to improve the quality N
in American history. Unfortunately use all my influence to have the food. Of\\
between gin and vermouth. 1 f 0 I
although it provides them make me a baked Alas. "What did he say?"
should think it wouldn't be dif- .
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that there should be no ,ka. It was a disaster. "He thanked me for my I
discrimination in restaurantsand ficult to make a good martiniin "What did do?"
you and said that from
criticisms
based I fIRST/ YOU'KE LONELY BUT WHEN THE -\ AND SPEAICIN" oF DoODLY...
hotels on color no Birmingham. I "I told the manager that, If now on they would try harder. THEN VOU: MEET THE COLEY WALLAMNS 2, I
provision was put in the bill to wanted our people's patron- ." SOME DAYS YOU SHAKY BICP AND:; THE* COME ALONGSoM--> < I'M TIRED ASR ...71; ONLY REALLYA
guarantee the quality of the "What about the food? Ihe I 0 CANY LAY UPANICKEL OOOOiy RXENSHOOSESU THINS HITS THE TlLr DAY AT THE fAIR, ODD ONE IS THAT/
\ BUTTON.' BUT I HAVE A FULL MAN IN THE J2ESI -
food. "I'm quite a lamb fancier, so f S OI NOT 500K OF JJSTEN TAUIU.'lT...WONOta i
Edie Adams Wed o
to Again i o WHAT SALT rv5INO
I ordered 5 a
mistake. the roast lamb. I o
This was probably a My BREAD IS!

The other day we interviewed wife had the escalope de veau _
a Negro from Birmingham milanaise. We both ordered After Tragic, Hectic Time I "
Caesar salad. I know won't
Alabama who had been serv- you E"1S'cPJ' a
ed in one of the leading hotels believe this, but they left the By BOB THOMASAP and Mills will be married be- ;

there for the first time and he croutons out of the salad." Movie-Television Writer fore their families only, with a

told us he was disappointed."All "And what about the lamb?" HOLLYWOOD (AP) Next big reception following at the r e #

"A little Sunday Edie Adams will Beverly Hilton. The pair will I >
my life, he said, "I too well done for marry i ,
had been under the impressionthat my taste, and while I hate to Marty Mills of the music pub honeymoon in Hawaii. Mills 37. _

the food in this hotel was be critical, I found them too lishing family thus ending a and a bachelor, is a New Yorker I

great. Why else wouldn't they sparing with the garlic. My chapter of courage and determi who will now help conduct the L
business in Hollywood.How I YEAH AND HE
family NO SWEAT
biggest nation.
let us eat there? So as soon as disappointment though l>06G0tic R' YOU JUST BUT Z'M POESN'T SLEEP
the civil rights bill was passed'came when I asked to see the For a year and a half the talented did they meet? I BccTLE FILL V'sW USE HIS # / RESPONSIBLEHOW NEAT UKE ZDo
I said to my wife, 'Mother, let's wine card. I was informed they actress has followed a "The first time was back in ASLEEP ON BEfl r FOR
down to the hotel and have didn't have a wine card and l M? MY BiED! i M'BED
go ,hard and lonely course in untangling -1953 at a party in Red Buttons'
a fine gourmet dinner.' the waiter offered us a red I the financial mess left after apartment in New York," she LOO"TO
burgundy which I knew I < + ro"JcJ!
"She was delighted because was her husband, comedian Ernie recalled. "I was dating Ernie at I 1 J
the never gets out much. too young, quite inferior, and I Kovacs was killed in an auto the time. I saw Marty off and 1 1h
would =
never show its promise.I a
crash. on through the years, but it was I 1
"Well, we went to the hotel expressed dissatisfaction and
Edie eschewed the help of Ernie's very casual. 1I
the waiter said it
and asked for the dining room.I wasn't his
thought it would be some- fault. Up until the civil rights many famous friends who "Then last January I was In I 1I /

thing special since they kept us bill was passed, the restaurant proposed a television special or New York having dinner with] lMit
served only white wine. series to benefit the comedian'swidow Janet and her husband
out of it so long but it turned Leigh .
and three daughters. Instead Bob Brandt. The next he j'
out to be an ordinary hotel dining "This day I
put a pall on the din- she undertook a non-stop
room with bad lighting, ner." called me for a date. I had to i
rickety chairs and very cheap schedule that included three break it because of work, and
"How movies, a series of television it's wonder he called
dessert a ever me
was ?
ashtrays. '
PIPNT THAT
I BUT YOU KNOW MISS THEN YOU SAY BUI IF 1 WASIOU
shows club and
night
summer again. KENO'THI515 PATTI LEEPS! \ T/A 6ORKYS LEEPS-I UNDERSTAND KNEW ABOUT ,I'P TALK WITH THIS GARY JAYE.' -
"They didn't give us much "The cheeses weren't very in- theater tours, and record al- "But he did, and our first I:1 3UP66 FMOER 3UST LEFT HERE]TO HEAR TWIT ITS HAPPENED BEFORE THE BEATING, ..EXPLAIN THAT fT ISNT HEALTHY! TO
trouble when we asked for a bums. VI HE SAM THAT 6AKY 3AYE WASlUSS/ LEEDS TO GUY5 WITH BG P1PNTX3U i? HAVE A 5)6) IAOOTHWHO KNOWS:
table, although the manager, date was Red Buttons' wedding 5 SADLY BEATEN BP BY MOi WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN TO HIM r r
out of curiosity, inquired who Going ModernNEW Her industry succeeded in extricating Later he took me to dinner- Two MEN Wt+ICW! WEXT TlMEWASHINGTON -? o
the estate from its bur- at restaurant and
recommended the restaurant toLLs a very fancy I
DELHI India den of debts and unpaid taxes. I remember how formal 3
I told him the 88th Congress AP) thinking ,
if the United States and he The neighboring hermit king- "But it nearly killed me," she he was.J found out later he was I
seemed satisfied. dom of Bhutan, where for a long admitted. "After it was all over thinking the same about me." .
time the only wheel that turned I realized if I had to do just She added that Marty got
"How" did you find the service -was the Buddhist prayer wheel, one thing more, I would have along beautifully with the three
? we asked him. is getting a jet air field. Acting collapsed. I didn't have the en-girls of her family from the ;

"Very indifferent. I was particularly Premier Lhendup Dorji said the ergy." start. There are two daughters Q I
disappointed by the field capable of handling big jet Edie is back at her Coldwater, of Kovacs' previous marriage 1r '"' Y S J _J

dry martinis. We like our martinis planes, will be ready by mid- Canyon home, struggling to get, 17 and 15%, and his and Edie's
very dry. When the drinks 1965. if ready for the wedding. She Mia, 5. rr



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I. Horse Show Here Big. Vinson LB J FriendOf Calls How Best Chose a V-P? :P



By J. W. DAVIS I the Republican convention at the whole say-so on the vice- Instance after instance couldbe
.: :
Success List WinnersThe South WASHINGTON (AP) The San Francisco, when the vice- presidential pick. In 1956 AdlaE. cited of the chancy," sometimes ]

; I American government, though a presidential choice was WilliamE. Stevenson, the Democratic' almost whimsical ways I

WASHINGTON (AP) The work of genius, still has points Miller. .presidential nominee, left the:' in which vice presidents have ,

Alachua County Pleasure _.._..-..._.,,_-..__ ._.__,_ ..._ ..... '-_.-_ I.big question in this year's presi- that are open to criticism.One And everybody knows how selection up to the convention. been chosen.
Horse Show rained out : dential race is whether the is the system for picking singlehandedly John F. Kenne- I But for the most part, the

with 89 entries Saturday night ; :: :South will "reward a political vice-presidential nominees.It dy picked Lyndon B. Johnson to presidential nominees more and Yet, eight men picked for vice

-wound up with 157 entries .; : I enemy and punish an old has come to be assumed run with him in 1960. more have called the vice-presi- president for one reason or another '

when it was held yesterday A friend," Rep. Carl Vinson, D- that if the presidential nomineeof A man running for a presidential dential shots.In sometimes by one man

afternoon. t : Ga., says. a party wants to decide the nomination has it tough. He 1952, Gen. Dwight D. alone have succeeded to the

) 11 .-t ..' :..'. In a statement released in choice of his running mate, he frequently has to go through Eisenhower gave his blessing to most powerful office in the land,

"The show was a real suc- ; Vinson said' can do it. great campaign agonies In a Richard M. Nixon for second not through merit but becausethe
ws Washington Sunday,
cess, and the kids were just > ".'.:.. I' president died.
) this would be the case if the The argument runs: A presi- drive for votes and spend a place on his Republican ticketHe
tickled to death, said Deputy Sen. Gold-' dent is responsible for his ad- lot of money. stuck with Nixon again in .

Sheriff John Tileston. The showis ,. rk South supports Barry President ministration, so it is only right But to become the vice presi- 1956. Soviet Calls
water and opposes
one of a series held by the that he pick his own team, certainly -dential nominee nowadays, a In 1932 John Nance Garner,
Johnson.He .
Alachua County Sheriff's his No. 2 man. man doesn't have to do anythingbut loser to Franklin D. Rooseveltfor Red Confab

Mounted Posse. said the question is whether But is it fair? Is it democraticfor look good to one other man the Democratic presidential

Most of the show's eventsare the South will be "blinded by one man to make the deci- the presidential nominee.It nomination, was handed the MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet

aimed at attracting young- its anger and frustration of the sion, which could be fateful for hasn't always been this vice-presidential nomination. Union has issued a call for a

sters and other amateur riders. moment regarding its civil the country? You can get an argument -way. The nation's founding fathers Later Garner criticized Roos- Dec. 15 conference to prepare

rights problems. here. set up a system wherebythe evelt's third term plans. Roosevelt for a meeting of the world Com-

Winner of a special rodeo Vinson said there have been No one doubts that President runner-up for president be- dropped him and picked munist movement next sum-

type event, calf roping, was years "that organized agitatorsand Johnson's voice will be the deciding -came the vice president. That Henry A. Wallace for his run- mer, Pravda the Soviet Com-

Sam Pattison, of Newberry, in do-gooder groups have been one when the Democrats system was junked with the ning mate. Then, in 1944 FDR munist party organ, announced 1

16.2 seconds. Second was John pushing the current civil rights round out their ticket at Atlantic growth of political parties. let Wallace go and in the end today. I

Gilland of Hawthorne. a'y crisis upon the South." City this month. And it hasn't always been the it was Harry S. Truman who The
preparatory meeting of 25
of Johnson and Goldwater have Similarly, it was Barry Gold- case even in recent years that was vice president when Roose- I
Winners and runners up Communist parties would proceed -
voting records over these years, water who did the deciding for the presidential nominee had velt died. \
the Horse Show events were; even if the Chinese Com
he said "and both are poised I
Lead Line: 1st, Susan Wil- munists carry out their threat to
in roles almost exactly
liams of Ocala; 2nd, Mary Ann 9 today boycott it, Pravda said.
official records.He .
opposite their ) FOLLOWING I
Cofrin of Gainesville; 3rd,, i'S 01
said Johnson followed the Pravda dismissed Chinese objections -
Gainesville
Stanton Tileston of ;
course of all other Southerners that a world party con- \
of Ocala.
4th Akers
Kelly "in attempting to stem the ference would be illegal without

Pony Class: 1st, Patty Ma- storm," while he said Goldwater The Campaign their participation.

haffey of Gainesville; 2nd, Clil- "followed the opposite

Gilland of Gainesville; 3rd, course" and "repeatedly identi- Peking has warned that a
of Lake San- for showdown meeting on the So-
Lucy Degenhardt fied himself with proponents
viet-Chinese dispute would result
"
ta Fe.
civil
rights.
in a final split of the move
Western Pleasure, 17 and under Contending that Goldwaterhas He Meant ment.

: 1st, Charlie Lewis of r reversed himself, he asked, Barry Says

Gainesville; 2nd, Linda Hubnerof "Can it be purely for political

Gainesville; 3rd, Sheryl expediency?"

Benton of Gainesville; 4th, WinnerAlthough Johnson, as a Southerner, Full 'Devotion to Liberty'NEW WEWILL

Skipper Akers of Ocala. "espoused the cause of the I BE

Walk and Trot Equitation: she has only been riding for several South," said Vinson, while i

1st, Sheryl Benton of Gaines- months, Debbie Boles, 12, of Gainesville, won two "Lyndon Johnson, as President, YORK (AP) Sen. tremism in the defense of liber- pies," he said, adding: "Theywere

ville; 2nd, Jeanne Tassinari of first places and one fourth place in competition yes- had no other choice but to re- Barry Goldwater, in a bid for ty is no vice. And let me remind examples of a quality ol CLOSEDAUGUST

Gainesville; 3rd, Joyce Kuy- terday at the Alachua County Pleasure Horse Show. flect the will" of a majority of party unity, says the "extrem- you also that moderation in the devotion to liberty and justice -

kendall of Gainesville; 4th, Debbie, shown here astride her horse, "Playboy's the nation. ism" he advocated in defense of pursuit of justice is no virtue." 'firmness in the right,' as Lin 1024thSee
is the of Mr. and Mrs. John M. "Agony of the moment may coin it for which
Mary Ann Barton of Gaines Shadow. daughter liberty could be paraphrased as Various prominent Republicans put no Re- You
ville. Boles of 801 NW 25th Ave. well cause Southerners to forget "whole-hearted devotion" to the' have urged the Arizona publican and, indeed, no American -. August 25th
the now more remote agonies of need apologize."It i
Pony Roadster: 1st, David English Amateur, threegaited -Sally Caldwell of Gainesville; recent but this lapse of cause of liberty. senator to elaborate on his use LOUIS SEAFARE

Raper of Orlando; 2nd, Susan : 1st, Debbie Boles of 3rd, Tara Degenhardt of Lake years will not change the The Republican presidential of the word "extremism." goes without saying that: 309 N.W. 13th-2-6311

Degenhardt of Lake Santa Fe; 'Gainesville; 2nd, Rossie Bolesof Santa Fe; 4th, Debbie Boles of facts.memory" candidate,the in his nomination July 16 speech said I In a letter to former Vice such devotion would not coun

3rd, Lucy Degenhardt of Lake I' Gainesville. Gainesville. accepting : President Richard M. Nixon, tenance illegal or improper NEw
that
Santa Fe; 4th, Tarta Degen- Western Stock Seat, 18 years seczx GALLOWAY CONTRACTORS LEGAL MON "I would remind you ex- which Nixon made public Sun- means to achieve our proper
NOTICE TO
hardt of Lake Santa Fe. 'and over: 1st, Jack Hufty of Reining: 1st, Dwight Sprad- OFFICE OF THE STATE ROAD day, Goldwater said: "If I were goals. In short, as stated in an-
ling of Micanopy; 2nd, Jean DEPARTMENT Sees GOP to other setting in our 1964 platform DRIVE-IN THEATRE
the
English Pleasure, 18 years ;Gainesville; 2nd, Lloyd Williams TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA paraphrase two sentencesin
Booth of Ft. Pierce 3rd Mor- 2100H..f6e,. Re d Rf.20
; AUGUST 4 1 64 question In the 'goals must ever disci FR65091
1st Judy Davis of of Ocala; 3rd, Morry MAINTENANCE context in
Gainesville.and over: Deen of Ocala; 4th, Rick Wil-I ry Deen of Ocala; 4th, Judy CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS AND Gains WithGoldvater which I uttered them I would do pline means'." NOW! 2 COLOR NITS \
Davis of Gainesville. Sealed bids will be received at the
liams of Gainesville. State Read Department Offices, Room it by saying that wholehearted OPEN 7:00 SEE BOTH
Palomino Pleasure: 1st, Jo- Holland Building. Tallahassee. Flor- SHOW AT DUSK LATE AS ':39
228 devotion
Barrel Race, 16 and until 10:30AM. to liberty is unassailable -
Balloon Race 1st Rick Williams years Qualified Contractors
Gainesville : Ida from
of
*
FIRST AREA RUN
*
lene Kuykendall under: 1st, Tim Kelly of (E. S. T,) on Tuedayday the 25th and that half-hearted devo- & TODAY
of Gainesville 2nd Jean followingwork
the
2nd, Sheryl Benton of ; of August 1764. for ... 'M.6-U Jlres.nla'
; Gainesville 2nd Scot tion to injustice is indefensible."
Gainesville; 3rd, Linda Hubnerof Booth of Ft. Pierce; 3rd Jerry ; Sipprellof : -NOTE- WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. II ,, A UWRENCf
Melrose 3rd, Skipper Akersof not be Issued later This was the concluding FEATURES 1-3-5-7-9 '.
Gussie Wadsworth of Gainesville; 4th! ; Proposal Forms will said para- WiNGARTENl
4th Thruston B. Morton todayhe
Gainesville i the
for
the time
; hour prior to .:
of "
Ocala 4th, McCollumof than one graph the 550-word letter PRODUCTION
Bud Hagan of Hague. ; Mary opening bids.COLUMBIA thinks Sen. Barry Goldwa- iI I FUNNY BEYOND COMPARE ,
Taylor of Gainesville. Gainesville. D A R Y written, Nixon said, in .t
STATENPROJECT responseto UnsinkaBle
Western Pleasure, 18 years FUNDS): JOB NO. ter's name at the head of the I .
English Equitation, 17 years 1620-1411 dedicated streets In Lake City a letter he sent to Goldwateron
and 1st Stew Akers of Barrel Race 16 and, sheet No.2. Republican ticket will bring "MARGARET
under 1st Debbie Boles of over: years as summarized on plan Aug. 4.Goldwater.
Gainesville and : 2nd, Sally Cald-' Ocala; 2nd, Dwight Spradlingof over: 1st, Bobby Joe Powell ol f, Work Type consists II Asph.of Cone light leveling shoulder and grading Surf.; substantial GOP gain in the RUTHERFORD IS
; said
that
well of Gainesville. Micanopy; 3rd, Jackie Bass Gainesville; 2nd, Jean Booth ol f Cse j and Incidental Items. Length 1.75J Senate and House. "misun- THE FUNNIEST qg(1EYNODS

of Gainesville; 4th, Jean Boothof Ft. Pierce; 3rd, Pee Wee Gil- miles.DIXIE COUNTY BOND FUNDS): Morton, Kentucky Republicanwho derstandings must not be per-I WOMAN t'

Western Stock Seat, 17 and Ft. Pierce. land of Gainesville. STATE S-3S1-A PROJECT, west of JOB Cross NO.City 30506-301 betweenSR heads his party's Senatorial mitted to stand in the way of the .
SR AUVEI' .
under: 1st, Charlie Lewis of 55 (US 1?) and SR 5351. Work consists Campaign Committee, said this unity of principle and purpose Alee- ,
Gainesville 2nd, Terri Chris- English Pleasure, 17 years Pony Barrel Race: 1st, Jim of (light grading; o" Limerock true in the that is essential to a Republican I DEBBIE HARVE 71
; Stabilized Base; Type 2 Surf. Treat.; might be particularly M9 M "
toffer of Keystone Heights; 3rd, and under: 1st Lucy Degen- Barkley of Gainesville; 2nd, cone box culverts.; and incidental items. South, the border states, the victory in November." : AGATHA : ( PRESNftj
hardt of Lake Santa Fe; 2nd Clif Gilland of Gainesville. Length 1.653 miles.HAMILTON Goldwater further CHRISTIE'S"Limier [
Gainesville PRIMARYFUNDS wrote
Sheryl Benton of ; -- COUNTY ( Midwest and the West. : b. &
4th Teri Williams of Ocala.Beginner's ): STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. Warren G. Magnuson of "One portion of that correct
White
I in the NewsNEW JJ01 0-8504, SR 25 (US 41) between Sen. 2ND COLOR HIT 9:30
People
Springs and Genoa. Work coNSistS of Washington, head of the Dem- context and a most important h
Equitation: 1st, light shoulder grading; Type III Asph. ELVIS PRESLEY
Cone. leveling I Asph. Cone: ocratic Senatorial Campaign one was the paragraph im-I at I.'Im'I :
Boles of Gainesville Incidental
Debbie ; YORK (AP-The Fash-I The physicians held a seriesof Surf.. Cse t a Items. Length Committee, said in a separate mediately preceding the two "FLAMING

2nd, Jim Barkley of Gainesville ion Foundation of America has conferences over the week- 5 l"vYleC O U N T Y (BOND FUNDS):, interview he believes that Gold- sentences in question."In I STAR"SUBURBIA
3rd, Sue Klett of Gainesville STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. 34511-3601
; managed to get both President end and met again today. SR S-331 approx. 5 miles southwest of water's statements about "ex- it I urged that we resist I .
4th, Windy Hicks of Johnson and his opponent in the Chiefland between SR 345 and SR S-334; -
: issues becoming of
and other captives 'unthink-
Kennedy, Democratic senator and JOB NO. 34511-3601 SR S-334 tremism" on "- -
Gainesville.V"
November election, Sen. Barry from Massachusetts approx. 6 miles southwest ef ChiefUmrt will bring a record number of ing labels' -most of all those i
and brother from SR 345 west and north to SR 5.347.
es'.e.....e..", Goldwater, on its list of "best- of the late president in- Work consists of light grading; 6" lime- Democrats to the polls. coined with divisive intent by
was
..'S ,..+...-rah '. ,dressed" men. I jured in a plane crash June 19. and rock Incidental Stabilized Items.Base Type Length 2 Surf.6.021 Treat miles.; "If we can get out a heavy our political opponents, by those -O- DRIVE-IN
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The foundation chose one man A Proposal Guaranty of not less than Democrtic vote, it will help all who reject the body of principleby
i rrttd ektaa A spokesman for the hospital five percent (S per cent) of the total THEATRE
from each of 13 fields. where he is being treated said Actual Bid. In the form check of either trust a of our candidates," Magnusonsaid. which we define our Republican -
cashier's
check
certified
pri1 .., Johnson was selected from the senator is improving steadi. company treasurer's check bank draft "I think that a lot of Dem- heritage." SHOW STARTS :

.. . ...... "public life," Goldwater from of any Bid national Bond, made or state payable bank to or the a Surety Gov-- ocrats are going to turn out to "In that context the sentences
"government." ly.BONN ernor of the State of Florida must ac make sure that Goldwater isn'telected that followed were but exam-
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 (AP) West German, company each bid. A check or draft in OF
an amount less than five percent (5 and doesn't carry con- THE MIGHTIEST BATTLE THEM ALL!
BOSTON (AP) Doctors at-1 President Heinrich Luebke ha; percent) of the actual Proposal bid will Invalidate Guaranty servatives into office with him." I R. C. SHOW I
the bid. Should the -
tending Sen. Edward M. Ken- accepted an invitation from I exceed ten percent (10 percent) of the The Democrats who now THURSDAYFLORID :

WE GOT nedy still are considering the Emperor Haile Selassie to visit t automatically Department's to estimate ten percent it will(10 be percent reduced)I have a 66-33 margin in the Sen-, L GOLIMW

possibility of surgery to speed Ethiopia. The president's office: of checks the Department's shall have State estimate.of Florida's Certified ate, have 26 seats at stake in the I .iw ANDiHEM -

I his recovery from a broken said today the state visit will Documentary Stamps attached. Bid November balloting. There are ?
I Bonds shall conform t. SRD Form 114G 11 I1ViPiR
SO BIG'CAUSE ,back. begin Oct. 20. (R.v. November-tJ furnished with the nine Republican seats up for GRAND
IT'S
Proposal Form.
I grabs. '
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All work Is to be done In accordancewith : s' .COLORSCOPE
claims to FUN!
the Plans, Specifications and Special Despite some public
WE I partment.Provisions of the State Road De the contrary, neither party expects Y c ."GORDON
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CHARGE SO LITTLEr Caft/iagegt/ al o bn be Plans purchased and by or Proposal Qualified Forms Contractorsupon may any change in Senate con- SCOTT

application to this office for S51.50 trol. The Democrats believe AN AMfI'lCA"

rent a car fro.CONOC per set.bidders Extra and sets plans of Plans for for non-bidders prospective they will about hold their own. JOSHUA fflGAHSfWOUCTCOTC .. > INTERNATIONAL PlCTUftf5
be purchased for 520.60 per set. l
may Republicans privately hope to ,
DINING Orders directed for to these the Engineer documents of should Contracts be gain from three to seven seats. ,t a J

11011I399 .- with Department checks ef payable Florida.to the(These State charges Road In the House, which Demo- Ensign i. Every shroud has a silver i A.",.. I
I \sU DANCING Include State Sales and Use Tax. Na crats control 254-177, with four "
w. feature Valiants & ether \ refund will be made) PUEVCRROBERT
CHRYSLER built cars. Gas- The right Is reserved to relect any vacancies, there may be a sub- Tn.CO1yEDYor

Ollinsurinceallinclud.dlPhone FR 6-3644 University hm COCKTAILS-; or all STATE bids.FLORIDA ROAD DEPARTMENTOF stantial few turnover observers in believe personnelbut the WALKER ;t' illining C! .t-5Sf

JOHN R. PHILLIPS, ChairmanJAY *'
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Monday, August JO, 'l 1964 Gainesville Sun 1)

30 PETS 6' SUPPLIES

R O1SI lNPILItAS.lF ( (
MINIATURE black male Poodle.
ADTES has been wormed and has had
shots 5 mo. old affectionate. Call
FR 21371. AIXIE.I5JIIMIAIGIEI1ACROSS
PH. 372-8441
SMALL bred puppies. $10 each. (
See all day Saturday and Sunday, 27.Sand bank
far 1127 N.E. 23rd Blvd. 1. Strike IAlulRIIoILIAIMINIAI
28.Dghtm
EXCELLENT black Cocker Span. Masticate hearted
the SUNPOLICE Classified OnlyDEADLINES icI female puppy. 7 months. AKC 8.Sooner
I papers. Shots bargain. at $SO. Pet than Unfaltering IrIAITIIAIVlE.UILIE.I
372 3077.
or showdog. 30.High

AMERICAN Shepherd and English 11. Time past 31.Fodder ISIIAIC30IN0ITLCISI

I' FIRE REPORT tha Strickland, Fred Gunn'1 I Shepherd ed. wormed puppies and ready.for sale.FR' 2-OC33.Wean- 12. Storm 32.Title ( ( )
13.
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Toe thru Frl. paper*-S p.m. Day before publication Auxiliary 33.Account ''RIEILI '
Mitchell Renae Ti WEEKS old AKC Chihuahua
Wright, Julie I reg. verb
12 00 Sat
For ads to go in Sun. paper- : urn. I
Involved in accidents reportedby Ryan William Tuten, Suzanne I For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. 1. puppies. Males priced. &W.females.B. Phifer Reasonably 14. Reprehend 35.entry Whitening IAIVIEiNIIR IRIAl51d

the Gainesville Police Department cCann, Lonnie Barnes. ... Minimum ad 4 lines) High Springs. 454-1976. 454-1731. 16. Subsist 38.Rt IHIAIRIDILIY TIAIPIE.D1(

and Alachua County ALACHUA GENERAL PEDIGREED miniature poodle 17.Used a
I FAMILY RATES black. female 4 mos. old Phone ; 39. Er. jsiast (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle)
blue
Sheriff's Office in the past 24 HOSPITAL I 3762784. pencil 40.Saucepan

: hours were: August 5,1964BIRTHS J 1 Insertions Insertion .. 22c SIC line line. DACHSHUNDS miniatures AKC 18. Morma41.. Hindu 2.Senile Despoiler
Good with children.
registered.
lion
Alan B. Willey, 508 NE 6th I Insertions lie<< line fine; pedigree FR 6-8V63 garment 3. Large 10. Look over
12 Insertions lie line 19. Hindu 15. Pentads
lizard
42. Siam. coin
St., and a parked auto owned Mr. and Mrs. James H. Beus- ;; Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earn I 32 Mobile Homes For Sole cymbals 43.Malt brew 4. Unmerciful 16. Deposit
g ed number
by Dianne Kite 1934 NE 3rd se, 804 NW 11th Ave., a boy; S x of Insertions. 20. Purchase 44.Norse god Unyielding 18. Una-

Ave., in the 2300 block of Haw Mr. and Mrs. C. Ray McDan- i Five letter words per line = TRAILER NORTHWEST SALES 21.Proceed 45.Brownie Twilight ploded shell22l

thorne Rd. at 9:49 p.m. yes- Ic!1s, 202 B. Flavet III, a boy; 2702 Waldo Road N. E. 23.Acidity 7.You and I f 20. Laurel Ute
Sam* as I lines At Palm Lane 376-o20i 25. Cram DOWN Undivided
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Beasley, I 8 Pt. ordinary type "
TWO mobile Homes on large shady 26. Corral Mankind 8.Give form 23.Arabic
Joseph J. Oliva Ormond Rt. 1 Box 50, Trenton, a boy; I Sam lot, complete with deep well. letter
12 Pf
Beach, and Mrs. M. W. Ram- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones 5tr' Each mobile home has screened 24. StateHouse
In patio. Must be seen to be I &
sey, Corry Village, in the 2100 4823 SW Archer Rd., a boy; P>A. Sam. as 4 lines appreciated Live In one rent r-r---r,7 : : :

block of Hawthorne Rd. at 7:50 ,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Olsen, I 18| r I. ordinary typa t the ether. Phone 374-4470. /7- / I 25. Route
:
p.m. yesterday. 1216 SW 2nd Ave., a boy; Mr. FEDERAL QUALITY W//0 .. 26. Amer.

Caroline J. Risten Universityof and Mrs. J. H. Dowdy, Box 872, = Same as S line* HOMES INC. iT IS ?A '6 colonist

24 Pt. GainesvilleFR _ _ 28.Schoolof
St.
ordinary type 1- 4820 NW. 13th
and Kenneth R. High Springs Mr. and
Florida a boy; 1 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. 11 v.r hales

Bozoch, 640 NW 57th St., in a Mrs. Lewis Teague, Bronson a 29. lbstlc

lot at 3400 W. Univ. boy Mr. and Mrs. Allen Powers "" W2 10 x 50 Skyline house trailer 19 1.Q ii2a
parking ; :: air conditioned. 2 bedr o o m s. \ : shelter
Ave. at 3:17: p.m. yesterday.Mrs. 4146 NW 10th St., a boy; 36 PI Same as 7 lines I" I IfnJ Phone FR6-1704. 3420 SW Archer - :31. Garment
) I ordinary type ZJ 26 Z
II
968 Rd. Village.
W. H. Brown 2022 SE Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Hall, t : edge
.1 FOR RENT or sale 1962 New 32.
46th Ter., and James H. Boyd, 1116 SW 2nd Ave., a girl; Mr. Moon trailer It x 55. will take T Z9 Juniper
Gainesville Son will not be responsible, for ..... than or f4W1A ff@ : I 34. Head: Fr.
and Mrs. Norman Gaskins !i The smaller trailer for equity and
3505 NW 13th Ave. in the 400
Incorrect Ins.rtion. nor will It be ftablo for any error In e< 35. Persian
e = take payments. Phone FR
block of E. Univ. Ave. at 9:381 Box 291, Alachua a boy. I tisement to a greater extent than the cost No of the space 2-1313.up iitrI Jl. Ff% fairy
pied by the Item In the advertisement. adlustment
p.m. Saturday. ADMITTEDJean g be made on errors that do not materially effect the SALE 1963 New Moon. 10x60. 3 .F; 1'T. r' 36 fl Thatching
:I the advertisement.The tt.r-I BR. front kitchen living room
B. Jones Nita B. Powers
Herbert C. Williams 1204 NE and bedrooms unfurnished. FR grass
I Stitch tp this cuddle quartet for - -
2nd St., and Sharon C. Sted- Pearl B. Hancock Jann V. Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or bazaars showers and thrifty, surprise 0355 after i p.m. ii. .e/ 3, 37. Obtains
j j (ectlng any advertisement which It deems obtectional
man 3207 W. Univ. Ave., in Hall, Emma P. Frashier Quinton change the classification of any advertisement from that gifts. For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn.Excellent 38.Watering
trailer & enclosed cabana. -
the 300 block of.NW 13th St. at E. Daughtry, Deborah Ann I dared t" conform to the policy of tha paper. Two pattern pieces, plus ears: condition. FR 2- 88', M 40 r a place

iimtinmmimiiiiinitniniHttfnmiitminnfinHinininmnmiwnimmtiHm......... nmmnnmintiHiiimiiimiiimmmnII ., each pet has tail! Stuff with foam AM. and 6-12 P.M. 39. Breadwinner
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7:42 p.m. Saturday. Pearson, Ruby Sieg, Deborah WIUI-.wwlW. iiaw'----"eMw.ww&wmwwuLuuIwiiwl rubber they float in baby's tubl Tr @ d 4f
2 BR house trailer reasonablerent
Pattern Mt: transfer of 4 toys. :
Howard A. Walpert, 3023 NE Kay Smith, Yarnell Wilson, FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Male Help Wonted located on Archer Rd. 11. Likewise

Mattie Fander I. Crosby Thirty-five cents In coins for this Phone 372.3829.ALUMINUM ** 6-10
Dixon Shirley Hlwal.afvr.s
11th Ter. and R. 25
Philip
Par time mine
WANTED saleslady must have jewelry WANTED TTS Operator, good woIng ,*- pattern add 15 cents for each house trailer, 24 x S, I
Starke. at N. Main St. and 10th > Celia M. Lescano, a 11 of store experience & referen- conditions good pay. Contact pattern for Ist-class mailing and extra nice, modern. electric
ces. Steady position. good salary Stafford Caldwell, Calntsvllle special handling. Send to Laura
brake, clear title; $1200. Trailerpark.
Ave. at 3:40 Saturday. Gainesville; Susanna L. Chis- Inquire Lewis Co. (;
p.m. Jewelry Sun.WANTED Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needle.craft 1 mile North on Hlway 441,

Nicholas J. Close 2929 NE holm, Alachua; Billye A. Dowdy DIVISION MANAGERCort experienced grill cook Chelsea Dept.Station, P., New 0. Box York lit.11, N.Y.Old High Springs. 32 Mobile Homes For Sal 34 Waterfront Property I
Cosmetics has for full.
High Springs Mary S. opening apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, SPECIAL
13th St., In the 1600 block of W. ; time Manager In Alachua County. rant. 310 NW 13th St. mobile home. SPECIALS WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. 104 x 208 Lot for
Univ. Ave. at 2:32 p.m. Satur Teague, Bronson; John V. Ed- Must and phone be dependable.experienced have In Direct car T. V. TECHNICAL, experienced. $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes 1964 PINNACLE 2 BR, M bath for Reg Broker specallzing In.
wards Brooker Retha NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs Prairie. For appointment call $295. $500 down. 72 payments at LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. I
; Mae Selling. Will train. Salary. For Modern. air conditioned shop, 5V* AGE. 3 miles No. of Maltose
$5750 month.
more fashions to knit, crochet than FR 6-3052. per
day.ALACHUA Gaskins Alachua Louise interview write D. Cox, P. 0. day week. hospitalization In. 1944 PONTIAC, NO. 2687 for $37 S.J50J.1J GR 5-2911.
FREE _
GENERAL ; Bryant Box 7471, Orlando Fla. Give resume surance. Write giving experience everl Plus 3 patterns embroidery .
dolls' clothes. Send 25 CONNOLLY down payments $42 54 per
Fort White; Wayne Udell of past experience.YOUR & personal background. Reed'sT.V. Cedar Key Shores
HOSPITAL cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. mo.
.. 2510 Crill Ave., Palatka, Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 & J
White Springs Merle C. Lord "ROADTO Travel Trailer sleeps t for S6 S. fine homesites from $2250 I
; homes.
August 3, 1964BIRTHS Florida. VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT bedroom mobile Many BUTTS MOBILE HOMES.
Newberry; Robert I. Evans PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt floor plans. 7 year financing. non-waterfront from $1510
SUCCESS"Do
Trainee INC.
r Manager Book. For beginners experts. Send Drive out today. 3 miles Southof

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bass, Melrose; Eleanor Rene Wi 1- you hove on AVON representative PERMANENT national finance or. 50 cents nowi14Sales 376-0571 Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. NW parking 13th St.all at around 6th St. On street Marina Locations !
our corner.
Rt. 1, Box 118 T, a girl; Mr. hams Bronson; Mrs. Thelma calling on you ganlzation will employ several Open a A.M. to P.M. each INVEST: facilities needed here
ambitious
Goolsby O'Brien Diane Lind. regularly? I If you don't and enterprising young Help Wanted IT'S FOOLISHto week day. Phone 374-8341.
rj and Mrs. James Simpson, Rt. ; men who are desirous of getting I
perhaps it is an open territory ahead. and who are willing to pay more. RECKLESS to
vile Winchester Motel locationsINVES
I 4, Box 139 E, a girl; Mr. and Ky.; Joseph which could offer work hard to realize a fine op LICENSED Real Estate salesman. pay less. GET THE REAL 33 LOTS FOR SALE

I// Mrs. Edward O'Steen Horse- L. Cobb, Dunnellon. excellent earning portunity. $100 a week drawing account. FACTS. Payments as low as : accommodations .
you an Large volume builder developing
S57.29 per month with $300 down. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2
shore Beach, a girl. DISCHARGEDMrs. opportunity. Start now for CAREER position with progressive 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. LAKE GENEVA trailers. Large awnings 3 large n
No company. Work will consist of a Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville patios. 3 septic tanks lots of dDREVVS I
Myrtle Keeling, Mrs. big Christmas profits. Mobile Homes Sales
vigorous training program designed Sun. DAVID
Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia shade good rental Income. Just -
ADMITTEDSara Winnie R. Harper, Mrs. Mary experience necessary. Part to have trainee ready to man.age WANTED 3 MENto outside city limits. For sale. FR ;
time. Write Avon. P. O. one of our consumer finance REAL ESTATE
Lowest easiest terms
prices larg-
Lou Gonzalles and Hallie offices In the shortest possible assist me in my business. Sal
son
68463.ACRE
est in central Florida.
Stroman Marguerite Box 448. Gainesville. Fla. time. ary plus commissions if qualified. display lots for sale. CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 1
We trade for Free
Cassels Margaret Below, John Jackson, Morel Jenkins Newton or call FR 20421.Secretary. Also company bonuses. Neat anything.. delivery Phone 376-1236
up to 100 miles.TRAILER
SALARY and benefits unusually in appearance 21-40. Car neces
I Felber, Gertrude Kelly, Mrs. L. Batten, Mrs. Ruth Wall- good. and opportunity unsurpass sary. Call Mr. Stevens 372-0500. MART FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC. 35 House for Sole I

irunn and daughter, SammyLee ed for right person. Apply In per. Scott &. Fetzer Corp. between t Hwy. 17 Open 1 ta 6 REALTORS *
Minnie Bass, all of Gainesville; son Aetna Finance CO., II N. & 10 AM. Monday, Wednesdaya. East Pal atka Phone 328-1050 T26 W. UniV. OwNER LEAVINGThRCC
Davis, Ollie Rowe, Mary Main, Gainesville Friday. 2 baths pump for lawn. SSOO dn
Mrs. Bonnie Jones Keystone
This position offers the right woman LOTS FOR SALEon Assume FHA mortgage 376-22}

Heights; Mrs. Dorothy Butler, hultz. Elijah Townsend, Wy- large a wonderful local company.opportunity She must with 13-Help Male or Female 16-Work Wanted Female WYAITTrailer Milhopper Road. FR 2." '. or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr

I Micanopy Mrs. Shirley O'Steen nona Walker and daughter, Tho- have the ability to meet and deal 4 & I acre tracts of land for sale. THREE bedroom CB home S3M
; Price. with the public. Typing and short WANTED ITS Operator good work. WANTED General house Terms can be arranged. J. T. down. take over FHA. 3012 N. E.
Beach Seth Miller mas Coo- Howze, Rt. 4, Box 301, Calnesvllle.
Horseshoe ; hand an absolute must. Excellent Ing conditions. good pay. SalesHome 10th Drive.
work. Phone 376-4912.
tact Stafford Caldwell Galnes- Ph. 3721090.
for advancement to
opportunity
r Hawthorne; Frances Coleman, 160 Month. New, CB home low
.
an executive type position. Salary villa Sun.LOOKING of N. W. 1 acreS.
down payment. See at 210 S. E.
Alachua; Pauline Crawford, China Boosts comensurate with ability. ApplyIn 17 Work Wanted Male Pacemaker Mobile Homes W. 2 acre lots 20th St. Call 3723576 or 372-
person to Fla. State Employ Shasta and Airstream Near new Elm. school, choice home
Worthington; Leon Williams ment Office, 413 SW 2nd Ave., FOR SECURE JOB? CPA auditor bookkeeper 20 yrs. Travel Trailers sites N. W.MARY jktn. I
DraftHONG Gainesville Fla. experience, qualified business Ocala's First Mobile Horn MOELLER. REALTOR FOR A BETTER HOME
Hampton; Bessie Prevatt, Chief- Military Train for U. S. Civil Service tests. machines US reference. also Dealer Since 1948
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 We'll build on your lot a nice 3
Newberry See our ad under Instruction classification. well known firms in Havana. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. I
land James Osteen. ; BR home with built-in stove
; up to JS per hour demonstrating Lincoln Service. Established -
dependable. Resident. Ph. 374- Phone 6291358 NICE lot on good fishing lake. tW.
IVt bath. complete tile
San Mateo KONG (AP) Communist famous Studio Girl 1UI.ASSISTANT cen. heat
Ernie Williams ; Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 2307. Ocala Fla.BUTTS Terms 325-7715$20 Palatk cash $20 monthly. Ph. vanity In both baths will

Sammy Davis, LaCrosse. China started pressing Phone 376-4336 after a. BOOKKEEPER CPA, auditor 14 meet all VA or FHA standards.
COOK Apply In *
person Phone 376-6957 or write 241 N.
huge numbers of youths, factory Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 yrs. experience. New York. Puerto 34 Waterfront
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary Rico firms references furnish Property E. 10th Ter. Bob Shattln.
to begin work by August 21, SW 1st St.. behind Sears.
DISCHARGEDMrs. workers and government officials ed. English & Spanish spoken.
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith EXEC. SECRETARY Phone collect Miami 4438885. Al- LAKE Alto lake front, J rooms and ADVERTISE IN THE
Carolyn Sayers, Mrs. into military service three experience and ability. STENOGRAPHERS; exander Oleda. 1455 SW 27th Ave. bath, turn. Incl. elec. range. GE SERVICE DIRECTORY
benefits. Blue Cross and
weeks before the Gulf of Tonkin Fringe KEY PUNCH OPERATOR; Miami. Fla. refrigerator, oil heater, good water .
Inez Bennet and son, Mrs. Ann Blue Shield. For Interview contact -
SECRETARIES MOBILEHOMES I dock and boat shed Large
Cowles and daughter, John crisis, according to delayed official Clayton.E. A.Phone Clayton 372t591.EXPERIENCED or ._James E. BOOKKEEPERS;: 18 Schools & Instructions cleared lot. $10.400. Ph. 448175. FREE ESTIMATES on I

Hummel, Felix Lagasse Mrs. reports. SALESGIRLS SECRETARY.BooKKEEPER CLERK-TYPIST ; SHORTHAND TYPING OVER 30.,"of lake front, many FURNACES and Quolity
1 bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur
\ Sylvia Cunningham and son, The reports said more than Excellent opportunity for two live- (foregoing female 21-35 yrs.); CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING nlshed houses with dock and deep Central AirConditioners I
half million had been wire young women who know MALE TRAINEE Secreterial Courses Classes now well pump. Many extras. On
Wesley McCray Pearle Whel a people how to sell and enloy sales work. 21-27, college background; forming. Howell's"' Business College I INC. Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis
drafted and more being 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR. Jewelry Co.
pley, Helen Hartman, Eliza are This Is permanent position with CHEMISTS. NEW
excellent future, vacations. 5Vfc M,500-J13,000; 4-3507.
10 & 12' WIDES
Carrol, Joseph Watson Stanley called up. day week, hospitalizatlon etc. Do PROJECT ENGINEERS HIGH SCHOOLat 8. also FURNITURE I

Carr John Feiber, Todd Avery not phone. See i Mr. Sand.fer.Rutherford' $7-14,000; home. free booklet A mer lcan CAMPERSWe by
eQUI'ff1'
Jewelers 103 W. PROCESS ENGINEERS. School P. O. Box 16641 JaCKSOrVVllle. UPHOLSTERYFor !:
Lewis Robert Taylor. Fla 3221*. need 25 trade-ins this month! .
Artis 0 Too Late To Classify Univ. Ave.WANTED to SKOOO; Best In Internally

ALACHUA GENERAL experienced waitress. MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS. MEN & women 11 ta Si to train for Call us for the best deals. top quality workmanship Insulated ducts designed
I AKC reg. Chihitahua puppy male. Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- ta $12,000: CIVIL SERVICE call engineered and Installed
HOSPITAL excellent line fawn color 7 wks. rant. 310 NW 13th St. INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS. Examinations. For Information 372-6142 byALL
August 4,1964BIRTHS old; also Chihuahua stud service.FR to $4JKJO; send name address & Phone No. 3768361NW GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
WANTED TTS Operator good work-
2601. ACCOUNTANTS Key Training Service. 112 W. UPHOLSTERY It AIR CONDITIONING CO.
: Ing conditions good pay. Contact $4.500-13,500; Adams St.. Jacksonville.IBM .
FREE cute kittens need good Stafford Caldwell. GalnesVllle PERSONNEL ASS'TS. 13th St. at 6th St. On street 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. home. Ph. 3768120.Announcements. Sun._ S7-I4.000. machines 024-026 limited enrollment parking all around our corner. Free Estimates-PICK vp and IUt NE 23rd Blvd.
classes now forming. Open C A.M. to t P.M. each delivery. 24 Hour Service
Crawford Worthington a boy: CURB WAITRESSES day and PERSONNELCENTER Hewell's Business College 211 W. week day.
night shift, top wages. Apply; Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. --- -- -
Mrs. and Mrs. Charles. In person Jerry's Restaurant
2310 S. W. 13th St. U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS!
Berg, 618 NW 14th Ave., a girl: 102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-4377 I

Mrs. and Mrs. Buddy W. Williams !- LOCAL oil company desires mature Men-women, 1852. Start high as
3 LOST & FOUND Individual with bookkeeping 14-Sala. Help WantedOpportunity $10200 a week. Preparatory train- II
Rt. 2 Box 402, a girl; experience. NCR 31 machine Ing until appointed. Thousands of

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith, 423 LOST female- Labrador Mt. Dora Retriever tag 312., VicinIty black- knowledge sary. permanent helpful.position.Typing 5Vi neces day necessary.lobs open. Experience FREE Information usually un on I

Mr. and week. Please send complete resume lobs. salaries requirements. Write
NW 16th Ave., a boy; Carol Estates. Phone 372586 Gainesville I
to Box 495-A c-o TODAY giving name. address and
Mrs. Claude Lee, 408 SE 4th LOST Lady's light blue sweater Sun. phone. Lincoln Service Box 448-
initial "M" embrold ere d In M c-o Gainesville Sun.
St., a boy. pearls. Lost vicinity Woolworth's EARNINGS Of S55-S75 weekly possible DUI to the promotion of one ef -
ADMITTED: Park Lane Cafeteria, Univ. Hosp preparing mall lists for our ten salesmen to management, Real Estate Exam
advertisers in home. Choose
Catholic Church. Return LanlersDress your
have sales avail-
we one position
M. Williams WilliamA. Shop or call 374-3715 own hours. For Information COURSE
able. Our Includes
Mary pay plan commission
write: Department Council 3. Box ATTEND First lesson free.

Tuten, III: Suzanne Mc- 4 Personalized Services; 1763.. S. S. S. Springfield, Missouri. Last year. and our other salesmen's incentives.average COLLEGE HOWELL'S BUSINESS 218 W. Univ.COLLEGE Ave

Cann Julie Ryan. Mary J. .,. Income was In the five fig Fl?. 6-3507 3723727
LEARN 10 DRIvEl Special; ure bracket. Our 164 Sales are
Smith, Christina R. Beusse tentlon to nervous or elderly. running close to ten percent THIS WEEK'S IS ON
12 Mole Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies
FR Help SPOTLIGHT
Easy Way Driving School. ahead of 1963 with corresponding
Charles W. Larson. Dorothy C. Lie bv Stale o* Fl. Increases In salesmen's incomes.No .

Welch, Nell W. D em p s e y, KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON WHITE Male service station help WANTED DEAD to show OR us AL.IVE.dairym.n a better a ? GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM
Beauty on a BudgetAll wanted. Experience necessary. Al previous automotive experienceIs '5
Worth E. Dobbins, Pheraba work guaranteed Herndon. 91* SE 4th Street. necessary. WE WILL TRAIN a dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills ON SW 13th STREET
man with the proper qualificationswho It pet. All Pulleted Drai-
Perm. $5 Sham-set $1 50 up
up
Meade Ester M. Chisholm, 14 E. Univ. Ave 372-772 WANTED ply In person.experienced 2413 NE roofers.mh Ap.Dr. Is willing to sell In a manner Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PDN Step into the Early American decor of the General

Clifford A. Lyle Park T. Tyre. Open mghM; by 81111t. or call 3n 71s. standards commensurate of our with company.the high All per chua.ton.Phone FMX FR Gainesville 2-1095 or or Ala-41- Gomes Steak Room and prepare yourself for the

Mary Lee, Lucille Cushman, 6 SPECIAL NOTICES MARRIED man age 25-50 for "Industrlal candidates under consideration 2105. finest U. S. Prime or Choice Steak that Gainesvillecan
will be required to take a 50 .
Insurance debit. offer.
Ann McDaniels guaranteed FOR SALE large Mexican cow pony -
Barbara WORKING girl needs transportationfrom starting salary, good opportunity minute written examination. Thisexaminialion i. saddle for older children. $150. Prompt courteous service is just the beginning AfterYOII
Sheila C. Olsen, Florence Archer Road to Gainesville for right man. Call 372- is nationally known Melrese Phone GR 5-5043 ;
steaks
717 for interview.SUPERIPITENDENT. and has proven to be accurateIn place your order you may watch your
378 *
hours from I to J. Phone -
Thompson, all of Gainesville; 186.. home building potential.For testing. sales and management 30 PETS Cr SUPPLIES .n being cooked to your order over an open charcool

Larry R. Watson, Trenton; sub-division block & brick experience hearth.
Archer Baby Sitters Child Cart necessary. Must know further Information telephoneMr. ARISTOCRAT OF DOGooM. Wet- The Steak Room is also known for its delicious seafood -
Mitchell D. Kneece ; VA & FHA specifications. Willingto Allen Bowen for appointment, maraner puppies.. Make good dinners. S
Renae' Wright Chief- I keep intents and childrenin relocate. Write Box 433. Pa FR t-7511. University ChevroletCo. watchdogs. hunters. or companIons k
Emma latka or call 325-207 for appt.MOBILE. for children. 372-445. -.e'i'-o' Serving from 6 P.M. to 12 midnight the Steak Room

land; Audrey B. Beasley, Tren- Call my FR 2-home.1". LI ..4__% ( wm is open 7 days a week., 0

ton; James J. Ozment, Ala- Watch for the opening of their new Cocktail Lounge
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE
Sept. 1st.Watch.
chua; Ronald E. Harper, Day, wk.. or mo. Old NewberryRd.
Planned programs. Pick up For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
Ocala
Starke; Minnie N. Brady at Littlewood and Terwilliger HOMESNEW

; Connie S. Crowe Ocala; schools. Call FR 2.*.*'.

John A. Woodward, Orlando; TINY TOT DININGk CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING I

Eva Traxler, Alachua; JamesP. PLAY SCHOOLVisit USED MISUSED ALL VERY LIVEABLE GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA COCKTAILS i
Bellsvue Neb.
Farnell, ; t
us and see for yourself. STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation & repainting.
Guy Howard Archer.DISCHARGED. 24 SE Ith St. FR 4.7806. Open 7 days a week. STEER ROOMThe
WHY PAY RENTWe Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice 21th finest in dining enloyment
: WILL keep child. 3 years or older.In steaks prepared to your tasteon Friday Aug. then. Cocktails fc dancing in our lounge.No .
home. Weekly rates nice hearth. Remember we'll see you
my our open Holiday Inn No minimum
Barbara Stanley, Mrs. Docia air. conditioned home meals servo Will Take Almost Anything In Trade EVEN MONEY 1900 SW. 13th St. FR 6-1266. Palmer & Sue Long FRED'S cover LOCKER- ROOM
> Drive.
_x 372-6623. 223 NE 14th
T. Tills Retha Mae Gaskins; 4562 NW 13th St.
J 2 LARGE LOCATIONS WIDE SELECTIONBUY BILLIARD'S BOWLINGPALM *
I Mrs. Elizabeth Goodwyne, 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED -
UNIVERSITY INN

John S. Hetherington, May E. WAITRESS experienced must be NOW CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun LANES Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgas.

Hamm, Evelyn Palmour, Beatrice over 21. Phone FR 3-M90. Maiwres' for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
Restaurant. 2120 H a wthoma BUT young women too. the 17th. for reservlclng and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Dancing
If Rain, Marion Bryan and Road.COCKTAIL FEDERAL HOMES INC. Bring your dates of our alley. We'll 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
son Barbara Elliott and WAITRESS. over 21. QUALITY Open 10 AJVL 111 12 P.M. see you the llth. 206 Waldo Combo & Richard Parkers orches I
In to Thirsty Gator. tra. 101 S.W. llth St. FR a2447.fSANMOie .
Apply person 905 N. Main Street Road 376-46M. _ _
daughter Lyndal Wilder JuliaC. 1:00 P-M. --
; 633 NW. 13tn St. after GAINESVILLE I STARKE

Valiant Florence Rutherford NEED full time bookkeeper double I TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
entry system. Good hours. per. 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE.

George Hall, Jean McClure manent lob. Apply between I I WALT JOHNSON | ROY DEVILLING Mgr. I OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I

and son Mrs. Hazel A.M. 231* NE llth Dr. Mgr. CALL 3728441.HiKEtSBEALLY .

MAID full or half time. S days
Jones Jones Jr. Mar- .
Henry ; a week permanent. Call 372-472.

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FLETCHER HEIGHTSFor 1962 HOME SHOW MODEL $18,500. CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 4 BR, 2 bath 1800 sq. ft14 yr HIGHLANDS. 3 Br., 2 bath quality PALM VIEW ESTATESAN
hard- 4 big BR 2 bath Lvg. R.. fam. old home. 4th Irg. BR separated built. 2 story masonry. Cent.
sale by owner. 3 BR's R. Wooded lot C heat. $1500 dn. from others could be used as heat reasonable down payment.
Beautifully kept must be If
seen.
wood floors. 2 tile baths cen. 3706 NW 22nd PI. 372.3029. family room. Cent. heat and air Price $23.500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. EXCELLENT
14 20 dbl. you are looking for a 2 bedroom,
THE TIME IS NOW heating. Fla. rm. x cond., oak parque floors Irg. corner i Cor. Blvd. 372-8245.
nice 1 bath home with screened: porch
with
carport lot 100 x 140 3 Bedroom CCB. 1 bath, screened : lot. New FHA loan has been
shade trees. 25000. 3934 S. W. porch. air conditioned. 4 years on I large corner lot. Immedi- arranged with total down paymentof WILL sell or trade for trailer Ig. NORTHWEST LOCATION
3rd Ave. FR 23774. old. No down payment. Take over ate occupancy.: $11,300. See at $800 which Includes closing cost ultramodern 4 BR home (12
FOR SALE THIS WEEK $100 month payments. Call 372- 1305 NE 6th Terrace, then phone 929 N. E. 10th Place. Call for rooms) Including sep. laundry & 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL
Dick Robinson Associate. Ralph
6729. util. Garden entrance Rm. with
floor, fireplace appt. days FR 2-8401 evenings and
3 Br.. CCB. 1 bath oak
fossey. Realtor, at 376-1359 dayor
stave, ref. attic fan, fenc- CONVENIENT NORTHWEST LOCATION FR 6-2748 weekends. skylights, island kit., equipped CITY SERVICES
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr night, 11 West University family Rm. with natural rock
ed back yard, fine lawn-trees. 3bibs. on attractive 100' lot: 3 Avenue.
from Llttiewood. S1.100 BR brick house with oak floors. MCKINNEYGREEN fireplace and paneling. Shadow WALK TO SCHOOLS
down. $79 mo. 621 N.W. 36th cypress & mahogany trim, asbes- LOOK WHAT Lawn Estates. 3520 NW 34th
House to Rent? St. 376-4220. tos shingle roof. Fla. rm., store- $14.075 BUYS! Place. FR 6.3011.Price From $16,000 up
room-shop, dbl. carport; price under -
FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew $16,000 includes refrig.. new Snappy brick faced Ranch modelIn DEATONREALTORS SlashedThe $600.00 down
Combina t ion
Village Green.
Palm Springs model. One of kitchen range, air conditioner. TV
the best looking homes we've ever antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or hobby shop utility room. Big i Furnished Models Home Beautiful
by
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS built. Four bedrooms 2 full owner at 372.2763. master bedroom with floor to owner of this lovely 3 bedroom
ceiling ventilated closets. papered 2 bath masonry home Is READY
FHA Conventional
facade MUST SELLIf
baths beautiful brick RARE OPPORTUNITY half bath with colored fixtures TO SELL If you want a home -
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit excellent kitchen arrangement. and dressing table. Cen- you believe In being lucky this with a central heating system
VA
$16,900. No money down. Beautiful corner lot 210 feet tral heat. Sidewalks for your might be your chance This built-in oven and range family FERNWOOD MODELS
FHA only $800 down. Price In- frontage on US 441. Good 2-bed- childrens safety. Community swim fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central room laundry room carport.
cludes fully sodded front lawn room home. Priced under market club for your relaxation. Fully heated 2 yr. old home must large corner lot located In the From
gas lamp, swim club member quick action essential. sodded lawn for your leisure. Big be sold. Owner will consider a NW SECTION CALL us $12,250 t
home features such as walnut reasonable offer under Its present NOW THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME
ship.VILLAGE GREENBy CALL paneled living room walls, real F.H.A value of $17.250 locatedin MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 $400 down $100VADay

Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU HUGH EDWARDS. INC. Angle Real EstateC. plaster walls and ceilings, tiled Madison Park Good condition -to $16 PRICE.SCO ONLY CUT $1,000 FROM DOWN-SIS.000 2-9545 Night 6-9048
2909 N. E. 15th St. sills. Formica custom cabinets Act now Drive by
376-7971 L. Angle. Broker Luan doors, silent switches. 3202 N. W. 22nd Pace and call NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL

EVERY DAY until it is rented : FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. 4404 N.O.W.J. Angle.13th St.Associate 376-6927 Cap lamppost It off and with easy an VA authentic or FHA gas us for appointment. before you BE REFUSEDI Drive West on 16th Avenue I

home located In Westmoreland NOTHING DOWN VA terms and you have yourself a buy. 3723611.KING John Turn left on 39th Terrace
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt deal. Call 374-7771. Hugh Edwards MerrillRealtor l
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 2 Ig. bath Rmsw, Ig. family 3 BR. 2 baths 20CO sq. ft. Inc. 2909 N. E. 15th SIZEhouse BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERSSun
Rm. & living Rm. dining area. St. I has
3.000 sq. ft. 6
Central heat built-in kitchen Including $300 DOWNNW.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day GE dishwasher. 2 court 3 BR. 1 bath, walking distance THE GRASS NEEDS I bedrooms dining 2 room full -baths central- separate heat- MULTIPLE LISTING
yards, walk to schools, close to to school PHONE 3721494
of
loads
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day $22.700.U of F &Down medical payment center 1700.FHA DOWN the grass MOWINGSure needs mowing. So -storage air space conditioning- 1V acres.- House AssociatesMarcella Pardl Want Ads Get ResultsOPENS ,
$500 built last Call 372.3617.
Immediate Drive by what If the previous owner's kids year W. H. Buckhannan
occupancy. 3 BR 2 bath. Ig. lot in Northwest their In the ce-
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call 376-9048 Butler left ment walk footprints leading to that big DUPLEXLet -
Brothers. 3729545 dally
$900 DOWN2BR fenced rear yard? This house Is

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day night. 1 bath Southwest only $51 still a darn good deal. Take the us show you two this attractive du- BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gaL per mo. location It's tops! .right next and well located story
fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio school. to the Howard Bishop J u nior plex that we have lust listed andIt 11
to
NW. close
3 2 bath.
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day fenced yard. near elemen- BR. High. Bet you could find a use is In good condition Fully
tary and lonior. high schools, for the paneled Florida room. furnished Income of $175.00 per SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELSNO
screened porch 3 BR. 1 bath. DAN BYRD Mom should like the custom month Could be used as a
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day I $500 down If you qualify FHA. pine kitchen cabinets. To make home with an income. Attractively
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. ASSOCIATES INC this fine home easier for you to priced Don't wait Call MONEY DOWN

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day I Jack DeYot Realtor own we have a new FHA com 372.3617. -

JWK Associates down mittment and that the requires house Is only yours.$550 ASSOCIATESJ \ ,
V A
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Christine E. E. Holloway Stone lock stock and footprints. Call Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. Pillage Qreciied'
If J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
surprised
376-7971. Don't be
125 NW 13th Street
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day 372-8404 372.2511 someone from Hugh Edwards, Multiple Listing LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc. i
DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homeIn Call night or dayYOU'LL Inc. answers.
the NE convenient to shoppingand 3767971Priced
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day school. Well landscaped PRICE REDUCEDModern
YOU
AFTER
BE HAPPY
corner lot with backyard fenced rbI.. ,

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day for the children. 1355 square home on 1 acre. 4 from $13,90017,250 .. '
feet of living area with COMPAREOUR Bedrooms bath, tub and OO '

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day family room. shower. Carport and utility ..
UNIVERSITY and shopping center room. $6500. $500 down. Monthly
close walking distance from this payments $65 month. Phone Sodded Lawns r '
MODERN CONSTRUCTIONBy I ]p
QUALITY
: t
two bedroom house. Completely GR 52277. ,
Swim Club m
furnished and two kitchens Your InspectionTreated -
3
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR
mean income when house Is walls Air -1
rented as two one bedroom furred and plastered Cond. Optional I I'

apartments. Total price only I Complete ceramic tile baths Colonials NoW.U.S'.EOI

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS $9,900.00.BEAUTIFUL Twenty year specification built-up roofs
Brick Homesby
large rooms In this e White Terrazzo Floors New I Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street

two bath house priced at only Spacious bedrooms and closets
17200. Three bedrooms: 14x11, i
11x16, 125x11. Beautiful large I Contemporary Design Builder

living room too. Quiet Northwest All masonry construction, no upkeep
location Available right 41 Large shady lots 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen -

35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for SaU away. This Is a clean nice Wide paved streets with curb and gutter equipment cen. heat, VA &
house. FHA Homes-no closing costs. I

3 LARGE BR, Ig. living roomdlttoIng LEAVING TOWN, will sellrny3 J. W. Builders Inc. ,HOUSE HUNTING!
3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths Capital
room Ig kitchen with din- BR. 2 bath cent. heat built In KIRKPArRICKRealtor -
ete. Paneled throughout. Call 454- kitchen home. You can save MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN. NW. 37th Place & tth street
1319 Q' 454-1632 after 6Deslrlbl:2 $1500. Call FR 23824 or GR I OPEN HOUSE DAILY
55922. Melrose. 131 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD
NW 10th St. ASSOCIATES: Call 372-0361 or 374-7711.
3 BR. 2 bath home. I By Owner 7 rooms, IV* bath, $600 I Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES
large Fla room & patio. Lot' for equity, payments $?o per Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. WALTER STUBBS INC.DIAL TODAY
1 OOX 176', lots of trees. month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin .
Phone 374-4819. I

Beautiful lots NW section 4 BR modern home on 1 acre of GLADYS TRADE 3765394"WE HOUSES STEVEN FOSTER \ FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825 .
land. 7300. Terms. Phone GR
Commercial property & acreage
5-2277. HEIGHTSLocated
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E. C. "Curly" Kuehn, Jr.-: BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 bath extra SMITH The brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

FR 6-2032 631 N.Broker Main St. FR 6-6544 Ig shady yard. Westmorland 4018 FAST"s New at N.W.brick 37th homes Place under& Terrazzo floors shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
NW. 13th Ave. FR 4-7993 for CHECK THESE 6th St. ,
LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI appt. construction. Pick your own
J BR, 2 baths, central heat, out WESTPARK colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
REA 1562 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms. I baths.
of city limits deep well
located at 3616 NW 34th 2030 NW 55th St., by owner low $25,000. Good financing. by city services.
power down payment 3 BR. Paymentsless
than rent. Phone 2-0258. 4040 Newberry Road. 3 brms 2 Capitol Builders. Inc.

Call 372.2372 or 374-8190 LOVELY NW 3 BR. 2 bath homeIn baths low price of 22500. NW. 37th Place & 6th Street THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE

NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust heat Westmorland& air conditioning.Estates GE Central built- 2125 NW 3rd Place 2 stOry 4 Call 372.0361 or 376-7781 MODELS AT $14,500.
completed, nice wooded lot. 5 in & brms. excellent location. $34,500.
Beautiful
range oven. land-
miles out Archer Rd. FR 2.6570.IDYLWILD
scaped 100 x 150" lot with
AREA Quick sale trees. VA loan priced to sell many Im- 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue. Idyl wild I THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
3 brms. 2 baths, new FHA, $26-
by owner. Immaculate 3 BR. 2 mediately. FR 26366.
3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
bath. CCB walk to new School 000.
MODERNAIRE MODELS
deadend Terms to responsible BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 SHADOWLAWN $14,350
party. Price $14.000 376-8741 or br, 2 bath CB house less than 7 S.W. 26th Street. Corner lot :3 ESTATESF.
3724874. 1 yr. old. FHA & VA approved. brms. 2 baths. $17,900.
shaded lot, no Immediate neigh- D. OLIVER THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
2 BR home on corner lot low down bors. Phone 374-0734. 1244 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms. 2 baths, OFFERING

payment $60 per mo. Located at LOW DOWN PAYMENT and financing P K. Yonge area $21400. Individual Styles For You MODELS $13,000.
331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy
already arranged. Three a) Well planned living areas
Rldgell 312.4125- West Hills. 2 story, 7 brms 6 baths
Bedroom home built 1960. BuiltIn 9 Quality material & workmanship
lot, $45,000. FHA and VA Walk
large
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB, tile bath range and oven. Large cor to elementary
carport and utility room. $9,000 ner lot. Outside City limits. Owner 0 A community you would be
lot. 3
Drive. Comer
23rd
10 S.W. and
moved. Call ALACHUA REAL. junior high
$250 down. US month. Phone FR TY brms. 2 baths, air conditioning proud to live In
ASSOCIATES 374-2448.
23355 days. $35,000. Drive West on NW. 39th From $400 down

2103 NE 12th Ter. by owner, 3 1005 NORTHEAST 6th STREET by Ave. past the Glen Spring Intersection Better living and
bedroom 2 bath, CCB-house. Den owner 3 BR. 2 barhs. sep. dining SIS N.W. 36th Avenue. An estate ofa See sign on left.

and family room carpeting and 7 room closets Irg., air kit-conditioner screened, porch built- home and guest house. $32,000. FR 2-0844. From $79 per month resale value.
air conditioner extra Irg. fenced
in cedar chest back yard ter- 534 N.E. tth Avenue. 3 brms. 2
3V blks from schools
yard race. Paved streets. sidewalks baths. lovely Interior, good financing Drive N.W. 16th Avenue N.W. 38th Street
$15,000 appointment terms. Call FR 6-7962 for Call FR 29459 or FR 4-4140. $15,000. RENT RECEIPTS west on to turn

NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 Br col- OWNER BR home transferred corner lot.attractive Highland 3 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms 1 PRESENTINGIn left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.

onlau hardwood: floors fireplace. Court Manor, paid pool membership bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120
Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa- young executive area another
,
low equity, VA Loan
tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11- $93 mo. 2721 NE 11th Ter. FR pay.6- 14 S.W. 32nd Street, :3 brms 2 GOT YOU DOWN ? FINE custom designed &
500. FHA. $72 per .mo. Including 9709. baths, excellent location 31500. built home.Featuring. 'Paint the down paymentif
taxes and Ins. FR 2 2734. : fireplace, air
FOR SALE BY OWNER, 3 BR, 2 Wlnot. 3 brm. 2 bath home on conditioned.
4 BR. 2 bath, CCB. A-C Ig. utll. bath, cen. air cond. and heat.Palm Lake paneled family
& tarn rm.. near elem. school lake front. 23500. room kitchen a dream
& Boys' Club. $13.500. $450 dn. yr. old.View FHA Estates approved less than large 1 2 brm 1 bath. ( Buy For Less Than Rent at with luminous ceilings & you so desire
Lake Lak-a-wana.
plus closing. 372-9714. I pantry, 3 BR 2 bath fences,
shaded Immediate
lot no neighbor -
Sand bottom lake, $14,000.
FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA owner transferring 4037 i patios & many other extraordinary
Court Manor)
approval you can have Immediate N.W. 18th Place. Phone 374-0734. GLADYS SMITH I Highland Ideas. Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048

possession and ownership of LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD area ,
the best value house for sale In 3 BR. 2 bath, llv.! din.-kit. Fam. Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr.
Realtor
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air Rm. central heat gas fireplace. I If you have nothing more than a stack of WIMBERLY ESTATES
conditioning. Paneled family room well landscaped shady yard and 122S W. University Phone 372-5393
loining living-dining area for extra Attractive patio. $600 dn., $105 Associates: Anna Hinson receipts to show for monthly rent let us show NW 36th Ter. eff NW 39th Ave. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS
spaciousness. Electric range mOo FHA, by owner. 533 NW 34th Carolyn Noyes Open Sundays. at 2:00 er by
and dishwasher. Back yard completely Dr. 372-1145 day. 372-4537 night. Virginia Powers you how you can own your home for the appt. 37] 5619.
enclosed by 7 ft hedge.
Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at =-"_-... -..._--__IIIIIIIIIRlrl..ulllllllllll.!! same price or less. Payments start at less
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2213 NE Tth ,
WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT than $80 per month, including insurance and -

3 bedroom home for $9500 complete i COMPARE i taxes. Interest is tax deductible too and
payments $53." per mo.
Includes insurance and taxes. Ph. you'll be building equity in your own home. THIS SUNDAY 2-8
376-4957. or write 241f N. E.
10th Ter.. Bob Shaff in. THESE HOME VALUES I See one of our courteous salesmen for further pm

FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer information. No obligation of course.
,
equity In 3 BR. 2 bth builtinkit. 1 1511 BEFORE YOU BUY I Ie LOCATED 28-HUNDRED BLOCK OF N.W. 34TH STREET

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terrazzo floors cen. heat.
Phone 376-4779.

ATTRACTIVE 2 BR. Fla. Rm., tile mufw=mofInmmmwwfflfflmhIH aTM 14 Models from $13,400 $18,200
patio. CB home. N.W. $5890 per SAVE'
mo. Furn. or unfurnished. 374-4329 VA (
Down )
or FR 26667. following are ready for 11 Nothing $100 Closing

FOUR BR. 2 bath all brick home. occupancy.

Oak floors. completely built-in- I 9 ____.m ..
kitchen contains many other built. 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. i=
in features cen. heating and air The following Is now under "Monticello"This
Fabulous
cond.. 1680 sq. ftIg.. finished I I construction and will be ready 4 BR. 2'A baths $2990 dn., E See the
garage easily converted Into famIly for occupancy soon $16 per mo. @
Week At The
room. $21900 South Idyl- B
wild. Phone FR 4-4S49. 3310 N.W. 30th '1. _
3320 NW 30th Ave. PARADE OF HOMES
1 3 BR. 2 bath MO dn. $$7E
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BY OWNER NEAR ;
3 BR, 1 bath. 1500 d n. S77.
WOOD SCHO Ig LR. family room. built In

kitchen. CENTRAL& HEAT.AIR$1000 CONDITIONING and I i AUGUST 9-16 1964
assume mtg Call 374-2927 303 SE 38th St. )I
9 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $&4 c
3 Br. 2 bath CCB cent. heat and Norwood per me.
air condo 100 x 160 Lot. 1900 fi
aq. ft. paneled family room fireplace = .. 12 Beautiful Homes by 12 Leading Builders
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State 372.9896. E Co-Sponsored by SOcDIRECTIONS:
ALL OUR HOMES ARE 'j 1 Admission
S Bedroom. 1 bath CCB, carport &
"H" Inc.
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY l' Drive West 01 University er
utility room. fenced back yard. Gainesville Home Builders Assoc.
Patio. Handy to Schools and Uni SEEING ANYTIME IF Builders & Developers Donation JuniorWoman's
versity. S7SO down payments'. We Trade Homes YOU WILL JUST CALL. I 16th Avenue. Turn right
$49.75 or $9.000 cash. 930 N.W. Soles Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. eriawt Gainesville Junior W omen'I Club i Club7e Charities
55th St. FR 49415.ADVERTISE 1123 S.E. 4th STREET (North) ow N.W. 34th St.

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Monday, August 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13 I

35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for Salt I 42 Farms & Acreage 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.

6$ Misc. For Sal. 83 Motorcycles fr Scooters 85 Automobiles Sale

I INDEX I MUST SACRIFICEMy E5meTBR. IVi bath CCB I 14 acres N. W. 39th Ave. TWO bedroom 1 bath. 303 SE 81h fO

nome Assume mortgage. Low I 12 acres N.W. St. $90 per month. Call 376-4617. WE hal several name FOR SALE mel 50 Honda motor Iiii3TUDCBAKER Commander
four month old 4 BR 3 bath 7'/4 acres S. W. $7450 g ban ;
equity. $84 Mo. Dead end St. $12 each. bike miles per gal.
top cond.
ONE or longer. 3 BR. 1 bath ut S Vein Body tight
home on a beautiful 1'acre corner year ;
1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 23855. 20 acres N. W. 5800 all or singly. NE tlth Excellent condition. $145.
lot modern with S110 per mo. 507 NW 34th Ter. .0 196 clen. ne work.
very everything transmisi
230 within
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE II acres 5 ml. of city of Ave. FR Rackley
to make living a Comfort. BLACK ACRESPRICED Gainesville $300.00 per acre. Phone FR 2-2344. 2-S7. 372.8 _115 2-7.

1 la MemerlsM .1 Wanted I. BT Located at NW 60th St. t NW Call Mary Moeller Realtor TWO BR. 1 bath kitchen equipped. TAPPAN CIO. controlled 20-inch ONE new Bridgestone scooter at '57 CADILLAC Coupe DeVllle, low
I Card .! Tbaaka. a 13th PL WesthUs.' Ph. 372-2413. TO SELL BY OWNER. I oven burner with ab.1 deaLers cost. S at I4lf Haw mileage air conditioned,
TV antenna.
$99 No good
Maefclaerj S
Teals Itt W. UNIVERSITY FR 4-4471 per mo. pets. rtir
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S Last A. Will be open all day Sunday or bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood This week the Ro 9.- --cry clMn-
fa E Drive 5.
BalWtnt JffaterUUI by 431 N E. 10th St. Ph.
4 P.rm..&lUi Sertkea shown by appt. floors, central; heat, air-cond. Fr 30-gallon gl.s. lined S76-421.; Cal M.y.
Hensebold 376-5917. 1959 200 cc, excellent
Goods
tUap units, electric and 43 Colored Property DUCT
I Travel Inform& range drapes. water r See Full-
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S .cUI Netleea AntIquese5 MU. Fr 5 Lot 110 x 120 with shade trees. 3 BR 1 bath home, SW section No gas 376-S3 1 S.W. 1st Ave Phone II. 1 1957 Chevrolet, v-8, station wagon,
Sato 3125 W. HOMES FOR SAle 3-12. radio heater automatic
.1 YlortstSB M Univ. Ave. FR 4-4427. students. trans.
n Trailnf Posts For appt. call 372-5433. T-V antennas. $3 single stack, i Power S 1. 8.
Baby Sitters. cut Care I J & 3 Bedrooms SE 14tn St. & 5 Excellent
I FUces '1'. Ce A.4 U Articles Wanted =: SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. housein double stack, $1300 complete 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR iI Bet offer 376-2771. co
minis Te BeeAUTOMOTIVE es 1'11.1 oil woods LI ITLEWOOD JWK ment. Some small down pay. Alachua $12.50 per week. CallE. Jim Voyta. 419 NW 1 Ave I '54 OLDS

19 Baste Marine EliaS,. Charm and simplicity 'In this home ment. Monthly payment $57 to D. Floyd ft 4421(71 or 442- Now Specializing In Ladies' Better Tune Ing connrtlble, radio power, "eer
up i
71 Camp Bunt. Fish = 3 Br, 2 bath, designed for gracious $45. Also homes built on your 1579 anytIme.UNFURNISHED. Dresses. Close Buys. Sizes I CONDITIONING, performancetest. extra good top & times. heter.:
n Office Eqcipraeot 3728404NORTHWEST tot for no down payment.Call o $: : CII :176
living. Beautiful setting In 2 bedroom home. through 54. $3 El. Exceptional All end models 3407 after S:00.
:s Airplane Sales-Hentala 73 Muleal Merchandise has TOMMY R IDG ELL Values. DIXIE
landscaped yard. The price SUPER
22nd STREET address Builder Phong FR J-4125 $110 per mo. Call 376-7444. of Chrysler built cars. tawsIPor 1961 TEMPEST.
:* Tratka far Sale been reduced. Near Llttlewood DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave 4 dr.. straight
Wanted on this utterly charming CAN'T FIND A RENTAL Motor Co.. Air stick tires excellent running -
W Tracks REAL EST A FOR SALE I and Westwood school. nue. go
M Track FI Trntk Seattle Ti Moeller 6-4471 two bedroom house. All rooms 43-1 COLORED RENTALS Buy my low equity. 2 BR. all appliances tioning Servicing Center. 204 N. cndo Private owner

"* Trailer Beatals n Mobile Homes far Sale Call Mary Ire spacious, fireplace, panel included $45 monthly TWO horse tandem horse trailer, Main St., Ph FR 2.21. i NW 5' St. Ph. 376-0. 5
ling pleasant drive by 3130 NW 10th St. Phone brakes, saddle compart
porch. Available
U MeUrejeles Seeotcra U: Lois let bats g STEPHEN FOSTERSee NOW RENTING 374-143 eleri rubber mats on floors SPECIAL auto paiti 2995. Automotive I 195S ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe,

14 A.U .bl]. Bepalra S4 Wat orfr.nt Property e this charming home with e soon. FHA commit COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex Price $500. repair tunP. red with red
U Automobiles (or Bale U Bouts For tale 8 beautifully landscaped lot. Yours ment. Shown by appointment apartments, large living and 3 BR. 1 bath, complete kitchen 3.2. Miller & Sons, 732 NW 1st St. !tow must Interir. Leavinl

M Swap Care 24 Cettacea For Sale for immediate occupancy. 1701 only. Exclusive dining area modern kitchen with near schools and shopping center. WALNUT bedroom suite Including Phone 372-7915. 6 .

ST Seal Estate ExekaAfe 5_ N. W. 39th Ave. listing. fan large storage closets terraz10 For Information call Manaro's twin beds manres. & boxsprings $ CHEVY Beleir hard. radio, !

EDUCATIONAL iS Real Estate Wanted Call Moeller 6-4471 floors. tile baths, space heat. Restaurant. FR 2-4490. chest. dbl. 85 Automobiles for Sale heater V4, ., new ;

It Prat-fta A iBstreeUeei S. Oat .! Town Property Mary J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency er and hot water heater, facilities : 2 BR unfurn. house. 4431 NW 13th dresser with framed mirror WSW. tires. Can be seen at 6C8
table N Main
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night dining table with St.
U Mule. D........ 40 Easiness Pro.ertiee I I IDYLWILD 31 N. Main FR 2-1404 for washing machines and St. stove refrlg. & heater turn. leaf & 4 chairs. Air CADILLAC 1955 red convertible,
41 Residential paved streets. See at N.E. 26th conditir. SOME
Wu&H-lucnu.a Income $70 per month. Call FR 6-2641 bank and Finance
M snack tables I arm fully with new $300. Com I
CS Farms Acreage IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY I Ter. er call for appointment 372- FR 4-2930 ask for Mr. Haynes. 372-1830. C.I See pow.r Stat. top pony r.pseslos Financing
43-1 Colored Property Sales 5 Idylwild 3 Br, 2 bath modern MERRILLNEW 5321 or 372-S322. TMo of / / financed.
EMPLOYMENT kitchen near new Elem. school. TWO BR 1 bath. stone and concrete WE WANT TO buy late model used S. Main 4h Af. All cars stored at 4431 N. W.

17 Werk Wasted Male RENTALS i 2.000 so. ft. The price Is reduced LISTING 44 Cottages for Rent house. Freshly painted refrigerators. Exceptionally High 1954 OLDS s hadop. power steer. 4th St. Cars must b sold i
1C Wark Wanted Female see 4012 S. W. 19th St. 3 bath 3 or 4 bedroom walls Inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady trade-ins now given. Ing and cond. $125 August 1
14 Sales Help Wanted 43 Colored Property Rentals IU Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 Inside masonry and home out. just 2 air rePainted THREE bedroom, 2 bath house on yard. No children or pets. WILSON'S EXCHANGE or best offer. Dr. Kassel, 374- '54 Pontiac. $75 I

15 Help-Male .r Female l'.uacea I.r LeLS E conditioning units. double c. r. Silver Lake near Keystone. $50 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6. I 3211. ext. 5592. '5 Ford $295

LI Male Help Wanted 41 arolshed Apts. 5 SIDNER LANIER port laundry facilities and large week or by month. 37 -2615. 'I 3BR, 2 bath house cen. heat; CITIZEN RADIOSNew ASSUME balance 1942 Chevrolet .5 Chevrolet, $150
Ford,
I Dramatic 46 Unfurnished Apia. S Brick 3 Br, Fla. room parquet corner lot. ONLY $1,500. DOWN 2 BR house Lake Santa Fe private $ISO per mo. 3 BR 2 bath house, BAD Impala, 2 dr. hardtop, excelet 51 Buick.$150$495

11 Female Help Wanted 47 Houses for Real Farm.4S == floors, Dbl. car port.INVESTMENTS. dock & boat Call 37-32&1. ext. cen. heat & air cond., $175 per Complete line of 16 suppliesFULLER'S I condition. Call Jones 376531. '56 Dodge, $150
fleeces for Rent Cnf,.. = SUBURBAN Immaculate 3 bed 2523. mo. 3 BR. i bath house $75 per '
I FARMS tf LIVESTOCK 41 Roontk for Rent = room 1V4 bath split level home I mo. FR 6-3401. FOTO INC 5 Buick 4 dr. hardtop auto, 5 Chevrolet wagon 1175

2t Fcrra Equipmentn M Hotel Booms |f can be bought under FHA for RENT modern furnished cottageson Alt W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-71 power steering & brakes TRUCKS
5 acres adf. new V. A. Hospital $700. down payment. Lake Santa Fe by week or 2 Bedroom house Waldo Road. GOLF -bag, 2 I Irons radio heater. $250. Call 374-3825. 1953 Ford pickup, $175
Feed Fertilizer SI Misc. RentaleSIA glove
= Archer Rd. 1I1S NE. $50 Mo. Call FR 22277. ws. 1957 Ford
4 $495
acres on season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co., Pikup.
Zt LUttUck BnppUee Wanted 1'. Rent = and balll FR '
44 acres on Rocky Pt. Rd. 1. 6.568 41 CORVAIR Club Coupe new 195S 4 -
IDYLWILD Chewol
Call us to sec this : FIVE room house for rent kitchen after yadcpacit.
Sell St
!, Landscanlax Tip Boarders Wanted Call Moeller 6-4471 1 BEDROOM cottage on Swan :0 WSW tires perfect $995. $495
Mary beautiful conditio
M Feta SnppUea 63 Office Desk Bpaee H three bedroom two Lake furnished. Rent $25 week furn. shady yard $55 per mo.
NEWI Sofa bed and chair 5995. Call or 37- 16 WllyS Jeep pickup 4-wheel
bath house with et.
central 119 SE 372.57 531. 42.
5th Ave.
heatingand Inquire at 1025
.1 UTCiteek WantedFINANCIAL 64 Bnsinesa KentaJs S 'til Sept.. then $45 Mo. FR 2- Platform $12.98. Used TV's drIv.
NEAR GAINESVILLEGather air conditioning plus many 1352 or GR 5-5220, Melrose. NE 3rd Ave 4-4703 $15 re 1953 O.wrol.t. 2 dr. business couP. man In the See
and extras. up. refrigerator 35. shift, good buiding.
the family together see
SERVICE Cnditio" or call Mr. Thomas r,
PRIVATE, clean cool, 1 bedroom Hollywood beds WilliamsService D.I
this spacious home with 4 Br, 3 49 Rooms For Rent 1.9S Phone 374-9707 or 37580. 0005. n
M Business pppertnJtlee 23 Special Services For sale ATTRACTIVE I bedroom masonry trailer. Select setting. Water Center. Rd. F
landscaped yard.
bath
17 Moses U tea 23 Home Improvement Fla. home with central heat, built-in yard and trailer maintenance 3723937. 1942 THUNDERBIRD. air conditioned '43 OLDS F- 5. Excellent
Melrose, ROOM
trade. with bath & kitchen I.del
M orifices 24 Rsdlo XT ServiceAppliance or oven and range, dishwasher, disposal furnished. On bus line. Use of tel TWIN rdio. full power, good cnditio See Unlver-
mattress, matchIng
Innerspring -
6-4471
Call Mary Moeller privileges, working lady or graduate tires. $ equity and take lowpayments.
(I Honey Wantadtffimnn1HuInuLILI..jIIllfflllllullh1llllffluJ U 4k Fnrnltnre and extra kitchen cabinets ephone. Adults only, no pets box spring, headboard. $39.95. up Bank
Just listed for sale at less the please. $55 Mo. FR 1-9838. 4611 lady student preferred. Car FR 2.210 or FR 2-
slightly used. Repossessed solid
replacement ONLY necessary. 376-4452 after 6 P.M. 0943. 1957 CUSTOM Royal Dodge 4-dr.
MARY MOELLER cost. $!!, N. W. 6th St.
900. mahogany Early American living sedan. power steering, will sell
ROOM for 2 boys, $45. for single I furniture. 1943 2-door. blue S
room Comet. cylinder, reasonably. Car at 531 SE 2nd PU
35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Solo REALTOR i 45 Furnished Apt. $35. Good location. 105 NW 7th 402 S. Main FR I standard shift. Radio, heater, FR 2.2582.
1-7
$300 DOWN-ATTRACTIVE 1 bedroom Ter. Phone 372-0607. .
101* W. University FR 4-4471 home with built. KING size mattress S. 2 box Assume plyent. FR 2.23
FURN. 2 BR house with a living masonry LARGE 1 BR ept. 305 NE 4th St. ATTENTION MALE STUDENTS 87 Automobiles Wonter
ASSOCIATESE. in oven and range carport and springs complete $149. BY owner clean 57 Cadillac,
combination. large I II after 5 P.M. weekdays. No sing double
kitchen at reasonable
room rooms rates,
JWK W. Moeller Foster Kessler utility room. Just one year old. I le students please. 4 drawer metal chest; $12. Fleetwood. air conditioned, heater
Fli., rm. carport uttt. rm. on 1 Dick Durbin NW Section. REASONABLE kitchen liv. room, maid service all power. Call after ':00 CARS WANTED, t95u-54 Fords
acre of land. 1 ml. from Magnesia I MONTHLY PAYMENTS. ONE 6. TWO bedroom trailers Included. FR 22726. COX WAREHOUSE P.M. 374-3971. & Chevrolet A Her Sr

Springs. $8500. Phone 481-2471. 372-8404 I water furnished. No pets. Phone LARGE room for men for rent 602 S. Main FR 2-7 ice St.ti 96 St.fOR .
-_ FOR SALE 1957 Belair Chevrolet
I FORDYCEREALTOR BLACK ACRES Priced at the FR 25633. single or double access to showers REMINGTON electric typew r ter. 1950
TRANQUIL setting under massive also Chevrolet pickup.
REDFRANKSREALESTATE shade trees FHA valuation of $17,500 This NICELY furnished convenient and refrigerator. Phone FR good Coii $100. Call after f Call FR 29738. 1935 N.W THE
on over an In
acre spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry downtown area. $75. Adults only, 2-1911 or 372-1 US. 416 N.E. 2nd P.M. 3-63 175.Ave COREC
Kirkwood. Gracious masonry home Is a real buy no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music; Ave. 3th TIME
residence central heat. two ONLY $700 DOWN Store. 1 rebuilt lawnmower, 2 rebuilt 2 1953 FORD for sale. Runs good. .

baths three bedrooms PLUS NICE furnished room convenient to H.P. Briggs engines. 1 elec.' Im New battery. Phone FR

MODERN CUSTOMBUILT home of another bedroom end bath BEAUTIFUL $1200 DOWN will buy this lovelyold FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE University and downtown. Phone pac wrench. at 141* Haw ',5 FR 2-1411

the Frank Lloyd Wright school In for guests a relative or landscaped corner lot In Wood- 4 bedroom 3 bath two story BEST FR 2-2815. Road. 1962 Ford 500 XL convertible. Airconditioned
picturesque natural setting. 3 Large, well furnished air conditioned bucket seats. Courtesy Of
for a study. By home In the NE Section. ONLY 21,0
ap. land Terrace. 3 bedrooms 2 NICE downstairs corner room, closeIn
BR. 2 Bath sunken LR with 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location SET of Evening Star wedding actual miles. Ph. FR
$16,000 CALL US NOW. 2-t2.
pointment Ex baths. and
only. Refrigerator range off street parking, antenna ; ; Chevrolet
University
DISTINCTIVE. Only $125
fireplace. couple only no pets
elusive listing.J. washer. Only 17500. Call For- fort 531 SE 2nd PI Ph. 377-2H2. rings. Phone FR 6-0219.!
$1,000 Down plus c.c. & appx. 376-1234. per mo. Ph. 372-4957. N. Mn'nSr. at 16thAve.PAINT .
$135 per mo. Call BILL HARRIS dyce John Merrill MOVING, must sell furniture, appliances Value Rated
Call us for the rental you need.
W. 51-A Wonted To Rent
376-0817 or :376-2927. Kirkpatrick Agency TILE FURNACE FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC. and car cheap. Phone

31 N. Main FR 28404 air conditioning. Paneled living Realtor REALTORS 374-1778. Used Cars
FOUR bedroom home under $90
MAKE AN OFFER on this nearlynew room, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, screened 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 5% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES.For .
3 BR. 2 bath home with Central In Gainesville by Sperry employ.ee
heat & Airconditloning. built- YOU CAN BE SURE porch large closets. Wooded MULTIPLE PHONE FR LISTING 2-1494 1 bedroom. $75 per month. 3505 with 6 school-age ,children. those interested In learning B&G MOTOR CO.
In Call For.
lot NW. 25500. ceramics. classes held
in stove oven & dishwasher. Entrance ASSOCIATES9&ARCELLA N. W. 17th St. Call McKinney Phone GR 5-5043. ar every
376-123&. & F .
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foyer. Large LR. separate dyce Green Realtors. FR 2-3617. evening I Cadillac Oldsmobile
1 NO WAITING. PARDI WILL exchange Sept. luna nicely : CERAMICS t
$750 down and
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roM JOB
DR Florida room with fire W.H.BUCKHANNANFRED ts : NW 13th St.
WALNUT furn. 3 BR house. Key Biscayne FR 2001
place. Nice lot In prestige neigh- move right Into this neat 3 BR. Want to share apt. with man In 6-5. I
below 1 Bath CB home at 527 N. W. paneling fireplace walk-In clos 20s. Will be Jr. In Eng. Do not Fla., near school & beach for
borhood. Can be bought replacement
cost with reasonabledown 34th Drive. Only $12,000. Stove.I ets. 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. 1.900 want to pay more than $35 plus house In Gainesville area. Infer MILLIONS with of rugs have b cleaned .. --- -- --

payment d assume exist Ref. I, Dishwasher Includ@d. sq. ft. Large lot. $27,000. Low utilities 376-0948. motion Clifford, 376-2411 Tues. & Blue Lustre. Aer.lea's $9095
21350 down FHA. Convenient NW down payment. Call Fordyce, 376- Wed. finest. Rent electric Iham GAINESVILLEAUTO
financing. Call MYRTLE LAS-
ing BR furn. & two 1 RR
2 apartments si. McDaniell
location. 3 BR. 1 bath. Hits lot, 1236. pr
liTER 3764817 or 372-7943. I paved St. Close In. ARNOLD trailers for rent, lights A water 53 Office-Desk Space ., Gainesville Shopping Center. SALES

3-BRAND NEW 3 BR, 2 bath CB FURNISHED Included. By week or month. Sec NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera
Claude M. Red Franks. Realtor N. Main St.
Myrtle Lucifer Associate home et 3649 NW 16th Ave. Cent. 3 bedroom home with many fe.., Bill Johnson Mlcano Y, FILFOR OFFICE space for rent including Automatic 100 with flash. Reu 1007

W. E. "BI....' Harris Associate A-C & heat. Large family Room. tures. Located in a friendly neIgh- RENT furn. 2 BR mobile central heating. air conditionIng lar $14950, August special SI'. Phone FR 2.6313 At

Elec. kitchen. Half acre lot. Low borhood. 1,200 sq. ft. Living area. REALTORFINLEY home, private lot. 2019 NW 32nd utilities and private parking Ph. 376-12. 1021 W. Univ. Northcentral Florida's HAWESPOWERSBODY
down payment will buy. SEE Call Fordyce. 376-1236. PI. FR 6-1180. $55 per mo.I lot. 111 SW Third St.

REDFRANKSREALESTATE NOW. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY, INC. Largest SHOP
4-LOW DOWN PAYMENT and $90 Bedroom. furnished apartment.Nice .
54 Business Rentals Dealer
per month will buy this lovely FORDYCEASSOCIATES AREA clean.; $85 month. Lights HOUSE full of furniture, everything Inepndent 611 S.W. 3rd St.

3 BR. 2 bath home In NW. Cent. Gracious three bedroom two bath and water (urn. 617 N. E 6th must go. dishes tools, toys records - -
7 NE. 1st St. Ph. 376-0817 Built-in Kit. St. FOR LEASE FR 20538CRANE
heat. INC. residence on a large beautifully bks. etc. Drive out N W.
Multiple Listing Realtor shaded lot In exclusive Florida EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 Modern air cond. suite of offlc s. 16th Millhopper Rd., now

NOW RENTING Grace Fordyce Broker Park. Large kitchen living room month. Phone 446-3448. Downtown location, near court 43rd. Turn right, V mile to sign. BARKLEYMOTORS -
UNIVERSITYREALTY Associates: and Florida room. with fireplaceand house and federal building. Ph. FR 47047.YASHICAMAT.
NEW Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden landscaped patio. $29,000 with TWO bedroom trailer. Ideal for 372-7943 or 6-0817. I
automatic ,
O. C. Gay Dick Banks good terms.LOW couple or 2 students, very quiet. camera
Furnished one bedroom air conditioned Frances Hough Sarah Goulden'PARRISH Phone 3721521. SE 72nd St. STORE building, 20 X 30 ft. available field case & 3.5 mm. lens. New
apartments. Ready for at 620 S. Main. $50 per $50. Also other equipment. Phone
occupancy August 15th and 3724351W. DOWNPAYMENTTwo N. W. 2 Br.. Kit. Eq. $90.00 mo. Call John Merrill. Realtor.FR .
Ph. GAMEBARKLEY'S
1115 N. Main St. 372-23. "IN THE AUTO -
21494.
bedrooms with a fireplaceand MARY MOEllER. REALTOR
September 1st. M. Munroe. Realtor 59 Ford LINCOLN MERCURY
polar air $75. THE NAME"
1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372.9549 Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank large family room. You'll en- 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4 471 SMALL warehouse with platform tor Good condition. condioner.
Coy Thomas Roby Roy MeCann T. C. Douglas, toy the cool shade on this wooded trucks loading & unloading. In 4t21. 2201 N. Main St.
lot. Restful living on a quiet FURN. efficiency apt., water furn. Dryer. edger, barbecue 59
Jr. city limits. 1132 S. Main St. picnic FR BUICK Convertible
J street. Ideal for retired couple. $52 per month. 620 SE 4th Ave. Phone 373-8433 or 37&-4173, table large piece of plyboard. 2-47
PRESENTS Call 372-3522 for appointment '61
OKIE btdroom furnished upstairs another TniscriJenrw Kerns, l'Ul'
I OW. Seller wM pay )pan co))x a lrfmenf. bat and caW wafer 56 f. \tOpp t\\\\U WW H. t. 1% V'. I boor, HI p

fvrnlshH111 per mo. See at 412JiE I
(MMEOATE: OCCUCI&t\CV: can b4 I (JNCVERSOY LOCATION Itn St. CORNER GROCERY. due to irthealth >t'mu,) se)) upholstered I 'df CHEVROLET 4 d>.
COLOREDRENTALS had fnfs pleasant 3-6edroom I I Haeger lamp. VOLKSWAGENMILLER
on Charming 1 bedroom home on paved f '
masonry home on nice, large lot I street lit pleasant resIdentiaL I NICE clean I bedroom living rm.. long established profitable U; coHee. table, tft> Ironstone I 61 CHlVROLiT
In Florida Park. Walking distance section near U of F Campus. I kItchen. bath. Water furnished. grocery lor sale' at less than lamp $4 cement; bike racks, 75 I Convertible
assessed for taxes. Our loss
to Gainesville High and J. J. : Fireplace in living room. Large I Prefer men students. Phone FR be your gain. See at 1203 NW can cents each. FR Z-1. '
2-4545. 61 COMET 4 door
Finley Schools. screened porch. Many nice shade
5th Ave WARDROBE trunk, excellent condition ; -
trees. Separate garage. 13500. COMFORTABLY furn. 2 BR CCB $25.Phoe E '62 COMET 4 door
MASON MANOR. Neat 4-bedroom, cottage on clear sand bottom
2-bath home with central heatingand LIGHT AND COOLSoft lake. Call 376-5821 or GR 5-5217. 61 Wanted to Buy4Q.1 372-5850. '63 COMET 4 door

BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW alr-condltionlng. Lovely I fenced -! pastel colors and efficient central SEW NOW PAY LATER '
Electric stove.Must be in
good 64 COMET Convertible
makes !tfeal play
rear yard air conditioning make this EAST SIDE condition. Reasonably priced. Ph. on like new repossessed 44 I
UNDER CONSTRUCTION area for' children. Convenient to home a joy In hot weather. 3 FR 6-6746. model Select-O- Matic: Zig Zag BROWN '60 DODGE
,s<:hool.. bedrooms. 2 baths. built-in kitchen GARDENAPARTMENTS sewing machine. Does beautiful auo.'uo'

....... family room with fireplace.All CASH for your used appliances fancy stitches blind hemming 1030 E. Univ. 63 ENGLISH FORD
BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 sliding glass doors are furniture, clothing, etc. Call Williams buttonholes, embroiders m o no- FR
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t bedroom 2 bath home with liv- Thermopane Huge scree ned Service! Center, Hawthorne grams overcasts, raw edges sews 1-358 Anglia

ing room, separate dining room. porch. No city taxes or sewer $57 per month upGainesville's Rd. 372-3937 on buttons applque. etc. Need '62 FALCON 2 door
with fireplace love.ly
family room
assessment. $32,000. Finest reliable 4
modern built-in kitchen. Cen.tril pary payments 60 FALCON 4 door
64 Household Goods of Phone Credit
heat. Furnished or unfurnished Manager 3727480, United Sew- 1964 '
r 61 FALCON 4 door
Lovely 1 and J bedroom apart-
ARNOLDREALTY KENMORE AUTOMATIC. Washes ing Center.
PALM VIEW Estates. Attractive 4- ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone/ 376- rI '
FIAT
61 2 door
bedroom masonry home. Built- 6tIII well. $30. If interested, call 9x1 y RUG Atlas sewing machine

in kitchen units. Central heatingand COMPANY FR 2-5035. 621 N. W. 34th Ter- new GE Iron, antiques, steamer I '61 FORD 4 door

air-conditioning. Reasonable Multiple Listing Member 46 Unfurnished Apts. race. Allen Hayes. trunk cooking; utensils, dishes, 2

financing. 1219 West Univ. Ave. 372-3522 FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30 card tables folding chairs, server FORD I 63 FORD 4 door

Jane Caldwell Pete Sieg GARAGE apartment air conditIOned. gal. with gas heater attached also trays sm. table etc. Ph. 473- II 63 MERCURY
UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodg. stove and refrigerator furnished 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete 4150 Keystone Hts. for Informs.tim. I
side restricted subdivision of acre Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo $50 month. 113 NE 20th with gauges. 2 crane shal- Breezeway
; per
lots. Paved streets. Inside lots Jimmy Greene Walter E. Stoddard low well pumps. Inquire Lewis I '
S3950 corners $(,250. Outside city St. Jewelry Co.TA.G. FORMICA top 21 x 24" boards for 57 MERCURY

limits, thus NO CITY TAXES. 40 Business Properties 2 BR unfurn. apt. 216 SE 9th St., end or kiddIe table, fish cleaningor CLEARANCE Hardtop
APPLIANCESTested cutting board. etc.
Married G'wle
kitchen equipped. cou- $ '
RANCHETTE homesltes too. Approximately and Guaranteed Auto Top Shop. 62 METRO
FOR SALE fully equipped restaurant ples, children: & pets welcome. $45
10 acres each. Located small Investment, buildingfor per mo. plus util. Contact M. L. 42 Refrigerators from $3? up '63 METRO
on Newberry Road with 9 Ranges from $39 up 70 Boats-Mirina Equip.
rent reasonable. Ph. 528-4281. Shea 372-4353 or 37 -2763 evenings.
2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan 320 feet on paved highway. Just H, t. Stell. Willlston 17 Washers from $19 upI '59 OLDMOBILE
Large living dining area Double compartment sinkS 8500.00 down. 5 yrs. on balance.M.M. SPACIOUS 1 BR apt. choice resI- Dryers from $4? up 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with SALE I '
61 OLDS F85
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds dential neighborhood, $45. Call FR 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0
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41 Residential IncomeFOR
a Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills 20992. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 3911 N. W. 7th St. 63 PEUGEOT

Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with crass andS SALE Completely furnish TWO bedroom duplex, partly furnished JIM 10 TV VOYLES Sets APPLIANCE from $35 CO.up '
PLYMOUTH
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Large double sliding door shrubbery ed 3 unit apt. house located $55 per mo. Call Mrs. 419 NW Sth Ave.Ph. 3725303 12 Plywood fishing boa Is.
closets Insulated Attic front of lot 95 x 200' at 115 N. E. Dunn. FR 8047.. $4950 Stotion Wagon
Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop PARRISH St. Price $15.500 net. Can be SOFA & chair coil springs dark SHAW
62 STUDEBAKERAir
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE Of INTERIOR COLORSTO financed. FR 6-4454. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. gray nylon tweed. Boucle recently THE TACKLE BOX I
reupholstered. Like new. $75. Conditioned
BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For .
ONE house, 3 units, completely fur
INC.H. Ph. 3725847. The ( East Gainesville
& ASSOCIATES.
appointment call 372-5321 or 3275322Take Hill Helen Graham nished. Income $2700 year. NW 2 BR CB home fwrn.. on Swan Hear O '63 VOLKSWAGEN
Wayne Section, asking $15.000. Phone Lake. AvaiL Sept- $45 per Mo. USED Maytag automatic washer Check with Charlie
Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish 4-3825. for appt- FR 24352 or GR $&5. Phone 376-2905 after 5 P.M. & I '62 VOLKSWAGENStation
northeast Silt eve. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. 19 N.E. First Street. TeL No. FR Call FR 2171.

372.5375. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- 5-5720 Melrose. Wagon

lolning rental property. 200 ft. ONE bedroom house, suitable for 1 2 studio couches with bolsters. FOR SALE 14' Renegade sailboat

frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd person or couple only. $50 per brown newly covered, $20 ea. 1 yrs. old, fiberglass, excellent I
Ave. Will sell together or separately. mo. Hawthorne Road.. Phone FR 3024 NE 10th St. sails, beautiful condition. $450. FR KEETER

n52. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 2-4762. LEAVING town must sll. living 2-1052. CRANELINCOLN

SERVICESHome 2 Bedroom house also rooms for rm. furn. lamp, tables rug, beds FEATHERCRAFT 14'

rent. Nice QUiet neighborhood.Phone chests, Kenmore washer good elec. starting 25 h.p. rnabt.
42 Farms tf Acreage cond. kitchenette set, etc. MERCURY
Phone
/ FR 6-7577 trailer. $350. 3171 NW 12th Tar 238 W. University ,
376-1942. See at 4158 NW 6th St.
7 */2 acres, I 10 miles out. STUDENTS 10 room turn house Pl. 37&57. 516 South Main St.
CHEAP. Electric $2.5
refrigerator
decorated f ;
for rent. newly
$2000 cash single beds standing now. Lease gas apt. stove $5; 40* gas range 71 Camp-Hunt-Fish Phone FR 6-5371 FR 6-2425

And Business S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave. $30. See at 1405 NW 13th St.

4722000 Newberry, Fla. 9x I 12 TENT condition _
Call 495-2375. Archer. 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like se good ---- -----=
SO acres at $385 per acre, north of $80 Call 372-6081. after 5-30 PM. sleeps six. FR 2-2954.
FOR RENT 2 BR house In High
NW 39th Ave. Call W. H. Buck-
hansen coo John Merrill, Realtor, Springs partly turn. $50 completely 66 Misc. For Sal.Beallt.ful .
Mrs. Horace Llnch
fume $55. 72 Office Equipment
FR
2-1494.
Bookkeeping PlumbingSEWER 454-1834 High Springs. SEE YESTERDAY'SCLASSIFIED
walnut circular bar. 9'
WANT TO RAISE DOGS or what
INSTALLEDNEW have you. 5 acres 4 mL out livable ONE bedroom house for rent. long. with Rattan stools. Suitable Prices SlashedMaking
Phone 4722041. Newberry. for home or business. FR 2-4494.
GENERAL Bookkeeping. house. Dead
operatingand & used fixtures complete end road. Reesonable -
financial statements payroll plumbing service "81G" JIM for cash. 446-3130. REAL nice two bedroom furnished way for one of Florida's

records State and Federal tax I HUGULEY. Gainesville PiumbInq 140 ACRES cleared, modern 3 bed- house 2 adults or family of 3. Prices SlashedMaking complete office mach In.
returns. to shopping center, schools
Close
FR 2-1589 room home. tobacco allotment, companies.
FEDERAL BOOKKEEPING & I barn, tractor and equipment utility & church. 505 NW 14th Ave. $100 way for one of Florida's

TAX SERVICE UpholsteryUPesOLTER sheds some pasture. $34.000. per mo.376-2823.No single students or most complete. office machl n ecompanies. NEW AND USED SECTIONFOR

1251_ NW 4th Ave. 372-15111 $7.200 down balance ever 20 pets. Adding machines calculators, typewriters
years. THREE bedroom living room. dining cash registers, and check
your tumitwre a.1 room kitchen 3 porcnes $75 NEW AND USED protectors.FR .

: reasonable' prices. Call Sally.I FORDYCE t ASSOCIATES, INC. per me. In MclMosh. 1 Blk. West Adding machine, calculators. 7/a OUR

Bulldozing Experienced.N.vy urn Ter.Remodeling.FR e-rtlt. 4241 REALTOR of ..,. is m\ $. ct OalnesvVUe. writers portable and standard 3-093- 3777 H ttf St.(I

SMALL OcJ'( Olerf04
I toll trvftt.. Ptwn Hit dirt 371-74, lime, roc: Too I 73 Mu"cl MeechsssdssREPOSSESSEDORGAN ( 5 % AND 5 % SALE

newest and most FR 2-0943 2727 NW 4th St.

Landscaping'LANDSCAPE DO YOU NEED. Ftorma room. elL- luxurious apartment building .. REFINISHED solid mahogany I Baldwin Spinet organ with tone

tra room, more room, roof work, round table. Blond drop leaf table I cabinet. Also used B3 H.m

or maybe a complete new homer 11 LAKESHORETOWERS & 4 chairs. Reupholstered mond 2-41 note manuals. 25 note RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
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For a free estimate. & guaranteed trailer sofa bed. Single hollywoodbeds board wif 2 to cabinets.
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock I work. phone Carl C. chests, wash stands. slant pal Music

, Appliance Repair & of eil kinds.CREVASSE'S _:Waters. 372408.EXPERIENCED. front desk other household items. Co. G.insvil Shopping Center. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
NURSERY Nearly Nu Furniture Shop. 316 FR
Air Conditioning Landscape Co. CARPENTER N w. em Ave. :3764892.SEWING 2.5 --
Ft .nJl for trre fttlmttfLownmower Paint and repair lobs performed by I NOW LEASING ANTIQUE upright piano. good o -- -

, carpenter who loves hit trade, I MACHINE dition. Call 472-2417.

Serrice) CAU. FR 6-4901 144 Automatic twin needle zlg lIa TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP In new cabinet. Makes buttonholes Buy now for this falL
Pint In air conditioning and Appliance overcast eppltque s e t In choose Instant Ma t I CLEARANCE SALE
repairs. We sell guaranteed F dependable l_ Lawnmower Shop for fast and I Sewing Machine) Repairs I ICAu. stitch. fancy designs mends. etc. Gainesville fro Music cei.Center
service. 105 S. W.2nd .
washers refrigerators, etc month. Balance Ml-
FR e0247..Auto Ave." We sharpen Knives" settlors I .-4EWING MACHINE ER.I 1. U keirs per Sewing Machine .n CoIn ms 2i. 102 w. Univ. Ave. I

and. repair small electric VICE CO 811 W. University W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1575. WILL trnste to responsible party
Gloss motors.Sun Ave. ""1015. We repair an I ci. spinet or console 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
Makes Work fully guaranteed. NEW and used chain sw.aw Pick up payments Wur-
mowers, edgers. tampers, ligm p.n Spinet Piano, o back CONVERTIBLES SEDANS WAGONS

AUTO GLASS U our only Ui,,- Want Ads TELEVISION plat cable. Wi Briggs save $220. Wurlrtzer Organ with I ,

Milo Immediate Installation; Str.no n motors. sound & motion, pick up HARDTOPS
tree pickup delivery. Add Re.l. sales and service. ments we Have a piano to pay
beauty A value to your car.MAULDIP4S Get Results PICTURE TUBE Repair SPCML si Tol n NE any EARLS PIANO ff.. I
AUTO GLASS CO. per Inch plus $10 to Install most I4tfi Ave : I. 702 de.. 374-0031.
.,,;. Awl
m_P1W. 4tn St. FR 4-2558. tubes. I Year Warranty. Special '
jIf to operate
Recond-tloned TVs from S9 9V. e.e.c ...r.,"., TRADE your costly heater and UPRIGHT practice pa good Deal
THE VARIETY STORES P ,.>> ELECTRIC water GAS condition, owner .vi town, I "figure Your Own
Auto EquipmentHYDRAULIC Mortgage Broker > _E. 1st Ave. S4S f a new gUsslmed hot only s::1J66.PIAN
moee I
4 Technician's with 84 years experience .. tate. M '
with IN STORAGE
JACKS rebuliFi. MORTGAGE MONEY on all makes. 1< w.t.LP GAS. PROPANE.cost stored TAKE FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
OUR
Walker exchanged Jacks.; Repair kits tor 25 SV* per cent _Interest. Terms tej j[I QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES __ Ti: "__ --=-1 ARCHER ROAD. FR ..510 locally. Reed-like new Responsible
authortzed
Walker Hydraulic Factory; iacService BUY years.- BUILD REFINANCE, & SERVICE LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: DOWUNO'S UPHOLSTERY on'pr U t.k et bigsaving DEDUCT 10% .'. .. .. .. 000.00
I AD Channel Antenna Kit S1495 bela.Wrn.
Agent.HULL'S BRAKE
Call money
SERVICE S. SUPPLY 1314 S. Dan Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE Swimming Pool Recreation Room C.ir, l as a I per N mt Dr. .Rome MIAC GL credit 13 Simpson

; Main Ftt t-1497 431ViN.W._ 19th Ph. 372-3177 Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat Free estimates pickup a d YOUR PRICE 00000

and conventional et lowest Central Air Cone! e) Laundry Facilities livery service. All work gf 16 ft. D oiti with
Service current rates. Terms to 25 .
Appraisal WINDOW CLEANIHG! Phone cn.n to H
years. Will. gladly discuss at no S Storage LockersPared Garbage Drop Chute J76-7 with new

'obligation. Call tomorrow.J. WINDOW Cleaned floors cleaned ParkJaf Areas Lighted SidewalksPHONE tires. $595. F R 6453LAutornotivi
FRED St. ARNOLD
IALTORREAL W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor and waxed houses washed. 10 S 3 Elevarara ADVERISE IN THE 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTY
31 N. Main .
ESTATE APPRAISAL St. Ph. FR 14494 yrs. experience Free estimates.Phon SERVICE
FR >-"UI .

W. UNIV.SIRYICSI21 AVE. Pa 372-3521 FRED REALTORFHA B. ARNOLD I 376.4456FOR SEE THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT

AND: CONVENTIONALLOANS

Sun Want Ads PRIVATE APPOINTMENT SUBLEASE 78 TRUCKS FOR SAL
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-3522 -
Sun Want Ads (24 Hour Service) Building at 15621PITERNATIONAL kt. e*.

GLADYS and conventional Smith Realtor.loans. FHA Low I i SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY 229 W. UNIV. AVE cellent$1195. citi 110 POOLEGABLE"1I19S.E.FIRSTAVE.

rates. Terms to 25 veers. 1228W. 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Next Door to P 2-3.
Get Results Unlvv Ave. 372-5393. : Get Results Flriel. 1952 Studebaker P. U. truck. Runs

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good $100 cash. Cat 374-3357.
F. H. A. I Cenv. Loan .- PHONE 372- ..nCLASSIFICATION
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. a. Butler Bros. BUILDERS PHONE 372-0440 FOR SALE OR TRADE. late 1941M

REALTORS d ton Ford ( Is Phone a"
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r Value of Freedom Noted' 'Toonerville'



ArtistGREENWICH Dies, Conn. (AP) Hutu Service Center

By Hoover on 90th YearNEW Cartoonist Toonerville Fontaine Trolley conductor Fox the


YORK (AP) -, Former Dr.Michael Lepore, said Hoov-I at the denial of "an equal is-Fox's dead.Toonerville Trolley car- One Stop Shopping For All Your Car NeedsAt

President Herbert Hoover, er's general health Is "good fora chance for our Negro population toons delighted American news- Discount-Low Prices.
marking his 90th birthday today man of 90." ." paper readers for 35 years.
He added, however: "Our 1*' He died in a Greenwich hospital -
says "freedom of choice"is Lepore said Hoover is mentally SERVICE
million American Negroes prob-, Sunday at the age of 80. 1
what made America great. alert and only his "roggedconstitution" ably own more automobilesthan It is said that Fox earned WHILE
has brought him all the 220 million Russians'more than $2 million from his
window YOU
is the
"Freedom
open through medical emergencies 1 ,
and the 200 million African Ne- drawings of Toonerville's ricke- IQUALITY
through which pours the sun- including an operation for can- groes put together." ty trolley and rollicking folks. _...r0- SHOP.Q' .
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light of the human spirit and of cer. They appeared from 1920 to 1955 W DISCOUNT l 1t' 1-

human dignity," he said. "With The Hoover apartment was Pair Pass in as many as 200 newspapers.

the preservation of these moral gaily decorated. There was a 1 I I' 1M
and spiritual qualities and with huge birthday cake shaped in Dental ExamsJACKSONVILLE PROPANELP.45
God's grace will come further the form of the Hoover Prome-
greatness for our country." nade at the World's Fair. Two
Gainesville men are among 170
The 31st President of the Unit- And the former president, always -dentists who have passed examinations -
ed states, in his home at the a baseball fan watched for licenses to practice -
Waldorf Towers, entertains four the opening of the doubleheaderat in Florida, the State Board HOTTER THAN
old friends at lunch today and- Yankee Stadium on television'of Dental Examiners announced NATURAL GAS .NYL
presides at a family dinner. Sunday and saw the ceremony yesterday. Cook & Heat Water

cables I in his honor.In James M. Dell III and Lamar Low Cost A.C U
Congratulations via 0 l
telegrams letters by the his statement, Hoover said, Hatcher Jr., both of Gainesville / C A 1 0oral. >
FR 65110MONEY H
the successful
is were among 170
thousands have been receivedby "among us there greater
Hoover. freedom for the individual man applicants. SP''ARK

and woman than in any other "'<>"':"

Nelson President A. Johnson Rockefeller and, along Gov. nation." 299.$3.8& t I Ia. ; PLUGS I Iall

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with governors of 15 other Hoover voiced "deep regret" I state. tad -,
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states, issued proclamations 0 ; uire"'entb:9:: \'t\ 10lAeets ," y
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designating today as Herbert \ Gnd S1' Set 8
Hoover Day.Hoover WATER and ICE TEA 1 ma tot,.bc"oi 01 u kle color, II/'Oft, i 01 for 1'9 ,

GLASSESFor 7'S r.'F6
who has survived a Motels fir Restaurants Just tell us how much Cash 24 Cash 24 : rebuilt lop Gild lit';: brandsf 'adory
series of illnesses starting witha SPENCECHEMICAL you need to pay old You MonthlyPayments You Monthly \ 'or guarant.ed.r
gall bladder attack in 1958 did bills, for home improvements Receive Receive Payments ;';
not see newsmen Sunday but issued -I I SUPPLY CO. car re$185.00 $11.00 428.00 25.00
pairs for all
FR 2-2186 your 269.00 16.00
537.00 31.00
a statement. His physician, seasonal expenses.
Phone for prompt 33800 20.00 600.00 34.39
courteous service. Payments include interest and principal
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EARL C. MAYand
LOANS UP TO $600 FINAL WEEK 'I
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Assurance Society F of Gainesville

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I TIC-1SI. TK177, TIC 2tSTK109 Automatically; rolls seatbelts Mow give your ear Hirid.titysound
TK101. TK214: TK when not ih ".vp.. frevents Compute" lut; include .
1", U-103. TK-157. TK-203. Antenna plus lead. scot belts from catch 5"' x 7" speaker, face grill 3- car quickly l ...>ilf and
I TK-167 TK-J67 TK-202. Other fits oil avto radios.BRAND ing in doors. Keeps seatbelts way doth. switch and _in",. safely. Heavy duly steel
Mrs. London sold both of her cars. But that wasn't the end Mrs. London sizes at similar savings. neat and clean: rosy t M..np for .11 l radio constvction.tIiTt4i.
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FILTER VOLTAGE CABLES
THIS ADVERTISEMENT COST ONLY 30< PER DAY CARTRIDGES66c REGULATOR AUTO MAT

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replacement cartridge*for MastAarricea AB steel centliMClIeo. fits atlAmeneon wife steel alEgcrtor damps.Can d.e rvbber. Avertablelor
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