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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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I immediately after the President's action:

I CrisisGets -Word of the events in North Viet Nam spread quickly: thought Mr. Johnson could handle VIet.Nam. better than

I 88 per cent of the public reported having followed the rapidly Sen. Barry Goldwater. This represented five points less than
l. .f ,k, ) moving developments; the remaining 12 per cent said the &136.per. cant lead Mr. Johnson had over Goldwater in
they were not acquainted with them 24 to 48 hours later. the Presidential race. Viet Nam was clearly an issue work.In .

; \ July before the turn of events, the Johnson adminimg for Goldwater. Today, Viet Nam has become a strong
stration was criticized by 58 per cent of Americans for the plus for Mr. Johnson; by 71-29 per cent the public believes

OKFor way Viet Nam was being handled. Today, the American Mr. Johnson will handle Viet Nam better than Goldwater.

By LOUIS HARRIS people have sharply revised this estimate to a 72 per cent The sudden and decisive events of the past week, trigger-

Fully 85 per cent of the American people stand solidly be- vote of confidence in the President's approach to Viet Nam. ing as they have equally sudden and decisive shifts in pub

hind President Lyndon Johnson's action in ordering an air -Before the attacks on U. S. naval vessels, public opinion lie opinion, illustrate two modern political facts of life: first,

11 strike on North Viet Nam PT boat bases, according to a just- was moving slowly toward favoring carrying the war to a vast advantage on foreign and defense policy issues remains -
completed survey of a cross section of the public. North Viet Nam. But a plurality of the public still opposed with the incumbent President; and second, as long

LBJ In a single stroke, Mr. Johnson has, at least temporarily, this step, fearing Red Chinese intervention. Now, those with as this country is not involved in another war of the magnitude -

turned his greatest political vulnerability in foreign policy opinions on t subject favor taking the war to North Viet of Korea, the public will rally to support the President
into one of his strongest assets. Nam by a majority of 2 to 1.

These key facts emerged from this special survey takenBefore the President's action, 59 per cent of the public (See HARRIS SURVEY, Pg. 2))




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NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) A ; $947.5
deadlock between Turkey and
CHINESE
Cyprus about Greek Cypriot 4- w y,, -L f, is v,,.. .KQ n, JETS

troop dispositions on the north Million
west coast today menaced the

peace U.N. auspices.restored shakily under REPORTED IN VIET NAMWASHINGTON C

Turkish air force jets main- JVctr'Program

tained reconnaissance flights.

Premier Ismet Inonu's Ankara (AP) The Nam. been flown over South Vietna.

administration was reported tai Pentagon said today a numberof "We now have indications," mese territory.He to Help

continuing military prepara- Chinese Communist jet fighters Sylvester said, "that a numberof was asked if U.S. Navy
tions to back up its demand ,' ;n ,. have been sent into North Chinese Communist MIG15s planes had been "scrambled"to Demo Campaign

that Greek Cypriot forces give -' Vietnamese bases. and MIG17s have been intro- meet Chinese planes at any
up three Turkish Cypriot vil duced into North Viet Nam. time. WASHINGTON (AP) The
lages they have occupied since Arthur Sylvester, defense Senate sent to President John.
< chief recalled that last "This has been expected for He said that it has been
last Wednesday and withdraw yf N press son today the $947.>mil1ion
an-
time because of known
some known for a long time that Red
4 .a. week Secretary of Defense Rob-
from their encirclement of the tipoverty bill designed to give
ert S. McNamara had said he preparations such as lengthening China had planes based on the work to idle
of Kokkina. and
port youth to help
of of airfields
in
runways island of Hainan the
introduce eastern
expected the Red Chinese to on low-income
Cyprus' Foreign Minister Spy- families get off re
ros Kyprianou declared the planes into North VietMrs. the Hanoi area. side of the Gulf of Tonkin.He lief.
Sylvester was asked if Chi said he did not know immediately
Greek Cypriot forces will never "-. Completing congressional action -
U nese Communists were flying
withdraw in the Kokkina area. k Bethea whether the U.S. the Senate accepted House
"Greek Cypriots are ready to the planes.He Navy planes have been sent up amendments to the original Sen

die to the last man or win. ," replied that the pilots to look over any flights by the ate version even though some

Kyprianou told newsmen on fly Sues Sun could be North Vietnamese, Chinese planes. were disliked by sponsors of the
for consultationwith ,..,, A2 trained in China, or "they could asked if bill. The Senate
ing to Athens i ii f :t" F" "u.*,, ,:,.j.tt:.'A.11ii ;# k49Ka,..Kea"S< Sylvester was any action was by
the Greek governmentabout very well be Chinese. additional U.S. planes have voice vote.Enactment.

the latest crisis. More.., of the. Same ,.. For Million? Sylvester said HA,*did not been deployed in view of the of the bill was a

U.N. Secretary-General U / know whether these Red Chi- arrival of Red Chinese planes in. major victory for Johnson who

Thant has said Turkey accepted Inadequate drainage systems in portions of Gainesville A $1 million suit for alleged nese planes are intended for air North Viet Nam. had given the legislation high

unconditionally the appealfor are providing repeat performances of scenes suchas defense or other action.In He said no, that this was un est priority in the closing daysof
a cease-fire but Western this one of Mrs. Glynn Markham in her yard at 20 libel has been filed by Alma'K. reply to another question, necessary because this con the session. It was opposed

diplomats in Ankara said it is SW 23rd St. after :yesterday's afternoon "shower." Bethea, supervisor of voting Sylvester said there was no evidence tingency had been considered in by Sen. Barry Goldwater, Re-

insisting strongly that the coastal (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) registration for Gainesville and that these planes have plans made some time ago.LANTAFF publican presidential nominee.
area be cleared of Greek Alachua County against the The money figures in the bill

Cypriot troops before the truce Gainesville Publishing Co., Inc., are authorizations. Congressmust
can be fully accepted. FOUR TAXPAYERS WIN publisher of the Gainesville Florida Blue Key vote appropriations in a
These sources said the only supplemental bill if the program
compromise Turkey might be Sun.The is to get started this fall.

persuaded to accept would be REDUCED ASSESSMENTSBy suit, asking $500,000 in Sargent Shriver, who is expected
to be damages plus to be named to administer
for the captured villages compensatory Names MC
turned over to U.N. troops in- $500,000 in punitive damages, Banquet the program, has estimated
stead of reoccupied by Turkish NORM LaCOE 1 -Rocco Esposito, Town ,and was filed shortly before noon it should reach 600,000 persons
Cypriot forces. Unarmed Turks Sun Staff Writer Country Trailer Park, 3860 SW today in the Eighth Judicial directly in the first year and up

and refugees massed around Only four of 28 property own.. Archer Rd., lowered from $46- Circuit Court in Gainesville.Mrs. Former Congressman Wil- to 7 million families through
Kokkina could then return to ers who complained to the Ala 500 to $45,400. Reason: The size liam C. Lantaff of Miami today r"' f' community action projects.

their homes under U.N. protec chua County commissionerstheir of the swimming pool was Bethea, through her at was named master of Before passing the bill Satur-
tax assessments were too smaller than at first computed. torney, Richard J. Wilson, con- ceremonies for the Florida day, the House put into it what

tion.Cyprus high have won reductions.The tends she was libeled in an Blue Key banquet during the some senators called a disturb-
remained jittery. Lois D. Haines, P. 0. Box
U.N. headquarters said Turk commissioners, sitting as 204, Waldo, lowered from $5,500to editorial published in the Sun University of Florida's Home I ing loyalty oath and governors'
the board of equalization, are last March 22. coming celebration October 16- veto provisions over some proj
ish planes flew over an area $4,000 of which $3,900 falls
holding three of the
complaintsfor
south of the village of Alevga, further study. under the homestead exemption. She contends she suffered 17. ects.But Senate sponsors decided
near the scene of recent fight. Reason: An old house figuredin permanent injury as a result Announcement of Lantaff's against making
The board listened any fight over
ing, for 25 minutes this morningbut to appeals assessment is not habitable, of the editorial. selection was made by officialsof these points.

did not open fire. during equalization board hear. and is being torn down. Florida Blue Key, men's Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of
ings Aug. 3, to see that assessments The editorial concerned alleged
few isolated honorary leadership fraternityand {
Only a gunshotswere are equal and that no John Camp, P. 0. Box 686, irregularities in the ballot- annual for Home Minnesota, the assistant Democratic
the sponsor
heard during night as leader
Turkish mechanical errors were madein lowered from $35,000 to $30,700in ing in the primary election coming activities.A said that "whilewe
and
both Greek Cypri- don't like
them. ygddk some parts of it,
computing earlier action because not March 17. M
cts observed the truce, the U.N. an 1936 graduate of the University we're going to take the House
Sixteen of the appeals were See WIN A grand jury conveneda of Florida Law School bill in order to
said.At left from the ( en Page 2)) was get moving on
the order of SecretaryGeneral hearings.THhers few days later to investigate.The Lantaff was a member of the this program."

U Thant the U.N. police were brought by Tax to Assessor the board'sattention J. LBJ to Address jury found what it called Florida House of Representatives Sen. Pat McNamara, D-Mich.,
1946-50 and served in the
force mobilized its limited manpower in said in
irrigularities many registra- a separate interview he
Pierce Smith or were .introduced -
to prevent another out by individual commissioners. Bar AssociationNEW tions. Circuit Judge George, L. U. S. House of Representatives DK had become convinced that if

break of fighting along C.prus'northwest Assessments were lowered for Patten subsequently refused to 195155.Florida While he at the Universityof the Senate, which passed its
was secretary-
coast. YORK AP Presi expunge the jury's findings, as version July 23
these properties: ( ) sent the measure
of the Student.
Turkey said it would send its Thrasher Store, Micanopy, dent Johnson will address the sought by attorney Wilson. president treasurer of Florida Blue Body Key tionally attracts a host of state to a Senate-House committee -
Jets on scouting missions until annual convention of the American and national dignitaries priorto it might die there
from $7,800 to $7,200. Reason: Two law suits rose from the and held membership in Phi when
the U.N. troops can enforce the Re inspection of the store Bar Association at 2 p.m. snarl. In both cases, judges refused Kappa Tau social fraternity.The their attendance at Gator Congress adjourns.

truce and Greek Cypriots with- showed part was used purely for Wednesday an association official to overturn election results banquet, attended by Growl, the giant pep rally and "We've" got to take the House
draw from positions they cap- storage, lowering the value. announced today. bill, he said. "It's the
on the basis of irregularities. Florida Blue Key members variety show staged on Friday only way
tured in the last six da.s.The we can get "
one.
alumni and their guests tradi-
Turkish Air Force beganits night of Homecoming. The House measure includeda

retaliation raids after the Thant UN provision that all individuals
Greek Cypriots opened a drive Pledge receiving government payments
5 on the only remaining SAE must
Aug. Appeals Corner Decision sign non-Communist affi
Turkish Cypriot coastal strip. ; davits. Such a provision in the

The Cyprus government charges To Aid PeaceUNITED National Defense Education Act
that Turkish troops and arms Cyprus caused some colleges to reject

were being landed at the Turk- 'City Would Break Own Laws' government aid and it eventual

ish Cypriot fishing village of NATIONS, N.Y. have responded positively and ly was repealed.The .

Kokkina. (AP) U.N. Secretary-General without conditions. House also inserted a provision
The crisis left the governmentof U Thant said rejected by the
night Senate
Monday "These decisions of the two
Gainesville City Attorney Osee Real estate broker Wilbur American Oil sued
to enforcethe
Cyprus badly :split, possibly giving
Turkey and Cyprus have governors a veto in their
the accepted governments now afford an opportunity Fagan is arguing that a de Bishop and the American 0 i 1 original permit.
political strengthof states
impairing the U.N. appeal for a on aid to community, as
Archbishop Makarios, Greek for definitely endingthe cision by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. Co. secured a permit to build a Judge Patten ruled that the well
cease-t-re without conditions.He fighting and relaxing tension SAE service station as privately financed, an-
the
and Patten in corner gas on the corner. city issued the permit a nd
Cypriot president. Rightists pledged that the United Na- in Cyprus."It would force To the tipoverty projects. The governors
cabinet station dispute the grant permit, the old American Oil relied on it. He
leftists in the exchanged also
tions would exert every effort to be to violate its own laws. membership of the said the could block establishment
will
words over whether to my purpose to take city city com- city cannot in fairness
angry keep the peace on Cyprus.Thant's fullest possible advantage of Fagan is appealing Patten's mission revised the zoning for change its course. of the proposed job corpsin
(See CYPRUS on Page 2)) their states.
statements were this opportunity by exerting every June 2 ruling to the Florida the site and rewrote its serv- Fagan says the public welfare The
made in a report to U Jf. Security effort toward constructive Court of Appeals. He filed his ice station spacing ordinances.That would suffer if the station is antipoverty measure represents -

Council members, circulated peace-keeping arrangements in assignments of error yesterday move became a major built, and this is the overriding Johnson's major on-his-

WHERE TO shortly after the Turkish and all areas of the island." He gaveno citing several points he contendsare 1963 election issue. factor.In own legislative achievementsince
he
Cyprus governments announced indication of any new measures in error. Alan Sutherland and Ed Tur- assigning error to Judge became president last
FIND IT they would enforce a ceasefire.The the United Nations mightbe Patten ruled that the city, lington were elected to the com Patten's ruling the city attorney November. Most of the other
Turks declared however, planning.The having once approved, the station mission after denouncing the also said that if the city domestic measures sent to him
that they would continue recon cannot change Its course. station permit Byron Winn also now is forced to permit the sta by Congress were proposed
. 13 UJf. force
Comics .
on Cyprus originally by the late President
naissance flights over Cyprus Fagan is arguing that the public opposed it. tion, it is being forced to vio-
Classified 14-17 numbers almost
6,000 officers will suffer if the station is late its valid laws. John F. Kennedy.
until Greek own
Cypriot forces with- The new city commission

Entertainment 14 and men but it couldn't revoked
prevent built This said Once it becomes law, the
Obituaries . 2 draw to positions they occupiedAug. Greek Cypriots from attacking the station permit created Fagan in effect will authorize wide-
5. Location cf the station on the means that valid ordinances are measure
Opinion Page .4, 5 Turkish Cypriot villages on the a moratorium on zoning spread activity by the
southeast comer of 13th Street struck down, even though the govern
Sports . .9 10 In his
statement, Thant said: northwest coast last week. around the universi then ment in several fields. Johnson
and
Women's .'. 6 and West University Avenue has city had the authority to make
"It is gratifying and encouraging Turkey says these attacks ,been a subject of political and re-zoned the SAE copper to prohibit laws governing zoning and spacing included these expenditures in
"
I that both governments prompted its air raids. legal war for two years. a senice'stafM.if.: of service stations. (Set PASS on Page 2) ,
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The NewsBy

Fly by 'Copter ,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS From Page 1 : "r' ,

WASHINGTON (AP) The, LA JOLLA Calif. (AP-Mrs. and will trust him more than they will his political opponent.The .
By BENNET M. BOLTON Flags and bunting of papal Senate Rules Committee voted I Barry Goldwater wife of the closing of ranks behind the President in this latest A Considerable ZONES cloudiness and II
CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy white and gold hung from Or.vieto's Republican candidate for presi- military crisis parallels national reaction during the Cuban scattered tnundershowers this afternoon iI
6-1 today for Pierre Salinger as tonight and Wednesday. Not much ,
(AP-Pope Paul VI sets a pa- windows and walls to dent, is in Scripps Clinic at La missile crisis in 1962 and the Lebanese invasion by U. S. change In temperatures. Low tonight
pal precedent today when he welcome the pontiff. senator from California. II 72 to 71. High Wednesday In lOs LLJ
Jolla.A Marines under President Dwight Eisenhower in 1958. In both Southwesterly winds 10 to II miles per
flies by helicopter from his The cathedral is an outstanding hour.
The committee decided on a.. spokesman said Mrs. Gold- instances overwhelming majorities of the people registered B Partly cloudy to cloudy through 0 ,
summer residence to a religious example of Italian gothic water entered the clinic Sundayfor immediate approval of Presidential action. It was equally Wednesday with scattered thundershow- s S .
commemoration at the UmbrianHill style. Tradition has it that the party-line vote that the Demo- ers. Low tonight In 70*. High wed'I.., Ii
a medical checkup. The clinic true however that as each crisis receded national unity nesday 85 to 90. Southerly winds 10 a,...' I
town of Orvieto. building was started in 1285 at cratic appointment by Gov. Edmund wouldn't release any further diminished and criticism again appeared.The to 20 miles per hour briefly higher I I'
The 75-mile trip northward to the request of Pope Urban IV to G. Brown of California In gusts near showers. I ,
information.NEW measure of public support for Mr. Johnson's action: CD I
Partly
cloudy to
commemorate the "miracle of
the ancient cathedral town will
SUPPORT JOHNSON VIET NAM ACTION
olsena.." was "valid proper and legaL"The cloudy with scattered mainly .
be the first flight a pontiff has YORK (AP) Actress (Taking everything into consideration, do you support or oppose afternoon and evening thun-

ever made by helicopter.It Legend says that at nearby Rules Committee action Anne Bancroft, winner of Holly- the action President Johnson has taken in North VietNam dershowers today and Wednes-

also will be the longest trip I Bolsena in 1263 drops of blood followed a 2-1 party-line deci-wood's Academy Award and ?) day. Low tonight in 70s. High IMall .J I

Pope Paul has taken since he miraculously appeared on an altar -I ion' of the Subcommittee on two Broadway Tony Awards, TOTAL PUBLIC Wednesday 88 to 92. Southerly .... .. ." I
went to the Holy Land by jet cloth before a priest who Privileges and Elections, which has married Mel Brooks 38- PER CENT winds 10 to 20 miles per hour ,

plane last January.The doubted the Church's teaching conducted a hearing Monday on year-old comedy writer. Support action 85 except locally higher in gusts GAINESVILLE WEATHER: I!
papal schedule in Orvieto that the body and blood of the challenge raised by George The marriage the second for Oppose action 3 near showers. Municipal Airport readings I IE

Included Mass marking the Christ are really present in the Murphy, Republican nomineefor both Miss Bancroft and Brooks, Not heard of 12 F G H I Partly, cloudy fa for 24 hours. to .8 a.m. today:
700th anniversary of the start of bread and wine of the Eu- senator in November. took place at City Hall last The reasons given for supporting and opposing the movesin thundershowes cloudy with scattered today and mainly Wednesday afternoon High 89 at 12 noon 1 low 71 '

the annual Corpus Christi feast charist. Wednesday. But Miss Bancroft North Viet Nam: nesday Low tonight in n the 70s. High Wedat 4 to 5 a.m. Rainfall: .33 !!
Southeast
day and a speech before he returns Salinger already has taken his 32, used her real name-Anna REASONS FOR SUPPORT, OPPOSITION winds 1086to 20 miles per hour to except south inch. ..i

tonight to Castel Gandolfo. eat, subject to the Uquiry. Maria Italiano-and the marriage (Why do you feel that way?) locally J K higher- Partly gusts cloudy in showers.through Wed- TEMPEATURES,ELSEWHERE ,:
Tires Have PER CENT nesday with a few local showers. Low Nigh Low Prccp.I f
The Italian Air Force suppliedthe wasn't revealed until
Sen. B. Everett Jordan, D- tonight near 80. High Wednesday near Jacksonville 74.21 !
for the WHY SUPPORT? 90. Southeasterly winds 10 to 20 miles t:
big helicopter flight.It N.C., announced the Rules Committee Monday night.CLARKSVILLE. per hour. Miami 84 75 .37 1 t
Can't let them 19 Tampa 87 75 .14
run over
us
comes one day after a ma- PriceIn decision and said thecommittee's MARINE FORECAST Atlanta, W /I .33 I.
document saying Roman High No other choice 15 EAST GULF: Southeast to south Boston 74 62 f,
jor papal and winds 10 to 20 knots through Wednes-
report recom- New York 76 67
Catholicism will try for Tenn. (AP- Will save lives win peace 10 dlY. Sc ttere<' thundershowers with Washington 71 61
mendation to validate the seating the Trust LBJ 10 briefly higher' winds In gusts. Chicago 10 71 ,.37bttuarte
dialogue with all aspects of the CubaMIAMI William R. Anderson retired -
modern world.In of the appointed successorto Navy captain who once We were attacked 8 I
his encyclical "Ecclesiam the late Sen. Clair Engle D- was skipper of the nuclear sub- Should have done it long ago 8 '

Suam," Pope Paul said Mondaythe (AP) Four tires Calif., will be presented to the marine Nautilus is the Demo- Must stand up to communism 6
paths of church consciousness cost $1,500 in Cuba an auto me- Senate Wednesday.The cratic nominee for Congress in International waters violated 3 <

of itself church reform chanic who fled the country said California Supreme Court Tennessee's 6th District. U. S. pledged to help South Viet Nam 3

and church openness to the today. They are Cuban made ruled that the An official canvass of returnsin Our prestige was low 3
Monday appoint-
world lay before contemporary 1 tires, and will last about three ment was valid rejecting without last Tuesday's primary gave WHY OPPOSE? GEORGE Z. HERB and had lived in Gainesvillesince
months, be added.A Will lead to atom war 3
Anderson
Catholicism. 26,086 votes-318 more He j
LAKE early boyhood. served
comment
box of for automobiles a request from Didn't hear of action 12 CITY Funeral services -
bearings -
Against a background of war than his opponent John R. in India and China during
threats in Cyprus and VietNam will bring $500, said the Murphy a former Hollywood Long. The shift in public opinion is evident in these results: will be held today at 2:30: World War II and in Korea.
refugee, Pedro Lopez. There is actor, that it be annulled. ADMINISTRATION HANDLING OF VIET NAM p.m. for George Z. Herb, 76, !
the pontiff said in his en- Anderson will run against Republican who died Survivors include his widow,
cyclical he would be "ready to such a scarcity of parts he Salinger is the Democratic Cecil Hill a retired (All in all, how would you rate the job this administrationhad Friday following an Sarah Allen Newsome formerly

intervene where an opportunity added, that prices keep rising.A nominee to meet Murphy in No- Army colonel, in November for done in handling the situation in Viet Nam?) extended illness. of Gainesville, and three
Mr.
presents itself, in order to assist medium sized 1959 car costs vember. the seat vacated by Rep. Ross AFTER ATTACK BEFORE ATTACK Herb was born in Columbia children James, Sally and

the contending parties to find $18,000 or $20,000 Lopez said. Bass, Democratic nominee for (AUGUST) (JULY) County Aug. 9, 1887 and Ann, who are expected to arrive -
honorable and fraternal solu-. American made 1960 automobiles SaJinger was seated "without the Senate. PER CENT PER CENT resided in the area his entire here Thursday. They will

tions for their disputes." the last to arrive from the rejudice" last Wednesday The 6th District is traditionally Positive 72 42 life.Services be staying at the home of Mrs.
United States have been confiscated with the question of the legalityof Democratic but Anderson Negative 28 58 will be held at Silo- Newsome's mother, M r s.

by the Castro regimefor the appointment referred to said "My policy is to figure WHO HANDLE VIET NAM BETTER: am Methodist Church near Lake Frank AlIen.Williams .
Burial will be in Siloam
3 Jailed use by the armed forces and the Rules Committee. opponent is a tough one." JOHNSON OR GOLDWATER? City. Thomas Funeral
police, Lopez said. any (In this situation in North Viet Nam, who would you trust Cemetery. Home will announce funeral
The California law says the gover- more in the White House Mr. Johnson or Goldwater?) Survivors include: three arrangements.
mechanic and
III Jax Race 20-year-old nor has to appoint "an elector LONDON (AP) Pub keeper AFTER ATTACK BEFORE ATTACK daughters, Mrs. Harvey Daugh-
his bride left
16-year-old Cuba Marvin to '
Alfred plans fight a
who has lived in the of Lake Mrs. Wid-
state oneyear (AUGUST) (JULY) try City; Ray
with six companions in a 21-foot bull Sunday to raise for More AboutCyprus
prior to the next election," money PER CENT PER CENT ner of Longview, Texas and
boat. The Coast Guard picked Asked if he to kill
Riot Death Murphy testified before the sub- charity. plans Johnson 71 59 Mrs. Lottie Jones of Luanne,
them up and brought them to the bull Martin said: "I will
committee Monday."He Goldwater 29 41 Ark.; four sons: George Herb
Miami. with him if he's
JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (AP) only be nasty CARRY FIGHTING TO NORTH VIET NAM Jr. and Albert Herb both of
Three white men were jailedon More About (Salinger) has not," Murphy -! nasty with me." (Under the policy our government followed, we had not Lake City; E. J. Herb of

murder charges today while added. attacked the Communists in North Viet Nam. It had been Gainesville and Charles Herb of From Page 1

police sought a fourth in the fatal California Atty. Gen. Stanley More About suggested that we should change our policy and put military ,Columbia S. C.; three brothers; I,count on Greece or the Soviet
shooting of a Negro woman WinFrom Mosk, told the subcommitteethe pressure on the Communists in North Viet Nam. Of course, I DeWitt Herb of Lake City Charlie Union for help, informants said.

during race riots last March. appointment was legal. this could bring Red China into direct fighting with the United Herb of Fort White and Both factions were disappointed

The arrests late Monday PassFrom States. Do you favor or oppose our putting military pressureon John Herb of Tallahassee; three by the less than wholehearted -
came through clues uncoveredby Page 1 "A state does not have the North Viet Nam?) sisters, Mrs. Mary Allen of St.
support they received from
Detective Sgts. Donald Cole- right to add or subtract from AFTER ATTACK BEFORE ATTACK Petersburg, Mrs. Sarah McBrien Greece
man and Lee Coty while investi- all the assessed property is rent- the United States Constitution's 1 (AUGUST) (JULY) of St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Sybil and the Soviet Union.In .
unrelated crime. able to produce income. The assessment qualifications for a candidate," Page PER CENT PER CENT Clifton of Tampa; and 16 Athens Greek Premier
gating an of $56,100 on another Mosk said. Favor 50 31 George Papandreou indicated
Held without bond were J. W property was not changed. his budget and the actual mon- Oppose 25 37 grandchildren.Brannon Funeral Home of Monday night he does not look
21 M. Chessman, In the state court case Justice is to be forward to
Rich Wayne Held for further study are ey expected providedin Not sure 25 32 Lake City is in charge. i a war over Cyprus
21, and Elmer Kato, 19, all of : Marshall McComb was the a supplemental appropriations with Turkey, Greece's eastern
of E. confidence
properties Ray Daniel, By every measure, in Mr. Johnson' on the Viet ,
Jacksonville. 2781 SE 19th Ave.; Dr. Charles only Supreme Court member bill. Nam issue has risen sharply. For the moment, at least, MRS. R. F. LEWIS :Mediterranean partner in the

They are charged with the Hortenstine, 414 NW 34th St.; who dissented."I The measure authorizes $412.5 Goldwater has lost a key foreign policy issue. His charge STARKE Funeral services North Atlantic Treaty Organiza

March 23rd death of 35yearoldMrs. and H. L. Turner P. 0. Box feel the California Supreme million for programs aimed at of a "no win" policy in Viet Nam had made him some will be held-at 3 m. todayfor tion.Greece

Johnnie Mae Chappell. She 338. Alachua. Turner had appealed -Court decision that stated I was increasing the education, train- votes. But by the same token, a majority of the public was Mrs. Robena Fouts p. Lewis, took the view that

was fatally shot in the stomach assessments on four eligible to run makes it perfectly ing and work experience of i fearful Senator Goldwater as President might go too far and 81; who died in a Gainesville Monday's attack by two Turkish
while searching for a lost wallet properties; assessments were clear I am eligible to be appointed -young men and women. This includes I plunge the country into a nuclear war. hospital Sunday after a long F104 jets on the town of Polis

along U.S. 1. Several blocks not changed on three. ." Salinger testified be- establishment of a job Over night, events have changed and so has tne way Viet illness. may have been the result of a

away police were then trying to Persons whose assessmentswere fore the subcommittee. corps in which youths in the 16- Nam will affect the outcome of the election for President. She was born in Bradford delay in transmission of ordersto
21 bracket would be some Turkish air bases. The
quell rioters. not changed are: age as- County Jan. 2, 1882, and lived

Coleman and Coty said Rich L. C. Pittman 817 NW 15th Salinger press secretary to signed to conservation camps or --- -- --- u hPTP___ _all__ _her___ lifp.___. -She-._ was.. -_ a- I Greek Cypriots claimed 10 per-
signed a statement saying he i Ave.; S. Z. Knowles 617 NE 6th both the late President John F. resident training centers. member of the Pine Level Baptist -sons were wounded when the

fired the fatal shot from a pass- St.; Mrs. J. P. Oglesby, P. 0, Kennedy and President John- Under the bill's terms, the I (cJ Mw York Tin*. Church. jets strafed the village square.A .

ing car. The officers said Chess-:' Box 138, Waldo; H. J. Under- son, defeated State Controller government would finance part-: BridgeThe By Surviving are two daughters, Turkish government

man signed a statement saying wood, 417 SE 4th St.; Otto Alan Cranston for the Demo- time employment for college! ALAN TRUSCOTT Mrs. Thelma Conner: Starke spokesman denied the planes

he was in the car at the time.A Welke 4156 NW 10th St.; Wil-cratic nomination. Cranston students and for youths who and Mrs. Edna Thomas, had opened fire. He said they
22-caliber revolver believed iam Genczy, Rt. 4, Box 140. challenged Salinger's eligibilitybut I want to complete their second- opening bid of two spadesby NORTH (D) Brooker; one sister Mrs. Alice flew over Cyprus because the

to be the death weapon, Also W. C. Watson P. O. Box the California Supreme ary schooling or take vocational North was a weak two bid, Q86542 Crosby, Tampa; two brothers, Greek Cypriots broke an unofficial -
has been found police said. 387, High Springs; A. T. Ange- Court ruled him eligible. training.The and East doubled. When West V AQ 10 H. P. and Aaron Fouts both truce by resuming their at-

Racial unrest reached a violent akos, Hilliard; S. P. Faustinni measure authorizes appropriation responded in clubs, East could + 863 Lakeland; four grandchildren. tack on Kokkina, about 10 miles
stage here during spring 1915 NW 13th St.; A. E. Mc- of $315 million to count\ eight fairly sure tricks -5 Services will be from the east of Poli!. He also said Greek
Negroes demanding -Leod. Tallahassee R. W. with prospects of a ninth so he planes bombed the village.
demonstrations by ; TobaccoMarket pay up to 90 per cent of the cost WEST EAST Pine Level Baptist Church with
integration. Vaughn High Springs; John of financing antipoverty pro- bid three no-trump. 41093 4AK7 the Revs. W. E. Hall, Roman Greece denied it.

Racial tension I eventually W. Fogle Jr., P. 0. Box 701. grams carried out at the community South decided that three no- 9J92 9K Alvarez and Alton Dobbs off The U.N. Security Council

eased through the appointment Alachua. level. trump was likely to make. His + 102 4 Q74 ciating. Burial will be in Con- adopted a U.S..British resolu-
biracial committee. MrsChappell's with the DeWittC. tion calling for a halt in hostili-
of a also authorizes choice of four diamonds was 4K8763 4AQ10942 ner Cemetery
Also E. F. Guns Port St. Joe The measure
; ties Sunday with only the Soviet
death at the height of Jones Funeral Home in on
partly because four hearts were
T. E. Martin. 1431 NE 12th special assistance to poverty- SOUTH Union and Czechoslovakia
the only fa
demonstrations was Terr.; Ruddell Reed Indiana; stricken farmers and very small available as an escape if necessary .J I charge. abstaining. The fighting on Cyprus

tality. E. W. Berger, 111 SW 13th St.; businesses, aid for migrant but also because the original 876543 MAJ. J. C. NEWSOME broke off temporarily
.
Bernard Caywell Palm Beach; HIGH SPRINGS A season farm workers and establish- double of two spades suggested + AKJ95 Funeral arrangements are thereafter.
shortly
GovernmentOf High Springs Theater; Suzanne high average price of 61.10 ment of a corps of volunteer I inaccurately as it happened -"J pending here for Maj. James Turkish Premier Ismet Inonu

Hodgman, 327 SW 41st cents a pound was received workers, to be paid $50 a month, that East held hearts. Clifford Newsome, a former sent to U Thant say-
Ave. yesterday at the High Springsflue in the over-all antipov- East and West were vulnerable :Gainesville who died a message
to resident
serve When East persevered to fourno ing Turkey would obey the
Italy May cured tobacco market The bidding
;
Also Dr. Josh Davis 933 SW total of 326,694 poundswas erty program. trump, unwilling to exchange Saturday in Altus, Okla. wherehe council's appeal, but he urged
2nd Ave.; Peyton L. Rackley as a sold for $199,610.30.Season Low interest loans up to $1,500 a likely vulnerable North East South West was stationed with the U. S. complete disarmament on Cy.

Face Turmoil] 3444 NW 10th Ave.; David W. would be provided needy farm game for a modest penalty 2 4 D'ble Pass 3 ... Air Force. pru!. In a similar note to NATO,
Bowman. 1470 SE 23rd Ave.: Dr. totals for the High families for improvement of South decided to chance his Pass 3 N.T. 4 4 Pass Maj. Newsome had sufferedan Inonu said Turkish planes will
ROME (AP-Cesare) Merza- Henry W.-Duerloo,-2322-SW 2nd Springs market through yester- their farms. These families luck again. The fact that the Pass 4 N.T. 5 + Pass apparent heart attack. not shoot or bomb the island but

gora an advocate of free enterprise Ave.; H. M. Baker Hawthorne; day were 2,470,476 pounds sold could get loans of up to $2,500 to ponents had not wished to dou-i Pass D'ble Pass Pass He was born in Macon, Ga., will continue reconnaissance

has taken office as acting A. L. Middleton. Hawthorne; S. for $1,425,828 an average! assist them in developing non- ble him in four diamonds seem- flights "until the United Nations

president of Italy and this could A. Webb 1025 SE 6th Ave. price of 57.71 cents a pound.as farm income.was ed to Indicate that five diamonds II I PassWest led the six of clubs. Erhard PledgesNo forces can effectively enforcethe
for the
mean trouble new cen I cease-fire and the withdrawal

ter-left government of Premier! Force to pre-Aug. 5 positions."

Aldo Moro. would not be Against WallBONN In Nicosia, Makarios said his
too .
expensive.As
Moro a 47-year-old Christian is LBJ government would fully respect

Democrat heads a government Congress Giving it turned out five diamonds Germany (APWiththe I the Security Council's call for a

consisting of Christian Democrats doubled proved expensive for approach of the third an- cease-fire. He said the Greek

Democratic Socialists the opponents. East won the niversary of the Berlin wall I Cypriots had stopped fighting on

Socialists and Republicans.Last opening club lead and shifted to Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of. Saturday.

month, when Moro was 'Must-Pass' Itemstroversial a low trump. Declarer finessed -West Germany pledged today Newsmen who visited the
forming his new government Many the diamond Jack and cash- not to use force to knock down string of villages attacked by
with the aid of the Socialists, ed the diamond ace. Judging the the barrier. the Turkish jets reported wide-

Merzagora openly opposed the, position exactly he led to the Erhard said his governmentand spread destruction. Many townspeople
coalition formula.At By MILTON KELLY I' "dead" for this year his enactment of a cotton-' space flight project to heart ace dropping East's king. its allies stood by their remained in nearby
that time Merzagora 65,1 WASHINGTON (AP) Con wage policy program for industy -wheat farm aid bill. It estab- land American astronauts on As the first trick marked West promise to safeguard the free wooded hills, afraid the planes '

was president of the Italian sen-I gress is giving President John- including a proposal for lished a new ,program permit- the moon in this decade. with the club king East need dom of West Berlin. But he would return. A few farm ani!
ate. Three days ago a son a substantial share of the double pay for overtime. They ting U.S. cotton textile mills to Still in various stages of ed the heart king to justify his said West Germany "will not!maisroasnedthequletteets.GainesvHte .
legislation he asked for under a also see a "very doubtful" future buy: government- wned cottonat congressional action, with his strong bidding.The "="
felled President Antonio Segn let itself be drawn into
he'oill any use
this for a the subsidy price as forces optimistic get
"must pass" label. year liberalizing same I
and Monday the Italian government How much of the rest of it he i overhaul of the immigrationlaws foreign producers and a voluntary most of all of what he asked for rest of the play was rou of violence, such as the Communist Sun

decided the 73yearolc will get before Congress windsup I requested by the President wheat price support proIgram in the bills are such measuresas tine. South drew the last trump. side repeatedly imputesto Published evening except
president is temporarily incapable finessed it.
the heart establishing
its 1964 session remains to aimed at assuring $2 a his: ten, Saturday and Sunday mornings
of performing his duties. be seen. It apparently will be 1 With some give and take his bushel wheat i "War on poverty" program a all his hearts and makingfive Erhard added that his government by the Gainesville Publishing
The presidential post is largely a man-sized proportion. forces expect to get most of the Other feathers in the administration -$947 million project. diamonds doubled. repeatedly has announcedits Company ot 101 J SE
ceremonial but it gives Mer- 1 $455 million extension readiness "for a peaceful 2nd Place Gainesville Fioridand -:.
in rest of his into the included: Proposed
However _ I program cap 1 entered os second class
agora the power to refuse to 1 at least some books, and are prepared to Congressional approval of his. of the area redevelopment South could have achieved a solution of the German question matter at the Past Otfic Of
sign decrees issued by Moro make a bragging point of this in program to protect wilderness I program to aid chronically depressed -remarkable score by a different but it would be a delusionif Gainesville.' Florida.CIRCULATION .

government. Moro is expected r4a Analysis: the presidential campaign. spaces.A regions. inspiration. Four no-trump doubled the East saw in that a signof ,: RATES BY

to issue several decrees to fight What The Tops on the program already start on a $375 million $1 billion companion piece to can be defeated eight recognization for the realityof CARRIER OR MAIL
Italy s economic slump. his proNews build the of the tricks, or 2,300 points after the terror it has created. 1 Week .45
are written into law, of course are three-year program of grants to help economy : I M... $5.1
Refusal by Merzagora to signa grams for medl- Means the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the public bodies for the purchase' Appalachian region. lead of a high diamond and a Erhard's remarks were contained -
decree would kill it unless cat care for the $11.5 billion tax cut plus an extension -of mass transit equipment plus' $375 million expanded food shift to a heart But South's in the bulletin of the government All moil; subscriptions must
both houses sent it back to the the teammates made office. The Communists be paid in advance.
aged and in- of excise taxes totaling loan-guarantee authority. stamp plan to help needy. actually press Member of Audit Bureau of
president with a two-thirds ma- creased Social Security bene- $1.9 billion a year. The new pay increase for federal Extension of the National Defense three no-trump with the East- closed the border be- Circulation.

jority. fits. Some well informed sources Congress also boosted the legal officials and employes. Education Act. West cards. South led a high tween East and West Berlin All material conUMtf fler..hi. Is
Merzagora doesn't belong to say he may have to choose maximum national debt limit Wider police powers for the, Huge housing program which diamond but shifted not unnaturally Aug. 13, 1861 and put up the i the property of the 6 InctvttlPvMlthina. .
,
any political party. During between the two. They concedehe from $315 billion to $324 billion Securities and Exchange Com has been shorn of some of controversial to the spade Jack. wall in the following weeks.,I Reproduction CompMr In wttolt or U)In 1534.partIs

World War II, he was a member could wind up with neither. for one year as Johnson asked. mission. ] new features Johnsonhad East was able to'make nine The West Germans" call it "the written ttrlctly ptrmlMioa forbWd tt the without publish tttt

31 the antIFascist resistance. They already have written off Among his major .victories Continued support for the con. requested. tricks! by taking a :spade finesse.: : wall of shame.
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MAUIDIN-
CONSCIENCEOF T THE RIGHT



Sun />+ r iON A 'Sane'Moderacy __




THE ( t9 g

JOHN R. HARRISON President an* SOUTHBy
uUltlitri' PAT COWLES, Vice Prtsi ( ,.h By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
PrtsMtnlM
dent, E JOHNSON Viet
Florida's Beautiful
Executive Editeri W. O. (1111 .
't I EBEXSOLE Viet FrttldiM a114 Ado One way to become a moderate is to walk a few feet
University City vertisinf Dlrtcter; 101 TARTA6UONE P.ll&"r RALPH rfb. McGILL r.btuhcr away from the furthest wall, and say something appropriate. -
Vice President and Clrculitlta MIIlIt" Ol (b* AUMUi fflulBf(Ga.) CMftlMM. Another way to become a moderate is to stay right
1)) 1 where you are and find someone who will extend the wall
THE SUN'S POLICY U.S. out beyond where you are leaning thus marking the new

1. Report the news ,fully and InoartUlty In the news columns. Why limits of extremity. The gang that recently took controlof
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. the Negro riots in Harlem & Rochester by the extremityof
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial Issues. 1It\\ their action, caused us all to begin referring to the other
civil rights leaders as "moderates." contrast.
They are, by
The Sun's telephones All Deportment -3 72-8441

Wont Adi-376-4672 ContainsNViet By contrast with Stalin, Khrushchev is a moderate. By
contrast with Mark Hanna McKinley was a moderate. Other

things than purely_ spatial relations need to be remarked
NorthThere upon and one needs to ask whether the moderate colored
in
Negro Rioting War leaders are, .notwithstanding their relative moderation, occupying -

morally tenable ground.
have been two major re rioters feel left out.
One thinks for of the of them
most
Nam's Commu- instance glamourous
actions so far to the rash of Negro
ist government calls itself the all, the Reverend Martin Luther King. Dr. King is, as I
rioting in Northern cities this sum- Their action is childish and destructive -

mer (in addition to prompt police but it does gain attention. Nam.Democratic This Republic title illustrates of Viet 't 'P : I have company previously he keeps.remarked His ,persistent distressingly association careless with about men the

measures to restore order). Laws court decisions, non-violent how good, honorable words who have been Identified under oath as Communists, or who

demonstrations others have tried have been blurred by the do- bar. s.w have associated with Communist organizations, is as distressing -

One reaction has been an Intensi- them, and what good did they ever it-yourself semantics of our as his diferential visit a year ago with the terrorist

fication of the "white backlash," a do us, the rioters feel, and smash an- time. But there is noth- THE WARRIORS Ben Bella. Dr. King may very well be simply naive, and
ing blurred about the conven, I expect that is his trouble.
revulsion against the whole race. other l liquor store window. tional military power of that But when moderate leadersof

state. great social movements are
Elsewhere on this page today appears After the Harlem riots the Rev. The so called Democratic to.the naive about matters like this,

an article by Gordon Hancock Martin Luther King Jr., said he was Republic emerged from the Up NegroesBy it behooves their friends to

a Negro who is concerned about the more optimistic about the South (ex- long, bitterly fought war with take them lightly by the hand ,
France, in which victory was and I do not see that this is
manners and morals of Negroes. It cept for Mississippi) than he was
won at Dien Bien Phu, witha being done for the benefit of
bears reading.The about the North. He saw the Northas strong, battle tested, ex- GORDON B. HANCOCK been raised questions of the sponsibilities of the Negro Dr. King.

"potentially more explosive" and perienced army, and a other reaction was a search likely to take longer in solving its bureaucracy of administra Shakespeare uttered an almighty ham Lincoln, but no such do much but millions of Ne- the March on Washington

ing of consciences. Why did Harlem problems.The tion. This latter asset has 4 truth when he said questions can be raised about groes do not go to schools. has already recorded his con
Rochester proved to be as valuable as "There is a Divinity that the intents and motives of The pulpits can do much but viction that only radical
explode? Why Brooklyn ends
the army. shapes our Roughhewthem the immortal He millions of do not
Kennedy. Negroes
Jersey City Kansas City Kan.? Whyill problems of the North are ,how we will." Surely change in this country, by
Meanwhile the died know what the inside of
new government a martyr to the cause a which he very clearly means
of them now, right after the more difficult than the problemsnow formed in the South, Divinity was shaping the endsof of civil rights for Negroes.He church looks like. But many state socialism, will: seriously

)assage of the civil rights law dur- most felt in the South. Schools after division of the country this nation when John was slain in that South Negroes read Negro news- improve the Negroes' lot. .

.ng the presidential election year and public accommodations can be had no army. Nor did it have Fitzgerald Kennedy was elect- that fought an unsucessfulWar papers or deal with people Messrs. James Farmer and
ed President and B.
vhile the anti-poverty bill is pending desegregated overnight (or over a any bureaucracy. French co- Johnson was elected Lyndon as Vice- of Rebellion to perpetuate who do. P. L. Prattis says in Howard McKissick of Core

? What has gone wrong and what planned period i of transition) in any lonialism went to pieces after President of these United the Negro's''I enslavementand his column in the Associated continue to 90 overdraw their
the defeat Dien Bien Phu. Ne-
at Negro Press "Lot of
that South that is today : case as to lose the sympathyof
communities do about it? Southern community once the public States in 1960.
can There was a vast and contin virtually fighting to reenslaveits groes want to go into the many who should listen to
authorities and the private "power uing influx of refugees into When Kennedy chose John- Negro citizens. It is true finest place with their coats them for their legitimate
structure", give the word. Before it the South. A government had son as his running mate, he that the Civil Rights Bill has off and they don't hurry to grievances. Jackie Robinson

Clearly there are long-standing happens this may seem a terrific to be formed, constitutionalforms was man unconsciously upon whose shoulders choosingthe been enacted and signed by take their hats off. said there was "the stench of
created. The 900 milesof President into law of v There too facism" at the Cow Palace.
our a
wrench are just many
to
grievances in all the U. S. "pocketsof long-established folkwaysbut his glorious mantle was des-
sea frontier shared with the land our fight is not Negroes who want to look
poverty" and these grievancesare it has been done in commun- Laos and Cambodia left tined to fall. Upon who else's But mostly I am drawn to
over but just beginning.The and act like bums regard-
most explosive where they are ity after community and, once done, South Viet Nam vulnerable shoulders could such glorious enactment of civil less of who they are, or the subject by seeing a letter
mantle have fallen such
to recently sent by'Mr. Roy Wil-
in slums and it makes surprisingly little differenceto to smuggling of goods that who is at them.
compressed city com- great glory and advantage? rights legislation places upon looking They kins, the voice of the NAACP
plicated by racial grievances. Rochester the whites who dreaded it so. hurt the economy, and to When the late John F. Ken- Negroes themselves a great don't give a hoot. The sameis oldest and most venerable of
than the entry of weapons and sup- responsibility for its imple- true of many Negroes rid- I
is harder to explain nedy as President committedthis the Negro protest movements
thatno plies. for enemy groups. nation to the cause of mentation. Civil Rights laws ing public conveyances. With to someone who challenged his
shows
others, and its rioting But solving the problems of poverty ALWAYS THERE has hung their smutty and smelling
do not operate automatically
civil rights he unconsci- of the
was account at
Northern city can consider itself employment cultural deprivation .over the U. S. forces in VietNam ously destining himself to a'. they must be operated by the clothes on, they feel no com- San Francisco.proceedings"I sat." answered -

necessarily immune. motivation, housing patterns is slower the shadow of those 21 glorious immortality. When a people of tills country twenty punction flopping themselves Mr. Wilkins "in the

and harder going. These are the veteran divisions. The Communist felon's bullet had laid low he million of whom are Negroes, down beside the most elegant- Cow Palace the night of July
North carried with
on had, marked out the who are the most intimately ly-dressed lady, white or 14 and heard the Eisenhower
is of problems now most felt in the North, way
The main grievance a sense guerrilla raids. They have concerned and great is the black." Negroes need such
that Johnson speech. The 'switchblade' ref-
so marvelously
alienation. The police are "they" and not by Negroes alone though been increasingly successful.One responsibility this intimate plain talk and it takes the
followed with the result that
hit about
erence me
local storekeepers are "they," white they are the hardest hit. of the puzzles is why under the great leadership of concern places upon Negroes. Negro newspaper to give it with its clear everyone racial finger-
these hard bitten raids
were
men in general are "they." The ex- abandoned for attack. great Lyndon B. Johnson as Just how much farther Ne- to them. pointing. The whites looked apologetic -
a sea
plosive mood is a curious mixture of The riots should be a signal that The fact that it was done succeeding President the Civil groes will be in A.D. 2064 Negroes must not forget and the Negroes were

hope and frustration. Things are im- the old leisurely pace of solving these leads great credence to belief Rights Bill has been passedby than they are the today depends that civil rights legislation angry. The crowd went wild
largely use Negroes good It
upon manners.
which is presupposes
Congress, positive over this reference. I am not
but not fast enough and thePropaganda ancient problems is too slow. that Peking suggested and
proving assisted in the of cause for elation and make of civil rights oppor- further presupposes a higher being 'defensive,' I assure
change
tunities vouchsafed unto them standard of morals and most
jubilation, but we must never you. The speech-writer intended -
tactics. forget that the Civil Rights by the latest civil rights leg surely it presupposes more this one word to fit the
I Note The United States has ordered Bill was, figuratively speak islation. Just what will be the money. The penniless Negro Negro issue into the whole
anti submarine craft ing written in the blood of Negroe's s tat usa hundred will never be interested! Ne- Goldwater faction pattern of
Premier Khrushchev is reported to be removed. into the area because Red our lamented President John- years from now depends upon groes cannot expect to spend the convention and the cam

be looking for an American advertising Khrushchev could save a lot of China has some 30-odd( sub Fitzgerald Kennedy who died his manners his morals and their every dollar for can paign. P.S. I also subscribe to

and public relations firm that time and money if he would beginat Soviet marines at given the time her the by Rus-the for the cause of civil rights.As his'money.. and live on credit and be in the John Birch Society Bulle-
has been said in this The Negro's tegrated.A .
general man- tin
and get other material
would undertake the job of presenting home by ordering his own propa- sian fleet was modernized.
column before, John Fitzgerald ners public and private need hundred civil rights bills from them. The similarity to
a better "image" of Soviet Rus gandists to present a better imageof The fact that they are the Kennedy died for the great improvement. Good cannot integrate the Negro the Goldwater campaign

sia, its people and its government to the American people and the U. S. older type underwater craft Negro race! manners do not come out of with bad manners, bad morals language and policy would

the people of the United States. government to the citizens of the does not in any sense detract Concerning the Emancipation the air, they must be taught and no money in the have to be a miraculous
sink
from their to
ability of 1863 there has often and herein lies the re bank.
U.S.S.R., than the one of a war-mon- shipping. It is assumed their great accident if it were not delib-

He is said to have concluded that gering, grasping, scheming "imperalist" crews, trained by the Rus- erate."

American techniques are better suit- nation they have been peddlingfor sians before the gulf beganto THE NATO QUESTIONDon't Here is a singular exampleof
between the two Mr. Wilkins' obsession with
appear .
ed for the job than those of his own years.
major Communist powers the race issue, throwing lighton
propagandists. Furthermore, he is are expert enough In handl- those 'special prisms that

said to have become convinced that Even the crassest of our Madison ing these craft. If the Chi Pre-Judge BarryBy are being worn by such as
nese -do plan to move troops, himself and Jackie Robinson
in this country Avenue image-makers might
if public opinion shy they will almost certainlyseek through which the very clouds

toward Russia can be improved, one away from trying to palm off a cussing to destroy the U. S. car- RICHARD WILSON This system, according to reliable We would then be, in effect in the sky take the form of

major obstacle to better govern- parrot as a. sweetlytwitteringlovebird. riers in the area to eliminate Chief Cowles Washington expert information has disarmed so far as affronts (they're lily -white,
much of our air strike Bureau been implemented on strat- using the strategic weaponsin aren't they?) against Negro
mental and diplomatic relations will power. WASHINGTON D. C. egic nuclear weapons in Eu- Europe is concerned. feelings. How greatly wrong

AMERICANS somehow Opinion should be reservedon rope. But strategic nuclear There is much criticism of Mr. Wilkins is about the mean-
I have had a concept of the Sen. Barry Goldwater's weapons in the United States, the PAL system as likely to ing evoked by the word

North Viet Nam military proposal for the exercise of the intercontinental ballistic create critical delays which "switchblade." Sure, it is well
I Voice of the People power as being largely 'restricted strictly limited discretion by missiles are said to be not would make response to a known that the Negroes do

to forces.Chinese This- assisted is dan the NATO commander in the under this direct physical nuclear attack ineffective.So their share, and often for special .

guerrilla The use of tactical nuclear weapons control. it is not a simple ques- circumstances, more than ,
I gerously erroneous. for the simple reason Nor are tactical nuclear tion of letting some military their share of the switchblading -
I On The Sun's Opinion Page; Communist Vietminh tactics began that this is one of those out- weapons in Europe under commander decide when and in various communities.But .

large scale guerrilla of-this world modern prob- such control. In other words, wnere to fire an atomic wea- to suggest either that the
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters .against the French in 1946. lems of fantastic complexity.It President Johnson can "unlock" pon that might result in escalation fair-minded Eisenhower, or
mutt bt signed and bear the writer' address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should By 1954 an army had been
from Washington the to Armageddon. It is the decent and
not exceed 500 words and must bo written e a only one side of the pope. Poetry cannot ba used. The built, disciplined, indoctri- is easy for those who men women
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or nated and bloodied by many know little about 'the subjectto big weapons in Europebut a question of whether or not who listened to him, instantly
intent._ that Sen. Goldwater is he cannot unlock the smaller he must wait for the turning identified switchblade with
battles. the time the say
By battlefield of of the "key" by a man Negro is not far short of
Goldwater has consistently who opposed Goldwater French surrendered at Dien being "trigger happy" and types weaponsfor par
'Ex Ircnl Sl1l' preached for months. I won- were loud and long when he Bien Phu, eight years later reckless. But even a little in- use in limited areas. This in Washington who himself anoiac.
der if Humphrey will now suggested we hump up our the Vietminh' had a relatively quiry into this problem: sub physical' control now residesin could "be temporarily unbalanced The entire world has during -
call it from the dues the impulse to arrive at the commander in chiefin or misadvised. It is' a
And Lyndon shooting hip- backs and stand firm against large army.It the past period been taken -
or if Rockefeller will call it Communist advances; and has been the presence of such quick judgments. It is, Europe General Lemnit- question also of whether the by a seizure of juvenileand
EDITOR, Sun: "As of To- extremism. Apparently the pages of criticism were directed this very considerable land- still possible that Senator zer. General Lemnitzer is not use of weapons might be not-so-juvenile delinquency. -

day" a rather necessary country seems to be pretty at the use of the word army conventional warfare Goldwater may be wrong but authorized to use such wea- paralyzed by enemy action. There are very few Ne
qualifying expression in the well united in its approval of extremism with dire predic- strength in North Viet Nam if so he is not wrong for lack pons except, it is widely be- And there are many more groes in Moscow but there

present fast moving world- the action. Yet the howls tions of the future.As that has made this country of knowledge, and he is not lieved, on direct orders of these.complex questions than are many delinquents there,

it would seem that the Pres- which went up from the Press of Today would seem reluctant to allow the less being cavalier, capricious or President Johnson. who flash their equivalents of

ident has adopted a course of -the Walt Lippmann's and that Goldwaterism works. disciplined, untested South trigger happy. What Is now being proposed THE the switchblade. the same is
action in Viet Nam which the politicians of both parties JOHN W. HASTINGS Vietnamese forces to "ex- There are many facets of is that the PAL system DIFFICULTY is that true in Oslo. And in Rome.
tend" the war into the North. this problem which the pub- giving the President direct emotional reaction to the horror And in London. Delinquencyand
The loyalty and fighting lic knows virtually nothing physical control, shouldbe of the bomb is the basis petty crime is an Italian
POTOMAC FEVERBy qualities of some units are in about The layman who in- extended to the battlefield for judgments which oughtto problem in many towns in the

question. A failure by them quires into the problem must type of weapon. Thus what be, and must be, based- northeast, a Mexican problemin
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau Senator Goldwater is advocating upon technical informationand in the southwest
would leave the small U. S. caution himself that he may many towns -

Senators Humphrey and Kuchel pledge that this will be "a clean campaign. forces facing a horde of not fully understand what he is that the past and reasoning. What won the cheers for
Humphrey's Democrats won't attack Barry Goldwater personally and Kuchel's tough, almost fanatic troops has learned. existing practices with respect The issue does not belongin Eisenhower was his frank
Republicans will try not to. from the North. This is one to these weapons a political campaign at recognition of the need to alter -
reason why the United States WHAT LAYMAN has heardof should be continued, and it is alL A voter is in no position our attitude towards a
routine to contain communism a control system the Johnson administrationwhich because of lack of information problem concerning which our
The Navy regards that action in the Gulf of Tonkin as just police has sought weapons
work. And of course the North Vietnamese are hollering about police brutality.Sen. rather than extend called "PAL?" And what lay- is proposing to change to decide one way or the society has been almost path-
the war. The other reason is, man knows where or how it this controL other. Senator Goldwater is c'ogically permissive. And it

Douglas wants a commemorative stamp honoring Dante, the author of the of course, that we h ope to operates or even what the entitled to his opinion on this is an act of extremism of unbalanced
Inferno. In these uncertain times it's well to ,be respectful of the outstanding avoid war by obtaining a letters PAL stand for? PALIs THE UNLOCKING process because he has more infor- racial selfconsciousness -
authority on hell. reasonable chance at peace an electronic communications apparently is not instantaneous mation than the average per- for Roy Wilkins to think
through negotiations.But system developed in nor is it fool proof. Some son but it was still a mistakefor and to preach, otherwise. If

The 5,260 delegates to the Democratic Convention will sit in overstuffed if the Chinese do enter. the last few years which has contend that a large scale him to bring it into the he is going to stay moderate

chairs during the proceedings. Never have so many been so comfortable doing and 21 divisions move southward brought some, not all nuclear Soviet attack in Europe on campaign even though he he had better move towards
: 110 little. there will be no alter- weapons under the direct perhaps 20 population centers may be right. sanity, and depend less for J his
.' -- native save to employ tacti- physical control of the would destroy cr impair the No one is going to be able reputation as a moderate on
Sen. Goldwater and the GOP leaders will hold their unity meeting at Her- cal nuclear weapons. This we President of the United PAL communications systemso to know whether he is rightor the extremism of those'on his

shey, Pa. no doubt sealing the agreement with sweet talk in the Hershey will do if the Chinese force States. He possesses an electronic that even the strategic wrong for there is too left, who are, after all. rightup
BIT. .- the issue and leave no alter- "key" which "un- weapons could not be unlocked. much information which against a wall .that won't
J a. ._. 'natiYt.' locks" tech weapon for tut. must be kept strictly secret move much further to U* left.
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CONSCIENCEOF -.- -- --r p0 M AArp .. I COLORED I



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another teammate. John

THE A (Bo) Farrington, in a one car "!I

automobile accident near Rens-

., Ind., only a short dis- 1-1selaer.
JOHN R. HARRISON President and !
publisher; PAT COWLES. Vie* Prwlttnti rs tance from the Bears' camp at .i i
Florida's Beautiful ,. Ed JOHNSON Viet Prtsidtnt I I"I a' St. Joseph College. Caroline recalled -
,: end Exseutlve Editor} W. C. (Bill his
colleague "as
= a I
'University: City 111i EBERSOLE, vice President and Avsrtiiing *- By RALPH McGILL ;.: member of the Chicago Bears."
TARTACLIONE
Dirsetorj BOB Pnliticr Prix WInniar Pibllsho ., ; ;:
Viet; President end Clrc'Jlitlon Minigtr. Of the AtUnU. (Ga.) Constitution The Rev. M. G. Miles, pastor
of Philadelphia Baptist Church I
THE SUN'S .POLICY and dean of students at Florida I

1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news columns. Why U.S. I : '", ,t' : A&M, delivered the eulogy and I

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In- but only in-editorials. :: ____________ officiated! during the funeral (
3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. "_ v' services. 1

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 :: : 0" A native of St. Augustine, i
Want Ads -376-4672 ContainsViet Galimore was the youngest of ;1
four
children. He received his II'I'

elementary and secondary edu- I!

Negro Rioting in North WarNorth cation oldest in city the, graduating historic nation's there i 11:

from Excelsior High School.At .
There have been two major reactions rioters feel left out. Florida A&M University,

-so far to the rash of Negro Viet Nam's Commu- Aid to Small Farmers where he matriculated in 1953 :
1st calls itself the
government
rioting in Northern cities this summer Their action is childish and destructive he won many distinctions for :
but it does Democratic Republic of Viet A group of key figures at the recent Annual State Conference for Teachers his athletic prowess. He was J
(in addition to prompt police gain attention. Nam. This title illustrateshow
of Vocational Agriculture, held at Florida A&M: University, looks over acclaimed "Back of the Week"
measures to restore order). Laws, court decisions, non-violent good honorable words
an exhibit of a successful cooperative farm project the Woodson broth- by the Florida Sports Writers'
demonstrations have been blurred by the do-
others have tried Association, and became
anAllAmerican i
One reaction has been an intensification them, and what good did they "ever it-yourself semantics of our GALIMORE TRIBUTES halfback dur- .
time. But there is noth- TALLAHASSEE Tributeswere
of the "white backlash," a do us, the rioters feel, and smash an- ing blurred about the conven- is. paid here August 1, at ing his college career.ANNOUNCEMENTS .

revulsion against the whole race. other liquor store window. tional military power of that the Philadelphia Baptist -

state. Church to Willie Galimore,

Elsewhere on this page today appears After the Harlem riots the Rev. The so called Democratic great Chicago Bears halfback,

an article by Gordon Hancock, :Martin Luther King, Jr., said he was Republic emerged from the by several men who had The Majesties Club will meetat
with known and worked with him the home of Miss Margie
long bitterly fought war
a Negro who is concerned about the more optimistic about the South (except Johnson
at 814 NW 7th
France, in which victory was throughout much of his life, in- Avenue
manners and morals of Negroes. It for Mississippi) than he was won at Dien Bien Phu witha f tl cluding his distinguished and today at 8 p.m. All members ,

bears reading. about the North. He saw the North strong, battle tested, experienced i brillant football career. are requested to be present. a

as "potentially more explosive" and army, and a Deacon Herman Landers of Shirley White, president and re ,

The other reaction was a searching likely to take longer in solving its bureaucracy of administration. 'I the Philadelphia Baptist porter.
This latter asset has 'I Church the with -
of consciences. Why did Harlem problems.The congregation
proved to be as valuable as which Galimore had CLUB MEETINGThe
worshipped -
explode? Why Brooklyn, Rochester, the

Jersey City, Kansas City, Kan.? Whyall problems of the North are army. ; I and worked "faithfully anddevotedly" Children's Club of the
Meanwhile, the new gov- since 1957, spoke of
of them now, right after the more difficult than the problemsnow Lincoln Estates will hold its
ernment formed in the South, the football hero "as a mem-
passage of the civil rights law, dur- most felt in the South. Schools after division of the country, tT ber of the Philadelphia Baptist. Evetta meeting McDonald at the home of Miss

ing the presidential election year, and public accommodations can be had no army. Nor did it have Church." on Saturdayat
8 p.m. All children interested -
while the anti-poverty bill is pend- desegregated overnight (or over a any bureaucracy. French colonialism Dr. George W. Gore Jr., in joining the club are askedto

ing? What has gone wrong, and what planned period of transition) in any went to pieces after president of Florida A&M University -: be present.
the defeat at Dien Bien Phu. recalled the
communities do about it? Southern the i ,
can community once public FAMUI
There was a vast and contin- physical education
authorities and the private "power uing influx of refugees into iii .? s mighty Rattler who distin- LODGE TO MEET

structure" give the word. Before it the South. A government had ; t < guished himself; as an "All

Clearly, there are long-standing happens, this may seem a terrific to be formed, constitutionalforms I American," "as a loyal son of 113 The will Pallbearers Lodge No.
meet at the
regular
grievances in all the U. S. "pocketsof wrench to long-established folkwaysbut sea created.frontier The shared 900 milesof with i I FAMU." meeting place today at 8 p.m. .J

poverty," and these grievancesare it has been done in community Laos and Cambodia left Florida A&M: University's During this meeting, all assess-
most where after done Coach A. S. (Jake) Gaither remembered -ments are to be paid in full.
explosive they are community, and, once South Viet Nam vulner2ble I
compressed in city slums and com- it makes surprisingly little differenceto to smuggling of goods that y the 29 year old Charlie Ross, president, Mrs. F. t
grid star whom he
loved
I as a D. Shannon
I
racial Rochester the whites who dreaded it hurt the economy, and to reporter. (
plicated by grievances. so. son, "as a FAMU Rattler," affectionately J.
of and I
is harder to explain than the entry weapons sup and sorrowfully recalling -
plies for enemy groups.
CHOIR
others, and its rioting shows thatno But solving the problems of pover- ALWAYS THERE has hung' CoacliGrievesMrs. Gallie's sincerity, mod- i REHEARSAL

Northern city can consider itself ty, employment, cultural deprivation, over the U. S. forces in Viet esty and excellent athletic Choir Number Two of Mt. Mo-
necessarily immune. motivation, housing patterns is slower Nam the shadow of those 21 Lillian Whittington Hagins, secretary in the prowess which caused team- I riah Baptist Church will meet
veteran divisions. The Com- Florida A&M University athletic department holdsan mates to admire him and op- for rehearsal Thursday at 8 p.m.
and harder going. These are the munist North carried on with umbrella over Coach A. S. (Jake) Gaither, as ponents to fear him. Members are asked to pleasebe

The main grievance is a sense of problems now most felt in the North, guerrilla raids. They have the grieving coach enters the Philadelphia Baptist Representing the Chicago present and on time. Mrs.Callie" .

alienation. The police are "they," and not by Negroes alone, though been increasingly successful.One Church where funeral services were held for Willie Bears J. C. Carolione spoke of S. Brooks directress,

local storekeepers are "they," white they are the hardest hit. of the puzzles is why Lee Galimore. -his teammate- who died along Miss Gertha Foxworth, presi

men in general are "they." The explosive these hard bitten raids were I 'dent. ,
abandoned for a sea attack. -
(
mood is a curious mixtuue of The riots should be a signal that The fact that it was done i Up to the NeroesBy

hope and frustration. Things are improving the old leisurely pace of solving these leads great credence to belief REVIVAL IN PROGRESSRev.

but not fast enough, and the ancient problems is too slow. that Peking suggested and -- W. D. Kent noted evan.
assisted in the change of GORDON B. HANCOCKFor do not operate automatically, groes want to go into the gelist from Statesboro, Ga., is
( Till Associated Negro Press)
tactics. 'I Shakespeare uttered an almighty they must be operated by the finest place with their coats conducting a revival at the Mt.
I Propaganda Note The United States has or- truth when he said people of this country twenty off and they don't hurry to Olive Primitive Baptist Church.
million of whom
are Negroes, take their hats off.
The public is invited. Rev. H.
dered anti submarine craft "There is a Divinity that who the
Premier Khrushchev is reported to be removed. into the area because Red shapes our ends, Roughhewthem concerned are and most intimately There are just too many K. Kinsey pastor, Mrs. F. D.
is the
be looking for an American advertise Khrushchev could save a lot of China has some 30-odd! sub- how we will." Surely responsibility this great intimate Negroes who want to look Shannon reporter.CONVENTION .

ing and public relations firm that time and money if he would beginat marines given her by the Divinity was shaping the ends concern places upon Negroes.Just and act like bums regard-
Soviet at the time the Rus- of this nation when John less of who they are, or
would undertake the job of presenting home by ordering his own propa- sian fleet was modernized.The Fitzgerald Kennedy was elect- how will much be farther Negroes who is looking at them. They TO MEET

a better "image" of Soviet Russia gandists to present a better imageof fact that they are the ed President and Lyndon B. than in A.D. 2064 don't give a hoot. The sameis The Help and Aid Convention,
they are today depends
its people and its government to the American people and the U. S. older type underwater craft Johnson was elected as Vice- largely upon the use Negroes true of many Negroes rid- auxiliary to the Jersalem Mis-

the people of the United States. government to the citizens of the does not in any sense detract I President of these United make of civil rights ing public conveyances. With sionary .Association with Rev.T. .
oppor-
States in 1960. their smutty and smelling D. Davis
from their ability to sink moderator will
U.S.S.R., than the one of a warmongering tunities vouchsafed unto them
shipping. It is assumed their When Kennedy chose John- clothes on, they feel no com- convene at the Mt. Moriah,
He is said to have concluded that grasping, scheming "imperal- he by the latest civil rights leg- punction flopping themselves
his
Church
crews trained by the Rus- son as running mate islation. Baptist with Rev. L. A.
Just
what will be the
American techniques are better suit ist" nation they have been peddlingfor sians before the gulf began Ito was unconsciously choosingthe Negroe's s tat usa hundred down beside the most elegant I Tillman pastor. The date Aug.

ed for the job than those of his own years. appear between the two man upon whose shouldershis years from now depends upon ly-dressed" lady, white or 21 through 23. The public is in
major Communist powers glorious mantle was destined black. Negroes need such vited.
propagandists. Furthermore, he is are expert enough in handl- to fall. Upon who else's his his manners, his morals and plain talk and it takes the

said to have become convinced that, Even the crassest of our Madison ing these craft. If the Chi- shoulders could such glorious money. Negro newspaper to give it
do mantle have fallen to such The Negro's general man- to them. REVIVAL MEETING \
Avenue nese plan to move troops,
in
if public opinion this country image-makers might shy
? ners public and private need
they will almost certainlyseek great glory and advantage I
toward Russia can be improved, one away from trying to palm off a cuss- to destroy the U. S. car- When the late John F. Ken- great improvement. Good Negroes must not forget The revival meeting at Mt,
that civil rights legislation Moriah Baptist Church began
major obstacle to better governmental ing parrot as a sweetlytwitteringlovebird. riers in the area to eliminate nedy as President committedthis manners do not come. out of presupposes good manners. It yesterday and Rev.
much of our ahstrike nation to the cause of the air, they must be taught George
and diplomatic relations will power. civil rights he was unconsci- and herein lies the great responsibilities further presupposes a higher Jones of Clermant is in charge.
standard of morals and most
Rev. L. A. Tillman
AMERICANS somehowhave ously destining himself to a of the Negro pastor.
f When The schools! can surely it presupposes more The public is invited.
I had a concept of the glorious immortality. a newspapers.
: North Viet Nam military felon's bullet had laid low he do much but millions of Negroes money. The penniless Negro
will be interested! Ne-
never
Voice of the People power as being largely restricted had marked out the way do not go to schools. groes cannot expect to spend LEAGUE ANNIVERSARYThe
I to Chinese assisted that Johnson so marvelously The pulpits can do much but
their dollar for
Ii i guerrilla forces. This is dan- followed with the result that millions of Negroes do not every cars Sixth Anniversary of the
-I I gerously erroneous. The under the great leadership of know what the inside of a and live on credit and be in :Northeast Improvement League

On The Sun's Opinion Page==== Communist Vietminh began great Lyndon B. Johnson as church looks like. But many tegrated. i will be held today in the auditorium -
large scale guerrilla tactics succeeding President the Civil Negroes read Negro news- A hundred civil rights bills I' of the Duval School, NE

Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice ef the People column. Letters against the French in 1946. Rights Bill has been passedby papers or deal with people cannot integrate the Negro 8th Ave. at 8 p.m. The speakerwill
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot By 1954 an army had been Congress which is posi- who do. P. L. Prattis says in with bad manners,. bad morals be Mr. Leon Hicks, Jr. The
exceed 500 words and must bt written en only one lid of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The built, disciplined indoctrinated tive cause for elation and his column in the Associated and* no money in the public is invited. Rev. R. A.
Sun reserves the right to reject Utter to shorten it, without
Intent. any or changing the writer's meaning or and bloodied by many jubilation, but we must never Negro Press, "Lot of Ne- bank. Jackson, president. L. V. Davis,

battles. By the time the forget that the Civil Rights secretary, L. M. Jackson prin-
Goldwater has consistent 1 y who opposed Goldwater French surrendered at Dien Bill was, figuratively speaking MAULDIN cipal.
preached for months. I wonder were loud and long when he
a XLI C11IIz nit Bien Phu, eight years later, written in the blood of
if Humphrey will now suggested we hump up our the Vietminh had a relatively our lamented President John-
And Lyndon call it shooting from the hip'-. backs and stand firm againstor large army.It Fitzgerald Kennedy who died LAKE BUTLER NEWS

if Rockefeller will call it Communist advances; and has been the presence of for the cause of civil rights.As The Hopewell A.. M. E. Churchis
EDITOR Sun "As of Toextremism.. Apparently the pages of criticism were di- this very considerable land- has been said in this conducting Vacation Bible i

day" a rather necessary country seems to be pretty rected at the use of the word army, conventional warfare column before John Fitzgerald u School. It will begin Monday,
qualifying expression in the well united in its approval of extremism with dire predic- strength in North Viet Nam Kennedy died for the J \ Aug. 17 and close Friday Aug.

present fast moving world- the action. Yet the howls tions of the future. that has made this country Negro race! 28, ten days. The public is in
it would seem that the PresWhICh went up from the Press As of Today would seem reluctant to allow the less Concerning the Emancipation ) vited. Rev. Hifton Simmons,

ident has adopted a course ofthe Walt Lippmann's and that Goldwaterism works. disciplined, untested South of 1863 there has often I pastor, Miss Willie Mae Perry,
action in Viet Nam which the politicians of both parties JOHN W. HASTINGS Vietnamese forces to "ex- been raised questions of the ( ( reporter.
tend" the war into the North. intents and motives of Abra-
The loyalty and fighting ham Lincoln, but no such ALACHUA NEWS

POTOMAC FEVERBy qualities of some units are in questions can be raised about ::\ / The St. Mary Baptist Church

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau question. failure by them the intents and motives of / will observe Women's Day next
would leave the small U. S. the immortal Kennedy. He Sunday. Mrs. D. M. Shade will
Senators Humphrey and Kuchel pledge that this will be a clean campaign. forces facing a horde of died a martyr to the cause be acting pastor. The program: /'

Humphrey's Democrats won't attack Barry Goldwater personally, and Kuchel's tough, almost fanatic troops of civil rights for Negroes.He r t:' i, Ft. ; evt 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m.,
Republicans will try not to. from the North. This is one was slain in that South j. t.T morning worship with speaker,

reason why the United States that fought an unsucessful Mrs. Mable Lee George, Gaines-
The Navy regards that action in the Gulf of Tonkin as just routine police has sought to contain com- War of Rebellion to perpetuate ville, 1:30: pjn. dinner will be
work. And of course the North Vietnamese are hollering about police brutality. munism rather than extend the Negro's enslavementand served. 3 pjn. evening service

the war. The other reason Is, that South that is today s s speaker, Mrs. Lewis of Gaines-
Sen. Douglas wants a commemorative stamp honoring Dante the author of the of 'course, that we h ope to virtually fighting to reenslate j ville. 5 pjn. service, Mrs. Boston
Inferno. In these uncertain times, it's well to be respectful of the outstanding avoid war by obtaining a its Negro citizens. It is true of Gainesville will be the

authority on hell. reasonable chance at peace that the Civil Rights Bill has 114 4wt speaker. Mrs. Erma Washington
through negotiations. been enacted and signed by sponsor, Rev. C. L. Dan-
I The 5,260 delegates to the Democratic Convention will sit in overstuffed But if the Chinese do enter, our President into a law of nison pastor

chairs during the proceedings. Never have so many been so comfortable doing and 21 divisions move southward the land, our fight is not r -

:' so little. there will be no alter- over but just beginning. PERSONALS
native save to employ tacti- The enactment of civil ::; Mrs. Leola Blakley of Deer-
Sen. Goldwater and the GOP leaders will hold their unity meeting at Hershey cal nuclear weapons. This we rights legislation places upon field is in the city on business.She .

; Pa. no doubt sealing the agreement with sweet talk in the Hershey k will do if the Chinese force Negroes themselves a great I' is a former resident here
.Bar.l 1| the issue and leave no alter responsibility for its imple- = and is stopping with Mr. and

-t- native. -* mentation. Civil Rights laws THE WARRIORS Mrs. Mose KIndrickj.
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City Torn by Riots.



Rochester, N.Y., public. officials but in the nation. as racial. Whites, too, are in
and citizens alike were This city in recent years the "ghettos", thousands of
surprised and dismayed when has set many examples of them, low-paid whites.
racial rioting struck their city, equal Opportunities from We need intolerance of politicians ...,
reputed to be a city of broth- jobs to housing to education. who make capital of
erhood. Rochester newspa- Brotherhood has been prac- racial problems. We've had ,.
pers, members of a group that ticed here. That message them.' ,
won the Pulitzer Prize this must be made unmistakablyclear. We need intolerance of the I OND
year for leadership in racial super abundance of com-
relations reacted quickly. Ed- More should be done, and mittees formed in every di-
itorials from the two news- will be done. But in the mean- rection. So many that: they
papers, 'printed during the ,And
time we can set another ex- overlap everywhere. we
first critical days after the ample., ,need intolerance of good men I
rioting, are reproduced here.) and women who don't have : 1 I
Rochester can now demonstrate sense enough to say "no" and u I!f I I
From ''the Democrat and what must be done who belong to so many com- GIRLS
Chronicle, Sunday, July 26 when hoodlums, under the mittees that they can't serve I
NO PUSSYFOOTING guise of a racial problem or any of them profitably.We I
WITH HOODLUMS civil rights agitation, seek to need intolerance of any I
There is no excuse for mob defy the law and place them- further obstruction to settingup
violence such as struck Roch- selves above authority.Both Planned Parenthood cen- 1 v I

ester yesterday. these messages must ters in underprivileged areas i Y 1 OUTSTANDING SELECTION GIRLS I -
Lawl e s s ness, no matter be clear, here and to the nation for the tragic clock-like
what the motivation or ration- : spawning of unwanted children -
alization cannot. ,be tolerated.The Opportunity under the law locks families into per- II J Ill ifi !
ITV
vast majority of the citizens belongsto every man. manent poverty.We QUAL DRESSES
of this community, white
Immunity from the law be- need intolerance of dem- i OISCOU NT fflhi:5flhIII1i.p':
and Negro, want strict enforcement agogues who cry out about 1 o
of the law and pres- longs to no man. discrimination against 1 jtiii-; iuii i i i : i i i 1
ervation of order.Hoodlums .
From the Democrat and Negroes on jobs, while busi- I
/) : of whatever race Chronicle, Tuesday, July 28 nesses and factories are 1 I I Illli I II IIf llllI Ill $ Pt
or color.'belong'in jail. WHAT WE NEED IS searching for qualified Ne-
Any pussyfooting in dealing INTOLERANCE OF PHONIES groes. and agencies and BONUS 3 to 6X
with them whether teen-
AND DEMAGOGSIt's commissions are pleadingwith
agers or adults, white of Ne- Negroes to stay in schoolor COUPONS!
gro is a mistake which over, the main wave of take a "skill training"
r ,,
leads only to greater violence. violence, that is. Now the course to prepare for waiting I
Law enforcement officials of long, sad, harrowing task of jobs. .. COUpON AND
this community have the planning a tomorrow. We need intolerance of 1 cuP| THIS .
backing of responsible citizensIn What kind of tomorrow is weaseling by any real estate '300 SHEETS -N OTEBOOK I
whatever action is necessary there for Rochester? dealers.We .

to enforce law and order.A A scarred, unhealed one if need to deal in the FIL1.ER PAPER i .,
curfew, such as imposedlast no lessons are learned from Rochester of tomorrow in $3 7 to 14

night is a severe mea- today's tragedy.A physical, tangible, specifics.We 1 V/ith AIS 7 C \
\, sure. It fringes on the rights better tomorrow if it is need to put money and c u .
of the many in order to com- built upon facing up to truths. energy into specific goals in- REG. 47C.e;; .l
bat the lawlessness of a relatively to specific projects. And we .
We must grow up as a city. l
REGULARLY PRICED
TO 3.581
the .. ._ !
few. But rioting We must stop being a door- need to demand specific re- ;:NN
called for strict action. mat city. sults, not just hope vaguelyfor
The curfew should provide results. 1 j pON ;,:. Choose from a fabulous assortment
We must NOT end of Is I
any TH .
a period for the various law cuP ,, of 100% 1/
the excellent interracial Rochester, a proud city, has cotton, wash n wear
.
I enforcement agencies to effectively that have made Rochester projecb been a city slow to awaken to 1 3 HOLE NOTEBOOK a dresses some with famous
join forces to protectthe famous. problems in the past but long f I i t. "Sc otc h guard" rain and stan( 1
peace. since awakened to the racial 11 'H repeHer.
Once that has been accom- But we must blend with problem.Its i ;

plished, the curfew should be them something new. next lesson is that a WItH ,
promptly lifted. Then officers This is a new kind of intol- doormat is used to wipe one's COUPON Selection Includes, "A" lines, 1
must be prepared to take the erance of our own; an intol- feet on. 1 REG. 8Bc .a shirtwaists, (jumper and sailor styles, I
strictest possible action directly erance of any further wishy- Intolerance is our need. In- 1 in one and two piece, with short,
against. future troublemakers. washy acceptance of untruthsor tolerance of phonies, of dem- 1 long, and 3/4 sleeves. I
unfair practices which agogues, of headline-seekers, I
spark demagogic trouble. or smoke-screen experts, of I
From, The 27OPPORTUNITY Times Union, We need an intolerance of flouters of the law, of hood- 1 Shop Modern..CHARGE IT! 1 t Select from solids, prints and plaids, I
Monday July inspirational gene r a lit i i e s lums. in teal blue, scarlet, lime, navy,
for ALL, You don't nood cash to ...
IMMUNITY for NONE about how the Negro can do On this kind of intolerance, I 100,000 Items for homo MTV and famllyl ewe III cranberry and char-brown.
no wrong because his is a plus a steady increase in I
These are the real messages -
story of a of injus- and work
century
great good
on
ester from: the rioting in Roch- tice at the hands of whites. SPECIFIC projects Rochester I MAKE J.M. FIELDS YOUR SAVINGS CENTER FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL 1 !
We all know the basic I
truthof can build a better tomorrow -
Civil rights for any minority
this great injustice. But it .
group has little, or nothing to MISS JANE"PANTIES
has been exploited and abus- I
do with it. ed. This is 1964. Injustices r .. I
re
Rather the rights of all 600- I V..11I-.tfl!
000 residents of this county main. But great good has been PRETTY PRINT"
and is being done. We need
s.
Th s
at stake.
are intolerance of excusing what 1
"Police brutality" has noth- t r
COTTON-I Il
happens today because of the >
ing to do with it, either. 1 .. .
Rather, brutality TO police past.We 3
Is involved. need intolerance of gen- f l a 1

Every hour that passes eralized accusations and cli- PAIRS / SLACKS IIIJIIIy.t
clear ches and the like. Every time 1
makes it more that thrill "k
seekers, drunks and hoodlums a generalization comes forth,
from' whatever source, 1 Regularly 3 for 1.38 panties .
seized a chance to run wild, we with rib leg. Contour cut / .
to defy authority, to jeer police need to counter by demand- I combed cotton.Sizes 4 to 16. :; !: I ..
officers. ing specifics. 1 IIHi White and 'luscious pastels. J IIJJiiiJIII $1 :'

During the first 48 hours, Police brutality? Specifically $ I /:
an undermanned police force what brutality? We needto
followed 'a policy of toleranceand demand the date and time GIRLS' "MOtrHJL"ANKLETS i,.;. Ii

tience.To lenience. and great pa- and brutality place.are Most heresay charges, even of fflftk'Jfl i I I Compare at 1.39 to 1.94 c 1t.,

though cops are not all per + ti.
that the hoodlums reacted fect. 1 Colorful print sleeks, saucily ,
with greater violence 'u'- tapered !in pink, blue or green 1. : ,
and a seeming determinationto Negro ghettos? What does 100%, combed cotton, drips dry, .!
show that their mob rule this ? The 1 4
mean Negro in needs little or no Ironing! :
was stronger than the gov- Rochester has burst out of 1 r
ernment.On the "ghetto". or stretchedits /.
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Sunday, calling out the boundary to the point of PAIRS SEE OUR COMPLETE NEW ,,1
National Guard to augmentthe where the "ghetto" goes from MAqf IllllhII SELECTION of mix 'N' match .
police so that a tougher one end of Rochester to the EE As advertised" In "Seven blouses and man-tailore l /: \,,
teen 100S combed
cotton
policy could be followed was a other. Every wellmeaningman CALL NOW 1 bobby sex with action cuff, shirts . from 87c t
significant and proper step. or woman who uses the fin. rib knit. Regularly 2 iTii'FiiiiiIIIIIII ii
Its result became quickly inflammatory term "ghetto" 1tfS. 71 c. 1111111 -:
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f. KopelwitzSchneiderNuptial UiOIDfll 0 f f m -. : '( Schenck-Tucker Vows Exchanged .



r Plans Listed ORMOND BEACH Duringa Immediately after the cer*

candlelight ceremony, the mony, the bride's parents entertained -
, marriage of Miss Paula Tucker with a reception la
s Wedding plans are Junior bridesmaid will be THE family f L Y YRuth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nr Fellowship Hall of the Church.
announced today by Miss Da. Liba Engel; flower girl, Dene Dallas Tucker, Ormond Beach,
vida Kopelowitz and Victor Belinsky; ring bearer, Mayer and James Larry Schenck, son f 1te. Mrs. Ben Tucker, Mrs.
Sidney' Schneider of Jacksonville Engel, nieces and nephew of of Mr. and Mrs. Robert George Toney and Mrs. Glenn
whose marriage will take the bride. Weimer-Women's EditorFerencz Schenck of Waldo, took place Rose, served the wedding cake.
at the Hillel Friday evening in the First
Sunday
place
Michael Schneider, brotherof A Those pouring punch were
Baptist Church of Ormond
Foundation at 3:30 m.
p. the Miss Joan Manderfield and
bridegroom, will be best Beach.
The bride to be is the man, and ushers will be Rob- -HughesNuptials Rev. Miss Anne Barleon.
Rudolph Moore, pastor, p.
and Mrs. Max
daughter of Mr.
ert
Greenberg, Bruce
Witten
assisted
by The Venerable Miss Agnes Tucker, Ormond
Kopelowltz and bridegroom-i Herbert Fishier all of Jackson- I Fred Yerkes, archdeacon of the Beach, aunt of the bride, kept
elect is the of Dr. and Mrs. 0
son
ville and ye
Louis
Belinsky of Diocese of Florida book.
Episcopal the bride's
I Nathan J. Schneider of Jack. Austin, Texas, brother in
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-i performed the double ring
sonville. law of the bride. Announced Nassau HoneymoonTo
,
ceremony.
Rabbi Gerald Engel of West i;
Saturday evening at 6, Dr. i Nuptial music was provided R travel, the bride chose a
Lafayette Ind., will performthe I and Mrs. Schneider will give I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ed-]Miss Jane Elizabeth Hughes, to-by Mrs. Rudolph Moore, organ- powder blue shantung suit with
I
ceremony and the nuptial the rehearsal dinner at the ward Hughes announce the Richard James Ferencz, son of ist, and Miss Shelly Smith, matching hat, navy accessoriesand
music will be provided by Mrs. and Mrs. Albert James
Inn for Mrs. &y a white rose from
holiday the bridal par- marriage of their daughter, u wore
Soloist will be soloist.Mother
Seldon Waldo. Ferencz of Bridgeport, Conn.
Jacksonville ty -and guests. II I I Designed Gown her bouquet.
Mrs. Ann Lewis of >
The wedding took place Au- The bride, given in marri-
cousin of the bride. Sunday at 9 a. m. a break- Following the bridegroom's
gust 7 in Portsmouth, Va., at age by her father, wore a full- ,:
Mrs. Gerald Engel of West fast will be held at the Gaines- graduation from Florida State
Lafayette Ind., will be matron ville Gold and Country Club for the home of the officiating minister length gown of imported silk University Saturday morning,
.of-honor and Mrs. Louis Belin- the wedding party and out of Rev. W. E. Dunn, pastorof organza. Tiny silk rosebudsand the couple left for a honey-
the Methodist Church. clusters of seed pearls de-
&ky of Austin, Texas, will be town guests. Hosts for the oc- corated the bodice and train. ) : moon in Nassau.
casion will be Mr. and Mrs. Attending the couple were
bridesmatron. They both are
Her elbow length veil fell Out of town guests attendingthe
Sidney Grossman, uncle and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Canpan-
sisters of the bride. from a tiara of rosebuds,I wedding were Rev and
aunt of the bride.Immediately elli.
orange blossoms and pearls.I Mrs. John Gibbs of Tifton,
following the The bride is a graduate of She carried a bouquet of white: Ga.; Mrs. V. A. Rogers of Mie-
CalendarOf ceremony, a reception will be Gainesville High School and rosebuds and tuberoses and a anopy, Mrs. Carlton Van
held at the Hillel Foundation. has been attending Jones Busi- white Bible. Her jewelry was a Arnam and children of Mica-
ness College in Jacksonville.Mr. strand of pearls, the gift of the ------- -- -- ---- -- 1 V T.'I nopy; Miss Irene Monroe and.Mr.
,r Mrs. James Larry Schenck
Donald Schenckof
in bridegroom.The and Mrs.
Ferencz, now serving I
Events 1 / awr the U. S. Navy, was graduatedfrom wedding gown was designed -U. S. N., Norfolk Va., was best mother a rose from the bou-' Waldo and Mrs. Charlie Crevasse -
high school in Bridgeport.He and made by the man. Ushers were Michael]quet. of Cedar Key.
is temporarily stationed in bride's mother. Schenck, Waldo; Kenneth I IIE
TODAY August 11 Portsmouth aboard the SS Sara- Attendants for the bride were Marchman, Bartow; James Kill and Ants
Gainesville Junior Woman's her sister, Miss Sue Tucker, as McLaughlin, Ormond Beach, Easy aLO! i oac
toga. IE .
Club Parade of Homes maid of honor; Miss Jane and Charles Pursley, LaFay- ; _
will be at homein
NW 28th Avenue off 34th The couple Pope, Panama City and Miss ette, Ga.
Street. TODAY August 11 Mrs. Richard James Ferencz Portsmouth. Carolyn Morris, Ormond The bride's mother chose a I \ ,', -\.i.

WEDNESDAY August 12 Wedding of Miss Peggy Jo Beach, bridesmaids; Mrs. Rita dress of mauve lace and chiffon 't : )
"TV Reception" for fresh- Norris, daughter of Mr. and I Watson Green I McCann Chitty, Ormond Beach, over taffeta with matching ,
men entering the Universityof Mrs. Elijah Tatum Norris, bridesmatron, and Miss Betty accessories. Her corsage was a
Florida in September and and Randall Scott Dampier of ,Ann Tucker, Ormond Beach, catrlaya orchid. !
their parents, 8 p.m. Alach- Waverly, Fla., son of Mr. and High Springs Mr. and Mrs. !junior bridesmaid.The The bridegroom's mother.
ua County Alumni Club hostsat Mrs. Horace Emmanuel Dam- Willie Chester Watson of High attendants wore Identical chose a beige sheath dress i

UF Faculty Club, West pier of Waverly, 7:30 p.m., Springs announce the engage- v Empire styled gowns of with matching jacket accented j -' ,
Newberry Road.Gainesville Antioch Baptist Church, Route ment and approaching marri- dark green velvet bodices and with beige lace, and matching I ) -
of their daughter, Miss I pastel green skirts. They '" tjS-;
Junior Wom- Three, Gainesville. Reception age ; crepe 'accessories. Her corsage was
i Mary Peggy Watson, to Albert 4z wore matching headpieces 0 f Vanda Orchids. I y y. K[hIS
of ,
an's Club, Parade of Homes, I following in the home of thebride's
Roscoe Green, son of Mrs. pastel green veiling accentedby As the bride approached the
at LaCrosse. :
NW 28th Avenue off 34 t h parents I L ;
Lorene Green of Archer. taffeta bows and carried altar, she presented her mother -| ,- -
Street. WEDNESDAY, August 12 of white daisies. '
The wedding is planned for bouquets a rose from her bridal bou: -- ..
University City Bridge Coffee in the Little Miss Susan Toney, .. '..
complimenting Miss August 15 at 4 p. m. I quet and as she left the altar,: : -
Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, Martha Jane Edwards, fiancee First Baptist Church of High flower girl, wore a pastel|she presented the bridegroom's i I Brush on Once Last for Month
107 NW 15th Terrace. of Douglas Davis of Springs. A reception will follow I green taffeta dress and carried i JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH : Simply brush Johnston's
Summer Bridge, Univer- Valdosta, Ga., 10:30: a.m. un- in the church.No a basket filled with white flower -' 40 BED CAPACITY I: No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to
sity of Florida Women's Club til noon, Mrs. W. B. McMul- invitations are being sent petals. 'I NURSING HOME I: stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective foe
and Newcomers Group, 8 len, Gainesville Golf and and all friends and relatives of Brother Lights Candles months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets.
p.m., Clubhouse, West New- Country Club. the couple are invited to at- Dallas Tucker Jr., brother of NOW OPEN Remember: No-Roach means no roaches.
berry Road.Gainesville. Coffee honoring Miss k.v.x the bride, lighted the candles STARKE NURSING HOME

Bridge Club, Nancy Pepper, fiancee of John tend.Miss Watson, a graduate of A Dd saeA before the ceremony.Lt. 1 101 S. Collty Rd.INC., starki. Ph. ,,,..un I Available at "II PUBLIX Stores
(J. G.) Robert Schenck,
7:30: Holiday Inn. of ,. .
p.m. Carswell of Hazelwood, N.C., Santa Fe High School, was
Student recital for Summer Mrs. Elmo Jackson and Mrs.J. graduated recently from Tift

Voices classes of Dr. Vere E. Puckett, 10:30: a.m. to College in Forsyth, Ga. with a Miss Mary Peggy Watson GUESS WHAT? MR. 4 % I
Richards, 8 p.m. Recreation 12:30 p.m., Jackson home, degree in elementary education -
Center. 1515 NW 14th Avenue. She will be a member of graduate of Santa Fe High
Division of Art Gainesville Elementary School, is presently stationedat
THURSDAY August 13 the High Springs
Woman's Club, 10 a.m., Mrs. School in September.Mr. I Keesler Air Force Base in You
Lunch eon complimentingMiss faculty can get
Nathan L. Smith, 631 NW 34th Nancy Pepper, bride- Green, who also Is a ,Biloxsi, Miss. WE ..ATt I
Drive. I that care-free
THURSDAY August 13 elect of John Carswell, Hazel- ____ f_
wood, N. C., Mrs. Carlos feeling, too
Gainesville Junior Wom- M ,
an's Club, Parade of Homes, Proctor and Mrs. Spurgeon ABOUT PEOPLEArriving ; t. .
MOVED -
with I
NW 28th Avenue off 34th Cherry at the Proctor home, security
Archer Road.FRIDAY .
I
Street. today from Mrs. John Francis Daniel of and 4Vi %

FRIDAY, August 14 August 14 Lynchburg, Va., will be !Mrs.J. Panama City, parents of her yes we have moved out of our old location
Gainesville Junior Woman's Luncheon feting Miss Nancy dividends
into brand home better. We '
who will be fiance, John F. Daniel. a new to serve you x.
E. Wood Jr.,
Club, Parade of Homes, NW Pepper, bride-elect of Jo h n now carry a large choice of all the gardening
28th Avenue off 34th Street. Carswell Hazelwood, N. C., the houseguest of Mrs. Bryan Several pre nuptial par- supplies and equipment to help you have a better at G.M.B.L.Gainesville.
Gainesville Bridge Club, Mrs. F. E. Clayton, Gaines- Walker. Mrs. Wood, the sister ties are being given for the garden lawn and crop. Be sure to visit us soon. l
9 a.m., Holiday Inn ville Golf and Country Club. of the late Mr. Walker affianced couple, whose wedding t ,
SATURDAY August IS 15 will be remembered as the 1
SATURDAY August
is scheduled for August
University Medical Guild Wedding of Miss Gretchen former !Miss Louise Walkerof The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision Jl'
Gainesville. 23 in the Tyndall Air Force
Swim party and picnic supper Mary Smith, daughter of Mr.
of
Base Seed
ChapeL Asgrow
Company Mutual
6:30: p.m., Gainesville and Mrs. Burton Dunham
Golf and Country Club. Smith of Havre de Grace, Miss Helen Pit t man, Before her departure for BUILDING &
Gainesville Junior Wom- Md., and Charles Alfred Rich, daughter of Col. and Mrs. L. Panama City, Helen com- NOW AT LOAN ASSOCIATION

an's Club, Parade of Homes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Pittman, is spending sev- pleted requirements for herB. 1315 N.W. 16th AVE. 6-6489 217 N.E. 1st Street
NW 28th Avenue off 34th Elmore Rich of Gainesville, eral days in Panama City as A. degree at the Univer- Phone FR 6-6771
Street. in Havre de Grace. the houseguest of :Mr. and sity of Florida. I
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This Is the conclusion of a soever man. .eateth any man- many countries, including all -- ",. '.. ,... '" "c- I
two-part article on "Who are ner of blood; I will. cut him Communists countries, where .<>' ,' ;'<"' "s' .. : "",' .4.,'r', r' ::1W .
Jehovah's Witnesses?", part off from among his people." they are banned. e 4. l: I1 J i

of the Son's series on "What ; WHAT OUR And Acts 15:20: "Abstain from Ji i

Our Religions Are." y things strangled, and from Do Jehovah's Witnesses be- ;

blood." This is explicit. lieve theirs is the only true I
By MILTON G. HENSCBEL
Jehovah's Witnesses faith? II
see no
What do the Witnesses be difference between being fed Certainly. If they thought s ,x I
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"lieve about hell? RELIGIONS ARE blood through the mouth or someone else had the true faith,

Hell is the grave; it is not | nose or intravenously. In emer- they would preach that. Thereis
'a place of fiery, eternal tor- gencies, blood substitutes may only "one faith," said Paul. -e
ment. Hell is a place of rest, j be used. The Witnesses would

in hope of resurrection, not a risk "temporary" death rather Jehovah's Witnesses do not
for torture from which than accept a blood transfusionand believe that there is more than
place Peter that those in the graves will be permitted to preach, but they incur God's disapproval.We one way to gain salvation, or
one can never escape.
said Jesus was in hell after his resurrected.* aDo are invited to do so just as do not condemn medical that the majority of people will
the boys Samuel, Jeremiah and practice there meet the strict requirements of
death. Death and hell will both ; are many physicians
the Witnesses believe in I Timothy did. Jesus was only 12 and dentists among Je, true faith. Jesus showed that
.be, at the end of the
destroyed I
? when he about hisFather's
baptism was
rule of Christ. hovah's Witnesses. only a minority would be right:
thousand-year "
business, discussingthe "Narrow is the which lead-
Purgatory is not mentioned Yes. Baptism is a symbol of Some defend transfusions be- way
Scriptures. eth unto life, and few there be
once in the Bible. It is an inven- dedication to the will of Jeho cause they save lives, and referto that find it."

tion of men. There is no "in- vah. We consider baptism to be Are ministers and workers Jesus as the greatest exam-

termediate" state of the dead. complete submersion, not just paid? ple of giving a blood transfu 1"
Such ideas are found in the ancient sprinkling. The baptism that Ministers at our national sion. This is shallow reasoning: Next What is a Jew? = I

pagan religions, not in the, started with Jesus is not meant Christ Jesus's blood was not (C. 1963-4 by Cowles
headquarters in Brooklyn, New Maga- This is the new Kingdom Hall of Jehovah'sNE Witnesses, located at 1124
Bible. for cleansing from sin, because drained off and preserved. What zines and Inc. 11
'-- York, and in the field are vol- Broadcasting, ) Third Ave.
S Jesus was no sinner-Hebrews untary workers. All officers of little of his blood was literally I

What do Witnesses believe 7. the Watch Tower Bible and shed, fell to the ground. Noneof

.about heaven? Matthew 28 shows that the Tract Society and others at his blood was used to put 'Activity' Is Theme Of Local WitnessesHeadquarters I

I Heaven is the habitation of baptized ones must first be headquarters receive $14 allow- into the veins of. someone else.

spirit creatures; it is the place taught. This, with Jesus's bap- ance per month for personal S for Jehovah's the congregation who have en- all in the congregation. All of tion Servant and Theocratic I

of God's throne. The reward of tism at the age of 30 shows needs. Why do Witnesses enter peo- Witnesses in this area is the rolled in the school program. these meetings are free and Ministry School Servant is H.

f spiritual life with Christ Jesus that baptism is not for infantsbut They are given free room and ple's homes to try to convert Kingdom Hall located at 1124 I The second school is conductedin open to the public.In Glen Throckmorton. Evon Selfis
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in heaven for men on earth is for persons of responsibleage board. As a means of support, them? NE Third Ave. The new mod- the Kingdom Hall library addition, meetings for Bible Study Servant and

'iiiiited'to those who inherit the who have the ability to most of the Witnesses do secu- Jehovah's Witnesses preachat ern building serves as the :while the first school proceedsin field service are held every Frank Ballentine is'Magazine-

1 Kingdom of God. In Revelation learn. lar work. the homes of the people be- place of worship for the con- the main auditorium. Following morning at 9 a. m. followed by Territory Servant, assisted by
Christ Jesus did and
7:4, the number of these is given cause theyare gregation of 101 member minis- I the school program, at calls on homes of the people in Earl Dennison. Ethan Snyderis
as exactly 144,000. Can any Witness be an or- How are Jehovah's Witnesses to take him as their exam- ters. The Gainesville, Florida 8:30: p. m. on Thursday even- the community. All membersof the Literature Servant, as-
dained minister? ple and follow in his footsteps.Paul .
a governed? Congregation of Jehovah's Wit- ing is the weekly "Service the congregation engage ac- sisted by John D. Funk. Rich-
said that he
I :.. :What will become of the billions Yes, for true ordination comes The governing body consistsof taught "pub-" nesses preaches and teaches in Meeting." During this hour tively in the public preachingwork. ard 0. Tillis is assistant Theocratic
from God. Jehovah, through licly and from house to house.
t of people who have livedon Christ ordains his witnesses to seven ministers serving as a We believe we have the most complete unity with all other methods for expanding and im- Ministry School Servant.
the earth? ministers-John board of directors. They are urgent message of all time and congregations of Jehovah's proving the ministry are discussed Presiding minister is RobertV. Ann Throckmorton is Accounts

After mentioning the 144,000 serve as elected by the 402 members of should follow the example in the Witnesses, world wide and with and demonstrated for Bender. Assistant Congrega- Servant. i
chose fishermen
I Jesus
who will go to heaven, Reve- 15:16. the Watch Tower Bible and Bible and take it to people'shomes. the international headquarters, I
and other
lation 7 tells of "a great multi tax collectors, un- Tract Society, who reside in 29 Watchtower Bible and Tract

t tude, which no man could number -I trained men, as well as the countries. The board choosesone aWhy Society, Brooklyn, New York. Near Agreement on Plan I
I learned Paul. Similar men
of all nations, standing director as president. The do Witnesses distribute
; before the throne. These are' may become ordained ministers present president is N. H. Knorrof literature street ? Meetings held at the King- I
on corners
destined to live forever on the' today. Jehovah's Witnesses are, Brooklyn. cannot be reached dom Hall begin with a public
Many people To
indeed, a society or body of Delay ReapportionmentMcCullock
earth.
at their residences. Jehovah's Bible lecture every Sunday I
ministers.The What is the attitude toward
Witnesses believe they evening at 6:30 D.m. At 7:45_
The Peter said "We :
apostle : public ceremony of water a---- --- on
divorce?
according to his promise, look immersion identifies one as a must preach to people aroundthe on Sunday evenings, the weekly By E. W. KEI1'ORTHYI Court held that the districts for ranking minority
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for new heavens and a new minister of God. It marks himas Divorces may be obtained world before this generation "Watchtower Study" is held, @ N rUt Uurk iI'hUl'l1 both houses in state legislatures -member of the House JudicI- I
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only on the ground of marital passes and they use all in which
earth." This means the removal a who has dedicatedhis away a particular Bible I WASHINGTON must be "substantially ary Committee, proposed legis
person I
of the wicked and oppressive entire life to the service of unfaithfulness. Adultery is a possible ways of doing it. subject is discussed by the con- sional leaders of -both Congres- equal" in population.The lation to stay reapportionment fI
violation of God's law. If a Wit- Preaching in the streets is parties
system under Satan and the us- Jehovah it one gregation. On Tuesday at 8 p. decision has provoked proceedings until the end of the
; implies acceptanceof and the Justice I
obtains divorce other Department
I ness a on The Paul
hering in of the righteous rule the obligations which the way. apostle preached m., study groups meet at the were nearing Mon- great controversy in many second regular session of any
and remarries he agreement
grounds in the market Jesus
places.
of Christ. Kingdom Hall and six private states and in congress because state legislature after passageof
ministry imposes. must be expelled from the con- taught on the streets of the peo day on legislation that would '
house of the the bill.
Then the earth will be madea Jesus set the example by his gregation. ple. Hence this method has its homes in the area for a studyof permit delay in carrying out state traditionally legislatures one has not been

paradise. "There shall be no baptism in the River Jordan, a foundation in the Bible. Bible prophecy. the controversial decision of the basis of In effect this would mean a
more death, neither sorrow, nor after which he devoted his life What is the attitude toward the Supreme Court on reappor apportioned on delay of from two to four

crying, neither shall there be to the ministry. We believe, birth control? Why are Witnesses per- On Thursday night at 7:30: I tionment of state legislatures.The population alone. years, depending on the lengthof
felt in
The resentment
any more pain" Revela- that titles like "Reverend" and The purpose of marriage is secuted? the "Theocratic Ministry proposed legislation states has been exacerbated many the state legislative session.

tion 21:4. Jehovah will provideall "Father" are not properly applied -the of children. Jeho- School" is conducted at the would allow but
rearing The Bible says, "All that will not require, because United States district The purpose was to halt all
things needed by the human to ministers but belong to vah's Witnesses regard birth live godly in Christ Jesus shall Kingdom Hall. Here members federal district courts to stay court judges in many cases redistricting while Congressand
family, and animals now fero God alone Matthew 23:9. control as an entirely personal suffer 2 reapportionment proceedings the timeto
persection" Timothy participate in handling public gave state legislatures very states were given
cious will be at peace with Clerical garb is. never used. matter. 3:12.: Jehovah's Witnesses be- speaking assignments on Bible whenever they believed condi- little time to comply with the ratify a constitutional
man Isaiah 65. There will be' I lieve their work is of God. They tions warranted giving the Supreme Court decision. amendment allowing one houseof

no more national boundaries, no Are boys and girls allowedto Why do they refuse blood know their real persecutor is sermons. Two sessions are states more time to carry out Last week Sen. Everett Dirk- a state legislature to be
political divisions and no war- preach? transfusions? held during this hour, necessi- the Court decision.
the Devil. They have been arrested Supreme sen of Illinois, the Republican based "on factors other than
; Micah 4. It is to such a world Yes. Youths are not only Leviticus 17:10 says: "What-I beaten, and jailed in tated by the large number in I Last June 15 the Supreme leader, and Rep. William M. I population."



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i Tax Assessor ExplainsAnd -- I AtlantansTo Court Orders Bobby Wants Wagner's OK! How To(Advertisement HoldFALSE )




QuestionsExemptionsBy IntegrateATLANTA Before Try for NY SenatorNEW Firmly TEETHMore in PlaceDo

AP) -The stage your false teeth annoy and embarrass -
dropping or wob-
by slipping
is YORK (AP) Atty. Democratic state chairman for the office. laugh or talk?
set today for a possible showdown I bling when you eat.
his ask themselves ,
audience to
JIM McGUIRK, Smith said that despite Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on
Sun Staff Writer title of "tax assessor," the jobis 'Do we still need exemptions?" between civil rights forces' Gen. Robert F. Kennedy says he William H. McKeon said he i At that time, President John- your plates.This alkaline(non-acid>
would consider powder holds false teeth more firmly
I' not running for would had
and "certainly encourage"Kennedy's son not ruled out
not to levy taxes but onlyto an adamant Atlanta restau- Kennedy and more comfortably. No gummy.
the exemptions U.S. senator from New York He said and other taste or feeling.Does not
Special tax exemptions were determine how to apply themon Reviewing open rant owner who was denied candidacy. Cabinet members as I gooey Checks pasty "plate odor" (denture
explained and the fairness of fair and equal basis. I to different groups, he noted more time before he must begin without Mayor Robert F. Wag- the attorney general would possible vice presidential candi sour.breath). Get FASTEETH today at
some questioned-yesterday by a the same veteran's disability serving Negroes under the new II ner's "express approval." "make an excellent candidate."I dates. I drug counters everywhere. I

Alachua County Tax Assessor J. Yet, he complained, whenever exemption is available to the Civil Rights Act. A few minutes after Kennedy Rep. Samuel S. Stratton who s

Pierce Smith.In taxes go up everyone says "it's fellow with perhaps only a pieceof In Washington Monday: U.S. made that statement Monday, has wide backing upstate for the .
the tax assessor who raised shrapnel in his leg and Wagner said:
a Holiday Inn luncheon 'em." to the 100 per cent disabilitycase Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. "If he is available, he is the Democratic nomination for sen- .:" ,',,'" ',-..." ',...",. ..."-.fl.'..: ,' :.:- ...Qj"l iI'r.: \- .
Gainesville Civ- Black turned down requests by ator, said Wagner assured him 'loi ,- 'h", to :. { J. : Vl"

itan speech Club to, Smith the outlined the Without commiting himself as who is laboring. under severe -the restaurant owner and an type of person who would makean Monday night that he "had cer- "" o;;..i..!"_. !. 'l. -:,".;' ,'!..;.'....'i." .:.. '.,.;':' ii:,?{.;;.J".t.t.t.., ,t. ...,..:;t!.
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function and effect of his par- to whether he thought exemp- Atlanta motel for an order stay- tainly not endorsed Kenne- .- .T..i'.i'" .'t.. '.' .: .. .' .. L- -
I that he would win.
ticular duties. tions make sense, Smith told his not pro rated accord- ing effectiveness of a decision am"I have sure a high regard for himas dy and did not intend to endorseany ;\ : : ; =- .,- .- -- ': -: "-.' ..-
ing to need," the assessor said. that the act's public accommo- candidate" before the nominating -
Smith termed the widow's dations section is constitutional.These a friend" and as a public convention Sept. 1. 1i'U
servant. \ FROM
exemption "good, one of the were the first court testsof Stratton said: "The attorney MEMO
Asked whether his
Johnson Signs most needed," but one of the the act remarks
general has removed
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difficult to administer. constituted an endorsement, \ TRJlllWIJVS.
most A In a three-page memorandum said himself from the race and ]1 \\\\1
Wagner : \
I widow must herself apply for it, issued in connection with his refusal take him at his word." This
"I think I've made
a pretty
then the fact that she is a wid- Black said, "A
judicial have been reference
Asia ResolutionWASHINGTON I strong statement already.." may a to a
ow must be verified. restraint of the enforcement of Wagner said he would not say declaration by Kennedy last ToCLEVELAND

I Churches and schools also fet one of the most important sec- more until he had talked again June when he declined to run Doily THRU Trips I

(AP) -PresI- "confirms and reinforces pow- exemptions, Smith said, asking, tions of the Civil Rights Act with Kennedy. Kennedy visited rl

dent Johnson has signed the ,.ers of the presidency. I pledge "Should the general public haveto would, in my" judgment, be un-' Wagner last Friday. No further : 4 \I

congressional resolution sup- to all Americans to use these pay the taxes for them?" justifiable. meeting has been announced.The One

porting his actions in Southeast.1 powers with all the wisdom and He noted that "all of these ex- Maddox This left who segregationist Lester Democratic nominee will Trusty :\ ASHEVILLE

Asia and says he hopes it is,judgment God grants to me." empts demand and receive every says his Pickrick face Republican Sen. KennethB. ?s.J?' JACKSONVILLE-
Restaurant
read around the world as it I With passage of the resolu- service of government. positively will not Keating. Wasn't SoTrllstvortllY> VIA,

states plainly "where America tion, he said, "our course is .integrate, faced with the possi- Kennedy, here Monday to } YORICCHOICE
stands." clearly known in every land. Turning on the agriculturaltax bility of closing the restaurant speak at the convention of the Ih NEW
II exemption laws, Smith simply I in the face of expected further ;
"To any armed attack upon "There can be no mistake, no American Bar Association, was
our forces," said the President, :miscalculation, of where America noted that land along the integration attempts. asked by newsmen about the \ DIRECT ROUTESpAILY
Thirteenth Street in Gainesvilleis On the other hand, Moreton : OF
"we shall reply. I stands or what this genera- Senate race. The Alachua County Sheriff'sOffice .
"To in Southeast Asia tion of Americans stands for." still being used for that Rolleston, head of the Heart of I TO
any One of his replies was: "Un-. is still looking for a trusty i\H\ THRU
who ask our help in defending I He said in Southeast Asia purpose and must be assessedas 'Atlanta Motel Corp., said he. der circumstances would I: who apparently isn't very trust- \J 5 TRIPS
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their freedom, we shall give it." I"there is nothing we covet, low value agricultural land. would comply with the court or- ever have considered, or would worthy h ii,;,, MYERS

With military and congres-I nothing we seek. Our one desire, Smith said he didn't know if der."We I now consider coming into the Billy Vinson, 36, Negro, of 933 !' fT l
sional leaders grouped around our one determination, is that the Homestead Exemption is I will never integrate," State of New York against the NE 15th St., slipped out of 1 \. ..1\

him, Johnson signed the joint the people of Southeast Asia be good or not, but added he Maddox said. "Pickrick will wishes of the mayor." I County Jail about 1 a.m. Satur- 1" ; ,,\ .. ........,\. !.
resolution Monday with a couple left in peace to work out their thought Florida would always never integrate."We is considered -day morning, and was arrestedat \

dozen pens in the East Room of own destinies in their own have it because the majority of are just really hurt that I Wagner the top Democrat generally in New his mother's home later the \' ; S fZ85 {:7 ;
the White House. way." the voters want it. our government will tell us that same morning after she calledto : ..
Noting its quick and almost The President repeated his we no longer can be free as York. tell officers he was there and ... ._- -
unanimous passage in both unity theme in a White House He then went on to review Americans and no longer can had drank some poison.

houses of Congress, Johnson remarked -luncheon with 200 businessmen. how an act of the 1963 Legis- we select our customers," he She Got Him Deputies took him to Alachua All Trailways thru routes are served by unitsof
"The unanimity of the Henry Cabot Lodge, leaving lature, changing the wording of said after learning of Black's General Hospital for a checkup modern bus
Trailways rest-room equipped
reflects the this weekend mission to :the tax laws, has resulted in decision. "It's and returned him for
Congress unanimityof on a appraise involuntary servitude an- fleets. You'll appreciate the careful, accurate
the tax
the country." European allies of the :"widening land base"causing ; it's slavery of the first -With GritsMildred other examination yesterday. trip information provided by our trained information -

Johnson recalled he had asked Southeast Asian situation, told the more homestead once shielded law- order. It shows complete, utter They left him at the hospitaland clerks and the courtesy of our I
by tax
for the resolution approving his newsmen Monday "it is safe to disregard for the United States when they returned for him, and bus
: agents operators.
I to be taxed.
actions after ordering American assume" that North Viet Nam's Constitution." i Hunt got her revenge Vinson simply wasn't waiting.

naval forces last Tuesday to I I leader, Ho Chi Minh, "is not a Maddox said he would make a I yesterday.Her Vinson had been jailed for vi- I Il

send air strikes against North free agent. Mrs. Nlm's final decision today on the sev- husband, William Hunt,i olation of parole from a two-
Vietnamese PT boats and bases! He said he had to believe that eral courses of action he says of Rt. 4, told the Alachua County -year prison sentence for aggra-
In retaliation for attacks on North Viet Nam would not have are open to him. Sheriff's Office, "He had I vated assault.

American destroyers in the Gulf. attacked U.S. destroyers with- Sister ArmyInstrllctor Civil nicked her on the hand with a,
said
rights I
of Tonkin. : out first clearing it with Red groups they knife because she provokedhim.

"This resolution," he added, China. had another no specific attempt plans to integrate to make ." II I WE GOTI '"

Maddox's restaurant today. That afternoon, deputies said,i I {1' : FROM GAINESVILLE TO: Oneway"FT.

Luci On Way Home After FT. BRAGG Rollestcn said: "We will obey she went shopping, bought gro-'' : MYERS . . . 6.45
N.C. (AP) : fl
the court's order and the orderof ceries, and cooked this big pot SO BIG ;:J'jf' Thru service i via Sarasota.LOS .

The Army has confirmed that I any other court that is issued of hot grits. t.:,.Wt ANGELES . . . 65.90 I
Bout With Flu Madame Tran Le Chi, only sister -against ," there >:::;:c;::';:: Via Troilways new Silver Eagles.
us adding
Winning of South Viet Nam's Ma- was Then she poured it on him- WE NEW YORK . 31.05
dame Ngo Dinh Nhu, is a lan-'nothing more he could do until his neck, shoulders and arms, CHARGE SO LITTLE I Thru service shi't:route.CLEVELAND .: : : : : : :
LOS ANGELES (APLuci)I I Johnson barbecue in Beverly instructor at the the case comes before the Su- Alachua General Hospital re) :< 30,45
guage John F.
Baines Johnson, triumphant in aI Hills, then flew to San Francisco preme Court on appeal in Octo- ported. rent a car from New Thru service via Asheville.
Kennedy Center for
battle with a flu bug, leaves Los for another campaign appearance Warfare. Special ber. IIECONOCAfrom3 ;Itllil> TRAILWAYS BUS STATION
Angeles today for the White on her father's behaU Sheriff Joe Crevasse said shewasn't 99 't 1 House. when she became ill. I A copyrighted story in the Science home last night when
College MMWN
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The dark-haired 17-year-old She made a brief appearanceat Fort Lauderdale News Mondaysaid his deputies came to inquire -- -
her method of serving We feature Valiant & other
daughter of President Johnson the barbecue, stayed over- Madame Tran was a lan- Teachers Attend about CHRYSLER,built cars. Gas- TRAIIWAYS.Easiest
returned to Los Angeles from night in San Francisco and returned guage instructor and political dinner. oil-insurance-all included
UF ConferenceCollege
San Francisco Monday with a. to Los Angeles to recu- advisor. Phone FR 6-3644
travel earth
touch of intestinal flu. She was perate at the home of attorney Restaurants 2325 N.W. 13th St. on
Maj. Irwin C. Nye, informa teachers of (
reported "still a little weak, but: Lloyd Hand and Mrs. Hand. chemistry I
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tion officer, confirmed she has and physics from across the na- In State Listed u ---- --
much better" Monday night. Hand was Johnson's assistant --
been a language advisor since tion are gathered at the Uni- = -
Luci had appeared Saturday when Johnson was in the U.S.
June 18 but said she "is not and versity of Florida for a two TALLAHASSEE (APFlori-
night at a Young Citizens for Senate.
never has been employed as a week conference sponsored by da had 12,286 restaurants which BUY SIEGLER NOWEXTRA
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Founda 861,715 in July, the Flor-
Issues Kidnap Warrant ida Hotel and Restaurant Com-
Maj. Nye said Madame Tran, tion.The
session will be aimed .
at mission said Monday.The
35 refuses
I to give interviews.
acquainting teachers with latest commission said state TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
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Jtr ATLANTA (AP-Auburn) and Tulane. At Alabama, coach Paul Bry- roons will find that none of their attack. Doug Dickey, taking over -

Mississippi are being rated by Auburn coach Ralph Jordan ant touts quarterback Joe Na- '64 opponents will look upon the coaching reins this year,

the experts as the leading con- says the Plainsmen, with 27 let- math as the best back in the them as a breather. will put in a new offense so the '

tenders for the Southeastern termen returning, will be even and he the Crim-
country says Larry Dupree, Florida's out- Volunteers must be rated the 4:(
Conference football title this better than the squad that post- son Tide will be stronger this standing fullback, could providethe biggest question mark in the

year. ed a 9-1 record last year. One fall. The Tide forged an 8-2 record spark to put the Gators in SEC. \t

However, any of three other of Auburn's big attractions, of last year and then tripped the title fight. But first coach -Another coach S- ;)
new begins this
teams Alabama, Louisiana course, is All-America quarter Ole Miss 12-7 in the Sugar BowL Ray Graves will have to plug
at '
Vince
State and Mississippi State back Jimmy Sidle whose run- Top Quarterback some holes in the center of the year look Georgia at the, Dooley.His )rjh :

could grab the championship nick and throwing have sparkedthe Another brilliant quarterbackis Bulldogs in
spring training convinced himhe's
without causing much of a Tiger attack. line.The
very
counted to the
on give Bayou Kentucky Wildcats are got some good linemen in

surprise. And there are at least The loss of seven starters Bengals of LSU a strong attack. hoping to climax a rebuilding end Pat Hodgson and tackles

two others whose fortunes wouldbe from the team that had a 7-1-2 He is Pat Screen who led LSU job this year behind junior quar- Ray Rissmiller and Jim Wilson,

made if they get the right mark last year does not figureto in offense until he was injuredin terback Rick Norton. Kentuckyalso but the rest of the team must .

bounce. They are the darkhorse hurt Ole Miss' the fourth With a will :
'
chances game. show off Maurice be rated an unknown factor. )

., .., J. entries from Florida and Ken they are expected to be even healthy screen and a strong runner :Moorman a 6-4, 250-pound soph- This just looks like another t 'r,,

> > ': tucky. better. The Rebels also are expected in Joe Labruzzo, coach omore tackle who has rated the '
r ,. ,.
::: : .: ... ; long season for Tulane and :;
." v. ': 1 Others in the former Dixie to have two of the bet- Charlie McClendon believes the most notice in the Wildcat camp Vanderbilt. Both
: managed .
only
1 dozen now one light since ter linemen in the SEC in guard Tigers could take it all. since Lou Michaels.
i one victory last year and, while
--- ..,i.i Georgia Tech cast its lot with Stan Hindman, a 6-foot-3, 230- Last season's surprise team Landmark GoneA they are expected to have bet-

JOE NAMATH the independents-are Tennessee pound junior, and Allen Brown State -but with -
was Mississippi landmark in the SEC is ter teams, the opposition also -

Bear's Man Georgia, Vanderbilt, and a 6-4, 225-pound senior end. 23 lettermen returning the Ma- gone Tennessee's single wing has improved. LARRY. .Gator DUPREE Leader I






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Around CornerProfessional By MIKE RATHET Moeller and gave up anotherrun

Associated Press Sports Writer in the inning by issuing a -; _

The San Francisco Giants bases-loaded walk to Steve

football, southern style, is just around the have new respect for the arms Boros.
of St. Louis Cardinal
corner from Gainesville. outfielders. Three Hits

But it cost them one-half gamein Queen wound up with three

the National League stand- hits and Boros with }.: \ _
three
:Jt's 70 miles northeast In Jacksonville, 90 miles southeast in -9 runs 1' "4 t9s 4 4 ?L.1
ings. batted in. .
Daytona Beach and 110 miles south in Orlando. Tom Haller and Orlando The I
Ce- first-place Phillies, who ,, ) .
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'S peda were thrown out at home now enjoy the biggest lead of j -' q. -

There aren't any Jimmy Browns or Y. A. Tittles, but the plate as they tried to score the season, get back in action

r ____ standing up in the Cardinals' 2-1 today at Chicago, sending Ray

:Sports Editor Joe Halberstein Is on Vacation triumph over the Giants Mon Gulp, 8-7, against the Cubs' Dick

day night. Both runs were the Ellsworth, 12-13. The Giants will Tuesday, Aug. II, 1964

brand of ball being played in the Southern Professional Foot- potential tying runs. start Bob Hendley, 9-7, againstthe

ball League is far from bush league. The defeat dropped the Giants Cardinals Curt Simmons, 12-

three games behind National 8, in a nighter. .

Take for Instance the Orlando Broncos, which looks like a -. League-leading Philadelphia
-. % Phillies and left San Fran-
rerun of past University of Florida teams.
cisco Al Dark in McPeak
Manager an Breaks The
I &. awkward position. Rules
I Local fans will remember such ex-Gator stalwarts as Bob ,
I
Hoover, Larry Libertore, Jack Katz, Gerald Odom, Bruce Any Finis?
Thinks
Starling and Jack Jones. They're going strong for the Immediately after the game, Redskins Will WinBy

Broncos. ; ; ; .I Dark, who has been under fire,

rrn was asked if there would be. any_
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Jacksonville, which has the inoffensive nickname of Robins, JIM ROLAND OF OCALA OUT AT FIRSi- "I .never announce fines," he CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) Bill J.W. Lockett and rookie Gene

loaded: with offensive threats from Florida State University.Big Gainesville Wings' Don Fulton Makes Play said softly, apparently trying to. McPeak breaks all the rules for Second Of Donaldson from Purdue.
(Sun
photo
by Tommy Lewis) football Line Intact
restrain his anger. "That would coaches. He steps right A Series

Ed Trancygier does the quarterbacking for the Robins, have to come from somebodyelse. out front and says he thinks his The offensive line of tackles

while Fred Pickard and Dave Snyder supply the running Local Teams You saw the same game I Washington Redskins are going Riley Mattson and Frank O'Brien -
split end
to win. acquired from the Chicago guards Vince Promuto and
punch. End Lamar (Possum) Lee is a pass-catcher deluxe. did. I I Bears. John Nisby and center Fred
"If
Tn trio fifth.. with. the Giants we can keeD our Quarter-
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back in one piece ,
we can takeit
trailing 2-0, Haler led off witha ,
at all said the ;Charley Taylor of Arizona State, Len Hauss of Georgia pushing
-Feely QB single. Two outs later Harvey coach-general
Knocked Out who
Kuenn singled him to second. manager of the 'Skins at the wasn't able to join the club Hageman. There are no solid

Daytona Beach has ex-Gainesville High School and FSU Hal Lanier then popped a singleto training base at Dickinson Col until this week because of the reserves.

ace Eddie Feely directing its offense from the quarterbackslot. right, Hailer lumbering to the lege. "I don't know how good he College All-Star game. I McPeak's big job has been to
Tom (The Bomb) Tracy, shore up the deep defense. The
was until we pot hini"McPeak _
to find catcher Tim Mc-
plate -- -----
.. .. In SoftballBoth trimmed down to 190 pounds, front four of John Paluck, Bob
Carver holding Mike Shannon'speg. was talking about
Other teams in the Billy Barnes and Don Bosselerare Toneff, Joe Rutgens and Ron
young Sonny Jurgensen, the
quarterback available. McPeak liked Snidow is solid but the Imeback-

I 0 league, which flourishes in Gainesville teams bowed second and four in the thIrdto One Ron he got from Philadelphiain what he saw of rookie Dick ing, except for Huff, is fluid.

spots and flickers in others, out last night at City Park as wrap up the victory. Shopping The Giants pulled to withinone former a trade for Norm Snead, his Drummond in early camp. The Bob Pellegrini and Rodd Breed-

are Chattanooga, Tenn., Columbus rain finally eased up and permitted -, Center scored two runs in run in the seventh on Jim' protege.walk At the moment, fullback position is a scramble love may wind up at the cor-
Jurgy can water
Miss., Mobile, Ala., play in the Sub-District; each of the first two frames. Ray Hart's homer and mounted I on as far,' among Bosseler, Dave Francis, ners.
McPeak
:. Huntsville, Ala., and Gadsden, men's fast pitch Softball tourna- as is concerned.
another threat in the eighth
Godwin Hot Only WalkingOf
|Ala. Columbus replaced Tusca- ment.
and Hart
when Cepeda singled
loosa Ala. The Carlon of course, walking is all Jur-
two weeks Pipers High
ago.
$ Springs battle McDonald and Billy Godwin banged four hits with two out. Haller then sin- gy can do at the moment, since

I ": I Latest statistics show their Sons of Ocala in four at-bats and pitched four gled to left field and Cepeda he is out for some 10 days withan
tonight at 8
shifty running Pickard leading o'clock in the finals. hit ball to lead Carlon over I came barrelling home from second injured knee, but the quarterback

I __ : .__ the loop in rushing this Wings in the second game. is PTivrfpH tn hp fit fnr
Gainesville -- -
season with 136 yards 20 Wings tripped This time McCarver was wait- the
on Godwin rapped a home opener on Sept. 13 against
Ocala run,
Center
Shopping
7-4 in
f carries for a 6.8 average sain. its first last triple and two singles and ing with Lou Brock's peg. the tough Browns."I .
game but
night
scored two runs. Only one other game was think. the Eastern_ Conference AMERICAN LEAGUE... .. .. r NATIONAL LEAGUE. .
Houston Patton who then
played dropped an 8-4 decision to u. .. Aa.. ... -
either the Cin- r" .D. rt roes. g.B.
his collegiate ball at Ole Mis Carlon in the No Wing player had more played in league, will be a nodge podge," Baltimore ............. 69 43 .616 Phila'phla ............ 65 43 .602 -
?, semifinals. than one hit and innati Reds belting the Los Angeles said McPeak. Chicago ............... 67 44 .604 IV) San Fran. ............ 64 48 .571 3
currently is pacing the passers Fulps of Gainesville was Doverspike New York ............ 65 Q.602 2 Cincinnati ............ 62 51 .549 5
.. with 30 of 65 absorbed the mound loss. Dodgers 7-2. I McPeak counts on Sam Huff, Los Angeles .......... 59 56 .513 11 Pittsburg ............ 59 50 541 "'/,
completions for soundly beaten, 10-0 by Lake Fulps I Ii The Reds made quick work of the ex-New York Giant to Detroit .............. 58 57 504 12V. St Louis .............. 59 52 J3I 7V*
Bob Hoover 429 yards.Ex.NFL City Guerdon in its frst game. managed only two hits Minnesota ............ 54 59 .478 15 Milwaukee ............ 54 54 .509 1J
i in its loss to powerful Guerdon, it, the first four men hitting steady his defense just as he expects Boston ................ 63 60 .469 14Vj Los Angeles .......... SS 55 JOO U
6-2 while the against Joe Moeller and Jurgensen to lead the of- Cleveland ............. 53 60 .469 16W Ctolcago ............... 52 57 .477 13'
Stars Win winners found the safely Washington .......... 44 72 .379 27 Houston .............. 48 66 .421 20
range for nine safeties. producing three runs more fense. Kansas City .......... 42 70 .375 27 New York .... 34 78 .304 33
McDonald and Sons scored than enough to win behind the "We've never had a linebacker Yesterday's Results Yesterday's ResultsNo

J: Quarterback Bobby Jackson of Columbus is a new additionto 6-2 win over Guerdon to gain Three HitsJ. four-hit pitching of Bob Purkey. like Huff," said McPeak. games scheduled Today's Games Cincinnati St. Louis 2 7,, San Los Francisco Angeles 2 1

the and its berth in the finals. dou- "Sam is full of and Cleveland Tlant 4-1 at Los Angeles BelInsky Only games scheduled
he for vinegar he
league, comes with impressive credentials. Wood rapped three hits. In- Moeller was tagged a '.7. night Today's Games

.Like playing two years as quarterback and defensive safety The Wings spaced six hits in cluding a double and triple, ble by Pete Rose, singles by Mel wants to do well. He was pleasantly -Washington Segul 78 Osteen night 10-8 at Kansas City New Friend York 10-11.Fisher night 714 It Pittsburgh

man for the Chicago Bears and one year with the Philadelphia their win over Shopping Center and J. Griffin and F. Vinning Queen and Vada Pinson and an- surprised at "the caliber of' Detroit Lolich 11-7 at Minnesota Stig- Philadelphia Culp 8.7 at Chicago Ells.
Robin- our defensive line. man 5-11 night worth 1213
lother Frank
double
Eagles, both of the National Football with Andy Baliki and Mac picked up two apiece. by Boston Heffner 5-4 at Baltimore Bunk. Los Angeles Ortega 4-4 at Cincinnati
League. Gornto scoring two runs apiece. on. Bob Reed then replaced The Skins' attack will hingeon er 123, night Jay 7-8, night
.
Jim Jackson and Jack I Jurgensen's passes, primarily -Chicago Horlen 87 and Pizarro 14 6 at Houston Johnvn 811 at Milwaukee
Lynn Doverspike hurled all New York Terry 5-8 and Bouton 12Spahn 6-11. night
.Another former NFL performer, Paige Cothren, also is the but Mitchum had two hits each as to flanker Bobby Mitchell and 2. day-night. San Francisco Hendley 97 at St. Louis
giving four
playing for the way, up McDonald and Sons trimmed Angelo Coia the speedy I Tomorrow's Games Simmons 128. nightTomorrow's..
Columbus new
squad. Cothren was a fullback, xits. i : 8DXes: Chicago It New York Games
flanker back and field Guerdon in the semis. Each ; Cleveland at Los Angeles N Philadelphia at Chicago
goal artist for
the Eagles. The Wings picked two I team had eight hits. Washington It Kansas City. N New York at Pfttsburgh.N
up runs Detroit at Minnesota N San Francisco at St. Louis. N
in the first inning, one in the Jack Still Boston at Baltimore. NINTERNATIONAL Los Angeles at Cincinnati N
Game
Cotton Clark of Columbus, AU-SEC halfback for Alabamatwo D. Knight and C. Bodiford SAN FRANCISCO Night ST. LOUIS w icton at Milwaukee. N

,years ago, and ex-Georgia end Aaron Box of Jacksonville ,rapped two singles apiece for Kuenn rf abrhbi SOIOFIoodtf aDrIbl 4000 LEAGUE. FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW

are two more of the league's brighter stars. Guerdon. Jamie Johnson wasthe Lanier cf 2b 4010 4010 White Brock Ib H :3011 4120 Top WinnerDUNEDIN Syracuse 70 47 Pet.jn G.E Tampa ................ W 27 L 14 Pet.659 GB.-
MAJORW'jLEAGUE' winning! pitcher, and R. McCovrv Mays If 4010 Boyer 3b :3000 Jacksonville 40 48 .593 i St. Petersburg ........ 23 17 .575 3'
< Kennedy took the loss. Cepeda -Ib 4010 Croat ss :3010 Buffalo 64 49.566 4 Orlando .............. 22 19 .537 5
Attendance has been Hart 3b 4 1 2 1 McCarver c :3 1 1 0 Fla. (AP) Jack Rochester 60 54 .526 8V% Miami ................ 21 22 488 7
a problem as it is to be Toronto 61 57 .517 9VtS3
expected at Haller c 4 0 :3 Shannon rf 3000 Lakeland ............ 17 19 .472 7V4
first! Nicklaus leads the list of 10 Richmond 41 MS 15i/i Ft. Lauderdale' .......
with Jacksonville the Pagan ss 1 000 Javier 2b 2000 top Columbus 19 22.463 1
near bottom. The
Robins have been M. Alou ph 1 000 Gibson p 2011 Atlanta 46 71 J93 24 Sarasota.... ......... 17 23 425 9'."
averaging only about 3,000 fans HollywoodTo DVnp'rt ss 2 0 1 Schultz p 1 000 pro golf money winners released Yesterdays Results 41 n .345 30 Daytona Beach ..... 15 25 .275 UK
per
game.
/fLLEADERS Herbelp 1000 by the Professional Golf- Buffalo at Jacksonville. postponed, rain Yesterday's Results
Snider ph 000 Rochester 4, Richmond 1 Daytona Beach at St. Petersburg ppd.
ilier ph 100 0Peterson I ers Association. Syracuse 3. Columbus 2 rain
Chattanooga drew 8,200 one week, while Orlando had ph 1 000 Toronto 7. Atlanta 0, called end of 7 2.3 Sarasota at Orlando ppd.. rain
Replace
AMERICAN LEAGUE Totals 31111 Totals J H i Nicklaus has played in 19 innings. rain Fort Lauderdale ,.S, Lakeland 7-1
7,800$ and Godsden, 5,200. Batting 250 at bats Oliva. Minnesota. 55. Francisco ....._...., lOt lOt IN-I three Todays' Games Tampa S, Miami 1Today's
.334; Robinson. Chicago J10 St. Louis _................. 11 0 000 00-1E tournaments, winning for Toronto at Atlanta Games
*- Runs Oliva. Minnesota, 1-4i How- -Herbel. Javier Haller Dp-san $96,217. Buffalo at Jacksonville, 2 Daytona at St. Petersburg
There's plenty of talent in this league and it's ser. Cleveland. M. Lakeland? Francisco 1. LOB-San Francisco 9. St. Columbus: at Syracuse Lakeland at Fort Lauderdale
worth Runs batted In Stuart, Boston 89; Louis 7. I Arnold Palmer, all-time top Richmond at Rochester Tampa at MiamiGreatnewtaste
taking a look at sometime. Killebrew. Minnesota M. HR-Hart (If). SB-Mailer, Davenport.I ., with than
.. Hits Oliva, money winner more
Minnesota 160; B. rock.I
ahin&an. Baltimore. 179. MIAMI (AP) Barrinz th? I
IP H R ER BBSOerbel
I $180,000 credit for
to his a single
I Doubles Bressoud, Boston and 011- unexpected, Holl'Woodrn ,H t, S-7 .... 4 5 2 1 2 2
-Here And ThereTwo V. Minnesota 28. re- ......... with
I Shaw .2 0 0 0 2 2 season, is second $90,443.
: Triples Yastrezemskl Boston Freest -place Lakeland in the Florida 'Duffalo ...-..-.. 2 1 0 0 1 1 : }I
Los Angeles and Versa lies. Minnesota State ibson. W. 1W ... I 1 1 0 8
University of Florida 8. League next season, the SChultz _........ :a :I" S 0 1
football players currently ae Horn runs Klllebrew Minnesota. 39, Gibson faced :3 men In 7th.T2:1L .
walking around with casts. Injury prone halfback Johnny Powell.Stolen Baltimore bases Apariclo 29. Baltimore. Herald said today. AIL779Night. 17 DiversIn pipe tobacco I

Fewer had to have skin grafted on his right hand after a 43; Wei*. Chicago. 1*. FSL President George MacDonald Game
Pitching' 10 decisions Bunker Batti- LOS ANGELES CINCINNATI _
pipe fell on it, and quarterback Tommy Shannon broke a more. 12-3. .100; Ford. New York 12-4, is certain the league's ak r h M ah r b H MeetThe
finger playing baseball. Both 50. board of directors WIlls.. 4200 ROM 2b 5110
are expected to be back will aska in filter
to Strikeouts ,
Downing. New York 142; Gilllam 3b 2000 Queen rf 4131: a
normal in two or three weeks adatz. Boston. 140.NATIONAL. W.Davis cf 4011 Pinson cf :3110 _
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01.1
LEAGUE T.Davis"if i S ci Johnson Ib 3010
The Los Batting 230 at bats Ciemente. Pitts. Lakeland president Joe Ryan, Moon rf 4000 Edwards c :3200 Country Club swim team will ?wt IOSICC II A tC $ XAF1TTf
Angeles' pitching staff would be practically cut in burgh. .349; Williams. Chicago 331. the paper said.Lakeland oseboro c 4SOOCrdeIlUU :3010 enter in the State !
half with the absence of the Runs Mays San Francisco '0; Allen. Oliver 2b :lSlSBoroa 3b 3123: 17 divers cigarette
name Lee. Don, Bob and Mike 1 Philadelphia II. has had attendancewoes Moeller p 0000 Purkey p 4000 .AAU diving meet tomorrow at
Lee currently are Angel hurlers Runs batted In Boyer St. Louis. Reed p 1000
"" 13; Santo, Chicago. 00. all season. Parker ph IllS :Brandon. _
Hits Ctemantc. Pittsburgh 147; WIIams Griffith ph lOOt
,Chicago. 144. "We gave away tickets and Totals <2 > 4 Petals nub < Heading the list are defend-
SMU, Florida's first football opponent this fall, has three Doubles -v WUllams. Chicago 29; Cie I Let Angeles ............... SOS 100 010-I ing champions Mark and Jeff
over worth of
team members from Gainesville. mente. Pittsburgh 2$. $1,300 prizes one inciaaati ................ 402 Oil 10>>-1 -
But it's Texas Triples Pinson Cincinnati, 9 Santo. Montgomery. Mark won both
not ;
night and still drew You
Florida Chicago. I. only 1,200 E-Cardenas. DP-Los Angeles 1. LOB get pleasing aroma-and a great /
-Los Angeles 5. Cincinnati the 1 and 3 meter diving
Home runs Mays San Francisco. fans, Ryan was quoted as say- -Fairly/ Rose. Robinson.a.2B Bore new taste! The secret? It's packed with
32; Williams. Chicago. 25. 15-17

.Mack Goronto of Gulf Coast Junior 35 Stolen; Biock.bases St. WI,Wills.27. Los Angeles. ng. "You can draw that many L. 4-11 .. 0 IP H 4 R 4 ERBSSOtiler. 4 0 0 last events in the while Jeff age was group vic America's best-tasting pipe tobacco- _ _
year,
College In Panama in an lot" Reed ...........
Pitching 10 decisions Koufax. Los! empty parking 5 S ::1:1: 5 2 famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half
City was given honorable .. torious in the 1 and 3 metersin
mention the rewer .2 0 0 0 1 e
on AU--jnerica 175. .773. ???
ngeles Marietta
aquad. He compiled a .367 batting JC 12- .750. San Francisco Lakeland says it has averaged erranoskl ..?. 1 0 0 0 S IPurkey.W,84..9 13-14 age competition.Jeff and Half BIter Cigarettes.7' !
average and 4-1 4 2 1 2 2
Jug a pitch- Strikeouts Koufax. Los Angeles. 200 fans a game and one night Moeller faced 4 In
mark. 200 I Drysdalt, Los Angeles lit.t men lit has moved up to the 15- .A.l.c. IWwle/ 3:
I to 79 in WP-Rted. Pa-ECWIrdS. T-J.2S. A-
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FOOT A CEMENT
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I CHICAGO (AP) Baseball's which had been orally agreed next year. All 20 clubs agreed to let the formality since Angel PresidentBob

'1fH RIC':1J.tl": ; major leagues held a joint upon in New York July 6. Televised Night Game committee conduct negotiations.All .I Reynolds signed a 35ear.

POO1'HQULPPCE1flOI'JEP meeting Tuesday assured that An umpire will receive $300 a The majors will offer a nationally of the clubs would share lease last Saturday for the club

it IcgE1tigu I I JfoAioWA Ford Frick will remain commissioner -year for each year of active televised night game equally in the proceeds. Negotiations to play in a new stadium to be ...

i through the 1965 season!service after his retirement. Retirement every Monday night, with no will begin In 30 days aft built about 25 miles from Cha.

V Brief ON -n-te:. 6ACK- $SvrH and that selection of his succes- age is 55, but it is not blackout areas. er advertisers, sponsors and vez Ravine.. i

WJN&WEI&H1 WI'11tg sor will proceed in orderly mandatory.The Two games will be scheduled networks have been contacted.The .

Ot--J-1W e 1JfIDeOF :OO1OflE fashion. major league television every Monday night, the first to American League approved -

; Third Round Frick, 69, announced last committee announced plans I be televised and the second as a the Los Angeles Angels,

P /VP/(' MVgt&H1oo1I Wednesday he would not seek a have been completed for Mon- standby in case of adverse move to Anaheim, Calif., begin':

: PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Di- / NIrit.v I I11J ,' new term and would step down I day night baseball telecasts, weather. ning in 1966. The_action was a,
ana Moscofian of Santa Bar of1-oPRovIpE: from his- S75.000-a-vear cost I
: bara, Calif., advanced to the A ;ULt..EfURN.ArC&.UG his successor is"named. I t

third round of the U.S. Girls' G1 1_ HoR1'elloo Following a meeting of the I CLEANING
: Grass Court Tennis Championship oo soo-r major league Executive Council I: S29.4 lIILLIONTelevision

: Monday defeating No. 11. 9COM5 SQUARe WIf11H MORE Frick agreed, however, to stay! REPAIRING

seeded Yale Stockwell of Dar LIwE: opP1RflOIJ on the job through the 1965 \

len, Conn., 7-5, 4-6, 7-5. VU1"0 -11-t" #1 World Series. Ii Pot of Gold "We Rod '

HOWING. The council decision to ask Them Out"

;: Readies Finals Frick to remain and his accept.1:I

ance figures to shut off any unauthorized o Motor Block
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: TORONTO CAP) Jim Hobson : FOO1-OU1OO speculation as to the': For Pro Teams FlushedWe

: of Fullerton, Calif., defeated FAR.eA&V TH15 0ACK&WIN6 AUUJWSAM / > WFP identity of the next baseballczar. ''I College,

Dean ; II Pick-Up & Deliver .
top-seeded Penero of PUT ffE&fJtC-f& 1HEPOYVN6WINO. PRIVRzc -I,
Stockton Calif., 6-0. 3-6. 6-1 Top Candidates I By W. B. RAGSDALE 'and All-Star game, ABC will spend more than $90 million. !
Monday and reached the semifinals Top candidates for the job at Associated Press Sports Writer I carry five college bowl games CBS TV demanded $60,000 a I RADATOR! SHOP

: of the under-18 Shanty present are Judge Robert Can WASHINGTON (AP) For Canada's Grey Cup professional minute for NFL sponsorship,I White Electric

: Bay International Tennis Tour- non of Milwaukee, legal counselof the football fan, television provides playoff and the radio broadcastof Broadcasting said, and has had:

: nament. the Players Association; Sen.! seats on the 50 yard line the Notre Dame games. little difficulty in selling the! & Battery

Kenneth Keating, R N.Y., former from June to January.For Televised football started in shows. j

Vice President Richard I college and professional June with the All America Within 48 hours after NBC Service

Coach Resigns _gte JAc*maa** *u.Chisox.cas -' Nixon, Supreme Court Justice football teams, television is a game at Buffalo and will run bought the NCAA games,I'
: Byron Quizzer White and Cron- pot of gold, holding undreamedor through next midJanuary.. Besides Broadcasting reported, it announced -i 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
NORMAN Okla. (AP Bill
)
in. ciches $29.4 million for this the pro and the regular the complete schedule, FR 2-8581
Carroll resigned Monday as To Have Neither the American nor Na- fall.The season college games, several was sold to four sponsors.
Oklahoma --- --
University of track --
tional League meetings Monday television-radio networks bowl games and other postseason -i
coach and former Sooner
a provided announcements of any mainly television-will spend attractions are scheduled.

great J. D. Martin, was named AL YardstickOn magnitude.The 27.3 million this year for rightsto Broadcasting says there appears -ii i

his successor. National League inter- college and professional foot- to be no shortage of spon.i

rupted its meeting when Giles, ball games, according to a sur- sors to pay the bill for the mar-

Easy Win with Milwaukee in mind, askedif vey by Broadcast Magazine.In athon football shows. It said SALEso

Their SideBy any club desired to request addition, Brodcasting saysin there are 49 sponsors already on

FRESNO, Calif. (APRank) consent to transfer its franchise.No this week's edition, the 22 network account books and onlya
teams of the American and National few isolated remain to
Ing welterweight Curtis Cokes Response games
DICK COUCH 'ation Wally Bunker, 12-3, will
punched his way to an easy 10- Associated Press Writer When Giles received no res- Football Leagues will get be sold. .
round decision over Al Andrewsof Sports pitch for the league leaders ponse and in view of rumors $935,000 for radio rights and 156 The big network sponsors, Head Registered
The Chicago White Sox will against the Red Sox' Bob Heff- '
Fresno Monday night in the that the Milwaukee Braves are colleges will get $1,175,650 from along with the countless local "
have baseball's big yardstick ner, 5-4. Detroit, working on a the 1,748 stations carrying their and
buying
main event at Kearney Bowl. headed for Atlanta he asked regional sponsors Polled Hereford
the law of averages going for seven-game winning streak visits Braves' representatives if they games. college and professional radio I I

them today when they open Minnesota; Cleveland is at had any request to make. The Total broadcasting rights, ex- broadcasts, are e x p ected to I II
Perfect Game Phase II of the American Los Angeles and Washington at answer was "No." clusive of televised professional "-

League's three-way pennant Kansas City. ; Giles then asked if Milwaukee exhibition games will be $29- '
Smokey Says
HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) Mark stretch at Yankee Stadium.I I There were no AL games has been or is considering a I 419,650. But the magazine says

Belich a 16-year-old lefthanderof The White Sox will be lookingfor scheduled Monday. In National i'transfer. The Milwaukee representatives -the broadcasters will recover CATTLE
West Allsi, Wis., Monday several times this from
their first 1964 victory over League night games, St. Louis replied that becauseof sum .iI
pitched the first perfect game in sponsors about $90{) million all ____
New York but their 0-10 nose- nipped San Francisco 2-1, dropping many factors to be consid-
the 12-year history of the Veter-
dive against the Yankees the Giants three games behind ered they were unable to evalu- told.The t \
ans of Foreign Wars Teener Columbia Broadcasting
doesn't show up in the league league-leading Philadelphia -ate fully their position until a 'lI
Baseball Tournament.The System is the biggest spender I 1i
6-foot, 200-pounder set standings. Chicago, having and third place Cincinnati later date. with $16.4 million. This includes i 16 Bulls 7 months to 26 months oldS '
shrugged off the Yankee hex whipped the Los Angeles Dodgers The National League approved -
down all 21 players to face himas $14.1 million for the NFL title
West Allis defeated Pierre, while building a fat 67-34 bulge 7-2. an umpire pension plan game and $200,000 for the NFL 34 Cows, Heifers and Calves "'

S.D. 3-0 in an opening round against the rest of the league, is Playoff Bowl matching runnersup -
I Florida bred Florida raised
game. in second place 12 percentage PACKERS MAKE in each division. : ,
points behind front-running Bal- The National Broadcasting Co. L

Buddin to IL timore and two points up on is next with a $7.6 millior. in- This is not a fitted sole. Right off pasture. ,

New York. vestment, including $6.5 millionfor
All cattle three
R.uI8l11.m produced by reputable '
TORONTO (APThe To- The Sox can't ignore the SOME CHANGESBy selected games played by I Alachua County citizens. ..,
Yankees for the next four members of the National Colle-
.
Leafs of the
ronto Maple Inter-
Auueuc Association. Forest fires hurt us all!
national League announced games beginning with a day- BOB GREEN pressed against the college boys I glare The American Broadcast Co I I '

Monday they have signed veteran -night doubleheader today. But Associated Press Sports Writer they couldn't work in many of has a total investment of $3.3 WED. 1:30 P.M. '

shortstop Don Buddin. Al Lopez, who pays less head to The Green Bay Packers, the substitutes, and Halas has million. In addition to $2.6 million 1
the law of than to his
averages shocked by their first loss in 25 indicated he'll use them this for the American Football

Braves SignMILWAUKEE pitching staff's 2.79 earned run exhibition games, have made week against Washington.By League's games, title contest August 12 1964
average believes the defending ,
some wholesale changes in
champions are ready to be tak- \ I
(AP-The Mil- rookie personnel while the Chicago I,

waukee Braves announced the en.Lopez Bears are having some sec- Chiefs Celebrate 50th attheFARMER :
will send Joe Horlen, 8-
signing Monday of second base- 'ond thoughts about their narrow
7, 2.17 ERA against the Yank .
man Jerry Harmon, 21, of Los 'victory over the College All- \
ees' 5-8 in thisafternoon's in CATTLEMEN'SAUCTION :
Ralph Terry Anniversary League
Angeles Calif., to a 1965 con Stars. ,
tract with Austin of the Texas opener. Juan Pizarro -, The Packers, second in the \ MARKET '
League. The 6-foot 175pounderbats the league's No. 1 southpawwith Western Conference last THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Moore drove in two runs witha :

and throws right. a 14-6 mark and 2.14 ERA, after two years as the National year The Syracuse Chiefs celebrated pinch-hit double. Moore then : Gainesville, Florida :
opposes New York's Jim Bou their 50th anniversary in the scored on a single by George
Football League champions, ,
ton, 129, at night. International League Monday Smith to give the Chiefs their .,1f
On Waivers were knocked off by the St. Ralph Downing Hereford Ranch
f'.
The Chicago sharpshooterswill night and kept the 6,821 fans margin of victory. '
Louis Cardinals 20-7 in New Orleans
face a Yankee team beset who turned out for the party on Rochester scored two runs in "TRY Hereford Ranch
WESTMINSTER Md. (AP) last weekend. It broke Myles
a
the of their seats for the first inning when Richmond
by injuries to its key men, Whi edge sev- KINGEDWARD"
The Baltimore Colts put fullback string of 24 straight exhibition
catcher Bob Schmidt threy the
tey Ford and Mickey Mantle. en innings. Cross Creek Hereford Ranch .
,
Bob Gaithers of New Mex- victories for the mighty Pack-
ball with the bases load-
The White Sox are healthy, But the league leaders got away
ico State on waivers Monday. I
though their offense is less than into the party spirit in the ed.Jim Americi't Ltrqttt Selling Cigtr
robust. ers.Taking part in their first drill eighth inning came to life and _____ Bronstad___n_____ was__ ___ at__ his____ best____ "
Killelt with the Packers Monday after against Atlanta, working his ---- --
Signs After theS'hite Sox leave scored three runs good r _
the All-Star sinker ball to The
playing in game enough for a 3-2 victory over perfection.
town the Yankees have a three-
OTTAWA (AP) The Ottawa were tackle Lloyd Voss of Ne- the Columbus Jets. The victory Crackers were able to get only -l_

Rough Riders of the Canadian game series at Baltimore and a ,braska, center Ken Bowman of put Syracuse one half game four hits off the former major

Eastern Football Conference four-game visit to Chicago.The Wisconsin, halfback Duke Car- ahead of runner-up Jackson leaguer as he pushed his recordto
Orioles meanwhile, have I
Monday announced the signingof isle of Texas, quarterback Den- ville. 10-4.
halfback Charley Killett 23, an opportunity to widen their nis Claridge of Nebraska and In other games Rochester __
the lead in a three-game series beat Richmond 4-1 to an Girls AdvancePHILADELPHIA _
cut last Thursday by New linebacker Tommy Crutcher. of snap
York Giants. against Boston, beginning tonight eight-game losing streak and
Texas Christian. '
Killett played his college ball at Baltimore. Rookie sen- Toronto beat Atlanta 7-4 for the (APFlo) -
Trimmed from the team that
ridians Stephanie de Fina of _
12th time in 12 meetings this
at Memphis State University.
will play the New York Giants season. The Buffalo Jackson- Hollywood and Wendy Overtonof

Gold Medal Saturday were centerguardDave ville game was rained out. Ormond Beach advanced to- -.-- I- '

Second Entry Crossan of Maryland, defensive Syracuse came to bat in the day to third rounds of the U.S. F--)1

Award Goes back Beau Carter of top of the eighth trailing 2-0, Girls' Grass Court Tennis

Otkha a pint sized trotting: Fresno State, back Gary Kronerof but tied it up when Jackie Championships. r4 ; / -_ _
mare from Sweden became the' Wisconsin end Tom O'Gradyof

second entry Monday for the I To Lourie Northwestern, defensive back

sixth $50,000 Roosevelt International from Grambling
Larry Hunter
Trot at Roosevelt Race NEW- YORK (AP-Donald B. and defensive back Joe Scarpati THE I II (,' _____ -, P--': __/-_-' ______

way Aug. 22.Buddy. I Lourie, All America quarter- 'from North Carolina State. SAFESTROTARY I, : (
back for Princeton
more than 40 Chicago Bears Owner-Coach _

years ago and presently chairman George Halas, meanwhile is ;-
Loop of the board of Quaker look at his ?
trying to get the second _
_ _
Oats has been named recIpient stringers he couldn't affordin c _

: Contests Set of the gold medal award of the the tight 28-17 victory over IN THE WORLD _

National Football Hall of Fame. the All-Stars in Chicago last
-. .. Hall of Fame President C. J.: MO TO-MOwen
The of the weekend.
Phils champions -
Mr. Morton needs muffler
LaRoche announced
Seminole League and Indians, Mondaythat The Bears were so hard- a new
Lourie will be given the h\/ NOW I
winners of the Gator League, medal at the annual dinner in I (Again!) ..

will play an All-Star team of New York Dec. 8. :
1( CLEARANCE
their respective leagues to end The award goes to "distin Heading \ i Mr. Morton muffed it If he had been a steady user of AMo o.

the Jaycee Buddy Baseball guished Americans who have by
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I l Williston Sunland Honors I

BUSINESS "" MARKET t= Backs Plan Retiring

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: i i, REVIEW':., _, "T. T_ For BUZZ HospitalBy MIXSONSun I Couple, Served Since '30



Area Editor

I Record High WILLISTON The Williston I A reception at Sunland Training -

RequestThe I City Council yesterday set fiscal i Center yesterday honored

Steel Output wheels in motion to bringa I Mr. and Mrs. Tidal Windham

$500,000, 25 bed hospital to i who are resigning with a combined

following market quotations I Is Predicted the city. service of 68 years at the
Ir, requested specifically by readers :institution.
of the Sun financial page. The quota- I I Council members took omni-
tlons art furnished by STOCK LISTINGS bus action to with the
come up The Windhams came to Sun-
II! NEW YORK (AP) Thomas
.
L PierceWulbernMurpheyE I city's portion of the hospitalcosts land from what was then knownas
F.
Patton chairman
of the
I after a lengthy session of
the Boys Industrial School at
E AMERICAN STOCK Owens II G _-_- 2.50 101 Great American 113'4 American Iron and Steel Institute -searching for revenue sources Marianna on November 1, 1930.

EXCHANGE PacG&E 1.00 31 Grolier 40 said today 1964 steel pro- with the city's auditor and The reception yesterday was

: Pac Lting 2.40 29% Gulf Life ___ 53thHerU duction might approach 120 million ''bond attorney. held at the gymnasium. About
:Abbott Lab _ 2.40 411h PacT&T 1.20 28% Jones 14% I
-- tons a record high. A federal Hill Burton grantof 500 employees, residents and
:Allied Chem 1.80 52 Pan Amer A 1.20 31% Home Ins _ 64 I' friends attended. Superintendent -
$250,000 has already been
:Amerada pt 2.00 80 Parke Dav 1.00 27% Jax 1.linit Mkts __ 7% The tonnage had been men- approved for construction of R. C. Philips told about the
jAm Elec Pow 1.16b 45% Pennzoil ._- 2.00 35 Kennasaw Life 12%
----- tioned in trade circles as possible the hospital. contributions of the Windhams,
.Amer Enka __ 1.40a 56711 Pfizer _- .80a 48% Life of Fla 6% "
but Patton was the first and presented them with a _
'Amer Hone 1.44a 66 Phelps DC 3.00 69% Lowes Company 20114 I The city's problem: Come up r-i .i--1-
top-ranking industry leader to lounge chair from the employees
:Arner 1.1 Fdy .90 19% Polaroid _ .20 143 MiIgo Electron 12 cite it. with enough additional revenue of the institution.The .
to off a $250,000 hospital
:Armco Stl 3.00 72V. pay
PubSVEG2.60 38% Mort Guaranty Ins 25% I

:Atch Topka ---- 1.20a 34 Pure Oil .- 1.60 57% Pacific SW Air __ 41 4 In May, Patton, who also is 'bond issue which will be usedto Windhams inaugurated i L LiIl

::13axter Lab _ .36 26 Rayonier .- 1.00 35% Schlitz Brew _ 48 board chairman of Republic match the Hill-Burton funds, the; first scouting program at ''. --

-Beckman In -_--- -_- 5714Beech Rexall -_--_- .50b 48% Secur Life & TR 61 Steel Corp., third largest steel and to set up an initial reserve Sunland. Mrs. Windham has her :

LF S 1.10 58% Reyn Meto _ .50 34:% Southern Nitro. 22 producer, predicted that ingot fund of $15,000 a year to take 30 year pin in scouting. She

"Bristol My .80 69% Rich Merr __ 1.00 48% Travelers Ins .. 1 44% output could reach 117 million care of any loss that might be has been vice president of the
:Brunswick 8% tons, matching the record set in .incurred in operation of the
R C Cola 1.20 73 Aerojet Gen -- 30* Gainesville Girls Scout Council

:cambell S 2.40 353/4 Roy Dutch 1.73g 46% Analex Corp 27 hospital. and a member of the board. She

Carter Pdt _ 1.00a 16% Searle GD .90 62% Aqua Chem 15% 1955.The new appraisal fell into a 1 i requirements To take care and of the set financial up the is a past grand officer of the

Case J I -- 19Cessna 4 Singer - - 2.00 89% Aurora Plastics 23 of Eastern Star of Florida and a
pattern successively bright
Air 1.00 28V. Smith Kin __._ 1.20a 64 mechanics of the hospital bond I
Barnes Engineer __ 18% ening estimates by steel member of the Business and
Ches Ohio _ 4.00 76th'Coas Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Butler Shoe -_ 9% tives since in the execu- issue Council members approved Professional Womens Organization. : ,..'.
1
S Gas _ 91/s St. Oil Cal _ 2.00 64% Chromaloy 171/s early year. R. H. Ross's shotgun > # -

:c B S _ 1.80b 41'12 St. Oil Ind ---- 2.00b 80% Cinerama _----_ _ 6% Patton's comment came in a type motion to:
Mr. Windham of
Comb _.._ 1.20 29'/i Sterl 1. Prepare and adopt an ordinance supervisor
Eng Drug .65 29 Computer Sci 17% statement announcing industry
10 men, began as a supervisor in
Cone Mills .-- -- .80 21 Texas Util 1.20 62 Cutter Labs A 17% plans for "Century Two" observances setting up a per,'
1915 for the Florida Industrial
-
be collected
not
Cont Aid 1. .-----_ .40 23 Textron 1.40 43% Data Control _ 49 starting Sept. 14. cent utility unless tax -other to '' School for boys at Marianna.In .
'Contl Ins 2.20 58% Tidewater revenue
32%
--- --
-- ? Fulton Inds 90/a The first commercial heat of sources fail. 'I' ( 1930 he took the position of
Contrl Data 87Corn.Pdts % Trans W A 40% Gen _._ _ 5%
Develop
supervisor at the Florida Farm
steel in the United States was 2. Increase present utility
1.50 591/s
: Union Pac 1.60a 44%
Mackey Airlines 5 made in small i Colony now Sunland. Windhamis Congratulations
$2
a experimentalplant rates by approximately per
Delta Air 1.60 793's Und Air L 1.50b 48%
16*
Mead Jahnson
based a member of the Masons,
at Wyandotte, Mich., in month per customer on
Det Steel .60 IB4 1.00 51%
-- Upjohn Pac NW Tele _... 221/s
-- Eastern Star and Shrine Or-
1864. about 850 of utilities.
Emerson El 1.00 43% Jim Walter 267/8 43'h September users city Richard S. Fox Jr. (right), assistant superintendent -
Philips Elec the of ganizations. He has been a scout
3. Accept proposal a
Fair Camera .SOg 24Finan'l % War Lamb .70 32%
Carriers 10% of Sunland
Redwing St. Petersburg firm Williams master at Sunland for 27 years. Training Center congratulated Mr.
Fed 421h Worthintn .- 1.50 44% ... 5Y. Late MorningN.Y.
Ric
Group The Windhams membersof
and Co. to act are
R. Hough as
Fst Chartr 1.97f 31th and Mrs. Tidal Windham their retirement
,Xerox 108 R. Wts. 6% on yester
--- the
Sperry First Methodist in
Church
------- fiscal in
Fla E Cst 12% I Zenith _ 1.20a 65thI the city's agent pre-
___._.. 66%
I Syntex I Listing paring the $250,000 hospital Gainesville. day. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis)
Fair .90 22% '
Food
: Tampa Elec ....... 26'/4
OVER THE COUNTER --- I bond issue subject to the
:FMC Corp 1.00 55% Tech Measur ____ 20 NewYork (AP) GulfOil 55% !
i NEW YORK (AP) The following bid city attorney's approval. I
Frito Lay 39% :and asked quotations- supplied by the TWA Wts __.__ 25%:|I STOCKS: IntNick 77 4. Employ Frank Watson of *
Gen Tele __ .88 32/ :National Association of Securities Deal of the Dies !
.Ga Pacif l.00b 56% ers. Inc.. do not represent actual trans AllisChal 20 IntPap 32% Jacksonville as the city's bond King Keys
actions but are the NASD's estimateof MUTUAL FUNDS Alcoa 66% Jones&L 80% attorney to work with the fiscal
:Getty Oil __ .lOg 2H the range within which these securI-
-- AmAli45% KaisAl 33%
ties could have been sold (bid) or'' agent in preparing the hospital
_
:Grace Co. 1.00b 57% Affiliated Fund __ 8.94
,bought (asked): AmBrk 57% Ken'cott 86% bond issue.

:'.Hel.1 B Curtis M _. -- ._- ---- 5.00.80 449 15 4 :Alico Land 91aAmer Capital Life & Gr __ 10.12 I I AmBdPar 40% Lig&My 80 Frank Strahsmeier, a repre- Short of 14th Term in HouseKEY I

:Int Min C 1.80a 67% Fidel Life _ 23;. Divers Growth _--- 9.76 AmCan 43% Loch'd 36% sentative of William R. Hough

=Int Tele _- 1.00 54 Amer Heritage 21Amer Dividend Shares __ 3.79 AmCyan 66% Lorillard 44 and Co., said his firm would

:Kellogg .80a 46% Mat Ins -_ 20* Dreyfus 20.32 AMMot 15V4 Mag'vox 30% prepare alternates plans for a WEST (AP-Bernie C. Papy had more service in the victory in a Key West hospital.

:Lehman Cp 1.34e 29% Amer Pioneer Life 8 Fidelity Capit 11.23 AT&T 71% MM&M 58% bond issue to cover repayment Papy, 62, king of the Florida House than any other represen- on Sugar Loaf Key, then suffered
52% Fidelity Fund _ 17.931 AmTob 33% Mohasco 13% periods of 20, 25 or 30 years.
Busch
Anheuser for 26 died
Litton In __ 1.98f 64% -- -- Keys years, Monday tative in Florida history, but a relapse and was movedto
4% Fidelity Trend __ 18.90: AmpxCp 16% MQjK'to 78% He estimated that a 25 to 30-
Anodyne of Death three
Lone S em 1.00 21% ---- cancer. came was turning freshman because Baptist Hospital in Miami
Fund'tal Invest 11.12 Anaconda 44% MontWd 39% issue would cost the city
:Marsh Fid __ 1.60 445k Citizens Bank 37 -- year months short of certain election of a two-year break in service.. where he died.
33% Incorporated Inc 10.05 Armour 48 NatDair 83 $16,000 to $18,000 a year.
Martin 1.1 1.00 18 Comsat Corp to his 14th term in the House I
-
McG Hill _- _- .60a 3H. Conn Lt & Pow ..._.._ 38 Keystone K-2 _._ 5.64 ACL 80% NatDist 27% This amount added to the of Representatives. In 1962FaPy was unseated, Before Papy's two defeats, he

Mead Corp 1.70 47 Cojes Mag & Pb- 12th Keystone S-3 -- 16.93 Babcock 32% N.AmAv 50 $15,000 loss reserve fund for by Hilario Ramos Jr., a mem- had won every election withouta

,Merkd __ 2.00a 40'h Dunn & Bradst .- 63 Keystone S-4 __ 4.83 B&O 40 Penney 56% operation and maintenace of Papy died in a Miami hospi-ber of one of the powerful fami- second primary.He .

Natl Air __ .80 501/s Firs West. Fin'c'l 12% Life Investors 10.36 BethStl 37 PRR 33% the hospital comes to a total of tal. The body was returned to lies in the Keys.
: Florida Gas 11th Life Stock Fund _._ 8.04 Boeing 55% PepCola 57% between $31,000 and $33,000 a Key West for burial. Funeral was Monroe County's only

:N Y CenU ---- 2.00 50g 5n4 41 41'Nia Fla Nat'l Bank __- 64FlaTele. Mass. Inv Stock -. 16.74 Brunswk 8% PhilMor 73V4 year. plans were not announced im- A year later, Papy lost again, representative for 26 years, an
M' Pow 1 CaterTr 32% PhillPet 53% The increased rates thIS tune to SherIff John Spotts- office
:Norfolk W ._ 6.00 136% ._ -28 'Mass. Inv Growth 8.97 utility mediately. strengthened through his
Labs ___ 21 4 Poineer Fund 9.93 Celanese 70% RCA 32 are expected to produce an ad- wood, when he sought MonroeAt persuasive personality.
:No Ind P S _.1.43 59'h Forrest ---- -
Founders Life n. Puritan Fund 9.35 Chrysler 51% RepStl 44% ditional $20,500 a year. An in- his death, Papy was back County's new Senate seat.
:No Nat Gas 1.80 57 !
-- --
-- Franklin Life 56% Putnam Growth 9.49 CocaCola 135% ReyTob 42'/4 crease in property tax rates, in politics, eagerly awaiting the During his two years out of Friends and foes said Monroe
42%
. ;Olin Math 1.20 TV & Elec --- 8.09 CornEd 53% StRegP 30% already enacted, is expected to. Nov. 3 general election. He wasoffice, Papy developed cancer. County benefited from Papy's

Value Line Inc ___ 5.62 ConEdis 89 Seaboard 52V4 produce another $4,500 a year; unopposed on the ballot. He learned of his May primary tenure in the legislature.One .

: NEW YORK TJMES MARKET AVERAGES AUG. 10 Wellington Fund 15.33 ContCan 50% Sears 117% and the city expects $8,000 to
(CJ New York TimesHigh DowChe 68% Sinclair 46% $10,000 more a year in ciga- benefit was roads.Through .

Net AMER. STK. EXCH. duPont 261 Socony 82 rette tax revenue, due to the his influence Papy
Low Close Chg.
: EAL 30V4 SouthnC 64 increase enacted by the last pushed through what he said
146.24 Off .94 ACTIVE STOCKS
: 25 Rails 147.78 1H6.00 E.Kodak 130% SperryR 14 legislature. was as much, if not more, road
832.49 Off .08
838.18 828.01
25 Industrials 40% 75% / ,mileage in Monroe
Volume Close Change Firestone StBrand County as in
489.35 Off .51
492.98 487.00
Stocks
: i 50 81 100 Seabd Wd A 7%; off % FlaPw 51% StO NJ 84% /3 :any other county in Florida.
.
29 000 Stanr Uran 1% off 1.16 Fla P&L 80% Studebak 7% Williston Men DOWNJBy

: STOCK FLASHES 27 700 Magellan Pete 2V up V Ford 51% Swift 50% Although some of the roads

off Frmst Da 12 Texaco 80% passed through swamps and
22 900 Flying Tiger 9% % To SpecializeWILLISTON
MARKET thicket fields and led foes
22 800 Old Town 34T' un 1% FreptSul 36 Thiokol 13% to
z NEW YORK (AP) Prices I FruehTr 32V U Carb 119% The Williston say he was working for special
Dow Jones Stock Averages GenDyn 31%: UnitAirc 49% City Council, after voting yes interests the presence of the
:and a the bit pace in the of trading stock market picked I Previous Day | 2nd Hour I ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS GenEl 81% UnFruit 21% terday to proceed with the financing roads in the Keys led to increased

:early-up this afternoon but in- .829.35 I 30 Indust. "f up 0.23 Purchases -------.. 269,345 GenFds 90 US Steel 57V4 aspects of a new mu- BUZZ MIXSON filming part of a movie. settlement and helped

ternational uncertainties stillyeigbed 211.80 | 20 Rails | upYeT Short Sales ---- 1,827 GenMills 42% UnivMat 12% nicipal hospital, heard the news Sun Area Editor I I Yearty, wearing a crestfallenlook build the area financially.Rep. .

\ on Wall Street. Other Sales _. ._. 270,534 GenMtrs 92% WestgEl 35 that Drs. Donald McCoy and Perhaps the most crestfallen and with a considerable
149.49: 15 Util. off 0.48 George Okell Sr. who
| | 35V4 James Dailey will close the ,
-Gains of fractions to a pointor Total Sales _. ._ 272,361 Goodrich 54% WinnDix individual we've seen of late amount of sighing, told report. sat
:
so among key stocks outnum- 297.25 | 65 Stocks | uP Il Goodyr 42% Woolwth 28Y4 present city hospital facilities was Levy County Commissioner ers during a break at the commission in the across the aisle from Papy
somewhat irregular Volume DAY'S STOCK Greyhnd 25% they have been operating as of John Yearty at last week's that legislature for a decade
bered losers in a 3,050,000 I | 1,560,000 PREVIOUS meeting thoughhe said "He
the 25th of this month. was a man who
advance which lifted MARKET board meeting.The had not donated land for the

the popular market averages I Corp., both up more than a St. AugustineMust Main reason for closing the commissioners were trying park, he had negotiated for the worked unceasingly for the people
of
slightly. I point, were standouts among Advances .__-.------- 527 hospital, according to McCoy is to decide on a name for the land; that he has pushed establishment his county and for all
_... ... 474 that he and Florida. Anyone who knew him
Declines so Dailey
:Coppers continued to rise ascopper the advancing coppers. Kenne- ------ can go county recreation park whichis of the park and
future prices hit the cott and American Smelting Unchanged -_- 322 ComplyTo back to school and become spe located at the end of State had been active in making improvements -will miss the friendly, helping

i highest levels since 1956. I gained fractions while Anacondawas Total Issues _. ._-.-------- 1,323 cialists. Both McCoy and Daileyare Road 40 near Yankeetown. there. I hand of Bernie Papy."

"Steels, motors rails rubbers, unchanged. New 1963-64 Highs .._ 28 Rights ActST. general practitioners a nd They turned to Mayor Eugene ,
manufacturers office New 1963-64 Lows _- 11 have been maintaining their Knotts of Yankeetown one of More recently Yearty has Thomas Bailey State superintendent -
aerospace I Fractional gains were the offices at the hammered away at getting of public instruction,
and building mater- AUGUSTINE (AP) hospital. the donors of property for the
:equipments moved generally higher. rule for most major steel- NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Three federal injunctions requiring McCoy told the Council mem- park, and asked him for sug- restrooms constructed at the said Papy "was a great friendof
tals park, with the end result that education. He
makers. Jones & Laughlin add- played a lead
Utilities were off a bit on average. Comp. Vol. Close Changes compliance with the Ci- bers that he and Dailey were gestions.;
Chemicals tobaccos airlines ed a pointChrysler 135 600 Studebaker 7% off Vt vil Rights Act were in effectin making their moves to become Knotts said that, actually E. the "Johns" are now a reality. ing role in the House In improv.

and oils were mixed. i' up nearly a point 83 700 Carter Trac 32% off H St. Augustine today, openingthe specialists in anticipation of F.I Cribbs of Morriston had do- Reporters and others have ing Florida schools and" in rais-

Tbe Associated Pres! average was the best gainer among 80 500 Tex Gulf Sul 53% up 1% way to testing by Negroes.U. the new hospital. He said when nated most of the property and jokingly suggested naming the ing teachers salaries.

pf.Qp stocks at noon was up ..2at leading motors. ] 60 200 Transitron 6% off V the new medical facilities are that he should be consulted, restrooms in honor of Yeartyand Rep. Carey Mathews of Dade

514.5 with industrials up .%, Du Pont fell about 2 and Un- 30 200 Chrysler 50T up }s S. District Judge Bryan completed, other doctors, in- too, as to a name for the park.So having a suitable plaque County said, "I had the great-

ran;: up .6 and utilities off .2. ion Carbide declined nearlya 27 900 Gen Dynam 31% off % Simpson denied further courtdelays cluding specialists, would be at. Knotts and Cribbs are to made for placing on the sanitary est respect for his ability and
in aft-
'Tfce- Dow Jones industrial av point. 26 000 Am Tel Tel 70% off Ya ernoon. He a acted ruling shortly Monday after .tracted to Williston. get together and offer some facilities.But talent. He was a helluva legis-

erag'at noon was up .33 at U.S. Smelting rose a coupleof 25 200 Gen Motors 91% off %II "We will have to keep up with suggestions. seriously, why not call lator and man."
Justice Black of the U.S.
points. Polaroid and Xerox 23 600 Westg El 34% up % Hugo the pace," said McCoy, "or Commissioner Yearty has the State Road 40 recreation
Ojpsolidated Edison sank gained a point or so. IBM losta 22 900 Pan Am 31 off % Supreme Court refused to delay we'll find ourselves out of jobs hinted broadly on several oc facility "John Yearty Park?" Commissioner of Agriculture

nearly 2 points on news it has point. 21 600 Cerro Cp 55% up 1% injunction affecting Georgia. when the new hospital is com ''casions that he would be more Or just "Yearty Park?" Doyle Conner, who served in the

called 866,758 shares of coaver- Prices were irregularly higher 20 800 RCA 31% unch Seventeen St. Augustine resta- pleted." than pleased if the park bore Yearty and his father Will House with Papy, said "He was

tible preference stock. Conversion in quiet trading on the American 20 600 Am Hospital 22 off %,rants and motels were told to McCoy said that his and Dal- his name. Yearty, have both served the for his people. He used to say

of the stock will result in Stock Exchange. 19 600 Curtis Pub 13% up % cease segregation in preliminary -ley's patient load had grown to Why? Well Yearty, who is in county for a combined total of 'My people want this' or 'my

a dilution of the outstanding Corporate bonds were mixed. 18 700 Brunswk 8% unch injunctions issued last week. the extent that they were having his 12th year as a commissioner about 24 years in official ca people want that' It was a

common. U.S. government bonds were to refer many of them to was one of the prime pacities. The park is in watchword on the House floor.

Phelps Dodge and Cerro mostly unchanged. The injunctions were to have Gainesville hospitals. He said movers behind establishmentof Yearty's county commission "He was diligent and very colorful -

649.5 miles gone into effect last Saturdaybut that they had discontinued the the park, the locale of which district, and he is retiring from in representing his constituents

were delayed after restaurant practice of obstetrics in order to was used several years ago by the county commission at the and a very capable! legislator

Ike to 'Keynote9GOP Of Interstate men appealed. have time for more patients. Elvis Presley and company for 'end of this year. ," Conner said.





Summit Meet Roads TALLAHASSEE in (State A?) William Shine, Break-In Cases Heard in Circuit CourtThey I


HERSHEY Pa. (AP) -'. Eisenhower will speak at a T. Mayo administrator of

Former President Dwight D. interstate highways, said today
Juncheon at 1 EDT to be
Eisenhower will be the main followed p.m. I I Florida has 649.5 miles of interstate Rudolph (Cadillac) Knight, 59, Jurors were James G. Haile, 'Store May 30. the public defender, represented are accused of breakinginto
by a news conference.A .
completed un Alachua convicted 547 NE 4th Ave Harold
speaker Wednesday when Re-, highways or Negro, was ; R. Sutton. the Alachua County VFW
and business derway.The yesterday by a circuit court LePert, 1515 NE 7th Terr.; Claiborne Circiut Judge James C. Ad-
gubernatorial morning
clubhouse
publican governors session kins L. C. Banks, charged with April 11.
mileage represents expenditures -jury of possession of moonshine M. Goodwin, 2103 NW 40th withheld adjudication and
candidates gather for a will be closed with with Sutton
participationlimited robbery along The two arrested
men were
session with of $473 million, of whisky. Terr.; Joe C. Kirbey, Rt 1, ordered a pre sentence inves
campaign strategy to 3S GOP party leaders million is other than tigation. Another Homer changed his plea from innocentto north of Tallahassee a day or
which $10.8 Knight contended that jugs of Box 174, Alachua; William T. man
political and organizational I He is accused of rob- two later R. L. McDonald
of their including 14 governors and the interstate funds, Mayo said. : moonshine found in his bedroomat Hagan, 1903 NW 26th St; and Pate Jr., 36, also is charged in guilty. by Trooper

leaders Republican presidential party. nomi- same number of gubernatorial I Projects completed and opento 1122 NW 6th Place last June Leonard E. Grace, Rt. I, Box the break-in and has pleaded bing$45 Melvin June Pope 27. Goldin Cunninghamof is his Horida High way PatroL -

Sen. Barry M. Goldwater candidates. traffic extend for 3733 milesat 1 were planted there. He blam- 190-B, High Springs. guilty.

nee called the meeting. Others an estimated cost of $319.9 ed Mrs. Adella White Ruth his David Anderson assistant to Duncan's office dropped rob- attorney. Goldin argued Me Donald
Pennsylvania Gov. WilliamW. million. Projects under construc- Judge Adkins ordered pre-sen- searched Ketterman's car with-
former
girl friend and a state State Atty. Ted Duncan
attend includeGoldwater's prosecuted. bery charges against Herman
scheduled to Scranton, who bitterly tion run 149.6 miles at a cost of witness. Sell g Goldin was Junior 32 and tence investigations for both out a warrant and without good
vice Sutton, presented -
presidential fought Goldwater for the presi- approximately $109.6 million. Deputy Sheriff Walter! Cole- Knight's defense attorne new charges of receiving men. cause, in violation of Ketter

running mate York Rep. and William former E. dential nomination at lastmonth's Mayo said right-of-way projects ]- man said he found the jugs Walter Lewis Bass, 17. Mcaon, stolen goods. Sutton who had I Adkins rejected a motion by man's legal rights.
Miller of New GOP
convention is host underway run for 126.5, when he went into the house Ga., changed his plea from in- claimed innocence of robbery, Goldin to suppress evidence Evidence of the VFW break.in .
Vice President Richard M. Nix- for the
meeting, although his miles at an estimated cost of with Knight and Mrs. Ruth aftera nocent to guilty, on a chargeof pleaded guilty to the new against Warren Pittman 32,I allegedly was found in the

(on.,/ duties are nominal. I $44 million. I quarrel between them. breaking|nto Mike's Book charge. R. A. (Buzzy) Green and Walter" L. Kcttcnnjin. 35. car. A.





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Astronauts Face N! of SEU of said Sec. 2.102 run of State 200, Section 26 said all East of net Thereof
W 5 tt. to ro of RR run survey ROlc : Lying Sf 21 tf The fine elusive 'tansTTng read right .wty.
desrib Containing .
He Tied Shut in S.L tc lne bin survey 3 <2 acres more lets ALSO: .
Refrigerator of NWly Clrelo alg E bndar Come pint Township the North of State Road 200 Section 26060. said line OWNED BY: LAWRENCE F.o COSGROVE BORROW PIT NO HAUL ROAD
run 10 2
Ild ro described as follows: Begin on the South and wife, VIRGINIA LEE COSGROVE. AND DRAIN STATION
of public road from Hawthorne to Wal South Range 22 East located feet RIGHT le
Desert Survival 190.6 line of said Section 10 at a point nn.4 PARCEl 1541, RIGHT OF WAY 13.43
do,
thence run In a SE'ly diretio along of the Northwest corner of of feet East of the Southwest corner

But Still 3 Children Died the W boundary ln of r-w p-b" the NWU of said Seio 22: thence run of, thence North 2 degrees : 12"thre Wet Commence of:at SE corner NEU That Government part of: 4 and f east of S. A. L
within of the line of degrees o Lot
Lyin survey ; o
Eat feet
RENO, Nev. (AAerc'snewest ) Road 20 f Section 26060. said survey the"e Sot 2 47 degrees 27 10 fet 37. point to 3076.61 East North of Sei 0 SW1* E. of S 209.2 run thence. a N deree Ratro.", l Section 18 Township

tin* described I follows: Begin 10 feet to the Point of Beginning of Southeast corner fet thence continueNorth grees 4 W. pb ft. d.follows Range 2 East described- .a.*.

CHICAGO (AP-Last winter Last Friday three chil astronauts te 13 at a point o the East bundary of said Survey line; thence run North 2 22 degrees there: West WI93 Highway No. 306;.thence to N.r 21 of degrees State Commence: trt east line of SecliOf
Section
22 Township 10 South, Range degrees 32l2' West 3731.53 feet, o
sal desert thence North 40"
today 2 cross 31' W.
fet degrees 8456 ft. thence N. 18,
degre Nevad East, located said 0 1 degree Township 9 South Range East ata
123347 ft. of t irg tht boundary
Leamond L. Fuwell, 29, bought den of George Hartman, 30, I fortified a sample of what Stheat bunar ef sd!Nor 22; 22 (Sut Nor bundar of Section Seio sid Wet 1331 feet 9 at to a the point Ncr. line. fet of w. Eat(43 12 ft. thence S. t degrees 0* point 27245 feet northerly. 2 fr' tn*
20 IB' 47* point boundary Section' Sio pb same being in NEU southeast said run
a new refrigerator and put the who lives i the basement the clever desert cook can whip West 160581 Norh fet to the degrees beginning of acre 15, Township Norh Soh. Range o 2 East,' Wet Containing 9.15 Northeast acres, more corner thereof.less. of SWW of Sec. 2C.2 thence Nor"comr 22 o degr. 2 1.West
or Lying
within of the line ,
fet survey run thence
witha 1172.49 of Northwest 2n ftt
located
the Southwesterly
old refrigerator on the back apartment beneath the Fuwells, up i he can catch I fist radius concave of feet and a central I' corer of said Section 15; OWNED BY: ALLEN SURRENCY and of said State Road 200. Section 24660. grl 59" East 431 ft Nor t 1 .
2 ang wife GRACE SURRENCY H. H. SUR
le of 19 58"; thence ALSO: ; 2505 said survey ln destlb as follows Beginning of Borrow Pit run
porch of h climbed into the old bx The The 1 Gemini space trainees, erty deres 0 curve to end I A parcel of land described as bounded RENCY and wife HAZEL SURRENCY. : Begin o Suh o said thence North 2 degrees 22 2 Wtst
sale PARCEL 129.1, RIGHT OF WAY
ape full days of curve; thence North degrees 23' 4"1 en the Southwest the Northeast 141' tlO 20 at a point 26. Eastof 2 fet. r th North 47 degrees
who will out b
two That of
Because he three children door closed, the children died. camp Wet feet to the beginning of a foot right of way State Roa 200, part : Southwest cornr ten 3' E fet, run thence South
h beginning Wednesday with nothing ,147.6 to the Northeasterly witha bne on the west o the .foot "All tat prIo of Lot 5 of Terrell Norl 22 degrees 24' 04" West 34.1 2 degrees 22 East lC feet, run
3 to he tied the cure radius of 225913 and a central way line of State Road Estate 'ylg S. A. U R.R. r-w fet, thence North thee South 22 degrees 01" East
2
the short lives fet righ 5219.A ceree 2
age A epilogue t but water and a standard angle of H degrees ; thence Northwesterly bounded the northeast less ro Highway U. S. 301 I'S' West 2IU.0 feet to lin of run thence South 9 degrees U'
e
door with 5'3 to the described as that part of N'' of NWU, said 50 at 59" West 93.11 feet, thence
64821 feet said curve to arc of a concave northeast Seio a point $ fet South
clotheslines. plasUcate of Cynthia Hartman, 4, and her I I survival kt are being taught at end of curve; thence Northwesterly 448.21 having a radius of 150 feet said : of SEU lying E of the said highway In' Wet Northeast corner theefl 67 degrees 3 J9" "218 feet "

brothers Joseph, 5, and Stead Base now to fet along said curve to end of cure: curve being tangent to the east 40 fool Section 41021 Containing 2.23. acres more or les. t.nc 2 degrees XT 01"
Mat I thence North degrees 12" West right of way line of said State Road Lying feet of the survey line OWNED BY D. E. WILLAS and Wife feet to Point ef Beginning
6, was written Monday. forage for food.Monday feet to 2 point 3 the Northboundary S-219-A at the north end of said curve of State Road 200 Stio 24040, said survey ROSILAND WILLAS. Borrow Pit No. 20, .
21.0 I o end to the northeast 141 foot line deKrl follows: Beginon PARCEL RIGHT OF WAY ALSO:
ruled that died of said Section M located tanget 1.1 151
J I quest jury they 10.6 the South of said Section 4 at apoint That part A
they were given tid feet East of the Northwest comer right way line of said Stat ROle 200 11 parcel of the above described parent
o 1. end 869.87 west of the Southeastcorner The SW'.. East of Stale Road 200 Section tract for
In accidentally.The NEU of the NWU of Section at the southeast of said cure. Borrow Pit Haul Road *scrik.
TeJ bits of fried caterpillars and in Containing acre, more sid or 2 Containing 069 acre mor or tx- thereof, thence North 22 degrees 17. Township f S.. Range 2 E.. *d I follow:
01 and elusive of right of way. 31' 40" West 181117 feet, thence No Lying within 131 feet of the line Lying each aide ef and within 20 feet
iqui established no sects. OWNED BY: GRANT H. McCRAY OWNED BY: OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS 22 degrees 37 07" Wet t5 of S. R. 200 Sec. 26040, said survey linebeing of a Haul Road line said
wife, ARLINE McCRAY. the North of of said I described follows I line survey survey
what refused Stead COMPANY. ln as : being as :
None
to a
evidee happened sPkes-II PARCEL 107 PARCEL ilL, 116.3, RIGHT OF WAY Section 4 point 411.16 feet East Commence o the S. line' of Sec. 17 at a. Begin o the west lln tlos Pit

the rope Fuwell tied around the man reported. RIGHT ,That part of: of the Northwest corner theret pInt 17.9 f. E. of the SW crne No. 20 as described above lorre a
CapitolWASHINGTON That cart ef: Ream at NE corer of NEtS af SWU af Containina 1.t) arr*&. less.- t.r f.. t.. C .4.. 200 feet 55 tO' .i
old refrigerator. Probably, at The SEU of the NE... East o SAL SKt1 Township 10 Range 22 Eat, OWNED BYSCOTY: E and wife 100 ft. to the Point ef Beginning thenceN. from th S Northwest I.comer af said! i

. time CALL FOR liDS Railroad Except the West 640 of the West 493.68 feet to RR re 2 degrees 2 01" W. 342.40 ft. to row No. 20, run thence South :
some during t mont NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS North 330 feet thereof of Section 2 sere, thenc South 24 degrees Eat PARCEL In1 RIGHT OF WAY the Wet line sid See 17 at a point degrees 37 59" West 431 feet the end
FLORIDA 10 Range 22 COSTa SW ef lot That of Haul t
the appliance sat GAINESVILLE. Township Sou. core par ft. North of the SW corner Road survey line
(A) Sen- bids will be received by The Lying within 9 fet of she survey lne East 39072 feet corner, thence The ,* of the NWU. Section 4, Town of, thence continue N. degrees t.re 01" ALSO:

are reported near porch, someone needed the line Sele Industrial Commission. State of of State 200. Section 260601 sid North 3'/ degrees West 49348 feet backto ship 10 Sth Range 22 East East o W. 300 ft. to the 2 of said 22 survey A parcel *f lend for Pit Dram.

at leades for something else. Florida, at the oHIce of the architect, survey line being described I ''l NE of for. being the place of beginning State ROld and Southeasterly o line, herein described, ALSO: Lying each side of lorro within feet
agreement on a compromise More and May Architects 404 N.E. Begin at a point on the East boundaryof desrib as that part Block 1 of Maultsbys Replat, as of: of a line described follows: 1

Street, Gainesville, Florida until Section 2 Township 10 South Range of of of East of SAL plat thereof recorded in Plat Book "C" Tht ar of NW'... East of S. ft. Begin on tie west .line of Borrw Pit
proposal that wou direct, but A Mass of the Angels will be 4 Clock P.M.. E.S.T. Tuesday August 2 East, 1238.67 fet North Section Railroad right of way; lying within 141 page 47. Alachua Cont Sec. 20, Township 9 S. Range 2. Mo. 20 as described above at a paint

not slow "8, 1'64. at which time end place all th Southeast boundary ef sid 47"West fet of the survey line of State Road Lying within 141 ftt the survey line within 131 feet of tthe 2 line ito feet South 22 degrees JT 0)" East
cmpl t go on said for the youngsters Wednes bids received will be publicly opened and ; thence run North 20 degrees 18 a 2CO, Section 26060 said survey line being of State Road Section 260 said Lyln said $.R. 200, Sec. 24060, said survey from the NW comer of Slid Borrow
of read aloud for furnishing all materialsand 1605.IB feet to the beginning described as follows: i survey described Begin o survey Pit No. M
reapportionment In. .folow. run thence S. 7
crerlg concave to the Southwesterly witha Commence at a on the North line being described as follows: Beginon ," degrees
labor and constructing the following pint bun on the line of Section 37- 3 w SCO
cure Sid feet t
state legilte on a population day.The building prolect In Gainesville Florida: o 2323.83 feet and a central ang- dary of Setio Township 10 4 at a point 169.1 feet West of the the South line o said Sec. 2 at I row Pit Drain, the end at Bar

deaths pointed a prob- OFFICE BUILDING FOR la of 19 degree 0958"; thence Northwesterly Range 2 Elt. located 190060 feet East Southeast thence pint 26.5 ft of the SW coe Containing in the
up to comr Nor 2 aggregate 12.117 Ides
said curve of
along the of the N.
COMMISSION corner NEU of theef degrees 24' 04" W.
bai. FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL 77.37 fet Norhwes degrees 31. 40" West 1811.17 2 more er less, exclusive ef existing read
affects children ServiceWorkmen's end of thence North 39 degrees the NW Section 22; run 22 25411 ft. thence 01" right of
le Florida State Employment cure thenc North degrees V 07" West 3.1 2 deree 2 way.
everwhere Division 28' 45" .42 feet to the beginningof South 22 degrees 32 12" Eat : ft. to the said OWNED
Compensation 10 feet thence North 22 degrees IV V BY;
would substi OWENWULIN01
in the nation. It Northeasterlywith .2 :stO CLASS
T Field a to the thence South 67 degrees 27 West Sec. 20 l 5179$ ef theNE
cmme Unemployment Compensation cure coave West 1213 fet to the North line of the :a point n. COMPANY.
a proposal been solved despite federal leg- OfficeGaInesville I a radius of 229.83 feet and a thence central 10 feet to the Point of Beginning of said NEW of of said Section 4 ata thereof. PARCEL 149 1 BORROW PIT
b Snt Florida I angle of 16 dere SV 331 survey line; thence run North 2 dere point 107310 feet East Northwest BORROW
PIT NO
Republican leader slation requiring push-out doorson after the specified feet s II d 3T 12" West 5731.53 feet crosing o th Containing 4.72 acres more or less exclusive RIGHT OF 15 and HAUL ROAD
bid received Norhwesterl.
corner thereof STATION
; 151-75.54 (PART
Ay of curve, thence North 2 North of said South of existing road right of way. )
Dirksen of Illinois stay all refrigerators made since and date will not be cur.degrees 3212" West 298.OS feet to bund.r 15) to a on Containing 1.M acres more or less. OWNED BY: FLORIDA EQUIPMENT That part of-
t Each bid must be point the North of saidSection the North o of pInt, OWNED BY: ALLEN D. MOORE; VIRGINIA COMPANY; JULINGTON Nof NE'4 and SEt ef HEM *f Sec

court-ordered reapportionmentuntil 195 and state laws requiring certified check or cashier's conSidered'1 on 22 located 10.6 bundar fet Eaitef ship 10 bundar Range S.ctl East located Ton MCCARTHY FERN M. DICK. MENT COMPANY INC., and DEVELOP IRBY S. flats 4, Township 10 South, Rang 22 Cast

after state doors be removed from discarded payabe to The Florida the Northwest cornr the Northeast 1172.49 South of 2 NW corner SON ETHEL M. SPRINGER KEEL and EXLEY and wife, VIRGINIA W. EXL Y.SUBJECT described as follows: '
legislatureshave of
amount fet Elt
in the th.
mission
husband, BERNE WILBUR
J.
22 O KEEL Commencing
Quarter of the NW of said Section ; said Secion 15 TO: MORTGAGE recorded In on The north lint tf Sec
had two sessions consider refrigerators. of the base awarded bid as the guarantee that the Containing 222 acres more or less, exclusive That part of the; above described pares! DICKSON and wife VERA DICKSON; Mortgage Book 336, page 1, in favor of tion 4, Township 10 South Range 22 last
,
if
t bidder cotrac wi. of existing rood right of way. JANET M DICKSON; JOHN L DICK- Travelers Insurance Company at a point 1073.19 feet easterly from the
the matter. within ten consecutive clendar OWNED BY: CHARLIE A. SMITH of land described as follows: SON wl. MARGARET DICK- PARCEL U01 DRAINAGE EASEMENT Northwest comer ef NEU ef NWU) *f
FweU's refrigerator had not 'er written notice being given of such and wife, ELOISE G. SMITH. Bounde on the west by the easterly SON; HAROLD L. DICKSON and wife, LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF STATION Section 4, Township 10 South, Rang 21
award, enter Into a written contract with right of way line of State Road HELEN M. DICKSON; ROBERT E. East, run thence South M
Dirksen's proposal, which he It was just idle, 'he Florida Industrial Commission in accordance -,PARCEL 10.1RIGHT I 200 Section 24060-2505, bundee on the DICKSON and wife, BETTY LOU DICK. That 705-92 of 29" East 121300 feet run thane degrees Nertn 2f

and stored his with the accepted bid, and givea by the westerly right of SON PEARL LANE MASCARI and husband Jr 67 degrees 39
to attach to the on property. That of: est ; SW SE'4 of Section 15 Township 31" East 44l.g feet to the
foreign to
hopes par
bond satisfactory line of State Road S-219-A
surety way Point
cotrc The 330 feet of the W' of In PETE MASCARL.PARCEL 10 south Range 22 East LESS South of Beginning of Borrow Pit Ne
aid authorization bill would delay '' In an amount equal to one SE of NE. and the North 330 bounded o the north by the 134.1, RIGHT OF WAY feet east of Railroad.Lying 15. run Thence North 22 degree, 20' EF'West
Each year, a dozen or more hundred per cent of the contrac price. th of the NEU East of cure concave to the north having a That part of: 28 440 feet, run thence North 47
of the SWU (1) of and within 25 feet and
Certified checks offered as guarantee fet of of Section of 20 feet, said curve being tin Lot *, Block 1, Maultsby'a Replat of lef degrees 35' 3' Cast 50 fMt
cut rered children die of suffocation in S.A.L. Railroad right way (2) right and within 30 feet of a run Thence
reapprionment Florida Documentary
must have gent to the 141 foot right of Campville South 22
10 South. Range easterly way as per plat thereof recorded degrees 27 29" West 500 feet.
by from two to idle refrigerators. In 1962, the Stamp atlche. East 2 Township 2 line, of Sta't road 200 at tht NorThwesterly In Plat Book C, Page 17, Public records -lateral ditch survey line said ditch survey run thence North 47 degrees 39* si"Et
may withdraw his bid for a line I end of curve, and tangentto of Alachua fnuntv. Easterly. of SR line being described as follows: Soo< feet. run thence
In the meantime, efforts would toll reached a high of 35. period of thirty days after the date set !Lying .within 92.feet_of the_ _survey, .. the westerly Sid foot right of way p Commencing on the north line of sec.1 grace 20 L 29" East loo feet South, 22 rwi

pressed nullify the Supreme for the opening thereof. of survey State line Koaa being:.described oecT.on SaucY.as follows- .: line of State Road S-219A at the North 20 within 141 feet of the survey line tin 15. Township 10 South, Range 2 thence South 67 degrees 3r 31"et' West
In accordancewith East at a point feet easterly
b t All work shall be done end of said curve. 700
the East boundary of State Road 200, Section saidsurvey 172.4 thence
The problem first and contract Begin at a point on 266 from Northwest of said Sec JL'f'v"1 North a degrees
Court ruling requiring deat.ap plans, specifications Containing In the aggregate 1.569 acres tl. 20'
of 22, Township 10 South, Range line described as West 200 feet run thence South
thence South 22 3T
concernin documents rlati. thereto as prepared Sedlo North of more or less, exclusive existing road Begin on the South line of the SE<* of ton 1 run degree 67 degrees 3f
becam located 1238 67 feet o 31" West 400
population be the basis of apportionment by Moore Architects, Gainesville 2 right of way. 4526 39 feet to the Beginning ft run
t of' the 1930s when old ice boxes Florida. Plans, specifications and th Southeast boundary of said 18 Section OWNED BY: JOHN C. COBB and wife, the South SWU Range of Section East 3 Tovshlp point 107310*II of lateral ditch survey o. run thence 200 f North J2 degrees JO 2t" West
in both houses North 53 degrees "
thence run Thence
run 2
South
tt examined at 2 thence North 67 degrees 24' 43' East degrees
contract documents may JULIA B. COBB. ,,
state were being discarded as the the office of the owner In Tallahassee.Florida 1605.88 feet to the beginning of with a SUBJECT TO: JUDGMENT, recorded In fee East of t. Southwest corner thee 1145 fet, run thence North 32 degree 39 West 200 feet run thence -Ntrtft
legislatures.The Southwesterly thence 20 2f"
: electric refrigerator was or at the office of the architect cure concave of 2323.to 83 the and a central angle Judgment & Lien Book 2. page 296, in West 1309.22 2 the degrees Southwesterly 27 41" East 72.56 feet run thence Nor M Point degrees 20 29" West 300 feet to ttta

wing In Gainesvie. Florida. a of 19 degrees fet 58"; thence Northwesterly favor of Seaboard Finance Company Inc. extension of fet Northerly line of Lot 11. 55 degrees 37 4" East 112.94 feet to the of Beginning of Borrow Pit N*. 1$.
ALSO
compromise, worked out acceptance.It One st and contract du 777.37 feet along said curve to PARCEL 117.1, RIGHT OF WAY Block 5 of said Replat In end of said survey line. A :
ments forms for bidding b That of: Mauitsbyl Containing 0.262 acre more or less ex parcel of land for Borrow pit Haul
39 feet Southwesterly
an end of thence North degree par Campville at a
In four days of conferences participated after secured general contractors only 28' 45" cure 1247.62 feet to the begin The of the NW. East of SAL the Northwest corner elusive of existing road right of way. Road described as follows:
in Solicitor General surged again Word the office of the archite. by depositing Wet to the Railroad Section 15 Township 10 South of. o thee OWNED BY: ROXIE 8RISTOW; H. F. Lying each aide of and within 29 feet
by War II when resumption of therewith S2.o. from Gen ning of a with curve radius concave of 22.59.83 Norhestely Range 22 Eat, BRISTOW and wife MARTHA B R I STOW of a hual road centerline said haul

Archibald Cox, would eral contrdor will be refunded upon angle a of 16 degrees fet Lying within 141 feet of the survey line Containing .37 acres, more or less. I > S. D. BRISTOW and wife RUBY road centerline being described *** fol-
diet ian appliance manufacturing. bona fide bid and return 448.21 5'along' of State Road 2 Section 26060, said OWNED BY: MAYBELLE BROWN; and BRISTOW; F. T. BRISTOW wie. lows;
lower federal courts of said plans and contract documents thence Northwesterly thence North survey line as follows: DAISY MANUEL. ERNESTINE BRISTOW an Begin on the west line ef Barrow Pit
t of describ
of to end curve;
spurred a slough-f over-age In good condition within ten days said curve Commence at a North PARCEL RIGHT OF WAY I' GUY T/S described above at
all difficulties 22 degrees 32 12" West 8.05 to a pInt bun DUGGER and husband DUG : ; a point
account legitimate electric after date set for the opening of bids.If the North boundary of said pInt dary of Spclo Township 10 That part : GER> RUBY LEE CAIN and feet South 22 degrees W 2t" East
colers. the general contractors desire more on 2 Range 22 located East Lots 12, 13 and 14, Block 5. from the Northwest corner f
husband
surrounding reapportion located feet East of the Eat 190.60 fet MaultbysReplat I JAMES CAIN; CHLOE ROSIER and said Bar
than one set of such plans and spiica 19.6 NEU of the 'Norhwet, of the Northwest corner of in Campville I per ROBERT ROSIER. row Pit No. 13, run thence South 47
ment in any case. Last )year's boom in refrigera- tions, these may be obtained comer Section 22; sid the NWU of said Secio 22; thence run recorded in Plat Book "C" Page 47. PARCEL 165.1. 165.2 BORROW PIT degrees 3f 31" West 441 feet to Otis end
the cost of duplication which will not South 22 degrees feet, Public Records of Alachua Easterly of Haul Road centerline
for sales again heightened the Containing 0.82 acre, more or less, ex- :2 12 Eat 10 Count BORROW- PIT- NO 1. HAUL ROAD
be refundable. I of thence South 67 West of State Road 209 AND DRAIN RIGHT OP Containing in the aggregate Mtl5
elusive of existing road right way. dere 27 4" S 1'0N95 acres
W AHIGT (AP) Myl menace of abandoned boxes. Subcontractors and material suppliers OWNED BY: Owens-ILLINOIS GLASS 10 feet to the Beinnin of. of State Road S.2C 73.11 more or less exclusive ef existing read
and specifications Lying within of the line right ef
may purchase drawings said survey lne thence 22 fee survey That part of way.
E. 5 a 3 NOTICE OF SALE from the architect by paying the Copany.PARCEL 1111 degrees : 12 5731.53 feet, cross of State Road 26060, said S'* NE'i of Section 29, Township 9 OWNED BY: JAMES H. DYESS ant-
at the rate of 75 survey line described as follows: Begin o wife, PEARL A.
veteran of the Bureau of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: cost of duplication RIGHT OF WAY ing the boundary of said Section Range 22 East East S.A.L DYESS.
)'ea You are hereby notified that the following cents per sheet for drawings and SJ50 That of: 22 (South bundar of Section 15) to a o the Southwesterly extension of o PARCEL 171.1 BORROW PIT

Prison will succeed retiring motor vehicle: 1963 Corvalr 2 dr per set for specifications plus handling The par of the NEU. East of Seaboard point on boundary of Section the Southerly bundar of said Lot 1 Commence R.R. described the as south folol line: of the NWU BORROW PIT NO 14 HAUL ROAB
NW on
IS Township 10 South, Range East, at I point Southwesterly AND DRAIN RIGHT OF
S330927W296069. Will be sold at public charges. LESS the North 200 2 STATION 164-
director James V. Bennett on qualifications must be satisfactory Sec. Township 10 located feet East of Northwest the Southwest corer thereof, thenceNorth of NEt o Section 29 Township 9 South, 4541
sale at 10.00 A.M o'clock on the 17th Bidder' fet thereof of 2 17.4 tt 22 2029" West East, at a point That
to The Florida Industrial Com Range 22 East said Section degrees 127.6 Range 2 74.24 fet part ef:
Aug. 28.Atty. day of August. at 1321 North Main Commission 1 [feet, thence South 67 degrees V westerly Southeast corner of (1) N'i ef
16 mission. The Florida Industrial Lying within 92 feet of the survey line Containing 3.6 acre. or les exclusive fro the NWU ef Section 10 Township
,
Street. Caln.lvle Florida.The the right to waive Infor of State Road 200 Section 26060. southeasterly of right way. West 10 fet, thence run North 22 degrees sId of Section 2 run 10 South, Range 22 East, and
Gen. Robert F. Kennedyannounced proeel the sal wi be applied reervs any bid and to accept any of survey station 683-8200 and OWNED BY: JOHN BOONE and wife, 2 2" West 983.49 feet, thence thence South 22 degrees 24 East (I) $'1 ef SW'i ef Section 3, Township

to payment of cost of bid which they consider to be In the within 92 feet of the construction centerline DOLLIE BOONE. North s 24' 4" West 2 716.07 feet, run thence North 67 degrees 10 South, Rang 22 East, described as:
Monday the appointment retaking, storing and sale of said motor best public Interest and to reject any of said State Road 200 Northwesterly PARCEL 119.1. RIGHT OF WAY feet to Zhe South line of the NW'A ;35 56" East 431 feet to the Point of Beginning Commence en the north line of Section

of Alexander now a vehicle and the cost of publication of and all bids. o centerline station 632.0 sid That par of: I the NW said Section 33 at a of Borrow Pit No. 17, run thence; t. :Township!! 14 South, Range 22 hit at

pro notice of sale and then to the satisfaction FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL .ln. ,.. cnd r.nt.rln. The S'a the NE'i of The KWV4- Eat i 494.42 feet East o the Southwest corne South 22 degrees 24' 04" east 700 teat, a point 16989 feet, westerly tram the

fessor of sociology at Southern of the balance t.th3 COMMISSIONBY 'and saisiiio being located as follows '- of $. *. L Rllroa-d-LE S the South thereof run thence North 67 35 56" East Northeast corner of said Section e, run
contract with Robert edUe'de ,! A Worley Brown Chairman : survey lint at a pinto 2 feet Secio 15, Tonsip ALSO: run der.t 22 degrees thence South 22 degrees 31- 40" list
Dlii University and director Box 33 Lake City 05291 I:4,11 the East boundary of Section 2 Stf Range 22 A parcel of land In said Lot 14 describedas 3 04"fet West the" ,Noh thence South 29985 feet run thane South is degree

Center for the of the financing of said motor .' 10 South Range 22 East 141 feet of the survey line bounded o the west b the east 141 67 10 fet rn JOO fe.t, run 13 40" East 1)94.54 f.et run feusc
o te Sty !Any surplus wi be paid to you. and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Cite 123867 feet North of th* South- of State Road 20 Section 260 said foot right way line State Road der..3' 24' 04" East 100 South 85 degrees 09' 40" East JOO feel*
Delinquency you will liable for any balance EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND of said Secio 22; thence survey line destlb : Z. bne o the north by the south thee degrees to the Point ef Beginning ef Barrow pit
Ce an remaining unpaid under said contract. FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA run North 20 47" West Commence at a North bun tt way line of State Road feet to the Point O Beginning ,BorrowPit No. 14, run thence South 15 degrees

Dated this 29th of July. LAW NO.STATE 160588 feet to the beginning a cure, dary of Sec. 22. Township 10 S.23 and bounded o the southeast by No. 17. I 90* 40" East 500 feet, run thence North
day
ton. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT ROAD DEPARTMENT OFFLORIDA concave to the Southwestel.o with a Range 22 East, located 190060 fee East arc of a curve concave to the ALSO: 4 degrees sr 20" East TOO feet, run

IN THE COURT Of COUNTY JUDGE. CORPORATION I an Agency of the State of radius of 232383 fet an a an of the NW corner of the NE the southeast having a radius of 5 fet, A parcel 1 1h of the above described parent i hence South 85 degrees 09 40" East
ALACHUA COUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDA V. U_ L gle of 19 degrees Of : thence_ Northwesterly NWU of said Sec. 22; thence run South said curve tangent to East tract for 1 road described as: 200 feet run thence North 4 degrtee
bin te
.am.n and 777.37 feet along said cure 22 degrees 32 12" East 100 feet; tlenc 141 toot way line State Lying each side of and within 2 feet 50 20" West 200 feet run thence NartH

IN Rf THE ESTATE OF Gainesville I Florida ALACHUA COUNTY a Polticl SubS to end of curt thenc North 32 degrees South 67 degrees 2r 44' West 10 Road 230 rIgh South cad of saId curve of a haul road survey line haul 15 degrees W 40" West SM feet, run

MRS. VILLA BUNSNOTICE (3548) 1:1 division of the State of 10.0 feet to the Point of Beginning ef said survey and tangent th the South 40 foot rightof road survey line being described as fellows thence South 4 degrees 30' 20" West 309
OF FILING PETITION POR JUDGE'S COURT IN 20 line; thence run North 22 degrees : feet, run thence North 85 *
IN THE COUNTY Petitioners the end said survey survey 3 way line of said State Road S234, degrees 09
FINAL DIICHAHOI Of EXECUTORS ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA station 12" West 5731J3 feet. crossing the Begin on the west line ef Borrow Pit 40" West 250 feet,
AND FOR station 683 plus 82 00 centerline at the east of said curve run thence South 4
Notice Is hereby given that we have v.RITA B. BAYLOR et al, 683 plus 12.0 which is the bin bundar. of said *Sec. 2 (South boun Containing 0.en acres more or less. No. 17 I described above at a pInt degrees 50 20" West 400 feet run thence
Sec. 15) to the 100 feet South 22 24' 04"
fled final return as executors of '' The dar point on degrees North
RE to 15
our 'N : Defendants.NOTICE ning of a cure conav. OWNED BY: OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS degrees C9' 40" West 150 faef.
the Estate of Mrs. Villa Buns deceased Estate ofPETE OF RULE NISI with a raduis of 2291.8 feet and boundary of Sec. 15 Township 10 COMPANY. fro the NW corner of said Borrow Pit run thence South 4 degree 50 3r" West

; That we have filed cur petition for DINGLE Also known as NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN easter angle! of 1 degrees 54' 3T;' Sth. Range 2 Eat lo.te 1172.42. PARCEL 1471. RIGHT OF WAY run thence South 67 degrees 2' 400 ff to the Point at
Beginning tf
cl.trb'O *f the residue of the said Peter Dingle PROCEEDINGS: IN THE NAME AND thne Northwesterly 77.67 feet along fet of th* o Ild Section of: $ west 431 feet to the end o Borrow Pit No. 14, ALSO
Tht :
final discharge and that BY THE OF THE STATE to end of curve; thence 15; par
f AUTHORIT sid curve 3, f, 4, Block 17, A
Deceae.NOTICI parcel cf
win to The Containing 1.7S acres, more or ax- 2 4 o land far Barren Pit Haul
on August we apply TO CREDITORSAll North 22 12" Jes ALS
Honorable H. 16 McDonald, County TOFA WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. to a degrees point ] Wel 47.1fet elusive of existing road right wa. Campville I per plat teef reorde of land for Barrow Pit Drain Road described as:

Judge of Alachua Count Florida for Creditors of the Estate of Pete and to all persons and parties having or of said Section o located bundlr. fet OWNED BY: GOERGE A BROWN and lic In Plat BO"A", pile ; and Pub lyin westerly of and within 20 feet o a Lying northerly of and within 40 feat *f

approval of laid and for an Dingle also known as Peter Dingle deceased claiming any righ. title. Interest estate East of the Northwest corner of wife. ANITA D. BROWN. SWVfc of the NW'/. East of State Road lne descrlb as follows: a haul road survey line said survey
order .f distribtio of residue of said are hereby notified and required mortgage Hen to or in the NE'4 of NE, said $ee 22; thence continue PARCEL 121 RIGHT OF WAY 200 Section Township South Range Bein. NE comer o Borrow Pit line being described as follows:
estate, fr discharge I executors to file any claims or demands which I parcels of land hereinafter delrib North degree 32 12" West That part o 22 East 3 17, I described abv run thenceNorth Begin at the Southwest corner of Bar.
will of Mrs. Villa Buns the following persons 2 The N'I NWU cf The NE'i of 22 degrees West 75 row Pit No
of they may have against said Estate, In an 100 feet to centerlme th Lying within 131 feet of the line 14 as described above, run
geceased the Office of the County Judge of Ala. unknown persons claiming by Containing 238 acres, more or less, exclusive the NWU, of State Road 200 of of State Road 200. Section survey said fet to the end of Borrow Pit Drain, thence North 15 degrees 09' 40" Wad

DATED this 14th day of July. 1964.1 chua County Florida in the Courthouse through or under known persons who of existing road right of way. Sefio Township 10 South, Range 2 line described as 26: Beginon Containing In the aggregate SIlO acres 100 feet run thence North 15 degrees
JAMES S. WCRSHOW, Executor at Gainesville Florida within six (6) are dead, or who art not known to b OWNED BY: STANLEY C. THOMAS andwife. East. survey the of the more or less exlueslve of existing read 13 40" West 1794J4 feet t* the end *f
WILLIAM M. PEPPER Executor' months from the date of the JULIA E. THOMAS. Lying within 141 feet of the survey line southwesterly eltenslo right of way. haul road, ALSO:
SECdT0ON'"V6060-7505 of 12 at
clende Southerly a
(3531) $:4, 11, firt publication of this Notice. Each | ALACHUA COUN. PARCEL 1121. RIGHT OF WAY ,of State Road 20 Section 26 lid point 2845 boundary feet Southwesterly sid of the OWNED BY: JOE G. FURNARI and A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Dram
7:21 1
claim or demand must b In writingand TY STATE ROAD JOO NAMES & ADDRESSES That part of: survey line decrib : Southwest thereof, thence North wife, MARCIA M. FURNARI. No. 1, tying easterly ef and within 21

must atat. the place residenceand The North 20 feet of the NWi of NEI, Commence at a o North boun 22 degrees corer" 727.60 feet,thence SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded In feet of e line described as follows
post office address of the Claim Betty Lou Dicksen East of Railroad of Secio 22 dar of Setio 22, Township 10 Sutll 2 Wet O. R. Book 273 page tIC In favor of Commence at the southwest corner *f
South 7 39 31" West 10 feet
ant and must be sworn to by the Claim 41 East 10th Street Township 10 South Range 2 Eat located 190.6 fet degrees 39"I William B. Moran, Trustee Borrow Pit No. 14 as described 'above.
thence North
ant. his agent or his attorney or It will Long Beach, California Lying within T2 feet of the construction of the Norhs corner 100 feet; run. 2 der.a 20 PARCEL 167.), 167.2, BORROW PIT run Thence North A <4ir**, (V W last
913 49 feet
become void according to law. SRD lit centerline of- State Road 200, secio E\I _NWI ef said Section 22; Wes 24' 04" West thene Norh 2 the de- BORROW PIT NO. 19 600 feet, run thence Sauth 15 4Jorea

DATED this 1st day rif August A.D. 26060, Sidceterlne being I tnence run soutn 22 degrees 32' 12" South res line of the 11.2 the NWV RIGHT OF STATION 10.5.3 (PART) 09 40" East 150 feat, run thence North
It64. Fern M. Di'kso follows Eat 100 feet; Thence South 17 degrees said Section 33 at o 49442 That lr of: 4 degrees 50 30" East 400 feet t* The

(Si QUEEN ESTER DINGLE 506 Franklin. Illinois St. Commence at a pint on the Elt 27 48" West )feet to the Point of Beginning o South line of a pint of fet the SW'/4 Sec. 17 Township t S-. Range Point of Beginning of said lint, run

PJOD Queen Ester Dingle. Administratrix Danvll. 1121 boundary of 2 Township of survey line; thence run 94W,of said 33 at.a point 22 E..east of S. A. L Railroad. thence North 4 degrees 50 2O' East
of Pete Dingle also known I Peter -I South Rang 22 located 123867 North 22 degrees 31' 12 West 573153 44.42 feet East Setio Southwest Commence on the north line of Sec. JO,I 100 feet t* the end *f Borrow Pit
Dingle. fet North of the Southeast boundary of feet. crossing the of cornrth.ref Township 9 South, Range 22 East at a Drain No. 1. ALSO:

'FAGAN. CROUCH ANDERSON Harold L Dicksonsill Seto 22; th.nt run North 20 said Section (South bndlr Section less exclusive point 11798 feet easterly from the Nor.west A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Drain
Attorneys It Law a N. Walnut' St. 4' West 160588 feet to the 15) to a 2 the North boundary of 4.f are. more of or corner of said Section 20, run No. 2 tying each side of and within It

212 Southeast First Street Danville SRD Illinois 132.1 beginning of cure, concave to the of pint, o Township 10 South OWNED BY: ARDIS I. TILLMAN way. i thnc South 2 degrees 2 01" East cat ef e lIne described as fellows:

Gainesville Florida I SOUlhweterl. with a radius of 233.8 Range 22 East located 11724 feet East SUBJECT TO: AGREEMENT HELD BY' feet, rn tenc 72 degrees Begin en the west line tf Borrow Pf!
Attorneys Administratrix and a cetral angle of 19 59" East to the Point No. 14 as described above at a Mint
Ilk.th. deree R. H.
of WEGHORST. fef
yslul ,Helen M. ckseri120'v the Northwest comer of said Section 2
$ o
Iadgd (3530) IC 11. II, 2'INVITTION 00 35 ; Northwesterly PARCEL Beginning ef Borrow Pit No.1', 100 ft N. 4 degree 5r 1ft" E. tress
149.1 RIGHT OF WAY
Walnut Street rn
N.
car said curve to end of curve; thence 1; ttht SW comer of Borrow Pit No.
value of our TO BIO Danville Illinois Iiog That part of; thence North 4 degrees 0 59" East 14.
U
Contact received In the SRD 3t degrees 28' 45" West 10.0 fet Containing 0.5 acrt more or less The of East of State Road feet, run thence degrees run thence N. 15 degrees 09 40* W.
Insurance wi OWNED N. NE1 NEI. 6
Sele and
13.1Janet to the Point of Beginning of cen wife 200 n.
to the
Robert Broward A.I A. I THOMS. Section 32, Township t Range 01" East feet run thence South end tf Barrow Pit Nt.
Arch MILDRED 20 .
said point the
being S
mt today! tect 11644 Stat Road 13. M. Dickson telne concave to the binning PARCEL M. RIGHT OF WAY East the NEU of the 4 degrees 0 59" West 1 feet, run 14. Drain No. 2..
Florida (mailing address: P. 0. Box 37, 617 N. Griffin Stret erly w cure> a r adiua of 22 l.SI Norhest.. That part of: NW14 'of NEU East ef tate B an 200.Section thence 15 degrees 01" Wes elusive Containing 14 680 acres more tr less t*

Manlrln. Florida) until 4:50: r./rt. Danville. a central angle of 16 degrees 33": Tommenc where E line of Hlway Intersects 2. Township Sh. Range 2 4S9 feel run thence Harts 4 4ere OWNED of existing read r-w

117 N.E. E.S.T. Thurday. Aygust 20, 1964 for I SRD mi thence Northwesterly 477.47 5'along I S line of N 1-3 of NW'.I of SWU East SW of $E\ In SEU oSWA I 59" East Ito fet to the Pollt o Beginning wife GRACE BY: ALLEN SURRCNCYJ SURKENCY H. M. IUH-aid

the construction of Group Camp Cabinsat said curve to end of curve; thence North of Sec. lIH E 350 parallel East of State Road Z. Section o Borrow Pit No 19, RENCY and wife. HAZEL SURRINCY.
aieno Stat Park between Ocala and John L Dlekson 2 degrees 3T 12" West .2 feet to'to Hiway 800 ft. W 350 ?t. SE along 20, Township 9 S 2 East; Cot.lnln 1.53 acres mre o less ex PARCEL 175.1. BORROW PIT

16th Ave. High, Springs Florida; State Prelect No. 301 Ridgevlew Road a point the North bnd.r of said, Hiway too ft. to p-b; Goveret Lots 3 A 5, a, and East of existing road right of way BORROW PIT DRAIN FOR SORROW

2 2I. Dlnvi., Illinois Section o, located 192.07 fet East of Lying within 141 feet of the survey line State Road 2. Sio II Township ALSO: PIT NO 12, RIGHT O* STATION 737-
PhoneFRankln Plall specifications may be picked i SRD 132.1 the NW corner of The NWU I of State Read 200, Section 26 said 9 South Range 2 Elt, BORROW PIT NO. 19 and HAUL ROAD 07.45 (PART)
4 up at th* office of th* Architect upon I of said Section 22; thence continue North survey line being described : Lying within fet o the survey ln RIGHT OF STATION 1024 .3 (PART) That part ef:

.. payment of a ten dollar (loO) deposit Margaret C. Dicks 22 degrees 3T 12" West 100 feet to the I Begin the West line said of State Road 200. Sei 26060-2505 That of: SWVi of NEU
Jr
o Seti except North JOO feet tf
1 ,for each complete' set o cotrc documents. 301 Rldgeview! Ro.c end of said centerline; 10 at point 24.9 o South te survey line I followsBegin N't NWo Section 30. Ton"p'Sh west 500 feet of l-vu tf HIM tf Section
Deposit checks made Danville, Northwest the East line of Section 32 at a East east
s.1 b 0 58 acre, more or ex thence Range S.AL ii.
Cotainin I. corr teref. Su o 2 o Township 10 South Jtangt 22 Casf
,
2-0444 ou to Robert C Architec.Ile SRD 132.1 existing road right I 22 degrees 32 12" 37.2 fe point 29835 feet South o the Northeastcorner ., follows: described as:
snail be acompall OWNED BY: CHESTER W. HUTCHINS I the South line of said a thence 22 degrees Commence on the north line
I Seio tere. No o SeIo Lying w *trty of and wtthlng M feet
fuarlt.tf tht rst amount tUI Ivl Par which cent 241 Robert East E. Dick and wife, RUBY HUTCHINS. point )7.49 feet East D t. Iuetcomer 24 Wes feet to!2Q Township C South, Range 2 Eat of a line described as follows:
Pc
o b. 10h PARCEL 113.1, RIGHT OF WAY: the line said Section 32 point 11791 fet easterly fro the Commence
tere tn The north line f Section
Shan a* certified chock Long CaliforniaSRD I *
o Io That part of: acres more or less, exclusive ( NO' of Section 29) at a Northwest comer o si 2 run 15. Township It South, Rang 22 Cast ata
Ralph
Turlington check ) payable th* Owner. ABid 132 IVara : 01" 9J
thence S. *
1 I Tie South 261 feet of the SWli of The of existing read right o way. point West of the Northeastcomer 2 dr. point 1172.4t feet easterly tram the
13.10
Band will lie) b* acceptable. IT 59"
degrees
/ Easterly of SAL Railroad ef Section OWNED BY: WILLIAM B. and tttenee continue fo run te Northwest if UV
corner aeld Section
WATO Nor 2 run
Th Florid Park Service reserves The Dicks 15, Township 10 South. Range wife MARGARET D. the Point ef Beginning'
f K1012 WATSN. degree West feet 7.6 f. o
1J11 Street 21 24 t Thence South n degrees 3T 1T't last
0 "
to all
r.le any bids to McKlnle. East PARCEL 1362 OF WAY No. 1*, run thence N.
In In (South
Danville & lo 41094 ft, run thence North 17 degrees
STATE FARMF1 accept In t best tf SRD 132.1 Illinois Lying within 141 feet of the survey line That part of Nor o at a point 2 feet East degrees 03* ,, E. 6 ft., run 28 43" East 944.35 feet run thnc

nrta-alCataastrCoaspav the State of Flrida. o State Road 200. Section 24040, said The SWU of NWU and the N 1-3 of o the Northwest corner 26 tee. 1t.lctinu tee S. 15 Cern 5* E. COf. North 1 degree 09 12" Wt 730.34 feet
SERVICE
survey line described follows: the NWU of SW. Section 10, o North 22 degrees run thence degrees or 59"
Wilbur J. Dickson bin I Tonsip run thence Norm 87 41' 48"
MOSM 24 degrees
tmm Utatjiactt BY N. E. JR. W'
*Hast* : MILLER Commence point on the I 10 South Range East, East 700 85
DIRECTOR 1311 McKinley Street I Nor 2 o exiting thence North 2 2 gt. degrees East 471J7 feet, run thane South 1 degree
(35181 Danville _Illinois_' boundary of Section .22,. Township I __ State Read LESS a described West 219402 feet t Nor I 56* 01* W. 4rne N. 4 degrees 21 12* East 453 feet run .thence

1:4 1 I SKU itt :um Range zz easT, ncairo JY6 .flo Commence where I line said Section 2 ( 0 J" 10f. the Point of North II degrees 31 48" East 3U Hat
o o
fet of the Northwest comer of lIne ef S line N East NO.1', ALSO:
Inters at a feet Beinin to.The Point ef Beginning of /tarre*
Jean Hue tthe NEU of the NWU of said Sec o NWU of ... S 1-102 o E 3 Sei 17 pin 17.9 thence o o o lan for Borrow Pit Haul Pit Drain, run Thence South 1 degree 21'iT'

2027 Nor M ti 22; thence run South 22 degrees f NW parallel to 800 f. W 3 t Nowft 22 corr tre 01" West Road d srl East 100 feet tt The end tf Bar

Lake Fortt, Illinois 12" Eat 10 feet.thence St 47 f. SE along Hiway 800 ft. to p 26140 Norh the East line said Sec Lyin each side of an witi 2 feet O row Pit Drain,
degrees West 10 feet Lying within 141 feet of The line fe' t o
road
Us 2 27 t
SlD 161 4" IUre II, at point North ln CtCrltt Containing 0-614 acre more ef Uif
Pint of BeiMln of said sure : of State Roa 200 Section said tl 24 o Begin on the west 1M o Pit OWNED BY: OWENSILLINOISCLASS
The Theodore D. Hazes rn No 22 3 12" survey ln desrib as follows: Beginon t Ses corner tre tee No. 19 I described at a pin COMPANY. C

key to a 2027 Norwood Road Wet 5731.53. crossing th Nor The Sh SeIo 10 at apoint tinu N 2 2 wet 100 ft. 4 dre O$E. "o I
said ( East North of Gov
boundary SW .
Lake Forest. Illinois o Slo 2 S fe o t Set 3UG.1 t t Ila corner o Ild Pi TAKE
NOTICE that declaration
Section a corner Lot Section II. Township a
SRD 124.1 run 72 W.
pint o thee Nor degrees
bar 1) ere
o 2
deres o
"ec of Taking has been filed to The t *vt-
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boundary of 32 12" West Range East, at a point
tl Norh m. t eat S the end Haul Road
carefree vacation I Bern Keel 10 Sut Range 2 East located line ef a t 41 fe West the Northeast comer 67.4 f. t o Ire styled cause, by the Petitioners the e+-
1 810 N. Street 1172.4 of Northwestcorner feet North from the Southeast corner' o ln 4ulrlng authority of these proceeding if
in the 7181
Danville.JaCkS ef said Section 15; thence continue 22 degrees 17.25 Containing aggregate acres the taking tf the above-described lands,
I tlnis tre Nor Containing acres, more or less exclusive road
leu more er existing
SRD '31 Containing 0.75 acre more or less. : West "S. 3 No OWNED BY: OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS rloht ef o _for She purpo tt forth M The PetitIon
way.
OWNED BY: A O. THOMAS and wife. degrees 31' 4 West 131 t t COMPANY. OWNED BY: FLORIDA TRACTOR M this caus*. viz.: As right of way far
HATTIE the North line a portion ef State Road 200 In Alechua
Springer Keel THOMS
M WAY
tel M o Hi PARCEL 150.1 1SOJ RIGHT OF EQUIPMENT COMPANY: JULINGTON
JackS Street PARCEL 141 OF WAY point 149.89 feet the NorTheastcorner That DEVELOPMENT COMPANY IRBYS. County, Florida and that tIne Honorable
part o pr o INC George L. Patten en* tf The Judges tfth
Danville
Ilila Tat o tre The SEtt and S\* of NEU. East EXLEY and W.
SRD SWU the SE' East o the SAL acre, more or less. ef State Road 29. Township' wi Circuit Court hi The Eighth Judicial
131 EXLEY.
.e. IF Tmelo Railroad. Less the South 261 there OWNED BY S. H. BAYLOR and wife. South Range 2 Si, TO MORTGAGE Circuit ef Florida, will tn the 4ftH day
Pete Masearl of, of Section 15. Township ; South.I RITA B. BAYLOR. Lying within line SUBJECT : rerde I of August A. O. 1944 at 11:45 t min .
131 feet of the survey Mortgage Bock 336. page 1,
rrtlaxinc, rewarding vaetiwjMnMd 704 May Street Range 22 East. I SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE In State Section said I o The Alachua County Courthou at
T Lying within 141 feet R. Book r o Roe 2 2. Traveler Insurance Company. Gainesville, Florida, consider saif.Dtc ,
Danville' Illinois o t sure li O. 43. page 26 flv ofTheodort : DRAINAGE EASEMENT *
I yours tor ties SRD 132.1 r o State Road 200 D. Hazen .n Ie J.a M. sure ln bIn dib said survey 'BORROW 11.NO. II and HAUL ROAD leration tf Taking appoint aoprs'Isers.and .
.w survey line being described I follows: Hazen. make such Order at the Court

HFC T Hxn will pro,icW Per Lan Mlsar Commence at a pInt o the No boun PARCEL 17.1. 127.2 RIGHT OF WAY I line East described Ine of a follows: 32 Begin at I o the That RIGHT OF of STATION: n-1U' deems proper. Art parties tt the suit and
of Section Sl pint lr all parties Interested and he
May dar 2 S That part may appear
291.35 feet South Northeast NWU .
!
29
Strt NEU Section
,wy casts Danville 2 East, 190060 fet Stt o NEU, ,. Township o heard at tn* time and placa design*!**.
.. net thereof thence North 22 24
M tt ilii Ti Si f South, TolPj
IL Range
of the N dr E.s. You and each tf ,
2 You
Range 22 E are nry
SRD wsa __ 315.45 feet to the line
eltrthinf and cash 131 NWU of thence S. 0 Wet N follows: commanded to ay **t AA-
eulpmnt-n a ft>rmmptxtad os: : and 'of the Section 32 (South line appear tHIrtf
r Virginia South 22 Els 100 survey lin* O .w* Section o Hi o Si ComtTencf on the south line ef t NWtt awe ta the Petition heretofore flied U

toptraa)*. Vacation without money 504 McCary. thence South are V A Wet said survey o as fol 29) a I point Ic f o NEU o Section 29 Township South, this cause in The entitled Court tn tr
10 feet to the said U lin crib Na' comer continue Ran East at a point 74134 feet before tine 2nd ovy of Tteribw, A. D.

-fly mid rapay tatiniaiaiHty whan yau return.rav Danville SRD, 132.1 Illinois lure. line; thence run North 22 degrees ls Begin 10 at o a point 1172.4 o East said 2 degrees 24 04* West 57. from t Southeast comer o the 964, tt show what n !tif ,..)*, Interest
12" West 5731.53 feet, crossing the Sei Southwest f to t North line of said Si NWU o NE said Section 2 runthence or llent you, tr any tf you. tiavt in

tanHdaiitb a HFC-HSUMSI.Id Flnanea. Allen 0. Moore North boundary o si Si 2(S o t 22 degrees cr t. Thence 3237.23 2 ii ef Section 20) at No 22 degrees 24 West and tt the abovt-oescrlbed lends an*

1837 Alpha Road bar of 1) on Nor the East 3 ef Section at. 2 o the Northwest corner tM fe. run thence South I degrees snow cause why the same should Mt.awaken

Glandai t. California boundary o Sec. 15. Township 3074-41 fMt North from ; 6MS6 feet t t. Point o for tht VMS and purposes set
the
Borrow up t$630. Tako up t 2 montl t repay SRD 132.1 10 St Range % East, lte pomt thereof continue S Containing 7.24 acres m less. Beginning ef Borrow ,I Ne 18, forth hi fits Petition filed hareiiw

una fet Ea of tt c. el comer 12* t.? feet, N OWED BY: JOE and thence South 4 degrees 0 56" West J WITNESS my Hand and th* SM W
said 15; 2 dt 3 Wet t M. teet thence South degrees said Court sans ,
os A. O. Thomas I o S FURNRI n tn this day tf-Jvfy
A. 1. 2 .we SUBJECT TO In 04*
P 1504 Fall-mount Call ars exclusive IX Cr. 13 : rd 400 feet run thenc North 4 AD.1064.
Philadelphia Aye right way. o f t lIne o $ O. R. B 273 poe 119.' fa efWilliam degrees 02 54" East 500 feet run thence J. B. CARMICHAEL "

SRD 11X1 Ptnruylveme OWNED BY: ROXIE BRISTOW H f. a point 19' West o TheNortheast Ml. as Trutta N I dr 5T 04'S West 400 feet Clerk tf tht Circuit Cvrt.
HOUSEHOLD BRISTOW and wife, MARTHA te PARCEL OF WAY Beginning Borrow In
Containing 147 tr less, 11 t Poit o and for Alecnua County. ,
part Pit .
ae me
.
TOW S. D. BRISTOW
Hattie M. Thomas ; and RUBYBRISTOW Tt o Florida.
wi OWNED BY: WHITT1NG--
1504 Falrmount Avenue ; F. T. BRISTOW wife. TON and wife, GERTRUDE WHITTING- T NW t SE14 East o Stat Road A By: Emily Wetertttust

o Philadelphia Pennsylvania ERNESTINE BRISTOW: OLA ME TON. 2 Section 2 Township f pre o land for borrow ,i Haul Deputy Clark
SRO 113.1SECTION DUGGER GUY 2 Ea. I (SEAL *'
: SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE
I husbn : recorded I I 131 feet of the survey Lyi southerly ef and within 40 feet WAYNE M. CARLISLE -
W. RUBY
107 University Aye., 2nd Floor 26060-25C5, ALACHUA COUNTY CAIN: CHLOE al husbn JAn Mortgage Book 3 page 301 I f.o of State Road 208 Section i road survey line described o County Attorney

PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 STATE ROAD 200, DESCRIPTIONS. ROBERT ROSIER. .n hvsb of Equitable Lie Asrne Sk. said survey line described as : ., follows* P. O. Box 44
PARCEL PARCEL 121 BPl o me South line ef said Si Begin at Northwest corner of Barrow Gainesville, Florida
106 PARCEL RIGHT OF WAY part point feet West t
11.1 Pit .
RIGHT Tt o 141 t as described above, run AMOS HUDSON
WAY That HEM NEW Section 9. the HEM 1
Southeast
thence North
par thence North
Sa of Th o c 2 degrees ST 04" West Holland Building
Tht pr : NWU SEtS 13. Township SV NWU of SEW. and degrees West S597J3 feet 4U.U I
Sti feet
of o o SEt o 24 o end haul read Tallahassee. piericeOf <
land
".aiming desrb at SE follows: 10 Sh Ran. Els. :"SI o t S" SI 4 all I North o Hi Si 29 at a pIn survey tin*, o Counai for the Petitiantra. .
I iou. L feet .
>n ) 1 ., t survey G iTo I Ia a U4X5 feet .t Northwest Containing J acre .teta ix-, 3500) 7:21 It; 1.4 II







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r CH.600D f AtwAcs FEELSO S.L'I EVERC/NIGHT ITS THE HE WONT 6070 BiD1NtiL: [ NcC1) -

DEAR ABBY 6RIEr ...NOT SAME TNIN6.. GETS A HQRSfCK RIDE!
r.M. A6A1NJ! 1

What's your problem For a ,Ia- 2'71 'C' iJ u .7 1'

:. Extreme Modesty enl reply, writt to Abby. Box 3365.

Bavarly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and
< '
include a stlf-addrested stamped envelope r

i. Abigail Van Buren Abby l l answers a'l I m.il. .

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person should wait after the death of her husband (whom oN DA? DEARGet rid ofM t. c o r

loved dearly) before calling a gentlemen friend who 4JE NEECS those pests/: t O ME, : I
her to ring him up as soon as she felt like it. Jr Dr
PROPER IN PENSACOLA .-
ting
DEAR PROPER: Just long enough so that she won't feel I

when she dials. IZ i I I
to
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DEAR ABBY: What do you do when another couple you < 8M :

the quite well call you up and say they "might" be over* 1'
they show up and sometimes they don't. There :

been times when we would have gone some place our- v J 4
for but we stayed home waiting for them. I :


DEAR D. and S.: Next time they call, tell them D.yon and want S. I :

know definitely if they plan to come because you "might

be home. I .
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KNOW WHAT 1lMFS (INFUNNEt A
DEAR ABBY: What do you think of the topless bathing I. MY DADBURN A THAT'S A SIGN OF A WAST/N! REUENOOERS!! .,

? DALE I IF NOSE HAS BEEN \ PAWSOMEBODY'SITCHIN1 JfVE :
ALt I COMIN TO pAY VE t
DEAR DALE: I think they're tops- for boys! Iipoo4 MORNIN.'MAW A A VISIT i

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ARE YOU SUGGESTING THE BUTAFTER COULD BE, YOU SEE, SECRETION FROM ...
PRINTS ON THIS BOTTLE ARE| 'D ? LIZZ. THE FINGERS ACTUALLY
I.. NOW,yOU WANT AN THE SAME AS THE PRINT f > ETCHES ITS WAY INTO ..
l ENLARGEMENT OF THE ONTHE BABY FOOD BUT
CLASS OVER THE YEARS
PRINTS ON THIS
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i WEDNESDAY Consequences WHISKEY BOTTLE? 46 LEAVING INDESTRUCTIBLE
I YES. ,
I O Search for Tomorrow t, T YEARS? FINGERPRINTS.
and Afternoon
Morning
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O Summer Semester O Midday M 'iV
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: O Religions of Man t. 1
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: G3 (Color) Living Words 1:15 O Focus 2

: O Pastor's Study 1:30 Q O (Color) Let'sMake
< D (Color) Hi, Neighbor: a Deal .
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I Singer Harold Lloyd Jr. 2:00 Q CO Loretta Young
i: I(; O Local News, Weather O Password WHAT KIND OF *( WHAT ABOUT V THAT WAS A MISTAKE/rr UPSET BY IT*WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS?
I A TRICK ARE YOU THAT WEDDING WAS PLACED BY KATES THERE J5NT A WOMAN IN THIS CITY WHO
: O Ranger Hal 2:30 O CD Doctors Z INEVERTOLDYVUI PLAYING NOW ANNOUNCEMENT?; FATHER WHO WASNTRESPONSIBLE WOULDNT GIVE HER EYE TOOTH TO SAY THAT"
( ) : O Local News O House Party WAS GOING TO MARRY' REX MORGAN? / KATE WAS REX MORGAN WAS INTERESTED IN HER*
O KATE STANOLY. TERRIBLY UPSET BY IT/ LET ALONE HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT
: Captain Kangaroo 3:00 Q D Another World '
THAT HE INTENDED TOlMARRY.HER .
: O Divorce Court .
O To Tell the Truth /.
O Bachelor Father
3:25 O News
CD (Color) Romper Room .
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O Jack La Lanne Don't Say

: Q Make Room for O Edge of Night

DaddyO 4:00 Q Match Game

News O Secret Storm aa> I ,

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: O B (Color) Word for
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( Word O I Love Lucy O Magilla Gorilla THAT'S ODD- I ll I HATE I t WHO'LL HAVE I TJQ'Q' -
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: : O (D News Movie: TO DEARDAGWOOp ALONE FRICASSEE .
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: O CD (Color) Jeopardy nate turns over his business i ,

O Pete and Gladys I to his son and marries M 1 dEp Ict iC 1 .
: O CD (Color) Say When a stage star. Adolph

O Love of Life Gloria Swanson ..
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: : O D (Color) Truth or John Howard, Desi Arnaz. a u I



By Russell Baker
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t Y r 0 t WHAT A JUNGLE! I HAD A WHO CARtS? 1
? r BEWARE.OF BEAR LINE ON THE
w W6HT IKTOTHE DEEP-TANOED/vQtfKL/ A VIKfWILDWOODI1F TRAPS! BALL rr _'
YDU ASIC ME, SlI5PK10ii5 GIRL, DISAPPEAREDRIGHT "
r, THAT WAS AN IHTIN11OHAI. PAT!" SHAII h'E ABOUT j II
w 5UC LEE! GO LOOK, FOR. 1 HERE! s Jf
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the end of the line, the rea- that new labor saving machines A J

I I for travel. The means have '! have brought us to I
the end. a new "adventure in free
'
.. Outside it is hot, whenever it time" for which we are poorly

has not raining. It is necessary equipped. .
go out periodically. The air- "Leisure," he adds, "is not
Is
0 n d it Ion 1 n g affects the the inevitable result of spare

after awhile; one longs time, a holiday, weekend or
escape its damp vapors and vacation. It is, in the first

see' hum. Moreover, with place, a particular state or l ...AND '114:5: K THE GV1CE BOOK MEANWHILE...BACK TO THE WONDaRFL'L
ing i I car in the breezeway, the condition of mind and being (4 4i i; THe' COuPe SAYS IT,, ThE SUDAN WORLD OF DOOPLY XENSHOOS; ,..
more specifically and actively :Y C 'T k P C .r TU AT PaVl.lN ?. BUIL S urrasa
psychology compels receptive condition of the i AY MIND OY PINNY 'EELIG ITG A ALSPRJNT? I'D UKiT0 SHOW YTSHo M.IorlT
MY.r..i do
;
movement. -
PCTEeT WHAT I tAJHATMa-S G
( I whole I personality" ,__ 15 GC'MG TO ,
toI LISTENED TO AT ILL MAL, AtYtiG7fS
There places ,
.
are many '' The trouble here is that '.thepersonality" i F HAPPSNI --h / THc FAIR! 70PAVA.. Ta MY PARyfS
\' to. Some people drive in-
whole tends to get
the and look at alli-
swamps
overwhelmed by the fun and
The have
alligators a
;
comfort. A romp in the surf
influence. Most of
have been here longer may be good for it, but what ..
happens to it when it steps out
most of the citizenry, and
of the water and has to start
help offset the maddening
worrying about the automobile JJII
that the whole state
.traffic moving along the .,
built last week.
: :
beach?
i The motorist can also drive The time honored methodfor T. ,

I the beach. The surf is re whipping the whole person-

i the beach boys are ality into an actively receptive
'
''I' and it is exciting condition is to bring it out of > DONT trEED Q3VIOUSW TkE BEST t Y
I tching the airplanes skim the surf, rest it on an isolated SR, 2 TI I K Ah? D=AS ROOTS S Try' GSa NOW FOR ONE ofL
I waves dragging commer- dune, and let it wander idly I WE COULD ATTACK YOU AL GZAT T*= SWAMP AZEA /" MY ALTERNATE

: messages for cocktail through its own history. 1---, THE BLUE A2/AV LEADERS BURST Wc THEY : PLANS
OVER rria.., wrw E.OGH EK? CTLS l" r
LEAST
or seeing the surf toss Forcing it to dodge automobiles < r S
1i PLANS Cr
I garbage back onto the the beach won't do.
on i= Thcz, OY/VJ! ;
Putting it into its own car and I I
I At night people bet on the driving it back to its motel disrupts 'Irk I

races and jai alai and sit the whole process, especially l i
these motels feeling chilly, when that chilled air I.JEc _

television and peep- strikes the wet body. SAM., JI"
through the slats of the i *
Driving it into the swamps to.I 8-ti we.
i blinds. commune with alligators maybe "... i
I If all this is the American helpful, but not if it makes ,....

of the good life and the trip merely because the

success suggests that car and the motel are insistent.
t is the question is whether Betting on jal alai and dog: tUT HE HESITATED CVCZ ONE THC ONE IN CCE5TJON HAS A9ID
: life is GARY iDENf FY HTHE HE CLAIM 5 Of THE SHOTS. I HAP THE I IPEA LONO REOw cc AS5AUW;AlMED
good good enough.
races might conceivably help'N OF THE TvtJ 7WUG5 FROM THE NE DIDN'T THAT HE PIP RECOGNIZE ONE >:DB5ERY AND PETTY LARCENy..
I tourism is built on the too (though it seems doubtful) I r MG SFCT5, UEUTEt.NT= TU 'GE! Of THE MEN.-CUT VM3CLPNT COMV1CTEP TWICE H5 NAME
that what we want to do but they are certainly uselessif ADMIT /IT. 19 FZAMOE PALAVER! (
'i .l1
our leisure time is to in- undertaken only because
it entirely In Mlishing the they are an advertised part of! f ...f. .,. I tIKJK

moment. Its goal is the total fun. I I
rkriin
fun in total comfort. But this seems unappreciative ;. 1 1 /llv I A .
I There is a lot to be said for of Florida and it should i 1' .I \ I

and comfort but total not be. When all is said and ,. tot ._r_ OSPITt'1'

i and total comfort wind up done, it is fun here sitting in:

: being total bores and in the the air conditioning, itching I

: pleasue is lost. Writing to get out among the alligators.I

i the bulletin of the New York Let us peep through the slatsof I V f" ?ONE
I of Medicine, Alexand- the Venetian blinds and see I : _"
I Reid Martin recently stated bow hot it looks out there.
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ET BRIGHTEST

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH _



SPOT IN TOWN"Why Social Security Changes I I




are you putting those band aids on?" .

w "Will you paint it yellow and red like my blouse?" By Sylvia Porter I

These were typical questions coming from a group of curious

; ; ? moppets gathered around volunteer workers who '

? '1I _____ 1 : showed up to paint the playground equipment at Kirby- Today, 7 million workers, of the first $4,800 you earn to Far more important: Hh e"Social

'i Smith Elementary School recently.Dr. ranging from professional scientists -today's 5.4 per cent-and as-' Security benefits to which

Roy E. Leilich, University of Florida instructor in recreation to farmers, are paying suming the amendments be- you would be entitled in the

self-employed Social Security come law, your rate will jump future would be sharply increased
had a few questions of his own when he led a group
L' of volunteer students from the College of Physical Educa- taxesnearly one in 10 of the to 5.7 per cent in 1965 and con-' under the 1964 amend-

tion and Health to the playgrounds. entire work force covered by tinue rising until it reaches 7.2 ments. .

-- '- : "Is there any rule that says playground equipment should the Social Security System. per cent in 1971. Your monthly benefits wouldbe
.
__ S be painted drab colors?" a student inquired. This group, as a whole, wouldbe What's more, the new raised across-the-board. bya

_______ "What's wrong with painting it real loud so the kids will hit hardest by the S 0 cia 1 rates would apply to an in- flat 5 per cent. _

see it from a distance?" another asked. Security tax increases providedin creased "earnings base" of $5- They would b* further

i : With the sky the limit in the idea session its no accident the amendments now before 400-against today's $4,800. The increased by the fact that the t

: that Kirby Smith wound up with the flashiest set of play- Congress and slated for passagesoon. earnings base is the maxi! mum earnings base on which your i

ground equipment in this area. They would also, of course amount on which taxes and ben benefits are calculated would braised

Real Swinging JobEven Leilich and his volunteers, delayed by rains that kept the be eligible for significant hikes efits are calculated.If from $4,800 ta $5,400.If I

paint sticky and made striping difficult, finally put the fin- in benefits.As you now earn $5,400 or you are to retire soon, your

while volunteer workers were putting the finishing touches on the ishing touches on the summer long project last week. a self-employed person, more, here is what you would I total benefits could be .increased -

candy striped playground equipment at Kirby Smith school this group of The paint job was a cooperative project between Leilich you already pay a Social Secure pay under the next tax rates as 10 per cent by these two provisions I

youngsters were giving the swings a try. At right is Dr. Roy Leilich who and his class of 27 UF students, the Kirby Smith PTA ity tax rate one and one halftimes compared with what you pay in the legislation.A .

supervised the job. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) and the Gainesville Recreation Department. the amount an employe now. significant segment of our

I Eight sets of equipment and one refuse barrel now brighten pays and three fourths of the Year Law Now New Law self-employed-many pf the 1.7

Bryant's Legal Aide Resigns I, up the playground on the East University Avenue school. combined employe-employer tax 1965 $259.20 $307.80 million selfemployedfarmen
'Cousin
Lyndon'Doesn't i "Our school is the oldest in the county," said Kirby-Smith rate 1966-67 297.60 324.00 now reporting under the Social

TALLAHASSEE (AP) The tow next month. He is WilliamA. Principal C. E. Combs, surveying the job, "but you'd never Just since 1960 your tax rate 1968-70 331.20 367.20 Security System-would be eligible -

I legal assistant to Gov. Farris I Norris Jr., 30, a native of Write know it from looking at, our playground." has climbed from 4.5 per cent 1971 331.20 388.80 for immediate benefit rais

Bryant resigned Monday to en- Bartow and a University of I
If now earn between $4,-
you es.Under
ter private law practice in Bar-,Florida Law graduate.A the amendments farmers -
So Much Now 800 and tax hike
$5,400, your
would be less. At the level would be permitted to report -
$5,000 J1
I SEE either the standard

dent HONOLULU Johnson's (letter AP) -- writing Presi- by I II crease,$25.80.for next instance year, jour would tax amountto in- if their$5,400 gross earnings on earnings new base are, $2-or,


habits have been curtailed since 400 or more, on a new profit
Financing Plan for Every Need If you now earn less than ceiling of These
he took the nation's top office. $1,600. figures
$4,800, the increase in your tax with
.the SUN compare today's $4,800
Charles J. Jones, 32, of Left would be insignificant. For 1965 earnings base and today' profit
'
Hand Canyon, Boulder, Colo., a I :you would pay an extra $14.40. ceiling of $1,200. ;

student member of the fourth OJ Let's assume you're As an illustration of what tklf

East-West Philosophers' Conference ALACHUA GENERAL Mrs. Leon J. Lee, 917 NW 41st Johnny, C. Moneel. 2960 SE 18th Ave.. ployed, earn $5,400, selfem'l could mean, a farmer who today
speeding $10. Allan B. Kavalich 1105
at the University of Hawaii HOSPITAL Ave., a boy. NW 6th St.. parked in truck loading and two children and earns $2,400 but .nets less
zone $5. Yoneo Sagawa 4105 NW 13th standard deduction. Your 1965
said he is a "first cousin August 6, 1964BIRTHS ADiMTITED St., disobeying turn signals, $10. OrionL. than $1,200 is .ertitIe.4 to a
David Kenneth Turner, Beverly Cauttien, Rt 1. speeding, $10. MargotA. Social Security tax hike would monthly Social Securitybenefit
once removed" of the Presi- Tanner. Jennings Hall. parked in
G. Richardson, Mary Ellen truck loading zone $5. Don L Powell, amount to $48.60. of only $59.
dent. Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Jones
11' NE 2nd Ave. making prohibited left
Hilley, Mrs. Margaret S. Laes- turn. $20.Richard There's no denying that this The new provisionswould
2024 NW 33rd Ave., a boy; Mr.
"His mother and my grand- and Mrs. Jerome Kresse, 279-5 sle, Gordon Padgett, MargueriteR. muffler B. Brooker, $15. Timothy 1235 SE A.22nd Thompson Ave., would eat into the $138 a year I make this same Tanner eligiblefor

father were brother and sister," Corry Village, a boy; Mr. and Lee, Anne E. White- noisy, 10:2 NW 3rd Ave., careless driving you're gaining from the federal I a monthly benefit of $70 -

Jones said. Mrs. Joe Minchew, Cross City head, Harriet H. Lieberman, $25.40 Ter.Judith. failure A. Sugalski to yield 619 right NW income tax reductions $97 i and with the flat 5 per cent

AFS boy. Jeanett W. McKay, all of of way $25 Zachary C. SuddathJr starting in 1964 and $41 more 1 increase, his new maximum

Jones said the President Gainesville; Mrs. Berleta F. $25., Elaine 1511 NW M.4th McManus Ave. ,careless Hawthorne driving starting in 1965. Obviously -monthly benefit would.become
ran
writes him about once a month. ADMITTED Walck, Cross City; Elizabeth M. red light. $10. James E. Jackson. Fletcher though, you still would be. $73.50. r
Mrs. Josie Jones Hall ran red light $10. G.
"While he vice George Stanley
was president, Ramsey Micanopy Barbara J. to Tomorrow: New Beneficiaries
; Deever 717 SE 5th Ave. speeding $10 way ahead-$89.40 a year
jj I used to get letters a couple of Deen, Wesley Deen, John Hogan Durden, Archer; Mrs. Fern B. Linda J. Cowart 3001 SE Hawthorne be precise. of the Sjstem.Poses.
Mrs. Essie McCollough, Rd., speeding $]0. Coye K. Birdsong, 3006
pages long. He still writes regularly Needham, Micanopy, Fla.; Di- NW 13th St., failure to yield right ol
but just enough to say Dennis Anson, Mrs. Roberta ane C. Tison, Melrose; Noel F. way $50. no valid driven license $20

hello, now," Jones said. Henderson, Mrs. Claire Noegel, Megahee, Alachua; Norma T. William no head R.or Mason tail lights, 405 $10.NE 5th David Ave.L ActionAgainst

Mrs. Alma Quinn, Mrs. Blanche Lake Butler Fla. Alex Herlong Leesburg improper passing. $10. Sheriff
Ryan ;
George A. Belcher, 3620 SW Archer
Douglad, Mrs. Joan Kresse, Hayes Sr., Winsor, Fla.; BettyC. Rd.. careless driving. $25. Fred J. Bat
"3 STOOGES"On Mrs. le, 907 SE 7th St., ran red .
Joyce McCallum Felix light, $10
His
Meets
Archer Ola Bell
Simmons, ; Lawrence J. Blackwood Ft. Lauderdale Rise
The R.C.
Legasse. Mrs. Ruby Wade, Wilson Fia. ran red light $50. Ronnie P. Durrance.
Show Thurs. Carolyn Griffin, Mrs. Laverne Micanopy, Rt. 3. following too closely $30.
DISCHARGEDJohn Leroy Fuller 1103 NE 1st St., ran red Hardest Case
I Mainor, Michelle Maignot, all of J. Crumptin, Mildred' light $10., Walter I. Gaylord Jr.. Jacksonville In Crime :Rate
ran red light $10. Carey F.
Gainesville
Walter
; Long, Ar- Jane Lovell, Quinton E. Daugh- Goddard 2013 NW 7th St. ran red light.
LEA Minn. AP)
ALBERT ( -
,
cher; Natalye Smith, Alachua; $10. Woodrow Jones 665 NE 17th St.,
I Strickland try, Jerlene Gainey, Blanche M. failure to yield right of way. $25. After five months, Sheriff Ever- TALLAHASSEE (AP)
Mary Trenton; Eunice L. Lee Yarnell Roland S. Morgan 2911 SE ,
19th Ave.
Forden, Williston Mrs Douglas, Mary Failure to yield right of way $25. Edna ette Stovern solved a $2,430 rob- -Alarmed at what he called
LAST 2 ; : Wilson, James W. Parker, Merle M. Roberts 3008 NE 11th Drive. ran stop mounting crime rates that could
bery.
Mildred Lovell, Newberry; Bes- sign. $10. Larry J. Shely 2413 NE 5th
FUN FILLED Jones Park T. Jane W.
sie Tyre, Place cutting corners across private He arrested two young men- result in anarchy, Asst. Atty.
NEW ASSOCIATES DAYS! Kennedy; Micanopy; Mrs. McCallum, Carol W. Souther- property. $10 Reinhold M. Sommer Jr.,
Marcia Cowart, Nocatee; Hubert 233 SW 2nd Place Speeding. $10. Palmer I his son, Dallas, 19, and Carl R. Gen. Ralph Odum has called
I land, Barbara E. Shaw, JaniceP. Stuckey Jr, 1606 NE 5th Place speed for
Stewart Archer; Mattie Ing. $10.Leroy. Peterson 20. a program to improve: law
Berg, Mary P. Williams, Helen
( Vernon, Waldo; Mrs. Beulah Lundy 147 SW (th St.. driving'I Young Stovern and Peterson enforcement tecfiniques'and per-
FAMILY GROWTH D. Simpson, Wayne Udell, without tail lights $20. Henry F. Hollings-
t Barrs, Palatka. Wade H. Townsend, Frances W. worth, 2880 iE 15th Ave.. violation of pleaded guilty in District Court sonnel.

JOSHUAUpS \> DISCHARGED: Coleman, Marguerite Cassels, W.driver's Henry.license 730 NE restriction 3rd ,St..$20.ran Louise stop Monday to a charge of robbing Odum.said his program is the

FINANCING PLAN "'y.t""'. Mrs. Shirley Godwin and Deborah sIgn. $10. Tommy L Hankinson. 921 SE theater manager Kenneth Kees-
EnsignjPULeR\t1ti Ronald E. Harpetr, 5th Ave:, speeding, $15. product of discussions. with lair
.t4 daughter; Mrs. Minnie Bass Ann Pearson. Leonard Colson. J41 SW 7th Place ran ling at gunpoint last March 9. enforcement experts.
and son: Louise Bryant, Mar- I stop sign. $10. Clemons Booker Jack. Sheriff Stovern said he is trying -
sonville?
POLICE, FIRE REPORT no valid driver's license $20
provides money for 3 of the most ion Mikell, Josephine Dease,' Accident Roundup I $10.Harry E. Beckwith Micanopy, speeding, hard to think of it as "just Odum publicized his programin

important expenditures of John Woodward, Connie Crowe, Involved in accidents reported Ave.,Henry speeding N., Ahrens$10. Richard 1103 NW A. 11th Cox another case" but "this is awfully a civic speech Monday night.

American families young Thursday! I I Lyle Davenport, Minnie Brady, by the Gainesville Police Department -Jr.,moving 4028 NW lane 13th of traffic.Ave. opening$25. door infO hard on me and on Dal- His six point program called

"'''' I..Patricia Daugherty, Bonnie and Alachua County Eugene E. Mack. 815 NN 7th Place. las' mother, as parents." I for:

Medical home f II I'Jones, Dorothy Welch, Larry in the 24 careless nut 111. driving 18 NW '8m$50.Ave.Charles, S. Chest, The defendants have been released -'
furnishings home improvements I Sheriff's Office past speeding $30 -Regulation of ownership of
f. Watson, John Hogan, Georgeand Catherine Maxwell 1220 St 4th Ave, in $1,000 bail while
: t .
now you can meet all your family needs I It hours were: violation of driver's lieen;* restriction. pre-I firearms through registration
-all at once-with the Associates Family Wesley Deen.ALACHUA Kelly J. Hewett, 3160 NW 37th $20. Collie U Allen 80S NE 24th Ter.. sentence investigation is made. with both 'local and
speeding. $10. Tom Watson 107 SE 14th a agency
Growth Financing Plan. We'll combine all your t GENERAL St., and Robert C. Proctor in a Lane careless driving $25. by probation authorities. with a central state agency.

costs into one convenient monthly payment- August 7,1964BIRTHS parking lot at 7:58 p.m. yester Katherine S. Bills 1913 SW 14th Ter.
violation of truck ,
eliminate multiple interest charges. lie J. Alexander 1435 loading NE ion 4th Ave$5., Wil.violation IToday Such registration would Include

The Associates let you grow and build your m Mr. and Mrs. Javier Lescano, day.Robert L. Mitchell. 350 NE Palmer of 1246 truck NW loading ash Ave zone, drunk$5. Allena and InHistory serial number of the weapon

future now; you pay comfortably while your 228 C Flavet III, a girl; Mr. 20th Ter., and Johnnie G. Dasher disorderly.NW $30.. Mamie U Bryant, 1246 and a ballistics test of the bulletit
6th Ave. $25. Dennis A. Falgout
income grows. and Mrs. Larry Durden, Rt. 1, Rt. 3, at N. Main St. and 1621 NW 3rd Place ran red light $10. fires.A .

There are over 600 Associates offices coast-to- .Box 40, Archer, a boy; Mr. 6th Ave. at 2:15 p.m. yesterday. Kathleen N. Broadfoot 3815 NW 13th

coast.One is near you.Stop in,phone or write today. I and Mrs. Michael E. Hilley, 414 Sarah L. Goddard, Rt. 3, and St.Charlotte. failure E.to Neder.yield 3212 right NW of 14th way St..$25 following modern, comprehensivecrime

.l 'SW 2nd St., a girl; Mr. and Daniel J. Harper, 302 NE 25th 1004 NW too 14th close.Ave ,$25.drunk.Junius$40. E. Dovell. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS laboratory with facilities

,Mrs. Elbert N. Richardson, 201 St., at NE 8th Ave. and 2nd St. Danny K. Moore Callahan. doing busIness Today is Tuesday, Aug. 11, available to all public law enforcement -

A ASSOCIATESFINANCE Flavett III, a boy; Mr. and at 1:41 p.m. yesterday.DWI Hinton.without 3301 NW a permit.29th Ave.Vi.ran Charles stop sign M. the 224th day of 1964. There are agencies in the,state.

Avoid The S..e.... $10. William E. Williamson 107 NW
36th
.S
142 left in the
/AA\ INC. .e. ." Ter.. blocking traffic $7.50. William H. days year. -centralization of computersand
Rush II ........,..... Wesley Verlin Vanover, 60, Virgin, 223 SW 4th Ave.. driving. Today's highlight in history: data processing equipmentA
Tkkets Now Tampa, was arrested by Sheriff's while*. intoxicated $150 and driver On this date in 1918, Washington -:
t... rma license suspended three months centralized board f to set
On Sale __ Officers on S. R. 25 about announced
1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE...372-2551 At Box Office Loretta Cox 1302 NE 20th Place ran the organizationof standards, review pay scales,
red light. $25. Feliz D. Bush. 1128 SE
and
charged
9:15 yesterday United field
'. "" .. p.m 22nd Ave.. drunk. $30. Darlene J. Boy. the first States coordinate and -
*'.. ..' with driving while intoxicated.Fire ette 1001 NW 24th Ave.. petit larceny army in France. It was placed programs promote
.. ,J
I . Calls $100. scholarship loans for law
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 Vincent D. McGinnlss. 1316 NW 4th under the direct command of, enforcement officers.A .
This ALSO IN OCALA At 1:54 p.m. yesterday, tree Lane speeding $10. Elmer C. Swords. Gen. John J. Pershing. 1

Bag afire in the 1200 block of NW motor 2840 SE vehicle 21st Ave.while physical intoxicated possession$150.' On this date I committee of law enforce-

,.31st Ave. concealed:Elizabeth weapon R. Morris$50. James Rt 2. B.carrying Valentine In 1C62, the composer of "I ment agencies to submit legislation -

At 1:59 p.m. yesterday, dwell- Cross City parking in truck loading Love You Truly," Carrie Ja. to the Legislature for improving -
I DRIVE-IN THIATIE in the 1600 block of NW 18th tone 15. Lollie Bigham. 203 NE 11th
ing cobs Bond, was born.In .
St. discharging firearm In city limits. law enforcement.
2 Noa.. .11.Z FR Place. $100. drunk and disorderly. $30. 1902, Oliver Wendell
-COmmittees of law enforcement
ona Theodore Milliard 2048 NW 14th Ave.
I NOW! 2 COLOR HITS! ; At 2:01: p.m. yesterday, dwelling driving while Intoxicated $150 end I Holmes was appointed a justiceof officers In each cojinty to

OPEN 7:00 SEE BOTH at 2726 SW 3rd Place. drivers license suspended three months the Supreme Court.
Broward B. Williams 1019 NW 6th Ave., discuss problems with legislators -
SHOW AT DUSK LATE AS 'M MUNICIPAL COURT careless driving. $25. Nathlnel White. 804 I In 1928, Herbert Hoover accepted -
}
and civic leaders.
.
I August 4. If M NE 24th St., driving while intoxicated
FIRST AREA RUN
.. W. W. Hampte Presiding $150 plus driver's. license L suspended.three I,. the. Republican,. presidential -
$01)- ; I4IpmsN&A Signed written pleas of guilty: Wesl monms. ADOI J. jenums ;III nn mm nomination.In .
) UWRUIcE l ley U Souder 1230 SE Waldo R /At1 to yield right of way $25. John : Theodore Milliard 2048 1943, President Franklin D. Only
&- tiII LA Sims. 733 NW 4th St.. no light on bicycle 34th Ave. carrying concealed weapon, Roosevelt and British Prime
n pRODUCTiO S5. Betta V. Sehldon.: 1122 NE $100. John S. Putman Murphree Hall.
1st Ave.. parked In truck loading zone ran red light. $7.50 or three days. Glor. Minister Winston Churchill Was
Is U. Frank J. Ponzio, 3312 NW 13th Ave.,, il M Sanchez 316 C Flavet I. ran red SurprisedNASHVILLE
a "Badge93of ; careless driving. S25. ight $7.50 or three days. Betty U Os- opened their first Quebec con-
1207 NW 4th Place borne 2030 E. Univ. Ave., while
Bobbie L Jones driving ference.In .
Distiiz clion. (: parking with ft five feet of fire plug $7.50. wxociated. $150 or 60 days. driver's license Term. (AP) -
Donald L Evans 1002 NW 40th Ave.. ran suspended three months. Charles 1945, the Allies told Japanits Airman Joseph J. Root Jr. of
red light. 110. Robert R. Deiruer, t2t T. Blackwelder 204 NW 13th St.. speed-
\ NW 21st Ave.. speeding 10. rig, $10 or three days. surrender offer was satisfac- nearby Stewart Air Force Base
MOST OF the time car- John L. Cornell. 2419 SE13fh St.. overtime -
your James F. Pierce. 309 NE 9th St. failure
.
rier-boy looks end acts like ".. parking, $.5 on each of two charges. to report an accident. $25 or 10 days tory.Ten told police Monday it didn't surprise
Milton W. Banks. 52* SW 41 it SU one failure to leave identification upon striking years ago A squall him when the driver who
any other teen ager. But when way street violation $10. Sharon O. Allen an unattended vehicle. $35 or 10 sailboats
70 off
$TA. 24th Ave.. petit larceny capsized racing
\ 1001 N'tf days. gave him a ride Sunday night
he puts on his newspaper bag I DEBBIE HARVE I E. Miller Brunswick.
$100. RicharS J. James L. Ferinden 1829 NW 2nd Ave..: Marblehead, Mass., but a speed-
he becomes an alert responsible Ga- parking in truck loading zone. $5. jumped put 'pf the car and ran.
petit larceny. 10 days and $25 or 30 rescued all aboard
boat fleet the
PRESNEI1 205 E. Univ. Ave.
LIEYNOI.DS Kenneth G. Wiggins. .
businessman who days (10 days suspended) Fred f. Fer. Root recognized the driver.
young ran red light. $10. Amos L. Weaver Rt. inden, 243-D Fla. 3 petit larceny" 30 sailing craft.
performs a vital service to the EiCOLOl J. careless driving $25. Frank Washing days and $25 or M days (18 days sus- The man gave Root a ride a
ton. 1605 SE 14tt Ave.. passing within ..-cSecI 2.Bruce. ] Five years ago Queen
community as well as to the : 2ND COLOR HIT 9:30 intersection. 110. Darwin U Vannatta. 417 week earlier and robbed him of
NW Ter. red light. $25. Hinton 929 SW 3rd Ave. drunk. Elizabeth cancelled plans for a
36th ran
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newspaper. A newspaper route rank, $25 10 Lassie T. Freedman tour of West Africa followingthe
is one of the few opportunities. "FLAMING no driver's license. $20. Alice G. Smith. or days. -
600 HW'
block of 7th Ave. drunk
NW39th Ave. extension ran red light. announcement she was expecting -
in modern world wherea $25 or 10 days.
our
STAR" $10. William R Paglia. Rt. 2; speeding '
young man can earn a ; 110. Roosevelt Owens. 1411 NE lit Ave..i Wallace WiUiams 707 SE 9tti St. a child. i I
to drive. 120. drunk $25 or 18 days. Thomas W. Jones.
unlicensed
allowing person & TODAY
weekly profit take trips 933 NW 1st SU drunk and disorderly.- One year ago .. Rewards,I

win prizes gain valuable i un I r$40 or 20 days. .totalling $728,000 were offered i I
I Clifford Ray Cameron 542 NE 9th St.. of the bandit
business training and SUBURBIA LAST TIMES driving while intoxicated 10 days end for the capture FEATURES 1-3-5-7-9

develop poise. confidence and RIVE IN THE 4TRIinrrj I:''$150 or 50 days. drivers license to be 'gang; which staged the great
I ; BEYOND COMPARE
FUNNY
I,rnolled. Joseph L Walker 529 SW 3rd
initictive. .L '*' TONIGHTSHOW .Ave, petit larceny 15 days and $25 or British train robbery. !
If are between the 115 days drunk S25 or 10 days. -
you ages TIME 7:30DIRODEURutr i i Wetton J. Davis, 12 NW 3rd St. drunk. "MARGARET
of 12 and 16 and would like $25 or 18 days. Ernest Lee Davis 1430
!SE 4th St.. drunk. $25 or II days. RUTHERFORD IS '
more information on how you .Henry f. Bacon 2225 NW 8th Cl.. drunk. I II ElectricalHOME
can become a Sun Carrier Dots YOUR Son Htve Route .... I$30 or 12 days THE FUNNIEST
i ,
Forfeiture; Moses H. RuSts, Alachua
salesman call FR 28441. A GORDON SCotT parking out of assigned area. $15. Earl I WOMAN4.,
If him to for the next .
not .
apply .
urge HEATING
I'M. Williams 5320 NW 2nd Ave. speeding -
will
be happy to \ '
representative!
route open in your area-where be can TERRRs\I SIS. Larry G. WIlliAms. speeding AUYErU-- :
talk to you. anf $15. John T. Regan III. 19 SW 13th St.. S Residential S CommercialS : '
tun spare boors into earnings BDLIAtYtV I expired driver's bcerae $20. .
Industrial .tI E
LInda Sue Price Gainesville speedIng w AGATHA'
115. Hubert Stabtton. Miami U-turn.I CALL
) IS. Billy R. Rodgcrs 414 NW 9tti S* I II .'&.
MJ ? speeding $15. Jean M. Chalmers 1827 C. P. Dressier .
Rt.'S. m1. .KWt I NW 40th Ter. speeding $15. II. .Jtunser,8t -
Oiatntsuil1e iun Charges dismissed: Johnny C. Mc- "
( I Nee. 2960 SE 18th Ave. 'n* driver's i, Electrical Contractor
; OI license. Alfred Cason. 607 SE 8th -
0 : I
,- COLORS COPE I i,petit larceny. Zachary C. Suddath 1 Phone FR 6-6193
1518 NW 4th Ave.. no valid driver's
ThBOt St"I' .
-.ul&m' IA cense. David S. Terrell Jacksonville I 910 N.W. 4th St. .

I playing" driver's ficens W another. .

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Tuesday, August 11 1964 Gainesville Sun 15


., >#: ...... 17 Work Wanted Male! 35 Houses for Sola

;.,... -.
.,i. -. WANT-AD RATES CPA auditor bookkeeper, 20 yrs. FURN. 2 BR house with I living K 14 1M C 1H L'W' 'R
; < experience qualified business room- kltchert combination large
......... ... .. -- II L
"Z ,:; : -J machines. US reference also Fla. rm. carport util.\ rm. on 1

..! PH. 372.8441 well known firms In Havana I, acre of land. 1 mL from Magne- M1
:
t' J : ; dependable. Resident. Ph. 37- sis Springs. SMOO. Phone 481-2471.
.. 2307. ACROSS 32. Fr. friend
l' I ATTRACTIVE 2 BR. Fla. Rim tile
I for BOOKKEEPER. CPA. auditor 14 patio CB home N.W. S5890 per 1. Situations 33.Thumps TIAILBIU fv [ 1
yrs. experience. New York. Puerto mo. Furn. or unfurnished. 376-432 6. Bog 35. Young
Classified OnlyDEADLINES Rico firms, references furnished. or FR 2-M67.
l NOW English & Spanish spoken. 11. Click beetle doll

II Phone collect Oieda.Miami 1455 SW 448-US5.27th Ave.Alexander FOUR Oak BR.floors.2 bath completely all brick built-in-home. Mountain 37. Bombyx I8tAlRGIAVSIUIRIt.I$

Miami, Fla kitchen contains many other built. .crest 38. rtwborn'u. 1UIPHIAlY5IIlR

in features. cen. heating and air Pageant lamb

Tu... thru Frl. papers-5 pm. DIY before publication 18 Schools tr Instruction cond., 1480 sq. ft... Ig. finished Underneath Habituate ITjE.lMEPlAILIIlf1f(
For ads to 90 in Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. & garage, easily converted Into famIly IiTIE.IMDILIVIOftId.1
; 'IS For ads to go in Mon. paper-1 pjn. Si*. SHORTHAND TYPING room. $23,900 South Idyl- 16.Also 43.Fit for

: : =- CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING wild. Phone FR 4-4849. 17. Sufiix: of plowing AiTII

(Minimum ad Imei) I Secreterlal Courses Classes now 2 BR home on corner tot low down femininenouns Revolving
forming. Howell's Business Col ,0. fffig' payment SAO per mo. Located at

FAMILY RATES I lege. 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR- } 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy part SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

e-3507. Ridgell 372-4125. 19. Self Scot. 46. Cicada
THE 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c lint I ;
3 Insertions .............................................. JJc tine !II HIGH SCHOOL NEW 3 Be<:room CCB tile bath. 20. Amid 47.Judean city 4. Cr. long E 10. Chop
C Insertions 17c lint at home free booklet A" e lean carport and utility room. J9.0CO.
... II Insertion: : : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. lie Ilni: II School', P. O. Box 16M1, Jackson- S250 down. S45 month. Phone FR 22. Armpit 18. Roman emperors 5. Dregs 12. Retort city

Total I charge computed by multiplying! total line x rat earned Ii _vllle. Fla 32216. 1 -.. 23355 days. 24. Saying 6.Fairy queen 18. Compui

x number of Insertion MEN fc women It to 93 to train for 4 B R. 2 bath. CCB A-C. Ig. utJ. 27.Expunged DOWN 7.War god point

: CIVIL SERVICE & fam. near elem. schoolS 29.Twelves 1.
: TIME S Five letter words per line rm Onion 8.Set free 20. Span of
I Examinations. For Informationsend Boys' Club. J13.SOO. S450 dn., 31. Goddess of Wolfhound 9.Nut and
name address & Phone No. plus closing. 372-9714. yean

.- Same as 3 lines Key Training Service. 112 W. peace Carnellau fruit loaf 21.Football
8 Pt. Adams St... Jacksonville.
ordinary type FREDARNOLD field
: & IBM machines, 024-026 limited enrollment .
12 1 Pt.18Pr. Same at 3 lines Ii classes' now forming. rrrrrrrr: 10 23.Amer.

TO ordinary type Ei Howell's Business College 111 W. _ I'l'/. author

Same as 4 lines I Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. 17 IZ ;i-- 24. Ohio col

1 ordinary type Real Estate Exam legetowa
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:: t ATTEND COURSE First lesson tree. REALTORFINLEY i------ 2 IT 25.26.Masks AstronolMcal -

GET as S line I HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLL&wC I' 174t 18 I
24 Pt.Same; type COLLEGE.F p 6-3507 372-3727 21S W. Univ. Ave AREA % measurement


I Gracious three bedroom two bath 1l' lt1 1'l"' lZ Zs 28.Land measures -
28 Livestock & Supplies residence on a large beautifully // /. 'f I"hIf
:: : I shaded lot in exclusive Florida
THAT fiPt Same as 7 lines BOARD horses good pasture, ex- 726 Park. Large kitchen living room lS l6 i7 l 30. Rider Hag.
: *I I I. ordinary type ercise track. Taylor Ranch, Wil- and Florida room with fireplaceand
llston. Call FR 21439. landscaped patio. 529.000 with ff - JJl / - gardnovd ,

1 I WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a good terms. :: Si.Mountain

dairyman to show us a better r" rAWtA"VuJhEasy \ iaRuss.
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible tor more that! one E dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills LOW DOWNPAYMENTTwo )1',1. iT 'f /, range
Incorrect insertion nor will It be liable for any error in advertisement U pet. All Pulleted DraU! bedrooms with a fireplaceand I"h "// 'lZ Ih i
j BETTER to e greater extent than the cost of the space occupied large family room. You'll en- 36. I
: by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will Krunch.ton. Over FMX Gainesville 1500 Ibs. of PDN Ala joy the cool shade on this wooded '5 : ; '1 "" j, 9 Malay
or
be made on error that do not materially effect the value of chua.per Phone FR 2-1095 or 4 the advertisement. 2105. street. Ideal for retired couple. 41 4' 4f4i SS.Irory: Let.39.UkewLsa .
pick-up work elegant Call 3723522 for appointmentNOW.
The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ,.. FOR SALE large Mexican cow pony completed. Use string alone or Seller will pay loan costs.
letting any advertisement which it deems obiectional and to .. saddle for older children. $150. with metallic 4 40. Seines
woven thread.
; : CAR! chance; the classification of any advertisement from that or. Melrose. Phone GR 5-5043. Fashion news! Crochet lacy UNIVERSITY LOCATION : = : = : 41. One of
dered to conform to the Deltcy of the
paper. :I
Charming 2 bedroom home on paved 7--
FOR SALE four registered shorthorn lacket of 4V squares. 1 at a 47 7 David'srulers
Ii. .........-. ._._._ ..... .............,.............rn bulls 3 yrs. old. Will sell time; loin Into 3 flat pieces. Pat. street in pleasant residential I= 43
.......... ..
j r""T 'u__iIIIII/IJIIIII ..... all or Individually. Call "63285IIft section near U of F Campus. /. l//,
tern 551: sizes 32-34; 3438; 40-42;
.. II FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Male Help Wonted r 7 p.m. 44-44 included. screened Fireplace' porch.In living Many room.nice Large shade Par time 22 min. Af Newl'eote"et 8/U 42. Sea bird

,'';' t': SUPPLIES trees. Separate garage. 13500. 44.Jot
30 PETS &
Thirty-five cents in coins for this
COCKTAIL WAITRESS. over 21. MARRIED man age 25-iO for industrial
Apply In person to Thirsty Gator, Insurance debit guaranteed ARISTOCRAT OF DOGDOM. Wei- pattern pattern -for add Ist-class 15 cents mailing' for each and LIGHT AND COOLSoft
: 433 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 starting salary, colors and efficient
V.b.IN P.M. good opportunity maraner puppies. Make goed special handling. Send to Laura pastel central -
for right man. Call ]72> watchdogs, hunters or companions air conditioning make this
WAITRESS. experienced must be. 7167 for Interview. for children. 372-4459. Wheeler, Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft home a lay In hot weather. 3 35 Houses for Sol. 35 Houses for Sol
ever 21. Phone FR 2-4490 M.,. Dept., p. o. Box 141, old bedrooms 2 baths built-in kitchen
arcs' Restaurant, 2120 H I w- MARINE ENGINEERS Immediate 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Chelsea Station New York 11, N.Y. with
family room fireplace. HIGHLANDS 3 Br.. 2 bath quality By Owner 3 BR, Us b.thCCB
thorne Road. lobs on Navy Civil Service Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER,
All sliding glass doors
are built. 2 home. Assume
story Cent. mortgage. Low
manned steam or diesel MINIATURE black male Poodle. NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. masonry.
: NEED full time bookkeeper double oceangoing has been wormed and has had Thermopane Huge scree ned heat reasonable down payment. equity. $84 Mo.. Dead end St.
NORTH entry system. Good hourj permanent ships. Coast Guard license old affectionate. Call porch. No city taxes or sewerassessm.nt. Price $23.500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. 1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 2-3855.
shots 5
mo. NEW FOR 19451 200 designs
lob. Apply between S .. required. Write MSTS Brooklyn $32,000. Cor. Blvd. 3728245.CONVENIENT .
: I AJv2314 NE Itth Dr. so. N.Y. An Equal Opportunity FR 2.1371.EXCELLENT. more fashions to knit. crochet than 2103 NE 12th Ter. by owner, 3
Employer. black Cocker Spaniel everl Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery NORTHWEST LO- bedroom, 2 bath CCB-nous Den
WANTED saleslady must have |ew- female puppy. 7 months AKC dolls' clothes. Send 25 ARNOLDREALTY CATION on attractive 100 lot; 3 and family room carpeting and
airy store experience & referen- SEAMEN Immediate lobs for papers. Shots, bargain at S50. Pet cents for new Neediecraft Catalog. BR brick house with oak floors air conditioner extra Ir;. fenced
: ces. Steady position good salary. AB's firemen.water tenders oil- or showdog. 372-3077. cypress & mahogany trim asbestos yard, 3'i blks. from schools' ,
CENTRAL Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. ers and electricians on Navy VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT COMPANY shingle roof. Fla. rm.. store- $15.000 terms. Call FR e-7942 for
i DIVISION MANAGER Civil Service manned ocean going AMERICAN Shepherd and English PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt Multiple Listing Member room-shop dbl. carport; price under appointment
Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned Book. For beginners experts. Send 1219 West Univ. Ave. 3723522 $14,000 includes retrlg. new
Cort Cosmetics has opening for full- ships. Coast Guard papers wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. 50 cents nowl kitchen 3 Br.. 2 bath CCB. cent. heat and
,
Jane Caldwell Pete Sing range air conditioner. TV
,' time Manager In Alachua County. required. Write MSTS, Brooklyn air condo 100 x 160 Lot. 1900
Must be dependable, have car 50, N.Y. An Equal Opportunity PEDIGREED miniature poodle Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge antenna. Call agent at 374-4471 or sq. ft. paneled family room. fireplace
In Direct black female 4 mos. old Phone Bob Kaikman Charlie Mayo owner at 372-2763.
and phone, experienced cathedral
Shadow
: FLORIDA'SLARGEST Selling. Will train. Salary For Employer.WANTED 376-2714. 33 LOTS FOR SALE Jimmy Greene Walter E. stoddard FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer place, cathedral ceiling.ceiling. 3541 NW

Interview. write O. Cox P. O. : AKC reg. Chihuahua puppy, male, eauity In 3 BR, 2 bth, builtinkit. 34th PL $73,950. Owner! leaving
Box 7471, Orlando Fla. Give resume excellent line fawn color. 7 wks. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 PARRISHPRESENTS ., terrazzo floors cen. heat.Phone state 3729894.
of past experience. trailers. Large awnings. 3 large .
LIVE SNAKESReptile 376- E
I service.FR .
I old; also Chihuahua stud patios 3 septic tanks lots of ___ ___ REDFRANKS
I YOUR "ROAD I Importer In Southern California 26091. shade, good rental Income. Just

would like to hire personsIn FREE cute kittens. need good outside city limits. For sale. FR FORDYCEREAL REALESTATEMODERN
TO SUCCESS"Do or near Gainesville Fla. to capture **813.
local snakes lizards and amphibians home. Ph. 3768120.
you hove on AVON representative and send them to California ACRE lots for sole. CUSTOMBUILT home of
calling on you at importers expense. Will 7 weeks old female German Shepherd Phone) 327-4416 IMMEDIATE occupancy can be TOR the Frank Lloyd Wright school In
pay 35 cents-ft. for most snakes puppies. AKC registered. had on this pleasant bedroom picturesque natural' setting. 3SR.
regularly? If you don'tperhaps under 6' long and 50 cents-ft. for Wormed .. shots. J7S each. Phone 4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale. masonry home on nice, large lot 2 Bath sunken LR with
it is on open territory snakes over 6'. If interested. send FR e-4276 or see at 120 NE 17th Terms can be arranged. J. T. ,In Florida Park. Walking, distanceto BEAUTIFUL fireplace. DISTINCTIVE. Only I

I MARKETPLACE which could offer your name & address along witha Ave. Howze Rt. 4. Box 301 Caines- Gainesville High and J. J. landscaped Terrace.corner 3 bedrooms lot in Woodland 2- Jl.OCO Down plus c.c. t appx
list of the 5 most common species vllle. Ph. 3721090. Finley Schools. $135 per mo. Call BILL HARRIS'
you on excellent earning of snake In your area to E. 32 Mobile Home For Solo baths. Refrigerator range and 376-0817 or 376-2927.
N. W. 1 acre washer. Only 17500. Call For.
opportunity. Start now for Meyers. 353 W. Bennett Ave., S. W. 2 acre lots MASON MANOR. Neat bedroom, dyce 374-1234.
big Christmas profits. No Glendora Calif NORTHWEST Near new Elm. school choice home 2-bath home with central heating MAKE AN OFFER on this nearlynew
I sites N. W.MARY and air-conditioning. Lovely fence TILE FLOORSair 3 BR 2 bath home with Central
; experience necessary. Part 13-Help Male or Female TRAILER SALES MOELLER. REALTOR ed rear yard makes ideal play conditioning. Paneled heat & Aircondltlonlng' built.In .
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time. Write Avon. P. 0. 2702 Waldo Road N. EAt area for children. Convenient to living stove oven & dishwasher. Entrance
4 bedrooms, 2 baths screened
room -
1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 .
Palm Lane 376-0205 schools. LR.
foyer. Large
WANTED TTS Operator good working separate
Box 448. Gainesville. Fla. porch, large closets. Wooded -
conditions. good pay. Coo- NICE lot on good fishing lake *'90. DA Florida room with fire
lot in NW. $25.500. Call
or call FR 2-0421. tact Stafford Caldwell Gainesville FEDERAL QUALITY Terms $20 cash, $20 monthly.' Ph. BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 374-123 For- place. Nice lot In prestige neigh
Sun.ASSISTANT. HOMES INC. 325-7715 Paletka. bedroom 2-bath home with livIng dyce. borhood. Can be bought below replacement
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR room separate dining room cost with reasonable
up to SS per: hour demonstrating COOK Apply in person 25113 Walt Johnson Mgr. family room with fireplace love WALNUT down payment & assume existing
: FOR famous Studio Girt Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE ly modem built-in kitchen. Central paneling fireplace, walk-In closets. financing. Call MYRTLE LAS-
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. SW lit St., behind Sears. FOR RENT or sale 1962 New heat. 4 bedrooms 2 baths 1,900sq. SITER 376-0817 or 372-7943.
Phone 376-4336 after 6- Moon trailer 10 x 55, will take Alto lake front 5 rooms and ft. Large lot. 27000. Low
...... EXEC. SECRETARY; smaller trailer for equity and bath turn. Incl. elec. range GE PALM VIEW Estates. Attractive 4- down payment. Call Fordyce, 376- Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor
WANTED experienced Legal Secre- STENOGRAPHERS; take up payments. Phone FR refrigerator, oil heater good water bedroom, masonry home. Built. 1236. Myrtle Lastlter, AssociateW.
tary to begin work by August 21. KEY PUNCH OPERATOR; 2-1313. dock and boat shed. Large in kitchen units. Central heating E. Bill" Harris. Associate
: or earlier. Salary commensurate SECRETARIES I ; cleared lot. $10,400. Ph. 4481751.OVER and air-conditioning. Reasonab I e FURNISHED
with experience and ability. BOOKKEEPERS: SALE, 1963 New Moon 10x60. 3 financing. 3 bedroom home with many fea
NEW Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER; B R, front kitchen. living room 30 acres of lake front many tures. Located In a friendly neighborhood REDFRANKSREALESTATE
Blue Shield. For Interview contact CLERK-TYPIST and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- 1.200 sq ft. Living area.
E. A. Clayton or James E. C355 after 5 ".m. nished houses with dock and deep side restricted subdivision of acre Call Fordyce, 374-1234.
(foregoing female 21 31 yrs.);
Clayten. Phone 372591.EXPERIENCED MALE TRAINEE. For Sell 1 BR air cond. turn. well pump. Many extras. On lots. Paved streets. Inside lots 7P4..E.1st St. Ph. 374-0817
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis S3950 corners $4,250. Outside city
trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent -
21.27. college background; FORDYCEASSOCIATES
SALESGIRLS
Jewelry Co. CITY TAXES.
condition. FR 298S6t limits. thus NO

AND Excellent wire young opportunity women.for who two know live- I S6.500-S13.000 CHEMISTS; A.M. and -12 P.M. 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake Wt- RANCHETTE homesites too. Ap. I INC FREE ESTIMATES"

how to sell and enoy| sales work. PROJECT ENGINEERS 2 BR house trailer reasonablerent not.Lak-a-wana.2 brm Can 1 bath Gladys on Smith Lake, proximately 10 acres each. Located t Multiple Listing Realtor FURNACES and Quality
This' Is permanent position with $7-14,000; located on Archer Rd. on Newberry Road with Grace Fordyce. Broker
excellent future vacations. 5'2 PROCESS ENGINEERS, Phone 3723529.ALUMINUM Realtor 320 feet on paved highway. Just I Associates: Central Ah'Conditioners
122 W. 372.5393
University Goulden
T. $500.00 down 5 on balance. Harvey Benton Dudley
to $14,000; yrs.
day week hospltallzatlon etc. Do house trailer, 24 x I. O. C. Gay Dick Banks
". not phone. See Mr. Sandefer MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS.to extra nice modern electnc WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Frances Hough Sarah Gouiden
USED Rutherford's Jewelers, 101 W. $12,000; brake clear title; $1200. Trailer Reg. Broker, specaltzlna In
Univ. Ave.WANTED INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS. park 1 mile North on Hlway 441, LAKE t PROPERTIES ACRE- M.M.
to $14.000; High Springs. AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros/ FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
experienced waitress. ACCOUNTANTS GR 52911.Cedar. by Te!
-.. Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- W.500-13,500: SPECIAL
rant. 310 NW 13th St. PERSONNEL ASS'TS. 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. Key Shoresfine PARRISH Best In equipment using Internally
c 51500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Per' top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts designed
"w CARS WANTED ITS Operator good WorkIng Sl-U.OOO. Prairie. For appointment call homesites from $2250 engineered and Installed
ASSOCIATES INC.H.
4 LICENSED PHARMACIST &
conditions good pay. Contact I FR 6-3052.
Stafford Caldwell. Gaines- SB 512.000 non-waterfront from $1510 Wayne Hill Helen Graham 372-6142 byALL
.I vllle Sun. I I EXPERIENCED IBM OPERATOR CONNOLLY Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
Marina LocationsINVEST 19 N_E. First Street. Tel No. .. AIR CONDITIONING CO.
CURB WAITRESSES day and I PERSONNELCENTER Mob.le:! Home Sales, Inc. 2 & S 3725375. UPHOLSTERY
,- night shift top wages. AprlyIn bedroom mobile homes. Many : facilities needed here 1501 N.W. IJth St. PH. 376-8268
person, Jerry's Restauiant, floor plans. 7 year financing. ADVERTISE IN THE Free Estimates-Pick u. and 1910 NC JJre1 Blvd.
2310 S. W. 13th St. Drive out today. 3 miles Southof delivery. 24 Hour service
Apply 10 to 12 A.M. & 2 to 4 P.M. Motel Locations SERVICE DIRECTORY
LOCAL oil company oesires mature Monday thru Friday Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. ____ __n __ ___
Individual with bookkeeping 102 NW 2nd Ave. 3724377 376-0571 I INVEST: accommodations
experience. NCR 31 machine needed
IT'S FOOLISHto
knowledge helpful. Typing necessary $45 WEEKLY AND MORE
permanent position. S'j day For reliable man or woman to service pay more. RECKLESS to
: Announcements week. Please send complete resume Watkins customers In section pay 'less. GET THE REAL DAVID ANDREWS-
... to Box 495-A coo GainesvilleSun. of Gainesville. Full or part time. FACTS. Payments as low..
No Investment. Write C. R. Ruble $57.2 per month with $300 dawn. REAL ESTATECEDAR
Dept. 8-2, P. O. Box 2447.
S '1.0ST. POUND SECRETARY WANTED Must be MemphIs, Tenn. LAKE GENEVA KEY 3841 or 3831
proficient in shorthand and typ. Mobile Home Sales

LOST Lady's light blue sweater ing. Salary commensurate with I 14-Sales Help Wanted Rt. 1M SE Keystone Hts Fie. 15 runabout .. trailer hydroplane

Initial ,-M" ambroid e r e d In experience and ability. Scruggs Lowest prices. easiest terms largest bottom. perfect condition. S250.
,..,... Lost vicinity Woolworth's I CarmlchatU 3 SE 1st Avenue, I LICENSED Real Estate salesman. display In central Florida.We 3305 Hawthorne Rd.. Ph. FR AVE
...,_.Pirk Lane Cafeteria Univ. Hoip. I 2455.
Ph. 374-5242. $100 a week drawing accour. trade for anything. Free delivery -
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Church. Return Lanler's
Catholic
to 100 miles.TRAILER .
volume builder develop up
Dress Shop or call 374-3715. WANTED: White housekeeper for Large 35 Houses for Sole
Position In G.ll'lesvi'Rf'p'y MART
widower and three children. Live I 3 areas.
FOUND In JacKson Minute Mart In. Call FR 2-2161. I to Box 494-A coo Calne- Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4
'";" en 14th Ave. 1 pr. prescription ville Sun. East Palitki Phone 3281059 OWNER LEAVING. 3 BR. CCB. i
..leases from Backum'a Opticians. 2 SEAMSTRESSES WANTED 2 baths, pump for lawn. $500 dn.
,
Call FR ""17. Must be able to do alterations and WANTED 3 MENto Assume FHA mortgage. 3742293or
.. mending neatly and efficiently.Call assist me In my business. Salary WYATT- 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. THIS WEEK'S IS ON
4 Ptnorulisetf Servicci In p@rsoIonly as no Infer- plus commissions If qualified. SPOTLIGHT
lI'.tloIOrIll' be given over the Also company bonuses. Neat
LeAIN1 uftiVfcl Special .i- phone. 224 SW 5th Street. In appearance 21-40. Car necessary. M
Stevens 372-0500. Trailer Sales GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM
tentlo to nervous or elderly. Call Mr. -r
EASY Spare Time Money YOURS between 9
Scott 81 Fetzer Corp.
Driving School. FR pr
2.7LUc.Wtet.otFia.Easy Way lust showing gorgeous Christmas .. 10 AM. Monday Wednesday Home of LI ITLEWOODCharm ON SW 13th STREET
4 1 cards to friends relatives Earn 8. Friday. Pacemaker Mobile Home and simplicity In this home '.
into the Eorly American decor of the Centre!
KUT 'N K.URL BEAUTY SALOON *50 to 1550. Personalized religious Shasta and Alrstream .3 Br. 2 bath designed for gracious Step
Beauty an a Budget novelty des Ions. Write for Travel Trailer living. Beautiful setting InIendscaped Gainei Steak Room and prepare yourself for the
All work guaranteedferm. FREE Anniversary otter Sample 16-Work Wanted Female Ocaia'i First Mobile Home yard. The price has -- ) --- finest' U. S. Prim or Choice; Steak thot Gainesville
U vp Shem-Mt 1136 v. Outfit on approval. Southern Dealer Since 194 been reduced. Near Littiewood -,
V 14 V. Untv. Ave. 3727724 Greetings 471 No. HOllywood. WANTED General house 1923 Silver Springs Blvd.' and Westwood school. 1I- con offer.

Open nights by appt. DfOt m. Memphis IT, TennU work. Phone 376-4912. Phone 421-1351 Call Mory Moeller 6-4471 1 ic Prompt courteous service Is Just the beginning After

SOCIAL NOTICES WANTED work as baby sitter or Ocala. FIe.Burrs. f you ploce your order you may watch your steak
i' Male Help Wanted maid. Full or part time. Call/ FR STEPHEN FOSTERSee i -- being cooked to your order over on open charcoal
2-4974. this charming home with a ;: hearth.
KORICINO' tfrl needs transportation t '- ;
lot. Yours
NATIONAL organization has openIng beautifully landscaped '; ---
t' from Archer Road to GaiiwsviiIshours for man age 21-30. Must have for immediate occupancy. 1701 The Steak Room is also known for its delicious seafood
from I t. S. Phone 374- ADVERTISE IN THE ,
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good working knowledge of basic : N W. 39th Ave. r ;_ dinners.
_
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'lt6' SERVICE DIRECTORY t' .. .
electronics. For Interview call Call Mory Moeller 6-4471 -
6 P.M. 12
from
\ Serving to midnight the Steak Room
FR 2-3721. .
g
S i. 'y Jitters.. Ckilel C.r. NO AGE BARRIER MOBILEHOMES I IDYLWILD "---- is open 7 days a week.

infants and children If you need to keep busy 1 earn No salesman calls IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Watch for the opening of their new Cocktoil;! Lounge
i keep I money at the same time we need Sept.. 1st.Watch.
Idyrwlld. 3 Br 2 bath, modem
'in'rrybomi. Accident .. Health insurance
you. THEY INSURETO
Call PR 3-l". agent with one of Florida oldest kitchen near new Elem. school. For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
2.000 so. ft. The price is reduced
companies no experience AGE 90! 4012 S. W. 19th St. i
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE I I necessary, company will give INC see f _ _ _ _
Day, wkrf or mo. Old Newberry complete training at their expense. NEWS Call Mary Moeller 6-4471
Rd. Planned programs. Pick up See company representative '!" DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
>* -at LJttlewood and Terwllligerschools. in Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe. "Age alone dees net make 10 & 12' WIDES SIDNER LANIERBrick
Call FR 24447.TINY you tin-4nsurable," says Joe F. also COCKTAILS s;:
Bldg. e-n Tues. thru Sat. orphone 3 Br, Fla. room parquet
I GENERAL GAINES LONGS CAFETERIA
I' Williams President Bankers CAMPERSWe
374415 for appt. floors. DbL car port.INVESTMENTS.
TOT I Haattti & LIfe lasiraiceCempaey. need 25 trade-ins this month STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation A "".Intlng. STEER ROOM
WANTED University of Florida featuring U.S. Prime end Choice Open 7 days a WHk.
student to work full time before Frld'Y Aug. 25th The Finest 1ft dining etIoymef'f!
PLAY SCHOOL; Call us for the best deals. steaks prepared to
your taste
S acres adL\ new V. A. Hospital Cockt.lIs" In .
then. d.ncilli our lounge.ieoo
school starts then part time R'memberl Wf1I see you
-Folks 41 t. ft like our new on our hearth. Holiday
open Inn
VUlt M and ee. for "our..... afterwards. Room rent to constitute 4 acres on Archer Rd. Palmer a. Sue I.CIng O cover tie minimum
SI,00 BLUE RIBBON policy.It S.W. 13th St. FR -
44 Pt. Rd. 12U.
14 $g tth St. "Jt 4-7144._ part payment. For Infor. makes sure their grieving acres on Rocky _ _ FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
3768361NW Call Moeller 6.4471
*' WILL keep child 3 years ar .1<1.,.. matlon' call FR e-3012. loved. ones will have M worries Mary BOWLING 4562 N'N IJft1 St.
: In By hme. Weekly rates nice bout hew te finalexpenses. BILLIARD'S *
a TTS Operator.'good ,. pay
WANTED
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air conditioned home meals serv- IOrO ." 13th St. at 6th St. On street NEAR GAINESVILLE UNIVERSITY INN
3724423.3fl3_ Nt 14th Orlvo. Ing conditions good pay. Contact parking all around our corner. Gather The family together and see CUE STICK BILLIARDS PALM LANES Chlrc" Steak Ro m. Smoro.
Stafford Caldwell Galnes- this spacious home wltn 4 Br 3
Open 9 A.M. to 9
No agent calls No PJVL cads not be closed August 1Drh tl\ru board, Cocktail Hour J to 7. I
FEMALE HELP WANTED vine SUn.WANTED en you. week CI.y.SCHULT. bath. landscaped yard- For sale" Fun for only young Well
.11- medical exam eeceitary. Free or trade. Melrose Fla. BUT young women foo. the 17th. for reservlclng and re- drinks for the price of 1. Dane-
"-""""" "LTbns- experienced grill cook fetails mailed te you In plain Early American Call Mary Moeller! 6.4471 Bring your dates conditioning of our Illeys. Well big .tit 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin"
? apply Humpty Dumpty Resttu- envelope. 10 x 50'. HOlcrest Trailer Court Open 10 A.M. ,11 12 P.No. set you tile 11tft. 2606 Waldo Combo a. RIchard\ Parkers orch.
H ye i Ilka to, meet people & getpa" rant. 318 NW 13th St. Lot .-,. fQS N. Main Street Road 376-4634. trL 1901 S.W. 13th It. Fit 4-2442.
for 1?. 'see our company
T. Tear eut this ad right new! MARY MOELLER
'> representative. 9-.. TUO.S. thru Sat. V. TECHNICAL experienced.
hi 'avr fflc.. Rm. 305 BaIrd Modem air conditioned shop S'i Sand yovr ame, address, year 33 LOTS FOR SALE REALTOR TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
Have. Bi g. or phone 374-4415 for day week hospItalizatIon In. el birth ten BANKERS Dept. -
appt. Must be aver 21. Part time surance. Write giving experience A254 317 W. Resedaie Fort Serenoia Estates Lovely residential 1'" W. university FR M471 ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
4 hr-day& f fays-wk. N* & personal background. Reed's Worth T uas. lots near new school priced from ASSOCIATES
eJIInf ne collecting '1JJ per T.V., 251* Crlll Ave.. Palatka* S3500. Can Gladys Smith, Realtor E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler CALL 372-8441.

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FLETCHER HEIGHTSFor : 1962 HOME SHOW MODEL $18.500. CLEAN AS A WHISTLE $60 Montn. New CB home lowdown NOT IN SUBDIVISION, 3 Br col- 3 Bedroom CCB. 1 bath screened TIRED OF PAYING RENT?
hard- 4 big BR. 2 bath Lvg. R.. fam.R. payment. See at 210 S. E. onial. hardwood floors fireplace. porch ,air conditioned. 4 years Buy me for $100 down and payments
sate by owner 3 BR's. Wooded lot C. heat $1500 dn. Beautifully kept must be If I 20th St. Call 372-357 or 372- Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa old. No down payment. Take over of $45 per mo. I am S
seen. : i
wood floors. 2 tile baths cen. 4492.JWK. tricks, Smith Schools. 111,- BR In size about 4 yrs. old.
i 3708 NW 22nd PI. 3723029. : Kirby lioo month payments. Call 372-
2 bedroom,
14 20. dbL you are looking for a
TIME IS NOW heating. Fla. rm. x
THE rno. I SE 9th PI. on a
500. FHA. $72 per Including 6729. Located at 2316
carport lot 100 x 140 with nice 1 bath home with screened porchon
FR 2-2734. Call FR 6-
Ins.
owner
lot. Immediate taxes and lot 100 x 100'
S. W. large corner
a
shade trees. $25.000. 3936 I I
JWK $14,600 3 BR home for $12,950 If 2524 or 3744710.NORTHEAST .
$11,500. See at
3rd Ave. FR 23774. occupancy.
1305 NE 6th Terrace. then phone BLACK ACRESPRICED equity U41I paid In cash or Section close to
FOR SALE THIS WEEK $500 down L second roort. Mo. 2 BR.
schools for sale by owner.
Dick Robinson, Associate. Ralph BY
OWNER.
372-8404 TO SELL 1
CCB. 1 bath oak floor fire 372-8404 firt mort. $75 second
1 Br. Fossey. Realtor at 374-1359 dayor pay. $30. built-ins Ig. landscaped lot. HIS
baths hardwood
2
Do You Have A Room Apartment place stove ref.fine attic lawn-trees.fan fenc-3 NORTHWEST 22nd STREET ad- night 11 West University TRANQUIL setting under massive floors bedrooms.central heat air-cortd. Almost new Ig. living rm 1 NE 4th Ter. Call for appoint
ed back yard Llttlewood. $1.100 dress on this utterly charming Avenue. shade trees on over an acre In units. electric range and drapes. dining rm, tile bath terrazzo ment FR 24" or FR 4-7524.

blks.down. from$79 mo. 621 N.W. 36th two bedroom house. All rooms Kirkwood. Gracious masonry Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. floors. Gen. Elec. equipped kit. 3 IEDROOM frame home on
Or House to Rent? St. 3744220.FIRST are spacious fireplace panel LOOK WHAT residence central heat two 3125 W. Univ. Av- FR 4-4427. ample closet space screened double lot. Fairbanks small
ling pleasant porch. Available $14.075 BUYS! baths three bedrooms PLUS 12 x 20 porch. N.W. Section. down payment. $50 month. Immediate
TIME ADVERTISEDNew soon. FHA commit Snappy brick faced Ranch modelin I another bedroom and bath 374-6674. Sale. FR 2-$44.
Palm Springs model. One of ment. Shown by appoint Village Green. Combina ion for guests a relative or Price SlashedThe -

REMEMBER-A rental COSTS the best looking homes we've ever ment only. Exclusive hobby shop utility room. Big for a study. By appointment GLADYS GLADYSSMITH
vacancy built. Four bedroomS. 2 full listing.J. master bedroom with floor to only. Ex. owner of this lovely 3 bedroom
baths beautiful brick facade. ceiling ventilated closets paper elusive listing.J. 2 bath masonry home Is READYTO
excellent kitchen arrangement. ed half bath with colored fix SELLI If you want a home
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit W. Kirkpatrick Agency SMITH
$16.900. No money down. VA tures and dressing table. Central with a central heating system
FHA only $800 down. Price In- 31 N. Main FR 2-8404 heat. Sidewalks for your W. Kirkpatrick Agency built-in oven and range family
cludes fully sodded front lawn. RARE OPPORTUNITY childrens safety. Community swim 31 N. Main FR 2U04 room, laundry room carport. 372-5393 3725393Four i
club member club for your relaxation. Fully large corner lot located In the
gas lamp swim 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy bedrooms. 2 baths within
sodded lawn for your leisure. Big MCKINNEY NW SECTION CALL US
Beautiful corner lot 210 feet home features such as walnut NOW THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary walking distance of the Medical
ship.VILLAGE
GREENByHUGHEDWARDLIN frontage on US <<1. Good 2-bed-. paneled living room walls real. GREEN MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 living. This architect- School. Older brick home with \
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU room, home.action Priced essential.under market plaster walls and ceilings tiled PRICE CUT FROM SU.OOO designed home features modern Florida room fireplace, double ',
2909 N. E. 15th St. quicK sills. Formica custom cabinets. DEATONREALTORS to 516.500 ONLY $1,000 DOWNNO kitchen with Mexican tile counter. garage.
374-7971 Loan doors silent switches. REASONABLE OFFER WILL Screened courtyard. entry court. *I
EVERY DAY until it is rented: New 4 BR. CALL Cap it off with an authentic gas BE REFUSEDI and porch. Living room with 30 Make an OFFER. One of our best =
FOR Sale or trade. 2 bath
Angle Real EstateC. lamppost and easy VA or FHA foot stone fireplace wall. Separate buys In a 3 bedroom.
Westmoreland
home located in dining room. Many built-Ins and home. Large Florida room fireplace
Estates. On city sewers paved L. Angle. Broker terms and you have yourself a : MUST SELLIf
Ed. John Merrill bookshelves. This is a home to many built-ins, acre lot.
bath Rms. Ig. family O. J. Angle. Associate deal. Call 3767971. Hugh
St 2
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS Ig. be cherished.
: : believe In this
Rm. & living Rm., dining area. 4404 N. W. 13th St. 374-4927 wards Inc. 2909 N. E. 15th you being lucky
St. rrvght be your chance This Realtor GLADYS SMITH
built-in kitchen In-
Central heat
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day cluding GE dishwasher. 2 court NOTHING DOWN VA fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central MULTIPLE LISTING GLADYS SMITH 1
heated 2 old home must
REALTOR
yards walk to schools close to 3 BR, 2 baths 2000 sq. ft. THE GRASS NEEDS yr.
PHONE 372-1494
be sold. Owner will consider a REALTOR
i
$50 mo. . $1.66 day U of F .. medical center FHA MOWING reasonable offer under its present Associates 1228 W. University 372.5393
per per $22,700. Down payment $1.700. $300 DOWNNW. Sure the grass needs mowing. So F.H.A value of $17.250 locatedin Marcella Pardl 1231 W. University 3725393 Anna Hinson Caroline Noyei
Immediate occupancy. Drive by 3 BR. 1 bath, walking dis- what if the previous owner's kids Madison Park Goo con- W. H. Buckhannan I Virginia Power I
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler tance to school left their footprints in the ce- dition Act now Drive by .
Brothers 372-9545 dally. 374-9048
ment walk leading to that big 3202 N. W. 22nd Pace and call

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day FIGURE night. THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. 3 BR, 2$500 bath Ig.DOWN lot in Northwest fenced still a darn rear yard good? deal.This Take house the is us buy.for 372.3617.appointment before you BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !

next
fuel tank. 100 shrubs. brick patio location? It's tops .right
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day fenced yard near elemen- $900 DOWN2BR. to the Howard Bishop J u nior KING SIZEhouse
tary and Junior high schools. 1 bath Southwest only S51 High. Bet you could find a use SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELSNO
screened porch. 3 B R. 1 bath for the paneled Florida room. 3.000 ft. has 6
per mo. sq.
$70 mo. . $2.33 day like the custom
per per Mom should
I $500 down if you qualify FHA. 3 BR. 2 bath. NW. close to school. cabinets. To make bedrooms 2 full baths separate -
kitchen
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. pine dining room central heat
I this fine home easier for you to MONEY DOWNV
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day own we have a new FHA com- air conditioning loads of >
DAN BYRD storage IVi acres. House
space

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day JWK ASSOCIATES. INC. mittment down and that the requires house is only yours.$550 Call built last year Call 372-3417. A Village Y jteen

lock stock and footprints.
Jack DeYot Realtor DUPLEXLet
372-8404 374-7971. Don't be surprised If
$85 mo. . $2.83 day AssociatesE.
per per DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homeIn E. Holloway someone from Hugh Edwards. us show you this attractive LOWEST FHA DOWN by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
,
Christine Inc. answers. and well located two story q-
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day the NE convenient to shoppingand 825 NW 13th Stone Street plex that we have lust listed andit 376'7971 j
school. Well landscaped. is in good condition Fully PAYMENTS
372 2S11
lot with backyard fenced Income of $175.00 r/? I
corner furnished per / ,
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day for the children. 1355 square Call night or day month Could be used as a I 'lua.. :;, ,." IsI I

feet of living area with YOU CAN BE SURE New Homesin home with an income. Attractively Call- Priced from $13,900-$17,250 p o!o o 0 a
priced Don't wait -
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day family room. 372-3417.
UNIVERSITY and shopping center .
l-NO WAITING. $750 down and
close walking distance from this Lawns ,1
move right into this neat 3 BR ASSOCIATESJ. f 0 0 4 0
two bedroom house. Completely 1 Bath CB home at 527 N. W. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. DEQSainrJLSodded
!
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR furnished and two kitchens 36th Drive. Only 512.000. Stove. WESTVILLANW J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Swim Club

mean income when house is Ref. & Dishwasher included. Multiple Listing Air Cond. Optional ; I
rented as two one bedroom 2-J350 down FHA. Convenient NW
apartments. Total price only location. 3 BR, 1 bath. Nice lot. Colonials N-w.u..m
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS $9,900.00. paved St. Close in.
BEAUTIFUL large rooms In this 3-BRAND NEW 3 BR. 2 bath CB 16th Ave., New Brick Homesby Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
two bath house priced at only home at 3449 NW 16th Ave. Cent.
$17.200. Three bedrooms: 14x11. A-C & heat. Large family Room. at 37th St.
Elec. kitchen. Half lot. Low
11x14 12.5x11. Beautiful large acre
down payment will buy. SEE Builder
living room. too. Quiet North-
NOW. j
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west location. Available right 4-LOW DOWN PAYMENT and $90 3 S. 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen -
35 Houses for Sol. 35 Houses for Sal away. This Is a clean nice per month will buy this lovely equipment cen. heat. VA &
house. 3 BR. 2 bath home In NW. Cent. WALTER STUBBSInc. FHA Homes-no closing costs. I
$7* per mo.. Nor hhast. S400 dn.. LEAVING TOWN will sell my 3 J. W. heat. Built-in Kit. HOUSE HUNTING!
3 BR, 1 bath screened porch. BR. 2 bath cent. heat, built In KIRKPAFRICKRealtor Capitol Builders. Inc. ;
patio kit. equip., cen. heat kitchen, home. You can save N.W. 37th Place a4th Street
take up VA. FR 22774. $1500. Call FR 2.3826 or GR UNIVERSITYREALTY
-.5'22. Melrose.By 31 N. Main Phone FR 2.8401ASSOCIATES I OPEN HOUSE DAILY
3 LARGE BR. Ig. living roomdinIng -
:
room. Ig. kitchen with din- Owner. 7 rooms. I'/i bath. $600 Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Phone 376-5394 Call 372-0341 or 374-77SI.
eta Paneled throughout. Call 454- for equity payments $90 per Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
131* or / /-1632 after 6. month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. Levis Klrkland Ben Griffin 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
Phone 376-6819.. "We trade houses"RENT
4235 NW 10th St. W. M. Munroe. Realtor
Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home 4 BR modern home on 1 acre of GLADYS Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS
large Fla room & patio. Lot land. $7.300. Terms. Phone GR RobVf Roy McCann, T. C. DoUglas. STEVEN FOSTER $15,825The
100x171', lots of trees. S-2277. Jr.
HEIGHTSLocated
lots NW section BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath extraIg. SMITH brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
Beautiful .
shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 at N.W. 37th Place &
N W. 13th Ave. FR 4-7993 for Terrazzo floors shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
Commercial property & acreage.E. appt. CHECK THESE 6th St. New brick homes under ,

C. "Curly" Kuehn, Jr. construction. Pick your own natural gas heating G.E. built-in kitchen paved streets all
438 N. Main St. WESTPARK 1562 N.W. 18th St. 1 brms. 3 baths. colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. ,
FR 6-2032 Broker FR -4544 2030 NW 55th St., by owner low $25,000. Good financing. city services.
down payment. 3 BR. Paymentsless by
AIR CONDITIONED than rent. Phone 0258.. I
LOOK 4040 Newberry Road. 3 brms. S Inc.
3 BR. 2 baths central heat out baths low price of $22,500. Capitol Builders THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
of city limits deep well. REA LOVELY NW 3 BR. 2 bath homeIn N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street ,

power, located at 3616 NW 34th Westmorland Estates. Central 2125 N.W. 3rd Place 2 story. 4 Call 3724141 or 374-77(1
St.Call. heat & air conditioning. GE built- brms. excellent location $34,500. MODELS AT $14,500.
in range & oven. Beautiful land-
372.2372 or 374.1190. scaped 100 x 150' lot with many .
trees. VA loan priced to sell im- 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue. Idyl w I Id. THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust mediately. FR 2-4344. 3 brms. 2 baths new FHA, $24- ,
completed nice wooded lot. Smiles 000. 3 tr 4 Bedroom Models In
out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. BY OWNER Palm View Estates. 3 SHADOWLAWN MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
br. 2 bath CB house less than 7 S.W. 26th Street. Corner lot Sbrms
IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale 1 yr. old. FHA & VA approved 2 baths. $17,900. ESTATESF.
by owner. Immaculate 3 BR. 2 shaded lot no Immediate neighbor D. OLIVER THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA
bath CCB. walk to new School ,
*. Phone 374-0734. 1244 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms. 2 baths.P .
deadend. Terms to responsible W OFFERING
521.000. ,
party. Price $14.000 374-1741 or LOW DOWN PAYMENT and financing K. Yonge area wT s Individual Styles For You MODELS $13,000.

3724874. already arranged. Three West Hills. 2 story. 7 brms. 6 baths 9 Well planned living areas

FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA Bedroom range home and oven.built Large 1960. Builtin corner -I large lot. $45.000. I Quality material & workmanship FHA and VA Walk to elementary

approval you can have Immediate lot. Outside City limits. Owner
possession and ownership of moved. Call ALACHUA REALTY 10 S.W. 23rd Drive. Corner lot. 3 S A community you would be and junior high I
the best value house for sale In ASSOCIATES 376-2<<8. brms. 2 baths, air conditioning. proud to live in
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air 35000. Drive West on N.W. 39th From $400 down
conditioning. Paneled family room 1005 NORTHEAST 6th STREET by Ave. past the Glen Spring In Better and
lolnlng living-dining area for extra owner. 3 BR. 2 baths sep. dining IIS N.W. 36th Avenue. An estate of I tersection. See sign on left. living
spaciousness. Electric range room. Irg. kit.. screened porch. a home and guest house. 32000. FR 2-0844. From $79 month resale value.
and dishwasher. Back yard completely 7 closets air conditioner built- I per
enclosed by 7 tt hedge.Call in cedar chest back yard ter 534 N.E. 8th Avenue. 3 brms 2 I
374-4147 for appt. to see at race. Paved streets sidewalks, baths lovely Interior, good fl-I
N.W. 16th
2213 NE 7th Ter. Call FR 29459 or FR 4-4140. nancing. $15.000. I RECEIPTS Drive west on Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn t

WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT OWNER transferred, attractive 3 PRESENTINGIn left and follow Fernwood Manor. ,
BR home, corner lot. Highland 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms. 1 i signs to
3 bedroom home for VSOO complete Court Manor paid pool member. bath. FHA S9750. Lot 75 x 120
payments $53,44 per mo. ship low equity VA Loan pay. young executive area another
Includes insurance and taxes. Ph. S93 mo. 2721 NE 11th Ter. FR 6- 14 S.W. 32nd Street. 3 brms. 2 GOT YOU DOWN? FINE custom designed &
374-4957. or write 241* N. E. baths, excellent location, 31500. built home.Featuring. 'Paint the down paymentif
10th Ter.. Bob Shaffln. : fireplace air
FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 I
Lake Wlnot. 3 brm. 2 bath home on
conditioned
paneled family
BY OWNER NEAR WEST- bath. cen. air condo and heat.
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath. Palm View Estates less than 1 lake front. $23.500. room kitchen a dream
Ig. LR, family room. built Inkitchen. yr. old FHA approved, large Lake Lk-a-wana. 2 brm 1 bath. ( Buy For Less Than Rent at with luminous ceilings & you so desire
CENTRAL AIR CONDI. shaded lot. no Immediate neighbors Sand bottom lake. $14,000. pantry. 3 BR 2 bath fences.
TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and owner transferring. 4031 patios & many other extraordinary -
assume mtg. Call 3742927.MERRILL. N.W. 18th Place. Phone 374-0734. GLADYS SMITH Highland Court Manor) Ideas. Daily 2-9545 Night 6.9048 :

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LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD area
3 BR. 2 bath liv.-dln.-kit.. Fam. Realtor Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr.
Rm., central heat gas fireplace If you have nothing more than a stack of WIMBERLY ESTATESNW
well landscaped shady yard and 1228 W. University Phone 372-5393
NEW LISTING 3 or 4 bedroom Attractive patio. $600 dn., $105 I: Associates: Anna Hinson receipts to show for monthly rent, let us show 34th Ter. elf NW Jtth Ave. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERSLOCATED
3 bath masonry home lust repainted mo. FHA by owner. 538 NW 34th Carolyn Noyes Open Sundays at 2:00 er by
Inside and out. 2 air Dr. 375-1 US day. 372-4537 night. Virginia Powers you how you can own your home for the PPt. 372-51.

conditioning units double car. -....... H ___., "- --..,...--
port laundry facilities and large RR'" same price or less. Payments start at less ,
corner lot. ONLY 1500. DOWN! ------- -- -- -- --- ,
than $80 per month including insurance and

SUBURBAN room IVj bath- Immaculate split level 3 home bed- I COMPARE! i taxes. Interest is tax deductible too and

can be bought under FHA for
$700. down payment. you'll be building equity in your own home. OPEN TODAY 3-8

IDYLWILD beautiful -three Call bedroom us to see two this a II THESE HOME VALUES See one of our courteous salesmen for further

bath house with central heating I BEFORE YOU BUY Ig information. No obligation, of course.
and air conditioning plus many 28-HUNDRED BLOCK OF N.W. 34TH STREET
extras.

ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom masonry :g: LsmunmwnmmflmmlhffllllsflflmnnllHwI e 14 Models from $13,400 $18,200

home with central heat built-in SAVE!
oven and range dishwasher disposal I
and extra kitchen cabinets. I The following are ready for Nothing Down VA ($100 Closing )
Just listed for sale at less the
replacement cost. ONLY 11. I a_ occupancy. o
900. s llllllli / -

3330 N.W. 28th Ave.
1300 DOWN-ATTRACTIVE 3 The following) Is now under
room masonry home with bed-I = construction and will be ready 4 BR. 2V* baths $2990 dn., 3 See the Fabulous "Monticello"This

in oven and range carport I for occupancy soon) $169 per moSS ;
utility room. Just one year old. Week At The

NW Section. REASONABLE 3310 N.W. 30th PI., =
MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 20 NW 30th A n.I i= PARADE OF HOMES
S7 l
S 3 BR. 2 bath $400 dn. $
month.Norwood. 3 BR. 1 beth $500 dn $77. 1
BLACK ACRES Priced at the per per mo. 9
FHA valuation of $17.500. This I 00
spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry

ONLY home$700 DOWN Is a real buy 303 SE 38th St. AUGUST 9 -16I 1964

3 BR. 1 bam $40 dn. $44
per mo. 00
11200 DOWN will buy this lovely
old 4 bedroom 3 bath two story 12 Beautiful Homes 12
by Builders
home In the NE Section. ONLY Leading
816,000-CALL US NOW. ,Hope"H"

Co-Sponsored by DIRECTIONS
ALL HOMES ARE l c Admission 50
John Merrill Inc. FOR 7
OPEN YOU TO ENJOY Gainesville Horn Builders Assoc. Drive West on UfttVmiry or
SEEING ANYTIME IF Builders & Developers s Donation T. JuniorWomon'i
Realtor We Trade Homes YOU WILL JUST CALL. 16th Avenue. Turn right
MULTIPLE LISTING Sales Office- NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. % ,,, t Gainesville Junior Women's Club Clan CharitiM
PHONE FR 2-1494 1123 S.E. 4th STREET (North) on N.W. 34th St.
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 4-7m PHONE 372-3471
PARDIW.H.8UCKHANNAN

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'" III1I1BHIW\lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln'IIIIIIHIIIIIIIf IIIII 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
61 Wanted to Buy 66 Misc. For Sale 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale

I NOW RENTING THREE Irg. bedrooms 2 Battw Due To The
CLASSIFICATION INDEX I hardwood floors N. W. Section. 40' Electric stove. Must be ui good Beautiful walnut circular bar. f 141 INTERNATIONAL Scout excellent '63 OLDS F-tS. loaded Excellent
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex Phone FR 2-1265. condition.i Reasonably priced. Ph. long with Rattan stools. Suitablefor condition, 10.000 miles, condition. See Mr. Green. University .
apartments large living and FR 4-6946. I home or business. FR 2-44t $115.' Phone FR 23737. City Bank. TremendousResponse
modern kitchen with SMALL clean house, tile bath, couple '
AHMouNcEMcr MERCHANDISE I fan dining, large area storage closets, terra or with one child. S6i mo. CASH for your used appliances Now Specializing in Ladies' Better 152 Studebaker P. U. truck. Runs 1957 FORD, radio & heater V-I.
I& 20 floors tile baths, space heater 525 S. E. 4ttl Ave. FR 2-84J9 furniture. clothing etc. Call Wit- Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I gdod S100 cash. can 376-3357. In good cond. Sell reasonable.Ph. .
: eo"i.: .1 Wanted ao B.. Hawthorne through 54. S3 Each. Exceptional
Card = and hot water heater, facili or FR 2-437T. llama Service Center 466-3148.
...., .:! .laehtan1 .. T.... Rd. 3723937 Values DIXIE MILLS SUPER
S L.st a 1' ties washing machines and 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR
for
U Building AIaterlals TWO bedroom, 1 bath. 303 SE 8th DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave 60 COMET 5t RAMBLER Station
4 "enoaallnd Senleea U..ieb.Id 0.... = paved streets. See at N.E. 26th St. $90 per month. Call 3746617.TWO nue. wagons. Both AT. AC, Com
I Travel, InformUoI :: Ter. or call for appointment 372- 64 Household Goods
Private
Antiques 1 bath kitchen SALE model SO Honda motorbike et has radio also. owner.
BR. equipped
Sp.elaI IIi.Ueea S321 or 372.5322. TWO horse tandem horse trailer, 150-200 miles gal. Make offers 376-2348. _
; ee Hise. I'.r aal. per
TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets.

Baby FIsrhIsS SlUen. l.ltUa Can 51 II Tra.Articles.... Wanted P.s1& Ei: I 44 Cottages for Rent Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph. KENMORE well. $30.AUTOMATIC.If Interested Washes, call electric ment. rubber brakes mats saddle on compart'floors. Ph.1963.Recktey Excellent 37MM5.condition. $145. '55 CHEVROLET, 4 cylinder., standard Perfect condI-transmission Barkley

13 I PlaeeS 'To Co Aaa 3765987. FR 25035. 621 N. W. 34th Ter- Price 1500. 372-2547.
Fl Oil Li W .dS ONE tone scooter at tion. Call 372-6638.
new Bridges
Tbgs T. lee ;: E.t. Mar1. Equip.&UTOMOTIVE !! 2 I BR house Lane Santa Fe. private 3 BR 1 bath home. SW section. No race. Allen Hayes. WE WANT TO buy late model used dealers cost. See et 161f Hew miles
6000
c dock a, boat Call 376-3268. ext. students. For appt. call 372-5633. FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 refrigerators. Exceptionally High thorne Road. 64 BUICK Skylark .
: $200 down, take payments.Call
Offics ; 2523. gal. with heater attached also trade-ins now given.WILSON'S up
I EqJpmei' I gas
FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. houseIn 19.59 DUCCATI 200 CC. excellent FR 2-7433 or FR 2-37U after Motors
,s AIrpI"O 1I01.-Be.ta" n Hulc&! Mercbandlu RENT modern furnished cottageson Alachua, $12JO per week. Call 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete EXCHANGE condition. Immediate sale. $200. 5:00 P.M.
7. Trucks fer 8&1i E Lake Santa F* by week or E. O. Floyd at 462-1171 or 46> with gauges, 2 crane shallow 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR -w9. Phone 372-1238.
"Tneh Wafted REAL ESTATE FOR SALE season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. 1579 anytime.UNFURNISHED. well pumps. Inquire Lewis CITIZEN BAND '5$ DODGE, $951 '50 Chevy, S9 5;
a. Tractors A Track Eeat1. Jewelry Co.TAG. RADIOSNew I50 '54 Ford 195. I 2201 N. MAIN ST.
1 I BEDROOM cottage on Swan 2 bedroom home. and Used S60 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 56 Chevy $ '
lit Tuner Keatall 12 Mobil. Hom" for sai.U r; Lake furnished. Rent $21 week APPLIANCESTested Also. '56 Ford. pickup truck. $m.
I $110 per mo. Call 376-7464. Complete line of
le..tera photo
& supplies
Motorr7t1n .. ... fer 21010II t.l: sept, then $45 Mo. FR 2- and Guaranteed FULLER'S FOTO Al Herndon Service Station 916 CONTINUESOUR
A.t.mobUo Repairs 1& W&titfront rr.prrt, J3JJ or GP 5-5KO Meirose CAN'T FIND A RENTAL? 42 Refrigerators from S3* vpt 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 INC. CONDITIONING Tune up SE 4th St.RENAULT .
UI..bIICS. for .&ls low BR all
U House for 8a1. = Buy my equity. 2 appliances Special, $2.50 for performancetest.
$1 Iwap c.. U l'oUacu For Solo Furnished Apto.STUDENTS. included S65 monthly Ranges from $3* up GOLF be!!, 2 woods. I Irons, glove All makes end models.of ,
45 17 Washers from $1 upI 58 good condition.
= drive by, 3130 NW 10th St. Phone and balls $25 built Dolphine.
31 Est&t. Escka.e4 = ; Phone FR 6-56U Chrysler cars. H awes-
Dryers from SAt up tires. $250.
:::: 376-1963 after 6:00 P.M. Radio. new
EDUCATIJNAL w.t.41 Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning
Two I bedroom furnished 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up Phone 376-3711.
la tosli .. stncu.a II 0. o. 7w. Properlll' 1 apartments. Utilities furnished 3 BR 1 bath, complete kitchen 2 Dishwashers from $4* up REMINGTON electric typew rIter, Servicing Center. 204 N.
Mule. Daseta. 40 B.slaell 'Pnpenlelto except gas. 3 blocks from near schools and shopping center. 10 TV Sets from $35 up good condition, SI00. Call after S Main St., Phone FR 2-2541.
Waated-lastnot1oa .1 Rulde.UaI taoo.o square. $6075 Month. CALL For Information call Manaro's JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. P.M. 372-4738. SPECIAL auto painting $2915. Automotive 87 Automobiles Wonter
4! Farms & Acre.,. ONLY AFTER P.M. 372-0481. Restaurant. FR 2-4690. 419 NW lIft Ave.PII. 372-5303

EMPLOYMENT 0.1 Col.red rr.p.rty Illn LARGE I BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. 2 BR unfurn., house 4431 NW 13th SOFA & chair coil springs dark SET of Evening Star wedding Miller Sons repairs 732 and NW tune-up.1st It. CARS WANTED. 50-S4 Fords .

W rk Wsatd ) a I after S P.M. weekdays. No single St. stove, refrlg. l. heater turn.S70 gray, nylon tweed. Boucle recent. rings. Phone FR 6-0219.I Phone 372-1915. & Chevrolets. Al Hemdon ServIce -

: W.rk Wsnt.d Feu&1. RENTALS students please. per month. Call FR 4-2641, ly reupholstered. Like new. $75. 5% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES. StatIon *U SE dIPS St.
Woatell ONE TWO bedroom trailers FR 6-2930 ask for Mr. Haynes. Ph. 372-5847. 85 Automobiles for Sale -
14 1i.1. Help 43 Colored Prop.rty Psnt&s & For those interested In learning
JS Uelp-MII or Ftmal. tI o&&aIU 'or Beaa water furnished. No pets. Phone TWO BR, I bath, stone and concrete USED Maytag automatic washer ceramics classes are held every FOR THE CORRECT
U Mal. Help Waiited U Furalsh.a Apt.. == FR 25633. house. Freshly painted $65. Phone 376-2905 after 5PM. Mon., Wed., FrI. evening 7 to CADILLAC 1955 red convertible

Drsm&US 4. Val.raJabell Apts.II NICELYfurnished convenient walls Inlaid oak floors. Ig. shady P.M. ELLA'S CERAMICS. 214J fully powered with new top. $300. TIME .
Felllal. U.lp Wutet n Un... I Adults No children E. University Ave. FR See at Tenneco Slat
fir Bu' Fura.4a downtown area S7S. only yard. or pets. ROSE upholstered club chair, good 6-5561. corner of "aSALE -
tIouus f.r Rent UnfurL no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 4-3035. condition. Also Walnut legged MILLIONS of rugs have been cleaned S. Main & 4th Ave. FR 2-1411

FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4S k..m_ I.r a..a Store. FIVE room house for rent kitchen hassock, green vinyl cover. with Blue Lustre. It's Arrer- ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet
=1 FUID Eq.Ip.Dt 60 lI.tel Rooms FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE fum. shady yard, $55 per mo. Phone 374-1977. lea's finest. Rent electric shanv Impala' 2 dr. hardtop excellent Courtesy Of ,
21 Feed FerUlInr 1& Mise. Rentals BEST SI* SE 5th Ave Inquire at 1025 2 studio couches with bolsters pooer SI. McDaniell Furniture condition. Call Jones 376-5351.

2 U. U..stoek Laa..aptac A ..ppUu T.. 800 at IIA oarderp Wsat.d To WaatedSO Beat Em Large, well furnished. air conditioned NE 3rd Ave. -6703. brown newly covered, $20 ea. Co., Gainesville Shopping Center. 1963 Comet, 2-door, blue, I cylinder, University Chevrolet
1 bedroom apt. Quiet location 3024 NE 10th St. standard shin. Radio, N. Main St. 16th Ave.
Pet. Ji Supplies h Omeo Desk lip a" == 3 BR. 1 bath $160 also 3 BR. 2 NEW Polaroid Color pack Camera heater at
11 Lhutaek Waatea II Basta"l RSflt1$ couple only*57.no pets $125 bath house, central heat air. LEAVING town. must sell. livingrm. Automatic 100 with flash. Regular Assume payments. FR 22223.
per mo. Ph. 312- condo $175 FR 6-3401. S14 .50. August special .
per mo furn. lamp. tables rug. beds. 111* 1953 FORD for sale. Runs
FINANCIAL SERVICE II' Call us for the rental you need. chests, Kenmore washer good Ph. 376-1258, 1021 W. Univ. Ave. good.
Butatll OppartulUtl tt SpecIal Senlttl EiIt i FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.REALTORS i 49 Rooms For Rent cond., kitchenette set, etc. Phone New battery. Phone FR 6-6950.
374-1942. See at 4158 NW 6th St. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. 1962 Ford 500 XL convertible. Air PAINT
ao w. n Balli.
Monsv Impr.uMnteU
376-1236
926
W. Univ.
M.rtla..u Ii UsdI A TV lI'nle.II LARGE corner room, adioinmg private CHEAP. Electric refrigerator $25; YASHICA-MAT automatic camera, conditioned bucket seats 21,000
Mo.., W..let IS ApUaaco .. F.ralt.... I- ] bedroom $75 per month. 3505N. bath end entrance, maid and gas apt. stove 15; 40" gas range field case 13.$ mm. lens. New actual miles. Ph. FR 20129.
W. 17th St. Call McKinney linens 2 working girls or 2 business $30. See at 1405 NW 13th St. $50. Also other equipment. Phone 1951 STUDEBAKER Commander.VI JOB
IIIIISIIIIInnmlftlllllllln lIlIlIIllIIIIIIII'lIIIIIIIIfllnmmmnwnllnmUllllllllllllflll n IIIIDlllllllnlllllllltlllllllllllll.! : Green FR 23617. men. Can be seen at 116
Realtors. 3728238.: engine, top cond. Body tight
.----------- 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like new.us.
.
N.W. 2nd St.ATTENTION
at clean need transmission 'til 9 Thurs.
I work.
Call 372-6081. after 5:30 P.M. p.m.
I Bedroom, furnished apartment. 59 Ford polar air conditioner $75.
bIDS( ,Joj sasnoH SE Nice, clean. $85 month. Lights MALE STUDENTS LIVING or Fla. rm. suite; 2 foam Good condition. Phone 454-1528. $150. FR 2-0729.
42 Farms &
Acreage and water furn. 617 N. E 6th double rooms at reasonable rates, rubber lounges. 2 end tables. cor. i '57 CADILLAC Coupe DeVllle low $3995At
FOR Sal I. by Owner, 2 BR.. home.N St. kitchen, liv. room maid service Dryer, edger barbecue. picnic mileage. air conditioned good
hlde-a bed.
table. Simmons 15
E. location. Convenient to shop 80 acres with nice home. included. FR 22726. ner table large piece of tires clean. Call I
Monday
ping center schools city and l-i cres. perm. pasture. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 Uphol. chairs. Make offers. 376- and other PlYbolrd'l very
month. Phone 466-3448.: LARGE room for men for rent 2348. 3764261. I
city park. Furn. or Unfurn. No Brick farm home. 1319 N. E. 8th St.
Reasonable down t Gladys Jtnitn. Realtor single or double access to showers 1957 Chevrolet, V-8. station wagon iI
litymg. pay- s $35.
USED Deepfreezer refrigerator.
N. W. 2 Br., Kit. Eq. $70.00 MOVING
i -,t. Owner will finance. FR 6- ins W. University 3725393 and refrigerator. Phone FR Phone 3762435.STUDENT must sell upholstered I radio. heater, automatic trans.
4029. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 2-1981 or 372-1185. 416 N.E. 2nd chair $14; Royal Hanger lamp Power S B. Excellent cond. HAWESPOWERSBODY I CARS SOLD
_ _
7 Vi acres. 10 miles out. _101. ? W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 Ave. moving to Miami sell- $3; coffee table $9; irons tone Best offer. 3762771.
9 BR.. 1 bath home goes to the $2000 cash ing furniture and miscellaneous lamp, $4; cement bike racks, 75 SHOP r
r i MIM manes the best offer NICE clean 1 bedroom, living rm., NICE downstairs corner room, close household items. For list call FR cents each. FR 2-0729. '56 OLDS convertible, power steer
I S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. kitchen bath. Water furnished. Ing. brakes radio. heater 611 S.W. 3rd St. I
expires August 16thp In, off street parking, antenna 2.8003 after 5 p.m. power
. .m. 2711 N_E. 10th Ter- 472-2000 Newberry, Fla. Prefer men students. Phone FR turn. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. 372.2582. SEW NOW PAY LATERIon extra good top & times. Call 376- FR 20538CRANE 60
80 acres at $385 north of 2-4545. like new, repossessed 64 3407 after 5:00.
am; per acre
, 1feu. STUDENTS furnished room private 66 Misc. For Sale model Select-O- Matic Zig Zag
NW 39th Ave. Call W. H. I
Buck-
COMFORTABLY furn. 2 BR CCB entrance. Share bath. $11 weekor sewing machine. Does beautiful '57 CHEVY BelaIr hardtop radio
3Jut of Town Property hannan c-o John Merrill Realtor, cottage on clear sand bottom $40 month. 37?-0481 after V p m. fancy stitches blind hemming heater V-8 automatic trans.. new
FR 2-1494. lake. Call 376-5821 or GR 5-5217. SlashedMaking buttonholes embroiders. monograms WSW tires. Can be seen at 608 MORE TO
Prices
JTARKE- room. 3 balh homo WANT TO RAISE DOGS or what 51-A Wanted To Rent overcasts raw edges, sews N. Main St.63KARMAN. I

en large lot. Close to Bank have you. 5 acres 6 ml. out, liv- EAST SIDE way for one of Florida's on buttons appliques etc. Need ( Ghia $100 and take

Church Schools. market. Ideal able house. Dead end road. Reasonable GARDENAPARTMENTS WILL exchange Sept. June nicely most complete office machl n e reliable party to assume 6 pay. up payments. Phone 481-2381. I CHOOSEFROM
for home office apts.. nursing for cash. 466-3130. furn. 3 BR house. Key Blscayne. merits of S6.50. Phone Credit

home beauty shop etc. Sell or 160 ACRES cleared. modern 3 bedroom Fl.., near school beach for companies. Manager 372-7680, United Sew LINCOLN MERCURY ( AT
trade for Gainesville property.H. home tobacco allotm e nt, house In Gainesville area Information NEW AND USED .- ing Center.

G. Bollinger. Starfce barn tractor and equIpment. utility $57 per month up Clifford. 376-2411 Tues. & Adding machines calculators type FORMICA top 21 x 24" boards for '59 BUICK Convertible
sheds, some pasture, $36,000. Gainesville's Finest Wed writers portable and standard end or kiddie table fish cleaningor MEL TONMOTORS
$7.200 down. balance over 20 cutting board, etc. $1. G'ville '62 CHEVROLET
41 Residential Income 53 Office-Desk Space cash registers and check pro- i WholesalePrices I
years. Furnished or unfurnished tectors. Auto Top Shop. 4 door. Hardtop
I
lurnisned Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. '
SALE Completely AC/tire machine
FOR bench
3 unit-apt. hoUse located FORDYCE 8. ASSOCIATES INC. ment. 309 NE 91h St. Phone 376- OFFICE space for rent including FR 2-0963 2727 NW 6th St. welder complete outfit 1 grinder grease, '61 CHEVROLET 4 dr.
, 96 central heating. air conditioning -
front of lot *5' x 200' at 115 N. E. REALTOR & other service station 703 N. Main St. '
utilities and private parking REFINISHED solid I mahogany gun 61 CHEVROLET
St. Price $15,500 net. Can be 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 FOR RENT OR SALE. 1963 trailer
lot. in sw Third St. equipment. Phone 372-2489.
Blond leaf table
round table. drop
financed. F R 664.56.ONE 14 acres N. W. 39th Ave. Star by General. 50 x 10' 1 BR, & 4 chairs. Reupholsteredtrailer FR 6-7571 Convertible

house. 3 units. completely fur. 12 acres N.W.7V4 custom. made. excellent cond. 54 Business Rentals sofa bed. Single hollywood "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV 1 '61 COMET 4 door
nished. Income $2700 year. NW acres S. W. $7450 Can be rented at Orange Lake beds. chests. wash stands, slant yr. guarantee on picture tube. I
Section asking $15,000. Pilon.F 20 acres N. W. 5SOO with Lakeside view or can be front desk. other household items. S3?; refrigerators $25; sofabedand '62. COMET 4 door I i
R 6-3825. 230 acres within 5 ml. of city of moved to trailer park of your FOR LEASE Nearly Nu Furniture Shop. 316 chair S29; sofa bed, $19; Value Rated '63 COMET 4 door 1964 TRIUMPH
2 cam home. Also ad- Gainesville $300.00 per acre. choice In Gainesville ar Ocala Modern air cond. suite of offices. N W. 8th Ave. 376-4S2. new platform rockers 1295. I
d Bedroom. TR4.
lomlng rental property. 200 ft. Call Mary Moeller, Realtor area. See to appreciate. Call Downtown location, near court MACHINE Call Williams Service Center Used Cars '64 COMET Convertible Heafr Wire Wheels.
house and federal building. Ph. SEWING i
frontaoe. 300 block N.E. :3rd 181<< W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 5913001 McIntosh Exchange. Mr. Hawthorne Rd. 3723937. I
372-7943 or 4-0817. 1964 Automatic twin needle zig zag 60 DODGE Was $2895 Is $2667
Ave. Will sell together or sepa IngallS. TWIN mattresses and box springs,, B&G MOTOR CO.
Makes buttonholes
rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 43 Colored Property STORE building 20 X 30 ft. available in new cabinet. 63 ENGLISH FORD 1964 FORD
4752. AIR CONDITIONED 10 x SO" front at 620 S. Main. $50 per overcast applique, sat in 3 snack tables 2 pair curtains ,
HOME fOR SALE: & rear bedroom mobile home mOo Call John Merrill, Realtor.FR stitch fancy designs mends. etc. 1 arm chair and hassock dinetteset Cadillac Oldsmobile Anglia 4dr.. air PS PB,

2 .. 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & swimming pool, also close In 1 21494.SMALL $6 per month. Balance $72. Mi- Including 4 chairs and tab's 2001 NW 13th St. '62 FALCON 2 door AT R&H.
kell's Sewing Machine Service Co with leaf. Call 3721830. I
NOW RENTING SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay room efficiency apt. utll! furn. Was 53095 Is S2887
warehouse with platform tor W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075.
815 '
--
NEW ment. Some small down payment. 15 SW 2nd PI. or phone 3724093. trucks loading unloading In STEREO REK-O-Kut turntable with --- -- 60 FALCON 4 door I 1964 HILLMAN

Monthly payment $57 to city limits. 1132 S. Main St. NEW ana used chain saws, lawn new cartridge perfect condition, '
ONE bedroom house trailer, out 61 FALCON 4 door
air built GAINESVILLEAUTO Super Minx, AT
Furnished one bedroom conditioned $45. Also homes on your Phone 3778433 or 37M173 mowers, edgers tampers light i
side bath suitable for single $50. 1825 N.W. 7th St. PhoneF
for lot for down payment. RiH white willis.'I .
apartments. Ready no plants, cable. WIsconsin Briggs 61 FIAT 2 door
64728
male. light and water furn. quiet '
August 15th and Call TOMMY RIDGELL & Stratton, and used mo SALES
occupancy 56 Business new Was $195 Is $1688
location N. W. Section; $34. Call Opportunities 'I
Builder Phone FR 2-4125 FORD 4 door
September 1st. tors. Rental, sales and service. 61
1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372.956 376-7925. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 1007 N. Main St. 1964 CONSUL
Coy Thomas ADVERTISE IN THE I CORNER GROCERY. Due to ill 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. Phone FR 2.6313 63 FORD 4 door I English Ford 2-dr,
SERVICE DIRECTORY 46 Unfurnished Apts. health long established profitable U' LARSON fiberglass boat with R&H.
grocery for sale at less than TRADE your costly to operate trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235, Northcentrol FlorldasLargest 63 MERCURY
I ONE BEDROOM Duplex Apartment assessed for taxes. Our loss can ELECTRIC water heater and 3911 N. W. 7th St. Breezeway I Was $1695 Is $1567 '
Kitchen furnished. Clean nice be your gain. See at 1203 NW $48 for a new glasslined GAS Dealer 1963 MG
neighborhood. 736 NE 9th St. $60. 5th Ave.MONEY water heater. Much more hot Independent 57 MERCURY I
Available now. FR 22839. water at about half the cost with 12' Plywood fishing boats. Hardtop Mdgt! Radio
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COLOREDRENTALS MAKER. New business. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, $49.50 heater.
GARAGE apartment air conditioned Good location near Shopping ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. '62 METRO I Was $1895 Is $1678
stove and refrigerator furnished Center. THE TACKLE BOX
; $50 per month. 113 NE 20th Call Gladys Smith, Realtor DOWLING'3 UPHOLSTERY BARKLEYMOTORS '63 METRO 1963 MERCURY
Chairs low as $8. No money "The Heart Of East Gainesville-
St. 1228 W. University 3725393 i RIH
i 59 OLDMOBILE 4-dr. sedan. ,
dowllow as $S per month.
Check with CharlieFR
2 BR unfurn. apt. 216 SE 9th St.. ADVERTISE IN THE Free estimates, pickup and delivery '61 OLDS F85 :' AT, PS, PB. j ji
kitchen equipped. Married cou- SERVICE DIRECTORY service. All work guaran- 21791. Was $2695 Is $2343 I
ples, children pets welcome. $65 teed. Phone 376-7786. '63 PEUGEOT
"IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S 1963 OLDSMOBILESuper i
BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW per mo. plus util.! Contact M. L FOR SALE 14 Renegade sailboat, i
AIR CONDITIONER for sale. 9600 63 PLYMOUTH
Shea 372-4353 or 376-2763 evenings. BTU 220 Volt, reasonablebuy. I M yrs. old. fiberglass, excellent THE NAME" 88,

UNDER CONSTRUCTION I TWO bedroom duplex partly furnished SUBLEASE Excellent condition. Call .FR sails beautiful condition. $650. FR 2201 N. Main St. Station Wagon Loaded. .1

I $55 per mo. Call Mrs. Building at 2-0684 after 5. M052. FR 2-4373 62 STUDEBAKERAir i Was $3295 Is $3074
Dunn FR 8047.. FEATHERCRAFT 14' PONTIAC2door.
runabout 1963
REFRIGERATOR full size West. Conditioned
229 W. UNIV. AVE.
elec.
5 ROOM bath. refrig.. stove. rt. starting 25 tvp. motor & I
Inghouse with freezer com a hardtop,
109 SE 4th Ave. Adults, no pets. Next Door to Florida ment. $40. 1S25 N.W. 7th St. trailer.Ph. 376-6507.$350. 3171 NW 12tH Ter. 63 VOLKSWAGEN loaded. II I

$60 per mo. Water turn. Phone Theatre. Phone FR 6-472S. '62 VOLKSWAGEN Was S2995 Is S2787
3724671 or 3n.16JJ. 16' ft. Zimmel, overnighter with VOLKSWAGENMILLER
PHONE 372-0440 T-V antennas. $3 single stack. $7 canvass top, 25 H. P. electric Station Wagon 1963 VALIANT
double stack SI 100 complete kit. motor Gator trailer with new
47 House for Rent Furn. 4-door, V.100. RiH
Jim Voyles. 41* NW 8th Ave. tires.1 $595. FR "' 96 1.
ST.

2 BR, CB home, furn. on Swan 16' NEWSOME fiberglass 40 h.p. CRANELINCOLN Was $1645 Is $1446
Lake. AvaiL Sept., $65 per Mo. CLOSE-OUTS NEW and elec. start motor, good trailer, S 1963 FORD
Call for appt., FR 28352 or GR new top & battery. Bargain $500.
S-sm Meirose. Swan Lake GR 52351. MERCURY Station Wagon. air.4dr .

ONE bedroom' house, suitable for 1 USED GOLF CLUBS : 14' Zimmel, 35 H. P. electric start ., R&H, AT.
person or couple only. $50 per Evinrude; boat, cover, top trail BROWN '!! 516 South Main St. Was '49? l I. $2192.

mo. Hawthorne Road. Phone FR NEW 1963 SALE *r, accessories $<00. FR 6-8848 1963 CHRYSLER
2-4762. : reg. 1030 E. Univ. .IAU' FR 6-2425

STUDENTS 10 room furn. house Louise Suggs MacGregor irons $155 $IIC 71 Camp-Hunt-Fish FR 2-3582 i 300

for rent, newly decorated 9 Marilyn Smith Kro-Flite irons 115 85 2 door R&H PS,
single beds standing now. Lease PB AT.

required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave. Golfcrafr Mangrum irons . 155 110 72 Office Equipment Was $2995 Is S2747 I
with and fanS
Stove hood light
2 Bedrooms S
Archer.
Call 4952375
Large living dining area Double compartment sInkS Burke Woods . . I 104 60 1963 OLDSMOBILE
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds FOR RENT 2 BR house In High Prices SlashedMaking 55'3'oSALE
., Terrazzo Floors Til* window sills Springs partly furn. $50. complet. Golf raft Mangrum woods . 104 85 F-85. Jet Fir. .1
Loaded. 2-door,
Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and ely furn. $55. Mrs. Horace LInch, Wilson Staff woods . . 1C4 85 way for ont of Florida's hardtop.
Large double sliding doer shrubbery 454-1834 High Springs. most complete office mech I In.
.! I
closets Insulated Attic THREE bedroom living room, dining Refinished Wilson Staff woods 78 60 companies. Was $289$ Is $2747

Linen Closets S Close to school and bus stop room. kitchen. 3 porches $75 Used 1962 Spalding Executive 1963 CHEVROLET

SPECIAL: THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE OP INTERIOR COLORS per mo. In Mcintosh. 1 Blk Westof NEW AND USED 2 door, hardtop. AT.
TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. 441. 11 ml. S. of Gainesville. irons & woods sold as Adding machines calculators typewriters RiH. PS PB.
cell 372-5321 or 3275322Take Ph. 591-2921. cash re liters, and check
For appointment set new $284 . . NOW $140 protectors.FR Was $2695 Is $2466

northeast SIts av*. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. ADVERTISE IN THE Used 1962 Ladies Spalding 2-0963 2727 NW 6th St. NOW GOING ON 1963 FIAT
I
SERVICE DIRECTORY 1100 Sedan 4 door
, irons & woods sold as R&H.
73 Musical MerchandiseREPOSSESSEDORGAN
I
set new $260 . . NOW $140 Was $1395 Is $1119
ATRIDGWAY 1953 CHEVROLET I

SERVICESHome The following are made up sets Baldwin Spinet organ with" tone 4 door hardtop, PS. .

complete with golf bag: cabinet. Also used 8-3 Ham PB R&H, AT
mond, 2-61 ncte manuals, 15 note
pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A MOTOR CO. Was $25'!.; Is $2334
1 set Bob Hagey . . $37.50 real bargain. Grldley M u s Ie 1963 MG

And BusinessBookkeeping 1 set by Spalding . . 35.00 Co. 2.5353ANTIQUE Gainesville. Shopping Center.FR 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 1100 R&H.Was .Sedan, 2-door,

1 set by MacGregor . 75.00 upright piano, good con $1695 Is $1557
dition. Call 472-2417. -
1 set by Wilson . .. 125.00 TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS --- .1T --------- -- 1963 RENAULT

Buy now for this fall. Many to 1t-8 R&H.
1 set by Walter Hagen . 35.00 choose from. Instant credit. 4-door sedan.

Plumbing Gainesville Music: Center SEE YESTERDAY'SCLASSIFIED Was $1495 Is $1313
p 1 set by Golfcrafr 125.00
. . 3725421 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. 1963 CHEVROLETImpala

GENERAL Bookkeeping, operating NEW SEWER.. used INSTALLED fixtures complete 1 set by Hagen . . 65.00 WILL transfer to responsible party station wag-
choice of foUr spinet or console i

and records.financial State statements and Federal payroll tax HUGULEY plumbing service Gainesville"BIG"Plumb.JIM 1 set Patty Berg, left hand 60.00 pianos.Spinet Pick up Piano payments trade of back.Wur.Iitzer $3095 on. LeadedWas Is. $1884


Fordyce FEDERAL returns BOOKKEEPING &: Ing, FR M589Upholstery 1 set by Wilson . . 145.00 save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with 1963 PLYMOUTHSport
sound .. motion. pick
up payments -
Ii Assoc. TAX SERVICE I we have a piano to fit SECTION' Fury. 2-dr.,
4 Mt$. I 1251 NW 4th Ave. 3721511Bulldozing CALL PRO SHOP any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO- hardtop 383 Engine

Rr.k.rs _ _ _ UPHOLSTER your tumiture at 702 W Univ Ave 374-0031 AT R&H.
I reasonable prices. Call Sally. FOR OUR Was $2 9* Is $2474
Experienced. FR 4-9SSI. 4241N 372-0961 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals 1963 FIAT
T123' W 13th Ter
: SMALL bulldozer, loader, dump PRIVATE PILOT 600-D door
trucks!. Phone, fill dirt 372-7S46, lime rock. Topsoil RemodelingLandscaping -- ------ ----- --- -- GROUND SCHOOL 5 % AND 5 % SALE I sedan I

.
Gainesville's newest and most F.A.A. Approved Sanderson AudioVisual W. $9P Is (867

DO YOU NEED Florida room extra .. luxurious apartment building .. Ground School Course. 1963 SUNBEAMAlpine

f _ _ _ room, more room, root work Starting week of Aug. 17., 1964.
information
For complete call Radio.
LANDSCAPE SERVICE or maybe a complete new home? ,i, LAKESHORETOWERS FR 2-4351, Cassels In the Air, RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. heater
For a tree estimate. & guaranteed Inc. Municipal Airport.Automotive.
Grass-Sod-Garden W. $2295 I
Main-Nursery work phone Cart C.Appliance e $1997

Repair 6' stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Waters. 3724049.EXPERIENCED. ; 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 1963 VOLVO
NURSERY
. ..:.
. Landscape Co. CARPENTER '1SOO Electric, over-
Air Conditioning FR *-'51' for free estimate Paint and repair Jobs performed by NOW LEASING drive. Air.
carpenter who loves his fred.j .. Wa $JtO e I. <<996
t Lawnmower Service CALL FR 6-4907 1963 VALIANT
HANDYMAN SHOP
A 1
-
In aIr conditioning end Ap.pllance 1964 V200. 4-1oor sedan,
PInt .
repairs. We sell guaranteed r dependable L. Lawnmower service Shop 105 to.feel SW.and. Sewing Machine Repairs CLEARANCE SALE AT, R&H

washers refrigerators etc 2nd Ave. We sharpen vts. scissors 'u_ 'wwc l. $17815

__.fK_ __6-_267._ _ _ and repair small electric CAL.L- E"'ING CO. $15 MACHINE W. UnIversityAuto SERVICE 1962 RIJICK

Glass motor- Ave. 376-1075. we repair all 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s 4-do'sr,
Maku Work fully puargnteed FORD
Leaded.was .
AUTO-GLASS; is our only busSSun Want Ads TELEVISION CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS coc: r. $2JI

pas Immediate Installation HARDTOPS
free pickup & delivery. Add
beauty A value to your car.AAAULDWS Get ResultsMortgage PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL $1 1964
AUTO GLASS CO. per Inch plus $10 to Install moat CLEARANCE

_323 M.w. tth St. FR_62551.Auto .__ _ _ tubes.Reconditioned I Year TV Warranty.tram t*Special_IS. FIAT

Equipment Broker THE.1 VARIETY S.E. 1st Ave.STORE "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE

_ _ _ _ _ _ 4 Technician' with $4 years ex- 1100
HYDRAULIC ,JACKS rebuilt 4 MORTGAGE MONEy perience *n all makes.Ji'veartT 'SALE FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 ,
kits for Terms SEDAN
exchanged; Repair cent Interest. /QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES

Walker Walker Jacks. Hydraulic Factory I authorized Jack BUY BUILD REFINANCE I SERVICE LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00 30 M.P.G.
ServIce Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Call AH Channel Antenna Kit $1495
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE S Swimming POOl Recreation Room

Main FR "'497 42m N. W. 10th Ph. 3723177 Acres ef Picnic Grounds Central HeatS YOUR PRICE 00000 $1695Include.
I
PItA SHAW
and conventional at lowest
Central Air Co**. Laundry Facilities
Appraisal Servie current rates. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEAN KG
years. Will gladly discuss at no e> Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop ChuteS

obligation. Call tomorrow. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
ARMOLD
"RED REAiTOR J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor! and waxed houses washed. 10 Full Factory
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 31 N. Main St. F1W FR 2-4494 yrs. experience. Free estimates. 3 Elevators & 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTY EquipmentBARKLEY

Phone FR *5fSS.

TJ19_ __-W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 371-3512- FHA FRED AND REALTOR B.CONVENTIONAl.LOANS ARNOLD PHONE 376-4456 SEETHE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT


FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT KEETER
Sun Want Ads
12" W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-33J2
__
S Want Ads (24 Hour Service) MOTORS
un GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA
and conventional loans. Low SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY POOLE-GABLE I

rate*. Term to 25 veers. 122 2306 S.W. 13th ST.- U.S. HWY. 441 238 W. University I 2201 N. Main St.
Get Results W. Univ. Av*. 37J-539X Get Results Open Til 9 p.m.

FORDYCE F. H. A.REALTORS. a.ASSOCIATES.Conv. Leans INC. Butler Bros. BUILDERS Phone FR 6-5371 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE_ 372-4343 I Sun. Til 6 p.m.


126 W. Univ. 376-123 .

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18 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, August 11, 1964

yy slM'x Broad Critical Kids Help JFK
Sillveyf.t GOP's Grand Old Man'
J

I IOf Justice, Kennedy's AimBy Library WithBackyard Celebrates 90th Birthday.,

Golf NEW YORK (AP) Herbert physician called his general
ANTHONY LEWIS Department of Justice." As its Hoover celebrated his 90th health "good for a man of 90."
,2foui $nrfe uftmr3! first head he named Prof. SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (AP) birthday at a luncheon with I Hoover has suffered a series
NEW YORK Attorney Gen- James Vorenberg of the Harvard They're calling "fore!" in a friends and a dinner with his of illnesses, starting with a
eral Robert F. Kennedy an- Law School.No backyard where an 11-year-old family.It gall-bladder attack six yean
up nounced Monday the creation of attempt was made by girl has opened a 9-hole golf was a quiet celebration
an Office of Criminal Justice to Kennedy to define preciselythe I course to raise money for the Monday for the nation's oldest ago.President Johnson, Gov. Nelson .
take a broadly critical look at duties of Prof. Vorenbergand John F. Kennedy Memorial Li.living former president. His I A. Rockefeller of New York
the fairness and effectivenessof his staff. They will have a brary. suite in the WaldorfAstoriaHotel and the governors of 15 other
federal law enforcement.The free ranging assignment to Linda Ward teamed with her Towers was decorated states designated the day Herbert -
{ new office, Kennedy said,I improve the handling of such ,I and there was a big birthdaycake. Hoover Day and thousandsof
will help "insure that the department brothers, Robert, 8, and John 6 I I
matters federal
as arrest,
the messages poured into his
and two playmates to completethe
x' over which I presideis provision of counsel to the poor He was up and about and his suite.
8 wb more than a Department of and psychiatric examination of "course" in two days. _. __u______ _
Prosecution and is in fact the prisoners.The I Linda borrowed putters and
I 'golf balls from her parents, Mr.:
Fe Named TrusteeOf idea of the office is to and Mrs. Robert Ward. Neighbors -I!,[
have an official group that is LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
r
.6 zG; rY/s R contributed cookies and
not concerned with
day-to-day
x4 University soft drinks for the "19th hole." I
___ law enforcement and can takea i
k ax"3 8 Foundation more dispassionate and perhaps Neighborhood children pay 10
: more skeptical look from cents a game. So far Linda has;:
Robert Gregg, former vice-outside. It will also be open to collected about $14 for the Ii-'I
president of U. S. Steel Corporation -comment and complaint from brary to be constructed in:
and more recently consul-persons not in government. Cambridge, Mass. I I
tant to the University of Flor-
ida Department of Industrial I: DRY CLEANERS INSTANT CREDIT NON To TRANSFERABLE Holders of Nat. Credit Cards

Engineering, yesterday was appointed -I ., a (Many Other Businesses Too)
Mental Heealh GiftA to the Board of Trus- Youll save money on tht special package insurance
I plans we have for certain businesses.Y04Ir premiumis
f tees of the University of Florida I
discounted when we group your present pellcio
six-volume reference work entiled "The Encyclopaedia of Mental Health"was Foundation. j jI|i ,: start into *saving single now.Kirkpatrick package. plan. Call tomorrow and
presented to the Gainesville Public Library Friday by the Alachua Coun- Gregg has been president of, '. & Edmonson
ty Mental Health Association. Mrs. Homer E. Dunlap (left), reference librarian Atlantic Steel Company and
accepted the books presented by Mrs. Frank Lee, and Sidney lIartin'ice president of the Tennessee1 Insurance, Inc. 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 3721489McDUFF
president and president of the association. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) Coal, Iron and Railroad Co. j ,? 31 ri. MAIN ST.___PH. 372-8438 -1 I .











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