Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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t. 1,000 Troops in Copters Assault Viet Cong

By MALCOLM W. BROWNE lieutenant slumped dead at his Saigon. Irvin and his crew the operation got under way (This correspondent was away from under their canopyof ted four rockets into the jungle
controls.A escaped injury. again. knicked on the face by flying foliage. and pulled out at low altitude.
XA BA HAO, Viet Nam (AP) "It's nice for the Viet Cong metal). Returning to Saigon from the "Damn, that was a hairy ma-

One of the largest helicopter 50-caliber( armor-piercing Every available helicopter this way," a crewman said. Troop-carrying helicopters second lift, helicopters again neuver," Estes said laughing.
machinegun bullet had passed half of South Viet Elsewhere, the Saigon government
assaults of the South Viet Nam the southern "Our spotter planes have given touched down about six seconds, drew murderous fire.
the windshield the
war was hurled today against a through as Nam was rounded up for the op- them fair warning. They'veseen to unload their claimed today that its
reported concentration of some helicopter was making a straf- eration. the sky black with chop- just long enough Near the same place Tuesday, forces killed 42 guerrillas in the
ing pass and pierced his heart. men. Only a few troops reported the Viet Cong hit a government Mekong Delta province of Dinh ,
in and have
3,000 Communist Viet. Cong a pers, now they a cou-
jungle area.Ninetysix. "He was the seventh pilot in But the morning started poor- ple of hours to pack up at enemy contact"In outpost, killing 11 defenders and Truong, 30 miles south of Saigon
our class of 50 to be killed in ly. The helicopters and the Viet- leisure." this mess of jungle, there capturing 19 rifles. Monday and Tuesday. It said 16

Vietnamese and Viet Nam," Capt. Robert Estesof namese Air Force fighters that In the jungle, scores of smoke could be 2,000 or 20,000 Viet Estes, his face tense with an- government troops were killed.

U.S. Army helicopters carried Anson, Maine, said. were to have blasted rockets bursts erupted, and tracers Cong hiding, and we'd never see ger, pushed his helicopter into a About 20 miles southeast of
nearly 1,000 Vietnamese troops Another armed helicopter, into the assault zone had to turn arched up at the helicopters. them," an American paratroop power dive straight at the spot Saigcn early today, the Viet

into the attack. flown by Maj. Ralph Irvin of away when heavy ground fog Machineguns in the fast-moving adviser said angrily.But where the Communist tracers Cong reportedly captured eight

Minutes after the assault be- Redding, Calif., also was shot rolled in. helicopters chattered, and rock- Viet Cong antiaircraft were spurting, his four machi- government soldiers at an out-

gan, a young U.S. Army first up badly but limped back to It was nearly 9:30 ajn. before ets roared from their pods. batteries continued to hammer neguns blazing away. He blas post in Go Cong Province.

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! In Favor of the DamBy 'Extremists No ,

NORM LaCOE, Sun Staff Writer

About a dozen persons appeared yesterday at a public hearingon
the proposed Prairie Creek dam below Newnans Lake to offer Prairie Creek Structure Says GoldwaterDisavows

views and criticisms mostly favorable.The .

hearing was called by the county Recreation and Water Cost Need DetailedKarl
Conservation and Control Authority.The ,
authority which, sponsored construction of a dam below
Orange Lake, wants to build the structure on Newnans Lake and
foresees construction of a third dam below Lochloosa Lake. Lundgren, speaking as a sportsman and property owner, ;.. .>
All are designed to stabilize the water level, holding it up during presented a petition favoring the dam. He said the signatures I.. .

periods of low rainfall. included most property owners around the lake. Support Of :\
Wade Hampton, charmian, told the audience the Newnans Lake Lungren asked whether the proposed dam would increase the t.. '.
dam would stabilize the water level at 66.8 feet, the average level danger of damage during a major flood.C. ,
over the past several years. He said the level now varies several A. Pound Jr., authority member, said the dam would raise All TypesHERSHEY '
feet during the year. the maximum water level "less than one-tenth of a foot.

He said about 50,000 persons are using the lake each year at Mrs. Grace McIntosh, appearing as an individual and for the Pa. (APRepublican ) -
the county park and boat ramp alone. League of Women Voters, asked about costs. She was told: presidential nominee Bar-
Hampton said the authority expects to have $50,000 available -The benefit to users offsets the cost of building the dam. Goldwater disavowed
the fiscal Oct. 1 of which the lake with unstable water level. ry I
during year starting $35,000 is for Many persons cannot use an tremists of the left and right
construction of the dam. The rest is set aside for land acquisitionor -The maintenance cost will be $100 to $200 a year. today, and promised, if he wins
other See DAM on Page 9,
expenses. ( the presidency, to consult in ad-

vance with former President
Eisenhower on appointments to

RedistrictFight Turkish Planes Fly Over key"I Cabinet seek the posts.support of no ex- '

tremists of the left or the .
Looms right," Goldwater told a closed- :,,'>-'. .
door summit conference of Re-
UN PleaNICOSIA publican leaders he had sum- -
Cyprus Despite
In Senate unity.moned here in a bid for party

WASHINGTON AP) Sen- Cyprus (AP) both Tuesday and today, and where Greek and Turkish Cypriot Goldwater said he was confi-
ate battle lines formed today Turkish jet planes cruised low demanded that they quit it. forces are observing a cease dent there would be no "so-

over efforts to tie a legislative on reconnaissance missionsover Premier George Papandreou'sAthens fire after heavy fighting last called extremist takeover of the
northwest warned Tur- party. R/ 5
rider to the Cyprus today government week.
coattails of the foreign aid bill. only a few hours after the U.N. key that any further violationsof President Makarios said his His statement was distributedin {
Security Council appealed to all Greek air space "would com- Greek Cypriots would fight advance.In .
Administration leaders saw .- nations to end flights over Cy pel Greece to act accordingly." "alone or with others" to preserve it, he said that if elected I
little prospect of heading off a prus. Police in Morphou, 25 miles their rule of Cyprus, in a president, he will consult Eisen-
long floor fight on the rider Placard-carrying Greek Cyp- west of Nicosia, sounded the air broadcast Tuesday that under- z I II

sponsored by Senate Republican riots demonstrated outside the raid alarm.A scored a rift with Greece. Additional political stor-

leader Everett M. Dirksen. U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, shout- loud explosion was heard While Makarios rallied his ies on Page 3. -.:;- -- ,
Unless a compromise can be ing for the 400 or so Americansin from the direction of Xeros people in the nationwide broad- I

reached, final action on the bill Cyprus to get out. Port, six miles farther west. cast, Athens radio said Greek hower former Vice President Where's Gainesville? i I

may not come until late next "Murderers, get out," they United Nations headquartersin Cypriots launched an offensive Richard, M. Nixon "and other ,

week, killing any prospect for yelled, expressing a convictionthat Nicosia confirmed the reap- against Turkish Cypriot posi- experienced leaders seasoned in Motorists headed south on 175tho decide to stop in
the adjournment of Congress Na-in both the United States and pearance of Turkish planes buta tions in northwest Cyprus Aug. 5 world affairs" before naming Gainesville after all had better get off here even though I I
advance of the Democratic Britain supported the Turkishair spokesman said first informa- without consulting Greece. secretaries of defense or state, the sign says Williston. There's no more exits until
tional Convention which opens in raids last weekend. "Get tion only told of one Turkish jet Turkey responded with four or other key national! security Micanopy. This sign near the Williston Cutoff interchange I
Atlantic City a week from Mon- out, you sons of donkeys. fighter flying low over the Turk- days of air attacks on Greek posts.Goldwater. marks the last exit to Gainesville (and Willis- i

day.The Banners demanded: "Yankeesgo ish-held village of Kokkina. Cypriot territory. said his foreign ton) even though it doesn't say so. There is a Gainesville I
foreign aid bill sufferedtwo home. Britons go home. sign but it doesn't into view until the driver
The Morphou alert lasted Athens radio said the Greek policy would be patterned uponEisenhower.s come ;
setbacks Tuesday. A government spokesman in more than an hour. Citizens said Cypriots broke an agreement in and continued: has turned off the main road. (Sun Photo by Tommy
First the Senate trimmed Ankara said the Turkish jets two Turkish jets roared over failing to get Greece's approvalof "If all this amounts to an impulsive Lewis). II i
million from the $3,516- had taken off before receipt of
several times, apparently flying the military campaign.It and trigger-happy approach -
asked by President the council's request to all nations -
700,000 thenI
between Morphou and Xeros. to foreign policy,
Johnson and approved by the to stop flights over Cy- said Greek Premier George fear the English language has Aid Bill
Turkish jet fighters carriedout Foreign
cable to
House. The action came on a 50- prus. He said they were fighters Papandreou sent a lost its meaning."
35 vote adopting an amendmentby ordered to photograph but daily attacks on Greek Makarios saying: "I expressmy Goldwater said the numberone
Morse, D-Ore. not to strafe or bomb Greek Cypriot villages in northwest deepest sorrow because we
Sen. Wayne the Re-
campaign problem
This reduction, added to a $50 Cypriot positions or troop move- Cyprus from last Friday until have agreed differently"and you publicans face is "the totally Dealt Double Blow

million cut recommended by the ments. Monday. have acted differently. wrong view our opponents will

SENATE on Page 2)) Greece charged that the Tuesday, Turkish planes con- Greek Cypriot Foreign Minister try to din into the mind of every
(See Turks also flew over the Greek fined their flights to reconnais- Spyros Kyprianou flew to American voter namely that I
0'rw tJnrk CtmjpS Both of these setbacks
islands of Crete and Rhodes, sance over the Kokkina region Athens Tuesday and met with the election of a Republican By E. W. KENWORTHY late in the afternoon, and came they I

Turlington Papandreou according to Ath- president in November will took the Democratic leaders by I
ens radio. Later, the Greek gov- somehow lead to war." WASHINGTON The Senate surprise.
Voter Hours issued communique "This is the political dealt President Johnson's foreign
Registration ernment a supreme Only a few hours earlier the
To Meet WithEducators pledging full support to Greek lie, and we've got to label it for aid bill two harsh blows leaders had been able to turn
of another what it is," Goldwater said. Tuesday.
Cypriots in case back
by a vote of 52 to 37 an
Extended Some EveningsExtended Turkish attack. The Arizona senator said a First, it accepted by a vote of amendment by Morse which
"In view of the barbaric (See BARRY on Page 2)) 49 to 35 an amendment by Sen.
Morse D-Ore. to cut (See FOREIGN AID
hours have been 9 to 5 Saturday, Oct. 3, last Turkish bombing of the noncom- Wayne on Page 9)
State Representative Ralph scheduled by Mrs. Alma K. legal day when registration is batant population, the Athens AstronautsGo the authorization bill to $3.25
Turlington of Alachua County Bethea, supervisor of voting permitted. Under law, registration 1} billion. This was $216.7 million Negroes PlanMore ,
(See CYPRUS on Page
Gov. DesertRENO less than the Relation
by to
been appointed
has registration, so that qualified books must close 30 days I
Farris Bryant as a delegate to persons can register to vote in prior to election day, which Committee approved and $266.7 Tests
the Southern Regional Educa- the would Nev. (AP) Ameri million less than the President
general election, November make Sunday, Oct. 4, the I
tional Board's 13th annual Leg 3. last day to register. Registration WHERE TO ca's third crop of space travelers requested. Of RestaurantsST.

islative Work Conference in Evening registration is sched- is not permitted on Sunday sticking close to the groundthis Second, the Senate approved,
Va., Aug. 2729. IT week, headed into the west- 49 to 38 amendment Sen. .
Williamsburg uled 11 times, in addition to the setting the closing day FIND an by AUGUSTINE (AP) Negroes
by the Legislative ern Nevada desert today to Karl E. Mundt R-S. D. to in-
Sponsored 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. hours Monday back to Saturday.New planned today to test
Advisory Council of the SREB, through Friday.The Comics . . .20 sweat it out among the wildlife crease the interest charged on more restaurants for integrationunder
the event is expected to draw registration office in the residents must have Classified . .2225O and sagebrush. development loans. The effect the civil rights law.
more than 150 state legislatorsand court house will be lived in Florida one year and Entertainment . .22 They'll be 30 miles from civilization would be to make many of these the I
During two
educators from 16 Southern till in Alachua County six monthsin Obituaries . eo 2 with only two quarts of loans as "hard" as those by the past days of
9 the
m. next threeFrida's tests have been
states. open and p. order to be eligible to vote. Opinion Page . 5 water and a survival kit until International Bank for Recon- they served at
; on Sept. 3,11,14, 10 restaurants and
of this ear's confer- . 15-19 wish turned away
Theme > Sports Friday. If the astronauts to struction and Development (the
18, 21, 25, 28, and Thursday, Other registration require- from four. There
ence is "Vocational-Technical Oct. 1.The ments can be explained by per- Women's . 12 eat, they'll have to forage food World Bank) and the U n i t ed dents. were no inci
Education and the Community and animals. States Export Import Bank.
from plants -
office also will be open sons at the registration office. The Negroes were armed with
Prof. Robert R. Wiegman of a federal court injunction issuedin I

the College of Education will Jacksonville ordering 17 eat-
represent the University of Racial Sprees Break Out in N.J. ing places to serve Negroes.
Florida. Other Florida delegates Service in some places, however

Include President Joseph was given with silent pro-
Fordyce of Central Florida
Junior College. in Ocala, Sen. ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) hood; tossing bottles. Negroes were reported in Paterson. At rested after they allegedly A short time later another test.Signs in at least two restaur-
Wilson Carraway of Leon Negroes in Paterson and both smashed a tavern window, police least three store windows were threw a bottle from a car. A Ne- bomb was thrown through the ants read: "Money received

County, and Lee Hen:'-rson rep- Negro and white youths in Eliz- said, and a Negro man was smashed. gro man was arrested in Pater- window of a SpanishAmericangrocery. from Negroes will be donated toGoldwater's
with Mayor Graves said a dozen son on a disorderly persons There was no fire. "
resenting the Junior College abeth went on violent sprees charged looting. campaign fund.
Division in the State Dept. of Tuesday night in which gasoline Paterson Mayor Frank X. Negro youths boarded a bus and charge. Down the street a clothing Another restaurant displayeda
Education. bombs, rocks and empty bottles Graves said today, "We have smashed its windows. Paterson is about 15 miles store was broken into and the sign on the front door saying
there fires started in Elizabeth west of New York City and owner said some suit were tak-
Governor Albertis S. Harri- were hurled, store windows every reason to believe Two were that no out of state residentswill
son Jr., of Virginia, chairmanof smashed and one store was loot- will be further trouble. We are firms with gasoline Elizabeth is 20 miles south of en.Fifty be served. This was an apparent -
the SREB, and Dr. Andrew prepared for further trouble to- bombs and a third was started Paterson. Elizabeth policemen avoid
to the in-
D. Holt, president of the Uni- ed.The outbreaks began first in night"In under the front porch of a white Police said the trouble in Eliz- sped to the area and dispersed terstate attempt clause ,
Ttrsity of Tennessee, will be Paterson and, as order was re Elizabeth, acting Police Di- residents' home facing an inte- abeth began at 11:30 p.m. when about 200 Negroes. Police then which the commerce civil on
principal speakers along withnationallyknown stored there flared up in Eliza- rector Michael D. Roy said he grated public housing project.One a gasoline bomb burst on the turned their attention to youths accommodations rights section act's public
educators.The beth. Both are major industrial did not believe the disturbanceswere store was looted. sidewalk outside a closed tav- roaming in cars. was
conference was initiated cities In northeastern New Jer- racially motivated, but No serious injuries were reported The disturbances broke out on hinged.
by the SREB to give legislatorsof were the work of "a group of in either city. ern.As three fire engines roaredto the perimeter of Pioneer There have been rumors here

the region a yearly refresher sey.Elizabeth police said three young guys out for a lark." Four persons were arrested in the scene a second gasoline Homes, a blocksquare group of about turning i many eating
course in new areas of higher cars carrying white youths ca- Police appeared to be in con-' Elizabeth. A Negro man wac accused bomb crashed through the win- publicly financed apartment places into private clubs to
education as they specifically reened through the streets of a trol in both cities. of looting a clothing store dow of the tavern and started a buildings for lowincomeSee avoid public accommodations
affect the South. predominantly Negro neighbor- Twelve separate incidents and three white youths were ar- small fire. ( RACIAL on Pace 2)) sections of the, law.

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C-hiie--C' t Ties to Cuba r You always SAVE MORE at .: i i

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -. weeks before Chile's voters are dor Allende, a Communist- said it would retaliate with a!
Only three Latin American na-, to choose a new president. A hot backed Socialist who is cam- nationwide strike. No date has i I
lions remained on diplomatic issue in the campaign is whether -paigning for president on a been revealed. t j
terms with Cuba today after, U.S. corporations, especially soak-the-Americans platform.The The break with Havana was 1
.Chile severed relations with Fi"tie -. copper companies, should be other leading candidate is the first under sanctions voted:
Castro's Communist regime. taken over by the Chilean government Christian Democrat Eduardo by the foreign ministers of the I UNITEDIOUOR
Chile's move isolates Cuba from Frei, a moderate leftist. Although Organization of American!
nil its neighbors except Uruguay Some diplomatic observershere an advocate of reforms, States July 25 in Washington.The I 1HENRY'S
Bolivia and Mexico. think the break with Cuba Frei has not suggested that the OAS demanded that all,
The break came only three will hurt the chances of Salva- government[ take over U.S. cor- Latin American countries sever I

porations. both diplomatic and trade ties I
After the break was announced -
with Cuba. Although the Chilean I
Chile's biggest labor announcement said nothing'
Mexico on SpotIn organization, the Communist- about stopping trade it is expected
.. dominated Central of Workers, that such a move will oc LIQUORS

Cuba Break More AboutRacial cur.Last:: year's trade between NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS:

Chile and Cuba was valued at
about $10 million. Trade so far'I WALDO ROAD at N.E. 8th AVE.

MIAMI (AP) Chile's diplomatic -. Mexico has said it will break this year is at about the same Across From Citizens: ; Field
break with Fidel Castroputs I relations only if the World Court I level.

Mexico on the spot, in th: in The Hague upholds legality of From Page Commenting on the Chilean Corner North Main & 10th A vel
,.view of Cuban exile leaders. the OAS sanctions. :action, a U.S. spokesman said in

:Many in the refugee colon. Mario Seiglie, head of Revolutionary groups. Negroes, Puerto Ricans 'Washington; "We are naturally
..believed that Chile's action I Unity Movement, a and some whites live in the proj- J pleased." ACROSS FROM GAINESVI-LLE SHOPPING CENTERPHONE
Tuesday would be followed b y large anti-Castro organization,
severance of ties by Bolivia and l said "there is hope" that Mexico ect.In Paterson, an estimated 110
Uruguay. will sever ties with Castro policemen, helmeted and carrying Mrs. Bethea :

"Surely Mexico will not turn l after Gustavo Diaz Ordaz becomes nightsticks, covered a 25quareblock 76Seagram's 9960 1

Its back on the rest of the hemi. president in January. area breaking up Sues Sun
sphere," said Ernesto Freyre,, "President (Adolfo) Lopez::: groups of young Negroes where ,.
foreign relations coordinator 01!f[ Mateos wants a neutralist position -ever they congregated.
the Cuban Representation ir I like Yugoslavia," he said. The first report of trouble For Million IMPORTED SCOTCHTEACHERS ,
'Exile, which claims to be z I "Lopez Mateos aspires to win came as about 200 Negro teenagers Extra Dry

.Central body for the antiCastrccolony. I the Nobel Peace Prize, and thento left a city-sponsored (Reprinted from Tuesday's lat. .
become secretary-general of f dance. tdition)
Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay and I the United Nations." Mayor Graves said the youths A $1 million suit for alleged r Mr. Boston Rockin' Chair HAIG & HAIG

Mexico, only western hemisphere Joaquin Godoy, of the Pe obricks began hurling empty bottles and libel has been filed by Alma K. -BLENDRELSfCA STAR
republics main taining: pIe's Revolutionary Movement, at a passing police car. Bethea, supervisor of voting VODKA Regular $7.15 fifth
Twelve boarded bus
Negroes a ,
embassies in Havana, voted in I a segment of the Revolutionary registration for Gainesville and
knocked the hat off one of four k
the Organization of American I Alliance, which has promised to Alachua County against the
and smashed
Cuban soil, passengers win- Gainesville Publishing Co., Inc.,
States against diplomatic and I carry warfare to dowse 99
economic sanctions for Cuba. commented: All available street policemen publisher. of the GainesvilleSun. 299fifth

"Even if all countries break, converged on the Negro district., it FREE
r he fact remains that freedom rerouting buses around Governor The suit, asking $500,000 in 9 5th RsD
::\ ore About :>if Cuba must come from inside street and blocking off the compensatory damages plus

-' t:uba.: street to all traffic. $500,000 in punitive damages, Reg. $4.60 HOME DELIVERYfrom ,

Civil rights leaders complained was filed yesterday in the 1 PINT up CASE
Barry of police brutality, high Eighth Judicial Circuit Courtin CASE (On Our Advertised Prices)
Man Awaits unemployment and poor housing Gainesville.Mrs. .
r From Page 1 In n the city.Graves Bethea, through her at- $35.75 $59.75 =_
Hearing denied that racial torney, Richard J. Wilson, con-
Goldwater administration "will Assault CaseA discrimination: existed in Pater- tends she was libeled in an i IMPORTED HjOUSCOf
mean an immediate return to son!; a city of 143,000 residents, editorial published in the Sun Stuart
the proven policy of peace Negro man was transferred :about 40,000 of whom are Ne-, last :March 22. 1\\ m Spanish Wine Des&ond
which iooin.o.i.a
through strength was I lo; County Jail yesterday to i groes. She contends she suffered I / Ad Scotch Duff
hallmark of the Eisenhower Elizabeth has 107,000 resi- : 86:::'fkY'
await arraignment on two permanent injury as a result ...
3,' ars. charges of breaking and enter-I dents and 18 per cent are Ne- of the editorial. i nBROOKS
C ro.. & HALE
He added: Calvert Extra Reg.
if he's ing and intent to commit rape. groes. The editorial concerned alleged 9q '
.Every president,
PSW Biniuii
worth his salt, will pick his own Ulie Boyd, 30, of 410 NE 19th irregularities in the ballot. Four Roses (OLDCROW $1.89 ..... Ten Year OldStraight
Cabinet. He must pick his own Drive was charged with separ- More About ing in the primary election; nouse of BourbonStuart
associates for the top echelon of ate rape attempts on the same March 17. 3 fifths
I as- Negro woman July 17 and Aug- A grand jury was conveneda
government. However, can *! SCOTt*
would not ust 1.Both. few days later to investigate.1 I WHISKTstsrsss
that I apeP91nt Reg.
sure you terReg.. $5.20
anyone to the offices of times the woman woke The jury found what it called 1095 1 CASE 399CASE

secretary of state, or secretary up and her assailant ran off, From PageSenate 1 irrigularities in many registra-I $47.75 $6.50
Of'.defense or other critical na- police said. On one occasion he tions. Circuit Judge $43.75
tional security posts until I have had gotten in the bed where the Foreign Relations Com- Patten subsequently refused to!

first discussed my plans for woman was asleep, police mittee, slashed the bill $266.7 expunge the jury's findings, as:: IMPORTED SCOTCH

those appointments with Gen. charged. million bones" below request.the Supporting original "bare the sought by attorney Wilson. .I\ ri K (15ENtLEM.AIII
Eisenhower, Dick Nixon and After thorough investigation -
a Two law suits rose from the
slash were 31 Democrats and 19 CUTTY SARK 6-Yr. Old Straight BourbonKing's
leaders -
other experienced Gainesville Police Chief W. snarl. In both cases, judges refused
soned in world ,affairs." D.'Joiner.said there was no apparent Republicans, while 26 Democrats to overturn election 're-!'
as:'. ';/ ':and 9' Republicans opposed i Ransom 10 HIGH Bourbon
connection between"Boyd itShortly suits on the basis of irregulari
and a Negro who recently at- ties.
:.,Has Objection.To tacked white women.Ceylon afterward, the program -_ J. B. RARE
suffered what Sen. J. W. Carioca Rum
:. Encyclical Fulbright, D-Ark., its floor man Plan to Push CUHY5\RI

Dr. W. A. CllrSNewpapers ager, described as a much more
'Visser't Hooft, general secre- crippling blow. The Senate Travel on AlA SCOTS--WH1SiC- 99 95 iiTYKwCK Y+
:Tary of the World Council of weighted the bill with an ;:S Re9 3 Reg. $4.60
amendment that would raise interest i |
Churches Pope encyclical
says r
indicates Christian uni- COLOMBO, Ceylon AP) rates on all development (AP) Super speed highways'have 'i ....slSd $7.75 CASE

3y is still a long way off. Ceylon's press faces new con loans abroad, including those taken a lot of traffic off,: __;;_:.,- fifth fifths $39.75G'
trols aimed at curbing concentration under the Alliance for : -cr---
Progress scenic AlA which
,Dr. Visser't Hooft, whose organization runs along
represents 209 Protestant of newspaper ownershipand program in Latin America. the Atlantic Ocean from Fer-i
criticism of the .
Anglican and Orthodox govern Administration leaders were nandina Beach to Miami Beach.
denominations, said Tuesday it ment. hopeful the cut will be partially Businessmen along the ocean-! Grand Easrcrne
:eras "encouraging" that the Prime Minister Sirimavo Ban- restored, and that the interest side route are now looking for: 'In Siaprams: a Nl/ New York State
the necessity deranaike approved Tuesdaythe amendment can be eliminatedor
'Pope emphasized ways to get it back through a
of continued dialogue among all establishment of a press I modified in a meeting of Sen new association. I and ChampagneReg.
'Christians. council and tribunal to carry out ate and House conferees to iron Directors of the Jacksonville

But he added: the recommendations of a three-I out differences in the two bills. Beach Chamber of Commerce I, Vodka BOURBON DeLUXEBOURBON
"The concept of dialogue man study commission.The But they admittedly saw little endorsed the movement Tuesday -; 1
which the encyclical develops is commission suggestedthat hope of avoiding a long fight and suggested as a slogan SUPREMEGLENMORE
not quite the same as that whichwe the tribunal draft a code of over Dirksen's rider that would "Scenery Instead of Speed." I

have used and practiced for ethics for newspapers, fix prices be aimed at slowing down court- Leaders of the movement plan: 79 ;J<, STRAIGHT 29
many years in the ecumenical and advertising rates, license ordered reapportionment ol a meeting at Cocoa Sept. 21 to
movement. According to the encyclical reporters and pave the way for both houses of state legislatureson form the association to promote: 2
dialogue is mainly a the nationalization of Ceylon's a population basis. AlA travel. I!
'.form of communication of the largest newspaper group, Asso- 1050
truth which the Roman Catholic ciated Newspapers of CeylonLtd. 5th

Church holds." @ futuartes 3 fifths .
$ 95 CASE
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RO-OBIT Irene Gardiner Quitman McDougald and Neil i CADILLAC CLUB
M Word has been received hereof Crocker I

ae/aa the death of Mrs. Irene Tin-I Williams Thomas Funeral; IMPORTED CANADIAN WHISKEY Tom Moore :
.-.. / 1W/Wr dal Gardiner, 47, formerly of Home is in charge. p
.... Gainesville, who died last Friday I OLD HICKORY '
raeawa / w 1'a in DeFuniak Springs. Serv- GLADYS BOCKLER BOND
'rhr'Nat7l ices and burial were in Enter- Mrs. Gladys Hewitt Bockler,J
: ZONES .- prise, Ala. 65, died today at her home following -, --.- EZRA BROOKS STRAIGHT KY. BOURBON -
: B, C, D Partly cloudy Mrs. Gardiner at one time an extended illness. I .. .
: to cloudy with mainly after- operated a drapery shop in Mrs. Bockler. of 3214 NW I STRAIGHT BOURBON ToxMoou '
noon and evening thunder'm 4 ..al Gainesville. 13th St., was an employe of i 80 3
:, showers through Thursday. a R 1 1 Survivors include two sons, Chesnut's Office Equipment;I i -:
: Low tonight the 70s. SouthE \ t, Lamar and DeWayne Willis, Co. She was born in Nassau,: Regular 399 3 --
: westerly winds 15 to 25 miles both in the service, two sisters Minn., and moved here 16: $6.25 fifth fifth $1095 .
: per hour diminishing some tonight I and six brothers. years ago. She was a member, $47.85 5th '
possibly beco m i n g S i i MRS. IVA OWNBEY of the First Methodist Churchof TOM MOORE

northerly Thursday. Winds S, t Funeral services will be held Gainesville. ..
higher in showers.A H ,i.. tomorrow; at 3 p. m. for Mrs. Rev. W. H. Lewis will officiate ". "

Partly cloudy with widely scattered .. 1 Iva Elizabeth Ownbey, 66, of at services 11 a. m. Friday: r FULL HEUBLEIN.
thundershowers Thursday. No Important Alachua, who died yesterday at the First Methodist Church.
Ti temperature to 78. Mostly change southwest Low winds tonight .. following an extended illness. Survivors include: her hus-l' CLUB COCKTAILS

19 E.to F 11, miles G. H,per I hour.- Partly cloudythrough .oyy Mrs. Ownbey, a housewife, band, James Henry Bockler of 111 l1ilyllia QUARTS .
Thursday with scattered afternoon GAINESVILLE WEATHER was a member of the Meth- Gainesville; three children, Lt: Martin!
and evening thundershowers. Low
tonight In the 70s. South to uMunicipal Airport readings odist Church. She was born James M. Bockler, San Diego, .. Old t
west Higher winds In showers.TEMPERATURES 10 to .20 miles per for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: May 18, 1898 in Athens, Tenn. CaL, Mrs. David C. Howard of WHITE LABEL @; Daquiri

LSEWHERE High 82 at 5 p.m., low 74 at and had been a resident of Ala- Melbourne and Mrs. George whiskey Sour $ 99
L. prep. 6 a.m. Rainfall .36 inches. chua County for 42 years. Faulk of Mobile Ala.; three, Mil l
Miami Jacksonville. 16 1 13, .61 Rev. Milton Ivey and Rev.A. brothers, Colby Hewitt of Dor I E. J' SCOTT 399 ManhattanScrewdriver I
ALMANAC will offici- set, Minn., Hewitt of.
Tampa to n A. Reppenhagen Clyde
Atlanta 12 n .17 Sunset today ............ 7:13 pm. 8 Yr. Old Bourbon .... ... -
........ 5 ate at services at the High Madison, Minn and John Hewitt -
New Orleans tI 7' Sunrise tomorrow :54 ajn. '
Boston 7A 67 Moonset tonight ........... 10:31 p.m. Springs Methodist Church. Bur. of Oakland, CaL; two sisters t
New York II 6f First Quarter ."............. Aug. 14 lalsddt PERFECT 9 9
WashingtonChicago $6 7J PROMINENT STAR ial will be in Newnansville Mrs. Earl Barkee of I CAR-IOCA 3/4 .
12 56 .n Spica. blow the Moon
and Mrs.:
Libby, Montana FULL
Kansas City U 53 VISIBLE PLANETS Cemetery. -;;;:: FOR -
Denver II 62 Saturn in southeast ...... IS:5* ,.rn. Survivors include her husband Frank Dix of Miami, and six qt.
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Ft.Los Worth Angeles 101 I' a6 71 Jupiter Mars. rises rises..................12:01 3.M a-m.a.m. William C. Ownbey of grandchildren.The I RUM QUART PARTIES 6 pac:
Seattle 15 51 Venus, south of Mars much brighter. in
Alachua; one daughter, Shar- family suggests that
leen Ownbey of Alachua; one.lieu of flowers, memorial con-
5 Forecast
Day brother, C. L. Edgemon of tributions be made to the C. L.
-_ Knoxville, Tenn.; and one sis Spottswood Missionary Fund, 'LAGER 6-Pack .
Temperatures will average normal lows in the 70s.1; ter, Mrs. A. J. Evans of care of the First Methodist i OLD GERMAN 99c

near the seasonal normal.\\92 will average one to,Gainesville. Church, Gainesville. I. BEER Ko Dcp.I. .
inches in locally heavy af Pallbearers will be: Bill I Williams Thomas Funeral
.Normal highs are from 88 to showers. Bolls, C. 0. Dampier, Harry Home is in charge.
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:** (r-iy' FOLLOWING In Politics You Can't Tell Friend From Foe

L ) The By J. W. DAVIS talked about the civil rights issue ty skunk and there is no good in drels, both of them." Reproachfully, the congressman -

Campaign how to keep from inflaming him." Then the friend broke down told his caller: .., .
WASHINGTON (AP) One racial passions. "And furthermore," the and admitted he had been teas- "Now look what you've done.

..... of the marvels of politics is the I, Goldwater told newsmen the friend said, "Charlie Smith is ing. He had made up the whole You've made me say ugly
way politicians can adjust to sit atmosphere at the meeting was going to help him run." story, that, in fact, Bill and things about two of the finest,

Is uations. good, "we're good friends. "They're two of a kind," the Charlie were both strong for the sweetest characters who ever
r Barry and Rocky Take this Republican unity We're old political friends." congressman reacted. "Scoun-congressman's re-election. I lived." .
ill meeting today at Hershey, Pa.
One of the classic examples of
: In Need Of Barry Goldwater, the GOP
a politician sidestepping a heat-
presidential nominee, sent out Denies Goldwater's
M Johnson
Hold RendezvousHERSHEY the invitations to Republican of-the campaign remark came Charge
in February 1941, when WendellL. I
Protection? governors and gubernatorial
: Wilikie was questioned by a
nominees. That U. S. Is Dropping Its Defense :

NrUt wimrs Pa. AP) Re- Gov. John Reed of Maine, who And the host is Gov. William Senate committee. I

Unrk publican chieftains gathered in has withheld support from the W. Scranton of Pennsylvania.Just Wilikie had run against AP Presi-tial nominee, said the United
: WASHINGTON ( ) ; greater number than we have
By TOM WICKER Franklin D. Roosevelt for presi-
summit conference today in the national ticket, said he hopes to I
a few weeks ago, Scran- dent Johnson and the Pentagon, States faces the prospect of today."
wake of secret talk Goldwater dent the before and had
preview endorse and
a year
: WASHINGTON-Rep. William, ton was doing his best to keep : have fired back at Sen. BarryGoldwater's going into the 1970s without a
between GOP presidential nomi- after the conference. declared that, "On the basis ofRoosevelt's A
: E. Miller said Tuesday the Republican the presidential nomination : charge that the Administration single new manned bomber. Goldwater speechwriter,
nee Barry Goldwater and Gov. Reed said he past performancewith Karl Hess, said Goldwater's
I high command was wants to know away from Goldwater. He went is depleting the
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New I pledges to the people, I "Under our present defense forecast
you based in-
'm giving "serious consideration"to "just what Goldwater meant byxtremism" about the country saying Gold- "arsenal for the defense of free, was on public
York. expect that we will be at leadership, with its utter disre- formation about bombers
: the possibility that some vio- I when he said it is water should be rejected, that may : dom." ,
I war by April 1941, if he is elect gard for new weapons, our deliverable -siles and their
"no vice in the defense of liberty payloads. -
lence "we need
might surround Sen. Bar- The Arizona senator and the in the White House a ,
ed." The Defense described nuclear capacity i
Goldwater's presidential New York were to fly! Goldwater already has explained -leader who thinks who i Department may I
ry governor clearly, "You take what we've got and
: be I
Goldwater's cut down by 90 cent in
in today for the closed- to Nixon, who is on to- doesn't shoot from the Wilikie was asked at the committee as "totally false" per
-campaign. early hip. you take what we're going to
day's guest list, that he meantto "Do still: statement that the U.S.. the next decade, Goldwater asserted -
door conclave of 38 party lead- For another illustration of hearing, you have and that is the result,"
:. Miller, the Republican vice- ers, among them former Presi- speak out for "wholehearted" how a politician can rise above agree that might be the case?"I capacity to deliver nuclear' unless present plans are said Hess. He said no classified
r presidential candidate, s aId he devotion to when be reduced by 90 I,changed.Not .
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower. liberty he strong words, look at Goldwater He replied: weapons may information had been used. -
:believed the law should be made the statement at the Republican himself. "It might be. !t was a bit of, per cent in the next decade. so, the Pentagon said I
:changed to extend Secret Ser- GOP governors and guberna-. National Convention in And President Johnson, addressing Tuesday night through Assistant
"Having opposed civil rights campaign oratory. I
.: vice protection to presidential torial candidates, summonedhere San Francisco July 16. until this year, let him make an To cap this discussion of political the same audience that: Secretary of Defense Arthur I Egg Market
nominees as well as to the by the Arizona senator, Reed said that heard Goldwater's charge the! Sylvester. I
; explanation issue of it. I'll just repeat backto flexibility, there is a story
talked confidently of unityas members of the National Asso. JACKSONVILLE: AP The
party ( )
:president I I helped, but he would like further him the thousands of wordshe that former Rep. Brooks Haysof Sylvester's statement saidGoldwater's -
they gathered for the conference -! clarification. ciation of Counties said: I Northeast Florida egg market
: Rep. Charles Goodell, R-N.Y., has spoken. Arkansas tells.A charge was "not to retailers
prices :
:who; discussed that idea with Charles Percy, GOP candidate "Lyndon Johnson is the big- congressman's friend told[ "Our resources are committed only without foundation but con-

i Miller, said he planned to "take But there was no word on the. for governor of Illinois. gest faker in the United States. him, "Jim, I've just come back our sacrifices are made, trary to the facts." Extra large 4549, mostly 48-

: action" on it as soon as he had!outcome of the secret session said the question already has He's the phoniest individual that from your district and Bill, our vigil is maintained so that.1 "The facts are," the state 49, large 43-47, mostly 45; me-

;satisfied himself on "the best Tuesday that brought Rockefeller -been cleared up in his mind."I ever came around." Jones is going to run against. there shall be no win for aggres- ment said, "that in 1970 we will dium 35 /4-41, mostly 38; small.

:way to do it" a leader among Republican was positive he was not Before the month was out, you." sion in our times." have a capability to deliver on 26= &-31, mostly 29-31.

moderates, to Goldwater's condoning the actions of radicals Goldwater and Johnson sat "Well, I'm not surprised," the: In his speech Monday, Gold-' target 2 times as many war-I Poultry at farms: fryers 14. ;
:" Legislation would be required Washington apartment.That ," Percy said. down in the White House and congressman said. "He is a dir:1 water, the Republican presiden-heads as we had in 1961 and a hens light Wz 6-7.
as the Secret Service now ex- session recalled Rocke-

-" tends protection only to the pre- feller's 1960 rendezvous with

sident, the vice president, and former Vice President RichardM.

:Tto presidents elect and vice Nixon in New York. The

,_ presidents-elect. Goodell indicated Rockefeller-N i x 0 n meeting
he would introduce a bill, helped shape the party's moderate T
or have someone else do it, to 1960 platform. Goldwater
include and vie e- "
: presidential called it "a Munich.

; presidential nominees. There was another advance

Miller, who talked with re- gathering, at the mansion of __

: porters at a luncheon here Pennsylvania Gov. William W. ___
had dis- Scranton in nearby IndiantownGap. _
: Tuesday, said he not -
About two dozen Republicans 4
top -
with Gold- '
cussed the proposal -"- '..(. rn = 2j'
among them vice -' '-,.
water. ,
presidential( nominee William E. '
Miller made a number of oth- Miller of New York and national : '. '

er points, including the follow- chairman Dean Burch, were on + i ,I4

ing: hand for a private dinner there ., S -::

: -He and Goldwater have achieved -Tuesday It was night.billed as purely a social ; :::: !: ,

a greater degree of party 511 t -
'a *
gathering, and Miller saidno t I41
'- unity than they had expected too business was transacted. S

by now, and he believes Sena- Burch said he knew of the T J
,: tors Jacob K. Javits and Ken- Rockefeller-Goldwater meeting, I 4 I : : :

neth B. Keating of New York but didn't know what went '
on. .
: r4
: JI ..
: eventually support the national In Washington, Goldwater'spress ; % : : __ r" I II

": Republican ticketGoldwater secretary, Edward K. : _

probably will Neller, said, "I'll tell you all I .- '- .. .:. r' ..::. ..... : 5 .. -'
know. They met." .. .. .
continue to attack the press for ".- :.. .: ... .
what he considers its distor- Rockefeller has said he supports -
the Goldwater-Miller ticket ?
tions of his positions, partiallyin .
but plans to campaign only in
an effort to make reporters
New York.
"lean over backward" to be
Miller, a New York congressman .
fair and accurate.
said he didn't know of the C

-But the senator's mistrust ofJ Rockefeller-Goldwater talks.

: the press is one reason why he

: plans to rely heavily on national British Train
televised programs to take

his arguments directly to the
people. Bandit EscapesLONDON

The Republican candidateswill (AP) A 32-year- / I -
make no direct attack on I old convict serving a 30-year SI p
1 1
President Johnson for involve- term for his part in Britain'sgreat J/ S '-
ment in the Bobby Baker case,, train robbery escaped be. ( -
but will accuse him of coveringup : fore dawn today from Birmingham / r :

ed. for some who were involv. Scotland Prison.Yard posted men or : ,,, I, ": 5'1'a .5' 7/ :: .. 'S 45J

I I '
all major roads surrounding ,. I I

Stolen Car London on the hunch that the S .5. ..... :..,.:.. : k .. .. .::;' tM/ ?
escapee, Charles Frederick Wilson .
would head for the capital 5- '
Back QuicklyA -S
Most of the $7,025,000 loot ir c S

car stolen here in Gaines. the robbery just a year ago ha 4

ville about 11 p.m. yesterdaywas r not been recovered. : I II

recovered within two hours I Prison officials said Wilson

by the Marion County Sheriff'!I had help in breaking out. The3

Office and its juvenile drivel i said several men got inside *
arrested. knocked out a night patrol offi
cer and then scaled the prisor I S :.

Alachua reported County an Sheriff's auto owned Officers .i wall with a rope ladder. .....-.. :..:. .,
x is 4s &
by Louis W. Godey, of 277-2 Cor. Go 5 I'p" _, -

ry Village, University of Flori. f'tt S ':

da, was taken from the parkinglot -
of Ruby's Restaurant on the .
Alachua County Marion Coun.

line. For Back-To-
ty 4
.. I
An alert was broadcast, and School *

Marion County Officers found' -- : :J

the auto and arrested its drive'r '4

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: Oiahttsuil1t iun r o ,r:: VIEWPOINT :4


. THESOUTH The Cabinet

; PAT COWLES. VIet Prtsfctiwt .
Florida's Beautiful ;' fi JOHNSON. Vic PrwMentMtf
Executive Mitari w. a. (ann BrushOHIBS'

University City' j' E1IRSOLC. Vic PmMtnt'TARTAGUONE and AtfVtrtttMfl By RALPH McGILL II *. &.%'jQ
Director! 101 .
Vie* PrMMwit and ClrwUtlon MM f r. 01 Pclltier c. .Uaau.Prize vrtulif(G*.) CnUUUM rvMiihcr ., '. .,I By DAVID LAWRENCE
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:" WASHINGTON President Johnson created a strange para-
r dox the other day when he announced that he,would not select

1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. ,. any member of his own cabinet for the vice-presidential nomi-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. WhatA .5f rr nation. Yet if anything should happen to Mr. Johnson betweennow
3. Publish all'sides of r : t and and if the
Important controversial issues. 4 inauguration! day on January 20 next
speaker of the House and the presiding officer of the Senate
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441
should be incapacitated or unable to serve; the present law
Want Ads376.4672Measured ..; stales specifically that beginning with the secretary of state,
Thing Lr each member of the Cabinet is in line of succession to the

: ResponseThe r h Congress in the past has assumed that members of the

ttj! Cabinet would be the kind of persons qualfied to take over
Is ManAlmost the White House. Will the impression be conveyed now that
key word in President John- cess. But as administration spokesmen 1,4 l not a single one of the 10 Cabinet members today is capableof

eon's report to the people on'the have repeatedly warned, mili being vice president or president? Mr. Johnson in his

fighting in the Gulf of Tonkin was tary means alone cannot solve the simultaneously with public statement on July 30 used the following language:
the crash of the amazing "In reference to the selection of a candidate for vice president
"measured. After two attacks on problems of Viet Nam. Excessive
space machine Ranger 7 on on the Democratic ticket, I have reached the conclu-
U.S. naval vessels in international military measures can easily make the vast lunar plain hard by sion that it would be inadvisable for me to recommend to

waters within three days, the United things worse rather than better by the poetically named Ocean the convention any member of the Cabinet or any of those

States government felt it necessaryto "escalating" the war. Red China is of Storms, the Sea of Clouds RECOIL who meet regularly with the Cabinet in this regard. Because

retaliate as well as defend. But an ally of North Viet Nam, and, the and the'Sea of Rains, the their names have been men

the retaliation was limited to the attacking Soviet Union (for all their frictions) Russians were in the news. EUROPE'S REACTION tioned in tie press, I have.
They notified all nations thata personally informed the
PT boats, their bases and is still an ally of Red China. Pacific area would be used of state Mr. Rusk,searetary the

supply dumps. for extensive testing of rodk- secretary of defense, Mr. Mc-

Both President Johnson and Sena- for extensive testing of rock- A Plus for LBJ Namara, the attorney general,

The purpose in word and deed was tor Goldwater are patriots and will ets.Thus Mr. Kennedy the secretary of
in the midst of scien-
to establish the right to sail the high agriculture, Mr. Freeman, of
naturally try not to let party rivalry
tific triumph we are remindedthat my decision."I .
seas, not to overthrow the govern harm their country but the ele- nuclear and space competition @)NtlU dark itbttts a president of the United vast difference between the have conmunicated this

ment or injure the people of North ments of there. persists. Slowly but By DREW MIDDLETON States should act. He was military strength of the U. S. to the United States ambassador -

Viet Nam. The U.S. 'further showedits danger are surely it proliferates. Man' PARIS In the last 10 firm, they say, but he was and Europe's military re to the United Nations Mr.

good faith by calling for an does not live alone nor by days Europe appears to have calm. sources. Stevenson, and the head of the
Troubling also is the general weak- bread alone.A erased the question' mark Peace tir.
emergency meeting of the United Naturally, there remain Corps .
Nations Security Council. ness of the U. S. position in the area. VAST GULF separates that stood beside the name of "When you realize what this manor, the race
those who believe that the
mankind Professor
today. President Johnson and re- those carriers have aboard, has been considerably narrow-
P. Snow's theory of two cul- it with U.S. has no business in the you know how little the gen- ed. I shall tontine
placed a plus sign. to give the
Without this "m e a sur e d" re- Re-establishing the right to patrol tures is unquestionably true Gulf of Tonkin and that the eral's (De Gaulle) atomic most thoughtful considerationto
The President's handling of
the international waters off the though subject to modificationand Seventh Fleet, thousands of force really counts," a
sponse, without the U. N. call, the the short, sharp crisis in the the choice of the man thatI
U. S. would have looked unpleasantlylike coast of North Viet Nam will not bridging by educational Gulf of Tonkin has had a miles from its bases, cannotbe Frenchman said. "Why, any will recommend to the con-
processes. But even those of considered a purely inno- one of those ships. holds more
and I
Mussolini claiming primitive deep impact Europeans. shiP. make my
help much-though it would have us who could not comprehendthe upon cent bystander.But nuclear power than. we could decision known indue "
The of course.
Ethiopia had "attacked" him as an hurt the U. S. complicated controls and employment "
cause disastrously to what Europe wanted to build in 20 years. President Johnsin didn't
great power with restraint, ex-
excuse for invading, or Hitler claim fail to react to the PT boat attacks. processes that enabled Ranger learn West German wrote plain why it seeped
7 to change its direction to they say, is true statesman- a This thought _is not confinedto to him
ing Poland had "exhausted his patience" The U. S. patrol is not a blockadebut send back messages indicat- ship. was whether "the cowboy the Frenchman. "inadvisable" to recommend..

before pouring troops over mere information-gathering. It ing its good health, and thento These comments have been from Texas" believed in any members of Us Cabinet

the Polish border is some help if the information make thousands of photographs offered freely in embassiesand "lynch law" or "international Power politics, after all,, One inference I U that he?

makes it possible for South Viet before dying on the in international organi- law." originated in Europe. Consequently m ant'"polit" call) Inadvisa
ble. raps
The U. S. objective is not conquestof Nam to do a better job in actually dusty surface of the moon en- zations such as the North By using the enormous Europeans are If'soit a ,question

North Viet Nam-unless North joyed a moment of exaltation, Atlantic Alliance. the Organ- power of the Seventh Fleet aware that in a crisis, like as to whether'e present
stopping sea-borne supples and re- ecstasy of spirit, and pridein ization for European Economic only once, albeit ineffectively ( method of selectin the president
that last week the interdependence
Viet Nam insists all-out -
on war. inforcements for the Viet Cong and vice presiojnt Is
being a part of mankind. Cooperation and Development Johnson apparently has con-
Neither is it a U. S. objective to establish of the U. S. and cerned with the
rebels. The exultation of the scien- and the United convinced his Allies of his neritorious
military control over South tists who conceived and Nations Educational, Scien- administration's reSponsibility. Europe is clear. qualifications'of ;:wolhy individuals -:+

Viet Nam, though there are 16,500 But massive reinforcement has brought Ranger 7 into beingis tific and Cultural Organiza- :or only, thaw devious
"LET US SUPPOSE. that factors of ,
more comprehendible. They paiftrpolHcs. .
U. S. servicemen there to be The conviction that the -
aU the
now along long
easy knew her innermost secrets. tion.Until Russian torpedo boats"had at Also, the episode. enphasizes
this week ,President understands the
21,000. The U. S. objective is to Europeans,
land frontiers with Laos and .
Cam- that national
All her electronic controls, her part eGtventions
tacked Dutch,vessel in the )
had been rather char in basic ruleof> power politics a :
make it safe for the South Vietnamese bodia. Even without reinforcementfrom polished and intricate mechanisms do not do the choosing of the
overwhelming "
their attitude toward the that power, however North Sea, one diplomat
to govern themselves, untroubled, outside, Viet Cong forces are were familiar to them. President. To them he was a should never be vice presidential,candidates
"Could wouldwe
suggested. we,
by infiltration from the North in They could speak the langu- but take orders from: a
formidable and growing, and the new and enigmatic character pushed to the ultimate pointis pres
support of Com unist-led rebellion age of space and its ships. less than has iJthat. situation look idential nominee. ThIf form,of
a something Europe
U. sympathetic -
S-propped government of South _
% We, on the other side of the anywhere for help except, to dictatorship is'a far cry from
his whom they been looking for since 'last,
the South. predecessor
in Viet Nam shaky and weak. A coup, cultural gulf, can feel only Washington?" the boast in the histoy books'that
thought and November. They saw this, _
thcyjunderstqod < .
':' assassination, a'further failure of pride arid .teassuraivce. under the .
t z Z-'tJ' .4 AmerHan l stem -
less popular"tnan President and rejoiced, in PresidentKennedy's Europeans do not want a
The fighting the Gulf of Ton nerve could be disastrous-no mat- ("What a thing is man! Trulyhe of government,
thj people
of the
Dwight D. Eisenhower, handling U. S. president ready to employ -
kin and the dangerous slippage in ter how mighty the U. S. 7th Fleet. less is than(at his best") only a little whom they liked without un Cuba crisis. Now, they say, American nuclear always choose their.p sIdent.

recent months, of the military situa- THOSE angels.OF US)who are, so derstanding.THE they discern in Johnson sim- power: the first time someone It is true ticket they vote foj-a particular -

tion inside South Viet Nam come at The fleet's show of force, like the to speak, on the far side of ilar willingness to temper fires a rifle. It does want, as tional convention selected of d"&ty a na

an awkward time for the U. S. U. S. military aid on land, is a hold- the moon insofar as knowl CHANGE in attitudeon strength with restraint.A many emphasized, a leader but the second pIa cds; gates the,
is bound be issue edge is concerned will wait Johnson does not seem to who will show determinationto
Foreign policy to an ing action to make it possible to dictated choice of
with patience while the scien- have much to do with the NUMBER of diplomats fight if need be. They
in the presidential campaign. proceed with the much diffi- It has occasioned: widespread '
more. tists study the pictures. Will hostility of most European emphasized that the deploy- think that Johnson, in South-

cult (but still limited) task of win- they let us know if the moon politicians, officials and ment of U. S. naval and air east Asia has answer. surprise that P sident
Republican Nominee Senator Barry ning the hearts and minds of men in is an utterly desiccated orb, diplomats toward Sen. Barry off the coast of South. ed President De Gaulle's allegations gle member didn't of adjudg]a sin-
power his Cabinet'eligible
Goldwater's standing criticism of Southeast Asia so that the new na- deep in dusty minerals? Or, .Goldwater's can d i d'a c y. that the U. S. for
Rather it is belief their east Asia must have an im would limit United States recommend. ion to
is it only a little :dusty with a on
the administration for a "no win"policy tions there can govern themselves, the second
spot on theDomo-
vast pools of permafrost and part that Johnson acted In a portant effect in Europe. It protection of Europe In the
tends to put pressure on Pres- without fear of aggression or subversion surface ice in areas shielded ,critical hour as they believe demonstrates, they said, the event of a war crisis.Shock cratic Party ticket. Atorney

ident Johnson to seek military suc by their neighbors. from the sun? General Kennedy, against
whom the
maneuver vts ob-
from Are some there mysterious gasses flowing crater viously.directed, made i comment

II I i- II that neonlike on it when he spo:a last
cause pinkish,
lights to flicker off and ? Thursday to a school I IOn on
Voice of the People The Soviet astronomer Niko- Wave in SE Asia candidates I the-

lai Kozyrev said so in 1958. Democratic: Party who were

I More recently American ob- assembled to get song in

servers have reported that 2frm lark ftimru cover. support they could expect sanction ,in political tthni-'

_ The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions they, too, have seen pinkish By SETH S. KING This has again raised the from Peking if they provoked ques for the coming :axn-

glows that believably, wouldbe BANGKOK Thailand vital question of how much American intervention by palgn. He said:
and comments of Sun nod.n ore welcome In the Voice of the People column. letters created by an emission of there is in the Chinese "I must confess I stari la
must b. signed end bear the writer's address. Nemos will be withheld if requested. A letter should The United States retaliatory paper pushing beyond their present awe of You
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The gas.These attacks on North Viet Nam Communist tiger and how far positions.In you. are not i embers
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter Of to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or things we will not fully have sent shock waves those who have been countingon of the Cabinet, anc you

.I.n i e nt. know until man goes there throughout Southeast Asia.I Peking's protection can de- Indonesia, where doubts don't meet regularly wiq the

and brings back the news. pend on it.Thailand. may have been raised about Cabinet and therefore ;( 0 u
as the John Birch Society, the mist" groups I recently reada While the effects may take
Condemning Communists, and the K.K.K. letter in the Voice of the Meanwhile we wait, gratefulfor some time to become appar- which has be- the continued sanctity of the are eligible for vice yes-I

without mention of name. People that referred to the the crumbs of knowledgethat ent, diplomats here believe come America's largest and privileged sanctuary in Bor- dent."
ExtremistsEDITOR fall from the table of neo from which Indonesian The attorney general dded
Though I could see some K.K.K. as meaning "Ken- they could be considerable.This most active ally in Southeast
reason in not mentioning these nedy, King and KORE." With- science.IT appraisal is based on Asia, has officially cheeredthe guerrillas have been attack- that a lot of people had;ome
.Sun At the Re- IS PERHAPS just as I ing Sabah and Sarawak.In to him whether h felt
: groups by name, I could not out "using names I would the cautious assumption that U. S. stand.Diplomatic asking <
publican convention there wasa well the Soviets have resumedthe sad or glad. He said: "Isenta
that the who the Chinese Communists
see much reason in refusingto say person are sources expressed Malaysia, where the
of rockets. We .
floor fight on the questionof wrote this could have used testing not to make note to the various cher
condemn such groups with- need to be reminded of earth's going a major the belief that the shock large overseas Chinese popu-
extremism. The delegatesat out mention of name. Presi- better judgment i n his and of man's military move at this time. It waves- probably would be felt lation has shown doubt about Cabinet members and laid
the convention refused to dent Johnson has condemned description of his disapprovalof peril responsi- is also based on the assump- most significantly: the will of the Westernbacked ,that my one great regret vas

pass a resolution to condemn "clandestine" groups.In these men and CORE. bility. tion that the U. S. will not Malay dominated govern- that I've taken so many cher
Wars more often than not
extremist organizations such connection ,with xtre- STEPHEN M. MCGUIRE come when no one really ease away from its current IN CAMBODIA, where ment to stand up to pressure nice fellows" over the ,ide'

wants them. We were very position.The Prince Sihanouk may have to from Indonesia. with me. _

POTOMAC FEVERBy close to nuclear war in 1962 apparent reluctance or reassess the relative powerof "The American I action Many newspapers printd a.
inability of the Chinese Com- the Chinese Communistsand wire service report whici inadvertently -
at the time.President Kennedy seems to us to be a resound.
munists to immediate the U. S. and find himself omitted the wrd"other"
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau notified Mr. Khrushchev that provide ing answer to the pattern of
in Mr. 11.nnedy's -.
the nuclear rockets must be protection to North Viet Nam less certain that Peking subversion that has plagued quoting. (
mark the beginning of will be able to guarantee his remarks. But the recording -
removed from Cuba. They may Southeast Asia since the end
Governor Rockefeller will support the national GOP ticket-in mild mannerof presented on TV )ld
a reappraisal Cambodia, neutrality.In "
were removed, but had two of World War II Western
speaking. Rocky feels that moderation in the defense of extremism is no vice. the
audience that the atorney -
less prudent men been then in- Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia and Laos, where the leaders diplomat said. "It has shown
volved there might have beena even as far away as Burma of the pro Communist Pa- that those who have the pow .general, mindful of he

The House pisses ,the Johnson antipoverty bill, as directed. It was a moving different story. The late and Pakistan, observers here thet Lao may wonder what er are now willing to use it." equality,doctrines of the dy'I ,
sight-all those poor, bent, twisted arms rising painfully to vote "aye." John' Foster Dulles used to believe. properly included himself hi ,
__ '0 talk about going to the brinkof During the days that have the "nice fellows" group.

war if necessary. History elapsed since American fighter Republicans Would Rather Whether all this was inted'ed
A Chicago tombstone manufacturer' ia trying -to repossess grave markers relates that John F. Kennedywent bombers struck at North as sarcasm or just .n a

that were not paid for. Isn't that normal when dealing with deadbeats? literally to the brink on Viet Nam the government of expression of good humor,It

t -- the fateful day in 1962. Thailand and the large dip- Switch Than FightC has had a sequel. After ftr\ t

: Benny Goodman denies that there were spies in his band when he went to NOW THE SOVIETS, with lomatic community in Bang- Johnson at a press conferenr
Russia. Man, those cats weren't spies-a hot horn always makes you'squint. their huge thrust capacity kok have been .watching anxiously ( ) New York: Times feeling in the community, we said that he would welcore
presently more powerful than, for signs of the Chinese EVANSTON Ill.The are installing 24 hour tele- into the vice-presidential raja

any existing'' elsewhere on Communist, tiger roaringout Evanston regular Democratic phone answering service. If whole gamut,of, able.gov&-
President Johnson sends Cabot Lodge to explain'our Viet Nam policy to the earth, are preparing new of its den. organization, which labors you would like to participate nors, senators and represe \-

Europeans.. This is a shrewd move-it keeps him from explaining it to us tests. They are, in part propaganda in a Republican stronghold, actively in the 1964 campaignor tives, as well as mayors ad

'. NIt answers to Ranger 7. THIS IS STILL considereda ran.this advertisement in the have any questions you other public men outside i* i

T looks as though Attorney General Kennedy will run for the Senate in Moscow feels its prestige is at possibility, In Peking Mon weekly local newspaper, the would like answered. ,eaU Cabinet, Attorney Genenl "
day a high Chinese Commu- Evanston Review: Kennedy Is reported to ha*
stake since their lunar tests ;
York. Several senators have been hit and feels Greenleaf '*
New by lightning lately, Bobby 5-2565.
were less successfuL nist official said at a rally "Since the Republican Con- decided to run for the UJ.
!It's his, duty to share the danger. Walls do not fall today by that "the Chinese people were vention we have received- an Fifty Republicans pickedup Senate from New York Stall:

,* Louisiana -- trumpets or cannon. determined by practicaldeeds" unprecedented number of the telephone and answer- Maybe he hopes that, if ee -
The Governor of makes President DeGaulle admiral of the
an Only prudent men will prevent to volunteer "aid" to calls from Democrats, Independents ed the advertisement, according ed senator he might the
Louisiana fleet. There is no Louisiana fleet which is all right. because the
to walk water civilization from being North Viet Nam. and (yes) Republicans : to the Democratic have in 1968 a chance to fc ,)
Admiral prefers on 'anyway.
consumed by fires as hot as However, the belief Is offering their help to headquarters.. What' more; nomlnatedrnot-iustifof *vie, "
t -- the sun's core. growing here that Peking has President Johnson and the it was said, these: Republicans president, but"for prtsideri,

And who ever thought the day would come when Walter Cronkite npuld "What is man that thou art been caught badly off balance Democratic ticket in 1964. agreed to ,let their Then he, too,. could pick. 1 U

nave, to ask CBS ,for equal time. mindful of him?" and has been unable to re "In response to this strong names be made public. own vice president

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dettouilkFlorida's iun o ., VIEWPOINT


The Cabinet"BrushOff
= Mt. Carmel Baptist, Services

I for Sunday Aug. 16, 9:30: a.m.
'.'1 \.. JOHN R. HARRISON. Prtstont and Sunday School. 11 a. m. Morn-

PuMijfltr PAT COWLES. YKt Prtsfc ing Worship. 5:30: p. m. B. T.
Beautiful ten, E< JOHNSON. Vie President
T and ExKUtivt Editor W. G. (fell) U. 7 p. m. Evening Worship.

University City' U'EIERSOLE. Vice President and Advtrtisiitfl Weekly activities: Tuesday
Director BOB TARTAGUONE .t I. 7:30 p. m. Midweek meditation
Vfca President and ClrcuUtlo Muw. By ----I services.
Wednesday 7:30
p. m.
WASHINGTON President Johnson created a Youth
Forum. Wednesday 8
THE SUN'S POLICY dox the other day when he announced that he would not select Choir p.
m. No.2 will rehears
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. any member of his own cabinet for the vice-presidential nomi- with W. L. Stevens or Mrs. M.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only ,in- ditorial$. nation. Yet if anything should happen to Mr. Johnson betweennow Green.
Thursday 7:30
3. Publish all sides of'Important controversial issues. and inauguration day on January 20 next and if the Teachers p. m.

Nt speaker of the House and the presiding officer of the Senate meeting. Friday 8 p.
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 1 m. Choir No. 1 rehearsal with
should be incapacitated or unable to serve the present law W. L. Stevenson.
Want Ads376.4672Measured states specifically that beginning with the secretary of state,

each member of the Cabinet is in line of succession to the -

ResponseThe .y presidency.Congress in the past has assumed that members of the PERSONALS .

Cabinet would be the kind of persons qualified to take over Rev. Clifton Simmons of

i, : Ka Ly the White House. Will the impression be conveyed now that Gainesville and pastor of the

key word in President John- cess. But as administration spokesmen not a single one of the 10 Cabinet members today is capableof Hopewell A. M. E. Church

son's report to the people on the have repeatedly warned, mili- being vice president or president? Mr. Johnson in his Lake Butler is attending the

fighting in the Gulf of Tonkin was tary means alone cannot solve the public statement on July 30 used the following language: Tri State Meeting now in ses-
"In reference to the selection of a candidate for vice
pres- sion at Edward
"measured. After two attacks on problems of Viet Nam. Excessive Waters College,
Democratic I have reached
ident on the ticket the conclusion Jacksonville.
U.S. naval vessels in international military measures can easily make This is one of an-
that it would be inadvisable for me to recommend to nual
meetings of the A. M. E.
waters within three days the United things worse rather than better by the convention any member of the Cabinet or any of those Denomination. Miss Willie Mae

States government felt it necessaryto "escalating" the war. Red China is RECOIL who meet regularly with the Cabinet in this regard. Because Perry
_____ ___ reporter.
retaliate as well as defend. But an ally of North Viet Nam, and the their names: have been men-

the retaliation was limited to the attacking Soviet Union (for all their frictions) EUROPE'S REACTION tioned in the press I have -
personally informed the sec-
PT boats, their bases and is still an ally of Red China. retary of state Mr. Rusk, the ALACHUA NEWS

supply dumps. secretary of defense, Mr. Mc- St. Matthew Baptist Church,
Both President Johnson and Sena- A Plus for LBJ Namara the attorney general order of worship: Church

The purpose in word and deed was tor, Goldwater are patriots and will Mr. Kennedy, the secretary of School 10 a. m. Morning Wor-

agriculture, Mr. Freeman, of ship 11 a. m. Holy Communion
establish the
to right to sail the high naturally try not to let party rivalry
decision."I .
my 3
p. m. Evening service 6:30:
seas, not to overthrow the govern- harm their country but the elements N rut $nrk Simra a president of the United vast difference between the have communicated this m. All clubs are asked to make p.

ment or injure the people of. North. of danger are there. By DREW MIDDLETON States should act. He was military strength of the U. S. to the United States ambassador I their reports at the closing ser-

Viet, Nam. The U.S..further showedits PARIS In the last 10 firm they say, but he was and Europe's military resources to the United Nations Mr. I vice. Mrs. Love E. Aaron reporter

good faith by calling for an days Europe appears to have calm. Stevenson, and the head of the Rev. J. L. Middleton,

emergency meeting of the United Troubling also is the general weak- erased the question mark Naturally, there remain Peace Corps Mr. Shriver."In pastor.

Nations Security Council. ness of the U. S. position in the area. that stood beside the name of "When you realize what this manner, the race The Paradise Methodist
those who believe that the
those carriers have aboard
President Johnson and replaced has been considerably narrowed. Church is asking all members
it with a plus sign. U.S. has no business in the you know how little the gen I shall continue to give them and friends to attend the Sun-
Without this "m e a sur e d" response Re-establishing the right. to patrol Gulf of Tonkin and that the eral's (De Gaulle) atomic st thoughtful considerationto
The President's handling of day morning worship services
without the U. N. call, the the international waters off the the short sharp crisis in the Seventh Fleet, thousands of force really counts," a the choice of the man thatI at 1 a.m. Rev. George Haile

U. S. would have looked unpleasantlylike coast of North Viet Nam will not Gulf of Tonkin has had a miles from its bases cannotbe Frenchman said. "Why, any will recommend to the con- will deliver the sermon. He hasa
considered a purely innocent one of those ships holds more
vention and I shall make
Mussolini claiming primitive help much-though it would have deep impact upon Europeans. bystander.But nuclear than we could my" soul stirring message for
power decision known in due
The of course. all. Rev. J. A.
employment Johnson
Ethiopia had "attacked" him as'an pastor,
hurt the U. S. cause disastrously to build in 20
great power with restraint, what Europe wanted to years. President Johnson didn't ex- Mrs. Amelia Gardener, reporter. -
excuse for invading, or Hitler claim- fail to react to the PT boat attacks. they say, is true statesman- learn, a West German wrote, This thought is not confinedto plain why it seemed to him .

ing Poland had "exhausted his pa The U. S. patrol is not a blockadebut ship. was whether "the cowboy the Frenchman. "inadvisable" to recommendany

tience" before pouring troops over mere information-gathering. It These comments have been from Texas" believed in members of his Cabinet.

the Polish border is some help if. the information offered freely in embassiesand "lynch law" or "international Power politics, after all, One inference is that he LAKE BUTLER NEWS

makes it possible for South 'Viet in international organi- law." originated in Europe. Conse- meant" "politically inadvisable. The Hopewell A.M.E. Church

The U. S. objective is not conquestof Nam to do a better job in actually :zations such as the North By using the enormous quently Europeans are tion. If to so whether, it raises the a ques- will sponsor a Daily Vacation

North Viet Nam-unless North Atlantic Alliance, the Organ- power of the Seventh Fleet aware that in a crisis like as present Bible School beginning Aug. 17
stopping sea-borne supples and method of
reinforcements ization for Eco albeit ineffectively selecting the president and closing 28 two
only once, that last week the interde- ,
Viet Nam insists all-out ,
on war.
for the Viet Cong vice president is con-
nomic Cooperation and De- Johnson apparently has weeks. The schedule will be 7
Neither is it a U. S. objective to establish rebels. velopment and the United convinced his Allies of his pendence of the U. S. and cerned with the meritorious -9 p. m. the late hours were

military control over South C Nations Educational, Scien- administration's responsibility. Europe is clear. qualifications of worthy indi- selected for the convenience of

Viet Nam, though there are 16,500U. But massive reinforcement has tific and Cultural Organiza- viduals or only the devious many adults who desire to at-

S. servicemen there, soon to be now become all the The conviction that the "LET US SUPPOSE that factors of party politics. tend. This school is for the
easy along long tion.Until
Also the
Russian torpedo boats had at- emphasizesthat
this week President understands the benefit of persons in Union
21,000. The U. S. objective is to Europeanshad
land frontiers with Laos and Cam- national conventionsdo
been rather char in basic rule of power politics tacked a Dutch; vessel in the party County and all neighboring
make it safe for the South Vietnamese bodia. Even without reinforcementfrom not do the choosing of the
their attitude toward the that power, however over- North Sea," one diplomat counties. There will be two de-

to govern themselves, untroubled, outside Viet Cong forces are President. To them he was a whelming, should never be suggested. "Could we, wouldwe vice presidential candidatesbut partments and no fees. Rev.

by infiltration from the North in formidable and growing, and, the new and enigmatic character pushed to the ultimate pointis in that situation look take orders from the presidential Clifton Simmons pastor, Miss
nominee. This form of
support of a Communist-led rebellion U. S-propped government of 'South less sympathetic than something Europe has anywhere for help except to dictatorship is.a far from Willie Mae Perry, reporter.
in the South. his predecessor, whom they been looking for since, last cry
Viet Nam shaky and weak. A coup, Washington?" the boast in the history books
thought they understood and November. They sawn this
an assassination, a further failure of that, under the American sys- NEWBERRY NEWS
less popular than President and rejoiced in President Europeans do not want a
The fighting in the Gulf of Ton could tem of the
be disastrous government, people
nerve -no mat- Dwight D. Eisenhower, Kennedy's handling of the U. S. president ready to employ "Youth Day" will be observed -
kin and the dangerous slippage in ter how mighty the U. S. 7th Fleet. whom they liked without un Cuba crisis. Now, they say, American nuclear always choose their president.It at the ML Zora Baptist

recent months of the military situation derstanding.THE they discern in Johnson sim- power the first time someone is true they vote for a par- Chruch. Morning' Worship JL.a.
ticular ticket selected
inside South Viet Nam come at The fleet's show of force, like the ilar willingness to temper fires a rifle. It does want as convention of by a national m. Evening service at 730

an awkward time for the U. S. U. S. military aid on land is a hold- CHANGE in attitudeon strength with restraint.A many emphasized, a leader but the second place delegates is the, The public is invited. Rev. Le-

Foreign policy is bound to be an issue ing action to make it possible to Johnson does not seem to who will show determinationto dictated choice of one man. roy Thompson, pastor.
have much to do with the NUMBER of diplomats fight if need be. They -
in the presidential campaign. proceed with the much more diffi- hostility of most European emphasized that the deploy- think that Johnson, in South- It has occasioned wide-

cult (but still limited) task of win- politicians officials and ment of U. S. naval and air east Asia has answered spread surprise that President CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSThe
Republican Nominee Senator Bar- toward Sen. President De Gaulle's al- Johnson didn't adjudge a sin-
ning the hearts and minds of men in diplomats Barry Jerusalem District Choir
off the coast of South.
power gle member of his Cabinet
Goldwater's candidacy legations that the U. S. will rehearse at Mt.; Carmel
ry Goldwater's standing criticism of Southeast Asia so that the new nations for
east Asia must have im eligible recommendation to
Rather it is belief their an would limit United States
a on Baptist Church Monday August
the administration for a "no win"policy there can govern themselves, the second spot on the Democratic
that acted in portant effect in Europe. It of in the
part Johnson a protection Europe 17 at 8 p. m. Rev.T. A: Wright,
tends to put pressure on Pres- without fear of aggression or subversion critical hour as. they believe demonstrates, they said, the event of a war crisis. Party ticket. Attorney minister, Mrs. 'Rosa Williams,
ident Johnson to seek military suc- by their neighbors. General Kennedy, against
whom the president Mrs.,, Esther Hamm,
I directed maneuver, made was a com-- reporter. :
o The Home Mission
ment on it when he spoke last Hope-

Shock Wave in SE Asia Thursday to a school of congressional well the Baptist home Church of Mrs., ,will Quincy meetat

;Voice of the People Democratic assembled candidates to Party get who some of were the Instruction Mark Thursday 4021 at N.7:30 W.p.m..6th Sunday Street, (

School at 10 a. m. Rev. W. J.
i i : On The Sun's I Sfrui Unfit Hntts cover. support they could expect in political techni- Taylor, pastor ,Mrs.Agnes
= OpinionPage By SETH S. KING This has again raised the from Peking if they provoked ques for the coming cam. Gordon, 'reporter.:

BANGKOK Thailand vital question of how much American intervention by paign. He said: Choir No. 2 of Mt. Carmel
Opinion and comments of Sun readers era welcome in tho Voice of the People column. Letters there is in the Chinese "I must confess I stand in
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnet The United States retaliatory paper pushing beyond their present awe of you. You are not members Baptist Church will rehearse,
exceed 500 words and must be written an only one side a* the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The attacks on North Viet Nam Communist tiger and how'fartHose positions.In Wednesday at 8 p. m. Mrs.
San reserves the right ro reject any letter *r fa shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or have sent shock waves who have been countingon of the Cabinet, and youdon't Katie M. Black, organist and
...... meet with the
de- where doubts regularly
ne Peking's protection can ,
throughout Southeast Asia. choirs No. 1 and 2 win rehearse
as the John Birch Society the mist" groups I recently reada While the effects may take pend on it. may have been raised about Cabinet, and therefore you Friday at 8"m.., W. L.
Communists, and the K.K.K. letter in the Voice of the some time to become apparent Thailand which has be- the continued sanctity of the are dent."eligible for vice presi- Stevens, director. ''Rev. T. A.

r without mention of name. People that referred to the diplomats here believe come America's largest and privileged sanctuary in Bor- Wright, pastor, Mrs. Esther
j; Extremists Though I could see some K.K.K. as meaning "Ken- they could be considerable.This most active ally in Southeast neo from which Indonesian The attorney general added Hamm, reporter.The .
reason in not mentioning these nedy King and KORE. With- appraisal is based on Asia has officially cheeredthe guerrillas have been attack that a lot of people had come Progressive
EDITOR, Sun: At the Republican ing Sabah and Sarawak. to him asking whether he felt Choirs
groups by name, I could not out "using names I would the cautious assumption that .U. S. stand.Diplomatic Union will render service at
convention there was that the who the Chinese Communists In where sad or glad. He said: "I senta
see much reason in refusingto say person are sources expressed Malaysia the Mr. Herman Baptist Church,
a|floor fight on the questiono wrote this could have used not to make major Chinese note to the various other
the large
condemn such groups with- going a belief that the shock overseas popu- Sunday Aug. 16 at 3 p. m. The
extremism. The delegates out mention of dame Presi- better, judgment i n his military move at this time. It waves probably would be felt lation has shown doubt about Cabinet members and said public is invited. Mrs. Quincy

at the convention refused to dent Johnson has condemned description of his disapprovalof is also based on the assump- most significantly: the will of the Westernbacked that my one great regret was Marks, reporter.

piss a resolution to condemn "clandestine" groups. these men and CORE. tion that the U. S. will not Malay dominated govern- that I've taken so many other

extremist organizations. such In connection with "extre- STEPHEN M. MCGUIRE ease away from its current IN CAMBODIA, where ment to stand up to pressure nice fellows" over the side LODGE TO MEET-
position.The Prince Sihanouk may have to from Indonesia. with me.

apparent reluctance or reassess the relative powerof "The American i action Many newspapers printed a Pallbearers Lodge No. 54,
POTOMAC FEVERBy the wire service report which inadvertently Pride of Gainesville
inability of the Chinese Com- Chinese Communistsand seems to us to be a resound- will meet
immediate the U. S. and find him- omitted the word"other" Thursday at 8 m. at the
munists to provide ing answer to the pattern of p. reg-
; Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau
protection to North Viet Nam self less certain that Peking subversion that has plagued in quoting Mr. Kennedy'i ular meeting place. Fred, Alexander -

: may mark the beginning of will be able to guarantee his Southeast Asia since the end remarks. But the recording president Mrs.. Eli
Governor Rockefeller will support the national GOP ticket-in a mild manner presented on TV told Drayton
reappraisal in Cambodia neutrality.In reporter.
of World War II, a Western
of speaking. Rocky feels that moderation in the defense of extremism is no vice. and the audience that the attor-
Laos Indonesia Malaysia Laos, where the leadersof diplomat said. "It has shown -
even as far away as Burma the pro Communist Pa- that those who have the power ney general mindful of the REVIVAL CONTINUES

The House passes the Johnson anti-poverty bill as directed. It was a mov- and Pakistan observers here thet Lao may wonder what are now willing to use it." equality doctrines of the day Rev. W. D. Kent
l those bent twisted believe. properly included himself in from Stales-
tg sight-all poor arms rising painfully to vote "aye. ro, Ga. Is
have the "nice fellows" conducting a
-- During the days that group. re-
*t elapsed since American fighter Republicans Would Rather Whether all this was intended 'val at the Mount Olive Prim-

i A Chicago tombstone manufacturer is trying to repossess grave markers bombers struck at North as sarcasm or just an ve Baptist Church. The ser-

that were not paid for. Isn't that normal when dealing with deadbeats? Viet Nam, the government of expression of good humor, it Ices are being well attended

t. M Thailand and the large dip- Switch Than Fight has had a sequel. After Mr. spite the inclement weather.

i lomatic community in, Bang- Johnson at a conferencesaid 'he public Is Invited. Rev. H.
Goodman denies that there
Benny were spies in his band when he went to
been (c) New York Time that he would welcome :. Kinsey, pastor, Mrs. F. D..
Russia. Man, those cats weren't spies-a hot horn always makes you squint. kok have 'watching anxiously feeling in the community, we
-- for signs of the Chin EVANSTON Ill.The :'are installing 24 -. hour tele- into the vice-presidential racea Shannon reporter.
.. Communist Evanston regular Democratic whole of able -
ese tiger roaringout phone answering service. If gamut gover-
I President Johnson sends Cabot Lodge to explain our Viet Nam policy to the of its den. organization which laborsin you would like to participate norsrlsenators and representatives ;:IOIR REHEARSALChoir

uropeans. This is a shrewd move-it keeps him from explaining it to us. a Republican stronghold ,actively in the 1964 campaignor as well as mayors and No. 2 of Mt. Moriah
any you Baptist Church will rehearse
It looks as though Attorney General Kennedy will run for the Senate In possibility. In Peking Mon- weekly local newspaper, the would like answered, call Cabinet, Attorney General omorrow: at I p. m. Miss
day a high Chinese Commu- Evanston Review: Kennedy is to have
New York. Several senators have been hit by lightning lately, and Bobby feels Greenleaf 5-2565." reported lertha: Foxworth president,
nist official said at a rally "Since the Republican Con- decided to run for the U.S. Mrs. Callie
his to share
4's duty the danger. Brooks, directress.
____ ______ that "the Chinese people were vention we have received an Fifty Republicans pickedup Senate from New York State.
determined by practicaldeeds" unprecedented number of the telephone and answer- Maybe he hopes that, if elected
; The Governor of Louisiana makes President DeGaulle an admiral of the REVIVAL MOVES ON
fleet. There is to volunteer "aid" to calls from Democrats Independents eddvertisement, acc serntor, he might thus
Louisiana no Louisiana fleet which is all right because the
admiral prefers to walk on water North Viet Nam. and yes) Republicans the Democratic have in 1968 a chance to be Rev. George Jones of Qer-

anyway. However, the belief is offering their _help to he :*. What's more, nominated, not just for vice mont Is conducting a spiritual

da-e: : growing here that Peking has President Johnson and the it \\ao j ald, these Republicans president, but for president. meeting at ML Moriah Baptist:
s And who ever thought the when Walter Cronkite npuld been caught badly off balance Democratic ticket in 1964. agreed to let their Then he, too, could pick his (Church.: The public is invited

Ifave to ask CBS for equal time and has been unable to re- "In response to this strong names be made public. own vice president. I 11]Rev. L A. Tillman pastor

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HOD'STON, Tex. (AP) Top I cember. I program. .j.jI {"We'are sticking with k'_. "
k spa a officfals said today. only I I -"#can say: we are not going to The present schedule: calls for table/,
, unforeseen. J foblems' would;accelerate activity so the crew's I I the first flight to be unmanned "The GT3 capsule for th
keep:two/ Gemini flights from safety is endangered. it originally was set to be the manned flight of Maj. Virgi 4tIJ
being made! 'thisyear.Charles I :'We are not going to stick our I fiat manned flight- and to be Grissom and Lt. Cmdr. John W. : l/ .At; _
W. Mathews, Gemini heads in the sand, and rush I I I[made in the third quarter of Young will already have been I rJtA.-! .. ---- -- ----r'J it
t proiJFaSiTdufector: indicated all blindly along just to meet a I 1964; which includes July, Au- delivered at the cape when the v. ,.''I. - --_-_-_ -_ -
the"b>ugs.Iiave been ironed out of. schedule, and by the same token -gust and September. unmanned mission is made,""I :F.
stocks of odds and ends to make for NEW
the spacecraft and they will be we are not going to doggedly These are the only dates offi- Mathews said. I] clearing our room
ready for shipping to Cape Kennedy maintain we can meet the cially released by the manned "The big problem is cleaning I FALL MERCHANDISE. Now's your chance to reap big savings on everyday
Fla., before the end of Au- schedule when we know we spacecraft center, and these are the launching pad and getting it, needs for your home.and family.
gust. can't. the times Mathews and Dr. ready for the December flight."
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: :.1' Gainesville n Wednesday August 12, '1964 __ '-_ __ __ .

V Florida Citrus Trees in Good Shape I
I 26,000 Youngsters Recreation Program I -
WASHINGTON (AP-Florida Fruit sizes for most varietieswere A yield of 4,740,000 pounds ef
1 citrus trees appeared to be in large, said the depart.ment's cigar wrapper ;was forecast,
About 26,000 youngsters took by the Gainesville Recreation for the Playground League I and cooperation points. The after school playground
better condition than at any monthly crop report, and compared with 5,148,000 poundsin
part in the summer playground Dept., said Ray Massey, recrea championship. The Kirby Smith Winners at each_ school were planned recreation program Is
time since the hard freeze of conditions for 1963.
I scheduled to.begin Oct. 5, Mas- are favorable con-
recreation program sponsoredIt tion director. boys beat the Stephen Foster P/ggy and Art Lee, J. J. Fin- .
sey said. 1962, according to the U.S. Department -tinued good growth.In Corn production was estimated : >
team for the boys' league,' Joanne Ferber and Larry
The summer ended of Agriculture.The 37 bushels acre for
program at
Pays To last Friday.In crown. II Smith, Kirby Smith; Patty The playground recreation other crops the department Florida with a total productionof
Finch and Ricky Shoemaker at programs are conducted by the department issued a report -predicted a yield of Type 14 flue
the final two Massey said special certifi- bushels.
Advertise' In The Metcalfe; Jeannie Burton and City Recreation Depart Tuesday saying soil moisture -cured tobacco at 22,225,000 15,429,000
events, the J. J. Finley School cates were given to a boy and I Bobby Brown, Sidney LanIer; ment, with the cooperation of was generally adequateand pounds for Florida as comparedto Sugar production was set at
GAINESVILLE SUN girls softball team defeated the girl at each playground for the Happy Quirin and Dale Cannonat the Alachua County School that all trees showed much last year's production of 25-, 31 tons per acre with .a total t
Kirby Smith School girls squad highest number of participation' Stephen Foster. Board. new growth. 830,000 pounds. production of B.R9' ''1M

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J UN Ready More About Irked ,

t The Parking Judge I Boys'J Clubs Gave Tribute I f !

I ToMeet Fine Is 'Low, Foreign Aid Keeps Press Members of the Boys' Cub I Many clubs send ingenious f '

: of Gainesville joined thousandsof cards presents made by Club
But WHEW! At DistanceHOUSTON others from Boys' Clubs members, and a wide variety
J Quickly throughout the nation in com- of mementos. ;
SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) From Page 1 Tex. (APJudgeAllen ) memorating the 90th birthday of Members of the Boys' Club of

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.AP Rio de Janeiro solved its illegal would have cut the authorization Committee B. Hannay of U.S. District -former president Herbert Hoover -. Gainesville under the leadershipof
\ ( I parking problem appro- and Sen. Frank J. Lausche, D-
) by deflatingthe
The U.N. Security to $3 billion. Court has issued an order Monday.For i young staff members Peter
( I
Council went on a standby alert tires of violators. And priations of $3,466,700,000., This Ohio. prohibiting reporters from 28 years, Mr. Hoover has Godey and Mike Bar Lewaw,
today after Issuing an appeal Sister city Sao Paul has come an interest it had defeated increase 48 amendment to 44 ''was $50 million less than the Its acceptance reflected the sitting at the press table in hi?. been serving as board chairman I sent the signatures of hundreds ,
aimed at stopping Turkey's jet up with a more subtle but justas President requested, but still courtroom.The )f the Boys' Clubs of America,: of Boysclubbers and staff mem
Sen. ;
by Ernest
Gruening, growing disenchantment in -
flights ove Cyprus and effective solution: $150,200,000 more than the which he describes as being bers. The card
averting I D-Alaska, which was smiliar to Congress with low interest press table is located in i was enclosed in
attacks by Greek Cypriots on Illegally parked cars are im ]House appropriated.What side which "the greatest character a especially
hat a swinging gate separates designed folding
offered by Mundt.In long term loans by the U. S.
the island's Turkish Minority. pounded. To recover the car. I the Senate did Tuesdaywas the spectator seats from ng institution in our build-I Keystone which was engraved
Council President $ivert A. the owner must go to the proper louse an authorization bill, the', to cut the authorizationbill government nations and many the attorneys' tables, the jury lay. "Happy 90th Birthday Mr. Her-

Nielsen.of Norway: made the appeal department and pay the 2f the or Senate sets a ceilingor I until it is $66,500,000){) lower making loans on much Japan harder are box and the judge's bench. It has become traditional for bert Hoover from Members and

Tuesday'night after another -cruzerio less than two cent actual appropriations does of 1 than the actual House appro- terms. Hannay said Tuesday reporters Boys' Club members to send Staff Boys' Club of Gaines-
Rarely an
emergency-council session to -fine. bill appropriation ]priations. would be allowed to sit wit: 4r. Hoover birthday greetings. ville."
deal with a complaint by Cyprus Simple? The Paulistas have authorized.supply all the This bodes ill for the final Before last year many U. S. spectators but they would no

that Turkey violated the cease- employed every trick in the bu- money .appropriation, for if the Senate development loans carried in- be permitted to go past the 1
fire.by an air attack Monday on reaucratic book to make it com- President Johnson requested uts; its appropriation bill as it terest of only three fourths of swinging gate. 1i
the village of Polis. plicated.The $3,516,700,000 for the aid program 1 has: the authorization bill, the 1 per cent; had a grace period, Asked why he was imposingsuch i

Turkey denied that its planes I owner must go in person. for the fiscal year begin- amount that will emerge from I on principal repayments of 10 an order, Hannay said ar
fired during Monday's flight. It The pound is on the outskirts ning last July 1. :i conference committee of both :years and matured in 40 years.In item about him recently contained

accused Cyprus of trying to !near the airport. No buses goby The House authorized appropriations I houses' is likely to be less than incorrect reporting.The MOVES MEKCMOTSE
scuttle efforts to restore peaceon I it. It is either an expensive for the full amount $ billion. item stated, he said, thai

the Mediterranean island. I taxi ride or a long walk. requested. But it appropriated, The Mundt amendment to each of three years, 1954, I grand jury witnesses had beer !
When the 11-nation council When the owner arrives he only $3,316.500,000 a cut of II raise interest rates on loans to 1933 and 1916, the Atlantic hidden in his private chambers
wound up the debate Tuesday I finds a line ahead of him. $200,200,000. developing! countries was also I coast was raked by four hurri- and whisked across a hall to -==Trrl

night, Nielsen suspended\ the The delegates charged with The Senate Foreign Relations I sponsored; by Senators Morse I canes. I the jury room. ,

meeting instead of ,adjourning, accepting the fines is painstaking -
so that it could resume on short in checking documents and
notice if trouble broke out is obliged to pause frequentlyfor
coffee breaks to talk
again. or on
The new council appeal was the telephone.

proposed by Arsene ;Assouan 'I

Usher of the Ivory Coast.It I
asked all governments to
School Bd.
stop all flights over Cyprus that

violate its sovereignty" and re- :, a +
quested' that the U.N. force in
Cyprus 'reinforce its units in Hearing .

the zone of,',the recent military
operations so as to insure the On Budget ,S a
safety of the inhabitants."

The first part was directed at
Turkey, which has said it would The Alachua County School : "

Cyprus continue until scouting Greek flights Cypriot over lic Board hearing will hold on the its 1964-65 second pub bud- ::; S::

get tomorrow at 3:30: p.m.
forces pull back from positionswon
After its
approving original
in their drive into Turkish
budget in July, the board recalled -
Cypriot holdings last week. The
it from Tallahassee when
second part was intended to put
add'ional money was made
U.N. in a position to '
available by the $3.5 million in- :
Turkish Cypriots.
crease in the county's tax roll.
strafed Greek
Turkey's planes The amended budget includes
Cypriot areas Friday and Saturday funds to hire 12 additional teach-
with the avowed purpose of j %
Greek offensive. ers.In
stopping a addition to the budget hear-
After meetings.Saturday night ing, the board will hold its reg-
and Sunday, the council.adopted ular monthly meeting beginningat
British-U cease.-fire'resolu-
1:30 p.m.,
Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. said
this morning some changes in ky,
More About bus routes will be discussed. Al-

so appeals from three parents
school ?., .
concerning preferenceswill i. :

CyprusFrom ,_be heard by the board.

Car Crash Qq., ,
Page '1 :, s {:2j2Y

government decided in an extraordinary Injures 3 : }h

session to throw its ,
fulT: weighC.il; ,support of Cyprus -
Three persons, including a <
," Athenj.radio said. I small child received minor injuries -
The broadcast said the Greek ...
yesterday in an auto col- tnJ
government .ererred.a decision I lision at?W. Univ. Ave. and 7th
to send its air force into action
Turkish jets until .
against the Gainesville Police report
the U.N. Security Council in ed Frederic James Maley, 21, :

New York considered the crisis.be- of ,Daytona Beach, was head- : :: c ..t/."
After angry exchanges sswiwCEta. wJ6w0: .r4'xY.x .Fsy;; ; : hY..nnJ1'+vbX 4riYMY.vrVr..wn+Xk1Q
ed north on SW 7th St. when he .

Turkish tween ,the delegates Greek Cypriot Tuesday and attempted to turn left onto W. liven r.a.p'arty:Tune up or tune in..with Top Value Stamps. From harmonica to hi-fi, you and ,-;. "- '
Univ. Ave. and collided with a
night, the council appealed to southbound auto driven by Mrs. Top Value can make beautiful music. And from Admiral to Zenith, the big names are yours!
all nations to end flights over Marianne R. Kehoe, 22, of 404:

Cyprus. Two Turkish fighters SW 2nd St. _,.h .__..<-:' ......_. ...".
flew a reconnaissance mission Both drivers and a passengerin : F'

over the northwest coast earlier w Mrs. Kehoe's auto, Joseph A. ;

in the day. I Kehoe, 1, received minor injurer ,.. _
Makarios said he expected his ies. I ,. .. !- .; V
appeals for:,military aid to be I Maley was charged with fail- i\l,; : If
successful. ;Cyprus has asked to the of > -
I ure yield right way. _
f ...
for help from the Soviet Union, : :. I

the United' Arab Republic, Yugoslavia More About
and Syria but the response -

has. been mainly words of Dam t ,

support. t:,,::. y ::71i 5'rf
In Ankara, Turkish air com- ::: "
manders said their planes would I ';' : .
,From Page 1 t. ::,.
continue reconnaissance flights ,>:.,::
and were ready to deal out -The dam can be adaptedto <: .':'
heavier ,blows if the Greek I j further development if desired -

Cypriots knew attacks on coas- : such as eventual reflood- I

villages. ing of Paynes Prairie or con-
The-civil, war began last December :struction of a small boat canal. :

when the Makarios government Several sportsmen and boats- ..>.
tried to end the legislative I men present endorsed the dam
veto of the Turkish Cypriot I proposal. TOP

minority.Dr. Hampton pointed out the dam .
would not shut off the flow of (
Maynard Miller, professor -water from Newnans Lake into STAMPS
of :geology' at Michigan :Prairie Creek. He said a mini-

State University, says the most I mum flow of 10 cubic feet per ,-Yo
widely accepted theory about :second would be maintained at
earthquakes is that they are ;all times. ;7Y \, "gtir 9r .
caused by titanic shifts in the The next step is for the ti
earth's crust along. cracks called ;authority to contact property

faults. Portions of the crust I owners, and attempt to secure ip'a.YjyCa..w..rvw: ,,....,___,___.2v.YV.".'___,_ f .:r.o....... .1
. are under constant tension. 1 j the land needed for the project.The lighten; your work. Appliances to the rescue! .. travtl in style! Happy landing, with smart They're your private "nest egg." (Your well-
When the strain becomes intolerable authority needs to -
the rock gives way at I dam site and sections acquirethe of, Choose from dozens in the Top Value catalog. luggage; by one of many famous names. deserved thank-you from leading merchants.)

some weak point creek bank.

I TobaccoHIGH Marketof 111 and only Top Value Stamps .S ;-

SPRINGS The price c Type 14 tobacco to 150 million -
for flue cured tobac-I ::S 1r
average pounds. 1bpY esr :
co' continued to climb at the This was about 5 million s

High i Springs market yesterday I pounds; or 3.6 per cent, more guarantees your satisfaction !
with the sale of 251,170'pounds; I than the July 1 forecast. But it OOhDENaIIAIiANTg&
for $153,053.63. 1 1I was about 19 million pounds be-

low last year's production of ..
I Yesterday's average price 0 t S .
op '
The Type[ 14 tobacco in Georgia, STOT _
was season 60.94 average cents for per High pound.Springshas I Florida and Alabama. .tM4 TOP VALUE: cxTurascs.me. l.Yoacan'get better lifts for fewwt BpS-.8flywwi 2.You lESt be satisfied100% (

Meanwhile, the Federal State ....
climbed ,to 58.01 cents, ,a ..r:.
Market News Service
po -_ ;average prices by grades on the
Yestfflflayi: sales brought 'theeasontotafcatHifhSprings I Georgia: Florida markets

to steady. to lower'' ,Tuesday.
; 2,721,646 pounds sold-. for $1- Losses amounted to around

571m--. '.- -. ---: !$1 to $3 per hundred pounds and
I With Value
". C centered on ,grades of; lugs, Top Stamps canI
ALDOSTA''G; ::TAP) -Far-1; I primings and nondescript. you
men on the Georgia Florida Quality of offerings was better .
' flue '- cured tobacco: belt were 1 1i as the percentage of,'nondescript

i heartened' today,by a U. S. Agriculture dropped. Volume, ofsales

; Departmenf: forecast by markets was mostly.
i treuii% the season -estimate J heavy. -
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0 TO Gainesville Sun Wednesday, August 12, 1964 .
.-" I

k. Kennedy'sBandwagon J'" _. ___


Steaming jff'SWffSHERE: !

Sfriii Unrk Elms

NEW YORKThe campaign I
to nominate A t tor n e:
General Robert F. Kennedy fc TOP
United States senator from Ne

state.Tuesday York gathered in all parts momentui of th, STAMPS VALUE GIFT CATALOG

In the most important development
one of Mayor Robe t

Wagner's closest political associates O ti5........ : -.-- -- -'J1___- --- -- --- --
said it was "as sure as 0 STOa

Ivory would endorse Soap" that Kennedy the,Mayo probably )f_ llii 1111lli!! ....!!!!m....lliHillipjjjHPillj.liilljili mllllllmiillllmmmmm m QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 16TH W1NN-DIXIE[TO[[.. INC.-COPYRIGHT-t.f4

within the next two weeks.
mayor was asked 14 4
times at a city hall news conference Lunch LB. 59x 50 EXTRA STAMPS tjJrMtlUJJiO I
whether he was read
;Y Bee&
to issue an endorsement am d When You Buy ene 3-LB. HORMEL imtp
each time he parried the queLion sDRESSED FISHWhiting
with a quip or a profession
of admiration for Kennedy's; .
abilities. .a : $ 99 w- D BRAND cowe

Wagner confirmed that h e 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE 3 LB. CAN |
had met until 2:30: a.m. Tuesday S
with Rep. Samuel S. Stratton Can Ham 1-LB. 1 What natural aging does for fine cheese and fine wines, it also
of Amsterdam, N.Y. an unannounced CAN [ h does for the fine beef you get at Winn-Dixie. It mellows and en-
candidate for th hances the flavor of WeD Beef and increases its tenderness with
nomination.He e 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK QUIK CUBE I N M out destroying the fine beef texture or making it soft and spongy;

mayor had said,told that he Stratton had endorsed the- Can Ham 2 c& 239 Steaks 10 1 : 891 Nlw[ stet as artificial tenderizers sometimes do.

no candidate so far, that he PLUMROSE CANADIAN STYLE 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH REG. 59* TARNOW Close-Trim BEFORE Weighing Means More Meal To Ea!
was willing to talk to any candidate .
and that he had an open Bacon 3 lB S2" Bologna I 1-Lb. 49 I.
mind. He denied, however, thai CAN Sliced ?Nam CHUCK
he had told the upstate legislator -
that he planned no endorsement 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH MAYER REG. 39* PILLSBURY CAKE \
until after the state convention : OaSt 43rt
Sept. 1. Wieners lg 69x Frosting "<. 29i LB.

Asked whether he felt th a '
the attorney general, wh ROUND BONE SHOULDER
lives in Virginia and votes in
Massachusetts, would be vulnerable I- auNt 10NRIMOYW
to charges of carpet- Roast LBo 58C
bagging, the
mayor replied:
"I'll be frank and say that he Regular 980 Brooks County The rib roast pictured above
would. But he would also bring WeD Brand E-Z
many assets to a campaign in

this prompted The state.question"by the disclosure had be that e n OU n t r Y HAMSRpust7 r : 9

George V. Palmer of Schenectady -
Stratton's unofficial ther bones and chinbone removed -
campaign -
manager, planned to file same as. regular you can carve perfect SMALL LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT
ham. Place in
country cover slices time. It's a bet .
suit in every
state supreme court to ed roaster on rack with ter value too, because this
block any Kennedy candidacyon enough water to steam. excess bone and fat is removed R. b 3 3
dence.the grounds of non-resi Bring water to boil. Simmer before weighing and I 5 LB.
20 25 minutes per lb. If LB. pricing. You get more tender -
Palmer said he would take: using meat thermometer, juicy meat to eat. .. less
such action the moment that 160 internal temperature. to throw away. 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH LEAN GROUND
Kennedy announced that he Se ehotorcold.Slicepoper
was making the race. His action thin. 100 Extra Stamps
would be based, Palmer No Coupon Needed Beef 5 l6. $195

added, on the state election i .., Co ,'.- .- ., PKG.
laws, the state public officers
law and the Federal Constitu
nV ]jfl 1t' i .
tion. :
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DAV Claims d 4.t< lfPh. }( '--.' ; .
f 1jJ? I--
Bilking In 41; SPECIAL \ SPECIAL I -SP: : CliAL.: f fjJit
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IiJfff Folger's Mountain Grown' -. Astor Vacuum Packed Regular or Low Calorie

Fund accused AP DriveCHICAGO of) -bilking A fundraiser the f te' fI COFFEE\fill 1COFFEE\ 1 '\ _.:'i" l.-iff 1' J;f Soft Drinks \4 iIi

Disabled American Veterans of t 1 :> i, 1J t.'b":1
$2 million will be arraignedAug. : ;JJ, f d ;" ;*:-'- .; .
27 on charges of Ii 1-Lb. l-Lb. :J $ .
state regulations. violating t .. fJ t1 .. ;
\ CAN CAN : 12-0% .,-"
Meanwhile, affairs of Harold : I 5 I tK
Sager, 47, who was arrested on : : ; CANS Hi
orders of Atty. Gen. William G. -0 \
Clark Monday, were tied up by
an injunction of the Circuit
Court, issued by Judge Walker m e
Butler in connection with an accounting .../.. '. ; ASST DEPOSIT FLAVORS /-4 f
'J';: ? !
suit by the DAV. ; / 41 ... 't.\\'y\
'" x
Sager used the name and ., _cj-: ... -- .. : i:...
title, Col. Harold S. McClintockIn
a deal with the veterans organization FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET REG. 49( CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 FAMILY CREMES ","M<' i ..o/.d"".<- ii.! _;L.f. /...__ .1; -J -'

money he could raised retain which as 25 provided per commissionand cent that of A Corn. 8 E- 591 Cookies 28-ez.PKG. 391 '

per cent as expenses FANCY FRESH FREESTONE ,
He was free on $2,000 bond 3 3
pending trial on charges of Peaches 4 .59/ Bread . LOAVES Fresh Florida Grade "A"
failure to register with the state ,, ,,+ s REG. 33* DIXIE DARLING
under the Charitable Solicit
3 PoundCake29
tions Act, and failure to file a
copy of his contract with the
state. ___ c : 3 ______ 2-39-! GOLD-AQUA-PINK Bath

-- Clark of a said six-months he had given investigation details GOLD-PINK Dial Soap 2 Bars 41' E Ci Ci S

of Sager's fundraising I to 4
; Reg.
the U.S. attorney because it i involved iy Dial I Soap 2 Bars 31's. I ( :
property in other stateThe *_ California White SeedlessGRAPES .j
attorney general said Sager
remitted $250,000 to the Bouquet .. 2 Bars 31 '
DAV after obtaining $851,000 for 2g89
property donated to the organIzation REGULAR SIZE CASHMERE 5C_

.. by the Borden Co. : Bouquet.. .: a. 2 Bars 21 '


: WASTED Palmolive .i 2 Bars 31 '

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. LOS. : 2 Bars 21 s Oleo. LB. 27x ,
) Five bail bondsmen
picketed the chief of police LAUNDRY SOAPOctagon
Tuesday with signs demanding< '
; 2IS21' ...
his resignation.But : M "' -

Chief C. I. Robb ..
nounced his retirement the any
before, so why the demonstration 5'

"Well," explained one, who
. with the others is mad because

alongside they aren't six other allowed bondsmen offices in I =The Smart Pierce
the jail, "we had the signs
painted before the retirement _
and we thought we might just as
well use them."

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II In The



::1 .......
GET YOUR FREE COPY NOW! ing is the first duty(AP of)democracy -ClVot-- I

8 f'E' 2El ...ai ," says President Johnson.
i :I And he wants every eligible

WITH TOP VALUE STAMPS NEW GIFT 0IL k5 American this fall. to register and vote

CATALOG YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM ) i He a White made House his appeal meeting Tuesdayat sponsored t
by the American Heritage
NEARLY 3,000 GIFTS 160 PAGES!' I'' -....-- [ Foundation. A bipartisan groupof
about 170 political, civic, bus
iness and government leaders f

._..... 0 OD STO Rtitrezm 5 ::_:: attended.Johnson said almost 35 per
cent of the electorate failed to
vote four years ago and almost
40 million eligible men and
women are not registered to
vote this year.
"We preach the virtues of democracy

<< SAW 10, A CAN LIBBY SLI. OR HALVES Y. CoP "We' abroad,"Johnson said.
must practice its duties at
h 4 12J1 1. la A home."
eac es. Cans
SAVE 4t A CAN LIBBY'S FRUIT House has' passed a bill that

Brolta": I Cocktail. 4 303 1. McKENZIE FRESH FROZEN would war increase veterans pension o'r their benefitsfor wid-

: Cans Gr. Peas
L ; PKG2.59 x ows.Approval came Tuesday on a
SAVE 4Ji< A CAN .. LIBBY'S 388-0 roll-call vote. The bill now
McKENZIE FRESH FROZEN BABY goes to the Senate.
CANNED GOODS Cut BeetS 10 303 $1 The Veterans Administration
Cans Limas 2p G.S9 estimates the measure would
add $44 million to pensions in
I S ALE this fiscal year that ends next
303 June 30 and mount in cost untilit

Swt. Peas 5 Cans 1. Vegetables 2p LB G.59F added the 1969$111 fiscal million year.to pensionsin

At the most, the increase
McKENZIE FRESH FROZEN could come to $35 a month. This
O Corn : 303 would apply to a veteran with
8 l.
4 Cans Cut Corn 2 PKG. 59 three dependents who has an in- t
1 come of less than $1,200 a year. .
** His new maximum would be j

. Cans ? WASHINGTON AP) A bill
that would reduce meat Importshas
SAVE 8* A CAN LIBBY'S TOMATO FROZEN..Apple, been sent to a Senate-House

Juice 446-OZ. $1 Fruit cherry3' Famil Size y'l.$tl backers Conference of the Committee measure fear and it I

9 will stay right there and die

measure which would cut

'. f...'.. Hash 3Cans%$1. Pizza Pies 3 99x meat Imports by 30 per cent I
0 0 0 Pkg. had the backing of the livestock
"- LIBBY POTTED industry and was approved by
#Y4 SAVE 4Ytt A CAN I LIBBY'S DEEP BROWN MARI-DEAN FROZENRaspberries the Senate on a 72-15 vote.
MEAT r 10 Cans $1. 10oz.S t
Beans 10 14-oz. $1 4 WASHINGTON (AP) Con-
LIBBY PINEAPPLE No.2 t Cans 0 Pkgs. gress has stamped its final approval -
CHUNKS 3 $1.' on the food stamp bill
: __ SAVE 6/s{ A CAN LIBBY'S VIENNA and sent it to President Johnsonfor )
SAVE 6t LIBBY CORNED 8-oz. S his signature.
BEEF 6 I 1 $1 5 Pkgs. Final congressional action on
7C' 29' Sausage
:; Cans the measure came Tuesday
MORTON FROZEN WITH MEAT) when the House accepted the

Spaghetti 5..8 oz.Pkgs... 1. Senate minor The changes bill version expands,had in been which and makes made.only I

permanent a pilot program now I
in operation In 43 counties. Un I
.;/ -_ ._.c der the program, needy families t I
<\, f Ii get $10 worth of food stamps for
c $6 In cash. The stamps can be

i2 SPECIAL '& ). SPECIAL ':" SPECIAL -r spent any at grocery food item.stores for almost -

( &t ;fb a <. ir The plan is expected to cost
s.-:4- SfA $25 million the first year, $75
lift Lyke's LuncheonMEAT !' Mazola Pure .-%. Blue or White Arrow E 3=- million the next, $100 million the I
third year and $200 million for
fI the fiscal year ending June 30,
"II Corn Oil Detergent4'tea 1-

IJIf $I z?- 1967.Bus fI

I iii -" 48-0%_ Mishap I
12 0% roEl .
iiCAN -- JAR On Turnpike

\.\ Kills WomanWILLOW

HILL, Pa. (AP) -
A double-deck Greyhound bus
.. irlilaza71! ripped a gaping hole In its right
SAVE ]0 SAYE 1 bf SAVE 20.m side trying to pass a flatbed
truck loaded with steel Tues-
day on the Pennsylvania Turn-
pike, state police said.
One passenger Helen West,
her late 40s, of Oroville,
.' y .' MrilH'tll.' ,.'fTffi> .*' PINK VEL LIQUID 12oz. 35* in Calif., was dead on arrival at
Carlisle Hospital, about 30 miles
Vel Liquid I I 22-oz. 65"s away. Seven others were injured -
REGULAR 59* and taken to area hospi-
Superbrand Sherbet or Vel I Detergent large OO Tit sAt /'l tals.The bus was bound for New
AMvnJI York from Lot Angeles with 28
f Ajax Detergent 3 ; 79 AMT WM POU 1 State police said both the bus
ICECREAM I I cant EXTRA. EXTRA. and truck were traveling east
LARGE FAB 33( and were on the grade leadingto
the Blue Mountain
t TIR TN carom MO R.aM.r wmiMt exvrn Me runty or
Fab Detergent Giant / 7 Two rRfi tt.oo WORTH or The bus had successfully over-
ti ESKIMO Candy taken two passenger automo-
FOR KIDSSoaky Thin Mints 2/l18 biles and the driver had swung
GOOD THRU Auaurr line back into the right lane when
t' j 1 # 1 5
10.oz. AT ANY WIN$- IXIt AT ANY WINK-b x''' the long, slow-moving truck
FLOOR AND WALL loomed ahead.
EX..IttL; Ex.--R: Police said that in attempting -
St HALF 49 ,/ Ajax Cleanser 16-<>%. 29'For I TOP VALUESTAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS to move back into the left
WIN nn COUPON M PUKHMI or. rrm na care N u s a lane again, the right side of the
GAL. 1- REG. AJAX 2/33 Two PR lOO CT.Pn bus caught the tail of the truck.
89 A long hole was ripped in the
Giant Ajax 2 49'28oz. Platter 2lJGOOD Tea Bags
THRU Aucurr line GOOD THRU Auaurr lent side of the bus. The bus careened -
f EVERYBODY LOVES ICE CREAM 15-oz. LIQUID AJAX 39< _S -S AT ANT W1NM-OUII 2 AT ANT WlWM-Cnul 6 against the metal rail
and came to a stop in the left
Liquid Ajax : 69'E lane.
LIBBY FROZEN LEvAONAde XTS RA Ex Officials said visibility on the
6-oz. LARGE BAGGIES 25-CT. 43* TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS toll road was good, although
: e n&tM VONC
*'lUKMtti of
1 10 Cans 29'Giant there was a low hae.
y Chow Mefn 59 Fig Bars 49'
NEW How Muck Is 11
'" Ad Detergent / V e V AT AMY WM-MX1I ATANYWINJUIXJI 7 Barry Worth? .,

Magazine estimates the wealthof

FOP Good Things To fL1Efa And Sen.wife their Barry at income about Goldwater$1.7 the million.maga andhis

zine said, amounted to $65,000
_ last year $37,600 from stocks
a b
o. rw and bonds, $22,500 from Goldwa-

- ..- ter's Senate salary and $5,000
.-. _- .- from his honorary post as chair
.... man of the Goldwater divisionof
'- Associated Dry Goods Corp.r' .

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12 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, August 12, 1964! .

w omen f IHID : City Homemaker Named I l rled fj I

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Pillsbury Bakeoff!f FinalistA THURSDAY, August 13 Md., and Charles Alfred Rich,

THE{ Lunch eon complimentingMiss son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles

f fffl1L y Nancy Pepper, bride- Elmore Rich of Gainesville,
: Gainesville homemaker today her pie on a stick as an after- of about 100 cookbooks, plus a Her hobbies, in addition to elect of John Carswell, Hazel- in Havre de Grace.Miscellaneous .

was named one of lOf( chool snack for her two daugh- file that numbers "several thou- baking and collecting cookbooksare wood, N. C., Mrs. Carlos
.ers, Nina, 22, and Talka, 19, sand" recipes.A needlework and art, work. I shower hon
finalists in Pillsbury's 16U Proctor and Mrs.
Ruth Weimer-Women's Editor and her son, Stefan, 16. The pie graduate of the Eastman This year's contest is the sec- oring Miss Shannon Kay
Grand National Bake-Off, whid Cherry at the Proctor home,
Wells, bride-elect of Charles
an be made quickly and refrigerated -School of :Music at Rochester, ond Contest Mrs. Lupkiewiczhas
will be held September 13 1: for serving later. N. Y., where she majored in entered. One of her recipes Archer Road.FRIDAY Norton Crawford of Margarita -

in Miami Beach. Loves To Create voice, Mrs. Lupkiewicz is a won a state award in 1962. August 14 Canal Zone, 8 p. m., Mrs.C. .

J ABOUT PEOPLE She is Mrs. Anna Y. Lupkie- Mrs. Lupkiewicz likes "crea member of several professionalmusic She intends to use any Bake- Luncheon feting Miss Nancy A. King, Mrs. Earl Rogers

wicz, a widow and private mu- tive baking" and gets special clubs. She also ia mem- Off prize money for her chil- Pepper, bride-elect of John and Mrs. Eddie Fisher, 1213

' Guests here for the Feiber- I his arrival from Europe. I sisc teacher, who has three chil satisfaction from developing a ber of the Fine Arts Associa- dren's educations and for a Carswell, Hazelwood, N. C., N.W. 39th A.enue.Rehearsal .

Gracy wedding Saturday aft- Gilbert, a member of the : dren. recipe of her own. tion and the University of flOe family trip, possibly to Califor- Mrs. F. E. Clayton, Gaines- dinner honoringMiss

ernoon have returned to their UF Alumni European Tour, I However, she has a collection rida Hospital Auxiliary. I nia. ville Golf and Country Club. Davida Kopelowitz and

homes. is flying home with .David One of two Floridians namedin SATURDAY, August 15 their son, Victor Schneider,
Strickler of Alachua, who has the list of 100 winners, she Wedding of Miss Gretchen 6 p. m., Dr. and Mrs. NathanJ.

Mrs. James G. Feiber Sr. been working in New York will go to Miami Beach to compete Mary Smith, daughter of Mr. Schneider of Jacksonville,

had as her guests her sisters, this summer. with 99 other prizewinningbakers and Mrs. Burton Dunham Holiday Inn.

Mrs. Thomas Fuller, and Gen- from throughout the Smith of Havre de Grace,

eral_Fuller, WashingtonD. Al Alsobrook, director of United States in the Grand Ball- d

C., Mrs. E. M. Feiber, the UF Alumni EuropeanTour room of the Americana Hotel. IF.

Mrs. T. F. McGuire, M rs sent a postcard from The Grand Prize in the,$100,000 y +;r 1 Bridge e.e

R. E. Hyer, Miss Nancy Hyer, Paris reporting "hot weath- contest is 25000. you for want to pay more

Miss Sally Lambert and Lt. er" abroad during this sec- other Florida winner your Prescriptions
all of Jack- ClubBy
Norton England
ond alumni tour. in the Bake Off is
sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. competing : } BUSINESS.
N. E. England of New Or- Several members of the Miss Jan is M. Boykin, 17, '

leans. group saw Sophia Loren out- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. JOHN E. CRAPS IF.

side her apartment in Rome C. Boykin, Melbourne.As .
Staying at the home of and in Paris met Doro :,; A'# Mrs. H L. Breland and Mrs.I
finalists, the two have al- r a : F. J. Hoffer took top honors in you want to pay less
Miss Louise Kincaid, were her thy McGuire and Vincent l.4. I -that's OUR business.
ready won a General Electric ii a very close North South field'
sister, Mrs. J. C. McCrawIII Price.Al I'
Mrs. McCraw and their range and mixer, a $100 cash .'.:",(, : at the Monday evening tourna-
daughter, Laurie. Fort had the opportunity to prize and full expense money ment of the Gainesville Bridge I

Myers.young go into East Berlin during for the trip to Miami Beach. Club with 119 match points. THOUSANDSARE

the month's tour, which will There were nine tables in com-I
submittedfor DOING .
Palmers and after- Their recipes were petition and the
The J. Holly be concluded Thursday average score
great uncle and aunt of the noon when the group returnsto judging on a nationwide ba- for all pairs was 108. 'I Get Your NextPrescription

bridegroom, who came down New York City via plane. sis earlier this year.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robbins
from their summer home in 'Pie On A Stick'Mrs.
were second with 118, followedby
Mountain City, Ga., also returned Rev and Mrs. Miles Pat- w
Lupkiewicz won a placein Mrs. R. M. Walback and;,
terson and their children,
the finals with an original Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr. with| 'FilledAt
Gaines and Miss Harriet
recipe for a novel "pie on a 114, and Dr. E. R. Woodward!:
Stone Patterson, left Mondayfor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cros- stick." and Dr. Melvin Rubin with 113.!
West Point, Miss., for a
by will spend Thursday in
Jacksonville with the latter's two-week vacation. The recipe started as a pas- Van A. May and Rufus Heath,\
try enclosing a pineapple stick, Jr. led the East West contingent \ n
father, Marshall Respass, Gaines and Billy Shirleyson further developed Presenting Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz with a check for $100 as one of 100 state with the biggest I!
then[ was game
who will return with them of Mr. and Mrs. Ray first with new flavor combina- finalists in the Grand National Bake-off Contest of Pillsbury is R. E. Crippenof of the evening, 133 match \
for the weekend. The trio Shirley, returned over the Jacksonville branch for the Sirs. will
Lupiewicz to GRADY
tions added for taste and eye manager company. go points. Mrs. F. S. Hubbard and
will meet the Crosby's son, weekend from a trip to Wash- and finally with the Miami in mid-September to compete with 99 other prize-winning homemakersin Mrs. W. H. Miller tied with \ BOWEN

Gilbert, who is scheduled to inton, D. C., and New York appeal of handling.Mrs. the annual Pillsbury contest, which will be held in the Grand Ballroom of Mrs. M. H. DePass and Miss
stick for ease
fly down from Manhattan ear- City, where they attended theWorld's the Americana Hotel. \
Lupkiewicz first served Bernice Brenke for second place
ly Friday morning following.1II1111"1""IIIIIII"IIII"IIIII""III""nl"IIIIll" Fair. PROl! .SSIONAL
with 118 and P. A. Johnson
. "","'iimHnmiimiimmimnmunimmmimnmmiininnnmnmmimimOSEPHINE' ,, ......................................' IUUUUUIUIIIto I AttendanceAt -r I I SERVICE PHARMACY

CalendarOf with 117%.

Parade of Homes FVN -; The club will hold its quarterly Discount Drugs

business meeting at 7 this I

G/llJw EventsTODAY I r evening at the Holiday Inn. Play 419 S.W. 8th ST.
view- _
tJfd A continuous stream of
{ sion.All tCECILY MOWNSTON6 will follow at 7:30 p.m. Visitorsare FR 2-5347, FR 2-5348 I
ers has passed through the ticket proceeds will go toward AP feed Editor always welcome. I

gates since the 1964 Parade of the Alachua County Den- --- ---- ,,,_ ...,.....-..--,
BY August L. Homes opened Sunday despitethe tal Clinic, Sunland Training Cen- BRUNCH COMPOTE

(\ "TV Reception" for fresh- summer rains. ter, Alachua County Juvenile FRANCES Perfect for

\ men entering the Universityof This year's Parade of Homes, Counselor, Gainesville Scholar-
Florida in September and 1% cups cantaloupe balls
under the co-sponsorship of the ship and Loan Fund, Empty
their parents, 8 p.m. Alachua Gainesville Junior Woman's Stocking Fund, and other chari- .1 generous cup seedless grapes,, I BACK-TO-SCHOOL
) L Alumni Club hostsat halved if large .
County Club and the Home Builders ties sponsored each year by the I
UF Faculty Club, West Association of Gainesville. 1 can ((1 pound, 4 ounces) pine-

i illlllllllUblllUIIlllllllt11tmllUIIUUIDlllIlll1 p uiiuniiiniiiraitiiiiimiinnintiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiidniuniii/ t I Newberry Road.Gainesville club.Mrs. apple chunks
When a woman has weight to weeks. My blood pressure was Parade chairmen, Mrs. Asa Joe Wilder, Club publi- 1 cup blueberries

lose, she must have a strong a little high and so I checked Junior Woman Cox, Mrs. Gerald McCoy, and city chairman, pointed out that Mint sprigs
incentive or whe will not be with my doctor right along. 's Club, Parade of Homes, Mrs. Alray Howard, have expressed -for each day until Sunday, the
successful.The NW 28th Avenue off 34th appreciation with Parade will be open 3 to 8 p.m. Mix together the cantaloupe .'

motivation be "My doctor was so proud oj:f Street. Gainesville's response to the 50 II Hours for Sunday, the last day, :grapes and undrained pineapple d

from may into lovely any- me. Now I have slipped and University City Bridge cent donation asked for admis- will be 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. ; cover and chill. Jus I t rAl
thing getting a -
dress, to getting a husbandor gained back ten pounds. :]I Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall before serving, gently mix m"p '
don't want to see him until 1107:] NW 15th Terrace. '1 the blueberries. Garnish
keeping one. Sheer vanityis Bridesmaids Luncheon
lose them. I am so ashamed!! Summer Bridge, University mint. Makes about 1% quarts.
an incentive but this must
Please send me another BIF I of Florida Women's Club Q
be reinforced by stronger ones. KIT. and Newcomers Group, 8p.m. Given for Miss Norris
Of course, danger to healthor
Removes Excess Hair
Clubhouse, West New- .
the requirements of a ca- "The weight chart was s o I with the brides- combined with and1
berry Road.Gainesville. Entertaining mums pink \\1
helpful. I kept it to thE
activators. taped
reer are very potent Club maids luncheon complimentingMiss lavendar net interspersed with
Bridge ,
Letters from readers who cupboard door and it made m .
Jo Norris, bride- tiny butterflies, were > I II
Holiday Inn. Peggy 1 p is
feel 17:30 p.m.
know the real joy of success so good to see my weigh: I
Randall S. of a crystal the ,
line Student recital for Summer elect of Dampier compote as i IT t <
all the
may provide the inspirationyou dropping time. Mrs. Willie Cellon, centerpiece for the bride's
Voices classes of Dr. Vere Waverly, ta-I HAS r r
need. I'm '
showing you She saved her job: Richards, 8 p.m. Recreation Mrs. Lacy Doke, Mrs. Hugh ble. I OFTEN )
these personal letters as a
conducted "National "I am a woman in the business Center. Colson Jr. and Mrs. Ralph Cel- Places were marked for the BEEN ss
privately world. lon, were hosts at the Willie QUOTED 6
is 13
My job impor THURSDAY, August
Lowman bridal Mrs. Fred
Josephine Group after- party, May,
Therapy" week-to prod other tant to me since I must support t Gainesville Junior Wom- Cellon home Saturday aunt of Miss Norris, Mrs. Grace '. "\\,

women into the same kind of myself. an's Club Parade of Homes, noon. hostesses presented the Norris, Mrs. Robert Hargroveand '.:
action. "While I do not hope or trj NW 28th Avenue off 34th bride-to-be with a silver trivet Mrs. C. S. Smith. II
Street. .that to change a woman's :
First Letter
to compete with theyounge"glamour r and also presented of
corsages mind it must be something to ?
Listen to this: gals in the office, an< FRIDAY, August white and pink carnations to change her looks this Is I
Gainesville Junior Woman'sClub surely Indicative of the
"Dear Mrs. Lowmant !while I hold a much more re Miss Norris and her mother, Now OpenLillian's beauty products to help glamorize
Parade of Homes, NW
"I felt that no one cared until sponsible position than the;; Mrs. Tatum Norris. .end. cover up hidden blemishes.
28th Avenue off 34th Street. .Avoid a great deal of expense
my 20 year old son came and am much more importanto t During the party, the bridetobe remove excess hair
home on vacation from the Air the company, I still felt tha t Gainesville Bridge Club, presented gifts to her at- In with a electrologls.Free dignified, .painless manner '

Force. He said, 'Mom, you it was important for me to los e 9 a.m., Holiday Inn. tendants. Beauty Shop Booklet On Request rx
SATURDAY, August 15
used to be so pretty and had 20 pounds which had crept UI]p Pink carnations, roses, white I EDMUNDDWYER }. I
such a good figure.' on me. I did with BIP. I no: University Medical ,snapdragons and chrysanthe- Hampton, Florida

"Believe me, I did some-only| look much better am d: Swim party and picnic supper PHONE

thing about it! My bust meas- smarter but I am more el. 6:30 p.m., Gainesville Extra FlavorCracked I 468-1625
ured 40 inches; waist, 34; hips, ficient because I have mor e Country I
wheat has Residence
Gainesville Junior Wom- I 107 W. UniversityFR
44 inches. Now my bust meas- energy." flavor when it is cooked in I 468-1802 28039Foundations
an's Club Parade of Homes,
36 inches waist 30 I
ures ; hips, I
40. There it is. In one case th e NW 28th Avenue off 34th rich chicken broth. -.I I
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"Another child is going to be incentive was a husband, in Street.
before another a physician, In ar] I
married in a big wedding -
other a son, and in anothercareer. ;j a
long and I am going to Summer CoolerFor
make him proud of me."

Another Letter If yon would like to have a summer refresher,

Or this: my Beauty ImprovementPlan combine cold strong coffee

"My husband weighs me (BIP) which includes a, with milk and add scoops of Shop2nd

each morning and marks the weight chart on which yon I coffee of vanilla ice cream. Floor

chart himself and checks the plot your weight daily to: No need to sweeten the coffee -

list of foods I have eaten each watch your beauty line rise: I .
night I would not disappointhim as your weight line drops,' .-r fir. rI.
40 BED CAPACITY glamour begins
for anything." send 25 cents (plus 15 cents :

Another one: for first class mail and special NURSING HOME with a smile and aYantzeii :

"I did wonderfully with yourBIP handling) with your request NOW OPEN wM. x,
f 'r,
plan. I lost 30 pounds. 1 for the BIP KIT. Address I STARKE NURSING HOME MACSHOKZ CLASSICS
followed it a couple of weeks Josephine Lowman ii] INC i

longer than the usual eight t care of The Gainesville Sun. Ml S. Balky Rd, Stark. Ph. MM271 : JTHSBRA OF NATURAL BZAUT r% 1 for little ladies

I AccentMost I What'could be better for back-to-school than

I the jumper-blouse combination? The jumperis

AUGUST dflI Natural all cotton poplin with zipper back, three
cobbler front
apron, .
Padded Bra! pockets in blue & red -

MATERNITYa Jantzcnaire Foam pads. tx i I blouse is cotton $800

A new scientific miraclethe xu novelty with roll sleeves -

bra padding by r Ycy j and bow tie collar. .

Jantzen completely x > ., .

Bathing Suits I.and Styles 2 /3! off conventional different from foam rubber. Jumper Sizes 7-12 6' Blouse USE CHARGE CENTRAL .

3 Times lighter

1 and 2 Piece Dresses, Separates, Pedal Pushers weight

All Recognised Leading Maternity Brands Soft, Natural, Gentle
Withstands higher

ALL DRASTICALLY REDUCEDSummer laundering temperature : 4 I

Odorless,nontoxie, Asy r

Sale Of nonirritatingioSlinl a 1 z'
Reg. Stock Continues -4 : Quick drying. tots 3tJJrJ' t e e S

Vol. to $49.50 Gainesville's Only Complete I i Style 819-Cotton; White, .t

; off plus $1 Maternity Department l d & B.3236 395 10 E. University Avenue Ph. FR 2.4061

105 W. University Ave. FR 6-6348 ]1

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Wednesday Agust 12 ;i964 Gainesville Sun 13 .

Law Enforcement imiiNf i.......' :::%fji I IG

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: Special "SUPER-RIGHT" Short Shank SmokedFEATURING
Crisis Is Feared
,/1 I
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(t'' utty TALLAHASSEE Gen. Ralph Odum
ruesday Florida was rapidly] than unskilled laborers In some SCORES OF .
approaching a crisis in law enforcement counties. : 1- :. SPECIAL VALUES IN EVERY ".
which would result t I DEPARTMENT. FAMOUS
in anarchy if effective : The public image of police \r' : QUALITY FOODS AT LOW -
preventive officers should also be raised .. 6 to 8LB. A VG. -
i. measures were not established I LOW PRICES. COME IN AND
soon. for better law enforcement, he, STOCK UP ON YOUR FA- i
Odum told Sons of the Amer said. I I # 5 'n\\, e l VORITES. LB. 2 9c

1 lean Revolution meeting in Tal. Odum suggested committees I II << y (Half Sliced Picnic Ib. 330)
lahassee that his conclusion 4r. ;
\ I of law enforcement officers in 6t\\: S .. ;%t0.1 __ II
was based upon crime reports.I each county meet with t he i r I .. ..... ... .... '$
r issued by the FBI and other legislators and executives of local '. ... ....;::::::;::::::::::::;:;:;- -. r J ...

law enforcement agencies.One news media in an effort to ::::.:;.::.;.:..:.;..;.:.:;.........,............:.:....:: ;::;;tt'.;.;.' -/ .- : g
suggestion was that individuals alert the public to their probe! e> \\ .. '1
or corporations owning lems. He said law enforcement j .j Special CAP'N JOHN'S Fro%. Breaded Fantail I
wqlEllY s
or possessing firearms '
representatives should seek' ::; .
should be required to register legislation at the state level to I

he ment state.them At made said the agencies with, ballistics on time local bullets of and tests law registration with fired enforce-shouldbe from t he, standards mission eliminate law centralized with should,problems.A the review authority be board.created pay or to scales com set by I I I ; :e r fip IMPORTAN1ibD'; J f 5 H RIM P IeQuallty

the gun. "This would tend to and promote coordinated proI {

make it possible to immediately grams of law enforcement,' PEOPLE ::f11..1fIi1IfM. ..ttt..:.;.;:;:......::::r

identify the gun from which Odum said. .. : !1 jjii! l j!!!!!!!jj1!!jj!!!jtj!1 !!!jj! !j!jt!!! 10-OZ. C 2-LB. $155
any bullet was fired and to discover In other suggestions, Odum SavingsA&P's a .,...jj....................................................:.,...<..: PKG. 49 PKG.
without delay the owner said: .. c; Valued j ;;:::;:;::;;:;:;:;::;; ;;;:;:;;;:::;;; :;;
of the gun." Police officers should be' Exclusives IlSl0l71er ..
Odum said he realized there given more formal training in ore very important '... 'S ...e
was strong objection on the criminology and corrections at to YOU! .......I

part of sports clubs, rifle clubs Florida univers. ies. "Super-Right" Top Quality Beef Grade "A" Frozen Fryer FRESH FROZEN HEADLESS
and other groups to laws which -A system should be Inaugurated -
forbid the sale or ownership of for scholarship loans for Chuck Steak cut IB 49c Breast with, nb 2-ib. box 89c
pistols and rifles. police officers who want additional ::1:1B
f I He said, however, he failed classroom training in law "Super-Right" Top a bone in Grade "A" Frozen WholeSh'der S H R I M P
to see how good citizen enforcement.
I would object any to having his gun A well equipped laboratory Arm Roast lb. 59c Fryer Legs 2-n. box 89c

registered in such a should be established for
"Super-Right" Fresh "Super-Right" Pure PorkGr'nd $ 39
Odum also suggested a pay use by all state law enforcement 1 t: 5 LB 3 69
I Increase for law enforcement agencies.him Beef 5-ib. Pkg. 1.89 Bag Sausage . ID. 37c BOX LB

tt,+ ;
: :'sl' Special! Mild & Mellow EIGHT O'CLOCK ......
Popular _. .

t Coffee 1lb. 69c 3.l Ib. $199 ... ..

bag bag .. -
Is Sukarno? .. Jane Parker Freshly BakedCHERRY ... ,

Special! A&P Frozen FORDHOOK BABY : :
j; By EDWIN Q. WHITE almost unrestricted powers,: .
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -! there is no significant open.op 1
\ Troops with .unsheathed bayonets position. Any criticism of Sukar- $ Limas 4 10oz.pkgs.
'I took up' positions along a no is voiced guardedly and then i ift&titrft : \ PIES J Jill
busy Jakarta street. Sirens only to persons in whom the
sounded and eight motorcycle critics have complete trust.I 4 SCAMPS ij .

i police, four armored cars and Some who have been more With This Coupon and Purchase of *ft**,',! Special Ann Page CREAM OF MUSHROOM .. 1lb., 8ox. 4S c _e69c
nine jeeps filled with guards forthright are no longer in this I...
j swept past. country, or are in jail. 'I' :11 Ann Pag Pur Peach ;I .I each ._-

j In the center of the convoy No newspaper attacks the in Preserves 1-lb.. jar 35c 1: S 2 1Q12OZ.cans 29 C... ..-
JAX. t IS 64
was the long, black limousine president personally. The gov I: Coupon Good Through Sat., Aug. U .. .1. ...
ernment-run radio hails his policies 1 GUp ... ....
carrying the president of In I in words and music. : .. ._ a 11'.1I_:. : ...
1 donesia.An -- -------- -----
Listening to nearby Radio .
American woman tourist
"f looked Malaysia is forbidden. Books I = FRESH BARTLETT 1
on slightly .
critical of Sukarno have been PLAID K: ...
then put down her orange soda I : Vo" : ..
burned or barred. Some American STAMPS .
and said: banned. I PEARS ..
publications are
I .
'Tell me, just how popular is Indonesia's 10 legal political I : With This Coupon and Purchase of .MiAnn ... ,, ,; ,ie+, .i

this President Sukarno?" parties, ranging from Communist : Page Pur. Strawberry :;: N ,,, ,I, ,. .i All Flavors Marvel Brand
.\ The question is a difficult one. to nationalist to religious,I : Jelly 12-OTi. jar 35c !!: A, 1r .
At 63 Sukarno, lifetime president may bicker among themselves' JAX 1-15-44 U' 2 IbS.29c
I Coupon Good Through Sat., Aug IS _: ICE I
II of this island country, has but they never assail the president .
r* _ __ rriS' .
assassination attempts .
; survived five or his actions. : an Jim JK'
since 1957. The bristling The Parliament is appointed.The FRESH CALIF.
escort is routine when he ::t )
moves last elections were held in 9BHj MILK
through this city of three mil. f l PLUMS
1955.By !
lion.After utilizing fully his shrewd :r25ba PLAID ..j .
an attempt on his life sense of balance and timing Su i STAMPS 3i! .6 1 :
!! ?
In May 1962, Sukarno formed karno has been able to play off i .2 /2 gal. 39c .
With This Coupon end Purchase of gjj{ \ .
the Tjakarabirawa regiment, an the country's major strengths Ii ._ 2 Cans Ann Page pit: : Ctn. ..
elite guard of more than 2,000 against each other and has :J" Prepared Lib. /2-oz.. cans "I: lb. 19. +t: .. .
M men whose sole task is to pro- come out on top. i I |in Spaghetti 2. for 37c |:! -.. ...
tect him. This red-bereted He is the only president In- !M JAX..t 15 44 .. ..'
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14 Gainesville Sun Wednesday August 12, 1964

Judaism- Grows from Rich Biblical HeritageThis : I


and their marriage has become meat must not be boiled in
is the first part of an philosophical, the other rela- I
article on "What is a Jew" in tively simple.) empty and meaningless.) milk. This was a pre-Biblical,1

the Sun's continuing series OURRELIGIONS pagan custom.) :j About the Author
en the nation's major faiths, WHAT Maimonides distir\guished''
"What Our Religions Are." Do Jews believe that Juda- is Do all Jews wear hats physician well Morris N. Kertzer, rabbi of the Larchmont Tem-
as as a
ism is the only true religion? when they pray? philosopher said that "kosher", ple, Larchmont, New York, is a former presidentof i
By MORRIS N. KERTZER eso'f. the National Association of Jewish Chaplainsin I
Jews do not presume to judge No. Orthodox Jews wear a food restrictions were health the Armed Forces. In World War II, he receivedthe
What is a Jew? the honest worshipper of any hat or skullcap at all times measures-particularly in the' Bronze Star Medal for "meritorious achievement" -

faith. Our praper book tells us: ARE .not only during prayer. Con- case of pork, which deteriorates as chaplain on the Anzio beachhead. He
It is difficult to find a single servative Jews the head rapidly in warm climates.He .
"The righteous of all nationsare J cover : was formerly director of interreligious activitiesfor
definition. A Jew is who
one only during acts of also saw important moral I
worthy of immortality. We worship. the American Jewish Committee and has lectured -
That accepts is the the religious faith of definition.Judaism. Jews know that there are many Reform Jews generally pray values in applying restraint to;I] throughout the United States on religious

mountain tops- and all of them :without hats. eating habit, for if we practice education and interfaith cooperation.He .

A Jew is one who, without reach for the stars. ing the New Testament or any as they regard marriage as a In ancient times, Jews covered discrimination in satisfying our has served as chairman of the Social Action

formal religious affiliation, re- other Christian writings. I have 1 three way partnership be- their heads during wor- appetite, we may be more self- Commission of the Synagogue Council of Americaand
gards the teaching of Judaism even seen pious Jews poringover tween husband, wife, and God., ship by lifting their prayer controlled with the other temp-i is presently Chairman of the Church-State

its ethics, its folkways, its Do Christianity and Juda- the contents of missionary Our religion is essentially a shawls over their heads in or- tations of life. Commission of the Central Conference of

literature as his own. Thatis ism agree on anything? literature; and many Jew- family religion. The mother' der to cover their eyes. This I, American Rabbis and a member of the executive
Many of the laws concerning
the cultural definition of a On what points do they dif ish scholars know the Gospelsas the Sabbath candles I'removed all distraction from committee of the New York Board of Rabbis.
lighting ; Kosher food deal with the
and made it possible to
the Old Testa- prayer
fer? intimately as
the father, blessing his chil- method of the animal I
attain the
Jew.A greatest concentration -
ment which is the basis of our
Jew is one who considers Christians and Jews share the creed. dren at the table; the many I during worship. The hat or: : it must be done without What is the Talmud? j Many of the moral maximsof

himself a Jew or is so regardedby same rich heritage of the Old happy rituals that surround holidays -,skullcap is the symbolic descendant I pain to the beast, with the the Talmud have become
his community. That is the Testament, with its timeless the scroll (mezuzah) on of the prayershawl cov greastest possible speed, and The Talmud consists of 63l\

"practical" definition of a Jew. truths and its unchanging va the doorpost which signifiesthat ering. by a God fearing man. In- bosks of legal, ethical and his-!'household phrases: "Give every

Professor Mordecai lues. They share their belief in Are there various creeds God is in the home -I I cidentally, Jews are forbidden I torical writings of the ancient man the benefit of the doubt."
Kaplan and sects among Jews? I'
calls Judaism "a civilization." the fatherhood of one God all each of these is an integral I to hunt. rabbis. It was edited five'"An ignorant man connot bea

Jews share a common history, I knowing, all powerful, ever- American Judaism contains part of Jewish life. I What are the 'ok 0 5 he r" Jews who follow the dietary centuries after the birth of I pious one." "Don't look at

common prayer, a vast literature merciful, the God of Abraham, three religious groupings: the The Catholic Weekly Amer- laws? laws do not feel a sense of de :Jesus. It is a compendium of the flask but at what it con-

and, above.all, a common Isaac and Jacob. Orthodox, the Conservative, ica has said that "the disproportionately The Old Testament (Leviti-I privation. They regard kosher law and lore. It is the legal tains." "Words without deeds
moral and spiritual purpose. I They share their faith In the and Cie Reform (sometimes small number 'of cus) sets down certain definite of their code which forms the basis of are like a tree without rootsa -
'practices as a symbol
Judaism is really a way of life.'sanctity of the Ten Command- called the Liberal). Jewish children requiring public dietary restrictions: ((1)) It is lesson in self- Jewish religious law and it is puff of wind and it collapses.
heritage, a daily
ments, the wisdom of the pro- care is a tribute to Jewish forbidden to eat the meat of the textbook used in the training "Why are we born into the
phets, and the brotherhood of The Orthodox Jew regardshis family life." Juvenile delinquency -''certain animals (such as the discipline, and a human constant reminder of rabbis. world with clenched fists and
man. faith as the main streamof is rare among Jews pig and horse) and certain: beings leave it with outstretched
ets What of Judasim are the?principal ten- Central to both faiths is the a tradition that has been un- and alcoholism almost unheard I Iot. seafoods (shrimp, lobster crab!must feel pity for all living Interlaced with the legal discussions -fingers? To remind us that

firm belief in the spirit of man; altered for the past 3000 years. and oyster). things. of the scholars are we take nothing with us."

Judaism holds that man can in the pursuit of peace and the He accepts the Bible as the Though divorce is permittedby ((2) Meats must be slaugh- How many Jews obey the thousands of wonderful par- .
most genuinely worship God by hatred of war; in the democratic -revealed Will of God. He does the laws of the Talmud, the tered according to ritual and dietary law today? No one ables, biographical, sketches,
imitating those qualities that ideal as a guide to the polit- not change with each new (divorce rate is far below com- must meet specific health stand can answer authoritatively. A historical notes, humorous "
NEXT "What is Jew
are godly: As God is merciful, ical and social order; and, "wind of doctrine"; he says munity average. (Divorce is ards. safe guess is that less than 20 ancedotes and epigrams a : a ,

so must we be compassionate; above all, in the imperishablenature that his way of life yields neither -permitted when love and hare '(3)) Meat products and dairy per cent of the Jews in Amer- storehouse of wisdom which is Part II. I

as God is just, so must we deal of man's soul. These are to expediency nor to com- mony have ceased to exist be-:products may not be eaten to- ica conform strictly to the as real today as it was many c. It 33$1 by Cowles Maga-

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tolerant. ism and Christianity that makesup Sabbath strictly (no work, no

the Judeo Christian heritage travel, no writing, no business I
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our sages taught: "He who is The chief areas of disagree- ). They observe every detail .
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I' [He's Worried.r1; ''fg White Sox Turn AL Tables

':::lf They're Two Reasons Why

With Twin Wins

Phillies GoingAll :" : __: ____

The ? By HAL BOCK am ;
Way Associated Press Sports Writer

Manager Yogi Berra isn't { ,. 1.i
reaching for the panic button (fj, .

The Philadelphia Phillies are going to win the National I yet. It wouldn't be the thing to <

League pennant this year. At least that's the word from Bill I',.' "x.. do in the staid, gray flannel '

Israel, a man close to the subject. t world of New York Yankee su : ; : t 1
1IIil.1J premacy.But ; fi. ;::
'. Israel is the Phillies' scout for this area, basing his operations {"t t you'll have to forgive Ber : P :

in Jacksonville. ; ; ;I ra if he's wondering just a bit. lSF.. '

"Since have Thomas now, we should go all the way," } He's been a Yankee for 17 years u-' : '' = ;' .:
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he said yesterday in a telephone conversation from Jax. 51f/ and he's seen pennant races ___ E' _. = : .} .,: I

This Thomas he referred, is 35 year old veteran reach into August before. That's '
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habit of traveling the past : l l' Frank Thomas who has made a t :., "J.t ,. _ .,.. _. __._ _. _, ,_-' ,, : I '
few years. He made the almost unbelievable jump from the t.i:1.; ;J'f / club, which lost a daynightdoublehe'ader __ ',

lowly New York Mets to Philadelphia the other day. t:::?-tij; : : : 1 t i 1.:: ., to the Chicago *. '." __. _,"' _._'._-_ _. i JUAN PIZARRO PETE WARD
White Sox 6-4 and 8-2 Tuesday,
suchan j Hot Pitching I
their throwing arms for Supplied HittingWEAKEST
The other Mets would give ,j 1 > I I1i1 and former Yankee teams __1 __ A__ A A A A I I
opportunity. f .!1 1j seems to end. "X "X "X "X "'If *

Thomas spent some time with Pittsburgh and Cincinnati : .: ; The White Sox who had lost
before his demotion to Casey Stengel's motley crew. t j( k I 10 straight to New York, weren'tabout IN YEARS

) /, to extend that string.

-Supplies Need ";"..,."t..o:"' 'i"i'<..d".,.<,'"..>"l'l'x: Pete Ward stroked three hits,

including his 17th home run and

Thomas provides the Phils with a dangerous right-handed iI$ : drove in four runs as Chicago Wh Yankee Power?

hitter, the one thing they direly needed. Although a three- -- snapped the streak with the afternoon L ere

doesn't look like much was ,
game lead in the standings YOGI BERRA victory. I

lacking. I Yank Leader .I They were Even even More more convincing By JOE REICHLER The pitching, with Whitey I Tuesday, was immediately The Yankees have more than

Israel also was high in his praise of fireballing pitcher in the nightcap as Ward NEW YORK (AP) Watch I Ford out indefinitely because ofa nominated to start against the 50 games left to play. But with

Jim Bunning, whom the Phillies obtained from Detroit earlier had three more hits and Juan ing the New York Yankees hip injury, is uncertain and White Sox today. two teams in front of them,

this year. Bill Godwin Pizarro fired a five-hitter winning these days makes an observer undermanned. Manager Yogi Club Down neither of which they play after

"He's (Bunning) a great pitcher," Israel said. ':1 bet De- his 15th game. Pizarro recall that advertising slogan Berra is in such a pinch for "The club is down, said Ber Aug. 20, it looks like a long

troit is sorry they let him go." And who should know more Leads Carlon added insult to injury by capping with a slight variation: pitching, he was forced to dig ra. "We're not tired. We're justin uphill climb.

aljout Bunning than Israel, who scouted eight years with a five-run Chicago burst in "Wonder where that power into the club's Richmond farm a rut. We're just not hitting.

Detroit before going to Philadelphia this year. To The TitleBilly the sixth inning with his third went?" 'for help. We can't seem to get that big They just don't seem to have

homer of the year-a three run This has to be the weakest I inning. We picked a heck of a enough-pitching, or the sock to

"The rookies have been playing great ball, and Callison Godwin played another I shot into the right field bleach Yankee hitting team in years. Mel Stottlemyre, called up time to go into a slump." make up for it.

(Johnny) is having a fine year," he continued.The outstanding dual role last nightat The club has a composite batting

rookie he expounded on the most is third baseman City Park and carried Car- ers.The double victory pulled the I average of under .250, with

field. "Allen's definitely White Sox to within one of Mickey Mantle the only .300 hit- Shula to Get Colts
Richie Allen, a terror at bat and in the Ion Pipers of High Springs to game Hopes
in the running for Rookie of the year," Israel the championship of the sub- the league-leading Baltimore ter. His average is .310.
Orioles who edged the Boston Worse, it is not producing the
said. district men's fast pitch softball
tournament. Red Sox 8-7. Elsewhere in the long ball, a long-time Yankee Off Fast Start
"And then there's Covington (Wes)," the veteran scout American League, Washington trademark. It is almost unbelievable to in NFL

added. "He usually starts hitting at the end of the season." Godwin pitched a four hit- whipped Kansas City 5-2, Minnesota but true, that six of the

ter, rapped one of Carlon'sthree downed Detroit 5-3 and nine other American League ....-- ...... .. -- -
Throw in Clay Dalrymple, a strong armed catcher, and hits and scored a run in ny oIAliANlJ Lorick at fullback and Ted
you have the ingredients for a championship club. It's been the 5-3 victory over McDonaldand Cleveland shut out Los Angeles clubs top the Yanks in home' (Third in a Series) Davis of Georgia Tech at line-

14 years since the Philly "Whiz Kids" brought a pennant Sons of Ocala. 30.The runs. Such a phenomenon hasn'toccurred WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP- backer are the newcomers with
losses dropped the third in 45 years, or since Don Shula hopes to get his Baltimore -A
Godwin hurled all three of the best chance to fight their
place Yankees 3% games off the Babe Ruth joined the organization. -
Colts out of the in
home.Left Carlon's wins in the tourney, gate a way into starting positions.
pace, gave them five defeats in ., fast
Impressed and sparkled each time at the six games against Baltimoreand Added Insult I Gino start Marchetti despite the the retirementof Unitas has his favorite target
plate. in the last week Berry, in action at split end and
Gainesville of weeks to view Chicago The normally weak-hitting. :
Israel came to a couple ago all-National Football League defensive :
The travel to Jackson Mackey, touted as "a new Mike
the American Legion regional tournament. He went away Pipers and left Berra worried. White Sox of Chicago added in- end.
ville tomorrow night to compete Three Homers out- Ditka," at tight end with Orr at
sult to injury Tuesday by
in his mind. i
with two names sticking Don Thompson, a 6-foot-4
in the district tournament. Baltimore got three two-run homering the Yankees as they the flanker, Hill at fullback and
First baseman Jackie Eckdahl and catcher Ricky Guenth- They will play the No. 2 team homers the last one Boog swept both ends of a day-night' 240-pounder in his third year of 0 Matte or Moore at running

er, both of the Gainesville legion team, did things that impressed from Jacksonville in an 8:30: Powell's 30th circuit blow of the twin bill 64 and 8-2. The double pro ball, must fill Marchetti'sshoes back. Willie Richardson backsup
if the Colts front four is
this man of baseball. clash at Murray Hill. season-to whip the Red Sox. loss, the Yankees' fourth and Orr and Gary Cuozzo is the
to hold its own with the other
"Eckdahl looks like a natural to me," Israel said. "We'll McDonald and Sons also Brooks Robinson and Sam Bow- fifth in their last six games, buried -powers. If Thompson doesn't second quarterback.With .
earned a berth in the district, ens also connected for the Orioles in third Jim Parker all-
And Guenther looks them deeper place, an
be following him all the way next year. make it, Shula will have to do
good, too." and will play the Jax host who beat relief ace Dick 3% games behind the front-run- some fast shuffling, perhaps league ace, at left guard the

team at 7 p. m. at LackawannaPark. Radatz. ning Baltimore Orioles and 2% front offensive line is intact.

Eckdahl is a junior who is expected to start In three Powell's shot in the seventh behind the White Sox. moving Fred Miller to the out Bob Vogel and George Preas

sports this coming season at Gainesville High School Guen- Hubert Caldwell and Pat inning came on a 1-2 pitch with Chicago hit four homers to side. man the tackles, Parker and .

ther also Is a junior at GHS. Johnson picked up the other two out and broke a tie that was two by the Yankees. "Our main idea is to get off -------'-- Alex Sandusky are the guards

two hits for Carlon last night. created when Robinson cloutedhis fast," said Shula at the training JOHNNY UNITAS
While Israel is courting baseball players, football coachesare "It's the law of averages, and Dick Syzmanski is at cen
Jerry Morrow was the bat 16th an inning earlier. said White Sox Manager Al Lo camp on the campus of Western Throwing Sharp ter.
busy keeping an eye on his son, Clyde.
ting leader for the losers with Jim King and Don Lock hom Maryland College. "Last year
"The Yankees beat us 10 .
f Clde Is 6-feet-6, weights 245 pounds and is expected to two hits in three at bats, and ered to back up Claude Osteen's straight pez. and we were long over we lost three of the first four back in football. And that goes Defense A Problem I

Jacksonville Paxon School pitching for the Senators' victo- and dropped out of contention."We for everybody.
play a lot of tackle on the High Gus Hastings and Jack Mit- due. I've been around long Defense of
team this fall. ry. Osteen, who won his 11th, want to pick up wherewe "We'll be better off on offense may present more
grid chell picked a single a
up know that
enough to everythingevens a problem to Shula's personnel.The .
was replaced by Jim Hannan in left off last fall when we from the start. A year ago wedidn't
like he could baseball. "But he piece. In the long run." return of Billy Ray Smith
Sounds really wallop a the seventh. Nelson Mathews up won five of the last six down know John Mackey was ,

doesn't care anything about baseball," his dad quickly Big Inning Ice homered for the Athletics in the Looked Drab the stretch." as good as he is. We didn't havea who sat out last year, strengthens -

pointed out. He's strictly football." with Carlon a big put four-run the game sixth on in- ninth. The Yanks have looked drab Shula was new to the club fullback until Jerry Hill got one tackle spot, with Millerat

Earl drove in three and dismal in recent days. Normally the other. Ordell Braase will
Battey himself last his first as going. Raymond Berry and Jimmy
-Unusual Game ning, after trailing 2-1. The wInners year
fine defensive club be at his old end job. Marchetti's -
scored their initial run in runs and Tony Oliva slammed a head coach. He also had to fit Orr were out and Lenny
his 28th homer as the Twins they committed two errors in rookies into the 1963 Moore missed half the season. position is the problem.The .
There was an unusual and exciting football game played the first frame. front
trio of
each to along with linebacking
snapped Tiger game go
a seven-game
I Veterans will man mostof "Tom Matte did whale of
squad. a a
last week in Hershey, Pa. It matched high school all-stars Softball will continue here winning streak. their 11 hits. Jackie Burkett, Bill Pellington
from Texas with the burly coal miners of Pennsylvania.Long tomorrow night with the district the key positions this season. job at Moore's position. We can and Don Shinnick is being

has the verbal feud been going on as to which state men's slow pitch tourney "Johnny Unitas is throwingreal count on him. Whatever we get pressed by Bill Saul, Steve

produces the best prep football players. kicking off. Games are set at sharp," said Shula. "He out of Moore will help. We also Stonebreaker and Davis.

After 48 minutes of head to head combat, the question 7, 8:15 and 9:30 at City Park. started slowly last year but he are counting on help from Tony Bobby Boyd and Lenny Lyles

.was answered. Pennsylvania edged Texas, 126. Seven teams will compete. m was fantastic in the second half. Lorick, our No. 2 draft" choice figure to fill the corner spots in

Unitas is just the best quarter- from Arizona State.
the defense with
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: ped their single game to Columbus 'second place again a few days Totals 32 5 5 5 Tartabull Totals ph 37 1 2 0 10 0 0 2,. Perry Kostro p ph 1000 1000 Avco Corp., had a record of 45 do the punting.

It's a toss up in the Inter. 62. later. Washington ............. 100 400 OOO-S T:!t..ls.' _____ 343$3 Totals" 21515 NEW YORK (AP) Ten victories, 14 defeats and 5 ties in

national League between Jack.. It all began when Syracuse I Now the Suns have fought Kansas City .............. 000 11 1101-2 Minnesota ................ 000 201 llx-J more names were added todayto seven years at Dartmouth. NfXT-St. Louis.
sonville and The five series from Brinkman. DP-Washington 1. LOB I Detroit .................... 021 100 000-1 the National Football Foun -
Syracuse. swept a -
way game their way back on top and have -Washington 1. Kansas City 9. I a .

they come out each day seems i Jacksonville two weeks ago in a one-game lead. King 28-(16)Brinkman., Lock (20)Causey Mathews Alusik.(7).HR-. E None. OP Detroit 1, Minnesota dation's Hall of Fame, includingEarl
to determine the league leader., Syracuse on their Florida home I IP H R ERBBSO 1. LOB Detroit 5. Minnesota 8.2B H. Blaik, former coach at
In other games, Richmondshut Osteen. W, 11-8 .. 62.3' 1 1 1 4 Brown, Oliva. 4B Freehan. HR
The Suns swept a doublehead., place. Then, the Suns caught out Rochester 5-0 and Toronto Hannan ......... Jl-3 1 1 1 0 4 Demeter (15). Oliva (26). SB Dartmouth and Army who origi-
er, 6-1 and 7-2, from Rochester Cyracuse on their Florida home Segul. L. 7-9 ..... 3 2-3 5 5 5 1 2 Brown Hall. S Worthing. nated the lonely end formation.The .
whipped Atlanta 9-4. Stock .......... 11-30 0 0 0 0 IP H R ERBBSO
Tuesday night and recaptured .. grounds and climbed back on Sanders ........ 2 0 0 0 0 2 Aguire I.. 2-6 ... 6 2-4 i 4 4 4 5 players honored were
I Glen Hobbie fired a twohitter Wyatt .......... 2 0 0 0 0 1 Navarro ........I 1.3 2 1 1 1 1 ., ,#
Charles 0. Universityof
first place as Syracuse drop. top of the pack only to slip into in the first Jacksonville T-2:27. A-8,042 Stigman ........4 6 3 S 0 3 ,,
game as Perry ...........2 1 0 0 0 0 Washington halfback 1926-28;
scored six unearnedruns BOSTON BALTIMORE Worth'ton. 3-3 ... 3 1 0 0 1 4
abrhbi abrhbi HBP By Aguirre. Killebrew. T Ray R. Evans, Kansas University -
_;ls" in the sixth inning.In Mantilla 2b 4210 E.Rob'son cf 4000 2:32. A 14,644. halfback 1941-42-46-47; Rob-
the second Dick Bressoud ss 5110 Aparicio ss 4 0 1 0
lefty 1h
Y'trze'skf cf 4 3 2 OSIebern: Ib 2100 ert J. Herwig, University of t _
I LeMay coasted behind a 7-0 Stuart Ib 4042 Powell If 3212 Night Cam
Wilson pr 0000B.Rob$0fl3b4222 CLEVELAND LOS ANGELES California center 1935-37; Allison 7
lead to his 10th victory of the
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season. He yielded six hits Horton 1Mb 3001 Lau C 3100 Salmon Ib 4110 Green If 4 0 0 C .-
Howser ss 2000 Power 3b loot '
Malzone 3b SOllBrown e 0000 bama fullback 1922-25; WilliamN.
_one a home run by Cliff Cook- Thomas rf 4130 Adair 20 4021 Wagner If 4 1 1 Gatewood pr 0000
Tlllman c 5021 Bunker p 1000 Alvis 3b 4113 Torres 3b 1000 Mallory, Yale University
AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUEW while striking out eight and Mon'tepr0000Viysrd p 1000Heltner Azoic C 4000 Fregosl ss 4001
William Kyle
fullback 1921-23
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Baltimore 70 43 .41* Philadelphia 44 43 .606 Radatz p 1000 Brown 2b>> 3010 A cock Ib 3010 Rote, Southern Methodist University .
Chicago 4* 44 .," 1 San Francisco 45 4I.57S 3 Nixon ph 1000 Held rf 3010 Newman pr 0 0 0 e
New York 4S 45 .591 3 Cincinnati S3 51 .553 5V4 Earl Francis pitched and Totals 3f 714 5 Totals 3117 Tiant p 3000 Rodgers c 4 0 1 0 halfback 194350V..

Los Angeles 57 57 .50? 12'* Pittsburgh 5t 51 .536 TV* batted Columbus over Syracuse.The Boston ................. 110 122 111-7 Perry Knoop ef 2b 2001 3011 Earl Sprackling, Brown University -
Detroit 58 51 .500 13W St. Louis S' 53.527 1 Vt Baltimore ..._......... tlO 203 29x-IE Pearson
Minnesota 55 59 .42 15V* Milwaukee 57 54 .514 10 29 year-old right-hander pH 0 0 0 1 quarterback 1908-11: Lang-
Cleveland 54 60 .474 144 Los -Stuart. Aparicio. LOB-Boston 11. Koppe 2b 0001
Boston 53 41 .445 \JVi Chicago Angeles 55 52 54 51 .45.473 12 uvk held the Chiefs to four hits and Baltimore 3 Belmsky. p 2000 don Lea, Princeton tackle, 1892-
Washington 45 72 .315 27 Adair. 3B Adair. HR Bowens (U). B. Totals 31 30 Tatals 21040
Houston -
4 s a .417 Rinehart
21 and Charles R.
unearned 95 ,
Kansas City 42 71 .372 21 two runs and came up Robinson (16). Powell (30). SF-Horton. ;
New York
3575.31533 Cleveland ._.............too too
Chicago ....Yesterday's New York 4-2 Results Philadelphia Yesterday's 13 Chicago Results 5 with a run scoring single that HeHner ........ 52-3 IP H 7 R* ER 5 5550 a 5 Us Angles ........_...... _OM MO 000 M3--0E 3 Lafayette guard, 1894-97.
Washington 5. Kansas City 2 New York X Pittsburgh 2, TV* Innings. put the Jets ahead to stay. Radatz.L10-7.,214l 2 2 1 1 Lea, Rinehart and Malloryare BEEFEATERBEEFEATER
Minnesota 5. Detroit 3 rain Bunker ........ 4 I 4 4 2 3 -Alvls. DP-Cleveland 2. LOB-
Baltimore I. Boston 7 Cincinnati 4. Los Angeles 2 Rookie Jim Horsford stopped Vineyard ...... 12-3 1 2 0 > 1 Cleveland 3. Los Angeles 4. dead.
Cleveland 3. Los Angeles 6 Milwaukee '. Houston i Rochester on five hits to record Halt W. <-1 ...... 3 5 1 1 0 3 HR-ANts (13). S-Howser, Belinsky. Selected
Tecll.OlmesChlClgo San Francisco '. St. Louis 3 Barber ........ 1-30 0 00 0 IP H R ERBBSO
Herbert 5-3 at New York Stettle- Today's Games his shutout It was his second Bunker faced 2 men in 5th. TUnt W. 5-1 ..... S 4. 0 J 2 The football greats of yesteryear .
Philadelphia Short 10-4 at Chicago Jackson WP-Vineyard. T2:3&13,26%. Belinsky, L. M ?., 4 3 3 1 3
Clvciind Donovan 7-7 at Los Angeles 14-5 victory against as many de HBP-By TIant Power. WP-Belinsky. were selected by an honor
NetnClS.. night New York Jackson 6-11 at feats. Bay Cam T2C7..110..
Pittsburgh Russell
Washington Narum 74 at Kansas City Law *.*. night CHICAGO NEW YORK court headed by Fred ,
Bowsfteld. night San Francisco Perry M at St. Louts abrhbi abrhbi CHICAGO NEW YORK sports editor and vicepresidentof
Detroit much 11-7 at Minnesota Grant Craig 5-5 night Richmond pushed across four McCraw rf 5120 Kubek u 4112 abrhbi abrkbl
,-.. night Los Angeles Koufax 17-S at Cincinnati Buford 2b 4100 Rich'son 2b 4 1 1 0 McCraw rf 4OlOKubeku 3010 the Nashville Banner, and an- Martini Menappreciate
Boston Wilson 11-1 at Baltimore Pappas OToole 12-4. night runs in the fourth on singles by Wets 2b SO 0 OM.arlsrf 4000 WshWgerrfllioLinzss 1000 nounced Chester J. LaRoche
10-5 nightTamarreWs Houston Farrell 11-7 at Milwaukee Ckxv Don Wallace and Horace Clark, Robinson H 33 3 1 Mantle cf 4120 Buford 2b S000Rkwason401o by ,
Games Inger lo-lli ftlolltTIIMI'NW' Ward :3b 5134 Tresh H 3001 Robinson If 42lOTreshlt 4080 foundation president.
Detroit at Minnesota Games a Triple by Art Lopez and FredHopke's Skowron Ib 3020 Pepitone Ib: 4000 Ward 30 4230 Mantle cf 4111
Chicago at New York twilight Philadelphia at chicago Landis pr cf 0 0 0 1 Howard c 4011 Skowron Ib Ll32Howardc 3110 The selections bring the totalof its
14th home
Boston at Baltimore NINTEItNAnONAL Only game scheduled run of the Stephens cf 4000Boyer 3b 4010 Stephens 40005lancKsrdelSIo in the Hall of Fameto
WUhebn p 1000 Terry p 0100 Landis cf 0000 Lopez rf 3010 players
LEAGUEW. Pet. O.B. FLCRIDA STATE LEAGUEW year. Hansen u 40 2 Blan'ard ph 1000 Hansen ss 4000 Pepitone Ib 2001 172, and coaches to 51.
L Pet. .... Martin 4010 Martin 4222 Boyer 3b 3000 I identifiable
Jacksonville 72 41 400 Tampa 2* 14 .447 Atlanta outhomered Toronto Horlen p 3000 Pizarro p 4ll3Boutonp 2000 The men will be formally in-
Syracuse 70 41 .59J 1 St. Petersburg 23 17 J7S 4 H'sh'oer rf 1. 0 0 Gonzalez 1 0 0 0
44 51 .557 SV* 3-0 but that wasn't for ducted at the foundation's an- -4Ls
Buffalo Orlando 22 1* .573 5VS enough Totals 3? 6136 Totals 32 4 i 4Cfefcase Totals 31111 7 Tetato 3i52

Toronto Rochester 60 62 55.522 57 .521 'ev V** Miami Ft. Lauderdale 21 21 22 23 us T\* the cellar dwelling Crackers, ................... ill ooo 293-4 Cb<*9 ................. nl IOS! 100-1 nual dinner here Dec. 8 when excellence.
Richmond 54 61 .470 1 Lakeland 17 21 .477.447 0 e who collected only two other New York ......,_....._.'. 002001 Ml 4 New Yark .. -...._....... 010 CM on-2E Donold B. Lourie, Princeton .-. '
Columbus 47 71 J90 24 Sarasota 17 24 .415 1W E-Weis. Kubek. Richardson. DP-Chi- '
Atlanta. 41 .342 31 Beach 16 hits while Toronto sprayed 11 quarterback of 1919-21, will receive -
Daytona 25 JW im cago. LOB Chicago 5 New York 4. 2B- -Pepitone Mantle. LOB-Chicago 4. THE IMPORTED ONE 2iBEEEEATERGIN
Today's Games Yesteetfayl Results hits and won, 9-4. Robinson. Skowron. Martin. HR-Robin- New York 3. the foundation's gold medal
Toronto at Atlanta Fort Lauderdale 2-3. Lakeland: 1-0 son (10). Ward (17). Kubek U). SBuford 25-Lopez. Skowron. HR-Martin (4),
Buffalo at Jacksonville Tampa 3. Miami 2 It was Toronto's eighth victory Landis. Terry. Tresh.IP Pizarro (3). Mantle' (23). Pepitone. award.
Richmond at Rochester Daytona Beach 4, Sarasota 3 H R ERBBSOHorlen tp H R ERBBSOPbarro
Columbus at Syracuse St. Petersburg at Orlando 2 pod. rain' in nine games at Atlanta'sPonce ..._....... 51-3533 1 3 W 15-4 .. 5 2 2 0 5 College football's Hall of
Yesterdays Results tedays Games De Leon Park and their Uossl W. )-1 ..__. S-3 0 0 0Wiihelm S I BoutonL12-10..6 7 7 I 1 Fame will be built at Rutgers '
Richmond 5. Rochester 0 Daytona Beach at Sarasota 94 PROOF 100% GRAIN rUUTRAL SPIRITS FROM ENGLAND BY KOBRANO. N.?.
.......... 3 1 1 0 S 3 Renitf ....___.. 2 2 1 1 I 2
Toronto Atlanta 4Jacksonville Orlando at St. Petersburg 13th victory over the Crackers Terry U 5-f ..... 7 10 4 4 1 4 Williams ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0 University, New Brunswick,
6-7. Buffalo M Lakeland at Fort Lauderttle Hamilton ........ 2 S 2 2 SI HBP-By Bouton (Robinson). T -204.
thret losses.
Columbus 4 Syracuse S Tampa at Miami against T- :2G. A-14474. I a c N.J. t1 IS

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Florida Girls AdvanceTo Runs Mays San Francisco, 111 Allen I ,
I Philadelphia. For 34 years Gauthier servedas
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Hits Clement Pittsburgh 149 Williams -
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PHILADELPHIA (AP-Flor- Wind vitation Tuesday to present the Williams Stolen ,bases Chicago-, 25.Wills, Los Angeles, cross-country coach, and retired I
High 36; Brock. St. Louis. 27. II again in 1958. I
Idians De Fina of Pitching 10 decisions Koufax, Los
Stephanie trophies to the winners in the -
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and Wendy Overtonof LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (AP) cls_o, 15-5, .750
Hollywood U.S. Tennis Championships a t Strikeouts Koufax Los Angeles, 200; II
Ormond Beach advanced to Peggy Conly of Spokane, Forest Hills, N.Y., Sept. 13. Drysdale, Los Angeles l 168.
the fourth round today of the Wash battled extremely high Batting AMERICAN 250 at bats LEAGUE- Ollva, Minnesota I

U.S. Girls Lawn Tennis Cham wind gusts to shoot an 80 Tuesday PostponementSAN Runs, .335-; Robinson Oliva, Minnesota, Chicago,,.313.86; How

pionships. and win medalist honors at ser Cleveland. 80.
Runs batted In Stuart, Boston, 91;
Stephanie defeated Patti Ho- the USGA national junior golf Killebrew, Minnesota 88. I
FRANCISCO (AP) Hits Oliva, Minnesota, 162 B. Rob-
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Matchmaker Art Benjami Doubles Bressoud, Boston and Ol-
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downed Ginger Pfeiffer Spring. Tuesday announced postponement Triples Yastreiemskl, Boston, Fre-
gosl Los Angeles and Versalles. Min .
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I Home runs Killebrew Minnesota
fight between light heavyweigh t 39; Powell Baltimore, 30.
Elesa Nelson of Atlantic Stolen bases Aparicio, Baltimore 43; ALLSTATESafeTTread
champion Willie Pastrano and I Weis, Chicago. 16.
Beach was eliminated Tuesday. BROOKLINE Mass. (AP) Pitching 10 decisions Bunker. Baltimore .
Mexico's Rafael Osuna and An- Bobo Olson scheduled for Aug 12.3..800; Ford. New York, 12- V
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Annual Sales Radatz Boston 141.
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Jones- Afraid' He's Plodding Down' One-Way Road'I I I

.: By ARTHUR DALEY the Muhammad All caper and Liston has just loused him a result as the last one, it could delay him even more. At most surprised by the way it ended. If I'm not sure, I
don't like to make statement but I don't know whether or
the of 28 the most wistful contender is not getting any
.: 5sriu dark wtmts .self up.Period.; age. first ? not I'd say that Liston quit. They claim he had to stop be-
younger. How had he reacted to that fight
:NEW YORK Doug Jones is afraid he's plodding down a Although the W. B. A. seems about ready to declare Sonny cause of an arm injury. I accept the confirmation of a boardof his
doctors. A lot of people wanted him to lay out on
00e way street. It's the only thing he's afraid of. The man Boy too unsanitary for the unsavory mess it pretends to Shoeshine Punches back. It doesn't do me any good to try to figure it out."
tfho has been rated as the No. 1 heavyweight contender by rule, some greedy member is a cinch to break away and
tQe World Boxing Association is unawed by Cassius Marcel- decontaminate Liston on his own. This won't be motivatedby "I was one fellow," he said, arching his eyebrows, "Who There was resignation in his voice. In fact, Jones has be-
lqs Clay, Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson, the three men anything as idealistic as having common justice triumph.It thought Liston was winning. I didn't see where Clay was come a quite resigned young man because he has been
ranked ahead of him by that other arbiter of fistic affairs, will be a vulture like grab for the money on every doing much except in spots when he'd let go with shoeshine constantly frustrated in his efforts to reach the top of his
Ring w Magazine. heavyweight championship carcass. Scavengers always get punches." profession. He keeps getting sidetracked. He's good, all
:! in deter. fat. right, but maybe he isn't quite as good as he thinks he is.
'I'll fight 'em all, said Doug, square jaw set a
Shoeshine ? What in the world was that? find
punches he never
mined line, "but there's only one shot I really want. That's Such a return match and it's inevitable will delay At his current rate of progress, however, may
Mister Cassius Clay. After all, he has the title." Jones for at least a year. If it produces as controversial "Those flurries of his," he explained with a smile. "I was out. .

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Friday night against Tony Alongi, just to keep his handin.


2"! know I can beat Clay because I beat him once," said !
Jones, a muscular and solidly built young man. "Maybe I'd I I
have less trouble with Liston. He doesn't run the way Clay
does and that should make it easier for me to get my stuff
off. I wouldn't expect to be hit with many punches and I
thought Clay took Liston's punches better than he took mine.
Don't forget that I had him on the ropes in the first round
and only the bell saved him." .
'Doug paused and his voice was heavy with scorn when he NYLONAIREOW

; Almost Scared

"I'd be almost scared to fight Patterson," he said. "He'dbe I
too easy. Everyone else has taken a crack at his jaw '
and :1 can hit as hard as the rest of them, maybe harder. I ,
finished Tom McNeely faster than Patterson did. He didn't
even! dent Pete Rademacher but I broke his ribs and shat-

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"I think Patterson should be eliminated from the picture
entirely. It's time I got the recognition I deserved. But

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other shot at the title. He should be shot with a gun. When
he had the title, he ducked all the top contenders. Let him

wait. Get the 2nd TireONLY for
"A few months ago I 'was willing to fight Patterson. It I
reached such a paint that Al Bolan, the promotor, shook
hands with my manager, Alex Koskowitz, in agreement fora K
bout which would be held in Las Vegas or Sweden or
someplace but Patterson ran out to take on an easier mark,
Machen.Like I say,let him wait."

:: Return Match

Jones admittedly doesn't know where he's heading if
anywhere. It has to be presumed that the first order of bus- V
iness in the heavyweight situation is a return match be-
tween Clay and Liston. But Clay has loused himself up with

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9-6 Tuesday night. Johnny Callison did the same ered serious. left the Cubs' Ellsworth, enough for Joey Jay, who strucktut i Ray French'sAIR

q: Associated Press Sports Writer The homers lifted Aaron's career for league-leading Philadelphia,, The Giants rode homers by a 22-game winner last season, ( 13, scattered seven Dodger CONDITIONING end
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SAM McGARVEYSun also see that the ditch wa,i involved, and talk further on
Staff Writer cleaned out regularly.But the problem, but although that :m -

SPRINGS A total of berry and is the daughter of STARKE When all other Frame insisted that he, action was carried out, no

nine lovely area misses will be Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Green.I I efforts failed, the Bradford be paid $500, explaining that it t agreement was reached.

vying for the "Miss Festival The queen contestants will j County Commission d I r ected would cost at least $300 to build l At the start of the meeting, a 1 y '
Queen" title as a highlight of register at the High Springs :yesterday that the three parcels the fence to his own specifications. delegation headed by Mrs. L. U.
the first annual Tobacco Festi Woman's Club at 5:30 p.m. SatI I needed for the MorganChurchRoad t 'S
Morgan Sr. offered a proposal 4 i
val here Saturday. urday. The candidates will display J be obtained through condemnation i
The other owner present, Gen that the other landowners involved -
Included among the contest- their talents and partici-c: proceedings.The 5 :s
his remarks S would for the cost
try, prefixed by pay
ants are the reigning of in a dress review, startingat 1
queen owners of two of the ,
parcels of the three needed of
"The the parcels
saying, way right-of-
the Newberry Watermelon Fes- 7:30 at the American
p.m. c A. G. Frame and J. L.
land to the started.
way along my place is staked I get project
tival, Janis Biewend of Gainesville Legion Home. Crowning of the attended the
Gentry, meeting And also that the other
out, you're not going to build owners
and last is around 9 .
year's Newberry queen expected p.m. and told why they had not :I
would to
queen, Kay Wright of High Tom Cannon Jr., commander :agreed to donate the rightofway that road. their agree land. forego paymentfor

Springs. of the sponsoring American Le- ; for paving the road, as had He added, "The State Road
I Miss Wright, who last June gion Post, has announced an aft- .all other owners along the road. Department says that only .2 of The proposal met objectionsby
relinquished her crown to Miss ernoon program of Festival I. an acre is involved, but actually Johns, who said, "What happens -
Biewend, is sponsored in the events, starting on the Legion Frame said, "I've never had it is more than 1V4 acres. The when we run into this same 1
High Springs event by the local grounds at 2:30: p.m. Includedwill j anything given to me, and I've section line Career (Paul Carter, problem again; this would set .
Lion's Club. She is the daughter be a baby contest, talent I got too much in the property to SRD right-of-way agent) refersto a bad precedent."
of Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge show and band and twist conJ J give any away. They told me it is not the :ection line at all.
Wright. 1 would be 15 feet deep but it! Commission Clerk Charles : :
test.A I've had my place surveyed ::: :
Another late entry is Glenda coronation dance, with muj j[is 19, along a 1,126 foot strip, twice and I know what I'm talk- Darby stated that to his knowledge mmm'_m...h....... ...n..m..w_ ____-ww._ ...__ :_ m : .,... .. ._
I Green of Newberry. She is spon- sic by the Suwannee River I md I can't take less than $500 ing about. If you'll run the di- only one road in the coun-
sored by the American Legion Boys, will start at 9 p.m. and j for it." viding line through the centerof ty, the Tully Norman Road, had Bradford Road ControversyBradford
Post 149 and Auxiliary of New- conclude the festival activities. been built without resort to
He also stipulated that he the road, I'll sign, but I wantto
1,wanted the right-of-way mowed see the road blueprints first. condemnation proceedings.A County landowners A. G. Frame (at left) and J. L. Gentry (smoking

regularly in the future, and that Johns then moved that the woman in the delegation, cigar) are shown at the County Commission meeting yesterday discussingtheir
Three Now Seek in relation to the Morgan-Church road. Commission Chairman
some understanding be reachedm Commission direct the SRD to Mrs. David Penoyne, said, property
a drainage ditch which cut start condemnation proceed- "Most of us out there have been Carl Prevatt sits at the head of the table. At right, is Commissioner Jerome

t through: his pasture.Commissioner ings, and the motion was car- getting along without a hard Johns. (Sun photo by Sam McGarvey)

House SeatBRONSON Jerome Johns ried. road for 25 years, and it's about

Levy aid; the building of the road Later in the meeting, Commissioner time we got one."

vas, a "give and take" proposition Russell Green suggested Later, during a discussion on Bradford County to Help
and that the would that the Commission
John C. (Bud) ,. ... .. ; county go drainage, she said, "We all
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Partin III of Chiefland yesterday I r' """' _igree to replace a fence, and out and inspect the propertyChildren's have a drainage problem. We're

qualified as a candidate for sick of water and mud and for USO
state representative from Levy Book Club sand. The last time it rained Pay RemodelingSTARKE

County, making it a three man hard, the water came up to the

race for the seat to be filled in floorboard of our car." The Bradford The Commission had asked Commissioner George Rob-

a special primary on Sept. 8. k '9t At Cedar Key Due Partythe The third property owner In- bounty(::: Commission voted yesterday George to inspect the building, erts then suggested that the

The qualifying deadline for volved, Leo T. Sullivan, was not t:; to pay up to $15,000 for following an offer by the School Commission offer to the School
the House seat, left vacant by CEDAR KEY-Vacation times party will be held. present; settlement is apparently he: cost of remodeling the Board to take space in the Board an amount equal to the
the death of Frank Marshburnlast I J.S.O.. Building for school department U.S.O., if the building was repaired -cost of estimated repairs on
comiong to an end for schoolchildren Adds Another 'R' being held up in this case by
month, was noon yester- I use. in lieu of space in a 3,174 sq. ft. of the U.S.O.
in him.
Mrs. William E. Delaino long difficulty locating
everywhere. It has not I The proposal came out of a projected new courthouse. On the new courthouse, the
day.Other time resident and teacher in
candidates for the post ill been play for the little tots In other actions the Commission neeting: of the Commission yesterday After discussion, the Commission Commission again went over
are Ford Lincoln of Willistonand n Cedar Key. They have taken I the Cedar Key High School, has : f: with architect Frank G. agreed to pay up to $15,000of with George the projected fig

Joe Wilder of Cedar Key. heir Reading Club at the Pub I added another accomplishmentto (George: of Palatka, who had the cost, and then asked ures, and came up with an esti-
Partin, 23, is making his first t 1 ic Library seriously. Aside her career by becoming a -Voted to discontinue publishing idvised the Commission that School Supt. Harmon Morganto mated cost of $650,000 for the
registered real estate agent. the minutes of the Commission's t the total cost and alterations sit with them and over
venture into politics. He is a rom the fun and pleasure, : of repairs go building, and $150,000 for the
Mrs. Delaino has lived in Ce- meetings as paid advertisements t: of the would the matter.
; building
site and other
1963 graduate of the Universityof hey have been preparing to costs, or a total
Florida with a bachelor of itart the school year. dar Key with her husband, Bill, on advice of Darby, .I un from $40,000 to $60,000. Morgan said the proposal of $800,000.
for many years. The couple who said he had been advised would have to be reviewed by
Commissioner Jerome Johns
science degree agricultureand The youngsters will be rewarded have two children. Mr. Delainois by the state that such action both the School Board and
is with :\ am Bids suggested that an effort be
presently a partner I the at the unless authorized to OpenOn Elect Tom and
PARTINis for their efforts with a superintendent was illegal bya Supt- Casey,
made to set a limit on the
his father J. C. Partin Jr. in
St. Claire Whitman Museum.At special act of the Legislature. after further discussion, it was
party Friday morning, with the project, by determining how
Chiefland. He is
farming at not young, he feels that he can : present, Mrs. Delaino will Darby said he had questioned Area decided to thrash out the mat-
much the
married. members: of the Cedar KeyVomen's county could affordto
do a good energetic job of rep 1 Club as hostesses.The continue with her position as Union County Commission Clerk ter in a joint meeting with the spend."It .
The young legislative aspirantwas resenting Levy County in the teacher, working in real estateon Robert Driggers on the matter, Road Jobs School Board on Aug. 25.
born in Williston and is a State Legislature. He said he Central Florida Regional a part time basis. She is as- and at his suggestion had written Morgan also said that in his looks "like it will take a

graduate of Chiefland High plans to conduct an intensive ]Library occupies a part of the sociated in business with David to the comptroller general.The TALLAHASSEE Road jobs own opinion the U.S.O. build- 3-mill levy, he said, "which
be about
School. He said that because he persontoperson campaign.COUNCIL ,Woman's Club clubroom, where Andrews, real estate broker. .. reply, read in the meeting, i n Clay, Dixie, and Levy counties ing was not suitable for schooluse. but it might take$36,000 more.a year We,
said that at present only two t included in "It was not designed for
: are projects
can levy up to 5 mills for a
such he said "and if it
counties in the state, Washington f or which the State Road Department use, courthouse without having a
was up to me, to-
and Gilchrist. were legally I will open bids Aug. referendum."

I I Drainage TaxesKEYSTONE Worry Keystonety publishing-Heard the report minutes.from Secre- 5.In Dixie County, State Road morrow.the He School also said Board his suggestion would be to to Commission It was then would decided obtain that fig-the

tary of State Tom Adams on the 5-351-A west of Cross City wille sit tight on all other proposalsand ures on amortizing a loan of
: result of a check of the last I> paved from U. S. 19 (SR 55)) wait for a new courthouse. $800,000 over a period of 20

HEIGHTS The officials at the University of t: as an example. "My own erendum on a new city hall, election by a representative of t;o SR 351, a distance of 1 2-3 Earlier, George had reportedto or 30 years, so that the feasibility
Keystone City Council laboredfor Florida to see if the correction ]lot is going into the lake at a I and (2) hold a city election fora Adams. It contained the following niles.: The project will be fi- the Commission that the of the new courthouse
nearly three hours last nighton of the problem could be studiedby j fast clip. So far I've lost one. vote of confidence in the city points: Some election workers I ianced by bond funds. U.S.O. building contained 7,176sq. could be fully explored.On .

various touchy problems, a UF class as an engineering j fifth of it, and it won't last longat administration.He failed to check voters in registration The Levy County work, paid ft. of space, or more than the suggestion by Com-
such as drainage and taxation, project. that rate. All I'm saying is warned, "You've run the book; clerks initialed 1 by bond funds, is to pave State double the 3,174 sq. ft. listedas missioner Russell Green that
and then adjourned before get- Beam got a chuckle from the t that we should consider all the city into the red: before, and Ballots ahead of time; candi- ]load[ S-332 southwest of Chief- the school department's the courthouse proposal be put
ting to the scheduled businessof group crowded into the tiny city ]places and not just one." you'll do it again." He concluded dates' names written in pencil ]land from SR S-335 to SR 345, projected need in the new up to the voters in the coming
the meeting.The hall when he announced: "The Another landowner, Don his tirade by asking the coun- on counter tops in booths; ballot :md: pave SR S-336 from SR 345 courthouse. He said the build- general election. Johns replied:

drainage problem around crowd here tonight in a No-Clay Shackleford, echoed that com- cil to resign. boxes opened to remove stubs I to SR S-347, a total project covering ing was in poor shape, and "We've already held public
t. Little Keystone Lake set off a group. Last year we had some J plaint. He said his property is His outburst was in sharp con- while voting was in progress; I six miles of road about that to put any large amountof hearings on the project, and
long discussion, following its who wanted clay on the road along a new road being built, trast to a report made earlier irregularities in voting illiter J Five miles southwest of Chief- money into repairs would bea we've heard no objections so
presentation by Mrs. Harold but tonight as I understand it, .and that unless steps are taken by Beam which showed the cityto ates. 1 land. poor risk. far."
Sutton, who headed a delegationof you are against clay." A chorus J soon, his place will be flooded be in good financial condi-
property owners on that lake. of "yes" greeted his com J regularly. tion, with about $18,000 coming I

Mrs. Sutton said the road ment. George LaRue took the floor in during the next three months, Commission Places
around the lake had been topped Williams said that there were :and in a biting criticism of the or double what the city needs. Levy

with red clay, and that par- other drainage problems in council, called on the group to The meeting was adjourneduntil
ticles of the clay have washed i town, and cited his own proper-I((1) call off the impending ref- Wednesday night.

into the lake and stained it red.

Councilman Roy Watkins said New at $564,164
he had $900 in the next city Budget

budget for street repairs, and
that it could be used to help
the However __"L __ ____ _&
solve problem. : > A By BUZZ MIXSONSon eral fund mmage was set ai
later he warned "This situa- Area Editor 10.58; interest and sinking fund,
tion is not going to get better BRONSON Levy County Marks $18,000 Rise; 2 mills; fine and forfeiture, 2.62;

until we get around $8,000 to commissioners, except for the health department, .7 mills, and
work with. The job caBs for formality of a public bearing, Public Hearing Due Aug. 25for Florida Ship Canal District
catch basins:: and undergroundpipe have finished their annual I levy, .10 mills.Stephens .

and they are going to wrestling bout with their budgetfor also advised the
cost real money." a new fiscal year. commissioners to earmark a
the coming year were in $5,000 for maintenance of parks
The whole situation was re- The commissioners yesterdaygave specific amount as Levy Coun-
the general fund and the road and memorials, $2,000 for work-
viewed, and on prompting by tentative approval to a new and bridge fund. The general men's compensation, $1,500 for ty's contribution to the public
Council Chairman Bill Beam budget totaling $564,164.92. Thisis fund was upped from last general welfare and $2,500 for defender's budget, but the commissioners
the following lines of action an increase of about $18,000over year's $210,873.42 to $226,207.09, courthouse furniture and fix took no action on this

were projected. the current budget increse of $15,333.67 and the tures. matter.
((1)) Councilman Gene Williams The tax levy to support the an ; The Eighth Judicial Circuit
fund In-
road and bridge was
agreed to have the waterin new budget was tentatively set from For workmen compensation Court defender, Buzzy Green,
creased $10,696.62
the lake checked by author- at 16.5 mills, an increase of'two by purposes, the county is its own had asked Levy County for $1-
ities and make a report to the mills over the current levy. The $173,872.50 to $184,569.12. self insurer, and County Clerk 852.90. Whatever the Levy com
counciL County Commission's proposedtax The interest and sinking fund Ernest Stephens had advised the missioners give him will have to
(2)) Watkins agreed to put levy, added to that set by was set at $34,726.49. a de- commissioners to start settingup come from a fine and forfeiture
rock on .the road to decrease Wildlife Trophy WinnersThese the School Board (14.5 mills) crease of about $300; the capI- reserves in this fund. reserve for contingencies
erosion for the time being, and will make the total Levy County tal outlay fund decreased by Major increases in the road amounting to $4,985.19.
also to get prices on catch bas- Alachua County 4-H Club members admire the rotating trophy won tax levy 31 mills. about $6,500 from the current and bridge fund were about $7- Stephens said it would be bet
ins and pipe. at the annual 4-H Wildlife Camp at Camp McQuarrie last week. The trophywas The commissioners i set Tuesday $11,090 to $4,527.03; and the fine 000 for labor, $4,900 for street ter to go ahead and set a specific -
((3)) Mayor M. L. (Les) Beas- offered for the first time this year by .Jommy Roland of Atlanta sporting Aug. 25, as the date for a and forfeiture fund received a paving and $1,275 for workmen'scompensation. amount for the public defender -
ley said he would contact all goods firm, and the Alachua camp delegation won it on the basis of their camp public: hearing on the proposed cut of about $1,200 from rather than face the pos-
agencies to find what help could activities. The proud winners are from left Billy and Jimmy Farrell Steve budget The hearing will beginat $115,324.03 to $114,164.92. A half mill was levied for sibility of having to pay fees to
be obtained from those sources. Platt, Reggie Brown Harold Trujillo and Edwin Andrews. (Sun photo by 3 p.m. Notable increases in the general -I the first time to support the court appointed attorneys in
D (U Beam agreed to contact Tommy Lewis) The biggest budgetary hikes fund were boosts of about road and bridge fund. The gen criminal casts. .
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20 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, August 12, 1964


What's your problem For a ...- NEVHt RESR7ND: CK06 WILL NEVER OCCUR-
a'at L Stand l/p/: era! reply, write to Abby Box 1365.Biverly ,

Hills Calif.. 9021 Z. '..<
? include a self-addreued stamped envelope. -

Abigail Van Bnren Abby answers ail mail. a -
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DEAR ABBY: I am a painter. A month ago, while paint- There is plenty of room for the three of us in the front. 1 1tt to HAUNT J With me as YOU MUST BE MR.YOKUM."Y0U NEEDtfT I
Ing the house of a very rich woman, the ladder collapsedit Otherwise I think the lady should sit in the back seat with >ose pests.Goto GOT NO .-' friend,uou WAIT IN LINE 5.r I WILL ESCORT VOUTO IIi
( was her ladder) and I fell to the ground. I broke my leg me. I would appreciate your opinion. thedirirport.Tekea MONSY dorvt need Iow tCUR51=ATtarktoNewYorlc "'

in several places. Since then I've had no income. I lost $600in ANNOYED p FRIEND: tTiorie Y." n s sa1 E Ii
pay, and my doctor bill is $150. I asked the woman at DEAR ANNOYED: Don't look a gift ride in the seat. I C1 FRl FR/ENp?
least to help me pay my doctor bill and she said her insur- *
ance didn't cover that kind of accident and she isn't responsible DEAR ABBY: My husband' is a handsome man in his I=
for my bills. early forties. We have been married only a few months. I O r
She is so cheap she told me to buy a box of plaster and knew he h$ false teeth when married him, but I had < f. ww I ICcTQ

make my own cast! She said I was foolish for going to a never seen him with his teeth out. Soon after we were mar-
doctor. She came over with two pain pills she bought at an ried, he started taking his teeth out the minute he came
Army surplus store and said they were just as good as pre- home. Now he never wears them around the house. If we go I

scription pills. Everyone tells me I am nuts if I don't sue somewhere, he won't put his teeth in until the last minute,
her. She is far from poor, Abby. She owns several housesin and as soon as we get home he takes them out again. j
town. What should I do? I told him he should see his dentist if he is having (

OUT OF WORK trouble, but he says he has already spent enough money on a
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If can't affordone false teeth fnd he doesn't want to His
DEAR OUT: See a lawyer at once you spend any more.
go to your local Legal Aid Society. If you broke your dentist is supposed to be one of the best in town. We have '-" f I WONT BE j !<,,,,,t WE'RE PLAYIN \
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leg on HER ladder, while painting HER house insuranceor a small income, but I think this is important. I hate to nag PAW 11 NEED1N 1T WIF MY DESK / ;
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no insurance, I'll bet SHE hasn't a leg to stand on. him about it, but I don't know how much longer I can E't YE FERQOT MAW OF CARDS J\ ,
take this. He looks like an old man with his teeth out. YORE RABBIT r TONIGHT ib i ..

DEAR ABBY: I am an elderly man and have been dating A BRIDE FOOT d- l
a middle aged widow for some time. I do not drive, so DEAR BRIDE: Call your husband's dentist and tell him CJ) a
when I invite her out for dinner her son usually comes by what you've told me. If he's one of the "best" in town, he

and picks me up. The lady is already in the front seat beside will probably insist on adjusting the dentures without chargeso .

her son, and I have to sit in the back seat all by myself. they'll be comfortable and wearable.


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i The Unplayed Poker HandWASHINGTON I 1 Me+i


It is not But Monday noon Salinger,'been on the game, and he would' to cancel the cold cuts, the NEV GJS55: THEY'RE ATTHE CARTOON-X EARNED MULE OOOt'1.V 61XEN5fOCSWHO{ GCb5N?
generally known but every I who was then White House n't have been able to negotiate:: game would have had to go on,!: SNOW// WHAT.';GONNA LET \ ISTS'EXHIBITIN IT, SHAKY! KEMSMKZTH1S& TOO WELL+)K WtSETTOJ
newspaperman in Washington Press Secretary, revealed that with an even, dispassionate at. and Scali would have been bluff DaflKD AFTSR A POTFCT/ 1' m$ REAI, CENTER.' WP) youDOALL7HATR5Z
played some role during the CU- there was a serious crisis and titude.So ing David Brinkley instead of I ITVYi.L a' I SKETCH- I -

ban crisis. The role that John President Kennedy would go on as far as we see it, the: Mr. X. '1.t. -K, JUSTICE L'N'JWTJRSP.L J Jt f l ARTISTS. ME ? e eDr
Scali, the American Broadcasting television at 7 o'clock to ad- key to the whole Cuban crisLreally J; It's these small things that z a 4, i 71 .rr

Company's State Department dress the nation. No one knewat hinged on the pokeJgame. make living in Washington so 111. ; o y i i r t3 t\ ;'.
correspondent, played has that time what the crisis was If we hadn't been abl! interesting. :. ,
just been revealed in Look magazine about but the usual jovial Sal-

and the national press. inger was grim. U i ,14 .

According to the reports, Mr. Salinger refused to go into de- Lady Bird to Make b -
Scali negotiated with a Russian _
tails, but we did manage to ask 1
Embassy official to get the Soviet him "Pierre is the crisis
ser- I
missiles out of Cuba. It ious enough to cancel the poker 2 TV Tours This Week
was no sir all feat and Secretaryo game?" \ -

State Dean Rusk told Mr. Much to our surprise, Pierre I < Nrm Uurk tTiinra: Craig Fisher, producer of "Sun- --- ---- -
Scali that he served his country !
said, "Yes. By VAL ADAMS day. "She will be traveling
well. The reporters all made a dash down the Snake River on Sun- i
Now that Mr. Scali's role in for the door and we had to NEW'YORK Two tours by day morning and we've hiredan 2'LL toNSTRATe toE

the crisis has been exposed, we fight our way to a telephone. Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson will be airplane to fly the film out + 1IIIIIIIt

can reveal our role, which we've We pushed May Craig out of the on television this week. of there so we can get it on the ...J SEEKS OUT ITS 1 / oIa-oat 'A / r.

been sitting on for two years. booth and dialed our house. "The First Lady at Home," a show" i < 7AR6ET BY BEii ib ; SOMETHING K fAN -
Puu.WG rc OFF
We were sworn to silence by When our wife' answered the visit to the LBJ Ranch in Texas ATTRACTED Tn HlGN -i y couMts:, (i k
Mr. Scali, but we feel our lipsno phone, we said "Don't ask any will be presented from 7:30 1\\ Grain Corn = TEMv ZUSZFS! E { : 1LLEgMEAtir

longer have to remain sealed questions. Cancel the cold to 8 p.m. tonight by the Columbia '.' It
since the Look piece has appear' !" I
I cuts Broadcasting System tour'1 ::
ed.We 1 By a stroke of luck we saved lof| western states that Mrs.; Estimate Dips I Y
have a little poker groupIn 1950. r!Johnson will make later this,
Washington which consists of Now we know a lot of people 'week will be televised by the WASHINGTON (CAP The I Ii AAt

Mr. Scali, Pierre Salinger, Am- will say this is not a large roleto National Broadcasting Compa, Agriculture Department today .,.., .0 .
bassador Llewellyn Thompson, play in a crisis, but as. it t: ny's "Sunday" show on Sunday. forecast this year's productionof .".... -
Carl Rowan, Don Wilson of the turned out it was quite import, at 5 p.m. com for grain at 3,885,397,000(
USIA, David Brinkley, Robert. ant. bushels and the wheat crop at
The tour of the Johnson ranchws
Manning of the State Depart- Had the game taken place as 1,285,261,000 bushels. HrtE.., WE PCWI NA BESSES, x OUST MET A .J1O..ri+t snw' *
ment, and a few other ques. scheduled, Mr. X of the Russians taped last weekend. Mrs. The A __ F ANKLE PALAYEt: 6 IT KENO 5AY5 HE 10 PO EYERY DAME THAT BE REAL ..ANP HAYtN''.
tionable Washington types It' Embassy might not have been Johnson discussed the ranch corn estimate is 3,036,000.... 1"\FTU ,.uMS TWRD STitEET: WANTS us our of THI1V3 rewo UNHAPPY IP Z WENT IItf .F A. sutj
and her family with Walter bushels less than the 3,888,433- ,.., TELUNSTHE TOWN r OIt A COUPLE SAYS. OtO tvE, our OP TOWNff' /
a nickel-and-dime game andwe able to locate Scali at his home ; -C .
000 month1jago. XXJCE UEUTENAMITHAI wEElcs, ruts. .,o ESTER.j
only play to forget the fate-,a.!:d, if he hadn't located Scali,. Cronkite, C.B.S. news corres forecast a : HE CANTCEC06NZE H ,.
ful state decisions that all of us he might have decided no deal pondent. I It compares with last;== e
have to make constantly.The could have been made with the Nancy Dickerson, a news'correspondent .year's J record-large ,crop of 4- :ETHER OP HIS _"''
game was scheduled at Americans. for N. B. C., will ac. 081,791,000 bushels and with the!<,. THE
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our house for the black Mon Even if he had located Scali company Mrs. Johnson on a trip 1958-62 average of 3,670,215,000'... MU6 SHOTS, A r' e

day when President Kennedy an- at the game, Scali would never to Utah, Montana and Wyoming. bushels. ,w GARY. NAME WRITES .1

nounced to the country that the have left a poker hand to dis. The first lady's itinerary includes The wheat figure is 9,957,000''r AND ATPRE5SM .
Russians had put their missilesCuba. : cuss a missile crisis with some visits to a ghost town, an. bushels more than last month's ...., MS

fe That morning we had I strange Russian. In our game I Indian reservation and a trip on prediction of 1,275,304,000 bush I Q NOTE... 690*.'
told cur wife to order the necessary Scali is always the last to leave.|a barge down the Snake River els, 1,137,641,000( produced last ::J -

beer and cold cuts that; But even if San had met with i "We will have to leave Mrs. year and 1,252,847,000 for the

the host,/is expected to supply jMr. X, his mind.I would have I I Johnson on that barge," said five-year average, I

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, 22 Gainesville Sun Wednesday. August 12, 1964

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How to Release Kennedy Report? -' -. -.; *:;-- ..,,.", : ::: "'>, T"n1, ISEEby I I 't

WASHINGTON CAP) The! ment and some information. the report before the specified headed by Chief Justice Earl the SUNp

Warren Commission, meeting in I media. release date and then publish it Warren, Is nearing the end of its S. I

secret to consider how it will release These media would be sup-. in full. long investigation into the as- '0 _

the text of its Kennedy assassination plied the text of the report The commission's chief counsel -sassination last Nov. 22 of Pres- I I August 8, 196IBIRThS John Hoover, Henry Parker,

report, considered a L somewhat in advance of other' J. Lee Rankin, briefed ident John F. Kennedy. -ew %, I Major Thomas, Josephine Dean,

plan whereby contracts would I media on condition they "ob-newsmen after the secret sesSion There have been reports that 1 -e I Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Harley Langford, all of Gaines- I

be signed between the govern. serve security" not publish: Tuesday. The commission, certain paperback book companies : '_____ t_ Ss ''Liberman, 284-9 Corny Village, ville; John Scotten, Green

have had negotiations with ___________ '- 'a girl; Mr. and Mrs. WilliemE. Cove Springs; Virgil Wheeler
the commission. So, a reporter S 5 Arnold, Rt. 1, Box 118, Wil- Alachua; Susie Gray, Micanopy -

Students View the Trimester asked: "How can a government r5 : :liston, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. > ; Thomas White, Chiefland;

: commission, engaged on such a SS Wesley Lee, 602 N. W. 8th St., Mrs. Nadine Owens, Williston;

project of grave national import a boy; Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Elizabeth Curls, Alachua.DISCHARGED .
Kornhaber, 1015 N. W. 22nd St.,;
engage in contractual negotiations -
No TimeBy with t' S 8 a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mrs. Retha Gaskins and son,
Dropouts Cheating private con- SS
cerns?" is _ _ Clayton 1009 NW 11th Ave., a James O'Steen, Ruby Wade

: _ : girl. Mrs. Josie Jones and son, Mrs.

CUP CORMIERSun ed on a questionnaire answeredby lege students were high in feeling Said Rankin: "You will haveto f S S ADMITTED Audrey Beasley and son, Mi-

Education WriterA 289 students, are still tenta- that the pressures of a trimester take this up with Mr. George / S Dolores Clayton, Mrs. Rosetta cheelle Maignot, Mrs. Billye

tive because the survey "needs caused excessive dropouts Reedy at the White House." ,, S SSF' S Lee, Mrs. Carol Kornhaber, Dowdy Terry Borders, Mrs.

higher incidence of cheat- further study." and a decrease in readingfor Reedy is the White House vILi S Laura Tucker, Jo Anne Crosby, Jean Jones and son ,Mrs. Mary

Ing caused by increased pres- pleasure. press secretary. S Thelma Jones, all of Gaines- Teague and son, Mrs. Nita Powers -

sures of final examinations may The trimester was inaugurated S.. .. ville; Buddy Desue, Starke; and son.ALACHUA.
be one of the consequences of in Florida's state universitiesin Business administration and Rankin's response was the Leonard Griffin, Bronsor, Gerard GENERAL

the trimester 1962 as a means of allowing engineering students experienced same when asked if the reportshouldn't
system says a Starling, New York; Ed- August 10, 1961BIRTHS
University of Florida graduate greater utilization of facilities fewer scheduling problems be released to every- ward Hollingsworth, Pinetta;

student and to accommodate the under the trimester, but the one simultaneously, perhaps S-I Daisy Springfield, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tracy,

students who wanted to accel- latter highly favored the quarter -three or four days in advance, t.l" : DISCHARGED 1526 NE 12th Terr. Mr.
a boy;
The trimester also could be erate their studies. system for year round op so everyone would get a chanceto '. ,. ., Sallet Mrs. June Nor- and Mrs. Ronald
Byrd 207-U
responsible for a higher rate of eration. read the thick document before [..,....., college dropouts, an increase In The old 16week semesterwas writing about it. man, Charles Larson, Mrs. Flavet III, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. ...

trimmed down to 14-week Pauline Crawford and son, Leo- Thomas Payne, 3860 SW ArcherRd.
a Education students said
mental disorders and less reten- they At the White Kennedy Bronze
House Reedy
la Simmons. Will Harris. Mrs. ., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
tion of materials, says Frank J. trimester by lengthening not feel the trimester caused -
"As far the
; a newsman: as
Mattie Lee Vernon ald
Ruby Seig, Standley, 1124 NW 40th 1
in his master's the- ,periods from 50 to 55 minutes excessive course drops. They John F.
Gallagher White House is concerned, no This dynamic bust of the late President
Richard Boudreau Mrs. Nell Ave. girl Mr. and
a Mrs.
final examination also low in belief
sis entitled! "A Survey of the 1 and compressing were the that Berks will
plans have been made for the Kennedy, conceived by sculptor Robert Dempsey, Mrs. Ernie Williams, Charles Owens, Williston, a boy.
Trimester at the University of periods. the trimester caused a reduction release of the report. We will occupy a special place of honor in the Garden of Clifford Lyle, James Farnell, ADMITTEDMrs.

Florida." I Gallagher's q u e s t i o nnaire in reading for pleasure. give consideration to this matter Patriots, one phase of the new, 80-acre multi-million Mrs. Barbara McDaniels and Judith Payne, Mrs. Dolores

Reading for pleasure has decreased -went out to approximately 500 Here's how students responded ; at an appropriate time." dollar Cape Coral Gardens scheduled to open at this son, Mrs. Shirley O'Steen and Standley Eestel Harrison,

in a percentage of cases students who were exposed to to some of the 34 questions I In Rochester, N.Y., Paul Miller southwest Florida community around Oct. 15. Sculptor daughter, Mrs. Mary Smith and Ethel Norman, Lillian Herring

that should be considered as both trimester and semester op answeredDo : president of The Associated Berks attempted to capture the sincere deter- son, Stephen Davis Mrs. Sheila -William Jones, Maud Howe

"alarming," says Gallagher, a eration. Answers are still coming Press and president of the Gan- mination and warmth of the late President in this Olsen and son, Thelma Jones, Marvel Swails, Thomas Cause ,

retired Air Force officer. I in. you prefer the trimesterto nett Newspapers, said when bronze rendition. It will be framed by other busts of Mrs. Christine Beusse and son, Homer Rollins, Evelyn Rainey ,

And a lot of required supplementary the semester system? Yes, !asked for comment: "The Associated U. S. presidents, including Eisenhower, Truman, Lin- Mrs. Clara Futch, Mrs. Edna Mary Tracy, Sharon Barger

reading assigned by "Perhaps the most significant 95; No, 164; Indifferent, 9. Press is opposed and will coln, Jefferson and Washington, in the Garden of Widener and son, Joseph Hood, William Smith, Daisy Gaither,
!finding for the period under consideration continue to be to Patriots. The bust of President Kennedy will be
professors is not being read is that there has beenno -Do you feel that less subject opposed any- Mrs. Shirley Crosby and sco, Nancy McCurdy, all of Gainesville -
thing other than simultaneous beneath concrete suspended over a mirror
either, Gallagher says.Gallagher's il in student matter should be attemptedin a canopy Berleta Walck, David Turner. ; Marion Thomas, Archer;
progress average release of the to all.
conclusions bas- report ALACHUA GENERAL
credit hour achievement under trimester courses versus se- Lester Griffin, Earlton; Maude

-INVITATION TO BID I the trimester from September mester courses? Yes, 173; No, August 9, 196t Tamm, Keystone Heights;
will received In the
Sealed bids be pool.China
effic of the Florida Park Service. 311 1962 through April, 1964," says 85; No opinion 10. ADMITTEDMrs. Homer Teague, High Springs;
Facts Err
State Office Building Gaines and AdamsStreets Hits Soviet Karanina Camer o n,, Lindle Holder Chiefland Pearl
Tallahassee. Florida until 10:00 Gallagher.A -From standpoint ;
a -
A.M.. E. S. T.. AUQust 26. 1964. for the Jeanette Allen, Lillian Swift, Bishop, Newberry Minnie
following: work at Gold Head Branch State do you feel that less material ;
Park at Keystone Heights. Clay County, random sample of 186 stu- Defendant Brady Ocala; Shirley JohnIi
Florida. Univer- is actually covered in a
attended the
STATE"CAMPERS'PROJECT NO.REST 2360-2060-61 ROOM" sity dents under who the semester system trimester course? Yes, 128; No, Viet Nam StandSAIGON Joins Push son, Cocoa.DISCHARGEDMrs. I

Plans and specifications for this prel 136.
ect may be secured by writing ta the between 1960 and 1962 revealsan 'Innocent9 Jann Hall and daughter
Florida Park Service. 311 State Office average of 51 credit hours -Please evaluate the qualityof Mrs. Celia Lescano and
Building Gaines and Adams Streets Tallahassee On Florida daughter -

required.. Florida. No plan deposit willIe I completed for the period. education in the trimesteras By NORM LACOE (AP) Communist ,;Investigations. I Mrs. Barbara Durden and

guarantee Bids shall of not be accompanied less than five by per a centS bid; Another sample from 434 stu- compared to the semester. China accused the Soviet Unior Taylor said the recent crisis Seafood son, Betty Simmons, Forence

( per cent) of the amount of the bid. dents who attended the trimester -Setter, 8; Poorer, 160; About Sun Staff WriterA Tuesday of being too cautious ir in: Viet Nam's Gulf of Tonkinwas Thompson, Margaret Below,

which cashier'shall check be made a certified payable check to the or from 1962 to 1964 showed: the same, 99. denouncing the United States a reminder of "a need for I Mrs. Joan Kresse and son, Ed-

Owner ceptable.The .A Bid Bond will not be ac an average of only 50 hours. I -Since the trimester have circuit court jury trial end- for its recent reprisal attack on ,readiness to respond to aggression TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ward Hollingsworth, Alice Phil-

Florida Park Service reserves the I your grades changed? Improved -ed abruptly yesterday when North Vietnamese patrol boat at any level." Cabinet authorized a federal man, Felix Lagassee, Alama

right accept to the reject bid any In the and best all bids Interest and ef to Gallagher found slight variations 85; Declined 64; Stayed Judge James C. Adkins Jr. di- bases. I "This," he added, "we are I II state project Tuesday designed Quinn, Leon Williams, Bessie .

the State of Florida. of opinions concerninglikes I to do. We have adequate to make American housewivesmore Prevatt.
FLORIDA PARK SERVICEBY about the same, 119. rected a verdict of innocent for Shortly after Peking radio prepared -

Director: N. E. MILLER. JR. and dislikes of the trimester -Since the trimester has your Eddie James Dixon charged, broadcast the rap at the Kremlin -I resources to meet any situation conscious of Florida sea- POLICE, FIRE REPORT

(3533) 1:5 12 depending on the collegeor participation in the extracurricular U.S. Ambassador Maxwell I I can conceive of." I II food.Director Accident Roundup

eawDRIYE.Uf department attended. activities changed? More, with breaking and entering. Taylor told a news conferencein I Taylor declined to comment Randolph Hodges of Involved in accidents reported -

Architecture and Fine Arts 18; Less 136; About the same, However, David Anderson, as- Saigon the United States has on Washington reports about the State Conservation Depart- by the Gainesville Fire Department

students were high in expressingtheir 113. sistant to State Attorney Ted adequate military resources to Communist Chinese jet fighter ment said his department would and Alachua County

THEATRE preference for the semes- -Do you feel that the facultyis Duncan, said a new informationwill repel any Communist attack on planes taking up stations in cooperate with the Bureau of Sheriff's Office in the past 24

2400 Ha..f4e.a.RaiJ Pt.20 FR ..IOULAST and University ColIN exerting a sincere effort to be filed against Dixon in South Viet Nam. ;North Viet Nam. Commercial Fisheries of the hours were:

TWO TIMES$ ter system make the trimester successful? the case. The official New China News As for U.S. jets based in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. James E. Sinclair, 909 SE 8th
OPEN 7:00 SEE BOTH JUDGE.THE ALACHUA COURT OF COUNTY.THE FLORIDA. Yes, 124; No. 75; No opinion, Agency complained that state- South Viet Nam, Taylor said Under the program, Florida Ave., and Charles L. Weekley

SHOW AT DUSK- LATE AS ':30 IN re PROBATE.In : Estate .of 53. Dixon had been charged with ments by Soviet officials "did,[they would stay there until they would provide $15,000 and the Pensacola at W. Univ. Ave. and

FIRST! AREA. RUN LAURA ANN.SNOWDEN HAWKINS. "The Division of Plant Industry State breaking into the Neighborhood not refer to extending support to 'are no longer needed. But he I federal government would pro- 5th Ter., at 3:33 p.m. yester

fO n.. M-641 presents All Deceased.To Creditors and Persons Having Seagle Department Building of Gainesville Agriculture Florida Room will 508 Service Station, owned by Dave the just struggle of the North said he knew of no plans for using vide $45,000.

/1' t. LAWRENCE Claims You and or Demands each of you Against are Said hereby Estate notified :- receive sealed. bids for 4.000 gallons Davis, May 21 and 22. Viet Nam against U.S. aggres them against the Communist Hodges said the campaign day.Karen K. Hall, 2111 NW 55th
WE1N6ARTEN Jowfume W-85. Soilfume 85. or equivalent -
zqdthe PRODUCTION and required to present any claims packed In 30 gallon drums only sion." Viet Cong guerrillas. would run to June 30, 1965. Ter., and Mary F. Poore, 200
which or either of Testimony by Davis broughtout
and demands you.
the estate of not later than 11:00 A.M., Wednesday Promotion would include: development NE 9th St. at N. Main St. and
have against
you. may Red China also said the Soviet
UnsinkaBLeMORY SNOWDEN HAWKINS. deceased August 26. 1964. Material to be deliveredand that a corporation, Gator
LAURA bulletin
unloaded at our Winter Haven of Ian of a 3rd Ave. at 1:45
to the Coun- p.m. yesterday.
late of said fice." Service Stations, owns the station Union's two leading newspa- Fleming of
Florida and
of Alachua County ing recipes photographs
ty Judge Henry H. Morton 916 NW 12th
at his office in the court house of said V. W. VILLENEUVE and that it is doing busi. pers, Pravda and Izvestia, were ,
County at Gainesville Florida. within six Accountant American statementson Writer Dies 10 species of Florida ; a Ave., and Jessie B. Hill, 1629
(3551)1:12.19NOTICE publishing
from the time of ness as Neighborhood
months mullet
calendar a
on ; programon
first publication of this notice. Each OF INTENTION TO Station and Center.R. Viet Nam without comment, program SE 12th Ave., at NW 6th St.
demand shall be In writing. REGISTER FICTITITIOUS NAME king and Spanish mackerel;
claim or CANTERBURY and 5th Ave. at 11:10
and shall state the place of residenceand Pursuant to Section 845.09, Florida even though the Communist regime EnglandAP crab- a.m. yes-
BROW! post office address of the claimant Statuts. notice Is hereby given that the A. (Buzzy) Green, public in North Viet Nam had ( ) Ian Lancaster Fleming, a program on pasteurized terday. "
and shall be sworn to by the claim undersigned, Walter B Hunter, Jr., meat and promotion on outdoor
FDEBBIE ant his agent his attorney. and any George T. Kossik. and Jack A. Horner defender, asked for a verdict of) said the statements were "fab creator of the fictional secret ; Edna A. Martin, High Springs,
f HARVE II such claim or demand not so filed shall doing business under the firm name o' fishcookery using mullet and
h James Bond died and Flora P. Collins
innocent, contending that t estate ricated lies." agent today Rt. 2,
I be : Micro Tech Associates P. O. Box: mackerel.In .
I REYNOLDS-PRESNEIL void.W.. A. SHANDS. 13736 University Station Gainesville Ala- had failed to properly from a heart attack. He was 56. king and Spanish at N. Main St. and 39th Ave.
of the Last Will and China said the North Viet-
As Executor chua County Florida Intends to regis- other action, the Cabinet
FAHWISlOn VHRCCOIOR[ Testament of ter said fictitious name under the pro- identify the place where the offense .. sent urgent A newspaperman who turned at 6:45: a.m. yesterday. .
namese government an Wal-
Laura Ann Snowden Hawkins visions of the aforesaid Statute. said! it had no objection to
2ND COLOR HIT 9:30 deceased Dated at Gainesville Florida. this lit I occurred, or the person I message to the International -author, Fleming was one of the lace and Asscciates erecting a Joyce M. Hair, 17, 303 SE

ELVIS PRESLEY LAZONBY. DELL GRAHAM. WILLCOX day of August A. D.. 1944. injured.In Control Commission in Viet world's biggest moneymakingwriters. 21st St., about three miles east
behind the
& BARBER. WALTON B. HUNTER Jr. 100-foot-tall building
"FLAMING 203 Northeast 1st Street. (3552) 8:12. 19. 26; 9:2 Nam accusing the United States In addition to his of Gainesville on S. R. 329-B
corporation has the;: State Supreme Court building as
Gainesville Florida law a numerous books he also collected -
about 1245 a.m. today.
STAR" Attorneys for Executor. of "continuing to provoke and met the restrictions
L I individuaL it
long as
same legal identity as an
First publication August 12 1944 large sums from two movies John Snow Vanderhoek II, 24,
(3549) :1J.. 19. 26; 9:2 A ; In effect this mean t sabotage North Viet Nam. on such construction.
"Dr. No. and "From Rus-
LAST Lutheran Student Center in the
I The control commission, con- and Associates want- ,
3 Dixon was charged with a crimi, sia With Love." A third film"Goldfinger" Wallace
TL7L-X1t TIMES 200 block of Commerce St. at
HURRY! Last Day which never occurred. sisting of representatives from has been ed Cabinet approval because the

FEATURES 1-3-5-7-9 India, Canada and Poland, has just state is one of the nearby ten 2:30: a.m. today.

a ROBERT WALKER : Green sought to win acquitta1'l arrived in Hanoi, the capital of completed. ants before seeking final approval .. Bonnie Faye Riley, Jasper, at
FUNNY BEYOND COMPARE died at the Kent and
BURL IVES for Dixon arguing that since! North Viet Nam, for on-the-spot Fleming from the city of Tallahassee. NW 13th St. and NW 6th St.

DOORS OPEN "ENbIGN PULVER" trial had begun and ended in s l NOTICE OF SALE Canterbury Hospital.Fleming's The Cabinet also agreed to I at 10:25 a.m. yesterday. ,
"MARGARET millionsof
books sold
DAILY 12:45 P.M. :verdict of innocent, a new trial I Notice Is hereby given that I, J. B advertise for sealed bids for oil Marianne R. Kehoe, 404 SW

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::;::.::;::;:;: RUTHERFORD IS :would be double jeopardy -. of CARMICHAEL Alachua County.Clerk Florida of the Circuit will M.on Court. 25 at Bond copies fans around included the world.many famous -and gas drilling lease in Hen. 2nd St., and Federic J. Maley,
FUNNIESTWOMAN August 1944 at 11:00 o'clock A. Beach, atV.. Univ.
':::::: THE that is, trial twice for the samE. the front door of the office of the Clerk the late President -dry and Collier counties on I Daytona
Summertime .FUN i offense. of the Circuit Court at the Alartua persons, school lands, and approved the Ave. and 7th St. at 4:32 p.m.
County Courthouse in Gainesville Florida John F. Kennedy among r
ALIVEI".r.aa'uii. sell at public sale to the highest : transfer of Highway PatrolS : yesterday. ;
I Judge Adkins who has I and best bidder for cash the following them. Allen Dulles, former Fire Calls
THURSDAY :::: described real property lying and being Trooper H. R. Ackett from Bra. fA
MORNING ;::: M-G-M AI'RTUAp.u I written legal books dealing witf I in Alachua County. Florida: director of the U.S. Central Intelligence denton to Pensacola, and Troop. At 10:53 a.m. yesterday, welding
::: nt* nUP.l ii's the said Dixon's situa. A parcel of land measuring 185 feet Agency, also listed t
area -
Doors Open 9 a.m. \ North and South by two hundred er B. R. O'Bryan from Pensa- torch ignited gasoline at Sf:
=::. ll "3 STOOGES :::: CHRISTIE'SL.LtIftIex ,, tion doesn't meet the technica'I thirty in,(230)being feet a part East of and and West carved, lying himself as an avid follower oFleming's (cola to Bradenton. shop at 1527 NE 8th Ave. II

:::: IN ORBIT" I :: requirements. from that certain five (5) acres. fictional agent.
NEvv ii more or less as described in War Like his hero was a
: Fleming
R..e...... ,
plus Deed to Nathaniel Batie and
/ i iflgo Green said this probably wa; ranty ,
his wife Bernice Batie. dated October lean upper class Englishman I U. S.
true, but he would look it up.. 26, 1961 and recorded in Book with considerable charm and a China Urges Negro
172 at pages 9293. Public
[ I Jurors were Ralph E. Going., of Alachua County Florida and beinga flare for food, cars and travel

-- -TOMORROWFeatures 5001 N.W. 13th St.; Ferris G. sons'part Subdivision of Lot No.in the 24 Moses of Harri E. In 1952 Fleming married AnnE, To Battle 'Repression9ly 1

FREE FOR CHILDREN WITH 6 RC CAPS i 7. *3 r !Johnson Jr., P. 0. Box 241,, Levy Range Grant 20 East In Alachua Township County 11 South Florida ,. Geraldine, the former Lady Ro-

(or 35c without caps) FUN FOR ALL (Hawthorne; Feldon S. Slater p said herein described parcel) of thermere. As Lady Rothermere
land being further and more partiCu. connected with the revolutionary
Rt. 1, Hawthorne; Edward W. larly described as follows to-wit; her marriage to the Britih news- Ntw ftork uimra
Koerner 300 SW 41st St. Henrj r BEGINNING at the Northeast cornerof anti-imperialist struggles -
STARTS TOMORROWTICKETS ; said five (5) acres, more or less paper owner, Lord Rothermere, By. SEYMOUR TOPPING of all oppressed nations
J. Haemmerlie, 2701 NW 2nc I lands of Nathaniel Batie and Bernice was dissolved in 1952. HONG KONG Communist
Batie which is also the Northeast and peoples of the world. The
STILL AVAILABLE FOR :St.; and Lawrence H. Halsey, corner of the said Lot To. 24 ofHarrisows Fleming's brother, Pet e r China urged American Negroes American Negroes' struggle
the Moses
OPENNG! DAY PERFORMANCE. --- --- 1017 NW 16th Ave. ._ E. Levy Grant Subdivision, and running in thence Felming, also is an author. Tuesday to resort to violence in being a revolution breakingout

Gets Yours Now At The Florida TheatreBox South a distance 5 degrees of one 10 hundred minutes ei West htv-fjve for Ian Fleming attended Eton I their struggle against what was in the heart of U. S. imperialism

Office And Avoid The Rush All Seats $1.00 THAT 'G0-C0 GUY AND THAT BYE-BYECALI I (1S5) feet to a made corner; thence'College Sandhurst, the Britis I termed repression in the United forms an especially
running North (4 degrees 45 minutes ..
:A .CVe.C9COeBaaCla....... ..,9ICge.... C. METRO-GCLDWYN-VAYER PRESENTS I I West for a distance of two hundred West Point, and the Universities States. important support for the revolutionary -
: I thirty (230) feet to a made of Munich and Geneva. Peking reported that mass
thence running North 5 degrees struggle of the people
i Stannngin theJrfirst InW'Ienhhilarious : ELMS PRESLEY&A I!I corner 10 minutes East for a distance During World War II, from. meetings were being held in of the whole world."
of hundred feet
I to a one made corner on the North lin.. 1939 to 1945 he was personal]I'Chinese cities to welcome the
II In the Chinese Communist
: !| : of said Lot No. 24; thence! running assistant to the director of British .S welcome the union of American
Soutn S4 degrees 45 minutes East lexicon is used
: action-packed film! : I JACK CUMMINGS-GEORGE SIDNEY PRODUCTION I for a distance of two hundred: thirty naval Negroes with the peoples of imperialism as
BEILO t (230) feet to the comer at the point S Americain a label for Western powers, especially -
and Latin
I of beginning.Said ...intelligence.'a Asia, Africa U.S. while revolu-
: : I Viva IPs Vegas i sale will be made pursuant to a ... a worldwide revolutionary the ,
Final Decree of foreclosure entered on .' -- tion is equated with proCommunist .
V 4 August 164 in the Circuit Court of movement.
: 1 :
\f Alachua County. Florida, Case No. 11902- ie\ or other anti-Western
F frid here noted that Communist -
\ C, In Chancery. I movements. Peking employs the
.. \, lh J. B. CARMICHAEL I China bad begun to exploit -
: ri
'. [ I Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Ce. ... ..,..I.Wcc .., ideological term "modern revisionists" -
the issue of discrimation
Alachua County. Florida
; .'
describe the
I DRIVE-IN THEATRE :, BY ETHEL Clerk TUTENDeputy e. ..1 against the Negro to further its

f' \_ Start Tonight 7:30 (SEAL) 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 political attack on both the U.S. leadership.
fl550) 1:12. ALSO IN OCALA Attacking the Soviet leader-
: and the Soviet Union. In its pro-
paganda there was a strong ship by implication on the racial -
issue the Chinese Communist

Caftlr g tealQ/wom/ principal implication white that nations leaders were of the paper added:

) iage "Modem revisionists acting
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407 directions sizes 32-J.C1 34-38. Par time 24 min. *f N w.f ofwr.- 8/12
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 13- Help Male or Female
Jewelry CAR! Thirty-five cents In coins for this
l DIVISION MANAGER EXEC. SECRETARY; pattern add 15 cents for each
Cort Cosmetics has opening for full- STENOGRAPHERS; pattern for 1st-class mailing and
Bicycles time Manager In Alachua County. KEY PUNCH OPERATOR special handling. Send to Laura
Must be dependable, have car SECRETARIES; Wheeler Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft -
TV Sets and phone experienced In Direct BOOKKEEPERS; Dept.. P. O. Box 141, Old 32 Mobile Hornet For Sol 33 LOTS FOR SALEIT'S
Selling. Will train. Salary. For SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER; Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y.
Interview write D. Cox, P. O. CLERK-TYPIST Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER
LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2
Orlando. Fla. Give resume FOOLISH
Box 7471.
ClothingCameras of past experience. (foregoing female 21.35 yrs.)) NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. trailers. Large awnings.. 3 large
MALE TRAINEE. NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs to pay more. RECKLESS to patios 3 septic tanks lots of
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn 21-27 college background) more fashions to knit crochet than pay less. GET THE REAL shade, good rental Income. Just
IN up to $5 per hour demon CHEMISTS. ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns, embroidery FACTS. Payments as low as outside city limits. For sal*. FR
strating famous Studio Ctrl $6.500-S13.ooo; dolls' clothes. Send' 25 SS7.29 per month with S300 down. 4-8MX

Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. PROJECT ENGINEERS :<' cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. LAKE GENEVA ACRE lots for sale.
Antiques Phone 374-4336 after 4. $70 4,000; Mobile Homes Sales
PROCESS VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. Phone 327-4416
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt
Furniture to begin work by August 21. to S14.000; Book. For beginners experts. Send Lowest prices, easiest terms, large 34 Waterfront
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS 50 cents now I est display I In central Florida.We Property
NORTH experience and ability. to $12.000; trade g. Free delivery
Livestock Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS. up to OOo"; miles.TRAILER LAKE Allo I lake front. i rooms and
Blue Shield. For interview con- to $14000; 32 Mobile Homes For Sole I MART bath, furn. me I. elec. range, GE
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. refrigerator, oil heater, good water
ACCOUNTANTS Hwy. 17 Open 1 to < dock and boat shed. Large
DiamondsFish Clayton. Phone 372.9591.EXPERIENCED For Sale 1 BR air cond. urn.
S4.500-13.SOO; East Palatka Phone 3? 1050
cleared Jot. $10.400. Ph. 448-1758.
SALESGIRLS PERSONNEL ASSTS. trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent _
condition. FR 29884, 4-1 30 of lake front,
Poles Excellent opportunity for two live- $7-14.000. A.M. and 4-12 P.M. many
wire young women who know 4 LICENSED PHARMACISTs WYATTwell pecan trees. Also S fur.
CENTRAL how to sell and enjoy sales work. $12.000 FOR RENT or sale 1962 New houses with dock and deep

Used Cars This Is permanent position with EXPERIENCED IBM OPERATOR Moon trailer 10 x 55, will take Lake pump.Santa Fe.Many Inquire extras.Lewis On
smaller trailer
excellent future vacations SV4 PERSONNELCENTER for equity and Trailer Sales I Jewelry I Co.
up payments. Phone FR
day week, hospitalization etc. Do
Auto TiresAquariums 21313. Home of 3 brm, 2 bath home on Lake WI-
not phone. See Mr. Sandefer
Pacemaker Mobile Home not. 2 brm 1 bath on Lake
Rutherford Jewelers 103 W. SALE 1963 New Moon, 10x60,
Univ. Ave.WAITRESS Apply 10 to 12 A.M. & 2 to 4 P.M. BR front kitchen living room 3 Shasta and Airstream Lak-awana. Cell Gladys Smith
Travel Trailers RultorOc.la's
FLORIDA'SLARGEST Monday thru Friday
and bedrooms
unfurnished. FR 4- First Mobile Horn 1221 W. University 372-5393
experienced must be 102 NW 2nd Ave. 3724377 0355 after 5
over 21. Phone FR 2-4690. Manarcs' eaSi!rvl- Since 148im WINFRED H. CRAWFORD"
Springs Blvd.
Restaurant. 2120 a w-
thorne Road. 14-Sales Help Wanted Phone 429-1358 Reg. Broker, specalizlng in
Golf Clubs WANTED TTS Operator good work- LICENSED Real Estate salesman. 2702 Waldo Road N. E. AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros,
Ing conditions good pay. Con $100 a week drawing account. At Palm Lane 374-0205 SCHULT Early American I GR 52981.Cedar.
Large volume builder developing 10 x 50'. Hlllcrest Trailer Court
tact Stafford Caldwell Galnes-
TypewritersMotorcycles ville Sun. 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. Lot A-5. Key Shores
t Reply to Box 494-A c-o Galnesville BUTTSMobile
FOR RENT beautiful 1944 50x10
.1, CURB WAITRESSES day and Sun. home. Early American l fine homesites from $2250
night shift top ApplyIn design
wages. WANTED 3 MENto Avail. 8-23-44. Perfect for non-waterfront from $1510Marina
Jerry's Restaurant
person fall trimester. FR 29420, between
2310 S. W. 13th St. assist me In my business. Salary
4 and > LocationsINVEST
plus commissions if qualified. pm.
Used Trucks'Refrigerators LOCAL oil company desires ma-
MARKETPLACE ture Individual with bookkeeping .appearance Also company, 2140.bonuses.Car neces-NeatIn 33 LOTS FOR SALE : facilities needed her
experience. NCR 31 machine HomesINC.
sary. Call Mr. Stevens, 372-0500.
knowledge helpful. Typing necessary Motel Locationslots
Scott & Fetzer Corp. between 9 Serenola Estates Lovely residential
permanent position S'/t day & 10 A.M. Monday Wednesday lots near new school, priced from I : accommodations
week. Please send complete resume
S. Friday. $3500. Call Gladys Smith Realtor
Baby Buggies to Box 49S-A c-o GainesvilleSun. needed
NEWt 1228 W. University 372-5393

16-Work Wanted Female 10 & ir WIDES 4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale.'
also Terms can be arranged J. T.
proficient In shorthand and typ- WANTED work as baby sitter or CAMPERSWe )( 301, Calnes'
ing. Salary commensurate with maid. Full or part time. Call FR need 25 trade-ins this month vilie.epht3rl:1:0. REAL ESTATE
Store and ability. Scruggs 24974.
EquipmentFarm &experience Carmichael. 3 SE 1st Avenue, Call us for the best deals. N. W. 1 acre CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831s.
WILL care for elderly persons In W. 2 acre lots
Ph. 376-5242. their home, Christian hearted Near school choice home
Machinery woman Rgfprynot' Ph. 462-1945. sites N.w.Elm. FREE ESTIMATES on
WANTED; White housekeeper for
St. at 6th St. On street
FOR widower and three children. Live MARY MOELLER. REALTOR FURNACES and Quality
parking all around
17 Work Wanted Mate our corner.
Infant's !in. Call FR 22161. 1019
Open 9 A.M. to f P oM. each Central I Air
2 SEAMSTRESSES WANTED BOOKKEEPER. CPA auditor, .14 week day. NICE lot on good fishing lake S990.
Machines Must be able to do alterations and yrs. experience. New York, Puerto 2 Terms 120 cash S20 monthly. Ph.
house trailer reasonablerent
mending neatly and efficiently. Rico firms, references furnish 325-7715 Palatka. ConditionersFURNITURE
Call In person only' as no information ed. English & Spanish spoken. located on Archer Rd.
Office will be given over the Phone collect Miami 448-8835 Alexander Phone 3723829.
Equipment NEW phone M4 SW 5th Street Oieda. 1455 SW 27th Ave. SPECIAL by TSanjL
Miami. Fla
104 x 208' Lot for mobile home
Movie Equipment 12 Mol Help Wonted $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes UPHOLSTERYFor
Best In equipment Internally
18 Schools & Instructions Prairie. For appointment call top quality workmanship
I insulated ducts, de
ANTED experienced grill cook, FR 63052. call'
Outboard Motors SHORTHAND TYPING engineered and Installed
apply Humph Dumpty Restau- :372-6142 signed
EXPERIENCED painters wanted. Courses now Home Sales Inc. 2 S. S
Sports Equipment Good pay with steady employ forming. Howell's Business College bedroom mobile homes. Many UPHOLSTERY
ment. Phone FR 2.5321 or 25322 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR. floor plans. 7 year' financing. 1501 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
Vacuum Cleaners for appointment. 6-3507._ Drive out today. 3 miles Southof Free Estimates-nek up and "30 NE 2)rd Blvd.

NATIONAL organization has openIng HIGH SCHOOLat Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. delivery. 24 Hour Service

for man age 2130. Must have home, free booklet A mer}lean 376-0571 --- -- -
Nursery Furniture good working knowledge of basic School, P. O. Box 16661. Jacksonville ---
electronics. For Interview, call Fla 32216._ -

USED F R 2.3721.WANTED MEN 1 women IS to 33 to train for

Fishing EquipmentWashing University of Florida CIVIL SERVICE

student to work full time before Examinations. For Informationsend
Machines school starts then part time name address & Phone No.
afe.:wards. Room rent to con- Key Training Service. 112 W. M
stitute part payment. For Information Adams St.. Jacksonville._
Building Materials call FR t-3012. ,.
CARS IBM machines 024-024, limited en-
WANTED TTS Operator good work- rollment classes now forming.
Howell's Business College 211 W.
Heating Equipment ing conditions good pay. Contact HAVE
Stafford Caldwell Gaines Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. AN p

Musical Instruments ville Sun.MARRIED. Real Estate Exam :I

man age 25-50 for In- COURSE

dustrlal Insurance debit guaranteed ATTEND First lesson free.
Camping Equipment starting salary good oppor. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
tunlty for right man. Call 372- COLLEGE, 211 W. Univ. Ave F
7147 for Interview. FP 6-3507, 3723721. THIS WEEK'S
Plumbing Equipment SPOTLIGHT
WANTED: 28 Livestock & Supplies

Children's Playthings Announcements LIVE SNAKESReptile BOARD horses good pasture, exercise 2PT "' GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM

Importer In Southern California track. Taylor Ranch Wll- d'L +401 "
Electrical would like to hire persons liston. Call FR 2-1439._ \ .-:
Appliances 4 Personalised Services in or near Gainesville., lizards Fla.and to capture amphibians WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE .f" Step Into the Early' American decor of the General

local and snakes send them to California dairyman to show us a better T" >.l .,.. Goines Steak Room prepare yourself for the
Dogs Cats Parakeets LEARN 10 OfeivEl Special a.- at importers expense. Will dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills f 't. i finest U. S. Prime or Choice Steak that Gainesville
H tentlon to nervous or elderly. pay 35 cents-ft. for most snakes 16 pct. All Pulleted Drat (,. 1 can offer.
Easy Way Driving School. FR under 6' long and 50 cents-ft. for Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDNper J1v.t!
2-7002. Lie bv Slat of Fla. snakes over *'. If Interested send ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala J Prompt. courteous serviceend It Just the beginning After

KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON your' name Si address along witha chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 441- .';k"L:'P you place your order you may watch your steaks
Beauty on a BudgetAll list of the J most common species 2105. ,. ". being cooked to order over charcoal
your an open
will sell it faster In area to E.
Nothing work guaranteedPerm. of snake your FOR SALE four registered shorthorn ... hearth.
S5 Sham-set LI :35J: W. Bennett Ave.
up $ up Meyers bulls, 3 yrs. old. Will sell ""':'
14 E. Univ. Ave. :372-772 Glendora Calif. all or individually. Call 444-3285 The Steak Room Is also known for its delicious seafood -
Open nights by eppt. MAN wanted for stock room. Some after 7 p.m. I ;.tV'1. dinners.
paper work Involved. 40 hr. week. Serving from 6 P.M. 12 the
to midnight Steak Room
than theGAINESVILLE <6< SPECIAL NOTICES excellent company benefits. Must 30 PETS & SUPPLIES -" ,. \0' Is 7 week.
and open a
be able to write plainly the
check orders. Apply J. M. Fields Watch for opening of their new Cocktail Lounge
MINIATURE black male Poodle
8 Baby Sitters Child Care Personnel Office.
Store, f has been wormed and has had Sept. 1st.Watch.
PART TIME work for neat appearing shots. 5 mo. old affectionate. Call
I keep infants and childrenin man in Men's Dept. Includes FR 21371.EXCELLENT.__ For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

SUN my home. Sunday work. Must be 18 yrs. black Cocker Span-
CHI FR 2-.5169. of ace. Apply J. M. Fields Store, iel} female puppy. 7 months. AKC !

KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE Personnel OHio papers. Shots bargain at $50. Pet DINING CAFETERIAS DINING.DANCING *
or shewdog. 3723077. IC
Day wk. or mOo Old Newberry 13-Help Male or Female COCKTAILS
Rd. Planned' programs. Pick vat AMERICAN Shepherd and English GENERAL GAINES LONGS CAFETERIA
Llttlewood and Terwilliger WANTED TTS Operator good worKing Shepherd puppies for sale. Wean- STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation a re llnting.
WANT ADS ed. wormed and FR 2-0033.
schools. Call FR 26667. conditions. good pay. Con Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Open 7 days a wfek. STEER ROOM
tact Stafford Caldwell Caines- AKC reg. Chihuahua puppy mate steaks prepared to your taste Friday Aug. 21th The finest In dinIng enl me"t
TINY TOT villa Sun.Need. excellent line. fawn color 7 wks. on our open heartll. Holiday Inn, Rememberl We'11 see you the"Cockt.ll.. a. dancing In our lounge.
old; also Chihuahua stud service.FR I 1900 S.W. 13th St. Fit 61266. Palmer a Sue Long No Cover No minimum
S62 HW tsars St
Visit vs and see for yourseff.' Expenses with School FREE cute kittens need good BILLIARD'S BOWLING *
14 SE 8" St. FR 4-TKIe. up
I storting You can Born $2 home. Ph. 376-8120. UNIVERSITY INN
CALL Of mere per hour .* full 7 weeks old female German Shepherd -
; puppies. AKC registered. Fun for not only young' men We'D be dosed August 1Mf1 Stint board, Cocktail Hour I to 7. J
time Avon Representative. -
WAITRESS over IT. or port Wormed 4. shots. S7S each. Phone BUT young' women, too. the 17th. for reseryicill9 and re- drinks for the price of 1. Dane-
Apply In person to Thirsty Gator Our Saleswomen FR 4-4274 or see at 1206 NE 17th Bring your dates conditioning or our Illeyi. Well k+g'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin'
> 6:1:1:: N.W. nth: St. ftr 1:00 PM. _rill fine 'weekly Sitcom. AvO'' Open 10 A.M. 'm 12 P.M. see you the 11t11. 2606 Wlldo Combo. Richard Parker arches905 -

WANTED saleslady must have jewelry plus Savings Bonds. Earn N. Main Street Road 3741651. trl. 1901 SW 13th St. FR H"2.
32 Mobil Homes For Sole
store experience & referen
376-4672 ces. Steady position good salary. your expense money with
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. Avon. Write AVON. P.O. FEDERAL -
WANTED experienced waitress. loa 44S. Gainesville HOMES INC.

Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau or can FR 2-0421. 420 N.W. lth: St. Galnesvm CALL 3728441.
rant. 310 NW 13th St. FR 25113 Walt Johnson, Mgr.




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WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath. :1 BR 2 baths, central heat, out on attractive 100' lot; 3 room kitchen combination large
By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home approval you can have Immediate sale by owner, 3 BR's, hardwood
built In this area by possession and ownership of 151. LR family room built in floors, 2 tile baths, cen. of city limits deep well, REA BR brick house with oak floors Fla. rm., carport utiL rm. on 1
THE TIME IS NOW ALACHUA HOMES. INC. the best value house for sale In kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI- heating, Fla. rm. 14 x 20, dbl. power, located at 3616 NW :34th cypress & mahogany roof, Fla.trim,. asbestos store- acre of land. 1 ml. from Magnesla -
Phone :376-0630 NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air! TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and carport, lot 100 x 140 with nice St.Call. shingle rm. Springs. $8500. Phone 481-2471.
dbl. carport; price under -
Model Home Opening every Sun. conditioning. Paneled family room assume mtg. Call 376-2927. shade trees. 25000. 3936 S, W. room-shop .
Includes refrig. new
from 1 P.M. i P.M. beginning (laming living-dining area for e>- LOW 3rd Ave. FR 2-3774. 372-2372 or 376-81VO. $16.000 MCKINNEY
DOWN PAYMENT and financing kitchen range, air conditioner, TV
August 16. 1502 N.W. 31st Ira and spaciousness.dishwasher.; Back Electric yard rang completely already arranged. Three FOR SALE THIS WEEK IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or
Ave. 7" hedge. Bedroom home built 1960. Built 3 Br., CCB 1 bath, oak floor, fireplace by owner Immaculate 3 BR.. 2 owner et ;372-2763. GREEN
enclosed by
Compare cost with all other 3 In range and oven. Large cor stove. ref. attic fan fenced bath, CCB walk to new School, -
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr bedroom, 2 bath fully air EVERY cond. Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at ner lot. Outside City limits. Owner back yard, fine lawn-trees. 3 deadend. Terms to responsible CLEAN AS A WHISTLE DEATONREALTORS
homes."YOU'LL BUY IT 2213 NE 7th Ter.
moved. Call ALACHUA REAL.
blks. from Llttlewood. $1,100 party. Price $14.000 3764741 or
TIME. LEAVING TOWN will sell my 3 TY ASSOCIATES 376-2448. down. $79 mo. 621 N.W. 36th 372-4874. Beautifully kept, must be seen If
Call Jeffords & Baker
House to Rent? BR, 2 bath. cent. heat built In
OWNER transferred attractive 3 St. 376-4220. you are looking for a 2 bedroom
:3 Br, 2 bath, CCB cent. heat and kitchen home. You can say e BR home, corner lot Highland YOU CAN BE SURE 1 bath horn with screened porchon MUST SELLIf
air cond. 100 x 160 Lot. 1900 $1500. Call FR 2-3826 er GR Court; Manor, paid pool member. FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew a large corner lot. Immediate you believe In being lucky this
ft. paneled family room fireplace S-5922. Melrose.HIGHLANDS Palm Springs model. One of $11,500. See at
sq. ship, low equity, VA Loan, pay. occupancy. might be your chance This..
cathedral ceiling. Shadow S3 2721 NE 11th Ter. FR the best looking homes we've ever 1-NO WAITING. $750 down and 1305 NE 6th Terrace, then phone
3 Br.. 2 bath, quail mo. fine B.R. central
3 2 bath
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS place cathedral ceiling. 3561 NW 9709.FOR built. Four bedrooms 2 full move right into this neat 3 BR, Associate Ralph -
ty built. 2 story Cent. N. Dick Robinson heated 2 old home mustbe
masonry. baths beautiful brick facade, 1 Bath CB home at 527 w. yr.
34th 23950. Owner leaving Realtor, at 376-1359 day
heat reasonable down payment. 36th Drive. Only 12000. Stove Fossey sold. Owner will consider a
SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR, 2 excellent kitchen
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit state. 372-9896. Price $2X500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. bath, ceo. air cond. and heat. 16900. No money arrangement.down, VA Ref. & Dishwasher Included. Avenue.or night, 11 West University reasonable offer under Its present
F.H.A of located
Cor. Blvd. 372-8245. 2-1350 down FHA. Convenient NWlocatlois. value $17,250 -
Palm View Estates less than 1
REDFRANKS FHA only $800 down. Price Includes -
yr. old, FHA approved, large 3 BR, 1 bath. Nice lot NEEDS In Madison Park Good cotdition -
4 BR modem home on 1 acre of fully sodded front lawn THE GRASS
REALESTATEMODERN land. $7.300. Terms. Phone Gf shaded lot, no Immediate neighbors gas lamp, swim club member. paved St. Close In. Act now Drive by -
5-2277. owner transferring. 4037 3-BRAND NEW 3 BR, 2 bath CB MOWING 3202 N. W. 22nd Pace and call
N.W. 18th Place. Phone 3764734. ship.VILLAGE home at 3669 NW 16th Ave. Cent. Sure the grass needs mowing. So us for appointment before you
CUSTOMBUILT home ef BY OWNER, 4 BR, 2 bath, extra GREENBy A-C & heat. Large family Room. what If the previous owner's kids buy. 372-3617.
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU the Frank Uoyd Wright school In Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4011 LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD area, HUGH EDWARDS. INC. Elec. kitchen. Half acre lot. Low left their footprints In the cement -
your picturesque natural setting. :3 N W. irh Ave. FR 4-7993 for 3 BR, 2 bath, liv.-din.-kiU Fam. 2909 N. E. 15th St. down payment will buy. SEE walk leading to that big KING SIZEhouse
BR. 2 Bath, sunken LR with appt. Rm., central heat, gas fireplace 376-7971 NOW. fenced rear yard? This house is
EVERY DAY until it is rented fireplace. DISTINCTIVE. Only I well landscaped shady yard and 4-LOW DOWN PAYMENT and $90 still a darn good deal. Take the 3.000 sq. ft. has 4
: $1,000 Down plus c.c. & appx. LOVELY NW 3 BR, 2 bath homeIn Attractive patio. S600 dn., $105 1962 HOME SHOW MODEL 18500. per month will buy this lovely location? Ifs tops! .right next bedrooms, 2 full baths separate
S135 per mo. Call BILL HARRIS Westmorland Estates. Central mo. FHA by owner. 538 NW :34th 4 big BR 2 bath, Lvg. R- fam.R. 3 BR, 2 bath home In NW. Cent. to the Howard Bishop J u nior dining room central heat
376-0817 or :376-2727. heat & air conditioning. GE built Dr. 372-1145 day, 372-4537 night. Wooded lot, C. heat $1500 dn. heat. Built-in Kit. High. Bet you could find a use air conditioning loads of
In range & oven. Beautiful landscaped 3708 NW 22nd PI. 3723029. for the paneled Florida room. IV House
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: storage space ? acres.
100 x ISO" lot with
many Mom should like the custom built last year Call 372-3617.
MAKE AN OFFER this nearlynew
trees. VA loan, priced to sell Im- GLADYS UNIVERSITYREALTY pine kitchen cabinets. To make
3 BR, 2 bath home with Central
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day heat & Airconditioning built- mediately. FR 2-6366. JWK this fine home easier for you to DUPLEXLet

in stove, oven & dishwasher. Entrance BY OWNER Palm View Estates :3 own we have a new FHA com
$50 mo. . $1.66 day foyer. Large LR, separate br, 2 bath CB house less than SMITH mittment that requires only t550 us show you this attractiveand
per per DR Florida room with fire 1 yr. old, FHA & VA approved, 372-8404 down and the house Is yours. well located two story duplex -
place. Nice lot In prestige neigh shaded lot, no Immediate neigh- CHECK THESE 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 lock, stock and footprints. Call that we have lust listed andit
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day borhood. Can be bought below replacement bors. Phone 3760734.MERRILL. NORTHWEST 22nd STREET ad- W. M. AAunroe Realtor 376-7971. Don't be surprised If Is In good condition Fully
cost with reasonable dress on this utterly charming Assoc: S. E. McLaughlIn, Frank someone from Hugh Edwards, furnished Income of $175.00 per
1562 St. baths two bedroom house. All rooms Roby, Roy McCann T. C. Douglas, used
down payment & assume existIng N.W. 18th 3 brms 3 Inc. answers. month Could be as a
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day financing. Call MYRTLE LAS- $25,000. Good financing. are spacious, fireplace panel Jr. home with an Income. Attractively
SITER 376-0817 or 372-7943. ling pleasant porch. Avail $60 Month. New, CB home, low priced Don't wait Call
4040 Newberry Road 3 brms, S LOOK WHAT See at 210 S. E. 372-3617.
able soon. FHA commit down payment.
$55 per mo . $2.16 per day Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor NEW 3 bath LISTING 3 home or 4 bedroom baths low price of $22,500. ment. Shown by appoint- $14.075 BUYS! 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372-
masonry re- ASSOCIATESJ.
Myrtle Lasstter Associate ment only. Exclusive Snappy brick faced Ranch modelin 4692.
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day W. E. "Bill" Harris, Associate painted conditioning: Inside units.and double out. 2 carport ail. 2125 N.W. 3rd Place, 2 story, 4 listing.J. Village Green. Combtna t Ion Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wlltshln
I brms, excellent location $34,500.
laundry facilities and large hobby shop utility room. Big

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day I REDFRANKSREALESTATE corner lot. ONLY $1,500. DOWN! 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue Idyl wild, W. Kirkpatrick Agency ceiling master ventilated bedroom with closets floor papered to JWK NOT IN SUBDIVISION Multiple Listing 3 Br colonial -

SUBURBAN Immaculate :3 bed- 3 brms 2 baths new FHA $26- 31 N. Main FR 2-8404 half bath with colored fix- !, hardwood floors fireplace.

$80 per mo . $2.66 per day room IVi bath split level home 000. RARE OPPORTUNITY tures and dressing table. Cen- 3728404TRANQUIL Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa
7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 3764)817) can be bought under FHA for tral heat. Sidewalks for your under massive tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11.-
7 S.W. 26th Street. Corner lot, 3 setting
$85 $2.83 FOR Sale by Owner, 2 BR.. home. $700. down payment. Beautiful corner lot 210 feet childrens safety. Community swim trees over an acre In 500. FHA. $72 per mo. Including
per mo. . per day N.E. location. Convenient to shopp I brms, 2 baths $17,900. frontage on US 441. Good 2-bed- club for your relaxation. Fully shade on Gracious taxes and Ins. FR 2-2736.

'-a r nter. schools, city and IDYLWILD Call us to see this 1246 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms 2 baths, room home. Priced under mar sodded lawn for your leisure. Big Kirkwood.residence, central heat masonry, two 3 Bedroom CCB. 1 bath, screened

$90 per mo . $3.00 per day city../.ng.park. Reasonable Furn. or Unfum.down pay No bath beautiful house three with bedroom central heating two P K. Yonge area 21000. ket, quick action essential. home paneled features living room such walls as ,walnut real baths, three bedrooms PLUS porch. air conditioned.Take 4 years over
v. old. No down payment.
r- nt. Owner will finance. FR 4- and air conditioning plus many; CALL plaster walls and ceilings. tiled another bedroom and bath Call 372-
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 4029. extras. West Hills, 2 story, 7 brms 6 baths sills. Formica custom cabinets, for guests a relative or $100 month payments.
large lot, 65000. Angle Real Estatec. Luan doors, silent switches. for a study. By appointment 6729.
3 BR., 1 bati home, goes to the ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom Cap it off with an authentic gas -
masonry) L Angle Broker only. Exclusive
per mo. . $3.33 per day person who makes the best of home with central heat, built-In 10 S.W. 23rd Drive. Corner lot, I 0. J. Angle, Associate lamppost and easy VA or FHA listing.J. .
fer. Offer expires August 16th oven and range, dishwasher, disposal brms 2 baths, air conditioning, 4404 N. W. 13th St. 376-6927 terms and you have yourself a PRESENTINGIn
1964. 5 p.m. 2711 N.E. 10th Ter and extra kitchen cabinets. $35,000. deal. Call 376-7971. Hugh Edwards
race. Just listed for sale at less the NOTHING DOWN VA Inc. 2909 N. E. 15th W. Kirkpatrick Agency
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR replacement cost. ONLY $11,- S18 N.W. 36th Avenue. An estate ofa St. 31 N. Main FR 2-8404 young executive area another -
(75 per mo.. Northeast, $400 dn.. 900. home and guest house. $32,000. 3 BR, 2 baths, 2COO sq. ft. FINE custom designed &
3 BR 1 bath, screened porch built home.Featuring.
patio, kit. equip., cen. heat, $300 DOWN-ATTRACTIVE 3 bed- 534 N.E. 8th Avenue. 3 brms, 2 $300 DOWNNW : fireplace air
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS take up VA. FR 2-2774. room masonry home with built baths, lovely interior, good financing 3 BR, 1 bath walking distance STEVEN FOSTER New Brick Homes conditioned, paneled family

3 LARGE BR, Ig. living room-din- In oven and range, carport and 15000. to school HEIGHTSLocated I room kitchen, a dream
Ing room Ig. kitchen with din- utility room. Just one year old. by with.. luminous ceilings &
ete. Paneled throughout. Call 454- NW Section. REASONABLE 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms 1 $500 DOWN Builder pantry, 3 BR 2 bath.. fences
at N.W. 37th Place &
Lot 75 120
bath. FHA $9750. x
131* or 454-1632 after 6. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 3 BR 2 bath Ig. let in Northwest patios & many other extraordinary
homes under
6th St. New brick
. 4235 NW 10th St. 14 S.W. 32nd Street, 3 brms, 2 construction. Pick your own 3 & 4 bedrooms, built-in kitchen Ideas.
Desirable 3 BR, 2 bath home. BLACK ACRES Priced at the baths excellent location, 31500. $900 DOWN colors, etc. VA 8. FHA Terms.by equipment, cen. heat. VA &
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale large Fla room & patio. Lot spacious FHA valuation 3 bedroom of 17500.2 bath This masonry !. 2B R. 1 bath Southwest only $51 FHA Homes-no closing! costs. Lloyd D. Myrick.. Bldr.

100x176', lots of trees. real Lake Winot. 3 brm, 2 bath home on per mo.
home is
a buy -
OWNER LEAVING 3 BR.. CCB. ONLY $700 DOWN lake front. $23,500. 3 BR. 2 bath NW. close to school. Capitol ,
M 2 baths.. pump for lawn. S500 dn. Beautiful lots NW section; Capital Builders Inc. N.W. 37th PUce & 6th strMt 36th Ter. ef NW 39th Ave.

Assume FHA mortgage. :376-2293 $1200( DOWN will buy this lovelyold Lake Lak-a-wana. 2 brm 1 bath. DAN BYRD N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street OPEN HOUSE DAILY Open Sundays et 1:00 er by
or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. Commercial property & acreage.E. 4 bedroom 3 bath two story Sand bottom lake, $14,000. Call 372-0361 or 376-77M appt. 377-Silf.
372-9361 376-771.
Call er
LI rTLEWOOD NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath C. "Curly" Kuehn, Jr. home In the NE Section. ONLY ASSOCIATES. INC.
Charm and simplicity In this home carport and utility room. $9.000. 638 N. Main St. $16,000 CALL US NOW. GLADYS SMITH Realtor
Jack DeYot
3 Br, 2 bath, designed for FR 6-6544
gracious $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR FR 6-2032 Broker Associates t
living. Beautiful setting In Realtor r
landscaped' yard. The price has 2-3355 days. NEW 2 bedroom frame house, lust John Merrill E. E. Holloway
been reduced. Near Llttlewood. 4 BR 2 bath CCB A-C Ig. util.1 completed. nice wooded lot. 5 1228 W. University Phone 372-5393 Christine Stone BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
and Westwood schooL ft. fam. rnrv. near elem. school: miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. Realtor Associates. : Anna Hinson 825 NW 13th Street
Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 & Boys' Club. $13.500. $450 dn.. Carolyn Noyes 372-2511
plus closing. 372-9714. MULTIPLE LISTING Virginia Powers Call night or day
By Owner. 7 rooms. IVi bath $600
See this charming home with a for equity, payments $90 per ASSOCIATESMARCELIA PARDI I
beautifully landscaped lot. Yours month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. W.HBUCKHANNANFIGURE MONEY DOWN
for Immediate occupancy. 1701 Phone 376-6819.
N. w. 39th Ave. THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal.
Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer fuel tank, 100 shrubs, brick patio II .- \ '
equity In 3 BR. 2 bth. built-in fenced yard, near elementary i V A 'Villope t Qreen
kit.. terrazzo floors. cen. heat. IMMEDIATE occupancy can be and lunior high schools ---- =---- .- --
IDYLWILD Phone 376-1779. had on this pleasant 3-bedroom screened porch. 3 BR. 1 bath, J .,- tr-'rIfI"""
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY By Owner, 3 BR. \Vt bath, CCB masonry home on nice large lot $500 down, if you qualify FHA. ,. ,. LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.
Idylwlid. 3 Br, 2 bath modem home. Assume mortgage. Low In Florida Park. Walking distanceto See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. ... ,

kitchen near new Elem. school. equity. $36 Mo.. Dead end Gainesville High and J. J. I -- .. 2."I ., 376-7971
St. ,, : ::: <
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2.000 sq. ft. The price is reduced 1408 N. E. tIlts Terr. FR 2-38SS. Finley Schools. JWK -- -
see 4012 S. W. 19th St. -- -- -
Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 MASON MANOR. Neat 4-bedroom .
FORDYCEREALTOR 2-bath home with central heatingand ,. Priced from $13,90017,250

SIDNER I air-conditioning.: Lovely fence 372-8404 .:_".__- : ;- _ _
ed rear yard makes Ideal play lt
DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homeIn
Brick 3 Br. Fla. room, parquet area for children. Convenient to
floors. Dbl. car port.INVESTMENTS. schools. the NE. convenient to shoppingand <-.rl S Sodded Lawns f
I school. Well landscaped ,,\ '-

BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 corner lot with backyard fenced Swim Club I .

I acres ad|. new V. A. Hospital BEAUTIFUL bedroom 2-bath home with living for the children. 1355 square \ Air
4 acres on Archer Rd. landscaped corner lot In Woodland room, separate dining room feet of living area with S Optional _ _ _ _
46 acres on Rocky Pt. Rd. Terrace. 3 bedrooms, 2 family room with fireplace lovely family room. : Colonials N.1ot.IJ. -s-----. .
baths. .- -
Call Mary Moeller 6.4471 Refrigerator range and modern built-in kitchen. Central UNIVERSITY and shopping center -
washer.dyce, 376-1236.Only 117.500. Call For. heat. close walking distance from this J' Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
two bedroom house. Completely v
PALM VIEW Estates. Attractive 4- 1'j
the family together and see TILE FLOORS bedroom masonry home. Built. furnished and two kitchens: .;,t
this spacious home with 4 Br, 3 air conditioning. Paneled living in kitchen units Central heatingand mean income when house I Is ,/-1,1; t
bath landscaped yard. For sale room 4 bedrooms 2 baths screened air-conditioning.: Reasonab I e rented as two one bedroom
or trade. Melrase. Fla. porch large closets. Wooded financing. apartments. Total price only)
Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 lot In NW. $25,500. Call For. 19.900.00.BEAUTIFUL .
dyce, 376-1236. UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- large rooms In this HOUSE HUNTING!
side restricted subdivision of acre two bath house priced at only! ,
MARY MOELLER WALNUT lots. Paved streets. Inside lots $17,200. Three bedrooms: 14x11,
paneling fireplace walk-In clos $3950. corners 4250. Outside city 11x16. 12.5x11. Beautiful large RENT RECEIPTS
REALTOR ets. 4 bedrooms 2 baths 1.900 limits thus NO CITY TAXES. living room too. Quiet Northwest ....

1019 W. University FR 64471ASSOCIATES down sq. ft. Large Call lot. 27000. Low. RANCHETTE homesites, too. Approximately location. Available right
payment. Fordyce 376FURNISHED
E. W. Moeller Dick Durbin Foster Kessler 1236. on Newberry 10 acres Road each. with Located away.house. GOT YOU DOWN ?

2 BR home on corner lot. low down 320 feet on paved highway. Just J. W.KIRKPA .
payment. $60 per mo. Located at :3 bedroom home with many fea $500.00 down 5 yrs. on balance. rRICK FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS
331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy tures. Located In a friendly neigh. Realtor $15,825The

- Rldgell 372-4125. borhood.Call Fordyce 1,200 376-1236.sq. ft. Living area. M.M. 31 N. Main ASSOCIATES Phone: FR J-Mfc ( Buy For Less Than Rent at brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

FRED FORDYCEASSOCIATES Floye Capt.Mathlasen A. W. Reece: Irene USN. Bunnell Ret. Highland Court Manor) Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central
Ben Griffin
Levis Kirkland
INC. PARRISH natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

ARNOLD Multiple Grace Fordyce Listing Realtor Broker & ASSOCIATES INC.H. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In If I you have nothing more than a stack of city services.
Wayne Hill Helen Graham
Associates: SHADOWLAWN
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish receipts to show for monthly rent, let us show
Frances Hough Sarah Goulden 372537J.COMPARE. NO'1 D. OLIVER you how you can own your home for the

OFFERING less. start at less MODELS AT $14,500.
Individual Styles For You same price or Payments .

Gracious three bedroom AREA two bath .0 Well Quality planned material living I workmanship areas. than $80 per month. including insurance and THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT .

residence on a large beautifully i taxes. Interest is tax deductible too endyou'll
shaded lot In exclusive Florid.Pa& A community you would be MODERNAIRE MODELS$14,350 I

and Florida Larga room.kitchen with living fireplace room proud to live In be building equity in your own home.

and landscaped patio. $29,000 with Drive West on N.W. 39th See of our courteous salesmen for further BEDROOM BATH TROPICANA
good terms. THESE HOME VALUES Ave. past the Glen Spring In one THREE ONE

LOW DOWNPAYMENT BEFORE YOU BUY I tersection.FR 2-0866. See sign on left. information. No obligation, of course. MODELS $13,000.

Two bedrooms with a fireplace

)and the large cool family shade room.on this You'll wood enJoy I0s5lL0luwwl1lllIItlmu1mIu1umsTnti 14 Models from $13,400 $18,200 FHA and VA S Walk to elementaryand

ed lot. Restful living on a quiet SAVE!' I
Junior high
street. Ideal for retired couple.
Call 372-3522 for appointmentNOW. The following are ready for I New Homes Nothing Down VA ($100 Closing) From $400 down .'1
Seller will
loan costs.
pay I
occupancy. Better living, and \ ,

UNIVERSITY LOCATION I I ___..........u..11III II in
From $79 month resale value.
Charming 2 bedroom home on paved 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. per
street In pleasant residentialsection The following Is now under the Fabulous "Monticello"This
I I construction and will be 4 BR 2V* baths $2990 tin* See
near U of f Campus. ready
I WESTVILLANW N.W. 16th Avenue N.W. 38th Street turn
Fireplace In living room. Large for occupancy soonl $169 per mOo Week At The Drive west on to ,
screened porch. Many nice shade
trees. Separate garege. 113.500. 3310 N.W. 30th PI. left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
3320 NW 30th Ave. PARADE OF HOMES
3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. U?
UGHT AND COOL month. 3 BR. bath, $500 dn $77. 16th Ave.,
Oft pastel colors and efficient tentral per per o.1 Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

air conditioning make this.. imwmunnmnmmuimwiuuiiwso.e.ia at 37th St.
home a |Icy in hot weather. 3 e ,
tMdreoms 1 baths built-in kitchen 303 SE 38th St. Ii
family room with fireplace.All 3BR.ibaTh$4Q0dflh$64 e I- PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES I
sliding glass. doors are Norwood per mo. I I
Thermopane Huge sere ned PRICED FROM $14 OOO UP
porch. No city taxes or sewer I WALTER STUBBSInc. I ,
assessment. 132.000.
.Hope"H" i ,

3 Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048
Builders &
COMPANY Developers

1219 West Multiple Univ.Listing Ave.Member 372-3322: We Trade Homes YOU WILL JUST CALL. Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

Jane Caidwell Pete SilO 1123 S.E. 4th STREET "We trade houses"
Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge or Property FR 6-5301 er FR""" I PHONE 372-3471
Bob Kaikman Charlie Mayo
Jimmy Greene Walter E. Stodciard

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: I I 64 Household Goods <66< Wise. For Sal. 73 Mesial Merdundb 15 Avrei ..,.* for SaU

Buy me for SIM down and payments BEST SOFA & choir, cod t-lngs dark!: GOLF teg. 2. woods. I irons glove TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS '*3 OLDS F-45, iaadrdl Excellent Due To The I
of US per mo. I am 3 I Large well furnished, air conditioned gray nylon tweed. Bowcte recently end balls; $25. Phone FR 4-515 Buy now tor this falL Many to cenditioft. See Mr. Orcen, University
BR in size about 6 yn. old. I bedroom apt. Quiet location reuphobtered. Like new. 175. sties4.00 P.M. choose from. Instant credit
MERCHANDISE Located at 1314 SE fth PL on a couple only no pets $125 Ph. 3725847. Tremendous I
I fa Mssrta Ii lot 100 x 100'. Call owner FR 6- per mo. Ph. 372-1957. REMINGTON electric typew r I ter, Gainesville Music Center 157 FORD radio & healer V-a. II
S Cad ., Thuki 11 "ule' a. a.. 2534 or 3764710. FOR SALE 5 hot water tanks 30 I good condition $100. Can after 5 3??-5471. 1833-15 W. Univ. Ave In good condo sea reasonable.Ph. .
I L..a .fa F.... I'! M""el'7 T..I. E EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $SO gaL with gas heater attached also I P oM. 372-0731. *-368.. I
P..asUie. anlul a BIill"lBc Baterlals month. Phone 66&-3>44. 150 gal. butane gas tank. Convplel 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals
I a Trani IDt rmst1o. : I1..ibSId GO E N. W. 2 Br., Kit. Eo. SW.00 with gauges. 2 crane snal-: SET of Evening Star wedding 60 COMET & 59 RAMBLER Station Response I I
a Spul.1 ?4stlses At1j.e* MARY MOELLER. REALTOR tow well pumps.. Inquire Lewis i rings. Phone FR 6-0219. PRIVATE PILOT wagons. Both AT. At:. Comet
7 Fisrtsti .e )1'a.-...- SMITH Jewelry Co. GROUND SCHOOL has radio also Private owner.
Baby sm.,., Chill Car. n TraC1ac ...ta 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 ROSE upholstered club chair, good'I'IISq, DISCOUNT ON GLAZES F.A.A. Approved Sanderson AudioVisual Make offers 376-234S. I

I Piaul T. C. bj 63 ArUelu Wute.ThlBc. COMFORTABLY turn. 2 BR CCB condition. Also Walnut legged I those Interested In learning Ground School Course '55 CHEVROLET standard trara- Barkley
'1'. ,.'" ;: Fs.I CU e 3725393Four cottage on clear sand bottom hassock, green vinyl ceramics, classes are held every Starting week of Aug. 17. 1961. mission 6 cylinder. Perfect condi
B.: Marh. Et1p. I bedrooms. 2 baths within lake. Can 374-SM1 or GR 5-5217 Phone 374-1977. cover Mon., Wed, .. Fri. evening. 7 to For complete Information call tion. Call 372-4438.

AUTOMOTIVE :: -H..i Pub walking distance of the Medical EAST SIDE 9 E.P.M.University ELLA'S Ave.CERAMICS.FR 2145. FR 2-ttSl. Cassels In the Air 1963 Comet 2-door base < cylinder
ornc. q.ip:' School. Older brick home with 2 studio couches with bolsters., 4-5568 Inc. Municipal Airport.Automotive. standard: shift. Radio.
11 .llrplau .al..alab 11 Mule& lI.cllu411 Florida room, fireplace. double brown. newly covered $20 ea. NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera heater
11 Truck. 'or lale'I garage. GARDENAPARTMENTS 3024 NE 10th St. Automatic 100 with flash. Regular Assume payments. FR 2-1223. Motors

It Tree' Wuied REAL ESTATE FOR SALE g LEAVING town. must sell. living $149.50. August special Sir?. 1962 Ford 500 XL convertible. Air
Tract.n .fa Their Ihatala E Make an OFFER. One of our best rm. turn lamp tables rug beds. Ph. 376-1251,1021 W. Univ. Ave. conditioned bucket seats, 21,000 I
lit Trailer Rentals 12 Mobil buys in a 3 bedroom 2 bath chests, Kenmore actual miles. Ph. FR 2- 129.
Homes for Sill $57 per month tIGainesville's washer good 2201 N. MAIN
U M.torcyelea ST.
e..tui U Loll for lSale home. Large Florida room. fireplace cond.. kitchenette set. etc. Phone UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 56 OLDS .
II tsmsbils ::: convertible power stc.r.Ing.
built Ins, lot. Finest
Ztpalti acre
a many 37a-l 42. See at 41S$ NW
31 W&tTtr nt E 4th St. ,
pr..117 brakes
power radio, heater CONTINUESOUR
IS A.te..bU'1 YASHICAMAT automatic
a 'er lale camera,
4 = It Swap Cars U Ho.... F... 1rJ. Furnished or unfurnished CHEAP. Electric refrigerator $25; field case 8. 3J mm. lens New l5i StudetuKer P. U. truck. Runs extra good top & times. Call 376- I
U C.ttags For Sal. GLADYS SMITH Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart gas apt. stove $5; 40" cas range $50. Also other equipment. Phone _good $100 cash. Call 374-3357 3407 after 5:00. '
i 31 a.al E.late Eicb&ag4 ment. 30* NE tth St. Phone 376- $30. See at 1405 NW 13in: St. 3724231. .
EDUCATI' 57 CHEVY Betair ,
hardtop radio.
sa Real Etats Wted REALTOR HOb I 83 Motorcycles & ScootersONE
u ae...... .fa ItrucU. II O.a ., Tw. 40" ADMIRAL eec:. range like new. SEW NOW PAY LATERI heater V-t automat tram. new
Pr.per17 1221 W. University :379-5393 FOR RENT OR SALE
1WJ trailer tao. Call 371-6081. after 5.30 P.M. WSW tires Can be seen at 608
1) Miek DRelDe. to ualnes. Propeftl" Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes Star : on like new. repossessed 64 new Brtogeslone scooter al
by General. 50 x If 1 BR. No Main St.
II Waaacll- ltneu.. .1 anldeeU& ile.iu ... Virginia Power custom LIVING or Fla. rm. suite 2 foam model S 4ctOMatic: 2ig Zag dealers cost. See at Utt Hawthorne I
F..... Aerear' I- made excellent cond. rubber lounges 2 end tables cur sewing macnm*. Does beautiful Road. 43 KARMAN Chla. $100 and take
II Can be rented at Lake
I Colored Orange ner table. Simmons fancy stitches bind hemming, payments. Phone 4812311.
EMPLOYMENT nlde-a-bed. up
Property Sates
I 37 Real Estate Exchanged with Lakeside view or can be : buttonholes embroiders monograms 1959 DUCCATI 200 CC, excellent' '
Uphol. chairs. Make
17 W.rk Wuttd moved to trailer park!: of your 2348. offers. 376- overcasts, raw edges sews condition immediate sale. S200. '64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles
Is W.rb Wuled :e al' RENTALS SELL Trade equity in "61 Champion choice In Gainesville or Ocala on buttons appliques etc. Need Phone 37M73S S200 down take up payments.

It 8alra Help Waated 55x10 for house In Gville. area. See to appreciate. Call USED Deepfreezer refrigerator. S3i reliable party to assume 6 payments Call FR 2-7433 or FR 2-3785 after
13 43 Colorlel Property Rlntlls Ei Also 1 acre of highway frontageon Phone 374-2435. 14 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
Help-Mal. '1' Fem&1s 51-3001 Mcintosh Exchange. Mr. of SiJO. Phone Credit 5:00 PM.
U l'oUa,.. I.r aua 41. 3 Ml N_ Wilhston deep
U Ma" Manager 3727680. United Sewing
i Dra.au.help W..ted U Flm.lle' A..... E well/ pump. HH077 after 6.30. Ingalls. STUDENT moving to Miami. selling Center AIR CONDITIONING. Tuna upSpectai 'SS DODGE 595; 'SO Chevy. 59S;
11 F..al. 41 UnfurhheJ Api.. ONE ROOM efficiency apt. utiL and miscellaneous i2-SO for performance 'M Chevy. SlSO: $4 Ford. $95.
Help Wanted n lIo.sea v., Rea' Fura 39 Out of Town Property turn. 15 SW 2nd PL or phone 3-8003 household after Items. For. list call FR Beautiful walnut circular bar. r test. All makes and models Also. '54 Ford. pickup truck. $19S.
4. fl.ues 'er seat VaIIrL i 372-4093. 5pm long. with Rattan stools Suitable of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- Al Hemdon Service Station fit
FARMS fr LIVESTOCK for home or business. FR 2-<<96.
4 a.om, JII EeAI STARK.E: II room. 3 bath home Powers Motor Co. Air Condl. SE 4th St.RENAULT tlJSALE
53 2 I )'r..r. 66 Misc. For Sab
E.I..eAa SO Uolel ONE bedroom house trailer outside *
I E..I e on large M. Close to Bank. FORMICA top 21 x 24 boards for honing Servicing Center. 204 N.
Feed & Fertilizer 51 Mise. Rentals Church Schools. & market. Ideal bath, suitable for single end or kiddie table. fish cleaningor
Main .
Phone FR 1-251. ,
Llnl&eek .fa Supplies male light and water fum. quiet STAMP COLLECTION. Get faircash Dolphine $8 good COft-
IIAhatrd our I
T. Real for home office apt., nursing cutting board etc. '1. GVUle
tires $250.
I Laadluplllr Top lioU zu Bear.u. Wsot.4 Ei home. beauty shop etc. Sell or location. N. W. Section: $34. Call offer. Phone 3721702. Auto Top ShopACETYLENE SPECIAL auto painting S29.95. Automotive dition. Radio new

Feta IIPPO.. U OuI De.k $pass 5 trade for Gainesville property. 374-7925. "NEVER used anything like It.. repairs and tune-up. Phone 376-3711. I
In Lheatoek WuLed Ii B.iloeis XeatAla H. G. Bollmger Starke. 2 BR turn. apt. Lights & water. say users of Blue Lustre for welder complete outfit Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. -
II $SO per mo. Call 374-754. cleaning! carpet. Rent electric tire machine. bench grinder Phone 37J791S 11958 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe,
shampooer $1. AAcDanied Furniture 1 grease gun .. other service red with red Interior. Leaving

1, BusInis O'PlraIlD1U. SERVICE n Spetial 8mb. 5 41 Residential Income 1 except BR-DR.gas, kitchen for cooking all utU.& oil turn for Company. Gainesville Shop I station equipment. Phone 3722489. I 85 Automobiles for Sale town, must sacrifice. FR 6-4008.

M.oev a. lAu ZJ HoMS I.prue.e.te FOR SALE Completely lurnisn- heat. $47.50 per mo. upstairs. 911 ping Center.Prices "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV I 'CADILLAC 4-dr. HT, white.
)toncarn ZI aadl. .fa TV Srnks is ed 3 unit apt. house located NE 3rd: Ave. Call Fred Guy. yr. guarantee on picture tube. JEEP four wheel drive. 1956 mode4 Full power & air condo Best offer
I' HOle7 WULO4 Z5 Appllaura II Faraltn. front of lot 95' x 200' at 115 N. E. 372.3617 or 372-0989. SlashedMaking $39; refrigerators $25; sofabed good condition. Call 376-0854 over 51400 or trade' for smallercar.
after 5:00 P.M. VW 43 or later.
9 St. Price $15.500 net. Can be! and chair. $29; sofabed $19
I llfllll IRIII"IIIIIIIIt mlllunullnlnIIUllllllJllilllll financed. FR 6-4436. 46 Unfurnished Aprs. way for one of Florida's new platform rockers, $12.95. Call 376-7970 _
most complete office machine CADILLAC 19S5 red convertible balance 1962 Chevrolet
Call Williams Service Center ASSUME
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole ONE rushed.house.Income 3 units.$2700 completely year. NW ONE BEDROOM Duplex Apartment, companies. Hawthorne Rd. 372.:3937. fully powered with new top. $300, Impala, 2 dr. hardtop excellent. 'til 9 p.m. Thurs.
asking S1S,000. Phone, Kitchen furnished Clean nice See at Tenneco Stat. corner of Condition: Call JoneS 37 -5M> __
$14400 2 BR home for $12.950 if BLACK FR 6-3825. neighborhood. 734 NE 9th St. $60. NEW AND USED TWIN mattresses and box springs S. Main & 4th Ave.
$ equity $ .611 paid in ACRESPRICED Adding machines 3 snack tables, 2 curtains. Ii
cash. or Available now. FR 22839. calculators type pair S? TR-3. gray overdrive/ $1,000. 87 Automobiles Wonter
$500 down & second mort. Mo. TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adjoining writers portable and standard 1 arm chair and hassock dinette Phone 372-064. 15
pay. fir? mort. $75. second $30. bedrooms. 2 baths. hardwood rental property. 200 ft. 2 BR unfurn. apt. 216 SE 9th St.. cash registers and check pro- set Including 4 chairs and table 19>>5 Fords
block N.E. 3rd kitchen equipped. Married CARS WANTED
frontage. 300 couples -
Almost floors central tectors.
new tg. living rm & heat air-cond.. with leaf Call 372-1830
units electric Ave. Will sell together or sepa children 1 pets welcome. $45 I & Chevrolets. Al Hemdon Servo
dining floors Gen.rm, til Elec.. .th.>> equipped terrazzo kit. Lot r.V x 120' range with shade and drapes.trees. rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR J4752 per mo. plus UtiL Contact M. L. FR 2-0943 2727 NW 6th St. I STEREO REK<)Kut turntable with i ice Station. 916 SE 4th St.

f ample closet 3125 W. Univ. Av. FR 6427.. Shea 372-4353 or 316-2763 evenings. new cartridge. perfect condition MELTON CARS SOLD
space. screened REFINISHED solid
12 x 20 porch, NW. Section. NORTHEAST Section close to 42 Farms & Acreage 5 ROOM, bath, refrig.. & stove, round table. Blond drop leaf table $50.FR -4728.1825. N.W. 7th St. Phone I FOR THE CORRECT

S1&-667.C. schools, for sale by owner. 2 BR, 109 SE 4th Ave. Adults no pets. & 4 chairs. Reupholstered MOTORS TIME
built-Ins. Ig landscaped lot. 1515 80 with nice home. $60 per mo. Water turn. Phone trailer sofa bed. Single hollywood STUDY desk. S10; extra long dou- a I
NE 6th Ter Call for appoint- acres 3724421 or 3721433. beds chests wash stands, slant ble bed with frame. $50; end 60
Price SlashedThe ment FR 28429 or FR 47524 70 Brick acres farm perm.home.pasture. front desk, other household Items. tables, $10 ea; 9 x 12' rug, $7 50; 703 N. Main St. FR 2-1411 j
Nearly Nu Furniture Shop. 316 1825 NW 7th St. Phone 376-
3 Smith Realtor 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
BEDROOM frame home on I Call Gladys FR 6-7571
owner of this lovely 3 bedroom 3725393 N W. 8th Ave. 376-4892. 472$. Courtesy Of
2 bath double lot. Fairbanks small I 122 W. University
>> masonry home Is READY '
down payment. J50 month. Immediate 2 BR, CB home, turn., on Swan SEWING MACHINE University Chevrolet MORE
you want I home 7 Y.t acres I 10 miles) out. Lake. Avail. Sept.. s&5 per Mo. 70 Boats-Marine Equip. TO
with a central heating system Sale. FR 2.5469. 1964 Automatic twin needle rig zag Ave.
1 built-in oven and range family $2000 cash Call for appt.. FR 28352 or GR in new cabinet. Makes button Value Rated N. Main St. at 16th
a room. laundry room carport. 3 BR. 1 bath stove, retrig.. screened S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. 5-5720 Melrose. holes overcast applique sat in 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with CHOOSEFROM

1 larg corner lot located In the porch paid pool membership. 4722000 Newberry, Fla. STUDENTS 10 room turn house stitch. fancy designs mends etc. trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235,

F NW SECTION CALL US $600 2510 equity NE 10th, assume Ter. Phone$83 mo 372-0649.pmts. WANT TO RAISE DOGS or What for rent, newly decorated, 9 $6 per month. Balance 572. Mi 3911 N. W. 7th St. Used Cars '
NOWI THIS ATTRACTIVE HOMEI have you. 5 acres 6 mi. out livable single beds standing now. Lease ke"'s!) Sewing Machine Service Co 15* runabout & trailer, hydroplane AT
MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 3 BR, 1 bath CCB carport util. house. Dead end road. Reasonable required. 1404 N. W. 5th Ave I 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. bottom, perfect condition. $250. B&G MOTOR CO. PAINT

I, PRICE CUT FROM $18,000 rim, patio. Payments $69.75 per for cash. 4A6-3130 Call 495-2375, Archer. I NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers 3305 Hawthorne Rd., Ph. FR 4-
to tUJOO OHL y.$1.000 DOWN- .
mo. $4 268. :3 miles from Cadillac Oldsmobile
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILLIE Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376- 160 ACRES cleared modem 3 bedroom FOR RENT 2 BR house In High edgers tampers, light 2455. JOB WholesalePrices
allotment, plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs 2001 NW 13th St.
REFUSED home, tobacco Springs partly turn. $50, completely FEATHERCRAFT 14' runabout,
barn tractor and equipment. utility furn. $55. Mrs. Horace LInch.454IIJ.C & Stratton new and used mo elec. starting 25 hp. motor &
9615.GLADYS sheds, some pasture. $34,000 tors. Rental sales and service trailer. $350. 3171 NW 12th Ter.
John Merrill $7.200 down balance over 20 Meyers Power Tools. 23fl NE Ph. 376-6507.
TWO bedroom 1 bath house. $100 16th Ave. Phone 374-3411. GAINESVILLEAUTO
years. per mo. 308 SE 71st St. phone 16' ft. ZimmeU overnighter with $3995At

Realtor SMITH FORDYCE 8. ASSOCIATES INC. after 3.00 P.M. FR 2-8949 TRADE ELECTRIC your water costly heater to operate and canvass motor Gator top, 25 trailer H. P.with electric new SALES

MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR $43 for a new glasslined GAS
FR 1007 N. Main St.
tires. 6-6961.
PHONE 3721494Associates 372-5393 926 W. Univ. 374-12M I 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. water heater. Much more hot
: I water at about half the cost with U' NEWSOME fiberglass 40 h.p. Phone FR 2.6313 1964
Marcella Pardi 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy 14 acres N. W. 39th Ave. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE elec. start motor, good trailer, TRIUMPH
THREE Irg. bedrooms 2 bath, Northcentrol FIoifd&sLargest HAWESPOWERSBODY
W. H. Buckhannan Lake plus the luxury of true 12 acres N W TR
con 7'4 acres S. W. S74SO hardwood floors, N. W. Section. ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. new top & battery. Bargain $500. 4, Wire Wheels,
temporary living. This architect-
Phone FR 21265. Swan Lake, GR 5-2351. SHOP Heater
ADVERTISE IN THE designed home features modern 20 acres N. W. 5800 DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE DIRECTORY kitchen with Mexican tile counter. 230 acres within 5 ml. of city ot SMALL clean house tile bath, couple Chairs. low as $8. No money U' Zimmel 35 H. P. electric start Independent Dealer 611 S.W. 3rd St. I Was $2895 Is $2667

Screened courtyard. entry court. Gainesville $300.00 per acre. or with one child. $45 mOo down, low as $5 per month. Evinrude boat cover top, trailer 1964 FORD
and porch. Living room with 30 Call Mary Moellcr. Realtor 525 S. E. 4th Ave. FR 2-8620 Free estimates pickup and delivery accessories $400 FR 6-8848 FR 20538CRANE 4-
NOW RENTING foot stone fireplace wall. Separate 1019_W. UNIVERSITY FR -X71 or FR 2-4379. service. All work guaran- dining room. Many built.Ins and teed. Phone 374-7784. AT, R&H
72 Office Equipment BARKLEYMOTORS -
TWO BR. 1 bath kitchen equipped, .
NEW bookshelves. This Is a home to 43 Colored Property -- Was $3095 Is $2887 \
be cherished. TV antenna. $90 per mOo No pets. AIR CONDITIONER for sale. 9600
t Furnished one bedroom air conditioned Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph. BTU 220 Volt reasonablebuy. 1964 HILLMANSuper

apartment Ready for HOMES F-ORSALE.Southeast 14th I 376-5987. Excellent condition., Call FR Prices SlashedMaking Minx, AT,
occupancy August 15th and GLADYS SMITH 2 and 3 bedrooms 2-0684 after 5.
September 1st. St. & 7th Ave. Small down payment 3 BR 1 bath home, SW section. No way for one of Florida's RAN white walls.
1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372-9569 REALTOR monthly payments $57 to students. For appt. call 3725633. REFRIGERATOR full size Westinghouse most complete office mach Inc "IN THE AUTO GAME- Was $19) Is $1688
US. Also homes built on your with freezer compart- companies. BARKLEY'S THE NAME" LINCOLN MERCURY 1964
Coy Thomas 122S W. University 3725393 Phone FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. houseIn CONSULEnglish
lot with no down payment. ment. $40 1825 NW. 7th St.
2201 N. Main St.
Alachua $12.50 per week. Call
FR 2-4125. Phone FR 6-4728. NEW AND USED Ford Jdr
--- --. I TOMMY RIDGELL Builder E. D. Floyd at 4421871 or 462- FR 2.4373 59 BUICK Convertible R&H.
machines, calculators,
& T'V Adding type-
1579 antennas.
anytime.UNFURNISHED S3 single stack $7 '
RENTALS double stack, S13.00 complete kit. writers, cash registers and check 62 CHEVROLET Wn $1695 Is $1567
43-1 2 bedroom home. Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. protectors.FR 4 door. Hardtop 1963 MG
$110 per mo. Call 376-766.

COLORED NOW RENTING 3 BR, 1 bath complete kitchen, Now Specializing in Ladies' Better 2-0963 2727 NW tth St. VOLKSWAGENMILLER '61 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Midget. Radio.
Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 heater
modern 2 BR duplex near schools and shopping center. '61 CHEVROLET
COLORED ultra through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional
73 Musical Merchandise Was $1895
and For information call Manaro'sRestaurant. Is 51678
large Values.
apartments FR 2-4690. DIXIE MILLS SUPER Convertible
dining area, modem kitchen with DISCOUNTS. 19 SW. 1st Avenue 1963 MERCURY4dr.
RENTALS fan. large storage closets terrazzo 2 BR unfurn. house, 4431 NW 13th REPOSSESSED ORGAN '61 COMET 4 door sedan PAIl
floors tile baths, space heat St. stove, refrlg. & heater furn. Baldwin Spinet organ with tone '
TWO horse tandem horse trailer 62 COMET 4 door AT. PS, PB
er and hot water heater. faclll $70 per month. Call FR 4-2641. cabinet. Also used B 3 Hammond 19
BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW ties for washing machines, and FR 4-2930 ask for Mr. Haynes. electric brakes saddle compart- 2-41 note manuals, 25 note '63 COMET 4 door Was $2695 Is S2343
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th ment, rubber mats on floors. pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A 1963 OLDSMOBILE
Ter. or call for appointment 372- TWO BR, 1 bath stone and concrete Price $500. 372-2547. real bargain. Gridley Music ?) '64 COMET Convertible

UNDER CONSTRUCTION 5321 or 372-5372 house. Freshly painted WE WANT TO buy late model used Co. Gainesville Shopping Center. BROWN Super 88,
wills Inlaid oak floors !g. shady refrigerators. Exceptionally High FR 25353. : 60 DODGE Loaded.

44 Cottages, for Rent yard. No children or pets. trade-ins now given. WILL transfer to responsible party 1030 E. Univ. maa '63 ENGLISH FORD Was $3295 Is $3074
321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR -.303S.I WILSON'S EXCHANGE choice of four spinet or console FR 2-3582 Anglia 1963 PONTIAC2door

2 t BR house Lake Santa Fe private I I FIVE room house for rent kitchen 111 SE. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- ,
dock A. boat. Call 37 -3261. oxt. I furn. shady yard $55 per mo Sheer Spinet Piano trade back, '62 FALCON 2 door hardtop
2523. 819 SE 5th Ave. Inquire at 1025 CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew save 1220. Wurlitzer Organ with loaded.
NE 3rd Ave. 6-6703. and Used $60 sound & motion. pick up payments 60 FALCON 4 door Was $2995 l. 2787
RENT modern furnished cottages Complete line of photo supplies we have a piano to fit 1964 '
on Lake Santa F* by week or 3 BR. 1 bath $150. also 3 BR, 2 FULLER'S FOTO INC. any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., I 61 FALCON 4 door 1963 VALIANT

season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. bath>> house, central heat S air. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. '61 FIAT 2 door 4-door V-100. R&H
eond $175 per mo FR 4-3401 ST
1 BEDROOM cottage on Swan I '
Rent $25 week 61 FORD 4 door Was $1645 Is
furnished. $1446
Mil Lake 8352 Sept.or GR. then 5- 220.$45 Melrose Mo. FR 2- 49 Rooms For Rent : i GLOSE-OUTS NEW and FORD J '63 FORD 4 door 1963 FORD

LARGE corner room, adjoining private '63 MERCURY Station Wagon air.

45 Furnished Apt. bath and entrance, maid and USED GOLF CLUBS : Breezeway .-dr.. R&H AT
linens 2 working girls or 2 busI- *
Was t49 N
ness men. Can be seen at 116 MERCURY
STUDENTS. 1 bedroom fur. NEW 1963 SALE 57
Two N.W. 2nd Sf.ATTENTION : reg. 1963 CHRYSLER
nished apartments. Utilities furnished CLEARANCE Hardtop
except gas. :3 blocks from MALE STUDENTS. Louise Suggs MacGregor irons $155 $11O '62 METRO 30C

square. S607S Month. CALL double rooms at reasonable rates. Marilyn Smith Kro-Flire irons 115
85 2door. R&H, PS,
ONLY AFTER 9 P.M. 373-0481. kitchen llv. room maid serv '63 METRO

0 S Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan LARGE 1 BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. Ice included. FR 2-2726. Golfcraft Mangrum irons . 155 110 PB AT.
t e Large living dining area :, Double compartment sink after 5 P.M. weekdays. No single LARGE room for men for 59 OLDMOBILE Was $2995 N S2747
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds students please. single or double, access to showers ren. Burke Woods . . . 104 60 SALE I '61 OLDS F85 1963 OLDSMOBILE

Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills ONE & TWO bedroom trailers and refrigerator. Phone FR Golfcraft Mangrum woods . 104 85 F85 Jet Fire.
Tiled tub and showersLarge Large lawn with grass and 63 PEUGEOT
water furnished. No pets. Phone 2-1981 or 3721185. 416 N.E. 2nd Loaded 2-door
closets double sliding door Insulated shrubbery Attic FR 25433. Ave. Wilson Staff woods . . 1C4 85 '63 PLYMOUTH hardtop

Linen Closets a S Close to school and bus stop NICELY furnished convenient NICE downstairs corner room, close Refinished Wilson Staff woods 78 60 Stotion Wagon Was *2R9* I, 2747

SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OP INTERIOR COLORSTO downtown area. $75. Adults only, in, off street parking, antenna Used 1962 Spalding Executive SHAW '62 STUDEBAKER 1963 CHEVROLET'
BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music furn. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. 3722582 i I
Store. irons & woods sold Air Conditioned 2-door, hard'oo AT
appointment call 372-5321 or 3275322Take STUDENTS furnished room private as R&H. PS PB
Call us for the rental you need entrance. Share bath. $11 weekor '63
set new $284 . NOW $140. VOLKSWAGEN Was
northit tth eve. to northeast 24th terrace turn left I block. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. $40 month. 372-0481 after 9 D.m. Is $2466

9" W. Unlv.REALTORS 37&-1234 NICE large room close In. private Used 1962 Ladies Spolding & 62 VOLKSWAGEN 1963 FIAT

entrance 204 NE 5th Ave. irons & woods sold Station Wagon 1100 Sedan. 4 door,
I Phone FR 6-C26& as R&H

1' set new $260 . . NOW $140 W395 Is $1119
53 Office-Desk KEETER
Space I
SERVICESHome The following are made up sets CRANELINCOLN 1953 CHEVROLET4door.
OFFICE space for renl including hardtoo, ps.
central heating, air conditionIng complete with golf bag: PB, R&H, AT

lot.,111 utilities SW Third and private St. parking 1 set Bob Hagey . . $37.50 238 W. University MERCURY Was $25;' Is $2334

516 South Main St. I 1963 MG

And BusinessPlumbing 54 Business Rentals 1 set by Spalding . . 35.00 Phone FR 6-5371 FR 6-2425 I 1100 Sedan, I-door,

EXCELLENT location building for 1 set by MacGregor . 75.00 I Was $1695 R&H. It $1557
rent 1228 W. University. 3725393.Gladys --- _.
-- -- ------__ .,.
I 1 Wilson -=-= -c -c
125.00 -
Smith Realty set by . .. I 1963 RENAULT

FOR LEASE 1 set by Walter Hagen . 35.00 R-t, RAft
BookkeepingGENERAL <
Modem Downtown air condo location suit, near of offices.court 1 set by Golfcraft . . 125.00 5% & 5% H I Was $1495 I, sun

SEWER INSTALLEDNEW house and federal building. Ph. 1963 CHEVROLET

and financial Bookkeeping statements operating S. used fixtures complete 372-7943 or 4-0817. 1 set by Hagen . . 65.00 Impela
payroll station
wagen -
records. State and Federal tax plumbing service "BIG" JIM STORE building,' 20 X 30 ft. available
returns. : HUGULEY Gainesville Plum at 620 S. Main. $50 per- 1 set Patty Berg, left hand 60.00 I II Loaded.
_.!::9f.21S9.. W.( $3 95 N 9Xft4
FEDERAL BOOKKEEPING & mo. Call John Merrill. Realtor.FR .
TAX SERVICE UpholsterylIPHOLSTER 2-1494 1 set by Wilson . . 145.00 SALENOW 1963 PLYMOUTHSport

1251 NW 4th Ave. 37}.1H1 SMALL warehouse with platform tor Fury 2-'lr..
trucks loading a> unloading in CALL PRO SHOP I hardtop: 343 Engine,
your furniture al city limits. 1132 S. Main St. AT R&H
reasonable prices. Call Sally _Phone 372-8433 or 37l>-4173.
BulldozingSMALL Experienced. FR 8M.> ,Q4 372-0961 GOING ON w.. "tQ |, $2474

N. W 13th Ter.RemoJi'ling. 1963 FIAT'
bulldozer loader, Clump 56 Business Opportunities

trucks fill dirt, lime rock. Topsoil .. 400-D. 2-door
Phone 377t4. CORNER GROCERY. Duo to III sedan.

health, long established profitable -. : Gainesville's newest and most ATRIDGWAY Was $9 >5 I, 8n
LandscapingLANDSCAPE DO YOU NEED. Florida room extra grocery for sale at less than luxurious
apartment building. .. 1963
room more room. roof work, assessed for taxes. Our loss can SUNBEAMAlpine.
or maybe a complete new home? be your gain. See at 1203 NN L Radio,
Crass-Sod-Garden SERVICE For a free estimate tt guaranteed 5th Ave.MONEY : LAKESHORETOWERS. MOTOR CO. heater.W. .
work phone C.
MAKER New business. ., t7o* i
of all kInds.CREvASSE'S $1997
Appliance Repair & NURSERY Waters. 3728049.EXPERIENCED. Good location tear hopping : 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 1963 VOLVo

Air Conditioning Landscape Co. CARPENTERPaint Center.
FR a-iru for frr estimate and repair lobs pertormed by Call Gladys Smith Realtor P1808 ElectrIc' over-

carpenter who loves his trade. I 1228 W. University 372-5393 NOW LEASING drv*. Air
W,. t'n .
HANDYMAN SHOP Lawnmower Service CALL FR 6.4907 I i. i99 C

. 61 Wanted 1963
to Buy
In air
First conditioning and Appliance
repairs. W* sell guaranteed F l_ Lawnmower Shop few fast and Sewing Machine RepolrsCALLSEI'fING V'700, 4loor |"' .fI,
washers refrigerators *lc. dependable service, 10S S. W. 4O'EleciriC stove. Must be in good CLEARANCE SALE AT
1 R&H.
I FR 0-0267.. 2nd Ave. We sharpen knives. scissors condition. Reasonably priced. Ph. '
and repair small electric MACHINE *ERI.VICE FR 4-494&. 41- Inw I, $178f:
_ motors. CO. <15 W. University
l Auto Gloss Ave. 376-107S. We repair all CASH for your used appliances, 1962 BUICK
MattM Work fully guaranteed furniture clothing etc. Call Williams 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s 4-door

AUTO CLASS U our only busi Sun Want Ads Rrf 372-3937 Service Center Hawthorne CONVERTIBLES SEDANS WAGONS Loaded.
ness. Immediate Installation} TELEVISION Wa5 5'-O'\; Is S233ic;

free pickup .. delivery. Add HARDTOPS
64 Household Good
'beauty .. value to your car. Get Results PICTURE TuBE Repair SpeciaL $I
i MAULDIN'S AUTO CLASS CO.l.323 per Inch plus $10 to Install most 1964
NW 6th St. FR 4-25SS. tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special KENMORE AUTOMATIC. Washes
Reconditioned TVs from St.f S. well. $30. If Interested. call
: Auto THE VARIETY STORE FR 25C35. 621 N. W. 34th Ter FIAT
Equipment'HYDRAULIC Mortgage BrokerMOkTGAGE Your Own Deal"TAKEFACTORY
1 S.E. 1st Ave. race. Allen Hayes. "Figure
4 Technician's with 14 years experience .
JACKS rebuilt & MONEY on all makes. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested 1100

exchanged Repair kits for 2l"v* ari.cont Interest. Terms to /'. and Guaranteed LABEL PRiCE. $000.00 I
Walker Jacks. Factory authorUed QUALITY T.v. ANTENNA SALES 42 Refrigerators from S3* up SEDAN
walker Hydraulic Jack BUY BUILD REFINANCE i SERVICEAll Ranges from $39 up
. Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Call Channel Antenna Kit S14- S 17 Washer from Sit up LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: DEDUCT 10 % 000.00 30 M.P.G.

. SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. Don Byrd Ph. 376-3815 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE I Dryers from $49 ug Swimming Pod Recreation Room
Main' PB 21197Appraisal 2
FHA and conventional at lowest 4JU N. W lOtti Ph. :375-3177 2 Food-Freezers Dishwashers from from$49$99 up up Acres ef Picnic Grounds Central Heat YOUR PRICE. $0,0000 $1695

Service current rates. Terms to 23 WINDOW CLEANING ID TV Sets from $35 up Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities .
years. Will gladly' discus at no JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE co.
Storage Lockers Garba Chute
FREDLARNOLD obligation. Call tomorrow. WINDOW cleaned floors cleanedand 419 NW im Ave.Ph. 372-5303
S Paved Parking Area lighted Sidewalks
REALTOR waxedhouses washed 10 USED
31 N. Main St. PR. FR 2-1494 yrs. experience. Free estImates.Ptio.s. Maytag automatic washer 3 Elevators Include Full Factory
, FRED B. ARNOLD 25750.Sun
t21 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522


Sun Want Ads GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Building at (24 Hour Service) I I MOTORS

and conventional loans. Low 229 W. UNIV. AVE. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY POOIE-GABLE""

It II Get Results ,-W.rates.Unlv Ttrms Ave. to S75S3W.25 year*, 1221 Get Results Next Door to Florid !' 2306 S.W. 13th ST.U.S.. HWY. 441 2201 N. Wain St.

F. **. A. Cony. Loan Theatre. Open Til 9.p.m.

.. FORDYCE f2t W. REALTORS ft ASSOCIATES.. INC PHONE 372-0440 Butler Bros. BUILDERS 119S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE372.4343 I Sun.! 'Til 6 p.m.CLASSIFICATION .

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