Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00172
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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 13, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00172
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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$8 Million LBJ AND BARRY BEGIN- .., I

For Fla. In The Trigger Happy' FeudVIET I


(AP) The antipoverty bill Congresshas NAM COPTER BLOW A FLOP VietNam

sent to President Johnson would authorize payment

during the first year of more than $8 million for projectsin
Florida, Rep. Sam Gibbons, D-Fla., said today. SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) Vietnamese troops, ferried into the However, they met almost no resistance in moving through the CrisisIs
The assistance would be for those programs in which jungle in a giant helicopter operation had hoped to launch today a dense jungle area. The enemy camps were evacuated and burned.
funds are specifically allocatedto battle against a concentration of Communist Viet Cong. They found Four guerrilla bodies and several rifles were found.

states. Considerably more no set formula for allocations, two deserted enemy camps. The troops had hoped to trap a mass of 2,000 to 3,000 Viet Cong.

would be available to Florida he said. Some 100 helicopters blasted Communist positions Wednesday The arilift, which involved every available helicopter in the CitedBy

from other programs that have President Johnson is expectedto and airlifted 1,000 troops 30 miles northwest of Saigon in the war's southern half of the country, resulted in the death of a U. S. pilot

sign the bill shortly. Congressthen biggest airborne operation. Government forces anticipated a drive shot by a Communist 50-cauber machine gun. Two other Americans

Foreign Aid will be asked to appropriate against the Communists expected to last several days. and Vietnamese were wounded, the government said today. HARRY KELLY

money to put the program WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
into effect. Barry Goldwater says President
r"S Johnson has shot down
Bill May Gibbons, a freshman con- i
campaign issue the charge
gressman from Tampa, is a
member of the House Labor Goldwater is trigger happy.

ClealFloor and Education Committee which The Republican presidential

approved the bill originally. It nominee said the orders to the

WASHINGTON (AP) Sen- was the first measure to bear 7th Fleet in last week's North

nate leaders have worked out a the personal imprint of Presi- Vietnamese crisis could have
compromise on a legislative den Johnson and it was report- been interpreted to mean the
reapportionment amendmentand edly at the top of his "must" President was authorizing the
legislation.The a. :' use of nuclear arms.
hope it clears the way for
passage of the foreign aid authorization measure, which would Ny The administration fired back
bill. authorize appropriation of $947.5 ;A ,' with a statement from Secre- I
%. /y ._t. tary of State Dean Rusk and
million for the first is de I
Action on the $3.3-billion for- year _"'' "
signed to get jobless youths off -
eign aid measure has been ,
the street and into jobs to help Additional political i
bogged down in dispute over the
poor farm families and to aid Y stories
reapportionment issue, threat- on Page 11.
local communities in o.
ening to kill any chance for programs to improve health, -55 saaS ... I
congressional adjournment be- hospital and housing conditions.The S Secretary of Defense Robert S.
fore the opening of the Demo- McNamara that "Sen. Goldwa- i
cratic National Convention Aug. Community Action Pro- ter's interpretation is both

24 in Atlantic City. gram antipoverty calls for programs the developmentof at the T: unjustified and irresponsible." I
The controversy
compromise amendmentwas local level. Florida would be allocated began
introduced Wednesday Wednesday at Goldwater's
$5,435,000 for this.
night by Republican leader "It seems to me," Gibbons y Ca : press conference at Hershey, I
Everett M. Dirksen with Democratic told a reporter, "That the com- '. ""'" Pa., where Republican leaders

leader Mike Mansfieldas munity action programs are the $j Ht11 .. $,-- .,,,,' had gathered for a unity summit
<< if.-f.t
'' ,, conference.
a They ham- ';.. tfj \J.. 7 -
cosponsor. answer to the complaints about o .. nm'f.1': .
mered it out in cooperation with over centralized planning and I .' '/'" a ? -.;;'*-' 'f, '+ > Goldwater also said he was

. top Justice Department aides.It over-centralized direction of a 1<.m.. _....::....._ -vm-41...... !; : far from satisfied with the President's -
provides for delaying court- program. actions in Southeast Asia
ordered reapportionment of "Conditions will vary greatly Going Once Twice and added "if the President will
continue to listen
state legislative seats to allowa from community to communityand to me, take
reasonable for About 130 camera buffs were on hand when sheriff's deputies began to auction stocks from the bankrupt C & B my advice, we'll have less trou-
opportunity also within a community
; store in the courthouse The auction continued and will into ble."
camera supply county yesterday. apparently run
state action "in the absence of therefore community action
highly unusual circumstances" will be extremely varied and tomorrow. Bidders carried away cameras, accessories and supplies at prices mostly averaging about 30 per cent In a New York speech to the
will embrace, in some cases- of retail list. C & B used to be located at 1021 W. University Ave. A ,new camera store now has the location. American Bar Association

all of the community and in (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) Wednesday, Johnson said the
Child Survives U.S. course in Southeast Asia
all of the
. some cases, commu-
nity and\ in other cases, only a Waldo will not be diverted by political
Trip in Sewer portion." Bold Train Robber Escape Road attacks at home. He said it has
been the
Florida also would receive never policy of an

WILLIMANTIC, Conn. (AP) $1,873,000 for the college level Murder Due American President "to syste-

Mrs. Leo Racette watched in work-study program and $753,* (See POLITICS on Page 2)
horror as her 9-year-old daughter 000 for the basic adult educa- Linked to World SyndicateFrom

Rita stepped from their tion program, Gibbons said. Jury StudyEvidence
stalled automobile and fell into These funds along with the I RELATED STORY JNuclear

swirling water that flooded the community action allocations, Press Dispatches nals, visited scores of addressesand $840,000 has been recovered. y J
against a couple -
street. must be met by local interestson LON DON An under- combed through the known Wednesday morning at about and another man young charged
Before anyone could help, a 90-10 basis. haunts of the man who may
world syndicate known as the 3:15: a.m., Wilson was freed with murdering Gainesville
Rita had been down Of million author- have the secret of $6 million in
swept a the $947.5 his
from cell
Freedom Fixers was credited by confederateswho storekeeper R. T. (Uncle Jack)
storm drain into a sewer. The ized for the antipoverty pro- today with whisking Charles his possession. had broken into one of Culpepper last April 2 will be

onrushing rain waters carried gram, $412,500,000 would be for Frederick Wilson out of prison Wilson was sentenced to 30 Britain's maximum security placed before the Alachua Coun- Blow 'NotAuthorized'
her 75 feet underground and into the aid of unemployed youths and adding another footnote to years in jail last April when he jails, Wmson Green Prison near ty grand jury Sept. 2.
the Willimantic River. through the job corps camps the great train robbery. stood trial with 11 other men for Birmingham.The .
Three men saw the girl and and residential training centers, staging the biggest cash grab in escape gang thought to State Atty. Ted Duncan said
two jumped in while the third work study, programs and work Wilson 32, history the raid on the Glas- be three men, had scaled an the jury also will conside evidence
married and the father of three
held out a stick from the bank. training programs. gow-London mail train one in two other murder cases
year outside wall battered a prison
the most wanted WASHINGTON (AP) White
daughters was -
Together they managed to Gibbons said Florida would be
get and five days ago. The robbers guard into unconsciousness, un- when it is recalled. House
man in Britain, sought across press secretary George
the child to land. eligible to participate in these
got away with $7,280,000. Only (See ESCAPE on Page 2))
the nation and in of Reedy said President
"God was good to us," said and other programs under the many parts Culpepper was shot down at
Rita's father Wednesday night bill but the amount of money to the world through the Interpol his store in the 1700 block, N. Johnson has not authorized use
after she was back safe and be available for the state will police network. Waldo Rd., April 29. of nuclear weapons in Viet
sound at their home in Spring- be determined later when pro Police clamped a close watchon Precarious Peace Nam.
field, Mass. jects are developed. British ports and air termi- Police Chief W. D. Joiner said Reedy said this in reply to a
the shooting apparently resulted barrage of questions resulting

Prevails in from a robbery attempt. from remarks of Republican
CyprusNICOSIA presidential nominee Barry

a., ... :aO Robert Joiner, 22, Chipley, is Goldwater Wednesday that
charged with murder in the Johnson's orders to the 7th
Cyprus (AP- ing a ring of steel around Kokki
4 a case. He appeared at Alachua
r S. Fleet to retaliate against attacking .
Chances for peace on Cyprus na and U.N. observers fear renewed General Hospital shortly after
Vietnamese PT
were so precariously balanced clashes. Culpepper was shot with a ser-
___ today that U.N. officials fearedan Greek Cypriots vented their ious chest bullet wound. boats could be interpreted to
insult shouted across no- rage and frustration Wednesday mean the commanderinchiefhad
4 man's land could shatter the by turning angrily on the United John Scott Dampier, 21, and authorized use of nuclear
his 17-year-old wife, Connie Louise -
truce. States and Britain whom arms.
rS they Dampier, both of Starke, al-
r Secretary of State
accuse of ,in Dean Rusk
And in Nicosia, emboldened siding with Turkey so are charged in the case.
and of
Turkish Cypriots have been the dispute.See Secretary Defense Rob-
screaming insults across the ( CYPRUS on Page 2) (See MURDER on Page 2)) ert S. McNamara denouncedthis
sandbagged "green line" that as unjustified and irrespon-
LIG divides them from the Greek sible. And Reedy followed up today

Cypriot sector. Zsa Zsa the Warpath when asked whether the
on ; specific orders to the fleet were
:The Turkish Cypriot minority available.

3 Fa; appears convinced the threat of Even Hall "Well, I don't want to engageIn
renewed Turkish air strikes restrains May Fight City
Greek Cypriots from any any debate with Sen. Goldwater
in the matter," the
u ground attack. LOS ANGELES (AP) "I'ma ing and Safety Commission."We press
secretary said. "We
a Turkey called off its reconnaissance Hungarian freedom fighter," were going to use the have looked over all the statements
: flights over the island shouted Zsa Zsa Gabor, "and chimneys and pool. the President has made
"'x \ Wednesday in response to a U.N. I'm going to fight." But the city, after grantingthe and all of the
appeal but warned it would not Looking beautifully ferocious, extensions, let a $2,780 con- supporting pa

'. hesitate to strike if the cease- Zsa Zsa stormed the City Hall tract to have the property pers.
"We know of
nothing in these
cleared last
fire collapses.In Wednesday.Why Tuesday.
the northwest corner of the she demanded, had the "They did it In two hours," statements or in any of the sup-

the island, Turk Cypriots mannedthe city torn down her three chim- said Zsa Zsa. "I wish I got paid porting papers that would be
Answering QuestionsPeggy relevant to nuclear weapons or
tiny pocket of Kokkina, into neys and filled her Olympic-size $2,800 for two hours work. that would authorize the of
driven by swimming pool with sand? She said the city owes her $20- use
Peggy (left), a graduate student, and Dr. Arnold Wirtala (right), as- which Greek they were before the week- "They didn't tell me aboutit 000 and added that she was nuclear weapons, and we wouldbe
sistant dean of men, ran into some tough questions last night from Gainesville fresh- Cypriots ," said Zsa Zsa. "I was in Eu- going to sue. very much interested in
men Susan Hart, Carolyn Fogle and John Farris at an alumni-sponsored "TV re end cease fire. the rope." She was even mad at her lawyer knowing what is being referredto.
ception." (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) Despite the aerial is threat maintainWHERE The chimneys and pool were Paul Caruso, when he ."
Nicosia government
all that remained of her $l-mfl- showed up late. And he said "That's right," in

r lion hilltop mansion in the plush Later, she told newsmen: "I answer to another question
Freshmen View UF HistoryTwo TOFIND Bel Air section of Los Angeles worked hard for what I have. I whether the President "must
after a disastrous brush fire lost $1 million when that house authorize each use of nuclear

v swept the area in 1961. burned, and it wasn't insured. I weapons."
color TV sets glowed Lion for a TV showing of a UF frosh and parents questioned a IT The City Department of Build- had paid the city $500,000 in tax- "The President has not au-
warmly last night in the circular documentary film called "A panel of four UF students about ing and Safety said it had given es on that property, and not a thorized the use of nuclear
reception room of the University Miracle on 13th Street. life on the UF campus. Comics . . .22 Zsa Zsa three orders since last single fireman showed up whenit weapons in Viet Nam?" a reporter -

of Florida Faculty Club. The film, narrated by Florida Dean of Men Frank T. Adams, Classified . 25-28 February to have her property was burning. Not one. inquired.
Watching were Alachua Coun- Supreme Court Justice Stephen president of the Alachua Alumni Entertainment.24 cleared. The pool and chimneys "I'm not going to let them do "No" Reedy said.

ty students who will be fresh- O'Connell, traced the develop Club, and Dr. Arnold Wirtala Obituaries . 2 "endangered life and property this to me now even if I haveto Told that Goldwater had used
men at the University of Florida ment of the UF since it moved his assistant handled the Opinion Page . 6 said the city. start studying law to stop the phrase, "use of whatever
this fall and their parents. here from Lake City in 1905. program..Several other deans Sports . . .15-19 "I have hired architect Paul them. weapons are necessary," Reedy
They were guests of the Ala- Following the 30-minute film, and faculty members were on Women's . .12, 13 Williams to design new house "They're going to hear more said "I find no language rely
ehua County Alumni Associa- telecast from Jacksonville, theY hand to aniwet questions. for me*" Zsa Zsa told'the Build- of Hungarian mind." vant to such a statement."

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2 Gainesville Sun Thursdoy. August 13, 1964Red ,

China I Weather Roundup, I Tobacco MarketHIGH I I

Plallning'Maneuvers' Ai. ti SPRINGS Sales on the 28 markets on the Georgia-' I

...uIU _MAl B 1R. 1 the High ,,Springs flue -' cured Florida flue cured toabacco {
.CJN : tobacco market yesterday pushed belt.

.. woaone d? ara : season totals up to 3,015,984 Average price by grades II
pounds sold for ($1,750,544an; I
TOKYO (AP) Communist i showed little change. Principal
ZONES ........: average' of 58.04 cents a poundfor consisted of to Y II
China announced today it is offerings poor t :
A Partly cloudy with widely sut- ...
conducting "large scale military ered thundershowers this afternoon tonight the season. fair quality leaf, fair lugs and .a.,, .; .. I
Friday. No Important temperature Sales yesterday totaled 294- .
maneuvers" in provinces changes. Lowest tonight 68 to nondescript.The .
76. Highest Friday 83 to 92. Variable uw.' Waw 333 pounds for $171,662. The av- .' ,
Nam and Nationalist sa wr '
facing North Viet winds 8 to 16 miles per hour. K s Federal State Market ;
s received was 58.32 'a
price .
China. i erage ''a... e ;.'ix F I
B, C, D: Partly! cloudy E G cents. News Service said Wednesday .

Peking Radio, in a Japanese with scattered thundershowers a NNNN Through Tuesday, 15,186,678 that selected baskets of tabacco x al .. I

I guage broadcast monitored through Friday. Low tonight y + t;"" pounds had been sold at Florida were bringing a top price of $70a
fc Tokyo, left no doubt the exfrcises hundred pounds while some a ..
about 75. High Friday 86 to markets for total receipts of $9- : a ax.. ..
were connected with the 90. Mostly west and south- 070,181 an average of 59.72 poorest nondescript sold downto .r; a La''ao .

Gulf of Tonkin crisis and the west winds 5 to 15 miles per H f.. cents a pound.VALDOSTA )$10.;
U.S. air strike at North VietNam hour +' S
becoming locally gustyin ;t..i Growers were placing about

Aug. 5. thundershowers.E. tusw Ga. (APSales 2A per cent of the tobacco un-
i I broadcast noted that the Y ..
The x
F, G, H. -Partly cloudy a/ were reported heavy at most of der government loan. ,
announcement was being issued through Friday wlihew widely, ssr 0 0yG
after scattered showers. Low tonight In UD- t !;\w
almost per 70s. High Friday 93. Mosty \ Q L
(Communist) China would stand south and southwest winds I to IS GAINESVILLE WEATHER More : ;,,,.<

beside North Viet Nam in re mites J -per Mostly hour.fair througn Friday. Low Municipal' Airport readings AboutPolitics ,. :, at .
aggressor." onight In the upper 70-. High Friday for 24 hours to 8 a.m.
pulsing any
a1 to fl. Southeast and south winds ,
Chen Yi's pledge was madein 1 to 15 miles per hour, today: High 85 at 4 p.m., z a v a. a irio
sent to Communist K:-Mostly fair through Friday. Low low 75 at 2-6 a.m. Rainfall
a letter tonight I 80. High Friday near 90. southeasterly It leaves
Vietnamese Foreign Minister winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. .43 inches.ALMANAC From Page 1 : M youbreathless

Xuan Thuy and broadcast byPeking's TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Sunset today .." ........... 7:12 p.m.
China High Low Precp. Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:57 a.m. matically place In hazard the tactical weapons and I imagine I .w.sr.a; ,
New news agen- acksonvlll .1 77 Moonset tonight ........ 11:11 p.m. ..a.e. !
Wednesday. Miami 86 79 First Quarter ................' Aug. 14 life of this nation by threatening that these people though I: :F ,.:., \,: 'a
Peking Radio said "thousands Atlanta 82 56 .01 Ariadne's Crown. In the west at moon nuclear war." don't know in the PaciIichave l
I New Orleans 92 77 set looks like large "C" In the sky.
a the right to use these
in high spirits under- The Arizona senator who had
of men Boston 75 at ..0The Arcturus. A :
went such military drills as New York 89 60 .0] rlghkltrN'I c'ls stirred a controversy over weapons if the commander feels 3c '%
VashlngtonIhicago 91 60 EAST GULF: Southwesterly winds 10 :
shooting throwing grenades a 57 to IS knots through Friday except becoming suggestions that NATO com- it's necessary. .M
Kansas: City 74t6 5& variable extreme north por The pressed on asking
and reporter ,
of explosives manders should have
handling Denver 63 tion tonight and Friday. Scattered thun more I :
Los Angeles 84 66 dershowers. "do feel President John-
crossing rivers" in Kwantungand "leeway" in use of weapons, you
Fukien provinces and Lui i ,was asked at his news conference son has given these Pacific

chow Peninsula.A lore About about charges he is trigger commanders the right to use

section of Kwantung borders I happy with tactical nuclear low yield. ." "
the northeastern corner of power. But Goldwater interrupted, Smirnoff-filtered through a mown t a In of charcoal

Escape saying "I'm only quoting his admonition
Communist Province is Viet directly Nam. opposite Fukien Said Goldwater: "I think the to his commander. I What makes Smirnoff so crystal clear,uniquely smooth,remarkably free of .

Formosa, and Luichow Peninsula From Page 1 President has somewhat removed don't know what went on in his taste,or odor? Every drop is filtered through 14,000 pounds of activated
it (the charge) by impulsive -
faces Communist-held Hai I orders. I haven't seen the or- charcoal. That's why it's dryer in a Martini, smoother on-the-rocks,
locked Wilson's cell somehowand so quickly, and that Wilsonwas action no one has condemned
ders, but I read the andif mixes with anything that And...it leaves '
nan Island. with him climbed the wall "sprung" first. by telling subordinatecommanders : papers pours. you breathless.

again. I Detectives were amazed that to use any weap I you say any weapons necessary II .i

More AboutMurder Detectives had been expecting the detailed planning requiredfor ons necessary, which pretty I ine a the lot of public things.mind" can imag Always ask for 6 mlrn -_ -._

an attempt to free one ofthe [ such an escape could have much removes any criticism of -
In retort the administration VODKA
gang ever since they found been accomplished in four what he could make of what I contended that, would be an unreasonable 10&100 PRoor.DISTILLED FROM eR.,N: STE.PI'RR'''''RNDr,no.(DIV.D'HruB LElN- )),HA'TrDRD.COHN.m.. t tI
that 'an "escape committee"had months. They said they had ex supposedly have stood for."

been formed in the under- pected another of the robbers to A week ago Wednesday, theZALE'S I interpretation. I I I'j

world. be first on the gang's list. day after the President ordered

f The "committee's" first plot Wilson had declined to ap naval air strikes against North I. a i

From Page 1 I to free a gang member there pear personally at the appeals Vietnamese PT boats and their < it

are 12 in prison-was exposed trial. The reason, it was now bases, McNamara was asked at ..,, tr t
Chief Joiner has said two guns 1 when a gun and ammunition surmised, was that escape plans a news conference what orders

were found in the store, one belonging were found on a prisoner leaving were nearing completion and U.S. ships were operating under I ,x .

to Culpepper, the other an outside working party at I Wilson did not want to do any in the Gulf of Tonkin. ::. ,: :::::: b b k'r''j:
to someone else. Both had been another I '? > akata I ICIIIIIII
jail. I thing that would have increasedthe
He replied: "Our orders to the
fired. There indications that' 225 W. UN IV. AVE.
were I chance of his being trans- commanders are to continue I ;::;,;.

The police chief said the Dam- Wednesday's escape, like the ferred to another prison or cell. their patrols, to protect them ',.

piers may not have been in the robbery, went undetected for a Wilson, a bookmaker who was selves against aggression on the!
while. dubbed "the silent one" at the
store when the shootings occur- high seas with whatever force isj I
red. Wilson had been put in a trial because he spoke no more :: II Ti .x i- .,.
single-ground-floor cell which than a dozen words, had been necessary. 31|
I Johnson's statement on Aug.
However, if they were accom was checked by a patrol officer allowed to mix with other ; 'a ea: '
I was that he had instructed the I '
plices before the killing, they every 15 minutes. prisoners and was employed in II f'
to give its forces orders
could be liable to the same pen The prison is in a thickly a prison workshop at three Navy I
to attack force which .
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alties as the assailant.The populated area about two milesrom : shillings ((42 cents) a week. them any in international x. F Selected Groups of Fine ClothingAnd
the center of Birmingham.Its Wilson is married and has I"A \ ; Yt:.; : +t,
maximum penalty for and (B) to attack with I
outside wall is 20 feet high. three children. Furnishings
first degree murder is electro- -- the objective not only of driving t;:vt.. / '
and about a mue long.. He is regarded as one of me q r%
cution. off the force but of destroying -
The men who helped in the few men in the gang to know

The grand jury also study jailbreak apparently entered by the whereabout of the missing it." : .., .,.. .. ye. MEN'S SUIT!
The actual order to the fleet i ::;bra::: ,.:<..i\ Cg.).; yt.' pia. .y..a4' .
evidence in two other cases. breaking into a builder's yard at banknotes. When he was takento I'. 'v J rn:a. %r: A. w'y 'A 0 tillt ?

These are: a corner farthest from the cellblocks the police. station after being. was not made public.A I .(.i'.'.. <:3 rG :a.',:Sa;;; .;5:. ,: a.:.wx. ': ':M4,,1:xa.. ;: :x ;+.2> 2;}

f >***x'. rittWtVJFranklin .- They -used one of several apprehended.he said: reporter asked Goldwater,' .yr,.. ,' '.! :.Ir 44. ';a:
;l i! : ?:.vt y:, "aKy. tii..ryr; 'ah; 4 l'S'w R'X .'wv.. ar..
the remark :
D. Smith,' 27"Ne ladders' 'stored there to "I don't see how you can "could you amplify i .. .. .n :ra'xhS 2990

gro, 1515 NE 8th Ave. He is ac climb the boundary wall. A make it stick without the you made? Do you mean that .. 39.95
poppy : % rft. a'rrT.
I : :;'k t.io3' '.4 ;'? ; 'C<:a&t'yas $.:. 'y e ; .
cused of shooting Tneora Isaac, rope ladder apparently was usedon (money) and you can't find the President has given field ; :S*:;. ..r ;. .e e.,;: '; kx wa H:' .+.rrb

20, Negro, at her home 2t 1315 the inside of the wall. that." ,I commanders the right to used I 'ahe '''SS.'d 'a's: iS i'.. ? ', yIw Were 55.00

NE 3rd Ave. July 3. Police have Once in the cell block, the Wilson was one of a dozen any weapons including atomic 4390

said Smith apparently asked gang clubbed the guard and men many with long criminal I weapons?" I And 59.95 .

Miss Isaac to step outside the then tied him up. They got records, convicted of robbingthe I "I would suggest you read his ,' .

house and talk with him, and into Wilson's cell and had him Glasgow-London mail train I admonition to the commanderof I' 3 %.)' e.h .

shot at her when she refused. change into civilian clothes, Aug. 8, 1963. The money was, the 7th Fleet in which he saidto % .ria .., r'yPN, '.r.. .. y.t' r 3590
'rq.:: r.i : A.r .a
-Caretha Armstrong, 55, Negro crossed the wide exercise yard being transferred by banks to' use any weapons," Goldwater! ;.q:ntgi a. % Yi: 4 Were 45.00 "_.

accused of shooting Zack again, climbed the outer wall, their head offices in London. said. "I think I know what he :.yyas.r.3' .; !:'''ks,S.:;i aa 4's .: S .
I .
Bridges, 38, Negro June 13 as and escaped in a car. Wilson denied participation in j'means. I II ...arra4..r'h:,ytxt'::; iaSlli.i, A'Ya: ':;;a':,.w a:.a::asna fak.S,rtd+S':'.i*R ak'i .."y"; 'is k. ar;?,xa'?:3 x..r.>,' > w.r

he fought with her husband. All The gang was believed to the dramatic crime. However 1 I I "But I also know what I I' i,,,,
involved live in Windsor. have duplicate keys to various he was caught by his finger-! meant when I said that the supreme 4i'y'k,:.c ;aa' t.+ysyt.6: :.".,',%l4X.1:eta i.. ',,+:;.:,4C 1... .. ': ': .11 1 'x; j. '< iC .
parts of the jail. Presumably at Leatherslade Farm commander of NATO 4 S Y'.9, ., .' : ; %. .
prints I ;?t.e: a .H
More About they took the key to Wilson's used by the gang as a hideout. I should have more say-so in the I >. .,a.. .':+ >r::>ifiw; ; ,a.b. .iy'4rR. .. ,, ax,%' .aSa. i
fv '+ a' a: s SYi; .at.V r ; ,
cell from the a
guard. The judge sentenced him to 30 choice of tactical nuclear weep 5990

Police were reported to have years so that he, and the others, r,; ,, : Mi'..ir;b '': .,y Yfi,' YF ax, Y:9: ;;S..nS :fix iMs Were 79.95

been surprised by two aspectsof .would be unable "to enjoy those ons."It's not to give him the I .: itr r i+r1W : :h;F. .. .
I. ;nF r x : s. :
Cyprus the escape: that it had come ill-gotten gains." ICBM the IRBM, it's merely I II .. w .
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President Glafcos ed r io':;:>";ay:,,2.. ''.:1.;>,'if.4r? ktq.scsy'ri aR ... %x' '3 S'Z'% b...:, 'ik y,ke t: w f
derides drew shouts of approval :,L..qi k.w1 Jw. 4 !: t"1,$ :Y.Y.22 '.. 2190

when he cried that the time for ',. >. .' t
Y ' talk was past. Only outright self DIAMOND ,._'_..'
determination under United i A..f: ( 't w a ZiYtw'r ] | -
Nations SMy ,:.!'!Nr' ,a4ai 'q : ,w dav;' .,,e': ..5'l': .:r..'
shelter, would satisfy the -M
island's 400,000 Greek Cypriots 'ar r
r y. r
WATCHES! Y" 6S J' Were 35.00" :
he said. rv. fi, pY. k. 4.y><' 7: ;. .
.4 6
'I xy.a.x ,9,t y'i %atG9c ; .4 4: ti
Blasting the Turkish air at

tacks, Clerides said "nobody can 3690

believe the responsibility rests CyAj 2S .. .. "P..
? X r ri9'sY i:' +''7Y i ;Yr Y Were 45.00
solely with Turkey. :+ 'A'i. 4. ; rp F;(rnvy' r S ','Y! : iN : .

'Nobody can believe that Tur : (1i : y :yr. ,d4 r y:,..d.Y'Q. y l.t y$ .'q:, t

key would dare launch such at i t f r ay 'Mr' 4'a(iY4,Y2 rSf' rqR 1: 3990

tacks, with NATO planes, with- i s.X ,e .aY..by 4xr4o ,: tir ae 4y r
Were 49.95
out the consent of these two / : : \ 1 I :'4w.,ail.q[ 'N.fSs'y Yia / l rf. .

countries-the United States and ,,, :X' "5'a.? 'aol 4 rr 9 ; r ,%y( $ r. S r a

Great Britain." i 1 6 f '. 4. 4 :1'S 4:.. a -
An offshot of the anti-Ameri riu, > i dk. 9A S 'd' ; ,H.,ryaq 1 d : :': : 4990
y.:S S .yafg ara' 'q f :A..f?%% Were 59.95- : .
can campaign was the refusal of 1 .. \ ; ... .

Greek Cypriote to accept from ,A y.qa N y .. .':

the United States 2,000 pints of 1t 4.J. 24.,".;,. I6 a i,g ..: ,7ii
.Sw,Ati. '''",' ,v y :/ rAl9", ',?y. h/.C t d? ..(-G'' .. ': No Charge for Normal f Alterations(
blood plasma flown here at the
F 1:. ,,y ., .".y .' r.i
pyt 2'r 34., :q /
request of Archbishop Makari- ,> .., r.: ';;,, ;%y x.yY':'pr -' ,d l.', Regular, Long, Short, X LongDACRONCOTON
al rfi o :wny.i .l'
os, the Greek Cypriot president. Ny' v, a : [ ; rnw r .

Some Nicosia newspapers Jl Vit I y4 "
: : L' .i. ; r ,
charged that the plasma was sold i 'I
its could be fatal. l ;"sattN: q' : ; ;' JPOPLIN. LINEN INDIA MADRAS.
use a. b. ,54tr '+ .-. H ,r % r. : : '; ,
An Embassy spokesman said i l'.ii'" j.;::::t<''.':r(ii':'' ';;'lp'6f"IIIV"R"v": Fpyp. : a1L "'r-" ..p.waa '.................. /'. .'.S -- v' tn / .

the plasma, of the same, type a. 2 brilliant diamonds highlight exquisite case of 1, FAMOUS HUBBARD AND KINGSRIDGE NATIONALLY ADVERTISEDMEN'S
this lady's Baylor. Features 17-jewel precision ,
used by the U.S. armed forces,
fmvement.) ..fashionable expansion band. { .
has a standard warning on the
label that if it becomes cloudy 9 SLACKS

after shaking it should not be Twelve round diamonds majestically enhance 14K I 3/F

used. gold case of lady's Elgin... 11 jewel! movement 6 { l SIZES

Greek Cypriot authorities said $69.95 35 % DACRON 45 % WOOL

the first 3 of 23 bottles handed z DRESS SHIRTS
over to them turned bad. They c. Charming 17}jewel Baylor attractively) set with 2 Traditional and Conventional Styles.
brilliant diamonds. Rich i lOK gold case...with; : SPORT SHIRTS I
then refused to accept the rest Speidel Twist-0-Flex band. !
$29.95 Short Size 28. 42 339
of the shipment. : Reg. Long, to

Despite 'the attitude of the d. Buu\jfullady's Elgin dress watch accented by Group 1 Group 2' :I, KNIT SHIRTS

Greek Cypriots, diplomats in 2 breathtaking diamonds. l7 ewe) movement I 'PAJAMAS !*'

Nicosia, Athens, Istanbul, Geneva $29.95 Were 12.95 Were 17.95

London, Washington and the ,' BAN-LON SHIRTS 3 for 9'

United Nations< were working to mMa alwed a' alias dd>Z U6rita D..... d.

take advantage of the present I 10" 14"

cease fir: to reach some kind of 'I, Convenient .
agreement.Spyros .
: o
terms < : 2 pr. 21.00 2 pr. 29.00
Kyprianou, Cypriot

Nicosia foreign thIs minister! returned to I 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE t'z:, : Bermuda Shorts 4.29 Pr-
morning after

talk with tie GreekCabinet 1 I SHOES Ends 72 Price 2 pro 8.00Pi
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Inurtdoy. ,. August. 13 i





wives have discovered sterilized -
THURS. 9 ,
think it is greatUnsolicited a.m. And
testimonials appeared WESTINGHOUSEMOTOROLA
in Selskaya Zhizn, the AUG. 13th Get l
Communist Party's farm news-

paper. I Some items one-of-a-klnd some 'Em J. M. FIELDS WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD PACKARD BELL and many others
"My granddaughter wants: floor samples some demonstrators -
only Mozhaisk milk," one many new in crates. WITH PREFERRED TRADE

shopper was overheard as say-
bottle into her cup and i
she'll know the difference at' & DELIVERY

"Just Imagine, mine too,"|, ,,,?II ,, ''' i null ippupgl,} I IIllllIIIIIn !
another grandmotherly type: nil, dit, I!! Vlni j" ? I) p L I Iu
commented "and I must say'II \
I also like it better than ordin ul IIIII! ti I'' i / ; 1
ary pasteurized milk. It is'' I I ) \ f
far by I II .\ \ ) \ I It I
being produced so only \ \ I
the Mozhaisk dairy plant, 60 I,j \ \ r I I x. UALITY %.*
miles west of Moscow and only i \ii I II 1' W rr

for the Moscow market.

The dairy plant operates one i 6 I u ,ll 1 1 I
automated homogenization line Ii 1 1 1111 ui ,.... 1111V1 rrr +
with a capacity of 60,000 to 70- \\\\\\ IV !I IIIII I IIIIUIpIi'1(1111111// (/ / /I 1111111111I1111111(I ,
11111 I I
000 bottles a day. SelskayaZhizn I I// I I I 1111 I ..
rr r 1//111/11/11/ I 1r 1//uuli II + I I" ,
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/141 "
said "in the near future i I /rlr III' Illy:,.."." '.,
r 99 ; i \ ; '
," a second line will go rShl \ II'llrrllllil1jllliill'l 1+(! I'lllII
into operation "and twice as I OlympiC II lu//i/II/II .t :t. .11i/1,;/ !
will be able to I 18 i E I I II r rlsg
many people '
drink the long lasting milk." 6.E.1Y'N' rr 99 I liii'I, .-18f-W"!!: LJt I'I'I
Premier Khrushchev evidently 9 I r ,t .- ,11 I ;$1, I ,,1 I'I ,,_
is unaware of the existence 1/ 99 j 11 I.'l'"Ir ;//1 l ; ?
of the Soviet Union's i I 4 444 I !IIII. """"111111111/11111/11111/11/ / / 1/1/1/ / III 1111111111'111"I'/ 'n i-" "",, .I CI! oo?:: I
't9" "mil I 111111 / ,
homogenization plant which / / / / I '
MotoWIa I ,
opened for business last Jan.i 99 KELVIN 14 TOR rum. !! ,IIIl111Ug11// Ili I IIIII// tl",sLi,, + I I 11' 1111'p -
uary. Repor' ng on his Scandinavian 1 i r!::.

sion speech trip last in a radio-te1evi-j' IT! "A AIR fKsasNEMA i
Soviet premier CASH..CHARGE
Swedish concern manu-I' YOU DON'T HEED MONTHS TO PAY. : o Pr EXTRA !
factures homogenizing equip TAKE 1
ment. I I U s

"In sterilizing milk, this I I Cv-4') Q+ ( net grill speed.,slide vent f0n contra, thermost 1, Zinc? at. adjustable $ l 20,000 TU's
a .
cOated ,
kills all bacteria f I OUt rhos cob On@
equipment CrxFl I r I II ss. NEMA r Died. 32 9 On'Y 2-speed ton
making it possible to keep milk,i I :z::::: I I Defmanent vented then.iill
m h/i/' '''' : 1/.2
I '0'' ;; ,
at room temperature for 30' 14,000 ,; $238
days," he told his audience. i/// / 1 EEl BTU'

He said he had instructedhis f 3-s Peed DISPLAY ton, SAMPLEs 16,500
foreign trade officials and I i ___ rr'/ vent control.thermo, adjustable BTU'grill. S
Zinc 3 ,
specialists "to study this process -I I / -- ( I slide OUt chassis. coated cabi. $178 grill-speed, fan, thermostat
order equipment and pos K u + I I I ;- rated. net. Shde Ve nt control Zinc'"N odtustoble
sibly acquire a license for its ELVI M NA TOR I I I I I (+ II L
manufacture." ul..TI CYCL E Y KE LVI ( I, ,ugg BTU'7
Although refrigerators are Auto Washer A cLE 14 Cu, FT OR KELV INAT 2-.speed fan 9
uto : UP OR therm L 300
Washer RIGHT 9r ll. ostat,
in Soviet Vent '
now relatively common 138 Re frfg/F control adjLlStable BTUI
Freezer zinc
net I
households $ reezer slide out ch. cOated cobi S
cities, many 1 128 I NfMq : 293 ETNA valid 2-
still without them will wel- ONLY 1 179 ratEd gnll, speed fOl'1, adjustable
come the new milk.People. SPEED QUEEN i i"ULTI.CYCLI LIVE so.oo fro Defrost 2 Door 2S e. Perm anent filter- $16 8
Refri 1000
G. E. BTU'
Auf Washer MuLT LcYC1 RCA Whirl pool RC A Wh $
Freezer ti is cu, FT UPRIGHT NOEROS trlPool HEAT I 20,000 BTU's '
II In *158 $ Freezer R efri g./Fre r!eser PUMp $379 HEAT

I The NewsNEW NO 1 ONLY I i oNLY I T I C I = Doer WO HOMON PUMp $309

MONEY $6 / "' Fjaaggg r osr Fr .
< R A er !! DO WN CHARGE m
YORK (AP-Mrs.) Lyn M > rfss- 4.o o BTU
don B. Johnson went to New!! Y'1 $99. TAKE h10 SPAY] I
York City Wednesday to shop i -- 8.000
for dresses while her husband?i SLiwfrWiya.'s HEBE NOW NO PHONE $148.00 '
the President, addressed the TO COMPETITIVE ,
: -
And her shopping took longer I ff"YOUR
than his business. The result: RCA WHIRLPOOL fS' I :

She kept him waiting 15 min-
utes at the Wall Street Heliport,I
whence they left on the first leg''' MAKES !:
of their return trip to Washington. -, SpeedDOOR

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Mrs. Johnson apparently THE
wasn't able to make up her ::
mind about the dresses and she y Y NI Deep turbulent washing rinsing action'
left without buying any. I I Giant size freezer DOW Eoiy to u*.water f.mp'fotur control

I automaticallY ': I = = Large capacity-door shelves

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LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP-Mrs.) _
Barry Goldwater took time' -' 21" COLOR TV
-- -
from a physical checkup at'
Scripps Clinic to dedicate a new TRUE LIFE-LIKE COLOR :; RCA WHIRLPOOL 2 Dr.
research building there Wednes -
day. I II I 348" II' ,-, : With 106 Ib.Zero Zone Freezer
A spokesman for the hospital i
I N ''ll''
said she'll return to her summer Only $188

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NICE (AP) David
Oistrakh's son says the famed STEREO CONSOLE
Russian violinist, who suffered a 1
heart attack in Leningrad last ,. makel '-SPEED AUTO CHANGER! t- RCA WHIRLPOOL

April, plans to return to the : 2 Speed AUTOMATIC WASHER
concert stage next month or in _
With .
-- Heavy Duty SurgilatorAgilateilOnly
October. l'r wow, ,

The son, Igor Oistrakh, also a $158883ttmjkwetaMUcf
violinist, was in Nice Wednes i p. Hear sound as never beforel!
day for a concert appearance. .: Brilliant tonal qualiV i, SAVtI ottl'Sf+'l\G Mogic-Mi2Disperur.filtltcombuutlid, or.M v"I water... '
M\C wI 'Yiffl+ion frtt faooprfnt tatftn'AMFM

Gainesville Sun I ; t like I ''I I '11"' Ili.I I I.Ilflll.;N, I I I !!!'; { I,1 I I I ,!I'IfIINf, ,{ l I !'I '' ..I I II, + l I I!! ,Ill I.IIII. LJA 34 1 Only

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Saturday, and Sunday morn waadie -
ings by the Gainesville Pub ----- 4-SPEED AUTO. CHANGER KELVINATOR 2 Dr.
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lli111 .- .I1 YES WE BOUGHTWEMEMLY! q"d Integration Ntw York Whnt


YES: YOllSAJ ff 33AiV/J HONE' 1 have white barriers broken neighborhoods protecting down formerly many and of now all-the

I live in 95 per cent of Balti-
1 1LITY more's districts.

The quiet desegregation of
r housing was termed "exceptional"

a ua T 100% WOOLj i iIF9 1 Neighborhoods executive by Edward director, Inc.L.of Holmgren Baltimore .

i3 DISCO UN 1i Negroes now live in 161 of the
168 districts set up for the cen-
i SHETLANDCARDIGANS sus in Baltimore. It is significant
,, 1II said Holmgren, becauseit
II 1
r '.. r
is so unlike other large cities.Of .
r Baltimore's 940,000 resi-

dents, 330,000 are Negro. An
1r overwhelming majority still live
in neighborhoods where they are
Italian Import 3 DAYS ..- 1t predominant. But their push be-
luxurious yond the invisible color bound

., & MohairSweaters} 84 1 aries during the last 15 years
: 1 has been dramatic nevertheless.In .
r y ONLY 1940, almost the entire Ne-
1 compare d'fJfF 1 gro population of 200,000 lived In
M $797 at 12.98 I two sections of the inner city.
1 1
j. tel j Each Negro area in central Bal-
-A 1
I timore was about 30 by 30
m luxurious1y 1 fluffy.WOO' For 3 Jays only Get your new Fall 1 blocks.

N -,. :., and mohair in 5o lids, ton Sweater Wardrobe now at this 1 The movement of Negroes between
i$ 1 x cmb1elluXurious\r I flu Y Terrific low price! Beautiful to see, 1 1940 and 50 to new
l a i en wool,&mohair in solids,tond to touch,Shetland wools with crew 1 neighborhoods was slight It
L t: 'b tweeds and fr or boy necks.. new Autumn Leaf 1on amounted to expansion of the

!& tones r S\ip-on\ ,cardi9 ans, colors I -Camel, Red,Loden, Blue, inner city sections by the rela-
st and tively few blocks or into gov-
Medium and
': ; f : ks,CreW Gray White.
ne ernment and low-income
1 styles!Gl0flOUS Sizes 34 to 40. on sale 3 days public
''ub collar housing.
r 1 orson d pate' i ..hurry! ::t, 3a b ., cat But since 1950, the land area
combinations!34-40;5, into which Negroes occupy more
than 10 per cent of the houses
has at last doubled. There are
YOU DON'T Negro families among whites
? ; everywhere except in seven
_ NEED CASH! Tf tracts to the northeast and

Open A ;; southeast.Even in once tightly restricted -
% ?
lllties'MI1Z "ChargeIt"Account ? Northwood, a residential dis
inMoments. trict of high middle income, a

dozen or more Negro families
C t (A'fOR i .5y" have bought homes in the last
f : two and a half years.
1< .n ra nsAlliiS i at no cost or Some purchases were made
., possible because of the nondiscrimination -
g y $ many + d % { R y
clause in Federal
to pay.ladies' Housing Administration and G.I.

q ? R mortgages. But not all, Holm-
: :: r ; i gren emphasizes.Two .

r x d. h .y neighborhood improve-
,.basic ; ; ment associations in northwest
thI :: :10 g
You" ng-slee\'e 55 Baltimore in 1956 became wor-
eVef)1h. "ear"'ilh ardi9ol1 y < ried over the infiltration of
I r :bite 6lng is in practically Y z 41I Negroes.

61ue PI. kaek red, group:In 4 "The whites didn't want to
I 11'1 awn CAMEL from their established
.. move
maize!SkI19"llight :rOYal f + S 1 1LODEN
3"-4Q IUe Wi homes and wanted to avoid the
an panic flights which had hap-

t ; d pened in other neighborhoods,"

.. said Holmgren.The .
BLUE pz i CaNyyr,
associations sought thi
BROWN help of the Greater Baltimore
-s y. ka, Committee, organized primarily
rt GRAY .
5. .x ifa 4 to promote the city's economyThe
Dresses WHITE result was formation of BaltImore
Shirtwaist .
v .i..i S.' ;Fx 3rK t a Neighborhoods, Inc.
Its main purpose is, exolalne*
: $366E 1 1 i R' wQ ? I ,5' + Holeren, who has been executive
director since 1961. tt
oM "work on stabilizing communities
, 1 2 'o 7 a affected by racial change

iQU The and to create a single instead oi
1 Apr-SepSOB9 x3 v a dual real estate market."
1 < :,9o ,reiyw heredossic I..x r'r .. The cityis "getting to acceptthe
CountrY .... .
with \\t < .,
shirtWaist now ; e:3 fit idea, but there is still a long
Bett,un press eel 1. way to go," he said.
-ope d t..rts Tracy co1ar.p1eate \ 000

.1 Zantrel&CO ttonSaUds .
''aidsI \ Integration'First'
,Madras-type PR
prints ,
Loden, oya
I Red,g oMen, 4.99 ForMississippi
1 10to,?g.. Compare at l s
'1 in 1
1 t.

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) Registration
for the first desegregated
public school classes in Mis

1 sissippi will take place Fridayin
this Gulf Coast resort city.
Mississippi is the last state to
: Girls'Shaker Knit / Grrlt'Rain-Shine Girls'Acetate = =I topple classroom racial barriers

F- Family SizeCOLGATE _- below the college level.
There was no estimate of how
many Negro children would
88SelfOut seek to register for first grade
2 $1 I TOOTHPASTE I: classes at nine previously all-
L1i white schools under federal
Priced court orders. Actual classroom
Save 1.08 i
i until next
work doesn't start
s a Machinewashable = = { Save 36% = month.
t 49C
F = Orion ,, Colortast expanded Made by famous i: School and local officials planto

1 U1:1! Acrylic; 8-U = X vinyl Wundies = keep a tight security barrier

1 k, : _- Superior quality! .. 2 pockets; lined; H : Lace trim; pastels; = E= =I around the schools, in an effortto

1 Many colors T TTi 4 colors;3-14 JIH 4-14 |g f|_ Reg. 83c Size jj_ The keep same down court violence.order which
-==== I
1 a = = 1 opened the first grade to Ne-
1 I groes here also directed the
school systems of Jackson, the
__ state's capital and largest city,

:" ___ Gay, Colorful == Back-to'school == J r.Boys'&01'.J uroy'== I and rural Leake County, birthplace
TOSS PILLOW I of segregationist former
-: \ SLACKS -- Gov. Ross R. Barnett, to accept
BEATUE KIT 1_ : Negroes.
I U IC Desegregation under the court
LT '"1/ I order will reach the second

97 117 grade next year and continue
upward on a grade-a-year
Save 30% mm By Just WonderfulHAIP I Biloxi, site of Keesler Air

Corduroy cover; = t -- Machine wash = SPRAY -I Force Base, has been free of
Vinyl kit holds I the racial discord which has
colors _
shred foam fill = able.Ivy -
lunch books HI\ I swept other areas of the state
15" sizes center = L.. Adjustable I tabs 2/'I.OOPTQx I 1 recently.In .

button many =- __ -_ 9"x7"x4"AI. in red, gj belt bops;3.7 -= _= Lamp Value, 1.50 _=. Leake County, three Negro

colors = fuchsia,Oyster -=\ r = Crystal clear! 14-ozs. E. schools began activities Mon
: -Tii::: =- -==. day. The county's five white
schools don't open until Aug. 28.
I 1 Negro leaders complained

I U.S. 441 at 23rd Plvd. Phone 376-8292 CHARGE IT! QUALITY the only true measure that the Negro schools white were
than the
started earlier
of value guaranteed
I' GAINESVILLE Acres Free Parking IT TAKES JUST MOMENTS TO t OPEN Q'd schools to discourage integration

lOpen 9 a.m. "til 9 p.m. Sun Noon 'til 7 p.m. YOUR"i CHARGE ACCOUNT t DISCOUNTS that EVERY give you DAY instant cash attempts.
... savings guaranteed Rural schools in the state
w ry frequently begin classes in mid-
.w August and suspend operations
temporarily during the height of
the cotton harvesting season later .
in the fall.S .

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6 Gainesville Sun Thursday, August 13, 19454
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: Oiahttsuilk iun OF I A Policy I,

n, THE'SOUTH For CyprusBy i

I II ,
JOHN R. HARRISON. FrMlttnt ant
"u"lIIItr PAT COWLES, Viet 'res"FlorIda' WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. j
Mfltj E4 JOHNSON. Vic PrM>d*..t ( 3 A'd ___ -.a t
Beautiful J
r. and ExKutivt I liter| W. O. (Ml) A .f Suppose we had Solomon at our disposal and asked him t
.. University City U',.) EBtRSOLE Viet PrtsldMt end Advrtlmfl I By RALPH McGILL what is the course of righteousness for Cyprus? My guess is

.... Viet frtjldtnt Director and 101 ClrcuUtHa TARTAOLIONC.Manattr. 01 Pull U,..,,Adair Prti Wbulnf(Ga.) ConsUtntlM r.bliibcr he would stammer and stutter, even as you and I, even as I
LBJ and U Thant. There is no moral compass at our disposal -
... THE SUN'S POLICY 1 to tell us how to navigate our way to peace and justice

through those thickets of racial pride fanaticism
1. Report the newt fully and Impartially in the news columns. AugustIs religious ,
and historical animosity. There is
very point in consulting
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. r
.0 Sk history for a solution. For centuries the Greeks and
3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues.
: the Turks at Cyprus have been at daggers' drawn, alternately
.. The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 { { enslaving one another.
Want Ads 376-4672 War 1Y 4 I
WHY? BECAUSE the English In 1957 seized, most lmprovl- :

dently, on an opening that struck them as both facesavingwhich io

r'k ( it was), and durable (which it was not). British solution J

A Dream About MonthAugust to Cyprus's war for independence was to guarantee the
.. rights of the Turkish minority in the construction of Cyprus.
.f' The crisis arose when, a few months ago, Archbishop Makar-
is filled with
: It was a wonderful dream. First of ten of those letters that demandour that the First World reminders ios threw up his volatile hands in despair and announced that

dome of the national attention answered and signed War the constitution was unworkable, that the rights of the Turkish
: the great Capi- are began, with no formal tb under that constitution
minority were inordinate. Whence his
: tol stood out in bold relief against a by members of our office staffs declaration but immediate decision to change that constitution, whence the resolution .,

: milky blue summer sky. Then the -including a few sons, daughters, Invasion, 50 years ago this V'V l of the Turkish minority to kill every Greek within rifle range I
month. The also is muchin ;
scene shifted to the House of Rep nieces and nephews. the moon but 'V'Vs to prevent any such thing happening. t
news, August Is the ? ';" Enter as usual, the United States. The
resentatives. Every member presentand solidity, to say
time of Sirius the
in his seat. "We've all been putting in 20 and of war. Sirius, is dog larger star, .- -, ...M1h... -xDi-I,.. nothing of the strength of the, of the NATO alliance depends greatly ..
on the cooperation two powers on the Alliance's Eastern -
hours a day, seven days a week than the moon and the influence flank, Greece and Turkey. And so the Sol omonic challenge I

The word had just arrived that serving the best interests of our con- is baleful, not poetic.It "You did say you were behind me, didn't you, Barry?" how to please both powers?

President Johnson had signed the stituents and this great nation. Whatdo was in August, 30 years IT CANNOT be done. There .

bill giving members of Congress a you say, men and ladies ago, that Adolf Hitler proclaimed are such things as dilemmasin

$7,500 increase in their annual pay. about stretching that out to say 21 himself the Fuhrerof THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYSTJohnson's the International field even
Germany. It in the
As an afterthought, the message hours a day and all of us pledgingthat was as In our ,own personal af
evening of August 21, 1939,
bearer mentioned that a lot of other hereafter we'll read every fig- that the bomshell of the Stal- fairs. What are we to do?

government officials would get a ure in a least one section of the in Hitler non aggressionpact President Johnson begins by

raise also. next appropriation bill. And I don't broke on a tense and Money accepting Cyprus as an

mean just the enacting clause either. fearful world. This enabled American problem a great
Hitler to make his move
A roar of applause and cheers reverberated mistake and then rushingoff
against Poland, confident the
through the chamber. As "My friends, as you and I well British would not commit @ Nrm dark t lwJ cate a personal subject, on the name has repeatedly been to the United Nations fora 1

it subsided, a tall, lean figure bear- know, this is a great big wealthyand themselves, though so pledged By JAMES RESTON basis of incomplete Information brought Into these controversies solution, much as one mightgo

ing some resemblance to a states- generous country. No one's goingto without Soviet assistance.A WASHINGTON Presidentand mounting cannot any public longer discus-ignorethe and added to his reputation to Solomon always forgetting i

with conscience the atten- suffer because half dozen of as a highly successful that the United Na-
man a got a us re reading of Tolstoy's Mrs. Johnson, accordingto sion of the issue. Every article
tion of the presiding officer. happen to insert the same self-serv- "War and Peace" recalls thatit publshed reports, seem to published on how the Johnson political manipulator.This tions Is a procedure, not a

ing bit of campaign propaganda into was August, 1812, when Na- be getting richer and richer.In acquired the radio and of course, Is precisely policy. The UN cannot abort a

"Gentlemen," he said, "and ladies. the Congressional Record on the same poleon came to Smolensk. May, U. S. News & World television interests in Austinis the that the collision course between an
Things had moved well in Report estimated their net reputation
Now that we've got it in the bag, day. But let's try to cut down justa reprinted by his political President Is trying to Immovable object and an Irresistible
his great adventure in whichhe holdings at over $7 million. In opponents and distributed over-
what do you say we hustle around bit say no more than two or force. All it can do
planned to add the Rus- June, the Washington Star widely across the nation. come, and precisely the reputation -
: a bit and prove to the folks back three duplicates on the same day sian empire to his vast holdIngs made it $9 million, and this his political enemies are Is jaw jaw, which to be sure

home that we're worth it? and prove that we're worth more In Europe. He had begun week's Life Magazine puts it Accordingly, the issue of to No mat Is preferable to war war.
to the it without warning and ata at "approximately $14 mil- public disclosure by the President trying perpetuate.
money taxpayers. time when he was carryingon lion." is a legitimate topic of ter how adroitly he handles But Its very attention to a

"How about seeing to it that these negotiations for peace. comment and for a number of such crises as the attack on problem It cannot solve, Is Inflammatory

seats are as well filled every day "How about skimping just a wee size This, is fortune gradually, whatever becomingan its reasons. the U. S. destroyers in Viet Incitive to
: when there is business to be bit on those foreign junkets? Say WHEN NAPOLEON
con was underground issue in the The budget of the federal Nam, he is still widely retarded clinched fists and stagy rhetoric
: ducted by this body as they are at like cutting out a night in Paris or well into Russia, Czar Alex- election campaign. Each arti- government now totals almost mainly as a political wheeler by the contending pow

this moment? sponging on the ambassador's enter- withdrawal ander sent and an envoy asking cle Implies that it was a mass- $100 billion, about half of and dealer, and, ironically ers. And of course, everyone
tainment allowance and a lot of those a resumptionof ed partly as a result of Johnson's which is for defense. The allocation -
his astonishing success concerned continues
peace talks. Napoleon even to look to
"I am well aware that every mem- other traveling salesman's tricks."I treated the diplomat rudely. political influence and of defense contractsnow with the Congress has Washington for the lead. Tur
the White House answer to all often determines whether
ber here is on some committee or Tolstoy, looking at the queries is merely that the major cities and even regionsof contributed to this popular key says to us In effect: All
other. I know there is mail to be think we're worth salt impression.IN .
our massive power of the vast President has put everythingin the nation prosper economIcally right, Yankees, we've stood by

answered and signed. I'm familiar plus the raise. But I have to admit European coalition welded by an irrevocable trust and has or decline, and the fight TIllS situation, even you, thick and thin, now let's

with the demands of constituents fora with sorrow that there are a few Napoleon, ignores the us u al no control over it whatever.NEVERTHELESS for these contracts has produced many of his closest friends test whether you will grant us

little help in this or that depart. folks back home who still have a reasons given for the disas- wholly new temptationsand and associates would like to
reciprocal loyalty. And
the possible conflicts of Inter
ment. And I know as well as you do little 'show me' skepticism in the trous 1812 invasion of Russia. spec- see him make a full disclosureof .
He writes that forces ulation continues and it is est for both executive a nd says to us: Essentially
fehces have to be mended .back I of their minds. What do many his holdings and at least
that kept
you for a long time had been at likely to poison the atmos- legislative employes.THROUGHOUT lift the controversy out of the the same thing.
at home. say to getting out and hustling a work. Their moment came. phere until the President authorizes -
bit to show them we're worth every Tolstoy wrote: publication of the this last level of speculation and into What would you do, If you
the realm of factThis
"But you and I know that half cent they're paying us? It would helpin facts. year, the Senate has been engaged were Lyndon Johnson? Why
an apple has ripened in a savage controversy would not, of course, could not a President
the time we say is spent tending to the coming elections, too, by the and falls, why does it This is what Senator Gold- over charges of influence- remove the question from the Look, gentlemen If the Bay
those duties is actually passed in way." fall? Because of the attrac- water did. When Time Maga- peddling on the part of Rob- campaign. Even If he were to CyprIots -

those comfortable leather chairs in tion to the earth, because its zine approached him about ert Baker, the former secretary instruct his trustees to sell cannot organize their Island .

those two cloakrooms back there. The scene faded out in a deep stalk withers, because it is his family's wealth, he told to the Democratic ma- the family's broadcasting interests so as to provide peace

silence that was finally broken by dried by the sun, because it the Valley National Bank of jority in the Senate. Also, In it would no doubt be and justice for both Turks and

grows heavier, because the Phoenix, Ariz., to release a this same period, the Senate said that he had made a financial Greeks, how can we force
: "We all know, too, that nine out the buzz of the alarm clock. wind shakes it, or because a catalogue of the family's hold- has been in a turmoil over killing before he got them to do so? (It is troublesome \1
boy standing below wants to ings, which totalled about $1.7 the allocation of a vast mili- out. "
eat it? million. tary airplane contract the enough to arrange for 1

I THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT is the Pending a similar disclosure TFX to a firm in Texas Nevertheless, issues beyondthe both Turks and Greeks, how
: II "Nothing cause. All President are at stake can we force them to do so?
rather than to another in the
this is the coincidenceof by Johnson, the news-
only here. Washington is trying to (It is troublesome enough to
conditions. the botanist papers and magazines are state of Washington.At
adjust to a whole new set of arrange whites and blacksto
who finds that the apple falls within their rights to try to no time has there been relationships caused by the live amicably together In I
Views because the cellular tissue find out what they can about
Confusing any charge that President fact that the federal govern- Philadelphia, Miss Isslppi,
decays and forth is how a man who has been on
so equally Johnson has used the White ment is more Involved In the and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
right with the child who the public payroll for 33 years House to further his own financial economic life of the nation .)

On School stands under the tree and could build a fortune of any interests, or that, as than most of the large private ,j
PrayerBy says the apple fell because he kind, but these reports are majority leader of the Senate, corporations put together.It THE UNITED States abjures l ,.
wanted to eat it and prayedfor necessarily based on incomplete he ever did anything illegal. isolationism when that

it. equally right 0 r information and But because the space agency needs help in establishing is taken to mean a lack of
DAVID LAWRENCE wrong is he who says Napo- leave a wide field for error and the TFX contract did new standards of official concern with foreign affairs or

II leon went to Moscow becausehe and political distortion. go to Texas, and because Rob- conduct In such a world, andit a blindness to the bearing of

WASHINGTON Justice responsible for much of the York has sponsored in this wanted it, and perished Even the papers that do not ert Baker was his personal naturally looks to the President foreign affairs on our own
William J. Brennan, Jr., of criticism because of their ambiguous instance." because Alexander desiredhis choose to delve into so deli- protege in the Senate, his to set the example. essential interests But our

the Supreme Court has, unwittingly language which now But the American people destruction." renunciation of Isolationismdoes

perhaps, stirred up has resulted in a movementto were given an entirely dif- not require us to adjudi-
more controversy on the so- secure a constitutional ferent definition in a "con AUGUST and Smolensk produced cate every quarrel that takes

called prayer decisions of the amendment to permit voluntary curring opinion" filed in the something new. Residents DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS place in every corner of the

high court. Mr. Brennan, in prayers in public same case by a member of themselves fired their globe. There is no reason at
and address in New York Cityin schools. Nearly 150 amendments the majority, Justice Doug city. There were immense all to suppose that there resides -

the conference of chief justices have been drafted by las, who wrote: stores in it. All about was in Washington, D. C.,
of the states, deploredthe lawyers and have been submitted "It is customary in deciding rich land and prosperous any wisdom or experience1

criticism which has been to the house committee a constitutional questionto farms. Had the city not been Prudence and Mobility perior to that of Whitehall,

leveled at the court, and on the judiciary.It treat it in its narrowest burned Napoleon would have which failed to provide a solu-

said: form. Yet at times the set established a base there from '" tion for Cyprus nor
a con-
"Criticism which is falsely is the contradictory na- ting of the question gives it which to attack Moscow. But for
hostile erosive and ture of the utterances of members By WALTER LIPPMAN'N or Washington.There history cannot be sustained if cern peace greater than I
there ashes. He
premised, a form and content whichno were only that of the Greeks and Turks
destructive hardly serves noble of te Supreme Court Itself abstract treatmentcould then had to move on to Mos There is a serious fightingin is no certainty that we do not use a shrewd and who stand to get shot In war.
ends. which really puzzles the give. The point for decision cow. The Russians withdrew.The three widely separated there will not be other theaters prudent diplomacy to economize

Mr. Brennan said that lawyers public. Justice Black, for is whether the govern French moved into a n places in Southeast Asia, of disorder In Asia, Africa the use of military force.In Proceed as you will gentle-

have a duty "to correct example, who wrote the majority ment can constitutionally finance empty city. Soon it, too was in Cyprus and in the Congo- and the Americas. Indeed, applying these principlesto men of Turkey arid: Greece;
those whose attacks are opinion in June 1962, a religious exercise.Our burned. and in different degrees we the chances are that there Southeast Asia we have to and if you believe either of

founded upon exaggeratedand in the case which prohibitedNew system at the federal and The apple had fallen from are much involved in all of will be others. Wherever and remember that the only great you, that you can blackmailthis
York State from directing
distorted notions of whata state levels is presently honeycombed the tree. The French retreat them. whenever a new theater of disorder military force China possessesis country into siding with

court has done. He added: public school children with such financ- was a horror. The army died Our armed forces are di- appears, whenever her enormous army and you, by threatening that you
"To take a specific and to recite a particular prayer, ing. Nevertheless, I think it of cold, typhus, and guerrilla rectly involved In Southeast there Is a new revolutionary that in a serious conflict she will otherwise go to the Soviet
did not deal with the
current example, lawyers as question Is an unconstitutional under- raids. himself Asia. In civil war, there will be a pow- would be bound to use it by Union for help, herewith
of other forms of religious Napoleon was, Cyprus our diplo-
well as laymen are fully en- taking whatever form it like his is erful suction pulling the attacking adjacent countries notice that routine blackmail
destroyed. deeply involved. In
titled to voice their disagree- exercises, voluntary or takes." army macy United States to intervention, which we have promised to Is forever ended. The Greeks
ment with our court's recent otherwise, but merely put in Then in a footnote to this Before he invaded Russia in the Congo we are much con and there will be powerful defend. know what it Is like to coun-
a footnote which said: 1812 his empire stretched cerned, though, fortunately, tenance the Communists ,
decisions concerning prayerIn same opinion, Justice Doug pressures here at home to
the public schools. But "There is of course nothingin las added a list of "aids toreligion" from Denmark to Naples. we are not now involved at push us to intervention.As EVERYONE realizes thatif after a bloody civil war's ex 'tr
Rome and Amsterdam were first hand. notwithstanding NATO and perience. The Turks know
when such criticism departs the decision reached here at all levels of government -
completely from what the that Is inconsistent with the This included chaplains secondary capitals. He had The common factor in all the United States comes the United Nations and our what it would be like to yield

Court actually held and said fact that school children and in both houses of Con almost unlimited control f in three situations is that they near to having a monopoloyof own diplomacy, Greece and to the pressure of the great I'
and dominated the Italian the aftermath of the the disposable military Turkey go to war, the Western that on
In those cases, and accuses the others are officially encour- gress and In the armed services Spain are power presses right
Court of having decreed the aged to express love for our the addition of the word kingdoms, Switzerl a nd breakdown of the old imperial power in the Western world, alliance will be deeply her northeast border .

removal of all vestiges 0 f country by reciting historical "God" to the pledge of Allegiance and the Confederation on the systems the French system we cannot afford to become shaken. As the United States The government of the
Rhine. True enough. Napoleon in Indo China the British totally engaged in any one has the only mobile reserve
religion from our public life- documents such as the Declaration adopted by Congressand United States must learn that
of chaplains from the armed of Independen use of the slogan "In lasted for a little system in the Eastern theater or to commit all our force in the Eastern Mediterranean solutions to problems between

services, opening prayers which contain references to God We Trust" by the Treasury while after the catastrophe of Mediterranean and the Belgian reserves In one place. For that American responsibility powers within the Western alliance

from legislative sessions, 'In the deity or by singing officially DepartmentThis 1812. system In Central Africa. reason our Intervention, whenit for maintaining a balanceof not only cannot come
God We Trust' from the coins espoused anthems contradiction betweentwo August was a favorite cannot' be avoided, must power In Europe will be In. automatically from Washington '

-when the criticism is directed which include the composer's justices who voted for month to begin wars in Eur- THE END of the empireshas be limited, measured and always creased. often desired solutions do

at this wholly distorted professions of faith In a supreme the majority decision has led ope because the crops, espe- left a vacuum of power directed to a political Since we are carrying vir- not suggest themselves precisely -
version of the Court's being, or with the fact to a fear that In later cases cially wheat, were then gath- which the liberated peoples solution rather than to a mili- tually the whole burden of for so long as Washington

decision, I suggest that it Is that there are many manifestations the Supreme Court might ban ered. Now we have nuclear have not yet mustered the tary victory and unconditional maintaining a balance of pow- tacitly consents t 0 standin

irresponsible criticism." in our public life the use of the name of the weapons that fly faster than strength or found the political surrender.We er in Asia, we cannot afford the wings ready to play

But_ Justice Brennan has by of belief In God. Such patriotic deity in governmental documents sound. The first atomic bomb maturity to fill without for are very powerful. But lavishly to overcommit our- judge. If the Turks and the
no means clarified the situation or ceremonial occasions and ceremonies and was dropped in August. It is eign aid. The cold war is in we are not so powerful that selves by signing blank checkson Greeks were told to solve -

He has failed to point bear no true resemblance to end the employment of chap- a good month to reflect. For large part a conflict about we can commit all our re our military power. We their own problems, I is al

out that the members of the the unquestioned religious exercise laini in governmental serve summer reading try rereadin whether the vacuum shall be serves. The role which we have signed too many of them together probable that they
Court themselves have been that the State of New ices. "War and Peace." filled by Moscow or Peking have to play In this period of already. would.

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MICANOPY The Friendly NEWS Choirs Union ;rat : For Cyprus '

..IINU. JOHN R. HARRISON Pftld nt actCity' will convene at Mt. Bethel
.. PAT COWLES. Vie frtsl- Baptist Church, Mican o p ,
Publishers y 1 s i By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
?: Florida's Beautiful dent; Ed JOHNSON Viet Prisidint Sunday Aug. 16, at 3:30: p. t r.e 'F :r 'if ... .('" IlW
.N... and Executive Editor PrMidtnt W. O.and(Bill Ad-) m. Rev. Dennis, pastor, Dea- Suppose we had Solomon at our disposal and asked him
University EBERSOLE Vk
-, iL vtrtisinf Dirtctw BOB TARTAOUONE con Alex Johnson, president, $ fib what is the course of righteousness for Cyprus? My guess is

.... '0 via President and Circulation Manager. Mrs. Lillie Hall, reporter. he would stammer and stutter, even as you and I, even as
i LBJ and U Thant. There is no moral compass at our disposal

...-... THE SUN'S POLICY I: ALACHUA NEWS .. I to tell us how to navigate our way to peace and justice

1. Report, the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. The Parad i s e Methodist k through those thickets of racial pride, religious fanaticism,
.... 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorial*. Church will hold Sunday morn- r ) and historical animosity. There is very little point in con-
..._. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ing worship services at 11 y t sulting history for a solution. For centuries the Greeks and
': h The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372.8441 Rev. George Haile will deliverthe the Turks at Cyprus another.have been at daggers' drawn, alternately
enslaving one
Want Ads-376.4672 sermon. Rev. J. A. Johnson -
I pastor, Mrs. Amelia Gar- : WilY? BECAUSE the English in 1957 seized, most Improvl-

/ dener, reporter. : i.frr' dently, on an opening that struck them as both facesavingwhich

: ( it was), and durable (which it was not). British solution

A Dream About Congress ARCHER NEWS to Cyprus's war for independence was to guarantee the

The Men's Day eights of the Turkish minority in the construction of Cyprus.
program The crisis arose when, a few months ago, Archbishop Makar-
which was held at St. Paul
It was a wonderful dream. First of ten of those letters that demandour ios threw up his volatile hands in despair and announced that

: the great dome of the national Capitol !- attention are answered and sign- The Baptist Sunday Church morning was a success.speakerwas t L : the constitution was unworkable, that the rights of the Turkish

:: stood out in bold relief against a ed by members of our office staffs Fred Alexander of Gaines ,3 minority under that constitution were inordinate. Whence his
decision to change that constitution, whence the resolution
: milky blue summer sky. Then the -including a few sons, daughters, ville. The evening speaker was of the Turkish minority to kill every Greek within rifle rangeto

: scene shifted to the House of Rep- nieces and nephews. Detroit Deacon, Richard Mich. The Brown from ;, ." prevent any such thing happening.Enter .

: : resentatives. Every member present offeringwas as usual, the United States. The solidity, to say
$621.29. Rev. H.
Foye, -
: : and in his seat. "We've all been putting in 20 Bro. R. C. Crawford pastor pi a--. =-=>v. nothing of the strength, of the NATO alliance depends greatlyon
the cooperation of the two on the Alliance's East-
hours a day, seven days a week chairman, Mrs. Beatrice Neal,
ern flank, Greece and Turkey. And so the Solomonic challenge
: : The word had just arrived that serving the best interests of our con- reporter. :
behind didn't ? how to both ?
"You did say you were me, you, Barry please powers
: President Johnson had signed the stituents and this great nation. Whatdo IT CANNOT be done. There \

: : bill giving members of Congress a you say, men and ladies CHURCH NEWS are such things as dilemmasin

: : $7,500 increase in their annual pay. about stretching that out to say 21 Eastside Church of God in THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYSTJohnson's the international field, even

: : As an afterthought, the message hours a day and all of us pledgingthat Hatchet Christ will Creek have on a baptizing the Orange in as in our own personal af

: : bearer mentioned that lot of other hereafter we'll read
a every fig- Heights Road. The public is in- fairs. What are we to do?

: : government officials would get a ure in a least one section of the vited. Elder J. C. Carter, pas- President Johnson begins by

: : raise also. next appropriation bill. And I don't tor.Johnson Money accepting Cyprus as an
mean just the enacting clause either. Chapel Baptist American problem a great
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning -
A roar of applause and cheers reverberated mistake and then rushingoff 1
Worship 11 a.m. B. T. U.
: : through the chamber. As "My friends, as you and I well 6 p.m. Evening service 7:30 (9 WrwJrrk tTltttrl! cate a personal subject, on the name has repeatedly been to the United Nations for

: : it subsided, a tall, lean figure bear- know, this is a great big wealthyand p.m. Thursday Choir No. 1will By JAMES RESTON basis of incomplete informa- brought into these controversies a solution, much as one mightgo I

: : ing some resemblance to a states- generous country. No one's goingto rehearse at 7:30 p.m. Rev. tion, cannot any longer ignorethe and added to his rep- to Solomon always for-
: : man with a conscience got the attention suffer because a half dozen of us W. J. Taylor, pastor, Mrs. H. Mrs. Johnson-, accordingto mounting public discus- utation as a highly success- getting that the United Na-
Jones sion of the issue. Every arti-
.: :: of the presiding officer. happen to insert the same selfserving reporter.A publshed reports, seem to cle published on how the John- ful political manipulator.This tions is a procedure, not a

.1 bit of campaign propaganda into be getting richer and richer.In sons acquired the radio and is policy. The UN cannot abort a
: : "Gentlemen," he said, "and ladies. the Congressional Record on the same NOTE OF THANKSI May, U. S. News & World television interests in Austinis of course, precisely collision course between an

Now that we've got it in the bag, day. But let's try to cut down justa hereby extend thanks to all Report estimated their net reprinted by his political the reputation that the immovable object and an irresistible -
: : who comforted me during my holdings at over $7 million. In opponents and distributed President is trying to over-
what do you say we hustle around bit say no more than two or force. All it can do
stay in the hospital. Mrs. Jer- June, the Washington Star widely across the nation. come, and precisely the repu-
: : a bit and prove to the folks back three duplicates on the same day lene Gainey.IN made it $9 million, and this tation his political enemies are is jaw jaw, which to be sure

: : home that we're worth it? and prove that we're worth more week's Life Magazine puts it Accordingly, the issue of is preferable to war war.
: money to the taxpayers. at "approximately $14 mil- public disclosure by the Pres- trying to perpetuate. No mat-
I i MEMORIAMIn lion." ident is a legitimate topic of ter how adroitly he handles But its very attention to a
: : "How about seeing to it that these
loving memory of my comment and for a number of such crises as the attack on problem it cannot solve, is in-
: : seats are as well filled every day "How about skimping just a wee dear husband, Mr. Oliver This fortune, whatever its reasons.
the U. S. destroyers in Viet flammatory, Incitive to
: : when there is business to be conducted bit on those foreign junkets? Say Dean who passed away Aug. size, is gradually becomingan
13, 1961. Mrs. Lillie Mae Dean, underground issue in the The budget of the federal Nam, he is still widely retarded clinched fists and stagy rhetoric -
o. at like out in Paris
by this body as they are cutting a night or
wife and family.ANNOUNCEMENTS. election campaign. Each arti- government now totals almost mainly as a political wheeler by the contending pow-
: this moment? sponging on the ambassador's enter- cle implies that it was a mass- $100 billion, about half of and dealer, and, ironically ers. And of course, everyone
tainment allowance and a lot of those ed partly as a result of Johnson's which is for defense. The allocation -
even his astonishing suc- concerned continues to look to
: well that other salesman's tricks. .. political influence and of defense contractsnow
"I am aware every member traveling
{ with the Congress has
cess Washington for the lead.
The Harmonettesof Tur-
Gospel the White House answer to all often determines whether
: I
here is on some committee or contributed to this popular
Mt. Herman Baptist Church queries is merely that the major cities and even regionsof key says to us in effect: All
: other. I know there is mail to be "I think we're worth our salt, impression.IN .
will on a Talent Pro-
appear President has put everythingin the nation prosper econom- right, Yankees, we've stood by
: answered and signed. I'm familiar plus the raise. But I have to admit at the Shiloh Baptist
gram an irrevocable trust and has ically or decline, and the fight THIS situation even you, thick and thin, now let's
: with the demands of constituents for with sorrow that there are a few Church, High Springs, August no control over it whatever.NEVERTHELESS for these contracts has produced ,
of his closest friends test whether will
many you grant us
: a little help in this or that depart folks back home who still have a 20 at 8 p.m. The members are wholly new temptationsand and associates would like to
follows Misses Geneva Jor- reciprocal loyalty.I And
as :
the of inter-
ment. And I know well as do little 'show me' skepticism in the spec- disclosureof
: as you see him make a full
don, Mary Nelson, Marie Nel- ulation continues and it Is est for both executive a nd Greece says to us: Essentially
fences have to be mended back of their minds. What do his holdings and at least
: that kept you sen, Annie Hamilton, Azie likely to poison the atmos- legislative employes.THROUGHOUT the same thing.
; at home. say to getting out and hustling a Young and Mr. Jerome Scott. phere until the President authorizes lift the controversy out of the

bit to show them we're worth every Rev. N. A. Jackson, pastor, publication of the this i last level of speculation and into What would you do, if you

"But you and I know that half cent they're paying us? It would helpin Mrs. Deloris Davis, reporter. facts. year, the Senate has been en- the realm of fact. were Lyndon Johnson? Why

gaged in a savage controversy This would not, of course, could not a President say, '
the time we say is spent tending to the coming elections, too, by the This is what Senator Gold-
UNION WILL REHEARSEThe over charges of influence- remove the question from the Look, gentlemen, if the Cypriots -
those duties is actually passed in
way. water did. When Time
the of Rob-
he to
peddling on part campaign. Even if were
those comfortable leather chairs in Religious Choirs Union zine approached him about ert Baker, the former secre- instruct his trustees to sell cannot organize their Island

those two cloakrooms back there. The scene faded out in a deep will rehearse at the East New- his family's wealth, he told tary to the Democratic ma- the family's broadcasting interests so as to provide peace

.1 silence that was finally broken by port Aug. 18 Baptist at 8 Church Deacon, Monday Tom the Valley National Bank of jority in the Senate. Also, in it would no doubt be and justice for both Turks and
p.m. Phoenix, Ariz., to release a this same period, the Senate he had made financial Greeks, how can we force
said that a
: "We all know, too, that nine out the buzz of the alarm clock. Robinson, president, Mrs. Beatrice catalogue of the hold-
Neal family's has been in a turmoil over killing before he got them to do so? (It Is trouble-
reporter. ings, which totalled about $1.7 the allocation of a vast mili- out.
some to
enough arrange for
: t.. 'REVIVAL CONTINUESRev. million. tary airplane contract the both Turks and Greeks, how

I : II THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT W. D. Kent from States- Pending a similar disclo- TFX to a firm in Texas Nevertheless President, issues are at beyondthe stake can we force them to do so?
__ sure by Johnson, the news- rather than to another in the
(It is troublesome
__ boro, Ga., is conducting a revival here. Washington is trying to enough to
itive Baptist Church. The serv- within their rights to try to no time has there been caused by the live amicably together in
; Confusing Views ices are being well attended find out what they can about any charge that President fact that the federal govern Philadelphia, Miss issippl,

despite the inclement weather. how a man who has been on Johnson has used the White ment is more involved in the and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The public is invited. Rev. H. the public payroll for 33 years House to further his own financial life of the nation .)

On School Prayer K. Kinsey, pastor, Mrs. F. D. could build a fortune of any interests, or that, as economic than most of the large private
Shannon, reporter. i kind, but these reports are majority leader of the Senate, corporations put together.It THE UNITED States abjures -
necessarily based on in- he ever did anything illegal. isolationism when thatis

EVANGELISTIC SERVICESRev. complete information and But because the space agen- needs help in establishing taken to mean a lack of
: By DAVID LAWRENCE George Jones, evangelist leave a wide field for error cy and the TFX contract did new standards of official concern with foreign affairs or

II of Clermount is conductinga and political distortion. go to Texas, and because Rob- conduct in such a world, andit a blindness to the bearing of
WASHINGTON Justice responsible for much of the York has sponsored in this revival at Mt. Moriah Baptist Even the papers that do not ert Baker was his personal naturally looks to the Pres- foreign affairs on our own
.: William J. Brennan, Jr., of criticism because of their am- Instance." Church. The public is in choose to delve into so deli- protege in the Senate, his ident to set the example. essential interests. But our

the Supreme Court has, unwittingly biguous language, which now But the American people vited. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pas renunciation of isolationismdoes
0 : perhaps, stirred up has resulted in a movementto were given an entirely dif- tor. not require us to adjudicate
: : more controversy on the so- secure a constitutional ferent definition in a "con- every quarrel that takes
called prayer decisions of the amendment to permit volun- curring opinion" filed in the CHOIR PROGRAMThe DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS place in every corner of the

: : high court. Mr. Brennan, in tary prayers in public same case by a member of Religious Choir's Union globe. There is no reason at
and address in New York City schools. Nearly 150 amend- the majority, Justice Doug- will render a program in be- all to suppose that there resides

: : in the conference of chief justices ments have been drafted by las, who wrote: half of the UndenominationalChoir's in Washington, D. C.,

: : of the states, deplored lawyers and have been submitted "It is customary in decide Union at the Second any wisdom or experience superior -

the criticism which has been to the house committee ing a constitutional questionto Morning Star Baptist Church, Prudence and MobilityBy to that of Whitehall,
: : leveled at the court, and on the judiciary.It treat it in its narrowest Thursday Aug. 20. at 8 p.m. which failed to provide a solu

said: form. Yet at times the set Rev. W. D. Dennis, pastor, tion for Cyprus, nor a con-
: : "Criticism which is falsely is the contradictory na- ting of the question gives it Deacon Tom Robinson, presi- cern for peace greater than
premised, hostile, erosive and ture of the utterances of mem- a form and content whichno dent, Religious Choirs Union, WALTER LIPPMANN or Washington.There history cannot be sustained If that of the Greeks and Turks

: : destructive hardly serves no- bers of the Supreme Court itself abstract treatmentcould Bro. Elmo Dexter, presidentof There is a serious fightingin is no certainty that we do not use a shrewd and who stand to get shot in war.

ble ends." which really puzzles the give. The point for de- the Und e nominal nal three widely separated there will not be other thea- prudent diplomacy to econo-

: : Mr. Brennan said that lawyers public. Justice Black, for cision is whether the govern- Choirs Union, Mrs. Beatrice places in Southeast Asia, ters of disorder in Asia, Afri- mize the use of military force.In Proceed as you will gentle-

: : have a duty "to correct example, who wrote the ma- ment can constitutionally finance Neal, reporter. in Cyprus and in the Congo- ca and the Americas. Indeed, applying these principlesto men of Turkey and Greece:
those whose attacks jority opinion in June 1962, Asia have to and if you believe, either of
are a religious exercise. and in different degrees we the chances are that there Southeast we
: : founded upon exaggerated in the case which prohibitedNew Our system at the federal and LEAGUE ENDS are much involved in all of will be others. Wherever and remember that the only great you, that you can blackmailthis
and distorted notions of what York State from directing state levels Is presently honeycombed The Industrial and Church them. whenever a new theater of disorder military force China possessesis country into siding with
: : court has done." He added public school childrento and you, by threatening that you
a : with such financ League softball games have Our armed forces are di- appears, whenever her enormous army
will otherwise
the Soviet
: : "To take a specific and recite a particular prayer, ing. Nevertheless, I think it been discontinued for the remainder involved in SoutheastAsia. there is a new revolutionary that in a serious conflict she go to -
rectly Union for herewith
did with help
deal the
not ,
: : current example lawyers question is unconstitutional under- civil there will be be bound to it
as an of this season due to war, a pow- would use by
of other forms of In Cyprus our diplomacy notice that routine blackmailIs
; : well as laymen are fully en- religious taking whatever form it difficulties stemming from is erful suction pulling the attacking adjacent countries
some deeply involved. In
forever ended. The Greeks
voluntary or "
titled to voice their takes.
disagree- United States to intervention, which we have promised to
previous mishap. Competitionhas the Congo we much con- know what it like
otherwise, but merely put ina are is to countenance -
: : ment with our court's recent Then in a footnote to this and there will be powerful defend.
footnote which said: been drifting along all sea- cerned, though, fortunately, the Communists -
decisions concerning prayer same opinion, Justice Doug- son but not to a degree of sat we are not now involved at pressures here at home to EVERYONE realizes thatif after a bloody civil war's ex
: in the public schools. But "There is of course nothingin hs added a list of "aids toreligion" push us to intervention.As .
isfaction. Several of the teams first hand. notwithstanding NATO and perience. The Turks know
when such criticism departs the decision reached here at all levels of
: :, goveminent. have dropped out of the league The common factor in all the United States comes the United Nations and our what it would be like to yieldto
completely from what the that is inconsistent with the This included chap
: Court actually held and said fact that school children and lains in both houses of Con- making it more difficult to op- three situations is that they near to having a monopoloyof own diplomacy, Greece and the pressure of the great
erate on a smooth and normal the disposable military Turkey to war, the West- power that right on
in those cases, and accuses the others are officially encour- gress and in the armed serv- are the aftermath of the go presses
ices the addition order. breakdown of the old imperial power in the Western world, ern alliance will be deeply her northeast border .
: Court of having decreed the aged to express love for our of the word
removal of all vestiges of country by reciting historical "God" to the pledge of Al- For the Western Division, systems the French sys- we cannot afford to become shaken. As the United States The government of the

: religion from our public life- documents such as the Declaration legiance adopted by Congressand Duncan Brothers and Duval's tem in Indo China, the Brit- totally engaged in any one has the only mobile reserve United States must learn that
; : of chaplains from the armed of Independence use of the slogan "In Shoe Shop were the only teams ish system in the Eastern theater or to commit all our force in the Eastern Mediter- solutions to problems between

services, opening pray e r s which contain references to God We Trust" by the Treas- remaining. Bartley Temple Mediterranean and the Belgian reserves in one place. For that ranean, American responsibility powers within the Western alliance -

: from legislative sessions, 'In the deity or by singing officially ury Department. seem to have recaptured the system in Central Africa. reason our intervention, whenit for maintaining a balanceof not only cannot come
God We Trust' from the coins espoused anth e ms This contradiction betweentwo leading post of Eastern Di- cannot be avoided, must power in Europe will be in- automatically from Washington -

). -when the criticism is directed which include the composer's justices who voted for vision over Sunland Training THE END of the empireshas be limited, measured and always creased. often desired solutions do

t: at this wholly distorted professions of faith in a supreme the majority decision has led Center, Russell's Barber Shop, left a vacuum of power directed to a political Since we are carrying virtually not suggest themselves 'precisely -

r version of the Court's being, or with the fact to a fear that in later cases and a team out of High Springswho which the liberated peoples solution rather than to a military the whole burden of for so long as Washington -

decision, I suggest that it is that there are many mani- the Supreme Court might ban replaced Lincoln Estates.We have not yet mustered the victory and unconditional maintaining a balance of power tacitly consents t 0 standin
irresponsible criticism." festations in our public life the use of the name of the hope that the 1965 season strength or found the political surrender.We in Asia, we cannot afford the wings ready to play
But Justice Brennan has by of belief in God. Such patri- deity in governmental docu- will provide for a more whole- maturity to fill without foreign are very powerful. But lavishly to overcommit our- judge. If the Turks and the

i no means clarified the situa- otic or ceremonial occasions ments and ceremonies and some program for the women as aid. The cold war is in we are not so powerful that selves by signing blank checkson Greeks were told to solve

: (Moo. He has failed to point bear no true resemblance to end the employment of chap- well as for the men and boys. lane part a conflict about we can commit all our re our military power. We their own problems, it is altogether l-

ent that the members of the the unquestioned religious ex- lains in governmental serv- Harold Acosta, Supv. of Recre- whether the vacuum shall be serves. The role which we have signed too many of them probable that t h s/

Court themselves have been ercise that the State of New ices. ation. filled by Moscow or Peking. have to play in this period of already. would.r .

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by Willie Lea Strong 305 SW tth Ave,, check. Gobel Jack Mullins, no address' madat Paul E. Austen 1 ?
II worthless check. listed. disorderly conduct. George A. '05 NW 41st Ave., worthless check. !
Pleaded not guilty: Carl R. Kopp. Peoples withholding support. Richard C. 9
Hines City Improper passing. Beverly Scott no address listed beating motel ,
Smith Dawson Indian Rocks Beach, following 'bill. Earl M. Spencer 2213 NE 3rd Ave.. 17 RestaurantsAre r
too closely. worthless check Joseph H. Waters 424 CAPE KENNEDY (AP) Syncom 3 Is to execute sever- lite.
the SUN Pleaded gullfyj Robert Edward Love SE 2nd St., three charges of worthless Plans have been made to use al
129 NE 22nd St.. reckless driving traffic check. ,. IntegratedST. the tricky maneuvers requiring Three such satellites equally
school and S20 costs. Eric Charles -marges- disposed er by fudge In chanv o Syncom 3 communications about 12 days to settle into a 'spaced around the
I' van Middelem, 1716 NW Uth Ave., bers: Nancy Elizabeth Richardson. Ft. satellite for equator would
POLICE FIRE speeding traffic school and S20 costs Lauderdale violation of driver's license AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) transmission of stationary orbit 22,300 miles be required for worldwide communications
REPORT xas and Frances Winston Murphree Arthur James Williams. Hawthorne. operating restriction. Lucille Olympic television
Lawrence from
'. Gainesville. no address Seventeen St. Augustine pictures above the Pacific Ocean inter-
Accident an unsafe vehicle. $25 or U days.Ethel listed worthless check. res- coverage.To .
Roundup COURT OF RECORD Mae Filer. Alachua, assault andbattery Forfeitures: Don A. Beschornea. MId- taurants under federal court order Japan to the United States, Can- section of the Equator and the
Criminal DispositionsAug 550 or 30 days. Harold Sores I dletown Ohio. no valid driver's license ada and dramatize space communications I
Involved in accidents reported 5. 1t64 son St. Petersburg no valid driver's license S35. C. D. Deen. 4700 SW Archer Rd., to integrate have served Ne- Europe. international date line. systems U. S. and .

by the Gainesville Police D; rown.Charges 1421 SW dismissed 12th Ave.: ,How.boat not r d reg-M. Leon. 120 McCoy or five Bell.days.1102 NE 26th Ter., 4700 fishing SW without Archer a license Rd., fishing S25. Mary without Deen a groes. The National Aeronautics and Its primary purpose is to fur- interests are, spending Japanese ,

partment and Alachua Count. opeland tered CO 2157 costs NW paid fth). Ave.Evan. no Leonard validriver's assault Jasper and Jr.battery, Alachua, ISO or worthless 30 days.check Perry license.Ruble S25.Frazier. Lake Butler allowing Signs posted in at least two Space Administration plans to ther check the feasibility of using about $600,000 to televise the

Sheriff's Office in the past 2 arid drivers license license.Joshua L. Edwards no! restitution, and $20 costs. Charles Jordan unauthorized person to drive. 139. Roland restaurants say, "money received launch the complex satellite at stationary communications Oct. 10-24 Olympic Games in Tokyo i

hours were: nge Lake no current Willie boat registration.Gillls Or- costs.worthless check, restitution and $20 I Mario Jerard Geraldi E. Johnson Sarasota Kokomo, soeedmo Ind,. fish-<3I \. from Negroes will be donated 6:45: a. m. (EST) Tuesday atopa satellites, which appear to hang to the United States, if Syn r
Wallace L. Graver Auburndale. no Ancll Council Tetstone Jr., to TAD ,
va- Starke rocket.
wanton -
Robert C. Cooper Jr., 133f 'd driver's license. Henry Hampton Herr and willful reckless driving S50 or Ing without a license, S25. campaignfund. permanently over one spot on com 3 IS successful.The I
ell. Brooker no valid driver's license. 30 I John Matcnett Pine Castle no lifesaving Arizona Sen. Barry Gold- TAD stands the earth because
days. for Thrust-Aug- they travel at
NW 21st Ave., about three device on boat VO. John Kenneth U. S. Communications
Mary Smith. 1121 NE 11th St.,
Id driver's license. no ve Charges continued: Michael, Joseph Melton, Rt. 2. failure to have vehicle water is the Republican presi- ,mented Delta, consists of a the same relative speed as the
miles east of Gainesville on S.R. Plaseckl 411 NW 15Th St. speeding. Lon- under control. S50. R. B. Model-/ Satellite Corp. (COMPSAT) is
Capias Issued for the arrest of: Annie Isle Barnes 517 NE 15th St., two charges Ion. without dential nominee. three Delta earth rotates. I
fishing a license S25. Racine stage rocket with
329-B about 12:45: a.m. yesterday Jo Cain Alachua no valid driver's IItense. ''of possession of a fraudulent drivers IIcells. M. Nassau. 1404 NE 3rd Ave., reckless paying $250,000 for modificationof
James Raymond rlelland 3301 SW .- Teams of Negroes completed three solid fuel rockets
strappedto Television
driving S150. Decatur.Ga. telephone
Grady Ogle
Rocky Point Rd. no valid driver's Emory Greene 210 teletype, at Point Mugu. Calif
license. 1' SE 41th St worth-, .. speeding S35. Albert Oliver, Ocala' !the testing
Mary F. Johnson, Rt 4, and Robert Francis Hagan Jackson- less check. H. E. Greene 210 SE 4lth operating an unsafe vehicle' S35. Wednesday, the first stage to nearly dou- radio and photo transmission to receive the Olympic TV pictures
: ville. speeding. Paul Lee. Newberry. al"DIXIE St., two charges of worthless check."DIXIE Grover C. Peoples Gainesville, drunk. there were no incidents. ble the thrust. tests are planned with the I
Barney J. JaniaK, Ocala, satel-. via Svnrnm 5.
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about one mile south of Gaines

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Ave., and William J. Brennan,

3001 SE Hawthorne Rd., at E. IW 8CHQO

Univ. Ave. and 2nd St. at 12:50

p.m. yesterday.

Mack L. Casey, 2825 NE 10th I

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3003 NE 11th Drive, at NE 28th 7I

Ave. and 11th Ter. at 12:50 p.m.

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Martha L. Peacock, 518 NE for fashion ideas old favorites!
Shop department new
1st St., and Andrew P. Sage, every .

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At 3:20: p.m. yesterday, brok 'st& ..
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, August 13, 1764 "\ i

SmatUers The AnnIversary --of"' Berlin Wall ., J I I

The Torah--Most Backs Bill

BERLIN (AP) West Germans -Wednesday night In a radio and calls the wall a justified defense tration of hatred against the
For paid homage today to the television broadcast addressed against a fascist invasion, ha vail. Police fought with some 1,.
AgedMIAMI memory of 53 persons who died to both East and West Germans.The .I charged that Brandt's appeal 500) rioters who tried without
trying to flee across the Communist mayor declared: "We could result in a setback to thu success to reach the wall at one
(AP) Sen. George I
Sacred To JewsThis wall that has divided want to unite in thought we,far unsuccessful negotiations to of its crossing points.
j Smathers, D-Fla., said today he East Berlin from West Berlin Berliners. We Germans this I permit West Germans to pass
was co-sponsoring a bill to.increase -for the past three years. side and the other side of the through the wall and visit their Last Christmas thousands of I i
employment opportunities Mayor Willy Brandt laid wall which divides us but never- relatives in East Berlin. The West Berliners surged into East
is the last of two
for older citizens.In wreaths on memorials along a theless has not torn us apart." Reds say observance of thewall's Berlin for joyous and tearful family -
ticles on "What is a Jew," In part of the 26-mile wall on its Brandt said the hour of silence third anniversary is designed reunions.
WHAT OURRELIGIONS a statement issued at Mi- third anniversary. He also hon- "will be a sign to the whole' to foment cold war
the Sun's continuing serieson ami, Smathers said he and Sen. ored 52 other persons who paid world that we will not com: hatreds. Sabbath Services

the nation's major faiths, i Jennings Randolph, D-W.Va., with their lives attempting to promise with the wall but that'I During observance of thewall's Sabbath services at the Con
F would introduce today the "older cross the Iron Curtain border we will overcome the senseless gregation B'Nai Israel will be
"What Our Religions Are." Workers Employment Act of between East and West Ger separation to serve a reasonable' second anniversary, an held Friday at 8 p.m. at the
0 t 1964," a five year program many. peace." I II angry crowd of West Berliners synagogue, SW Second Ter-

By MORRIS N. NERTZNERWhat \ AREof older aimed people at stimulating jobs for East German border guards,I The Communist press, which,clashed with police in a demon- race and SW Second Place.

showing signs of nervousness,
is the Torah? j I "Estimates given our committee fired 160 flares during the night.

The word "Torah" is used in indicate that 20,000 retired The flares are used to illuminatethe
"Torah" men and women could be em- wall. Police said the guards
two ways. Broadly, Rabbi Israel Salanter, whc )f America without any ifs, ployed during each of the five appeared to be in a state of
means a way of life. It is synonymous -failed to appear for worshil ands or buts. years of the program's opera- alert.
wisdom I
with learning -one Yom Kippur eve. His con- tion," said Smathers' statementIn West German police were
love of God. Without this To the Jew, the state of Israel -
gregation was frantic, for it ready for a possible riot similarto
life has neither meaning nor is the ancestral home of addition to :setting up a
was inconceivable that one that broke out at lastyear's
value. beloved rabbi would be absenton his forefathers, the birthplaceof study of employment for the retired anniversary.
I his faith and his Bible. It the bill provides a small
More narrowly, the Torah is this holiest night. is the haven for over a mil- appropriation to be used by the Brandt placed the wreaths on I I

the beautiful, handprinted After a long search, they lion Jews -after the agoniesand Bureau of Employment Security simple wooden crosses bound
scroll of the Five Books of found him in the barn of a nightmares and murdersof in defraying the expenses of volunteer with barbed wire in tribute to
Moses (the Bible from Genesisto Christian neighbor. On his wayto the past 20 years. community groups work- four of the victims who at-.
Deuteronomy) which is hous- the synagogue, the rabbi. ing to find employment for old- tempted to breach the wall
ed in the Ark of the synagogue.A had found his neighbor's calf,I Surely, it is not surprisingthat er workers, Smathers said. three years ago. I i s J
Israel has great and Nearly 20,000 persons have
Torah is lost and tangled in the brush. spe-
of the
the barriers to
portion broken through
meaning for Jews all over
Sabbath He had freed the calf tenderly Avocados
read aloud every the world. Nor is it surprisingthat freedom since the wall was be-
worship. The worshiper and brought it back to its 13 1961. There
during the and the gun on Aug. ,
courage pioneering
stands when the Torah is talc stall. The rabbi's prayer was of the people of Israel Now FrozenSANTA were no reports of escaped to- NEW ASSOCIATES HOME
out of the Ark. A pious Jew his act of mercy.
en have won the respect of men day.Another
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the fringes of the shawl to his Rosh Hashanah means from political loyalty. Many.fresh. Erected by the Communist regime Why wait for the improvements your home person. Your request, large or small, will
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object in Jewish worship Days of Penitence during to the land of their I cooperative any it has found a of refugees to the West, the wall Financing Plan will provide the money you dence. Write or telephone the Associates
Throughout history, men which mankind "passes in fathers. But their political Joy to freeze says them. And the has become a bitter symbol of a need today! The Associates offer "Look- office near you for an appointment. Over
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What is Yom Kippur? aspirations to their con- NEXT: "What is a Lutheran Wednesday it will test market against the right to self-deter INC.
Yom Kippur means "Day of duct during the year which ," Part I. frozen avocados wrapped in mination written in the United ,
has just ended. plastic bags starting next Nations Charter, against the
Atonement the last of the of (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Maga- month in New York, Chicagoand securing of peace," West German 1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE..372.2551
Ten Days of Penitence. It is The Rosh Hashanah zines and Broadcasting Inc.) Dallas. Mayor Willy Brandt said.
marked the Jewish
marked by 24 hours of prayer ------ --- -
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and fasting, during
worshiper (and the congregation -nah prayers is one which asks
collectively) recounts the the Lord to hasten the day when
"all men shall come to serveThee"
catalogue of human transgres-
sions-pride, greed, jealousy, when mankind will These are America's fabulous new '
vanity, lust, and so on. be joined in universal brotherhood ,
under the Fatherhood of
Throughout this day runs the

prayer: "Father, we have sin- God. DIAMOND RINGS and WATCHES
ned before Thee." .

Judaism stresses that prayeris Is an American Jew's first

grace.not the Equally sole avenue important to God's: in loyalty to Israel or America? ;p with the name yon can trust for Quality: I

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Morris N. Kertzer, rabbi of the Larchmont Tem-
ple Larchmont, New York, is a former presidentof .c : >
the National Association of Jewish Chaplainsin
the Armed Forces. In World War II, he receivedthe 1I r 1> r.
Bronze Star Medal for "meritorious achieve-
ment" as chaplain on the Anzio beachhead. He
was formerly director of interreligious activitiesfor .
the American Jewish Committee and has lec- a
tured throughout the United States on religious
education and interfaith cooperation.He .
has served as chairman of the Social Action
Commission of the Synagogue Council of Americaand
is presently Chairman of the Church-State
Commission of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and a member of the executive r
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. Near Tragedy Thing of Past for Two Hazleton Miners .g I

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HAZLETON, Pa. (AP) A Fellin, 59, of nearby Sheppton,I "Have I changed? No, I don't Although both had vowed ne- During the past year Fellin, a call for a memorial to Bova to
\1'.J1' year ago today the roof of the and Throne, 29, of Hazleton, think so," he said before start- ver to return to the mines part owner of the mine, was oft- be erected there. UCB
, Oneida No. 2 hard coal mine since the glare of the limelight ing a vacation trip. "I was justa again, both eventually went en called to court as the state
near here gave way 300 feet underground passed? pick-and-shovel man before, back for a while. Throne also "I'd like to keep my end of
I trapping David Fel! Friends say the two seldom and I'm still a pick and shovel worked as a bartender, and now explored ways to recover the bargain and recover Bova's
.f lin, Henry Throne and Louis speak of the event now. And man." he's a construction worker. Fel- Bova's body. Eventually it was body," said Fellin recently,
Bova. :only rarely do they see each Right after the rescue Fellin lin drives a bus. decided to close the mine forever -"but I don't have any money, so, For
Fourteen days later Fellin other. and Throne appeared on televi-, The mine site, about a mile leaving Bova buried. Plans how can I go about it?" I Our Personal
and Throne were hoisted to Throne says he seldom thinksof sion, told their stories nationwide -'from Fellin's home, is quiet
j r safety through a newly drilled the ordeal, adding: "It's pret- in print, and made many now, in marked contrast to the I
20-inch shaft as people around ty well kept out of my mind." speaking engagements. Gradu- frenzied round-the-clock activityof AT CLARKE'SSuggest -
the world waited anxiously for Fellin says the experiencemay ally the invitations to speak tap- rescuers and the almost con- Brand of Service I II
every development have sobered him some but ered off. Cards and letters, oncea stant roar of the giant drill that
I 1 What_has life been like for has not changed him basically. flood, became a trickle. reached the men a year ago. .I I I I
you try We Want You To

1:1 Secret Service Agent Convicted THINK GOODY EARS COST MORE II
: Know Our Employees! .

t: CHICAGO (AP) U.S. Atty. jects the outrageous charges Bolden to 6 years. He could I ice in 1960. He was assigned to I Famous NylonAllWeather r '. '1 I Ii
Edward V. Hanrahan has hailed made by the defendant and con- have sentenced him to 25 years I!the White House guard in Hy-' H '' 42"
I the conviction of Secret Service firms the public's belief in the annis Port, Mass., during June
+ 1 ,Agent Abraham Bolden as absolute integrity of the U.S.Lin| prison and fined him $15,000;!and July 1961.Rancher. z, with TUFSYN i t !!aI
clearing the integrity of the U.S. Secret Service," Hanrahan told I Iplus three times the amount of:I "" 3-T Nylon cord gives this tire tt 1
I' Secret Service. newsmen. (I I the $50,000 payment sought, a:, Dies greater my-line strength tires. And than Tufsjn other econo is the I t .:
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I'I' was the second trial for Bol- ST. ( ) -i .
dent, was convicted and sen- charges he made against the den Clyde J. Keys, 66-year-old mil-, t I I I NOW
with the first ending in a
tenced to six in and the
Secret Service
years prison government lionaire and clerk of the circuit: JUST
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' ernment evidence in a counter- Bolden, 29, made his He Whitewalls only $2.00 more TubTyp .
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. Near Tragedy Thing of Past for Two Hazleton Miners -

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HAZLETON, Pa. (AP) A Fellin, 59, of nearby Sheppton, "Have I changed? No, I don't Although both had vowed never During the past year Fellin, a call for a memorial to Bova tc
\1 year ago today the roof of the and Throne, 29, of Hazleton, think so," he said before start- to return to the mines part owner of the mine, was oft- be erected there. UCBFor
Oneida No. 2 hard coal mine since the glare of the limelight ing a vacation trip. "I was justa again, both eventually went en called to court as the state !
near here gave way 300 feet underground passed? pick-and-shovel man before, back for a while. Throne also "I'd like to keep my end o:
t trapping David Fel-I Friends say the two seldom and I'm still a pick and shovel worked as a bartender, and now explored ways to recover the bargain and recover Bova's
1 lin, Henry Throne and Louis 'speak of the event now. And man." he's a construction worker. Fel- Bova's body. Eventually it was body," said Fellin recently
Bova. only rarely do they see each Right after the rescue Fellin lin drives a bus. decided to close the mine forever "but I don't have any money, show 0
Fourteen days later Fellin other. and Throne appeared on televi- The mine site, about a mile leaving Bova buried. Plans can I go about it?" Our Personal
I and Throne were hoisted to Throne says he seldom thinks sion, told their stories nation- from Fellin's home, is quiet
j safety through a newly drilled of the ordeal, adding: "It's pret-I wide in print, and made many now, in marked contrast to the|
20-inch shaft as people around ty well kept out of my mind. speaking engagements. Gradu- frenzied round-the-clock activity I AT CLARKE'SSuggest Brand
;. the world waited anxiously for Fellin says the experiencemay I ally the invitations to speak tap- of rescuers and the almost con-, of ServiceWe
I every development have sobered him some but ered off. Cards and letters, oncea stant roar of the giant drill that
i: What has life been like for has not changed him basically. flood, became a trickle. reached the men a year ago.
I .
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It Secret Service Agent Convicted THINK COODYEARS COST MORE't I Know Our Employees! .

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the conviction of Secret Service firms the public's belief in the I annis Port, Mass., during June
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Secret Service. $50,000 payment sought, a
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t ,Bolden, the first Negro ever He said it was to Bolden's cre- total of $165,000.It I toughest rubber Goodyear has ever
assigned to guard a U.S. PresI-I'I dit that he "apologized for the was the second trial for Bol-I PETERSBURG (AP) -I I used in auto tires. .
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Wednesday of trying to sell gov-:ment in general." hung jury. court here, died Wednesday'i 6.70 x 15 Black
ernment evidence in a counter- Bolden, 29, made his apology He was convicted on three night of a heart attack. I Whitewatis only $2.00 more and Tube-Type acceptable
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"The verdict completely re- Judge Perry then sentenced Bolden joined the Secret Serv- death of Avery W. Gilkerson. ', nected with each loon is not
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Near Tragedy Thing of Past for Two Hazleton Miners I -

HAZLETON Pa. (AP) A Fellin, 59, of nearby Sheppton,! "Have I changed? No, I don't Although both had vowed never During the past year Fellin, a call for a memorial to Bova to
\1 year ago today the roof of the and Throne, 29, of Hazleton, think so," he said before start- to return to the mines part owner of the mine, was often be erected there. UCB
Oneida No. 2 hard coal mine since the glare of the limelight ing a vacation trip. "I was justa again, both eventually went called to court as the state
near here gave way 300 feet underground passed? pick-and-shovel man before, back for a while. Throne also "I'd like to keep my end of I
; trapping David Fel- Friends say the two seldom I and I'm still a pick and shovel worked as a bartender, and now explored ways to recover the bargain and recover Bova's
.i lin, Henry Throne and Louis speak of the event now. And man." he's a construction worker. Fel- Bova's body. Eventually it was body," said Fellin recently, I
Bova. I only rarely do they see each Right after the rescue Fellin lin drives a bus. decided to close the mine forever "but I don't have any money, so For Our
Fourteen days later Fellin other. and Throne appeared on televi- The mine site, about a mile leaving Bova buried. Plans how can I go about it?" Personal
and Throne were hoisted to' Throne says he seldom thinksof sion, told their stories nation- ,from Fellin's home, is quiet,
I safety through a newly drilled' the ordeal, adding: "It's pret- wide in print, and made many now, in marked contrast to the 1 I
20-inch shaft as people around ty well kept out of my mind." speaking engagements. Gradu- frenzied round-the-clock activity: AT CLARKE'SSuggest -
the world waited anxiously for Fellin says the experiencemay ally the invitations to speak tap- of rescuers and the almost con- Brand of ServiceWe
every development have sobered him some but ered off. Cards and letters, oncea stant roar of the giant drill that
What has life been like for,has not changed him basically. flood, became a trickle. reached the men a year ago.It .
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; CHICAGO (AP) U.S. Atty. jects the outrageous charges Bolden to 6 years. He could ice in 1960. He was assigned to \\ Famous Nylon kw.rt
Edward V. Hanrahan has hailed made by the defendant and con- .I have sentenced him to 25 years the White House guard in Hy- '1 AII-Weather 42"
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agents assigned to guard Presi- eyes as he stood before Judge head of a counterfeitingring. Keys clerk of the circuit courtin I processes FHA and VA
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: COULDN'T WAIT \When Cuban Exile Mothers Rejoin ChildrenBy I most Service of Bureau their cases., a nondenominational Children's-

I ... public agency, sees after
Protestant children. The He-
TO GET ARRESTED"I THEODORE A. EDIGER afraid." They were 12 when Lillian Colson, Cuban program growing up with Americans, and I gration slackened. But childrenstill brew Immigrant Aid Society

MIAMI (AP) "Mama, don't they left Cuba three years ago. supervisor of the Children's adjusting quickly," a social arrive almost daily, most of finds homes for Jewish emi

want to turn myself In," I Gorman, 21, of 812 NW 18th you know" me any more? I'm Msgr. Bryan 0. Walsh, Miami Service Bureau. worker observed.By them now with their parents. gres.

the caller said about 2:30 this Ave., that a police car would be Juan. director of Catholic Welfare More than 16,000 unaccompanied the summer of 1961 arriv- Nearly all come in small boats,
I It had been three since Some of the refugeeslive
morning to Gainesville Police right out.Within years children have arrived in young
Capt. R. T. AngeL five minutes, Gorman Juan's mother sent him to the Service and a leader in finding Miami since late 1960, when the als of unaccompanied children a hazardous escape route. in foster homes. Others,
foster for
'I called again. United States to escape commu- care unaccompaniedCuban averaged 200 weekly. Some 2,500 unaccompanied such as 700 in Miami, are under
Fidel Castro to
"For what? Angel demanded. children swing
related these re- children remain under foster
nist indoctrination in Cuba. He group care. They are kept
I "He wanted to know why wehadn't Communism became apparent. When plane service betweenthe
"For in Ward's Super cent incidents. He said such care. Since Cubans are predomi- busy with sports, music,
breaking gotten there yet, Angel was 13 then, much bigger now. Parents fearful would games
Market," the man said. His mother, who had arrived drama occurs frequently in this'I, United States and Cuba nantly Roman Catholic, the I and work to ward off homesickness. -

Since the grocery was bur- said.Latest reports had Gorman from Cuba by way of Mexico to, the child emigre movement, one of their grow up youngsters to be communists to the United, sent stopped in October, 1962, the mi- Catholic Welfare Service handles I .

glarized May 17, Angel quickly still undergoing questioning at join him, nearly crushed him in' largest in American history. States;hoping I> to join them lateror I I

assured the caller, Robert G. ;the police station. embrace when she finally recog- One Cuban boy, 8 when he left to return them after Castro's:

nized him in crowded Miami In- home, became so attached to his overthrow. I i

ternational Airport. American foster that he
parents TIME IS MONEY.
Violence ReturnsTo Another Cuban mother, reunited wanted to remain with them These temporary "orphans"exile .
and than 80,000 other
with her twin sons, shook her when his mother arrived three more !;
Cuban children, who are with,
head and said have ;
"They |years later. He asked social
their parents, have scattered i
grown so much, I am a little workers
to little foster
a throughout the United States. 'I If You Have A Room, ApartmentOr
N.J. StreetsBy boy here.for" my mother so I can stay Thousands have reached adult-;

No SurgeryFor hood in exile. Other thousands, !i House to Rent
Adjustment was made, how born in exile, are American citi. REMEMBER-A rental COSTS
CHRIS MINICLIER injuries. About a half-dozen Ne- ever, and the refugee is happy zens. | vacancy /

ELIZABETH, N. J. (AP) -. groes and whites were injuredin TeddyBOSTON with his mother, reported Mrs. "A young Cuban generation is''!
Youths armed with gasoline Paterson, but none was hospitalized YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit

bombs, bottles, rocks and bricks
(AP-Sen. EdwardM.
rioted in a multiracial neighbor- I !
hood of Elizabeth and smashedcar Sixteen adults and two ju-: Kennedy, D-Mass., will not TERMITE
veniles, mostly Negroes, were require an operation on his back
and store windows in a Ne-
arrested as disorderly personsin which was broken in a plane Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
gro district of Paterson Wednes-
crash June 19 team of doc-
Elizabeth. ,
day night and early today. tors said today.Dr. .a 'SAFETY EVERY DAY until It Is rented:

Helmeted policemen with Twenty-three Negroes, includ- Herbert D. Adams
ing six juveniles, were arrestedin IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:
restored order i
nightsticks n geon in chief of New England
both cities early today. It was Paterson. One woman, arrested Baptist Hospital, said the I .:; t: $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day

the second night in a row in as she allegedly preparedto youngest brother of the late K .:.::. ECK-UP I
violence broke in the throw a garbage can througha .......,)} :::::
which out window President John F. Kennedy is ... ;:' ;:"'" $50 per mo. . $1.66perday
was charged with :::::;
two northern New Jersey cities making "excellent progress, a ''':'':::' NO

about 20 miles apart. inciting a riotPaterson really remarkable recovery." '.:4! .dW' OBLIGATIONWHATSOEVER I $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day

Elizabeth police tore into a Police Chief John 0' The doctor said, however,

crowd of young Negroes shortly Brien estimated that between .that Kennedy will have to spend Termites could be working day and $60 pr mo. . $2.00 per day
night to
200 and 300 store windows
were six months in the stretcher-like
before 2 a.m., subduing some of destroy your home! They work silently but swiftly.
the youths with sticks, firing broken in the Fourth Ward. A frame in which he is immobi- They can be stopped if you ACT NOW. Let a $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day
into the air, and making ar flaming gasoline bomb struck a lized. He has been in an orthopedic graduate entomologist from Florida Pest Control

rests. The brief battle followed bus, but caused little damage.Two bed ever since the accI- inspect your home. FRFP: inspection and estimate. $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day

bombarding of at least three police newspapermen photog- dent. I '

cars with bottles, near rapher Mel Finkelstein and reporter Dr. George Hammond, an orthopedic $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day
misses on several motorcycle Mike Pearl of the New surgeon, estimated j buln 'Pd

police, a flaring gas bomb that York Journal-American suffered -that sometime in January Kennedy $80 per mo. .... $2.66 per day
lit up an intersection and the ex- cuts and bruises when a will be able to return to: }

plosion of firecrackers. brick flew through their car "adult activity." :1 CONTROLNowisth. $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day

Elizabeth hospitals reported window in Paterson. Man ClearedA .

treating eight persons for minor I Some 150 policemen scoured time to have AND $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day

halls and alleys in the Negro Negro man was arrested home CHEMICAL CO.
district for hit-and-run bands of early this morning for investi- your $95 per mo. .-. $3.16 per day

In The youths who hurled empty wine gation of prowling but later

bottles. cleared, Police Chief W. D. Joiner Convenient monthly $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day
said. SAFETY payments
Paterson Mayor Frank X.
The arrest, at 1:12 in the
Graves, at the scene, said he a.m. I O Continuous
Capitol would decide today whether to 200 block of SW 2nd Ave., was maintenance CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR

I impose a curfew for the coming just routine "nothing spe- V contract
'weekend. cial," Chief Joiner said. The
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.missed him Bottles on several narrowly oc .man's general physical appear- CHECKED 20 N.W. 16th Ave. SUN RENTAL WANT ADS

Winston L. Prouty, R-Vt., has casions. ance matched that of a terror- Phone FR 6-2661
asked Congress to ban publica- ist wanted for attacks on women -

tion or release of national elec-:: Graves called the disturb- here recently. I .--
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polls have closed. (break" than those of Tuesday 8 o 0 0 oo
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night.In .
And, in a similar move, Sen. 3 .
Pierre Salinger, D-Calif., is ask- Elizabeth, the brief riot cli- 0 FAMOUS BRAND NAMES i
ing Congress to go on record as maxed a tense night in which an : is s
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opposed to broadcast of elec- estimated 500 Negroes and ;

tronic vote projections this year whites congregated at one point 0 4 /4
until all voting has ended.In near the Pioneer homes, a low- 0 'I
income project. BEDDINGCLEARANCE
introducing his bill 0
Wednesday, Prouty cited the Gasoline bombs flew from .
section of the Constitution that atop and behind the project, and D Joo

gives' Congress authority over exploded windows in the street. Store 0 OF FACTORY CLOSE-OUTS, ODDS AND ENDS, WAREHOUSE SURPLUS,
the conduct of national electionsfor

president, vice president and Twenty standby police cars
members of Congress. screeched into the area. Officers -

Salinger made his proposal in alighted, firing pistol u
the'form of a concurrent resolu- shots in the air and wielding :o C

tion that would express Con- nightsticks. It took them only FAMOUS SIMMONS INNERSPRING MATTRESS
gre s' views but would have no minutes to clear away knots of
binding effect. Negroes. The streets quieted as
Because of the large numberof suddenly as they had erupted.

states electoral where votes the in polls Eastern close InHistory Here is a value that cannot be duplicated : $
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iFOLLOWING. LBJ Vows Effort to Halt ViolenceNEW Find FSU Students Missing ,j, i

The YORK (AP) -President peace. There is no place in our I handed over to Communist tyr-progress toward equality and, ( I
Two Florida State University I
_I Campaign Johnson pledges that federal system for a national: anny." at the same time, promise racial -
students, missing for three days 1
where help is needed his administration -police force. i them-
He said there are some who peace are deluding in Glacier National Park, have I
will work with local advocate "reckless action" in selves and the people. Orderly
"But where help is needed or been found tired and hungry but
authorities to halt acts of violence Federal law is violated, we shall Viet Nam. progress, exact enforcement of:unharmed. "

.II j i The Soviet whether in the North or be there. We will work together He mentioned no names, but law, are the only path towardan A ranger said the pair were .... ]
Unity Wall South. I to punish all such lawbreakers, said: "No one who commandsthe end of racial strife. hiking slowly down a forest !
He told the American Bar As- whether they be murderers in power of nuclear weaponscan He said the civil rights law of trail when located Wednesday. .

View of U.S.Elections sociation Wednesday: "No per-I the countryside, or hooded night escape his responsibility for 1964 will be enforced and citi- Malcolm Campbell and William -, "

son, whatever his grievance, riders on the highways, or hood- the life of our people and their zens must observe it. Wattenberg, both 19, of.
Still Has CracksHERSHEY can be allowed to attack the lums in the cities." children. It has never been the Johnson flew here from Wash- Tallahassee, had been missing w
right of American to be ington and returned three hours ""-
I Johnson also reasserted the policy of any American presi- !since Monday when they failed
secure in his home, his shop and dent to systematically place in later. I to return from a hike along the",
intention of the United II
to I
Pa. (AP) saying he's now behind the tic- in his streets. We will not -I,
Nl'wlark iUt1'1I permit hazard the life of this nation by rugged Divide Trail to Dawson.-1"
Many Republican leaders saw ket. achieve orderly settlement of ,
America to be- Market
part '-""
any nuclear No Egg Pass.
threatening war.
t tCampbell's
MOSCOW Who will win the disputes in Viet Nam and Cy-
today in Sen. Barry Goldwater'sunity Goldwater told a news confer- come a jungle where the weak American president has ever father, Dr. Lau-
political struggle in the United manifesto a stride toward ence his unity drive is three are the prey of the strong and prus. pursued so irresponsible a JACKSONVILLE (AP) The rence R. Campbell, Is a mem-__ I
States the aggressive reactionary -party solidarity but some weeks ahead of schedule. He the many. "It is our duty," he said, "to course. Northeast Florida Egg Market ber of the FSU faculty. -

the West and neomillionaires Southwest the of cracks still showed on the foun- said the party is as solid now as "Such acts must be stoppedand help settle any conflict which "Our firmness at moments of prices to retailers: Wattenberg's mother, M r s.:

4 entrenched monopolies of or the dation the GOP presidential he had hoped it would be by punished whether they might erupt into a wider arena. crisis has always been matched Extra large 4549, mostly Thelma Wattenberg, said Wile

Northeast that can afford to nominee is out to build. Sept. 1."We occur in Mississippi or in New "Some say we should withdraw -. by restraint our determination 48-49; large 4347, mostly 45- liam was in an area new to both

curtail militarism? Former President Dwight D. now have, I believe, only York. from South Viet Nam. But by care." 46; medium 35K-41, mostly 38; boys, but they had hiked in the. %

These the terms in which Eisenhower sounded the unity two senators and a few con- "Under our Constitution, the the United States cannot and Concerning racial strife in small 28-33, mostly 2930. park before. ..
Soviet are ideologists view the keynote with a warm endorse- gressmen on the reluctant list," local authorities have the cen- will not turn aside and allow the the nation, Johnson also said:I Poultry at farms: fryers 14; Rescue teams and a helicopter -
and vice he said. tral responsibility for civil freedom of a brave people to be: "Those who would hold back hens none. had looked for them.
election campaign and the lineup ment of Goldwater___n.. -- -- ----- .
r "of forces that led to the presidential nominee William E. I .-
j nomination of Senator Gold- Miller, and a promise to do all !

water-the as presidency.Republican candidatefor I he"Any can to uncertainties help elect them.I may I T T VKf:1: ..on.

Describing"neomillionaires"the aims supposedly of western have felt as to the fitness, ade- ...ww .
quacy and quality of the politi-
backing Goldwater, aca
demician George P. Frantsov cal program they will offer to J..
the United States in the 1964'
wrote in Prevada, the Com-
campaign have been resolved,
munist Party newspaper:
the former president said. 'ft
"They want to consolidate

J quickly their as yet unstable i Goldwater acknowledged ....
position created with the help I Eisenhower was among the architects "..
I of ,'adventures and speculation of the detailed position
I'. and to push the old monopoliesaway paper' he delivered Wednesday B ij Y 2 4 "tz ...

from the levers of gov to a four-hour closed-door meeting -
9 ernment." of three dozen GOP gover-: ....
Frantsov is one of the Soviet nors and other party chieftains i

Union's leading Marxist schol-!from 28 states. I .
ars and rector of the academyof .n
social sciences of the party's The nominee and the former I :9I Jin'
Central Committee. president talked for two hours a I

According to his interpretation week ago at Eisenhower's farm'in J .
eE .Yh
of political events in the Gettysburg, Pa. x lice a1 Florida's showcase of beautiful ..:
U.S., Western aerospace, electronics 1 oI t ntr biggest
I I and oil monopolies have In a key passage of the unity .:, t f ..
this time to declaration, Goldwater told the, homes afford twelve lead- "
picked particular new (at prices you can ) by
because Republican leaders: "I seek the
make their bid for power
1 of in the ranks of support of no extremist- of the ; 1
disunity "" J Gainesville BuIl
cI s.'W .
progressive forces. left or the right. ;;; >h ; ing

"The most reactionary and Eisenhower, New York Gov. >
t circles of
I aggressive capital," Frantsov monopolistic wrote-, party Nelson leaders A. Rockefeller joined in and praisingthat other Presenting See the newest ideas in building, decorating, and furnishing. .::

"have decided to use this .H.n

moment while discontent along statement. x See all the latest innovations in appliances -
"He has character
1 broad layers of society has not repudiated The __' ::
assassins, Communists
vigilantes -
yet assumed political form and
has not yet merged with the and any group such as the and gadgets to make living more enjoyable.

'black revolution.' Ku Klux Klan that would at- Annual ::
The general outline of the U.S. tempt to control localities Sixth

I political scene, as viewed by through terror, threat or other
,I, Frantsov, was filled in Wednes- lawless means," the former 12 Beautiful Homes by:
day by Oleg Vasilyev, foreign president said.Rockefeller -
affairs commentator in the said that repudiation -
newspaper Moskovskaya Pra- along with other Goldwater PARADEMES H, I Inc. McKinley Construction

pledges, should help the ticket.
vda.Among the young industrialand But the New York governor said Quality Builders G. M. Davis

I financial monopolies of he would have added the John .
West and Southwest that Birch Society to the disavowal Ridgway Const. Co. Kirkpatrick & Pierson
a "bigger slice of the capitalist O F
: profit pie" Vasilyev listed H. L. list.Goldwater told a news confer- T. D. Zetrouer Tommy Ridgell, .:,.
Hunt, the Texas multi-million- ence he has vigorously opposed
t aire, the Lockheed Aircraft "damaging, ridiculous and very The James Co. Macoma Homes
Corp., Douglas Aircraft Co., stupid statements" by Robert

Boeing Co., and Northrup Corp. Welch, the society's founder. Hugh Edwards Inc. Young America Homes .
and the Giannini "financial empire" H 0 ,
But he said the society itself is
headed by the Bank of .
America. on no subversive list.
Rockefeller said the Goldwater
These are the forces, Vasilyevsaid declaration should be "reas- co-sponsored by the :
that overcame a last minute ,
I effort by a "Wall Street, suring to Republicans from one OPEN DAILY 3-8 p.M.
financial end of the country to the other. ; :: A f BUILDERS ASSOCIATION
Boston, group and GAINESVILLE HOME :
Pennsylvaina industrial complexu But the New York governor /1 : :
indicated all his reservations /
to the
1 promote candidacy ,,,
t \ and the
of Gov. William Scranton of have not been erased. He re- '
Pennsylvania at the Republican minded newsmen that he spent \

Convention last month. I Ii five months as a candidate for )k GAINESVILLE JUNIOR I WOMAN'S CLUBADMISSION
i "But 'new money' of the West I the nomination, campaigning t 9"
: proved to be stronger than 'old against Goldwater and discuss-
money' of the Northeast," theY ing the senator's views. 50(2 DONATION TO
Soviet commentator added. "I refer you to the record," he \\1 \ (
said. \J Ju 114

I Owes Her Life "I believe in party unity but .k\a y yt Junior Woman's Club Charities ,
not at the expense of fundamental ;)

To Boy Scout principles," the governor ,-\ Children Under 12 Free!

said.Michigan I' r.....
Gov. George Rom-
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Fear- ney, who has been cool towardthe
fully Mrs. Ann Haase picked ticket said he
was accept-
her limp 20-month-old, daughter ing the party's decisions I TIONop0 II N JljTM
Ellen from the >
up cern en
in platform and nominees.
where she had fallen. "I 2 .
pan- Romney flew home to Lansing ,21 : .B i I KW. IS* AWM.WlTED .Y
icked," Mrs. Haase said.
from the Hershey meeting '
"Then I saw Scott Westerveltriding If
Wednesday night and issued a : \
I I bjr on his bicycle) and / ..
brief statement that offered no ,
: ..
knew he was a Boy Scout. She personal endorsement of the Ar- : : \ =
screamed for
izona conservative's presidential O u.w. Dlr _
.J '
Fifteen-year-old bike in the street,droppedhis ran to candidacy. ,
the driveway-and took the baby. Pennsylvania Gov. William 1f :
I "It wasn't moving.'I laid her on W. Scranton was host for the P i i2800 /
the'driveway and began. giving Hershey meeting, but he wasn'ta K 4I
hermouth to mouth ressuscita very talkative one when it was
tion like I learned at the scouts over. "Both'the approach made I | V. V......* M- i r
:' She began breathing." and the feeling engendered was I
I i Ellene, who had fallen while very good," he said. eo

playing in the carport Monday, One governor who had with- WATCH FOR SIGNS :
owes her life today to Scott, an held his support John H. /..

./ Eagle Scout since he was 13. Reed of Maine was quoted as -' ...
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FRIDAY August 11 ta, Canal Zone, 8 p. m., Mrs.C. .

Luncheon feting Miss Nancy A. King Mrs. Earl Rogersand I

Pepper, bride-elect of John Mrs. Eddie Fisher* 1213 Shimer-Smith Nuptials Held SPECIAL PURCHASE

Carswell, Hazelwood, N. C., N.W. 39th Avenue. ,

Mrs. F. E. Clayton, Gainesville Rehearsal dinner honoring STARKE :Miss Shi Anne 1 rije From one of the famous makers of

Golf and Country Club. Miss Davida Kopelowitz and Smith, daughter of Mr. and I ,y Quality Lingerie you always find at Belk's.

SATURDAY, August 15 their son, Victor Schneider, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith of
Starke, and Preston Leon Shi-
Wedding of Miss Gretchen 6 p. m., Dr. and Mrs. NathanJ. mer of Beckley W. Va., son of "DreamMaker"SLEEPWEAR

Mary Smith, daughter of Mr. Schneider of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Preston G. Shi-

and Mrs. Burton Dunham Holiday Inn. mer, Accident, Md., exchanged I wi
Smith of Havre de Grace, their nuptial vows Satur-
Md., and Charles Alfred Rich, SUNDAY, August 16 \
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Breakfast honoring the day.The
candlelight ceremony
Elmore Rich of Gainesville, Kopelowitz Schneider wed-
took place in the First Methodist kttt
in Havre de Grace.Miscellaneous ding party and out of town Church and was followedby : Dacron and Imported Cotton

guests, 9 a.m., Mr. and Mrs. at the home of
shower hon a reception 6
\ each
oring Miss Shannon Kay Sidney Grossman, uncle and the bride's parents. Reg.

Wells, bride-elect of Charles aunt of the bride, GainesvilleGolf Rev. John R. Brabham, pas- t
Norton Crawford of Margari- and Country Club. tor, performed the service. \4.\\\
Nuptial music was given by \ ; SPECIAL

Mrs. Lloyd Green, organist, 4If ; $400
and Ernest Barnes, soloist. PRICE
Floral arrangements at the ..x e \
OPENTIL altar were of white stock, gladioli
and floor candelabra en- >
9:00TOMORROW twined with huckleberry. Mag I Gown in Dacron-Cotton
nolia and palms formed the I Miracle: dacron: and imported cotton inspires this
ultra feminine Dream-maker gown. The bodice fully
background.The gathered skirt and hemline coolly trimmed with a
bride was given in mar- .z classic Madeira eyelet embroidery. Drip dry ease.
took the riage by her father. She worea sized for everyone. Waistline back elasticized and
curling, rippling, floor-length gown of white sashed PinkBlueMintYellow.Sizes with nylon satin. .

of that I silk organza over taffetta with 32-40.
out stretch?
twisting straps deep bands of Irish blossom 1 tVt !
Shift Gown in Dacron-Cotton
lace adorning the slim skirt. e. I y .
"" .ri.. Coolly composed of dacron and imported cotton Is
Her detachable chapel train : r this becoming shift. The rounded yoke, pocket and
F was of matching organza. She \r< hemline flowered with tiny rose patterned eyelet em f
wore a fingertip-length man ; broidery. To wear nylon satin sashed or not for
tilla of illusion edged with lace sweetest dreams.PinkBlueMintYellow.
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ift matching that on her gown. Sizes S-M-L.
Her flowers were a cascade i
Duster in Dacron-Cotton
: bouquet of stephanotis, white a I For just before dream time for breakfast! Th.
1 roses and lily of the valley. > moo g ultimate perfection of cool dacron and imported cot
Miss Lynn Tanner of Heidelberg -I Mrs. Preston Leon Shinier ? :f ton. The yoke pocket, hemline all enticement with
:i l:. Shadowline's very own embroidery and fetching little
Germany, was maid of .
formal gown of bamboo gold Gainesville and Mrs. Eoline f., t p lantern sleeves.
honor, and Mrs. Bob Ferguson t ?4 Mrs. Linton Taylor and silk and had a corsage of white Smith. i S-M-L.
-'- Mrs. John Di Salvo were orchids. The bridegroom's mother On Wedding Trip
i Sleep coot in DacronCottonA
: bridesmatrons.All chose a formal gown of Assisting in the hospitalities sleepcoat of classic perfection in dacron and imported -

wore floor-length gownsof green silk and her corsage was were Mrs. Jimmy Rowe, Mrs. ,.. cotton. Enchanting Peter Pan collar the I Is

ming blue georgette fash- of yellow orchids. Tom Stallings, Mrs. Jerry 8 with rounded Shadowlme's yoke sleeves rose eyelet pocket embroidery.and hemline trimmed I'

.I L ioned Empire style, matching White flowers, magnolia and Lawson and Mrs. John Miller. i { t' Punk-Blue--Mint-Yellow i
pillbox hats with short circular g Sizes S-M-L. I
veils and carried cascade arrangements -palms were used in decoration, For traveling, the bride worea

of roses and blue for the reception.The three-piece suit of imported 3, t B-L LINGERIE DEPT.

stock. bride's table, laid withan cotton with blue overblouse, ...:.........
Father Best Man white .
accessories and
an orchid
imported Swiss organdy ".
Mr. Shimer served as best :. .
man for his son and Jimmy cloth, was centered by the ..

Smith, John DiSalvo, Bob Fen wedding cake flanked by silver in Following the Blue their Ridge wedding Mountains trip 1 I
guson and Linton Taylor were candelabra.
the newlyweds will be at home
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The bride's mother wore a were Mrs. Carl Wright of 1. ''
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to a recent statement
perienced mother who instinc-
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Most mothers to their
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Metal ra isDisplayed i CalendarOf Bride-to-be

Ii i Hints From : Heloise ABOUT PEOPLEMrs. At ComplimentedAt

W. A. Clark returned Monday from Aurora, HI., Florida UnionAn EventsTODAY Shower I
J where she spent several days following the death of Dr. As a pre-wedding courtesy :
1 -:By ELOISE CRUSE pastel color and wear them store) on the opposite wall so Clark, who had been in Aurora visiting relatives. Mrs. exhibit from the Metal for Miss Gail Abbey, brideelectof -
DEAR HELOISE:" I for waltz length night gowns. that the television can reflectin Clark was accompanied home by her late husband's sister Arts Guild of San Francisco is August 13 Felton Sheffield, a miscellaneous .
I I use fitted sheets when I EMME it, it not only relieves the- Major, Felie W. Clark of Tallahassee, who will remain being shown through August by Gainesville Junior Wom shower was given last
: making dust ruffles. It sure musles on the back of their here for several days, and his brother, Dr. J. Woodrow the Florida Union. I an's Club, Parade of Homes, night by Miss Gayle Reeves.
keeps ,the' ruffle in place! DEAR FOLKS: neck, but they can lie on the Clark of Philadelphia, who left yesterday. The party took place at the
NW 28th Avenue off 34th
For those of who have opposite side of their bodies! The Fine Arts Committee of I
I the fitted sheet the you
put on Services for Dr. Clark were held in Aurora, where Interment Street. Reeves home.Appointments.
mattress, mark around the sick people who lie in bed, This prevents pressure on all took place. In lieu of flowers, the family has expressed the Union invites the public to i of the refreshment .
sheet with a pencil, using the day after day, and who are the other muscles. a desire that memorials be made to the State Tuberculosis attend the display, which is ex- FRIDAY, August 14 table, covered with a lace
mattress as a guide. then quite incapacitated (theycan't *HELOISE Association. Dr. Clark. had served as a memberof hibited in Bryan Lounge. I Gainesville Junior Woman's cloth, featured a bridal motif.
the dust ruffle to the fit. turn themselves over, Club, Parade of Homes, NW
sew the board of directors for the association for many years. .....
ted sheet, where I have etc.): DEAR HELOISE: Selections for this exhibit are 28th Avenue off 34th Street. ESA HonorsMrs.

marked it. If .the TV is near the bed- Here is what I do when I Mr. and Mrs. James R. McCachren Jr., whose marriagetook from the 1962 Annual of this Gainesville Bridge Club, Moran

When laundering, it is not side table try putting a mir sweep my garage floor: place in October, are now living at Pinehurst Park. organization. This group of met- 9 ajn., Holiday Inn. .
necessary to iron the fitted ror on the opposite wall so I hold my clothes sprinkler Mrs. McCachren Jr. is the former Miss Wesley Ann Huntof al craftsmen, one of the few SATURDAY, August 15 Mrs. Aubrey Moran, who will
sheet as the mattress hides that the television will reflectin bottle about shoulder high Ocala, daughter of Mrs. Joyce Hunt of Ocala. move to Sanford, Fla., this,
the un ironed part.It this ,mirror. and sprinkle all over the of its kind in the country, was University Medical Guild month, was honored by Beta
floor lightly. I can then Mr. and Mrs. McCachren Sr., will leave tomorrow for formed in 1951 to raise the Swim party and picnic sup- .
Here's what is good aboutit Lambda chapter of Epsilon Sig- I
takes little work to
a put North Carolina to visit relatives in Charlotte, and Greens
without breathing bit per, 6:30 pm., Gainesville
: sweep a standards of the craft. Some of ma Alpha sorority. Members
this the boxspring. But,
on boro. Mrs. McCachren will remain for an extended visit I
of dust and the floor is good Golf and Country Club.
the 45 members work in met- her with silver
oh. .how nice it is when People who are bedriddenget while Mr. McCachren will return in a fortnight. presented a
and clean.
making the bed. very tired lying on one al as a hobby, but most earn Gainesville Junior Wom- tray at the meeting Tuesday i
It sure stays put. side. Even if they are lying I MANDY their livelihood as artistcraftsmen an's Club, Parade of Homes, with Mrs. George Cathercole
. E. D. F. on their backs their heads I EllerLeavitt Wedding and have participated in NW 28th Avenue off 34th and Mrs. Margaret Sullivan as I
} DEAR HELOISE: have to be turned to one sideto LETTER OF THOUGHTIt juried shows. I Street. hostesses.

I For girls who have slips look at television.By costs money to be born, Solemnized in EarletonEARLETON -- .
that are too long and also putting this little mirror money to live, and more \
have those lovely ruffled (which can be bought at any money to die.
edges, why not tint them a dime, department, or drug L. G. H. Solemnized in honor and Erman C. LeavittJr.
the home of her parents, Mr. ., best man.
and Mrs. Erman Chester Lea. The bride wore a wedding f

BIGGEST DINETTE SALE IN HISTORY! vitt Sr., the marriage of Miss gown of white chantilly lace
Betty Darlene Leavitt and Pvt. and carried a bouquet of white I
Vance Alexander Eller of Fort summer flowers. : ti .

; We 1) CO4apOM&04t1M Gordon, Ga., son of Mr. and The bride and bridegroom,!
Mrs. William
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MAR-PROOF PLASTIC TOP evening of August 6. trip to points in Florida and

i Rev. Harold Stoner, pastor of North Carolina.
M-, a t $47 T= the Pentacostal Holiness More than 30 friends and 8 so ,
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JSoviet Cuts Back School Term to Up Labor Force ,

lrm] Unrk mtmr : Since the school year 1962-63 years in so called polytechni- anasenko, said Wednesday in an
the Soviet Union has had eight cal day schools in which one- interview with the Tass 'news
MOSCOW The Soviet Union of education one-third of the
years compulsory fourth to school
that curriculum ad.
announced Wednesday a cutback from the age'of 7 to 15. time was devoted to shop work agency 1
justments would involve mainly
Mwt of its 11 year system of About 40 per cent to 50 percent I and other forms of industrial a reduction in the time spent In

primary and secondary educa- of the graduates of eight- training.The industrial training. He said the ''I
tion to 10 years. year schools have been taking three years of polytech- experience of the last few
full time jobs and have con- nical training have now been years had shown that one to two
y:W nqy The reform is part of a new
tinued their education at eve- cut back to two years. years of shop training were suf I
d. educational policy intended to ning classes. The others have The education minister of the ficient to prepare students for
speed the schooling of young moved on for an additional three Russia Republic, Yevgeny I. Af- work in industry.
w.w W yyp
,. .rr d6%a.x people and their entry into the I I
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.. .. ,;... labor force. It was announced r
., ""' \;".". ...r._'1 ....I earlier this year that the four-! Cook, freeze & serve..all In one dish with I
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by one would year. also- be reduced- i I CORNING WARE YBt<
A decree of the Soviet Com-
munist Party and government, i another great value from ZALE'S! I
said the transition period to the I,
new system was to be completed -
by the end of the 1965-66 ALL 1:1rPt95
school year. The decision meantin I 10 PIECES
effect that the Soviet Union's I
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: long range goal, COMPLETE:
Party program, of
tr P w;YukW a$:.aA lid Xb. Wrw.. .:.,.tI achieving 11 years of universal O ;"
no money down $1 weekly _,
compulsory schooling by 1970
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GEORGE MIMS of school. Last year it took 77 "We provide the best trans-
Some curtailment of bus I different routes to get rural and portation system within our resources
transportation service of Alachua Gainesville children to school. but must have the help No Unnecessary Middleman
County's school children Anderson foresees no increasein of all concerned in order that I Low Overhead i Modest Prifits
may be in the offing when the number of routes this safety is maintained," Anderson Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry
school resumes next month.A year. said. \ First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service the last-word in cooking and serving convenience .
few pupils who rode buses "We may have to rearrange "Providing safe transportation''I INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS INTERIOR LATEX "- ( ) dishes that'll freeze, cook & serve. and practically
last year may walk this year, some of the routes in the south-I for children is a mutual interests I ENAMEL WALL PAINT wash themselves!
but the school board will con- east and northwest sections of and concern to both parents and EADTYW.iUa. AND ixettinrr c.rERAGE mmta
tinue its policy of transporting the city due to two new schools!school officials." 1t GLOSS RMSMEXCfUIMT MDfHC ) CAM 10 OATS M WASHED IN Set Includes e 1 qt. saucepan*with v... ..
pupils who live more than one in the area," Anderson eXPlain- Anderson urges all parents to AND COVOtAUf MINUTES MIES IN M: 134 qt.saucepan with cover
and one-half miles from school.That's I MO rAIMTY ODORUPT04SOW '1 qt. saueetnakcr
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half a mile closer to bus fleet is expected to this year: .. Ca WASIUMIusan VEUOWIM&fO I COVERAGE fitCAU.OM 91n.. skillet. with cover '
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schools than the Florida law be in top mechanical condition Insure that their children' &list ON IMTHI0 -. r_ EASY WITH SOAP AND .
WOOOrAMUN" WATltO 2 petit pans
requires of county school with ten new buses this year. arrive at the bus stop on time j ... -- TUM.Men riAsru- .CAM.e* '.-. ... OM*wusciluZ,
boards. Twenty others are less than a i WAUIOAU INGS PLASH Use it for: Range-topcooktng
in the morning. WALLBOARD.ETC.:
Starting off his first year as year old. I $.w93 EVERY EVERY Oven &broiler
joint responsibilitywith
transportation supervisor is Wil- One of the biggest problems 2nd GAL 2nd GAL fraazlng storing
authorities for the
liam A. Anderson. Until he was facing the bus fleet is vandal- i Mary Carter Paints Exhibit At World's Fair measuring,mixing,heating
conduct of their children. (o
named to replace Otis Bell, ism. proper I
who requested reassignmentearly "Every year, hundreds of dollars Make reasonable effort to I ?
this summer, Anderson of damage is done to bus- understand and cooperate with' eMAIL
served as maintenance coordi- es by students," Anderson said. those responsible for pupil "
nator. I Anderson,requests the cooperation -i transportation. PAINT
He and his garage crew are of parents, students, principals -I See that their children stay 501 N.W. 8th Ave., Gainesville, Phone 376-7588 II ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 12 E. University Ave.
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d NEW YORK The noble brow of Manager Yogi Berra .... : TelevisionBasketball
The San Francisco Giants, _'_ I
was deeply furrowed as he sat at the desk in his clubhouse I ._*, : t tripping over former teammate :'(fi. ttf'tt' "t!"u'-iJm"! '. .t'ttf'h :'
office yesterday filling out the card for the third : r.
line-up Bill White have taken the first _' , ,
game of the critical series with the White Sox. However, it :
I big> tumble in the National I
, was not the double setback by the Chicagoans the day before < ..n- .
which brought on the frown. It was a new and unfamiliarname. J/- League pennant scramble. : '.-- < : ; < .tt >,._ ';:;: tt.
; White, the slugging first baseman ) ..r., Scheduled I
of the St. Louis Cardinals, SpnHT;: I

"Gee," said"the practically peerless skipper "this is a tough -- -- t ,J- slammed three hits and triggered ; / t BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -

name to spell. two the rallies in a 6-4 victoryover Giants ... ; r A television basketball package I

He riffled through some papers and triumphantly emergedwith second-place series, beginning with the Geor-
Wednesday night that opened abig Thursday, August 13, 1964 Jan. 2 will be
the right one, an up-to-the-minute roster. He ran his r ',' gia-LSU game ,
finger down the. list and stopped opposite the name of his ) gap between the leading ,.........._-- r', presented by the Southeastern:
latest acquisition Mel Stottlemyre, just up from Richmondand pennant contenders.The {1' Conference this coming season, 1

' yesterday's starter. .---t ...--- _& >-_".. .. .*, ..:-" defeat, coupled with Phil L_.___. .______. 'u'u _"'___"__U. __ _. ... ......_ ....."., .. says SEC Commissioner Bernie
adelphia's 6-5 victory over the Moore.
"He wasn't even at trainin' camp" said Yogi "Only at Still Hurricanes Chicago Cubs, gave the first- .Cincinnati. In other games, Mil of reach early against Jim I

, the preliminary school How was I gonna know we'd be place Phillies a four-game lead waukee whipped Houston 5-1 I O'Toole, 12-5, scoring twice in The 11 member schools will

needin him? We had too many good pitchers then or so Marcus Jones (L) and Steve Hannsen will go from the largest margin either and Pittsburgh ended the New; the second on a single by Tom participate in the series, to be
It seemed. Oh well problems." York Mets 5-4. Davis an error John Rose- handled by TV Sports, Inc., of
you get one Hurricane jersey to another this fall as they team has enjoyed in the season- my ,
start football at the University of Miami. The two long struggle for the top spot. Trailing 2-1 after Ron Santo's boro's single and Johnson's Patterson, N.J.
He shrugged his shoulders his mask of imperturbabilitystill
athletes, who were members of the Gainesville High homer had put the Cubs out fumble of an attempted pickoff. I Moore said Wednesday the

unbroken. School Hurricane grid team last season, have signed ExpendableWhite front, the Phillies moved aheadto Eddie Mathews got the job games will be played Saturday

"We're at the stage now where we were at the begin- football scholarships' the :Miami Hurricanes. was with the Giants until stay in the eighth when John done for the Braves drilling a .1 afternoons and there will be no 1

nin," he said. "We ain't hittin'. But we're not out of it. Jones, who also is state champion in both the high the end of the 1958 season Briggs stroked a pinch-hit sin- homer, double and two singlesin blackouts.The .

There's still a .long way to go." But it ain't that long, Yogi I and low hurdles, is defensive halfback, and Hannsen when he was found expendableand gle, Richie Allen walked and support of Tony Cloninger, schedule includes
old boy. _plays center. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) traded to the Cardinals for Wes Covington tagged Larry who balanced his record at 11. : I

-- pitchers Don Choate and Sam Jackson for a homer. 11. Cloninger had a five-hit shut Jan. 9-Vanderbilt vs. MIssissippi

Jones. White is the only one still The Phillies added two runs in out until Dave Roberts produced State at Starkeville; Jan.

Tall And Bewildered in the majors a fixture with the the ninth on Bobby Wine's single the Houston run with a 16-Kentucky vs. Tennessee at I

MATURE CARDS Cardinals and currently the hottest and they proved decisive two-out homer in the ninth. Knoxville; Jan. 23, Kentucky vs.
Over in a corner of the clubhouse a tall and bewildered his Florida at Gainesville Jan. 30-
hitter in the league. when the Cubs scored twice in Dennis Ribant making ; I
y i .stranger was standing in, front of his locker in full left-handed I their half before Jack Bald. first major league start for the Auburn vs. Vanderbilt at Nashville I
The 30-year-old
uniform., The nameplate above the locker was still empty.On extended his hitting schun pitched out of the jam. It Mets after being acquired in a ; Feb. 6-Alabama vs. LSU

his left was Jim Bouton, half dressed. On his right was RATED HIGHLY swinger 20 against the was the Phillies' fifth straight trade with the Braves, was at Baton Rouge; Feb. 13-Missis- I
streak to
Whitey Ford garbed only in a sweatshirt. The stranger was games I
Giants tying the majors top victory. tagged for a solo homer by Willie sippi vs. Georgia at Athens;

Stottlemyre. I for the During Koufax, now 18-5, had a shut Stargell in the fourth and a Feb. 20-Tennessee vs. Alabamaat
Fourth in a Series back but his play in the All-Star mark season. out until the seventh when Der- three-run shot by Jerry Lynchin Tuscaloosa; Feb. 27-Tennes-
"What do I do now, Whitey? asked the kid. "Do we take that stretch he has hit at a .432
batting practice? Do I get to hit?" : LAKE FOREST, HL (AP) games convinced Lemm to give clip raising his average from on Johnson homered for the the fifth and that proved de. see vs. Kentucky at Lexington,
On the theory that the St. Louis him a chance at offense. Reds. The Dodgers put it out cisive for the Pirates. and March 6-Tulane vs. Vanderbilt -

"Yeah," said Whitey. "You hit after Clete Boyer. Whoa! Cardinals matured in the heat Bob DeMarco at center and .273 to .310. at Nashville. ,

Wait a minute, MeL Boyer isn't even dressed yet. Hit where of the rousing four-club race in Ken Gray at right guard are of White collected a double in *. *
you please." VA \ \ M 1 ', the first inning, drove in theCardinals' I
,1 1963, many pro football obser. all-league caliber. Lemm is
'. .' "I :vers are tabbing Wally Lemm's trying Irv Goode a tackle in first run in a four-run
The kid went out to meet with his fate.
up with a single
club for the Eastern championship 1963 at left guard and giving third inning rally It's Not Time Start

The White Sox were talking about the youngster on the in the National Football Bob Reynolds, a secondyearman then triggered the winning with two- to

bus that brought them up to the stadium this morning."I League this season. from Bowling Green a run uprising in the seventh

shot at left tackle. Ernie McMil another single.
understand his record with Richmond was 13 and 3," The Cards came close last
although they finished lan is the other tackle of a huge 18th Victory Mauch WarnsBy
said Don Gutteridge, the coach. year Relaxing
third. With three games to go offensive line. While the Phillies and Giants t

"The figures that caught my eye," said Ray Berres, the they were locked in a threewaytie Four of the defensive men continued their team struggle,

pitching coach, "were only 32 walks in 151 innings. That's for first with New York and were rookies last yeartackleSam Sandy Koufax of the Los Ang- CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN we're in without any chances of ; "The big reason we're where

pretty good for a 22-year old kid." Cleveland. Only a last game defeat Silas, end Don Brumm, eles Dodgers added to his lau CHICAGO (AP) Mention being out." ;we are is because of two magic I

by Dallas cost them a pieceof linebacker Larry Stallings and rels by posting his 18th victory the: word relax and you can seethe The Phillies need! a series men John Quinn (general !

Mungo's First Game"I second place. Their 9-5 record safety Jerry Stovall who also is with a 4-1, five-hit victory overt ; blood pressure mounting in sweep against the Cubs today to ;manager) and Mauch. Mr.

was the teams best since 1948. the punter. Lemm expects all to "V' ... ....v".W'V<> <'"o1>@1.v: Gene Mauch, manager of the have a six-game winning streak. Quinn's deals have made this

caught Van Lingle Mungo's first big league game," said "When you get in contentionyou improve. Veterans Joe Robb ,.S National League-leading Phila. This would match the longest in team. He got (Tony) Taylor,

Al Lopez, "and he was only 20. He won it 2-0 or 2-1 but he are hurt if you don't have and Luke Owens join Silas and delphia Phillies. the league this season. The St. (Cookie) Rojas, (Johnny) Calli- I

was wild-hard and wild. His fast ball was as hard as anyI experience: ," said Lemm at the Brumm on the front four. Dale Louis Cardinals had one earlier.In son, (Gus) Triandos, (Jim)

ever caught and I handled every one of the great fast- training camp at Lake Forest Meinert, the defensive captain, "Can you imagine anybody his first 87 games, Coving- Bunning, (Ed) Roebuck, (Tony)

bailers at one time or other except Lefty Grove. Both College where he used to coach. is a top flight middle linebackerand asking if we can relax a little ton has 69 hits and his homer Gonzales and (Frank) Thomas.

Dizzy Dean and Dazzy Vance had tremendous speed and Bill Koman is a standout at .. ;., now that we're" in front by several over the right field bleachers "Mauch is a great leader anda

each had a hopper on the fast ball. Matured right linebacker. ,,x.. >,: "None of,our boys had played 'ij.5 er the Phillies edged the Chi 44. lieve in a set position for a player -

"Vance had a real good, curve. Dean, had only a rickle with a contender except Joe Next-Minnesota cago Cubs 6-5 Wednesday. "We are thinking about one who has the skill to play

curve that he used to fool around with. But whenever Diz had "hildress and Jimmy Hill in ,,. "Wes Covington hits a three- thing more W's that means more than on *position."

to get you out, he just rared back and fired that fast ball 1956. I think we matured last ''l I run homer in the eighth and wins," said Covington. "We're Covington did not include

by you. Walter Johnson had no curve, only pure speed. I'd year under real pressure. Now City Church we're ahead 42. It looks like getting them any way we can. himself in his touch-<>f-magic

say that he and Grove were the smoothest pitchers of alL we know how it feels. .-::.,. I It : we're in free. Then all of a sudden Recently in Milwaukee a .205 summation. He should have.

"The guy with the most deceptive delivery was Bobby "The loss of Bill Triplett (out Champ PlaysIn '\, y;1.14"V .< the Cubs have the tying run hitter (Bobby Wine) got two I Quinn obtained him from Kansas .

Feller. And if you must talk about age, don't forget that for the season with a lung condi. ., 4 t:5''f.Wt.11: on base in the ninth. homers that won a pair for us. City for Bobby Del Greco.

he was only 17 when he first came up. Feller had a great lion) has to hurt. If John David w: \ Bj I

curve a real snake as Casy Stengel calls it. He was par Crow can pick us up we'll be TourneyParkview ,- %: \X,.<;tif<; Mathematics

ticularly rough on righthanded hitters because he kicked high all right. Crow has torn "' .SS. ,. ;; : &1.:$; "Relax you can't for a single Joe Smith Finishes First
and the ball out of of and Baptist Church .rj"'kJ55:5 ,, 'M: 4''., in this But I'll
minute game.
came a tangle arms legs. adhesions after an operation but ..,.SS'S.:::: "' ""{' ;t"t.:{t.r''" ",. I
The conversation veered off until it embraced the declineof we expect him back before the champion of the Gainesville >' = 'Nv: ""__',..0"x.. ''t, ,.,:,<<... tell you when we can relax.
.300 hitters in the big leagues. Someone blamed it on opener." Church League, takes on Jack. --BILL"WHITE- 1 That's when the mathematic In State 3 Meter Diving

the fact that almost all batsmen of today swing from their Lemm Is high on Charley sonville PRAC tonight at 8:15 Ruins Giants ,ians get on your side and say
heels. in the round of the District -
Johnson, who, has come to be opening BRANDON Joe Smith of 13 14 girls Dixie Cox,

recognized as one of the best- men's slow pitch softball BoxesPHILADELPHIA Gainesville Golf and Country fourth; Carol Haines, fifth; Cindy

Babe Swung Hard if not the best-young quarter tournament Brooker battles at City JacksonvilleFire Park. National League I Club swim team captured first Clardy, sixth.

back in league. in the 11-12 3 Whit
Department in the night'sopener Night Came place age group 13-14 boys Courtney,
"Maybe so," said Lopez. "But no man in baseball history Johnson, of course, is the keyto at 7 o'clock, and Cocoa abrbbi CHICAGO abFI8bl I LOS ANGELES abrhbi CINCINNATI abrhbl meter event here yesterday in third; Tommy Smith, fifth.

swung harder than Babe Ruth. Yet he was a .350 or better the Cards' attack. Sonny Standard Oil and Starke Gar I Allen Herrnsf 3b cf 3 3100 1 0 0 A'lfitano Stewart 2b Ib 3110 1010 Wills ss 5012 Rose 2b 4000 the State AAU Junior Olympics 15-17 boys Mark Montgomery
hitter in his prime. Babe Herman another buggywhiphitter. Randle the tricky split end is 1012 Burke if 5034 Trace'ski 3b 401 Harper If 3020W. diving championships.Smith .
was den Restaurant meet in the Wine 3b If 4 0 0 0 Davis cf 4010 Pinson ef 4 0 0 0 second; Jeff Montgomery,
So was Chuck Klein. How about Hack Wilson? Evenin one of the best receivers in the!. Callison Covington rf If 5 41 0 1 1 0 Santo 3b 4111 T. Davis M 4 1 1 0 Robinson rf 4 0 0 0 also finished second In third.
finale at 9:30.: Eau Gallic Boy- Johnson Ib 4111
4 0 0
his greatest year when he batted .356 and had 56 homers, league and he knows all the kin Motors drew a bye. Thomas Dalrymple Ib c4I2OBanks 4010 Cowan Ib ct 3000 4 0 0 0 Parker Howard rf rf 0 0 0 0 Cardenas ss 4000 4010 the 1 meter competition to complete I

I saw him swing so violently that he actually fell on his moves. Bobby Joe Conrad the Cocoa and Eau Gallie were Taylor 2b 3010 4011 Bertell Schaffer c e 3000 0000 Fairly Oliver\ Jb Ib 4110 4 2 1 0 Boros EdWards 3b C 3010 his outstanding performance.
face when he missed. lanker, led the NFL with 73 receptions Amero ss 2000 Roznovsky C 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 O'Toole II 0 0 0 0 .
winners in the southern sub- Short p aar ; Perez ph 1 0 0 0
"The ball today is even livelier than it was in my day but last season. Briggs. ph-If. 2220 Rodgers II 311. 4 0 1 0 Pavletlch ph 1 0 0 0 J
district tourney last week, CI.mens.ph 1 1 0 0 Mill Mark Montgomery, defending
the averages go down and the strikeouts go up. This is onlya Taz Anderson and Jackie Jackson p 3 0 2 0Gabr'lson Tetsis 34433TOt51S
Brooker and Starke won in the ph 0 1 0 0 ............. eoo eoo 1000-1 champ in both 1 meter and 3
rough estimate because I don't have the figures available. Smith, the tight ends, are good central tourney, and Jacksonville Totals JS 10 Totals 3SJ10I Cincinnati Lol Anelll................1DO-1! meter in the 15-17 age division, Jt

Last season there was something like 11,000 strikeouts in the receivers. So are halfback Pren. Fire Department and Jack. Philadelphia ............... all CI06 on-4 eKoufax.! Rose Johnson. LOB-Los was second in both events yes I.H t
major leagues. When I broke in, back in 1930, there were as tice Gautt, out all last year with sonville PRAC were victoriousin Chicago ....................000011003-5 Angeles 6; CIncinnati Edwards.6. HR Johnsc'lt1) terday.

few as 1,000. And the passed balls? ,Wow! I couldn't beginto injuries, and fullback Childress. the northern meet. Parkviewis cago E-None.1. LOB P- Philadelphia- Philadelphia 6. Chicago 1, Chi 7. ( 2B-Fllrly. SB-W. Davis.IP$-O'Toole.H. ERBESO Jeff Montgomery, who just !!

guess how many there are. I once went through an en- Lemm counts on Gautt and host team.In 2B Burke. HR -.Covington (9), Santo Koufax. W 1M S 1 1 1 10 I moved up to 15-17 was third in
(22). .S-Hrrnst .. 2 1 ITsitouris
tire season without even one. Childress to the IP H R ERBISO OToole. a.. )2-' 5 7' and fourth in 1 meter.
carry running 3 meter
tomorrow night's semifinal 2 2 0 0 0 1
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attack and hopes for help from action, the Brooker Fire Baldsehun ...* 3' 3 2 2 Ellis 2 0 Members of the Golf and I
ready to tear the Yankees again. But I ...721 4 2 1 WP-Koutax. T-2:35. A1L291.Night
apart once Crow Bob Paremore and Jackson a.. 14-10 Club
Bill Department victor plays the Elston ......1 2 2 2 1 0 Country placing were:
young Stottlemyre, pitching with a poise beyond his years, (Thunder) Thornton. Rookie Cocoa Starke winner at 7:30, ftmti ...........140 0 0 0 D Game 1 Meter
kept the ball low and a handsome 6-hitter to beat the WP Elston. T-2:47. 10-1,633.
spun Willie Crenshaw of Kansas State and Eau Gallie tests the Park NEW YORK abrhbi 10-under girls Leslie Sloan,
Sox 7 to' 3. Yogi had better learn how to his Game abrilbl I
spell Night
name. was to have been a defensive view PRAC winner at 9. MILWAUKEE Klaus 2b 5000 Bailey 3b 4 1 1 0: third; Pam Moore seventh.
The kid is likely to be around for a long time to come. HOUSTON ', rhbl sbrhbi. kranepool Ib 5 1 2 0 Mota cf-lt 4 1 2 3Chrpher 10-under boys Lee Coates,
4000 Mathews Sb 5 2 4 1 rf 4 1 1 Clemente rf 312
I Spangle 1 1 2 Lynch If 4123 I
Hickman ef second Edmonson. sixth.
Fox 2.. 4020 Maye cf 4310 3121Virdon cf 0000 ; Bryce
Toronto Fond Gaines rf 4010 Aaron rf 4010 Altman Smith 3b If 4 0 0 0 Stargell Ib 4 1 3 1 11-12 boys Joe Smith, second -
Growing Bond It 3010 Torre .
Mazerskt 2b 3 0 1 0
2 0 1 0
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Ib LlllCarty
Lillis Roberts ss 4010 Menke ss 4010 McMillan IS 2010 IS 3000: Clardy, fifth; Sandy Stringfel-
Of Atlanta Home ParkBy Crete c 3000 Boiling 2b 4000 Grham ph-3 20 2 0 0 1 0 Burgess Schofield ph U 0000 1000 I low eighth.
SCORtt Brown pl' 1 0 Cloninger p 4. 1 0 Rlba" p 1000 Gibbon p 2000
Raymond p 2 0 0 0 Elliot ph ph lOllFsce P 1000: 11.12 girls Elizabeth Cooley,

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS at Ponce De ,Leon in Kasko Totals ph 34171 1000 Totals' 33115 Totals 37 4 11 4 Totals MI1H fifth; Pam Hope, sixth.

games ................... ooooooooiiMilwaukee New Ylr1t .............. toO 103 510-4 I 13-14 girls Dixie Cox,
AMERICAN LEAGUEW L Pct. G.I.1 NATIONAL LEAGUEW L Pet. O.B There's talk floating around the past three seasons. During Houston ........_.......1 .000.20 -4 Pittsburgh ................. 101 123 Us-S fourth; Carol Haines seventh; (
Baltimore 71 43 .623 < Philadelphia 67 43 .40 about Atlanta's hopes for maj. those other two seasons, Atlanta E-RobertS. Raymond Fox, Bailey, Aa E-None. DP-New York 2 LOB New ; J
Chicago *, 45.605 2. San Francisco 45 4* .570 4 or league baseball but Toronto wasn't a last-place club. ron. LOB-Houscn: I. Milwaukee 10. York ,. Pittsburgh '. Cindy Clardy, eighth. !
New York 64 4595 3.. Cincinnati 63 5J J4 tViPittsburgh JB-Fox. Maye. Mamews. 3B-UIlis. 2a-t.YftCh. Billey. Graham. Stargell. 13-14 boys Whit Courtney
Los Angeles' 60 57 .513 12V* 60 51.541 TV.* baseball officials may won- It was in the first division. HR-Roberti fl>. Mathews (16). SB 3B-Hkkman. HR-Stargell 38-H kmVnTHRStargell J
Detroit it 51 .504 13' St. Louis 60 .53.531 IV* Gaines SF-Torre. (17), Lynch (W. $- fifth; Tommy Smith seventh.
Minnesota 55 60 .471 le't Milwaukee 5* 54 .511 10 der if Atlanta would settle for Elsewhere in league action IP H R ERBBSO MlzeroskL rwTMKA
Cleveland 54 '" .470 17>.i Los Angeles 56 M .500 12 5' 2 I 1 I' H R ERBBSORibant 15-17 boys Mark Montgomery -
Boston 53 62 .461 11' Chicago! 53 5* .441 15V4 another International League last night, Jacksonville thumped BrownL2-11..3 Raymond......... 31. 3 2 2 2 5 a.. t-1 ...., 5 5 1 5. second Jeff Montgomery
Washington 44 72 .390 27 Houston 41 41 .444 22New club in the meantime. Buffalo 9 to 4. Syracuse Larsen '.'" .... 123 3 0 0 0 1Cloninger. Cisco _.. ..... .1 1' 1Bumartt ; ,
Kansas City 42 72 .631 2* York 35 79 .307 34 W 11-11 t 7 1 1 2 3 \ .......1 1. 0 1 sGibbo.W.34..5 I fourth.
Yesterdays Results All Toronto would want scored a 4 to 1 victory over Brown faced 1 man in 4th. 7 3 3 1 2
New York 7. Chicago 3 Yesterdays Results WP-Ooninoer. T-2:26. AI,16.S.Nlold Flee ........._.. 2 2 1 1 2 1Borit ; 3 Meter
Washington 4. Kansas City 3 Philadelphia 5,e,New Chicago York iPittsburgh 4 would be the privilege of play Columbus. Richmond edged ."_.....___.. 2.3 1 0 2 i 11-12 boys Joe Smith first;
Detroit '. Minnesota 2 Game ......__ 11-il S S Si 1
St. Louis ing in Atlanta's Ponce De Rochester 6 to 5. Me.Bea't
4. San Francisco 4 ,
Baltimore 7. B.t on 6 LOS SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS Gibbon faced S mM 1ft Sths Face faced Mike Sloan second; John Clar
Angeles 4. Cincinnati I
Los Angelas 4.Cleveland 3Today Milwaukee 5, Houston I Leon Park. Toronto beat the Neil Chrisley powered a abrbbl abrhl I man In it,'. dy, fifth.
'* Cam** Kuenn rf 1110 Flood cf 4115 T-2:". --4,617.
Crackers there 11 to 3 Wednesday
Chicago Peters 13-4 at New York Downing Todays Games three-run homer and two sin Lanier 2b 4111 Brock If SOOt
M twilight Philadelphia Bennett M at Chicago Bro- night. I gles to lead Jacksonville to the Snider ph 1000 White Ib 4231
Detroit Wlckersham 13-1 .t Minnesota gliO 6-t Mays cf ,23Boy. 3b 4110
Pascual ll- Only game scheduled.Temerrew's. Toronto could figure that just 9 to 4 victory over Buffalo. Cepeda Ib 4000 Croat ss 4121 Roth Wins Again

Boston Roberts1.MonbouQuette. night .-, at Baltimore Games the ball park advantage wouldbe This was the Suns' third in a J-AKXI McCevey. .' Pr_LU\-If,, 2OlSMcCarVer_linn. ananngn.L_____ n c 4121 j. .u .i .i Nancy '
Only games scheduled. Philadelphia at New York. 2. twl-ntgh to the the visiting Bisons. Hart 3b 4020 Wr-ck ph-rf 1000 a -
enough International row
Tomorrows Games Pittsburgh at Chicago. 2 cop over Hailer c 4000 Javier 2b 3011 cji&jOrrESVILLE Va. history. Nancy already VODKA
Detroit at Kansas City. N St. Louis at Los Angeles. League pennant.The Buffalo had home runs by Dvenportss3sloCraig p 2500Perry year
Cleveland at Minnesota. N Cincinnati at N ;
Houston. p 1000 James ph 1000 Roth 5-foot-. holds the Women's Southern
Los. Angeles at Washington twilight Milwaukee at San Francisco. N victory over Atlanta John Stephenson, Cliff Coo ]k Miller ph 1010 (AP)-Nancy pert -
Amateur and left immediately -
New York at Baltimore N crown
Chicago at Boston N INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Wednesday night was the Maple and Duke Carmel but could LAtou Peterson ph ph 1100 1 0 1 0 2 Hollywood, Fla., golfer who'snever after finals

FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Jacksonville 73 W L 4S Pet..403 6.B Leafs ninth in ten gameson add only three other hits off Totals 34104 TOtals 15<111 had a professional lesson, here for Wednesday's JMLTXJ&S: :
Kansas and the
W L Pc?. O,B. Syracuse 71 41 .597 1 the Crackers' home Walker. San Fraacisc ............. I. NI 405.4 City
Tampa 29 14 .474 Buffalo 44 52 JO 4V4 field. righthander Jerry St. Louis .................... ... 2Ia-6 has won another trophy.She Women's National Amateur. :EA.ey:..
Orlando 24 1'.5SI 5it. Toronto 63 51.525 9V, They hold only a 5 and 2 edge three double
Syracuse pulled -
E-None. DP-St. Louis 1. LOB-San sometimes
Petersburg 23 13 J4 5 Rochester 40 54 .517 10V4 played steady,
Ft. Lauderdale 22 22 joo 7 Richmond 55 41 .474 isvj over the Crackers in Toronto.Atlanta's plays to back up Dick Francisco 7. St. Louts 0.
Miami 21 2'.467 t Columbus 47 72 J:ItS 25 28-10\11'- White. HR-Mays (34). SBJavier. spectacular golf in winning her KramerSAN
Lakeland 17 22 .436 10 Atlanta 41 M J3 32 being in last placeisn't Egan's six-hitter over hapless third consecutive Farmington Sign
17 25 .405 im IP H. ERBBSO JUST ADD
DayTona Sarasota Beach 17 25 .405 11 ViYesterday's Yesterdays Resorts credited with Toronto'ssuccess Columbus. Willie Horton strokea Perry ............3 3 4 4 1 4 Women's Invitational Golf Tour
Results Toronto 11. Atlanta 3 .. The Maple Leafs seem and double to lead the Presenter .1 0 0Duffato FRANCISCO AP) -
triple : : :
Orlando 44. St. Petersburg l-. Jacksonville f. Buffalo 4 ._..:::::: 2 22 1 nament with a 54-hole total of; PEOPLEUr
Daytona Beach 4, Sarasota 3 Richmond '. Rochester I to have something going for Chiefs. Shaw L. 7-5 ......0 3 2 2 0 00Dell of the The San Francisco Warriors
Ft. Lauderdale 4, Lakeland 4 Syracuse 4, Columbus 1 them when they enter that .----------.2 0 5 S 0 1 223, 16 strokes announced Wednesday the signing .
Tampa 5, Miami 1TNIY'I par: Bob Schmidt rapped his Craig W. *4 ..... 7 3 4 4 23
Games Todays Games ticular ball park. fourth and fifth home runs of Richardson ....... 1 S C S 0 1SCfHltrt field.It of their No. 1 draft choice, La.
........... 0d0231.
St. Petersburg at Sarasota Toronto at Atlanta 1 1. S 00 Smnc c.,. sac
Miami at Fort Lauderd.leOrlando Buffalo at Jacksonville That something has carried! the year to lead Richmond Shaw faced 3 men In 7th. was the largest victory Barry Kramer of New York 11.1 110?rod.ciSda: Ci
tamp* at at Lakeland Daytona Beach Columbus Richmond at at Rochester Syracuse them to 22 victories in 29 over Rochester. -,..*. -WP-Plrry." Duffata O-Dell. 7-. 1:55. Al7.Slt margin in the tournament's nine University aI

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: Macon was rained out.
Brief Barons may scare some South GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY
-d WKH A CRAMP-THB CWJMfUCKEC R9SM10M' ern League pitchers, but not Johnny Upham, who got three I3TH PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13TH ST.
; 4 ? IN AND Chattanooga's Marcel Guilbault. hits in as many trips to the
FDlN-riNG DOWN \15-
NO1 ONL.V UNNATURAL Guilbault humbled the plate for the Lookouts, slappeda
.. league-
Wins Title 'CND BUT.DOEGN'1L1 SNOULDER9 leaders on two hits Wednesdaynight line drive triple in the second $1.19CARTER'S LITTLE PillS. . . . I00l 76c
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) ruerue. CI..UN DURING, ;, It was Guilbault's 11th vic- nooga runs.
Linda Mottice, a 20-year-old 'fl : 'WINc: PINT HYDROGEN
secretary from Akron, Ohio, a tory against nine defeats with Lefty Jim Shellenback turnedin PEROXIDE USp . . . . 17c
J.I A(7roo EREC- sixth place Chattanooga.He .
a five hitter and Jose Marti-
the senior ladies +- 1
won figures till NONAl"'URAt., AND
had a perfect for
game clouted his 13th and 14th
? Wednesday in the North /I fgNP5TO fLACe THE: nez
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I Woody Huyke followed with a umbus.
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first hit.Ossie Shellenback struck out seven . . 84c
No. 2 Post INy.f Cheverria got the only and walked one of his way to

other hit sin- his seventh victory against 11
Birmingham a
Speedy Scot, harness racing's- ifl gle in the eighth. losses this year. FRESHENER . . 47c
However, the loss didn't take
Horse of the Year in 1963, drew \ Reliever Ken Magown came
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\ \ j Second place Lynchburg fell
the 3-5 favorite to whip -
1.0, MOVE to Knoxville 31. In the only oth- and preserve Knoxville's vic
tit other trotters in the $50,000 FREELY:
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Approval 10 PINT HEAVY MINERAL OIL U.S.P. . . . . 29c
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission Cuppers :
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team, anchored by Roy Emerson -
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opening Friday. singles this
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.Batting 250 NATIONAL It batt LEAGUE- Clement Pins- LEVI'S-the original blue jeans-cut from the world's heaviest all-cotton denim! ELECTRIC
burgh .354; Williams. Chicago.' .327.
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13; Santo, Chicago and Mays San Fran 16
'Hits Clament. Pittsburgh. 151; Wil TRAVEL CASE
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Doubles-Williams Chicago.2f; May.

Milwaukee: -and Pinion Cltmente Cincinnati Pittsburgh t; San 23.'Triples -t.,1 lM'a M MM.1tN to-..e..Mr set...__._.__Ml._IIw p.YM.-M------. I 4-Heat Positions GRILL, BROIL!
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Home runs Mays San Francisco. w/On-Off Switch -
94; Williams.Chicago.25. i y
Stolen bases Wills Los Angeles .
36; Brock, St. Louis.27. .
-Pitching 10 decisions Koufax. Les
Angeles 11-5 J13 Marietta!" San Fran-

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250 at bats diva Minne IN --
sota. .334; Mantle New York. .314. I
'Runs Ollva. Minnesota, 17; HOWMC!I

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,, ;,, -;. r'. By TED MEIER Each of them hit, two homers more Orioles increased their and Washington edged Kansas

Associatd Press Sports Writer and made the headlines in the lead to two games over the Chi- City 43.Rookie.

I Mickey Mantle and Sam Bow- American League Wednesday. cago White Sox while the New pitcher Mel Stottle I
York Yankees remained 3Vfc shared e, CLOTHING
ens. Result: The first place BaltiLeague back. myre spotlight with fi. I !STORE
I games Mantle for the Yankees as did! C. > i

Mantle, veteran Yank out- veteran Milt Pappas with Bow- .;.ra: i iay

.. '' 4 I s Boxes fielder, hit a tapemeasuredhomer ens for the Orioles. !
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,i of just over 500 feet and Stottlemyre, right-hander up : a,.b. .a GOING OUT OF BUSINESS I

YSrt one of 350 feet in the Yankees'. 7- from Richmond of the International -j .
w -CHICAGO- NEW YORK DETROIT MINNESOTA 3 triumph over the White Sox. : League, pitched seven-!. ..,:o. :
s ;(,.dq brhbi abrhbi>>1 afcrhbi abrhbi
hitter and issued only one walk];
i H'shg'er rf 11 0 0 Kubek st 4000 Bruton rf :3 1 1 If Versa lies ss 4000 Bowens, rookie outfielder for
Buford 2b 4000 Rich'son 2b 4130 Lumps 2b 5011 Rollins 3b 4020 the Orioles connected for hom- against the White Sox in his I j :. ,,, ,
Kline rf 5011 Oliva rf 2100 ti ''
Robinson If 4010 Man; rf 4112
Ward 3b 4220 Mantle' Cf 4332 Brown If 9100 Killebrew If 4 1 1 2 ers of 375 and 425 feet in Baltimore's first major league start. Pappas j! .. ,., a ..
., Skowron ib 4011 Lopez If 0000 Cash ib 4110 Allison 1b 3000 yielded only five hits to the Red.. .r a, .,a
e. cr
Stephens cf 4000 Tresh If-cf 4120 Freehan c 3123 Hall cf 4000 7-0 shutout over the Bos v
Hansen ss 4011 Pepitone Ib 4010 McA'liffe ss 4010 Battey e 4010 ton Red Sox. Sox in recording his fourth shutout -]j
a Martin c 4010 Blan'ard c 3001 Wert 3b 3110 Allen 2b 1000 .
Herbert p 2000 Boyer 3b 4111 Eolith p :3110 Grant p 1000 of the season. C J .
Peters ph 1000 Stottle'r p 3 0 1 0 Kostro ph 1000 Off Herbert .
weir ph 1010 Gorvl ph 1000 Piersall Hot ,
Totals M ] 7 2 Totals M 712 i Trials 35 t "T.t.s It 2 4 2 Mantle's long clout came ia j

e Chicago ..........,........ 001 160 010-3 Detroit .....................000 300 003- the fourth inning off Ray Her Jimmy Piersall celebrated the i ;' ,< ; .,
New York .. ............. 001 101 Olx-I Minnesota ............... ._ 000 002 000-2 birth of his ninth child by lead- r' b.. ,: s na'
first to be
bert and
was the CONTINUES !
E Buford Kubek 2. DP Chicago 2. E-Allen. DP-Detroit 1. Minnesota 1.
the fourth Los
N ing place Angeles ., .
LOB Chicago 7. New York 4. lOB-Detroit 7. Minnesota 5. measured at Yankee Stadium. ;i bx. ,
2B Richardson 3B Ward HR 28-Cash, Kalme Battey 38-McAullffe Angels to their triumph over] } ;,aS y.a
Boyer (IJ). Mantle 2 (25)) Mans (II). SB HR-Freehan (13). Killebrew (q. The ball went into the centerfield i PRICES SLASHED
Hershberger. SF Blanchard. SB-Bruton. Cleveland. He singled home two !
IP H R ER IP H R ER BI SO bleachers 22
r s BB SO over a screen
tqMix the second that broke
.... runs in a
Lolich W, 127 42 2 4 10
Herbert U5-4.5 6 3 3 0 0
Mosst .............. 1.3 3 2 2 0 0 Grant L, 9.t .,....5 1 3 0 23 feet 5 inches high at the 461-foot 1-1 tie and later scored the last LOOK WHAT YOUR DOLLAR BUYS ..
x Fisher .._........ 2.3 0 0 0 0 2 Roland .......... 12320 0 1 1 mark. It landed 15 rows back I
_....... He 3-for-5
'. Baumann .. .2 3 2 2 0 0 Kllppstein 11300 0 00 Angel run. went and
W1-0, Worthington ...... 2.3 3 3 3 21 and O'Sullivan assistant VALUE -
Stottlemyre' > 7 3 2 1 1 Danny also stole base. NO. 1
r Herbert faced one man In 6th. Plels ..........._. 13 0 0 0 01 a I
'U ,._ T-I:09. A-1 ,945. T-2-42. A-15,003. stadium superintendent, said it Harmon Killebrew, the major
I I 'ia.r. BOSTON BALTIMORE traveled just over 500 feet on league ledaer, hit his 40th homer :MICKEY: MANTLE :
...- ,. abrhbi .
for Minnesota but Bill Free- Powers Two
ROGER MARIS abrhbi abrhbi Mantilla 2b 10 0 0 E.Rob'son cf 5 0 0 0 ,
Salon 2b-lb 4000 Piersall If 5132 Bressoud ss 4 0 0 0 Aparicio ss 2200 It was the third time a homer ian's three-run roundtripperfor
HomerYankee Howser Power 3b-lb Y'trzes'ki cf 4 0 2 0 Powell If 2011
Raps ss 3100 3010
Wagner If 4021 Fregosl ss 4011 Stuart Ib 4 0 0 n Rob'son 3b 4 0 1 1 has been hit in that sector. Larry Detroit more than offset this tying and winning runs in Washington's ,I COTTON SLACKS :
R.Chance 1b 4 0 1 0 Adcock Ib 4000 Horton If 3010 Bowens rf 3 319 .
Alvis 3b 3110 Satriano 3b 0000 Malzone 3b 3010 Siebern Ib 1211 .Doby of Cleveland did it in in the Tigers' triumph.Jim I i win over Kansas City.;:
Francona rf /0 0 0 Perry cf 2110 Thomas. rf 3010 Brown e 4011Tillman i 1949 and Mantle 10 years ago. King's two-run homer in :It was the A's seventh straight
Davalillo cf 4010 Rodgers e 4000 c 3000 Adair 2b 4011
Aicu e 3001 Clinton H 4130 Connolly p 1000 Pappas p 4010 This latest Mantle homer, No. the; eighth inning scored the I!defeat.MOTEL: I WALK SHORTS
Romano ph 1010 Knooo 5b 4111 Jones ph 1000
McDowell p 0 0 0 0 Newman p 3000 Nixon ph 1000 443 of his career, compares toy
Siebert p 1000 Totals 31 18 0 Totals' 2f 111 his estimated 600-footer last I
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E-Francona. DP-Los Angeles 1. LOB all tomorrow and start saving now.
-Cleveland ,. U29 2234 4 4 2
7. Los Angeles Connolly 3
28-Wagner. 5BPiersall.Newman.. Ritchie ......... 2130 0 0 1 2 Other GamesIn Kirkpatrick & Edmonson
IP Charton ..........2 2 2 2 3 1
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Siebert ........... 4 1.3 5 1 1 0 5 Pappas. W. 11-5' 5 0 0 e 3 defeated Cleveland 4-2, ,
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By .JOE REICIILER I Bell ..........,...1 1 0 0 0 3 ,OO5. Detroit downed Minnesota, 6-2
'Newman W 10-5 123 6 2 2 3 4 --
NEW'YORK (AP) The lift I R Lee............. 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 I TUXEDO COATS
HBP-By Newman (Whitfield). T218.
the New York Yankees have A-,038.

been waiting for virtually all WASHINGTON abrhbi KANSAS CITY abrhbi WHITE DINNER

season finally have ar- Valentine If 4 1 1 0 Green 2b 5110
BI's'g'me 2b 4 1 1 0 Causey 3b 5131
rived.It King rl 3112 Jimenez If 4021
: Lock d 3112 Tartabull If 1000 I JACKETS
Phillips Ib 4000 Colavito rf 3021 If the kindof I
came_ at least for one day Zimmer 3b 2000 Gentile Ib 3000 you're
Kennedy 3b 1000 Edwards c 3010
Wednesday from two sources. Brumley c 4000 Ca'p'n'ris ss 4 0 0 a I
Brinkm'n ss 3000 Mathews cf 4111 0 TUXEDO PANTSHANDKERCHIEFS
One was wholly unexpected. Narum p 2000 Santiago p 1000
Sievers ph 1000 1 0 0 0
The other was 'from the most Chablesy 1000
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natural all sources. ............. 200 000 020-4 I
1The' Kansas City ............... 001 020 000-3E buyer who looks out I
;unexpected pickup was -Santiago. DP-Washington 1. Kansas :
supplied by a kid pitcher named ,City. 1. LOB-Washington 1. Kansas City ((16 FOR)

Mel 'Stottlemyre, ,who got his ago.HR-Lock (21) King W(17)Slntl-

first look at the big city only the Narum ........... 4 IP H 73 R ER 3 II 2 SO 1 SOX ((4 PR. FOR)
day before. Koch ............. 0 20 0 0 0
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year-old right-hander, in his
first big league start, pitchedthe MERCHANDISESOME -

Yankees to a 7-3 triumphover Is

the Chicago White Sox. He look for the man with SOILED NOW

base allowed on seven balls. hits and only one Moving Up I

And for the in VALUE NO. 2
first time
games,. the Yankees gave their I. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i

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who expected smashed, was two Mickey home Mantle runs, day night, 4-1 and 4-0, movinginto

second in Florida
and a single and scored three place

times. Clete Boyer and Roger State League standings. SPORT SHIRTS

Maris also homered for the Three of the Twins runs hi I that's
Yanks. (

RecordBreakerOne the Petersburg second errors.game were on St. yourChevrolet DRESS SHIRTS 17 .

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record-breaker. Hit off right extending their league lead to

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fourth inning, the drive clearedthe the big hitter for the Tarpons.In dealer) 4
screen in dead center and

landed.15 rows up in the bleachers. other action, Fort Lauder-

The drive was estimated at dale beat Lakeland 64 on the
500 feet., other ball
Only one hitting of Mike Ferraro and
ever has been hit in that specific
Jim Palma, and Daytona ;I
sector. The author of that oth- 'I

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Even Mickey was impressedby in the sixth inning. KNIT SHIRTS .

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18 GoInetYille Sun Thursday August 13. 1964

: Tuesday May Be Red-Letter Day- for Newnan Lake


Tuesday Aug. 11, 1964, may prove to be a red letter day greatly improve as soon as the Suwannee water level becomes Jack Crevalle up to 54 pounds In weight are being caught .,
for Newnan Lake fishermen and property owners. It was on .. normal. closer in, even at the mouth of inlets and in the inland
this dateduring the special bearing the Alachua County r r"- SALT WATER waterway.

Water Control and Recreation Authority, that Wade Hampton streamy "v ... ATLANTIC OCEAN GULF OF MEXICO
announced the target date for the completion of the Flagler Beach Horseshoe Beach

Prairie Creek Dam. He disclosed it as falling between October andAfield &ij Walter Carr and his wife, Mary Ann, of Gainesville, took Due to so much fresh water, the trout are being caughton
1, 1964, and October 1, 1965, the next fiscal year of a. j Don Hope and children, Donna and David Hope, to the inland the outer flats. Redfishing is picking up. Don't sell the
the Authority. waterway. They got into the finest kind of redfishing,
r. catching 20 that would average 8 to 9 pounds, plus a dozen cobia short which may be caught near the channel markers.
A FITTING CONTRIBUTION trout, jack crevalle, and sheepshead. It was the first fishing They may 40 pounders or larger, and you'll think they are
The Alachua County Water Control and Recreation Author / I experience for the Hopes, and the youngsters sometimes 100 pounds before you land one. Small tarpon have been reported
ity, composed of C. A. "Buster" Pounds, Jr., and Wade ,5. A '' + N1Ihr ..w ....i :1 needed help on the redfish beyond their strength to handle. in the area, so there should be an occasional larger
Hampton, Gainesville, and Paul Norfleet, Newberry, has Frank Phil|>ott Walter catches his own shrimp, and makes his wire leaders one.
completed the Orange Lake Dam Project in south Alachua Sun Outdoor Editor by the dozen. He and Mary Ann are experts on trout and -
County, and the Lake Alto Canal Project in north Alachua redfish on both the East and the West coasts, and the Hopes SUWANNEE RIVER

County, as two major projects already to its credit. It is were lucky to have such good fishermen to play host to Richard Cox says he had two tarpon on at the West Pass,
fitting that it next carry out for central Alachua County the V them. but lost them. He and his wife both fish for tarpon, and
plans for the Newnan Lake dam within four miles of Gaines. FLAGLER BEACH PIER they get their share of strikes and fish. Perry McGriff, Sr.,
and his David Shipman of Hollywood Florida -
ville. owner, grandson, ,
landed 57 shellcrackers. Mrs. Johnson reports plentyof Mangrove Snappers up to 7 pounds, speckled trout, and has been getting redfish from the summer areas which he
NATIVE ALACHUA COUNTIANS shellcracker beds close in to the lake shore. Spanish mackerel are running at the pier at the present has been fishing for years.
Pounds, Hampton and Norfleet are lifelong residents of time. You may happen into a good sized kingfish or sea
Alachua County, thoroughly acquainted with its history and LAKE SANTA FE bass, so keep a good grip on your rod and reel. CRYSTAL RIVER '
its problems. Pouring countless hours into Authority projects SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, Earleton Beach, weighed in 6 ST. JOHN'S JETTIES Trout and redfish have the play now that the tarpon are

they are working with the County Commission, civic bass up to 4Vi pounds for Alex Lombardi, Gainesville. Other The large sea bass, sometimes called redfish, and aver- less numerous. A good run of redfish has meant action from
organizations, sportsmen, and property owners to make a Gainesville catches include Pam and Charlotte Witkowski, aging in the 20 and 30 pound class, are back again and will Homosassa to St. Marks. The trout are continuing to b.
finer Alachua County. They are to be commended for the 36 blue bream and shellcrackers. Dr. William Burleson, be through September. They may be caught surf fishing also good size, and are being caught at least 2 to 4 miles out.
painstaking and thorough manner in which they are expending 27 bream and shellcrackers, Randall Tinker and son Harry, from the Atlantic Coast areas which show heavy rock for- Guides are obtainable at KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE In Crystal
their efforts. As "Buster" Pounds put it during 25 speckled perch, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sullivan, 34 mations at low tide. River.

Tuesday's special hearing, "We may appear to be slow in perch and 21 shellcrackers. Lee, Vera, and Gregory Dyal, ST. AUGUSTINE THERE IS SIX TIMES AS MUCH WATER AS THERE IS
getting things done, but we are making sure that we don't Lawtey, caught 420 blue bream and shellcrackers, while Dot Crossan, of the Ancient City Game Fishing Associa- LAND. THEREFORE A MAN SHOULD FISH SIX TIMESAS
have to do any step over again." Due to their initiative, spending 10 days at SHIPMAN'S CAMP. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- tion caught a sailfish measuring 6 feet 4 inches in length. MUCH AS HE WORKS! I IA
energy, and individual records of business success, it is en- ert Moseley, Orlando, landed 115 bream and shellcrackers in .-
tirely likely that they will hit their Prairie Creek Dam comple- 3 days. Eddie and Leona Prevatt, Ocala, harvested 32 large
tion date right on the head! speckled perch off Shipman's brush piles. SOLUNAR

At Tuesday's meeting they, with Dr. David Smith, con ORANGE LAKE
sulting engineer, deftly handled questions, unfolded the prog- Harry Merritt, Gainesville, weighed in a 6% pound bassat TABLESThe
ress to date, and indicated the steps ahead. They plan to THE TACKLE BOX caught in Orange Lake on a Black

maintain the Lake's water level approximately a foot higher Jitterbug lure. Sid Menge, the old master bass artist at J. schedule of Solunar Periods, lIS''
than it is at present. This will add thousands of acres of M. FIELD'S, passes the word that the schooling bass are Alden printed Knight's below, has SOLUNAR been taken TABLES.from John Plan!I FULLY COOKED
shoreline fishing among cypress trees and areas of abun- "hot" at Orange Lake. your days so that you will be fishing: I
dant cover for fish. Then such summer shade lovers as WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER in good during territory these or times hunting If you In good wish coyer toI PICNICSI.29c
Senator "Bill" Shands, Tom Martin, Dr. George Feagin, "Check With Charlie" Clark of Gainesville's TACKLE BOX find to offer.the best sport that each day has I
"Preacher" Gordon, Archie Edwards, Sid Robertson, and weighed in a 9% and a 10 pound catfish among his catch The Ma lor Periods are shown In bold-
countless others may enjoy comfortable fishing with a rea- from STEELE's HIDEAWAY CAMP on the Withlacoochee.This face shown type.and last These for begin an hour at and the a times half,, awf. s e.wr siw .... ...
sonable promise of success. With such fishing at our front Camp is located on Highway 200 where it crosses the or two hours thereafter. The Minor Pe-
riods, shown In regular of
door, maybe Russell Simmons and many others may not river between Ocala and Hernando. somewhat shorter duration.Use type arc i-
feel compelled so often to fish the Withlacoochee River and SUWANNEE RIVER Eastern A.M.Standard time. p.M.

equally far off waters for a limit of bream or bass. Successful Dixie County Clerk Cauley Copeland, Cross City, used his Friday Day Minor 10:50 Major 4:35 Minor 11:10 4:55 Major SW In's SWIFT'S SWIFT'SBUTTERBALL
dam projects have brought superior fishing to our Thursday afternoon off to catch 3 catfish and 3 bream in Saturday 11:30 5:20 11:55 5:45 HENTurkeys BABY BEErCHUCK BABY BEEF
frrnds: in the North, East, West, and elsewhere in the South.It the Suwannee River. He says the water has been rising so Monday Sunday 12:45- <6:05 SO 12:15 1:00 7:10':30
looks like it's going to happen to us here! fast, he was lucky to get that many. Chris Anderson, ofCHRIS' Tuesday 1:25 7:35 1:45 7:55 j CHUCK
Wednesday 2:10 1:20 2:30( 1:45
RESTAURANT, Fannin Springs, is another who Thursday 3:00 ':OS 3:15 ':31
wishes the Suwannee waters to recede. He says the fish ROAST STEAKS
A most unusual and highly successful event was Jackson. 10 to 12 Ib.
are scattered due to the high water, but that fishing willBig .VI.
ville's second annual Powder Puff Derby, sponsored by the ; t

Outboard Sport Fishing Club of Jacksonville. Women cor _uu._Vu"...'_,.__... __..
-, 47 LB.
testants, fishing from dozens of boats, brought in hundred 35L. .

of offshore gamefish, and proved that fishing is no longei CEDAR KEY TIDES I
exclusively a man's sport.FATHERLESS Friday High at 5:2 a.m. and <:50
o p.m. Low at 12:28 a m.
BOYS ENJOY SPORT FISHING u Y d .XWApt Saturday High at ':12 a.m. and I
; 8:22 p.m. Low at 1:40 p.m.
Another fine Jacksonville project is the providing of off Sunday High at 7:10 a.m. and 10:11
shore sport fishing for fatherless boys. Twice each year, S s yt. p.m.Monday Low-at High 1 a.m.at 8:25 and a.m.3:04 and p.m.11:28 END CUT LEAN
the Jacksonville Optimist Clubs, with the cooperation of the p.m. Low at 2:27 a.m. and 4:21 p.m. PORK s BRISKET
Outboard Sport Fishing Club and the Mayport Anglers Club, .t 4:03 Tuesday a m. and- 5:23 High p.m.at ':.A a.m. Low at CHOPS STEW
that fatherless boys enjoy a big day of offshore fishing. a Wednesday High at 12:16 a.m. and SA ir
see r 10:48 a.m. Low at 5:14 a.m. and <:12
Boat owning members of these clubs take two boys per. p.m.Thursday at ib. 39c Fu as I s > 5 Ib..99c
High 12:53 a.m. and
boat to the fishing gounds, and furnish their young guests r ll:3 am. Low at <:04 a.m. and 6:52:
with food, soft drinks, and fishing tackle.It p.m.
is a great thing for these young boys who seldom get
the opportunity to enjoy such a thrilling sport. It is likely % Spence Wins GR. BEEF .
that it is an equally satisfying experience to the boat owner .?>, FRESH SLICED

who share their day and their equipment with these finr ., R PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) BEEF LIVER. $
Fishing of some type should be among every :
youngsters. k
4I ga Ed Spence, 153, of Pittsfield
boy's experiences, and a project of this sort for fatherless I FRESH PORK
boys in the Gainesville area should prove to be most suc gained a eight-round split decision SAUSAGE. : 3 I b YOUR
cessful. We have the boats, the boat owners, and the boys. t over Willie James, 152, oft S. CHOICE
This should be a fine project for some civic club, business Miami Beach Wednesday nightin EAT BETTER

firm, or some combination of organizations. Would some the featured boxing bout at BOLOGNA. .
club or some sportsman like to get the ball rolling? aka aT Waconah Park. SMOKED

The Crystal River artificial reefs project of the Crystal w
River Guides Association has met with surveying difficul-
ties. The Guides Association feels that $1,000 the Corps of DEPENDABLE EAT BETTERWieners "
Engineers wants for surveying 4.6 miles of water with its RNm .Iahn.anSERHORSE /0- -4'
boats is too high, and also that $750 is excessive if the ..
Guides Association furnishes the boats. As the Guides Association 'k & 3 $100

and Crystal River are both small, and as the n__. SALES SERVICEtIlRJYS 21M. .
artificial reefs would benefit the tourists and many com- FRESH BEEF VEAL SALE
munities other than Crystal River, the Association is seek- Fish, Small Pan
Veal Cutlet 89c
ing a reduction of the proposed surveying cost or the shar- '- r Tongues39c lb. .
ing of this cost by other funds. To this end, the Guides As- Dr. J. B. Nash, retired department head from

sociation has written Randolph Hodges, Director, State New York University, encounters a vacation problem 601 S. Main Street ,Ib. Veal Loin Chops 69c
Board of Conservation, Tallahassee. As insistence on this caused by his Lake Kerr bass being too large for I I LONE STAR BOATS FRESH BEEFTripe lb.
cost to the Guides Association would mean cutting out this the frying pan. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis)
fine artificial reefs project, the Association invites the as- i Veal Rib I Chops 49c lb. r

sistance of organizations, outdoor writers, and interested
sportsmen so that the project need not be abandoned. As James Davis
artificial reefs bring fish of all sizes from far and near 0 SIbs. 99c Veal Shoulder 39c lb.

and improve fishing immeasurably, the small amount of FRESH PORK
money involved should be a helping factor rather than a Bass ChampWINTER
hindrance in the project's eventual success. SpareRibs Veal Rump 39c lb.


Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard have bought Otter Springsand the nationwide U. S. Open BOATS MOTORS TRAILERSSKI Breast 29c lb.
additional acreage for camping purposes. They plan to Black Bass Championsh,! SUPPLIES
develop Otter Springs into the largest privately owned which has been in progress 20 39c
I ,lb.
campground in the United States. The Hilliards have come weeks, since March 1, were announced I DISCOUNT PRICES

to this area from West Palm Beach, and are now living at today by the sponsor %'/ conFRESH DANDEC 13-ez. 'loaf
Otter Springs. Their three children will attend school in ing Winter Haven Chamber of I JIMMY MOORE'S I O.s. sot .t FLA. 10-1 00
Commerce.The $1 BREAD 2 27'HIC
Trenton. Starke Fla.THEY'RE PEACHES . 3 CANS . . tov.
new national champion is %.... I .JI ORANGE 46-or. -A-1 TOILETTISSUE

the-Hills, Fla., who caught a I FLA. PUNCH 3 CANS 89 . . ,3 ROLLS 19'CABIN
Newnan's Lake double lunker weighing 16 D
JOHN MCGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP reports bass fishing pounds, one-ounce out of Trout i ii ENESSE JIM DANDY HOME CARLTON'S 'or S.S. LONG GRAIN
highly improved with the rising of the water from recent i GUS S
Lake near his home on April BEER GRITS MEAL MICK RICE
rains. Bill Rogers, Gainesville, brought in a bass weighing 21. He will be presented an outboard
9 pounds 11 ounces, along with 3 others. Bill Hertel took motor, boat and trailer.-! -I 6 Cans 99c 5 Ibs. 29c 5 Ibs. 29c Vi gal. 53c 3 Ibs. 39c
home 4 bass. Ernest Wigglesworth caught 8 bass up to 2
The is Donald Bur PUFF SWIFTS PEANUT 1-lb. J.r4cANs25c
pounds in size. John McGilvray took time out to catch a 534 runnerup GOING FASTArcher -HUfF AKP
and 3% pound bass. W. M. and Jack Coon den of Tullahoma, Tenn., who J BUTTER 39eOLEO
a Yarborough entered a 14 pound, one-ounce CAT FOOD . . .
repeated last week's limit catches of speckled perch. Johnny I residents claimed the first three the someday
McGilvray couldn't resist the temptation to pick up 32 perch. bass hooked in St. Johns River they arrived. HERSHEY'S SHORTENING

Mr. and Mrs. Troy Moss, High Springs, accounted for 50 near Welaka, Fla. SUGAR Swifr'ning I
speckled perch. In regional contests outside of'I NEW 12-FT. HUNTER BOAT . $225.00

LAKE LOCHLOOSA Florida N.C., took, Paul first J. Hill place of Shelby in the,'I' WITH NEW MURRAY TRAILER".. $325.00 5 Ibs. 49 I 3 lb. 49 1LB. SOLIDS

Mrs. Carl Johnson, of CARL'S FISH CAMP, Lochloosa, eastern division with a 11- can 29
says Miller Jordan, Lawtey, and Kenneth Thompson, pound, six-ounce largemouth NO OTHER PURCHASE NO OTHER NECESSARY PURCHASE J 2 LBS.
Starke, caught 16 speckled perch and 28 bream. Joe West brought out of Lake Hickory,i SOMEONE WILL NECESSARY
Hawthorne, got his limit of bream. Carl Johnson, the camp N. C. i -FLA. GR. "A" MEDIUM LARGE HEAD

I EGGS . . 2DOZ.79' LETTUCE . . . .
Alongi Has WITH THE PURCHASE OF A 15-ft. Borum Overnighter fully equipped, sleeps 4.
I 14-ft. Span AmericaBOAT 2 sets of skis, completely enclosed, 60-HP Mercury FANCY RIPEBANANAS

Bone Chips motor, 16-ft. trailer. NOBODY UNDERSELLS AT-A-RAMA !
: $620 Originally more than $2,500. $11 QC OUR ADVERTISED PRICES ARE ALWAYS IN EFFECT
NEW YORK (AP) Tony, and (Less than original price of boat) NOW I 1 TJ 10 Ib. FROM ONE THURSDAY TO THE NEXT

Alongi of Miami Beach was 14-ft. Murray FRESH
found to be suffering from bone' Li $ 57
chips in his right elbow Wednesday Frank Philpott'sSport
night and declared out of i i Get A 10* each
his heavyweight bout against', 40 HP Mercury Motor '

Doug Jones at Madison Square!'! With Starter and Generator FREE CenterNorth SUNKIST _____________________

Garden Friday night in the television of Belk.Lindsey'i _
fight of the week. / THIS MOTOR CARRIES 20 N.W. 14th AYe. j'j'LEMONS
Billy Daniels of New York; FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6893
was immediately named to re-' OPEN 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDA u. S NO. ONE
place Alongi. Daniels, with an!I MARINEMERCURY Other Times by Appointirent: POTATOESTO
18-5-1 record, HOME OF HUNTER BOATS, McCULLOCH Next door to fire station Open Sunday 9 ..M. to 1 ....
caj outpointed by
Jones in their Teaneck Ibs. 49
at ,.
1031 S. Main St. FR 6-7629 JACKSON SAILING CANOES.
N.J. last
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r %,it BUSINESS.- MARKET1 S. Dollars Hit Forestry School Head 1


r.* REVIEW W' Billion Talks to Bronson LionsBRONSON

(AP) The The Bronson program has been started under 1 the Gulf Hammock area. Troop 1 I
S of U.S. dollars abroad Lions' Club welcomed Dr. John the direction of Assistant Scout- counselors Bill Sullivan, Leo- I

Readers' L to an annual rate of $2.9 Gray, director of the School of master Murrel Watson.A nard Cobb and Troop Committee

Request I in the April-June period, Forestry, University of, Florida, week-end campout is plan- Chairman Billy Booker will accompany i

Department said at their regular meeting Tuesday ned for Aug. 21, 22 and 23 in the group.

night at the new Holiday

The following market quotations III Motel Restaurant in Bronson.Dr. .
are requested specifically by readers compared to a highly fa I

of lions the art Sun furnished financial 1 by page. The quoteSTOCK LISTINGS record in the first three Gray, in addressing the Road Bill Signed

III For of 1964, when the deficit gathering, pointed out the tremendous ;

BeiteWiilberiiMurpliqr'NCV ; i international balance of need for forest products -

dropped to a yearly in the nation's economic

YORK STOCK I!Amer Heritage -- -- 22 I Dow Jones Stock Averages I By SAM of about $850 million. progress. 'Boon to Drivers'

EXCHANGEAbbott Amer Mat Ins 20%
Previous Day \ 2nd Hour I AP Business April, the quarterly re "The pulpwood industries, together -
Lab 2.40 41 Amer Pioneer Life 8 NEW YORK ( I said, the outflow has sub- with the other forest

Allied Chem 1.80 52th Anheuser Busch ---. 52% 834.63I_ | 30 Indust. up 4.08 plans are taking considerably and the defi- products from Florida, accountfor WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- taries of interior, agricultureand I
ident Johnson
Anodyne 4% 212.64 | 20 Rails | up .65 while summer May and June was a large part of the raw ma- signed a $2.4-bil- commerce on hand along
Amerada pt 2.00 81% lion bill
highway today and saidit with 30 or 40 members of the
Citizens Bank 37 148.60 15 plague much of to that of the first three terials for manufacturing in pa-
Am Elec Pow 1.16b 44th I Util. j up .58 will help do justice to a step- Senate and House.Construction .
35 furniture and the
Comsat glass,
Corp The big push of the per
Amer Enka 1.40a 59 Conn Lt & Pow __ 31% 298.17 | 65 Stocks \ up 1.25 garment; I many by products," said Dr. child in society, the American of the multibil-

Amer Hone 1.44a 67% Cowles Mag & Pb 11% 4,170,000 I Volume I 2,040,000.mills, of the was a shift of $830 mil- Gray. "The future forestry in- motorist. lion-dollar 41,000-mile interstate
1 between the March and dustries be The bill authorizes a two-year highway system is already covered
Dunn & Bradst 62% can expected tc pro-
--- and the food
AmerMFdy.90 Firs West. Fin'c'l 12% figures. duce almost onethird on the federal highway construction by the Federal Highway
Armco SU 3.00 72 43 900 Sou Cal Ed 32% up % aviation program, mainly for primaryand Act of 1961. That act authorizes
Florida Gas _ 11% national needs of pine, pulpwoodand
Atch Topka 1.203 34% FIa Nat'l Bank _ 64FIaTele 43 200 Fair Stratos 91% up ing suppliers.At the first half of the year, soft hardwoods, mostly secondary roads and not :$2.8 billion for the program in

Baxter Lab .36 25f. 29 42 500 Anaconda 46% up 2% its deficit was $1.9 billion on a from the Florida resources, and including the super-highways, :the 1966 fiscal year and $2.9 billion -

Beckman In 60 Forrest Labs 23 38 800 Pan Am 30% up % year's third adjusted annual rate much of that can be obtained starting in the 1966 fiscal year. in the 1967 fiscal year.
Beech S 1.10 46% J6 200 Un Artists 43 turned in a This means that if the "
LF Founders Life 7'Va % up from Levy County and the sur- "For much too long, John- The bill signed by the President
Bristol My .80 69% Franklin Life 57% 35 500 Am Tel Tel 78% unch port. For most half of the year matches rounding areas." son said, "the man who owns today authorizes funds for

Brunswick 8r. J3 600 Chock Fn 14% up2 summer slump a net of about $1.9 and drives an automobile has primary and secondary projectsfor
CambeR S 2.40 357iCarerdL -- 30 200 Sunshn Mng 28% up % tively mild. For will go abroad during A resolution was adopted at been treated like a stepchild. fiscal 1966 and 1967.
Grolier _ _41
---- 1.ooa 16% Gull Life ._ 53% 28 900 Smth Dou GIs 60% up % prospects look this session in memory of the We> require him to pay for the Under the primary and secondary -

Case"J 19% 27 900 Cessna Airc 30% up 1% than last year. late Frank Marshburn, Bronson highways he uses and we require system, the federal government -
Jones 14%
Cessna Air 1.00 30% Home Ins 65 27 500 Ampex Cp 17% up % fret because Lion and member of the Florida him to pay in advance. We pays 45 per cent of the

Ch'es Ohio 4.00 77 expansion W Orders House of Representatives, divert his taxes to other uses cost of projects on the primary
-_ 29 Jar Minit Mkts 1% Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks be sound. who died in July of this .
CoasSGa Kennasaw-Life 12% year.A but we delay the building of the highways, 30 per cent on sec-
CBS 1.80 43% Steelmen talk roads that he deserves."I ondary highways and 25
: Volume Close Change per
-- Life of Fla 6% Vote of local Lions jour-
Comb En1. 1.20 30 Lowes Company 19th 61 700 Magellan Pete 2% up Vt turning: 1964 neyed group to Orange Park Wednes- hope and I believe that our cent on extensions in urban

COne Mills .80 20ConUAirl 38 100 Chib 4% unch ton; year, a attitudes are changing." areas.
Milgo Electron 11% Campbell day night to attend the District
.40 22% Mort Guaranty Ins _- 25 33 000 Data-Control 54% up 3% their hopes on GM Units meeting there and to greet new The bill signing ceremony The federal government pays
Conu Ins 2.20 58% gust orders, took place in the White House '90 per cent of the cost of the
Pacific SW Air _ 42% 32 800 Seabd World 7% up ;. District Governor Charles
Contrl Data' ., 89 32 700 Stanrock Uran 1% 1 ing in delivery year.'U. I Cabinet room with the secreWilliston- interstate highway system.
SchlitZ Brew 47 up % Thompson of Jacksonville Riv-
Corn PdtS 1.SO' 58Y4 ic (AP) -The United
Secur Life & Tr 61 product, erside Club. Accompanying Lion
Del &.Air 1.60 79% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Auto men are Workers has or-
Southern Nitro. 22f. President Leonard Cobb were
all its General
Det..Steel .60 14% dent
Emerson -EI- --_- 1.00 44 Travelers Ins -- 44% Purchases --_ 307,881 even if units to take strike votes Fred Hale, Wayne Beauchamp, DoctorsTo
Short Sales preoccupied now G. M. Owens and Gus Efferen.
Fair Camera .50g 25Finn:1 2,0501 gotiations the end of the month.
AMERICAN Other Sales .
----- 304,163
Fed ---- 43% the new models Sept. 8 has been designated as
Total Sales Woodcock, UAW vice
-------- 306,213
-- -
FsCChartr 1.91f 31FIa'J / STOCK EXCHANGE T popular "Ladies Night" when the Lions
and director of the
Cst 12% will entertain the Brons 0 n Stay on Job
-- - PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK ers, the auto GM department, or-
.90 22 Aerojet-Gen 30'Va school teachers
Food Fair I -- MARKET another big at a special pro-
Analex _._ 27% the vote Wednesday -
nIC.Corp 1.00 55 Corp which would be gram. To make arrangements,
WILLISTON Although the ing it will continue to have their
Frit .Lay 4B Aqua Chem 17 Advances 73J self on top of a committee of Bill Sullivan,

Gen, Tele ___- .88 32fa Aurora Plastics -------- _"' 25 Declines ___- 346 in telegram to all local units Buren Donavant and Fred Shaw old Williston Hospital is sched- offices there.A .
a row.
GA Pacif 1.oob 571Getty Barnes Engineer 20% Unchanged 238 was appointed.The uled to close on Aug. 25, the two
-Oil _- lOg 24 Butler Shoe _ 9'Va Total Issues 1,322 { doctors who have been operat- spokesman for the hospitalsaid
will be Lions' bulb sale to
barges of today, Aug. 12, Gener light
Grace-eo 1.00!> 58 Chromaloy 14% New 1963-64 Highs 40 yesterday that many people
farm to the has made benefit the sight conservation
Hel Curtis .80 15'/4 Cinerama 6%. New 1963-64 Lows 12 crop Corp. no are under the mistaken impression
1-- and the ,will be started follow-
at the national level program Glass Firm
IBM _----.- 5.00 448th Computer Sci 17% that the hospital is
-- this
ing special meeting.
Many not indicated date at
Cutter Labs A 17%
Tnt Min C 1.8Oa 63.mt -- I
Te1e 1.00 53% Data Control _. 54% Late Morning badly hit by the union may expect Scoutmaster Gus Efferen reported !closing immediately and that
-- summer has the activities of the Plans PlantIn Dr. Donald McCoy and Dr.
Kellogg --, .80a 46% Fulton Inds 9% In view of on
Lehman -CP- _- 1.34e 29 Gen Develop 5% N. Y. ListingAllis flowing quota of shortness of time remain- Lion's sponsored Boy Scout James Dailey are moving their

Litton In -.. 1.98f 67th Mackey Airlines 4r. damage some it is essential that all local Troop No. 335. A program of Lakeland offices out of the hospital and

LoneSCm1.00 21% Mead Johnson _ 16% Chal 20% Int Nick 78% areas farmers I and units schedule strike study for rank advancementsand quitting practice in Williston.
Marsh Fid 1.6Oa 4H PacNWTeIe..23Philips Alcoa 69 Int Pap 33 But for the to be completed prior to merit badges has been prepared

Martn M 1.00 18% Elec -__-- 43 Am Air 45V4 Jones&L 80% the farm II 31." and a physical fitness LAKELAND (AP) Owens- The two doctors told the City

McG Hill ._--_----- .60a 35'I' ;Redwing Carriers 10% Am Can 44% Kais Al 34% will be at a UAW contracts with GM, Illinois Galss Company announced -Countil Monday that they were

Mead Corp -_ ___--. 1.70 46% Ric Group 6 Am Cyan 65% Ken'cott 87% Agriculture Motor Co. and Chrysler plans today to build a multi- closing the old hospital as of

Merkd -- -- 2.oo 40% Sperry R. Wts. 61 Am Mot 15% Lig & My 80 that for 59 major expire Aug. 31. ContradictionIn million dollar plant in Lakeland Aug. 25 in order that they can

Natl Air! .80 50 Syntex 66% AT&T 70% Loch'd 36% will be 111 per top-level negotia to help meet a growing demandFor obtain further medical

N Y Cent SOg 43 TainpaE1ee-- --- 25% Am Tob 33% Lorillard 44%' 59 average. resumed today between Fla. LawsJACKSONVILLE glass containers by the Florida trainingas

Nia M Pow -. 2.00 57 Tech Measur 211% Ampx Cp 18% Mag'vox 30% year's record bargainers for Chrysler citrus industry.The specialists. This is in antici-

Norfolk W -_- 6.00 137% TWAWIS 26 Anaconda 47% MM&M 59 ahead of 1961 the UAW. (APThereis plant will occupy 250,000 pation of the new hospital to be

No Ind P S --____- 1.48 59% Univ Security & Inv. 9r. Armour 47% Mohasco 14% Retailers are economic issues were a contradiction in Florida square feet of a 121-acre site constructed In Williston.Dr. .

No Nat Gas 1.80 5n. ACL 80% Mons'to 79 shoppers over Wednesday by sub- election laws over whether par- and will make 120 million bottles .

Olin Math -___ __- 1.20 42% MUTUAL FUNDS Babcock 33% Mont Wd 38% ever this fall for both sides. ty officials must promise to and jars annually.The McCoy said he wants to

Owens II G 2.50 101;. Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 833/4 additional support 90 per cent or 100 per plant will employ about go into internal medicine and
PacG&E 1.00 31 Affiliated Fund I-.----- -- 8.99 Boeing 547/8 Nat Dist 28% will be more cent of the party's candidates, 210 persons with a payroll of plans to re-enter medical schoolin
Pac LUng 2.40 29% Capital Life & Gr 10.17 Borden 75V4 N.Am Av 497/s after taxes to Case says Richard D. Barker. more than $1.5 million annually : six to eight months. He said
Divers Growth 9.86 he will continue his in
Pac T & T __- 1.20 28 i Brunswk 8% Penney 57% many One statute says 100 per cent the announcement said.
Pan Amer A 1.20 30% Dividend Shares -- 3.80: Cater Tr 33% Pa RR 35 to upgrade 20-year-old Starke you th, and another says 90 per cent, Lakeland and Polk County civ- Williston in the meantime.Dr. .

Parke Day ----- 1.00 27thPenmoil Dreyfus .. 20.47' Celanese 70 Pep Cola 57 bit, buying a ld W. Bradberry, was Barker told the Duval County ic and government leaders were Dailey plans to go into
-_- 2.00 35% Fidelity Capit Chrysler 53% Phil Mor 77% more expensive yesterday with charges Democratic Steering Committee told of the plans at a breakfast surgery, but he said it would be

Pfizer .80a 481. Fidelity Fund _ 18.05 CocaCol 137% Phill Pet 54%' All regions of out of an incident at a Wednesday. sponsored by the Lakeland In- about two years before he coulddo

Phelps Dg 3.00 71% Fidelity Trend 19.07Fund'tal Com Ed 53% RCA 31% share in this tavern. Barker quit as a delegate to dustrial Board.E. so. He said he would continueto

Polaroid 1. -___- --- .23 147 Invest -- .. 11.19 Con Edis 89% Rep Stl 45% materializes on complainant, Wayne the Democratic National Con- C. Jones of Toledo, Ohio, practice in Williston.

PubSVEG-2.60 38' Income of Boston 8.60 Cont Can 51% Rey Tob 43 enough should to of 3860 SW Archer Rd., vention last week and an- an Owins Illinois vice presi-

Pure Oil 1.60 57%' Incorporated Inc 10.10 Dow Che 69% StReg P 31% months of the assault and battery by nounced he will support Sen. dent, said the plant will make i, A replacement for Dr. McCoy
Keystone K-2 5.66 I in Williston is
Rayonier 1.00 35 DuPont 261% Seaboard 52% last with the : at the "Speakeasy" Barry Goldwater of Arizona, containers for carbonated beverages -I being sought.

Rexall _- SOb 49% Keystone S-3 -- 17.06 EAL 29% Sears 119% as impressive 13th St. in a warrant Republican nominee for Presi beer, wine, drugs, phar-

Reyn Meto ---- .50 351 Keystone 5-4 4.87 E.Kodak 129% Sinclair 46% first half of the yesterday.to ,dent. maceuticals, miscell a n e o u s Jail
Rich Merr --- 1.00 49;. Life Investors 10.37 Firestone 40% Socony 81/ foods and citrus products. Again

R C Cola ----- 1.20 71th Life Stock Fund -_ 8.05 Fla Pw 51 y Southn C 62% "The growing demand for
Mass. Inv Stock 16.83 Fla P&L 81 R 13%
Dutch 1.73g 46 Sperry the Florida For
Roy&arleGD -- .9064 Mass. Inv Growth 9.03 Ford 52% StBrand 77 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH < glass containers by major fac- TrustyBilly
citrus industry was a
Singer 2.00 9O Pioneer Fund -. 9.99 Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 85% build
Puritan Fund 9.44 tor in the decision to a Vinson is back in
-- --- jail.
Smith KIn 1.20a 64 Frept Sul 36% Studebak 7% "
-- said.
----- Jones
I in Florida,
Putnam Growth 9.55TV Frueh Tr 33Y4 Swift 50% plant
SouCa1ed1.05 32% Coin Date 'Freeze' The 30
year-old Negro trus-
& Elec 8.11 '
30% Texaco 81 Y4
St. Oil Cal 2.00 64% Gen Dyn
ty escaped from the Alachua
St. Oil Ind 2.00b 80Y. Value Line Inc 5.66 Gen El 82% Thiokol 13% I Tavern ShutPermanently
County Jail Saturday and
Wellington Fund 15.36N Gen Fds 90% U Carb 119 I was
Sterl Drug .65 29 s:
recaptured only to
Gen Mills 42% Unit Airc 49% By Sylvia Porter escape again
Texas Util 1- ---- 1.20 61 Y S E Most Active Stocks Monday during
Textron 1.40 44th Gen Mtrs 93% Un Fruit 21% .. ::4W a checkup at
---- Alachua
Tidewater-_ 32 Comp. Vol. Close Changes Goodrich 55% US Steel 58 w General Hospital.

Trans W A 41% 96 200 Chrysler 52% up 1% Goodyr 43 Univ Mat 13%I The new federal law permit- our economy by the trainloadand freezing the 1964 date on future A permanent injunction closing Yesterday afternoon followinga

Union Pac 1.603 44th 73 700 Studebaker 7% off V Greyhnd 25% Westg El 36% ting the U. S. Treasury to the Treasury's "normal"coin coins will mean that as many as the Peppermint Lounge, 408 telephone tip to Deputy Sheriff -

Und Air L I.SOb 49\ 61 600 Westg El 34% up % Gull Oil 56% Winn Dix 35% freeze the date "1964" on all production schedules and 10 to 15 billion '1964 coins will NW 5th Ave., has been imposed David Butler, sheriff's offi.

Upjohn 1.00 50/s 55 500 Tex Gulf Sul 54% up % lot Harv 79% Woolwth 28% new coins for the duration of projections became a joke.In be in circulation by the end of by Circuit Judge James C. cers and Gainesville police surrounded -

Jim Walter 28% the emergency could bring more one breath a Treasury of- 1965. That compares with just Adkins Jr. a trailer in the 1200

War Lamb -. .70 32 than one billion hoarded coins ficial asks, himself "Where the 3.8 billion bearing the 1963 block of NE 3rd Ave. and -

Worthintn -, 1.50 46% NEW YORK TJMES MARl;KET AVERAGES AUG. 12 out of hiding and back: into hell are the coins?" and an- date." Judge Adkins took the action Vinson. captured

Xerox 111% (e) New, York Time general circulation. swers, "The only explanation is Wallace believes the f r e e z e yesterday, on grounds the

Zenith ._.- --- 1.203 65\. This one simple, regrettablebut 'in hiding." will immediately encourage lounge is a public nuisance.He Vinson, who has been committed
High Low Close Net Chg. I
could hoarders to disgorge their loot
ingenious measure
As an illustration, in testi- to County Jail on a charge
25 Roils H7.33 145.74 146.73 up .89 'be -at billion coinsandto had invited the club's own-
I of crucial value in solving least one
OVER THE COUNTER 25 Industrials 842.50 831.24 839.02 Up 6.71 mony before,,a Congressional violation of parole from a two
near-critical coin Bobby Hodges, to present a
i our nation's refrain from hoarding more er, .
sentence for
50 Stocks 494.91 488.49 49290 3.80 committee, Asst. Treasury year prison aggravated
'N W YORK (AP) The following bid Up I shortage. next year. Moreover, the na plan for a different, more acceptable -
.nd asked quotations >uppl! 4 by the i Secretary Robert Wallace reeled assault, was charged with
National Association of Securities Deal It may be that you personally off these startling farts on the tion's coin collection would be use for the property.No escape.

ers. Inc.,but do not are represent the NASD's actual estimateof transactions STOCK haven't come up against the extent of coin-hoarding and expected to hold 1 back from plan was presented.The .

the rang within which these securIties FLASHES coin shortage but it's real it's coin speculation today: buying an anticipated total of lounge was locked on a

bought could(asked have): been sold (bid) or MARKETNEW spreading every day. Now signsare Total coin sales are now I1lIrning 100 million coins in 1965. In addition temporary injunction last Law Officers

being posted at bars and the three days our two month.
8%I at the rate of $200 milliona I
:'Alico :Land '
Amer Fidel Life _- 23 YORK (AP) Stock'can Smelting were up about a lunch counters across the country year, double the 1962 volume.An mints will save in productiontime End Course InEmergencies
: market trading picked up as point each.General informing customers that because they don't have U.S. Students
no change can be made "dueto astounding 122 advertisements to shut down to install new
prices continued to rally early Motors was nearly I
up -
current shortage of coin" or offering to sell coins by 1"1965" dies will allow themto
:Short Food, this afternoon. a point. Chrysler, American urging customers to pay in the roll and by the bag appeared produce an extra 50 million Leave Cuba
fractions to about a Motors and Ford showed small I Local officers
Gains of small coins, even pennies. in a recent issue of coins instead. law enforcement

Short Tempers point among key stocks pushedthe plus signs. Although obvious factors be- Coin World, bible for the na I Admittedly, the freeze will MIAMI CAP)- _80_American -1 Dudley W. Garrett Jr. and I
IBM 3 and
averages further into plus 2. rose Control Data hind the coin scarcity are out tion's 10 million coin collectors. add new appeal to the pre-1964 students who visited CUbain Herman L. Breland today finished

_BOMBAY, India (AP) In- territory. Sears, Roebuck was ahead soaring population, record Coin dealers have set up no vintage coins. But the trea- defiance of a U.S. State Department a special Florida Law Enforcement
2 and
dia's spreading food shortage Motors, steels, rubbers, farm nearly International Harvester spending, mounting numbers of fewer than 10 teletype systemsto sury's hope is that speculators' ban, left Wednesday I

has triggered a noisy brawl in implements, chemicals, tobac- a full pointInternational coin-hungry vending machinesand relay quotations of coin will find it such a nuisance to I night for the United States, Academy course at

cos, rails and utilities were Telephone, up a sales taxes, the Treasury prices to clients across the na sort, through already' circu- Havana Radio said today.A I Tallahassee in handling civil
the Maharastra State Assembly. among the gainers. point, was a feature in a nar- insists that its coin productionhas tion. lated coins to find items of numismatic broadcast heard here did disturbances.

Opposition members started it Coppers, while continuing to rowly higher utility section. more than kept pace with It's estimated that a mini- value that this aspectof not say which route the students I Garrett
a deputy sheriff and
by shouting and.thumping theirdeskduring' post some gains, were some- by Fractional Pan American gains were made these trends.It mum of 1.5 billion coins are the freeze will have a' limit- would use in flying to their Breland, a reserve officer, in
what spotty following news of Air has made studies to show now boarded and the figurewell ed impact homes. They were in Cuba the Alachua
Wednesday's ses- County Sheriff's Of.
Kennecott's labor agreement. ways, Southern Pacific, Allied that since 1956 when $11.53of may be much higher. A freeze of this nature is unprecedented about. two months. fice, were of-
done Tempers became short Associated Chemical, Douglas Aircraft and coins were in circulation for The Securities and Exchange in the U. S. and it In a statement issued at Jose ficers from among

and "fist: fighting, broke out I The Press averageof Goodrich. every American the amount Commission already has taken will be a serious blow to legi- Marti Airport, the students said taking part in across the the state
stocks at 1.1
60 noon was course.
Guards had to restore order and I up Up about a point were New produced has increased by a three separate actions against timate coin collectors. But the "We demand that the American

two of them were injured.The at 316.4 with industrials up 1.6, York Central 1, Pennsylvania steady two to four per cent a coin dealers whose ways of of- situation has been allowed to government listen to us. We demand The day and night training,
rails .7 and utilities .6.
up up Railroad and Merck. year. This would be in line with fering coins have possibly violated reach a point where this drastic too, that if any one of us conducted by FBI, local and

speaker had refused togrant I The Dow Jones industrial average Prices rose generally in mod- our population growth an1 other i the securities laws. measure has become essen-. is penalized, all of of us must 'state police, and Marine

an opposition request that at noon was up 4.02 at erate trading on the American increases in our economy. "Since a coin's value dependson tial to avoid a full-scale coin'be penalized. I I Corps experts, coverej procedures

the assembly adjourn in sym- 838.10. Stock Exchange. Starting in 1961, though, the how rare it is," says Wal- crisis and incidentally, it's "The American government is for controlling and preventing -

pathy with a workers strike Kennecott slipped nearly a Corporate and u.s. government demand for coins in the U. S. lace, "our first counterattackhas still to be seen how well the afraid of those who visited Cuba disturbances caused by

point and Phelps Dodge was un bonds showed little went into a perpendicular,I been literally to swamp the freeze will work and how soon for the only purpose of findingout disasters, demonstrations and

against rocketing food prices. changed. Anaconda and Ameri change. coins simply "disappeared" in- nation with coins. In addition, the shortage will be eased. the truth for themselves." other emerienciel.v .


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--r.., Three Name'd Transplanting Azaleas Award Praises WorkOf j

: Down to Earth '1'. .. .)..:. Calls for Care
F ..,.,.>"'-. .. Directors Planning UF Ag Scientist J

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w r In Levy County .J Angus Ass'nOf By HERVEY SHARPE til It Is supported by only a at the same level in its new lo- KNOXVILLE;, Term.. -
Z. Palmer, meat scientist
..dti '-'" Agricultural Extension Service toadstool column of earth. Slide
cation as it did near the house. the Florida Agricultural I
Henry Chltty of Galneivffle, Transplanting azaleas in the excavated plant onto a
: By LEONARD OOBBAfflcultarml trash for Now, add a few shovelfuls of ment Stations, today
cart transportation to
William Baker of Keystone summer is like a tiff with the awarded for
: Extouloa 8ervfe 'Heights and Maurice Edwardsof wife both can have a pleas- the new location. top soil around the plant and research in$1,000 .
----1' meat quality.A
Starke have been named directors ant ending if you are careful. Replanting the azalea in a wash the loose earth down into
7 Cercospora Leaf Spot is outer part of the wood. Dr. Mul- citation and the
of the recently organ- Since the of
I 0 spreading r a pi d 1 y on peanut lin, Extension plant pathologist, ized Northcentral Florida An- plants is more temperament predictable, group near a long line of a I the roots with a generous sup- were presented to Palmer I
fields due to the rain damp said infections occur primarily hedge will help- to break up the ply of water. Repeat the proc- today at the annual
gus Association. here are a few tips on winninga of the and II
I! weather. Growers are having a through the roots. The fungus Officers and directors were battle with nature. monotony hedge ess until the hole is almost fil- the American Society of

: difficult time keeping the dust causing this disease is soil 'named at the organization'sfirst But, before you dig up the give a flash of spring color, led, then form a water basin Science. I

on the vines long enough to do borne. It is transported by field day, held at the Fair- first rootlet be sure to size up say Station Agricultural ornamental Experiment horticulturists. around the base of the plant Palmer was cited for
:" any good. Dust should stay on movement of plants, soil, gar view Ranch near Citra. Mr. and the situation. This includes the and fill this basin with well covery that good

: the plants at least 12 hours to den tools and water. Mrs. Victor Puig Jr., .ranch reasons for moving the flowering rotted mulch. Oak leaf mold is more to do wth beef I
be very effective. This has not Where one or more trees.are mangers, were hosts. If the new planting site is fine.
shrub and where you will than marbling. Marbling
I been possible recently. For con- infected, in order to protect Marlin M. Nicely, Lake City, covered with sod, remove the I
move it.Some Next soak the roots of the to the alternate layers
: trol of this disease apply 25 per healthy ones, the best control is was elected president. Puig was folks discover that teen sod for use on sandy spots of plant until become alarmed meat and the less tasty which'I II
cent of 325 mesh sulfur dust. to remove and destroy the in- named vice president, and William I lawn, or better yet, place the you -
age azaleas are cluttering up the size of tissue.
at month'swater
: With the rainy weather we fected trees by burning. Re- Crain, Ocala, was elected the bedroom windows and pro- sod in the old azalea site. bill. Apply water dailyor I

: are having, dust should be applied -move and burn as much of the secretary treasurer. viding hiding places for peeping Next, dig a hole larger and when the 11 This discovery may
plant gets an
at 7-day intervals root system as possible. Jim Pace, animal husbandman Toms. Others that deeper than the ball of earth of become a boon to both
; swear o'clock To the
I Some growers are shifting tot When you plant a Mimosa; with the Florida Agricul- the rotting mulch around the the plant. In digging the hole, droop. prevent housewife and to the
spray program for peanuts tree, it is highly desirable to 'tural Extension Service, spoketo plants gives their home hali- keep the richer top soil sepa- mist midday of droop, apply a fine since it appears to cost
water to the leaves of
: Zineb of the resistant strainsnow the cattlemen the impor- money to produce tender
using such materials as get one on tosis that their best rate from the poor dirt in the
: and Maneb along with t he 1 r available. tance of production testing. friends wonder about.It bottom of the hole. the plant as needed. for the dinner table
cessive unwanted fats.
conventional disease control is for sure that the shrubs, Prior to placing the shrub in With this approach and a bit

: program. snuggling close to the house, the hole, add a sizable quantityof of luck, your azaleas won't Dr. T. J. Cunha,

: Southern Blight has shown up promote damp, moldy growth well rotted organic mater- drop a leaf. Of course planting of Florida animal

in several places this summer Alachua CountyAgent's that rots off ends of boards ial and a handful of azalea just before a week long rainy partment head, said that
: in peanut fields. This is a very faster than you can save to ;fertilizer. Mix this well with a spell is added insurance. Fora mer's work has led to

difficult disease to control in pay for replacements. !scattering of top soil, then ad- schedule of the next rainy cent USDA proposal to

: fact, the only control effective Roaches and other house- just the bottom of the hole mixture spell, contact your local weather -Federal Grading j

: is sanitation and rotation of CornerBy II hunting insects often use aza- i so that the azalea will sit bureau. decrease the emphasis ."
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; crops. lea mulch as their base of attack I '
MIMOSA WILT has caused WILBURN C. FARRELL and invade when your

: home owners a lot of trouble f Agricultural Extension Service best company can witness and

_. _. _f
in recent years by killing their. 'W F spread embarrassing rumors.A .

: beautiful Mimosa tree just as' Milk: is a very essential par!t: McQuarrie. The Alachua Coun- neighbor took all the above [ It COSTS Muth LESS of,

: they get big enough to give a of our everyday diet but did: ty 4 Hers brought home the reasons in stride and vowed to

good shade. you know what a job it is for, Jimmy Roland rotating trophy keep her azaleas around her

: The first symptom shows up "Old Bossy" to produce it on which was presented for the home until she discovered thata

In the wilting of leaves on one ,a hot day? You see, the old first time this year. small snake used the shrubsas

or more branches. The foliage .gal doesn't have an effective the the a ladder to climb atop a a
Receiving trophy on
hangs downward and the wilted radiator-type system like automobiles window ledge to bask in the 1 1
basis of accumulated for
leaves shrivel and fall. I and humans, so several points

The wilting gradually movesto 'changes in the blood take place outstanding camp work were sun.The first step in moving an

other branches until the en- I to help the animal remove her, Steve Andrews Platt, Reggie Harold Brown, Edwin azalea is to use a length of AMERICAN DISCOUNT STORFS
tire tree is defoliated. The tree I heat. First, the blood increases I rope to gather up the skirt-like
and Farrell.
usually dies about a year after i in amount and becomes diluted Billy Jimmy branches into a tight bundle ;

first wilting occurs. The primary -I according to Dr. J. M. Wing Harold Trujillo served as around the main trunk limbs. J-J- -' kg

internal symptom of the dairy husbandman with the chairman of the Camp Council This permits digging a sizable
disease is a brown color in the Florida Agricultural Experi and Edwin Andrews was vice' ball of earth and main roots 5PECIAL'A
ment Stations. Being diluted, the chairman. without snipping off outer iir
blood is easier for the heart to
She Won't pump to the skin surface 'Alachua County" will be in- spring's branches flower that buds.contain next ri'MISS' & ladles ,

where the heat is dissipated. scribed on the trophy which
Be a Lady With a grub hoe begin a
will be taken back to
During hot or cold weather, camp trench around the base of the
LONDON (AP-Lady Mitch-I next year to be awarded to the i SLACKS it
cows are continuously working plant at least 12 inches from t r.i
ison refuses to be a lady. outstanding county 4-H delega i
hard at manufacturing milk. the: main limbs. Dig the trench
"I will not take the title she 2.48
Since milk: is made from blood tion.We deep enough to cut below all
said. "I don't want it and I and solid
won't have it." components. Almost 500 poundsof would like to thank the, the runner roots, then with a Plaids flanne's' and cottons
blood must pass through the University City Kiwanis Club shovel undermine the plant un- lightweight
She automatically receivedthe colors
title when her husband, Gil- udder for each pound of milk and its agriculture committee, !!! : This year's most wanted i

bert Mitchison, 74, was made a produced. The blood completesa headed by Dr. Charles Simpson, 4Y Sizes 32 to 38
heart-to-udder cycle every for sponsoring four of our boysat
life last month.
Before peer he was ennobled Lord minute, so to yield 50 pounds the Wildlife Camp. R- i'J8&
of milk a day "Old Bossy"'must
Mitchison Labor memberof
: was a '
the House of Commons. His pump more than eight "There was once a girl *? S'
400 CitrusGrowers
tons of blood through her ud-
named Mueller
wife, Naomi, is a successful ,

: writer. I der.No Who looked for a way Misses'a;
wonder a dairy cow works &
Lady Mitchison feels so DueInstitute to be cooler. .Y.. :
strongly about it that she took herself to death in just a few
the following advertisement in 'short years. She soaked her sheetsin

the personal column of The At ice water-

Times of London. We're very proud of our Wore her PJ.'s I Compare at /r

: "I Naomi Mitchlson still wisr elegation! to the 4-H Wildlife ASTOR Citrus productionwill some shorter, t 147 :1.97 ,.,.. P. .
: to be called Naomi Mitchison." Camp held last week at Camp .
take the spotlight at the 31st But the temperature kept

annual Citrus Growers' Institute getting crueler. Choose tram
a a
which starts Monday at },. Fa"1 colors & VYondev /ar9J L .
Camp McQuarrie in the Ocala r

: Gilchrist CountyAgent's National Forest. i 17 .SOlids, stripes, polka trOfs iii'i'j tVA1)
Fred P. Lawrence, citricultur-
Sizes 32 to
1st with the Florida Agricultural z

: Corner ... .,. ', .- Extension Service and coor- 4J Sizes 42 to 46 in '
dinator of the Institute, said that sparkling white ..,

By JIM YELVINGTON .#: more than 400 citrus growersare

: Agricultural Extension Servk expected for the four-day I ** W iayt*."* SN .'**'#>* meeting. :C'if taflg

-- .- Citrus advisory committees in J fpSB A il BAirvEB

: Due to high water at Hart Lake last week than any other Lake, Orange Marion Seminoleand fORaACIlrOSCHDDI.
Springs the annual barbecue boy camper among the 49 boys Volusia counties, sponsors ENOUGH
: dinner meeting of the Gilchrist there from Gilchrist, Flaglerand of the Institute, have plannedthe W PLAY

County Cattlemen's Association Dixie Counties. Thus, he program. The Florida Agri- .
: today has been transferred from was elected best boy camper. cultural Extension Service is di- :4 ,
: Hart Springs to the Tri-County Earlier in the week, Van recting the Institute. K. S. Mc- ? Boys 'SturdyDUIIGAREES

Livestock Pavilion at Fannin was chosen by the leaders of Mullen, district agent, is Institute iY.Y. '
: Springs. Serving is to begin at the 10 cabin groups to be the director. (Y.i
6 p.m. Camp Council chairman for the .
: Although previously informed week. Good leadership exhibitedin During the 4 day program, A
; by Commissioner of Agriculture this capacity and as a cabin growers will receive informa- < L.J
: Doyle Conner that he would be leader was largely responsiblefor tion from university and indus- Made to wear f57

: unable to be with us for this his popularity among the try specialists on applying fertilizer and wear

occasion, we have more recent- campers at large. through irrigation systems Sizes 4 to 12

: ly received word that there is Van is a senior in Trenton "hoeing" young trees with

a possibility that he might be High School and the son of Mrs. herbicides, rootstocks and scions M r: 'r:
.: here. At any rate, we are scheduled Azuloy Courtney. old and new. MORAL: ; .. :

to see color slides and Betty Lynn Bourne of Flagler Dr. M. O. Watkins, director, Short Sleeve Quality
: hear of the commissioner's tour County was selected by the : Messes & Ladles AI "
Florida Agricultural Extension 'I!
: of Russian farms last year. campers as the best girl camper NOTHING .' Mesh
Service, will discuss the Exten- 1. POLO Seamless
AGRICULTURE THE KEY among the4S girls there sion Service citrus c.= .. ,w.- .
and the in- o:*>> :t;
a successful agriculture from the three counties. II IT 5
industrialization is impossible Gilchrist 4-H girls Lavonla dustry.Dr. COOLS .

If every citizen must Courtney and Sheila Powell Herman Reitz, horticulturist SHIRTS INYLONS

: scratch his own living from the were members of the honor in charge, Citrus Experiment
ground, no manpower can be cabin of girls- so designatedby Station at Lake Al-

made available to teach new the adult camp staff becauseof fred, will show how OperationDare LIKE 1 I 67C I 49C1r

skills; operate transportationpower their high scores in assigned the University of Flor 'Capra

and communication facilities duties and a good cooperative ida's new plan for developing Q .;#: >at
: ; or build and staff factor- spirit in all camp activities. agricultural resources effectively t Comp<
ies. This is one of the basic This cabin was led by S usa n relates to the citrus in- R ,..
dilemmas facing many of the McMillan of Flagler County, dustry. Ptaids and solids Washable cotton Come lementTY 4i'i
newly emerging nations. who was' selected by the .adult flares sands Fall shades
self-belts, stripes ,
Today, over half the earth's camp staff also as the best girl Growers will take a look at ;) PI Bated. Attractive pnnts,

people are undernourished, and cabin leader among the five the agricultural labor situation, AIR .:f f. stirs ight-lines and many Many colors to choose from 11 11..

the problem is growing at an girl cabin leaders. the present status of mechanization ;:i1: other styles Sizes I 6 to 16 Sizes to 1X .
amazing pace. With the world Gilchrist 4-H boys Billy I. of fruit harvest, chemicalsthat f/.i Sizes 32 to 38 j

population expected to double Rogers, Craig Watson, Johnny hasten formation of the abscission CONDITIONING 1

by the year 2000 the situationis Parrish and Herb Parrish were layer in citrus, synthe- 1. .>"'.'<:& 1; iJt\1"?y,.. # ; Jt"n__ w -,4>*. I .' .; v:{ :: ..
potentially chaotic. To avoid members of the honor cabin of tics, and the rates and sourcesof "
disaster, there must be vast Improvements -boys. This group was led by nitrogen. tEfl INSTALLATION Famous DDMC Ladles' GIRDLES Infants' Lightweight Flannel

in the production, John Bag I e tt of Flagler *JU ALLOWANCE Makers' DKAi>

processing, distribution and County, who was selected as During the Institute, Law- will be liven to each Florida GOWNS &
utilization of f 00 d. Such ad- the best boy cabin leader. John rence will be saluted for his Mad- : Compare
Power customer who
Corporation 97C
vances will require the talentsof is the son of the former principal contributions to the growth and replaces a flame-type heating 71C .Sell for at 1.98 KIMONAS

an army of skilled agricultural of Bell School His family advancement of the citrus indus system with WHOLE HOUSE pto2 8 JK t.1..

scientists.For moved from Bell to Bunnell try. electric cooling and heating. Offer We con t niMticn the! roan bot pool! Regular and panty djs
information about the and recently moved again to with the food July 1 through A&g. 3L know themcmvfadlh.when'Otl1M1I I IA. Also 2-way atnIda "* ,. 44C C Dmm at l f<
: abundant career opportunities Hastings.Mrs. Cooperating Instituteare Sizes 32 to 441 A,B. C D cups '8 Sizes 32 to 44 79c
in agricultural science, write Azuloy Courtney and the University of Florida, .put the Ar cant on comfort!

: to the College of Agriculture at Mrs. Laura Rogers, local adult U. S. Department of Agriculture ,. / L".:._..''", ;;<'wa.-.'ri't. .,>...>.0-4,," '" E..,{"f1,=".' _"A-.0.:; ..,it: .., -,'7" ,./,', N"V" ;;..iii't".r"-<"".., 'ti 4r,.i. Prints" "and 4. '.solids.. ., ti
the University of Florida in 4-H leaders, accompanied the Florida Citrus Commission -
Gainesville or call your county Gilchrist 4-Hers to camp.. Their Florida Citrus Mutual, FLORIDA

agricultural agent. guidance and counseling 6f our Florida Citrus Production Credit n -CORPORATION POWER 8 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. GAINESVILLE fI I

4-H Club News girls and boys contributed im Association, Division of Plant --__.__ 1<<<_ _
t Van Hagan received more of measurably to making the camp Industry, State Department of

: the votes cast by the 94 4-H a very successful :and enjoyableone. Agriculture, and representatives] !U1 __FI.____ _n_ IIE1tJ
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: um era at 4-H Camp Cherryt of the citrus industry. .....
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Thursday August 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21.

What Next in the Congo? 1 Autumn-Like Weather I\\11 ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

: Covers Most of North \ FLORIDA Swimming Pool

WASHINGTON (AP) After central leadership or the facili- equipment to the different rebel gians in trying to beef up the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA Bismarck, N.D., registered 35
four years of effort and the ex- ties of a nation, the territory groups who feed on intertribal central government. huge mass of cold air from and it was 37 !t Duluth, Minn. by Rivers Construction Co.A .
disputes, but it has sent in propaganda Canada, fanned by stiff north- Vandalia, in south-central Illinois
penditure of $418 million in started falling apart fast. The
and trained some rev- The four planes are supposedto westerly winds, covered wide was given a 40-degree( cool- QUALITY POOL Backed by a
Soviets active.
trying to save the Congo, U.S. were becoming ,olutionaries. help ferry men and equipment 1 areas from the Dakotas to the ;
strategists are once again faced The U.S. response then was to Washington's 1964 response for the Leopoldville government -Atlantic Coast and southward 45 reading in Waterloo,
with confusion and crisis in this bring in the United Nations to has been to team with the Bel- until it can do enoughon nearly to the Gulf region today. Iowa, was the lowest mark for
vast heartland of Africa. help build an administratively, I I its own. That's if things go The autumn-like weather in Aug. 13 since 1916. Louisville's 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
financially sound nation. I well.If. midsummer was in sharp contrast 49 temperature was a record Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 ,
Four U.S. Air Force trans- Bandit Gives to the abnormally high low for the date and comparedto NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
Over the next four the things don't well, there
ports arriving in Leopoldvilletoday years Victim Aid temperatures in many areas a reading of 51 in Anchorage,
United Nations supplied 20,000 are 40 U.S. paratroopers along I last week. Temperatures in Alaska.In EACH POOL YOU GET
signal the start of an ex- peace-keeping troops and nearly to guard the planes and perhaps headed rain hit the Filter Skimmer Pool Brush Board
System -
some sections for record the West heavy Diving
bolster -
panded American effort to BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
$600 million in aid, enough to help rescue approximately low marks for of Ar-
Aug. 13. normally arid sections Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
AP A bandit
the central Congo government ( ) paused duringa 1,500 Americans in the Congo.
beset its finances.
More own Throughthe to the The mercury slid into the 30s izona and New Mexico. Floodwaters I Leaf Net
$100,000 robbery give
United Nations and on its for the second day in in Winslow, a I
U.N. a row swept across
Secretary-General U
and victim heart Police said
U.S. a
own, the United States poured in parts of the Northern Plains,town of 9,000 in northern Arizona -i
aid will be flow the pill may have saved Herbert Thant avoided any forecast in
in. Analysis: $418 million in economic and Kronish's life. and into the 40s as far south as forcing evacuation of 17 RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
his report on the U.N. force
What aid.
The arms .
Kronish felt a stab of pain as the Ohio River.A patients in the Winslow hospitalby
withdrawal. "I make no prediction 1909 EAST 5th STREET
News frosty 32-degree reading National Guard troops. Some
general goal is Then the United Nations three gunmen confronted him
about the future course of'chilled Brookings, S.D., and it 20 families evacuated DIAL 622-7049 OCALA,
clear: To stave MeansWashington's pulled out its troops last June 30 and his wife in their Beverly were :
events in the Congo," he said.I' 33 at and south side residential 622-7048 FLA.
off anarchy anda and the crisis began building up Hills home Wednesday. He said was Fargo Devils from a
"I wish for the best. ." Lake in North Dakota. distrIct.
of the for
possible Red again. Rebels in the eastern he asked one men help
takeover of the huge, potentiallyrich Congo have now seized the Important and the man got the pill froma
land which could some day city of Stanleyville and medicine cabinet and slippedit
become the continent's prime: big chunks of territory else- into Kronish's mouth.
power. where. The central government The couple were left tied as
forces show little fight. the trio escaped with cash and
! Far less clear -in fact, jewelry including a $60,000
: downright confusing in U.S. This time the Red Chinese diamond ring, Kronish said. He
More Than Are Our Business
eyes is the situation in the may be standing in the wings. is part owner of the BeverlyHills Money People
, Congo and just what can be Peking has not supplied much Hotel.
done to remedy it.

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first implanted itself firmly on
I the Washington mind In 1960 i I !I ,
when Belgium granted Independence ONE OF GAINESVILLE'S 'TOP 5"
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Repeat Request 'tral reply, writ to Abby, Box 3365 7PSST.'WlyurDO 1

Beverly Hills Calif., 90212. ,and

include a self-addressed stamped en-
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DEAR ABBY: I once read a letter in your column back in we'll need to set ,up housekeeping, at least that was the idea AUmousineiswaiting) MEANWHILE-BACKATTHEBAGGAGECOMPARTMENT:
:1958 which I thought was so inspiring that I I cut it out It when we opened the account. My problem is that my boy I AH DOWOW Do exactly as thechaufFeursa

was signed "VERY POOR" and I wish you would print it friend wants to use the $1200 we have saved as a down pay NEW YORKRNN s. THERE'S SOMETHING 9 i,

again because I read it every day and it has helped me ment on a sports car. He says it will be for both of us. He i CITY:: too.U' e d VF IN THIS./ 1 l la

:more than medicine. God bless you. says he can get a real good deal on it, if he lets the guy :a "; v"
FAITHFUL READER know right away. I don't think he should buy it. He says if I zI

: DEAR FAITHFUL: Thank heaven for a good filing sys- I loved him I wouldn't hesitate. I do love him, but I can't I I r a r1 1c
-tem. Here it is: see us buying a sports car right now, but I can't put into r ..,

"DEAR ABBY: I've been reading the 'problems' sent to words why. Can you help me? j'

tour: column, and I hope you print this because it might doa HESITATING TVtd

lot of people some good. I'm in a charity hospital with DEAR HESITATING: I'll "put it into words" for you. aa

arthritis, T. B., heart trouble, and I am gradually losing "Look, Dear, our joint savings are to start a home. YOU -

:my eyesight I'm only 38 but I can't remember being free may want a vine covered sports car but I don't. Even : ,
from pain in 22 years. If I could wake up one morning though your happiness is important to me, our life togetherhad
:feeling good again I wouldn't care if the neighbors' dogs better start off right or not at alL" (P. S. H you're I

-barked, if their kids made noise, or even if my wife (if IZhad wise, you'll take a long, hard second look at this fellow. He
one) flirted with another man. What I am trying to say, sounds immature and self-centered to me.) CORN ON TH'COB, WHY IN THUNDERATION .

;-Abby, is, if a person can get up in the morning and go to WHAT'S HONEY POT DIDN'T 'IE TELL ME
:work on his own two legs, he should get down on his knees CONFIDENTIAL TO "MEEK AND MILD": Here is the H PER SUPPER,' AFORE I SET DOWN?

:and thank God, for, without health, you have nothing. Evenif quote you were searching for to illustrate how, after maturity Ft MAW n

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I DEAR ABBY: My boy friend and I both work and have Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout. r I

-had a joint account for a year. We've been going steady for But Love and I had the wit to win:

I two years and plan to get married as soon as we can afford We drew a circle that took him in." 813f

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Let's Live Like Fish a I --1 0 ,rY

70 THE 1 AiILI
'.Trek THEM- ,
I SJrui flnrfeH .ittmt tourist ,business," said an old the sawfish: "You get the fish lief from ,people, were dismayed z I 'll I IIiI Iliiullialoi SDAK M Y HfAD
MARINELAND, Fla. Once 'moray eeL "Nonesense," the excited about the issues," said and the tank owner was t.I tW t-
barracuda snapped. "It's the porpoise. furious.On
upon a time a porpoise who $
4iad spent a lot of time readIng because the people have organ-I, "We don't have any issues," election night the tank
ked themselves into a society, said the shark. "Then make owner all
the newspapers was cap- dipped the fish out of -
while we swim around here un- some," said the porpoise. "For the tank and threw 1 fv
lured at sea and placed in thedig them back .
organized like a bunch of Imbeciles example, you might make a into the
fish tank here to do tricks ocean. As they had t
jar the tourists. speech saying that the octupus grown soft through years of
"If we set up a society, can has the right to eat with the
easy living, they were
: He quickly tired of having his quickly r'I
have and take .I
taken while we cameras pictures tarpon. Then the sawfish could gobbled up by the wild ocean
picture balancing a
basketball his and of the people? asked a make a speech saying that whilehe Fish who had never heard of
[ on nose ,
dim witted old turtle. "Of has always been personally All
being a clever fellow he went except the porpoisewho
course, replied the barracuda. fond of the ,it is
octupus, un- being a fast swimmer
:Uo a gullible barracuda one got
"Once we get a society organ- piscatorial to compel the tarpon away laughing. SOMETHlMQ ALL T1I1'IMAlS
night and said, "How much ized we will send delegates to to admit the octupus to his s+ FOR M1/ 0;:
longer are going to drift MORAL: You can live like a -
you .
the United Nations, declare meals, or schools." FRlEfJDSTHSBI2PS THE VIbRLD
:around this tank letting a ourselves independent, and then "Next," the porpoise said, fish if you wish, but living like aM? ARC c MYFRIENDS .Tf
bunch of tourists make a monkey loan from the people is foolish.Library K
: get a camera ;'the shark can charge that the a JI
of ?
you United States government. sawfish is prejudiced againstthe j
:,' "What do you mean by that?" The barracuda then introduced octupus and then the sawfish -: Slates

asked the barracuda, who prided the porpoise whom the fish i will charge that the stingray C. C
himself on being the tiger had always mistrusted becauseof has him
i misquoted and is Story Time Fri. c..
|of the sea and did not want his close resemblance to under the control of the shark I T
:anybody calling him a monkey. people. "The porpoise has stud- shark J Y
whereupon the will Story time for children from iCd{.
:1"I am the tiger of the sea, ied the newspapers and knows charge that the sawfish is soft 3 to 7 will be held at the W 8-13
he said. "
how these things are done, on tourism. Gainesville Public Library on

: "Some tiger," said the por- said the barracuda. "Sounds crazy to me, but Friday afternoon from 3:15 to

:Poise. "Quit talking in circles," "And speaking of newspapers I we'll try it," said the shark. 4 o'clock.

said the barracuda. "All right" ," the porpoise said giv- Soon the shark and the sawfish Miss Susan. Lane, assistantto
:said the porpoise, "I'm talking ing them his no nonsense genuinely despised one another, the children's I NOW FRETTf t1Ei12I KA5 WORJOS:: ru COINS TO FAY OFF TM HAPPY TO HEAC THAT; RG6EPOIC
librarian, 6NC1Z IAN tT'S boa U IA&OBT taunose i THUGS WALKED wHAT I p4YE KENO..auT PMTUBUTICO BONT HAVE Nor-rya
about busting out of this tank, quick opener "the first thingswe and everybody hated the sting- will be the storyteller. Her r== X COME INI ? SO 5 FJ16? M CM ME A FEW MINUTES AFTER rit NEVER 6OIN6 TO PAY OFF THAT UN i ?OP A 601.10 PM
and I have a plan." Whereuponhe must have are some news ray. The tarpon began to feel stories will include "Many f91T)1. you LEFT?I W&5 ABUU7 THBTP nAUC io THE GAMBUN& PEST: aE5IDES ILMIc OFF!
spent 20 minutes In whispered media to keep us all in a state that the octopus really didn't Moons" "The Three Robbers -I i PONE: 50Mmww6 10 nI: MAIN. BELIEVE THAT DICE GAME

: explanation to the barracuda. of alarm. You cannot maintaina I I have any business eating with ," and "All Aboard, We was* Rises!

: The next day when the fish society without a crisis to him and the octupus began attacking -:I Are Off!" 1= ..+ -I %.. .
.were swimming happily aroundthe keep everybody from thinking, the tarpon in the dark: s
tank, the barracuda summoned and you cannot maintain a good currents at night ic.c s 1a

them all to a meeting. crisis without news media." With everybody in a state of:I Dollar losses from fires were .I

:"Why are we forced to swim I And he appointed the stingray chronic neurosis and the fish down 7.9 per cent to $615.5 mil- C II.

around in this tank having our I as the news media. Then killing each other at a prodi, lion the first five months of I._ '

pictures taken while the people he appointed the shark and the gious rate, the tank became a this year compared with a corresponding -'QI N

out there come and go as they sawfish to run against each money loser. The tourists, who period a year ago, : -i : '

please".,.. _he_ .demanded.".- ... ., .. ,other- .. for.president M "How-.. .-,do liked.. to- come.. to the tank be- the National Board of Fire Un- I-) .. :. ::; % .


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24 Gainesville Sun Thursday August 13, 1954 -

can use and when we help them

I The Pitfalls That Can Befall a Freshman ,,' problems recognize and of identify college the adjustments real- CLASSIFIEDDial I

We try to help by giving .

them a few real tools to bolster
By GEORGE L. ZUCKER Many will fan to survive the The new course was adver Their "How to study in col "If you haven't done anythingelse I I their confidence, to live up to.

MICHIGAN CITY Ind. (AP) pitfalls awaiting them behind tised through a direct mail cam- lege" course teaches the psy- you'd better do it. But it is; their potential," Murdock says.

the ivied college walls, despite paign and attracted only mild chology of learning and the the least effective in the learing NOWIS

Eager freshmen will flock to high school achievement and newspaper publicity. They had skills of acquiring knowledgeand process." LEGAL NOTICE

the nation's college and university monthly checks from home. hoped 35 students would sign keeping it. The University of Florida will receive
Murdock contends the enter- bids for the general class of comma
this fall. 376-4672
campuses again When Schwarz class that dities as indicated below. Interested bid-
Two Purdue edu- got to
"Most of ill-trained in
freshman scared
For too the experiencewill us are ing college ders may obtain forms specifications and
many, cators at the University's Barker summer evening, he was greeted the art of learning," Schwarz stiff inside, despite today's wtrasophistica other information by contacting the Purchasing .
of shock than
prove more a 75.Schwarz. Division .Room 106 Tigert Hall
Memorial Center set out by ted teen-agers. University of Florida. Gainesville Flor

they expected. eight years ago to learn why so I and Murdock feel the said.A ida.
students child may spend most of his "We have learned it is entirely 64-Meat and Staples bids open every
many high school graduates falter -i quandary facing many Tuesday 10:0064Hospital

in college. This inquiry into 'entering college is the abrupt formative years learning how to possible to bring about a Monday 3:00 Supplies bids open every Sun WantAdsGet

ElectricalMOTORS the nation's college dropout 'adjustment they must make, write and, in subsequent order, change in the attitude of these' 64-P-69 Seminole Printing & Binding
how to read and articulate freshmen when them (1964-1965) 10:30 a.m. Aug. 27. 1964
we arm
problem was begun by Prof. both social and academic.As I 64-P-70 Seminole Typesetting 1964 1965,
ideas. with information they need andIN 11 am- Aug. 27. 1964
Robert F. Schwarz, 41, the cen- Murdock put it: "The I 64-114 Seminole Photography 1964-45 2

REBUILT ter's director, and Prof. How- freshman must conform to the' "We spend practically no time p.m Aug. 27, 1964
ard D. J. Murdock, 49, who 'theys' instead of 'me'. No learning how to listen," JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA. Director of Purchasing

Residential Commercial teaches chemistry. longer is Mom around to prod Schwarz said, "while in the IN RE PROBATE.IN : THE .ESTATE OF (3554) 8.13 20 THE ELr _
Schwarz and Murdock set upa him to his books. His college in- classroom, a student spends 45 deceased. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA .
CALL per cent of his time listening, NOTICE OF FILING peTITIoN. FOR '"
two-week course for Michigan structors are not likely to remind FINAL DISCHARGE OF FILE NO. Results
C. P. Dressier only 30 per cent reading, 15 ADMINISTRATRIXTO IN RE ESTATE OF
City area college-bound graduates him an assignment is cent and 10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN WALTER SIDNEY LANG. JR.
per writing per ti hereby given that I have PRESUMED TO BE DEAD.
Electrical Contractor in the summer of 1956, calling due or even urge him to do it. cent speaking.Do i filed eyil returns as Administratrix
I ''of the Estate of James Francis Cunningham NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR
Phone FR 6-6193 I it, "How to study in col- The job of acquiring a college the recommend deceased; that I have filed my LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATIONTO !
910 N.W. 4th St. professors petition for final discharge, and that I : ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
liege." education he will find, is his." "cramming" before exams? will apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald THE ESTATE OF WALTER SID. TIME Announcements
County Judge of Alachua County NEY LANG. JR.. PRESUMED TO
Florida. on the 14th day of August, BE DEAD:
964, for approval of the same and for
You are notified that a written petition 4 Personalized
final discharge as Administratrix of the duly sworn has been filed prayingfor Services
Estate of James Francis Cunningham Letters of Administration in subject
deceased. Special ;
estate and the undersigned County Judge
DATED this 22nd day of July, A. D., being satisfied that the legal presumption tentton to nervous or elderly.
1964. Way Driving School.
death has been established FR
WOOLWORTH'Sadorable THELMA JORDANas 27002. Lie bv Stat of Fla.
You. Walter Sidney Lang Jr. if alive
Administratrix of the Estate of
,or any other person interested In sub KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON
James Francis Cunningham lied estate shall produce before me, the Beauty on a BudgetAll
deceased. undersigned County Judge of this Court TO work guaranteed
(3510) 7.23, 30 I:6, 13LAST
; .
'" .
within three (3) months from the 13th ? .Vtp.Shanvstt $1 SO up
day of August. A. D., 1964, (same being 14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727724
NEW the first insertion of this notice) satisfactory Open nights by appt.
evdience of continuancy In life
of the said Walter Sidney Lang Jr. ti SPECIAL NOTICES
/ Ir DRIVE-IN THEATRE2100Mn.t6oru County Judge I will not be responsible for any
Y tj ; \ good'lit.20'Flit-Sill 3555)) 8:13. 20. 27; 9-3 debts Incurrred by anyone other
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE myself after this date. August
,. TJMES By virtue of an Execution Issued out of 13. 1964.
? Terry Anthony Mathis, 1506 N. E.
0. the Circuit Court of Alachua County GET 6th Terr
trT. Florida nn the case of J. I. Case Credit
Lonnie dated
A Corporation the 2nd versus day of April,Caraway 1963 I have 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care

1' t FIRST AREA RUN levied upon the following property. town
11 : I keep infants and childrenin
rT. M.G.II preslnllA One Case Picker SoN 8198970 my home.Call .
LAWRENCE And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County FR 251M.
s WEINGARTEN Florida will on Thursday the 10th
r th e PRODUCTION day of September. 1964, between the KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE
+ hours of 11:00 a.m. In front of the North Day, wk., or mo. Old Newberry
adorable lovable f UnsinkaBleMORY Door of the Sheriff's Office located In Rd. Planned programs.. Pick up
the Alachua County Courthouse, Gainesville THAT at Llttlewood and Terwilliger
.< .2-r i Florida, offer for sale said proper.ty schools, Call FR 26667.
and sell the same to the highest

for the girl dolls.BARBIE. ,, bidder execution.for fees cash and to satisfy costs. and The pay property said TINY TOT

having been levied upon by me and PLAY SCHOOLVisit
will be sold as the property of the de
a x.'V < us and see for yourself.
4Y fendant.J. M. CREVASSE, JR. ?4 SE 8th St. FR .78M
j 1 Sheriff Alachua County, Florida
DEBBIE (3553) 8:13. 20, 27; 9:3

.......... BETTER COCKTAIL WAITRESS over 21.
RE1LDS-PRESNELL] a.. ,. Apply In person to Thirsty Gator
j ( 633 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 P.M.
F 'a.ry fd.r
-PAMIOn) HEIRCCOIOR WANTED saleslady, must have jewelry -
i a
K jhea tK store experience & referen
2ND COLOR HIT 9:30 4 ces. Steady position good salary.

ELVIS PRESLEY ... .. .,. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co._
r. ra4. r.
;t : .. WANTED experienced waitress.
1 "FLAMING .,. .,I' Apply Humpty Oucnpty Rest**
: . rent 310 NW 13th St
ALSO IN OCALA Cort Cosmetics has opening for runtime
Manager In Alachua County.
I Must be dependable have car
and phone, experienced In Direct
y Selling. Will train. Salary/ For
SUBURBIA DRIVE-IN Interview, write D. Cox. P. O.
\ Box 7471, Orlando Fla. Give resume -
114 THEATRE! of past experience.

Earn up to SI per hour demon
SHOWTIME 7:30 2nd Featura stating famous Studio Girt
ir Cosmetics. Full or Part Tim.
:'METRO Gd1)NM YarFq..... / met the rat Phone 37M33 after 6-
ti pacfctf WANTED experienced Legal Secretary
I i iv
ELVIS : to begin work by August 21,
I PRESLEY1.-fl! 111s IN or earlier. Salary commensuratewith
Jj experience and ability.
Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and
,dANNiMARGHET / Blue Shield. For Interview contact
( aa t E. A. Clayton or James C.
Jf '' ;= }' Clayton. Phone 372459I.EXPERIENCED .
V IWFiMUuKw Excellent opportunity for two live
&u : wire young women, who know
I I& A vJWVANOETHEREAR how to sell and enjoy salt work.
4 This Is permanent position with
:. li las i 1$ Nike rSA kD N".rJ A ,eaon NORTH excellent future, vacations 5V"
day week hospitallzatlon, ttc. De
not phone. CM Mr. Sandefer
: e s. Vegas Rutherford' Jewelers, 101 W.

K .r Yy. I METROCOLOR : 'b TTS .
,. F' '8 e I+MMA/I/p, Operator good workIng
t. conditions, good pay. Con-
\\j ; tact Stafford Caldwell, Gainesville

s : i Sun.
BRITAIN ACADEMY AWARD UlESLIE CENTRAL night shift, top wages. Apply
IEST In person Jerry's Restaurant,
i I. ; NOT w. 2310 S. W. 13th St.

CAR1I LOCAL oil company desires mt
1s For ture Individual with bookkeeping
TAMMY s experience NCR 31 machine
fg x P Junior ENDS knowledge helpful. Typing necessary
mz; permanent position, SJi day
-.- SATURDAYs week. Please send complete res.
time to Box 495-A e-o GainesvilleSun.
197 : .

FEATURE TIMES proficient In shorthand and typ-
1-3-5-7-9 Ing. Salary commensurate with
i'\ experience and ability. Scruggs
Even at regular prices these ornate frames would \ It CarmtcnaeL- S SB let Avenue.
A 12-inch from '
tee n-a er Ph. 3165262.WANTED .
her bouffant hair-do to her be a terrific bargain. Look at the savings Woolworth's I i \ : White housekeeper for

sneakers. Wears shorts and 22 offers now just when you want to frame your best ,. ;J'N widower and three children. LiveIn.
2 ""' Call FR a-2161 after f pjn.
vacation look. Look the choice
a turtle-neck sweater.We've at : of frames too- X '"

wood-metal, enamel-gilt, and solid metal in Sal twin I f 2 SEAMSTRESSES WANTED
lots more clothes for her J LARGEST Must be able to do alterations and
here. set, 8x10", and 11x14" sizes. .. mending neatly and efficiently
Call In person only aa no Info*
r M-inch tall fashion model : > matlon will be given over the
in swim suit phone. 224 SW Sill Street.
-_ Skin-toned, earrings, /It / ; 'I STANLEY Home Products feat epT
; !1 vinyl : enlng for 3 ladles for special
-- a w r with movable arms, legs, .,3'>' part time work Aug. 15 a Christ
.. 3 hrs. 150
mas. dally weekly
head. Choice of hair styles Car essential. For InformatlMwrite
t .S and colors. Box 4AOA, Gainesville! Sun
= ( :, Back-to-School MARKETPLACE giving address phone.
1"J 10:30 a.m LADIES
J H you would like to meet people a>
get paid for It, see our company

: Fri. & Sat. representative Sat. In our office.f-ll Rm.Tues.205 Baird thru
.FABRICS Hdwe. Bldg. or phone
; app?. Must be over 21. Part

/l 41 KS f 1st Show 11:00 a.m. time No selling 4 hrs., no- day collecting.& S days-wk.I1JJ

\ per hour salary.

MAID. Tves Sat. I to 130. Must

: ; 3t Solid ColorCORDUROY : Starring in tfiar.hilarious ( ., : &be have good with own children transportation.good cook Cart

Smart clothes'and.accessories for Barbie : fil t-fidl.Jen th : day after Sun.5-30 373-170 Thurs. A or Frt.between& all 9A

and Midge.Sheath skirt,telephone;blouse, 'j ., ,_ 3722010 -
purse; slacks, belt Others.
r / a. 68 yd. : I U I : 12 Male Help Wonted

: acbon.packedtilm! CARRIER BOYS between 12 T T>
BARBIE'S FASHION PARS /5S 98c to 1.49 values yrs. old needed for paper routeIn

Fall's favorite FOR the NE. Section. Wonderful
: 'N experlenc. for your son, daily
J /L 1 corduroy in assorted wales Jhe \ contact with the pvpflc prepares

75 and colors. 35" and 41.S ". him for a leading role In hit
) future. For more Information call
: Gainesville Sun, Circulation Dept.
4i ..... .
212. '
More clothes for Barbie YarnOyedWOVEN
and Midge. Lingerie
: set; sheath with gold buttons; apron 3' SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT
: utensils pla 'suit Others. f GOODS : needed must have experience
; > BEgTLP9 and be able to furnish references.Age .
: IIJI 2150 starting salary based
NEW on experience and ability. Contact
.. ... 4 7 CYd t J. F. Clarke at Clarke's
Shell Tire Service South Mabiat
: 4th Ave. Ph. T H HS63.

K N .o'! 79cfo JJ:9 values WANTED TTS Operator. good workIng .
III;. -
Autumn hued plaids, checks, I \ conditions Stafford Caldwell'good pay.-Cainvllle Contact ** -.

.. ..e 24 7 I :. and cottons.novelties.36and Richly 11'Barbre.s m textured I'i nRd 11I\-1 tools.Sun.MECHANIC Apply. over In 20 person wtfn MIllers e w" .

12S ._.._ Mu*..y plastic with ._",.j a School WearCOTTON AND Esso. Mr. Miller, 2106 SW 13th

: movable arms legs head molded hair. ,,,,,_ f St.
: Bathing trunks jacket sandals. FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail -
( clothing and furnishings. Experience
@,. I necessary In retail senIng -
MIDGEBarbie's Capri Prints s ability and experience 5Vt. dey
Wide Jewel-Solid week. Insurance benefits. Write
I Colon resume to box 441 A to arrange
for personal Interview.
257 SOC Will Crease Resistant a WANTED ,
Wash and Wear USED experienced grUI Cook
apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant
.. Hold Any Drip Dry 6 brand new songs!*A Hard Day's Night 31* NW 13th St.

best friend. 11T feU. Wears Bar- : HI Fen And I Love Her I Should Have Known Better I'm : EXPERIENCED pointers wanted..

b1e' clothes and accessorie.. Blonde bru. Item InLAYAWAY 36 Yd. Happy Just To Dance With You Ten Me Why Good ment.pay Phone with FR 'steady 32l-r-25322: employ

neLL; titian rooted.bail : Plus your Beatles favorites! She Loves You AJ1 My Loving : for appointment.

I Want to Be Your Man.* Don't Bother Me Can't Buy Me Love .

35t45 Inches Wide a .hs atunie .. Need'Extra Money?

: WILFRID BRAMBElL WAITER ee.c.e sr : CARS starting Expenses? You HP caw with earn School$1

For An Appetizing Meal or Snack Visit Our Lunch Counter 1 tfMneUy fey 4mc<.4 br lni....d ni SHENSON I .r more per hour .1 full

T1. "" ... : AWN OWEN RICHARD LESTER [UNITED ARTISTS! : .r part rime Avon R praMntative. .-

: ......... .. ... . Our Salciwm a
: .urejjjj; S YOUR MONEYS WORTH MORE "TWOOLWORTH'S.j Na -DM- 1M. *, ., -.-__.__"-W ., earn fine weekly. income,

""- tCi.
I Features FLORIDADoors 12:45 Jour expense money with
1:33-3:36- A..... Write AVON. P.O.
ON THE SQUARE DOWNTOWN GAINESVILLE I 5:39 7:42 Scats Bex: 448. Gainesville, Fla.er .

':"5 $1.00 call FR 20421.
I 1

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12 MOle neip" wanted 16-Work Wanted Female 32 Mobil Homes For SoleS 55fflgj.iw.nwiimnmmhIllmmmmuiuilliIIaiiirnllsuulifflu1llIu ijiis1oswmenlslllsssntwflrr

I RATIONAL organization hAS open- WANTED work as baby sitter or x 40 trailer with I x 20 furnished WANT-AD RATES 5 iATiR1 -:

Ing for man ag. Jl-30. Must have maid. Full or part time. Call FR cabana close to campus In student _ A V E. R AIGIE. '
good working knowledge" of basic 1-4974. park. only $1200i Call FR 4277. I

lectronics. For Interview, call WILL care for elderly persons In See at lot 21. Inquire lot IE
PH. 372-8441
PR M72B.WANTED U In Glynwood Park behind Fla.
their home Christian hearted S _
1 University of Florida woman References Ph 46t-1945. Power on Archer Rd. 902 ACROSS 32.0Lsc..d E. R A S vIIlLIA

student to work full time before FEDERAL QUALITY for c Possesses 34.Baking

school tttrts then part time 17 Work Wanted Mali HOMES INC. 4. Simple
afterwards. Room rent to constitute IDEADLINES compartment VIEJRTIE.INI
48M NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR Only sugar 36. Faun
part payment. For Information BOOKKEEPER. CPA. auditor. 14 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. E
call FR t3012.INSURANCE yrs. experience. New York. Puer. 7.Animal'sstomach 38.Fruit I I I
2 BR house trailer reasonablerent _
to Rico firms references furnish
I AGENTS ed. English Si Spanish spoken. located on Archer Rd. 40. In this wise .fjJR1

Let me broker those rated or rejected Phone collect Miami 448-S885. Alexander Phone 372-3S2. 11. Skilled 41. Choke RIIINID 101A1T15I

cases for you. Life or hosp. Oleda. 1455 SW 27th Ave. SPECIAL Tues. thru Frt. papers S p.m. Day before publication I workman 43.Uuftofrc- -

I Contact Mr. Osborne. UniversityInn. Miami, Fla. 164 x JOT Lot for mobile home. For ads to go In Sun. paper-12.00 a.m. Sat.Fer 13.Verdi luctance
3 to p.m. Friday .r write SISOO. 1 Mile S. off Paynes ads to go In Mon. psper-1 p.m. Sa'. opera CIAINIDIL IDIAI
P.O. Box 5124 Jacksonville 7. Fla. 18 Schools & Instructions Prairie. For appointment call 14.Lariat 46.Runner or 99cis .

: MARRIED man age 25-50 for Industrial FR 4-3057. (Minimum ad 4 lines) H Metrical rhizome .. :

Insurance debit. guaranteed SHORTHAND TYPING foot of two 48. Civet of _
for right malCall 3727U7 Secreterial Courses Classes now syllables China
I for Interview. forming. Howell's Business College Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 1 Insertion ............................................... 34e line 1 TtY 11.Pitch 2. DIva's solo 8. Currant .4
211 W. Univ. Ave. FR- bedroom mobile homes. Many = 9 Insertion .............................................. 2clne = 50.Tissue
WANTED 3507.. floor plans. 7 year financing. B Insertions .............................................. 17C line = 18.Idols 51.Raonant 3.Famish genus -
: Drive out today. 3 miles South 12 Insertions ....... ..".......-.............. ....... 14C line S 20. Obsolete 53. Caelic 4. KInd of 9.
of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. 00 Total charge computed tIIM CaJole :
total rate
i LIVE I SNAKESReptile HIGH SCHOOL by multiplying x cams
at home free booklet A m e r lean 376-0571 ed x number of Insertions. railway 54.NegatIve orange 10. Existed .

Importer In Southern California School P. 0. Box 1441, Jacksonville Lowest prices. easiest terms. largest s 21.Shift prefix S.Western i2.That thIng .
would like to hire personsIn Fla 32216. display In central Florida. I Five letter words per line i=
or near Gainesville. Fla. to capture We trade for anything. Free delivery a Attempt S5.BilloW' continentalsbr. :
I local snakes lizards and amphibians MEN It women II to 31 to train for up to 100 miles.FRAILER 26. Open COurt 6. Geraint's confusJ .

and send them to California CIVIL SERVICE MART I Same as J lines I| 28.Vault DOWN beloved .
I 19.Heraldie
at .Importers expense. Will Examinations. For Information 8 Pt.
ordinary type
I pay 35 cents-ft. for most snakes send name address & Phone No. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 =5 30. Toward 1.Male red 7. bearlg :
under 6' long and 50 cents-ft. for Key Training Service. 112 W. East Palatka Phone 328-1050 I
1 12 Pt Same as lInes 31. Execute deer piece 22.Not .
snakes over If Interested send Adams St.. Jacksonville. ordinary type E
your name M, address along with
a list of the 5 most common species BM machines 024-026 limited enrollment WYATTTrailer Same as 4 lines I Trrrrrrr1924.BaW
classes now forming.ilowell's
of snake In your area to E. 18 P t ordinary type :
211 W. I
Meyers. 353 W. Bennett Ave., Business College i: 25.Atadlsii -
Calif. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. Il. 13 -
Glendora. SalesHome = : tance: poet. :

MAN wanted for stock room. Some Real Estate Exam I I _ __ 26. Commer. -
paper work Involved. 40 hr. week Home of 24 Pt. Same as s lines If. IS 16 -

excellent company benefits. Must COURSE Mobile Home ordinary type dais :
ATTEND First lesson free.
be able to write and Shasta and Alrstream -- -- -
plainly - 27.OVO1t&E
I check orders. Apply J. M. Fields rIOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLfcwE Travel Trailers IT iT 20 17/
Store. Personnel Office. COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave Ocaia's First Mobile Home 29.Terminaiaa :
i I Iij
f 6-3507. 372-3727. Dealer Since IUI 33.Hence
PART TIME work for neat appearIng 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. 36( 11 Same is 7 lines : U ii24 =

I man In Men's Dept. Includes 28 Livestock & Supplies Phone 621351 I L. ordinary type g Opposing -
Sunday work. Must be It yrs. -
I Of age Apply J. M. Field's Store Otala Fla I Z. Z1 ''l}; Z z, iT 37.Implemezsi ':
Personnel Office. BOARD horses good pasture. exercise SCHULT. Early American. KitchenS

I NO AGE BARRIER track. Taylor Ranch Wil- 10 x 50'. Hillcrest Trailer Court H The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more tt.." one = 31 JZ JJ J+ garment
liston. Call FR 21437.
Lot A 5. It be Habit for error In adver- feS :
t If you need to keep busy & earn = incorrect Insertion nor any 42.Forthwitii :
money at the same time we WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a tisement to a greater extent than the cost ot the space occws = _
need you. Accident & Health Insurance dairyman to show us a better FOR RENT beautiful 1964 50x10 pled by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will g jr' / >3 JI 'l'l 44.Ancieot -

agent with one of Flor dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills mobile design. Avail.home. 123-64.Early Perfect American for H be made on errors that do "not materially effect the value of sa /h I'h slave :
ides old companies no experience 16 All Pulleled Drai- the Idv.rtlSement.r -
pet. g 4j
fall trimester. FR 2-9420 between 4D 4Z 4J 4t 4S 45. Castor's
necessary company will Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PDN 6 and t So graceful Button en this lovely : I
give complete training at their per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala.Chua. p.m. = Gainesville Sun rese.-ves the privilege ot revising I or I tlectlng = capelet when breezes whip up. mother
expense. See company representative Phone FR 21095 or 441- I CUSTOM util. trailer steel frame = any advertisement which It deems oblectionai I and to 5a or for evenings out. 46 41 4 4j -
In Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe. 2105. 10bed of 2x6 in. wood. t.H. chance the classification ot any advertisement from that ordered == 46.Fcmale :
Bldg. t11 Tues. thru Sat. or front axle. Cost $150 now $50. = to conform to the policy of the paper. f Jiffy knit elegance for year saintabbr.
phone 376-S4S5 for appt. FOR SALE four registered shorthorn Good tires 372.4874. LllDlftllllll 'round wear! Big needles. 2 s. n _

bulls. 3 yrs. old. Will sell 'I '""" "....._......."IIIII"llnllllll""IIIIII11'IIII".IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""II"I"'l............." '''......"............-..IiIIWlWWIIIWIlIlIlIIlWlWilUliIlWIl'IIIIIIIIIIIiWW lnlll1IIIII'nml1''lnlmnnn_. strands mohair or knitting worsted. 'l/ 41'NewCuIneaT I I
CUSTOMERS need service In W. all or Individually. Call 466-3285 33 LOTS FOR SALE Knit purl bands Pattern 902: directions -" .1IR. port

Alachua Full or Co.part or time.part Earn Gainesville.$3.50 after 7 p.m. 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole all sizes. 5f 55 49.Near :

hourly and up. For Information Serenola Estates Lovely residentiallots Thirty-five cents in coins for this .- 32. -
30 PETS & SUPPLIES Esperanto
select LOVELY
SPECTACULAR BUY in NW 3 BR. 2 bath homeIn
see or writ. D. T. Webb. Sr. near new school. priced from neighborhood. 3 BR. kitchen livIng Westmorland Estates. Central pattern add 15 cents for each Par time 2-4 mIne >> Hews'I : I
Waldo or write Riwlelgh FA F $3500. Call Gladys Smith. Realtor Dattern for lst-clas maul,.. and
Tenn. MINIATURE black male Poodle room. Fla. room dining heat & air conditioning. GE builtIn :
320 2003. Memphis. 122S W. University 3725393 util. floored attic special l ndii "g-S-en to Laura
area room. range & oven. Beautiful land
has been wormed and has
Wheeler. Gainesville
shots. 5 mo. old affectionate. Call 4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale. with disappearing stairway and scaped 100 x 150 lot with many craft Dept., P. O. Box Sun. 161 Needle-. Old 35 House for Sol 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for SaleFORThALETHISWEE1C ..
Male Female Terms be J. T. carport. Lovely well-kept yard trees. VA
13-Htlp or FR 21378.EXCELLENT. can arranged. loan priced to sell im Chelsea
Station. New
York 11. N.Y.
Howze Rt. 4. Box 301. Gaines with ample shade-trees choice mediately. FR 26366. -
black Cocker SpanIel ville. Ph. 3721090.N. shrubs. & fenced back yard. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 balh. extra HIGHLANDS 3 Br., 2 bath, quality ...
WANTED TTS Operator good workIng female puppy. 7 months. AKC Drive by 4055 NW 12th Ave. or ::3 Br., 2 bath. CCB cent. heat and NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. Ig shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 built. 2 story masonry. Cent. 3 E. .. CCo, i bath oak floor, fire
conditions, good pay. Contact papers. Shots bargain at $50. Pet W. 1 acre call FR 20089. air cond. 100 x 160 Lot. 1900 N.W. 13th Ave. Available on heat reasonable down payment. place stove ref attic: fan fenced
Stafford CaldWell Gainesville or showdog. 3723077. S. W. 2 acre lots sq. ft. paneled family room. fireplace NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs short "notice. FR 6-7993 for appt. Price $23,500 530 N. E. 7th Ave. back yard fine lawntrees.blks .
tun. Near new Elm. school choice home 4 BR. 2 bath. CCB. A-C Ig. util. cathedral ceiling. Shadow more fashions to knit crochet Cor. Blvd. 372-8245. from Llttlewood. $1,100"down
AMERICAN Shepherd and English sites N. W.MARY & f am. rm. near elem. school Lawn Estates. 3561 NW 34th PL than even Plus 3 FREE patterns FLETCHER HEIGHTSFor S79 mo. 621 N.W. 36ffl
EXEC. SECRETARY Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned MOELLER. REALTOR & Boys' Club. $13.500. $450 dn.. S23.950 Owner leaving state. embroidery dolls' clothes. Send 25 sale by owner 3 BR's hardwood RARE OPPORTUNITY St. 376-4220. *

STENOGRAPHERS} wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. lot, W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 plus closing. 3729714. 372.9896. cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. floors, 2 tile baths cen. I Beautiful NORTHWEST LQ.
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR AKC Chihuahua male. heating, Fla. rm. 14 x 20, dbl. corner lot 210 feet COC1.VTE : .
SECRETARIES; reg. puppy. NICE lot on good fishing lake. $990. 'By Owner. 7 rooms. IV* bath. $600 VALUEI I 16 COMPLETE QUILT carport lot 100 x 140 with nice frontage on US 441. Good 2-bedroom attractive 100 lot; .3
BOOKKEEPERS, excellent line. fawn color 7 wks. Terms $20 cash. $20 monthly. Ph. for equity. payments $90 per REDFRANKS PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt shade trees. 25000. 3936 S. W. home. Priced under market BR brick house with oak floors,
old; also Chihuahua stud service. 325-7715 Palatka. month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. Book. For beginners experts. Send 3rd Ave. FR 23774. quick action essential. cypress & mahogany trim. asbe;
SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER! FR 26091. Phone 376-6819. tos shingle roof. Fla. rm.. store
J CLERK-TYPIST LOT with 3 trailer and 2 50 cents now) :
spaces FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew CALL room-shop. dbl. carport; price ur
(foregoing female 21-M yrs.)! 1 weeks old female German Shepherd trailers. Large awnings. :1 large FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer der $16,000 Includes ref rig.. new
MALE TRAINEE. puppies. AKC registered. patios. :3 septic tanks lots of equity in 3 B R. 2 bth. built-in CUSTOMBUILT home of 35 Houses for Sore Palm Springs model. One of Angle Real EstateC. kitchen range, air conditioner TV
Wormed & shots. $75 each. Phone shade good rental Income. Just kit., terrazzo floors cen. heat Frank school In the best looking homes we've ever
Lloyd Wright
11-27, college background! built. Four bedrooms 2 full L Angle. Broker antenna. agent at 376-4471 or
FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE 17th outside limits. For sale. FR
city Phone 3764779. natural 3 "
CHEMISTS. picturesque setting. BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 baths beautiful brick facade O. J. Angle Associate owner at 3722763.
WSOO-$13,000; Ave. 6-8883. By Owner. 3 BR. IV* bath CCB BR, 2 Bath sunken LR with I br, 2 bath CB house less than excellent kitchen arrangement. 4404 N. W. 13th St. 376-6927 CLEAN AS A WHISTLE
PROJECT ENGINEERS ACRE lots for sole. home. Assume mortgage. Low fireplace. DISTINCTIVE. Only 1 yr. old FHA 4VA approved.
16900. No money down. VA LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI
Sol $1,000 Down plus C.C. &
32 Mobil Homes For appx.
1714.000; Phone 372-4416 equity. $86 Mo.. Dead end St. $135 per mo. Call BILL HARRIS shaded bors. Phone lot no 376-0734.Immediate neigh FHA only $800 down. Price Includes 3 BR, 2 baths. central heat out Beautifully kept must be seen if
PROCESS ENGINEERS. 1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 23855. 376-0817 or 376-2927. fully sodded front lawn of city limits deep well REA you are looking for a 2 bedroom,
to S14.000, For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn, 34 Waterfront I BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SOS NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust gas lamp, swim club member power located at 3616 NW 34th 1 bath home with screened porchon
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS, trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent By Investing In I U. S. Steel Home MAKE AN OFFER on this nearlynew completed nice wooded lot Smiles St.Call. a large corner lot. lmmed
to $12,000; condition. FR 29884. 6-8 built In this area by 3 BR 2 bath home with Central out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. ship.VILLAGE GREENBy ate occupancy. 11500. See at
INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS A.M. and 6-12 P.M. 30 acres of lake front. many ALACHUA HOMES. INC. heat & Airconditionlng builtin HUGH EDWARDS. INC. 372-2372 or 376-8190. 1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone

to $14,000; FOR RENT or sale 1962 New bearing pecan trees. Also S fur. Phone 376-0630 stove oven & dishwasher. Entrance 2909 N. E. 15th St. IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale Dick Robinson Associate Ralph
ACCOUNTANTS Moon trailer 10 x 55 will take well nished houses with dock and deep Model Home Opening every Sun. foyer. Large LR, separate MERRILLNEW 376-7971 by owner. Immaculate 3 BR. 2 Fessey Realtor at 3761359day
$4400-1X500; smaller trailer for equity and Lake pump.Santa Fe.Many extras.Lewis On from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning D3. Florida room with fire- bath CCB. walk to new School. c., nnht 11 West University
I Inquire August 16. 1502 N.W. 31st place. Nice lot in prestige neighborhood 1962 HOME SHOW MODEL 18500. Avenue. "
dead Terms
PERSONNEL ASS'TS. take up payments. Phone FR Jewelry Co. LISTING 3 or 4 bedroom end. to responsible
714000. 21313. Ave. Can be bought below replacement 3 bath masonry home lust repainted 4 big BR 2 bath Lvg. R., fam. party. Price $14,000 3768741 or
4 LICENSED PHARMACIST 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake WI- Compare cost with all ether 3 cost with reasonable Inside and out. 2 air R. Wooded lot C. heat $1500 dn. 372-4874
SALE. 1963 New Moon. 10x60. 3 not. 2 brm. 1 bath on Lake bedroom. 2 bath fully air cond. down payment & assume exist- conditioning units. double car 3708 NW 22nd PI. 3723029. JWK ..
$6.$12.000EXPERIENCED IBM OPERATOR BR. front kitchen living room Lak.a-wana. Call Gladys Smith. homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY ing financing. Call MYRTLE LAS port laundry facilities and large YOU CAN BE SURE1NO
and bedrooms unfurnished. FR Realtor TIME." SITER 376-0817 or 372-7943. corner lot. ONLY $1,500. DOWNI
PERSONNELCENTER 0355 after S p.m. 1228 W. University 372.5393 Call Jeffords & Baker JWK 3728404TRANQUIL
I WAJTING. $750 down and
Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor SUBURBAN Immaculate
3 bed- under massive
move right Into this neat 3 BR. setting
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Lassiter. AssociateW.
Myrtle IVi bath
room level
split home 1 Bath CB home at 527 N. W. shade trees on over an acreIn
SALES Reg. Broker, specalizlng In FREDARNOLD E. "Bill" Harris Associate can be bought under FHA for 372-8404
AppIyltol2A.M.2tol P.M. 36th Drive. Only $12,00. Stove Klrkwood. Gracious masonry
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. $700. down payment.
Monday thru Friday At Palm 2702 Lane Waldo Road N. E. AGE. 3 miles No. of Milrou REDFRANKSREALESTATE NORTHWEST 22nd STREET ad. I Ref. & Dishwasher Included. i residence. central heat r-
102 NW Jnd Ave. 3726377 GR 52911.Cedar. IDYLWILD Call us to see this dress on this utterly charmingtwo 2-$350 down FHA. Convenient NW baths three bedrooms PLUS
FOR SALE 1949 Trave house trailer beautiful three bedroom two bedroom house. All rooms location. 3 BR 1 bath. Nice lot. another bedroom and bath

: 14 Sales Help Wanted with cabana. Must be moved Key Shoresfine bath house with central heating are spacious fireplace. panel paved St. Close In. for guests. a relative or
3-BRAND NEW 3 BR 2 bath CB
or sold by Sept. 1st. Call 372- 7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 376-0817 and air conditioning plus many ling. pleasant porch. Avail. for a study. By appointment
home at 3669 NW 16th Ave. Cent.
homesites from $2250
extras. able FHA commit- only. Exclusive
LICENSED Real Estate salesman REALTOR FOR Sale by Owner 2 BR., home. soon. A-C & heat. Large family Room.
non-waterfront from $1510 ment. Shown by appoint listing. -
1100 a week drawing account. Elec. kitchen. Half acre lot. Low
2295.BUTTS N.E. location. Convenient to shopping .
ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom
masonry -
ment Exclusive
volume builder developing only.
Large down payment will buy. SEE
center schools. city and
home with central I built-In
9 areas. Position In Gainesville. Marina LocationsINVEST city park. Furn. or Unfurn. No oven and range dishwasher disposal listing.J. NOW. J. W. Kirkpatrick. Agency *
to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville ,4-LOW DOWN PAYMENT and $90
Reply facilities needed here FINLEY AREA qualifying. Reasonable down pay and extra kitchen cabinets. 31 N. Main FR 28464"
Sun. : ment. Owner will finance. FR 6- W. Kirkpotrick Agency per month will buy this lovely
Gracious three bedroom two bath Just listed for sale at less the
3 BR 2 bath home In NW. Cent. FURN. 2 BR house with a living
WANTED 3 MENto Mobile Motel Locations residence on a large beautifully 4029. replacement cost. ONLY $11- 31 N. Main FR 28404 heat. Built-In Kit. room kitchen combination large

assist me In my business. Salary shaded lot in exclusive Florida 3 BR.. 1 bath home goes to the 900. Fla. rm. carport util. rm. oiv-J
plus commissions If qualified. I INVEST: accommodations Park. Large kitchen living room person who makes the best of NOTHING DOWN VA acre of land. 1 ml. from Magnesia
Also company bonuses. Neat needed and Florida room with fireplace fer. Offer expires August 16th BLACK ACRES Priced at the 3 B R, 2 baths 2000 sq. ft. UNIVERSITYREALTY
HomesINC. Springs. $8500. Phone 481-2424.
landscaped patio. $29,000 with FHA valuation of $17,500. This '"
In 2140. Car neces-
appearance 1964. I p.m. 2711 N.E. 10th Ter
good terms. spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry -
sary. Call Mr. Haney 372-0500. race. $300 DOWNNW. I.
Scott & Fetzes Corp. between ',. DAVID ANDREWS- home Is a real buy 3 BR. 1 bath walking distance FREE ESTIMATES on
& 10 A.M. Monday. Wednesday LOW DOWN PAYMENT $75 per mo. Northeast $400 dn.. ONLY $700 DOWN to school FURNACES and Quality Z
at Friday. NEWI. REAL ESTATECEDAR Two bedrooms with a fireplace 3 BR, 1 bath. screened porch. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.
__ 10 & ir WIDES and large family room. You'll enJoy patio kit. equip.. cen. heat. $1200 DOWN will buy this lovelyold $500 DOWN M. Munroe Realtor Central AirConditioners
also KEY 3841 or 3831 the cool shade on this wooded take up VA. FR 22774. 4 bedroom 3 bath two story Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank *
CHAIN LINK FENCE lot. Restful living on a quiet home In the NE Section. ONLY :3 BR. 2 bath Ig. lot In Northwest Roby Roy McCann, T. C. Douglas.
CAMPERSWe roomdin.Ing
street. Ideal for retired 3 LARGE BR. Ig living $14,000 CALL US NOW.
Dealership available 35 Houses for Sal couple. Jr.
need 25 trade-Ins this month I Call 372.3522 for appointment room. Ig kitchen with din- $900 DOWN :
National organization desires Call us for the best deals. NOW. Seller will pay loan costs. ete. Paneled throughout. Call 454- 2BR bath Southwest only $51
local representative. Send complete 4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths NW. Phone 1319 or 4541632 after 6. John Merrill per .1 I FURNITURE

resume' In first reply to: 376-8361 GR 5-4171. UNIVERSITY LOCATION 4235 NW 10th St. 3 BR, 2 bath NW. close to school. by 'jSanf :

STOVER FENCE INDUSTRIES NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street OWNER LEAVING. 3 BR.. CCB. Charming 2 bedroom home on paved Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home Realtor UPHOLSTERYFor
201-A DOWNTOWN PLAZA parking all around our corner 2 baths pump for lawn. $500 dn. street In pleasant residential large Fla room & patio. Lot Best In equipment using Irv',
CULLMAN. ALA. Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each Assume FHA mortgage. 376-2293 section near U of F Campus. 100x176', lots of trees. MULTIPLE FR LISTING DAN BYRD top qualify workmanship ternally Insulated ducts designed
week day. or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. Fireplace In living room. Large PHONE 2-1494 call engineered and Installed
screened porch. Many nice shade Beautiful lots NW section ASSOCIATESMARCELLA ASSOCIATES INC. 372-6142
-- --- ------
NEW 3 Bedroom
CCB. tilt bath. PARDI
carport and utility room. $9,000. trees. Separate garage. $13,500. W.H.BUCKHANNANFIGURE Jack DeYot Realtor I GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING ..
$250 down. Commercial property & acreact AssociatesE. & AIR CONDITIONING CO..
$45 month. Phone FR
CLEAN 2335S days. LIGHT AND COOL E. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. E. Holloway UPHOLSTERY
fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio Christine Stone 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8268 -
Soft pastel colors and efficient central 638 N. Main St. I
air conditioning make this FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 fenced .yard, near elemeniary 825 NW 13th. Street Free Estimates-Pick up and 130 NE 2)rd Blvd.
I FORDYCEREAL home a |oy In hot weather. !3 ana lunior nign scnoois 372 2511 delivery. 24 Heur Service :
RAGS bedrooms. 2 baths. built-In kitchen screened porch 3 BR. 1 bath. Call night or day
family room with fireplace. $500 down. if you qualify FHA. -- -- -- --- -
All sliding glass doors are PARRISHPRESENTS I See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave.

TOR Thermopane Huge scree ned
porch. No city taxes or sewer
assessment. 132.000. JWK
landscaped corner lot In Wood- I
land Terrace. 3 bedrooms 2 372-8404

baths. Refrigerator range and ARNOLDREALTY IMMEDIATE occupancy can be I DELIGHTFUL three bedroom home
PRESS ROOMGAINESVILLE washer. Only $17,500. Call For.
had on this pleasant 3bedrocmmlsonry
I In the NE. convenient to shopping
dyce. 376-1236.
COMPANY home on nice. large lot
and school. Well landscaped.
I SUN Multiple Listing Member In Florida Park. Walking distance
TILE FLOORSaIr 1219 West Untv. Ave. 3723522 to Gainesville High and J. J. corner lot with backyard fenced AVE
conditioning. Paneled living Jane Caldwell Pete Sieg Finley Schools. for the children. 1355 square
L 201 N.E. 2nd PLACE room 4 bedrooms 2 baths screw Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge feet of living area with
ed porch. large closets. Wood- Bob Kaikman Charlie Mayo MASON MANOR. Neat 4-bedroom family room.
ed lot In NW. $25.500. Call For Jimmy Greene Walter E. StoddardLI 2-bath home with central heating UNIVERSITY and shopping center
dyce. 376-1236. and air-conditioning. Lovely fence close walking distance from this
ed rear yard makes Ideal play two bedroom house. CompletelY
WALNUT M area for children. Convenient to furnished and two kItchens
NORTHWESTTRAILER paneling fireplace walk-In clos
schools. Income i Is
mean when house
ets. 4 bedrooms 2 bathi 1.900 THIS WEEK'S9" ONI
SALES sq. ft. Large lot. $27,000. Low ITLEWOOD BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 rented as two one bedroom SPOTLIGHT
down payment. Call Fordyce. 376- Charm and slmplicny In this home bedroom 2-bath home with liv- apartments. Total price only I
4 DAY SPECIAL 1236. 3 Br, 2 bath. designed for gra $9.900.00.BEAUTIFUL !
ing room separate dining room. rW ,;
clous living. Beautiful setting in family room with fireplace love- large rooms In this GAINES STEAK ROOM

NEW 50x10 FURNISHED landscaped yard. The price has ly modern built-In kitchen. Cen- two bath house priced at only 41 ? ON SW 13th STREETStep :
3 bedroom home with many tea been reduced. Near Littlewoodand tral heat. $17,200. Three bedrooms: 14x111x16 .f .
2 BEDROOMS tures. Located in a friendly neigh Westwood school. 12.5x11. Beautiful large Into the Early American decor of the General*

borhood. 1.200 sq. ft. Living area. Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 PALM_yEW, Estates.,_ Attractive.._ .,4- living room. too. Quiet Northwest ..r" Gaines Steak Room and prepare yourself for the_
Call Fordyce 376-1236. Deoroofn. masonry nomc. DVIU- location. Available right
$5396 finest; U. S. Prime er Choke Steak that Gainesville
In kitchen units. Central heatingand
ONLY PER MONTHWE STEPHEN FOSTER away. This Is a clean nice .,
air-conditioning. Reasonable offer. -
See this house. 'i con
FORDYCEASSOCIATES. charming home with a
NEED USED TRAILERS beautifully landscaped lot. Yours financing. J. W. ;\.. .1VII Prompt, courteous service; Is Just the beginning, After*
for immediate
Wo Will Give You Top Dollar For Your Old Trailer INC. N. W. 39th Ave. occupancy. 170 UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- KIRKPArRICKRealtor Y. you place your order you may watch your .t.oka-
Multiple Listing Realtor side restricted subdivision of acre > being cooked to order "
over on chorcoolIi..b
Call your
2702 WALDO RD. N.E. Broker Mary Moeller 6-4471 Inside lots : open
Grace Fordyce. lots. Paved streets.
31 N. Main Phone FR 2-1404 t : hearth. -
AT PALM LANE Associates: $3950 corners $' .250. Outside city _
PHONE 376-0205 Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden IDYLWILD limits thus NO CITY TAXES. i I Floye Mathlasen ASSOCIATES Irene: Bunnell -I The Steak Room is also known for its delicious sea'_

O. C. Gay Dick Bank IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. Y food dinners. ..

Frances Hough Sarah Goulden ldv*.vlld.! 3 Br, 2 bath. modern RANCHETTE 10 homesites acres each.too. Approximately Located -i, Levis Kirkland Ben GriffinBY '" Serving from 6 P.M. to 12 midnight the Steak Room"

kitchen near new Elem. school. on Newberry Road with OWNER NEAR WEST. SII is open 7 days a week. '
2.000 sq. ft. The price Is reduced WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR, 2 bath. *
320 feet on paved highway.
Watch for the of
see 4012 S. W. 19th St. opening their new Cocktail Lounae_
$500.00 down. S yrs. on balance. Ig LR. family room built In
Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 kitchen. CENTRAL AIR COND Sept. 1st. ?

; MOBILE HOMES TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and Watch For Next Week's
SIDNER LANIER M.M. _assume mtg. Call 376-2927. SPOTLIGHT Z

Brick 3 Br, Fla. room parquet LOW DOWN PAYMENT and financing --
floors Dbl. car port.INVESTMEJ4TS. already arranged Three

Bedroom home built 1960. BuiltIn DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING !
1 BUY NOW WHY PAY RENT PARRISH range and oven. Large corner .
5 acres adL new V. A. Hospital lot. Outside City limits. Owner COCKTAILS "

SPECIAL 46 acres on Rocky Pt. Rd. H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham TY ASSOCIATES 376-2448. STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation & repainting. STEER ROOM

Call Mary Moeller 6-4471 Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish OWNER transferred attractive 3 Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Open 7 days a week. The finest In
19 N.E. First Street. TeL No. BR home, corner lot. Highland steaks prepared to your tasteon Friday Aug. 28tti dining enJoyment
NO. 1 NO.2 Remember well see you then. Cocktails &. dancing In our lounge...
NEAR GAINESVILLEGather 372-5375. Court Manor" paid pool member our open hearth. Holiday Inn
.. the ship low equity. VA Loan pay. 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-266. Palmer & Sue Long No cover No minimumFRED'S ,..
family and
50x10 50x10 this spacious together see FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA $93 mOo 2721 NE llth Ter. FR .- LOCKER ROOM
home with 4 Br 3
4562 NW 13th St.
bath landscaped yard. For sale approval you can have Immediate 9709. BOWLINGPALM *
2 BEDROOMS P/i BATHS 2 BEDROOMS or trade. Melrase Fla. possession and ownership .of BILLIARD'S *
the best value house for sale In FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR. 2
$ $ 00 Mary Moeller 6-4471 NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air belts cen. air cond. and Meat CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun LANES INN
{ 3295 Palm View Estates Steak Room Smorgas-
3295 Paneled family less nan 1
conditioning. room
ONLY No. 4086 ONLY for not only wall be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail
No. 3549 MARY MOELLER laming living-dining area for extra yr. old FHA approved larg young men Hour J to 7. }
GAINESVILLE STARKE spaciousness. Electric range shaded lot. no Immediate neighbors BUT young women, too. the 17th for reservielrg and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. BangIng -.
REALTOR and dishwasher. Back yard com- owner transferring.\ 4037 Bring your dates of our alleys. Well til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's'
4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE. pietely enclosed by 7 ft hedge. N.W. 18th Place. Phone 376-0734 Open 10 A. A. til 12 P.M. see you the 18th. 2606 Waldo Combo & Richard Parkers orches--
WALT JOHNSON 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Call 3764147 for appt. to see at 905 N. Main Street Road 3764654.HEYWHAT tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-2442 '
Mgr. ASSOCIATES 2213 NE 7th Ter. WESTWOOO area.
C. W. Moeller Foster Kessler 3 BR, 2 bath liv.-din.-krt.. Fam.Rnv .
Dick Durbin LEAVING TOWN will sell my 3 central heat gas fireplace. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE.
: FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES INC. J BR home on corner lot. low down B R. 2 bath. cent. heat built In well landscaped shady yard and
payment. $60 per mo. Located It kitchen. home. You can save Attractive patio. S6CO dn, $105 IN GUIDE I I
I 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy $1500. Call FR 23826 or GR mo. FlU by owner. 531 NW 34th CALL 372-8441.

-a RMgell 372-4125. 5-5T22 Metrose. Dr. 372-1145 day 372-4537 night.





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35 Houses for Sale I I 37 Reol Estate ExchangedFt. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 45 Furnished Apts.Call 45 Furnished Apt 46 Unfurnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn.

$14X100 3 BR horn for $t -950 if Lauaerdale 3-2 home SU.SOO. NOW RENTING us for the rental you need. FOR RENT QR SALE 1963 traIler ONE BEDROOM Duplex Apartment CLEAN two bedroom hov Se on bus
equity $4,618 paid In cash or Trade equity for Gainesville FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES. INC. Star by General. 50 x 10' 1 BR,: Kitchen furnished. Clean nice line for married couple only. No
$500 down & second mort. Mo. home acreage or whathaveyou.Call COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex REALTORS custom made excellent cond. neighborhood. 736 NE 9th St. $60. I children or pets. $85. 2911 NW
THE TIME IS NOW pay. fin mort. $75 second $30. 376-6943 evenings. dining apartments area, modern large kitchen living with and 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 Can be rented at Orange Lake Available now. FR 2.2839. 13th St. FR 24686.

Almost new Ig. living rm & SELL Trade equity In '61 Charm fan, large storage closets terrazzo EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS- with Lakeside view or can be 5 ROOM bath refrig., & stove, 2 BR. CB home, furn- on Swan
dining rm. tile bath terrazzo pion 55x10' for house In G'ville. floors, tile baths space heater month. Phone 464-3448. moved to trailer park of your 109 SE 4th Ave. Adults no pets. Lake. Avail. Sept., $65 per MOo
floors. Gen. Elec. equipped kit. Also 1 acre I.OfN highway frontageon and hot water heater faclll N. W. 2 Br., Kit. Eq. $90.00 choice In Gainesville or Ocala $60 per mo. Water furn. Phone Call for appt., FR 2(352 or GR
ample closet space, screened 41. 3 Wilhston I deep ties for washing machines and MARY MOELLER. REALTOR area. See to appreciate. Call 372.4621 or 3721633. 5-5720. Melrose.
12 x 20 porch N.W. Section. I well pump. 528-2077 after 6-30 paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 591-3001 Mcintosh Exchange. Mr. STUDENTS 10 room furn. house
3766674. Ter. or call for appointment 372- 4-4471 Ingalls. Duplex apt. for rent. Excellent decorated, 9
Do You Have A Room for rent newly
ApartmentOr residential location. Two bed
39 Out of Town Property 5321 or 3725322. Lease
COMFORTABLY turn. 2 BR CCB I Kitchen single beds standing now.
rooms. equipped. $85 00
BLACK ACRESPRICED cottage on clear sand bottom ONE bedroom house trailer out- per month. Hugh Edwards Inc.' required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave
House to Rent? TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 STARKE: 11 lot.room 3 bath homeon 44 Cottages for Rent lake. Call 376-5821 or GR 5-5217. side male bath light and suitable water furn for ,single quiet! 376-7971. Call 4952375. Archer.
large Close to Bank
bedrooms. 2 baths hardwood location, N. W. Section; $34. Call FOR RENT 2 BR house In High
floors central heat. air-cond. Church Schools & market. Ideal 2 BR house Lake Santa Fe. private EAST SIDE completely -
376-7925. ADVERTISE IN THE Springs partly furn. $50.
units electric range and drapes. for home office apts.. nursing dock & boat. Call 3763268. ext. I furn. $55. Mrs. Horace Llnctw
Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. home beauty shop etc. Sell or 2523. i GARDENAPARTMENTS 1 BR-CR.. kitchen. all util. furn. SERVICE DIRECTORY 454-1834 High Springs.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 3125 W. Univ. Av. FR 4-4427. trade for Gainesville property.H. RENT modern furnished cottageson except gas for cooking & oil for I
G. Bolltnqer Stark heat. $67.50 per mo. upstairs. 911
Lake Santa Fe by week or
NORTHEAST Section close to NE 3rd Ave. Call Fred Gainesville's newest and most
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit built-Ins.schools for Ig.sale landscaped by owner.lot.2 1515 BR 41 Residential IncomeFOR 1 season.BEDROOM Inquire cottage Lewis Jewelry on Swan Co. II Gainesville's$57 per month up Finest 372.3617 or 3720989. luxurious apartment building .

NE 6th Ter. Call for appoint. Lake, furnished. Rent $25 week NICE furnished first floor apt. good
ment FR 2-8629 or FR 6-7S24. SALE Completely furnished 'til Sept., then $45 Mo. FR 2- Furnished or unfurnished residential section convenient to Ii! LAKESHORE I
NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 Br colonial 3 unit apt. house located 8352 or GR 5-5220, Melrose. I Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart stores & bus line within walking ;
hardwood floors fireplace. front of lot 95' x 203 at 115 N. E. SMALL furnished cottage & trailer ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- distance of square. Couple only. TOWERS
Fenced back yard. Near St. pa- 9 St. Price $15.500 net. Can be for rent. Suitable for working Phone 3765846.
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11- financed. FR 6-6456. couple. Moore Haven Park. 2330E. : I lll I
500. FHA. $72 per mo. Including ONE house 3 units completely furnished Univ. Ave 3768164.
taxes and Ins. FR 2-2736. Income $2700 year. NW 9606.COMPARE. NOW i LEASING

EVERY DAY until it is rented: 3 BR, 1 bath. CCB carport. util. Section asking 15000. Phone I 45 Furnished Apt I
rm., patio. Payments $69.75 per FR 63825. !

mo. Balance $3,268. 3 miles from 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- LARGE 1 BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. .
Univ. '30 NW iStti St. Phone 376- Joining rental property. 200 ft. No single
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 9615. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd after 5 P.M. weekdays.
students please.
TIRED OF PAYING RENT? Ave. Will sell together or sepa- I THESE HOME VALUES I
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Buy me for $100 down and payments rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- ONE & TWO bedroom trailers
of $65 per mo. I am 3 4752. water furnished. No pets. Phone BEFORE YOU BUY
BR In size about 6 yrs. old. FR 25633. d
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Located at 2316 SE 9th PI. on a 42 Farms & Acreage =
lot 100 x 100'. Call owner FR 6- NICELY furnished convenient
$55 per mo. . $1.83 day 2524 or 3766710. downtown area. $75. Adults only 1IIIIIIIIIIIItI1ltll1lll1llllllll1iIIIIIIIIIIIII1II1IIIIII IIII 5
per 80 acres with nice home. no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music I SAVE!
70 acres perm. pasture. Store. 00c

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day GLADYS Call Brick Gladys farm home.Smith Realtor FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE The occupancy.following art ready for I

1228 W. University 372.5393 BEST

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day SMITH 7 /2 acres 10 miles out. Large well furnished air conditioned ;UUIWIJlWllllllta..ou.u_ g
1 bedroom apt. Quiet location -
$2000 cash couple only no pets. $125 The following Is now under 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. ri
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 372-5393 S. E. SAPP. REALTORPh. per mo. Ph. 3724957.ADVERTISE 00 construction and will be ready 4 BR 2V% baths $2990 dn., ===
I Four bedrooms. 2 baths within 4722000 Newberry Fla. for occupancy soon $169 per mOo

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day walking School. Older distance brick of the home Medical with WANT TO RAISE DOGS or what IN THE ; LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
have you. 5 acres 6 ml. out livable 3310 N.W. 30th PI. _
Florida room, fireplace double 3320 NW 30th Ave.
house. Dead end road. Reasonable SERVICE DIRECTORY g 3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $87 Swimming Pool Recreation Room
$80 . $2.66 day
per per garage. 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn, $77.
for cash. 4663130. g per month. Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
Make an OFFER. One of our best s permo. Cal Air Cond. Facilities
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day buys in a 3 bedroom 2 bath 160 ACRES cleared modern 3 bedroom tip! Laundry
home. Large Florida room fire home tobacco allotment, 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In s Lockers Garbage Drop Chute t
barn tractor and equipment utility 303 SE 38th St. Areas Sidewalks
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day place many built-lns acre lot. sheds some pasture, $36,000. SHADOWLAWN 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn. (64 Parking 3 Elevators Lighted \
$7,200 down, balance over 20 ESTATESF. I Norwood per mo.

$95 per mo . $3.16 per day GLADYS SMITH years. D. OLIVER iIIIIIIIiIIIIHI i

Individual For You I Hope
$100 per ma. . $3.33 per day 122S W. University 372.5393 REALTOR Well planned Styles living areas ; .
Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 c
Quality material d. workmanship
Virginia Power 0 = "H" Inc. ALL OUR HOMES ARE 124 Hour Service)
14 acres N. W. 39th Ave. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 5
2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown 12 acres N.W. % A community you would be SEEING ANYTIME IFa SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR payment $60 per mo. Call Lo- 7 acre S. W. S7 50 proud to live In We Trade Homes YOU WILL JUST CALL. 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
cated at 331 NW 21st 20 acres N. W. 5800 Drive West on NW. 39th
Tommy Ridgell 3724125. 230 acres within 5 ml. of city of Ave. past the Glen Spring In 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 00

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 3 BR, CCB house built-in stove Call Gainesville $300.00 per acre. tersection. See sign on left. I or Property 6-5301 or FR 4-7989 Butler Bros. BUILDERS
& space heater, carport & util.! Mary Moeller Realtor FR 20866.
rm., low down payment & take 1019 W UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 iliUIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIII 1 181 1pNN811URHll
up mo. payments of $65. Phone i
3723506. 43 Colored Property

new home In quiet neigh- HOMES FOR SALE STEVEN FOSTER
borhood. Has fenced rear yard 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. &
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for 501. wall to wall carpet, central air 7th Ave. Small down payment HEIGHTS ;HOUSE HUNTING!
three good size bed-
4 i BR modern home on I acre of 3 OK, I bath, stove, refrig. screen- conditioning, two baths. Extremely well monthly payments $57 to $65. Builder
rooms 37th Place &
Located at N W.
Also homes built on your lot
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land. $7,300. Terms. Phone GR porch paid pool membership $15-
cared for home New brick homes under 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen
5-2277. $600 equity assume $83 mo. pmts. 983. Owner willing I gunl: r i with no down payment. Ph. 6th St.
Pick own equipment, cen. heat VA &
2510 NE 10th Ter. Phone 3720649. FR 24125. construction. your
MCKINNEY some equity In this home to re- colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. FHA Homes-no closing costs.
sponsible party. Call for appointment CHECK THESE
New, Quality Hugh Edwards built NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
GREEN ... GLADYSSMITH to see. Hugh Edwards, home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. by Capital Builders Inc.

Inc. 376-7971. As low as $43. per month with Capitol Builders Inc. N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street
DEATONREALTORS MOVE IN TOMORROW $2,000 down or will arrange termsto OPEN HOUSE DAILYCall
Unusual floor plan sets this three suit buyer. Located 643 NE N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The
bedroom, two bath home apart 15th Street. Call 372.0361 or 376-7788 371-0361 or 376.7730.PRESENTING .

MUST SELLIf 372-5393 II I floors.from others.newly redecorated.Lifetime terrazzo Built Hugh Phone Edwards.376-7971 Inc. brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
10 wooded acres overlooking Levy
you believe In being lucky this Lake plus the luxury of true con- closing.In kitchen.$101.$600.per month down includes Includes Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central
mght be your chance This temporary living. This arChitect.
fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central designed home features modern taxes and Hugh insurance.Edwards. Inc. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
heated 2 yr. old home must kitchen with Mexican tile counter.
3747971YoTl In young executive area an-
be sold. Owner will consider a Screened courtyard. entry court ti other FINE custom designed & city services.
reasonable offer under its present and porch. Living room with 30 .. "
;; built home.Featuring.
foot stone fireplace wall. Separate
F.H.A value of $17,250 locatedIn '
Madison Park Good condition dining room. Many built-Ins and ComeSee _! : ;;- : fireplace air THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
Act now Drive by bookshelves. This Is a home to conditioned. paneled family
3202 N. W. 22nd Pace and callus be cherished. our custom-made IJwldes at $-' room, kitchen a dream MODELS AT $14,500.
10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approved = with luminous ceilings &
for appointment before you .
buy. 372.3617.KING GLADYS SMITH Top Brands. 1 yr. financing c pantry 3 BR 2 bath fences.
available. See Dad and Brad Larsen patios & many other extraordinary
REALTOR at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales Ideas. ,
SIZEhouse on Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Keystone
3.000 sq. ft. has 6 1221 W. University 372-5393 Heights. Open evenings and [ f' ; > Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350

bedrooms. 2 full baths separate Sunday. 'f 44 \

air dining conditioning room central- loads heat of <.t. ..I "'"" WIMBERLY 36th Ter. elf ESTATESNW NW 39th Avt. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
storage space 1W acres. House !; 1 Open Sundays at 2:01 er by
built last year Call 3723617. set h appt. 372-5619. MODELS $13,000.

DUPLEXLet ff/i FHA and VA Walk to elementary
us show you this attractiveand
well located two story duplex J and| Junior high
that we have lust listed and
From down
it Is In good condition Fully New Homesin $400
furnished Income of $175.00 per Better living and
month Could be used as a
ly home priced with-an Don't Income.wait A<

ASSOCIATESJ. WESTVILLANW Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

Col.. Fred J. W.Guy Multiple Davis Jayne Listing H. J.Butterworth Wiltshire RENT RECEIPTS left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.

3 Bedroom CCB. 1 bath screened 1P 16th Ave., Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

porch, air conditioned. 4 years 3
old. No down payment. Take over r GOT YOU DOWN? at 37th St.
(too month payments. Call 972-

Price SlashedThe PRICED FROM $16,000 UP

( Buy For Less Than Rent at WALTER STUBBSInc.
owner of this lovely 3 bedroom
2 bath masonry home Is READYTO
SELL If you want a home Highland Court Manor) Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048
with a central heating system,
built-in oven and range, family t .-. -
room laundry room carport. 376.5394
large corner lot located In the ,," .' -.. .. If you have nothing more than a stack of
NOWI THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME :.. receipts to show for monthly rent let us show
MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 A 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan "We trade houses"BEEH
PRICE CUT FROM $18,000. O Large living dining area Doube: compartment sinkMasonery you how you can own your home for the I
to $16.500 ONLY $1.000 DOWN-
Construction Venetian Blinds
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL 0 less. start at less
Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills same price or Payments i
Tiled tub showers Large lawn with and -
O and grass than $80 month including insurance and -
Large double sliding door shrubbery per -
John Merrill closets Insulated Ante taxes. Interest is tax deductible too and
O Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop

MULTIPLE LISTING TM" appointment call S72-5321 or 327-5322 ,See one of our courteous salesmen for further .

PHONE 372-1494 "*.**' information. No obligation of course.
Marcella Associates Pardl Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 24th terrace turn left 1 block. LOCATED 28-HUNDRED BLOCK OF N.W. 34TH STREET

W. H. Buckhannan
-- 14 Models from $13,400 $18,200

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54 Business Rentals 66 Misc. For Sale 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 85 Automobile for Sale 1 I I
FOR LEASE 3 compart. sink hotwater heater 1952 Studebaker P. U. truck. Runs 1962 Ford MO XL convertible.; Air

: I Modern air condo suit of offices. gas stove. two electric 30 cup pood SlOG eash. Call 374-3357. conditioned bucket seats 21,009 B (j Motors
Downtown location near court coffee pots. Pool room phone ectual miles. Ph. fR 7-0127. Tremendous I &
1 "MeaerUn $ MERCHANDISE 5 house 372-7943 and or 6-0817.federal building. Ph. 442-1985. Pool Before Room I or f after A.M.6. OrBoYd's ,to c 83 Motorcycle & Scooters ;64$200- BUICK down Skylark take up 6000 payments.mIles

I I Card .! TfeBkaS II Wanted U BevMachinery midnight. ONE new Bridgestone scooter at
Call FR 2-7433 FR 2-3785 after
a STORE building 20 X 30 ft. avail or
L.it .ft reu4 ; Tools g dealer's cost. See at U1' Hawthorne
IS Btildlnc Materials able at 620 S. Main. $50 per TRADE 'your costly to operate 5:00 PJA.RENAULT Response .
4 Personalised Services 14 Household mOo Call Jqhn Merrill Realtor.FR ELECTRIC water huter. and Road.
I Travel lafarmtlira CoeJaM 21494. S48! for a new glasslined GAS 1959 DUCCATI 200 excellent Dolphin. 58. good con-
I I EpeeUI Netiaaa ABtlqiesII water heater. Much more tic.wlt.r cc. dition. Radio. new tires $250.
condition. Immediate sale. S200.
Mis*. Far Sale SMALL warehouse with platform tor Phone 376-3711. i
? Florida at about half the cost with Phone 372-B3. MONSOON
Baby Bitters.' Chile Care 17 Trading P.its trucks loading & unloading In OUR LP GAS. PROPANE Barkley I
I Pia... T. G. AmiTe tt Articles Wasted city limits. 1132 $. Main St. ARCHER RQAD. FR ft5110.DOWLING'S :
84 AUTOMOBILE 1951 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe
Things SeeAUTOMOTIVE <. 3 FB. Oil A W..4a _Phone 372-1433 or 376-4173. REPAIRSAIR
red with red Interior. Leaving
Beats Marine
71 Camp.Haut.yfsbU 56 Business Opportunities Chairs. low as S8. No money CONDITIONING Tune up I town must sacrifice. FR 44008.

Office Blpmert I down ,low as 'SS per month. Special. tZSO for performance 'CADILLAC 4-dr. HT. white.
'71 AlrpUne SalesKenUlat 71 Musical MerehandlssEALUTATEFORSALE FOR rent or lease downtown restaurant Free estimates pickup and delivery test. An. makes and models.of Full power t, air cond. Best offer Motors
Tracks for gaLs or drug store locations. service. All work fluaran- Chrysler built cars. Hawes- ov.r600 or trade for smaller
1 l Tracts !t.Blte I will facelift end completely re- teed. Phone 376-77U. Powers Motor Co.. Air ConttVHonlng car. tspectaUy VW '$8 or UlM.
'M -rrt.t.nrhtk Ke&UU = mode and air condition etc. or AIR CONDITIONER for sate. t&QQ I Servicing Center. 204 N. Call 37t-7tn. : SPECIALS
2201 N. MAIN
'1(2 Trader BentmlS n Mobile Homes tor Sale ML *iU ta k* W year ground tease BTl/ 220 Volt reasonablebuy. Main St., Phone FR :.%561.SPECI"'L ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet ST. :
.U MoUreyele gc..Urti and let you build. Lot 129 x 125.Owne' Impata. 2 dr. hardfoP, excellent
a3 ia far Sale = Excellent condition. Cad FR auto painting ttt.ts. Automotive CONTINUESOUR
I Automobllt>> Bepalrt SI WaliTfronl Property = HC. Batey. Jr. Melrose 2-06S4 after 5. repairs and tune-up. condition. Call Jones 376-5351.
Automobiles Sale
far IS B.ase. Far Bale = REFRIGERATOR full size WestInghouse Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. 1960 CORVETTE 4 speed excellent
II Swap Car. 21 Cottages F.r Sal. M 'N'EMAKER.. New business. with Phone 372.7915. condition. Sell or trade for com '
t I S7 Real Estate Exebaaced =| Good location near Shopping 840. 182J freezer compartment pact. Call 374-5343 after 4 P.M. 63 CADILLAC
H EDUCATIONALU 3* Beat Estate Wanted = Center. Phone FR 4-4728. N.W. 7th Sf. 85 Automobiles for Sale John Ritch. $4895

\ School 4i InitnctlraIS JI Oat e' T.WB Properff Call Gladys Smith. Realtor 1963 Rambler S325 down & takeover Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned. .
Mule. Dueta*. 40 Easiness Propeniee f= 1221 W. University 372-5393 T-Vantennas. $3 single stack $7 I JEEP, four wheel drive 1954 model payments of 157 per me. -
I Wanted UulrattUm 41 Residential iBeama g double stack JI3.00 complete kit. 62 CADILLAC
roEMPLOYMENT FOR lease large building. 1034 S.Main. good condition. Call 37i-C854 Call 372-4054 after 5:30 P.M.
4! Farms Acreage g Jim Voyies 419 NW 8th Ave. I after 5:00 P.M. $3795
Now occupied by Franks
I 43-1 Colored 1960 4-door Chevrolet Brookwood
Sales g
Property Marine. Large bade lot. Drive Now Specializing In Ladles' Better station wagon. Power steering. Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned.
, 11 W.rk W&nU* Mil g thru large enough for bl g gel t Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I CADILLAC 1955 red convertible autom. trans., radio and heater. :
11 Work Wanted Pn.U RENTALS | truck trailers. Owner Hal C.Batey through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional I fully powered with new top. S250. Excellent cond. $995. FR 6-8300. 62 CADILLAC
It Sales Help Wasted Jr., Melrose 475-5811. Values.' DIXIE MILLS SUPER See at Tenneco Stat. comer of 4pm. $3595
J U Colored Property Rentals M DISCOUNTS. 1' S.W. 1st Ave S. Main & 4th Ave.
11 Belp-M.I. r Female 44 C.ttag.a SeC Beat g4J 61 Wanted to BuyTAMP nue. 1956 PLYMOUTH 4-dr.. radio 8. Sedan. Air conditioned.
i U Male Help VTaatetDramatic Furnished Apt.. = S> TR3. gray overdrive $1,000. heater. auto trans.. V-t runs '
a 41 Unfurnished Apt*. |f COLLECTIONS. Get our WE WANT TO buy late model used Phone 3720649. good. J195 or best offer. Phone 61 CADILLAC
I 11 FemtU H.h> Wasted 47 Hours fr Bent Fnrm. = fair cash offer. Phone 372-27CZ. trade-Ins refrigerators.now given.Exceptionally High I '63 OLDS F- 5. loaded! Excellent 372-7475. 2995
41 Reuses for Bent Co/Bra. : tlJSALE Sedan
= condition. See Mr. Green. University DeVille. Air conditioned.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 45 B..m. far Bent = ASH: for your used appliances WILSON'S EXCHANGE City Bank. 962 Falcon.' 2-door. auto trans-
It rum E' l BCBt fiO IleleJ Booms ff furniture clothing etc. Call WIlliams 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6.09. low mileage. clean. SIC9 See at '60 CADILLAC
Service Center. Hawthorne 1957 FORD. radio & heater. V8. Ussery's Service Station. 404 N.W.
I j 27 Teed FertiliserJS Bl )llae BenUls = CITIZEN BAND :
RADIOS In cond. Sell 10th Avenue. f2395
good reasonable.
i' LlTtsUck g p llceJ alA Wanted T. Bent = Rd 3723937 New
Used SiO Sedan. Air
Ph. 464-3168. conditioned.
I I t LaidsesalEf Tap Sail Si Boarders Wanted = Complete line of photo :
50 Pets A SsppIUaU 53 Office Desk 64 Household Goods supplies '
Space g FULLER'S FOTO INC. n COMET & 59 RAMBLER Station Wonter 60
Lle.Uek WastedFINANCIAL II Easiness BeataJaSERVICE M 'lf W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 wagons. Both AT AC, Comet 87 Automobiles>> CADILLAC
7 PIECE modern formica-top dinette has radio also. Private owner. 1995 :
1 set. Charcoal color. $35. GOLF bag. 2 woods 8 Irons glove Make offers. 376-2348. CARS WANTED i950-54 Fords Sedan.
Phone FR 6-1581. and balls; $25. Phone FR 4-S48S 8. Chevrolets. Al Herndon Serv- .
51 Batlneii Opp.rtgnltlssSt 23 Special Serreei = after ':00 P.M. 55 CHEVROLET standard transmission '
X..y t.eyWaated. LetBM 23 Home ImproTemente 31 ONE 40"( Electric range. excellent i cylinder. Perfect condi ice Station. 914 SE 4th St. 59 CADILLAC 5
Mertfar.eeSI 14 B.... TV Service PS3 condition. Phone FR 2-1523 for In- REMINGTON electric typew r I ter. tion. Call 372-6638. 1595 1 :
Appliance 2'.raitursnEll028m0nn9mnmmnnmnbllfflmmmm0nB= formation. good condition. $100. Call after i Sedan. Air conditioned.
P.M. 372-6731. Comet 2-door. blue. I cylinder
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested standard shift. Radio heater MELTONMOTORS '
-- and Guaranteed 15% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES. Assume payments. FR 2-2223. 57 CADILLAC :
42 Refrigerators from $3* DP For those Interested In 'til 9 p.m. Thurs. F895
47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses learning '56 OLDS convertible
for Rent Unfurn. 9 Ranges from S39 up ceramics classes ere held every I power steer- Fleetwood. Air conditioned. :
17 Washers from $I' up Moru Wed.. & Fri. Ing power brakes radio heater.
evening 7 to
TWO bedroom. I bath house. $100per TwO extra good top & times. Call 376- '
BR. I batn stone and con 8 Dryers from $49 up 9 P.M. ELLA'S CERAMICS I 56 CADILLAC
mo. 306 SE list St. Phone crete house. Freshly painted E. University 3407 after 5:00. 15
2 Food-Freezers from S99 up Ave. FR 6-5548. 703 N. Main St.
after "-00 P.M. FR 2-B949. .
walls. Inlaid oak floors. Ig. shady 2 Dishwashers from $49 up NEW I 57 CHEVY Belalr hardtop radio $395.
yard. No children or pets. I 10 TV Sets from $35 up AutomatIc Polaroid Color Pack Camera heater V-8 automatic trans., new FR 6-7571 Coup DeVille. Air conditioned; .
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. _321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Jar' too with """. Re- WSW tires. Can be seen at 608 '
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 J14950. August special $119.I N. Main St. CARS SOLD 62 OLDS S
Ph. 374-1258 I
1021 W. Univ. -
49 Rooms For 2595
Irg. bedrooms 2 bath. USED Maytag automatic washer. 63 KARMAN Ghia. $100 and take FOR THE CORRECT "
hardwood floors. N. W. Section. 98" Hardtop Sedan. Air
Phone FR 2-1265. $65. Phone 376-2905 after S PM. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPL V. INC. : up payments. Phone 481-2381. conditioned. .
LARGE corner room adjoining priVate TIME '
SMALL clean house tile bath. cou- bath and entrance. maid and SOFA & chair. coil sprIngs. dark YASHICA-MAT automatic camera 55 DODGE S9S; '50 Chevy $95; 62 OLDS $' :
pe: or ,with one child. $45 mo. linens. 2 working girls or 2 busIness gray. nylon tweed. Boucle recently field case S. 3.5 mm. lens. New I '56 Chevy $150; 54 Ford. $95. 60 1595
FR 2-1411
525 .S- E. 4ta Ave. FR 28420 men. Can be seen at 116 reupholstered. Like new. $75. $50. Also other equipment. Phone Also '56 Ford. pickup truck. $195. I F85 .
or FR24379. N.W. 2nd St.ATTENTION Ph. 372-5847. 3728238. Al Herndon Service Station 916

TWO BR,' 1 bath kitchen equipped. MALE STUDENTS. FOR SALE. 5 hot water Inks, 30 SEW NOW PAY LATER! I SE 4th St. Courtesy Of '60 OLDS

TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. double rooms at reasonable rates. gal. with gas heater attached also I on like new. repossessed 44 University ChevroletN. j MORE TO $1 1595
Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph. kitchen liv. room. maid servo 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete model Select-0- Matic Zlg Zag Main St. at 16th Ave. "98" Hardtop Sedan. Atr conditioned.
316-5987. ice Included. FR 22726. with gauges. 2 crane shallow sewing machine. Does beautiful Value Rated
I well pumps. Inquire Lewll fancy stitches blind "emmlng CHOOSEFROM '60 OLDS
3 BR. 1 beth horn*. SW section. No LARGE room for men far rent Jewelry Co. buttonholes embroiders mono-
students. For appt. call 3725633. single or double. access to show. grams overcasts raw edges. Used Cars 1495 1
ers and refrigerator. Phone FR ROSE upholstered club chair. good I II on burtons appliques. etc. : AT "88" Hardtop Sedan.
FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. houseIn 2-1981 or 3721185. 416 N.E. 2nd I condition. Also Walnut legged I reliable party to assume 4 Need B&GMOTORCO. PAINT I
Alachua. $12.50 per week. Call Ave. hassock. green vinyl cover ments of S4.50. Phone pay '59 OLDS
E. D. Floyd at 442-1871 or 442157 I Phone 374-1977. Manager i
? snytime.UNFURNISHED. NICE large room. close in, private Ing Center.372-7480 United Sew-I I Cadillac Oldsmobile I WholesalePrices )1095
entrance. 204 NE 5th Ave. I 2 studio couches with bolsters 2001 NW 13th St. JOB Sedan. Air conditioned
2 bedroom home. Phone FR 4-0244. brown. newly covered. $20 ea.: Beautiful walnut circular baj. I E
Silo per me. Call 374-7464. 3024 NE 10th St. long, with Rattan stools. Suitable '59 OLDS
NICE cool room, close In. off .
1 BR. 1 bath. complete kitchen for home or business. FR 1295 I
street parkIng. single beds. for LEAVING town. must sell living I
near For schools and shopping center. one or two persons. Reasonable rm. furn. lamp tables rug. beds FORMICA top 18x20" boards for I GAINESVILLEAUTO $3995At I "98" Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.
call Manaro'sRestaurant. rate 531 SE 2nd PI. FR 2.2582. chests. Kenmore washer. good I end or kiddie table fish cleaning
FR 24690. cond.. kitchenette set etc. SALES I
I 1374i94L or cutting board .etc. $1. G'vllle I 59 OLDS
FIVE room house for rent. kitchen 53 Office-Desk Space See at 4158 NW 4th St. Auto Top Shop.ACETYLENE I 1007 N. Main St. $995
furn. shady yard $55 per mo. CHEAP. Electric refrigerator $23; "
119 SE 5th Ave. Inquire at 1025 welder. complete out. Phone FR 2.6313 1964 Hardtop Coupe.
apt. stove $5; 40" gas range TRIUMPH
gas _
: OFFICE space for rent near Uni fit, tire machine bench _
NE 3rd Ave. 44703.I versity. Phone FR 4-3012. $30. See at 1405 NW 13th St. grinder : Northcentral Florida's HAWESPOWERSBODY '
1 grease gun. & other service TR-4 Wire Wheels. 58 OLDS
BR. 1 bath $150. also 3 BR. 2 OFFICE space for rent Including 40" ADMIRAL elec. range. like new station equipment. Phone 372-2489.:. Largest SHOP Heater. $595
bath house, central heat S. air. $80. Call 372-4081. after 5:30 PM.
cond. $175 per mo. FR 6-3401. central, utilities heating air condlti9n. : 'GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV1 1 Independent Dealer 611 S.W. 3rd St. Was $2895 Is $2667 Convertible.
Ing and private parking LIVING or Fla. rm. suite; 2 foam
S BR. 1 batn. all util. furn. Including lot. Ill SW Third St. rubber lounges. 2 end tables corner yr. guarantee on picture tube FR 20538CRANE 1964 FORD '58 OLDS '
lights. water fuel oil & i table. Simmons hlde-a-bed. $39; refrigerators. $25: sofabed 4dr. air' PS PB. $395
grass cut. $115 per mOo 2636 NW 54 Business Rentals Uphol. chairs. Make offers. 376- and chair $29; sofa bed $t9i AT R8.H.
2nd Ave. 376-7984. 2348. new platform rockers, $12.95. BARKLEYMOTORS Was Sedan.
Call Williams Is $2887
THREE bedroom house. 4 miles EXCELLENT location building (or Center, '
USED Deepfreezer refrigerator. $35. Hawthorne Rd. 3723937. 1964 HILLMANSuper 57 OLDS
North of Archer on 41. Phone rent. 1228 W. University. 372 5393. Phone 376-2435. $395
495-2214. Archer. Gladys Smith Realty TWIN 'mattresses and box springs Minx AT,
STUDENT moving to Miami sell- 3 snack tables 2 pair curtains. R&H white walls. Sedan. Air conditioned.

Ing furniture and miscellaneous 1 arm chair and hassock dinette; "IN THE AUTO GAME Was $1925 Is $1688 '
list call FR I
household Items. For
2-8003 after 5 p m. chairs and table BARKLEY'S THE NAME" 1964 CONSULEnglish 200
with leaf.
Call 372-1830. 2201 N. Main St. Ford S.dr.
USED GOLF CLUBS : 66 Misc. For Sale STEREO REK-O-Kut turntable with FR 2-4373 '59 BUICK Convertible R&H. Hardtop Coupe.

I new cartridge, perfect condition '62 CHEVROLET Was $1695 Is $1567 '63 BUICK
Electric stove. 5 piece dinette set. S50. 1825 N.W. 7th St. Phone f3295
NEW .1963 SALE
: reg. Gold framed mirror and nursery FR 4-4728. 4 door. Hardtop 1963 MG

Louise Suggs MacGregor irons $155 $110 furniture. Phone 372-8889. STUDY desk $10; extra long dote '61 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Midget Radio Station Wagon. Air conditioned.

Marilyn Smith Kro-Flire irons 115 85 "NEVER say users used of anything Blue Lustre like It.for ble bed with frame $50; end VOLKSWAGENMILLER. '61 CHEVROLET heater. '59 BUICK
Rent electric tables $ID ea.; f x 12' rug $7.50 Was $1895 Is $1678 1195
Golfcraft Mangrum irons ... 155 110 shampooer cleaning carpet.$1. McDaniell Furniture 1825 NW 7th St. Phone 374- Convertible 1963 MERCURY4dr. Electra Sedan. .

Burke Woods . . . 1C4 60 Company. Gainesville Shop 4728. '61 COMET 4 door sedan R&H '

Golf% raft Mangrum woods . 104 85 ping Center.Prices. GE Phone apartment 372-6229. size refrigerator. '--1 '62 COMET 4 door AT PS, PB. 59 BUICK 1195 t
Was $2695 l Is $2343
,i' Wilson Staff woods . . 1C4 85 Slashed GROCERY stock and equipment at '63 COMET 4 door 1963 OLDSMOBILESuper Coupe. Air conditioned.

' Refinished Wilson Staff woods 78 60 Making way for one of Florida's 439 call SW FR 3rd 66802.St. for Information @J '64 COMET Convertible 88. '63 CHEVROLET '

{ most complete office machine BROWN '60 DODGE Loaded.Was 2195 I
Used 1962 Spalding Executive companies. TV. perfect cond.. will sacrificefor Al/TMO"UO

irons & woods sold as $30. Also RCA stereo port.. 1030 E. Univ. IltAU. '63 ENGLISH FORD $3295 Is $3074 Impala Sedan.
\ NEW AND USED like new cond., $39. 805 NE nth FR 2-3582 Anglia 1963 PONTIAC2door '

|i set new $284 . . NOW $140- Adding machines calculators' typewriters I Ave. FR 25047. hardtop 63 CHEVY II $ 1995 i
62 FALCON 2 door
Used 1962 Ladies Spalding portable and standard 200 FT. welded wire fence. 48' loaded.
cash registers and check pro- high. 18 line posts. 1 walk gate. '60 FALCON 4 door Was $2995 Is $2787 Nova Sedan.
irons & woods sold tectors. $40. Phone 374-4074.
asset '
1964 '61 FALCON 4 door 1963 VALIANT4door 61 CHEVROLET $

new $260 . . NOW $140 FR 2-0963 2727 NW 6th St. NEW Canvas furniture chairs at$8 wholesale bar stools prices 58 '61 FIAT 2 door V-100. R&H, 1595

SEWING MACHINE & SIS. marble top coffee table ST. Station Wagon.
The following are made up sets 1944 Automatic twin needle zig zag $40 walnut & Iron end table $iS, '61 FORD 4 door Was $1645 Is $1446 '
with In new cabinet. Makes buttonholes cherry hat racks $1.50 4' writ. 62 MONZA $
golf bag: 63 FORD 4 door 1963 FORD
overcast. applique, s. t In Ing table $40, fire screens 39' FORD 1595

1 set Bob Hagey . . $37.50 stitch. fancy designs. mends. etc & 54" S25. 4X4 room divider '63 MERCURY Station Wagon. air. 4speed.
U per month. Balance $72. MU $50. Gaddum Interiors 12 NW 4dr., R&H AT.

1 set by Spalding . . 35.00 kell's Sewing Machine Service Co 3rd Ave. 9:30 to 5:30. Breezewcy Was *?495 Is $2192 '60 CHEVROLET $
SIS W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075. REUPHOLSTERED 57 MERCURY 1295
2 piece sectional CHRYSLER
1 set by MacGregor . 75.00 NEW end used chain saws. lawnmowers dressers. bedroom suites :1EARANCE Hardtop Station Wagon. V-8.
edgers. tampers. light round mahogany dining tablr 30C ___
1 set by Wilson . .. 125.00 plants. cable. Wisconsin. Briggs with 4 leaves reclining chairs. 62 METRO 7-door R&H PS '60 CHEVROLET
& Stratton new and used mo wicker sofa & 2 chairs, and 1195
1 set by Walter Hagen . 35.00 tors. Rental. sales and service. other household Items. Nearly
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Nj Furniture Shop. 314 NW 8th '59 OLDMOBILE Was $2995 Is $2747 Station Wagon. 6-cyl. Standard trans.

1 set by Golfcraft . . 125.00 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. Ave. 3764392.WESTINGHOUSE. SALE 1963 OLDSMOBILE '
61 OLDS F85 : 61 JMPALA '

1 set by Hagen . . 65.00 $45 Century 3-speed refrigerator.14" oscillating nice.. '63 PEUGEOT F-8S.Loaded.Jet 2-door Fire., 1595

60.00 SUBLEASEBuilding fan S10. 222 S. E. 20th St. Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.
left hand
1 set Patty Berg, Phone FR 61416. 63 PLYMOUTH hardtop.

1 set by Wilson . . 145.00 at TODDLERS clothes size 3 >s.exc..llent Station Wagon Was 1963$289 CHEVROLET2door Is $2747 '60 IMPALA 1395
229 W. UNIV. AVE. condition. Phony 372-1695. SHAW '62 STUDEBAKERAir
Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.
hardtop AT
f( CALL PRO SHOP Next Door to Florida 70 Boats Marina Equip. Conditioned R&H PS PB. '
Theatre. 63 VOLKSWAGEN Was $2695 Is $2466 63 FALCON 1695

372-0961 PHONE 372-0440 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with & '62 VOLKSWAGEN 1963 FIAT
trailer. $450. phone FR 20235. Station Wagon.
3911 N. W. 7th St. Station Wagon 1100 Sedan. '4-door
--- -- R&H. '
15' runabout & trailer hydroplane 61 FALCON 1195
bottom perfect condition. $250. Was $1395 Is $1119

3305 2455. Hawthorne Rd.. Ph. FR 6- KEETER CRANELINCOLN 1963 CHEVROLET4door Station Wagon. _

SERVICESHome hardtop PS. '
FEATHERCRAFT 14' runabout PB. R&H. AT. 61 FORD 1295

elec. starting 25 h.,. motor & MERCURY Was 5259Is $2334
trailer. $350. 3171 NW 12th Ter. 238 W. University Sedan.
Ph. 376-6507. 516 South Main St. 1963 MG

; 16' ft. ZimmeL overnighter with Phone FR 6-5371 FR 6-2425 lioo Sedan, 2-door, '60 FORD $795
\ And BusinessI canvass ton 25 H. P. electric R&H.
motor. Gator trailer with new Was $1695 Is $1557 Station Wagon.
tires. $595. FR 6-6961.

I ,I, NEWSOME fiberglass 40 h.p. 1963 RENAULT 8, R&H. '61 CHRYSLER 1695
elec. start motor good trailer
new top & battery. Bargain $500. 4-door sedan. Sedan. Air conditioned.
BookkeepingGENERAL PlumbingSEWER Swan Lake. GR 52351. Was S1495 Ie $1313
5% & 5%
t INSTALLED 14 Zlmmel 35 H. P. electric start 1963 CHEVROLETImpala '62 CROWN IMPERIAL $2995

Bookkeeping. operatingand Evlnrude boat cover. top trailer station wag
NEW 8i used fixtures.
financial statements. payroll complete accessories S400 FR 4-8848 on. Loaded. Air conditioned.
plumbing service "BIG" JIM
records. State end Federal tax HUGULEY. Gainesville/ PlumbIng Wa $3095 N <884 '
FEDERAL returns. BOOKKEEPING & fR 21589. 72 Office Equipment SALE 1963 PLYMOUTHSport 59 PLYMOUTH 695

TAX SERVICE UpholsteryUPHOLSTER Fury. 2-dr.. Station Wagon.
Prices Slashed
1251 NW 4th Ave. 372-151 hardtop. 383 Engine,

your turN lure at Making way for one of Florida's AT. R&H. '60 DODGE $895.
reasonable prices. Call Sally. most complete office machine NOW GOING ON W f $2"95 Is $2474
BulldozingSMALL Experienced. FR888.. 4248 com pa rues. 1963 FIAT I Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned. .
_N.W 13th Ter.

f trucks, fill bulldoZer.dirt. lime loader.rock.dump Topsoil NEW AND USED 400-D sedan.. 2-door '59 CHRYSLER 1095 :

Phon 373-744 RemodelingDQ Adding machines calculators typewriters ATRIDGWAY Was $99 I, <867
fI cash Air-conditioned.
registers. and check Hardtop Coupe. ;
ft I LandscapingLANDSCAPE YOU NEED. Florida room. extra protectors.FR 1963 SUNBEAMAlpine
room more room. roof work. Radio 58 PONTIAC $395
or maybe a complete new home'' 2-0963 J7J7 NW 6th St. MOTOR CO. heater.
t SERVICE For a free estimate & guaranteed
Grass-Sod-Garden Maln-Nvrsery work. ,phone Cart C 73 Musical MerchandiseREPOSSESSEDORGAN I Woe <;729* I, $1997

& stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Waters. 3721049.EXPERIENCED. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 a 1963 VOI.VO HILLMAN
Repair, NURSERY $295
P1SOO Electric
Landscape Co. CARPENTERPaint over-
Air Conditioning Baldwin Spinet organ with tone drive. Air.
FR 4-25U Inr frr* timt. and repair lobs performed by
cabinet. Also used B-3 Ham -- -- --- -- - ---- W.. 2*0* l. <2996
carpenter loves his trade.
t JCtHANDYMAN SHOPIAI&lr ,Lawnmower ServiceF CALL FR 6-4907 pedal monO board 2-41 note with manuals 2 tone cabinets.25 note I 1963 VALIANTV200. '64 PONTIAC $2595

conditioning and Appliance A real bargain. Gridley Music 4-door sedan
repairs. We sell guaranteed dependable L. Lawnmower Shop lot fast and Sewing Machine Repair Co.FR 2-5353.Gainesville Shopping Center. CLEARANCE SALE AT. R&H. Cot.lino.
washers refrigerators etc. service. 105 S. W. w. <
IQQt is
$1786 '
2nd Ave. We scissors RAMBLER
sharpen Knives WILL transfer 61
FR 6-0767. CALI-SEWING MACHINE &ER- to responsible party $1095
I and small electricmotors. 1962 BUICK
t VICE CO. SIS W. University choice of four spinet or console
Auto Glass Ave. 374-1075. We repair all pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s 4door.Loaded.. Station Wagon.
I II ... litzer Spinet
_Mak. Work fully quarantyed Piano trade back .

I, AUTO GLASS is our only bustness. !I Sun Want Ads TELEVJSION sound save S220.I motion.Wurlltzer pick Organ up payments with CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS W,e 2695( Is $2386 I

Immediate Installation we have a piano to fit HARDTOPS EMBEI'i
free pickup & delivery. Add any decor. EARLS PIANO CO.. :
& beauty & value to your car. Get Results PICTURE ruBE Repair Special, tl 702 W. Uolv Ave. 376-0031 1964 'i
MAULOIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. per Inch plus S10 to Install most *
323 NW.
Reconditioned TV from J.fS. FIAT _
THE VARIETY' STORE "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE -f,
Auto'EquipmentHYDRAULIC: Mortgage Broker 7 S.E. 1st Ave. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS ,...
4 Technician's with 84 years expenence Buy now for this fall. Many to 1100 b -
choose from. Instant
ACKSiebuIit& MORTGAGE MONEY on all makes. credit. FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
Gainesville Music Center SEDAN -
exchanged Repair kits for SIt per .cent interest. Terms to I
Walker Jacks. 25 years. I T. V. SERVICE 372-5471, Mm-IS W. Univ. Ave

ed Walker ::::av"'rt BUY BUILD REFINANCE 1 PROMPT t DEPENDABLEOpen PM.KWIK DEDUCT 10 % . . . . 000.00 30 M.P.G.
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Call to 'Closed Wed. at 1 76 Airplane Sales-RentaU
Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA
I Main FB 2-1497 42mN.W., 10th Ph. 372-3177 PRIVATE PILOT 1 YOUR PRICE *000 $1695 ,
end conventional at lowest GROUND SCHOOL .
Service current rates. Term to 25
l'raisaf FJUk. Approved
Sanderson AudioVisual
years. Will gladly discuss at no rO CLOSED
Ground School Course.
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned
FRED B. ARNOLD Starting week of Aug. 17. 144. ;
Includes Full Factory
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed. house washed. 18yrs.
REAL- .ESTATE! REALTOR APPRAISAL- __3LN._ Main St. Ph. FR 2-844 ; experience. Free estimate FR For 1-4351.complete Cuds Information In the Air.call 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTY EquipmentBARKLEY j I

SERVICE FRED B. ARNOLDREALTOR Phone FR M95S. tnc. Municipal AIrport.Automotive. ''MOTOJ toJ


1219 W. UNIV.LOAMS AVE. PH. 372-3522 'Sun Want Ads
Sun Want Ads GLADYS MOTORS \\:

and conventional Smith Realtor.loans. FHA Low i 78 TRUCKS, FOR SALE CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE

rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1228 I 2201 N. M.;.. St.
W. Univ. Ave. 373-S393. Get Results TRUCK BODY t x II H.. w ttS
Get Results I ft. racks good condition to be Open Til 9 p.m.
F. H. A. & Cony. Loans sold under sealed bids. Reserve llth ST. FR 67515I'
2201 N.W.
Sun. Til 6
FORDYCE- i ASSOCIATES INC the right to reject any or ell 119 S.E. FIR-STAVE. PHONE 372-4343 p.m. i I It.
REALTORS bids. Board of Public Works New-
92t W. Univ. 17U224. berry. Fie.

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; *8 GohmvUI Sun Thursday, August 13, 1964

Recreation Bill on Way to Final OK I J

5frro dark dtmra margin of 92 votes to one. facilities for all Americans.The age it was sent to the House, mendations made by the bipar- with the federal share up to

By NAN ROBERTSON I The measure, a companion 25-year program of cooperation -which passed a similar bill tisan Outdoor Recreation Re- I 50 per cent authorized. Federal -i

WASHINGTON The Sen- 'piece to the wilderness bill with the states to July 23. The backers hope to sources Review Commission, agencies 'could make expen-;

ate Wednesday approved one ;passed by both houses of Con- preserve scenic water and work out adjustment of differ-i which made its final report in ditures from the fund for acquisitions -

of the most important pieces of gress, will create a largely land recreation facilities will ences soon. i iI I January 1962. It found that the only after authorization 4 colorful changes

conservation legislation in rec- I pay-as-you-go fund to provide be paid for In part by user The broad plan was developed increase in the use by the from Congress.LEGAL .

ent years by an overwhelming ,outdoor recreation areas and fees. After final Senate pass- from studies and recom-I American people of available "Wardrobe"I

federal and state recreationareas NOTICE i

had far outstripped even The University of Florida will receive I II i
bids for the general class of commodities .
I the population growth since the I. as Indcated below. Interested bidders -( bySheffield
2 Actions Taken in Miss. may obtain forms specifications and.
Rights nd of World War II. other information by contacting the Purchasing 'i
From the land and water Division, Room 106, Tigert Hall I 41 /
FlorI- J-SIL.
University of Florida. Gainesville I
I: conservation fund establishedby da. 4 colorful strops to match I.. 1r
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) A son Jr. Issued his injunction state to maintain the status quo would obey the injunction order- the bill grants would be 64 Meat and Staples bids open every your costume. Select from s '

state judge has banned opera- Wednesday, a suit was filed in and on the other hand by Nr ig them to cease activity for 64-Hospital Tuesday 10:00 Supplies bids open every either suede or smooth calf
made to the states for plan-
tions of the Mississippi Freedom federal court asking that 16 groes to win civil rights inclu he group.A ning and acquisition of land 44-Monday 109 Revision 3:00 to Deep Well Water Supply 16.95 & 18.00 '' i 5.
to hinder ing recognition from the natioral Pumping and Pressure System-
Democratic party formed by state laws designed
floor battle over the issue at and water areas and for build Lake Alfred Florida 10:30 August 26.
civil rights leaders to seek oust- civil rights activities be struck Democratic party. 1964 I PiwrcpaarTai I
Democratic Con-
le National ing of outdoor recreational facilities 61-111 Group Life Insurance Plan 10:30August II
er of the all-white regular Dem- down. ention which 25, 1964 I
Lawrence Guyot, chairman c begins Aug. 24 at on them. Part of the
64-112 Chain Link Fence 11:00 August
from the national di-
ocrats weren't
con- The TWO actions the Freedom Democrats execu Atlantic City, N.J., Is virtually und would be available for 26. 1964 I' I

vention.At rectly connected. But both were ive committee, said attorney ssured. At least eight state lppropriation to such federal 64-113 Fittings Standard 2:00 August Galvanized 26, 1964T. Pipe and i

almost the same time that as part of the continuing N. WELLS ,
seen were considering action to courier : Democratic delegations have
theSpecial agencies as the Forest Service, Director of Purchasing I t
Chancery Judge Stokes Robert struggle on one hand by the injunction. ailed for support of the pre- the National Park Service and (3537) 5:6,13

Patterson, along with Gov emocrats.ominantly Negro Freedom the Bureau of Sports Fisheries I IU1ME I black

Paul B. Johnson and other state and Wildlife. rijcr I

officials, was named a defen Patterson's suit said it was I Grants to the states wouldbe red

iant in the federal court action led for "the preservation of or- on matching funds basis, 1 ;: I
blue : t
: :;
ler and the protection of the SURPLUS PROPERTYIn
Guyot declined to say if off mblic." I accordance with provisions of Section Rxv. Business white
273.07 Florida Statutes the following surplus .
:cers of the Freedom Democrats
is : Autec1
property offered for sale by Sun- u I
land Training Center at Gainesville
1-only 1943 Ford Truck Model 398T. Home
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, 6 cylinders. 1W ton chassis (no body) t
Notice is hereby given that on the 17th FLORIDA IN and home made cab. 'Z''
:day of August 1964 at the AAicanopy Pub HANCERY 1-only 1940 International pick-up truck. 1Jf
lic Library Town of AAicanopy. County J .R. CRANE JR., and wife model KB2 6 cylinders.For I Y
3f Alachua State of Florida. at 10 a.m.. LOIS B. CRANE additional ,
Information and bid form, j 215 N.E I
ax sale certificates will be sold on the Plaintiffsvs contact Business Manager Jewelry Shop-
.Sunland Training "
following described land to pay the Center at Gainesville P. O. Box- :: I lit Street ,
amount due for taxes herein set opposite ELLIS T. LONG. and wife, 508. Gainesville Fla. Bids to be rj.,
such the sale same and .together or advertising with all: costs of CHRISTINE Defendants L. LONG 2:00(3531)P.8:6.13 M. EST, 20 August 25, 1964. opened .-il '_'''FR 2.3576I I STREET FLOOR f

MICANOPY FLORIDA Chancery No. 12114-C I
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Purchase Smith ADD PB A-31 Foreclosure of Contract
Lot 3 Carrie Rogers 2.06 NOTICE TO DEFEND \
Lot 4 E. D. Ackerman 2.06 STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
r RsoSits iwY r N'A of Lot 33 V L. Ward 2.06 ELLIS T. LONG whose residenceand i
YEAR- Lot 50 M & Sally Danley 2.06 address is unknown and CHRISTINE SPECIAL
Lot 70 Grady Graham 2.06 L. LONG whose residenceand
Payne ADD PB A-31 address Is unknown.
N'A of Lot 44 C & Wilhelmlna You are each hereby notified that J. R.
Bradley 1.06 CRANE JR.. and wife LOIS B. CRANE
ROUND Stoughton ADD PB A-31 have filed their sworn Complaint In the
1 kr N 256 Ft of w 170 ft of A tract Circuit Court of Alachua County Florida -
; Lying S of Lot 83 4 E of the StreetG. against each of you seeking the foreclosure PURCHASE
Franklin 2.06 of that certain agreement and
Lot 23 7 N Vt of Lot 22 Lest R-w & contract for deed executed by said ,
Plaintiffs and each of December
SUITS. Lot 27 Less R-W & Ollie St. ADJ on you
1 1960 whereby said Plaintiffs
S PER 103-4 Thomas Oil Co. 68.39
agreed to sell and and
Childs ADD Smith PB you
Survey A-31
agreed to purchase the following described 3e/
S&0ftof N 420 ft of W 100 ft of
real property situated in Alieh- .
Lot 21 M & Susie Rochelle
ua County Florida:
2.06 Commence at the Northeast corner i
Lot AS PER OR 78-551 In Lot 21 of Lot Twenty-five (25) In Section OPEN
Came L. Davis .2.06 Fifteen (15). Township Ten (10) f
South. Range Twenty (20) East t
Livingston ADD PB A-31 and run South 120 feet to the pointof
aq f Lot 20 Less E 85 ftW. beginning: thence run South 90 TONIGHT YOUTHFORMNYLON
J. & Lois Johnson feet; thence run West 105 feet;
%.* thence run North 90 feet thence run I way:..
L26n20 East 105 feet to the point of begin
Lot AS PER DB 272-403 ning all lying and being In Lot TIL TRICOT
Alease Bradty 2.06 Twenty-five (25), In Section Fifteen k
26 11 20 (15) Township Ten (10) South
,.0-1. 1 Lot BND E BY BEUFORD S BY Range Twenty (20) East. 5f 1.
y JACKSONN You are each further notified that the 9:00: r
IDACRONWOOL > & W BY HERLONG DB 249-426 return day of this notice to defend Is
S & Louise Weston 2.06 August 24. 1964 and you shall, on or: SLIPSAT
BLEND Personal property before that date serve a copy of your I
pS 7y Thomas Oil Company 20.60 defenses, if any upon William B. Watson ff. '!
2 OR 3 BUTTON COATS. Clara Smith Jr, Attorney for Plaintiffs, whoseaddress
PLAIN OR PLEATED Town Clerk Is P. O. Box 506, Gainesville,I
... ((3508) 7:23 30; 8:6 13 Florida and immediately thereafter
TROUSERS. #' '. file the original of same In the Officeof STUPENDOUS SAVINGS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ala-
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA chua County Florida, otherwise a Decree 1 wa
I IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. Pro Confesso will be entered: <
IN CHANCERY. CASE No. 12120 against each of you.
"Style-Mart" ; NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Dated this 17th day of July A. O. 2.99
a Widow J. B. CARMICHAEL. Clerkof
Plaintiff the Circuit Court _
vs. Waterhouse
BY: -sEmily
HAZLE BRANCH, a Widow, Deputy Clerk
et al.. (COURT SEAL) Jr r a
SUITS Defendants. (3515) 7:23. 30; 8:6 13 _


Address Unknown Pursuant to Section (65.09 Florida Stat-
utes. notice is hereby given that the
EVA WILBERT BRIGHTMAN undersigned. Byron M. Reber Jr. doing .I yi"f
Address Unknown business under the firm names of Lord yd
SALE 39.90 Byron's Lord Byron's Dutch Treat Restaurant :
WILLIAM BRIGHTMAN Lord Byron's Discount Drugs. ,xs
Address Unknown Gainesville. Alachua County. Florida Intends l f
to register said fictitious name '-t :
ALTERATIONS FREE BERTHA A. M. CONOVER under the provisions of the aforesaid U
NORMAL Address Unknown Statute .
Dated at Gainesville Florida this Jth $g.i 4
RACHELE GRIMALDI day of August A. D., 1964. ...
Address Unknown =
(3536) 8:613.20, 27 I

Address Unknown I I w AfMWA
fLi VELMA SCOTT LEIS his filed her Bill
of Complaint aginst you in the Eighth \
Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for
$ Alachua County In Chancery being Chan-
i cery No. 12120 the nature and purpose of I ix

'which 114 Alachua described Mortgage, page suit County property 636 recorded Is, of to covering:the foreclose In Public Mortgage the Records Plaintiff's following Book Of ftM 1t Mt ::6( 2t

; s Eo The South half of the Southeast TIMESAVER" .
Quarter of Lot One of LAND- ;fig.
LEY'S ADDITION to the City of
Gainesville as per Plat A, page 306
C Section 4. Township 10 S, Range
20 E. Public Records of Alachua

YOU County ARE, Florida.HEREBY required to I APSCO 6.9914.99SELECT 0:
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead- :
a a ing to the Bill of Complaint on the Plain- STAPLE J r FRONT
I,tiff's 1314 Harvey attorney.Building.GEORGE West L. Palm PINK. !!!/ FROM OUR

Beach Florida and file the original REMOVER A PANELv
Answer or Pleading in the office of the WIDE VARIETY OF
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 18th day of August A. D. 1964.If NYLON
you fall to do so. lodgment by default STYLES (ONE SIMILARTO
will be taken against you for the 65 H..y
i 'plaint.relief demanded In the Bill of C o nv ILLUSTRATION) IN (c):, =$ TRICOT SLIPS

i DONE AND ORDERED at Gainesville
I Florida, this 21St day of July IN 4 STYLES
Circuit Court. Alachua. County ,
Deputy Clerk I INC.
(Court Seal) I
: FAMOUS MAKE Attorney for Plaintiff 108 W. University Aye. -2ND FLOOR FLOOR
1114 Harvey Building Maternity Shop Lingerie Shop-2ND
West Palm Beach, Florida I Phone FR I
First Publication: July 23, 19<<.
I(3514) 7:23, 30: 8:6, 13 i



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