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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 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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M. Dirksen of Illi By E. W. KENWORTHY
WASHINGTON Both sidesof
", quoted Indonesian -
.ill Sukarno as having Capitol Hill were embroiled
!I Iz Thursday in a confused and angry
States can go
struggle over measures to
its aid.
his amendment delay or nullify the recent Supreme -

,. -_ by Indonesia's tionment Court of state ruling legislatures.In on appor-.
of Commun-
,v, the House, the Rules Com-
Nam. The Senate
rI mittee cleared for floor action,
62-28 victory. by a vote of 10 to 4, a bill that

amendment would in effect nullify the .
For My by Sen. Thomas J. court's decision that districts

., and opposed for both houses of state legis-
I Story and the manag latures must be "substantially

i 20County's $3.3-billion aid bill, equal" in population.The .
Page Fulbright, D-Ark. bill which was sponsored
"tens of thousands by Rep. William M. Tuck,

resistance fighters" D-Va., and former governor of
in the cemetery in that state, denied the Supreme
Two New Schools (
supported him Court the right to review any
.
; Fulbright's con action by a federal or state

the United States court on redistricting. It also
maintain cemeteries withdrew the jurisdiction a f

Just Need Some Pupils NowWorkmen 2)V constituents In which Congress have federal district courts over apportionment -


or interests. Speaker John McCormack of
began moving in er holding a second public hearOriginally, the School Massachusetts declared himself =

desks and furniture today at fag- budget was based on an against the bill, but the

Gainesville's two newest elementary The new budget, recomputed pated tax roll of $106 Democratic leader, Carl Albert -
schools. to take advantage of a revised After the board had and the Republican leader-
Myra Terwilliger ElementarySchool county tax roll which added $66budget and sent it to ship support it. -

and Idylwild Elementary 500 to the original budget apsee, Tax Assessor J. P f "I am for any bill," Albert
School are due for completion proved in July, is for slightly Smith announced the final said, "that will save the primary -
Saturday. Both will open Sep more than $8.4 million. had exceeded expectations election in Oklahoma last

tember 1. The new budget restores the $3.5 million. ( ) May and that will give us a

Myra Terwilliger is located board's $100,000 reserves which This produced an chance to get through a constitutional -
west of Gainesville and east are used for contingencies dur$66,500 under the board's ( through the jeer- amendment or o t h er

of 175. Idylwild is south of fag the school year, Supt. E. D. la based on 20 mills ad legislation..

Gainesville near the Williston Manning said. em tax. pushed the In the Senate, a small group -
Cutoff. Both schools are identi from a parking lot of northern liberal Democrats .-=
cal,in design, having been built speeding down the were threatening a filibuster -

from the same set of plans at a Nikita Has Bad News the police bar- against an amendment to the -

combined cost of approximately police jumped aside foreign aid bill by Sen. Everett ,

$471,000. smashed several McKinley Dirksen, the minor-
Yesterday School Board Arch- For Virgin: Land Farms stopping some ity leader. This was designedto
itect Jack Moore told the boardat the wall. delay reapportionment until __
its monthly meeting that
wheat this raced for the states could ratify a consti'T
weather and strikes had com- NtlU lurk mtmts good crop year -
in the barriers but tutional amendment permitting
bined to slow down construc- ByTHEODORESHABADMOSCOW a series of poor harvests .
ranks their one house of a state legislature -
the build- forced the Soviet Union I swung
tion, but it appeared -Premier Khrush- based other factors _
year to spend precious held off the demon- to be on
ings will be ready on schedule.
said classrooms and chev has told the virgin lands exchange on purchase of than population.The .
Moore wheat farmers they should not Dirksen amendment provides
million tons of wheat
the cafeteria were ready for use was built three years
count on receiving any govern- that, "in the absence of
but a sheet metalworkers' strike It is evident from So i Communists to stop
ment fertilizer allotment for (See DISTRICT on Page Z)
had delayed materials for the another year or two. press comment that the g exodus of East
air conditioning and heating crop outlook this year
He suggested they develop local Khrushchev to visit the
systems. Bird
53 East Germans Lady
resources as a stopgap
Rain held up asphalt paving, lands area with which his trying to scale the ,
Moore said. measure and devise their own has been linked since he

In other action yesterday, the simple methods for producing ed the risky farm Begins Tour
School Board approved its phosphate fertilizer, which is in 1954. homage to the dead,
1964-65 aft- the type most urgently needed Berlin government
amended budget for Under the project, 100
in the 10 year old farm Berliners to ob- Of West
lands of northern Kazakhstan.The lion acres of previously silence thurs-

School Bus Soviet leader 'arrived tivated land were put transport stopped, WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs.
Wednesday in the Kustanaiarea plow despite the threat of generally were des-
Lyndon B. Johnson heads for
of the virgin lands on a reliable rainfall and soil Montana and Indian country to-

SchedulesJuggled wide ranging tour of Soviet sion. The experiment has Mayor Willy day on the first leg of her 4,200-

agricultural regions that has justified by Khrushchev other members of mile, four-day Western journey.For .
already taken him to the Volga ground that it constituted laid wreaths at
her look at the historic
valley, northern Caucasus and the time the cheapest refugees were .
West, the President's'wife traveled
the Urals. quickest way of raising by East German
The School Board yesterday The virgin lands ex.- (See NIKITA on Page ) ( ) 20th-century style in a
authorized its transportation supervisor big chartered plane.

to juggle school busesIn The party ,of 58, including reporters .
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four areas. and photographers, fly
to Billings, Mont., with a half-
Buses taken from two areas
AUGU ;. hour refueling stop at Minneapolis -
will be added to two other areas

to relieve overcrowding. 1864The Battle of GainesvilleTODAY Mrs.en Johnson's route. trip will give ;
recommendationof I
Adopting the : her a fast look at some of the
William A. Anderson, trans- West's old mining towns, scenic
portation supervisor, the board
tourist attractions and land-
authorized the following II J marks. She'll go into Utah and
changes: I Wyoming as well as Montana.

-Consolidate bus routes in By PHIL CONSTANS JR. Sherman north of Atlanta and General Forrest was playing his The first day was to be devoted
the Alachua Santa Fe-High (First of Three Parts) customary havoc with the Yankees in northern Mississippi and to looking over the 1.5 mil-

Springs area to the extent that The Setting In the.late summer of 1864 the military situation of the Con-, western Tennessee. The Union general, Kirpatrick, was on. a lion-acre Crow Indian Reserva-
one bus can be removed. federate States of America showed little promise of success. Those raid in the Atlanta area. tion, west of Billings, where

-Consolidate bus routes in the SUNDAY The Prelude who participated in the military events of the Civil War were probably Such was the military situation of the Confederate States of ceremonies, tribal dances and
Newberry area so one bus can unaware of it, but to historians it is obvious that the end America in the middle of August of 1864. Its days were numbered, ,songs were prepared in her honor
be removed. MONDAY-The Battle of the Confederacy was in sight but it would be slow to die. In the minds of the Confederates the by Crow and neighboring
The Federal blockade of Southern ports was in full force and for cause was far from lost. Northern Cheyenne Indians.
-Add one bus in the Archer
area to accommodate overloaded all intents and purposes, the C.S.A. was a' nation isolated. For In Gainesville, Florida' the war 'was far away. Not that Gaines- Montana is observing its centennial
conditions in buses carrying more than a year the Confederacy bas been cut in half. With the ville had not seen the soldiers of the Union. On February 4 of that this year.
high school and junior high stu- fall of Vicksburg on'July 4, 1863, the Union had control of the year there'had been a small skirmish on the streets of Gainesville Secretary of the Interior

dents to Newberry. Editor's Note: 'PET Con- Mississippi River ,separating the'Trans-MississippI Department, under between a Federal cavalry patrol and some members of the Stewart L. Udall, accompanyingMrs.
the command of General Edmund Kirby Smith of Florida Florida .Militia. Johnson, said as far as
Take action to stans Jr., now principal of
necessary relieve from the rest of the Confederacy. Gainesville was not free of the threat of war. Federal troops anyone in his department could
in Cocoa Beach High School
overloaded conditions ,
General W. T. Sherman had pushed the forces to Joseph E. occupied Saint Augustine, Jacksonville, and points on the Saint recall, this was the first time
buses from Waldo to attended public schools
traveling Johnston to the outskirts of Atlanta, where Johnston had been Johns River less than 50 miles to the east Fifty miles to the any First Lady had gone out to
Gainesville school in Gainesville and the University
carrying high relieved of command to be replaced by General John B. Hood.In west was the Gulf of Mexico whose shores were lined with salt take a look at an Indian Reser-
and school students. of Florida. He
junior high was mid-August of 1864 Sherman was beginning to press in on the works, the frequent target of Federal raiding parties. Fifty milesto vation and this kind of interestwas
This may require the additionof an assistant. coach at GHS defenses of Atlanta. On September 2, be would enter the city on the the north was the scene of the Baittle of Olustee which had "an exciting thing for the
additional service.WHERE while working on a master's heels of the departing Hood. From this city Hood would march to taken place on February 20, 1864. Indian people."
degree at the UDivenitJ"and Nashville and disaster. Sherman would march to Savannah and Nor was Gainesville unaware of the war. Many of her sons were 'They even sent to the White

then became principal of from there: to:final victory. in the trenches of Atlanta, some were in the trenches of Richmond House to get Mrs. Johnson's -
TO Live Oak, High SchooL He Mid-August, 1864, found the troops ;of U! S.,Grant in the trenches and Petersburg, and some were in the graveyards of the Con- shoe size (Ttt narrow) so they
returned to. Gainesville as around Richmond and Petersburg, Va. lacing the trenches occupiedby federacy. could make her moccasins to be

principal of Kirby-Smith El- the army of nothern Virginia, under Robert E. Lee. Gainesville knew of the war in many ways, but the war was presented as a gift along with
FIND IT ementary School and servedas These opposing forces had occupied these positions since June of in Georgia and Virginia, and this was far away. Such was the situation Indian jewelry.The .

president of the Florida that year and would continue to do so until April, 1865, when Grant in Gainesville, Florida a little agricultural community the daylong excursion into
Comics _ . 8 Education Association at that would force Lee, into retreat and final surrender ,at, AppomattoxCourt Florida Rail Road, on August IS, 8M. But this was to change. the Indian country was to end in .
Classified . .14-19 time. Two years ago after .House. Within 24 hours the citizens of Gainesville would know the sightof time for Mrs. Johnson's plane to

Entertainment 9 completing work on his, doctorate But this time was not yet South of Petersburg there were troops fighting in the street and the sound of cannon and musket get to Jackson, Wyo., by night.
Obituaries . . 2 at the University, he several days of fighting at Globe Tavern, a junction of the. Weldon They would view the battle dead and hear the sound of the wounded. .
Opinion Page .. 6 fall.She
became principal at Cocoa and Petersburg Rail Road. Other than this, it was life in the ,The war would no longer be far away; jt would be in the verystreets will be staying overnight
11
Sports . 12Women's .
Beach. He is the of it
Dr. '
.. son trenches for the armiesof, Grant and Lee. of Gainesville. throughout the four-day trip
,. '. '7 and MM..H. P."Constans:' 1M: : August 1861, was a time.of cavalry raids. For the Confederacy, Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand _

.,N.W. Nth Terrac*,ft ." _General Wheeler;waiTraiding;th.,rail communications ,of, Genera. (Sunday Prelude to the Battle Talon. National Park. *,
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;.=: Work to' Begin on Cape-. Weather Roundup East StillHaving A @bttuatttI I




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for GENESYS ES2 MAJ. JAMES NEWSOME sons, Ted BaumgardnerJr., of
Facility Perry Graham
CoolSpell Funeral services will be held Baumardnerof
Perry, Freeman Baumgardner -
at 3 p.m. today for Maj.) James

:. Official groundbreaking, ceremonies -College of Engineering facultyon Also slated to attend the cere- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS C. Newsome, 48, of, Altus AFB, of Valdosta, Ga., _and Donald
B, C, D Partly cloudy V T Autumnal weather continued Okla. who died Baumgardner of Tampa;
:: for the University of Gainesville campus grad monies are Governor Farris Saturday of an
... Florida's main GENESYS facility -uate,instruction hundreds of Bryant.of Florida, Chairman of through Saturday with widely ft across broad areas in the east- apparent heart attack. one of Atlanta brother; Hugh Darrell Lee

;*"' at Cape. Kennedy are engineers engaged in defense the Florida Board of Control Bay scattered thunders h ow ers. ern half of the nation today, Maj. Newsome whose perm Laura Rivers: seven sisters, Mrs.

-j scheduled for Sept. 10. and industrial programs in Flor- ra Harrison, and President of Low tonight 70 to 75. High F marking the longest and chilliest anent home was Gainesville for of Keystone

IT.: Similar ceremonies at the two ida will begin early in 1965. the University of Florida J. Saturday around 90. Variable lIu.,1\ t,, "- cool spell of the summer in the past 40 years, was a mem- Heights Mrs. Alice Allman of

:satellite centers Orlando and Principal speaker for the Wayne Reitz.More winds 5 to 12 miles an hour.A many sections.As ber of the Methodist Church i Port Salerno, Mrs. Barbara
Williams of Lulu Mrs.:
__ Graveside services with full Cleo
Daytona Beach, also
are Cape Kennedy groundbreakingwill Partly cloudy this .afternoon u1hI\ Brinson of FernandmaBeach
:,scheduled month. with temperatures again skidded military honors wilbe held at ,
: next be Air Force General B. A. tonight and Saturday widely scattered :
H. Graduate AboutDistrict ttwndtrsPl werL Lew tonight U to record low marks for Aug. with Mr$. .Ve.lma Ashurry qf 'Wise,
is
GENESYS the Schriever, commander of the to 74 Hign Saturday M to ,2. Variable J Evergreen Cemetery, a Va.
Mrs.
Jetta
:::Engineering Education System Air Force Systems Comm and E. winds F; G.I H.to'I,15 J miles- Fair an hour.through I-I _, 14 in many cities, there appeared -military chaplain officiating. ; Mrs. Katie Boya.pf Merle Tampaand
Burtonof
"of) the University of Florida's which is responsible for the research S.turd.y'except for widely scattered gj a chance of some warm Survivors include:--his wife, .

Z::College of Engineering.,Through I development, procurement In afternoon the 70s.ttwndershowers.High Saturday Low M tonight te a* air moving into the Midwest region Mrs. Sarah Lillian Newsome and and FederalWay 18 Washington,

-resident instruction in each of and production necessaryto to ,4.. Variable winds- 'S, to. 12 miles which has bad nearly a three children, Sally, Anne and grandchildren.

::the centers and direct closed place a, complete 'aerospace an K hour.- ,Fair through ,Saturday exceptfor -- ,fl.t.G'. week of chilly weather. However James, all of Altus AFB, Okla, Wilson Funeral Home of

=circuit ielevision links with the system in operational use.i From Page 1 $t belated High Saturday brief ahowert.near Low fO. tonight Mostly GAINESVILLE C WEATHER unseasonably low temper- Williams Thomas' Funeral- Lake.a. City is in charge.

southeasterly wind S to 12 miles an atures were expected to continue -Home is in charge
hour. Municipal Airport readings for C. S. CUSHMAN
I highly unusual circumstances "
in most areas from the east-
I
I Tobacco Market 'I federal courts will stay appor- TEMPERATURES. High ELSEWHERE Law Precp. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: High j ern Great Lakes into New Eng- ESTON PARRISH Funeral services will be heldat
85 low
ionment proceedings until Jacksonville M 71 .07 at 10 a.m., 72 at 12-7 land. 2
p. m. Sunday for C. S.
T Miami 0' 81 a.m. Rainfall .48 inches. i STARKE Funeral services
Jan. 1 1966. This would
,
permit Tampa W 7 Cushman, 89 who died
Atlanta 71 60 ALMANACNew The "dropped into the will be hel4 at 3 p.m.tornor- yesterday -
::::: HIGH SPRINGS Total receipts VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP) states to conduct their electionsthis Orleans U 73 Sunset today .;............. 7:11 p.m. I mercury row for Eston Weeks Parrish, at Alachua General Hospital
year and next in accordance Boston 75 52' Sunrise tomorrow........ 5.57 a.m. frosty lower 30s over the north-
: were expected to go over Georgia Florida flue 'cured with their :I New York 76 54 Moonset tonight ........... 11:" p.m. I Great Lakes region and >3, of Heilbronn Springs, who following a'brief illness.
old ,
laws ..... ern
on Mr.
6 First Quarter 10:20 Cushman
WashingtonChicago 76. 6 tonight p.m. lived here with
-.4he $2 million dollar mark at the tobacco average prices were apportionment.It I 70 41 VISIILE PLANETS record low readings for the date :died in Starke Wednesday following -
: flue cured tobacco Kansas City .73 59 .It Saturn In southeast at ... 10.51 p.m. 1 his son, W. C. Cushman, of
:: High Springs steady or slightly lower on a an extended illness.
also provides that ........ scattered eastward into
after a Denver IS. 55 and In southwest at 3:3 liT' were I 4201 SW 47th
-::' market today, ending the heavy volume toward the end of Ft. Worth '5 76 Jupiter, rises ........... it midnight.Los Mr. Parrish,was born in Lake Way. A former
:- second full week of sales for the the week. court has judged a state's apportionment Angeles S.4 10 U 67 Venus.Mars to rises the tattoO.......Venus.......... 3:51 a.m.SeaUla Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Butler and lived in Heilbronn resident of Welborn, Mr. Cush-
unconstitutional, It New York. man was born in Aiken
S. C.
season. The Federal State Market ,
Springs for many .years. He
shall the
=:* Total season receipts stood at News Service reported Thurs- able opportunity"grant state to correct a "reason-the 5 Day ForecastTemperatures Hibbing, Minn., registered an was a member of the Baptist and came to Florida in 1901.
$1,903,419 at the end of sales that about half the I He was a retired farmer anda
-- day grades situation. If a state does not early morning low of 32 degrees Church and a retired farmer.

-yesterday at the local market.T"An averaged lower on Wednesday, in accordance with reapportion are expected to Normal lows range from 71 in and it was 34 at Park His parents were the late John' Church.member of the_ Baptist

average of 58.03 cents had although most losses were in the Falls Wis. and 37 at Madison, ny and Mary Shirley Parrish.
the Constitution "within theme the extreme north to 78 in the ,
to two below Rev. Richard Allen Cush-
been received through yester- $1 hundred pounds average one degrees -
Rev.
Charles H. will
per range. Harvey
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the state
allowed the capital.
__ day for: season sales totaling 3- Larger losses were recorded in by stay, then I normal in north Florida and extreme south portions. Rainfall officiate at services at the man, a grandson of Mr. Cushman's -
the court will ,
redistrict the will total about inch in the
one will officiate
-280,026 pounds. grades of nondescript, variegated -state. about normal in south Florida Chicago got its coolest Aug. Heilbronn Baptist Church with at servicesat
= Yesterday's sale figures were leaf and lugs. : north portion and onequarterto 14[ on record when the temperature burial in Dyal Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home Chapel -

: 264,042 pounds sold for $152,875 More tobacco was offered in In opening debate on his through next Wednesday. Nor- one half inch elsewhere in ; fell to 42 on the city'sNorthwest Survivors include: his widow, in Lake City. Burial will be

an average of 57.90 cents a several markets than could be amendment there was ,"some Dirksen conceded mal high is about 90 degrees. afternoon showers. .1 Side before dawn. Mrs. Mamie Bustin Parrish of in Welborn Cemetery.S .

=pound. sold in the allotted time. hitching this rider incongruity"in to the aid Other record lows for the date Heilbronn Springs; one daughter v ivors .include: four

Z Wednesday's volume was the bill But, he said, it was necessary More VN included 45 at Pittsburgh, 45 at Mrs. Ethel Clemons of daughters, Mrs. Gladys Wallace

season's largest, 11,324,736 to "buy time" for a constitutional Troops Columbus, Ohio, 46 at Cleveland -Heilbronn Springs; four sons, of Tampa, and Mrs., Eva

=Coed Hurt pounds, averaging $62.50 per: amendment, and Immediate and 54 in New York City. Edward W. Parrish, Eston Par Wright, Miss Juanita Cushmanand
hundred a loss of 64 cents rish Jr., and Thorbus L. Par-

: from Tuesday's showing. because action"there was is required almost Sought in Congo Record low temperatures for rish, all of Jacksonville, and .Mrs. Frances Kennedy, all

In Wreck Total sales this season have volcanic feeling in the an Aug. 13 were reported Thursdayin Frank J. Parrish of Miami; of Jacksonville; two sons, J. G.
reached ,at ,an country"over more than 30 cities. The low-
99,065,675 pounds the thre sisters, Mrs. Marco Par-I Cushman of Jacksonville and

: A University of Florida coed average of $58.75 per hundred.The the court's disruptions decision. caused by NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) ish Cypriot strongholds and Turkey est reading was 32 in Brookings, rish, Mrs. Alma Douglas and W. C. Cushman of Gainesville;

-=. was hospitalized yesterday aft- Stabilization Corp. has received U.N. Secretary-General U Thant struck from the air in re Mrs. R. V. Conner, all of Lake two brothers Everette Gush-
The fact that the Dirk
Her her convertible spun out of 2.2 per cent of the total. a e n has asked for more soldiers to' taliation. The Cyprus government S.D.UF Butler; 18 grandchildren and II
amendment had been of
framed man Welborn, and L. M.
-control and crashed into a util- with the bolster the peace force in Cyprus said it suffered 500 casu- Hospital three great grandchildren.DeWitt .

Jty pole on the Rocky Point BurglaryIs cooperation even as his commander on the alties in the fighting, the hea- C. Jones Funeral Cushman of Jacksonville, 16
though reluctant of the Justice '
-T-Rd. near S. R. S-23. ,did Island warned that the halt in viest since the fighting began Due Home of Starkt. is in charge. grandchildren and eight great
Department. not mollify Workers
-nr= Trooper R. G. Westberry of Its opponents. 1 hostilities "is only a breather." eight months ago. grandchildren.Wilson .
I=the Florida Patrol said ChargedA INA BAUMGARDNER
Highway Thant's request came amid Funeral Home of
The Council inter-
Security
Sen. Joseph S. Clark, D-Pa., U. S. HonorsTwo
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:: Julie Ann Klink, 21, was wearing Gainesville signs that relations between vened and recommended halt Lake is in
21.year-old man, called the Dirksen proposal "a a Funeral services will be held City charge.
seat belt at the time of I
I -. a Robert George Gorman, was rotten borough amendment' Greece and Turkey were wor- to all military flights. A shaky of Floridamen at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow for Mrs.
the wreck, and it "possibly University
:::. saved -
.-;-. her life." charged yesterday with the bur- the purpose of which was to sening. cease-fire has been in effect will be honored by national -Ian Belle Baumgardner, 61, Flee Germany

== glary of a local grocery. perpetuate the undemocratic The secretary-general met athis since Tuesday.Lt. .hospital organizations this Gainesville, who died yester-
Miss Klink whose home
towns Gainesville h control of state New York headquarters day following brief illness.
police c a rged legislatures by month in Chicago. a GOETTINGEN
Clearwater alone Gen. K. S. Thimayya, In- GermanyAP
.= was at the Gorman, of 812 NW 18th Ave., rural minorities.The Thursday with delegates of the Mrs. Baumgardner, who
.-time ,of the accident. She suffered dian commander of the peace ( )- Two non-commissioned
with the May 17 burglary of day's drama, occasionally nine nations that contributed to Charles Loar, University of lived on Newnan's Lake Rd.,
= lacerations of the head force said after an inspection of
Ward's Super Market, 2131 NW uproarious, took place in the the 6,200-member Cyprus force. Florida Hospital assistant director -was a former resident of Lulu. officers of the Communist East
and concussion but the Kokkina that the lull
jjT a was re- 6th St. cramped quarters of the Rules How many soldiers Thant area has been. named to membership -She was born Nov. 15, 1903 in German army, crossed to the
_- ported "doing fine" today by Committee. was requested was not known. ,"is only a breather. Thim- in I the American College -Lulu. She was a member, the
Gorman called early It in
police the
:. the University of Florida Medi- a way a ayya's visit was in line with of Administrators. West during! ; night, police
New contingents presumablywould Hospital Advent Christian Church.Rev. .
cal Center. Thursday morning and told tribute to the famed craftinessof I U.N. efforts to strengthen its II here reported today. The men,
"Judge" Howard W. ,Smith be deployed between Gerald and Rev.
Dudley
:.. An estimated $1,000 damage them be had committed the the 81 year old committee Greek and Turkish Cypriots facing -buffer force between the war University of Florida Hospital Travis Carter will officiate at aged 20 and 21, were in uniformbut

=was done to her auto. No breakin, according to Gaines ring factions.On director. R. Jordan has'been carried
chairman and another Virgin- each other in villages on the services at the Lulu Advent no weapons.
invited to speak at a general
_charges were filed. ville Det. Capt. R. T. Angel. critical northwest coast. The the diplomatic: front, the Christian Church in' Lulii. Bur-

--- ,- .:, ':- ian.Tuck had offered 'his bill on Greek" 'Cypriot ;government- is government of Greece rejected session Association's of the American annual Hospital con- ial'will be in the Lulu Church,II See-'Gaddum
seeking a force limited to 7,000 a'Turkish appeal for direct
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= July 2 and Emanuel Cell e r, vention 'there. cemetery.
D-N.Y., who is chairman of the men. talks. Premier George Papan- Survivors include: her husband I Interiors PresentationThis

f THE Judiciary Committee, had held The new crisis on Cyprus was dreous said the problem shouldbe Loar will receive his official The
Ted Baumgardner, of Week In
certificate of membership at a
hearings on it a few days later, touched off a week ago in the taken to the U.N. General .
Mrs.
after if efforts under convocation ceremony August Gainesville; one daughter;
along with many other similar Mansoura-Kokkina area Assembly peace .PARADE of HOMES
bills and proposals for constitutional -Greek Cypriots attacked Turk- way at Geneva fail. 23 in McCormick Place. Betty Sasser of Pensacola;- four .
Our furnishings for Young
NEW amendments on appor- The American College of Hos- America* are selected for excellent -

tionment. But Celler had no Intention )ital.Administrators, now in its Gainesville Sun design, quality and

Iri of letting the bill be reported 5 Life Raft 30th year honors men and suitability.

-' this session. on women who are doing outstanding -1 Published evenings!; exce'ptSaturday Examine the childproof finishes.
and
Sunday mornings
Just before adjournment work in their professionalcareers by the Gainesville Pub- Sit in "Mr. Chair." See

r Wednesday Tuck slipped into in hospital administration. lishing Company at 101 SE well, by engineered lighting.ALL .

the legislative hopper a reso- Saw Death NearBRUNSWICK and 2nd Place entered, Gainesville as second, Florida.class THIS and

ution requiring the House to matter at the Post Office at

take up his bill denying t h ecourt's More About Gainesville, Florida. DISCOUNT PRICES,
Ga. (AP) a Coast Guard helicopter and I ...-

I LL. jurisdiction issues. over apportionment The five men never really gave rescued some 17 miles off the, CIRCULATION CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY ..too.BUDGETOAVINGS.

up hope. South Georgia Coast Thursday.. NikitaFrom 1 Week .45
: This Is a rarely used deviceto The all five 3 Moi. I
--< ARKINI But they were used to the hospital reported $5.85All .
force a bill out of a standing I -- -
in excellent condition for
ways of the sea and the'strange save mail subscriptions must OF 20&7TO 30%
committee. But the resolutionstill 1
things that happened, even the dehydration and sunburn. Page be paid in advance. ,-.-
has to be cleared by the unexpected wave that proved Capt. W. C. White, 39, of Pat- Member of Audit Bureau of .. -.
Rules Committee. Celler learn- tion of grain, key need of the Circulation.
too much for the sturdy 65-foot' terson, La., the skipper of the gaddanjLfltetLOtSYour
COMING ed of the resolution and his I. Michaelof vessel, said he and Raymond Soviet economy. All m.terUI contained herein Is
I steel oil-exploration tug the of the
I property Gainesville
aides went to work to prepare Morgan City, La. Brush, 22, of Houston, TeL, Within the past year the Soviet Publishing Company, (c) 1964. design .center in G'ville

; a procedural and, constitutionalase I That's why John Meyer, 25, of were having coffee in the galley Union has embarked upona Reproduction Is strictly forbidden In whole without or In part the ...'''VENUCj TjitrT, HW.I .
against the Tuck bill. when a huge swell akin to a tidal new farm policy of speciali- written permission of the publisher. .
New Orleans, acted as he did zation and intensification I ____
wave slammed against the requiring -
SOON! during the 46 anxious hours on
Ji side. a major increase in fertilizer -

r A survey by the National the life raft, drifting up and "All of a sudden we were over production and irrigationof EXPERIENCED TVs
feel-
down the Atlantic rollers,
Tome Sewing Institute reveal- and the water was coming in," new lands. However the virgin -
i
Mf'
.. 1 1 that 75 per cent of the worn- ing the hot sun burning and the the captain said. "Brush tried to land are still expected to from

a MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION L i who sew belong to families throat drying."If get out the wrong way and I play a role until yields can be $9.95RCA

1 !.h incomes higher than the they find that life raft, went after him." raised substantially in farm MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX

I tional average. ,they'll find my last will and tes White said, "We reached the areas of European Russia that DUMONT SENTINELTRAVELER
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-- lament scratched on the side,"wheelnouse- -- and the only are more favorably endowed ZENITH Etc.
way
-
I said Meyer, sipping fluid- and with climate and soils. ALSO UnD HI-FI'S STEREO'S & RADIO'S
out was a porthole. I'm glad the -
his bed at Brunswick
in
relaxing Navy trained me how to go
night. Business failures in of 608 N.
Hospital Thursday "' May
; through a porthole.
: PRE-SCHOOL SPECIAL ON' He said he scratched the will The sea veteran and Brush this year were 10 per cent be. COUCH'SVacation

.. and a log of what happened to low the total for the sarnaj Main StL .
both slipped out and into the,
...
them with his knife just in case month of 1963.
water. ,
,
died and the raft was ---- -- -- -' -' -
: LOAFERS :(LADIES AND TEENS) .found.they Meyer, who worked for the
Offshore Raydist Co., a firm
,.-- ; But the men were spotted by ,
specializing in precise naviga-L Clean

FAA tion for oil surveys at sea, untied -
I.JII .
2 Reg 7.99 .1 7U ,I More About the 15-man life raft.

I Another Raydist technician,

--:- i Seven Raymond Clement, 27, of Thibo- ;f You Out!

2 pairs 11.00 -x daux, La., hesitated because he ':. "iJ.

: ..,-. couldn't swim."I '.
; .. .. I.i From Page 1 told him to jump Meyer

: : ,. yz said, and Clement made the Why Not Begin To

% These cars were abandoned raft without hitting the water. _____._
=,- .. ; : -- later. Officers said they believed What followed, Clement said. :c SaveNow..BeReady
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-_ t'.' -- ".. ... .. -. five of the men then were "the longest two days I -_ '
... t *- .. For Next Year!
took a pickup truck and two have ever spent" ,

:: :. ; were on foot. They seemed mighty long, -::.

;_ t-7-- -,.', The seven escapees were id- too, to J. R. Lombas Jr., 29, of ;

:- yBROWW entified by officers as Bobby Morgan City, La.,. another tug J.1 ; :

""'J -' -' Ray Hand, 22; Larry Mascarel crewman, who didn't have a 4/2

-=.... BLACK %13; Joseph Bacchino, 28; James shirt.He suffered more than the ero'DIVIDEND'

:=:. SIZES 4 TO 10 Clyde Harvey, 20; RichardSt. others..

...- Clair Wellington, 32; Donald The men didn't have any food: -

....,:;, J.. L. Thiede,' 26, and Scott or,water and had to paddle with j !' -
;::;::; "' I.Janis, SO. their- hands,and arms. j "-
In Cash Compounded
-' Buy now and lOve on school sKoes. The favorite on any eompu* gro"d* or

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-.JAntipovertyJob- -.. I I Housing, Slum Program OK'd by House i lipnaipiffi'.ifflHsr.iiiiirtiflM inuLfajti.TiiimiHiiiiriiiHii i
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GoingTo 8>m'fork mtmtJl renewal program, provision for prove federal housingagency I for the elderly and new housingaid courses of instruction to provide
35,000 new units, a low rent sales and rental housing pro for the handicapped. the skills needed for local INITARKE
Shriver By C. P.TRUSSELL public urban housing, and $150 grams and the operations of the Tighten up the urban renewal -administration of urban pro-
WASHINGTON The House million more for direct .1 o InS urban renewal program. program requirementsto grams.

foro fork mtttttj approved Thursday a $1 billion under the rural housing pro Permit lower down payments encourage more rehabilitation Authorize an additional
and' slum relief $25 million for grants to the _
By MARJORIE HUNTER housing gram.It I
and higher mortgage and code enforcement. I liii'WI I
administration so called open space programfor ji J.ctIO q I
WASHINGTON P President program a key is a one year program to amounts on FJLA. sales hous- -Provide additional reloca-, parks and playgrounds.The p? f fT H
Johnson told a group of educators item of the preadjournmentdrive. extend and supplement the ing, and provide additional tion benefits to displaced businesses MIMI Mza[lTf G-O.
Thursday that he will t .,The vote was 308 to 68. present housing system some protection' against foreclosuresfor nonprofit organizations. bill also would authorizean
name Sargent Shriver to head It would launch a $50 millionnew aspects of which could expire' F.H.A.homeowners.- individuals and families. : additional $20 million for 11*T5 nDRIVEIN
the works ad- I
the nation's anti poverty program this year. public planning
approved by Congress on approach project to rehabilitate Authorize $75 million of Authorize a limited grant vance program, and broadenthe
Tuesday after months of partisan slum bound properties The legislation is similar to new funds for low Interest direct program to encourage,on the.: investment ,authority 0 f I SHOPPING
,ebate. rather than let them ride to that passed by the Senate on loans for rental housing,job training and short -term, savings and loan associations. OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY! II,
July 31. This gave supporters of
Shriver'' headed a task force condemnation and replacement.Direct both measures hope NEW LOW PRICES
that drafted the 'measure and< federal loans at a below ment of a final, thatenact-I
steered it through Congress and< -market interest rate.of S per sion could be effected before NORTH FLORIDA F.M. PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR I
it had been assumed he wouldbe cent running 15 years would be the 88th Congress shuts down. GAINESVILLE STORES !
the President's choice to direct 1234 NW 16th A... 1023 SI 4th Avt. !
made to tenants or landlordsto
the Other provision of the meas- 3725 W. Univ. A... 1809 C. Unlr. Av..
program. down housing in good
put run
ure include the following: 2809 NW 6th St. SOS NW KHBlvd..
condition. This would be accompanied -
However reports began cIrcuiating I 4105 NW nth St.
this week that the by a new programof '- Additional authorizations!I HEADQUARTERSZENITH ALACHUA: Corntr ht St.&441
President might look else stricter building code enfor- and funds to assure continuance I HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Avt. NW&Main
cement. of the existing federally assisted WILLISTON 710 E. Nobl. AVI.
where. It was learned that
housing for another i
Shriver had submitted names ad- programs
i There also would be an
of four businessmen to the I ditional $600 million authorization year. i FM ALL BRANDS King Size -
President as possible appointees for grants under the urban Changes intended to 1m- I Filters Regulars
to head the program.

Thursday at a private lunch- I s i S RADIOS CIGARETTESCarton i
eon attended by 75 collegi and
university officials at the E Nlra
White House the President disclosed IIIIEYt ; 3995AM
that he will name Shr
ver to the job. ; I CLOCK RADIO
With Snooz-Alirm* Tuna 269
Shriver is known to be disturbed Just tell us how much Casll 24 Cash 24 I D.lo*.MuHi-Pttrpot AC ftttfo $3995
over various eve n t s you need to pay old rev Monthly' You Monthly Model L624.TM Twilitfit-SnooM Alarm lets r
that took place in the fin a I bills, for home, improvements Receive Payments Reuive Payments snooze for 7 minutes then wakes you again Precision;
car re$185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 Vernier tuniitf Soper-smitm AM reception. "Filter I
days of congressional deb ate ,
pairs for all
your 269.00 4lagnetAntenna reduces tan-nude static. "Nit*
16.00 537.00
31.00
over the $947.5 million antipoverty seasonal expenses. Oo" dock tight Operates smallPP nces.: 3 colorCOUCH'S PERFORMANCE
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Phone for prompt, 20 DO 600 00 34.39 domes
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exerted by North Carolina UP TO $600
By Couch's Own
congressmen to keep Adam
Yarmolinsky Shriver's chief FM Service I
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Violence



Drops Off -,... -
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In Paterson .- -,'. --
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:PATERSON N.J. (AP-Gas- --
dine bombs bottles and bricks --. -
_. -.
crashed In the streets of Pater- w _
son's Negro district for the third -
successive night but city officials C<
: called the vandalism and -
disorder less serious. -
.._
In Elizabeth police swinging -e.
-nt! tstlcks swept a street clearof w -_
hundreds of Negro and white '
youths at midnight after a pot <
.
1'\ *.vtt was struck with a bott .
f nitre too on the"third night-I C .
or violence authorities said tens)00 -j -
Speared to be subsiding.The I -
pattern- three nights of I .. -- -_-.
violence in a row matched .. -
that of recent racial rioting in ... -- --
Harlem Brooklyn and Rochester --

,N.Y.,and Jersey City. ,
Paterson police reported that
between 50 and 60 incidents
occurred Thursday night in and

near the city's predominantlyNegro .._... -
Fourth Ward. They arrested -
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23 Negroes, one white ".- '
man and a dozen juveniles. The
unidentified white man allegedly -
was arrested with a bottle in
his hand.
Three policemen and a teenager
suffered minor injuries. A REFRIGERATOR
okGe: car was "extensively
damaged" by rocks and bricks,
Mayor Frank X. Graves said.
Graves who promised to
meet street violence with total
force, said late Thursday night:
"I'm very encouraged at this
point. I think they know we
mean business -a year in jail
for -around with a cop."

clash ing In fooling in climaxed Elizabeth the streets,a the night of the midnight of city's mill-I I AUGUST MARKS THE CLOSE OF OUR FISCAL YEAR. WE'VE GOT TO CUT OUR

multiracial Elizabethport district'by '

40 Shortly Negro Negroes youths before began and midnight whites.a march some) REFRIGERATOR INVENTORY BY $$100,000-SO WE'RE STAYING OPEN DAY

side of First Street, but
one
on

white yelled they broke man"Hey in into get a telephone a that run boy when in booth the a,I AND NIGHT 'TIL WE REACH OUR GOAL!


gray jacket"A ..
bottle struck a police car;
others smashed in the street. I
The milling crowd between
zoo and 300 persons began running -
and shouting along several'
blocks. '! LOWEST PRICE EVEROFFERED..ANYWHERE
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roared
Twenty squad cars ..
onto First Street from all direc|
tons, and helmeted policemen,:
with clubs took command im-:

mediately.Six Negroes were arrested ink I|
Elizabeth five of them in a car| I
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allegedly containing rubber| !
hoses, gasoline bombs and bot i
i
tles.There
were no injurfei report-(;

ed.Asked to compare the moods':
of the Wednesday and Thursday I '
I
night crowds, Elizabeth Police
"Capt. Walter Truzack said, "It I BRANDNEwAdmfrOI
:was much better tonight, the'I I I NO FROST
crowd was almost jovial." |
Officials in both Elizabeth and!I
Paterson, about 20 miles apart,I j
have blamed "hoodlums" for*
the disturbances. i cu.FT. .

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.Brotherhood Randolph- YORK, president of(AP-A.Sleeping) of Philip Car the I :Tw..e.. :: stIC; flC'yes DELUXE COMBINATION'. .

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Porters says his union will en- CS ,, ccxc!
dorse President Johnson in the
November election. It will be I
the first time the union has ever:, ..: -
formally backed a presidential'
candidate said the 75-year-old: A a
:Randolph, who also is a vice I

president Randolph of said the in AFL-CIO.a local television -I E T R 'F

believe interview the Republican that he did candidate not-I I NO FROSt REFR LI I 2 I

Sen. Barry Goldwater,!
would enforce the new civil,
rights law with the necessary' .

"enthusiasm.Goldwater has" pledged "faith-i! \\j

ful execution" of the law. !I .


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: SEOUL, Korea (AP) -
Winthrop G. Brown new U.S.' I
:
ambassador to South Korea,'
presented his credentials today I ." (With' Trade) :
to President Chung Hee Park at i
the presidential mansion. I .

D.Brown Berger who now succeeds deputy superintendent Samuel-i i !
WHILE -
of the National War College }I THEY LAST !
told Park he was' privil '- :'. '_.J
eged to serve "at a time when,
: the prospects are good for con-;
..: tinued growth of the Korean:
: economy and enhancement of
: the standard of living of the; SERVICE NO MONEY

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: NEW YORK (AP-Alan ;Ya
: Lerner, the Broadway lyricist, ,DELIVERY DOWN WITH YOURTRADEIN OWN TERMS
_: and his fourth wife, Michelme, '
are back together again says
'-- the New York Dally News.
_-Mrs. Lejner a French lawyer
_. who gave up her practice to .
:: marry Lerner in 1957 filed suit i I "
I
:: in New York last May for sepa-i HUNDREDS OF OTHER EQUALLY

.:., ration She reportedly locked i
.Lerner out of their$51>0.000 town i j
:- _:.house on Manhattan's East Side.:
.....;-.. .=The News said the Lerners
..rare living together in a cottage I SENSATIONAL VALUES ON SALE'' TODAY!
"-at a hc'd b Beverly Hills,
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WASHINGTON (AP) President .- I
V V I Johnson has asked 77 college -

:} L S and university presidents ,,_
|to beat the 'bushes for prospective
x Y J.r I government employes. .:.::

i Lunching with them at the 0.j
5'KKiii<':'>-xw-i::: wffi'-j: :' <':':'X'X'X'X'-s White House Thursday, the
w.r j President told the educators .,.
jqjuuv they might be proud if they
:could contribute an Abraham I II
Lincoln, an Oliver Wendell ._
I
I
,Holmes, an Arthur Vandenberg .
I II or a Sam Rayburn or two. ,:

.:.L.N..L..M'. '.J : .Y. ... .:. The university and college M I
i presidents were asked to writ .:
the President or to telephone ..
L: .L ,% I done of his assistants about any
\/ I
: I"really excellent, outstanding ...
1 students who you think might be
'L drawn into tours of public serve ,.:
E II ice." ..
WINTHE 1 WASHINGTON (AP) The I
!House voted Thursday to spend I

A A -. V $965 million next year for bous -
> REFRIGERATOR ing, mostly to clear slums. The -: III.
OF, YOUR CHOICE i vote was 308 to 65. ...
IF YOU CATCH .ONE, 'L} I President Johnson had asked
OF OUR SALESMEN .$1.4 billion for two years of urban .:
i renewal and $1.9 billion for
ASLEEP! ., housing over-all. What the ,::

I House did was give him about _.:.
half of what he wanted.
,r. ':1. .Y J J. 4
t The Senate has passed a simi ..
'lar, although more extensive,
bill. The two versions must be L

meshed before the legislation is ._
:sent to the White House.
WASHINGTON (AP) The .._
National Aeronautics and Space .
Administration says it is ready ;:

RE4 I for a first-using a satellite already ....
in orbit to help direct
another satellite into the proper ._
'
PRICES WERE NEVER LOWER! : orbit.

The feat will be attempted
> I
COKES TOEVERYONE
I next Tuesday when Syncem II, .,.

T GIGANTIC SAVINGS ON ALL FAMOUS NO PURCHASE I II a miles near communications stationary above the orbit mid satellite-Pacific 22,300 in, ",

NECESSARY! : } I C lister
will assist Syncom a
S satellite, after its launching .,_
NAME BRAND 'REFRIGERATORS! from Cape Canaveral, Fla.
The orbit chosen for Syncom .::.

,- fJJ:: 'rJ C is the same as Syncom 11'. ? .
to hover above the international
sktitiL ti rls :tivv'k'titiYSLY.titititiv. J {{{'}yXti
dateline at the equator.

( ; Where Syncom n will come in ...
,. .., :is to relay radio communications
f ) i I from the Pacific, thus by- _.
,passing weather conditions and
ionospheric disturbances fre -..
HOTPOINT NORGE HOTPOINT 7HILCOFAMILY I
quent between surface points. -
;.These communications will be :..-

T ;used to help get Syncom C in ,....

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lur j jo) uf (AP) Today is the .

IIU 570th day of the Florida East .
1 Coast railway strike, making it "
the longest in U.S. railroad his. -
1JII la : liii 1 ., tory. -
The unions JaY they will get

I their jobs back yet. Management ..
says the strike is finished.
\ -EE "' S J :... I The question will probably be ...

-, .. -. I L I I settled one way pr the other
.
sometime between now and
10 i next spring when the last of the
CUBI
FOOT Railroad Retirement Board's
\Y unemployment checks are
FAMILY SIZE REFRIGERATORWITH ,cashed. :
"I'll hold out as long as I can :
TOP FREEZER LOCKER I
... 12 cubicfoot eat," says L. B. Rogers, one of ,.
Spacious Deep door.shelves 975 or so off traln workers who
Toll l bottle storage zone cubic v I have been walking the picket .
Flush fit, "Bullt-ln" look 14 1 1- N4ii- line and getting by on strike
Magnetic! door gasket 2 DOOR AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING foot !benefits of $260 or less a month.
Built in egg storage I What will he do if the national .
: REFRIGERATOR WITH SEPARATE .
5 year guarantee on unit !unions decide against picking up
(Model! SSD 310)) = ZERO DEGREE FREEZER i
.; NO FROST 2 DOOR the bill for, maintaining the
:'::'.=--. Twin porcelain vegetable crispersConvenient DELUXE COMBINATION 16 cubicfoot 1 walkout.""That's the 64 dollar
::'". : 'egg'shelves .J in'doorCheese question, he says.
ROLL OUT REFRIGERATOR
and butter conditionerExtra FREEZER While the strikers, whose average
deep door shelves age Is In the SOs, were -
Rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning
. Tall bottle Itorage. SwEng-out porcelain vegetable Crisper :scraping by, the FEC has resumed
5 year guarantee on sealed unit No-rust aluminum shelves NO FROST I freight service with less
(Model 732-360)) No defrosting ever in either the freezer FULLY DELUXE, COMBINATION I than half its prestrike work .
..
or refrigerator sections No Frost Refrigerator No Frost Freezer force. It claims to be moving
5 year guaranteed Thriftmaster unit !more carloads than any time in ..
(Model CTF 914)) I. Bottom freezer puts most-used itemsat i its history, and its last quarterly -
convenient level report showed the highest net <..
..
; Twin porcelain vegetable crispers operating Income in the past
: Abundant fresh and frozen food storage five years.
!, a -' GIBSON Brilliant new built-in design "TechnIcallythe strike is ...
I 5 year guarantee on sealed unit still on," says W. Thornton,
\ (Model,16 RM46))
iT I president of the FEC, "But for
S .t 'all practical purposes, as far as
I
we're concerned, it's over and .n
: ft S :4N //4/ the FEC has won the strike." '.
t : "We have the most modern
19 cubic .;" Special! 7DEUMNUM :railroad in-the south," Thornton :
!says. His 400 new employes ..
foot ':' I hired since the strike began av.
,,_ > I about 25 of
: i erage years age
i FROST CLEARFOODMASTER < Re.lor AV i and, Thornton says "are doing .,
rs : better job at less cost. These
V.I. 29 < .a "
REFRIGERATOR | young fellows don't know how ..
With Upright Side B .Side Freezer >'( :not to work."
j 0* The strike began Jan. 23, 1963
"' No frost forms in either the refrigerator or freezer 4..- when 1,300 off-train employes
l Balanced conditioned air in the freezer .., :; walked off the job. On train -
_l4 and refrigerator. maintains unifoim .. workers honored the picket line. _
temperaturesSlide The only strike that lasted as
out shelves 24 qt. porcelain vegetable \long was a walkout against the
crisper I Toledo Peoria and Western. It
2: butter and cheers chests door'shelves ''"
Deep
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Iran 569 days from Oct. 1, UUI
5 year guarantee on unit, (Model 11220)GUARANTEED -
I to Aprlf,1947. ,
HIGHEST TRADE ALLOWANCES IN TOWN I The FEC workers demanded --
a 10.28 cent raise and other benefits
II! that other Class railroads :-
agreed to.
Ed Ball who runs the FEC '
through the Florida Dupont Estate ..
COR. N. MAIN & 12th AVE. said he couldn't afford It.

tM He started running freight
trains less than two weeks later -
and has steadily increased his
: : PHONE FR 61296'w traffic. Effort at federal mediation
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JOHN H. HARRISON, President Mtruuislwri SOUTH r4
-, PAT COWLES, Yin ,..... j jI
'.'. dent Ed JOHNSON Vic* PrtsMMt Molehills
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_- University City' l EBERSOLE VM President and AdvertUiflfl I By RALPH M GILL J .. j
-, Director 101 TARTA6UONE II "' ....... j
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Niftier Pm Winning PihLtkcr By DAVID LAWRENCE t
-:- Vic President and Circulatlo Mugger. Of 01 Atlu...' (GSJ CeajtititiMWhere 1
-. s WASHINGTON Politicians in both parties, unfortunately,
THE SUN'S POLICY :{ 7S make mountains out of molehills and exaggerate; the;: importance -
of certain occurrence's which, if there were no politicalampaign'
__ 1. Report the news fully and Impartially (In the news columns. Is ; +
going would
on, hardly attract'any attention.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-< When the Democrats charged Senator Goldwater with
controversial, Issues. being
of
,3. Publish all sides important "
"trigger-happy, they didn't have any real basis for that
: Th. Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 # characterization. And the Republicans have just struck back

Want Ads-376-4672 r :0'I Their ,S with an accusation against President Johnson which Is equally -
) 7 { baseless. '
The Democrats derived their twisted. meaning out of a
.; .r comment made by Senator Goldwater to the effect that the
I I- Presidential Succession t ? Commander of NATO forces should be given more discretion

Help In handling tactical weapons in case of attack. From thij

The presidential succession amendment of the House, now third in line of proposal, which, military men have long been discussing,
came the charge that the Arizona Senator was
"trigger-hap
approved by the Senate Judiciary succession, might possibly be a A minister preaching that f I py."

o Committee offers practical rem- member of the opposing political par- America the Christian has largely church forfeitedany in NOW THE SHOE is presumably on the other foot. Republicans -

to that of the President.It have made speeches in the House of Representatives i
edies for the weaknesses of the pres- ty claim to leadership in the accusing
President Johnson of carelessly notifying the of
racial crises now afflicting enemy I
s ent system. an impending attack, and this It Is claimed
,
amounts to
would relieve the speaker of the the nation, used a text from "
"trigger-happy Irresponsibility.
Paul's letter to the Galatians I
: One of the weaknesses is the lack necessity of doing double duty as an 4:8-9: ; 16. There is an understandable explanation, however, of what I

: of an orderly system for transfer of understudy to the President and as "But n ow, after ye have ,'M+Cut iN Mr. Johnson did, just as there is an understandable explanation I

:.., responsibility if a president becomes presiding officer of the House. He known God, or. rather are of what Senator Goldwater said in discussing his theory !
.. unable to does not succeed to the vice-presi- known of God, how turn ye of military defense abroad. But today the debate has taken
mentally physically car-
: or on the aspect of a major political issue, with the
dency under the present law. again to the weak and beg- erroneous
: ry on his duties. Another is no provision implications that either candidate is likely to perform his I
garly elements, whereunto ye "Hey, Pierre-could you direct me to the Senate?
: for filling the office of.vice.. desire again to be in bondage? duties in an irresponsible way. .. _
: president if the elected vice-president In event a President should become >' "Am I therefore become The tirade against the

: eucceeds to the presidency. incompetent the committee your enemy, because I tell you NEW: STYLE IN CRISIS President started after he
proposes that the vcie-president together the truth? ." f made his address last Tues-
THE MINISTER went'on to 0 day night to the nation disclosing
with the members of the cabi-
: The latter void not considered
was that the stereotype "Un- the "positive reply"
say
: of to World net or some other body designatedby being made to attacks
great consequence prior cle Tom" remains more popu-- the HiveBy by
: War II. The atomic bomb, this coun Congress make such a determi lar than Martin Luther King Hitting North Vietnamese vess e 1 s

: try's deep involvement in world prob- nation. that the stereotypes of against American ships. As
Inferiority are more com he spoke, he revealed that the
: lems and the increasingly heavy fortable than the truth of reality "reply is being given" and
= duties of the President have made it The vice-president would then take "Am I therefore be- WILSON have happened in recent I ounteraction without invit- that "air action is now in ex I

: far more important that we have a over the duties but not the title of come your enemy, because I Chief, years without the firing of ing nuclear war.. ecution." I
available at the President. He would be designated tell you the truth?" Cowles Washington BureaDWASHINGTONThe an American shot in re The President's a c tion, REPRESENTATIVE Ed 1
: designated understudy acting President. The surviv- A primary fact of the slum short- sponse. The Berlin Wall went based on the doctrine that Foreman of Texas, Republican I
: all times for taking over the duties as riots has been that no personor lived crisis in Southeast Asia up, missiles went in and out "if the bee stings, go after was the first to point .
: of the President. ing President, if he should regain agency has reached the has defined the Johnson stylein of Cuba, as examples, with- the hive", must also cause out two days later that the I

.- competency, could be restored to the outcasts involved the delin- handling urgent problemsof out direct military counteraction I=ncern in Peiping and Mos- enemy had had at least one

The possibility that a President performance of his duties by the quent, the hopeless, the job- world security. Outlines of, preparation for such cow that should general war and one-half hour's notice be i
: this could be action, yes, but not the action ensue in Asia we will not
approach seen cause the
same body or by a two-thirds vote less, the illiterate, the hood- according to Pen-
: might become incompetent to carryon in the Panama trouble when itself.It limit this war as it was lim- J
of the members of Congress.The lums, the drifters no tagon summary of the attack, I
: his duties while still living has church, social agency, law or Mr. Johnson insisted on respect may well be that the ited in Korea. there had been this lapse of i

long been recognized as a serious individual has reached them. for the American flag doctrine of "measured re It may be, of course, that time after the President spoke i
: hazard. The assassination of Presi- proposed amendment appearsto The church might well have and refused to negotiate un- sponse" would have prevented circumstances would be entirely before the planes hit their I

: den Kennedy and the possibility that contain enough safeguards to pre- been expected to be there. But der pressure.In President Johnson also different today if Rus first target. The State Departl
: clude the possibility of a small group with but few exceptions by Southeast Asia Mr. from having taken direct sia's attitude had not been ment and the Pentagon immediately -
he might' have been spared his, life Johnson with military action in the fore- offered the
within administration persons generally regarded as responded relatively passive in this explanaI
an unseatinga
: but rendered mentally helpless by somewhat eccentric the force when U. S. naval ves- going instances. But our ad- matter. The great concern in tion that the President had
: the assassin's bullet have spurred President without proper cause. church has been absent. sels were attacked. The com- versaries, following the attacks the early 1950s was that an been assured, when he wenton 1-

: efforts to make some provision forE The extensive study given the prob- The slum riots did not be- mon characteristic in these in the Gulf of Tonkin,, attack across the Yalu on the air, hat the American
lem both in and out of government gin as race riots. The reaction actions was that there wasa now do not know the extentof Chinese forces would bringthe planes were near enough to be
situation.
luch
a provides as much assurance as can was against the police.In response to of f eases any response in these or Russians into the war detected by enemy radar.
Harlem the first out against the interests, and the other circumstances that openly under their treaty This would normally have
: The Senate committee would provide be expected against flaws that may break followed the shooting of flag, 'of the United States. might be ordered in the fu- commitments to their Chinese disposed of the issue, but this

: that, in event of succession by have been overlooked.If a 15-year-old boy who was We declined to suffer of- ture by President Johnson [ allies. The Sino-Russian week the UPI sent out a dis
running away from trou- and his advisers. Any kind of alliance is not today what it patch from its correspondentaboard
: the vice-president, that office would fense this time out of our
action thus be-
ble. In Rochester there has a probing was 15 years ago. Mr. John- the aircraft carrier
-= be filled by nomination by the new any remain, there Is still ample been Black Muslim activityfor some usual forbearance irreversible of s t e taking to- comes more risky for the son could thus act with more "Ticonderoga," quoting Rear

: President with approval of Congress time to discover and discuss them. a year and much tension. ward general war. An p air Communist military leaders assurance that he knew Admiral Robert 'B: Moore,

: by a two-thirds vote. There is little or no expectation the The riots grew out of the arrest attack which was not small than be they the might case earlier.have thoughtto where we were going. commander of the American
task which
of a juvenile drunk. when measured by standardsof But even when that is tak- force attacked
= resolution will be acted upon by both Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant Great care was taken to North Viet Nam last Wednes-
This would assure the new President the Pacific war was exe- en into the equation Mr.
: houses, of Congress at this session.A slums, larger than Har- cuted without prior consulta- give advance notice to the Johnson's action emerge as day as saying:
of a vice-president in whom he Communist leaders in Asia "I don't believe
lem also began with they were
an arrest tion with our allies or prior a new departure in policy.He .
.: had personal confidence and a close good start has been made by the consultation with Congress, and in the Kremlin that the has made it clear that on the radar when the Presi-

: would committee, however, and the matter IN HARLEM retired American counter-blow was dent started speaking."
working relationship. It re- a postal and as instantaneously as the orders he gave in the
: move the objection that the speaker should be pursued in the next session. carrier and his wife said: military preparation would to be. Johnson limited and measured.Mr. broadcasting Gulf of Tonkin need not nec- TOE ADMIRAL added that
was he didn't think advance notice
"There of
w are 250,000 us permit. essarily always be the'pat-
r crowded here in a few of the world-wide our intent tern of the American re could have been of any importance
Mr. Johnson thus acted In even before the planes since the attacking
w poorest blocks. A few hundred anyway,
young persons were in the a different way than President struck, although they were sponse. U. S. force was so far

Voice of the People riots. We are here because we Kennedy or President on their way and this was But, more importantly, he superior to its opposition.
are poor." Yet every 0 n t Eisenhower, although it can- no admonition, it was the has made it clear that we will Representative Foreman,
not be said of course that respond with something more
w stamps Harlem with "riot" real thing. however, charged in the House
I these predecessors might not than words or action in the
In all the slums involved mostof Mr. Johnson's policy seemsto that Mr. Johnson was guilty of
; On The Sun's have acted the same way in United Nations when our in- "trigger-happy
Opinion Page = the people are decent, hard- take into consideration Irresponsibility -
working or elderly people on the came circums tan ces. various criticism of past pol- terests are directly challenged. ," and.added:

Opinions end comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Utters pensions or relief. Many of There was no significant division icies such as that we respondtoo The era of submissive Never before In recent history
.. must be tinned end beer>> the writer's Address. Names will ba>> withheld if requested. A letter should these feel frustrated and bit- of opinion among Mr. weakly if at all when the forebearance when we suffer has there been demonI
not exceed 500 words and must ba>> written on only ana side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The Johnson's advisers. Communists start little stings from minor coun- strated such high level international
ter. But not lawless. moving, by -
they are
: Sun reserves the right to reject] any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or
;. intent. There was some looting. Still, it should be recalled stages tow a r d some goal tries carrying out the will of military irrespon-
Hoodlums and thieves always that, numerous American air- they disavow or do not dis their greater allies may be sibility. The Pentagon's and
dam at one end of Newnans take advantage of opportu- craft have been shot downin close. Whether it is Berlin or over. If so, the lesson is the President's awkward attempts
Disputes Paper'sLiquor Conservation Lake. The interested citizens nity. Alaska called out the na- contested places of the Asia, these successive steps worth paying attention to in to cover up this

seemed to appreciate the Authority's tional guard to halt and pre- world, and various other can mount up until it is the greater capitals of the grandstanding political play
: Ads Needs PlanningEDITOR 'sharing of data, vent lootings after its recent crises and confrontat i o ns sometimes too late to take world. only goes to prove how Irresponsible
plans, and dreams for the earthquake disaster. There the announcement

: EDITOR, Sun: Please print Sun: Great thingsare management of Newnan's was much looting In Atlanta TWO VIET NAM WARS? was."
this letter in its entirety: happening in the area of Lake water level problem. and Richmond when the Confederate Representative Carl Albertof I

:. I have two statements to the conservation, preservationand Furthermore, the Authorityhad army abondoned Oklahoma, the Democratic
: make: (1) It is an insult to development of our water a representative of the those cities in the Civil War. War Outlookconcerned leader, promptly responded as
: every non drinker and resources and ,I wonder if Department of Water Re- San Francisco looters were an Altered follows: '

:' church member in this city my fellow citizens realize that sources of the state present. ugly story after the earthquake "No president of the United
and Alachua County to have finally a very real attempt is That, too, was appreciated! disaster there. States for political gain would
: a liquor advertisement glar- being made to corodinate We should all be grateful to Our slums will worsen as Sfrui $ark (Eimra etnamese ground targets. with the South Viet- ever do, or ever in history has

.: ing at you when you open the local, state, and federal efforts the' three men who give of automation eliminates more By PETER GROSE The progress which had namese insurgency. done, anything to jeopardizethe
paper; and it is much worse to insure that our children their time so unstintingly to semi-skilled jobs. High school SAIGON, South Viet Nam- been made during Mayan d lives of our troops. The
: when it is a full page advertisement 'and our children's chil- serve on the Authority. And I and college diplomas are un- The unexpected clash of con- June was being threatened by AMERICA'S RETALIATORY gentleman's statement. is
such as the one on dren will have an abundant mean "give." ion cards for mob opportunities ventional naval and air forces the Viet Cong's rainy season air strikes were her- untrue."

: the last page of the .edition water supply that is pure and Florida has an abundanceof today thousands in with North Viet Nam has altered assaults of terrorism and the alded here with enthusiasm.For Representative Charles A.

: of Wednesday Aug. 5, 1964 available when it is needed. water, yet Florida has water slums don't have them. the outlook for victoryin deadly Viet Cong ambushes. the Khanh governmentthey Halleck of Indiana, Republican -

of the Gainesville Daily Sun. Finally, coordinate planningand problems. But with planning THERE IS NO ready answer the war the United States brought an American leader in the House, then
: You should have more respect action is here! Let us rejoice through using research to slums and their incred- came to Southeast Asia to win PREMIER NGUYEN military engagement which got into the debate. He point.
for the young, easy-to- and see to it that data, a continued spirit of cooperation ible density of population. Two the counter insurgency effort KHANH and other South Viet- the premier has been seekingin ed out that, at a White
: mold minds( of your young Congressional action is more (such as I saw remedies offer hope. One is a in South Viet Nam. namese leaders have assured the hope of reducing the responsibilities House briefing early Tuesday
than words but displayed at the N e wnan's As American officials in the last of his own before the
carriers._ on paper, a modern application of the CCC a first step the quick evening Presi-
:_ newspaper(2) I am sure your business living, workable reality.It Lake Dam hearing), and the camp-school principle as American response has boost few days that no army units forces. dent spoke to the nation-the
: could get along nicely, was my privilege to at- will to achieve what we de- proposed in the administra ed morales and proved a de- will be removed from the The crisis engendered by the members of Congress from
if sold no space for tend the hearing of the Ala- cide is best for all, I do not tion's recently passed anti- termination to hold onto the tasks securing the critical clash in the Gulf of Tonkin both parties who attended
: such even advertisements.'you You chua County Recreation Wa- fear for the future of Florida's poverty bill. It would begin Western position here, how- provinces around Saigon. also gave Khanh an excuse to were cautioned against any

flourished nicely over theyears ter Conservation and Control great asset water. with 40,000 youngsters in ever tenuous it may seem. But many'field workers are Introduce sweeping controlsover disclosure of the coming at
: without having any advertisements Authority on the proposed GRACE BAIRD McINTOSH training. In time w. would dubious that Vietnamese officials the government and population tack lest Russian or Red Chin-
-: of that sort. tear down the worst slum BUT BOTH ,American and really understand the tedious in a state of emergency. ese planes be able to inter-
areas of our cities and build Vietnamese officials have expressed job of pacification, an Qualified sources said such cept the U. S. aircraft.
start a new policy "
not
: Why advertisement Washington MemoCowles low-cost housing and schools. concern in the last American program in which broad measures as curfews, MR. HALLECK added that
and not
accept any The cost would be less than few days that South Viet the Vietnamese have shown press crship and sum- all those in attendance at the

: which in any to way lose the price we pay for extra Nam's military energies may little confidence.The mary justice had long been White i House briefing were
might cause 'someone Washington Bureau police, jails, prisons, welfare, shift to a defensive posture, under consideration to solidify told specifically that no an-
: their way? BE AN ASTRONAUT: One'of the interesting developmentsof relief, delinquency.What answering no particular need, countryside program is Khanh's shaky rule, if only a nouncement would be m ade
: GEORGE. D. MASONEditor's the space race is an institution known as the National is required of us is but to the detriment of the an important part of in the reason to justify them could "until the planes were over
Air Space Aacademy. It's ad in a 'newspaper here says it that we see the problem in subtle but longstanding task: American policy building a be found.A the target. He declared that
: ( Note: Customers has no connection with the U. S. government, that it's a terms beyond the crises of of crushing the internal VietCong stable non Communist South week after the naval in- the President's statement was
: for any legitimate product private non-profit preparatory school for teen age boys inter racial disorders involving a insurgency.The Viet Nam American officials cidents officials here detected being broadcast before the
A t taw
have a right to information ested in a "career in the aerospace age." It may be just few at the center of the slum U. S. is confronted with emphasize. against indications of less salutary ef- American planes were over
: about products or services of coincidence that the biggest type is reserved for the school's cancers. We also must com what could amount ,to .two' North Viet Nam are proposed fects on conventional clashes the target.
-" Interest to them which enable initials NASA. And certainly the National Aeronautics and prehend bow America con- wars, interrelated, but foughtby only for their deterrent effects on the counter insurgency. Now of what avail art all
: them to make the best' Space Administration which runs the space program, has no tinues to change from ruralto different forces following on the longer struggle here. Norman military operations these tit-for-tat charges?
= buying decisions. Businesses copywrite on its initials. urban life. different rules for different This other action is 'more are In danger of slowing down There could perhaps be a con-
too have a right to freely Who can give the answer? ends. spectacular, easier to under into defensive waiting for structive result-if both Democrats
: operate within the bounds of Who can reach the outcast? The pacification program stand and brings rapid and Communist retaliation for the and Republicans, recognizing
S decency and good taste according e Has the church no way to outlined by U. S. Secretary of clear results. Attacks by air strikes,. either by North ,the futility of such a
=, to tht owner's best I become a major factor ir! the Defense Robert S. McNamara North Vietnamese t o rpedo Vietnamese armies across the debate, stopped accusing each
: business j judgment The 8.rrv. single most challenging issueof last March had started lag- boats against American destroyers 17th parallel frontier or other of military irresponsibility -

.- Sun' advertising department i our time? Are overworked ging even before last week's on the high eas through Laos, or more, likely and began putting their
: does not feel that it Is with l undermanned pollee forces incidents in the Gulf of Ton brought a direct confrontationof by more drastic Viet Cong minds on the really important
:: ,.ia.tht scope of its function to L : the only answer society kin and retaliatory- American .the U. S. and North VietNam actions at weak points deep issues of the national cam

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RnU THE SATURDAY, August. 15 Club, Parade of Homes, NW Beauty Shop
Miscellaneous shower honoring Golf and Country Club. Ie
-__: Miss Shannon Kay' 28th Avenue off 34th Street Hampton, Florida
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Norton Crawford of Margarita 9'ajn., Holiday Inn. an's Club, Parade of Homes, 468-1625 I
Canal Zone, 8 p.m., Mrs.C. Residence 1-
A. King, Mrs. Earl Rogers SATURDAY, August 15 NW 28th Avenue off 34 t h 468.1802Make
f 8ml L Y YRuth
: rLa N.W.and Mrs.39th Avenue.Eddie Fisher 1213 University Medical Guild Street. --ooa I(

;: A Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss I ,
..- 4' Weimer rs Davida Kopelowitz and A Note
..-eWomen's Editor 2 A their son, Victor Schneider, : JUNIOR WELFARE LEAGUE.
J 4 ; 1i r1Y. 6 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. NathanJ.

;TTT: About Holiday. Schneider Inn. of Jacksonville,

SUNDAY, August 16 THRIFT SHOPREOPENS

Breakfast honoring the 1S1
: People Kopelowitz Schneider wed-
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ding party and out of town

.. 9D guests, 9 a.m., Mr. and Mrs. t BARGAINS I
yy nNy MANY
Home from a business tripto Sidney Grossman, uncle and
Europe are Mr. and Mrs.Newton aunt of the bride, GainesvilleGolf FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL
C. Ebaugh, who and Country Club. iiAUG.\ 17th II I-
recently spent three weeks In Wedding of Miss Davida .
-. London.,and Paris. Kopelwitz, daughter of Mr. I Open Men. thru Sat. Large Selection Including
Mr. Ebaugh, designer of the and Mrs. Max Kopelowitz, I ., 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. Wide Variety of Coats
Florida and California Mar- and Victor Sidney ,Schneider, :
Inelands, was invited to Eng- son of Dr. and Mrs. NathanJ. : and Sweaters
land as an engineering consultant Schneider of Jacksonville,
for a Marineland to Col. and Airs. L. E. Schoonmaker are enjoying a change of pace as they' 3:30: p. m. Hillel Foundation. I __
be built at Southseas, England entertain five of their grandchildren this week. Their daughter, Mrs. B. C. L m ,
Hutcheson Jr., Mr. Hutcheson of Fort Worth, and their son's wife, Mrs. James
The Ebaughs enjoyed Colson Schoonmaker of Camden, Ark., are here with their youngsters. Pictured HOURSOCALA
sightseeing, attending, the above at the left is Mrs. Schoonmaker with her children, Jamie 9 years old; BLOCKER & TURNIPSEED
theater and shopping in Lon- Michael, four, and David, two, who is seated on her lap, and Mrs. Hutcheson, MON.-SAT., 9:00-5:30
don in spite of the "heat at the right, with her daughters, Holly seven years old, and Dorothy, who is FLA. August
wave" in London. 10. Mrs. Schoonmaker will also visit her father, Col, M. H. Simpkins of 0t.l3n- .- FRI. 9:00.8:30
do, while in Florida.
Before returning to Florida -
they stopped in Manhat-
.tan. They attended the Furniture ClearanceBIG
World's Fair and visited Gilmore-Smith WeddingNEW I
Miss Betty Pound and Miss
Linda Gertncr, who are
working in the offices of the PORT RICHEY Mr. She was attended by her sisters -ried nosegays of yellow carna! .

Florida Development Com- and Mrs. Harley Cooper Gil- Mrs. Roger Angsten, matron tions. I SAVINGS ON : I
Pavil more, whose marriage took
mission at the Florida of honor and Miss Martha Little Miss Janice Sims of:
place the afternoon of August I
ion. bridesmaid. Both Clearwater, niece of the bride,
9' in the Methodist FellowshipHall Smith{ wore
peacock blue taffeta was flower girl. She wore a yellow -
will establish their homein gowns
Mrs. Gladys Carter recently I
dress and carried
visited her niece, Mrs. New Port Richey. Rev. H..J. matching accessories, and car- white nylon carnations and a yellowrose. Heritage and DrexelAll
Warren Sims of Dalton, Ga., McAllister was the officiating .
en route home from a vaca- minister. '
tion in Waynesville, N. C. The bride is the former Miss Fred Lyons, Gainesville, was!
e S Ada Louise Smith daughter of b .best man and Jimmy Allen, Items on FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Smithof r 'Gainesville, Walt Casson Jr.,
Einbecker of Flossmoor, Ill., Inverness and Mr. Cooper is New Port Richey, and Roger
are visiting their son, Rich- the son of Mrs. Carl Gilmoreof Angsten' of Tampa, brotherinlaw FRENCH, TRADITIONAL, MODERN, ITALIAN STYLES
ard C. Einbecker, and Mrs. New Port Richey and the of the bride, served as
Einbecker, for a fortnight.The the late Mr. Gilmore. groomsmen.The .
quartet has been enjoy- Given In marriage by her
ing the scenic spots in Cedar father, the bride wore a* gownof I bride's mother wore a $
Key and Sarasota and planto re-embroidered lace over 'pale accessories aqua lace and pink dress carnation, white LIVING ROOM: 17 CHAIRS at" I S991 12 CHAIRS at I 391 I
go to Jacksonville and white satin, which she designed I The
points on the East Coast this and made. She carried a white 'corsage. bridegroom'smother
weekend. Bible and a single white orchid.IIIlIIRIIJIIoomnn1rnlQtllllllllllm1JIIIIIIIIIIIII wore a blue lace dress,
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....:.. DEAR ABBY: Our son never was very good about writing DEAR ABBY: 'My daughter and her fiance made. an appointment -.BUT IT'S TH'ONL'I WAY -WHO ISS0BfRUNNIN'RWAY .................. ...
when he went into the service to have talk about --
: so we didn't expect too a with our clergyman plans AH COULD FOXMAHLOALHUSBIN
much in the way of mail from him. After we didn't get one for their forthcoming marriage. When they came back, they SORRVTO OP CHEATED --- FUM ME 'P

: line from him in over six months we got in touch with the were both disgusted. The first thing the clergyman asked ,I";; VO'OUTA110R8 FAREz .

American Red Cross and they sent word to us that our my daughter was "Are you pregnant?" She most certainlywas ........;..;. a

son had been discharged three months ago. Isn't the Army not, but even if she had been, I don't think it would .

._ supposed to send a boy home after he's been discharged? have been any of his business. I thought clergymen were 'S

I am sure they are. So why didn't they send ours home: We supposed to discuss the teachings of the Bible, and the proper

are worried. execution of the sacraments. If this is something new,
A MOTHER maybe we should have doctors of medicine in the pulpit. I i

::. DEAR MOTHER: When a service man Is discharged his would like your comments.

transportation home is paid, but nobody "takes" him there. ALSO DISGUSTED

: The Army is not responsible for a man once he is dis- DEAR ALSO: Clergymen are people even as you and I. -T

charged. Don't worry. A son who doesn't write home once There are some bad apples in the liturgical barrel just as I'I'M

:: in six months is probably in good health somewhere, enjoy- there are in other barrels, so don't judge all clergymen by..

2 ing himself. He'll turn up. yours. He should be reported to his immediate superior. _

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::" DEAR ABBY: Should the man who CATCHES the fish CONFIDENTIAL TO WALLY IN HUNTSVILLE: You PLUMB SORRY VO'RE "N, THAT WONT MAW'SAILIN '

have to clean them before bringing them home? Or should' place too much emphasis on money. "Money never made a a I WONT GIT NO TO HEAR THAT TO WELCOME USE MY\If _C.OL M HELP NONE T00 ; l

=.. his wife clean them? LOVES TO FISH man happy yet nor will It. There is nothing in its natureto H PLOWIN'.DONETHIS SNUFFY PLOW p* it

DEAR LOVES: If the man fishes for sport, he should be produce happiness. The more a man has, the more he i-4 WEEKCALEB- MULE y 4-1

::- a good sport and,clean them himself. But no fisherman will wants. Instead of its filling a vacuum, it makes one." MULE TOOK SICK 3

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1 WORK WENT MIGHTY OF THEM. I SEE HIS AND LO AND BEHOLD,
V SMOOTH! I'LL.SEE VUMONDAY. WHERE'S THE X HEAD ,THE FIREPLACE OPENS!,
FIFTH?.
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Evening I 8:30 O Robin Hood ment in' Las Vegas, she Carrie Newcomb wants to.

5:00 O Best of GrouchoO D (Color) Popeye and spends her free time hunt- sell her ranch and send

Adventures in Bozo I ing for aranium. Fred her son Jeff back East, s
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-- 5:55Color( ( ) Local News, Reddy Desi Arnaz. Ethel: Vivian the girl he plans to marry. i4Q s-rt 6'F A., U.4 P.1. .:

Weather, Sports O Tennessee Tuxedo Vance. Fred: William Matt: James Arness. C.
10:00 O CD (Color) Hector Frawley. Chester: Dennis Weaver.
,6:308tDONews
.. HeathcoteO 8:00 CD Outer Limits Doc: Milburn Stone. Kit- r

7:00 O Silent Service Qui& Draw McGraw "The Chameleon" is in- ty: Amanda Blake.

.- "Peto Plucks Some Chick'10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 telligence agent Louis 11:00 O Detectives A ----

ens." During a patrol a O Mighty Mouse Mace, a disguise expert "Big Poison." It's a bad P* '* IJUSTWANTASANDWICHRESIDES WUKES>CALLING NOBODY OWN5 ANR7OCK0.-FIND T YOU JUST FINISHED
'n., of the USS Peto THATUAMEANDTHE DONSANTELU.NOTEVEN OUT WHERE
WE CAN
crewman ) A FIFTH REMEMBER?
11:00 O CD Dennis the season for informers.I I [ WHflTYOUPULUNQi '
who is asked to infiltratea IWANTTOMAKE, MExrTIfNGYDUKNOW
YOU PICK UP A FIFTH /YOU GOT A SHOW
jumps off the submarine MenaceD party of creatures from the place where ,one 1 IN HERE FOR,DON? 4 A PHONE+ caw SKES GONNA FEEL TOCKO BOY/ SCOTCH/ .A. TOMORROW/+I.III /TO
LETS
to a drowningflier. WAIT UNTIL WE .SHE
rescue OWNS TOU/ ORDERMEA
Ranger Hal another world that have stoolie was worked over, ?? GET TO THE HOTEL
HAM ON
RYE WHILEI
11:30 Q CD Fury made a forced landing on Holbrook and Ballard discover j GIVE MR.BELL A
O Death Valley Days
O Roy Rogers a tie clip belongingto '.
earth.
:: bankers
Two Denver 12:00 O CD (Color) Bert Walker. I s
8:30 Q Defenders
of fre-.
; solve the problem Bullwinkle O CD News, Weather,
"The Colossus. A Nobel
quent,gold thefts by.set-I :
: O Sky King Sports
.I their own Prize-winning scientist,
ting up 11:30 O Movie 1
12:30 :
Q Science Fiction
accused of strangling his
in the bank basement.
"Young People." (1940))
:r CD Glenn Reeves TheaterO wife, feels he will get a
An becomes
'%:30 O International Show Wally Gator jury acquittal because of orphan part
; of musical
a comedy
CD Mr. Wizard
: his contributions to
Time 1:00 Q Men Into Space team. Shirley Temple,
-1 O Great Adventure science. Script by Larry
O CBS News Jack Oakie, Charlotte
>- "Plague," by Raphael Cohen. Preston: E. G.
1:15 O Baseball Greenwood. (One hour,
Ha the 19thCentury'a MarshalL Ken Robert
I es. arlI..in :
20 min.)
Pirates Cubs.
vs. S THOUGFIT
smallpox-epi- Reed. 12:00 O Movie Drama You
1:25 O Sen. Smathers PAL
.I demic breaks out in Cam- O Joey Bishop Y
1:30 Q,CD Baseball "Attack." ((1956)) The
bridge, Mass., and Dr. Cleveland Minnesota. (Color) ,After singer Jack cowardice of an Army
Benjamin Waterhouse is vs. Jones appears on his TV 16c
3:30 O Invisible Man captain results in the
... unable to persuade his fellow show, Joey dreams about
4:00 O Movie: deaths of several men. A
doctors to use the famous vocal-
becoming a
"War of the Satellites." lieutenant vows to kill the
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and controversial ist. Jones and Ed "To-
new Susan Cabot Dick Miller. captain if he repeats his
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vaccine. Show" McMahon Aq
smallpox night
." D Wrestling ap- show of cowardice. (Two
GJ Destry O To Be Announced pear as themselves. The hours). Lieutenant Costa:
8:30 O O International
rock 'n rolling Croco-
4:30 O Outlaws Jack Palance; Captain
Beauty Spectacular diles are seen as the Eddie
EVENING Cooney: Albert;
Hugh O'Brian is emcee. 5:00 CD Porter Wagner Grasshopper Band. Ellie: Colonel Bartlett: Lee Mar-

O Route 66 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers Abby Dalton. Larry: Cor- vin; Pfc. Bernstein: Robert 4
"Like a Motherless NBC bett Monica. Jillson: Joe Strauss Pfc. Smoden
Child." Tod and Buz find O Sports ,SpecialEngland's Besser. ; :
Richard JaeckeL

from a boy an who orphanage has run ,away but leads his team Prince in a Phillip Polo 9:00 O CD (Color) Saturday (D Movie-Double feature ,BECAUSE OF HIS FAMILY)/ SUf ***

match. Night at the Movies: 1. "You Can't Run Away AND HIS GOOD LOOKS SUFIS .UH-
mindful of his
Buz, own *
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O Invisible Man "The Journey. ((1959)A ) from It." (Musical, 1956)) FEEL HE CAN G0551PY THINGS
youth as an orphan, refuses group of neutral citi- Ellie Andrews AS HE PLEA5ES THEY 5AY ABOUT
6:00 O News, Weather, a spoiled
to help take the > HIM ARE GREATLY
zens try to escape in a heiress from
Sports runs away
boy back. EXAGGERATED,
9:30 O O On Parade O Fishing Fun bus from Budapest her father after he triesto / DEAR! '

: Junior Prowse is star. CD News, Sports during the 1956 Hun- prevent her from mar-

O Twilight Zone 6:15. Q News, Weather, garian revolt. English rying a fortune hunter. Ona
: '
Diana 'Ashmoreis. bus she meets Peter] /
: "You Drive." Hit-and-run Sports passenger ,
: driver Oliver Pope's car 6:30 O Password attracted to the unpre- Warne, a newspaperman' BUSINESS:
behaves strangely-blink- Actor Tony Randall and dictable Russian commander who knows a good story I

: ing its lights and honking actress Betsy Palmer are who detains them. when be sees one. June Ji

its born of its own voli the celebrity guests. Allen The location scenes.were Allyson, Jack Lemmon, u ti
: tion. Ludden is the moder- filmed near the Hungarian Charles Bickford, Paul i brig }Inr

10:00 O CD NBC White Paper ator. 'border. Deborah Kerr, Gilbert, Jim Backus. 2. r_. l r if 1/i L 11 v
: (Special) Chet Huntley CD Flintstones Yul Bryner Jason Rob- "Night Key. (Melodrama -,

: narrates this report on Wilma and Betty enter a ards Jr., Robert Morley, ; 1937) A man in-
"
is THE DWEE- \ / WHO IS
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the events that took place TV contest that offers a Marshall. vents a new type of burglar CALL I WHO 5AID'SALT SHAKY

: behind Kremlin walls during chance to meet TV star 9:30 O Summer Playhouse alarm, but it is. stol- -4 g15ING< BZeAD'l \ BLOPP
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the months before and Larry Lava, and a part in "Missile Maisie," a high- en by his former partner.The ;;: ..WAS HE SHAKY ?
,0Z WE'KE BLoPP,
: after The Death of Stalin Lava's "Hawaiian Spy" wire artist, arrives brokein inventor devises a FAIR...

in March of 1953. series. Voices '. Fred a small town, only to scheme of revenge. Boris ::
learn that her booking has Karloff Warren Hull Alan r
:- O Alfred Hitchcock Alan Reed. Wilma: Jean I dS
: "The Jar." At a carnival, Vander PyL Barney: Mel been cancelled. Baxter Jean Rogers. r
country pumpkin Charlie Blanc. Lava: John Steph- 10:00 O Gunsmoke (Two hours, 45 min.)

: Hill becomes intrigued r.

with a Jar containing a 6:45 enson.O News. Computers Turn Actors I'5 I I ,I, yilr-

: mysterious, unidentifiable 7:00
"thing." Charlie uses all "General Pete." At the In Upcoming TV Seasoncomputer Ii
: of his
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jar, and when be brings )
: American war, Pete the By CYNTHIA LOWRY will spew out infor-
it home he becomes the cc\\\ __ .A
canvas man decides to AP Television-Radio Writer mation In the science fiction and
toast of his
: 11:00 O O D News community. join the Rough-Riders. HOLLYWOOD AP) -Tele adventure tales, including "Theas I' i -
Corky wants to enlist as sion's 1964-65 season looms i Outer Lim:.ts." lJ.: rlU
: 11:25 O Movie: Double
Feature drummer boy. Corky: the year of the computer.The ABC once again, will launch ;

1. "Wee Willie Winkie." :Mickey Braddock. Pete: miracle machines are not: its entire fall schedule! of new

(Advenutre; 1937) A little Guinn Williams. Tim: new in television. But soon they shows in a one week period

: girl in India tries to help Robert Lowery.O will be blossoming forth as: starting Sept. 14, arriving on the

: the British Army settle Jimmy Strickland actors. home screens first with the
matters with the natives. D Combat The star of a new CBS comedy -, most do

: Shirley Temple, Victor "The Glory Among Men." series "My Living Doll" CBS will start its fall programming -

McLaglen, June Lang. 2. Mason, a cocky and unpopular -has a computer in the title role. for the most part,' 1

: "War of the Satellites." newcomer, has The character looks like a beau the following week.

(Science Fiction; 1958) It been wounded and trap- tiful human female;but is a driBut NBC's opening gambit iso
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seems that Dr. Van Ponder ped by the Germanswhoare guised machine programmed t 1. to spread the new shows and

: is meeting heavy op- betting that Saunderswill exhibit every human character seasonal premieres over a longer q s.w J

position to his satellite risk the squad in a istic except emotion. I period through September

: program. Dick Miller, Su- rescue attempt. Saunders: Then there is "Thrush," the and into October one night at '
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san Cabot Richard Devon Vic Morrow. Kirby: Jack international cartel of evil a time. All of its Monday ;;; PLEASE;6ARx.UO 1'T
evening ; tO YCIi K X W IT CANT K PROVED X 6..AN0 FROM THE ROOC,I
. Eric Sinclair. Hogan. Littlejohn Dick which NBC's "Man from WILL : *'** "" SAY ANYTUN6
gS MORE
shows, new and returning, f &l FOR CEKTAJN IT BUT UA SURE IT WAX? DISCOVERED THE NAME CP ON5.,
:, 11:30 O Johnny Carson Peabody, Caje: Pierre UJf.CIE.N will fight each will start on Oct. 5;, all its Friday I K HOSPITALr..ItL HEP THI5 PKK AFlERbI00N.ME UP LATE W THE 7W6E!I DDfT YEIJDS TNUG6 ""YOU RECOGNIZE
.. .. JesseL Guests include George Jalbert.. Doc: Conlan Carter this week.vicious The scheming head of night efforts on Sept 25-, I t DRIVE 10U HOMIe' WM5 A TAU:W HE WANT AMl YOC MORE.I M+FO !lEIkT ME tJS'r T1 1011 E THE Nf*J SEATING WHO GAVE? 1 SEE SPEilDS TO fT 50ME THAT FR/UIH6 711AE/ W,PAUYBC,

organization is a and so on.Actually.. 1 THE HOSPITAL TCO:
1:00 Broadway Goes Latin 7:30 B Lieutenant"A
computer, programmed the
.- byvillainous the first new show to I
SATURDAY Touching of Hands.' agents to dream up move into the network lineup

Morning and Afternoon The base's chief. gossip dreadful plots for the brave, will be NBC's star-studded 1 I M ='
:: 7:00 D Union Pacific has a field when J
day Rice
good agents of 'Uncle" (the "Rogues "
on Sunday night t)1)
7:05 O Humanities
: C-Sz starts working on dance
a
crime-fighting
organization) to Sept. 13. The adventure series
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7:30 O Sunday School Forum committee with the wife foil JI
just. before the final com with Charles Boyer, David Ni- r5Q
:: D Comedy Capers of a fellow officer. Rice: mercial.
1:00 Q Across the Fence Gary ,Lockwood. ven and Gig Young will replace j
:: O Captain i Computers will turn up as the "Show of the Week" dramatic .
Kangaroo o LuCyDesJWh
dress .
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THE HARRIS SURVEYRacial I" ) Not Daddy's'Errand The Beatles Spoof The Beatles ail I





By BOB THOMASAP Boy', And Surprise! It Works I


Movie-Television Writer --

Viet HOLLYWOOD (AP) "I i' tftw fork ftimra a theater'where they have

lot of looked at played a singing engagementand "' ..."' .
suppose a people By BOSLEY CROWTHER r- ; ,;
me with fish eyes when I got NEW YORK -.This is goingto race for a waiting train. S

this job," says Richard Zanuck, surprise you it may knock And all the way through the ; .':, .:

vice president in charge of pro- you right out of your chair picture, there are frenzied epi- i "'Jt: .
Effects Felt duction at 20th Century-Fox but the new film with those sodes of their encounters with : :\ ,

Studios.He ,incredible. chaps, The Beatles,I squealing fans and with reporters ,' .,f I
who ask silly questions,
is a whale of a comedy.I ,
adds: "That was only nat- wouldn't believe it either, if all in a facile, witty vein. II I

By LOUIS HARRIS ural. But I hope they feel differ- I hadn't seen it with my own, But more than this, it's a fine !
Sen. Barry ,Goldwater has cut into President Lyndon John- ently about me now." astonished eyes, which have conglomeration of madcap '

son's'lead in the last three weeks, but still trails by a 62 38 The initial reaction to the Za long since become accustomedto clowning in the old Marx Broth ______t __ t E

per cent margin.: The regional pattern of the vote has shifted, nuck appointment almost a year seeing disasters happen ers' Style, and it is done with

however, with Mr. Johnson picking up some ground previously ago was indeed natural. After when newly fledged pop sing-, such a dazzling use of camera
f .lost.in the South, while Goldwater, has gained substantially all, wasn't Dick the son of the ing senstations are hastily rushed that it tickles the intellect and
,in the East. to the screen. But this first electrifies the nerves.
bossboss F. Zanuck rt
The Viet Nam action has brought President Johnson up Darryl fiction film of The Beatles, en- This is the major distinctionof
founder of the film
,from 45 per cent of the vote in the South to an even 50.50. companyand titled "A Long Day's Night," this commercially sure-fire I
But ,the:racial riots in New York, Rochester and Jersey City the man who returned as ([now playing in Gainesville at film: It is much more sophisti-
r have helped reduce the Johnson total in the East from 74 to president to save it from the the Florida Theater), has so cated in theme and techniquethan

to 65 per cent. Mr. Johnson's substantial total of 63 per cent brink of bankruptcy? much good humor going for it its seemingly frivolous

of thej/otes in the Midwest and 68 per cent in the West remain But a year of action has that it is awfully hard to re- matter promises.. With practi-

essentially unchanged. proved that Dick Zanuck is not sist.In cally nothing substantial in the
,i 'It:1s: now evident that foreign policy is working for Mr. his daddy's errand boy. With the first place, it's a won- way of a story ,to tell nothing -
Johnson, while the race issue is helping Goldwater. But in Darryl Francis in New York derfully lively and altogether more than a loosely strung
this second survey of a cross-section of American voters since good natured spoof of the fable of how the boys take;un- -. ..
and Richard Darryl at the West-
the senator was nominated in July, another key dimension of juvenile madness called "Bea- der their wings the wacky old
wood studio, the Zarucks have Famous
this election is also emerging clearly: The stated intention of lemania," which is the current grandfather of one of them Four
more than three in every 10 registered Republicans not to vote managed one of the neatest resurrections -world spreading craze of oth- while preparing for a London

for their standard-bearer. Despite this week's unity meetingsat in film history. erwise healthy young people for television show it' discoversa The Beatles star in their first feature film, "A Hard Day's Night," now-

Hershey, Pa., large numbers of regular GOP voters have The record: $9 million profitfor the four British lads with the nifty little satire in the para- playing at the Florida Theatre. Here's what they look like when not singing

yet to be won over by Goldwater.At Fox: in 1963 vs. an almost $40 shaggy hair. dox of the old man being more and stomping the six new songs written by them for the film. Left to rightare
this stage of the campaign, the size of the so called million deficit the 'year before. The opening shots, behind the of a problem- more of "a trou- Ringo Starr, George Harrison, John Lennon and Paul McCartney.when .
racial backlash in the North appears to be counterbalancedby 200 at credits, are of three of the fellows ble-maker and a mixer" than I
Employment at 3,000 vs. they first meet Grandad notony. But it is always
relieved -
rank-and-file backlash running ahead of a mob of the
another kind of Republican against boys are.
the studio's low ebb. Eleven on a train. And another replies, by pictorial compositionsthat
Senator Goldwater. The GOP Goldwater defections comprise howling admirers, chasing after 'E's a nice old man, isn't'e
films finished since the studio with courteous unction, which travesties
suggest at
10 per cent of all voters. The size of the Johnson losses directly them as they break away from ?", notes one of the fellowsActor's or, Hotel Bars
reopened April 22, 1963, after a parodies the standard comment lease, intelligent awareness of
attributable to disenchantment over civil rights now is run-
year's idleness. about the Beatles themselves, the absurdity of the Beatle
ning at 9 per cent of the electorate.The 'E's very clean. craze. The Beatles
latest standings: The outlook: 45 stars and $62
This line, which runs throughthe
JOHNSON VS. GOLDWATER million committed to 22 movies \ Unless you know the fellows, SAN FRANCISCO AP-The)
be
picture too subtle
,
(Suppose the election for President were being held right in the coming year. I i i for the happily may squealing kids it is hard to identify them fashionable Fairmont Hotel has
now and you had to decide today. Would you vote for Senator \ except for Ringo Starr, the big- shut its doors to the Beatles.
who will doubt its
Goldwater, the Republican, or for President Johnson, Television production shows DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT no comprise nosed one, who does a saucy I
the Democrat?) an amazing revival: 4V4 hours ; 1 Tim Out For fun And Inviting Food major audience, but the oldsters comic sequence on his own. But Spokesmen said Thursday
Served With Southern Hoipitahty!
EARLY AUGUST LATE JULY of network films for next season may profitably dig. And, of they're all good surprisingly that the hotel atop the city's
PER CENT PER CENT vs. zero hours a year ago. course, everybody will be ableto natural in the cinema reality Nob Hill has canceled the shag.
enjoy the rollicking, madcap
Johnson 59 61 style that Lester expertly main gy-haired singing group's reser-
Zanuck who is also
Young ,
Goldwater 32 31 fun.There's tains. And Wilfrid Brambell as vations "without regret.
president of the television operation WorkshopUsed no use in trying to
Not sure 9 8 the old man is dandy a delightfully
Allotting not sure vote: gave this explanation: chart it. It comes in fastflowing comic Irishman. Many The British rock 'n' rollers
Johnson 62 64 "Television had always been the spurts of sight gags and throw- others are also funny. were to check into the hotel
Goldwater 38 36 ,stepchild in the studio opera- DeterminationBy away dialogue which is flipped Tuesday. They'll appear
The over-all national results, however, contain some rather tion. When we faced a complete i about recklessly, Alun Owen, It is good to know there are Wednesday night at a Cow Palace
sharp shifts by region: shutdown, we realized how niceit who wrote the screenplay, may people in this world, up to and concert that has been sold
VOTE BY REGION would be to have a television WILLIAM GLOVER j lion of a Workshop center in a have dug it all out of his brain, including the major parties whodon't out for months.

EARLY AUGUST LATE JULY setup that would absorb some of Associated Press Drama Writer I park which is being developed I but Richard Lester- has directed take The Beatles serious

PER CENT PER CENT the; overhead 'when we weren't SAN FRANCISCO (AP-The'around the old ferry building at such a brisk clip that it ly.

VOTING FOR JOHNSON shooting features."So Actor's Workshop is a dandy example -]landmark at the foot of Market seems to come spontaneously.Sure : .........!.............. ..... ...... .... o
of how to succeed by Street. .
Nation-wide 62 64 the frequent and brazen
East 65 74 we went after televisionin being stubborn.One During its career of 82 productions "Wah-wah-wahing" of the fellows : NOW PLAYING :

Midwest 63 64 ,I a big way. We spent money of the country's best-c: through this season, the when they break into song : Doors Open Sat. 10:30 a.m. :

South 50 45 I for top talent and made deals known, most-lauded theater Workshop has played in a loft may be grating. To ears not : First Show At 11 a.m. :

West 68 69 that were attractive to stars. ventures, it has struggled long over a judo school, in an aban- tuned to it, it has moronic mo-

The East responded rather drastically to the race riots, We were able to get names like against civic apathy. That is I doned car storage plant and,

and, the Johnson total there went down nine percentage points. Fess Parker and Tony Fran- where determination comes in. currently, stages dramas in two

However, the South compensated for some of these losses by ciosa for series by" offering them "In any other city, we'd be I playhousesone the auditoriumof Nuclear SubJoins ..1il I 1hegEgTL8g 11:1' 11-

rallying to Johnson over the Viet Nam crisis.In features as well. doing a lot better," says Jules 4: a Marine veterans associa- '
the course of these shifts, however, the number of Re- Irving who founded the group j tion, the other a basement two Fleet Tf!!

publicans who say they plan to vote Democratic this fall 14 years ago with Herbert Blau. I blocks away.
has remained above 30 per cent. Here is a comparison of ate Says "That's the reason we've got to The costume and scenery GROTON, Conn. (AP) The -' --' ), '-' :

voters' preferences today with how they voted in 1960 (the do it here-and it can be done." :shops are in a backyard five Polaris firing nuclear sub- t ..I

figures in parentheses indicate the percentage of total voters His 1st Film Irving and Blau, New Yorkers ]miles across town, and rehearsal marine Casimir Pulaski joins :. e'I
each group represents): who believe that the destiny of facilities are midway be- the U.S. fleet today after a com- ; s i

1960 AND 1964 VOTE BY PARTY AFFILIATION American theatrical entertain-I tween over a sponge factory. missioning ceremony that will ,

AUGUST 1964 NOVEMBER I960 Was A FlopBy ment lies with resident troupesfar Another phase of the Workshop's include a message from Presi- 1
.,- PER CENT PER CENT from Broadway, stressed recognition campaign is dent Johnson.

'VOTING FOR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE JAMES BACONAP their fixity of purpose recently 4 directed at audience expansion. Johnson's message is to be 1 U i

,Nation-wide 62 50.1 Movie Television Writer by> passing up a tantalizing offer ,Attendance averages 52 per cent broadcast from the White Houseat !
,Republicans ((33) 33 8t' of permanent security for the c of capacity-about 75 per cent ( about 2:30: p.m. EDT) to the l NiGhT" I
AP Robert yards of the Electric Boat Di-
Independents (14)) 64 47 HOLLYWOOD ( ) project-because it would have 1 would assure fiscal ease. Duringthe
,
Democrats ((53)) 78 79 Goulet, a candid fellow, admits had to leave San Francisco. j past two seasons the Work- vision of the General DynamicsCorp. g
It is apparent from these figures that, despite Southern that he was a flop in his first .
has had annual aid of
Stanford University proposed :shop $98-
Democratic losses, Mr. Johnson is still doing well with movie. I Postmaster General John A. ; .
for both and enticing j 000 from the Ford Foundation.The .
his own party's rank and file. The big change, however, is in professorships ,Gronouski is to speak at the : All Seats FEATURES; :
The star of Broad- production facilities if the Workshop over the years .
the singing 11:30 1:30
normally: Republican and Independent vote. Clearly, for ceremony.The
Senator Goldwater to catch up with Mr. Johnson, he must way's "Camelot" appeared to workshop moved to Palo Alto, I has achieved a notable record of I Pulaski, the 44th nuclear : $1.00 3:30 5:30 :_

win back regular Republicans and find a way to ,reach the be a natural for the movies."I 30 miles away. accomplishment that has included submarine to join the fleet, is 7:30 9:30 .

t ,independents. goofed," he says. "I turned The bid was declined at just original works as well as ''named for a Polish general who .. -. ..

down "The Unsinkable Molly about the time the Workshop c classics. was killed while fighting for the # ..4S ......e.ra.a........a4.e.......... -
Brown" and took. "HoneymoonHotel" lost out on an effort to acquire a Since 1954 it has used profes- colonies in the American Revolutionary

Bar Honors ExG'ville.Man instead. I didn't want to venerable playhouse as a per- sional actors only. War. I
I IBRITAIN'
manent home. Supporters rallied i
start out in movies singing. 1 I
wanted to prove I could act. substantial sums, but the $ ACADEMIC IUT ACTRESS I WANTED
for Court I went to a church. NOT
ReportingA property
"So the critics told me I '
LESLIE[ CAROl
should have stuck with singing. Recently there have been in- For I

Gainesville man last I[ don't know what went dications that city officials will ENDS
wrong.
for
night won national recognitionfrom "So far I haven't seen 'Honey do something for the group be- J wllor ml] CHILDREN ART CLASSES

I the American Bar Assn. moon Hotel' but I've read all yond the token contribution of SATURDAYFEATURE
for his newspaper reporting of the reviews. I don't want to $10,000, given out of the municipal -

f U. S. Supreme Court decisions. t knock the picture just my- hotel tax during the past "k TIMES between the ages of 7-12
Dana Bullen, 32, a Supreme self." couple of years to the Work- ., ;\. -3-5-7-9
Court Reporter for the Wash- Goulet learns from mistakes. shop's $300,000 annual budget. f,. to participate in advertising campaignThe
ington (D. C.) Star, was awarded \
\ There's[ an improvement in his Irving said Mayor John F. \
the ABA's "Gavel Award"for 1 second movie, "I'd Rather Be Shelbey notified him: "This ad- ,
"distinguished articles on Rich." ministration is determined to 1, _. i drawings end paintings of Gainesville childrenwill
it v 1" wYa II
important Court decis-
Supreme "But I'm looking now for a make amends for the neglect of i be used in a series of advertisements beginningin
ions that Mr. Bullen wrote under -
"
good singing role, says Goulet. the past.
deadline September to and illustrate the
explain
servicesof
He also received pressure.a personalnote a 'Straight acting is tougher than Under consideration is a planto ,
I figured." allocate for construeRENTATV j the Bank. All
from Supreme Court Justice space University City art work will be on

Arthur J. Goldberg, term- display, including those paintings selected for pub-
ing the honor "a well deserved -
recognition of your objectiveand lication, in the lobby of the bank.

accurate reporting of the
work of the Court. rSUBURBIAp FREE ART CLASSES, sponsored jointly by the

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::10 Gainesville Sun Friday, August 14, 1964Lutherans'

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: Founder Ignited: the Reformation : .



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This is the first of two ar p. i to accept the restriction on our and receives His saving grace. Yet there is one God in three

ticles on "What is a Lutheran FM'x freedom which is the inescapable Lutherans believe that, in personalities. It is not possibleto

," in the Son's continuing d:
series, "What our ReligionsAre. WHAT nuxjJRELIGIONS "that we are created bings and the Kingdom of God and be-I teaching such as how

." L i that the only reason for our comes an heir of salvation. It 1 God could be a man, how the

M J34 :Nr ",I e existence is doing the will of is the beginning of the life of' dead can live eternally, how

By G. ELSON RUFF .. our Creator. faith in which each day our one God can be three personalities .
On October 31, 1517, there sf? Ml This is portrayed in the old hum a n nature "should be conform to mathe-

was only one Protestant story of Adam and Eve in the drowned through daily repent matical formulae or submit to

Martin Luther. A few years ARE '. '" ,. garden, who were not satisfiedto ance; and that day after daya scientific proof. Such thingsare

later, there were millions. The } accept the one limitation new self should arise to live beyond the range of hu-

violent explosion known as the placed on them that they with God in righteousness and man reasoning and are mat-

Reformation split the church :. : must not eat the fruit of a cer- purity forever." ("The Small ters of faith.
tain tree. Catechism," by Martin Luther. -
of the sixteenth century into a .
Apostles' Creed. We are created -you believe just so you live S .)
number of segments, of which NEXT "What Is Lutheran
God but the Lutherans think that The remaining five of the : a -
by we employ right" away I "
the Lutheran Church is one. 1 (I How'1 do Lutherans believe Part H.
freedom given us by God to of living is.a byproduct'of seven sacraments of the Roman -
Luther had been a Roman mortals are saved?
"the''disobey our Creator. The'resultis a way of believing. Catholic Church were discarded (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Maga-
Catholic who loved
Church and priest had no intention of continual tragedy in human Since Lutheranism developed ,* We can no 'more escape by by Luther, and by all nines and Broadcasting, Inc.)
abond- our own efforts from our condition Protestants since his as
life. But God does not from Luther's intense ex- day,
separating from it But he ven- sinners than could
in He of salvation S as we not true sacraments because
on us our tragedy. perience through
tured to protest in 1517 againstthe APPLICATIONS
swim to shore if we fell off a
shares it with been | they were not established by
us.. faith, it has marked by
Church's sales of certifi-
|ship in mid-Atlantic. Our only
In Christ, He reveals Him- concern for faith as the essen- Christ.
cates, called indulgences, 3 hope is to be rescued. Salvation FALL'TERMnow
self the Savior God suffer- Confirmation, marriage, and
as tial part of religion. So Luth- P
which were said to reduce the is a gift from God. The ordination
ing punishment and death so erans, more than most of the .I of the clergy are Being considered
time soul
a must stay in pur- only thing we can do about it rites of the church to which
share with Him in the other
gatory. resurrection we may from. death. Protestants emphasize is to want it. Even this desire no unique promise of divine Grades 6 through 10
Luther had learned from doctrine. comes from God. (Grades 11 and 12 in IU .uI".y* n]
Scripture that full forgivenessof Through faith in Christ, a new They insist on unusually grace is attached. Penance is ..,.
In other words, when we rec- not necessary because God \ .
life in It is nourishedby
begins' us. thorough education of their ""
sin is t \
promised through :
't. < 0
ognize our fatal human weak- promises complete forgivenessto .. l.
God's gifts through His and require
faith in the merciful God revealed pastors young peo-
ness, and are thoroughly dissatisfied all who ask for it in faith. :
in Christ. This central word and sacraments.The ple to engage in a long periodof < :
with it There is '
we are "left over"which
pre- no guilt llJ'I"
idea led Luther to criticize Word is recorded in the study of the Lutheran Cat- :
to let God to
pared come us penance can erase or for
Bible, but the Word itself is a echism before being admitter
Roman Catholic teach-
many : with His gift of faith. which one must make amendsin
living, active thing through to full church
membership.
ings and practices. Soon the
This was Luther's situation purgatory. Anointing of the
which the Holy Spirit stirs us Lutherans do not stress" THE

break was beyond. repair. prohibitions during'his long "dark njght of sick with oil, with prayers for
to growth in understanding blue laws. '
or They
the soul," when, as a monk, their recovery, is good Chris- SANFORDNAVAL
What are the basic tenetsof I and obedience to God's will. think of the Christian life as a he to do all the tian
was trying therapy, but not a Scrip- ACADEMY
the Lutheran creed? grateful response to a loving things that were supposed to tural requirement. Florida' ."... new school for boys
What distinguishes Lutherans Father rather than obedi- The University Lutheran Church with its sky-
Lutherans don't claim any as result in salvation. He discov- Selective enrollment Small
doctrines different from the from other Protestant ence to a stern monarch. Such reaching roof line is located at 1826 W. Univ. Ave. ered, when he got through try Do Lutherans believe in classes Annapolis personnel .

common Christian faith described groups? life should achieve a high eth- ing to save himself, that the the Holy Trinity? Remedial study and reading. .
ical level without emphasis on lie forms of worship. These are equipment of worship which I Extensive sports program Ideal
in the New
Testamentand You don't hear Lutherans merciful and loving God was They do, along with orthodox health & housing facilities 30-
first summarized in the :say "It doesn't matter what rules and regulations. In this, retained among Lutherans in a most other Protestants discarded -waiting to save him through Christians of all ages God acre campus Every midshipman *

Lutheranism is sharply different simplified form, and in the as "too Catholic." faith in Christ. If people could the Father is our Creator. God taught to study and excel.

from some other forms of language of the people insteadof Lutherans believe that these be saved by obeying laws or the Son is our Redeemer. God For Brochure write Dept. 6

About the AuthorG. Protestantism.Since in Latin.Lutherans. forms of liturgy are not required -fulfilling ritual requirements, the Holy Ghost is the Sancti- THE SANfORD NAVAL

Luther had been an observe the festi- but are valuable ,be- they would be saving them- fier and Nourisher of our souls. Sanford ACADEMY Florida
Elson Ruff has been editor of The Lutheranfor ardent Roman Catholic before vals and seasons of the historic cause of their beauty and I because selves. Lutherans believe that

17 years, and is president of the Associated his excommunication, he was church year. In their churches through them, we sharein only God can save us.

Church Press, an organization consisting of 125 less drastic than some later re- they have the altar, cross, the experiences of the fam- Don't Let Your ,

Protestant church periodicals.He formers in abandoning Catho- candles, vestments, and other ily of Christian worshipers of
How do Lutheran I fWi.
was ordained to the ministry of the Evan- all the ages. Lutheran musicis ments differ from Roman sacra Financial Problems \1 ,_

gelical Lutheran Church in 1926 and served for world-famous, especially the Catholic sacraments? Pile .

14 years as a Lutheran pastor in Pennsylvania.'Honey' Service NewsRonald compositions of Johann Sebas- Luther came to the convic- Up -
tian Bach.
tion that the complete sacrificefor WHEN YOU CAN \ f1 .

man's sin had already been I MAKE A LOAN OF "" li

David C. Johnston, son of Henry, 4144 NW 12th Do L n t herans worship made in our Lord's crucifixion.So .

Does Man's Job Mrs. Clarence L. Moses of Rt 1, Terrace. Martin Luther? the Ronam teaching of the ...

Branford, has been promoted to Luther had faults. He was Mass as a sacrifice no longer S25600and / 84

lieutenant colonel in the U.S. of a violent temperament and had meaning for Luther. ; .
Maneuvering: Dump Trucks AFB Gene E. Hunsucker, radioman The Lord's Supper, in Luth-
Air Force at McConnell sometimes scalded his oppo-
'-' .M. Kan. second class, USN, son of nents with intemperate abuse. eran teaching, is an encounterof It's Confidential J/1 1Ma'rion \\5 U"

: KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) workers may fail to show up Colonel Johnston is chief of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hun- When driven into a corner, in the believer with the living

Sidewalk superintendents like to and "Honey" will get into ac- the aircraft operations divi- sucker of Hawthorne, is a crew the 'turbulent events of his career -Lord, Who is truly: present in Finance (0.

know where contractor Ray tion.. sion which supports the Stra- member of the Navy ballistic he made 'several unfortu the Holy Communion to forgive -

Schoenberger is laying asphalt. "Honey" is 130 pounds of tegic Air Command.The I missile submarine USS J ohn nate compromises which nobody sins and renew the spirit/

.If they are lucky, one of his blonde femininity. Jauntily outfitted colonel, a former studentat !Adams operating in the Cape defends today. ual life of believers. But no Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
her missile change takes placein 218 W. University Ave. Ph. FR 6-5333 .
in white blouse, tan capris Mayo High School and Jack- :Kennedy area testing Luther asked his followersnot physical '
the bread and wine of the .
and moccasins, she wheels 10- son High'School, Arcadia, Ind., capabilities. to call themselves "Luth- ---- ---- --- --- --

: Today nHistory ton dump trucks loaded with hot attended Oklahoma State Uni- John Adams, the newest of erans." The name was givento Communion.This .

*_ a 'asphalt in and. out of narrow versity and Wichita University.He the[ ballistic missile submarinesis them by their opponents as teaching was perhapsthe i

spaces, plops the mix where it's received commission equipped with the A-3 missile a mark of contempt. They called Reformation.most radical It attacked part of the the I Genie says:
with of miles.
needed then takes the aviation cadet a range 2,500 themselves "Evangelicals"
: over the through program
whole Roman Catholic idea of
Upon completion of the testingshe lsas
complicated controls of a -believers in the gospel.
the church of
.By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS steamroller and smooths the will return to Portsmouth, Yet Lutherans deeply respect':,merit stored as a treasury e LIVE BETTER
Today is Friday Aug. 14, the N.H. the' up through saying
surfacing with all the aplomb ofa Martin Luther as one of masses, and of the priesthoodas
227th day of 1964. There are 139 grizzled veteran. Army Pvt. Walter H. Cason, greatest teachers and libera- FEEL BETTER
divinely ordained to cele- :.:::::::::: ::::::
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days left in the year. "Honey" also happens to beRay's son of Mrs. Kennie Heller of tors of the church. His ideas brate the sacrifice of the :t:;t''':: :;.r. ;:;Y::?.-.
Today's highlight in history: 11 Marine Sergeant Edward.. A. still stimulate fresh thinking. % .
26-year-old wife, Margaret Gainesville, was recen y Mass. In the "priesthoodof II WORK BETTER
On this date in 1945, President mother of five youngsters assigned to Headquarters De- Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Every year, Lutheran scholars all believers," of which

Harry S. Truman announcedthat aged 3 to 10. tachment of the 48th Transpor- Samuel Murray of Waldo, was write many books exploringhis Luther often spoke, each Chris-I ,

the Japanese had surren- Mrs. Schoenberger started tation Group at Fort Eustis, promoted to his present rank thoughts. But nobody wor- tian directly encounters God I i- SLEEP BETTER

dered unconditionally the war recently while serving as a ships him. r
; driving her husband's equip- Va.Cason .
In the Pacific had ended. ment out of grim necessity. She a radio mechanic in member of Marine Fighter WITH
Squadron 333, Marine Aircraft Do Lutherans worship any At
detachment entered the
On this date: continues "because I love it. the ,
Group 32 at the Marine CorpsAir saints?
In 1848 the Oregon Territorywas "I learned to drive Army in January 1964 and com-
a car whenI
basic training at Fort Station, Beaufort, S. C.World's Every Christian is a saint.In .
organized.In was 11 years old," she said. pleted .
the Apostles' Creed, the /
Jackson, S. C. I"HANDY" /: natural
1935 the "When I was 14 I was driving gas
Congress passed Church is. called "the --- --
soldier
The was
Social Security Act I'everywhere by myself. Ray andI 22-year-old from Central Acad- Fair nion of saints." ommu-I
graduated
In 1941, signing of the Atlantic got married when I was 16. I A saint is not a
Charter by President FranklinD. !had always wanted to drive emy High School, Palatka, in Skier InjuredNEW son but one who, by God's;;

Roosevelt and Prime Minis- trucks and he taught me how." 1960. grace, is progressing toward I AIR CONDITIONINGFOR

ter Winston Churchill was offi- In those days Ray owned two YORK (AP-A flying holiness. Every Christian is

cially announced.Ten dump trucks. For the first few water skier was.injured in a 40- also a sinner until the day he

years ago-A British La- years Margaret was busy with Airman and Elbert Mrs. L.Elmer Buzbee L. ,Buz-son foot fall into a lake during a dies, even such great Chris- Apseo v SUMMER COMFORTNow

bor party delegation received a babies. There was Dennis, now of Mr. show at the world's fair Thurs- tians as Peter and Paul. Luth- 2-Hole _
bee of Route 1, Old Town, has
warm welcome from Red China 10; then Sheryl, 9, and Vicki, 8. day.Hal erans worship'God alone. Theydo Punch you can Air Condition your horn end hove the luxury
the first of his
Premier Chou En-lai in Peiping. Margaret was pregnant with completed phase Elgin, 29, of St. Peters- not pray to the Virgin Maryor 'of a gas fired air conditioning unit with no tnglnt, no com

Five years ago Typhoon Raymond, now 5, when tragedy Air at Force Lackland basic AFB military, Tex.traintog burg, Fla., was lifted gracefully to anyone. but. God.. $365 \ ))\ pressor, only whisper quiet cooling at 50% lower rot,

Georgia struck central Japan; struck. from the water by a kite at-
Airman Buzbee has been se- CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE
at least 137 persons were killed. "Ray was working on a motorin tached to his back. A gust of What is the Lutheran con-

One year ago A motion of one of his trucks when some .lected for technical training as wind tore the kite loose and Elgin cept of sin?

no confidence in the Nehru gov- gasoline exploded. He was a medical specialist at the Air fell awkwardly, bead over I Sin is the word describingthe CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT

ernment was introduced in the burned from head to waist We ,Training Command (ATC) heels. I situation of all people as i!
school at Greenville AFB, Miss. disobedient to God. Sin is not I CO. Gainesville
Indian Parliament, the first were already having financial I He was rescued from the wa- G C
troubles. We couldn't His new unit is part of the ATC specific wrongdoing (this is the Inc. IIt".IIY
since India became independent get good ter by other members of an 11-
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!I'EW YORK '(AP) The Cohcnbia Charles 0. Finley, owner of Passed Ban day night package which war

Broadcasting System the Kansas City Athletics and A team spokesman, however, announced last Monday at the_

formally announced today purchase Arthur C. Allyn, president of passed the ball to CBS and
major
of the New.York Yankeesin the Chicago White Sox, sharply ; said any statement must come leagues' meetings in Chi

what could pave the way for criticized the handling. of the I r "lL .pl. < : \ 'S- :. Frid r, from the network. The network cago.
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revolutionary changes in the sale. declined immediate comment, John Fetzer president of the
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promotion of baseball. In Washington a well placed .. 'tr .ttr ; u but indicated that a formal Detroit Tigers and chairman of

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Approval for entry of the television source said the Senate Anti- statement was expected this the majors' television committee -

and radio network into trust and Monopoly subcommittee Joe Cronin who announced thur C. Allyn, who raised the Hurry Up Job afternoon. said plans had been approved I
direct ownership of baseball's check to Webb and Topping, along with
would undoubtedly from Boston Thursday night to televise one game
question of "the potential ramifications "I think it was a hurry
up
dominant,.team. of the last 40 determine if there anything Larry MacPhail bought the each
was that the necessary three- 'of job. I don't like it a damn bit Monday night in 1965 with
national radio
years already has been given by about the sale that would merit fourths of the league owners a It is a sloppy to the Yankees' in 1945 for a reported the proceeds to be divided

three-fourths of. -the American second thoughts on pending leg- .. had approved the sale of 80 and television network control- league" way run $2.8 million. MacPhail resignedas equally among the 20 major

League clubs. islation to exempt professionalclubs per cent of the Yankees emphasized ling a major league club. president two years later and league teams.
"This is a hell of a lousy Webb and' Topping bought his
Onejpossibility of CBS owner- from provisions of the however, that:
ship of the Yankees might be Antitrust Act. 80 Per Cent way to run the American League interest for $2. The Stadium and Major league baseball teams

"The American League'' was "We should know thoroughlywhat ," Finley said. ."When the grounds later were sold and now negotiate their own seasonal tel-
television in New York
pay As owners of the Yanks, CBS advised that if approval was effect such a marriagewill baseball fans of America see' are owned by Rice Universityand evision and broadcast rights as

City,. potentially the world'srichest presumably would gain full voting granted the Yankees will be a be. Dan Topping .and Del the 'way .things are ramrodded, the Knights of Columbus.The opposed to the National and

market rights in American and ma- separate entity and an autonomous Webb co-owners of the Yan- I fear many of them will Yankees excluding the American Football Leagues,

The total assets of the Yan- jor league matters. organization independentof kees, now have a contract with change their allegiance to the stadium and grounds now are which sell their rights as a

kees were fixed at $14 million That includes an upcoming CBS with Dan Topping as CBS. That network owns 80 National League. estimated to be valued between package.

and CBS paid $11.2 million for president and other membersof cent of the club with
Monday night television pack- per Top- "The whole thing is indicative $10 and $15 million.A .
an 80 cent controlling inter- the organization continuingto ping and Webb each 10 TV Rights
per age deal during prime viewing percent of the shenanigans pulledin key factor in the transaction -

est with the right to purchasethe time that could bring as muchas formulate policy and to ," Allyn said. the American League by and obviously in the think CBS recently purchased the

balance within five years. $20 million. The network manage" the Yankee. organization. "The matter was not broughtup Cronin.". ing of both Allyn and Finley, is television rights for the 1964 and

The effective date of the pur- has not yet been selected.. CBS, at the joint meeting of the Cronin said a telegraphic poll the position CBS gains In rela- 1965 NFL regular season games

chase will be Nov. 2. as owner of the Yankees, apparently The announcement brought majors Tuesday or at bur of the league owners was tak- tion to the majors' dealings with for a whopping $28.2 million

Meanwhile, a storm of con- would have equal vot- heated, bitter retorts from league meeting Monday. But en at .the request of the Yan- television an increasingly im- and, in a separate deal gained

troversy swirled up both in ing rights with all other major Charles O. Finley, owner of the we knew it had been or was, kees and that any announce- portant factor. rights to the NFL playoff game

baseball circles and in Con- league teams. Kansas City Athletics and Chi under discussion between Cronin ment of the sale must come Part of Package for 1964 and 1965 at $1.8 million

gress. American League Presid eat cago White Sox' President- and the interested parties." from the club.Robin. Part of that is the new Mon- a game. I
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. Too Has Many Problem Aces: 9 e q4 S t3A Be Key- Man in Race






0Y :L'T By BOB GREEN the pack a hard-to-catch lead at Tony Oliva's 27th homer in theout nine as the Cubs broke Phil-

2fow f ark mtttttJl Associated Press Sports Writer this stage of the season. second. adelphia's five-game winning

By ARTHUR DALEY Robin Roberts sold by the Minnesota whipped Detroit 6- Ernie Broglio limited the string. Ernie Banks' 15th homer

NEW YORK Under the best of circumstances the Green 2 Phillies as over the hill and released -3 and the New York Yankees Phils to three hits and struck got the first run for the Cubs.
,.. w '
Bay Packers are no bargains to take on as foemen. But +be by the Yankees without a stayed within 3% games of Bal-

they will be smarting under the indignity of their first ex- look could be a key man in the timore with a 5-2 edge over sec I

hibition game defeat in five years when they meet the New / future of each of those ball ond-place Chicago in the only About

York Giants Saturday night in Green Bay. It bodes ill for clubs. other games on the major Vikings

the Giants still amorphous and unjelled as their first disastrous The 37-year-old right-hander league schedule.

outing proved because the Packers are considerablymore i scored his 10th victory of the The victory concluded an unhappily -

advanced even though the St. Louis Cardinals did year Thursday night, a four-hit l important home stand Start

topple them 20 to 7, last week. .114"f effort over sever innings in a 7- for the Yankees in which they: Ready to

Not a hint of discouragement was in the booming voiceof 1 triumph over Boston that put 1. Lost a share of the league

Vince Lombardi the head keeper of the pachyderms as his Baltimore Orioles in excell- lead when they dropped a four-

he conversed about his hired hands over the phone from ent shape for the crucial series game set to Baltimore, three TroubleFifth

Green Bay. with the New York Yankees games to one. i Making

"In the past" he said "I always had a picked team. But starting tonight. 2. Salvaged only two games
increased Baltimore's -
there are too many people who can make this ball club The victory leadto out of four from Chicago a ( in a Series) Fran Tarkenton starting his

and I have to take a look at them. I'll grant you that American League team they had beaten 10 By JACK HAND Van Brocklin is
its staying with
we played poorly but the time to remodel is when you'reon three-full games biggestin straight this season. BEMIDJI Minn. (AP) This fourth pro
this year as No.
a month and, at stageof 1 with
top not when you've started the downhill slide. Andthat's the fourth year for the Minnesota Ron Vanderkeeln
Balti Three Games behind
Prize the season, made a him
11,000
what we're doing. The dub in
more-Philadelphia World Series Now they head to Baltimorefor Vikings. youngest Paul Fla they, NFL Rookie of

"As a result we're farther behind than normal and we increasingly likely. the chance to provide the the National Football Leaguehas the Year in 1963, is the prime

have more players than we ever will be able to fit into the Pretty Marilyn Hayley of West Palm Beach shows of the season with the league begun to jell and is about target at split end. If Bedsole

40-player li nit. When the squad limit was 36 or 37, .it wasa how easy it is (even for a female) to win a cash 230 Games leaders and the Orioles anxiousfor ready to start making trouble. 6-foot-4-200-pounder can a

good year if three rookies made it, an excellent year prize in the West Palm Beach Grand Fishing Con- The Phillies for whom Roberts the 'chance to provide the the Western Conference.Of Jerry Reichow from tight end oust

if four made it and a truly great year if five made it. Ifully test. First prize is a $1,000 bond, second prize is a won 230 games in 14 sea- coup de grace. the original 36 Vikings, only Reichow probably will alternate,

expect. that eight or nine will survive the final cut. $500 bond and third is $100. The city sponsored sons, dropped a 3-1 decision to Roberts set it last night.Pitching Grady Alderman an offensive with speedy Bob Reed at flank-
up
I I'm not worried.:' event runs through Aug. 16 and also offers daily Chicago in the only National tackle remains on the team er.
with
Why should he be? He and weekly awards to entrants with highest point- League game scheduled but only three days that Norm Van Brocklin will Alderman and Errol
rest he limited Boston to four Linden
rated fish. ahead of
sounds loaded. were still 3% games
send into the are the offensive
I hits In seven innings had a 7-1 season. tackles Larry
"One of the most pleasant lead and retired in favor of Stu The Vikings had a 3-11 record Bowie is a fixture at right guard
iit surprises" he continued, Parkview Team Out and Mick
Bows
Miller. their first year, were 2-11-1 in Tingelhoff is the cen
"has been Dennis Claridge of ter. The left
1962 and last guard job is
He was staked to a five-run season they were a bat-
Nebraska. He's 6-3 and 225. lead in the. first inning by 5-8-1 finishing in a fourthplacetie tle among Dave O'Brien Pal

We drafted him in the expec- Brooks Robinson's three run with Detroit in the tough mer Pyle acquired from Baltimore -

r. tation that he'd be a running In District First RoundStandard homer, a run-producing error Western half of the NFL. and Sunde.
the
back. But he can throw Eller
Van Brocklin is a 6-6. 247-pound
by Carl Yastrzemski and Norm counting on giant,
hell out of the ball. Now I'll,
Siebern's run-scoring single. A rookie defensive end Carl Eller is due to take over at left end on

be able to work him in grad.andthat's City Church League champion' petition In the District men's Oil of Cocoa nipped double by Ed Bressoud. and of Minnesota, tight end Hal Bed. defense. Jim Prestel and Paul

ually as a quarterback Parkview Baptist dropped a 15- slow pitch softball tournament. Garden Restaurant of Starke, 8- Russ Nixon's single in the fifth sole of Southern California and, Dickson at tackles and Jim
the best
to do it. possible way 9) decision to Jacksonville PRAC Brooker downed Jacksonville'Fire 7, in other games last night at produced the only Boston run. possibly, safety George Rose of Marshall at right end form a

! -- -- last night and bowed out of com-'' Department, 9-3. and City Park.Tonight's. Auburn and guard Milt Sunde of .formidable front four.
ARTHUR DALEY "If a coach could spoon semifinal schedule Half Game Minnesota to crack the regular Rip Hawkins a t&M middle
he'd be able to them along The Yankees closed to withina
feed lus quarterbacks bring pits Brooker and Cocoa at 7:30 lineup. linebacker is flanked by Roy
properly through the slow and tedious process of educating and PRAC and Eau Gallic, half game of Chicago when Winston and Bill Jobku

them. There's so much to learn. When should he throw the which received a first round Elston Howard's two-out, two-on Deep Defense

ball? Where should he throw it? What should he .look for? bye, at 9 o'clock. The finals homer in the eighth broke a 2-2 Inexperience in the deep defense -NEXT HOUSTON.
these and the unfortunate willi' tie and the Yanks witha be but the Vikings
The job is so complex days quar- be played tomorrow night provided may costly
terback has to carry the burden of the entire team. Some I split in the four-game set with should man a strong front AFLNFLTeams

day but not yet-Claridge will be a corker." --- 20 Hits the White Sox. Al Downing won four for pass rushing and shouldbe

Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the Packers this NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUEW PRAC blasted 20 hits off Park- his 10th and Gary Peters went able to move the ball on the

season is the return of Paul Hornung after a year's suspensionfor Philadelphia 67 L 44 Pet..604 G.B Baltimore 72 L 43 Pet..626 G.B. view hitting including three the distance in losing. ground with Bill Brown Tom Set

gambling. Green Bay's Golden Boy once the most valuable San Francisco 65 49 .570 13V* Chicago 69 46 .600 3 each by Earl Thomas, Max Minnesota rammed in five Mason and Ted Dean, acquired

player .in the league, began his comeback last April Cincinnati Pittsburgh 63 60 11 52.5A1.541 6 7 Los New Angeles York 60 47 45.598 57 .513 13 3V4 Long Mike Morrison and Bill runs in the first inning againstDetroit's from the Philadelphia Eagles. For Action

with private conditioning exercises contrite and fiercely determined Milwaukee St. Louis 5t 60 53 5,515.531 9tt 0 Minnesota Detroit 56 59 39 60 .500.483 14VS 14Vi Pace. Long had a homer double Dave Wickersham and As with all pro clubs the

to regain his position of preeminence. How well Los Angeles M 56 .500 llto Cleveland 561 .470 18 and single, Morrison a homer -: coasted in from there, aided by quarterback will tell the story. I By TED MEIER
Chicago 53 49
.473 14V Boston '
53 63 .457 19W
has he done against the Cardinals? Houston 4t U .414 21V4 Washington 46 72 J0 27V4 and two singles, and Pace Associated Press Sports Writer
New York 35 79 J07 33Vi Kansas City 42 72 36a 29V4 three singles.
Yesterday's Results It isn't likely that there will
Chicago 3. Philadelphia 1 Yesterday's Results Roger.Printt, Glenn Gish
Hornung Impresses only games scheduled New York 5. Chicago 2 and Ellery Davis also rappedtwo American League BoxesDETROIT be another 108-yard return of a
Todays Games
Minnesota 6. Detroit 3 kickoff or a 57-yard field
Pittsburgh (Law" 9-9 and Blass 4-7) at Baltimore 7, Boston 1 bingles apiece for the win- goal
"Hornung looked fine," said Vince, sounding as though he 2.Philadelphia Chicago. (Buhl 12-9 and Burdette ..51, Only games scheduled ners. tonight as the pro football exhibition -

never had expected anything else. "I think he has his timing (Bunntng 12-4 and Wise 3-1) Todays Games Twilight Came MINNESOTA season starts its second
at New York (Jackson 6-11 and' Cleveland Bill Young blasted three hits CHICAGO NEW YORK ab r h bi ab r b M
back I used him in the first but in (Stange 5-12 or Donovan 7.7) Versalles 5120 .weekend with four games.
aleady. only quarter Stallard 6-15). 2. twi-night. at Minnesota (Kilt 12-4), night abrhbi abrkbiLandls Bruton cf 4121 ss
in three to the to -
Milwaukee (Lemaster 12.7) at San Fran Los trips plate cf 5120 Llnz: s* 3110 Lump 2b Sill Rollins 3b 5121 The
he 50 60 I him Angeles (Chance 12.5 and Gatewood Pittsburgh Steelers the
five carries gained or yards. plan to use I
cisco (Herbel 0-7), night 3-1) at Washington (Stenhouse 1-4 and lead Parkview's 12-hit attack. Well Jb 5010 Kubek ss DOSS Kallne rf 4010 Oliva rt 4221
even longer against the Giants." Cincinnati (Nuxhall 0-7) at Houston (Not- Kreutzer }3),' 2. twi-night Robinson If 5 0 31 Rlch'son 2b 101 0 Brown It 4000 Killebrew If 31 10 'only team of the 22 National and
tebart 5-0 or Bruce 11-7) nightSt. New York (Hamilton 7-1 or Sheldon 3-1)I Perry McGriff backed Young's Skowron Ib 3110 Marls rt 2200 Cash' Ib 3021 Hall d 2011 American
That can't be happy news for Allie Sherman and'his in- Louis (Sadeckl 13-9) at Los Angeles at Baltimore (Barber 7-1) nigh I attack with two in three Ward 3b 4010 Mantle d 4000H'shb'ger Freshen c 5020 Allison Ib 4111 League teams which
(Drysdale 13-11). nightTomorrows Chicago (Buzhartft HI at Boston (Wil raps d 101 0 Tresh If 3112 McAuliffe ss 3 0 2 0 Allen 2b 3011 did not play last week kick off
jury-depleted forces. Not only is Golden Boy a superb running Games son 11$). night at-bats. Hansen 'ss 4010 Howard c 4123 Wert 3b 5000 Kino" pr-2 0000Wickbam ,
back but he is a deadly blocker a fine passer on option Philadelphia at New York, N Detroit (Regan 5-1) at Kansas City (Pena M'Nertney c :3 0 01 Pepitone Ib 101 0Peters p 110 0 Zkn'man c 3011 their first exhibition game
Pittsburgh at ChicagoSt 9-11). night. p 4000 Boyer 3b 3000 Hamilton p 1 0 01 Pascual p 2000
plays, a sure-handed receiver and an outstanding field goal Louis at Houston. N Four. Runs Downing p 9000Totals Wood ph 1000 Plela p 1000 against the Philadelphia Eaglesat
Milwaukee at San Francisco Temerrew's Games 37 210 2 Totals 29551 Sparta p 1110 Allentown Pa. Baltimore
kicker. Tom Moore his replacement a year ago, ranked Sundaes Games Detroit at Kansas City. 2 twinight PRAC scored four runs in the Chicago ................_..*M no 010-1 Thomas ph 1 010 bat
eighth in the league as a ground-gainer but couldn't beginto Pittsburgh Philadelphia at at Chicago New York 2 Los Cleveland at Minnesota third inning, two in the fourth New York ................. 200 000 03X-4 Demeter Totals ph 613113 1110 Totals 121114 Detroit, Kansas City at Buf-

match Hornung in other departments. What about Moore? St. Louis at Los Angeles. t Angeles York at at Baltimore WashingtonNew N three in the fifth and six in the E-Linz: 2. DP-New York 1. LOB-Cnt- Detroit _..................102..1 000-3 falo and Oakland at Denver.Six .
Cincinnati at Houston. N Chicago at Boston seventh. Parkview plated cago 10. New York 5. Minnesota ................ 510/ OOx-4
"For the present," said Vince, "I'm using him as a flanker Milwaukee at San Francisco. 2 Sundays Games one 2a-H.nsen. Robinson. -Tresh- HR- Games
run in the second two in the Howard (10). SFMcNertney.IP E-None. DP-Detroit 1 LOB-Detroit
but I'm already toying with an idea I first used when I Detroit at Kansas City H R ER S. so 15. Minnesota ,. Six more games are scheduled
was offensive coach of the Giants. I haven't made up my Cleveland at Minnesota fifth and six in the seventh. Peters L. 13-7 __ 0 S 5 5 S 4 me.28-Ollva HR-Oliva, Bruton. 38-Versalles. Spar. Saturday night The New
Los Angeles at WashingtonNew Jerome Kelley smashed three Downing W, 10-4 9 10 2 1 1 IT (27)ipsa- ""
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mind yet but.l could have three running backs-Moore, SPORTSON York at Baltimore -2:07. A-24.71 UNight H R CR SOwldCsham York Giants are at Green Bay
L. M-f 0 3 5 S 2 e
hits in three at bats lead
at to
Chicago Boston -
Hornung and Jim Taylor just as I once used Frank Gifford Hamilton ......... :3 5 1 1 1 8 Cleveland at Los Angeles, St.
Brooker's Iva Stedham Game ..........
4
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW victory. Sperms 1.:1: 2
Alex Webster and either Eddie Price Mel Triplet BOSTON Louis Minnesota
or TVSATURDAY L Pet. BALTIMORE Navarro .1 1. 0 1 1 meets at Atlanta -
G.B. Jim Dampier and Dewey McKinney abrhM all r II.. Pascual W 12.723 9 :3 3 7 10
worked
It excellently with the Giants even though Webster Syracuse Jacksonville 72 n 40 JM rapped two hits apiece Mantilla 2b 1015 EJlob'on d 2125Horton PleU _.............. 2320000Kfippstebt the Chicago Bears tangle
had had 49 .590 H 321 0Ytrzskl .........
no speed but a great knack of getting throughInto Buffalo 65 52.556 SVt 4000Aprido M .5300051 with Washington at Richmond,
Toronto and Henry Harrell blasted a d 2. 0 0 Siebern Ib 3111 Wickersham faced 5 men In lit.
the open. 43 51.521 9V4 Stuart Ib 1010 PoweN M :3102Thomas HBP-By Sparta Allen. T-3CT. A- Va., Dallas takes on San Fran
Rochester
1:15 O Baseball 41 56.521 9V* home run. The winners had a rf J' 0 0 B.Rob'aon 3b :31 13: 7.934.
Richmond $5 62 Mt 15V4 total of 15 hits. Matson 3b 1010 Bowery rf 152 0 cisco at Portland, Ore. and
Pirates Cubs. Columbus 47 73
vs. J92 25
Bressoud ss 11 2 0 Lau c 4000
Webster Coming BackMuch 1:30 O B Basball Atlanta 42 00 .344 31Yesterdays Stan Crosby and Paul Kurtz Nixon c 4021 Adair 2b 4000 Houston battles San Diego at
Monb'q'te p 0110 Roberts p :3115 NL Boxes Little Rock, Ark. Boston and
Indians vs. Twins. Results led Jacksonville Fire Department's Ritchie p 1010 Miller p 1000MeiUs
the Atlanta 4. Toronto ph 1000 the New York Jets are idle.
to astonishment of all
grandstand
quarterbacks
4:00 B Wrestling Buffalo 5. Jacksonville 1 11-bit attack with two Smith ph 1000Totals
Webster hasn't lost that knack. Although his comeback this 5:30 O NBC Sports Special ] Syracuse Rochester 12 2. Columbus Richmond 0 hits each. Ted Copeland had a t 32151 Tatars 19,56 Clarence Childs of the Giants

season after being crippled for most of last y.had.. seem- 'England's. Todays Games and and Bests ,.................. lOt aii w*_1 PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO turned in the 108-yard TD kickoff -
ed doomed he Prince Philip Toronto at Jacksonville triple, Crosby Larry Btmmra ................ $00 200 Ot-7 abrbbl abrbW 0 return and Pete Gogolak
ran so in brief
strongly
appearances during ,leads .his team ina Buffalo at Atlanta. 2Columbus McCall rapped double each.
polo a Yastrzemski. Brs scud. DP Boston Gonzalez d 4 1 I.0 A'fttano 2b 11 1 0
-
the rout by the Vikings that Sherman. wants ,a longer look. Richmond at at Rochester Brooker picked five runs in 1. Baltimore- LOB-Boston 7. Baltimore Alien 3b 4010 Burke rf 3110Callfcon booted the 57-yard FG for Buffalo
Syracuse up rf'1111 Clemens rf 1. 1 0Covlngton
match.SUNDAY' S. last week. Both efforts
In previous exhibitions between Giants and Packers, both the first frame and four in the 2B-Bressoud 2. E. Robinson. HR-B. If 4. 0 0 Williams H 1521
teams strained hard for that FLORIDA SATATE LEAGUE Robinson (17). SB-Yutrnmsk!. Apartcta. Dalrympia c 3110 Santo 3b 2010 exceeded the listed pro records,
so victory frontliners.were 12:45 O Baseball wI. Pd. G.B third, while Fire Departme S-e Robinson. Thane Ib 3000 Banks Ib 4111
tossed into the action. Despite the fact that Lombardi Tampa 31 14 .49 Taylor 2b 3111 Cowan d :3021Amaro but they will not be listed since
and its three in
Yankees vs. Orioles. Orlando 25 19 .54 SV4 got runs the first IP H R IRBBSOMontaiite. ss 3000 Bertdt c 1000
Sherman would rather beat each other than anyone else, 1:30 O Baseball St. Petersburg J3 2O.53S 7 L. 0-10 0 15 5 1 1 Bennett P Rodgers s* ISIS they were made in exhibition
Ft. Lauderdale 22 23 .489 9 Big Homer Ritchie _...,... ,1 1 2 1 2 1 Briggs ph 1000 Brogli p :3000Hernsfn games. The Giants lost to Min
neither'can afford to disregard rookies this time ... .J.2
because'too Indians vs. Twins. Miami 22 24 .470 ttt Spemwkk 0 5 1 2 3 ph 1 111
Sarasota Cocoa scored in Cherton ..._.....2 1 1 5 5 1 nesota 21.7 while Buffalo beat
much rebulding is under .For ''instance ll 25419 12 two runs the Totals 31 1 S' Totals 213 9 2
way. Y. A. TittleIs 5:00 O CBS Sports Spectacular Lakeland 17 14 .41$ 12 Roberts. W 10-f ..7 1 1 1 :3 6 ... .,.. ....... .. .
bottom ... .. pua ee He eat-tCbtcaoe the Jets 26-13.
of the seventh ....
scheduled to work Daytona on a two- Miller 2 1. I 0 3 | -
only a quarter. before yielding to Glynn Beach 17 26 JTJ 13 Menbouquette .................. 013 ..*. Ota-3E
faced S bi
Yesterdays Results run homer by Jim Hansen to men 1st. The Steelers, expected as usual -
and
Grilling Wood.
Gary WP Roberts.'T
The finals! of the Miami 5 Fort Lauderdale 1 I -2:20. A-11J04. -Amare. Aftwlfit_ DP-Philadelphia
King Orlando 4, Daytona Beach 2 claim its Hansen also I 7. to contend for the Eastern
"I've victory. 2. UO 9-Philadelphia X Chicago
still got to find out about a lot of people I Tampa
44.
says George V Gold Cup Lakeland M 28-Gonzalez. Williams. HR-Banks
." Sarasota 2. St. Petersburg 1 banged a two-run fence clearer Conference title in the NFL,
Lombardi. (15) S BerteM.
1 have into ,
more good ones than I fit the'player Pitcher Gary Peters
can paced
jumping competition, a THIYsGamesDavtoN in the sixth and had a single in IP H R IR II SO encounter a revamped Eagle
limit. Beach at Orlando Bennett L. 9-9 ....5 1 3 2 3 3
Sherman the same. feature of the Royal International Lakeland: at Tampa the fourth for three hits in the..Chicago- White..Sox in seven Mahaffey _........ 3 1. 1 2 2 outfit beaten last week by BaltI-
says Horse Show. St Petersburg Sarasota 1961 Brogtio W 14.1 S 1 5 1 fVYP
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e'P A 6V6tH&"Ao By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mond 12-4, and a two percentage starter.Paul Foytack for four but had the bases loaded with

i Willie Horton is not about to I point hod on first place. hits and a walk which combined -one out in the top of the sixth

For Hutch Is .A6 = HAVls ?eV'JOU&t..v 61A1YlAD.. let Syracuse stay out of first While Horton was smashing with an error gave them a when their game with Rochester ..,

..' POSI'f'IDN IN GlQi.- ;. '-1S-tIJ 15'rWE POIN1"z.NOI&"f' WKE--r0 3MPORAN i11RE55? "' 1NC 0 place in the International Richmond, Jacksonville drop 4-1 lead in the third, but the was called.

... .Of7AY Ids -tHA-r WHIttf lV
MOVE Move VD s AGK oR oQ POWM tOg. J N6I"1.1 81Nt'J1Ei MtJ61 HEAD"' H" And Thursday night he could slipped behind the Chiefs; Atlanta erupted for eight runs in the their runs in the third when

Keen Winning p15gup-r6 WHOLB SWING AND MAKE'Et' help it with his 17th home shut out Toronto 4-0 and bottom of the frame. Joe Pignatano doubled and scored -
.. CONTROL ALMO&T IMFDS&I I BU. of the bases loaded Rochester Columbus
n run season, a whipped
L (J II Four Runs on a single by Mickey McGuire -
double and two sacrifice 2-0 in a game called in the and McGuire later scoredon
CINCINNATI (AP) Coach for a tour that will take them to Buffalo exploded for four I .1
... flies for six runs batted in, a sixth inning because of rain. double
play grounder.
Dick Sisler for ailwlng Houston San Francisco runs in the ninth inning to down a I II
taking over and Los Syracuse victory over Rich. I Richmond hopped on Syracuse .
.Manager Fred Hutchinsonjust Angeles. Jacksonville. Norm Sherry I I

before the Cincinnati Reds "Besides, the best medicine reached second on a passed I .j

... Cleave on a road. trip, says the for him (Hutch) is for us to ball, Sherman Jones and Ama- t
Grabs SecondIn do Samuel hit back-to-back sin- DEPENDABLEmJahnmon
.. layers "realize they are up keep on winning.
ro .. agaInst it" as.far as their pennant Cast Cancer /7' gles and Joe Hicks tripled.At .

hopes are concerned. Atlanta, it was all .
Hutchinson.is battling a chest Larry i S ra NORSe_
The third-place Reds trail Osborne and Dwight Siebler. Os-
,.. chancer that discoveredlast : '
was SALES SERVICE
'league-leading Philadelphia by SwimmingCLEARWATER borne clouted two home
runs I
.... January. The 45-year-old A
six they leave today each than 400 tIIRDS.
= games as manager of the Reds has undergone \k\ more feet and
i f Seibler held Toronto to a lone
several examinations since The members of the second
place relay -
hit
striking out 10 and walking
Orioles Vs.Yankees the baseball season began, and Gainesville Golf and CountryClub's team. only four to the 'I
;:: recently spent a week in Christ The 10-and-under girls medley give last-place' 601 S. Main_ Strut
11.12 girls 200-yard
year Crackers I I
victory. LONE STAR BOATS
while Sisler the I
01....3 Hospital ran medley relay team finished sec relay team from Gaines Columbus
In team. The results of the tests 9 ESPECU&L.WcAgEPUI. ond here last night in the first ville's 300 Club picked up fourth was trailing 2-0, __ t,

..,-.... have not been announced. PROP 'VUR&. tJ01'0 HEAD day's action in the State AAU place in last night's action. I

'u_, The Reds granted Hutchinsona S ON 1'ME BACKS+NINMEN Junior Olympics swimming The team was composed of
leave of absence for the duration IC&EP t1" ONME
Barbara Stainsby Mary Vin
'Big.Series meet. "FOR ONLY A FEW
( 5 ,Ml; PLANE f
of the road .
trip Thursday. UNTIL v l,1APrep:. More than 1,000 from cent, Bonnie Broyles and Jenny -
The decision was announcedat 'MPAG"t" REMIMBEie persons
Banks. CENTS A DAY"
BALTIMORE (AP) Head- A I.EVEI. HEAP throughout the state are com-
to-head competition in the three- a hastily-called news conference MAN ,A t.IVEI. peting in the event which runs Country Club Results
where Hutchinson told DORY A L&VEL S 11-12 200
NCi girls medley relay-
way American League pennant AJ.lt' :t t.ip coNtACr.f1'A through tomorrow night.
race shifts to Baltimore tonightfor newsmen: Cincy Miiell, Daryl Crow, Edie your
the season's final series between "I have been experiencingsome n.r..rrr ___*_ n..1. Cincy Mizell, Daryl Crow, Cofrin and Tam Hope, second.

the league-leading Orioles pain in my back and I feel .--- Edie Cofrin and Tam Hope were 10-and-under boys 50 freestyle HOME orBUSINESS

and the New York Yankees. that this trip, so very importantto Lee Coates, fourth.
the club would be too TRAINED NEEDLE! 'q
The Orioles moved into a taxingon 13-14 girls 50 freestyleDixie

three-game lead during the past me. Cox fourth. .
-w.- "I feel that this leave of ab- 15-17 boys 50 freestyle For .
week by taking three of four Hugh Fontaine can haveCOMPLETE I
11 from the Yanks and sweeping sence will benefit the" club and Getting rest Hope, sixth.

three straight from the Boston everyone concerned. 11-12 boys 100 butterfly -
....
.r Hutchinson said he hoped to I
Red Sox. John Clardy, fifth. PEST !
be to return to his when CONTROPROTECTION V
able job
Out 300 Club Results
=. The runner-up Chicago White of Horse
the team back to Cincinnati RacingBy I
o comes
Sox lead the Yanks by only one- I 10-and-Under girls medley relay

,:::: half game after splitting 'four Aug. 23. I' i team-Barbara Stainsby, ,
III
.games with the perennial cham SARATOGA SPRINGS N.Y. Heath, Florida sportsmen and' both the land and the type of Mary Vincent, Bonnie Broylesand
1a
..- pions. MarchettiWill ([AP-Hugh) L. Fontaine, who breeders. : bloodstock. 1 Jenny Banks, fourth. ..
Yankee Killed I has spent the majority of his 69 10-and-under girls .50- yard ,$ : :;." :
.. It was for Dudley and Heath Fontaine made '. ..
Steve Barber, a Yankee killer I years training and developing that Fontaine selected Needles a reputation, freestyle Jenny Banks, fifth. : ". ..::0 .:':'"... .::I
as an expert on bloodlines with .... .,.....
.... .. with a disappointing 7-8 seasonal Play great thoroughbred race horses, from a Florida yearling sale such notable establish' 10-and-under girls 50 breast- .... :
breeding *;;
;:;
_. record, will pitch the opener One More is on hand for Saratoga's 101st and persuaded them to pay $20- ments as the Shoshone Stud, strokeMary Vincent, sixth. .'1<..;... ,"=, ..

l for the Orioles in a threegameset racing season. 000 for the colt by Ponder. C. V. Whitney, and Greentree ..,...' ..,
likely to draw record crowds But Fontaine isn't in town : :1
Needles went on to win $600,335in Stable as an assistant to the' 16 CompeteIn '.
._- to Memorial Stadium. WESTMINSTER Md. AP- just to enjoy the .
( sport. The man only 21 starts, 11 of them late Louis Beard before joining
... Yankee Gino the Giant Is back who trained such
pitching plans were coming ; top runners as victorious. Dudley and Heath. ProLadyKEYSTONE
;. scrambled a bit because of the : Giho Marchetti, one of the Ladysman, who defeated the When the auctioneer's ham
He also is considered
:. Chicago set Roland Sheldon ((3- great defensive football ends of great Equipoise fa the 1930s, mer has disposed of the four soil and an authority HEIGHTS A I ;

1)) or Steve Hamilton ((7.1)) were all time, has decided to come and 1956 Kentucky Derb win horses, Fontaine will head for on pasturagebest total of 16 teams competed in
suited for
...... listed as probable starters tonight out of retirment and play an- ner Needles is getting out of the his Florida home.Operating training Tho- a pro-lady golf tournament, 'You receir. EVERY-DAY PROTECTION by mm
r although Whitey Ford (12- other season with the Baltimore sport. for the roughbreds.The sponsored. by the JacksonvilleArea thoroughly educated in the us* of dangerous chemical
.. present likeable horseman Is a ONE CALL DOES IT ALL. Your home is inspected andtreated
4)) may get the nod if his ailing Colts.Baltimore's. Golf Association, Mondayat
Saturday, he'll dispose of the from the D and H breeding native of New Orleans and majored regularly for insects and rodents. Plact your
hip feels better. chances in the last four thoroughbreds in his farm in Ocala, Fontaine said he at college In medicine the Keystone Heights Coun- pest control problems in the hands of competent, experienced -

... Manager Hank'Bauer of the National Football League will care. They are Jack Jack, Lazy plans on opening an office in. just before the start of World try Club. men who know their Job.
Orioles has a well-rested bull- be improved considerably if Bill Markham of Gainesville, FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATES
Al, Needles' Rose and Red that area to be at the disposalof i War I. During the conflict he
ready for the Yanks. Dick Gino can play at anywhere near Homer Wood of Starke and
pen Badge, the property of the D clients who want to locate I was trained at the Signal Corps
Hall, an old Yankee nemesis, the form that made him an all- and H Stable, the nom de course breeding establishments In Flor-, Aviation Corps, was commissioned -Tony Grego of Mayport tied LORIDA
hasn't pitched for three days, pro selection during the past for low honors with 70s.
of Jackson Dudley and Bonnie rida and need help In selecting j jI a lieutenant in the AIr pro .
'Dave Vineyard has had four eight NFL seasons. Dot Pringle of Jacksonville ft EST
.. days of rest, Harvey Haddix : The question is, whether the Force and served under Capt. Beach posted low score among

and Frank Bertalna five days, 37-year-old can reach his peak I Starts Off Eddie Rickenbacker in the 49th the ladies with a 77. Barbara Q ONTROLa1
Tampa Pursuit
Running Group.
and Stu Miller has pitched four after missing a month of preseason Harriet of Palatka followed
I Mustered out, Fontaine head !
--- innings in 13 days. training. with 80, and E. S. Clair of CHEMICAL COMPANYFR
ed for the oil fields of Oklahoma
-
Coach Don Shula elated by With Florida State Jacksonville Naval Air Station
-
Baltimore, with a 9-6 bulge in League where he worked as a 6-2661 20 N.W. 16 Ave.
the season series .with. New Marchetti's decision, expressedno roughneck with drillers. A turn was third with 81. ,I
York, has a' 57-56 mark against doubt that the 11-year veteran THE ASSOCIATED PRESS three-run homer in the second. at cotton farming in Mississippi

the Yanks during the past six would be ready for the Tampa is making the Florida Jeff Talbott doubled in Orlan followed, then to Memphis,:

,:.--..years -easily the best anti- Sept. 13 season opener againstthe State League race a runaway.It do's go-ahead run in the eighth. Tenn., where Fontaine organ-

New York record in the league. Minnesota Vikings. swept a doubleheader from Daytona Beach's Bill Atkinson ized the Memphis Hunt and two :

Lakeland 4-1,6-1 Thursday night had tied it up in the top of the Polo Club. cars

and moved five and a half eighth with a two run double, He became a high goal polo- ., '

7:: Asheville Wins games ahead of second place r his third hit of the game. ist.and rode against such starsas -

_ Orlando, which beat Daytona : Miami scored four runs in the Tommy Hitchcock, Dev Mil- for the .
.
Beach 42. first inning and was never burn and Rube Williams. .
In other Miami beat threatened. Ca t che
games r Wayne It was during one of Fontaine's
On Six Homers Fort Lauderdale 5-1 and Sarasota Martin singled in two of them. many changes of pace,I .

.- edged St. Petersburg 21. Willie Mobley scored Fort Lau- when he had thought to retire price of one :

.- Tampa- which finished sixth derdale's only run on Bob Can- from the turf and was functioning j jA

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Elmo Plaskett also claimed in the first-half pennant race, I trell's single. as a yacht broker in Fort'

Asheville can give you six .two homers in the contest and gave up 10 hits In the two Russ Kunkle d ou bl e d and Lauderdale, Fla., that he met I J' "

'good reasons why they didn't Jose Martinez and Don Bosch games but made up for it at [scored on Jim Jede ky's triple Heath. The friendship led him

look like a last-place club in added two others. The homer by the plate. Sam Thompson drove for what proved to be Sara- back to the race track and dis

: the Southern League Thursday Martinez traveled 440 feet over in all four runs In the first 'sota's winning run. Bob Goggin tinction as trainer of Needles, _..
"M- night the right-center field walL game with a homer and a doubled in St. Petersburg's only the first Florida-bred to win a t i J.

The six points in question In other games Macon knock triple. Harvey Yancey hit a run. Kentucky Derby.:

.,- an home runs were the hits ed Charlotte out of third place I

... .. that carried the Tourists to a by swooping a doubleheaderfrom .
:"'of smashing 15-1 victory over Col- the Hornets 3-0 and 3-2;
umbus. Birmingham whipped Chattanooga -
;: 5-1 and Lynchburg edged TIME IS MONEY.
.. They came from all parts of .
u. Knoxville 43.
the Asheville lineup Pitcher 1
Marv Fodor held Charlotte to
Ken Larsen, who scattered sev- .
scattered hits In the first
three
_. en Columbus hits, smashed two t
of the homers to continue his game as Gerry Reimer slappedhis If You Have A Room, Apartment
13th homer of the season to
,torrid hitting streak.In .
drive in two runs and give Fo- M
his last seven at bats he dor all the cushion he needed.In Or House to Rent t

has two home runs, two triples the second game, Lacy REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS
and double.
a In the
West yielded two runs

first inning on a double by Ted YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit

' Uhlaender and a home run by Sounds like i a bargain? it Is! .0 .
.; : Jones Risks Minnie Mendoza, but then settled '

down and allowed only one

No. 1 RatingNEW hit the rest of the way to win Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU .

his 11th of the season against .

YORK (AP) Heavy. eight losses. EVERY DAY until it rented: '-
weight contender Doug Jones Lee may hit his 18th home

."!'?s risks his No. 1 rating for a $7,- run to break a 2.2 deadlock in IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: ..
"v"- 500 the eighth and give West the .. 4 y
substitute
payday against
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day
Billy Daniels in the television victory.

*. -.*. fight at Madison Square Garden Chico Fernandez slapped a )
tonight. triple and then scored on a wild $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day

. .-. Jones is 3-1 favorite the I pitch to break a 2-2 tie In the '.
- a over $55 mo. . 1.83 day .1 '. .
..-..;Brooklyn barber, who was hastily third. Dan Murphy hit a doubleto per per :
-.,,.: *.. recruited Thursday} to fill in drive in another and secure Car X has 4 Qo rs. Siraca has 4 doors. Car X seats 5 people

for Tony Alongi of Hollywood, Lynchburg's victory over Knox .- '$60 p+r mo. :.. $2.00 per day ., *jT.:,: ., comfortably. So does Sim a..and Simca also gets twice*,

... Fla. ville. '- the gasoline mileage and has Chrysler's full 5-year or 50,000() ,
-- The lanky Floridian 5 : $65 per mo . $2.16 per day and have '
came up mile warranty. Want to be able to seat 10 people .
._.... with an aching right arm and Salty Pepper ; : : i.:. '< .. 8 doors? Buy 2 Simcas. Want the best buy for fOUr. trans, .
,an examination disclosed he hadVT $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day .. ;. *
ii portation dollar Buy just one..,. _
bone chips. Boys Honored .:.: '

.... o Once a ranking contender, the ,$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ; 0S''e : -

_ .. 27-year-old Daniels no longer is I More than 100 players took 5 ',' *

rated among the top ten. He has part In the final baseball party : $80 per mo. .. . $2.66 per day .

an 18-5-1 record, including a I for Salt and Pepper Leaguersat J :_'.: $1595'
- .. fifth round knockout of Alongi 19 the Club. .' ,
Boys' : $85 per mo. . $2.83Per day.. en..roa c..,.. -
sw
. months ago. awards included the .. .
? Major .' : ':' d*P WM|ytrn.ddtn.Mt.Sec
,, -?' Jones, 27, has a 24-41 record. I"presentation of the Amos Alonzo $90 per mo. 0. . $3.00 perday'P v *.i-- 0 0 _

.. ? He has won three straight since Stagg Physical :Fitness Medals .. ; These 1965 Models At .
he dropped a controversial 10- .
to Riley DeeD, Bob Roberts, '
.J* round decision to $95 per mo. . $3.16PerdaY .
Cassiuj
o day Donnie Crist, David Hanks and -

:. "r T on March 13, 1962Opening Marty display Misner of teamwork for outstanding, sportsmanship '$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.


:: .- Wins dependability and per-

formance on the field. CALL 3728441. TO PLACE YOUR SIMCA.PLYMOUTH: -VALIAN_ T- H RYSLERIMPERtALSALES
.. 1'"- ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) Altoo- I The Boys' Club has been authorized o and SERVICE

-. .- ea, Detroit and Washington I by the .Amos Atonzo

scored opening round victories 'Stagg Foundation in San Francisco SUN RENTAL WANT ADS We Will Not ,Be Undersold' Out-Traded
-in the .
regional All American to award 50 of these medals -

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\: BUSINESS MARKET : Good Audits I High Springs Gets ReadyFor


r' : :1. ReportedTALLAHASSEE

T4f4

I' / KEVIEW t. major state agencies(AP)received'-Three 1st Tobacco FestivalHIGH


t generally good reports in state

audits issued Thursday.The SPRINGS-This city is rum Memorial American Legion to the American Legion Homeon

agencies were the prisons :all set to give a warm weleome Post of Williston; I I U.S. Highway 41 south of

division, Department of Public 'and provide a lot of fun and Glenda Green, daughter of town.

COMSAT Fools Wall StreetBy Safety and Public Utilities Com I entertainment for many area Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Green of' Mayor Marcus Hunt will welcome -

mission. visitors expected here tomorrowFor Newberry, sponsored by the visitors at 3 p.m. -

State Auditor E. O. Ellison the first annual Tobacco Dewberry. American LegionPost
with 28
A baby contest, entries
suggested the utilities commis- Festival staged by the local and Auxiliary; will begin at 3:10
VARTANIG G. VARTAN COMSAT was offered to the. p.m.
NEW YORK-The Communications II public at $20 a share on June 2. sion tighten control over use of Gordon, Rimes American Legion Kay Wright daughter of Mr. At 4 p.m., a talent contest, under

Satellite Corporation said Price Rises 83 Per Cent This block of 5 million shareswas credit cards to make long distance -Post. and Mrs. Eldridge Wright of the direction of Mrs. IraJ.

Thursday its first report to I parceled out mostly in 5- telephone calls. Tom Cannon Jr., Post commander High Springs, sponsored by the I Davis, will begin, apd-at 5
share Financial operations of the said this morning that High Springs Lion's Club; there will be band and
shareholders that more than and 10-share lots to meet p.m.
130,000 persons owned stock in In 13 Weeks Since Debut ,the demand. The top allocation state central prison office, road everybody is talking about the Nancy Willingham of Gaines- twist contests under the direction

their own names in this na was 50 shares to a customer.So prison camps and the prisons at festival, which gets under way, ville, sponsored by the New- of J. J. Waters. -

tion's first commercial venture far, COMSAT has been a Raiford, Avon Park and Lowell at 2:30: p.m., and that a big. berry Janis Garden Club;Biewend of A gopher race, sack race and

into', space. -An estimated 65,000 stock- age houses and banks. stock that fooled Wall Street were improved over prior audits, attendance from all surroundingtowns Gainesville Lynn theHigh greased pole climbing contest

Meanwhile, in brisk trading holders own. from 11 to 50 COMSAT shares Thursday en- experts. In less than 13 weeks, but improvements were, neededat is expected. sponsored Elementary by will be staged at 5:30: p.m.,

Thursday COMSAT shares shares. joyed what one trader called "A the shares have boomed 83 per the Glades institution,' Santa Noting the everyday rains of Springs with Ira Davis as chairman.
School PTA
boomed to a new high of $36.75in ,-Nearly 3,700 shareownershold wild day." cent above the offering price. Fe and in Avon the industries Park the operation audit- late, Cannon said that the: Sara Sanders; of High Springs, Cannon said that a "big time"is

.the over-the-counter market. between 51 and 100 shares. "That stock opened tradingat Basically, the reason for this at weather would be the controlling I sponsored by the High Springs promised for all and that the

Other highlights of the The total number of owners $34.25 and ran right up to performance is that the average said.The also showed the factor as to attendance. He saida Woman's Club; day's festivities will be cappedoff

report show: probably runs somewhat higher $36.75," he said. "Then it person who bought the stock report big tent is being erected on I Martha Jane Odom and with a coronation dance
worth of merchandise
-The average public share- than 180,000 persons, COM- eased back a bit but came back has held on to it. This createda theft from of $5,500 the canteen at Raiford- the American Legion groundsto .: Pamela Sue McCaleb, both of starting at 9 p.m. Music will be

owner holds 27 shares. COMSAT report show: strong to close at $36.75. That's shortage of shares and the provide shelter in case oi Lake City. supplied by the Suwannee River
-Nearly half of the share- asmuch as at least 50,000 other right at the top." stock has climbed briskly. State Prison, which was discov-
The Festival grounds adjacent Boys.
: holders, or about 52,000 persons, individuals bought shares now The former high of $35.25 was Many Wall Street observers ered by prison authorities. The rain.Highlight of the festival will I

own 10 shares or less. being held for them by br ker- made on Aug. 3.Readers' had sell-off before persons were caught and $3,426of be the contest to select High
expected a the loss was recovered.
this time. 'Springs' first Tobacco Festival

II II queen. Nine candidates for the Pupil Shifting
Youngsters below voting age
Dade Can'tGet title have entered the contest.
account for a significant segment -
They are to register at the
of the COMSAT owners. :
Request Delay Woman's Club at 5:30: p.m. to- Deniedmentary
The company said that sharesare morrow. The contestantsand Appeals
held as custodian for minors TALLAHASSEE (AP) A queen
judges will then be feted at .. _
I
The following market quotation by about 16,000 stockhold special session of the Florida

of are ft.requested Sun financial specifically, pa,.. by The readers M. ers. These persons are representatives -Legislature would not help Dade a dinner at the Woman's Club. By CLJF CORMIERSun tunity for daily string classes.
tton are furnished by STOCK LISTINGSPierce the report noted, of County delay putting court or- The queen contest will get Under Education Writer "We'll be glad to share the

WnlbernMurphey I an even larger number of share- dered property assessment into way at 7:30 p.m. at the services if they want to trans
,, Legion Home, with Sen. J. The School Board refused to
their children to Gainesville
-
holders who bought shares with effect, Atty. Gen. James Kynes port
their children in mind. Emory (Red) Cross as masterof change its policy on pupil reassignment ," the superintendent said.
NEW. YORK STOCK NoIndPS .. 1.48 60 Fla Nat'l Bank __ 64th said.Dade ceremonies. yesterday in the

EXCHANGEAbbott No Nat Gas 1.80 57% .Fix Tele _..___ 29 The corporation notified County was ordered by The candidates will be face of two appeals from par- Manning said the daily class
for the
Lab ... _... 2.40 41% Olin Math ._ 1.20 43 Forrest Labs ._ __-._. 25% shareowners Thursday that at the circuit court to assess prop- queen ents, but changed the schedul- county pupils probablywill
looks talent be in the afternoon after
judged on poise
Allied Chem 1.80 52% the first annual meeting to be erty on the 1964 rolls at the just
Owens II G 2.50 101% Founders Life .-------.---. _-. 8 ing of music classes in the
and Candidates school. It's he said
possible,
Amerada Pt .._ 2.00 82% Pac G & E _ 1.00 31Vi Franklin Lil _ 57% held Sept. 17 in Washington, value required by the state con personality. are: process.
Am Elec Pow 1.16b 44% Pac Lting --- --- 2.40 29% Great American _ 12 D. C., public stockholders will stitution.. The circuit court order Marian Kay Johnson, daughter Denied by Mr. that Mrs. Reaves' elementary
was a request classes will be curtailed to
accommodate -
Amer Enka 1.40a 59% PacT&T--- 1.20 28% Grolier -. 41 elect six directors to the 15- was upheld by the Florida of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Johnson and Mrs. Lucius B. Gravely III the
county pupils.
Amer Hone 1.44a 67% Pan Amer A 1.20 31% Gulf Life 531h member board. Supreme Court and the county of High Springs, sponsoredby of Archer to have their son reassigned -, There was no indication that

Amer M. Fdy .90 19 Parke Dav 1.00 27% Home Ins __ 66 The 163 communications com wants a special legislative session the local Junior Woman'sClub from Newberry Highto other pupils, other than the
any
Armco Stl 3.00 72% Pennzoil 2.00 35% Jar Minit Mkts .-.-_ 7% panies that own the remainingfive to pass a delaying law. ; Westwood Junior high in September -Gravely boy, will attend the

Atch Topka 1.20a 34% Pfizer .BOa 48% Kennasaw Life -_---_---_ 12% million shares also will Kynes said special legislation Virginia Rees, daughter o{Mr. county sessions.

Baxter Lab .,?.?.....?-.. .36 25% i Phelps DG --- 3.00 71% Life of Fla 7Lowes elect six directors. President, would violate the state constitu and Mrs. William J. Rees of
--- Last Gravely told the The School Board adopted
Beckman ......... 61% Polaroid .20 174% Company 20 Johnson will designate the three. tion. Williston, sponsored by Land- year, recommendation.Also .
board when his was an ele- Manning's
Beech Lf S 1.10 47% Pub Sv E G .; 2.60 38% Milgo Electron 11% other board members. _son_ .
pupil they had to drive denied was an appeal
Bristol My .80 69% Pure Oil -. 1.60 58% Mort Guaranty Ins 25%
COMSAT shares have been approved him to Gainesville so he could from Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ship-
Brown Shoe 3.40 98% Rayonier 1.00 35% Pacific SW Air _- 41 Adds Another $1 Million
-- for listing on the New attend the string class once a man of Earlton who wanted
Brunswick -_- 8% Rexall .501:: SO% Schlitz Brew 47% .
York Stock Exchange but no week at Sidney Lanier. their 11 year-old son shifted
Cambell S _ 2.40 36 Meto _ .50 36 SecurLife&Tr-
Reyn date has been set. It is believed This year the boy will be in from Waldo Junior High to
Carter Pdt -_ 1.ooa 16% Rich Merr 1.00 49% Southern Nitro. 23 For Fla. Appropriations
his schedule Buchholz Junir in Gaines
that trading will begin some Newberry High, and High
CaseJI. -_.-.. 19% RCCOIa1.2070% Travelers Ins 44%
time in September.The will not permit his commuting ville.
Cessna Air ._- 1.00 30% Roy Dutch -- 1.73g 46% AMERICAN STOCK contained a letter WASHINGTON (AP-Florida The compromise bill includedthe for music lessons. The Shipmans said their son,
Ches Ohio 4.00 77% Searle GD .90 63% EXCHANGEAerojetGen report ,.
"
extra amounts for other
picked an $1,050,000for same Jr. told "excellent student not
signed by Leo. u. weicn, toe up Supt. E. D. Manning an was
Coas S Gas -_-- 29%1 Singer -_- 2.00 89% 29% board chairman, and Joseph V. its public works projects in construction projects called for the board that the string mu-I offered a quality curriculum at
CBS _.__ 1.80b41% Smith Kin 1.20a 64 Analex .
Corp 29%
--
Charyk the president. The officials the House-Senate conference on in the Senate and House bills. sic classes were given by Mrs. Waldo consistent with his
Comb __. 1.20 29% 33 ,
Chem
Eng SouCalEd1.05 Aqua 17V4
said "the to the appropriations bills, Sen. These are: Dorothy Reaves at Gainesville grades and abilities. They said
Cone Mills .80 20% St Oil Cal 2.00 64% Aurora Plastics ..............._ 25% create satellite system program is under -! Spessard Holland reported Apalachicola River channel secondary schools five days a the Waldo school did not challenge
Cont Airl .40 22% St Oil Ind ,,2.00b 81% Barnes Engineer .-..r. 20% a
Thursday.The improvement, $100,000; Canaveral -week. their son and the science
Conti Ins 2.20 59%! Sterl Drug .....,.,.....,.?... .65 28% Butler Shoe .-._ 9% way and on schedule. .
COMSAT will eventually orbit. conferees voted $14,150- Harbor, $3,900,000; Cross- In addition, she visited selected program was inadequate.At
Contl Data 90% Texas Util 1.20 62 Chromaloy __ 16%
-
000 for the Central and South Florida barge canal, $4,000,000 elementary schools where Buchholz, said the Ship-
satellites to relay massages ;
_
57 Cinerama
Corn Pdts 1.50 % Textron 1.40 45V ._ 6V
-- The I Florida Flood Control District, Miami harbor, $1,076,000 Lake there was sufficient interest mans, there is an excellent science -
;
Delta Air _ 1.60 79% Tidewater 32% Computer Sci --..._.., 17% around the world. company,
-- .
than the House Worth inlet to South Lake once a week.Manning program.The
role in $650,000 more
Det Steel _. .60 14% TranaWA- 41% Cutter Labs A, 17% is playing a leading
of denied thegrounds.thatThe
said the services
Emerson El ___-_ 1.00 44% Union Pac -_ -. 1.60a 44% Data Control 52% arrangements to televise via originally provided. Worth, $10,000; Palm Beach appeal was on
records
Fair Camera .50g 25% Und Air L 1.50b 49% Fulton Inds 9% satellite the Olympic games in The committee also decidedon harbor, $1,300,000; Port Ever- the string music teacher were boy's
43 Japan starting Oct. 10. $850,000 for the intracoastal glades harbor, $1,254,000 and not an "extra" in the county indicated he was not a "super-
Finan'l Fed % Upjohn 1.00 50% Gen Develop 5% ior" student and therefore in
made
Fst Chartr 1.97f 31% Jim Walter -. 27% Mackey Airlines .........._........ 5% In commenting on future plansof waterway from the Caloosahatchee -Tampa harbor, $150,000. system, but was the fractional possible the same with

Fla E Cst _ 13% War Lamb _ .70 32 ,Mead Johnson .._ 16% the company, the report saidit River to the Anclote River, The conferees approved $200- mainly through teaching units earnedby others. category many
to "begin the wo/Id's $150,000 over the House figure, 000 for planning the Four River parts of
planned
Food Fair ---- _- .90 21% Worthintn -- 1.50 47 Pac NW Tele 23% attendance in Besides, Manning said, there
daily
FMC Corp 1.00 55% Xerox ,---,-,,- 110 Philips Elec 43V4 first commercial communications -and $550,000 for Pensacola Harbor -Basins flood control project and Gainesville average schools. are advantages and disadvan-

Frito Lay 41% Zenith 1.20a 67 Redwing Carriers 10% satellite service in 1965, by $250,000 more than the also funds for a number of sur- Manning told the board he will tages in both schools.

Gen Tele ___ .88 32% Ric Group 6 means of a satellite now under House. veys.
"No either of the
OVER THE COUNTERNEW have Mrs. Reaves rearrange one can say
Ga Pacif -- l.OOb 57 .Sperry R. Wts. __._.. 6% construction for the corpora-
YORK (AP) The following bid her schedule so county pupils schools is better than the other
Getty Oil -- .10g 24% Ind asked quotations supplied by the Syntex 68% tion by Hughes Aircraft Comp-- also will have an equal opper- ," he said.
.,. _. l.OOb 58V4 Natloaal' Association of Securities Deal State Office
Grace Co -? irs Inc, do not represent actual transactions Tampa Elec __ 25% any. Bldg.
Hel Curtis .80 15Vi \ but are the NASD's estimate,Tech Measur 20% It also plans to establish "by
within which these securities -
IBM 5.00 452V4 of the could range have been told (bid) or TWA Wts 26 the end of 1967 a 'basic' global

Int Min C -_ --- -------- l.BOa 70% bought (asked): Union Security & Inv. 9% .communications satellite system Find Yankee Cannon Ball

Int Tele --.. 1.00 54K Allco Land -_-. 8% MUTUAL FUNDS in cooperation with other Bids SubmittedArchitects

Kellogg -- .80a 46 Amer Fidel Life .-----. ---- 23 Affiliated Fund 9.03 ,countries," the report said. On Rebel Florida Beach
Lehman CP 1.34e 29 Amer Heritage --- 22% Capital Life & Gr 10.19

Litton In .-. --- -.---_ 1.98f 67 AmerMatlns21 Divers Growth --__. 9.9] Dow Jones Stock Averages Contractors' bids will be opened are Moore and
Lone S cm 1.00 21% Amer Pioneer Life 7% Dividend Shares-,,..UJt 3.82 Tuesday to build the new May, Gainesville. Associatedwith PANAMA CITY (AP) A round cannon ball fired bya

Marsh Fid 1.60 45 Anheuser Busch .-?-_.._ .. 52% Dreyfus-_ _- 20.54 Previous Day | 2nd Hour | Florida Industrial Commission them for mechanical engineering Yankee gunboat in the Civil War was found on the beach

Mrrtin M .-- --.-_ 1.00 18% Anodyne -.-..--,. 4% Fidelity Capit 11.40 building in southeast Gaines is the Gainesville firm near here, unexploded and dangerous after 100 years.Lt. .
McG Hill -- ,.60a 35% Citizens Bank -- ----. 37 Fidelity Fund 18.11 838.52 | 30 Indust. up 1.03 of Ebaugh & Goethe, Inc. Jim C. Bladh, U. S. Navy explosive ordinance disposal

Mead Corp -_ 1.70 45% Comsat Corp 36% Fidelity' Trend 19.14 213.44 j 20 Rails | up 0.30 ville.The $87,000 project calls for a officer, found that the fuse on the eight-inch ball was still ac

Merkd _ 2.00a 42 Conn Lt & Pow ... 37% Fund'tal Invest 11.21: 149.08 | 15 Util. | up 0.23 one story white brick building "Materials throughout the Live. The cannon ball was found by four youngsters diggingon

Nail Airl .80 49% Cowles Mag &: Pb ,_ 11%' Income of Boston _-....... 8.61 and parking for 30 em- building are selected to be main- the beach.
N Y Centl SOg 43%! Dunn&Bradst62: % Incorporated Inc 10.11 299.52_ | 65 Stocks | up 0.40 ployes., The cost figure does not tenance free," said Jack Moore, Research indicated that the cannon ball was fired by the

Nia M Pow 2.00 .57 Firs West. Fin'c'l 12% Keystone K-2 _. 5.66. 4,600,0001 I Volume | 1,920,000 include furnishings and some architect. USS Roebuck in shelling the beach after a Confederate attackin

Norfolk' W 6.00 138. Florida Gas -_ 11% Keystone S-3 -T--_, ..,. 1 17.17i fees. Structure will be concrete 1864 that resulted in the deaths of,two Union soldiers.

Keystone S-4 4.89 Late Site is a three quarter block with brick walls. Floors will be
Morning
Life Investors 10.41Life area south of SE 2nd Ave., be- terrazzo.An .

NEW YORK .TIMES. MARKET AVERAGES. AUG. 13 Stock Fund _..-?., 8.07 tween 3rd and 4th streets. unusual design feature is Woman Killed Train
- (e) Ne. York onm.. Mass. Inv Stock -..--...... 16.89! N. Y. ListingAllis Local offices of the Florida the use of perforated acoustical by

High Low Clole Net Chg. Mass. Inv Growth 9.05 State Employment Service, the ceiling tile for air distribution in
Pioneer Fund ... _. Chal 20% Int Pap 33%
25 Rails 147.88 146.68 147.41 Up .63 Puritan Fund -- _?- _. 10.01 Alcoa 67% Jones&L 80% field office of the Unemployment -the air conditioning and heating On Trestle Near Starke t
2S Industricls 847.49 837.15 843.09 Up 4.07 -- 9.44 Compensation division and system. Conditioned air is fed
Am Air 45% Kais Al 35
Putnam Growth
16.03
SO Stocks 497.68 491.91 495.25 Up 2.35 the Workmen's into chamber above the ceiling
Compensation a
-
TV & Elec 8.13 I Am Can 44% Ken'cott 85% STARKE A 49-year! old dren, saw the approachingtrain

Value Line Inc __,.?.., 5.68 Am Cyan 65tt Loch'd 35% division will be housed in the then filters through perforations Baldwin woman, Mrs. Diana I in time and escaped in

Wellington Fund 15.38 I Am Mot 16tt Lorillard 44% new structure. into the working areas. this, jury. ,
STOCK. Brinson, was killed, early
I FLASHES NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS AT&T 70% Mag'vox 30% I
week by a train on a railroad
MARKETNEW Comp. VoL Close 'Changes Am Tob 33% MM&M 59 Truck-Car

I 117 600 Smith Doug 63% up 3 Ampx Cp 17% Mohasco 15% New Version of Espionage: trestle between Sampson and

YORK (AP-The stock than a point, men subsided, and 116 600 Chrysler 53% up % Anaconda 47% Mons'to 79% Rowell Lakes about three

market rally continued early edged to a slight net loss. I 98 800 Pan Am 31% up % Armour 48% Mont Wd 38% Trade Secretsly miles southwest of Starke. Cl'ashInjures I

this afternoon but the pace of Radio Corp., which controls 98 200 Sunshin Mng 26% up 2% Babcock 33% Nat Dair 84 Stealing
Beth Stl 37% Nat Dist 28% Bradford Deputy Sheriff Rob-,
trading slackened. NBC, and ABC Paramount! 74 900 RCA 31% off %
which has the other nationwide 58 300 Am Motors 16%up % Boeing 54% N. Am Av 49% By JERRY BUCK well-qualified in their own ert G. Green said the woman 13 in LawteyLAWTEY
Gains of fractions to about a I Borden 74V4 Penney 57 fields, getting a job with a competitor !
television network showed little 48 900 Fair Stratos 9 off % RICHMOND, Va. (AP) The had been fishing on the trestle
point among key stocks outnumbered -change. I 47 200 Am Tel Tel 70% off % Bnmswk 8% Pa RR 38 assembly line of a factory turn- is relatively easy." Monday afternoon, and that Thirteen persons

losers. I Steel gained nearly 45 400 Ches Ohio 77% Cater Tr 33% Pep Cola 56% were injured, none seriously
Republic I up % ing out a peacetime product Such perfidy can even reachto when a Seaboard Air Line train
The trend was slightly higher and U.S. Steel a fraction. 42 700 El Celanese 69% Phil Mor 76% in a car-truck smashup here
a point West* 36% up % might seem an unlikely place the highest places. In the she attempted
approached escape -
steels, motors retails, Other steelmakers 42 Chrysler 53% Phill Pet 54CocaCol % yesterday morning on US 301.
among leading 200 CBS 41% off 1H for espionage but it isn't Midwest a number of top officials
rails and airlines.A showed scantchange. 37 500 Tex Gulf Sul 53% off 1 137 RCA 31% of a manufacturing firm by running ahead of It. FlIP Sgt. B. H. Spears saida

more ragged pattern was General Motors was a fractional -I 36 300 MSL Ind 30% up % Com Ed 54 Rep Stl 45% Industrial espionage is a hush- conspired to steal their compa- Green said the woman was hit northbound car operated by

displayed by aerospace stocks, gainer. Ford dipped 35 000 Gen Motors 93% up % Con Cont Edis Can 51 88%% Revlon Rey Tob 42 34% hush sideline whereby an doublehis unscrupulous ny's secrets and go into business !-by the train and knocked 63 Theodore J. Zysk, of Yonkers,
employe can
building materials drugs, oils, slightly. Chrysler, American 29 600 Gen Elec 82% up % Dow Che 69% StReg P 30% salary selling his company's for themselves, he said of I feet by the impact.L. N.Y., rammed a pick-up truck
chemicals and nonferrous met. Motors and Studebakerwere AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE one case. Lured by the prospectof loaded with 13 Negro farm
DuPont 262% Seaboard 52% ,secrets to
a competitor.
V. Boatwright, who was workers the
steady. STOCKS including Negro
als. a cheap supply, one large
EAL 29% Sears 121%
U.s. Smelting ran up 3 points. Volume Close Change r "Such shady'moonlighting customer of the manufacturerput fishing on the bridge at the woman driver Charlie Mae
losses Sinclair
Some sharp appeared.IBM E.Kodak 130 46%
was down more than 5, Du Pont was up more than a I 98 400 Megellan Pete 2% up % Firestone 40% Socony 81 costs the nation's businesses up the cash to get the inter- time, along with his two chil- Davis Moore.

Control Data more than 2. point Anaconda, having raised I 61 200 Nail Pete 3% up % 'Fla P&L 80%, SouthC 62% millions annually," says Auz- ,lopers started. Zysk, his wife and three children

copper prices in Europe, was up 40 800 Tel -A- Sign 5% up % Ford 52% SperryR '13% vile Jackson Jr., a lawyer who Catholics Set and eight of the occupants
The Associated Press Jackson admits that as a law
averageof about a point while other cop 29 400 Bunker Hill 28% up 1% Fnnst Da 12% St Brand 77% heads a committee of the American I of the truck were injured.
60 stocks at noon was up .4 yer he has prosecuted a few
It three vehicles
required
stocks moved irregularly. 24 500 Rusco Indust 4% % Bar_ Association lookinginto
per up Frept Sul 36% StO NJ 86%
at 316.8 with Industrials .6, :cases himself but fends off Inquiries Mass sheriffs
up an ambulance, a deputy
Kennecott lost a fraction. ODD TRANSACTIONS Frueh Tr 33% "Studebak 7 the theft of trade secrets Special
rails .4 and utilities with disarming smile.
up un : a car and the Lawtey mar
Small losses were shown by Purchases ___- 325,890 Gen Dyn 30% Swift 53 and proprietary rights.
changed.The United Aircraft Consolidated Short Sales 3,287 The is Masses for the Feast of the shal's car to take the injuredto
Boeing, GenEl 82% Texaco 80% drug industry particularly -
Dow Jones industrial average Johns- It might involve just a janitor Assumption at St Patrick'sCatholic the hospital, where all were
Edison and Other Sales 321,058 vulnerable to secret'steal
Gen Fda 90% Thiokol 13%
at noon was up 1.03 at Manville Total "Sales 324, 45 Gen Mills 42% U Carb 120 selling scrap.from wastebasketsor ing. One American company : Church will be at 6, treated and released.

839.55. Rails and airlines posted a PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK Gen Mtrs 94 Unit Ain 49% the formula for a new won- made a major breakthrough fora 17, 9 a.m., 12:10 and 6:30 p.m. Damage to the car was estimated .
der that took to de
An initial flurry in CBS followed -string of small gains. MARKET Goodrich 55 Un Fruit 21% drug years wonder drug only to see its Saturday. At St Augustine at $700; the truck, which

overnight news that CBS Prices were generally higheron Advances 62 t Goodyr 43 US Steel 57% velop. formula stolen and sold to a European Chapel, Masses will be at 9 is owned by Luther Hilliard.

had bought an 80 per cent interest the American Stock Exchange Declines 416 Greyhnd 25% Univ Mat 13% "There are even firms that manufacturer. The fed- ajn. and 6 p.m. Confessions was damaged to the extent of

in the New York Yankee In moderate trading. Unchanged .___ 273; Gulf Oil 57%- Westg El 36% specialize i in industrial espionage -eral government began buyingthe I will be heard at St Patrick's about $65.

baseball organization. The stock Corporate bonds,were mixed. Total Issues 1,331 Hon 129% WIns Dix 35% and will help place a spy drug from the European today from 7 until 8 p.m. and Sgt Spears charged the

opened on 7,500 shirts, up % at U.S. government bonda showed New 1963-64 Highs- 59 Int Harv SO Woohrth 28% for a willing industry," Jackson producer because it was cheaper. 'Saturday afternoon only from Moore woman with failure to

42\i. pushed its gain, to,.more almost,DO,things New 1963-64 Lows -.14 IntNkk: .73% said. "Since the spies are asuAl- 4 to S o'clock. yield right of way


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Gets Florida



W The Campaign V-P Hopeful GOP PostHugh the SUN

Krm ffark olmra The mayor's attack on Gold- .

ByEARLMAZO water was in a statement he Edwards, Gainesville .0 II 1I

1Adlai NEW YORK Mayor Robert -issued as chairman of the All builder, has been named to a POLICE, FIRE REPORT Johnson, Reddick; Hoover :. i

Wagner called Thursday for Americans Council of the Democratic top Republican post in the par- Accident Roundup I Munden Willis tan; Sallie Dlx. j

in Political Arena peace.in Cyprus and chargedSen. National Committee. His ty's statewide campaign organization Involved in accidents re- on, High Springs; Bonnie |

Barry Goldwater, the Republican call for peace: in Cyprus was.instatement ,. according to the GOP ported' by the Gainesville Police I Jones, Keystone Hieghts; Willie : I

presidential nominee, a he issued "as mayor state chairman. Alachua County Sheriff's Dunbar, High Springs, Olive : I

Hits International ExtremesNEW with making a "phony" repudiation .and as a private citizen.", Tom Fairfield Office and Florida Highway Pa. Boyles, Live Oak; Lucian Pre- ::

of extremism.Kennedy. The statements were quickly Brown of Tampa trol in the last 24 hours were: vatt, Starke; Lithe Barren, -

interpreted by .several Democratic appointed Austin M. Rose, Friendsville, Trenton; Sidney Martin, New- :2:: I

YORK (AP-Adlai E. 'publican presidential nominee tain sound from Hershey yester- leaders as further evidence -Edwards: Ala. Term., and James E. Johnson, berry; James Ramsey, Mican-, ,. :I

Stevenson has attacked "ex- i.by name but left little doubt as day, U I correctly interpret the interest of in Wagner's becoming the continuing Democratic chairman chua County of the Atlanta south of, on Micanopy 1-75 about at two 2:05: miles p.m. opy Robert; Maude Beckham Glass, Hawthorne.Hawthorne; *: 1

treme!.in international politics"in to his target in addressing the words that came to us from San In Senate vice -' presidential candi- Goldwater for yesterday. DISCHARGED *
American Bar Association Francisco, there will, indeed, bea J
reference to the Chinese I date. President campaign Joda W. Newsome Jr., Wal Lilliam Herring, Julia Vetter ::

Communists and apparently to [Thursday night conspicuous choice available. Suits LBJ Statements by Wagner on foreign and.bas do, and Tommy Thomas. 2301 I Baby Boy Dowdy, Baby Boy :

He said each of the extremes Stevenson, twice the unsuc- affairs and national politics I nominated Edwards SE 12th St., at NW 6th St. and Smith, Dorothy Sapp Ethel ..

Sen. Barry Goldwater. 'demanded more aggressive tactics cessful Democratic nominee for C) Nrm lark "ttnt. have been few and far be .I to serve 16th Ave. at 10:42 p.m. yester Norman, Claire Noegel, Mrs. t

'The-ambassador to the United to win a world victory over president, was referring to the By R. W. APPLE tween. 'as a presidenEdwards day.Wilhelmina Nadine Owens and son, Walter t

Nations did not mention the ReIN the other. Republican "unity" meeting at NEW YORK President Coming now, at a time when tial elector for the Republicanparty. B.- Voodre, 2540 Long, Pheraba Meade, Rheba

Stevenson said he originallyhad Hershey, Pa. Sen. Barry Gold- Johnson has made it clear that there is some speculation on his I SE 9th Place, and Richard R. Campbell, Bernard DeBo. s e, :

THE AND COUNTY FOR ALACHUA JUDGE'S COUNTYIN COURTIN intended to speak on inter- water, the GOP presidential he is in sympathy with At- chances of being chosen as Edwards' recommendation by O'Quinn, 613 W. Univ. Ave., in I Helen Tyson, Laura Tucker, ...

RE.: national law but that he had decided candidate, was nominated at the torney General Robert F. Ken- President Johnson's running Brown to Gov. Farris Bryant the first block of SE 15th St. at Thomas Gause, Mrs. Dolores *

EstateEFFIE MAE< NORRIS to discuss politics "now San Francisco convention. nedy's ambition to be a senator mate, they had only one mean- means that Edwards will cast 6:30: p.m. yesterday. 'Standley, Allene Seaton, Mrs. :
DtCMMd. ing to several Democratic lead- Robert E. Perrine, 226-R Fla. Gloria Russell and -
that the quadrennial political fit from New York. one of Florida's 14 electoral son, Mary
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll of Effle Is upon us." Sources close to the Wh i t e ers."Of 'votes should the Republican ticket III, and Becky T. Heeb, 32 NE I Alice Hatch Mrs. Judith Payne -

Mae Norris.creditors deceased.of the are Estate hereby notified Hitting at extremes both in U.S. LandsParatroops House said Thursday that the course these statementsshowbisinterestinthe win In the state. 45th St., at N. Main _St. and 6th and daughter, Effie Edwards, -
and required to file any claims or vice Ave. at 4:11 yesterday. Paul Steve McCann -
p.m.
Mulling
President had ,
communicated ,
have against I
which
demands they may China and at home, he said,
said Estate in the office of the County his attitude to several influen- presidency," on said Wednesday Edwards also holds the postof Nonie W. Davis, Micanopy, Andrew Okus, Parnick Williams. .:
Florida tn te ends of the
Judge of Alachua County. "The two political I treasurer of the
assistant
Courthouse at Gainesvttte. Florida within tial Democrats here including night. and Herbert C. Whitehouse, 3103 S
six the first calendar publication months of from this Notice.the date Each of spectrum" often vibrate in har- Mayor Robert Wagner., I In referring to Goldwater's Florida state Republican execu- NW 13th St., at NW 6th St. and August 11, tHe

claim' or demand must be In writing mony. I speech Wednesday at a Republican -tive committee.He 7th Aw. at 11:24 a.m. yester- BIRTHS
.... However
I it
emphasizedthat -
and must state the place or residence was
post office aadress of the claimant end "Both extremes in interna- In Congo Johnson had not attemptedto unity conference at Her- said the county Goldwater: day.John Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cameron -

must agent be or sworn his attorney to by the er claimant it will beCome tils tional politics are lethal," he promote Kennedy's undeclared -shey, Pa., the mayor stated: for President campaign'also is I T. Trowell, Lake Butter 3730 S.E. 14th Terr. a I

void according to law. said, "and for the same reason : LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo But he has "Barry Goldwater's shotgun a part of the state-wide cam- and Lawrence E. Levin, 14 SW boy; Mr. and Mrs. Willie I _

D.. ,,Dated"- this 5th day of August.A. -they ignore the fragility of (AP) Forty U.S. paratroopers candidacy.said that he felt reportedly the-repudiation of extremism is paign to elect other Republican 1st St., at NW 13th St. and 19th Campbell, 601 N.E. 17th St., a I

-Mabelto Stand Allen man's survival; they play dead- I landed here Thursday night to attorney general w 0 u 1 d phony enough to be funny if: I nominees to county and state of- Lane at 11:10 a.m. yesterday. girl;' Mr. and Mrs. Roger "

MAEBELLE BLAND ALLEN. ly games t>n the brink of disas- ride U.s. helicopters on rescue the issues at stake were not so ices. Wilhain A. Post, 11 Frater- Strong, 227 R Flavet III, a girl
Estateof strengthen the entire Demo- 'I
Executrix ef The
s deadly serious. One swallow "The official Goldwater for nity Row University of Florida, ADMITTED
(tile Mat Norris. deceased and support missions in the re- cratic ticket in the state this ,
August FIrs publication 7th. 1964. en ter."I have heard," he continued, I olt-torn Congo. does not make a summer President headquarters for and Welby B. Potts, 1125 NW Oscar Ogletree, Clara Rob-

FAGAN. CROUCH 1 ANDERSON "that the object of the exercise fall.In and one half-hearted statement Alachua County will soon be opened 10th Ave., at SW 10th St. and inson, Patricia Arras, Wanda I.
First Street addition the sources disclosed -
Southeast
212 officials ,
U.S. Embassy in this
Gainesville Florida from one side at least-is to the President has as- under duress doesn't make a at 1228 West UniversityAve. 8th Ave. at 11:06 ajn. yester Carraway, Mrs. Linda Strong; : I
Attorneys for Executrix 'clear choice'110f capital say the paratroopers are so called moderate out of a .," added Edwards. day. ___ Betty Frierson Nancy Heseh, -
OW7I 17. 14 71. 7* offer the voter a sured Wagner that he will continue -
not here for combat but to
leadership. A I tho u g h the Piltdown man."Governor DWI I Rosa Turner, Martha Fulwood,
to regard the as I
guard four C-130 transport mayor Rockefeller now Austin M. Rose Friendsville,
forth a less eerie Mrs. Inez Campbell, Julia Vet.
trumpet gave the state's Democratic leader TrespassArrest
WE GOT j planes supplied to Congolese seeks to erase the recollectionof Tenn., was charged by the Flor-: ter, Allene Seaton, all of '
for and other -
.... Court ef the County Judge. Ala- forces. patronage political his bitter words in San Fran- ida Highway Patrol with driving: Gainesville; Jeffery Coley, Al
'chva Ceirty Florida In Probate. matters, regardless of 'cisco by his warm embrace of MadeA while intoxicated after he was achua Helen Alachua
la re Estate .f The men and planes are whether Kennedy is elected. I ; Tyson, ;
NELSON H. GOODWIN he new-old Goldwater. The involved in an auto wreck on: Audrey Beasley Trenton Mildred -
,
U.S. ef. ,
viewed
I Deceased as an expanded The has I
attorney general reportedly -
man was arrested -
SO BIG'CAUSE T* All Creditors and Persona Having fort to bolster the central Congo top Republicans, by chang i n g 30-year-old 1-75 at 2:05 p.m. English, Cross City; Dixie
CUlms er Demands Against SaM Estate told confidantes that 'their often begin to last night for investigation Fire Calls I
positions so Fulmer Hall
Mayo Randy
; ,
: jov eminent against the spreading he intends to make the race. the
of trespassing near
You and each of you are hereby non- remind one of a tumbling team At 12:34 p.m. yesterday, auto i Waldo; Jerry Harris, Newberry;
WE fled and required to present any claims Communist-backed rebel NW 13th St.
Manor Motel
and demands which you. or either of I which would be diverting if on afire in the first block of NW Wayne Henderson, Keystone
CHARGE SO LITTLE you.NELSON may H.have GOODWIN against the deceased.estate late ef offensive.The they were not trying to elect by police alerted by a "peep 1st Ave. Heights; Carol Wilson, Ft.

rentacarfomECONOCA of Alachua said County County, to Florida The County, at his Judge office: of In paratroopers are mem- Has one of them to the presidency, ing torn" report. ALACHUA GENERAL Bragg, N. C.; Alva Smith,

the court house of said County at Gaines bers of an airborne division Enough ;with its awesome power for Under investigation tod a y HOSPITAL Melrose; Winifred Crapps, Live

I ville.months Florida.from the within tim of the six first calendar publication from Fort Bragg, N.C. life and death and for liberty was Horace Wesley Barr, 30, August 13, 1961 Oak; Mary Hatch, Alachua;
of this notice. Each claim or demand DelegatesNEW and slavery for all mankind." 2nd Place. Barr BIRTHS Rheba Campbell. Cedar
'rom3 shall b* in writing and shall state Armed with light weapons, in- of 421 SE a Key; ,
-r- the place of residence end post office cluding grenade launchers and Negro, was arrested near the Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Howe, 616 William Mooney, Trenton; Dorothy -

Gas Oil. Insurance All Included address sworn to of by the the claimant.claimant; his and agent shall his be bazookas, the paratrooperswere YORK (AP) Atty. AnniversaryNEW scene by police who answereda N.W. 32nd Ave a boy; Mr. and Sapp, Newberry; Jefferson -

NO DROP CHARGETO attorney so filed and shall any be such void.claim or demandnot expected to fly missions Gen. Robert F. Kennedy apparently YORK Is call from an occupant of the Mrs. Max Brown, 280-12( Corry Harrison, Trenton; Charlie
(AP-Today)
JAX AIRPORT CLAIBORNE M. GOODWINAs close to rebel-held territory. Observers has a sure majority of motel who reported a "peep Vill., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Copeland, Micanopy; J a iii e
administrator of the Estate the 19th anniversary of the end
Phone FR 6.3644 of NELSON H. GOODWIN. here believed they the delegates to the Democraticstate I. ing torn." Steve Reuthinger, 2040 N. E. Hudson, Otter Creek.
of World War II. The Japanese
OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL First publication deceased; July 24. 1,*4MU might have to fire on the rebels, convention to win the nom surrendered 14 1945-, Police Chief W. D. Joiner 15th Terr. a boy. DISCHARGEDEmma
( ) 7:24. 31> 8:7. 14 ination for U.S senator. on Aug. ADMITTEDMary Frashier, Mrs. Harriet -
said Barr known to
defend themselves.NOTICE was police
to
.. ',aa I cornIer V-J Day. Alice Bryan Frank I
Counties regarded in his and had no apparent connection -I Lieberman and daughter,
OF ELECTIONBe
It known that I. TOM ADAMS. or leaning toward him, SALE OF PULPWOOD Tadlock, Mrs. Irma Cline, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Hilley and daughter
of
with the case a prowler -
Producers! Sealed bids will be received for the sal
Attention Livestock of State of the Stat of Florida Beulah Dees Mrs. Dawn Harris
do Secretary hereby give notice that a GENERAL have,more than 700 delegates to of Hardwood and-or Pine Pulpwood lobe who has been terrorizingwomen Lillie Hopkins, Nancy Me-
ELECTION will be held In Alachua the convention here Sept. 1. This II by opened the Florida at 3:00 Division P.M. August of Corrections M. 1944 recently. Wetona Barton, James Curdy, Carolyn Griffin, Mrs.
County. Florida on Tuesday next sec Santa Fe Correctional Farm Gaines- Pogue, Mina Bidenbough, Mrs. Lee and I
ceeding, the first Monday in November tally, however, does not mean Marguerite son, Mrs.
Florida. Bid Menks and terms Clf
If yea It.,. hogi or cattle to A.third D..day 1964 of the November said Tuesday to fill being the following the- that support in all these coun-: this vilie sale can be obtained personally or Sally Brown, Steve McC ann, Beverly Richardson and son,

sell new or in the future please offices: ties would be solid. by Superintendent writing or, calling Santa W.Fe Earl Corrections Farnelk' Cemetery, Paul Mulling, Andrew Okus, Diane Linville, Mrs. Anne

contact one of th-buyers ,jt United States SenatorRepresentative in Congress for the Eighth There will be 1,144 delegate I Farm Phone 3769027, Rout. 2 Box 31 Arlington National Peggy Shaw, Mildred Howe, Whitehead and daughter, Ruby

Cope I,net Sausage Company, and Three Congressional(3) Justices District of the Supreme Court. votes and 573 will be needed for: Gainesville((3556) 1:14 Florida.21CALL was established 100 years_ago. Atha Hamilton, Mrs. Lavada Rhebery, Henry Penny, James
Groups 1. 2 and 3 nomination. FOR BIDS It contains the graves of approximately -Reuthinger, James Anders on, Ozment, Mrs. Jo Anne Crosby,
live' them an opportunity to .,, One (1) Judge of the District Court of MUNICIPAL WATER 124,000 service-
Pearl Rehbein all of Gainesville
Appeal for the First Appellate District. I. Kennedy has not announcedfor AND David Smith, Hubert Stewart,
buy your livestock. + One Circuit.(1) Circuit Judges. Eighth Judicial the nomination, and has said SEWERAGE PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT men and is visited by more ; Parnick Williams, Willis- Nancy Hesch, Wayne Henderson

Governor he would not consider running CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA than two million persons an ton; Lynda Benton, Archer; Dixie Fulmer, Randy Hall,

COPELAND OFFERS YOU Comptroller Secretary of Stat without "express approval" by by SEALED the City PROPOSALS Clerk. City of will Starke.be received Florda nually. Irene Hall, Shamroch; Bitha John Edwards, Thomas White.

Commissioner of Agriculture New York Mayor Robert F. until 7:00 P.M. (Eastern StandArd
Treasurer Time on August 28. 1944 and public
4 BIG ADVANTAGES! Attorney Gen.rllSuperintendent Wagner. opened thereafter at the special City
of Public Instruction Council Meeting to be held on that
I
Florida Public Utilities Commissioner Wagner, the state's topranking date for addition end Improvements to

1. Cash market every day. State Circuit Attorney of Ota Eighth Judicial; Democrat, speaks highly of the municipal consisting of sanitary(a) sewage sewerage treatment system Defends Employing Man .

2. No commission. Public Defender Eighth Judicial Circuit Kennedy but has not endorsed plant. including new contact aeration
One (1) Member of the House of Representatives unit. clarifier aeration unit digester
air blower system chlorine con t a c t
3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs. County Judge him.Backers of Rep. Samuel S. chamber laboratory and Influent pumping
Clerk of the Circuit Court station with commlnutor, pumps. Accused in Case
4. ,Can burnish hauling for sufficient quantities. Sheriff Stratton of Amsterdam are con- drives and modifications end (b) gray Otepka
Tax Assessor
Tax Collector I tinuing to fight for the nomina Ity Alt trunk work sewer.performed shall be In accordance -
County Superintendent of Public Instruction. -, with the plans specification.
tion. Stratton who he is
says
,CALL COLLECT and contract documents pertaining thereto -
462-1011
Supervisor of Registration not a declared candidate,! which may be examined at the office By CLARK MOLLENHOFF had been a wire-tap or any listening ward In trying to oust Otepka -. I Ion
Three (3) Members ef the Board ot
of the City Clerk. City of Starke.
County Commissioners. Districts 1. X claims party support in 35 of the Florida and at the Office of Reynolds Cowles Washington Bureau I device on the telephoneof charges that are not dependV: Tent _"

% .CLAUDE, PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK Two and(2)5 Members of the Board of Public state's 62 counties. Most of the Smith ,and 401*Hills Boulevard Architect Center and Drive Engineers WASHINGTON, D.C. -- William Otto Otepka, the depart- upon testimony from Rettly --
Instruction Districts 2 and :3 35 are small. (Post Office Box 4450), Jacksonville Florida ment's chief security investigator. -and Hill.
I NORMAN VCECH County Judge of Solicitor the Court of Record The nomination is for the seat purchased. Plans from and Reynolds.specifications Smith may and be Crockett, deputy under ..-

County SurveyorIn I held by Republican Kenneth B. Hills for the sum of S24.00 per set the secretary of state, has defended He said Otepka has admitted
Whereof. have
Testimony cost; of one set of plans and specifications Crockett said that severe action that he
hereunto set my hand and who he hasn't will be refundable to General Contractors gave information to
Keating, says employment of a man
the Great Seal of the was taken by the State Department -
CopelandSAUSAGE who submit bona fide bids. upon the Senate Internal
Security
State of. Florida at Tallahassee made up his mind whether he return in flood condition within ten (10 accused of giving untruthful on two other men
r.le Capital this Subcommittee which Crockett
However days after bid opening. Individual copies ,
term.
second -
the thirty-first day of will seek a of the specifications and partial sets testimony under oath to a senate who had denied knowledge of said
A. D.. 1944. constituted a violation of -
July he has the backing of the of drawings be procured for $5.00 ;
may
subcommittee has been
COMPANY TOM ADAMS. SEC. and so.M sheet it the wire-tap on Otepka's tele the .
ALACHUA FLORIDA RETARY OF STATE state organizationand per copy per respectively department regulations. -
l Republican .
not refundable.A learned.
(SEAL) phone. He named them as JohnF. -
Otepka and his contend
Bid Bond properly executed by the lawyer
regarded as a
(354]) I 7. 14. 21. 21 is generally
l- ---- :
Bidder and by a qualified Surity. or e Reilly, the former deputy that he is being for
In addition Crockett has told discharged
,
I candidate.NOTICE. certified or cashier's check on any National
or State Bank ,in a sum not less the Senate Foreign Relat io ns assistant, secretary of state for telling the truth to the Senate
Of INTENTION TO than five percent '\ per cent) of the
security who Crockett said
I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME amount made fl/able to the City of Committee that he has the man was'forced" subcommittee, and for producing -
Pursuant to Section 14509 Florid Starke Florkta must accompany each to resign, and El- records that
he
Statutes. notice is hereby given that tile bid as a guarantee that the Bidder will assigned to a job of coordinating proved was
undersigned. C. D. CUTTS. C. R. CLARK. not withdraw from the competition if- the functioning of mer D. Hill, an electronics ex telling the truth and that his f
doing business under the firm name of ter opening the bids. and in the event personnel
I-i I WHOLESALE. 1490 Hawthorne superiors were giving untruthful -- -
FLORIDA the contract Is awarded to the Bidder.he and security problemsat pert.Crockett
I Road Gainesville Alachua County Flor will within ten (10) days thereafter ":
fictitious the State to determine said that Reilly was testimony on security mat---
ida. Intends to register said enter into contract and furnish the required Department
"Getting a Spare-1 ime I name Statute.under the provisions of the aforesaid felt deposit bond,as failing liquidated which damages.he shall Th for' in what cases disciplinary dealt with severely and still has ters. ** -

Dated at Gainesville. Florida. this 4th tak- no job. He said that Reilly and
Bid Bond and Performance Bond are action should be
Route is theBestThing day of August. A. D.. 1164.CD. required to be secured from an agencyof Senator Hickenlooper Is re-
Hill
(V. Newspaper were involved In the actual
I Cutts the Surity or Insurance Company en. ported to have done most of the
C. R. Clark
which agency shall have an established wire-tapping of Otepka's telephone
r3.5<<) 9:?. 14 21. 2* place of business in the Stat e* Flor Crockett, who was recently questioning in pinning Crockett
,Ida. and be duly licensed to conduct and denied it.
Air Conditioning 'business therein. promoted to the Foreign down on the State Departmentviews

BY II I,City Each Council bid shad City be of ddres Stark.ed, Florid fe; the Service rank of carreer minister Crockett made the distinctionthat in excusing Belisle'i ouii _

FEDDERSAdd 'and' marked "Municipal Water, and Sewerage said he found no fault Belisle was out of the truthful testimony. : -. ,

'Starke,Improvement Florida- and Program delivered City to the Of with, the decision to continue country when the wire-tap was The case Is expected to* be -

That Bill central air conditioning to I Office of. either the City by a Clerk.representative City of Starts.Florida. of the. David- Belisle as a trusted 'employee put on the Otepka telephone, developed in greater detail In
I
hot air central I heating ... Or Bidder wna shall ebtain a receipt There of his office in the face and learned, of it at a later the next week before the Senate

N1 savings.have both installed at bit fore receipt or requested.by registered mall wttti return. of Belisle's changes In testi time so did not have first hand Internal Security Subcommittee. -

I The City reserves The right to waiveInform.lltiel personal knowledge at the time .
Ever Did"When FREE ESTIMATES in any bid; to reect| anvor mony.
CALL all bids In whole *r In part with *r he denied knowing anything of
without causa and-or to accept the bids Although Belisle is employed .
that In Its Ivdgmenf will be for the best Crockett such a wiretap.In .
Ray ,French'sAIR Inttrtit of use City ef Stark, FIrW directly under him, Bryant Ending
= elt. CITY THI COUNCILOf testified under questioning by his testimony, Crockett
CONDITIONING
; CITY Of STARKE. FLORIDA Senator Bourke B.- Hickenloop New York
: indicated
HEATING SERVICE that Reilly and Hill Trip
BY MERRILL EDWARDS.
a mother watches her son become an 714 N.W. 23rd I..... 2-3705 I City Clerk er., Rep.Ia:, that he, is not
I (1X571 7"31, t:7. 14 sure to what extent Belisle were not fired for giving untruthfultestimony -
clert. reliable and resourceful businessman .
young when 'to the Senate TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gor.
as he serves and builds a .newspaper changed his testimony Internal Security Subcommitteebut Farris Bryant was scheduled to
IT ISN'T GOSSIPYOU called back before the Senate
route It's no :wonder that she is so glad Internal Subcommittee after for having taken part in the return to Tallahassee today after 1

(?) and proud. And that Dad is too! giving untruthful testimony:: wire-tap. He indicated that a week long visit to the New
CAN GET A i there was no displeasure with York World's Fair.A .

A newspaper route is, one of the few opportunities .. iI I Senator Hickenlooper is reported Belisle for giving the untruthful spokesman in Bryant's office

I left in our modern world where a PAYDAY to have commented that testimony under oath, and said the governor wouldbe

young man can . earn a weekly profit !it was Interesting to note that that ,no action against Belisle at his desk .Saturday morn

. take trips . win prizes. gain Belisle, despite ther errors in is anticipated. ing. Bryant has scheduled a
LOANfrom his testimony under oath, was conference for aft
valuable business.training . and develop press Monday
continued In a position of importance Crockett said that the State ernoon.

poise, confidence and initiative.If where} he is over other Department may be forced to :The governor was in New'

you'are between the ages of 12 and 16 people and makes decisions and drop some of the ouster York ,to help celebrate: Florida

and would like more information on how 525 to 5600 recommendations on dlsclpli charges that Reilly filed. Week at the fair. He took part

you cant become a Sun Carrier Salesman call I nary matter. against .Otepka because Reilly in special ceremonies at the

FR 28441. A representative will be happy to While uncritical of Be 1 I isle, and Hill would be material wit- Florida Pavilion Monday to In-
.l"I nesses. He said Reilly and Hill Florida
.... Crockett said that without trying augurate Day.
talk
to you. And It's Confidential I had discredited themselves by
to pass the buck be wished
from :
;to emphasize that Secretary of their' testimony before the Senate

'State Dean Rusk and underSecretary subcommittee so it wouldbe Although the giraffe has the

Marion Finance Co. of State George Ball difficult for the departmentto longest neck of any modem

(&.ahtesuiltt i1t11.r handled most of the final decisions use them u witnesses for mammal it has only seven

Home Town_Folks Serving_ Home Town Folks In connection with Deflate the purpose of ousting Otepka. neck bone. This Jf the same

: t-5131 and his testimony Ih which he However; Crockett laid that nUmb found In the. cow andths'mouse.
218 :W. Univ. Avt. FR
I denied knowledge that there the department will pub for, j
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Friday, August 14, 1964 Gafnetvlllt Sun 15

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4- Pertorutixeo' Service /12 Mele Help. WonteJ SI Mobile Home For Sole .. --I II I

WANT-AD RATES:
KIlT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT t-OR RENT or sue WO" New ; i
Beauty on I Budget MMnI nest Suave e.gerfsncs Moon traitor. 10 x SS win take rIilAI5OJ3lClRlAM1 .,
PH. 372844)Classified Alt work guaranteed end fee able to furnish references. smaller trailer for equity' end ., I
i Perm. S3 up Sham-set II jO up Age 21-50. starting salary based take Phone PR .
t 14 E. Univ. Ave. :372772 on experience and ability. Contact t3 va payments. "I
for Open p'gMs' by apot J. F. Clarke at Clarke's 1313. .b .' !
Shed TV* Service South Main -' .
IYLARGIO1DSEIL! *
S TRAVEL INFORMATION et 4th Ave. Pit. FR ttso. ACROSS 29. Started ..1

Only MECHANIC ever 30 with own BUTTS .. 1.Rancor 31.Heraldic VJJRI5I5IAIYI '
1 WANTED rwerhj Tie* Yer*. Nw. tools. Apply In' person. Millers 'I
Jersey er part Snere expenses ',' 7.Pants ltd IAR1UltIAti'TIoI --, "III
Esse. Mr. Miller im SW 13th
DEADLINES ft "':'It..vWs, soon. St.FULL. c 12. King of the 32.Droll fellow IDIosIIt.IMoIvT1i1 -= '
J._Hill Vt- 4". Mobile -
TIME salesman' ,....ted. Re- fairies S3.Biblical [5IMTMRIAITli
Tves. thn 'p'. paper*-I ".m. Day betor pubHcaHo C SPECIAL NOTICISDICK tall clothing, and furnishings. Experience 13. Carmen, cony'
For ads t. go In Sun. a er-IIOO ajn. Sat. Mcessery In retail sell- ( *
For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn Sa*. ) Falemtn who attended Ala- Ing. Salary commensurate with HomesINC. Manon, etc 35Casbetr. .

I chve Count/ High School w nl.r abUlty and experience. m day 14.Tun back pecan etc. c'
(Minimum M 4 tlnt l of 1tt0 and Wll Is at nit Thomi week Insurance benems. Write 37.Wire measurement I1'fIt. A .. -
Hotel until Friday even,",. resume to box 4 i-A to arrangefor 15. Slope at an [ [
FAMILY RATES Would be had to receive calls personal Interview. NEW angle kkls t4o N s1.N -

1 Insertion ............. s.c... 111m.I from. any ins wfw remember WANTED experienced grtu coo*. 4 .*. 10 & 12' WIDES 16. City in 33. Large SOLUTION :
3 Insertions ........ TJc Una apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- ::c' also Minn. 41.Beauty OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZU :
S Insertions ................................ .........< 17t tint will not be responsible fir any rent., 31. NW 13th St. CAMPERS I parlor .
12 Insertions!' ./.. lie line debts incurrred by anyone ether We needS 25 trade-Ins this month IT.Frtsh 48.Stage dlree3..Tax -

Total charge computed by mulfplylng total lines x rat earned than IX myself It6C. after this date. 'August NATIONAL ing for men organization CM Z1-* Must has open havegood Call us for the best deals. 19.Unit of re43.MIeaI !%1. non in Efizibtthan Chetlet -

x number of Inartleat. Terry Anthony Mathls. MM N. E. working I knowleoge ot basic luctance terral drama 5.Treed20.Hanrd' _
6Th err. electronic For Interview, can 376-8361
I Ftve letter worn per lens F R 23720.WANTED NW tiffs St. at 6th St. On street 45.Marble' DOWN 6.Go InIt

S fitly Sitter ChlU Care University of Florlde parking an around our corner. 22.Sunbeam 46.Sky blue Additional 7.s..ii -. f ----

.. SamsHlflnes student to work full time before Open t AM. to f P.M. each' 24.Not now colors 2.Ctin's slug 1H -...

8Pt. ordinary type I keep infants end children school starts then pert time week CI.,. : T. Deny 47.Sucdnct brother Copycat .'

in horn afterwards. Room rent to constitute ,,__
my I x 40 trailer with I x 20 furnished
1 7 Pt Same as t line* part payment. For Infer- 9.Many
Call FR J-51W. cab na. close to campus In student .
ordinary type motion cell FRMARRIED 0-3010. park, only S1JOO Cell FR a- rrrrrrrrrr,7-1O.bhQP ---
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE I '. See at lot 11, Inquire lot.
Sanalflne, men tSJO f r Industrial I IteM 2" 11.Salt .
T n .
Oil
Day wlu er mo. Ntwberry : IS In Glynwood Park behind Fla. -
I O rt.or1nary typ ... Planned programs. Ptck upat debit e.- -v. Power on Archer Rd. IT I'J 18.Conquer
starting salary toM -
Ltttlewood ana Terwllllgtr --
20.Indite21MalcevaUd
schools. Call FR 2-M47. tunity for right man. Cell :n. FEDERAL QUALITY IS- -

.Same as S tine 7147 for Interview. HOMES INC. _..

24 Pt.36PI. artlniry type TINY TOT WANTED : 4820 NW. lIfts St. Gainesville I /*.. If3f 19 /7 23.AErma.tlTe
FR J-51U Wait, Johnson Mgr.! 24.Moo
PLAY SCHOOL LIVE SNAKES ...
SPECIAL v....... ..., u Dependency .
"'
Visit us end see for I'l'/ 'l' I
h'eurt.lf
.. ,l.F >tt St, FP 4.706<< Reptile Importer would like hi to Southern hire persons California 104 x JOS' Lot for mobile home. 1 f0:: Vh : 'lh : : 26:Resembling -
Sam as 1 tines $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes
in er near Gainesville Fla. to iT tile
capture 1 UUU. 21yi
Prairie. For appointment call -
orlnarytyM 11 FEMALE HELP
I WANTED local snakes. lizards and anv = 26.Me3D.
FR 4-3051.
pht an> and send Them )0 C.))- I -
BOOKKEEPER. Gtntrtt. iome' ..mtJl15s 1omo 1, %rnppTlists sipense. mar CONNOLLYMobile iT .:Barrier

nor will It be Habi:* for any error In advertisement Full-time. M Nc'r"J.t under .' long and 54 cents-ft. for fAWtA Home Sales Inc. I ft S ST ?*
incorrect \insertion thentte cost of the space occvpled efits. Prestige ,;: snakes ever ,'. If Interested send bedroom mobile homes. Many 31 ljj golden touch36.Youngoters ::
extent
to a greater .
No will ville. Writ loa 41k C/. Gainesville your name ft address along with floor plans. 7 year financing.
the to the advertisement. adjustment
Item
by Sun.COCKTAIL. a list of the 5 most common species Drive out today. :3 miles Southof 37
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of of snake In your area to E. Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. o'l"h 35 : 36 39 40 38. Given life : .

the advertisement. WAITRESS over' 21. Meyers. 351 W. Bennett Ave.. 37 -C571 h 39.Arrow _
Apply In person to Thirsty Gator Glen ora, Calif. Irs fun thrifty to crochet this 41 u 43 .
The Gainesville Sun reserves .the privilege of revising er ielectlno &33 N.W. ijth St. after i:oo PJA. furry takes 13 Lowest prices, easiest terms. largest poison
rug skeins of
I MAN wanted for stock room. Some ,."
advertisement which It deems oblectlonal end
any WANTED saleslady, must have lewtry rug cotton. display In central Florida. - - 40. Exploit
chance the classification of any advertisement from that ... : paper work involved. 40 hr. week. We trade for anything. Free delivery 4S 4-
'I store & references.
dared t* conform to the policy\ of the paper. Steady experience position good salary.-I excellent company benefits. Must Cozy comfy bear rug all of up to 100 miles.fRAILER 41.Rested ...
__
be able to write and
plainly
-
loop-stitch 42. birth
crochet. Smart In child's
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. MART r By
check orders. Apply J. M. Fields 41
WANTED experienced waitress.1 Store. Personnel Office. room or for watching TV. Pattern Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 : : 44.Ir'ewk -
>83
I II : directions for 20 x 17-Inch rug.
East Palatka Phone 321-1051
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant PART TIME work for neat' appearing -6;;
310 NW 13th St. man in Men's Dept. includes Thirty-five cents in coins for Ihis Par time 28 mln.A "'ew.f..1 ..

DIVISION MANAGER Sunday work. Must be IS yrs pattern add 15 cents for each WYATT-
Cort Cosmetics has opening for full- of age. Apply J. M. Fields Store pattern for IIt time Manager In Alachua County. Personnel Office.: I special handling. Send to Laura
Must be dependable have car Wheeler. Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft
and phone. experienced In Olrcct I MAINTENANCE Dept., p. O. Box Ul, Old Trailer Sales 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sale I
Selling. Will train. Salary For Chelsea Station. New York It. NY.

I Interview write D. Cox P. O. VACANCIES Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, Pacemaker Home Mobile of Homes WINFRED H. CRAWFORD OWNER LEAVING 3 BR- CCB. I 4 BR, 2 bath CCB A-C. I Ig. utO. '-0#

Box 7471 Orlando Fla. Give resume Large phosphate chemical opera NAME ADDRESS and ZONK. Shasta and Alrstream Reg. Broker, specelUIng In 2 baths pump for lawn. $500 dn. 1 fam. rm., near elem. schoolS ._
CHECK of past experience. ttons\ in central Florida has I Immediate Travel Trailer LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. Assume FHA mortgage. 974-2293: I Boys' Club. S1WOO. $450 drv* _
You BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn vacancies for maintenance NEW FOR WS 200 designs Ocala's First Mobile Home AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose or 2002 N. E. ibm Terr. plus closing. 372-9714. ...
with minimum of more fashions to knit, crochet than -
personnel GR
$-29'
..
Dealer Since 148 I'
By Owner. 7 IV* bath $400
rooms
up to S5 per hour demonstrating five years experience as lourney- everl Plus :3 FREE patterns em-
famous Studio Girt man In the following classifications broidery, dolls' clothes. Send 25 1723 Silver Springs Blvd. Cedar Shoresfine FREDARNOLD for equity payments $90 per
Phone <2135ICK.il Key
Cosmetics. FUll., Pert Time : cents for new Needlecratt' Catalog. month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr.
Phone 374-4334 after Fla. Phone :374-4119.
Maintenance Mechanic: Must have homesites from $2250
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary thorough knowledge and experience VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT SCHULT, Early American, non-waterfront from $1510 FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer -
to begin work by August 21. In general maintain a n ce 1 PATTERNS In deluxe, new Quilt 10 x yr. Hillcrest Trailer Court, equity in 3 a R, 2 bth buIltIne-
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith work. Including welding repair of Book.: For beginners experts. Send Lot A-5. Marina kit.. terrazzo floors cen. heat. -
experience end ability. Industrial pumps piping and materials SO cents nowl LocationsINVEST Phone 3744779. -
beautiful 1964 50x10
FOR RENT
I
Fringe\ benefits. Blue Cross and handlina eauioment. Prefer I
Blue Shield. For Interview contact previous-experience 'In chemicals i mobile home. Early American : facilities needed here REALTORFINLEY By owner. 3 BR. Irt bath CCB -
E. A. Clayton er James L. rock crushing cement concentre design. Avail. 0-23-64. Perfect for home. Assume mortgage Low
THESECLASSIFIED Clayton. Phone 3flS9l.EXPERIENCED tor er related Industry. 18 Schools Institutions I fall trimester. FR 2-9420. between Motel Locations equity. $U Mo., Deed end St. -
Applicants must be in good physical t and S p m. INVEST: accommodations AREA 1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR M5S.. -
SALESGIRLS condition between the ages of IBM machines, 024-026, limited enrollment CUSTOM util. trailer, steel frame
Can Excellent opportunity for two live- 25 and ..s. High school education classes now forming. 10 bed of 2x6 In. wood. I.H. needed Gracious three bedroom two bath REDFRANKS
wire young women who know or equivalent required. The Company Howeil's Business College III W. front axle. Cost $150, ,now S50. residence on a large beautifully
how to sell and inlay sales work. offers excellent benefits Including Univ. Ave. Phone 37-1507. Good tires. 3714874.Ya'll DAVID ANDREWS- shaded lot In exclusive Florida REALESTATE
Park. Large kitchen, living room
This II permanent position with group insurance retirement
and Florida with fireplaceand .
excellent future vacations. 54 holidays, etc. 28 Livestock & Supplies REAL ESTATECEDAR landscaped room patio. S2f,000 with MODERN CUSTOMBUILT home Of '
day week, hospitalization etc. Do Reply with full qualifications to ComeSee KEY 3841 or 3831 good terms. the Frank Lloyd Wright school In .
Employment' Supervisor P. O.
not phone. Sea Mr. Sandefer picturesque natural setting. 3
Box U7. Sartow. Fla BOARD horses good pasture, exercise -
Rutherford's ER. 2 Bath sunken LR with
Jewelen' custom-made 12-wldes at
103 W. our LOW DOWNPAYMENTTwo
An Equal Opportunity Employer track. Taylor Ranch, Wil-
35 Houses
Univ. M.H.M. for Sole fireplace DISTINCTIVE. Only --
Ave.WANTED 10-wlde prices. Approved
llston. Call FR 2-1439. bedrooms with e fireplace
PROFESSIONAL I N S URANCE Top Brands. I yr. financing $1,000 Down plus et & appx.
ITS Operator good work. Corp. needs agents and managers. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a available. See Dad and Brad Larsen 4 BEDROOMS, 2 bams NW. Phone and large family room. You'll en- $135 per mo. Call BILL HARRIS
laY the cool shade on this wooded -
Ing conditions good pay. Con- Guaranteed salary, commission 1 dairyman to show us a better at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales GR 5-4171. lot. Restful living on a quiet 374-0117 or 374-2927.
tact Stafford Ciltfwell. Gainesville Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Keystone
overwrite If qualified hospitalization dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMiUs on NEW ) Bedroom CCB. tile bath street. Ideal for retired couple.
Sun. Insurance. See company representative 1* pet. All Pulleted Dral- Heights. Open evenings and carport and utility room. $9,000 Call :3723522 for appointmentNOW. MAKE AN OFFER on this neartynew3BRSbethtuomewlthCeut

CURB WAITRESSES day and t:30 11:30 AM. In Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. or PON Sunday. $250 down. S&5 month." Phone FR Seller will pay loan costs. built. _.
night shift top wlg s. Apply Room 205 Baird Hdwe. Bldg. or per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala 58 model 2 BR I x 43 trailer. Located 2.3355 days. tral heat, & Alrconditionlng dishwasher. Entrance
Si
In person Jerrys Restaurant cull 3T5 for appointment chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461- Archer Rd. Village S Beta UNIVERSITY LOCATION in stove oven -.
foyer. Large LR separate
Buy! _2310 S. W. 13m St. : 2105. St. or Phone 372-4179. Charming 2 bedroom home on paved DR. Florida room with fire
I 13-Help Male or Female Trailer FORDYCEREAL street In pleasant residential Nice lot In prestige neigh-
Park
LOCAL oil company desires mature FOR SALE four registered short FOR SALE Newberry place. ... .
Individual with bookkeeping horn bulls. :3 yrs. old. Will sell one mile north on 41, $600 down, section near U of F Campus. borhood. Can be bought below replacement
experience. NCR 31 machine WANTED TTS Operator good work- all or Individually. Call 4A4-3JW $40 month Total 09,900. Ore Ball, Fireplace in living room. Large cost with reasonable ._. -
knowledge helpful. Typing necessary Ing conditions, good pay. Coo- after 7 p.m. Archer Fla. TOR screened porch. Many nice shade down payment' & assume existing
tact Stafford trees. Separate garage. 11X500. financing Call MYRTLE LAS-
CaldwelU Gainesville
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permanent position, SV4 day TWO mobile homes on large shady ,
ADS week. Please send complete resume Sun.UNENCUMBERED. with well. SITER 374-0117 or 372-7943. -
30 PETS & SUPPLIES lot complete deep BEAUTIFUL LIGHT AND COOt.
to Box 49S-A Gainesville
Each mobile home has screened
Sun. couple for motel landscaped! corner lot In Woodland Soft pastel colors and efficient eentraJ Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor
In Must be to appreciate.
management training. Gainesville 3 Pekingese 1 French poodle.' .patio. seen other. Terrace. 3 bedrooms 2 air conditioning make this Myrtle Lasslter AssociateW. .
Live In rent the ...
SECRETARY WANTED Must be area. Salary plus fringe benefits. Shots and wormed. All with papers. 37M470. one. baths. Refrigerator range and home a |Joy In hot weather. 3 E. "III, Harris, Associate
proficient In shorthand and typ. Write Box 44J-A c.. Gainesville Phone FR 25029, 3725113. washer. Only $17.500. Call For- bedrooms, 2 baths. built-in kitchen -
ing. Salary commensurate with Sun. 1944 2 BR trailer take up pay dyce, 374-1134. family room with fireplace. REDFRANKSREALESTATE
experience and ability. Scruggs MINIATURE black male Poodle, ments. See after 5:00 P.M. at All sliding glass doors are
It CarmichaeL 1 SE 1st Avenue.Ph. 14-Sal.. Help" Wanted has been wormed and has had 1621 SE 4th Ave. TILE FIREPLACEair Thermopane Huge scree ned .. .
shots 5 mo. old, affectionate. Call -
374-5242. FR conditioning. Paneled living porch. No city taxes or sewer II
LICENSED Real Estate salesman 21371.EXCELLENT 33 LOTS FOR SALE room, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, screened assessment.$37.000. 7 N.E. 1st St. PII. 376-0117 ....
Hire! WANTED: White housekeeper for sloe a week drawing account. black Cocker SpanIel porch large closets. Wooded [ ADVERTISE IN THE
widower and three. children. LiveIn. Large volume builder developing female puppy. 7 months. AKC Serenola' Estates Lovely residential lot In NW. $25,500. Call For. : .
...
Call FR 2 2161 after $ p.m. 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. papers. Shots bargain at $SII. Pet lots near new school. priced from dyce 374-1234. ARNOLDREALTY 'I rocSERVICF'DtRttTORY
FOR t SEAMSTRESSES WANTED Reply to lox 494-A e.. Gainesville or showdog. 3723077. $3500. Call Gladys Smith,.Rultor

Must be able to do alterations and Sun. AMERICAN Shepherd end English 122 W. University :3725393 paneling fireplace walk-in WALNUT closets. I COMPANY FREE ESTIMATES en

mending neatly and efficiently. WANTED 3 MENto Shepherd puppies for sale.' Weaned 4 aS acre tracts of land for sale. 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. 1,900 Multiple Listing Member I FURNACES and Q>icliry
Call In person only as no Information assist me In my business. Salary wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. Terms can be arranged. J. T. sq. ft. Large lot. $27,000. Low 121* West Univ. Ave. 3723522 ,
will be given over the plus commissions If qualifi AKC reg. Chihuahua puppy male Howie, Rt. 4. Box 301. Gainesville down payment. Call Fordyce, 37 Jane Caldwell Pete Stag Central AirCondifloners
phone. 224 SW 5th Street. ed. Also company bonuses. Neat excellent line fawn color 7 wks. Ph. 3721090. 1236 Jim Sheppard f. W. Hodge

STANLEY Home Products has opening In appearance. 21-40. Car neces old; also Chihuahua stud service.FR N. W. 1 acre Bob Kaikman Charlie Mayo
for 3 ladles for special sary. Call Mr. Haney 3720500. 2-6W1. S. W. 2 acre lots FURNISHED Jimmy Greene Walter E. Stoddard
part time work Aug. 15 Christ. Scott a- Fetzer Corp. between Near new Elm. school, choice horn 3 bedroom home with many fea
m... 1 hrs. dally 150 weekly. & II' A.M. Monday Wednesday SMALL bred puppies. S10 each. See sites N. W.MARY tures. Located In a friendly neigh j
Car essential. For Information & Friday.SALESMEN. all day Saturday and Sunday MOELLER. REALTOR borhood. 1,200 sq. ft. Living area. I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by jSafffBest
write Box 460A. Gainesville Sun 1127 N. E. 23rd Blvd. 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 6-4471 Call Fordyce, 374-1234.
Aggressive, to sell
giving address & phone. PUREBRED Beagle puppies for I In equipment uslnf Internally
finished
BIG Sell! MAID. Tues-Sat. I to 530. Must tomer's lot.masonry Ideal homes for man on cus who sale. Ready for new homes nowl NICE Terms lot$20 on good cash fishing$20 monthly.lake $990.Ph. FORDYCEASSOCIATES I For top quality, workmanship Insulated. ductS. designed _

be good with children good cook wants to make S400 mo. or more. 3 at $30 1 at $45. Phone 4$1-251I. 325-7715 Palatka. r 1 engineered and Installedby
a. have own transportation. Call For Interview write Michael R. MINIATURE Dachshund 2 out- INC. 372-6142 -
after 5:30 Thurs. & Fri. & all Wright, Sales Mgr.. P. O. Box standing females must sacrifice at LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 Multiple Listing Realtor I GAINESVILLE ALL AMERICAN HEATING
day Sun. 372-170 or between 9 6097. Jets 5, Fla. or call 3M-5242.. $50 ea. AKC. FR 4-W43. trailers. Large awnings. 3 large Grace Fordyce, Broker & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
& 4 16-Work Wanted Female patios, :3 septic tanks lots of Associates: UPHOLSTERY
372.2010.LAD1 shade good rental income. Just 150 NW. 13th St. PH. 376-8168 --
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden
If you need an extra ES S25 week for WILL care for elderly persons In 32 Mobile Homes For Salt outside city limits. For sale. FR O. C. Gay Dick Banks I I Free Estimates-nc v, end 1,. NK 23rd Btvd. '" -

part time employment! wo need their home. Christian hearted Frances Houoh Sarah Goulden delivery 24 Hour Service
you. Over 30 years old, work 4 woman. References. Ph. 442-1945. For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn.. M3.ACRE lots for sole. 24d W. Univ. Ave. ----- --
cabana. Excellent ---- ---
trailer & enclosed
hours I day, 5 days e week. WILL work L v_ .-----
dayi. Call FR condition. FR 2f88r, .-. Phone 372-4416 -
at
See representative
company 2-0336 ofter 6-fX P.M. ..M. and 6-12 P.M. ..
Rm 205. BaIrd Hdwe Bidg. fJOID : -
SAVINGS :30 mornings er phone 37i- SALE, 1943 New Moon Its G. 3 34 Waterfront Property
$4 S. 17 Work Wanted Male BR. front kitchen living room
-'ott OVER 30 acres of lake front many
and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 60355 -
WANTED desk clerk for the Holiday bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished ..
I Inn. Contact Nick Doffing, BOOKKEEPER CPA auditor 14 after 5 p.m. houses with dock and deep
100 SW 13th St., FR 23311 experience. New
I yrs. York Puerto NORTHWESTTRAILER well pump. Many extras. On
., .. I Rico firms references furnished. Lake Santa Fa. Inquire Lewis
I 12 Molo Help Wanted English a Spanish spoken. SALES Jewelry Co.
.. .- ... .. .. .., Phone collect Miami 44M885. Alexander 2702"Waldo Road N. E. "
GRILL MAN, experienced top sal- Oieda. 1455 SW 27th Ave. At Palm Lane 374-0205 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake Wt-
_Miami, Fla 2 bern 1 bath on Lake
ery. Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant FOR SALE 1949 Trays house trailer not.
.._ _. -. 14 S. W. 1st St. behind with cabana. Must be movedor Lak-a-wana. Call Gladys Smith,
Sears. II Scke.ls 4V Instructions sold by Sept. 1st. Call 372- Realtor IuN
.. 37J-5393
2295. 1228 W. University i
INSURANCE AGENTSLet
ONT.FINET'T' SPEEDWRITING SPELLING '
: me broker those rated or rejected CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING .
cases for you. Life or Secretarial ,
Courses Classes -
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heap contact Mr. Skaoouskl, 372- now

"..... ,_ RentAnnouncements (532 anytime. 210 form.W.Howeil's Univ. Business Avenue. College FR .,- NORTHWESTTRAILER THIS WEEK'S SPOTLIGHT 'IS ON _

-"". .... ..' ASSISTANT night manager.Larry's 3507. SALES =:-
Restaurant Phone FR 2 5317 er HIGH SCHOOL

.. ... ,.. h 1225 W. University Avenue. at home free booklet American 4 DAY SPECIAL fl GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM
Route man needed at once Canada School P. O Box 1441. Jacksonville ,
. .... -.. Dry Bottling Co. 374-5125. 405 NE Flu 32216. NEW 50x10 ON SW 13th STREET

33rd Ave.CARRIER MEN & women II to u to train for I Step into the Early American decor of tko General

BOYS between ft 15yrs. CIVIL SERVICE I 2 BEDROOMS Gaines Steak Room and prepare yourself for the

old needed for paper rout. Examinations. For Information finest U. S. Prime or Choice Steak that Gainesville
In the N.E. Section. Wonderful send name address I Phone No. I $5396
experience for your ton. dally Key Training Service. 112 W. ONLY PER MONTH can offer.Prompt .

contact with tile ", pile prepareshim -_Adams St.. Jacksonville. courteous service Is just the beginning After

for a leading role In Ms Real 1 WE NEED USED TRAILERS you place your order you may watch your steaks

future For more Information cat Estate Exam U Wo Will Give You Top Dollar For Your Old Troller being cooked ta your order over OH open .charcoal
Gainesville Sun Circulation Dept COURSE 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. hearth.
3734441. ATTEND First lesson
HOWELL'S BUSINESS tree.COLLEGE I AT PALM LANE PHONE 376O2OEBILEHOMES1 The Steak Room is also known for its delicious seafood .
WANTED TTS Operator good workIng :
.. .. conditions good pay. Contact COLLEGE.FK: 211 W. Univ. Ave dinner
:
I LOST FOUND 4.0J-3- I I
Stafford CaldwelL Gainesville Serving from 6 P.M. to 12 midnight the Steak Room

3boft _. ., ._ ... ... Sun. is open 7 day a week.
rARS! FOUND M4 at Jackson's Minute ADVERTISE IN. rilE Watch for the opening of their' new Cocktail Lounge
Mart on NW 14tn Ave. men's "ept. 1st.
blf cals. Phone J7t-M77 SERV1C'P' ntBECTORTCHAIN
I Watch For N0xt Week's SPOTLIGHT

4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE LINK FENCE I

Dealership available
LEARN 10 DRIVE Special attention .
to nervous or elderly National organization desires DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *

Easy Way Driving School. FR local ,."...ntatlYl. Send complete BUY NOW WHY PAY RENT COCKTAILS
1-7OCI2. Lie. bv state e* "," resume In first reply to: GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA

STOVIR PENCE INDUSTRIES SPECIALNO. STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation repainting. STEER ROOM
I J01-A DOWNTOWN PLAZA Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Open 7 days e week.
CLEAN Friday Aug. 28thRememberl The finest hi dining enteyment
CULLMAN ALA. steaks prepared to your taste Well see you then. Cocktails ft dancing hi e.r ..........
NO. 2 on our open hearth. Holiday Inn
No cover No minimum
Palmer & Sue Long
100 S.W. 13th St. PA ItSU.
FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
"p Need Extra Monty 50x10 50x10 4SO NW 13ttt St.
RAGS '
BILLIARD'S BOWLING *.

Is......* up with School 2 BEDROOMS BATHS' 2 BEDROOMS' UNIVERSITY INN

sr.rtif? You con corn $2 CUE STICK BILLIARDS PALM LANES Charcoal Steak Rtom, Smergas.

or moro per ...' so fun ONLY $329500No.4086 ONLY $329500No. 3549 Fun for not only young men Wen be' closed August 10th thru board. Cocktail Hovr S to 7. I
WANTEDSEE ... pert time AT* Reps.a.atetivi. .- BUT young women too. the 17th reserving and reconditioning drinks for the pries of t. Dane.
0. SSISIWOII. GAiNESViLLE bTARKE Bring your dates of our alleys. We'll log til 2 AJA. to eetoby .Griffin
Open 10 A.M. ta 12 P oM. see you the 11th. 34C4 Waldo Combo & Richard Parker orches
earN fine weekly Incomes, 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE.
: 90S N. Main Street Road 374-4454. trio 10r S.W. 13th St. FR 4-1442.
PRESS ROOMGAINESVILLE plus Svin0s ...... Car WALT JOHNSON, Mgr._ ROY DEVILLING, Mgr.

your e.p.a.. money witkATOH. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE,

. SUN I lex 44S.. Writ MaMsvill AVON.. P.O..... FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES INC. I OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I

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35 Houses for Sale 35 House for Sole 35 Houses for Salo 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sala 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses..for Salt.

FOR Sale by Owner 2 BR., home. LOW DOWN PAYMENT NOTHING DOWN VA f BR modern home on 1 acre of FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA 3 B k. I bath CCB carport util.
N.E. location. Convenient to shopping nancing already arranged. Three 1 BR, 2 baths. 2000 sq. ft. land. J7JOO. Terms. Phone GR Price SlashedThe approval you can have Immediate rm., patio. Payments $4.73 per
center. schools, city and Bedroom home built 1960. BuiltIn S-M77. possession and ownership of mo. Balance $8,268. 3 miles front
= THE TIME IS NOW. city park. Furn. or Unfurn. No range and oven. Large earner HEIGHTSFor owner of this lovely 3 bedroom the best value house for salt In Univ. 930 NW J5ttt St. Phone 37*.
qualifying. Reasonable down pay lot. Outside City limits. Owner $300 DOWN FLETCHER .2 bath" masonry. .home. .Is READY NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air 9415. _
men?. Owner will finance. FR 4- moved. Call ALACHUA REAL NW 3 BR. 1 bath walking distance salt' by owner :3 BR's hard- a"'- ne conditioning. Paneled family room
.- 4029. TY ASSOCIATES 37M448. to school wood floors. 2 tilt baths cen. with a central heating system lathing living-dining area for extra FURN. 2 BR house with _a !living
heating, Fla. rm. 14 x 20, dbl. i.ui (.._. .no ...*o!. tamily' spaciousness. Electric range room kitchen combination large
3: LARGE BR. Ig. living room-din- HIGHLANDS. 3 Br. 2 bath, quality $500 DOWN carport lot 100 x 140 with nice room laundry room carport. and dishwasher. Back yard completely Fla. rm.. carport utiL rm. on 1
:: Ing room. Ig. kitchen with din- built. 2 story masonry. Cent. shad trees. 125,000. 3936 .. W. large corner lot located in the of land. ml. .fromMagne*
Do You Have A Room 3 BR, 2 bath, Ig. lot In Northwest enclosed: by 7" hedge. acre
Apartment ete. Paneled throughout. Call 4541319 heat reasonable down payment.Price NW
3rd Avt. FR 2.3774.FIRST SECTION CALL US Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at sia Springs. $8500. PIIontt-4&1-24n. .
or 454-1432 after 6. 23500. 530 N.. E. 7th Ave. NOWI THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME

: Or House Rent? 4235 NW 10th St. Cor. Blvd. 372-8245. $900 DOWN2BR. TIME ADVERTISEDNew MUST--.BE- SOLD.... BY. .AUGUST... 15 2213 NE 7th Ter. BY OWNER NEAR WEST- I
to 1 bath Southwest only til Palm Springs model. One of or ,
Desirable 3 BR 2 bath home. RARE OPPORTUNITY 111.1'00 LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 WOOD SCHOOL. :3 BR, 2 bath
large Fla room < patio. Lot per mo. the best looking homes we've ever to S14.500 ONLY $1,000 DOWN- BR, 2 bath cent. heat built In Ig LR, family room. built In
100x174', lots of trees. Beautiful corner lot 210 feet 1 BR. 2 bath NW close to school.DAN built. Four bedrooms, 2 full ._. w.e orrER WILL kitchen, home. You can save kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING -
Beautiful lots NW section frontage on US 441. Good 2-bed- baths beautiful brick facade BE REFUSEDI $1500. Call FR 23824 or GR & HEAT. $1000 and
room home. Priced under market excellent kitchen arrangement. 55922. Melrose. assume mtg Calf 374-2777
REMEMBER rental vacancy COSTS Commercial property & acreage.: quick action essential. BYRD SU.MO. No money down VA John Merrill I -I
FHA only WOO down. Price Includes l

YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit E.. C.631"Curly"N. Main Kuehn St. Jr. Angle Real CALL EstateC. Jack DeYot ASSOCIATES Associates INC.: Realtor gas lamp fully swim sodded club front member.lawn Realtor y'" luxurious Gflinetville'i apartment newest and building matt ..

FR 4-2032 Broker FR 4-A544 L. Angle, Broker E. E. HollowlY ship.VILLAGE GREEN MULTIPLE LISTING LAKESHORE

i NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust O. J. Angle, Associate Christine Stone By HUGH EDWARDS. INC.: PHONE 372.1494Associates -
125 NW 13th Street
completed, nice wooded lot S 4404 N. W. 13th St. 374Z7
3722511 290f N. E. 15th St. Marcella Pardl
miles out Archer Rd. FR 24570.MERRILL TOWERS
LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI Call night or day 374-771 W. H. Buckhannan
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU 1 BR 2 baths central heat out
your of city limits deep well. REA 3 BR 1 bath, stove refrig., screened
power located at Ml* NW 34th porch paid pool membership, NOW i LEASINGLUXURY"
EVERY DAY until it "is rented St. $600 equity assume SS3 mo. pmts.
: 2510 NE 10th Ter. Phone 312-* I
NEW LISTING 3 or 4 bedroom COMPAR"THESE
r-n 372-2372 or 37-llW.
3 bath masonry home lust| re-
painted Inside and out. 2 air GLADYSSMITH
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: conditioning units double car* YOU CAN BE SURE
port laundry facilities and large I i

$40 per mo. . $1.33 day comer lot. ONLY UOO. DOWN l-NO WAITING. $750 down and HOME VALUES
per K
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B R.
move right into this neat 3 +
SUBURBAN Immaculate 3 bedroom 1 Bath CB horn at 527 N. W. 372-5393 BEFORE YOU BUY
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day be IV* bath split level home I 36th Drive. Only $12,000. Stove R
bought under FHA
can
for Ref. S. Dishwasher Included. 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day $700. down payment. 2-S350 location.down 3 FHA.BR. 1 Convenient bath. Nice NW tot temporary Lake plus the living.luxury This of architect-true con-r SAVE'I --,....,..........._... _
IDYLWILD Call us to see this paved St. Close In. designed home features modern iil

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day bath beautiful house three with bedroom central heating two S-BRAND home at NEW 344 NW 3 BR.16th 2 Ave.bath Cent.CB kitchen Screened with courtyard Mexican, entry tile counter.court. The following are ready for

and air conditioning plus many A-C & heat. Large family Room. and porch. Living room with 30 Occupancy.The .
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day extras. Elec. kitchen. Half acre lot. Low foot stone fireplace wall. Separate
down payment will buy. SEE dining room. Many Dullt-lns and
ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom masonry NOW. bookshelves. This Is I home to following Is now under S330 N.W. 21th ..v.. S
:.. $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day home with central heat built-in LOW DOWN PAYMENT and $90 be cherished. construction and will be ready 4 BR. 2b baths, 12990 dn..
oven and range dishwasher dis- per month will buy this lovely for occupancy soon) 11at per mOo
and extra kitchen cabinets.
: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Just posal listed for sale at less the 3 heat.BR,Built-in 2 bath Kit.home In NW. Cent. GLADYS SMITH FEATURES INCLUDE:
replacement. cost. ONLY 111.. 3310 N.W. 30th P1.,
$80 $2.66 too. REALTOR 3 BR 2 bath S600 dn. 181 3320 NW 30th Aye. e Swimming Pool Recreation Room
.: per mo. . per day ,
3 BR
bath,
UNIVERSITYREALTY 1221 W. University 1725393 per mont"-" L1 S.5OO dn 177. Acres of Picnic Grounds Centrol Heat
BLACK ACRES Priced at the per
: $35 per mo. . $2.83 per day FHA valuation of $17,500. This _1ItIIIIIIIt1llllllBlllll Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath ma- Storage Lockers Garbagt Drop Chute
sonry home is a real buyONLY 16-4 Bedroom Models In S03 Sf 38th St. Sidewalks
Paved Areas Lighted
$90 . $3.00 Parking
mo. day
: per per $700 DOWN 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 SHADOWLAWN ...., 3 B R. 1 bath, 1400 dn. auI 3 Elevators
W. M. Munroe Realtor ESTATESF. OrwOO per me.
: $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 11200 DOWN will buy this lovelyold Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin, Frank
4 bedroom 3 bath two story Reby. Rey McCann. T. C. Douglas. D. OLIVER PHONE 376-4456

home In the NE Section. ONLY Jr. OFFERING ,Hope ..-........ .................., .............
: $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day $16,000-CALL US NOW. Individual Styles For You
FOR SALE THIS WEEK 0 Well planned living areas FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
John Merrill 3 Br., CCB 1 bath, oak floor fireplace 0 Quality material It workmanship "H" Inc. ALL OUR HOMES (24 Hour Service)
stove ref. attic fan fenc- OPEN FOR YOU TO
fine lawn-trees. 3 JOY SEEING SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
PLACE ed back yard ANYTIME
: CALL 372-8441 TO YOUR A community you would be
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blks. from Llttlewood. $1,100 YOU WILL JUST
Realtor
.. down. In mo 621 N.W. 34th proud to live In We Trade Homes 1.1- 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441

MULTIPLE LISTING St. 3164220.CONVENIENT. Drive West on NW. 39th
1123 I.E. 4th
:E: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS PHONE ASSOCIATESMARCELLA FR 21494 NORTHWEST LOCATION tersection.Ave.past the See Glen sign Spring on left.In or Property FR 6.5301 or FR Butler Bros. BUILDERS

PARDIW. on attractive 100 loll 3 FR 2-0844. 1
H. BUCKHANNAN BR brick house with oak floors,
cypress & mahogany trim asbestos I I
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FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. shingle roof Fla. rm., store
fuel tank, 100 shrubs brick patio -
room-shop. dbl. carport price under -
fenced yard. near elemen- New Brick Homesby
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Includes
w $14,000 refrig. new
tary and Junior high schools, STEVEN FOSTER
: 35 Houses for Sala 35 Houses for Sal screened porch, 3 BR 1 bath, kitchen antenna.range Call agent air conditioner at 374-4471 TV tr HEIGHTSLocated .
$500 down. If you qualify FHA. owner at 372-2763- ;HOUSE HUNTING!
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. Builder
IDLCWILD Painted CCB 3 BR's BUY HAPPINESS I STRETCH $$$ at NW. 37th Place &.
2 baths, Fla. Rm., built-in range By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 6th St. New brick homes under 314 bedrooms built-in kitchen
... heat alr-con- built In this
even cent. room area by
JWK construction. Pick own equipment cen. heat VA &
dltloning Ig. shaded lot. Mar ALACHUA HOMES. INC.: Beautifully kept must be teen If your
new tlem. school. 374-4109. Phone 374-0430 you are looking for I 2 bedroom colors, etc. VA &. FHA Terms. FHA Homes-no closing costs. CHECK
Model Home Opening every Sun. 1 bath home with screened perch THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
SPECTACULAR BUY In select from 1 fM. i P.M. beginning 372-8404 on a large corner lot. Immediate .y Capital Builders, Inc.
neighborhood. 3 BR. kitchen. liv- August 14. 1502 N.W. 31st ; DELIGHTFUL three bedroom home occupancy. $11,500. See at Capitol Builders, Inc. N.W. JTth Place 4L 4th Street
ing room, Fla. room, diningarea Ave. I In the NE convenient to shopping 1305 NE 4th Terrace then phone
utIL floored attic N.W. 37th Place A 4th Street OPEN HOUSE DAILY FOUR BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The
room
Compare cost with all ether 3 I and school. Well landscaped. Dick Robinson, Associate Ralph -
with disappearing stairway and Call 172-OM1 or 17-77W Call 372-4U1 er 27.7711.PRESENTING .
bedroom 2 bath fully air cond. !I comer lot with backyard fenced Fossey Realtor at 37-13J day
carport. Lovely' well-kept yard homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT 11 West
EVERY or night University brick-front Riviera is the of models.
with ample shade-trees choice TIME." I for the children. 1325 square Avenue. star our new
shrubs, i. fenced back yard. feet of living, area. with
Terrazzo
Drive by 405 NW 12th Ave or I family room. floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central
: call FR 2-OOat. 3 BR., 1 bath home, goes to the UNIVERSITY and shopping center
person who makes the best of close walking distance from this natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
I Br. 2 bath, CCB cent heat and
fer. Offer expires August 16th two bedroom house. Completely In young executive area another -
air 100 160 Lot. 1900 city services. I
cond. x
sq. ft. paneled family room. fireplace 1944. a pjn..' 2711 N.E.. 10th Ter. furnished and two kitchens FINE custom: designed .It
race. mean Income when house Is built home.Featuring.
cathedral ceiling. Shadow
rented as two one bedroom : fireplace air THREE BEDROOM
Lawn Estates. 3541 NW 34th PL TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
$75 per mo. Northeast. $400 dn.. apartments. Total price only conditioned paneled family
123,950. Owner leaving state.J72W4. 3 BR 1 bath screened ,
porch .
S ,,00.00.BEAUTIFUL room kitchen I drum
kit. MODELS AT
patio equip. cen. heat Urge rooms In this with luminous ceilings It $14,500.
r take up VA. FR 22774. two bath house priced at only ..b Lt Yti J pantry 3 BR 2 bath fences,

: M PARRISHPRESENTS 117200.llxli, Three 125x11.bedrooms Beautiful: 14x11 large patios & many Ideas.other extraordinary THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

living room too. Quiet North- s.
: LI ITLEWOOD west location. Available right Uoyd D. Myrick. Bldr. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350

Charm and simplicity In this heme away. This Is a clean nice I
3 Br. 2 bath designed for gracious house. WIMIERLT ESTATESNW THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA
living. Beautiful setting In J. W. Mth Ter. eff NW arm Av,. ,
landscaped yard. The price has at 2:01
Open Sundays tr by
-- been reduced. Near Llttlewood IMMEDIATE occupancy can be KIRKPAfRICKRealtor appt. in.Hit. MODELS $13,000.
and Westwood school.Coll had on this pleasant 3-bedroom
: Mary Moeller 6-4471 masonry home on nice, large lot 31 N. Main' Phone FR 24404
FHA and VA
Walk
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In Florida Park. Walking distanceto ASSOCIATES: to elementary
: STEPHEN FOSTER Gainesville High and J. J. Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell
Schools. Capt. A. W. Reece, USN Ret. and junior high
See this charming home with a Finley ; levis Kirkland Ben Griffin
From down
beautifully landscaped lot. Yours i $400
for Immediate occupancy. 1701 MASON MANOR. Neat 4bedroom.i BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 New Homesin Better andFrom
N. W. 39th Ave. 2-bath home with central heating br, 2 bath CB house less than living
and alr-condltloning.' Lovely fenced 1 old FHA fc VA approved
yr.
= Call Mary Mocllcr 6-4471 month
$79 resale value.
rear yard makes Ideal play shaded lot no Immediate neigh per
area for children. Convenient to bors. Phone 3744)734.)

:- IMMEDIATE IDYLWILD OCCUPANCY schools. FOR SALE BY OWNER, 3 BR 2 WESTVILLANW Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
bath cen. air cond. and heat .
BLACK ACRES. Traditional t
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Idylwlld. 3 Br, 2 bath modern i bedroom, 3-bath home with Ilv.Mg Palm View Estates less than 1 left and fellow
signs to Fernwood Manor.
r kitchen near new Elem. school. yr. old. FHA approved large RENT RECEIPTS
room separate dining room
2.000 sq. ft. The price Is reduced shaded lot. no Immediate neighbors
with fireplace lovely
family room
see 4012 S. W. 19th St. owner transferring 4037 16th Ave.
Coll modern built-in kitchen. Central Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire
Mary Moeller 6-4471 heat. N.W. 18th Place. Phone 3744)734.)

= LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD area at 37th St. e
IDNER LANIER PALM VIEW Estates. Attractive 4- 3 BR 2 bath liv.-din.-kit.. Fam. GOT YOU DOWN?
Irick :3 Br, Fla. room, parquet bedroom masonry home. Built- Rm.. central neat gas fireplace. PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES i
floors Dbl car port.INVESTMENTS. in kitchen units. Central heating well landscaped shady yard and
and alr-condltionlng. Reasonab I e Attractive patio. $400 dn., $105 PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
financing. mo. FHA. by owner. 531 NW 34th
I acres ad|. new V. A. Hospital UNIVERSITY ACRES. New westside Dr. 372-1145 day 372-4537 night. ( Buy For Less Than Rent at WALTER STUBBSInc.

4 acres on Archer Rd. restricted subdivision of acre .BY OWNER 4 BR 2 bath, extra
0 44 acres en Rocky Pt. Rd. lots. Paved streets inside lots Ig. shady yard. Westmorland 4011 Highland Court Manor) Daily 2.9545 Night 6-9048
Call Mary Moeller 6.4471 $350. corners 4250. Outside ,city N.W. 13th Ave. Available on .
limits, thus NO CITY TAXES. I short notice. FR 6-7993 for app?.

Gather NEAR the family GAINESVILLE together and see RANCHETTE hemesltes too. Approximately If you have nothing more than a stack of Phone 376.5394 BUTLER BUILDERSLOCATED
this 10 acres each. Lo- JWK BROTHERS
spacious home with 4 Br. 3
bath, landscaped yard., For sale cated 'en Newberry Road with receipts to show for monthly rent let us show "We trade houses"
320 feet on paved highway. Just
or trade. Melrase. Fla.
Coll Mary Moeller 6-4\-"1 300.oo down. S yr*. on balance. 372-8404 you how you can own your home for the j

NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address same price or less. Payments start at less -
: MARY MOELLER on this utterly charming
M.M. two bedroom house. All rooms than $80 per month, including insurance and
REALTOR are spacious fireplace panel-
ling, pleasant porch. Available taxes. Interest is tax deductible too andyou'll

1019 W. University ASSOCIATES FR 4-4471 PARRISH ment.soon.Shown FHA commit- be building equity in your own home..
E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler : by appointment OPEN TODAY 3-8
Dick Durbin I ASSOCIATES. INC only.. Exclusive See one of our courteous salesmen for further
I BR home on corner let low down H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham listing.J.
payment. $M per mo. Located at Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrlsh information. No obligation, of course.
331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy 19 N.E. First Street. TeL No. W. Kirkpotrick Agency 28-HUNDRED BLOCK 'OF N.W. 34TH STREET
.. Rldgell 372-4125. 372-5375. 31 N. Main FR 24404

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: :: -- 35 HousesforSoIs: 41.F.rl's.! tr Acreage 49 Rooms For Rent 66 MIsc, For Sale. 66 Misc. !or Sate I Automobile O s..

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-CLASSIFirVTIONINDEX CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 14 acres N. W. 39th Ave. LARGE corner room. adjoining private 4 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG Beautiful walnut circular jbar. V 1962 Ford MO XL convertible. Airconditioned

Nearly new home In quiet neigh- 12 acres N.W. bath and entrance maid and Repossessed '64 Model Dial-O-Matlc. long. with Rattan stools. Suitable 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE bucket teats. 21400.
borhood. Has fenced rear yard. 7V4.acres So W. $7450 linens, 2 working girls or 2 business Swing Needle sewing machine. for home or business. FR 2-4496. actual miles. Ph. FR 2-0129.

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE wall to wall carpet ,central air 20 acres N. W. 5800 men. Can. be seen at 114 does all kinds of fancy stitches. FORMICA top 18x20" boards for TRUCK BODY I x U ft., with 5 '64 BUICK Skylark, 6000 mils*
conditioning, three good size bedrooms 230 ,acres within 5 ml. of city of N.W. 2nd St. buttonholes sews on buttons to be $200 take .
fish condition, payments.Call
end or kiddIe table cleaning ft. racks good d
rUnS ,
: I fa MB blind hems overcasts appliques, Ut
n WantS two baths. well Gainesville $300.00 per acre. "
te Extremely
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3-3715 ,
ThamkaS or cutting board, etc. $1. GvOle sold under sealed bids. Reservethe 2.74 after
Car ol etc. Responsible person to takeover o
1* MachInery Task cared for home and grounds. $15- Call Mary Moeller. Realtor to ell I 5:00 P.M.RENAULT .
lAst r.... 51-A Wanted To Rent 5 payments $7.36. Calt Mr. Auto Top Shop.ACETYLENE right relect any or
983. Owner
sacrifice
tt willing to
Betiding MaterIals FR 6-4471
lOTS W. UNIVERSITY bids. Board of Public Works New-
. 4 rersaaaltzed Service* .4 HeuehaU C4aAntl some equity In.this home to responsible Parker 372-7680. United Sewing welder complete outfit berry. Fla. Dolphins 58. con
.. I Travel lal.rm U nSfttcUl ..ea / party. Cad for appointment 43 Colored Property iOUSE apartment or trailer. 2 Center. tire machine, bench Grinder. dition. Rdio new O 12

.. I NaU... II Mlae. Far .... I to seem Hugh .Edwards bedrooms. near elementary school FOR SALE full size Apex Ironer 1 grease gun & other service .1952 Studebaker P. U. truck. Runs Phone .
must be furnished for small family
7 rUrUU good $100 cash. Call' 376-3357.
. II TrtJlif Pasta Inc. 376-771. HOMES FOR SALE like new. Original cost $299. Only station equipment. Phone 372-2489.
I Ball, Kitten. Call Careruee of 3. Write P. 0. Box. BB
$121. GE Elec. Oven Roaster
I T* Ge Lad .M Fi.1 Article Waited 2 & 3 bedrooms. $El4th St. & Cross CIty. Fla. __ original $6995. Good -As new "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV 1 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 1958 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe
t OU Wash. MCKINNEY 7th Ave. Small down payment. red with red Interior.
Things T* *.. $15. '53 Studebaker engine lust yr. guarantee on picture tube. Levi
?e Bat Maria EsIp. Office-Desk town, must sacrifice. FR
monthly payments $S7 to $65. 6-40.
n Canst -Hani.. Flak GREEN t 53 Space overhauled. Good fishing and $39; refrigerators, $25; sofabed ONE new Bridgestone scooter at
AIM homes bunt on your lot hunting car. S75. Call 376-5348 until -. sofabed SIC 59 CADILLAC 4-dr. HT white.
.AUTOMOTIVE"it n Office E,mlpm.* and their $29 ; dealer cost. See at 1619 Hawthorn -
Salea-KeBtala n HaalcaJ Merekeaelio DEATON with no down' ,payment. Ph. OFFICE space for rent near University. '- 6:00 or 571-4064 after 6. new platform' rockers $1295. Road. Full power l air condo Best offer
Alrplaae FR J-412S. over $1600 or trade for. smaller
71 Tricks far Sale Phone FR 6-3012. Electric stove i piece dinette set. Call Williams Service Center car especially Vw or later.
'' Tracks WiattaII REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REALTORS New. Quality Hugh Edwards built OFFICE space for rent Including Gold framed mirror and nursery Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR Call 376-770 6
Traders Trick EtnUls home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. central heating, air conditioning furniture. Phone 377-8889. REK-O-Kut turntable with
5* Trailer ..&&* n Mobile Home'for-Sale HIBISCUS PARK As low as $43.- per month with utilities and private parkinglot. "NEVER used anything like It." STEREO condition CONDITIONING. Tune -up ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet
S *etr> $2,000 down or will arrange terms 111 SW Third St. new cartridge. perfect Special $2.50 for performancetest. Impala 2 dr. hartop excellent
U MoUreyelea U Let of Blue
for Sal Quality users Lustre for
Appealt Location say
$50. 1825 N.W. Tttl St. Phone condition. Call .
All makes models.of .
and Jo
Located NE
to sun 443
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II Aetomebno : M ffat.Tfrent rrepertf Condition Space ere the keywOrds buyer. cleaning carpet. Rent electric
SS AatemebUe far late U B....* Fer Sal that best describe this 15th Street. 54 Bushiest Rentals shampooer $1. McDanlell Furniture FR 64725.REFRIGERATOR.. Chrysler built cars. Hawes- 1960 CORVETTE 4 speed excellent

M Sway Cars M Cttace Fer Sal fine property..You and your family Hugh Edwards Inc. Company Gainesville Shopping /- fufl size West- Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning condition. Sell or trade for com
II Rca! Estate ExekaaceiSI would be pleased with this Phone 376-7971 EXCELLENT location, building for Center.Prices. Inghouse with freezer compartment Servicing Center. 204 N. pact. Call 376-5 after 6 P.M.

EDUCATIONAL Bl Estate Wanted beautiful 3 B.R. 2 bath with dirx rent. 1221 W. University. 372-5391 ,- $40. 1825 N.W. 7th ,St. Main St., Phone FR.2-2561. Jon Rltch

11 8cao.la 4s IwtraeUesi It O.t ef Tawa Property lag and Fla. room home. Seven 43-1 COLORED RENTALS Gladys Smith Realty SlashedMaking Phone FR 6-4728. SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Au- 1963 Rambler $325 down & takeover
blocks from the Unlv. and elem.
40 Bailae Frepent tomotlve payments of $57 per mo.
and
11 Wait Hide. -Daaetaf.M In trm'.tl e> 41 Residential Isass schooL In a most desired and restricted NOW RENTING 54 Business Rentals way for one of Florida'smost .TV. perfect cond.,. will sacrifice Miller & Sons.repairs 732 NW tune 1t Call 372-0 after 5:30 P.M..

41 Farma ft Acre** neighborhood Paved COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex complete office machine for $30. Also RCA. stereo port., _Phone 372-7915 1960 4-door Chevrolet Brook wood.
43-1 Colored streets price Is most realistic companies. like new cond. $39. 805 NE llth
Property Sales
apartments large living and FOR LEASE Power steering-
EMPLOYMENT You should see this fine property stati wag
Ave. FR 25047.YASHICAMAT
.
before buy Call FR dining area modern kitchen with Modern air cond. suite of offices. 85 Automobiles for Sal. auo radio and heater.
17 Werk Waaiei Mall RENTALS 23617. you fan, large storage closets. terraz- Downtown location, near court NEW AND USED I automatic camera. cond. $995. FR 6
... 1C Werk W.nU* Female zo floors tile baths space heater house and federal building. Ph. Adding machines calculators typewriters I field case & 3.S mm. lens. New CADILLAC 1955 red convertible after 6 p.m.

'li Bale Bet* Waate 43 Catered Property Rentals .IMMEDIATE and hot water heater faclll _372-7943 or 6-0817. portable and standard I $50. Also other equipment. Phone fully peed with new top. $ 1956 PLYMOUTH 4-dr., radio It
U Help-Male er Female 41 ties for washing machines and I -
CetUfet Far Bell cash registers and check pro- 372-8738 See Stat.
V-l
Teno heater auto. trans., runs
.... 'u Mats Betp Waatei 41 Finished Asia. paved streets. See at N.E. 26th SMAlL warehouse with platform tor tectors. S. Main Ave.
OCCUPANCY trucks loading & In good. or best offer. Phon.3n747. *
DramaueJl Ter. cell for 372- unloading
., 41 CnfurnUhe Apia. or appointment 70 Marine Equip. SIt
Boats
city limits. 1132 S. Main It. 59 TR.3., overdrive.
Female Help Waate4 47 losses 5321 or 372-5322. FR 2-0963 2727 NW 6th St. gray $1.0
fir Beat r. This 3 B.R. 2 bath home ce :v Phone 372-8433 or 3764173. Phone 372-0649.
-- 41 B..*.* f.r Real Vat ira. pletely furnished Including k 1f- GOING North sporty ,'64, 14' liber- 1962 Falcon auto trans.,
: FARMS 6' LIVESTOCK 4* a.*... fer RealM chen equipment, can be purchased 44 Cottages for Rent FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store SEWING MACHINE glass spana American tilt trailer '63 OLDS F-85, loaded I Excellent low mileage -clean. $1095. S at
SC fct at Equipment Betel Seems for $12.600 with a reasonable building. W. Unlv. Ave. Price $800 1964 Automatic twin needle zlg sag 3 me. old 40 hours. Johnson & condition. See Mr. Green Universlty Ussery Service Station. 4 ,W.
n Feed FertiliserS II MUe. RentalaHA down payment Seller will carry 2: BR house Lake Santa Fe. private per mo. Call Hershall Haynes. In new cabinet. Make buttonholes complete skiing equip. $SO take City Bank. 10th Avenue. '

LtroUek SappUeaa Wanted T* Beat balance by 1st mtg. 6 per dock & .beat Call 376-3268 ext. FR 6-2641 or 'B. F. MIzell, FR overcast. applique, s a t In up payments. See at 2940 N.E. 60 COMET & 59 RAMBLER station

a LandicaptBf Tap SeOSO M Beardera Wasted cent Int. payable $100 per Mo. 2523. 6-7551. stitch fancy designs. mends etc. 11th Terr. or call 376-8792 Friday. wagons. Both AT. AC. Comet 6? BUICK convertible excell e n t
Peta SappllaaU U Office Desk Opals Call FR 2-3617. FOR RENT 1.000 ft. warehouseor $6 per month. Balance $72. Ml- has radio also. Private owner.
I RENT modern furnished cottageson sq. kell'a Sewing Machine Service Co 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with cond. $100 equity and take up
LUciUek.WtnUe. U Baimess RtntaJ Lake. Santa Ft by week or store room. 2188 SW 5th St. IH W. Unlv. Ave. FR 6-1075. trailer. $430Phone F Rt123S.. Make offers 376-23. payments. 37'1. '
YOUROPPORTUNITY season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. $50 per mo. Call Hershall Haynes 3911 N. W. 7th St. '55 CHEVROLET. standard transmission station we-
FINANCIAL SERVICE FR 6-2641 or B. F. MIzell NEW and used chain saws lawn 1956 FORD 9-passenger
6 cylinder. Perfect condi
SMALL furnished cottage & trailer 15' runabout & trailer. hydroplane gon. Heater. $175. Call 372-3.
FR 6-7551. ,
mowers edgers tampers light
M 23 Special Services
Analiiei Oppertanltlea tion. Call 372-6638.
$250.
for rent. Suitable for bottom perfect condition.
-- 11 Men.* to Lea Ben Improvement working plants. cable. Wisconsin, Briggs 63 Impala 4 dr. hardtop original
To own a :3 B.R. 1 bath tome couple. Moore Haven Park. 2330E 3305 Hawthorne Rd., Ph. FR 6-
& Stratton and used 1963 Comet 2-door, blue I cylinder, all all electric.
56 oew mo
Business power.
II OpportunitiesFOR owner
U ) Eadle TV Service
Mertt 1U 1- In the N.W. area for only $400 Un I". Ave. 376-8164 tors. Rental sales and service. 2455. standard shift. Radio. heater. $2395. Trade financing 372- -
OK
I' Wsatid ZS Appliance A Faraltar
Money down and monthly payments of .
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Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE FEATHERCRAFT 14 runabout Assume payments. FR 2-2223. 3357.
rent
or lease downtown restaurant -
_.......n_...""'......_........."" nmmmHT,"HmH",mum mtiininiiniiiiiniiii,....,,,,',, nHMiiiiMiiii"_ $88.00. Call FR 23637.ASSOCIATES. 45 Furnished Apt. or drug store locations. 16th Ave. Phon 3763411. elec. starting 25 h.p. motor & I '56 OLDS convertible power steerIng 1963 Chevrolet station wagon with
I will facelift and completely remodel ::1 I compart sink, hotwater heater. trailer. $350. 3171 NW 12th Ter. power brakes radio heater manual transmission. Air conditioned. -

I,3 IJTHouses Tor Sole I '35 Houses for Sole J. Fred Guy Jayn ButterworthCol. LARGE 1 BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. : and air condition, etc. or gas stove two electric 30 cup Ph. 376-6507. I extra good top It times. Call 376- Low mleop. still has factory
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire after 5 P.M. weekdays. No sing will take 9? year ground lease coffee pots. Pool room. phone 16' tt. ZJmmel overnlghter with 3407 after 5:00. guarantee. S0. Phone FR
and let 462-1985. Before > or after 6. Or
Multiple Listing le students please. you build. Lot 120 x 125. P. electric after .
Owner Hal C. Batey. Jr. Melrose Boyd's Pool Room. 9 A.M. to canvass top 25 H. '57 CHEVY Belalr hardtop radio, 6-10
WK GLADYSSMITH UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. ONE & TWO bedroom trailers. __ 475-5811. midnight. motor. Gator trailer with new heater V-l automatic trans..new
Complete with large paneled den. water furnished. No !pets. Phone lires. $595. FR 6-6961. WSW tires. Can be seen at 601 19J6 RAMBLER Station Wagon
Only 117.500. Located at 3707 NW FR 25633. MONEY MAKER New business. TRADE your costly to operate FRANK PHILPOTT SPECIALS N. Main St. $150. Runs good, good tire*. Call
: TZn 3728404'TJANQUn 23rd Ave. For further details call NICELY furnished convenient Good location near Shopping ELECTRIC water heater and TVt h.p. outboard motor $60 T. Burton, Alachua.
63 KARMAN Ghia $100 and take 462-113.
Center. $48 for a new gtassllned GAS
FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thomas. downtown area. $75. Adults only 1963 1-16' tilt trailer $120
= : Setting under massive Call Gladys Smith. Realtor water heater. Much mere hot $125 up payments. Phone 481-2381.
.:. 3725393Four no-peta. Inquire Lillian' Music Fishing & hunting trailer
.shade trees. on over an acre In BY OWNER. Neat. attractive 3 bedroom Store. 1228 W. University 3725393 OUR water at LP about GAS.half the PROPANE cost with 14' fiberglassed runabout $175 '55 DODGE, $91 '50 Chevy, $95' Automobile Wonter
_.Kirkwood. Gracious masonry bedrooms 2 baths within 1963 14' fiberglass boat $195 '
CB. University Professor'1home. FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FOR lease large building. 1034 S. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 56 Chev. ; 54 Ford S9. 8
_,residencecentral heat two walking distance of the Medical Lrg. Fla. room. IV* Blks. BESTarge Main. Now occupied by Franks 14' runabout & trailer $275 Also. pickup truck. $19.
___ taths. three bedrooms PLUS School. Older brick home with to school. $800 buys $i300 equi Marine. Large back lot. Drive COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 1963 fiberglass boat & trailer $295 Al Herndon Service Station CARS WANTED i95G5 Fort

another bedroom and bath Florida room fireplace -double ty. 1051 N.E. 20th Place. If Interested ,well 1 bedroom furnished apt.air Quiet conditioned location : -- thru large enough for bigg 55 t Chairs low as $8. No money 1963 boat. 14 h.p. motor I SE 4th St. & Chevrolets. A Her St.Ser
garage. Jacksonville Fla. down, low as $5 month. 1. trailer $495 ice Station
tor guests, I'relative or call only $123 truck trailers. Owner Hal C. per
couple no pets
.for a study. By appointment Make an OFFER. One of our best 721-2058. per mo. Ph. 372-4957. Batey. Jr.. Melrose. 4755811.NEEDED Free estimates pickup end delivery FRANK PHILPOTT'S i
: only. Exclusive NEW BR home ManateeSprings service. All work guaran SPORT CENTER IL
buy In a 3 bedroom. 2. bath 3 on
Call for the rental
lIst In;. lot. Mall us you need.FORDYCE teed. Phone 376-7786. 20 NW 14th Avenue
Road 1
home. Large Florida room. fireplace on acre & ASSOCIATES. INC.
many built-lns acre lot. & school bus to door. $8,500. Also REALTORS 25 dIesel truck tractors not more T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7
J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency business lot downtown. Will buildto '26 W. Unlv. 374-1234 than 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- double stack, $1X00 complete kit. 72 Office Equipment YOU CAN BUY YOUR
31 N. Main FR 28404 GLADYS SMITH suit tenant. Contact J. H. Ing trailers In Central Florida. Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. NOW
McClung Chiefland Fla. 493-4126.: EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 Permanent lease paid weekly.
Now Specializing In Ladles' Better
114,000 1 BR home for $12,950 If month. Phone 466-3448. Prices SlashedMaking
Call terminal 9 to 5
REALTOR "WANTED" a home for a nice 2 manager. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I
equity $4,611 paid In cash or Monday thru Friday Winter Garden SECOND CAR AT .
BR house. NE section. Must be N. W.2 Br.. Kit. Eq. $90.00 through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional for 01of Florida's
1500 down & second mort. Mo. ins W. University 3725393 Fla Phone 54-777 way
seen to be appreciated. Completely MARY MOELLER REALTOR Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER most complete office machine
fin mort. $75 second $30. Anna Hinson Caroline Noyts
pay. Insulated with 2 one ton air 101> W. UNIVERSITY DISCOUNTS. If S.W. tat Ave
Almost new. Ig. living rm t Virginia Power conditioners. Large lot with a FR 6-4471 61 Wanted to Buy nue. companies.

dining rm. tile bath. terrazzo pump. Close to schools & shop- COMFORTABLY furn. 2 BR CCB WHOLESALEThese
2 BR home on corner lot. I lowdown WE WANT TO buy late model used NEW AND USED
floors. Gen. Elec. equipped kit. Located ping. Call for appt. 372-8629. 1515 cottage on clear sand bottom STAMP COLLECTIONS. Get our
$60 -
payment. per mo. NE 6th Terr. lake. CaU 376-5821 GR 5-5217. refrigerators. Exceptionally High Adding machines. calculators. typewriters
ample closet space. screened at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call or fair cash offer. Phone 372-2702. trade-Ins now given.WILSONS I cash registers, and check
12 x 20 porch N.W. Section. Tommy Rldgell 372-4125. FOR SALE FOR RENT OR SALE. 1963 trailer
CASH for your used appliances. EXCHANGE protectors. Individu'olOr
To The
376-4474. 3 BR. CCB house. built-in stove NICE 3 BR bungalow Ig. livingrm. Star by General. 50 x 10' 1 BR. furniture clothing. etc. Call Wil- 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 66479. 15 Cars Will Be Sold
Si heater. carport. 8. util.! .. Sun parlor. dining rm., Ig. custom made excellent cond. liams Service Center. Hawthorne FR 2-0963 2727 NW 6th St.
BLACK ACRESPRICED rrru.space low down payment > take portecochere BbL garage beautiful .- Can be rented at Orange Lake Rd. 372-3937. _____ CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew Dealer Ar 'Wholesale Prices.
$. Phon shade trees lots of nice flowers with Lakeside 'view be and Used $60
BY OWNER. 1 up mo. payments of U or can 73 Musical Merchandise
TO SELL
bedrooms. 2 baths. hardwood Including 9 Ig. camellias & moved to trader park of your 64 Household Good'sPIECE Complete line of photo suppllllFULLER'S
3723506.MOVE azaleas fish pool. lot 150 x 15O. FOTO INC
floors central heat. atr-cond. TOMORROW choice In Gainesville or Ocala REPOSSESSED ORGAN
IN 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
units electric range and drapes. Unusual floor plan sets this three Located In small town on Main area. See to appreciate. Call 7 modern formica-top dinette Baldwin! Spinet organ with tone '58 OLDS
Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. bedroom. two bath home apart street near Gainesville. Almost e 591-3001 Mcintosh Exchange. Mr. set. Charcoal color. $35. GOLF bag 2 woo."*. I Irons glove cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond -
'3125 W. Unlv. Av. FR 6-6427. from others. Lifetime terrazzo give away price at $11400. tngalls. Phone FR 6-1581. and balls $25. Phone FR 6-5685 2-61 note manuals 25 note Hordtop.

floors. newly redecorated. BuiltIn W, A. Carlton Jr Phone 446-336S: ONE 40" Electric range excellent after ':00 P.M. pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A .
NOT IN SUBDIVISION. 3 Br. colonial
hardwood floors. fireplace. kitchen. $600.' down Includes EAST SIDE condition. Phone FR 2-1533 for In ; REMINGTON electric typewriter I real bargain. Grldley Music I $265
Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa closing. $101. per month Includes 37 Real Estate Exchanged formation. good condition $100. Call after S Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.
taxes and Insurance. GARDENAPARTMENTS P eM. 3726738. FR 2-5353.
tricks. Kirby Smith Schools. $11-
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested .
500. FHA. $72 per mo. Including Hugh Edwards. Inc. Ft. Lauderdale 3-2 home. $1X500. WILL transfer to responsible party '57 STUDEBAKtR
15
376-7971 and Guaranteed % DISCOUNT ON GLAZeS.For .
taxes and Ins. FR 2-2736. Trade equity for Gainesville choice of four spinet or console
42 Refrigerators from 139 up those Interested In
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. acreage or what-have-you. learning pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. Stotion Wogon.
TIRED OF PAYING RENT $57 per month upGainesville's 9 Ranges from $39 up ceramics classes are held every
FURNISH evenings. litter Spinet Piano trade back
Buy me for $100 down and payments CBS house completely Call 376-6943 17 Washers from $19 up Mon., Wed.. Si Frt. evening, 7 to
of $45 per mo. I am :3 ED. refrig.,. range. Must sacrifice SELL Trade equity In '61 Champion Finest 8 Dryers from $49 up 9 P.M. ELLA'S CERAMICS 2145 save $220. Wurlltzar Organ with $225
BR In size about C yrs. old. this weekend. FHA $450 55x10 for house In Gv1lle. Furnished or unfurnished 2 Food-Freezers from $79 up E. University Ave. FR 6-5568. sound & motion pick up pay
Located at 2316 SE 9th PL on a TOTAL cash. I pay all the rent. Also 1 acre of highway frontage Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart 2 Dishwashers from $49 up ments.we have a piano to fit
lot 100 x 100. Call owner FR 6- Call 3725792 or 372-6869. House on 41. 3 M. N. Wllllston deep ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 10 TV Sets from $35 up GROCERY stock and equipment at any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., '57 I
2524 or 374-4710. will be shown on Sat and Sun. well pump. 528-2077 after 6:30. 9608. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 439 SW 3rd St. for Information 702 W. Unlv. Ave 376-0031 RMBLER
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419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 call ,FR A-A8BT
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39 Out of Town Property 1 BR-DR- kitchen. all utll. turn. USED Maytag automatic washer. 200 FT. welded wire fence 48" 73 Musical A'erchandiM
for cooking & oil for $230
except heat. $67.50 gas per mo. upstairs til $65. Phone 376-2905 after 5 P.M. high, IS line posts. 1 walk gate TRUCK LOAD OF US PIANOS .

STARKE: 11 room. 3 bath homeon NE 3rd Ave. Call Fred Guy. $40. Phone 376-4074. Buy now for this fall. Many to
COLOREC large lot. Close to' Bank 3723617 or 3720989. SOFA & chair coil springs dark NEW furniture at wholesale prices. choose. from. Instant credit. STUDEBAKER !
Church. Schools. & market. Ideal gray nylon tweed. Boucle recently Canvas chairs $8, bar stoc's! $8 Gainesville Music Center 57

for home office apt*., nursing NICE furnished first floor apt. good i reupholstered.' Like new. $75. 81 $15 marble top coffee table _372-5421. 1073-25 W. Unlv. Ave. 4-Door Sedan.
home. beauty shop etc. Sell or residential section, convenient to Ph. 372-5847. $40 walnut Iron end table $15.

RENTALS trade for Galnesvlll. property. stores & bus line within walking FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 cherry hat racks $1.50 4* wrItIng 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals $250
H. G. Bellinger. Starke. distance of square. Couple only. gal. with gas heater attached also table $40 fire screens :39*
Rent $65 monthly. Phone 376-5846. & 54" $25. 4x4 divider
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete room PRIVATE PILOT
41 Residential IncomeFOR ONE bedroom air conditioned 40- with gauges 2 crane shallow $50. Gaddum Interiors 12 NW GROUND SCHOOL ": "'
BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW ft. New Moon trailer. full. tlz* well pumps. Inquire Lewis 3rd Ave. 9:30 to 5:30. F.A.A. Approved'Sanderson AudioVisual 57 OLDS 1.1' .
.
bath. Ig. kitchen living room. Jewelry Co. -
CONSTRUCTION SALE Completely furnish $66 FR 22914. REUPHOLSTERED 2 piece sectional Ground School Course 4Door} Sd n. -
UNDER ed 3 unit apt. house located mo. 2 studio couches with bolsters :dressers bedroom suites Starting week of Aug. 17. 1964
front of lot '5' x 200- at 115 N. E. IDEAL for 3 students 3 Irg. rooms. brown newly covered $20 *a. round mahogany dining table For complete/ information. call $160 :
St. Price $15.500 net. Can be kitchen I bath. Partly furnished. 3024 NE 10th St. with 4 leaves reclining chairs. FR 26351 Cassels In the Air
financed. F R '-'456. $105 mOo 923 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR wicker sofa & 2 chairs and Inc. Municipal Airport. -
must selL living
LEAVING town
6-9992. I ether household Items. NearlyNu -
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adJoining rm. furn. lamp tables. rug beds. '58 PLYMOUTH :
316 NW 8th
Furniture Shop.
rental property. 200 ft. NEAR CAMPUS. Married couples chests Kenmore washer. good
frontage. 300 block N.E. :3rd only. Not suitable for childrenor cond., kitchenette set etc. Phone Ave. 3761892.WESTINGHOUSE. 2-Door Hardtop Mechanic Special. .

Ave. Will sell together or separately. pets. $70 per month. 376-1942. See at 4158 NW 6th St. refrigerator nice
Ave. FR 2- Phone 376-6651. $45 16" osclllat :
314 N.E. 3rd Electric refrigerator $2S, ; Century 3-speed $125
4752 CHEAP. 40" log fan $10. 222 S. E. 20th St. tY4bA1 6
gas apt. stove $5; gas range Phone FR 6-1416. -
$30. See at 1405 NW 13th St.
42 Forms & Acreage 46 Unfurnished Apts.I 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like new. TODDLERS clothes size 3 sunsults '57 FORD :

$80. Call 372-6081. after 5:30 P. excellent condition. Phone 372-1695 -
80 acres with nice home. ROOM bath refrig.. & stove. Station Wagon.
70 acres perm. pasture. 109 SE 4th Ave. Adults no pets. LIVING or Fla. rm. suite; 2 foam TV TOWERUsed

Brick farm home. $60 per mo. Water furn. Phone rubber lounges 2 end tables. corner television tower telescopic, $250

Call Gladys Smith Realtor 372-4621 or 372.1633- table. Simmons hlde-a-bed FM. 1716 NW .
1228 W. University 372-5393 UphoU chairs. Make offers. 376- 45', also good for ;
Duplex apt. for rent. Excellent 2348. 3rd Ave. Apt. 23. phone 376-7737 '56 RAMBLER
716 acres 10 miles out. residential location. Two bed NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera
rooms. Kitchen equipped. $85.00 GE full-size stove good cond., $50;
$2000 cash Automatic 101 with flash. Regular Wagon.
.. S. E. lAPP, REALTOR per month. Hugh Edwards Inc. West., new.Hse.. $mfr din.refrig.table, for almost $129.95, August Special $105. Sato
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376-7971.
-. PIn2000 Newberry Fla. ,trailer blond fin. $15. FR 2-0982 Ph. 6-l258, 1021 W. Unlv.- Av. 'VOLKSWAGEN $290
2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan
i Large living dining area Double compartment link WANT TO RAISE DOGS or what 47 Houses for Rent Furn. after 4 p.rn. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY, Ruby. red, clean.
.. S i have 5 acres 6 ml. out livable '
Venetian Blinds you. & double
GE refrigerator INC. '
Masonery Construction 2 door
$1495 56 FORD
house. Dead end road. Reasonable
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.i Terrazzo Floors S Tile window sills CLEAN two bedroom house on bus oven GE range. good condition.Both FOR SALE 30 x 30" Premier Paper -
for cash. 466-3130.
., Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and line for married couple only. No $125. Phone 376-4820. Cutter. Like new condition Stotion Wagon. ,

., Large double sliding door shrubbery 160 ACRES cleared modern 3 bedroom children or pets. $85. 2918 NW STUDENT leaving town. household $45. Gainesville Sun Business Office '62 VOLKSWAGENPearl
Insulated Attic home. tobacco allotment. 13th St. FR 2-4686.
closets goods for sale. refrigerator. auto. 372-1441 ext. 28. $160
Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop barn tractor and equipment. utility STUDENTS 10 room furn. house washing machine. air conditioner white radio. WSW extra

SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY. CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS sheds some pasture $36,000. for rent. newly decorated 9 15500 BTU TV and antenna. nice.
BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. $7.200 down balance over 30years. misc. furniture. 412 N.W. 17th St. '
TO .. single beds standing no*. Lease after 5, $1295 55 FORDStolo
For ppointment coll 372-5321 or 3275322Take required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave MELTONMOTO'RS .
Wagon.
FORDYCE t ASSOCIATES INC. Call 495-2375 Archer.
northeast\ lth eve. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. REALTOR 66 Miie. For Safe 61 VOLKSWAGEN
FOR RENT 2 BR I\ouIO In High $100
956 W. Unlv. 376-1236 Springs. partly furn. $50 completely GOLF clubs with bag Mj May Beryl green radio. -
= turn. $55. Mrs. Horace Llnch machine
tag wringer type washing $1095
h 454-1834 High goring $40j toaster, S3; and elec.deepfryer 703 N. Main St. "55 ,METRO

TWO bedroom. 1 bath house. $100 t5- FR e-6895. .. FR 67571FOR .

i: SERVICESHome per me. 308 SE 71st St. Phone 60 VOLKSWAGEN

T after 3:00 PM. FR 2-8949. Value Rated Mango green", dean. $225 .

FIVE room house. 12 mo. basis $995 .
furnished suitable for male Unlv. Used Cars THE CORRECT'TIME '54 METRO
-" students not modern b..t convenIently

And Business more Information located to phone Campus.FR 6-3012.For B&G MOTOR CO. '60 FORD FALCON Convertible. -

FR 2T1411 1 Clean. $150
48 Houses for Tent Unfurn. Cadillac Oldsmobile $495

:2COI NW 13th St. Courtesy Of .
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1 Bedroom. 2 bath built In oven University Chevrolet '54 CHEVROLET
and range 220 w '64 VOLKSWAGENPickup.
BookkeepingGENERAL PlumbingSEWER month. 4004 N. W. i1S:1rt: :: H. Main St. .t IfitbAve.PAINT '

Phone FR 6-2748 for appointment. GAINESVILLE.AUTO like new radio.' $65

INSTALLEDNEW THREE Irg. bedrooms 2 bath SALES $1750
Bookkeeping operating used fixtures, complete hardwood floors N. W. Section.
and financial statements payroll plumbing service8IOV JIM Phone 376-2579 1007 N. Main St. '53 CHEVROLET
records. State end Federal tax '59 FORD PICKUP .
HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbIng ,
returns. I BR 1 bath home. SW section! No Phone FR 2.6313
FR 1-1,.,.
redlo heater.
Camper, elaan,
FEDERAL BOOKKEEPING students. For app?. call 372-4633. Northcentral Florida's $150. -

:TAX SERVICE.. UpholsteryUPHOLSTER UNFURNISHED > bedroom horn Largest JOB ,$1095 .

1251! NW 4th Ave. S73-1SS1 $110 par mo.'Call 376-7466. Independent Dealer '51 PLYMOUTH

your fumftvr al I BR,. 1 bath complete kitchen, '62 VOLKSWAGEN.Kombt ,
reasonable prices. Call Salty. near'schools and shopping center.
BulldozingSMALL Experienced. FR 6-9.... GAl For Information call Manare'a $3995 extra clean $40
N.W 1W Ter.Remodeling. Restaurant. FR 2-460. $1395 _
bulldozer loe er, dump BARKLEYMOTORS
trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Top 3 BR. 1 bath $150 also 3 BR '2 -
(Oil PtX n> 12-7tA6.. bath house central heat air

cond. $175 per me. FR 6-34C1. At.

LcndscophtgLANDSCAPE DO YOU NEED. Florida room. u 3BR. 1 bath all util. turn. Including Miller-
tra room. more rat vark HAWESPOWERSBODY
room. light, water, fuel *It RIDGWAYMOTOR
.. SERVICE or maybe a complete new home? grass cut. $115 per. mo. 2636 NW "IN THE AUTO GAME- SHOP
For e free estimate. & guaranteed -
-- '-- 2nd Ave. 376-7986. BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
Grass-Sod-Garden VaiivNursery work, phone Carl C. 611 S.W. 3rd St.
stock of all kInds.CREVASSES: Waters. 3721CM.EXPERIENCED. THREE bedroomhouse.. 4 miles 2201 N. Main St. Brown
4 ':Appliance Repair & NURSERY North of Archer on 41. Phone FR,2-4373 FR 2-0538
Landscape Co. CARPENTER 495-2214. Archer B CO.

: Air Conditioning Fit 6-JS14 for free .*tlm,U. Paint and repair Job performed by TWO BR. 1 bath stone and con 1030 L
carpenter who loves his trade. crete house..Freshly painted

:- Lownmower ServiceF CALL FR 6-4907 walls inlaid oak floors. Ig. shady Univ. Ave. *1132 S MAIN ST. .FR 2-8433
A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP yard. No children or pets. FR 2-3512 ,
First In air conditioning and Appliance 1st St. Call FR 6-3035.
E.
321 S. CLEARANCE SALE
for fast end
re alra. We sell guarantead -- U Lawnmower Shop Sewing Machine Repairs
washers refrigerators etc dependable service. 105 S. W. PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT.In I
Fit C-OSCT. 2nd Ave. We sharpen Knives scissor CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- Westpark 2030 NW 55th su
and repair small electric VICE CO. by owner. low down payment, 3. -
81S W. University
Auto Gloss motors. Ave. 376-1075. We repair ell BR. Phone 3720258.UNFURNISHED 64, DARTS DODGES BIG 880s 5 % & 5 % SALE
Mafces Wertr fully yuaranVftf. how for rent 1
Ads block from beach. 3 BR, 2 bathroom CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS
Sun Want
AUTO GLASS U our only bustrxsa. I TELEVISION house. Rent $55 per me.
Immediate Installations
Ph. 475-2165 or 475-4061 HARDTOPS 1964 RAMBLERS
free pickup delivery. Add
beauty 8. val* to your car.MAULDINI Get Results PICTURE TUBE Repair S ec.iL 11
AUTO GLASSco.. per Inch plus $10 to tnatall most 49 R .mi Fe Rent 2 DOOR COST $ 1693

*:323 NW. ,ttl St FR 4-Z551. tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special
Reconditioned TVs from 8t.f5. ATTENTION MALE STUDENTS. Your 'Own Deal I'/ SEAN plus 5 % 84
THE VARIETY STORE "Figure
reasonable rates
_. 'Auto Equipment Mortgage Broker double rooms'at ,
*
7 S.E. 1st Ave. kitchen IIv. mom. maid service
4 Technician's with $4 year experience Included. FR 2-2726. .
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 1. MORTGAGE MONEY on all makes. TAKE FACTORY LABEL PRICE. .,. $000.00 1777
exchanged; : Repair kits for SV* per cent Interest. Terms to j, LARGE room for men for rent
T. V. SERVICE double access to &hewer -
Walker Jack 25 yean. single er
ed Walker :cscrlcI"t; I BUY BUILD REFINANCE PROMPT DEPEMCA&LE and refrigerator. Phone FR DEDUCT 10% ...-.-. .o.000.00
,.S.rviciA4ent.HULLI- BRAKE : 'can Open to 4-Closed Wed. at 1 P.M. MMl or 372-1115. 41* N.E. End
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE Ave. --
-.. Main FR M49 42N.WJ0th Ph. 372-317 YOUR PRICE OOO
FHA and conventional at lowest NICE large room close In. private .,
'Appraisal Servic.FREDS. current rates. Terms to 25years. WINDOW CLEANING entrance. 204 NE. 5th Ave.
Will gladly dIscuss at ,no PhOne Fit 60266. Delivered! With or Without a Trad.! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

REALTOR. ARNOLD obligation..,W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.J. Realtor. FOR tar business bedroom man T.V.er phone student etc.mas-prO.entrancs. 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTY'SEE STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!

REAL ISTATI APPRAIULSERVICE 31N.MalnSt. Ph. FR 1444 garage space avail.LlM.mI .
after 6. Home of 5% Profit 5% Financing
FRED B.
fbi, W. UNIV. AVE. PH. J7J-332J FHA AND EALTOR CONVENTIONALLOANS ARNOLD ,Sun Want Ads THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT.POOL(4ABLEMQT0U.. RIDGWAYMOTOR.


.SUBLEASEBuilding
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PR ,372-3522
Sun Want Ads at -
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GLADYS Smith -
FHA I : CO.
and conventional : Low GetResults 229 W. UNIV. AVE. .
rates. Terms to 25 vaars. 1228
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G Results W.. Unlv. Ave. 372-5393. Neat. Doe newt to,..Florid : 1132 S. St. FR 2-8433 :

5- F. H. A. t -. leeN FIRS:1.
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. _PHONE 372-0440 119 S.E. AVE. PHONE 372-4343 MiN
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OUR CARS ARE '59 CADILLAC .
1595 1 '
BUYS Sedan. Air conditioned. \ :".
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'57 CADILLAC $
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ALWAYS PRICED "
'Fleetwood. Air conditioned. 895 We're Making Room for'65's

SO' LOW YOU'DTHINK 56 CADILLAC 395
Coupe DeVille. Air conditioned.
SEEP '62 OLDS $ HURRY in and choose from our entire stock of Brand New
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WE AREWHOLESALING 2S95
"98" Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.

!' 'F85 62 OLDS 1595 1964 FORDS

'60 OLDS


F 54chrySIer R&H.... $100 '""60 98"88"OLDS Hardtop Hardtop Sedan.Sedan. Air conditioned. $1595 i 495'S9 PRICED SO. LOW YOU CAN'T SAY NO!

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OLDS 1095 FALCONS

Seden. Air conditioned. .
mouth, '59 OLDS 1295 FAIRLANES
'p 59PI Sedan. V4 $575
trans. "98" Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.
r nice set of '
:. '59 OLDS 995 r GALAXIES I
"88" Hardtop Coupe.

A 4dr.Simca Sedan..Heat. '58 OLDS 595 f T-BIRDS
ere 4 cyL over.
61 1 head valve engine. $375 Convertible.
4-speed tires.Chevrolet. grey trans.Solid good' '58 OLDS $'395 MOST ALL COLORS AVAILABLE

i Sedan.
'57 OLDS P395

58 4-dr.Sedan. 'cyr.. $399 Sedan. Air conditioned. -:
; a ;
R&H.,standard 57 OLDS $200
trans runs good.
E Hardtop Coupe.
'63 BUICK P3295

Pontiac4dr.. $ Station Wagon. Air conditioned. YOU CAN SAVE LIKE CRAZY ON
S S S V-t trans., standard,Sedan.runs Raw good. 145Tempest '59 BUICK 1195

Real buy at Electra Sedan. 1964 FORD DEMONSTRATORS
.. '59 BUICK
-rA. !':' r' i A 1195
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Coupe. Air,conditioned.
.,Sedan.,Auta. - - - - -
6 2 trans., heater real $1345'2dr. 63 CHEVROLET $2195
clean low millag. !-
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1964 Impala Sedan.
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'63 CHEVY I II I 1995 FANTASTICON SA VINGS,
Buick Nova Sedan.

j FORD'CLEARANCE 5 7 Sedan 2-ton.trans Special, blue 4-dr.auto.ps. &R&H $5 7 5 'Station CHEVROLET. Wagon. 1595

: Ivory finIsh. '4-speed.62 MONZA 1595 ALL USED CARS



,. :.M ol, SALE 57 Olds"with auto.R&H 88",I-dr.wsw.trans.solid hardtop.black PS. $399 ''Station 60 60 CHEVROLET CHEVROLET Wagon.V-8. $1295 1195 ; AND TRUCKS! .. '

Station Wagon. 6-cyl. Standard front. _
; SHAW '61 !'MPALAHardtop
1595
2PlymouthSavoy $1395 Sedan. Air conditioned. 1962 1963 1959 1960 1961 .-
.. F & 6 '60 IMPALA Corvair Ford Ford Chey. Yolks :
1395 Monza 4-dr. Galaxle XL I- 4-dr.sta., wag. Impala 2-dr. <
& wsw. Sedan. Air conditioned. Low R&H, 4-speed dr. HT R&H. R&H FordoHT., R&H PS, Convt.. R&H, : .
Hardtop .
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: transmission.. Com. PS solid matic X white light tan. Red & white.
*.KEETER Dodge $ Station 63 FALCON Wagon. 1695. RATE $1395' $2345 $545' $AVE [ $945 :
4-dr. Sedan. Heat. 66.6excellent
60 er, V-I Inglne '61 FALCON
238 W. University standard trans, 1195 6%
cond.
Station Wagon.
Phone FR 6-5371
-. '61 FORD 1960 1959 1959 1957 1961
FalconCountry 1295 F.Inanclng Chev. Ford Cher. Ford _
Olds .
Squire, Sedan. Sta. wagon, 9pass. C/300: 2-dr. < 2-dr. heater, .
"''
automatic trans. $1695 0n All V-8, Super SI sta. cyU stlckshift Powerglide. F/L 506" 6dr, : .-
6 2 60 FORD ,
RfcH. VR&H
R&H. 170 cu. I in. 795 heater standard wagon PS. PB, A/C. with heater A Red & white. Com. .
engine very good trans. gas saver.
'SALECS cond. 'Station 61 CHRYSLER Wagon 1695 New $895 $795. $495 L$244 $995 :-


Sedan. Air conditioned. and
4dr.62Buick $179'5, '62 CROWN IMPERIAL 2995
?"S Air conditioned. Uud I960 Ford 196,1 1961 1952 1949 :
Ford Falcon :
'59 PLYMOUTH' 695 1=/L MO 4-dr F or.Stude. .
F/L J-dr. "*"; .
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IL 64 2-dr.Sedan.4 cyL. $1895 : '60 DODGE 895 I 945& white.. $845 : $845 $115 $145 :
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64 PONTIAC $2595
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'61BUICK I $1195 $1568 1964 TR-4 Heater TRIUMPH WIrt Wheels $2895 $2667 1963 heater Alpine SUNBEAM, Radio $2295 $1997 1 1961 heater Alpine SUNBEAM,, hardtop overdrive.radio, $1595 $1347 ::

All olr cond., cl". 1964 MUSTANG 1963 VOLVO 1961 CORVAIR :
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4 Convertible PB. AT VI R&H.AC. PS $3847 3495 drive.PI800 Air.Electric over. 3395 2996 Monza.R&H, AT.2-door sedan 1395 'I 1162 1 .

1964 4-dr FORD, air PS, PB AT, 3095 2887 1963 VALIANTV200, 4-door sedan, 995 1 1786 1961 COMET, :
: $2495 $2168 R&H. AT. R&H. 4 door radio 1295 042 1 :.
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door hardtop V-I. automatic 1964 HILLMAN 1963 TR4Roadster
PS, radio, h.ater, clean.I ,
Super Minx AT R&H. 1995 1688 R&H. 2495 2347 1961 MERCURY, :
white walls. Station wagon 4-door. 1795 1487
1963 TRIUMPH loaded. :
1964 English CONSUL Ford 2-dr, 1695 567 Spitfire, radio 2195 1 1974 1961 DODGE Lancer :
$2168 heater ,
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$2495 R&H. door hardtop AT 1295 1 1122 1 ...
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1963 M G
Cream puff V-I automatic todl. 1963 VOLVO
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Midget Radio 1895 ,
6 h.at.r. heater. PHOO radio* 3195 1 2828 1961 ENG. FORD :
heater 2-door 695 566 ..
1963 MERCURY 1962 TR4 sedan.
.'60 CORVAIR S195 S668 4-dr.PS PB.sedan R&H AT. 2695 2343 Wheels Roadster, electric R&H O Wire-D. 2195 2043 1961 VOLKSWAGEN :
s 4 Joor, SS. 1963 OLDSMOBILE,. 3074 1962 TR4 Sedan.Radio, heater. 1295 1115 : i
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Loaded. Roadst.R&H. wire 2145 1996 1961 SIMCA

: 'r' DODGE 1963 2-door.PONTIAC hardtop, 2995 2787 1962 wheels PORSCHE 3495 3127 door Sedan. 695 518.:
S895 S668 loaded. Super, coupe '75 1961 DKW
T. condition, 6 CJI.. automatic, 1963 VALIANT 1962 R BUICK H tinted windshield. 2-door 695 518
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V-100. RaH 1645 +ed+n.
nil'' tr h..ter. 4-door. 2695 2386
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1963 FORD doer, radio, 747
2192 1962 BUICK 995
Station Wagon.alr.ldr. 2495 heater. _
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CHRy'SLER Loaded. 1960 VAUXHALL .;:
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' .V TRUCKS 1963 2-door AT. R&H PS, PB 2995 2747 1962 Electra BUICK r convertible. 2995 2791 4-door Sedan. 695 518 :
II I 1963 OLDSMOBILE Lo.adld. 1960 CHEVROLET .,
F-M. Jet Fire. Loaded. 2895 2747 1962 FORD 4-door sedan. 1195 1042 ;
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1963 1100 FIAT Sedan. 4door.R&H. 1395 1119 1 1 1952 FA1RLANE 1960 4-door CADILLAC sedan.Loaded. 2292 :
'63 FORD 500.sedan.4doortierdtopPS. 4-door. 1695 1456 2495 :
: $1595 I $1268 1963 CHEVROLET. PB., 2595 2334 1962 FORD 1960 VOLVO .09.
tconollne nice truck. 2-door sedan. 1195 996
R&H. AT. Gliaxi.500 !door 1895 1667 Air. -..
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: 1963 1100 R&H.M G Sedan,2 door, 1695 1557 1962 PS.CHRYSLER2door sedan R&H AT. 1695 1496 1959 Radio Heater.TR-3 1195 i 914 ._:.
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Fury.2-dr.hrdtp3U 2695 2474 2-door hardtop 2595 2387 2-door sedan. 495 389
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Good Hound Federal Workers' Next Pay Checks to Be Fatter 1 \ i



WASHINGTON AP) Fed- about,$15.5 billion. 'ials, Including federal judges. will get $7,500-a-year raises. The new annual salaries for $330 to $10,420. !
eral government people ranging For most of those covered the The biggest raises $10,000- That will give the appellate the high court will be $40.000 for i The average raise for the 550,.
from mailmen and stenographers -raises will show up on the next i-year will go to the nine judges annual salaries $33,000 the chief justice and $39,500 forthe 000 postal employes will be 5.8 II
Hard to FindBy to Cabinet officers and pay check- retroactive to July members of the Cabinet, mak- and the district judges and associate justices.For per cent. For the 375,000 letter
members of Congress get pay 1. Members of Congress will ing their annual salaries $35,000. members of Congress $30,000. the 1.1 million white col- carriers among them, that will

increases under legislation I have to wait until next Jan. 1 to The next vice president and The smallest in size of th v federal workers, the average mean about $325 a year more.IThat's 'I
President Johnson signs into get their $T,500-a-year in- the speaker" the House will major raises goes to the Su ncrease will be about 4.3 per I 1 about $6;a week.
HOLLY IRONS law today. creases. get $8,000 a year, putting their preme Court justices $4,500 : int. A typical government sea't MBM H B MM B
He reared up, put his paws on ,(Picture on Page 1.) The new scales cover 1.7 mil- The act provides raises rang- annual salaries at $43,000. year. The House had voted the tary will get an annual boost Two great architects once
the gate, and looked me rightIn lion persons and add $558 mil- ing from 2.7 per cent to 30 per Members of the House and Se- $7,500 but the Senate trimmed i ito r about $310 a year. L"1.the. up- maintained offices at Scotland II
the eye. Five feet four,inches ty was shot in the ensuing con- lion to the annual federal civil- cent, with the bigger boosts nate, judges of the courts of ap- $2,500 and a compromise wa 2r middle bracket an employe Yard -- Inigo Jones and Sir
Isn't very tall for a person but fusion. ian pay roll which now runs going to the highest level offi- peal, and federal district'judges struck. i laking $10,090 will go up by Christopher Wren.

it is for a dog. The dogs are worked in re 1 J
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lays. When one tires out, another ;
is red- .
Champ a magnificent '
takes his the trail :,- ', ,, ,, 4., *
coated bloodhound belonging to place up -:: ',; .', :!: '
the Alachua County Sheriff's where he left off. Often, several
Lean and counties pool their dogs in a :
Department lanky,
loose-jointed, most of Champ's long search. These hounds have :
concentrated in been out of this county many
95 pounds seem
his paws and his face. His feet times. Great taste $ ......
are huge and compact, almostas Bloodhounds are usually gen- new
hard as a horse's hoof. Rollsof tle, friendly dogs. Their vicious-
from
derives
excess skin engulf his face. sounding name
the fact that they were one of
bloodshot .
His small, eyes peer
wearily out at the world, and the fist dogs of "pure blood""developed -
the whole business is flanked by "blooded hounds.

two long, pendulous ears. These MacKnight bathes the hounds :' ":;"
ears are not just for decoration. frequently. Like any animals '". <
They help to concentrate scent kept in pens, they tend to develop tobacco ';;" L, .

around the hound's face. a rather strong odor, and pipe .. :
when they are taken out to ..
In the next pen, Suzie owpedfor work, they must be carried in I
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attention. Lighter in weight a car. They have to be kept a ), ti1"
and color, Suzie is just a pup "socially acceptable." -.40- ; :
and still in training. She weighs Also kept in the kennels be-
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only 65 pounds. She's much less hind the jail are stray dogs '

dignified, too. Given the chance, picked up outside the city, and
she would bound against you in dogs that have bitten some- \ <
an invitation to play. She'd prob- one and must be kept for a in filter
ably knock you flat on your period of time to see i! they a .
back. develop rabies.A .

Their handler, Lloyd Mac- big brown and black Ger- .
Knight, Is a trusty at the county -man Shepherd has just finished <'
jail where the hounds are such a quarentine."He's -'
kept. He goes with the dogs a good dog," says'Mac-
when they are used to trail a Knight, "but he bit his owner'
criminal or lost child. when he tried to drag him out !
!
He uses only one dog at a of a dogfight. r I
time to trail, keeping the dog on "I've got to see if his folks! cigarette
a leash all the time. There is a want him back. If they don't"
knack to this, explains Mac- he will be up for adoption. '
Knight. If a dog of this size Most stray dogs brought here'
han- are adopted in a week or so.
he
gets excited, can pull a
dler down unless he knows If not, they go to the humane
just how to hold him. society and if not adopted there
usually go to the university to
Champ can run full speed on I
a trail for about an hour before be used for experiments.
MacKnight likes his job. He Is
tiring. MacKnight runs right
along with him. At first this serving a 20-month sentence as
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was hard he says, but now he an "accomplice to forgery.
He says there is a chance his ,.
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keeps up with the dog easily.
sentence be shortened,
may 1
Champ runs silent on the :-
trail until he is nearly on top of but he is not concerned about it. ... .r. ,
Thisis As a trusty, he has a pretty ,
his quarry, then he bays. -
free rein. His family lives in
It
good, explains MacKnight.
Gainesville and comes to see rp.. '
warns the posse and they can
fan out and surround a crimi- him often. Sometimes he says :, .. r
he even gets to go home. He, "
nal.A likes and has Weimeran- .
bloodhound in Levy County Mac- er of dogs his own at home.a I \< PIPE TOBACCO IN A FILTER CIGARETTE
this
failed to do says < I', :
Knight, and lead a posse right ; i t :
Picking Beauty ?
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LONG BEACH, Calif.'(AP) p > ; /7'
Miss International a girl /
StricterRZlles
who'll get $10,000 cash with her r.

crown will be chosen tonight .
For from 14 foreign beauties and '

one from SanDiego, Calif.In .
addition to cash and crown,, .

Fla. Milk contract the winner for will world-wide receive a personal year's- S !Lmp

and a wardrobe.The .
TALLAHASSEE (AP) -State appearances .

Agriculture Commissioner Doyle .
teen age girl is the ___ l
maximim bacteria
Conner the -
says least well fed member of the
count allowed in fluid
milk sold in Florida will be cut family.

in New half.regulations will go into &N/;

effect Conner at a authorized date not yet Thursdaythe set. You get pleasing aroma- and a


bacteria lowering count of from the 200,000 allowable to great new taste! The secret? This

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for milk farms
100,000 on dairy

and from 400,000 to 200,000 for filter cigarette is packed with /
milk in distributors' plants be- auto claim service

fore pasteurization.Conner also said. that milk -largest national America's best-tasting pipe tobacco /
claims network. .'
brought in from other states /
Contact !
would be its me today
at
inspected pointof
origin if he has the authorityto -famous Half and Half /

require it. An opinion has
been asked from the state attorney 117 N.!. .

general. 15th Ave. Smoke new Half and Half Filter
Conner said that inspectionsat
dairy farms and distribution I PhoneFRanklin
plants would also be stricter Cigarettes. There's a cargo of

than in the past.
"With the new limits we can 2-0444 for !
contentment in store
still import into Florida all the you
milk we need without risk of becoming
a dumping ground for Ralph Turlington

inferior surplus milk," he said. 21013
"We do not expect to create
state line problems since Ala-any STATE FARM "i Y; oRLtf
bama's sanitary requirementsare rosy MutY&AYtOmobII.Offal BJoMtactM.1lnce HUM Couipr (w) Product of a't ie&&yuy' eA.T.'co.SEE .

the same as we propose."
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