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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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J By DONALD JANSON .

ABILENE, Texas Billy Sol Estes, self-confident despitethe Nuclear Arms Stand
handicap of bankruptcy and the possibility of a long prison
sentence, has begun a grandiose new international business
operation.
If plans materialize, the name of the fallen
financier will go up in lights over a nationwide New York
chain of hotels and motels, facsimile "wild .
west" towns for tourists,.and franchised shops Times lSserVlce :; IIIJ
selling curios from abroad. 11
This is just a beginning. The 39-year-old: xExcIush.c To Nation's
an's mind runs these days to working with .
others to corner a substantial share of the na- aI
tion's life insurance industry. He has expressed : >. .t..
Security'WASHINGTON
interest as well in a plan to control outlets for sale of natural
gas in Europe. fl; x is
(AP) Presi- .:
Estes' multimillion-dollar cotton, fertilizer and grain storage
empire collapsed two years ago when he was indicted on dent Johnson accused Sen. Bar- *.i '
charges of swindling and conspiracy to defraud. He is free ry Goldwater Saturday of mak-
on $140,000 bail while state and federal convictions are being ing "loose charges on nuclear ;
appealed.A weapons without any shadow of
tr S5
second federal charge, set for trial Nov. 9 in Dallas, justification. .. a
is misrepresentation of his financial health in order to qualifyas The Republican presidential
a bonded custodian of surplus government grain. This candidate said Johnson in a
conviction could add up to 15 years to the 23 years in peni- statement to a news conference,
tentiary sentences now being appealed. is thereby doing "a disservice to --j r
Numerous other state and federal proceedings are pending our national security, a disservice
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against Estes involving civil, criminal, tax and bankruptcy to peace, and for that mattera .
matters. disservice to the entire free
The once powerful west Texas promoter broke his rigid world." ; a ,t

policy against granting interviews last week in order to explain "So it seems to me," the
the change of heart he says now motivates his re-entry President said, "that even at : g a
e *
into business.At the price of some reflection, the a, .
least until he is released from bankruptcy, re-entry will Republican candidate ought to y .< Nis
be confined to an unpaid advisory capacity, with others listedas keep his lenses in his glasses, at .( a
owners and officers of Billy Sol Estes Enterprises, Inc. least on the subject of nuclear V '-9.,
Otherwise earnings might be claimed by several hundred warheads." oe( .....,
Estes creditors. '
Training his wrath, too, on t
(See ESTES on Page 2)) Goldwater's running mate, Rep. -

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Tobacco Festival Page 12A.William Like anyone moving into a new home, Jim Talbot (left) looks a bit harried as filing cabinets into

newly constructed Idylwild Elementary School, where he will be principal when it On the other
E. Miller, the President end of the filing cabinet is Emmett :Martin, who will be the school's custodian. not a bit impressedby
Adds New LaurelsBy accused the New Yorker of the men's energetic efforts to get things going, is one of the new pupils, 8, son of Mrl and
"equally false and reckless" in- Mrs. W. R. Bratcher, of 2049 SW 44th Ave. Idylwild School is located south near the Williston
terpretations of orders given to Cutoff. It is one of two identical new schools here about to be completed at a $471,000. (Sun photo
U.S. military commanders for by Eddie Davis.)
BUZZ MLXSON played their and
beauty talent
the retaliatory strike last week
Sun Area Editor before a standing room only
HIGH SPRINGS Janls crowd as the queen.contest of against North Vietnamese pa- Sister
trol boats and bases. Nikita Takes Dim
Lynn Biewend, 17, of Gaines- the first Tobacco Festival un-
The Johnson gibe at Goldwater -
ville, added another crown to folded.
her pixyish pretty head last First runner u for the and lensless eyeglasses was zcrS
p
night as she became queen of queen title. was Pamela McCa- prompted ting front by page a play photograph- the get Re- View of Goldwater

High Springs' first annual Tobacco leb, 17-year-old Lake City beau publican candidate poking a

Festival. ty. She is .the;daughter of Mr. finger, 'through frames he I' ti.... Housetop i
The'brown eyed, b row n- i
and Mrs. R.: L. McCaleb and
donned Friday so that photographers LONDON (AP) Premier "Mr. Khrushchev smiled and
haired Gainesville High.Schoolsenior (See FESTIVAL on Page 2A) Waldo woman's brother
could without'the
last June received her get pictures Khrushchev was quoted Satur looked out of the window. Afteranother
first crown as queen of the reflections lenses sometimescause. day as saying in an interview "I prod, he said: 'Thereare to visit her yesterday but
Newberry Watermelon FestivaL l would hardly describe Gcldwa- some strange phenomena in found an eerie early
Nine lovely candidates dis- I This crack and Johnson's ter as an embellishment." the world. I would hardly de- trail that lead to her
attack drew no direct response The interview took place scribe Goldwater as an embel- My
from the Arizonan Immediately Thursday with Lord Thomson, lishment'." Q 'tBERRY
Bond Issue "The senator has on Canadian-born newspaper mag- He said he did not want to in- z Thornton Greene of St.
intention of replying in kind," nate, in the personal coach of terfere with American elections. told the Alachua
Report DueComlnission said a press aide in a statement."He the Soviet leader's special train These were Khrushchev's only Sheriff's Office he and
stick to the is- stopped in about 1:30
prefers to traveling through the virgin remarks on the presidential
sues." lands of Kazakhstan. The interview contest.In morning at the Lake
But, the statement went on: appears in The Sunday home of his sister, Mrs.
A status report on bond issue "Now perhaps the Presidentwill Times, one of Lord Thomson'spublications. answer to a question Adeline Stoddard.
projects will be given the whether he would favor a summit -
Gainesville City Commission at attempt to explain whetherhis conference early next year found the front door open
its meeting tomorrow night by advance warning given to Lord Thomson said the Soviet aimed at an agreement banningthe television set playing to
enabled themto NameDivision
Manager Bill Green. the Communists leader was wary of discussingSen. use of nuclear weapons in house.
City alert the antiaircraft defense Barry Goldwater, Republican
war Khrushchev said "We
last February en-
voters
City '. which shot down two U.S. of the with a flashlight,
nominee for president
$6 }, would be ready. A new initiative
3-1 margin
dorsed a
by a in the death of noticed ladder lead-
planes, resulting United States. a
bond for capi- would be welcome. .
million program one pilot and the capture of an the roof. Climbing it, he
said
tal "When Lord Thomson He expressed doubt, however
improvements.The projects include the proposed i other." that many people all over the that even such an agreement Chairman his sister lying face
new city hall, the east This was a reference to John- world were concerned about could be completely effective. on the roof.

Gainesville sewer project, and son's speech on the night of Goldwater's speeches the Soviet "The trouble is," the pub- her hand was a wrecking
work on streets, sidewalks, itT{ Aug. 4, in which he announcedthe leader remarked: 'You said it lished interview quoted Khru- Sam Berry, industrial one curved end still hook
parks and drainage problems.The 1 attack, while U.S. planes not me. He's your ally notmine' shchev as saying "The losing tions manager of a bare portion of a
city commisssion meets were in the air en route to the ," the article said. side will always use nuclear poration's Electronic electrical wire.

In the Utilities Operation Cen- .',:, North Viet Nam bases. "Would you disagree with weapons in the 1 ast resort to vision here, has been 1B-6B
ter, 555 SE 5th Ave., at 7:30 t 1' J The debate over Johnson's or- Goldwater's position?' asked avoid defeat. If a man thinks a division chairman Sheriff Johnny L. Yar-
QUEEN JANIS (SEE JOHNSON on Page 2)) Lord Thomson. (See NIKITA on Page 2)) 1965 United Fund after piecing together
p.m. General Chairman gathered from

,tin said Berry will head theorized that Mrs.
tional Firms Division, decided to fix a por-
responsible for United of her roof just before dark
tributions from national after heavy rains had

' Gainesville with personnel in her to remain indoors
1864The Battle of The division accounted most of the day. I

proximately 8 per cent the metal wrecking bar

"- (See UCF on Page ) bare wire, it and the
roof created enough of a
II II to electrocute Mrs. Stod
UF's the investigator believes.
By PHIL CONSTANS JR. Magnolia, then a small settlement on the west bank of the Saint
services for Mrs.
Prelude (second of three parts) Johns River. IE
TODAY-The The 75th Ohio Mounted Infantry, commanded by Col. A. L. Har- RetiringPercy 43, will be held at j
Since the beginning of hostilities in 1861, Florida had served as a ris, accompanied by one piece of artillery, was to move out to p.m. t o d a y at Kanapaha

MONDAY The Battle source of foodstuff for the Confederacy. According to Brig. Gen. southwest of Baldwin, burn bridges on New River, turn southeastin Beard, I
John K. Jackson, the middle counties of Florida including in par- the direction of Starke and make a junction in that town with Florida head track

ticular the counties of Alachua and Marion, were the most valuable'' the 4th Massachusetts Cavalry that was to arrive at this point the past 27 years, ,
food producing sections of the state. from Magnolia. This combined party, under Colonel Harris, was his retirement y ONE DAY
to sweep the country as far as the south end of Orange Lake Beard is a former SUCCESSSTORY I
In addition to oranges, lemons, limes, and salt, ,these counties and then come in at Palatka. track star and past
Editor's Note: Phil Con- produced annually in excess of 25,000 head of beeves, 10,000 head of After the infantry and cavalry forces had cleared Baldwin, the several world records
tans Jr., now prinicpal of hogs, 100,000 gallons of syrup, 100,000 barrels of fish, and 1,000 town was to be burned by the 104th Pennsylvania Volunteers. hurdles.He .
Cocoa Beach High School, hogsheads of sugar. Having completed this operation, the 104th was to move west to will remain in to the results of this Sun
attended pub 11 c schools threaten the Confederates at Cedar Creek and then return to sition of assistant ad Shatzi! has come home.
To cut off this source of food supply from the Confederate armiesin who i is part of the fom-
In Gainesville and the Uni the field was motive enough for Union operations in the midcounties Jacksonville to board gunboats that would take them, and General rector. of Col. and Mrs. W. R.
versity of Florida. He was motivation that Brig. Gen. Hatch, down the Saint Johns River to Palatka to await the .return Complete story and strayed away recently.
this prompted
of Florida. It
was
Boaz immediately coiled
assistant coach at GUS ing' expedition.It on Page Olin the Big
an John B. Hatch, commanding the Federal troops in the District of Sun Classified Dept. and
while working on a master'sdegree Florida, to plan a raid through the counties of New River Alachua, was anticipated that the entire operation would require five a lost and found ad. In
at the University and and Marion.In days to complete. These were the plans of General John B. Hatch. one day Shatz I was re-
then became principal of Events however, did not quite correspond to his plans. safe and sound. So
Live Oak High School. He addition to the prospect of destroying foodstuff, the General The first deviation in the plans of General Hatch occurred in the WHERETO you're if looking for a
or want to buy.
returned to Gainesville as had the extra motive of securing horses and mules as badly needed movements of the infantry force. As ordered CoL William H. FIND I rent or trade you the place to
- -5A principal of Kirby-Smith El- remounts for his cavalry. This raid was scheduled to get under- Noble marched from Baldwin at daylight on the morning of Au- is in the Want Ad
ementary School and servedas way on Monday, August 15, 18M. gust 15. 1864.In of the Gainesville Sun.
Area . . .
president of the Florida To accomplish the raid, General Hatch issued on August 13, 18M, his column were the 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment .' Classified . -*brawn FEMALE short DACHSHUND hair, name
Education Association at that the following orders. Col. W. H. Noble was to take an infantry 34th U. S. Colored Troops, 35th U.s. Colored Troops, 102nd U.S. Comics . . Shatzi. Lost In vicinity of 2100
time. Two years ago, after force, accompanied by three pieces of artillery, and move along Colored Troops twenty men of the 75th Ohio Mounted Infantry Markets .St.374-0000.N.w. Reward offered."
completing work on his doctorate the Florida Atlantic and Gulf Central Rail Road to a point twelve Regiment and a detachment of the 3rd Rhode Island Artillery Movies . .
at the University, he miles west of Baldwin where the tracks crossed the Little SL Light Battery A., with three pieces of artillery.. Records indicatethe Obituaries . hard at Sun such Wont low -costs.Ads
became principal at Cocoa Marys River. At this point the Confederates had an establish- force was no less than, 2,000 men ,and no more than 3,000 men. Opinion Page your family want-ad on
Beach. He is the son of Dr. ment named Camp Jackson. Colonel Noble was to threaten the As ordered Noble marched on the west side of the Florida Rail Sports ; . 6 to )12 day low rate plan! .
and Mrs. H. P. Constans, 108 Confederates at this point and serve as a screen for the cavalry Road, which ran from Fernandina through Baldwin Starke, Waldo, Television Logs us today 3728441.
N.W. 20th Terrace., operation. and Gainesville to Cedar Key. Women's . .
Proof of Result
Having completed the mission Noble's force was to retire tot (See THE BATTLE,Page HA) I

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GORDON: PARKER Harold Edsel Mann, -"

Funeral services will be held all of Kenosha Wis.; and eight ders broke out last Wednesdayat '; \ 0 By NORM LaCOE chua County, including the costs average ost,'per:mile,_is '$400,-

tomorrow at 4 p.m. for GordonL. grandchildren. 'Hershey, Pa., where Goldwa- ZONESA Sun Staff Writer I to acquire rights of way. 000. *. -

Parker, 39, who died when Williams-Thomas Funeral ter told a news conference after : Partly cloudy through Sunday Interstate 75 cost nearly $15 The superhighway curves 37 Most of the cost was borne

his residence burned yesterday.Mr. Home is in charge. a Republican unity session that night with thundershowers.widely scattered No mostly' million to build through Ala- miles through the county. The by the fed e r al. government
daytime Important- '
Parker of 2463 SE 10th seemed to authorize ,l& .u&m
MARTHA BENNAFIELDFuneral they commanders -I temperature changes.: High Sunday which allocates money to the
Ave., was a sheet metal 'work-, in Southeast Asia to 84 to 92.,Mostly' south and southwest 'a 'matching basis.
wind t to 16 knots. states'on
services will be held
er and member of the Forward use nuclear weapons.
With Christ Mission Church. today at 4 p.m. for Mrs. Mar When a reporter asked Gold- BCD: Mostly fair through Work FilibusterOn The Alachua County link i is

Born in Dunedin, he moved to tha J. (Mattie) Bennafield, 80, water to amplify, he said: "I Sunday. High Sunday 87 to estimated at 37.28 miles, built

Alachua County seven years I who died yesterday following an would suggest you read his ad- 92. Variable winds 5 to. 12 at.a cost,of $14,879,000, Of this

ago. He was a World War II extended illness. monition to the commander of miles per hour. H\ $1,051,000 was"'spent, to acquire

veteran of the U.S. Navy. Mrs. Bennafield, of 2861 SE the 7th Fleet in which he said to I h rights of way. The rest was for
1 E F G H J: Partly cloudy through ApportioningBut
Rev. Willis English and Rev. 20th Ave., was the widow of thelate use any weapons." Sunday with a few local thunder. construction. One Alachua County

James R. Sullivan will officiateat John W. Bennafield, who Goldwater said Friday he was showers High Sunday mainly 89 to during W. Variable the afternoon.windsK project, a $102,000 item for

services at the Dedan Baptist died in 1946. She was born Oct. not accusing Johnson of giving WASHINGTON (AP) A stances" federal courts would I sign erection also included

Church in Brooker. Burial 11,. 1883 in Williston and had such authorization. But, he said, 5 to: 12 Partly miles cloudy:per hour.through Sunday' ..YRa'1GAINESVILLE band of liberals tied up the Senate stay apportionment proceedingsuntil 1 some ,work in Marion County.

will be in Dedan Cemetery. resided here for 30 years. the President did use imprecise with 88.a few Southeasterly local showers.winds High 5 to Sunday 12 again Saturday with their Jan. 1, 1966. Alachua County's",link is buta

Survivors include: his v if e, _Rev. ,Fred Laughon will officiate -language' and the public could miles per hour.TEMPERATURES. WEATHER budding filibuster against legislation I This not only would delay the small piece of the state's en-

Dorothy Parker; two daughters, at jervices at the have interpreted the orders that ELSEWHEREHigh -Municipal Airport readings designed to thwart the effects of the Supreme Court tire Interstate program.

Mrs. Patricia Ann Daughertyand Williams Thomas Chapel. Bur- way Low Precip: Saturday: High 90 at 3 p.m., Supreme Court's ruling on Se- I decision it would buy time for a Thus far, the state has completed
Miss Linda Fay Parker, ial will be in Wacahoota Ceme Miller took much the same attack Jacksonville 86 72 low 70 at 5 a.m. No rain. nate legislative apportionment.They constitutional amendment to begun work on 650
both of Gainesville; one step tery. that a literal reading of Miami 90 75 block the order to get rolling. or
Tampa W 73 CEDAR KEY TIDES not only kept the Senate miles of superhighway at a total -
son. Kenneth C. Glisson with Survivors include: two children -the orders could lead to such an Atlanta 71 67 Sunday-High at 7:10 am. and 10:11 from doing serious business In his legislative maneuvering estimated cost of $476 mU-
Calif. his New Orleans tl 72 .02 p.m. Low at 1 a.m. and 3.44 p.m any
the U. S. in ; .
Army interpretation.At 'into
Mrs. Myrtice Owens of Boston 72 52 Monday-High at 1:25 a.m. and they succeeded in a tactic the Illinoisan took '
mother, Mrs. Linnie Lee Parker Pensacola and David E. Benna- Saturday's news conference New York so 54 11:28 p.m. Low at 2.27 a.m. and 4.21 :hat the hearts of all fili-account both the 'drive to wind lion.Under )
Washington 81 53 warms
p.m. the 1956 Congressional
of Gainesville; two brothers, field of Gainesville; one brother, Johnson jumped headlonginto Chicago 71 57 busterers drew their opponents up Congress in time for the
They
James Parker of Gainesvilleand the controversy.The Kansas City 70 61 MARINE FORECAST I : law which created the interstate
Herbert L. Bronson of Ocala start of the Democratic National -
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Denver 90 56 EAST GULF: Mostly southerly winds into the debate. Florida
Michael Ray Parker with i and two sisters, Mrs. Laura orders to commanders Los Angeles 79 65 S to 12 knots Sunday. Widely scattered Convention on Aug. 24 and highway system,
Calif. three "conventional Seattle 71 51 showers. Republican Leader Everett 1,161 miles for four limited
in plans
specified
the U.S. Navy ; Messer[ of Williston and Miss plainly the fact that the foreign aid bill
sisters, Mrs. Madelyn Thomasof ordnance weapons only," mean- M.\ Dirksen, the prime mover in access roads.
Florence Bronson of Tampa. is considered top priority leg-
Gainesville, Mrs. Gola Mae Pallbearers are: Spencer ing that nuclear weapons could More the drive to delay the effects of islation by the White House. None of the' Sunshine State

Kelly of Lake Butler and Mrs. Claude 0 dl not be used, he said. the high court's ruling that districts Since President Johnson hard Parkway a limited access toll
Dixon Shepherd, s
of Gaines Told there AboutNikita for both houses of state
Margaret Irene Dix by a reporter was road stretching 265 miles from
veto the
Messer, Alvin Parker, Herman ly could be expected to
some question why he felt it legislatures must be "substan Miami Is included
Wildwood to ,
ville.Williams Bronson and Tommy Bronson. aid bill, Dirksen tied his proposal -
-Thomas Fun e r al necessary to so specify since tially equal" in population, declined in these figures.
Williams-Thomas Fun era I to it. Then, in an effort to
commanders would not have instructions Friday when Sen. Paul H.
is in charge. -
Home
finished
From 3he's keep the legislative wheels rolling -' Thus far the state has
Home is in charge.'VILLIAlI D-I11.
Page
other than tried to him
to use conventional Douglas, get
WILBUR HERRIN Mansfield, who has said he,: 374 miles at a cost of $320

Funeral services will be, held POWERS ordnance, Johnson replied I going to die he'll take any West relations are better than a talking. doubts the constitutionality of million. Another 150 miles is un- I

tomorrow at 2:30: p.m. for Wilbur SARASOTA (APWilliam) : steps." I year ago. Saturday, Sens. George I Dirksen's proposal, helped the! der construction, at a cost of
known "We may have anticipatedhat D. Aiken, R-Vt., and John Sten- of is
Harris Powers, widely, GOP leader word the amend $110 million. Right way
Herrin 61 or 1820 said He
Leroy The Soviet premier was told that British For-
would be asking Rus.1
throughout Florida some people nis, D-Miss., gave the liberals for 126 miles ata
being acquired
NW 44th Ave., who died here newspaperman sia would permit free, eign Secretary Richard A. Butler ment.Boys'.
and wanted tobe
questions we breathing the
drowned Saturday while space by taking of million.
cost $44
of its "if returned from recent visitto
Friday.Mr. spection territory we a
> sure the record was clear. floor to criticize the Supreme
in the Gull of Mex-
born 27 swimming I John Phillips chairman of- 1
Herrin was Aug. make a disarmament agreement Moscow with the impressionthat Club
But have made a clear Court and lower federal courts
we very'
ico. He 57.
1902 in Sulaton, Ga. He was a vyas and a start is actually Russia would like to with- the State Road Department, has
of Col. FranE. record on it, and we think we for their directions that state
: Powers grandson ,
Park made said that Florida's approach.has
member of the Oak Baptist on disarmament. draw from commitments in Had BusySUlll111ertiulC
a
Powers'who'Owned, edited were justified in doing so, andwe legislatures be reapportioned on '
Church. Khrushchev agreed that East- Laos and Southeast Asia. been to building the.rpore;
Funeral services wIll be held the Ocala Banner until 1943, think that the American pe0ple "That is so," Khrushchev re a "one-person, one-vote" pat. expensive sections near urban

in Nahunta, Ga., and burial will was entertaIning friends from would be glad that we had plied. "The whole basis under tern.Then areas ,first. He said the, state-
Ocala on Long ,Boat Key when done so, at least if it served no More AboutFestival after the chairman of to Fri'DSL:
expects up-'wdrk
be in Nahunta Cemetery. which we assumed cochairmanship 'Summer ended at 5p.m. Fri--: speed
children the accident occurred: other purpose. It brought out onthe the Senate Foreign Relations rural .
Survivors include: two (with Britain of the Geneva day for the Gainesville Boy'sClub areas.
' Ellsworth of Witnesses said.Powers,, knownto table what had happenedand Committee Sen. J. W. Ful-
Mrs. Horace Agreements of 1954 and 1962 and it was one of the
Gainesville and Joseph C. Her- be a good, swimmer, apparently made it clear that unsubstantiated stabilizing Laotian neutrality) bright, D-Ark., broke in with a in history"
went too far out and attack "busiest summers Gainesville Sun :
was lengthy the -
Mrs. charges would not on Republican
rin of Texas; two sisters, has crumbled away. according to Mike Kreshka, executive -
Ila Brooks of Folkston Ga., and unable to make it back. He was stand up for long," The premier said solution of; presidential candidate, Sen. director. Published evenings except. -

Mrs. Lola Warren of Walters- pronounced dead on arrival at a Asked whether he thought From Page 1 the Cyprus problem is to "ge I Barry Goldwater of Arizona the j, Saturday. and Sunday mornings ;
Sarasota hospital at 6:10 called it for the Total attendance for the sum- the Gainesville Publishing : :
boro N. C.WiUiams p.m. Goldwater's comments had the British troops out of the is- leadership quits by -
Powers attended Northwestern. was sponsored by the Lake City day. mer was 59,914, Kreshka reported Company at 101 SE.-
Thomas Funeral caused harm to this country and
Anyone with any sense 2nd
and later graduatedfrom American Legion Post. with an average daily Place Goinesvillet! Florida:
University In little less than six hours
Home is in charge. abroad, Johnson replied: can see that the strings behind; a I and entered os second class _
the University of Florida. "I am unable to evaluate that. Nancy Willingham of Gainesville Turkey's attack lead back to the Senate had passed a handfulof attendance of 298. I matter ot the Post Otfiee. ot- -
MINNIE McRAE After being released from the was named second runner- minor bills and done nothingto "Highlights of the. summer Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION ;' : :
: I want to be sure that the peopleof Washington and London. I
STARKE Funeral services armed forces, he took over as my country and the people of up. She is 18 and the daughterof On the Gulf of Tonkin gulf attack propel the major item before program included the Jaycee I RATES BY :
will be held at 2 p.m. today for editor of the Panama City News- Mrs. Joe Willingham. Her which -
the world know that we speak : "I would say that the U.S. them, the $3.3-billion foreign aid Buddy Baseball leagues CARRIER OR MAIL ..
Mrs. Minnie Benton McRae, 83, Journal in the 1940s. He later and act with responsibility." sponsor was the Newberry Gar- action was stupid and not at all authorization closer to passage. had 573 boys playing in three 1 Week .45 1

of Starke, who died yesterday moved to the Jacksonville Journal Johnson lashed out at Goldwa- den Club. in (President) Johnson's favor. And the Democratic leader, different age groups," Kreshka i, 3 Met. $5.85 : o...

morning in a Starke hospital as managing editor. ter and Miller without waiting Queen Janis did a pantomimeof All people of common sense regard -Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana -reported. .._ All! mail subs.Cp1.Ion..IrlQSt: -
following an extended illness. "Who's, Afraid of the Big conceded his Some 300 boys and girls I bboid'in advance.
that par-
LEDGIEMAE STODDARD for questions about the contro- that as an aggressive act freely '. Member-of Audit'Btiregir'of. *
She was the widow of the Funeral services will be todayat Bad Wolf" as her talent. She and a continuation of the Dulles' hopes for adjournment 'by the ticipated in the "learn to swim"t 'Circulation. -_ .---"'-
late Michael J. McRae, a well :versy. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. policy." end of the week were growing program, the executive director I
All material contained :
1:30 p.m. for Mrs. Ledgiemae : herein h
known Bradford County farmer. R. E. Biewend and was spon- On differences between China dimmer all the time. said. Most of the summer pro I the property of the Gainesville. .
Mrs. McRae was born in Adeline Stoddard, 43, of More About sored by the High Springs Ele- held at the Publishing Company. (c) 19M.
and the U.S.S.R.: This is an The legislation Dirksen has gram events were I'' Reproduction In whole or In part-,
Waldo who died Thursday of
Bradford County Sept. 30, 1880 mentary School PTA. internal affair between the offered provides that "in the absence -Boy's Club site on the Waldo Is strictly forbidden., wltrwut the ...
and had lived here all her life. accidental electrocution.Mrs. UCF In earlier Festival activities, Communist countries and _of highly unusual circumlii Rd. 'I written permission the publisher.,
Stoddard was born Dec. ------ -
She was a member of the Fun- and -- ------ }:
I a junior king queen were should not be aired in,the capitalist -- '
18 1922 in Gainesville and wasa ------
damental Gospel Tabernacle. of selected from among 28 contes, Our '
differing
points
press. 1
: .: resident :bf '
Starke. lifetime Alachua From Page 1 tants. Jason Cole
They were ,, of view have been documented. SHOPSHOPSHOP .
Rev. Roman Alvarez and J. County. She was a member of of Mr. and Mrs.. '
total contributions in last year'scommunity 4-year-old son You can study them for yourI -
T. Quigley will officiate at servo the Second Advent Christian drive. Ed Cole of High Springs, and I self."

ices at the Jones Memorial Church. Kim Vaughn, also 4, daughterof The Soviet premier said he
Chapel in Starke. Burial will be Rev. Dudley Gerald will officiate Berry came to Gainesville in Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Auve!I has no capital and never will

In Crosby Lake Cemetery. at graveside services at April, 1961, and was promotedto of High Springs. have. IN GAINESVILLE

Survivors include: four daugh- Kanapaha Cemetery. the position he now holds' The High Springs American "As chairman of the Council I ? 4 "
off cleaning on
with Sperry in September of Drop your dry
ters, Mrs. Eva Ellis of Frost- Survivors include: three children Legion Post sponsored the of Ministers," he continued "I '

proof, Mrs. Dolly Brown, Mrs. Mrs. Patricia S. Tutsie ofSt. i that year. He joined the cor Tobacco Festival. Tom Cannon have a house, a car and other ;4vc.i, \ your way to work at any

Lillie Bridges and Mrs. Ann Petersburg, Miss Barbara poration in 1952. at Bristol,: Jr.,, Post commander, reported amenities, but they are a part of it
and
all of Starke; three and Miss Clara Tenn., and previously was assigned '.t of our plants, pick upon
Wingate, Stoddard
Faye a good attendance for this first my job. When I leave this job I
sons,. Barney, Russell and Don- Elizabeth Stoddard, both of to the firm's engineering, Festival effort which got under will no longer have them. What your way home.
ald McRae, all of Starke; 18 William laboratory in Salt Lake City.. e
Gainesville; three brothers ; way yesterday afternoon with a good is your money? You can't I
grandchildren and 30 g r eat B. Greene, Stewart A. He attended public schools ir I welcome to visitors from 'Mayor take it with you."

grandchildren.DeWitt Greene and Clyde T. Greene. his native Virginia and received -; Marcus Hunt. Throughout the 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .

C. Jones Funeral all of St. Petersburg; three sisters a bachelor's degree Emory afternoon the crowd was entertained More About
Home of Starke is in charge.. Farnbach and Henry College. He has done- All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises
Mrs. .Margaret .. with many types of contests -,
work at Pea.body
MARGARET LAESSLE I 01 Gainesville, Mrs. Mildred graduate George including band and twist'
Helen Martin College and at the Univer- 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon. Aug. 17 Tues. Aug. 18 Wed. Aug. 19
Funeral services will be at 10 I Coleman and Mrs. and gopher races. EstesFrom ,

a.m. tomorrow for Mrs.. Margaret both of 'SL'Petersburg.WilliamsThomas sity of Utah. I An estimated 400 persons
Fun I Berry serves on the board of I crowded into the American Legion
S. Laessle, 56, of 1617 NW era -
45th 'Ave., who died Friday at Home Is in charge. trustees of Highlands Presbyterian I Hall for the senior queen Page 1

Alachua General Hospital.She Church and is a past I contest and about 200 had to TROUSERS: SKIRTS (plain),
of the Men of the
president I watch from the outside.
was born :Aug. 29. 1907 Every venture he associates
in California and 'was the wife Man :Dies Church.He State Sen. J. Emory (Red) himself with from now on, he
is a member of the boardsof Cross was master of ceremon- SUIT COATS SWEATERS
of Dr. Albert M. Laessle.Dr. said in the paneled living room
.. U. S. Gordon will officiate In SE Side directors of the GainesvilleBoys' ies for the queen contest. of his new $50,000 lakeside.home ,

at graveside services at Apopka Club, the Gainesville Judges were Circuit Court in Abilene, must have potentialfor
Cemetery in Apopka. Safety Council and the Alachua -Judge J. C. (Jimmy) AdkinsJr. aiding "the disadvantaged." SLIM JIMS, SHORTS

Survivors include: her 'husband Home Fire County Tuberculosis and ., Sheriff Ralph Witt of Columbia In this category he mentionedthe
; i and Health Association. He is County and Mrs. Betty and Mexican minorities
Dr. Laessle. and two Negro
daughters, Miss Sarah Laessle I a member of the Gainesville Fryer of Live Oak. in the United States and 5 for $1.95
A Gainesville died of
man
and Miss Mary Lee Laessle of apparent -Chamber of Commerce national The Festival concluded with a the poor of other nations."I .
suffocation in
Gainesville. an early affairs committee and a coronation dance with music by never saw the real valuestill
fire which demolished
The family requests that flow. morning a frame home at 2463 SE 10th member of the labor relations the Suwannee River Boys. after my troubles," he said. I
be omitted. committee of the Florida Chamber Cannon said this first Festival He added that he had been I
ers St., the Gainesville Fire Department
Williams-Thomas Fun era J of Commerce. was a "wonderful success, "plumb wrong" in emphasizingmoney

Home is in. charge.LA'VRENCE reported. While serving with the U. S. and next year we are going to making for personal I

Fire Capt. J. R. Hardee said Navy during World War II, Ber- make it twic as big and twice advantage rather than to help,I

SANDERS Gordon L. Parker. 39. was ry took part in amphibious landing .. as good." others to equal opportunity. I .
Funeral services will be held! Found 'dead in'a closet wherehe parties in both Europe and SHIRTS (Beautifully Laundered & Finished)

today at 2 p.m. for Lawrence had apparently been trapped the Pacific theater.

Sanders- 28, of Micanopy, who after a vain effort to escape He and his wife, Margaret,II I .

died Friday at his home. the fire that started in his bed- have three sons and live in 11 THE .
Mr Sanders was a member of room. Chantilly Acres.Arrest : single 25 ,: : .- :: .

the Baptist Church.
Services will be held at the Capt. Hardee said Parkerwas Wife' $

Mt. ,Enon Baptist Church :in residing at the home of his "

Dothan.Enon Cemetery.Ala., ,with burial in 1.11. :daughter and Mrs.and Walter son-in-law Daugherty, Mr., In ShootingA ,i NEW 2 or more 22c each ,

Survivors include: his I parents who' escaped through a window Gainesville man was listed ri
from the flames.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie J. in poor condition at Alachua

Sanders of Micanopy and two The home was almost' a total General Hospital last night after -I
sisters, Mrs. Faye Butler of loss firemen said and all Its being shot in the stomach: Please help us to serve you better, by always hating your delivery receipt'withyou.

Williston and Miss Jessie Lou contents were destroyed. The :and leg. i ( ITIZI : S DONT FORGET We PRE-SPOT MOTHPROOF evtry_garment that

Sanders of Micanopy.WilliamsThomas cause of the fire was not immediately Gainesville Police reported j "
Funeral determined. Willie James Joe Jr., of 1014:i I BANK 'we dry clean. :

Home is in charge.HAROLD SE 7th Ave., was shot at his II,,I Odorless _
Funeral services for Parker home about 6 p.m. yesterday.J dry cleaning

,.. MANN will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow -His wife, Elizabeth Joe, was I FRESH AS'A FLOWER

Harold M. Mann, 62, of High at the Dedan Baptist arrested for investigation of at-i i 1I I -IN JUST ONE HOUR

Springs, died Friday following: Church in Brooker. tempted murder. I,
an extended illness. :: i :

Mr. Mann was a retired machiniSt -! NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL \\II PLANT NO. 2 "
and a member of the [rHcoM1NG --"
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Christian Church. He was born 11 LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY [

July-19.1902 in Irving, IlL, and SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING In the Gainesville Shopping -.
Center with Drive-In Service -
moved here in 1958. 3-hour shirt laundering, One PLANT'NO.
Funeral services will be held PLANT NO. 1 hour dry clu...... *
shirt
3 hour
I Laundering *o one
in Kenosha, Wis., at a date to L ) SOON! i, offering a convenient curb sir130 N.W' 10th AVE.kout dry,cleaning. -._ h -

be determined later. & .;c.. Dry ,Cleaning ant Skirt ._
Survivors include: his wife, Service. -
I Jr.AUDITING SERVICES
Jim H. Dowli. ,. -
Mrs.VeIma; Orten Mann of High Speeiol' Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
Springs;. four children, Miss 1105 W. Univ. Ave. .316 N. Mob Street
t KEY-MAN 319 N.W. 13th ST.
Carol' Ann Mann of High Rm. 206 Secu.: BUj3769783 SPLIT-DOLLAR MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION -
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PARTNERSHIP '
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GORDON PARKER Harold Mann and Edsel Mann '. .... '. '. -
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Funeral services will be held all of Kenosha, Wis.; and eight I ders broke out last Wednesday \ a By NORLaCOE chua County, including the costs :average' cost'per*mile)1 is $4.3 r. ,

tomorrow at 4 p.m. for GordonL. grandchildren. Hershey, Pa., where Goldwater ZONESA 000.- I
of
Sun Staff Writer to acquire rights way.
Parker, 39, who died when Williams-Thomas Funeral told a news conference after
: Partly! cloudy, through Sunday Interstate 75 cost nearly $15 The superhighway curves 37 I Most of the cost was borne
his residence burned yesterday.Mr. Home is in charge. a Republican unity session that night with widely scattered mostly '
million to build through Ala miles through the county. The the fed e r al :
government
daytime thundershowers. No Important- tAas a I by ,
SE 10th ,
Parker, of 2463 they seemed to authorize commanders Sunday I
temperature changes. High
MARTHA BENNAFIELD which allocates to the
Ave., was a sheet metal worker -, in Southeast Asia to 86 to n..Mostly south and southwest money
and member of the Forward Funeral services will be held i use nuclear weapons. wind I to 1' knots. states on 'a 'matching basis.

With Christ Mission Church. today at 4 p.m. for Mrs. Martha When a reporter asked Gold- BCD: Mostly fair through Work FilibusterOn The Alachua County link is 1

Born in Dunedin, he moved to "J. (Mattie) Bennafield 80, water to amplify, he said: "I Sunday. High Sunday 87 to I estimated at 37.28 miles. built ,

Alachua County seven years who died! yesterday following an i would suggest you read his admonition 92. Variable winds 5 to. 12 % at.a cost,of $14,879,000. Of this,

ago. He was a World War II extended illness. to the commander ofthe miles per hour. \ $1,051,000 was 'spent to acquire

veteran of the U.S. Navy. Mrs. Bennafield, of 2861 SE 7th Fleet in which he said touse E F G H I J: Partly cloudy through HGAINESVILLE\ 6 ApportioningWASHINGTON rights of way. The rest was for I
Rev. Willis English and Rev. 20th Ave., was the widow of the any weapons." Sunday with a few local thunder- construction. One Alachua County -

James R. Sullivan will officiateat :late John W. Bennafield, who Goldwater said Friday he was: showers High Sunday mainly W to during?3. Variable the afternoon.windsK project, a $102,000 item for .

services at the Dedan Bap- '.'I.died in 1946. She was born Oct. not accusing Johnson of giving : Partly cloudy through Sunday AP) A stances" federal courts would\sign erection, also included

tist Church in Brooker. Burial .11, 1883 in Williston and had such authorization. But, he said, 5 to 12 miles per hour. band of liberals tied up the Senate stay apportionment proceedings.;some work in Marion County. t
will be in Dedan Cemetery. resided here for 30 the President did with a few local showers. High Sun-
years. use imprecise day 88. Southeasterly winds 5 to 12 again Saturday with their until Jan. 1, 1966. Alachua County link is buta
Survivors include: his v if e, Rev. Fred Laughon will officiate -language and the public could miles per hour.TEMPERATURES. WEATHER budding filibuster against legislation This not only would delay the small piece of the state's en-

Dorothy Parker; two daughters, at services at the have interpreted the orders that ELSEWHEREHigh -Municipal Airport readings designed to thwart the effects of the Supreme Court tire Interstate program.

Mrs. Patricia Ann Daughertyand Williams Thomas Chapel. Burial -way.Miller Low Preeip Saturday: High 90 at 3 p.m., Supreme Court's ruling on Se- decision, it would buy time for a far the state has
Miss Linda Fay Parker, will be in Wacahoota Ceme- took much the same attack Jacksonville M 72 low 70 at 5 a.m. No rain. nate legislative apportionment.They constitutional amendment to Thus completed
both of Gainesville; one stepson that a literal reading ofthe Miami 90 75 or begun work on 650
tery. block the order to get rolling.
Tampa 89 73 CEDAR KEY TIDES not only kept the Senate miles of superhighway at a total
Kenneth C. Glisson with Survivors include: two children orders could lead to such an Atlanta 71 67 Sunday-High at 7:10 a.m. and 10:11 In his legislative maneuver-
from serious business !-
S. in Calif. his New Orleans 91 72.02 p.m. Low at 1 a.m. and 3:04 p.m doing any estimated cost of $476 mil
the U. Army ; .
interpretation.At
Mrs. Myrtice Owens of 72 52 the Illinoisan took. into '
Boston Monday-High at 1:25 a.m. and they succeeded in a tactic ing,
mother, Mrs. Linnie Lee Parker Pensacola and David E. Benna. Saturday's news conference New York 80 54 11:28 p.m. Low at 2:27 a.m. and 4:21 account both the 'drive to wind lion.Under
Washington 81 53 p.m. that warms the hearts of all fili- j
of Gainesville; two brothers, field of Gainesville; one brother, Johnson jumped headlonginto Chicago 71 57 busterers: They drew their up Congress in time for the the 1956 Congressionallaw
James Parker of Gainesvilleand the controversy.The Kansas City 70 61 MARINE FORECAST opponents which created the interstate
Bronson of
Herbert L. Ocala National
; Denver *0 U EAST GULF: Mostly southerly winds into the debate. start of the Democratic -
Michael Ray Parker with and two sisters, Mrs. Laura orders to commanders Los Angeles 79 65 S to 12 knots Sunday. Widely scattered Convention on Aug. 24 and highway system, Florida
in Calif. three Seattle' 71 51 showers. Republican Leader Everett for four limit.
U.S. niles
the Navy ; ; Messer[ of Williston and Miss plainly specified "conventional the fact that the foreign aid bill plans 1,161
Mrs. Madelyn Thomasof ordnance M. Dirksen, the prime mover in roads.
sisters, Florence Bronson of Tampa. weapons only mean- is considered top priority leg- ed access
Gainesville, Mrs. Gola Mae ing that nuclear weapons could the drive to delay the effects of None of the' Sunshine State
Pallbearers are: Spencer More islation the White House.
Kelly of Lake Butler and Mrs. not be used, he said. the high court's ruling that dis. by limited toll
Dixon, Claude Shepherd, 0 dl s Since President Johnson hardly Parkway, a access
Dix of Gaines Told AboutNikita tricts for both houses of state
Margaret Irene by a reporter there was 265 miles from
Messer, Alvin Parker, Herman could be expected to veto the road stretching
some question why he felt it legislatures must be "substan
Miami is includedin
Wildwood to ,
ville.Williams Bronson and Tommy Bronson. aid bill, Dirksen tied his proposal I
-Thomas F u n e r al necessary to so specify since tially equal" in population, declined -
Williams-Thomas Funeral to it. Then in an effort to these figures.
Home is in charge. commanders would not have instructions Friday when Sen. Paul H. ,
Home! is in charge. to use other than conventional From Page 1he's Douglas, D-I11., tried to get him keep the legislative wheels roll- I Thus far the state has finished i
WILBUR HERRIN ing, Mansfield who has said he 374 miles at a cost of $320

Funeral services will be held WILLIAM POWERS ordnance, Johnson replied going to die he'll take any West relations are better than a talking. : doubts the constitutionality ofDirksen's million. Another 150 miles is un- I

tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. for Wilbur SARASOTA (APWilliam : steps." I year ago. But Saturday, Sense George proposal, helped the der construction, at a cost of
Harris Powers, widely known "We may have anticipated D. Aiken, R-Vt., and John Sten- amend- of is
Leroy Herrin, 61, of 1820 GOP leader word the $110 million. Right way
The Soviet premier said Russia He was told that British For-
that
some people would be asking nis D-Miss. the liberals
,
Flor- -
throughout gave
126 miles ata
NW 44th Ave., who died here newspaperman ment.Boys'. being acquired for ,
would permit free, close in- eign Secretary Richard A. But-
questions and we wanted tobe the
breathing
ida, drowned Saturday while space by taking of million.
cost $44
Friday.Mr. the record clear. spection of its territory "if we Iler returned from a recent visit criticize
swimming in the Gulf of Mex- sure was floor to the Supreme :
Herrin was born Aug. 27, make a disarmament agree- to Moscow with the impression Club John Phillips, chairman ol
But have made clear Court and lower federal
co. He was 57. we a very courts
1902 in Sulaton, Ga. He was a ment and a start is actually that Russia would like to withdraw the State Road Department has
Park : Powers, grandson of Col. FranE. record on it, and we think we !for their directions that state
member of the Oak. Baptist made on disarmament." from commitments in Had said that Florida's approachhas
Powers'whoowned, edited were justified in doing so, and legislatures be reapportioned on a BusySUlnutcrthl1c
Church. been to theipore'expensive :
Khrushchev agreed that East- Laos and Southeast Asia. building
Funeral serviceswill be held the Ocala Banner< until 1943, we think that the American people "That is so," Khrushchev re a "one-person, one-vote" pat. sections near urban -

in Nahunta Ga., and burial will was entertaining friends from would be glad that we had plied. "The whole basis under tern.Then areas ,first. He said the-.state-
Ocala on Long ,Boat Key when done so, at least if it served no More AboutFestival after the chairman of
::
Nahunta
be in Cemetery. which we assumed cochairman- 'Summer ended at,5 p.m. Friday -expects to speed)up'work Tn'ffie
.
Survivors include: two chil- the accident occurred! other purpose. It brought out on the Senate Foreign Relations rural 1 .
ship (with Britain of the Geneva for the Gainesville Boy'sClub areas.
.. dren Mrs. Horace Ellsworth of Witnesses saidPowers. knownto the table what had happenedand Committee, Sen. J. W. Ful-
Agreements of 1954 and 1962 of the
and it was one
Gainesville and Joseph C. Her. be a good swimmer, apparently made it clear that unsubstantiated stabilizing Laotian bright, D-Ark., broke in with a "' ..
went too far out and neutrality]) "busiest summers in history,
was attack the Gainesville Sun
rin of Texas; two sisters, Mrs. charges would not has crumbled lengthy on Republi-
unable to make it back. He away. according to Mike Kreshka, executive -
Ila Brooks of Folkston, Ga., and was stand up for long." presidential candidate, Sen.
The premier said solution of: Published evenings except:
Mrs. Lola Warren of Walters- pronounced dead on arrival at a Asked whether he thought From Page 1 the Cyprus problem is to "get Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the director. j Saturday and Sunday mornings -' -

boro, N. C.Williams Sarasota hospital at 6:10 p.m. Goldwater's comments had the British troops out of the islands leadership called it quits for the Total attendance for the sum- by the Gainesville Pub,'
Thomas Funeral Powers attended Northwestern caused harm to this country was sponsored by the Lake City with day. mer was 59,914, Kreshka reported lishing Company at 101 SE -
University and later graduatedfrom American Legion Post. Anyone any sense I In a little less than six hours with an average daily 2nd Place Gainesville! Florida' _
Home is in charge. abroad, Johnson replied: can see that the strings behincTurkey's and entered as second class
the University of Florida. "I am unable to evaluate that.I Nancy Willingham of Gaines- attack lead back to the Senate had passed a handfulof attendance of 298. :I matter at the Post Otfice or ..

MINNIE McRAE After being released from the want to be sure that the peopleof ville was named second runner- Washington and London." minor bills and done nothingto "Highlights of the. summer Gainesville. Florida : _
STARKE Funeral services armed forces, he took over as She is 18 and the
up. daughterof the item before included the Jaycee
my country and the people of On the Gulf of Tonkin gulf attack propel major program CIRCULATION RATES BY
will be held at 2 today for editor of the Panama City News-
p.m. Mrs. Joe Willingham. Her '
the world know that we speak : "I would say that the u.s. them, the $3.3-billion foreign aid Buddy Baseball leagues which CARRIER OR MAIL
Mrs. Minnie Benton McRae 83, Journal in the 1940s. He later the 1 Week
Gar. .45
was Newberry
sponsor in three
authorization closer to had 573 boys playing
and act with responsibility. action was stupid and not at all passage. .
of Starke who died yesterday moved to the Jacksonville Journal -, den Club. i 3 Moi. $5.85
: And the Kreshka .
Democratic leader different
,
Johnson lashed out at Goldwater in (President) Johnson's favor. age groups
morning in a Starke hospital as managing editor. and Miller without waiting Queen Janis did a pantomimeof All people of common sense regard -Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana reported. :. _' Alt mail t. subsertpttonjrifn.Qtf! ? :: : .

following an the extended widow illness.of the LEDGIEMAE STODDARD I I for questions about the contro- "Who's Afraid of the Big that as an aggressive act freely conceded that his Some 300 boys and girls par-l...be"Memberof pald'in""advance..Audit'.8urHI'U. -.,f* .
She was Bad Wolf" her ._. .
as talent She
Funeral services will be todayat and a continuation of the Dulles' hopes for adjournment by the ticipated in the "learn to swim"program Circulation. -" --. ..
late Michael J. McRae, a well is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "
director
policy. end of the week were growing the executive I
known Bradford County farmer. 1:30 p.m. for Mrs. Ledgiemae -versy.More i All material contained Nreln N: .
Adeline Stoddard, 43, of: About R. E. Biewend and was spon- On differences: between China dimmer all the time. said. Most of the summer pro- the property of th, Gainesville. .,
Mrs. McRae was born in sored by the High Springs Elementary at theBoy's I Publishing Company, (C) 1964..
held
30 1830 Waldo, who died Thursday of; and the U.S.S.R.: This is an The legislation Dirksen has gram events were Reproduction In whole or In part- '
Bradford County Sept. School PTA i the Waldo Is strictly forbidden, without the- ..
internal affair between the offered provides that "in the absence Club site on
accidental electrocution.Mrs. .
and had lived here all her life. I I written permission the publisher.
VCF In earlier Festival activities :
,
Communist countries and of highly unusual circum- Rd. '
Stoddard born Dec.
She was a member of the Fun- was
a junior king and queen were should not be aired in.the capi- IJ =:: :: ....
damental Tabernacle of 18, 1922 in Gainesville and wasa .
Gospel
!
selected] from 28 contes-
among talist Our
differing points
press. II
lifetime resident Alachua
Starke. Front Page 1 tants. They were Jason Cole, of view have been documented. I SHOPSHOPSHOP
Rev. Roman Alvarez and J. County. She was a member of ... ..
of and >
4-year-old son Mr. Mrs. You can study them for your- :'
total contributions in last
will officiate at services -the Second Advent Christian year's'community '
T.
Quigley drive. Ed Cole of High Springs, and self." I :

at the Jones Memorial Church. Kim Vaughn, also 4, daughterof The Soviet premier said he
will be Gerald offi- Berry came to Gainesville in
Chapel in Starke. Burial Rev. Dudley will
Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Auvelof has no capital and never will
In Crosby Lake Cemetery. ciate at graveside services at .April, 1961, and was promoted High Springs.The have. IN GAINESVILLE
Survivors include four daugh- to the position he now holds
: Kanapaha Cemetery. High Springs American "As chairman of the Council 't
1'
Eva Ellis of Frost- with Sperry in September of Drop off your dry cleaning en
ters, Mrs. Survivors include: three chil- Leg ion Post sponsored the of Ministers" he continued, "I .
proof, Mrs. Dolly Brown, Mrs. Iren Mrs. Patricia S. Tutsie of that year. He joined the corporation -
Tobacco Festival. Tom CannonJr. have a house, a car and other your way to work at any
and Mrs. Ann in 1952, at Bristol, .,
Lillie
Bridges St. Petersburg, Miss Barbara Post commander amenities but of
,. reporteda they are a part
'enn., and previously was assigned of our plants, and pick it
all of Starke three up
Wingate, ; Faye Stoddard and Miss Clara good attendance for this first my job. When I leave this job I
sons, Barney, Russell and Don- Elizabeth Stoddard both of to the firm's engineering
Festival effort which got under will no longer have them. What on your way home.
aid McRae, all of Starke; 18! Gainesville; three brothers, William laboratory in Salt Lake City. way yesterday afternoon with a good is your money? You can't 0
grandchildren and 30 rea t lie attended public schools in "
g
B. Greene, Stewart A. welcome to visitors from Mayor take it with you.
grandchildren.DeWitt Greene and Clyde T. Greene, his native Virginia and received Marcus Hunt. Throughout the 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
C. Jones Funeral' a bachelor's degree Emoryand
all of St. Petersburg; three sisters afternoon the crowd was entertained -
Home of Starke is in charge., Mrs. .Margaret Farnbach Henry College. He has done with many types of con- More About All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises

MARGARET LAESSLE ol Gainesville Mrs. Mildred graduate work at George Peabody tests, including band and twist

Funeral services will be at 10 Coleman and' Mrs. Helen Martin > College and at the University and gopher races. Estes 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., Aug 17, Tues, Aug. 18, Wed., Aug. 19

a.m. tomorrow for Mrs.. Mar. both of St. 'Petersburg.WilliamsThom of Utah. An estimated 400 persons

garet S. Laessle, 56, of 1617 NW s Fun era I Berry serves on the board of crowded into the American Legion -

45th 'Ave., who died Friday at Home is in charge. trustees of Highlands Presbyterian Hall for the senior queen From Page 1

Alachua General Hospital. Church and is a past contest and about 200 had to o TROUSERS: SKIRTS (plain)
president of the Men of the ,
29 1907 I watch from the outside.
She was born Aug. Man Dies Every venture he associates
in California and was the wife Church.He State Sen. J. Emory (Red) himself with from now on, he

of Dr. Albert M. Laessle.Dr. is a member of the boardsof Cross was master of ceremon said in the paneled living room SUIT COATS SWEATERS

U. S. Gordon will officiate directors of the Gainesville ies for the contest. ,
III SE Side queen of his new $50,000 lakeside.home
services at Boys' Club, the Gainesville Judges were Circuit Court
at graveside Apopka in Abilene, must have potentialfor
Cemetery in Apopka. Safety Council and the Alachua -Judge J. C. (Jimmy) AdkinsJr. aiding "the disadvantaged." SLIM JIMS, SHORTS

Survivors include: her 'husband Home FireA County Tuberculosis and ., Sheriff Ralph Witt of Columbia In this category he mentionedthe

*, Dr. Laessle and 't w-o" and Health Association. He is County and Mrs. Betty Negro and Mexican minorities !-

daughters. Miss Sarah Laessle a member' of the Gainesville Fryer of Live Oak. in the United States and 5 for $1.95
Gainesville died of
man apparent -Chamber of Commerce nation The Festival concluded with .
and .Miss Mary Lee Laessle of suffocation in a the poor of other nations."I .
Gainesville. an early al affairs committee and a coronation dance with music by never saw the real valuestill
morning fire which demolished
The family requests that flowers -- -. a frame home at 2463 SE 10th member of the labor relations the Suwannee River Boys. after my troubles," ,he said.
be omitted. committee of the Florida Chamber Cannon said this first Festival He added that he had been
St., the Gainesville Fire Department
Williams-Thomas Fun era I l reported. of Commerce. was a "wonderful success,, "plumb wrong" in emphasizing

Home is in charge.LA'VRECE While serving with the U. S. and next year we are going to I money making for personal

Fire Capt. J. R. Hardee said Navy during World War II, Berry -make it twice as big and twice advantage rather than to help

SANDERS Gordon L. Parker, 39, was I took part in amphibious land. as good. others to equal opportunity. -

Funeral services will be held found .dead in'a closet wherehe ing parties in both Europe and I SHIRTS I (Beautifully Laundered & Finished)

today at 2 p.m. for Lawrence had apparently been trapped the Pacific theater.He I

Sanders, 28, of Micanopy, who after a vain effort to escape and his wife, Margaret : .

died Friday at his home. the fire that started in his bed have three sons and live in THEIriiNEW .

Mr: Sanders was a member of room. Chantilly Acres.Arrest : single 25 --. : "7-- .

the Baptist Church.

Services will be held at the Capt. Hardee said Parker Wife 1In .
the home of his
at
was residing
Mt. ',Enon Baptist Church i in

Dothan. Ala., with burial in Mt. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Shooting 2 or more 22c each
Enon Cemetery. and Mrs. Walter Daugherty, :

Survivors include: his parents -' who escaped through a window A Gainesville man was listed:

:Mr. and Mrs. Jessie J. from the flames. in poor condition at Alachua ,

Sanders of Micanopy and two The home was almost total General ;Hospital last night af-:

sisters, Mrs. Faye Butler of loss, firemen said, and all its: ter being shot in the stomachand Please help us to serve you better. by always haing your .delivery receipt :"with

Willis ton and Miss Jessie Lou contents were destroyed. The leg. CITIZKNHBANK you. DON'T FORGET We PRE-S POT MOTHPROOF er .ry garment that
Sanders of Micanopy.WilliamsThomas cause of the fire was not immediately Gainesville Police reported

Funeral determined. Willie James Joe Jr., of 1014; I we dry clean. :

Home is in charge.HAROLD SE 7th Ave., was shot at his :
Funeral services for Parker home about 6 p.m. yesterday.His _ Odorless dry cleaning _
.. MANN will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow -I wife, Elizabeth Joe, was I FRESH AS A FLOWERIN .

Harold M. Mann, 62, of High, ] at the De d a n Baptist arrested for investigation of attempted ARKJN JUST ONE HOUR

Springs: died Friday followingan Church I in Brooker. murder. .

extended illness.

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=ON. .THE:;;RIGHT''

I CONSCIENCEOF II .'
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HARRISON, President and WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
JOHN It. I SOUT1- lt-.. By
Publisher, PAT COWLES. Vice 'resiFlorida's f

Beautiful dent Ed JOHNSON Vice Prtsidtnt ." denied the saintliness of Pope John the 23rd, and* **
and Executive Editor W. .. (Bin) No one
University City ? tir EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertitinfl By RALPHIeGILL. I J that in part was the trouble. Something about the universal

Dirtcterj SOB TARTACUONE. I rmUticr Pine Winning PiMlsfcOT adulation caused, in a few rigorous minds and anxious hearts
M
Viet President and ClrcuUtlea Mr.THE .jM
. 01 the AtlMU. (Ga.) Ceilttttiao a few cautionary misgivings.. Not about that saintIess'

SUN'S POLICY which no one who mattered could doubt. But about the motli-

admirers-who opportunized on the openhandedness
his
of -
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. ness
AnatomyOf r generosity which tempted so many
,
the Pope's squalid
of
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials.
lithely into his warm embrace
little ideologists to move precisely
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.
in order to do mischief under the cover of its ample

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 and generous folds.. I

Want Ads-376-4672 Thus when Pope John so conspicuously failed, in his famous J

TroubleA encyclical "Mater et Magistra" and in the subsequent

encyclical "Pacem in Terris," to speak explicitly about the t

Preserving Conditions for Fair TrialIn e evils of Communism, many men were thrilled by what they

grand jury in New York chose to construe as a transcendent toleration. And so, many

City is studying the Harlem Communists, and many peacemongers who have consisted/
an effort to safeguard further not likely to prejudice jurors any
for being Red over being dead
riot which out of the expressed their preference
grew
the right to fair trial, the AmericanBar more than when these statementsare shooting of a 15-year-old boy. obscenely hailed the Pope as the apostle of a new view cf

Association is considering mak- made in court.A Other agencies also are at things, as the great spirit who had buried the rancor implicit

ing it a breach of legal ethics for work as is the Negro leader- u and explicit in the excoriating denunciations of Communistsand

prosecutors and defense lawyers to more serious problem, it seems ship. The recommendation' to "1' their works uttered by his predecessors Popes Pius XI

comment before trial about the guiltor to us, is loose talk about details of other communities which have and XII.

innocence of defendants. The pro- evidence-evidence that might later potential for similar trouble is I :
of whetherthe
ahead of THE GREAT question course was succes-
to study now f .k'w l ?tIV
posed amendment to the ethics code prove to be inadmissible in court but trouble, not after it comes. ....'-. _f....... sor to Pope John would in effect ratify the apparent see-no-

terms it "improper and professionally which can color the views of prospec- evil hear-no-evil attitude of John, or whether he would

reprehensible" for attorneys to tive jurors. THE REPORT on Harlem's break his Church back to political reality and remark with

express "any opinion or prediction as riot reminds us of how violence 'I 1 PROMISED IKE I'D FLY HIGH." the eyes that God gave him those grisly realities which J: are
of human wretchedness that
at the root cf that part is the
to the guilt or innocence of the accused The,A. B. A. is wise, nevertheless, and death may grow out result of man's battle not

the weight of the evidence to attempt to remind its members of small, even trivial, begin- against nature, which is by
THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST
against him or the likelihood that that the place to establish guilt or nings. A number of youngsterswere contrast so easy to tame but
across the,'street from
he will be either convicted or acquitted. innocence is in the courtroom, rather their school. The superintendent against man, whose'delirious

." than in the newspapers or on tele of the building was hosing and ingenious ambitions' cause

vision. The proposed amendment is down the sidewalk and flower more human suffering than

The amendment apparently is in recognition that the problem of pre- boxes. The teen-age group Unity--Or Is It? ever earthquakes.The did plagues. ,. or hungeror

response to the handling of the cases trial publicity is a problem that involves was sprayed. The superintendent -
has E
said it was inadvertent.The new Pope spoken
of Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ru- the bar as much as it does the fa
now a momentous -
it de encyclical
by. In both cases, Dallas prosecutors media of mass communications. As liberate.boys A claimed row started.was The Newtark Wittttll "Why not peace?" And he General and his policies, he devotes! primarily to careful

freely stated their belief in the guilt Prof. Claude R. Sowle, associate dean superintendent ran into the By JAMES RESTON settled for dividing that coun- has clearly changed, but this theological distinctions, of I
is just the trouble: For after
at the 38th
of the men, and their views were of the Northwestern University building. A police lieutenantcame WASHINGTON his try parallel. the summit meeting at Her- the kind that are designed to

widely broadcast.It School of Law, recently pointed out: by. He was off duty and speech to the Republican lead- BERLIN AND Germanywere shey, where he rejected the control and guide the pas

not in uniform. Had he been ers at Hershey last week, Sen. a constant nuisance and of extremists: supported sions of the ecumenical coun-

recognized as an officer, the Goldwater said, "The Eisen- even danger in the Eisenhower support cil. But the ency.cHcat'con-
the United Nations the
allegations -
whether
can be questioned "In those cases where pre-trial ,
affray might then and there hower Dulles approach to terms, but he accepted the tains clear references to the

of guilt or protestationsof press abouse is claimed, what is the have been broken up. He was foreign affairs is our ap- partition of both rather than the Social Civil Security system Act he, voted and questions vexed by the enigmatic -

innocence by attorneys have much, source of much of the information thought to be a civilian, who proach. .A Goldwater-Miller risk war for their un ica- against, he Rights insisted that all silence.of Pope John. .

if any, effect on the ability to ob- published? Some of the information, was taking part. The officer's administration will mean an tion. He compromised with this represented no" change in ,

tain a fair trial. The arrest and filingof of course, is ferreted out by the version was that the 15-year- immediate return to the proven the Communists to secure the his past positions. NOT ONLY has Paul re-
old had an open knife in his plicy of peace through freedom of Austria and Trieste.
-
charges against an individual is, press itself. The police also lenda "This is no conciliatory condemned communism by
hand. Witnesses have disputedthis. strength which was the hall- He risked sending the U-2
in effect, a statement of belief on helping hand. But much of the They testified the boy mark of the Eisenhower planes over Russia but speech at all," he told'reporters name, he has gone to some
spy
the of law enforcement officialsin information in is later. "It merely reaf- pains to explain to those of
part my opinion, pro- was shot without warning. The years. grounded them when they
the guilt of the accused. The defense vided by prosecutors and defense officer said he acted in self- This is an important state- were caught. He encouragedthe firms what I've been say i n g his predecessor's admirers
who held that John had
attorney signifies his beliefin counsel. In many criminal cases, fense- The boy was shot, reportedly ment if it can be taken at Cuban exiles to prepare to throughout the campaign. reasoned that Pope
as he tried to get face value, for the Eisenhower invade Cuba but never let The fact that Eisenhower'sown a gulf now existed -
the innocence of the defendant the men on both sides of the coun- between an evil, "com
The first story was he years, though marked by people had helped draft .
when he takes the and sel table in away. them go. and. evil-
case pleadshis an attempt to gain either munism, non -
was shot in the back. The of- much heroic Goldwater talk the statement, that Governors
client "not guilty." tactical advantages or personal publicity ficial one reported wounds in about "liberating" E a stern It is difficult to imagine Rockefeller, Scranton, and "Communists,:' were quite
whose to
have sought to try their cases the chest, stomach, arm. No Europe and "rolling back foreign anyone affairs was approach more different Romney who had "opposed wrong in their interpretation.With .
tact but with firmness he
Out-of-court statements by at- in the press unfettered by standards knife was found on the dying communism," were essentially from Goldwater's than his nomination, now found'
has said them nay.
The ideologues
torneys about guilt or innocence are applicable in the courts." boy. There was one picked up years of accommodationand Eisenhower. He even moved these views different .and acceptable who deny God, and de-
between two cars parked by compromise with the that every reporteron
his two closest allies
against .
the sidewalk.The Communist world, and this is the scene noted the differ- ny themselves God, "compelus
Britain and France when
dead boy had a recordof precisely what Barry has been ence in the tone of his remarks as they compelled, aur
i ihn mobilized for action in
THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT minor delinquency. Two condemning in the past. the they Suez crisis, and despite all all this made no dif-. predecessors and, with them, .
who has
for to ference to Barry. everyone religious
were trying get
charges
IN FACT it the Dulles talk about freeing ,
"ta was precisely values at heart, to condemn
without
Battle of on fare.a bus The third charge paying was a this tendency of the Eisen- Eastern Europe, Eisenhowerlet A CYNIC would say that the idological systems which

Principles window. Death hower administration to limit the Red army tanks crush the Senator merely said what deny God and oppress the

1t breaking ended his a car at 15. its risks in the cold war that the Hungarian uprising with- was necessary to get Ike's church, systems which are
problem age
t led Goldwater himself to be out making a move. support but Barry is more often identified 'with economic -

Or Semantics? FOLLOWING this killing rumors such an outspoken critic ofEisenhower's In his book, "The Con- complicated than that. He social and p olitical regimes -

They includedone foreign policy, science of a Conservative," simply balances the books ev amongst which atheistic -

that spread.white civilian had from 195360, and if he has Goldwater took a different ery day and sometimes sev- communism is the chief-

e a now really come over to Eisenhower view. "Assume also a major eral times.a day, and the odd "
Demon- "Dialogue
murdered the boy. says Pope
By DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTON ter's ambiguous words in recent But even if Mr. Goldwaterhad strations began in which pupils rather than merely uprising in Eastern Europe thing about it is that he seemsto Paul, ." jn such conditions is

The speeches ,or statementshas denounced every mem- saying some agreeable thingsto such occurred in Budapest be equally dogmatic about
difficult to
poli- of the school were parti- very no say Impossible
seemed to provide ber of the John Birch Society, make Eisenhower come in 1956," he wrote. "In sucha wholly contradictory things.He .
tical world "will little note nor opportunities cipants. Some 300 teen-agers ,.although, even_today,
it wouldn't have to him then the has said almost
satisfied his over Repub- situation we ought to pre- now ev-
for sniping attacks threw cans and rocks at police we have no preconceived in-
long remember" what was critics, who seem to be anx- lican campaign has taken an sent the Kremlin an ultimatum erything that can be said on
called to break the tention of excluding the.
said in the addresses at Her that are coming regularly now ious to pin the label of "ex- up important turn.Eisenhower forbidding Soviet inter- both sides of the main ques- who. per-

shey, Pa., by the leading Re- from the Democrats who tremism" on the Arizona Sen- march.Max Francke, principal of did take risksto vention, and be prepard, if tions of the campaign. He is sons tems and professes belong to these these sys-re

who gathered there have merely picked up what ator no matter how often he defend Formosa, and the the ultimatum is rejected, to for Ike and for policies Ike "
publicans
the school, was quoted as say- gimes. But the lack of freedom : -
some of the so-called Repub- reaffirms that he favors the offshoe islands,. where Amer- move a highly mobile task opposes. He has been for and
been
last Wednesday to present an "All of it could have Communist suffers
ing:
United Nations and ican air and naval against extremists for and every
that he power force equipped with appropriate -
lican "liberals" said about avoided if only someone had from end to dia
of For the "puts an
unity.
image party favors peace by strength and dominated the seas and the nuclear weapons to the against the United Nations, "
semantics of what is or is not their opponents during the San is opposed to appeasement be- acted sensibly. If only a cou- skies, and he moved boldly in scene of the revolt. and compulsory Social Secur- logue.

party harmony can have little Francisco convention.The cause it leads to war. ple of"police he said cars, "and had if the arrived the Lebanon crisis to protectthe "Our objective," he concluded ity, and the graduated income "We do not despair that
Middle East but in they (the Communists) may
bearing on the deep-seated simple fact is.that Re- dead boy could have been removed general "would be to confront the tax.There
day be able to enter intoa
he series of one
which have been stir- still along accepted a Soviet Union with superior is a change in him all
feeling publicans are fighting Re- SOME OF THIS type of cri- immediately, truces rather than risk more positive dialogue with
red up on fundamental ques- publicans in New York State, ticism comes, of course, from with the lieutenant and key for total victory.Eisenhower's war force in the immediate vi- right. At the start of the year, the church than the presentone
for and show little of the distur- cinity of the uprising and to we thought we knew fair-
example Democrats witnesses, none
tions among the voters of all against Republicans. first major well that we now of necessity
his
signs of ending their interne- President would have occurred." compel a Soviet withdraw- ly from writings and
Johnson bance
for and lament. But we
the hi 1953 deplore
act
parties throughout coun foreign policy was al" his votes what he believed.
cine warfare. In the South, on instance in the next day rumors
a speech on the By cannot turn
not to press the war in Korea Now we don't know what he our gaze away
the other hand, Democratic same day as the Hershey con- about the boy's killing were ACCORDINGLY Sen- from the
if the contemporary
try.It but to end it. He didn't believes: All we know is what
matters little, for Instance members of Congress who ference was held, said that it distorted and inflammatory.The ask "Why not victory?" but ator has now embraced the he says. world ." In which the Com-
have been opposed to the bas- had never been "the policy of "race riot" grew out of munists have proved themselves
Gold-
whether Senator
ic principles of their own party any American president to them; and the backlash fromit unwilling to enter into
water failed to repudiate the for decades tactfully go off to systematically place in hazardthe that touched off trouble in any such positive dialogue.

John Birch Society in its en- Europe instead of attendingthe life of this nation by Rochester, Brooklyn and Jer- I

tirety as Governor Rockefeller Democratic National Con- threatening nuclear war." sey City. Voice of the THIS ELOQUENT Pope,

urged or whether.the' vention and carrying their This left an inference in the This is the background. The People who apparently wrote e v ery

Arizona Senator was right in grievances before television minds of many people that grand jury and other investigative word of this encyclical with
of- I
screens. Mr. Goldwater had somehow agencies will make
his own hand, which ca n
limiting himself to sharp criti- .
done so. In rebuttal, Mr. Gold- ficial reports. But it is important On The Sun's therefore be
cism of Robert Welch, head of Opinion Page===== presumed to be
water promptly declared it to see this was no
that same society. Mr. Gold- THEORETICALLY, a mem- the condensate of his profoundest
water revealed that, when he ber of Congress who has been was "the supreme political "race riot" in the commonly Opinions and comments of SUB readers ort welcome in tho Voice of the People column. Utters sentiments on t he
..lie" to imply that a victory accepted meaning of that must be signed end beer the writer's address. Homes will be withheld if requested. A letter should
that he addresses
first read Mr. Welch's book elected on the Republican tick not exceed 500 words and be problems
for him in November must written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot used. The
linking officials of the Eisenhower et has a moral obligation to lead might phrase.A Sun reserves the right to reject say Utter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or himself to, warns, finally
from to to war. intent. against the lure of ideology.We .
administration with the support his party top QUIET MAN who cus-
Communist movement, he told bottom. If he wants to be- And so the battle of words from the are all of us besotted with
the author to "burn it up." come an "independent," he between parties goes on, tomarily let the the boys street eat 'Freedom Posts' paper columnists, cartoonists, dom through nationalism?" In the cliches of One World, of

Mr. Goldwater added that can find plenty of precedentfor which, of course, is under- school across and who playwrights, actors, preachers Italy during the '20's and 'Ecumenism, of the Human

many members of the society doing so only he cannot standable. But the battle in- lunch on the them steps,a "good Vs. Freedom whole churches and many '30's, you could be shot for Alloy which overwhelm distinctions

argree with him. consistently run under the label side the Republican Party, thought" watering flower professors. I certainly am saying something against a between the saint

of his own party in a which also seems to be con bunch,and was hosing the side- EDITOR. Sun: Shall we glad these Freedom- lovers similar banner. I believe this and the sinner, the criminaland

state and yet fail to give full tinuing, somehow doesn't boxes band together to form an "anti.Freedom" are around to show me the "Freedom Movement" was the law abiding, the Communist -
of was
boys
IT IS OF little releva,,,., walk. A group club? right I might get lost called Fascism. In
support to his party ticket na- make sense. Maybe the recalcitrant A started. A' way. Germanythe and the democrat.1be
moreover, whether Mr. Goldwater's tionally.It Republicans ought to sprayed.lieutenant row happened by. It just doesn't sound feasible and just enjoy good old democracy penalty was a little more Pope's arms are outstretched,

statement that, if study carefully how the Dem- police in that a good American would without them. I'm humane; an anti Nazi was. but his eyes do not avert
and
plain
off
elected, he would rely on General is believed that eventually ocrats in Congress behave dur- He was From duty that moment on even suggest such a thing; it really thankful they can spend gassed.In 'from reality. "See how St.

Eisenhower and other both Senators Keating and ing a presidential campaign clothes. 15- sounds subversive. Maybe their millions to help me. the United States of Paul himself formed the
moved quickly
competent military sufficient advisersis Javits of New York the will national be when they support the ticket year-old things boy with a record of no, not maybe definitely, Now, back to reality. How America a celebrated senator Christians_of the__primitive:
accepted as by found supporting with the Democratic label on delinquencies was this must be a' Communist can we fight groups who used open accusations followed church: 'You must not consentto
captious critics, or whether, ticket and that the present it minor plot Let's examine the freedom banner by immediate industrial with unbe-
no matter how their consti- dead. Inflammatory rumor propo- scream wave a be yokefellows,
in order to be elected he will to be
controversy prove tuents feel or how many fun- the gasoline thrown on 'of "Excelsior!" while un- blackballing. Even though he lievers. What has innocence
must reaffirm from .about was sal.Certain
day much ado nothing.
every damental principles in the history the smouldering resentments. groups in our country dermining our form of govern- was censured by his own to do with lawlessness? Whatis
the that he believes
housetops A lot of the debate over of the party are being Within days the nation was have formed "Freedom ment Isn't there a rule that peers, his method caught on. there In common between
he does in the
as of civilian- doctrine "principles" is a smokescreen ignored. shocked by "race riots.", Posts" and "Constructive athletes can't paint footballs Name calling has become light and darkness?" How. can

the.r.n1tiThese supremacyover that hides deep resentments Newspapers and television Freedom Posts ." These on their jerseys? There must very popular now. a believer throw In his lot

occasioned by the failure of a around the world let millionssee groups and others like hem be some rule in government It has become so popular! with ,an infidel;," .

subjects are neither in particular faction to win at us at 'our worst Then seem to spend their time fer- about misrepresentation. I'm that people who want to fight The new Pope has shown

the "mainstream" of political the Republican National Con I'm all in favor of the Dem- came the discovery of mur- reting out "Com -! symps," certain that we do not, as a these extremists are forced to himself an extremist in* defense

thought nor of overriding im vention. When 'it comes to ocratic principle that one Idiot dered youngsters in Mississippi "Pinkos," the "mistaken.. nation, favor an oligarchy of do so anonymously or keep of the word of God.:

portance among party principles "principles it is difficult to is as good as one genius. This, too, is a world and outright "Reds. These the moneyed aristocracy. quiet An anonymous voiceis

today. More vital are find much difference between But I draw the line when story. Freedom lovers have donea Trickle-down economics have seldom heard. You don't .. .- .
such basic issues as honest what Senator Goldwater is someone takes the next step The time to plan and good job so far. They have been proven wrong. even get a chance to say. "I

government, excessive government sa'ing'today and what the' and concludes that two idiots think is now. We can onlygo labeled and marked a former Yet these groups wave the told you so." Who says walking is a; lost

and wise use of the tax- platform planks of the party are better than one genius. forward not backward. President of the United banner of freedom. Who will Shall we join an "anti- art? How else-dowe. get

payer's money But somehow itself) proclaimed at San Fran- (The late Leo Szilard, qcot- "If only someone had act- States, a Chief Justice on our voice out against them? Who Freedom" club? back(from the garage?

the contest over Mr. Goldwa] cisco. ed in America magazine) ed sensibly." Supreme Court, many news dares defy the cry of "Free- WORRIED (Wall Street Journal)
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4A Gainesville Sun Sunday August 16, 1964

... HAMPTON JUNIOR COLLEGE NEW TERM AT GIBBS GRADUATEST. II"

Orientation for freshmen and COLORED NEWShistory. LINCOLN HIGH I PETERSBURQ ..toSJ ph6mitl1

new students gets underway at Lincoln High .School .wjli. Je ; a Gibbs' Junior' College
Hampton Junior ,College in
, if 0i&fntsuil1 Sun gin its 1964-65 school year Mon-i and Fl6rld '"4\1\1 UTrtrefsitygraduate
Ocala Aug. 24 26. J HIGH SPRINGS NEWS
The orientation program is supervised A total of 220 men and 479 I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McCas- day, beginning at 8:30 a.m... .istaking-partUn the

by the staff of student 1 women were enrolled at the college lin and children made a recent when all new personnel will report -:.nation wide program for aiding -

personnel services- J during the past academicyear. trip to St. Petersburg to visit for a full day of orienta. under privileged youth.

On Sunday, Aug. 23, students : Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Valentine -tion. On Tuesday, all teachers Smith, a native of.-St. Peters-

JOHN R. HARRISON. President and will be assigned housing between Hampton Junior College is accredited and their daughter, Sharon. will report for their first day burg, is one of 48 new: enrolled -

Publisher PAT COWUES Vice Pre*>- 1:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.I I by the State Department Mrs. Mary Allen Jones accompanied -,which will begin the regular in a special-training institute

Florida's.Beautiful dent Ed JOHNSON. Vic President The college has no dormitory of Education, has mem- them on the trip. planning session prior to the being conducted at Tuskegee In-
Bill
G. ( )
Executive Editor W.
and
bership in the American Assoc- Rev. W. P. Jenkins arrival of 1600 students on the He will
*y EKERSOLE Vice President and Advertising facilities for its students, but Presiding stitute, Tuskegee, Ala.
University City' Director; BOB TARTAGUONE. assumes the responsibility for iation of Junior Colleges, is approved -Elder of the Lake City District, first day of classes, Sept. 1. spend eight weeks in the Tuske-

Vice President and Circulation Manager. securing suitable housing for 1 by the State Certificate I held his fourth and last quarterly -Each day during the course of gee Youth Opportunity Training

out-of-town students. Department for the inservice conference for the year I the two week planning period Program and will be placed in

: THE SUN'S POLICY The new students will be given -training of teachers, is recognized -last Sunday at Allen Chapel A.: will include talks, demonstrations one of the nation's Youth J

1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns.' general achievement testson by the U.S. Government, and M. E. Church. The presiding cider workshops and tours 'Several -Centers as a counselor upon

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. Monday and Tuesday. Aug. is approved by the Veterans Ad- delivered a sermon at each new teachers have been ad- completion of his training. .

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. 24 and 25. A social has been ministration for the training of service, and expressed his gratitude -ded to the Lincoln High School], Smith is a 1959 graduate of

planned for the new students on veterans. for the support he had received -staff to replace some who have: Gibbs High School. He gradu-
All
The Sun's 372-8441
telephones: Deportments- Monday evening, in the Howard William H. Jackson presi-, from the church and dis resigned or taken leave of ab-ated from Gibbs JC with high

Want Ads-376-4672 High School cafetorium.On dent; Ralph P. Malone, Dean of trict. The conference was a financial -sence. honors and enrolled in Florida

Tuesday afternoon at 1:15 Student Personnel Services; success. Presiding El- August 21-28, has been design. A&M University to earn a. .degree -

p.m. an assembly will be held Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter. der Jenkins and Rev. R. L. ated for registration. All seniors i in sociology. He was the

Preserving Conditions for Fair Trial when new students will he welcomed Shaw, pastor, were the dinner, who plan to graduate in June,, highest ranking student in his

by the President of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clar 1965, and new students who I: August 1963 graduating class.

In an effort to safeguard further not likely to prejudice jurors any Student Government Association -ILL IN HOSPITALMiss ence Bennett. plan to attend Lincoln High I ,
college officials, and representatives Alice Criswell of 830 NE Mrs. Lucile Bryant attendedthe School for the first time are I ROCHELLE NEWS i
the right to fair trial the AmericanBar more than when these statementsare
from the Marion 18th Ter., is seriously ill in theJ. Tri-State Meeting last Tues- asked to come to Lincoln High
Association is considering mak- made in court.A County Board of Public Instruction Hillis Miller Medical Center. day. The meeting convened at School on these dates for reg- The officers and members ofthe
Third Bethel Church
ing it a breach of legal ethics for and the College Advisory She desires the prayers of the Edward Waters College, Jack- istration. Seniors may then of Rochelle Baptist the
observing
are
:
prosecutors and defense lawyers to more serious problem, it seems Committee. church. sonville.A. clear up any deficiencies that Fourteenth of their
Registration for freshmen and I W. Andrews Sr., and niece,, they might have in order to be Anniversary
comment before trial about the guiltor to us, is loose talk about details of pastor, Rev. James Cato, to-
new students is scheduled for I WILLISTON NEWS Mrs. Alberta Calhoun visiting in line for graduation.
are I
innocence of defendants. The pro- evidence-evidence that might later day. The order of services i ii
will be holi-
No. 11 will September 7 a
Thursday, Aug. 27. Returning Pall Bearers Lodge relatives in North Carolina.
posed amendment to the ethics code prove to be inadmissible in court but and friends of as follows: Sunday school ;10a.m.
students are scheduled to register meet today at 12 noon at the Lawrence Williams of Lakeland: day. All parents I
terms it "improper and professional. which can color the views of prospec- on Friday, Aug. 28. Classes usual meeting place. All members -spent the weekend with his uncle the school are cordially invit-: Morning worship 11.30; a.
The for this
m. speaker sen'ice -
ly reprehensible" for attorneys to tive jurors. begin on Monday, Aug. 31. are asked to come prepareed and aunt, Mr. and Mrs., ed to come to the school dur- will be Mrs. Frederica

"any opinion or prediction as The college is anticipating the to pay all dues and tax. Rev. Jake Williams. Mrs. Parmell J. ing the planning sessions Aug. Elementary
express Nix, instructor in the Duval -
largest enrollment in its brief R. Sams, president. Williams, reporter. 18 31, or on opening day, Sept.
to the guilt or innocence of the accused The A. B. A. is wise, nevertheless, 1. School. Rev. James

the weight of the evidence to attempt to remind its members Cato, pastor; Mrs. Eva Presley -

against him or the likelihood that that the place to establish guilt or THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST GIBBS JC FALL TERMST. reporter.

he will be either convicted or acquitted. innocence is in the courtroom, rather PETERSBURG Gibbs Obituai'ics .

." than in the newspapers or on tele- Junior College considered as

vision. The proposed amendment is "The South's Most Unusual Junior -
MR. GUY HOWARD

The amendment apparently is in recognition that the problem of pre- Unity--Or Is It? College, is as,"popular by a national as it is magazine unusual -- Funeral services for Mr. Guy

.
response to the handling of the cases trial publicity is a problem that involves : according to reports from Howard will be held at the St.

of Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ru- the bar as much as it does the the College. John Baptist Chruch in Chief-

by. In both cases, Dallas prosecutors media of mass communications. As Nt1U Unrk mimtlt "Why not peace?" And he General and his policies, he The fall term will begin with land today at 2:30 p.m.: with

freely stated their belief in the guiltof Prof. Claude R. Sowle, associate deanof By JAMES RESTON settled for dividing that coun- has clearly changed, but this registration Sept. 2-4 and 900 Rev. H. Foye officiating. Inter-

the men, and their views were the Northwestern University WASHINGTON In his try at the 38th parallel. is just the trouble. For after students are expected to register ment will follow in the family
the from 46 Florida counties,
widely broadcast.It School of Law, recently pointed out: speech to the Republican lead- BERLIN AND Germany shey summit, where meeting he rejected at Her-the eight: states, the District of! plot there. .

ers at Hershey last week, Sen. were a constant nuisance and of extremists Columbia and Africa, Registrar His survivors include his children -
support ,
can be questioned whether allegations "In those cases where pre-trial Goldwater said, "The Eisen- even danger in the Eisenhower ported the United Nations,sup the Esther Harris reports. : Lymus and Joe Howard,

of guilt or protestationsof press abouse is claimed, what is the hower Dulles approach to terms, but he accepted the Social Security system, and A total of 20 students have Mrs. Mary Norris all of(,_Chief-
foreign affairs is our ap partition of both rather than from Gainesville.Miss land, Mrs. Martha Smith and
applied
innocence by attorneys have much source of much of the information the Civil Rights Act he voted
proach. .A Goldwater.Miller
risk war for their unifica- Harris reports that as Miss Margene Howard of Fair-
if any, effect on the ability to obtain published? Some of the information, administration will mean an tion. He compromised with this against, he insisted that all in in the past, applications from banks, Miss Susie Howard of
fair trial. The arrest and filingof of is ferreted out the immediate return to the represented no change
a course, by proven the Communists to secure the his Hillsborough County number Jacksonville and Miss .Bertha
past positions.
charges against an individual is, press itself. The police also lenda plicy of peace through freedom of Austria and Trieste. closely with those from Pinellas Lee Howard of Ocala; his sisters -

in effect, a statement of belief on helping hand. But much of the strength which was the hall He risked sending the U-2 "This is no" concilia tor y County and the college has already Miss Willie Mae Howard
mark of the Eisenhower speech at all, he told reporters of Clearwater and Mrs. Isabell
made for
planes over Russia but arrangements
the part of law enforcement officialsin information, in my opinion, is pro- spy later. "It merely reaf-
years. grounded them when they buses to transport Hillsborough Monroe of Eustis; and a broth-
the guilt of the accused. The defense vided by prosecutors and defense This is an important state- were caught. He encouragedthe firms what I've been say in g County students. .er, Walter Howard of Clearwa-

attorney signifies his beliefin counsel. In many criminal cases, ment if it can be taken at Cuban exiles to prepare to throughout the campaign. There will be increased rep-, ter.: Duncan Brothers Morticians -

the innocence of the defendant the men on both sides of the coun- face value, for the Eisenhower invade Cuba, but never let The fact that Eisenhower'sown resentation from Manatee and. are i in charge of funeral ar-

when he takes the case and pleadshis sel table, in an attempt to gain either years, though marked by them go. people had helped draft Sarasota Counties. rangements.
much heroic Goldwater talk the statement that Governors .
Alabama North Carolina
Georgia, ----
client "not guilty. tactical advantages or personal pub- It is difficult to imag- -
about "liberating" E a stern Rockefeller, Scranton, and South! Carolina, Illinois, LEWIS YOUNG
ine whose
licity, have sought to try their cases Europe and "rolling back anyone affairs approach different to- Romney, who had opposedhis California, New York, New Jersey -: Funeral services for L e wi s

Out-of-court statements by at- in the press unfettered by standards communism," were essentially foreign from Goldwater's was more than nomination, now found ; and the District of Columbia -: Young, of 613 SE Fifth Terr.,

torneys about guilt or innocence are applicable in the courts." years of accommodationand Eisenhower. He even moved these views different and acceptable are other places from which will be held at the Mt. Moriah

compromise with the against his two closest allies, that. every reporteron the college will be drawing stu Baptist Chruch Wednesday at
Communist world, and this is the scene noted the differ- dents. 1:30 p.m. with Rev. L. A. Till-
Britain and France, when
precisely what Barry has been ence in the tone of his remarks Dean of students S. W. Curtis. man officiating. Mt. Young wasa t
mobilized for action in .
they
THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT : condemning in the past. the Suez crisis, and despite all all this made no difference said the college has received 26 pioneer citizenof Alachua

to Barry.A applications from African stu County and was employed by
IN FACT, it was precisely the Dulles talk about freeing dents. "While the college would the City of Gainesville for many
Battle of t this tendency of the Eisen Eastern Europe, Eisenhowerlet CYNIC would say that
PrinciplesOr happily defray college expensesof years. Duncan Brothers Morti-
hower administration to limit the Red army tanks crush the Senator merely said what
the African students while cians are in charge of funeral
: its risks in the cold war that the Hungarian uprising with- was necessary to get Ike's they study at Gibbs, the prob arrangements.MRS. .
led Goldwater himself to be out making a move. support but Barry is more >
Semantics? lem faced by them is n arranging -
It such an outspoken critic of In his book, "The Con- complicated than that. He and financing passageto SUSIE BADY

Eisenhower's foreign policy, science of a Conservative," simply balances the books every America. Those who do succeed -: Final rites for Mrs. Susie

from 195360, and if he has Goldwater took a different day and sometimes sev- in coming to Gibbs will. Bady of 729 NW Sixth ter., :will

now really come over to Eis- view. "Assume also a major eral times a day, and the odd be given financial aid that .covers be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.
By DAVID LAWRENCE ter's ambiguous words in recent But even if Mr. Goldwaterhad enhower rather than thing about it is that he
merely uprising in Eastern Europe seemsto matriculation, lodging, and I from the Johnson Chapel Baptist -
WASHINGTON The political speeches or statementshas denounced every mem- saying some agreeable thingsto such as occurred in Budapestin be equally dogmatic about food." Church with the Rev. W. J.

world "will little note nor seemed to provide opportunities ber of the John Birch Society, make Eisenhower come 1956," he wrote. "In sucha wholly contradictory things.He Gibbs was the first Flor, Taylor officiating.

long remember" what was for sniping attacks it wouldn't have satisfied his over to him, then the Repub- situation we ought to pre- has now said almost everything jda junior college to accept African Mrs. Bady, a resident

that are critics, who seem to be anxious lican campaign has taken an sent the Kremlin an ultimatum that can be said on students. of Gainesville for 40 years, died
said in the addresses at Her- coming regularly now to pin the label of "cx-
important turn.Eisenhower forbidding Soviet inter- both sides of the main ques- Thursday in the Alachua Gen-
shey, Pa., by the leading Re- from the Democrats who tremism" on the Arizona Sen- did take risksto vention, and be prepard, if tions of the campaign. He is THANKS TO ALL eral Hospital following an extended -

publicans who gathered there have merely picked up what ator no matter how often he defend Formosa, and the the ultimatum is rejected, to for Ike and for policies Ike ., illness.
We, the family of the lat
last Wednesday to present an some of the so-called Repub- reaffirms that he favors the offshoe islands, where American move a highly mobile task opposes. He has been for and Mrs. Mayme J. Stewart Sutton Survivors include her husband

image of party unity. For the lican "liberals" said about United Nations and that he air and naval power force equipped with appropriate against extremists, for and wish to thank our friendsfor ,: Neil Bady; three broth- "'
favors many
their opponents during the San peace by strength and dominated the seas and the nuclear weapons to the against the United Nations, their deeds of kindness ,. ers, Charlie and Rev. W. L. I
semantics of what is or is not is generous
opposed to appeasement be- skies, and he moved boldly in scene of the revolt. and compulsory Social Secur- Rivers of Jacksonville and Sam-
Francisco convention.The to us during the illness and I f
party harmony can have little cause it leads to war. the Lebanon crisis to protectthe ity and the
"Our objective," he concluded graduated income death of our loved one. Thanks, mie Rivers of Gainesville; two ,

bearing on the deep-seated simple fact is that Re- Middle East, but in general "would be to confront the tax.There to all, and may God bles ; sisters, Mrs. Rosa Byrd of

feeling which have been stir- publicans are still fighting Re- SOME OF THIS type of criticism he accepted a series of Soviet Union with superior is a change in him all each of you most abundantly, Gainesville, and Mrs. Marie I

red up on fundamental questions publicans in New York State, comes, of course, from truces rather than risk war force in the immediate vi- right. At the start of the year, Signed: Mrs. Loye Lewey am i Howard of Jacksonville, and !

among the voters of all for example, and show little Democrats against Republicans. for total victory.Eisenhower's cinity of the uprising and to we thought we knew fair- Mrs. Thelma Beale, Jacksonville .. many nieces and nephews. i

signs of ending their internecine President Johnson, for first major compel a Soviet withdrawal. ly well from his writings and ; Mrs. Dora V. Saunders Interment will be made in
parties throughout the coun- foreign policy act in 1953 was ." his votes what he believed. the Trenton Cemetery under the I
instance
warfare. In the South, on in a speech on the Nacogdoches, Tex., duaghter:,
the other hand, Democratic same day as the Hershey con not to press the war in Korea Now we don't know what he and Mrs. Mamie Saunders direction of Dorsey's Funeral
try.It but to end it. He didn't ACCORDINGLY, if the Senator '
members of Congress who ference was held, said that it believes: All we know is what niece.A Home.
matters little for in- "
have been opposed to the bas- had never been "the policy of ask "Why not victory? but has now embraced the he says. I
stance whether Senator Gold-
MRS. DAISY WASHINGTONFinal
ic principles of their own partyfor any American president to NOTE OF THANKS
water failed to repudiate the decades tactfully go off to systematically place in hazardthe rites for Mrs. Daisy
Mrs. Bessie Mae Weslc
John Birch Society in its en- Europe instead of attendingthe life of this nation by I ;)P Washington, a former resident

tirety as Governor Rockefeller Democratic National Convention threatening nuclear w a r." I thanks all members of t h < Voice of the Household of Ruth who sen t following !-
in the Florida State Hospital
I
urged or whether the. and carrying their This left an inference in the People her donations for the floral fantasy a lingering illness, will
minds of
grievances before television many people that I ..
Arizona Senator was right in Mr. Goldwater had given by the Grand Household be conducted today at 3 p.m.
limiting himself to sharp criti- screens. somehow I I of Ruth, G. U. 0. of Q. F,, from the Galilee.Baptist Church
cism of Robert Welch, head of done so. In rebuttal, Mr. Gold- On The Sun's Opinion Page at Westside All Wars MemorialBuilding :I with the Rev. B. C. Clinton of.ficlating. -
water promptly declared it
that same society. Mr. Gold- THEORETICALLY, a mem- Atlantic City, N. J., Interment will follow
water revealed that, when he ber of Congress who has been was "the supreme politicallie" Opinions and comments of Sun readers art wilcomt in the Voice of lK. People column. Letters Aug. 11, 1964. Special thanks to I in the Hawthorne Cemetery. I
first read Mr. Welch's book elected the tick- to imply that a victoryfor must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders of r Mrs. Washington was born
on Republican
exceed 500 words and be written
him in November might must on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Waldo.
linking officials of the Eisen- et has a moral obligation to lead to war. Sun reserves the right to reject any.Utter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or in Hawthorne and in later years .
.hower administration with the support his party from top to intent. Mrs. Wesley was hostess overthe moved to Tampa. &

Communist movement. he told bottom. If he wants to be- And so the battle of words weekend to her daughter, She is survived by four sis I

the author to 'burn it up." come an "independent," he between parties goes on, 'Freedom Posts' paper columnists, cartoonists, dom through nationalism?" In Mrs. Louise Pickens, and her ters-in-law, Mrs. Hattie Washington I

Mr. Goldwater added that can find plenty of precedentfor which, of course, is under- playwrights, actors, preachers Italy during the '20's and grandchildren of West Palm I of Hawthorne, Mrs. Lila ,

many members of the society doing so only he cannot standable. But the battle in- Vs. Freedom whole churches and many 30's, you could be shot for Beach. Mrs. Wesley is returning -. Livingston and Mrs. Rosa Bus-

argree with him. consistently run under the label side the Republican Party, professors. I certainly am saying something against a with them to West Palm foran sey both .of Jacksonville two

of his own party in a which also seems to be continuing EDITOR, Sun: Shall we glad these Freedomlovers similar banner. I believe this indefinite stay. brothers-in-law, Willie Washington -

state and yet fail to give full somehow doesn't band together to form an "an- are around to show me the "Freedom Movement" was Rev. C. P. Preston and fam- of Hawthorne, and Amos
IT IS OF little relevance
support to his party ticket na make sense. Maybe the recalcitrant ti-Freedom" club? right way. I might get lost called Fascism. In Germany ily of Miami spent a week hereas Washington of this city; one

moreover, whether Mr.that Goldwater's if- tionally.It Republicans ought to It just doesn't sound feasible and just enjoy good old democracy the penalty was a little more houseguests of Mrs. Gertrude nephew, Paul Williams of Jacksonville l
statement ..
study carefully how the Dem- that a good American would without them. I'm humane; an anti Nazi was Brown. Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley ; and one daughter Mrs. II
elected, he would rely on General is believed that eventually -
reporter.
Eisenhower ocrats in Congress behave during even suggest such a thing; it really thankful they can spend gassed.In Ruth Hayes of Campville. The !
and other both Senators and
Keating a presidential campaign sounds subversive. Maybe their millions to help me. the United States of family and friends will meetat I
competent military advisersis Javits of New York ,will be
PERSONALS the home of Mrs. Melerneze I''
when they support the ticket no not Now America ,
maybe definitely, back to reality. How a celebrated senator
accepted as sufficient by found the national
supporting with the Democratic label Misses and Yvcnne Taylor in Hawthorne at 215
Cynthia
on this must be Communist
a used
can we fight groups w ho open accusations followed -
captious critics, or whether, ticket and that the present it no matter how their consti- plot. Let's examine the propo- scream freedom, wave a ban- by immediate industrial Wilkerson, daughters of Mrs. pjn. to form-the t: rtegc.-These
in order to be elected he will be
controversy prove to services under the directionof
Helen Wilkerson 610 are
NW First
tuents feel or how fun- ,
of
many ner "Excelsior! while blackballing. Even though he
must reaffirm every day from much ado about nothing.A salCertain undermining and Chestnut Funeral
damental principles in the his- in St., left recently for New York the Hughes -
groups our country our form of govern- was censured by his own
the housetops that he believes
as he does in the doc lot of the debate over tory of the party are being have formed "Freedo ment? Isn't there a rule that peers, his method caught on. City to visit their aunts Mrs. Home.
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Rosa L. Manns and Mrs. OraL.
trine of civilian "principles" is a smokescreenthat ignored.I'm Posts," and "Constructive athletes can't paint footballson Name calling has become CHISHOLM
supremacyover Whitfield. will also visit MRS. SUSANNA
the hides deep resentments Freedom P osts" T h ese their jerseys? There must very popular now. They '
military. the World's Fair and other in- Mrs. Susanna Chisholm of
occasioned by the failure of a S groups and others like t hem be some rule in government It has become so popularthat
903 NW Sixth Ave. died
teresting places yes-
These subjects are neither in particular faction to win at seem to spend their time fer- ""about misrepresentation. I'm people who want to fight
Master Sandy L. Williams the terday morning at the Alachua '
,
the "mainstream" of political the Republican National Con all in favor of the Democratic reting out "Com symps," certain that we do not, as a these extremists are forced to General
of and
youngest son Rev. Mrs. Hospital following a
thought nor of overriding importance vention. When it comes to principle that one idiot "Pinkos," the "mistaken," nation, favor an oligarchy of do so anonymously or keep David Williams Sr., of 5320 lingering illness. Mrs. Chisholm

among party princi- "principles," it is difficult to is as good as one genius. and outright "Reds." These the moneyed aristocracy. quiet. An anonymous voice NW Second Ave., was entertained has lived in Gainesville' for a

ples today. More vital are find much difference between But I draw the line when Freedom lovers have donea Trickle-down economics have is seldom heard. You don't Friday at 5 p.m. with a party : great number of years. She wasa

such basic issues as honest what Senator Goldwater is someone takes the next step good job so far. They have been proven wrong. even get 'a chance to say, "I on his eighth birthday. A can- member of the ML Pleasant

government, excessive govern saying today and what the and concludes that two idiots labeled and marked a for- Yet these groups wave the told you so." dlelighted cake and dinner were M.E. Church. Funeral arrangements -

ment, and wise use of the tax platform planks of the party are better than one genius. mer President of the United banner of freedom. Who will Shall we join an "anti- served. The Souder children are incomplete and will

payer's money- But somehowthe itself proclaimed at San Fran- (The late Leo Szilard, quoted States, a Chief Justice on our voice out against them? Who Freedom" club? who are cousins to Sandy, were be announced later t>y the Hughes -

contest over Mr. Goldwa- cisco. in America magazine) Supreme Court, many news- dares defy the cry of "Free- WORRIED his guests at the party. and Chestnut Funeral Home.



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I ? F INTEm'BETIVENEWS Sunday, August IS, 1964 Gainesville Sun SA'1 Iuca
COLUMNISTS ments are not fully adequateand Viet Nam. with not having the answer.

4J that national action is nec- The point here was that This is,an old dodge which
ihi the essary. Presumably, he is while he supports the Presi- has often worked well. For ,
J Begging Question right about Arizona. But how dent's action in the Gulf of you can fool a good many peo-
does he know what he thinkshe Tonkin, it was "a tactical re- ple a good deal of the time, .
1 .BY WALTER knows about the Tennessee action and not a winning stra- and if you cannot fool them i
LlPP Counties
ANN tional Association of the
ay ...J"dging by-what he has been provides fOme clues as,to how we determine real question' is how do Valley? tegy." This is quite true. But you can always say that the I''
:laying since-San.' Francisco, he thinks he can solve theproblem. they are fully adequate or? Sen-not I am omitting ,what he said what is the winning strategythat press has misrepresented you
l! :Sea?; 'Bafry Goldwater has about the national defense because President Johnson h as But this kind of campaing- ,
ator
>f "aljzed: that:he must tidy up .His solution is thePresident Goldwater sponsors a billion there he raised issuesof failed to apply? The senator ing'can be dealt with by con- ,
ana moderate"his public im i for not to.attack -dollar Arizona water and fact that he must debate did not say, hoping no doubt tinual exposure of the device,
age. At the convention he answering power project and has. there- with the Pentagon. Let us look that his audience would think which is as old as the' art' For Our Personal
questions to which there
are
roughshod over the moderates fore determined that Arizo- now at how he has started to he Jiacl the answer because he of rhetoric. It is to ask ques'/
giving them no quarter, as yet no .final answers and ==na's state and local govern- campaign about. the war in had charged the President tions and then to beg them.
and he frightened the then .to hope that people will : Brand of ServiceWe
as country, think that he himself has:the
well as the Jest of the
he has
because asked
world, with his extremism. ,the answers questions. Want You To
The experience'shocked the
Republican Party, and,'since His Monday address dealt jftYI4tW.4SPEIALS Know Our Employees!
San Francisco, Senator Gold- with' four important subjects.The .
water, has 'had. to try to put first was the integrity of
the pieces:together by rewriting the press; the second was the
his, levels of government from
words, by reinterpret- :
ing his meaning, by pleading counties to ,the nation; the QUANTITY RIGHTS-RESERVED 521 N. W; 13th St.
that he !is misunderstood and third was the condition of our

by cooing like a'dove. national defense; the fourth .
was the war in Viet Nam. .
THUS, TAE WARHAWKwho As for the integrity of the FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE

has wanted to break relations press, the senator sideswiped FRESH .
with the Soviet Union the subject by saying that he

has been redecorated as a sometimes wonders "where NEVER
loyal disciple of.Eisenhower- Christianity would be today if ,
Dulles some of these reporters (that
foreign policy -with
out mentioning the invitationto is,,'the American newspapermen FROZEN \-s
Chairman Khrushchev to ) had been Matthew,
tour the United' States and Mark, Luke and John." The r Dorothy Adams
President Eisenhower's senator might remember that '
acceptance .
the evangelists had a more inspiring -
of an invitation from Dottie is in charge of the new
Khrushchev to go himself to 'subjectAFTER cheek department. She will give
Moscow. And the happy-go- you the printed checks or the .
THIS jocose introduction personalized checks.
lucky wisecrack about extre- 25c'a
mism ,has now been diluted the senator took up 1 Her desk and file is located in
iiito "whole-hearted devotionto the platform of the Associationof I close front of the mom vault so she has
Counties, and here contact in assisting you to
we can
liberty" 'and !
moderation LB.Limit your safe deposit box. As lobby
has been downgraded.into hear him using his. campaign. ,receptionist she also dispenses
"half-hearted devotion to jus formula. general information.
The of ,the
tice. principles platform .
( : 2 With :your $3 or More Food Order Please)
One of the' great,virtues of are: "Leave to private .
the American political 'sys- initiative. the functions that
tem is that as an election approaches citizens can perform private
there is a strong pull !ly.;; use the level of govern- 'CAMPBELL'S'TOMATO "BREMNER"SALTIDES
on the candidates to move ment closest to the communityfor Ii
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away from the extremes and all public functions it can I I'
toward the center. This pull handle; utilize cooperative intergovernmental .
toward the center is workingon agreements
Senator Goldwater, and it where appropriate attain AFTER
YOUR
is forcing him to ,retract, or economical performance and TOUR
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at least to fudge a whole series popular approval; reserve national SOUP.
for residual OF THE NEW HOMES
of public positions which a action par- :LB. PKG.
great mass of Republicans ticipation where state'and local .
cannot stomach. governments are not fully ON DISPLAY IN
'As a candidate for office it I adequate, and for the continuing .," "

Is not practical politics'''to insist responsibilities that only THE AREA-
that the voters make clear the national government can ,
.. choices in such matters as undertake." NO. 1 CCAN c
war and peace,racial justice, Senator Goldwater endorsed .
economic progress and human this platform. But so does to
welfare. A practical politicianhas everyone else that we ever \
.,to echo the feelings and heard of.For,these are truths lu.
wishes of the' preponderantmass which are part of the underlying

'of the;voters !in the center consensus, of Americanlife. LET USASSIST

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How then is Senator Goldwater YOU
THE SENATOR however, to give us a choice and
has a special problem, whichis not an echo? By failing to ac- "NORTHERN" DRAFT'S "PARKAY" QUARTERSOLEO IN THEm
how to sound very different knowledge that the real prob- I
from President Johnson with lem is that every one of these "
out"being too different 'His principles is in. fajta 'question TOWELSeI FINANCING

speech last Monday to the NaLegislator's ,,and a question to which ,. .
fo : .
there is no final and self-evi \\I :: { '!: "- ,

dent answer. JUMBO ROLL .
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FOR EXAMPLE, we must I For The One"
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residual participation where You Select! j'"j"
,Explodes, Burns, state and local governments, '
are not fully adequate." ButS :
MIAMI (AP-State Rep. Car- ; i.5c.
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burned, Miss Friday Bee,.off exploded Key Largo.and . YourSatisfaction' 30T035 '

Seven persons were injured.
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Matthews was not aboard.In Always
Assured YEARS TO PAY
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foot cruIser'Crystal burned in CREVASSE FLORIST
lower .Biscayne' Bay. The five 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
persons! aboard were rescued Phone FR 6.2514 FRESH "100% PURE" ;
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September to explain and illustrate the servicesof ,

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Gainesville Sun and the University City Bank, will ChickenChow Mein STAMPS BREADED SHRIMP :

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meet twice a week beginning Aug. 19 for a limited 59c'Coupon .

time under the ,direction of a ,fully qualified art thru good WM.at "Thriftwlly"Aug. 1f. only

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New Dental

Back-to-School Week Decorator Styled

. Office Open


= For County's- 766 TeachersOrientation f.. I ".. .: Dr.at a Gordon 1927 general NW T.dentistry 13th Blair St.has practice opened : w,, ca ,,ar DRAPERY FABRIC!


for 122 teachers school is and Florida Education
Tuesday September 1.1 ing As- .
The 40-year-old dentist comes
who will be teaching in Ala- The new teachers will>i be sociation program in P. K. ''-'';'': ...."., here from St.. Petersburgwhere

chua County for the first time come acquainted with the various Yonge Auditorium beginning at ..., ,, .. ...... he has practiced for nine atDISCOUNT
next month begins tomorrow departments and servicesat 8:30 ajn. Wednesday.Guest ... years.
morning in 4helr respective the county level in an orientation -: .
speaker will be Jesse ".. .. .. Dr. Blair received his DMD
schools. session in S. A: Hussey Stuart, Pulitzer Prize winning ... "- '.."'f'" ,'- aY 1
': degree from the University. of PRICES
Tuesday they'll be joined by Auditorium at Gainesville High author from Greenup, Ky. '... ".''.. .::.....:,, .' Alabama in 1955. He also re- 1
the remainder of Alachua Count beginning at 1:30 tomorrow ;' A.I""I.:.\.
I FEA officials scheduled to ceived a degree in mechanical
766 teachers for the begin- afternoon. ,
ty's
speak are DrJoe Hall, super- engineering from Auburn Uni-
of two weeks of school Highlight of the
ning pre- pre-planning intendent of schools in Dade versity in 1948. During WW II Of
for all teachers will be
period
planning.For County and president of the he served as a pilot in the
pupils, the first day of the annual county wide meet- FEA Mrs. Carolyn Dot son .." China Burma Theater.Dr. .
The Furniture Manufacturers
; chairman of the Classroom HENDERSON Blair and his wife,
s Teachers Division and Bob Joanne, have four children. BLAIR
y Jones, president elect of the charge of this portion of the

FEA. program. I World Danger I AMPLE HOUS

Ed Henderson, executive secretary Following the FEA programthe
ii 1 ;j of the FEA, will be in teachers will hear an ad-I CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy "We are as always at the beginning

dress by William S. Talbot Jr., (AP) Pope Paul VI, celebrat- of some conflagrationwhich I South Main St. at S.W* 13>K St.

Y superintendent elect of Ala- ing Mass in the church here, could yet burn up our
/ Nj RecordSet chua County. !warned mankind Saturday that present world." '

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aR k in July
:

At LibraryGainesville :

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: readers checker

out 25,800 books in July, a record FOR THE SAYINGES1 EARLY-BIRD BUYS IN TOWN ...
number for any month.
7
sJ The total averages more than
-- l; HALL DOTSON 1,000 books for each day the
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library was open. THINK

In July a year ago, readers
RELATED STORY .JTENTATIVE
I MMM MWMM took out 22,480 books. FIRST
T Starke's circulation reached ,
2,927 books, more than double! of
CALENDAR the number of a year ago, 1:204.1
In the entire Santa region -
FOODFAIR
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35,385 books were taken
SCHOOL YEAR 1964-65
out, over 6,000 more than in
July 1963.
Mon. Aug. 17-Principals and new teachers report to schoolof Some 940 new books were
assignment.Tues. placed on the library shelves,
RESERVED
RIGHTS
PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY NOON QUANTITY
and 916 new took out
Aug. 18-All personnel report to school of assignment.Wed. library cards during persons the month. ,
Aug. 19-FEA and county-wide general meeting.
Fri. registration.Tues. .
21-Pupil
Aug. "- M GET 50 FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON _
Sept. 1-First day of school. Denies MotionTo ,
Mon. Sept. 7-Labor Day holiday. -..,. BLUE RIBEON QUALITY LEAN FRESH
Fri. Oct. 16-Conference day. : Speed DuvalIntegration
Wed. Oct. 21-Report cards issued.
Thurs. Nov. 26-Thanksgiving holiday.Fri. 1 :
GROUND BEEF
Nov. Thanksgiving holiday. JACKSONVILLE (AP-Inte-
Wed. Dec. 2-Report cards issued.
fration of schools in Duval
Fri. Dec. 18-Christmas vacation begins, 3:30: p.m.
County need go only throughthe
Mon. Jan. 4-Classes resume.
second grade this
date for year.
Fri. Jan. 22-Changeover kindergarten.Wed.
U.S. District Court
Judge Bryan -
cards issued.
Jan.
27-Report Simpson denied a motion
Fri. Jan. 29-Second conference and planning day.
Friday to speed it
up.
Wed. Mar. 17-Report cards issued. $ 29PKG
He said the one-grade-each-
Thurs. Mar. 18-FEA Convention, Jacksonville.Fri. .
year plan which began in 1963
Mar. 19-FEA Convention, Jacksonville.Fri. IB
should continue at least until
16-Spring holiday.
Apr. the fall of 1965. .
Mon. Apr. 19-Spring holiday.
also rejected .
Simpson a motion .
Wed. Apr. 28-Report cards issued.
to put into effect immediately -
Thurs. June Report cards issued. School ends. I
I integration of teachingand
Fri. June 4-Post planning begins.
Tues. June 8-Last day for 10-month personnel. !nel. supervisory. school person- LADY FAIR ICED REG 35* VALUE


Redistrict Zole's Value Specials- I: SPANISH BARuu.29c 1

LADY FAIR MERRY-CO-ROUND REG 39< s 1

Delay Moves West, BendPercolator I Instamatie KODAK 100 COFFEE CAKE ,- 35' I MERCHANTS FREE EXTRA GREEK STAMPS 1'

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MIAMI (AP-Mayor)
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King High of Miami :
BAKERY : "
for an emergency session of the II Mens & LadiesWatchbands Baylor I :I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS' I:

U.S. Conference of Mayors to I Transistor TapeRecorder i BONUS : GREEN STAMPS : FYNETASTEINST.
m.n/s tourow.ra n twASE a
counter congressional moves toward :
legislative Values 4* ft : 4?* LADY FAIR SLICED : COFFEE
delaying
tionments. appor.1 To 7.95 J PLUS Speed Remote Control Control Mike $1 IBittery F8S : tZ1t1 WHEAT OR RYE Bread -
NOW J TAX a. C.r Phone ** M/-.CMq'" __IIGfWfNIOId 3 0.J
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of St. Louis, in a telegram Fri- Famous Regal Melmacby c=

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day."If
efforts in the Congress "Telfon"Cookware
succeed, the movement for fair ; I
representation will be dead and Set Texasware
FYNE-TASTE CANNED
of the cities will con-
the people
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tinue to be deprived of their Complete 55 pieces I

voice God-given in right their to,state an effective legisla- S1988 Complete t aMe nda SOFT DRINK

tures. Only, ServiceFor '19'95 cal>nl:
of SL Petersburg
But Charles Holley CHARGE IT 8 Soda
Republican nomineefor DELICIOLA\
governor said he favors CONVENIENT TERMS
Congress' delaying action."I Order By Mail ZALE '8 H .

favor and predicted this 12 E. University Are tiEt : II s
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action by the Congress," Holley TOOi

in said.amending"I do believe the constitution.it will result" 157

Senate President Wilson Car- J J120z
raway of Tallahassee expressedthe tar eel I ante ,o"osm
same sentiment. So da ode CANS uoRLTUR$1 I

the congressionalmove
Opposing
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Rep. Earl Faircloth of ? I
Miami, Democratic nominee for
attorney general called for the ee eeee ee eeeeeee I

ger.public** to "wake up to this dan- BLEACH II I


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Indicted For, GALLON IVORY SOAP 4'BAR 19

Assault on Girl PKG; I Iar

JACKSONVILLE (AP-James WAKE UP 1

Edward Coley, 26-year-old Ne-
gro, was indicted Friday on a I
charge of raping a 17yearoldwhite There's still time to earn ditidends

girl in a beach area near from the 1st of the month. But hurry! FROZEN FOODSCOFFEE .
Jacksonville April 19. FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS I
Get here
the
Investigators s a id C o ley your money by 20th.

robbed the girl's 20-year-old boy
lIORTOH RAKMnB
C1NNAlIOK=
friend at gunpoint, sent him Savings in by the 20th I ,1
away and raped the gut RING ;
Fingerprints on the car led to earn from the 1stFirst ,
Coley's identification officers I

said. He was arrested last "1P K P7 month in Texas where he was

working on a shrimp boat. Federal 'r ,
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A EE + It well_ "Mr..Safety" has earned good Agents; A. D. Tomasello of Highway Safety. It's members .
1 de a longtime dream come marks for his safety energies.But Bartow, public relations director shoulder the burden of getting
,JEe-Jor.Ed tafsoh, ..whomf. ; as Insurance Commissioner for the Florida Truckers As- proposed laws through the Leg-I
1D1D .ca.tl.F1o.t1d .' -'-: .. safe- Larson would be the first to sociation; Ridgely Jones, of islature. Since 1959 when Sena
,tt.T: grant, _this is not purely altru Tampa, executive vice presidentof tor Merrill P. Barber of Vero Sew and Save
-'i-\'ision"Of' State Treas. istic. When accidents go' down, the Peninsular Motor Club Beach sparked the endeavor, 22
4Wand:, -Insurance Cominlsbeen claims aga'nst insurance com- (AAA); Virgil Stuart of St. Augustine laws have been passed. /
,, : :- ne'of: a united panies go, down. When claimsgo secretary treasurer of j
.F it.frm1! against:hazards wherever down, the rates paid by you the Florida Peace Officers Association The Insurance' Institute for; S HERE ARE TWO WONDERFUL
t_! _e exist-- the highways, and me go down. When this I ; Mrs. Sara Griffin Highway Safety, a national
M.;work, in 'homes.the. happens, we are likely to be Hughes of -Orlando, treasurer group, adopted Florida as a pi-;( FABRIC SPECIALS FOR BACK-TO- "
-UP.;t4.--nowf pleased. And when the votersare and ,manager of the Orange lot state. It established a field
\ clLot.rthe office in Tallahassee, as a i SCHOOL BACK-TO-COLLEGE SEWING-
pleased, Treasurer. .Larsoncan County Citizens Safety Council ,
EWic.pitch for enjoy more his rounds of and Broward Williams of Tal- neighbor of the Traffic Safety r
safetyhas! ,Cracker the state. lahassee, executive director of Council and has spent upwardsof :
$75,000 in 4 Specially Priced At Just 990 Yd.
been directed This is what is currently hap- the Florida Association of insurance cooperative pro- a
:FLrecu: grams, including a comprehensive -
c-!'n Politics. pening on the safety front: Companies. i
,Be a1h' and. '1niurr The ,Citizens Advisory Com- The next step, which may be study cf the administrationof f :. M "Wraparound Poplin ,
traffic tM
highways. Pri- been given more. of a permanent I the consolidation of the new Cit took vision to pick up the .., LUE. DILLY BEAN. RED. BLUEBERRY BOTTLE LODEN.RK .
va t e industry footing through its recent izens Advisory Committee on pieces after'the Florida Citizens II a,. : ,.y, \ BROWN, RAISIN & BRANDIED APRICOT.
has/done, most, of the worry-i incorporation as a non profit Highway Safety with the Flori- Safety Council fell apart in 1953 .t ; SPECIAL 99c yd.
Jng:'abQut. job hazards. The group. This committee was es- da Traffic Safety Council under following four years of aggressive '
home front has been left main tablished by Larson in 1958 and the more encompassing name, support from a safetyminded I Transitional
ly to national groups with countrywide had been supported by him asa the Citizens Safety'Committee.. Governor, Fuller Warren,, > Dacron/Cotton Prints
appeals for care. I fact finding, law drafting W. J. Bowen of the Florida and Cabinet But Treasurer lar- ;:., \ M RICH DEEP-DARK PATTERNS FOR SMART LOOKING
But Larson, as insurance com- legislative lobbying activity.In Gas Company, Winter Park, as son persisted and i \SY-CARE DRESSES & CASUAL WEAR.
;' missioner.. has had an aware- the reorganization, Larson chairman of the Traffic Safety nized now, recog- SPECIAL 99e yd.
ness of the need for hammer- became chairman. The other of- Council, has just advised its by many as "Mr. Safety,"I
lag the safety message across ficers are (and the broadeningof board members of the possibU--1 his program appears to be well Piece Goods Shop2nd FloorCANNON.
the whole range of daily life, the base is evident from their fly of merger. The r"-fed. I
however useful the compart- workaday titles): Hugh Lalor, ty Council had been established -;;,"
mented approach may be. Opa Locka nurseryman and by Governor. Bryant as the i i
There are stirrings In flori- chairman of the State's Alcoholics citizens support group for high-'
da today which may bring Rehabilitation Prog ram; way safety programs."It .
Treasurer Larson's hopes for an Tom C. Johnson of Tampa ex is contemplated," wrote
1 all fronts drive to reality with- ecutive secretary of the Flori- Chairman Bowen, "that ,the
merged organization would not
:be limited to traffic safety and ANNUAL

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I 1944' Landings There to our are state.three" other groups i I .I .
operating in the safety field but STOCK-UP NOW FOR FALL & WINTER & SAVE !

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TOULON, France (AP) French equivalent of taps. I[cause confusion among the pub
I President Charles de Gaulle It was a hot and sunny day,I;lic. These are: CANNON COLORED PERCALES CANNON "MAJESTIC ROSE" PERCALE
took advantage Saturday of an somewhat similar to the day 20 The Inter Agency Council on TWIN.FITTED. .
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Election Laws Congo Army rAnti-U.S. Sentiment Spreads in Indonesia :

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Repulses JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) 1950 added fuel to anti-Yankee Indonesia, said a 35-man dele tion "under. duress," said.'Neil- thorities in 'Jakarta-that the library
In Need of Teeth
? A stick-banging mob of youthful flames.' gation ,from the mob gave the son, who said he told the delega- would not be taken over.
Anderson, his wife Helen and
Rebel Drive .demonstrators "seized" a U-S. Actual status of the American !library director, James Anderson tion, "We don't consider this as I their three children
"
were reported -
tir By DOUGLAS STARR probably have violated the election i information service library in library in Jogjakarta, a central of Washington, D.C., a an official document" safe in their living

?; TALLAHASSEE (AP- With code, too; complaint by LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP Jogjakarta as anti-American'Java town, 275 miles southeastof declaration saying the premiseswere Neilson said U.S. Charge d'Af- ters on the library's second quar-

Florida's election laws receiving them would be sour grapes; and ( ) Rebels pushed into the feeling spiraled in Indonesia.The here, appeared uncertain. ,taken over faires Francis Galbraith had received -floor. Six Jogjakarta policemenwere
more attention than in they might want to rim again. outskirts of Bukavu, capital of
ever Paul Neilson USIS director in Anderson signed the declara- assurance from high au- guarding the building.
recent months, the secretary of Who, then, would file such a Kivu Province, but were finally "Americans go home"
instate is working on ways to put complaint? pushed back by the Congolese sentiment shouted Friday by the

,teeth into them. Adams said to give such power army, messages from Bukavu mob of about 3,000 has spread i St. Augustine Integration Brings Action by Court I
f Several lawsuits have been to the secretary of state said Saturday. through this island nation in the
:filed citing violations of seldom- would be to vest in an officer Col. Frank Williams, head of wake of President Johnson's -
I JACKSONVILLE (APThreeSt. dered to and show All members of the Ancient comply; one said the place was
why
- "X enforced election laws as bases who can seek re-election the the U.S. Military Mission to the pledge of support to Malaysia, appear
:tfor overturning elections. So far, power of victory or defeat over Congo, and his Belgian counter- and a u.s.,Senate move to halt Augustine residents have they shouldn't'be' cited for con- City Hunting Club are prohibited one private slammed and was the door being and closed said:

*notie has succeeded. his opponents.The part, Col. Guy Logeist, flew to American aid to Indonesia. been called into U.S. District tempt.A by court order from interfering he would never serve them

Secretary of State Tom Adams same would hold true if Bukavu during the day for a President Sukarno has Court Monday answer com spokesman for the Southern with civil rights act compliance -

:-'the' state's chief elections the power were given to the at- first-hand look at the situation. pledged to crush the British- plaints that they violated in- Christian Conference by Negroes and businessmen. -
Leadership
:officer said his legal staff was
said the ,Commu-
torney general.One Messages backed Malaysian Federation of;junctions ordering''' service to The United States has held
*working to present to the 1965 nist-backed rebels struck Friday i which has been directing integration -
suggestion was to give Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Negroes without interference.The .
Legislature a broad program of the power to the governor, an from the northwest but successful Rahman. activities at St. Augus- Attempts by Negroes to eat in presidential elections every four
'improvements to the election officer who cannot seek rc-elec- defense by Congolese forces operators of Palms Con- tine, said Negroes were servedat four restaurants brought three years since 1788. The electoralvote
..code. tion. The governor would helped restore calm to the city. Although Sukarno last March gress Inn, William Chew and the restaurant but refused refusals Friday. for George Washington,
: Some of the problem he listed a three-member committee appoint --Panic had been reported and said "to hell with aid," American Johnnie Chew; and Charles rooms at Palms Congress Inn. Negroes who went to the' who had no opposition, totaled

,-were these: charged with guarding the most Europeans still in the city congressional action to halt Lance, identified in an affidavitas The offense for which Lance places reported one owner 69. The popular vote for him is
> Under the election code each election code and ensuring that Fled into neighboring Rwanda the stream which has poured a member of the Ancient was being hailed into court was claimed he wasn't in interstate I not known. In 1960, 68,838,979
candidate must take an oath candidates abide by it. Republic. $700 million into Indonesia since City Hunting Club, were or- not explained. commerce and didn't have to,Americans voted for president.
:that he has not violated an elec- --
There were no fresh reports
Even that
provides major
:tion law. A false oath is perjury
Kikwit in the
-Carrying a maximum penalty of problems.One from western Ot'AHnTY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 19TH ,,.,,..,.., ..,,.,...... ......w...........................
violation province of Kwilu, where Peking
major of the
_
in prison. The candidate wIsw.ax*T0tt. MC.-eorrrsiry-
::20 years
trained Pierre Mulele'srebel
code is campaigning for an office ,
can lose the office heought. MINUTE MAID FROZEN ORANGE S AV
warriors last were reported
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without being an announced
candidate. within 20 miles of the city. 3 51 :::1 -
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A would-be candidate can Reports said Mulele, who fos
:has
file
to complaint.
a tered the recent uprisings in the i"
Anyone may file a complaint, campaign legally by prefacing FROST QUEEN OR PAC FRESH FROZEN STRAWso EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND BRICK ;;
.but citizen is either campaign promises with the eastern Congo had about 2,000 10-0L
the
:unaware average of violations or is not phrase, "If I were candidate.." men in the Kwilu area. Berries. .5 51! Sausage !B. 591 j

COncerned enough to complain. Everybody gets the idea. And Premier Moise Tshombe, in
the candidate is not under the warned the Congo MERI-DEAN FROZEN RASP- 50 EXTRA '
Z Losing candidates don't com- Leopoldville STAMPS WITH TARNOW REG. 59* jiii
plain for three reasons: TheyCotintians restrictions of filing campaign Republic (Brazzaville) govern-
contributions and expenditures. ment Saturday his government Berries. '. 51 Wieners LB. 49* : 'iX
I Additionally is not restricted would be forced to take "mea-

:4 to spending money on 'per- sures of extreme necessity" un-' TROPICAL GRAPE 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK-QUIK PEPPER ....... R
: sonal travel and incidental expenses less Brazzaville stopped aidingthe ,. R, ri D STOR Mn:
''- before the official quali- rebels. I Jelly. 2' 39x Steaks 10 .891NOBODY _

| End Course fying. The Congolese army recently!
Another violation is
frequent
rebel invasion
repulsed a ,
in the reporting of campaign launched from a camp at Gam- Saves You. .ore Than. WINK-DIXIE

: In Alcoholics contributions and expenditures.The boma in Brazzaville territory.
reports are not always on Grade "A" FrozenFY1R
Across the two-mile wide Con- Quick
time. Some are omitted entire-
: TAMPA Four Alachua go River in Brazzaville, Presi-
'County residents received certificates ly.The dent Alphonse Massamba-Debat
final report, due 15 days REGULAR
last week at the conclusion accused Tshombe's government: -
after the election is late more I
L. Buckler of to engineer an armed
': of the Raymond trying
often than it is on time. There's
School of Alcohol Studies at a good reason for this. uprising to overthrow his gov-:

,:the University of South Florida. Bills are not always submittedin ernment.M .

: Alachua County residents at- time to be paid within the 15- a s s a m b a-Debat said A POUND .
'-tending the School were Mrs. day time limit set by the state. Tshombe:; wants to create a con-.

,;'lEmily S. Maclaehlan, instructor -Sometimes, campaign bills are flict between the two Congos,
Sociology and Social not paid for several weeks afteran but then said he was not angry
,Science, University of Florida: election, delaying the final with Tshombe because it is not .
makes the BUY ONLY THE PARTS
really Tshombe who BRI1
;!Ben E. North Probation & Pa- report.
role Commission: Thomas F.; With eight months left before decisions. Massamba Debat YOU;' LIKE. FULL

:Kannaday, Jr., student, U of'F; the 1965 Legislature convenes in did not name the decision- BREAST' INCLUDINGRIBS

'and Bill Allen, Assistant State April Adams was not ready to maker. TASTY THIGHS ;
.4-H Club Agent, Agricultural release any of the suggestions The left-leaning Brazzaville OR DRUMSTICKS.
'Extension Service, University recommended by his legal staff. government has harbored exiled
'of Florida. Presumably, the recommendaons -, politicians from Leopoldville
will be presented to the who with Chinese Communist DRUMSTICKS THIGHS LB.
.- More than 160 professional interim committee: backing are actively supporting .
legislative
:persons and community leaders studying'election laws. armed revolts in the Congo.
"from all parts of the state at-
REG. 21 DIXIE DAL>NG RYE
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.of" alcoholism.. ATTENTION: SAFE DRIVERS! REG. 49* APPLEDelights'a39 TOP 39
The School was designed to LB. i
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:the problem. It was sponsored II FOR LESS THAN THE COST OF A COKEA ., .
"by: the Florida Alcoholic Reha- STAIIPS .
;.bilita the state I DAY YOU CAN HAVE THIS
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-agency on charged program with '''working I: .. .- upmpER Li;, ,. -< ...::<. 1Th'fL K f 1f 2{ ., w

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LONDON (AP) Hollywood AT AIM WtMH-MXtt
>actress Ruta Lee and her 85- Gold Key Auto Policy is backed GOLD

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-: are on their way to the United fast fair national claims service. KEY TOP VALUE STAMPS '
States from Russia. Get all the money saving facts and :COUPON AMD PUUCMASi 0* R I
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4 Injured Smokey. Say: I New Tactic for MedicareWASHINGTON II S'I.'J' SPORTSWEAR DEPT.


In Crash 1 f,
JpLEASE. ONLY YOU CAN (AP) The] Mexico, one of the foremost The administration had been I PARKING IS NEVER A PROBLEM. '
[PREVENT FOREST FIRES! administration is trying a new among Senate Democrats pressing pushing the King-Anderson proposal .
At FREE ONE HOUR PARKING AT REAR OF OUR STORE. .. .
a Williston tactic to get a health care for for health care under the in the Senate Finance
.
the elderly program through Social Security system. Committee as an amendment to
One man was hospitalized and Congress this year. I The plan would give'Social Se- a House-passed bill that would'I THE CAMPUS LOOK FOR 64 -.

three persons received minor Apparently with White House curity beneficiaries a choice be- increase Social Security benefitsby
Injuries in a near head-- 'on blessing, four key Democratic tween a $7 a month increase in 5 per cent. i
't collision on U.S. 27 in Williston d senators introduced an optional cash benefits, or a $2 increase The committee wound up its Sportswear in the spirit of campus living. All the-.
program Friday and sent it toward health similar the
plus a care plan public hearings on measure
Friday night, the Florida High- r a floor showdown, perhapsthis to the administration-backed Friday and begins voting on favorite labels that could brighten coed's ward- I
way Patrol reported. week King-Anderson Monday.
The University of Florida i7iI i- The measure was introducedby proposal. provisions robe "First Names in FashionLondon Fog.,* .

Medical Center Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff, D- .
reported
Charles Conn.,former secretary wel- Harburt Country Set, Evan-Piconery Lady Man;
Barley, 29, of,Williston,
(
.. Won't you be,extra careful? fare, after a meeting in Democratic
undergoing intensive care in leader Mike Mansfield's hattan Garland Norman Davidson Davey'sCountry /
J fair condition last night. Trooper office with White House aides.
i We do
.*' Henry Aderholt said he re- Significantly, .the measurewas expert Shirt, Yankee Pedlar, Tracy Shirt i jusfto

ceived three Satellite cosponsored by Mansfield '
compound fractures
assistant leader Hubert H. Hum- Picture FramingAll name a few. -
| of the.left leg. phrey of Minnesota and Sen.

.. Treated and released at Wilt Clinton
Launch Is P. Anderson of New
t listen Hospital were Dan Stevens Sizes ir .y
.''I 36, Miles Allen Mixon 28, Porcupines have an insatiable Mats Non-Glare
a passenger in the Steven's car,' DelayedCAPE craving for salt. The prickly an- Portrait GlassHeathls YOU'RE OFF TO A DAZZLING -
and Mixon's four-year-old son. imals often break into homes .1' .'
Stevens is from Williston and and summer cottages to c h ew House of Color START this fall -"
KENNEDY (APA '
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... Mixon- from Reddick. faulty electrical connection Sat furniture or clothing or any- 523 W. University Ave. FR 6-1206 I in rich corduroy by Country -
Trooper Aderholt said Barley thing that may have been touch-
was traveling west in a Volks- urday forced a one-day postpone ed by human hands and be- II- Set. Bark-colored -

wagen bus on the wrong side ment, until Wednesday, of an attempt come impregnated with salt skirts and top look great :
of U.S. 27, a four-lane highway, to launch the Syncom 3 from perspiration. e i'4 t
e. with matching exclusive -
in Williston. Communications Satellite.
Stevens was headed east in I ; acorn print blouse. Sizes
a "
The satellite is to be rocketedinto .
pickup truck on the side : i
proper I 3-15.
of the road. Since Stevens was a stationary orbit 22,300 BUY ,1 ...yf
en the Inside lane and Barleyon miles above the Pacific Ocean .

the outside, Stevens appa where it would be in position to Blouse . $6.50 '
rently felt he could get pas t, televise to the United States the
Trooper Aderholt,said, but l ar- October Olympic games in Ja VARIEfifITORE Full Skirt .$11.98 "
f ley's bus veered into Stevens as
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people trying to rally in Times "The May 2Movement", for the 9V
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30 arrests were made, as
spectators taunted the group of Times Square since the springof y / with this smart raincoat by

;about- _250. rested 1962 when while 42 protesting persons were the late ar \ t t Country Set! Waterrepellentbarkcolored ; _.
Officers carried or dragged .
several demonstrators to police I decision President John resume F.nuclear Kennedy'sto test plush corduroy fully s .x.
vans-including one young woman -
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Police told the group that no ; /
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The' Battle of-- Gainesville lCtmtEoed l-1 W $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ : -w!



( 1'roiD:Page 1)) the Florida Rail Road and a ed a large amount of Cenfeder- dispatched by McCormick to locate at Gainesville, was about 275.

About three miles south of quantity of Confederate com- ate goods, and had easily driven Dickison inform him of Both sides reported the other as Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast I

Baldwin he crossed the 'tracks missary stores, the party re- the troops of the enemy before the movement, and join his being ,much larger, but they
and sumed the march south, goingby him in the one brief encounterhe command. Rou left on this mission were about equal in size. I
proceeded soutfrat- '
distance quite ,a, way of'Santa Fe Lake. Be- had on entering Gainesville. the night of August 15th I
east of the Dismounting all of his force
F' Around 3 p.m., Noble recrossed railway. lieving the Santa Fe River to Things had gone very well ,in- and found Dickison at Camp except one platoon, Dickison Week's GAINESVILLE SUN PRIXEWORD CONTEST RULES

f the tracks be unfordable, Harris passed deed.It Baker sometime during the,dayof his in a line qf 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE U $400.
deployed men
; destroyed about one- along the east side of the lake August 16th. if no correct solution Is reached In this Sundays puzzle, the weekly prize win
u half ,mile of railroad, moved soon was to change. At 7a.m battle that ran from east to remain constant, at $400. until solved. -
and' then turned west on the PrizetvordExplanations 2. It the winning entrant hes been a home-delivered/ subscriber to The Sun
the officer of the At the time of Rou's arrival
If south on the rearguard west drove in the Union -pickets It tt ..
west side of the fcr tile preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. more -i. .
1 k tracksyand camped at Sundown I Gainesville Palatka Road in picket south of town re- Dickison had at Camp Baker and moved on to Gaines- te ore divided correct puzzle l I'them.received from home-delivered subscribers the bonus *f fl|

*> at Trail Ridge approximately the direction of Gainesville. ported the enemy rapidly ap- with him 130 of his own men, ville. ''The disposition of his 3. The Sun among will pay at least $:S each week tor the correctly aohrsd PitlZE.
proaching from the south in 40 men of the 5th Florida Cavalry WORD PUZZLE if more than one correct solution to a week's pun' Is received .
,{ where Lawtey is today. Fearing the possible destruction force wasThe' detachment of the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct
'1 : At.'TraU Ridge Noble found of the bridge over Prarie heavy, force. This force was Battalion, under Captain Mc-,Captain Rou was on the left solution. -

Colonel Creek, Harris marched all day commanded by Capt. J. J. Elvey and about 90 new in- (west) flank, to his right was CLUES ACROSS 4. Solve the clue as you would any crouword puzzle. Determine from each
Harris' cavalry force. clue tie word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
Harris:told him of his activitiesat and night in order to be ableto Dickison of the C.S.A. i fantry recruits. under the com- the platoon of Lt. W. H.. Mc- or use a gOOd. exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise w iota.
{f mand of a Colonel Earle staff sale' reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest ks based on skill. The
use the bridge before it couldbe When the Union raid started Cardell of H., to his
New Company 3. ALLOTS not allows. The decision of the
River Ford and then MiltonAt precise fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
TV left at dusk for Starke. At daylight destroyed. His force arrivedat on August 15, Captain Dickisonand officer of Governor right was the platoon of Lt. H. attitude of mind reflectedby agree property to, of accept the Gainesville this decision Publishing as a condition Company of and entry.none All can entries Se returned.become the

\ ,on the 16th Noble Gainesville at 6:30: a.m. on the men of Company H., 9 pjn., Dickison started the C. Dozier of Company H., (this "just so much" suits AL-
recross- ,
5.
'l ed the railway and resumed his August 17, 1864. During the 2nd Florida Cavalry, were at infantry recruits on the road to position was approximately the LOTS more aptly than allows. families Anyone may except en er this employes contest.of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their

'* course of his raid, Harris had Camp Baker about two miles Gainesville (they didn't arrivein center of the line), to the rightof 5. After
.
march. From this point on he I YOU have filled In the Puzzle paste It on the bade of a fourcentpostcard.
( collected around 200 slaves, sev- south of Waldo. It .was here i time to participate in the bat- Dozier were the men of the 6. SAILING not failing or wail- Mail' It from a Florida' postotfico tit Prizeword Pete. Gainesville Sun,
was never west of the Florida eral and 40 horses and 'that Capt. Sam Rou with 80 tle) and took his Mc- ing. The clue suggests that P. .0. Box s7' Gainesville. Florida or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Circu
Rail 'Road. wagons, cavalry forcein 5th Florida under Captain lation Department Office 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible for the
mules. The bulk of this number men of the 2nd Florida Cavalryand pursuit of Harris. Dickison Elvey, to his right was the Florida "parents" may, on the other prize,.t must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednesday -
The the 16th h .Jiml .We are not responsible for entries lost or delayed In the malls.
night of e had been taken in a raid on one howitzer from Abells rode all night.stopping at day- Militia group under Cap hand, approve. SAILING is, Entries > In envelopes cannot be accepted.

camped at the fork of the,Sand the Edward Lewis plantationnear Artillery Battery, commandedby light at the Lewis plantation, tain Owens, and on the far therefore, better than failing or 7. Ttlere can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
Hill Lake Road and the Middleburg' Newnans Lake. Lt. Jeff Bruton, arrived to and arriving at Gainesville right (east) flank was the wailing. Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest.

Starke Road, near Kingsleys'Pond. Gaines- inform Dickison of the movement around 8 a.m. Along this line mounted platoon of Lt. W. J. 7. WINE not wife. As phrased /. 1. copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
arrival ,
his at Circulation
On the night of the Upon Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville
ville, Colonel Harris made his of enemy troops. of march, Captain Dickinson McEaddy of Company H. T h e the clue is most apt of something Fia. during regular office hours

17th.he camped at the junctionof first contact with Confederate The movement had been de- had been joined by Capt. W. A. artillery piece was in the rear you might go out and '. Winners' W any, and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
the Sand Hill Lake Road and tected by scouts of Lt. PUZZLE will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In next
troops; about seventy membersof Col. A. Owens with a group of 15 men of the line of battle. buy. One does not judge wivesin Sunday's Gainesville Sun.
the
Bellamy Road, near the H. McCormick, commander of of the Florida Militia. The total terms of their "merits as
commanded ,
Militia
head of the Sante Fe River. The the Florida 10. The GameiTlll Sun reserve the rfckt to correct
the any typo r PWcal
2nd Florida Battle of
by Judge Thomas F. King. Cavalry Regi- number of officers and men in (Tomorrow:.. The suggested. Wire is too vague. errors or any o'"elM.er'J..th1cta may appear in any published material
next night, August 18, 1864, Noble i. cttiaection with :
ment. Rou's party had been Dickison's command on arrival Gainesville August 17, 1864)IT'S ) .
was camped on the Bellamy The Confederate troops rapidlywere IL. 8. CHANGES not chances'Certain .

a Road immediately nor t h of driven from the town. Hav- ---- CHANGES may be the Puzzle No. 31
I Lake Lake John- ing been on the move for al- to act "
Georges (now EASY TO GET signal yes. Every
son). Noble completed his most 24 hours, Harris had the chance can be viewed as a "sig Clip and
Paste on a 4c Postcard
march on the 19th of August, cooks make coffee and stoppedfor nal to act."

arriving at Magnolia around a rest. BETTER GRADES :
13. TEAK not team.c'In
6:30: p.m. He assigned the different I M I 15RJSN[
TEAK, yes; but, rather, "in"the
In the course of the march, parts of the command to var-: team's play. 7 9
Colonel Noble had collected ious positions in the town, had IN SCHOOLUSE l0 80P T EEA

about seventy-five contrabands, the men slip bridles and feed 20. ODD not old. It is really a $ E Eu

a few horses and wagons, and the horses, and after orderingthat question of an "ODD concoction -

near Waldo had burned 4,000 the men keep their ac- A WOLLENSAK OR REVERE ," or one made to an old AT\G El3
pounds' of cotton at the planta- counterments on them, permitted recipe: it would not be old asa _
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tion of a Dr. 'McRae and destroyed the command to rest. "concoction. -J

the gin and 20,000 The disposition of the troops TAPE RECORDER 22. S C R EMlING not stream- l I PLA I

pounds of cotton at the planta under the command of Colonel I ing. Having a common aim, the

tion of Thomas P. Boulware. Harris was: The 4th Massachusetts i $9900 Up I"young I fans" would hardly be 11 ELL L 1 0oA

Had the march of Colonel Cavalry was near the cen- I"streaming all over the place."

Noble been intended as a raid, ter of town just south of the GAINESVILLE'S DIRECT FACTORY DEALER I SCREAMING is more to the OL T MAG

it could-be-counted high sue- Courthouse Square. The 3rd. I I point. zi 24-
R 0 \ E
.* cess. He had destroyed Con- Rhode Island Artillery, with. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND MOST I

federate:property, collected wagons their one howitzer, was southof 23. SONG not sons. For sons, I E A \ gIN 0
I been
horses and Negroes, and them. And the 75th Ohio was I COMPLETE TAPE RECORDER DEALER j:"successful" would have

_. avoided encounter with south of the artillery along the the common terminology. INI I L
any WOLLENSAK REVERE FACTORY SERVICE STATION success" for a SONG is fully
I
Rail Road.H
troopsot-the--ene grade of the Florida I '
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apt. L E D;
arris had placed pickets, :
f This however, was not his assignment COMPLETE ASSORTMENT TAPE & ACCESSORIESCOUCH'S i I
mounted and dismounted all BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE
on 1964
: .-He- was supposed to CLUES DOWN
sides of the town. i
.: provide screen for the movements 608 If you are not now a home-delivered subscriber
'.Df 'Colonel. Harris; Unfortunately To this point the expedition SVILLEFLA. II IIN 11. CASH not rash. CASH is an I and would like to have The Sun

for-Colonel Harris, of Colonel Harris had gone well. IN ''all-inclusive answer. It is of lit- started home-delivered please check box. Extra Bonus for
subscribers. See Rule No. 2
t his failure to .carry out this He had a collection of contra- 'I'tie real significance to "the auditors '

assignment contributed greatly ,bands and mounts, had destroy-, I : whether the "transactions" Name

J to the. disaster that.occurred in are rash or not, just so

/ Gainesville.The. a long as they show up in the Street Number
bookkeeping, as I Mall to: Prlsewerd Contest
"company's"
The. fo'Ut'"companies' of the The Gainesville Sun

I "Pennsylvania Volunteers required. Box 57 Gainesville Fla.

carried-out their orders '"
2. B L I N D not bland. "Such

.r without-mishap. They burned i; ... ---, .. -- outbursts," while "hardly typi- City State Phone
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Baldwin! alter,the infantry and ... cal of BLIND men," do not ex-

cavalry forces had left, threatened ... :- ist at all in "bland men," as Prizeword Pete
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Confederates ;. I "such."
direction-.of Cedar Creek, and t
retired-On Jacksonville. From I 4. LAWS not lawn. Since thereis

I there they boarded gunboats ont no real question of actually, CLUES ACROSS:

with s / ."riding roughshod over" a lawn,
and together .
August ,
.' .... .'. .. 1. Is quite easily recognizable to many a woman.
the clue must be taken meta-

t Saint General await Johns the Hatch returning River, went to troops.Palatka down the to I, PJ---J! ? "_ _:1 : 'I"r- ::. suits phorically LAWS, in better.which sense it 7.4. Appraising A large number the of value copies of may any originate particular from-one.is a job for

an expert.

The cavalry force, commanded F ;: :-wi ::,;.. '"j 5. SHELLING not spell- 10. To be seen from an upper story window would surely
x ".m
by Colonel Harris, left : ing. Good spelling is simply cause a passer-by to wonder what's going on.

\I Baldwin at daylight on the ... ; ,3 ;llf" : ; : correct; there need be no i 11. You may feel faintly irritated, if at a dinner function it's

i morning of August 15th, as or- "II'I_ ." question of degrees of "accur I not entirely to your liking.

dered. It consisted of 173 officers / / 7' j ..14 acy," as with SHELLING. 12. A patient's distracted might convey something to a
of the 75th Ohio
and men > psychiatrist. "
't" 4' 8. CAPTIOUS not cautious. As .
Mounted Infantry and 12 men 15. Interweave or braid.
1t0'" clue
the
suggests
of the 3rd Rhode Island Artillery phrased, "a be" 17. There may be things that, in conscience, a man realizes
something man
Light Battery A., with one tempted to be, favoring may CAP- especially he cannot. .
twelve. ,- pound howitzer. i 18. The end of a -may come as a disappointment.
TIOUS (defined as: "quick to
19. Unit Of electromotive force.
Baldwin
Moving southwest from *- !find fault; quibbling"). "A man
the party reached the New r.s !may be conscious of weakness"in 20. An unusually big might have a dramatic effect on

Ford west of Trail Ridge, market prices.
River "being cautious, rather thanof
captured the picket and destroyed "a weakness for being cau- 22. It could be annoying if, due to the wind, an important

a' small fort located there. tious." letter-out of the open window.

. Having accomplished this they I 27. Even the worthiest. of are sometimes frowned upon

went to Trail Ridge where they, 10. CAPS not cape. CAPS is the generally.

arrived about 6 p.m. on August __i- stronger answer for the clue
I S- words, "on occasion," that is CLUES DOWN:
15th.It. .. .
soiled. A -
Har- k when they get cycling
that
was at this point 1. Measure of distance.
be
for
cape, example, may
ris encountered Noble's infantry! of the kind that never needs 2. If romantic, might inspire a poem.
when they arrived at sundown.! 3. Nice and
cleaning, let alone "be sent to tidy.
Colonel Harris added 15 men of!! be cleaned." 5. It wouldn't be unlike a cat to prefer a pile of to

the 75th Ohio that had been \. go to sleep on.

with Colonel Noble to his force II \ a -... S ,_ Js5 11. MASTERS not mastery. The 6. Naturally it can be very hot.

and moved for Starke. He arriv- :phrase, "associated with," superfluous 8. You can do so with a spade.

ed at Starke at 2:30 am. on I .'. for mastery favors 9. A fire you can't can hardly be a worthwhile one.
August 16th. Awaiting him were MASTERS. 13. Autumn.

89 officers and men of the 4th 14. It's possible because of war wounds that a veteran's -
Massachusetts Cavalry. This \ 17. HOGS not dogs. While "a isn't all that it was.

latter party had moved as or- bit of exercise" is advisable for 16. In northern areas, a man without snowshoes might have

dered from Magnolia by way of' HOGS, dogs need "a" good deal difficulty> in getting.

Middleburg. to the junction with r f "of exercise." Thus, HOGS is 21. Outer covering of an orange, for instance.
Harris at Starke.In !I \, S better suited to the clue word, 23. Be defeated.

addition to the men of the' "recommended." 24. The natural state of most animals.

4th 'Massachusetts, the Harris 25. Consumed as food.
19. HIT not fit. "When HIT a
at .
expeditipn was also joined 26. It's a container. -
man will likely be" angry, i.e.,
this point 'With by twelve these additions"loyal"Floridians *- % ) i p.LY' "ready for a fight." On the oth-

. er hand, there is no obvious
total
Colonel Harris' command
connection between "a fit man,"
officers and men. They
ed 303 in a general sense, and the ideaof
until 7:30
in Starke
f camped 16th. THE WORLD'S; FINEST USED CARS ARE BUILT BY CADILLAC.To "fighting," regardless of
ajn., August whether the "man" is "nasty" FREE WORD LIST
After destroying six cars on
or not. .
prove our point, we offer as evidence the three Cadillacs that are only now being offered on other THIS -LIST CONTAINS AMONG OTHERS, THE
Cadillacs shown above. cars. This is a major reason why a Cadillac retains Solution Last Week'sPuzzle

Reds Agree From top to bottom in our illustration are a 1960 its value through the years, from buyer to buyer. CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD

Sedan de Ville a 1962 Coupe de Ville and a 1963 Sixty Another thing to consider. Cadillac owners lavish

To Laos Talks Special. Each is unmistakably Cadillac. Each, regard- the most meticulous care on the cars they are so proudto C A L Li OIT SSiAIL PUZZLE

less of vintage, will have special appeal to the man own. The "car of cars" almost always receives : : I.N1G A HIS AIDE FEED LEAPING RUGS
VIENTIANE Laos, (AP) who desires the comfort, convenience and pride of regular maintenance and servicing by highly skilled I E WINE ATE FEEL LEAVING SEAT
Communist Pathet Lao BEARING FELL LOSE SELL
The
pro ownership that only Cadillac can offer. and carefully trained mechanics.
notified the neutralist CuH6AuNIG EiS S LA BEAT FLEW MEAT SIDE
ment Saturday it agrees govern-to a That's why thousands of wise car buyers favor a Your authorized Cadillac dealer's selection of one- D B COIL BLEW HEARING MILE SOME
previously owned Cadillac cars of other makes. models has before been BOOK HEAT MINK STARE
over new owner never so appealing.And he ''P M N'O'ME AITIE
Paris to
meeting in on Aug24 BOOM HIDE MINT STATE
seek a solution to the crisis in First of all, they realize that Cadillac engineering is can probably match one of these fine cars to your budget. AlK N IN$ BOX HOME NEAT STEAK
Laos. so far advanced that "newness" becomes a relative Who knows? Your used Cadillac could possibly be ME'N'D S G CROP I IDEAL PEAT STEAM

The meeting would be of lead-' term. In fact, there are features found on late model the "newest" car you've ever owned! JOIAilIH HU DRESS DIG IDEAS INTENTIONS PEEL PLAT TELL TRESS

ers of the neutralist, rightist MORE TEMPTING THAN EVER-AND JUST WAIT TILl YOU DRIVE IT-SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER E H oloiS'CIRIEiAIM111NG DROP INVENTIONS PRESS VOLT
and leftist factions in Laos. 0S FALL JELL RAGS WILD
i FEAT LEADING RIDE YELL
Paris was suggested last week P T ONG LEANING .

by Pathet Lao leader Prince

Souphanouvong.Phouma, the Prince neutralist Souvanna B&G MOTOR CO. Inc. -I. did) (fo (bib

premier, had suggested Aug. 24 ;;; :::::- $ L L L L Lqjqjpcpi
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

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GOP Wants FOLLOWING

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$13 Million The Campaign JOHN CHADWICK presidential nominee, were In| Other Cabinet members art
I
full control. liberally sprinkled through the
WASHINGTON (AP) The I The Democratic Platform list of witnesses for subsequentdays
WASHINGTON (AP) Re- Burch said his million chairman of the Democratic
I $20 Committee will start its hear- foreshadowing abundant
publican chairmen from across guess on the Johnson campaignwas ''Almost GoldwaterTo platform drafters predicted Sat- ings here Monday morning, a ;testimony extolling the record
the nation got their marching based upon figures given Johnson urday the committee will turn week in advance of the national of the Democratic administration -

orders for the presidential campaign the Republicans by advertising out a document bearing the LBJ convention in Atlantic City. during the past 3Vi years.

''-.., Saturday: Help raise agencies retained by the Gold- CampaignIn stamp without fighting any ma- Three days of hearings will be Albert struck this note in a 1
bout $13 million for the battle water forces. jor battles over civil rights or held here 'and two in Atlantic statement in which he said "the

to'telect Sen. Barry Goldwater; Burch said the Democrats are Endorses BobbyWASHINGTON other issues.' City. last four years have seen prom-

meet vote quotas for each of the spending about $4 million on tel Florida And Rep. Carl Albert of Ok- Albert, the House, Democratic ises fulfilled, programs assured,
nation's 185,000 precincts. lahoma also said pointedly he is leader, announced at a news and peace maintained."
heard from Goldwater evision spot announcements. He (AP) President -will get clearance in that quar WASHINGTON confident "it,will be a platform initial hear- "America is "
They said that is as much as the Re- (APRepublican conference that the moving again,
Johnson voiced "a written with
the party's presidential nominee very ter.If presidential nominee Bar- an awareness that ing will deal with foreign policy. he declared, adding that "We
publicans will spend on their en- high regard" for Atty. Gen. he gets the nomination, 1964 is in the second half of the
and fronTHep. William E. tire television effort ry Goldwater may make as Secretary of State Dean Rusk I are today translating four yearsof
accountingfor
"
Miller, his vice presidential run- one-third GOP Robert F. Kennedy on Saturday Kennedy obviously will receive many as,four campaign speeches Twentieth Century. will be the leadoff witness, followed -, momentum into plans and action -
of
ning mate, in closed sessions. nearly while disclaiming any intent to strong support from Johnson, in Florida this fall This was an obvious dig at the by United Nations Am- to create a great societyfor
spending. intervene in the selection of a who ruled the attorney generaland Republican platform adopted in bassador Adlai Stevenson and all Americans."
and finance -
State GOP chairmen behind closed I Burch said the Democrats Democratic' senatorial candidate other Cabinet members Tom'Fairfield Brown Florida San Francisco where the con- William Foster, director of the' He praised the "outstanding

doors to chiefs talk about met finances and have $7.5 million in the bank. in New York.In from consideration as a vice- GOP chairman, announced Friday -servative forces of Arizona Sen. Arms Control and Disarmament leadership" of President John-

"We're even, that's all," he what was read by many presidential candidate. that Goldwater and his run- Barry Goldwater, the GOP Agency.At I son and the late President Ken-
I
campaign strategy.to hush band of politicians as a back-handed en- Politicians generally feel the ning mate would probably make I another full committee session 'nedy and said that under their
Aides tried a said.Burch
fez-wearing Shriners, holding a also made these points: dorsement of the attorney gen- President would like to have the stops at Miami, Tampa, Orlando Monday afternoon, Secretary -guidance the last two Demo
convention in the same hotel, -Goldwater will travel the eral for the nomination, the opportunity in his own cam- and Jacksonville. GamblingTake of Defense Robert S. Mc-' cratic Congresses "have pro-
President praised Kennedy paigning to boost Kennedy as a Namara and for the duced solid achievements and
who paraded noisily through the nation in a chartered jet. The Brown said the details had not spokesmen
also highly for his public service in demonstration of his continuing been American Legion and other vet- written a record that is unsur-
are charteringa worked
Republicans and
corridors. out, it wasn'tknown
the Cabinet and counsel for political link with the family of Rises "
Republican National Chair- four-engine propjet for Miller/ as whether Goldwater and erans organizations will testify.NYLiberal passed.
the Senate rackets committee. his predecessor. And this would -
Dean Burch estimated the and for short' hops by Goldwater. Rep. William Miller R-N.Y. '
man ,
Johnson tend to take the sting out of his MIAMI (AP-Additional) '
told
will cost a news confer- the vice programs
Goldwater nominee
campaign presidential ,
decision against having the and more betting events
about two-thirds as much as the -Sen. Carl T. Curtis of Ne- ence: "I have worked closely will appear together. Party
general as a running
increase
with him and admire his attorney helped Florida's in-
$20 million he said the democrats braska and Rep. Robert H. Mi- per-
formance." mate. They might split up, with Miller -come from gambling to a rec-
plan to spend.He chel of Illinois will serve as a 1
said that would be roughly Republican "Truth Squad" Kennedy himself is reported i appearing at one city and ord last season, says the Flor- Will Back Bobby i
i Goldwater at the other. ida State Racing Commission.
$13 million, and much of it will trailing Johnson and his running shopping around for newspaper Negro Property I
be spent to buy television time mate to reply to Democratic backing as a preliminary to an Also announced was the appointment Attendance increased 13.9 per -
Burch said the national com- campaign statements. expected decision to plunge into In) Miss. Hit of William D. Paw- cent and betting at pari-mutuel NEW YORK (AP) Alex will not make the race withoutthe

mittee has set vote quotas for Nixon has promised to cam- the senatorial contest.He ley,.Miami industrialist and former .- windows, 11.6 per cent. The Rose, vice chairman of the "Liberal mayor's "express approval. -

each of the nation's precincts, paign for "at least five weeks has encountered generally! By Bomb Fire ambassador to Peru and state received 10.9 per cent party, says the party will ."
and that if they are met Gold- steady" for the GOP ticket. hostile reaction from New York Brazil, as chairman! in Florida. more compared with the 1962-63 support Atty. Gen. Robert F. I An authoritative Washington

water will win the White House. -Eisenhower has two dates, newspapers to his proposed can- MCCOMB, Miss. (AP ) A season, the commission's fig- Kennedy as Democratic candi- source said Kennedy had nof
circles said the
But he had no figure on the in Illinois and Oklahoma, and didacy on the grounds that his bomb exploded early Saturdayin Republican ures showed. date for New York's U.S. Senate :consulted President Johnson,
Cuban situation and Latin Amer-
vote quota or on residence in Virginia and his
total popular Burch hopes "he will accept front of a Negro grocery Attendance was 7,878,991 and seat and predicts Mayor RobertF. about any plans to run for the
ican
it would mean in electoral voting in Massachusetts would policy would be a likely I
what
considerably more than that"He make him store across the street from a topic for Goldwater in Florida. wagering $418,056,340, of which Wagner will endorse Kennedy -:I Senate. The source further said
votes. handed said the Republicans hope to in a "carpetbagger"candidate church where civil rights work- the state's share was $31,387,964. possibly next week. that Johnson feels it is entirelyup
State chairmen were use Eisenhower's campaign tal- The President New York. ers have been holding a free- In St. Petersburg, Rep. Each of the state's 67 counties : Rose said Friday that the Liberal to Kennedy and the people of

precinct Burch quotas said these at the were meeting.prep- ents in large cities. has not discussed the said New Kennedy York dom school here. Charles Holley, Republican can- got $234,000, while the general I! party, which usually gets New York.
be hand for I There didate for governor, expressed old assistance and about 400,000 votes, which could Dissenters to
ared by national cdttimittee aide -Miller will on situation with him. He said the were no injuries report- revenue, age Kennedy's candidacy -
Goldwater's campaign kickoffin pleasure at Goldwater's "realistic -state school funds received a swing an election, will back are not lacking. Rep.
the bas- selection of nominee
is :
Raymond Humphrey on a up to ed.At I
Ariz. 3. Gold- attitude toward Florida. similar amount. Kennedy if he is nominated at Samuel S. Stratton of Schenec-
is of precinct turnouts in past Prescott, Sept. state Democrats, adding that I Natchez, Miss., 65 miles
elections and the votes cast in water, in turn, may go to Lock- when a decision is made, "I am.northwest of McComb, a Negro Holley said he told the Ari- Knox Eldredge, supervisor of the State Democratic Conven- tady, an undeclared candidatefor
them for former President port, N.Y., to appear with Mil- sure that it will be a good one."'' tavern next door to a house used zona senator's staff at Hershey, racing who leaves Saturday to\\:tion Sept. 1. the seat held by RepublicanSen.
Dwight D. Elsenhower and for ler when the vice presidential Johnson's willingness to discuss -'I' by Student Nonviolent Coordi- Pa.: "Goldwater is going to take another position, said "We I Rose said he was basing pre- Kenneth B. Keating, has
Richard M. Nixon the 1960 nominee opens his campaignSept. the matter publicly was nating Committee members, carry Florida,.and if he can do are entitled to at least part of I dicted support by Wagner of the been busy rounding up convention -
nominee. 5. interpreted in some quarters as!burned to the ground late Fri- himself more good elsewhere, the credit for the increase. Aft- I'attorney general on an "educated delegates. He has said he

indicating that Kennedy is likely I day night after it had been then, by George, go there." er all, the commission allowedthe guess." will challenge any Kennedy

to get needed backing in New ripped by an explosion.The Holley said Goldwater's appearance extra days and extra Wagner, several hours after nomination in the courts on
Will Negro Vote York. FBI at Jackson, Miss., in Jacksonville ,would events." said he would make no decision grounds that he is not a New

Kennedy has said he will not confirmed the bombings and hurt his Democratic gubernatorial I He said the total handled was until he had seen Kennedy, York resident.
I seek the nomination without the said it was in touch with local opponent, Mayor Haydon $43,457,860 more than the pre- which he is expected to do next Kennedy resides in Virginiaand
support of Mayor Robert F. authorities in both cities.It Burns of that city. vious season. There were 51 ad- week. Wagner has said Kennedy votes in Massachusetts. He
Give LBJ Fla.? Wagner of New York City. was the fifth known racial 'There's a lot of support for ditional programs, plus such would make a good candidatebut Is expected to attend the Democratic
There are indications he has bombing in McComb within Goldwater in Jacksonville," Hol- features as the big Q and the has withheld formal en- National Convention as a
I'received some assurances he recent months. ley said. Twin Double. dorsement. Kennedy has said he delegate from the Bay State

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the whether the Negro determining Florida vote is goes going factor Republican to be in-the approximately qualified Negroes 80 per Pearson.cent to thepolls of I SAFE NOW DURING COX'S AUGUST. SALE!

to
according
or Democratic in November .
," said Rutledge Pearson. Mayor High, the liberal, lost -V*
Some political leaders agree the nomination. But returns I

with this assessment of the state from predominantly Negro pre- Famous MALDNE
president of the National Association cincts indicated he had received tl Quilted
for the Advancement of I nine out of ten of these votes.
Colored People and key leaderin ez
he and Robert
Pearson said
Florida's Negro voter registration -
Saunders, the NAACP state field

An estimated drive. total of 800,000to secretary, had joined forces I Set
1,000,000 Floridians are expected -with ministerial groups and WAIl. Luxury Q

to vote in the presidential -other organizations throughout
election. Statistics compiledlast the state for a drive to get a r

April by Tom Adams, secretary heavy Negro turnout in Novem- c
of state, showed that ber. i z

'.. 240,616 of the 2,224,626 registered Some Democratic leaders seea
,, voters then were Negroes. I possibility that the increased .. :..
nurnber had increased to 270,000 back into the Democratic col-
and fat, he and other registration umn for the first time since
leads hop edit would former President Harry S. Tru-
reach 3OOoO before the Oct. 1 man carried the state in 1948.

deadline for\egistering_ They note that Richard M.
An intensive jetoutthevote Nixon the 1960 Republican pres. LW "z. a x
effort before the May Democra- idential candidate, carried the

state by only 46,775 votes, or
Dixie Told 51.5 per cent of those cast

But Johnson must also receive

the; backing of Floridians who
Isn'tTop
Rights have voted Democratic in the

past elections. The consensus

Issue among them and among politi-
cal observers is that reactionto
the President's advocacy of 4 4 z
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,
,
Southern Democratic senators backlash against demonstrationsand f\\tjjjftw. Florida 'X .. A
sought Saturday to dampen Dix- continued Negro rioting in .
ie enthusiasm for Sen. Barry the North has alienated manyof R w
Goldwater because of the Re- 1 N Q tt Y ;
publican presidential nominee's these voters.Furthermore I N1 "b :

stand against the new civil the anti civil
rights law. rights sentiment has made it -k 'k

Sen. George Smathers of FlorIda difficult for prominent Democratic I \ C p
,
officeholders to campaignfor
cautioned against hasty con-
the national ticket.
party
clusions that Goldwater will car- ADNE Ai-r. z' ; Pfs
,While most of them are expected -
ry his state even though it went . ,
to fall in line and many already r
Republican in the past two pres- are working quietly for I '
idential elections. Smathers said 'Johnson, lukewarm and delayed (\ V CHOOSE FROMINJVERSPRING .zc
President is going to en-
any
: campaigning by them is
force the law and civil rights ; ( OR,
,blamed for past democratic defeats / ) ..
,
isn't the only issue. in this state. 4\ FOAM RUBBER
Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La.,
said that Goldwater's civil rights I "I think we have a real job, i
record really isn't what South- a tough job, ahead," said War-
erners would want it to be, any- ren M. Goodrich, the state Dem- Such Luxurious Comfort For So Little! c
way. ocratic chairman. "But we're r Twin or Full ?

Smathers said in a statementthat going to win." Seldom can you buy such a luxuriously comfortable mattress and box Size Innerspring 95 ?
Florida voters and those of Bill Gaggs, editor of the Mia- spring set for so little. You'll discover what true comfort is after a night's .
other Southern states will mi News, agreed. "If Johnson sleep on this luxuriously quilted sleep set. The inner-spring mattress has '. or 79
Twin
"weigh issues other than civil gets enough Negro votes and hidden buttons underneath the quilting to insure the stability of the 100% "'. Size Latex o
rights in making up their the whites who normally vote cotton felt--a feature usually found only on sets which cost twice as much .' Foam Rubber SET
minds." Democratic, the Democrats as this one--or, if you prefer foam, the foam mattress is made of 100%
"As much as we dislike this could win," he said. : latex rubber *v>t a synthetic or imitation. The box springs are body

bill," he said, "it is the law of Republican Party officials do balanced-having extra strong steel coils :n the center to provide years of FULL SIZE FOAM RUBBER 99.95 SET =
not question the assumption that z sagless use (the set is guaranteed for 10 years) Come in tomorrow and
the land. Furthermore, both can- all but a few negroes will back try it-you'll be glad you
didates, if elected President, the president As is true in most
have pledged its enforcement so other southern states since the did."F D

it seems to me pointless for any Goldwater'nomination, Republicans Northcentral urnlture City"
NO CARRYING CHARGE
American to base his vote solelyon ; have written off the Negro THREE FLOORS
this issue." vote. Florida's ON OUR 90 DAY PLAN 1001 Wonderful Buys i
He declared his belief that the This group has not voted for OF AUGUST OR. z
most important issue in the election -the Republican candidate in Z Largest I *irai 3

was the "maintenance of sometime," observed Tom Fair- Furniture Store SALE SAVINGS TAKE UP TO 36 MO. ::
this nation's prestige and res- field Brown, the state GOP
pect as the leader of the free chairman. "We are not at TO PAY 19 SE 1st AYE.

world while at the same time!the present time making any
keeping us out of a large seal effort to organize the Negro vote ow
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P THREE FACES OF PERCY BEARD-DEMONSTRATING AS COACH IN 1947; TODAY AS ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR; AND GIVING POINTERS TO STAR SPRINTER ELLIS GOODLOE, 1961





I 1 UF Track Coach Percy Beard Retires.,





Percy Beard, one of the hurdler who lost only dual meet door hurdles and 65meter in- Wood, J. (Papa) Hall, Don Andrews .

nation's most distinguishedtrack events during his career. door hurdles.His Bill Adams, Jim Cros-

coaches for almost three I Following graduation as a n first track team at flori- ier, Earl Poucher, Lincoln

decades announced Saturdayhis honor student in Engineering, da was in 1937 and his overall Knowles, George Penning-
rs. .x.. a a ?sK Beard ran four outdoor and :dual meet record since that ton, Dave Jones, Bumper Watson
retirement as head track five indoor seasons with the time is 68-42. He produced I John Hale Reed QUI n n,

rv coach at the University of Flo- New York Athletic Club and lost Southeastern Conference championship Jim Smith, Winfield Willis. El-

rida. only one indoor race during teams in 1953 and lie Goodloe and Archie Vickersof
w 'that time. 1956 and has had 40 individualSEC the 1950's; Tom Michels Ted
Beard presently performs the champions and nine relay Mealor, Charlie Oates, George
duties of gerneral manager of World RecordAt team champions. Leach, Pete Rowe, Ron Allen
the Athletic Association busi- the National AAU Meet in and John Hale, of the early
1931 he set the world record in Top Grads
ness manager of athletics, as- 60's.Beard
...;. the 120 yard high hurdles Great graduates of the Beard was one of the United
\ ... r sistant athletic director a nd (:14.2)). On a European tour I track program include Francis States coaches in the 1959 Pan-
teacher. He has been head
___ track coach at Florida since with the National AAU team he Kearney, Al Rayborn, Billy American Games is a memberof
set the world record in the 110- Richardson, Harold Stevenson the U.S. Olympic Track and
1936 and has of
v J- the nation's most compiled outstanding one meter high hurdles and by 1934 (all of the late 30's); Bill Field Committee which picks 1

records. held world records in the 110- Bunning Henry Gardner, Bill members of our Olympic track
t j meter high hurdles, 120-yard Atkinson Sam Commander, Le- team and is a recent inducteeof
"This decision has been extremely -i high hurdles the 70-yard in- roy Poucher, George Hills (all the United States Track Hallof
difficult," Beard said.: door hurdles, the 60-yard out'Veterans- of the 40's); Jim Griffin, Bill Fame.on .
"I have made it firmly believ-
ing I'm acting in the best in-

terests of the University because,

increasing administrative work Abound at End
and esponsibility have made

"" ,' it impossible to devote the required -
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Coaches Get Football Lowdown responsibility time to entailed the increasing in beinga For Gators This SeasonFirst

present day track coach."

:. Jim Niblack, head coach at Gainesville High, gives pointers to other city coaches as they prepare for to-

morrow's opening of 1964: football practice. L-R are Bob Cordell, Herley Manning, Wesley Dicks and Bob Director University Ray of Graves Florida Athletic said, ( In A Series) ....".,..".,.,.,. ,-,...,.,., u "-- ,... offense for the Gators. His
Erwin, all of GHS; John Christie, Westwood Junior High; Carl Cline, Howard Bishop Junior High;. and "Track at Florida, in this state Last season anybody who '\ sensational TD reception tied
Buddy Bales, Buchholz Junior High. (sun photo by Eddie Davis faintly resembled football .
a ,
and over the nation is losing a ;i. Mississippi State last year and
dedicated gentleman whose player had an excellent chanceto > f4 4H' his fumble recovery for a TD
coaching efforts have had a see action at end for the Uni- / / beat Georgia.

Gridders Set Drills profound effect on athletes who versity of Florida. 1''t --;.>
for have competed for him down This year all candidates had ; < Tough Vet
r
: < \ Another
tough veteran is Fort
through the years." better be ready for a spirited \ < .
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battle for postion and playing ': Lauderdale's Gary Thomas best
By JAMES RUSSELL week, but since Jerry is moving 'his first session at 4 p.m. tomorrow "With Reluctance" time, in the opinion of Gator : remembered for a key fumble
Sun Football Writer I we will have to make some and will have his. Graves added, "It is with Head Coach Ray Graves. P'A recovery which broke up .an
City Coaches Jim Niblack of adjustments in our defensive forces work out once a day in I great reluctance I have accept. "We had only ,one boy (Russ Alabama drive last Fall in, the

Gainesville High, Mike Gutierrez -. backfield." shorts for the first week. ed Coach Beard's retirement.I Brown) who had even played a J 10-6 Gator upset victory.
The ,Blue Wave will "We still undecided to too, realize the heavy load minute at this .
of P. K. Yonge and Jesse practice are as position a year Lake City's Randy Jackson,
z Heard of Lincoln will all hit the: from 7 to 9 a.m. and 5 to 7'p'm., when we will switch to two-a- he has shouldered in the administrative ago," says Graves. "As a consequence .. at 6-5, is a most capable pass
practice, fields tomorrow as' from Aug. 18 until school starts. day sessions," Heard said. end of the Divisionof many young boys were ..1 receiver. perhaps the best
The Terrier mentor said he Intercollegiate Athletics. thrown to the lions >>.... .d _
.. football, 1964 style, kicks off. but they will have an organization early and blocking end on the squad anda
All three will have hopes of meeting at 6 p.m. tomorrow would put his forces into full Under Coach Beard, Florida's learned[ in the process." J' boy to keep your eyes on this
duplicating last season's excellent The Wave will go into gear next Monday and switch track program has become one The 1964 Gators start out .r

records. And a look at their jobs on Aug- 24, and Gutierrezhas to two-a-day sessions sometimethat of the finest in the SEC, and with five veterans at end, all \ .. Fall.Other veterans In
are
spring games cave a hint there a game type scrimmageset : week. he is largely responsible for of whom are juniors. Headingthe -.. 1LA. "" .. juniors Paul Ewaldsen present(Savannah
may be more of the same in for Aug. 28 at Blue Wave I "We need to, that's for sure," building as complete a track list is Barry Brown, a S-3, BARRY BROWN Ga.), Lee Langley (Jack-
store this fall. Field. Heard said. "We will be tryingout physical plant as there is in the 217 pounder with ability and Top End sonville) and converted
quarter-
Gutierrez Is about lot of almost an eagerness for contact.
uncertain a new boys, nation.In .
in Class
GHS will compete most defensive backs can'tmatch back Kay Stephenson of Pens;
AA, Region III, where it won a final, public scrimmage the an entire new team. additon be the Offensive Threat ," Graves adds. "He I cola.
I originated:
week before the 64 campaign Heard said he would be try
the title last year and posted an begins. ing out new personnel chieflyin Florida Relays in 1939 and this Offensively, Gator coaches caught nine passes for 130 I Sophomores might have a difficult -

8-0-2 record. "Actually I haven't thoughtthat the line positions, as star annual attraction has grown to can't help but believe Charles yards last year and we expect time cracking this corpS
The PKY eleven was a ClassB far ahead, but if things go backs Ralph Brockington and become one of the top track Casey of Atlanta, Ga., e-2, 194 him to do much better this but given the best chance of
last season. It compiled events in the each and fast, will develop into time."
power as well as they did last year, Norman Anderson return to lend country one doing so are ace receiver Chip
f'<:'<*e BOBBY SHANTZ '- a 7-1-2 mark and won a bid we'll have such a scrimmage," strength there. year. of Florida's most outstanding Rugged Lynn Matthews of Hoye of Jacksonville Beach, defensive
to the Pine Tree Bowl in Perry. flankmen.[ Tampa is a 205-pounder who specialists Don Barr Il
I
Relief Help the PKY mentor said. Lincoln was second last yearin To Continue
Heard usually has a team Heard plans to issue equipment the Northern division of the "Plans "Casey has all the moves, excels defensively, but has (Vero Beach) and Neal Sneed
are for Coach Beardto "
that figures prominently in the at 3 p.m. today. He slates Negro Big Nine to Quincy. continue to manage the Florida great hands and speed which come up with some big plays I (Fort Lauderdale). r
Phillies picture for the State Negro grid
Buy I crown. Last year Heard had a Relays," said Graves. "In _
addition he will continue with
; ,
CUbs' Shantz'second typical in performance the northern, finishing divisionof Mets in Middle his many nation track committee FOR 8-1 VICTORY -

the Big Nine and compilinga assignments and counsel our I
"

For Bullpen GHS 7-1-2 record.starts practice tomorrow I II I track Graves program.added that Beard's Phillies. Romp Past Mets

while members of the Of Triple Playyear. retirement in no way signals a

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The 1964 Gunga Din B-squad will demphasis of track at Florida, -- r
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report next Monday. The 1963 : and a full time track coach will NEW YORK (AP) The National -. then pulled off a triple play fn trieved the err u.. peg and fired'

Philadelphia Phillies announced Gunga Dins had a0 record. I NEW YORK (AP) -The New They had executed one be hired in the near future.Beard's League leading Philadelphia the second inning and romped to one of his own past catcher

Saturday' they had bought veteran I "We plan to have practices York Mets, who made two .errors against Houston May 17. I Phillies scored six runs in: an 8-1 victory over the Mets Saturday Chris Cannizzaro. _

pitcher Bobby Shantz from twice a day and will probably ,' on one play in the first in- The Mets had muffed an apparent at Auburn track background began the first inning after New York,, night Two runs were in, and singles
the Chicago Cubs for cash and a have our first game type scrimmage ning, made three outs on one inning-ending double University made two errors The victory kept the Phillies' by former Met Frank Thomas
player to be named by Oct 15, Aug. 29," the GHS coach i swing of the bat in the second play in the first inning when where he. was an outstanding on one play,. lead at four games over the San and Ruben Amaro produced two

or additional cash in lieu of a said. inning as the National League both second baseman Ron Hunt Francisco Giants.At more before pitcher Ray Cuts! !
player. Niblack said Randy Sariokin! 'leading Philadelphia Phillies and first baseman Ed Krane P' : t the same time, the Mets wrapped up the scoring with a
a New Jersey transfer, hopesto pulled off the fourth triple playof threw became the first team eliminated two-run single.
pool and the Phil-
wildly
General Manager John Quinn join his grid forces. Sariokinis the season Saturday night. from pennant contention and
said Shantz who will be 39 on 5-10, 175-pounds, and won a I The Phillies tied a National lies responded by pushing across accomplished that two days earlier PHILADELPHIA NigM Came NEW YOIKahrkki

Sept: 26, was to report to the varsity letter at end while in League record by pulling off six runs. But in the sec- than last year. The Mets ohrfebiGonzalex
ond, the Mets mounted cf 5 1 1 a Klaus eb 3111
Phils in time for Saturdaynight's New Jersey. I their second triple-killing of theWos a coun have lost 82 games and cannot Allen 3b 21 1 I Hunt 2b 4111
ter-offensive. Wine 3b-ss 2. t 1 Kranepo'l lb 1111
The GHS coach said he will
game with the Mets at American LeafvoWM National LA.*.. finish at .500 or above. Callison rf J' t 0 Chrfpner rf 1131
New York. continue to play basically two- Chris Cannizzsro led off witha Lost Pct BehindB WM Last Pd. OvbvtoA M 31.- ., M 3111
tttmof* ....... n uL)4 ... Behind_ I The Phillies put the game out Hermsrn If 1111 Hlckman d 4 0 r 0Dalrympio
Philadelphia
platoon football CaldweU single and Roy McMillan followed -Chicago..70 47.913 .70 44 {l4 of reach before New York came c 41 I t Cannizzaro 41 ft
Shantz was acquired to give "We will probably have no New Y.rk..... U U 54 3''; San Francisco.._..47 4* ..571 4 Thomas lb 4 2 31 AtcMlUan u 2121
with double. At this Pittsburgh 42 52 .544J3t I led off 2b 3211 Smith .
a Los Angeles 41 5* .501 IJVi ..... to bat. Tony Gonzalez Taylor ph-ss 2. 0Amaro
added depth to' the National more than two boys who will ....... Cincinnati .4 54 IVi ss-3b 5111 Fisher p 2111
John Detroit 40 40 .500 1444MJMneta ........
point, Boozer replaced St. Louis 41 54 530 9V, with and Richie Allen
leaders' Records AceWos ......51 40 ,4tt U .... a single Culp pl' 1 2 Condor ph 1 111
League bullpen staff in play both ways, Niblack said. ...... Milwaukee .51 54 .50 12 Boozer 9 2111T.MI
starter Cleveland 44 43 M% It .
Ray Culp. Met pitcher Les Angeles _. 57 57 beat out a bunt. One out later,
.... .500 I] U 11 $
.
the final weeks' drive for the PKY coach Mite Gutierrez Boston 54 44 .15* 19YJ Chicago ......... S4 \tSl .474
said his forces have the Caldwell, a professor at Jack Fisher singled off Boozer'sglove Washington ?..._. AI n 1 27 Houston ...,..... M 40 .424 22 16'h Mets' starter Jack Fisher PMUdetpniONew ............... 493 tOt OGft-4)
Kama
pennant .potential _City 43 n J71 2t Vl .._.
the as a run scored, leaving New York .35 12 JJ9 3 V* walked Wes Covington filling Yarn ................. 1111061EHunt
University of Florida had
but must work to be a ,
Today Came
Shantz of baseball's runners on first and second.. Today Games the bases.
one winner. quite a thrill when he touredthe 2. KranepooL DP Phliabt.Ala .
Detroit (Wickersham W-f it Kansas city Milwaukee (Lary 3-3 and Ctonlnger 11-11)
smallest pitchers, returns to the The PKY boss said he had UF golf course yesterday.He Bobby Klaus then lashed a ((yDonoghue. 0-7) at Hawley San 107)Francisco. 2 (Perry a-t and Threw Wildly Thomas.( 2. Triple LOB Play- -Philadelphia Boozer. Amaro 4 Mew and

city where he enjoyed his great to alter his practice, plans because scored his first bole-in-one. liner back to Boozer, who New York (Siorttemyrt 1-1) at Baltimore Philadelphia (Manaffey 10-5) at New York Clay Dalrymple then lined to .York 7,
triumphs the mighty mite of Jerry> Snyder, a 1963 Caldwell who -was playing grabbed it, threw to Ruben Am- (Pappas 11-5) U. (Louis fttbanf(Simmons 0-1) lJ- and .Richardson second baseman Ron Hunt, who 39 2B--T ytof.Thomas Christopher, McMillan.
the Philadelphia? Athletics of the 'standout at defensive halfback, with his son, Walter, hit a .aro for an out at second and Los Angeles (D. Lee $-2) at Washington 2.1) It Las Angels (Keufax 1M and to double Covingtonoff IP M. ERBBSOCulp
(Narwn 7-I) Ortega 4-5). 2 attempted ... ..........1 3 1 1 t t
American League' before they is moving. seven iron into the cup on the fired, to first, where Frank Cleveland (Kralidc' 9-4 or McDowell *4) Cincinnati (Jay M) at Houston (Johnson first, for the final out of the Boozer W, 2 2 ... I 7. t t f
.shifted to Kansas City. He was a "Originally I had planned only 134'- yard Nc. 11 hole. .Thomas beat Fisher back to the at Minnesota (Grant 1-9) Pittsburgh 0-11). night(Friend 112 and Bias 4-7) Inning, but threw wildly. First Fisher Locke ...."U... .......1 7 t 1"I t I 2 J.'4
24-game winner in 1952. Chicago. (Norton" 7-7) ot Boston (Connolly at Chicago Jackson 14-11 and Slaughter Culp faced 2 men in id Inning.
one-a-day practices the first ,bag, completing the triple play. M). 2.3). 2 baseman Ed Kranepool re- T I JO. A 21.314.
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Strange CBS-Yankee Union Brings Disquietude ,



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JCtm fork itlmrx of the shennanigans of the American League president and the and reshuffling many sports programs to accommodate TV.

NEW YORK Baseball is supposed to be..entertainmentand New York Yankees. I can't understand the league office requesting The tail was beginning to wag the dog before it even owneda

the Columbia Broadcasting System is unmistakably; in such an important thing as this being settled, by little piece of poor Rover. Through C.B.S., it now owns a

the entertainment business. Hence the purchase of 80 per By telegram." Commissioner Ford Frick, as usual, knew nothing piece. Since it's the Yankees who are involved, the piece mightbe

cent of the stock in the Yankee baseball empire by C.B.S. about itBaseball considered the head, not that the standings of the team as /
'
could be accepted) as a 'proper and natural procedure. Yet, and all other sports have a :right to. be concerned of today would prove it. "j j

It could be considered that way. But it isn't f with television. It feeds them money with as much reckless 1 l

Instead, this strange union brings on feelings of disquietude. ArthurDaley prodigality as if the video business owned its own mint But Lode /
It means that the world of electronics has established its the price comes high. Untapped

strongest bridgehead ever on the'world of sports and this is don't exist and
These may be hobgoblins which now never
an industry with a history of expanding foothold without -
every Demolished BoxingTelevision will exist in the future. Yet an observer is impelled to envision -
.as much as one step backward.
them especially when the yet untapped lode of pax-
,
That's why there is so much alarm.in sports'circles at this
demolished boxing. It killed the minor leagues TV is hidden somewhere nearby. ;
latest move. Perhaps it : than capital
represents no more a
with its scorched earth policy. It simultaneously enrichesand this deal that produce
of
It's the possible ramifications
gains windfall for the already wealthy Yankee co-owners, ., ..
Dan Topping and Del Webb. It certainly'would be so regarded II ARmURDALEY. destroys. Only pro football, thanks to the wisdom of Commissioner such feelings of anxiety. It's true that baseball has changed ..
Bert Bell became its master instead of its servant Red Sox and Mrs.
the
of
further radically until only Tom Yawkey ,
without thought if the sale had been made to
by the simple expedient of blacking out all home games.It Charles Shipman Payson of the Mets and Phil Wrigley of
some other financial giant such as General Motors or United '
States Steel. the Yankees and C.B.S. had all the unhappy overtones of a is television which dictates so much including extra the Cubs are more interested in the sport than the money.

But C.B.S. is so irrevocably identified with feeding the bottomless shotgun wedding. The American League met in Chicago last time-outs in violation of long-established rules in order for The carpetbaggers and the quick-buck men have taken:overa

maw of its television screens that the reaction has Monday. Not a hint was dropped then of the impending the captive. viewers to hear "a message from our sponsor." game which once had true sportmen at the controls.

to be different. What keeps suspicion alive is the fact that nuptials four days later. Both leagues met in a joint sessionon It was only a few months ago that Tom Moore, the presi- Now the Yankees are owned by a corporation that 4is

most forms of sport are surefire video attractions and that Tuesday. Still nary a hint. On Friday telegrams seeking dent of the American Broadcasting Company, had the ef- gaited exclusively to producing entertainment. The baseball r

some offers have such magnetic appeal that they draw fantastically approval were sent to all owners by Joe Cronin, presidentof frontery to make the formal suggestion that the, big leaguescut phase of it is incidental. Even Walter O'Malley, money-mad.

high ratings. the American League. their schedules from 162 games to 60, playing only on though he is, still loves the Dodgers to the bottom of his

"It's a hell of a way to run a league," said an angry weekends. He said that baseball was a "tradition-bound in- warm, Irish heart. .

Unhappy OvertonesNor Arthur Allyn, owner of the White Sox, as he voted against it stitution" and added that it "needs adapting to more at- If this deal is a portent of the future, it is an ominous on;.

Charles O. (for owner) Finley of the Athletics the only tendance at games and greater television revenue." He also The dollar sign is beginning to obscure the standings. of the

are suspicions hilled by the fact that the marriage of other dissident characterized it as "another perfect example had some fancy ideas about expanding the football season teams.

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Snider Single .L Yankees Now Discussing I






Carries ..Giants*" / Club's Corporate Lineupinterest


Mt K. Furl Unrk QJimra; constitutes a legal mer- can League who has just t-alienated -
,
By Braves 8-7 NEW YORK The New York ger that is subject o the usual both the Chicago White J

SA ? Yankees, Inc., the most talked- ground rules. [Sox and Kansas City Athletics;

about third place team in Isn't all this pretty heady
1 a Senator Kenneth B. of
bAN'FRANCISCO (AP) ed'and one run in. Reliever I a baseball, are frequently called stuff that will require a legal Keating I

Duke Snider's pinch-single lathe Wade Blasingame walked Willie together by their manager be- wizard as the next commissioner New York, who is very strongin

eighth inning brought in the McCovey, forcing in a run. Cep- fore the first game of a seriesto antitrust matters and Judge

winning rim Saturday 'as''San eda cleared. the, bases with his :..::;.<.t&,,:, discuss the other team's of baseball? Robert Cannon of Milwaukee,

Francisco edged Milwaukee &fr double to right center. : ..! players. But it is rare that they .' Perhaps. The leading candi- who is the legal adviser for the

after blowing a six-run lead. The victory went to ,Billy 0'- are assembled by the general dates are considered to be Joe Major League Players Associa- -o,

Dell 5-5 the third Giant Cronin, president of the Ameri tion. r
'The victory moved the Giants : pitch- manager, as they were Fri-l

Stt games behind 'the'National en He. relieved Duffalo in the day, to discuss the club's corporate BIB...... 1

League-hading Philadelphia fourth after the two Braves' line up. I

Phillies, who played a night homers and held the Braves Putting aside for the momentthe 1

game at New York. scoreless on four hits in 51-3 in- gnawing question of whethereven SEARS

Sn1 tr'a single a soft liner to nings the Columbia Broadcasting

center followed a 410-foot triple MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO System can protect the Yankees

by Jim Hart that greeted Bob Sb1S II III abrkM s. from Brooks Robinson, a number
Mathews 2 2 2 Kuenn rf 5230
Sadowski, the fourth Milwaukee Cline cf 3110 JJktou rf 0000 of equally gnawing ques-
pitcher. Boiling Carty ph 2b 1000 1010 Mays Lanier 2b 4121 3100 tions about the sale of the Yan- .J

The Braves had erased a six- Aaron If-cf rf 4011 S 1 3 3 Cepedo Vlldlf Ib. 3102Mayo 4134 r- e- kees to C.B.S. persist.To "Factory Fresh" Fully Tested

Giant lead and moved ahead 4000 3b 4110 wit Since
run Torre c Hart :
F. Atou Ib-lf 4110 Crandall c 3 01 0 -_.."'_......_- ..._ ---- -----"" ...... -......... i.
7on two-run homers by Ed Monk ss 3100 Snider ph 1011 the Yankees are

Matthews and Henry Aaron in a Woodward alley ph 2b i 0 10 1 0 o OMJMou Halier pr cOO 0000 e 0 High Water Haven not in the same Analysis: ALLSTATEBatteries
five-run fourth inning. Olive p 1010 Pooan U :3110 league as "My What The
DalaHoz Ph I' 1 0 Herbel P 2. 0 0Fllch.r
2000 Fair Lady" as NewsMeans
Off Duff ale Btafeme p o 00000001 1 0' 0 P Fishermen patiently wait for fish to bite in a familiar sight beside Highway a money-maker,

/;Both homers. came off Jim 011v.r$1b2e01TMsh U MtT Totals 340120Milwaukee 441 when the water is high. The wait is usually worth while-bringing fish' in why did C..B. S. '

buffalo, who relieved starter ................ .., see OOO_j 7 the skillet. invest $11.2 million .
Ron Herbel in the fourth with Son PrwKioco ............. moioou-o in 80

two on, none out and the Giants Francisco E-Kuenn 2. .DP LOB Milwaukee-Milwaukee. 1.7, San San cent control with per the "package"

I leading 62. Francisco 20-Ctpeda.S. Maya. 3B-Hart.. HR-Ma- Yankees Smack Orioles (as they say on Madison Ave-I to Fit All Cars
,.A'run scored on two long out thews (17), Aaron (21) Capeda (22) SPagan. nue) to total $14 million within
field outs.;Then Mathews bit SF-Oliver.

his'17th fly;homer and Aaron's 21st Fischer Blaslngamo................11-3 IP 12-3'H 2 R 1 5 ER 1 5 BB 1 1 SO 1s 3 five C.B.S.years phrased? it this way ir l tlnnl1t ft'l n 1HU l tt ltH t L ttt l t tt\!

homer,, following a bunt 'single idowiki.L'-i':1= 2 1 ,1 0 0 On HRs Maris Linz announcing the purchase
by Ty Clint, put the Braves in .. by Sears Guarantee If defective and will not bold
Hertel ..... ....3 5. 2 1 0 u r association with the
the'lead. Duffalo ...;........2-:1: S :I :I e 0 a charge: (1) FREE REPLACEMENT within 90 dale, .
O'DellW. 5-5 .....2-3 4 0 0 2 3 Yankees is another step in our After Mill
(2)) 90 day, replace battery, charging
But -Orlando Cepeda hit his Shaw ............... 2-30 0 0 0 0 response to the growing public ve
Herbal faced 2 men In 4th. BALTIMORE (AP) The game margin over the runner- in the first and third innings off! only for the period of ownership. Charge it baaed on
22nd homer in the fifth with T-2:50. A-I4.MJ. I interest in sports.It i regular price Jell trade-in at time of return, prorated
,
New York Yankees smacked up Chicago White Sox, who lost loser Dave McNally, rapped a
off Chi Chi Olivo.Cepeda's .
none on then listed some of the over number of month of guarantee.
two-run off Dave
5-3 to Boston. single Vineyard
three-run double down the American League-
Linz singled and scored runs in the fourth and homeredoff sports highlights carried on tntnUUUt tn1u 11\t\ 1 1 t1t \ lUtlttlt\\
featured a five-run second inning AspromonteLeads leading Baltimore Orioles 8-1 Baltimore maintained its three Vineyard in the sixth. C.B.S. television last year: National

for. the Giants. All the Saturday night with a potent 11- Football League games,

runs crossed'after two were out. Colts hit attack that included two-run baseball's Game of the Week,
Milwaukee starter Hank the Cotton Bowl; the Kentucky -
Fischer left with the bases load- homers by Roger Maris and Hope Smashes Derby, the Preakness and the 1
Phil Linz.
To VictoryHOUSTON Belmont; the Masters' golf

,. Linz, a Baltimore native, also tournament and the P.G.A., and ..., la
urra
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Zimmerman ,CAP) Bob collected three singles while the C.B.S. Golf Classic.A .

Aspromonte.drove in four runs three.driving in four runs and scoring State RecordCLEARWATER clarifying statement de-

with four singles and righthander clared that the network expected -

Leads Twins Don Nottebart posted his The aroused, third-place no favors to help add Yankee

third straight victory as the Yanks, who had lost 10 of 16 Bice Hope 13-14 boys 100 butterflyBiceHope baseball to this list of ., -

Houston"Colts defeated the Cincinnati games against Baltimore, smashed the state record in first. sports spectaculars, and specifi-

Past Indians Reds 7-4 Saturday night. Moved to within 3% games of the 13-14 boys 100-yard butter- 13-14 boys 100 freestyleBiceHope cally said: "pay television was 2a..

Nottebart, M, checked the the Orioles with a stern, reminder fly here last night to lead second. in no way a motivating consideration a.x Y q

MINNEAPOLIS -, ST. PAUL Reds oo six hits until Vada Pin- they are still in the. race. Gainesville entrants in the State 13-14 boys 200 individual,med in our decision to in-

(AP) Catcher Jerry Zimmerman son hit his second home run of Night' Game AAU Junior Olympics swim- ley-Bice Hope, third. vest in the New York Yankees."

drove in four runs with .a the game a two-run wallop in NEW YORK 1ALTIMOREabrkbi abrhbiLinz ming meet. .11-12 girls 50 butterfly-Edie This disclaimer presumablywill

single and double, leading ;the the eighth that cut the Colts' M 5 3 4 4 E.R'b's'n cf 4010 Hope, competing with the I Cofrin, sixth. be welcomed most subscription

:Minnesota Twins to a 9-3 victoryover lead to 54. Hal Woodeshick relieved Marls Rlch'dson rt 26 4 4112 0 0 0 Aparlclo Siebern Ib*i 4000 4010 Gainesville Golf and Country 13-14 girls 200 freestyle relay- television which by un-I I f

.Cleveland Saturday. Nottebart and stoppedthe Lopez H 1000 Powell If 4010 Club team, posted a time of Lisen Summerlin, Cindy Clar- ,
Mantle cf 3 01 1 R'b's'n 3b 4 1 1 1 der the prodding of SylvesterL.
Thf Twins put it out of reach Reds the rest of the way.Aspromonte's Trash H-ef 4 0 0 0 Bowen rf 30 .OHo.iward 58.3, compared to the old markof dy, Debbie Sloan, Dixie Cox, Pat) Weaver former -w-
( presi-
c 1120 Lau c 3000 ,
He also finished sixth.
1:01.1.
bombarding rookie Luis second sec-
quickly run- Pepltone
Ib 4010 Adalr 2b 3000 dent of the National Broadcasting -
Tiant for five runs in the first scoring bit broke a 2-2 deadlock Boyer 3b 3221 McNally p 0000 ond in the 100 freestyle and 300 Club Results
Bouton p 3100 Snyder ph 1000 Company, also avows en- 6VoltGuaranteed
two innings and then held on in the fifth. The Colts scored Vineyard p 0000 third in the 200 individual med- 11-12 Girls 100 backstroke for the 88
thusiasm "growing public
behind Dick Stigman.Stigman two more runs in the seventh Tefal IS 111 Johnson Totals ph 33111 10 0 0 ley.Judy Judy Banks, second.100and.under interest in sports." 6 '}

survived a three-run against loser John Tsitouris 7- ....."""... MI JM "oot0u Banks paced the Gaines- girls 100 free-
NeewmYesn
................. Is there chance the Yankee with
MO .
lOG -1 ville 300 Club with second Banks any your
first and'abut cut the Indians 10, and Ryne Duren, and two a styleJenny fourth. .Id
E-NOM. DP-New York 1. Baltimore sale will be reversed? fctttcry
the,rest.of the way bringing his more in the eighth. Aspromontedrove 2.'LOB-New York 5, Baltimore 3 play performance in the 11-12 10-and-under girls freestyle 12

record to 111.with. his first victory in a run in each InnIng HR-Mari 3B-Mantle O, ')Howard, Linz,(4)Boyer. B. Robinson Bowens. girls 100 backstroke. The 300 relay- :Mary Vincent,. divided Opinion but remains even critics sharply of the Months .:
since July 3. and .singles! by Bob Lfllis and (l'). SB-Linz. SBoutonIP Club 10-and-under girls team Bonnie Broyles, Jenny Banksand ,

The Twins scored 'two runs Joe Gaines delivered the other Bouton. W, 13-10 t H 5 *1 ERBBSO 1 2 2 of Mary Vincent, Bonnie Boy- Barbara Stainsby, third. transaction concede that thereis l i t Mc,.
oft Tiant in the first McNally U7103 4 3 3 2 2 les, Jenny Banks and Barbara 10-and-under no precise precedent. Base Power Rating Thrifty Good Better Powerful
5-2 50
now girls
Vineyard _. s 7 S S 1 3 butterflyMary
on Tony Oliy a's double and Harmon two.The Colts scored single runs Miller ., ,n._.. i 0 0 0 0 0 Stainsby was third in the 200 Vincent, fourth. ball has.a. partial exemp- Guorantee j\12 Me. ( 24 Mo. I 30 Mo i 36 Me.Chet. .
HBP-By the
McNally (Howard) T-2:06. tion from antitrust laws
Klllebrew's grounder, and in the second and third innings A-47.987. freestyle relay. 11-12 girls 50 butterfly -Judy. -involving certain television 1940-54 I 6.88 I 8.88 J 11.88''113.88Ford

then kayoed him in the second. off starter Joe NuxhalL Jerry Banks, fifth. rights and the reserve clause Mere. 40-53 I ; I 10.88288: -

Tcree singles, a double and a Grote singled home Carroll Har- 11-12 girls 50 backstroke-, assigning players to clubs Ram b. SO-55 6.88 f 8.88
wild pitch by reliever Sam McDowell dy in the second and Aspromonte's Rookie Pitches Banks Ply. J I 11.88 l 13.88
Judy fourth. but a transfer of 80.per cent
with first hit drove in Al Span-
who took over two All Prices include trade-in with Jour old battery.
out, produced three runs. gler in the third.
Zimmerman batted in three The Reds tied it in the fourth ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

with bases clearing double Pinson led off with his 16th
runs .a Win 12-Volt
in the seventh when the homer. Frank Robinson followed Tigers to FLORIDA Poolby 88
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Twins scored four times against with a single and eventually -
I scored on Johnny Edwards' -r 1 I
reliever Jack Kralick. MinneI sacrifice KANSAS CITY (AP) Ro earned runs in the seventh on! f Guaranteed wrrii your
fly.
sota's 11-hit attack included six j okie Don Wert's double walk I Rivers Co.A old bertery
C.INCINNATIr HOUSTON right-hander Dennis Mc- a an Construction .
doubles. a M MrfeHJ error by reliever Ken Sanders,I 18 Months
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three .
combined
Indians
The Ct 4 2 2 3 Fax 2b 4210 a wild pitch and Kaline's sacrif- QUALITY POOL Backed by a
Oelnea rf 311 first: inning checked ,
singles and two errors, one by Robinson H 11 X uprising, ice fly. 'I I More
Stigmas, for their three runs in Johnson Cdware Ib d 4111 1 e 1 1 Asprvllte Bend Ib 3b 1.41 2111 Kansas City on three hits Satur- FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY Power Rating ,! Thrifty 1( Good I Better t Powerful f
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Queen rf 3111 Hardy ef 4100Cordona day night in the Detroit Tigers' NM Game
the first. II 412 0 UWs u 4021 5-1 DETROIT KANSAS CITY Guarantee t 118 Mo. t 24 Mo. !130 Mo. i 36 Mo.
C IVILANN MINNESOTA Bore 3b 1000 Crete c 4021 victory over the Athletics. ftrfcM akrhM 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20 x 40'Priced
r b W torfeWSalman Nottebert p 2. It Bruton cf 4110 Green 2b 4001Lumjxe '
McLain Ford Mere 56-63 I 12.88 I 15.88
Kioullilbb 111 lead-off f I j18,88
rf 1130 Kktdall *b ill 1 WoodesMck p 1 gave up a JB 4111 Causey 3b 4005 at $3,000 to $3,500
Hows M 3110 Rollins 3b 3320Woontr Muxhalt p 1000TtttMTlO home run' to Rocky Colavito in Kl M rf 3111 Jimenez H 4 010;
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JAMES RUSSELL week when they will. go Into :

Son Football Writer pads."I .
The long, hot summer lull don't know exactly how

comes to an end for area football Footballgood Action Tomorrowdidates many boys I will have,"* Rut- .

players tomorrow as they I ledge said.. "Football Intere s t'

begin practice for the upcoming has always, been great at our

season. this season" Rowe said. report school"
The teams will work out in Melissa j
Cross City still undecided
shorts for a week and then upon Riverland champion Melrose .
Coach Al Parris of Cross have one or two
put on pads the following Monday backfield plans to go for another loop
City plans to have his first week. '
according to Florida, High start work on Aug. 23. The Two-a-day sessions 1 crown beginning tomorrow.

School Activities Association i entire team is scheduled to report are expected to I Carl Herring, grid instructorat

rules. for practices Aug. 31. and continue until Melrose, planstwo-I-day sessions
Charlie Roberts, Santa F e in shorts until school '
Parris said pads will be issued -
Ji\ coach, plans to begin work Newberry'Newberry starts AUf 3L. '
on Aug. 31, and contact Co
tomorrow, with the morning devoted a c Thereafter the Mustangs will '
work will begin two or three Bankston will
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to a physical examina- have each
practices evening. .
.
days afterward.
tion of all football candidates.The duties of athletic -
w n! : v z "Most of our boys are already addition to his after school
first practice will be that Herring will be assisted by
i in pretty good shape, so as head football coach.Richard
. .. : afternoon. I I think we can get right down I LaLance newly hired Perry Jackson.-
@ria t6 ,ci/y Roberts to his forces
plans
.7 7N L f put BtU
to contact work, Parris saidLake hired as assistant I
through two a day sessions Butler I team basketball c I Bell plans a year's vacation .

( until school starts. He Jim Daniel, who was a Lance is a recent from the rigors of the annual
3 i9 f y.q e ,va said his first game type '
first. Riverland
string end and star : campaign.-
West Virginia grad. +
scrimmage will be Aug. 28 at 8 .
W. said
M. Fielding
FSU will take over the Practices will be Principal .
p.m. Lake Butler. the primary reason for his decision -,
John Counts Ohio State in shorts beginning
an the fact that
: Daniel will be assisted b y and the Panthers was a new
; grad, will coach the B-team.
; coach bad to be hired.
Zt Ronald Mincher who will
.g tutor a day sessions in
Counts comes to Santa Fe from
attendance.'I think
"We don't athletic \
Just our -
the line Newnan Sanchez
ning Aug.
Cincinnati where he
formerly
24.Williston
w and Jan Bennett. department,trill be organ-
coached. Garnie Hatch will I
ized enough to 1C'ork,1rith what
Daniel will have football can- Coach Sammy
coach the Junior
High team little material we have" Fielding -
which will play Gainesville Junior said

RNRa;,{ iEk, r ,.yN 6 highs.
; A b.r
R'F Y Fielding to'put his new
a ', plans ,
Roberts said he was lookingfor FSL I
ThinkingOf coach, still to be found, at work ,
:: +i arfib + a line coach because of the
JV team.
on a _
fl R! k R M:3c ..oU resignation of John Hefffagton.
The Santa Fe coach said he

,5. would be hurt by the loss of

r two boys he described as potential 1 I II

yr as first stringers. Andy _-

Strickland, a top end pros- ORLANDO (AP-Directors of will be played at the
pect, will not be allowed to the Florida State set
I League upa the second half p i
Breather Before Fireworks
football this because
play '
year committee
Saturday to look With three weeks I ;J

University of Florida Athletic Director Ray Graves (L) and assistant of mobile injuries accident suffered, and in Michael an auto- into the possibility of expandingto is leading by four '\ .

football coach, 'John Eibner relax in the sun Lucaya Beach before grid fireworks Hiatt a guard is 12 teams. games. THE MONEY
top prospect, ::
The directors also voted to allow The league also
begin next month. They're straining their eyes looking for wives, Opal moving to Orlando.
(Graves) and Katie (Eibner), who are somewhere lounging on the beach. Starke Lakeland to move its franchise I that attendance PAINTS
to Hollywood next season. : was 280,471 an
Dave Hurse seems to thinkhe President George MacDonaldsaid i over last year., It ..
has made a first rate addi- I 376-7581 -
"applications have been how much was paid
Morrison's Homer Leads tion Starke.to his coaching staff a t made by Houston to put a teamat I ,. u

Cocoa and
by Milwaukee to
Tony Griffith, formerly head put a team at West Palm Beach. I
trainer at East Tennessee State
"Although it could change, it HAWESPOWERSOnly :
has been hired as line coach.
PRAC to Softball TitleMike Hurse will begin two a-day ment would among appear directors that present presently senti-

sessions tomorrow. favors a 12-team, rather than a 96
North Marion Late Bird
Morrison slammed a ard Oil of Cocoa at City Park.] Cox had two hits to lend sup- Coach Stan Toole of North 10-team, league." Bargains ::

solo home run in the bottomof Max Long and Ellery Davis Orlando, Tampa, Lakeland an ..
the sixth Inning last nightto I port.PRAC scored one run in the Marion is expected to have an II Fort Lauderdale voted for allowing .'
also picked up two hits apiecein especially good
give Jacksonville PRAC the second frame, two in the third season. Lakeland to move to Holly-!: Annual End-Of-Model Sale

championship of the District the victory's 10-hit attack. and then the winning tally in Folks around Reddick hope to wood. Daytona Beach, Miami I .

men's slow pitch'softball tourn- Bob Donovan and John Prine the sixth. Cocoa picked up two begin proving this on Thursday and St. Petersburg voted against I i

ament. rapped three hits each to account -runs in the second and one in when two-a-day sessions begin. the move. Sarasota abstained. I The '65's Are Coming :.
I the sixth. "The games I am overly wor- The league also set the championship
Morrison's blow, his second of for six of Cocoa's 10 hits.
'One of Paine's safeties was a The winners now will go to ried about at this point are our playoff dates for the I WE
the night, broke a tie and gave I' MUST CLEAR OUT ALL .
Stand- homer in the second inning. Bob .Clearwater for the State's opener with Eau Gallic and our :winners of the first and second .
PRAC 4-3
a victory over I "
and annual game with P-K. Yonge, half pennants. The first I
tourney Thursday, Friday game
Saturday nights. assistant coach George K e e ]p I will be Sept. 6 in Fort Lauderdale I 1964 MODELS BY SEPTEMBER 23RD! "":

PRAC edged Boykin Motors said.Eau first half winner. The second
Dodgers Squeak Gallie is nearly AA, and : .
of Eau Gallie, 9-8, and Cocoa game will .also be played" TREMENDOUS SAVINGS NOW,
Keep said P.K. Yonge always i there. The third and, if neces- ,, I
nipped Brooker, 15-13, in Friday "
seems to be ready for the sary, the fourth and fifth games Plymouth*-Valiants-Chryslers-tmperiais-_ Barracudas and< Slices

4-3 night's semi-finals. Colts. I : Hardtops-Convertibles-2-Doors and 4-Doors Station W....... ::
Cards Mike
By Morrison, Ellery Davis Chiefland
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and Max Long paced the PRAC ..
... I Practices begin tomorrow at
win with three hits apiece. Mor- Chiefland, with Indian boss: NeivlyWedClay EXTRA BIG BARGAINS -

LOS ANGELES'AP) Nate loaded the bases.Tracewski's rison had two homers and a sin- I I
Oliver raced home from third single scored gle, Davis rapped a homer and Doyle McCall scheduling twoa.I On Demonstrators and Executive Cars '
day sessions until school starts.
base while another man was Howard and pinch runner Wes two singles, and Long hit a homer : May -
ACT NOW! WHILE
McCall plans to get his grid- THE SELECTION IS WIDEI
being picked off first giving the Parker and sent Oliver to third. and two singles. I
ders up bright and early, as he I .
Los Angeles Dodgers the run Gibson charged with all four Fred Howard rapped a dou- plans 6 to 8 a.m. and 4 to 6::' Quit : \
:they need for a 4-3 victory over Dodger runs, suffered his 10th ble and two singles to lead the p.m. sessions each day. RingCHICAGO ."

St. Louis Saturday.The loss in 20 decisions. Joe Moeller Eau Gallie team at the plate. TrentonTrenton "

Dodgers, trailing 3-1 after worked seven innings for the Jim Goodson led Cocoa's 20- (AP) Heavy- :: .I ,
plans its first weight
champion Cassius
five hits and hit assault with a home practices Clay .., .
six innings, came up with three Dodgers allowing run, tomorrow afternoon, and said Saturday he retire < .,'
runs hi the seventh, Oliver scoring three runs, and picked up his double and single. Tom Grady, Coach John Rowe will drill his from boxing after may his
the last one while Dick seventh victory against 11 de- Jack Howard and Bob Williamsalso return '
forces for I
once a day the rest of match with Sonny Liston.
Tracewski was being run down feats. .had three hits apiece for the /
season.
after being caught off first. Two walks and a single by the winners. Jim Hansen, Char- Rowe thinks he will have ade- If he does retire, Clay said in I

Tracewski'had knocked hi'the Dick Groat put the Cards ahead lie Sullivan and Bob Cox collected quate personnel, as enthusiasmfor an interview with Chicago radic immmiimiiiiiii'V !:

first two runs of the rally with a 1-0 In the first inning. They two singles each. 11 man football has reachedan station WBBM; he may becomea I, .

bad-bounce single past shortstop made it 3-0 in the third on sin- Henry Harrell stroked a horn all-time high at Trenton."I preacher.And .

Dick Groat. gles by Curt Flood, Lou Brock er and two singles to pace don't really know bow if he does he will preachin WE'VE SHARPENED :

Bob Gibson bad allowed the and Bill White and a sacrificefly Brooker. Jim Gay, Jarome Kel- many boys I will have, but I behalf of ,the Black Muslim .

Dodgers only two hits after six, by Ken Boyer. ly, Simmons had two hits expect many boys who have Clay, known among fellow

but Frank Howard and John Ro- The Dodgers got their firs apiece. never played football to make Muslims as Muhammad Ali OUR PENCILS r

seboro singled with one away in run in .the fourth. Wills opened was married Friday to Sonji I

the seventh and a walk to Oliver with a single, Jim Gilliam Roy, a former model.

walked and they pulled a double SPEEDY SCOT The champion said they planto CLOSEOUT : .
FOR
steal. Then Willie Davis walked stay in Chicago for three .. : < \. ; : I
Miss Twist and Wills scored on a sacrificefly :
I days. Then, he said they will gr .

by Ron Fairly. I SETS RECORD to Egypt where he will have eI SAVE ON A NEW '64 :, ', ', : :j: I

1 I ST. LOUIS LOS ANGLES I role in a biblical movie. .._
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Flood Cf 4110 Wills SS 4130 "
Brock If :3 2 2 0 Gilliam 3b :3000 He plans to train there for his PLYMOUTH .''. .,,: ;'1 -!'

Horse Price White Boyer 1b 36 2011 2001 W.Davis Fairly Ib cf 3 3001 01 0 By ORLO ROBERTSON up with a 30-second final quart- bout with Liston. No time or ( -. ,..".

Croat ss :311 1 T Davis If 4000 WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) place has been fixed for the 'I' I ;

Javier McCarver 2b c 10 111 0 0 0 Camllll Howard cOO rf :31 0 1 0 0 Speedy Scot, America's premier er.As the favorite of the crowd of fight. I OR VALIANT!' ., "...' ".,',-0.4, )-

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. Warwick Shannon ph rf :3 1 0 110 0 0 Roseboro Parker pr-rf c :3010 0100 rottter, hung up a world recordof 46,111, Speedy Scot paid $2.80, .I _' '; r.: ", ;:
(AP) -The week-long Saratoga Gibson p :3000 Oliver 2b 2100 2:312-5 for Itt miles Satur $2.50, and $2.20. Duke Rodney, Clay said he expects the bout .': ,; '. -,
Moeller p 2055Trace'ski to be held within the next two .. ... ,..,.
auctions wpund' up Saturdaywith 3b 1 01 2 day night as he won the $50,000 driven by Billy Haughton for .. .

59 horses of racing age sold St.ToWs LMils ..It...3..'J.....TlUls.....1M OH 20473 000-3 American Trotting Championship Mr. and Mrs. Pat Di Gennaro of months. a Brand-new '64 models,! ', _. ./' ? .. tr. -

............... 000.100 30K .4
for $325,300 Los Angeles -. at Roosevelt Raceway and Scottsville, N.Y., returned $3.20 ,' .;, '
1. LOB St trade-in allowances! f .
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.. qualified to meet bestin and $2.50. Su Mac Lad : :
i Miss Twist, a 3-year-old Louis 5. Las Angeles. Europe's carry Archer Hold -. ....
stakes-winning daughter of SF S8-Sr.dt.2.-Boyer. Fairly.WlU Gnllam.CrNt. the Roosevelt International. ing the hopes of Irving Berke- Low, I low prices., '. ". .

Prince John-Night Dance, Gibson. L. 10-10 ...0151 IP H R 4 ERa:3 sa ICuclUr Taking the lead after the field meyer of New Milford, N.J., ' ::;
brought the top price of $34,000. .. .. ... 1253: 1 0 0 1 of seven had gone a little more paid $2.50 to show. LeadST. Money-saving deals!, : :* .- Iii
Moeller.W. 7-11' 7 5 :3 :3 :3 1 Slight
She was purchased by J.L. Wil- Perranotkl 2 1" 1 1'S than one-quarter mile, the 4- Speedy Scot winning his sec- Easy terms to fit most any .budget!, .::'v l' ::
T-2:27. A22.21LNet old ond.major stake at Roosevelt in .
Virginia breeder, from year- son of Speedster from .
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ey the Castleton two weeks, earned $25,000 to PAUL, M IUL AP) Rookie : ': v'; : ,.. i
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boost his total bank 1 pro George Archer of Gil- ; .
account to
Stars front the remainder of the .
N.Y. way '
$463,261 on victories,and : roy, Calif. shot a one-under-par and colors! ;- !
I for a three-quarter length victory one
Second high was registered by second in 24 starts. 70 Saturday for an eightunderpar -' .. ...
Dan Farm's 3-year-old Finals over Duke Rodney. Su Mac I ....
Darby In 205 through 54 holes ant
Lad : II
Orientalist a brown son of [ world's top money trotter, Su Mac Lad picked up $6OCOfor held his lead in the $65,000 St. i S : I I, .
third
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who went for $24,000 to was another three-quart. third to his ,
Swaps MANCHESTER, Mass. (AP) I ers of a length back. run record bank Paul Open golf tournament : e
Hasty Horse Farms of Toledo, Billie Jean Moffitt and Mrs. I roll to $789,199. The victory also: Archer goes into the fina' '

Ohio. Karen Hantze Susman advanced .I The time, made under the gui gave Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van round with a one-shot edge ove :
I ,
|The yearling sales were completed to the final round of the Essex dance of Ralph Baldwin, clipped Lennep, owners of the Castle another first-year pro, Chucr t

Friday night with the es- County Club women's tennis 11-5 seconds off the world stan- ton their third stakes triumph i Courtney of LaJolla, Calif., ant W
dard held by Su Mac Lad and in two weeks at Roosevelt and I
tablishment of an all-time high tournament Saturday. Howie Johnson, of Palm V "
Porterhouse, who wound fifth winnings of $196,171.Yugoslav f ::
for a single yearling and a Billie Jean, seeded No. 1 of up Springs, Calif. / : ..
in the race. In next Saturday's .
record total sales. Long Beach Calif defeated Ca- Seven other pros are bunched,

(A chestnut colt by Turn To- rol Hanks, No. 4 seed from St $50,000 international over the Duo two_ shots behind at 207. Theyare ..

; brought $94,000, topping Louis same distance Speedy Scot will Bruce Devlin of Hilton Head, 4.- '
Legendra 7-5, 8-6. Mrs. Susman, join Su Mac Lad the HLJIRYINFOIAIEDHOTDEALANS.--! :
the $90,000 paid -Thursday No. 2 seed, of San Deign, Calif., champion:,against, five defending and Gains Finals Island, S.C. Don_ Fairfield of ,
for filly by First Land- per Perdido Bay, Fla.; Frank Beard
a
night herself S
pulled together to beat six :
haps European invaders. <
ing..The Turn To colt consigned No. 3 seed Justina Bricka, of SL MOSCOW (AP) M I'eth..n- of Louisville, _Ky.; Jack McGo- w
Co.Sinct
Showed
Toy Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Hardinof Louis 2-6 6-0, 6-4. Way 2,000 spectators watched Saturday -wan of Largo; Fla.; Billy Mar-; Hawes- Powers Motor

Upperville Va., went to Dav- In the doubles semifinals After Su Mac Lad, driven by as Nicola Pilic and Bore lo- tindale of, Jacksonville, Tex., .
,
id Shaer, a Milford, Mass.,shoe. Miss Moffitt and Mrs. Susmai Stanley Dancer, had shown the vanovic, both of Yugoslavia, and Labron Harris of Burney- 1939 '
to the first in ville Okla. .
quarter pole ,
manufacturer. way t -
gain the final round of the Russian ,..
defeated Englishwomen Carole SIMCA -CHIY LII-IMPIJUAL.
VALIANT
f 29 3-5 seconds with Speedy Scot Johnny Cook of Minnetonka: -PLYMOUTH-
During the four nights of the Rosser and Virginia Wade .., 1- third, the Castleton ace swung international tennis tournament Beach. Minn,, and, 21-year-old i

yearling sales, 212 went for a total 5. into the lead and easily tossed by, defeating_Soviet stars. Dick Lou of Hayward, Calif.,j SALES and SERVICE .

of $3,7tiIIO:1 average',of Misses Bricka and Hanks beat back every challenge. He trot- Pilic downed Alex Metreveli who started the day one stroke; ':" : We Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded. ,,". .

:$37,763. The total figures topped Belmar Gunderson of St. Paul, ted the one-half mile in 1:00 4-5, 6-2, 6-3,.7-5 in one semifinal,and behind Archer' both' slipped to .

fee> $3,255,100 paid for 254 bead Minn., and Virginia Brown of: the three quarters ,in 1:30 4-5, lovanovic defeated Tooma Lejus two-over-par 72s and fell four I .204 N.. Main vSS 'FIt :2-2561

at tia 1963 sales Fort Worth Tex. 6-3, 64. the mile in 2:012-5 and wound 6-4,6-2,2-6,6-1 in the other. shots behind at 209. = >- -

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By BOB HOODING ,his pitching hand and had to'bt

AP The Boston ,.'
Boston ( )' replaced.

Red Sox turned on Chicago Sat
CHICAGO 10JTOMkm
Yankee Sale e<, urday and rode Felix Mantilla's M tfcrhM,
Landis cf A 01 MantUU -
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three-run homer to a 5-1 victory Buford 2b Z.I. Horton H At"
over the penriant-hopefuKWhite .Robinson If 5 111 Mellas| HWard Sill
3b 3.0. Ytrzi'tk ef 1121'Skowron
Sox: Ib 4' 0 Stuart Ib 4 .1'
By HUGH FULLERTON JR. Mets, I have no targets left. A CBS statement emphasizedthat Stephens rt 3 1 I 0 Thomas ,rf 11 11
The loss for the secbnd-place Long ph 10 0 b Milzont 3b 3Htnsen "
NEW YORK (AP) Two in- Meanwhile, Arthur Allyn of Topping and Webb would U A' 1 1 Breuoutf U. 7111

formed and outspoken former the Chicago White Sox, one'of continue to be responsible for White Sox, who had with won 13 Boston of 16previous H'shb'ger Martin c rf 2 4011 010 Mor.Nixon".. ..c ./ 2111 7111 _

baseball men added their voices two American League owners the club's management and the T games Talbot p 0100.TOUI .
them 3& behind 311 M TaUll Mill I
Saturday to the tide of comment who voted against the deal, continued new corporation, New York dropped games CMc9 .. ..
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-largely unfavorableaboutthe to protest that the tele- Yankees, Inc., would operate as American League leading Baltimore ..::;::::: ::?:::::'OM lt MO x--tBOStM I

sale of' the New York Yankees -graphic vote of approval was a separate entity from CBS. The .Orioles met the E-Nixon. LOft-Chkaoo U. Boston 4.2BManUla.30Landis k

to the Columbia Broadcast. contrary to the league's consti New York_ Yankees .in. .a night (20). SB-Buford. S-Talbof.' HR-Mintllla SF-Nlxon. I
That the Yankees are big bus I
ing tution. He said that without 15 game. IP "It IROIfO
System. Talbot.L. 44 ..... 42.37 I I
The $11.2 million deal for 80 days notice, the vote must be iness hardly could be denied in The Red Sox, losers of 12 of Fisher ...........21-3 III J 3 1
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of the sale price of a club >4f landed Wilhelm 1 I' I 1 1Morehead .
per cent ownership of the club unanimous.And their: last 13 games, on ,W, 7.12 7 A 2 2 6 4
that bought for $2.8 million in f ......'.. ,
rookie Fred Talbot for four Radatz : 2 1 0 0 1 SWP
was announced CBS in Washington several influential
Friday by
,
1945 by MacPhail, Topping and -Talbot Fisher T-J.J4. A-74C7.
and the Yankee members of Congress runs in thesecond inning.
present owners,
Dan Topping and Del Webb. suggested this called for further Webb Each put up $500,000 then Boys' Club Swimmers Two singles, a walk, a forceand -
and the rest was borrowed from '
"It's unfair to the other club examination of a pending bill Russ Nix n's' sacrifice fly Two Cities
banks MacPhail said.
owners," said Larry MacPhail, which would exempt baseball preceded Mantilla's smash into
Pictured above are members of the Boys' Club swimming team First' row
the man who first got Toppingand from antitrust law provisions."It MacPhail later sold his shareto (L-R) are Robbie Watts, Randy Martin, Paul Lambert, Mike Jones* Dennis the left field screen, his 20th May oo J.Resomces

Webb into baseball. indicates baseball :is a big his partners for $2 million Jones and Larry Stanley. Second row (L-R) are Tommy :Martin, Joe,Finch, Gary homer and second" in as many

"I'm glad to see the deal," business," said Rep. Emmanuel Yankee-owned ball .parks in Stanley, Ronnie Ward,. Ricky Moqrhous and Charlie.Dobbs, Boys'.Club swim- games off WhiteSor pitching. .

said Bill Veeck, former ownerof Celler D-N.Y. "The bars: must Newark, N.J., and Kansas City ming program director.. Mantilla, the veteran, utility-: -
the St. Louis Browns. "Be be ,put up and baseball clubs were sold profitably and later man of six positions currently

cause,with Topping and Webb subjected to the antitrust! laws." Yankee stadium and the valuable operating at second base, also ATLANTA CAP. ) '- The.clUes
virtual minorities with Ford Other indicated i property under if were'sold and of Atlanta and New Orleans -
congressmen BECAUSE OF. CONn rIONStagg's had a double and single
Frick retiring and George Weiss' however, fhat they saw no reason for an estimated $6.5 million, scored twice. He was thrown out both determined to have profe:

buried under the. 10th-place, for, condemning. the sale.. .'11 hen leased back to the club.. at second trying to stretch- hit sional football, teams in ,either

.'t s ; J. Sees Danger 102nd Birthday off the wall in the first inning the National or American their'Football
League-may pool resources
but responded with the big homer
MacPhail said he could
see : in an attempt:obtain
his next trip.Right.hander .
danger in admitting businesses
Houston Colts big franchises:
,' into baseball but added Dave Morehead .
-- Today to Go Unnoticed "It takes two cities for expan-
for his
: > '. to that Frick, commissioner of conquered early wildness he sion in either league and'we feel
baseball seventh victory, although
could hardly block the
that Atlanta and New Orleans
Speak Against sale to CBS after he fad allowed STOCKTON, Calif. (APForthe On his 100th anniversary, death of Mrs.. Stagg July 22 and needed late.relief help. from are naturals for professional

: \ a 1 brewing 4.combapy to-* buy' theSt. first time in many a year, Stagg made a dramatic personal Stagg's own feeble condition, Dick Radatz. football said David Dixon,

I Loins Cardinals: several the birthday of Amos Alonzo appearance at a huge civic there will be only visits. from Over the first four innings, who heads a New group seekinga

: years ago.These Stagg will pass this year withno birthday party, and last year he his son, Dr. Paul Stagg, athletic Morehead walked six 'but the franchise. ,

: Baseball nqaz I. big companies can lose special observance. had a huge 3thfoothighbirth. director of University of the Pacific White Sox stranded seven run Dixon had meetings scheduled

..- J. ) half-million tloll irs in'baseball Famed for generations as the day cake while the Stockton and a few old friends."I ners., One walk came home to with Gov., Carl Sanders and other

without feeling it.'It's unfair to grand old man of American foot Lions Club held a special cele; don't think he realizes the haunt him when Jim Landis Georgia and Atlanta officials

By ED .STAATS : ,act quickly a joint meeting of .other' owners" MacPhail_ .. said._ ball, Coach Stagg will be 102 bration. significance of the day," said tripled ill the fourth. J.C. Mar- Saturday to discuss the possibility -

HOUSTON, Tex, ,(AP). The both leagues'should be called( :Veeck 0_ long a critic ,of the years old on Sunday. This year, because of the I his 'longtime physician Dr. tin singled for a run in. the sec of the two .cities working'to

Houston Colts all but declaredwar take appropriate action, arid 5f Yankees as, exercising] too much Langley Collis. "He has been informed ond. gether. .

Saturday on' the purchaseof this is not done,- then'we In power in baseball, commented of Mrs. Stagg's death, Morehead had a four-hitter Dixon said in an interviewthat

the New York Yankees by the baseball should urge that Wash- that he had, to. wait a year to sell Pirates "but I believe he does nof fully going through seven innings the South has two strong

Columbia Broadcasting System. ington, through the Congress of he' poverty-stricken St Louis Slip understand< it," said Dr. Collis when he developed a blister onBaltinOre.5 ,,selling points for pro football-'

Roy Hofheinz, president of,the the United States both the Senate Browns but "vaunted Yankee money and public opinion.

National League Colts; said the and the House do some power" accomplished sale in Eats Well. ,"The owners will have to tab
,
sale "should be stopped by thing about.it." three: hours. a Cubs 5-4. "He does not speak but eats us in," he said. "It's just a
By well..And a kidney ailment ear
whatever.means question of them taking cJose
,necessary. Hofheinz was not specific lier a
this
Hofheinz, at'a news confer about how Congress could act, Not InterestedThe year has cleared up And CBS V2 look at public opinion.
read statement in whichhe CBS statement said the very well'He is in better condition 'An betweenthe '
ence, a but indicated the Federal Communications exhibition game
I CHICAGO (AP) Bob around double and than "
Bailey a by.Mota a most .
network 90-year-olds. Jack .Whitaker
is not interested reported
said he asked Baseball Com Commission "could in the Sportscaster St. Louis Cardinals and the
missioner Ford Frick Friday"to look, into the operation." proposed Monday night television -I'Clendenon's raced home from third on Donn sacrifice fly by Luncy. The patriarch of American the results of the NewYork Green Bay Packers of the National

review the facts and if he deal which the major infield single in the Reliever Al McBean, takingover athletics, who began his coaching Yankees baseball game on Football League drew: 65-

thought appropriate to rule the TV Revenue leagues hope to sell on a equal- ninth inning, bringing the Pittsburgh in the eighth, recorded his career at the University of WCBS-TV Friday night as: 000 persons in New. Orleans last

sale not in the best interest<<: of "It is obvious their (CBS') interest share basis, and that it will be Pirates a 5-4 victory over seventh victory of the season Chicago in 1892, spends about "Baltimore 5, CBS %" Saturday -night Atlanta-:the

baseball and, immediately. use is TV revenue first and I in: the same position as any other the Chicago Cubs Saturday. and: 10th straight without a loss. half his waking hours in a chairat The Columbia Broadcasting center of football activity in the

his offices to void it." sports or baseball last," Hof- network in bidding for this Bailey singled to open the' It was McBean's 40th appearance a rest home in Stockton. Ht System confirmed Friday it had South-is constructing an .#

The $11.2 million transaction, ,heinz said. ; program or World Series rights. ninth, moved to second on a single of the season and gave cheerfully enjoys the sun, then purchased an 80 per cent inter. million stadium which will seat

first revealed Thursday night, "It 'is highly inappropriate -"Pay television was in no way by Manny Mota.and, two him a string of 60 games with- goes back to bed when he becomes est in the Yankees. i,57,000 for football.WANTED.
also has andunethical fora motivating consideration in outs later, advanced to third on out defeat. tired.
drawn .fire...from ..sev; < network to a
eral American League.. club sit at 'the table of baseball and our decision to invest in the a wild pitch by reliever Lindy. In his 99th year he suffered a

owners, including Charles 0. ,be both a buyer and a seller of New York Yankees," it added. McDaniel. knee injury, and.has not walkedfor
Finley of the Kansas City Athletics -TV rights." Some observers conjecturedthat Clendenon then hit a grounderinto Bob Weickel some time. !

and Arthur'C.;Allyn of the Joseph A. W. Iglehart, chairman CBS was more interested in the shortstop hole. Andre stagg, the o nly man named

Chicago White Sox. of the Baltimore Orioles, protecting' itself against a possible -Rodgers grabbed the ball and as both a coach and player in I

First To Oppose said, however, CBS would not invasion of baseball by pay- threw to third in an attempt to New Stetson football's Hall of Fame, did not : MEN-WO MEN

The Colts became the first have an advantage.in television TV. get Mota before Bailey crossedthe retire until he was 98. During 57

National League club to oppose negotiations because of the sale I! Ex-Yankee Hank Bauer manager plate. Mota, however was Nine CoachBob years as" a head coach, he ran from ages 18' to 52. Prepare Lincoln Service has helped
the sale. of the Baltimore safe and Bailey scored the up a record of 309 victories, 200 now for U. S. Civil Service job thousands prepare for these
Orioles
Iglehart said he had resignedas since 1948. It
Hofheinz said clincher.A defeats and 35 ties. openings in this area during the tests every' year
he
would much a CBS director to avoid a i summed up the ballplayers' att- Government positions pay as is one of the largest end oldest
prefer to have the sale voided itude battle of homers precededthe Weickel, pitcher on schools of its
conflict of interest. toward the deal. End at Yale 'high as $446.00 or month to privateOwned
within baseball, but added: decisive rally. Springfield College's 1958 national staff. They provide much kind and is not connected with
"If the commissioner William S. Paley, CBS chairman "Well, he said, "you know college division baseball He started out as an. end at greater security than private the Government

does not and Frank Stanton, CBS none of their checks are going Rap Homers champions, has been 'named Yale, where he was named on employment and excellent opportunity 'Government .
president said in to'bounce." Williams and Billy Co Waltet for For FREE.Infpr"Otl! on
a joint, statement Billy Camp's first All-America advancement. efpositions
head baseball coach at Stetson. jobs'; including .rl5
earlier. ,thaJV'pay 4elevi-l s wan each hit two-run homers in team. Many positions require little or and salaries; fill :out
Osteen Bats Zion was:in.ab way;a..motivating a four-run fourth inning'that put made University, in an announcement When he was retired by Chi no specialized education or ex- ,coupon and: moil at .once, -
today by W. C. perience. '
donsideratibrf hi our eeision to the Cubs .ahead 43. But the Pi- Brady) cago at. the mandatory age of Buf to get one ;jobs, TODAY., You will also got full
Cowell director of
athletics at toest.these details how
invest in the New York Yankees Allyn ,AsksCrpniii rafcs.tied it, in the fifth, chasing the.university. 70, he came west to Pacific, must pass a com- yourself on for these you tests.Don't can.preperlyou
WashingtonPast ," and that CBS "has no Interest I Dick Ellsworth' when singles by then called College of the Pacific 'petition is keen 'and in some
!
ACT NOW
One of five delay
in carrying the ,Monday Roberto Clemente and Jerry Weickel, 25, and a native of in 1933. I cases only out poSSe -

night sports spectacular.;' :' ForAL Lynch and a sacrifice fly by Huntington Station, N. Y., succeeds LINCOLN ,SERVICE, Dept 89 .
.
.AngelsWASHICGTON At the age of 81, he coachedhis .
iir'Affeci' f Clendenon produced a run. Carl H. "Doc" Johnson Pekln, Illinois
M
w ahead who is after 30 of 1943 team to a one-loss season interesfed" send FREE (1))
1' The Pirates had pulled retiring years I om very much Please me absolutely
:(AP) Pitcher "If CBS bifys tbe.Y.an; w MeetingBOSfXJN 2-0.in the first inning on homers coaching on the DeLand. cam and was named national A list of U.S. Government positions end salaries (2) Informationon
Claude Osteen :slammed a Hofheinz *id !"indiscrlmInat and Clemente then Coach of the Year. how to qUalify for a U.S. Government Job.

homer and double: and '' oSted telecasting ;(hro&ghout:J too 1i. (AP) -, Joe McKeniey added by Bailey another run in the, third pus.While He rounded out his at Name . .,. ...*. . . . ... Age . .

his 12th victory as:the W.ashing- of yallJr.- fames'- American: ,League publicelations on two walks sandwiched Springfield, Weickel Susquehanna, Pa. and career advisory Street . . : /. ." .... Phone . .:

ton Senators defeated.I the! ."' 93 fiuHd. r vn ; ftrjft director: said Saturday starred for both the baseballand coach at Stockton, as City . .: . . .,. State < ... ..
College.
affect' e basketball teams and
d.\t:
Angeles Angels 6-2"Saturday.* (. 4aleagup that"a telegraphed. request to PITTSOUReM CHICACO was T
Osteen who needed I ap 'M\ijl1Q'\ tb Joe Cronin abrbbi ab r h MBailey named to the All New Eng, .
RonKline's ... .-.. ..,tt..,\-.... ,. league. president: : 3b 4321 A'tfitano 2b 2110 ;
land basketball in 1960.
iit : / :' quintet
$ '
.relief help in. the eighth .. from Arthur Allyn of the Chicago Mota cf-It 5030: Gabflson ph 1 0 0 0Clemente .
rf 4 2 2 Clemens rf 2001 He received honorable mention
inning, tied the team's victory oth ,. t sw-MJer;l lri Whit, Sox%asking for_ a Lynch If 4011 Burke ph-rf 2 01 0 BUCiCTOSpecial. :
i'
U ;o Q t All America honors in basketball
high in the four years sfnce league meeting to consider the Virdon cf 0000 Williams H 4' 1 2
1/ 2 Santo b3 401Maxer'skl 0
Clenden'n Ib 1
American League expansion)b'$ tnQ '>xtenu- .'. +eat iM'ate. in sale of theNew, York.-Yankees 2b 5 01 0 Banks Ib 31 0 0 during that same year.
t.
'Ie' ,
'
.7
bringing his record to 1- ,.'" h. :.:\.f had Pagilaroni c 10 2 0 Cowan cf 412 He pitched two years of semiprofessional -
been .
12J..Beit -" received., Alley ss 4000 Bertell c 301 0
nie Daniels won 12 games for 1n: beNew: Dam fHouston's Schwan p 0000 Stewart ph 1 11 0 baseball on Long .
netts"staliilm: Mckenney said he had tele- S.ik p 2000 Rodgers M 3510
: r8hlrwe will Island compiling a brilliant 17- .
the Senators in 1961. t, phoned the Stargel ph 1 111 Ellsworth PI' 0 0 .
Osteen doubled and scored the occupy net.year?we believe it message, to Cronin, McOaniel p 1. 0 0Rozn'sky 2 record in 1961 and being nam- :
ph ills
Senators first run in the third I would cost.us over.> million dol- vacationing on Cape Cod and T....* 271121 Tatal 31 4 > SPittsburtH ed the outstanding pitcher in Prices, on Boys and

lars,:\Hofheinz. said.zThe..prisent'.regional. that Cronin.. had asked for a ................. Ml 11. ..1-4 the I .
Inning and hit a homer off loser : telecast copy of the telegram to study CINe... ..._.............../01000-4 league. I II I Girls Phys. Ed. Clothes. Approved and .
Ken McBridge leading off the over the weekend before makIng E-Balley. Santo 2. DP-Plttsburoh 3, 0Iicago Weickel came to Stetson University -i '.
fifth. Ed Brinkman's second of.everyclubhe said, will "be 1. LOB Pittsburgh '10 Chicago Required forGAINESVILLE :
in served
'affected- a decision. 28.- Mote MazeroskL Hr-Bailey (f). 1960 and has I ,. ;
home in two days with a man I by-the dilution of their Clemente (7), Williams (M). Cowan (U). as assistant' basketball and .
television Allyn protested that the telegraphic S-McDaniei, Rodgers. SF-Lynch. Clende .
programs on and radIo SCHOOL .
HIGH
the Senators '.
on, gave two more "' non. baseball coach for the past four J :
i Iii their own regions due to vote of club owners was IP "It 1KB BSOSchwaH "
runs in the sixth. I ..........0 11 S 1 1 years. He will continue as basketball 1 : ". !' '. .
Osteen was replaced by Kline the'added Indiscriminate weekend contrary to the league's constitution. Sisk .............41-3 4 A 1 J 2 assistant with his .,i:5.; :, P. K. YONGE. .. ,
I telecasting. The vote was 8-% and Allen Bark ............. 224 3 0 1 1 J along I s*>* 't I' ..
In a bases-loaded situation in McBean W, 7-0 ... 2 2 I 1 1 I new baseball responsibility. He ': :'"' > {'*' ,
: '
I Hofheinz said "it Is Interesting said a unanimous vote wasrequired' Ellswort.423. 0McOaniel 4 4 2 4 : V BUCHHOLZ JR: HIGH :< .
the eighth inning. One run his M. A at Stetson .
L. 1-5 .4 '.3. 1 1 1 S earned : degree I '
I to note that unleSs -
this is the had
second owners received .
scored infield Schwell-faced mass in 1st. '
on an out, but ''
Kline fanned Joe Adcock to end time the Yankees have goneto notice 15 days in advance. WP-McDanteL T-J.41.-A-J10C3.-- in 1962. I WESTWOODJR. HIGH ,

the inning. the capital gains trough for McKenney said ,the vote had I HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER : HOWARD. BISHOP JR. HIGH

The Angels scored an un- money" to be taken out of base. not been taken until Ben Fiery,I .. *

earned run in the sixth on a ball. the league's attorney and "the I '

walk and two errors. Stadium Sale foremost authority on the American THE 1h11! .. Boys. : Girls' :l! .:-: .
We
Pinch hitter' Joe Koppe sin He referred to the sale of League constitution, had .

gled with one out in the eighth Yankee Stadium- a' few years been' consulted. .I Uttered Gym Suits Gym Suits '- .

and a single by Jim Piersall and ago for $5 million plus. He said there were two possi- Sh rtI. ... f t,
walk to Vic Power loaded the "It is our considered judgment bi ties that a meeting will take RepairAll Lettered Sweat Shirts : '. .

bases. That brought In Kline. this new effort to obtain place: 1, Cronin can call it as Sweat Pants Shirts. ,;'

LOS ANGELES WASHINGTON capital gains revenue must be I requested or 2, Allyn can forcea I Shoes Shoes.- .

a..4kM akrkWPiersall stopped by whatever means meeting by getting two other! Socks : '
If 4010 Blas'ama 2b S 11 0 I '
Power 3b 3020 Kennedy 3b S 111 necessary." club owners to join in the de 6-WheeI S clts. Lettered Sweat Shirts .

Freogl u 4 3011 ooovarr King*rt pr-ir.ooo 3010AdcocK "The fight has just begun" Makes Supporters -, & Sweat Pants .
Perry dlb 4000 Lock cf 1210 Hofheinz said., 11 I CutCuttingTime r ,
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Torres ph 1000 BrMun'n M 112 2 every assure ( : .
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.1 ( & Bo's Troubles Began; Early ay


_
I was about' this time that e nslcy'figured.he'd*be.traded.Jtst -

: .announced engage ,winter. ,But;"to'his am- I.,;

to Miss Mamie:Van Dozen azeinent; :Ihe7"An'ds nof only'

$ I the 'movies. Before ,the 1963 didnot; unload him;:.they didnot

was far along,' the 'ro evenI7tocuthi3salary'hfcl! I
.
f HOUSTON ( : ..was going badly, but not was about $15ooo."B, in 'fact, 1: rv '

t tion being badly as Belinsky. became the first major leaguer\

; can Football lost eight of his first nine to signet aiM contract.

J quarterback and the Angels lost He even conceded'he might" 'I

play again for patience. They optioned have misjudged. Haney.'
-
ers?. to their Hawaii.farm club seals nine1 of'I'
: This h$, won
.J'.I Pacific Coast League. !his first 14 declslons.Even'afterhelostth

er Lee Bud says Adams he was in Hay. 'BcUnsky nUt three, lie had a
'
;U :will be two get around to reporting to fiat ear&ed-nm average of 2.S6. .,." -,, ,
Hawaii club until July. The But he said the'other'day thathewusi&efbasebzflthatbe )f. ..,_ -* v .

J g I answer what Adams is. kno took him off the payroll ;_ .k 5-"

I trade.... he was stalling.. was going to try-to' find:something : -
,
.',. Houston : won four of five decision* else to do: t _

ri Hawaii and..drew",some. of :lie didn't. ,say he wasjhroogh: 1
I Friday for Bud i season's largest PCL right away. But the Angels did, j _
er Texas tackle' : : .. L
pro'football ._._ ,.... .. . _' ._ .. s 'I He won another game after he'decked reporter Braven.: BELINSKY
-- ---- ""' --- ---'- the Angels recalled him DyerFriday morning in Washington BO I

I ver's< first 1IB draft League Yanks last season., .. D.C.chafltnge : I . Woe Is 3Ie -

y '1966, -

( << of teams of the Yanks team in the Jaycees Buddy Base- Trials

I the rights to' row (L-R), are Larry White, Curtis O'Quinn, Jody Kurrewa V Wins

back to Tucker and Jay Finzel. Back row (L-R) are Ted

returned to the Gary Ameson, Jimmy Hindman, Franz Beard, Jer- .

However .. Over Rival Sovereign

quarterback
the lend-lease '-"

"I'm through Pulls Up ILL (AP) Kur- for the America's turn and retrieved Anderson in

I no desire to V took advantage o{ the Cup. less than a minute, but that was

I told the a crewman of rival Sov Sovereign led from 'the startup time ,enough for Kurrewa V to

going.to get a fell overboard and 'won 'to the time that Paul'Anderson -i break through into the lead. Under -

this thing if Alabama Stakes 40 seconds Saturday in the a foredeck hand, 'fell overboard the rules ,each yacht must

me back." trials for British 12- as she was tacking to start and finish the race with all

yachts. cover her opponent on the final men aboard.

He was The long striding daughter of nine lengths back of. the leader triumph was the first in leg of.'the 24.3 mile course. The The race was sailed in a 15-20

close friend ( ) pi the Irish stallion, Cavan, heading into the backstretch.But races for Kurrewa V in two boats had raced just over 20 knot westerly breeze.

man. matched the stakes record of with one-half mile to go, States waters as the mils when the mishap occurred The. yachts will race again

"I'll play 2:03 1-5 for the 1% miles in pull- Harry S. Nichols' filly started compete for the right to Sovereign made a 360 degree Sunday.The .

Louis." the ing away in the final one-six- moving in on the leaders. At the American trials start

him, "but teenth of a mile for a two-length three-eighths pole she
was Monday and will run until Sept.
ton." The St.. to: victory over the Wheatley Sta- fourth and really rolling. Ralston Moves unless the New York club's selection -

own National, : ble's Beautiful Day. Castle Entering the home stretch, committee picks its defender -

draft rights to Forbes, also carrying Mrs. H.C. Grant took the favorite to the before that date.

Phipps another Wheatley 1% lengths colors back, was for outside to give her plenty of To Net Finals The final trials for the two
'
1/1' I II third place in the field of eight. racing room. At this stage British yachts will start Aug. 24.

Beautiful Day. ridden by Manuel The Royal Thames Yacht Club,
her fourth all in
For victory,
Ycaza had taken over the for the has
until -
Cup
.Nltnr I major stakes, Miss Cavandish lead and Castle Forbes IL!. (AP) Den Bakersfield, Calif. downed 17 challenging
CINCINNATI piloted standard
...,II bI earned $36,530 to boost her 1964 by Braulio Baeza, had moved Ralston,.who was thinking'of!year-old Richey of Dallas 63,57 Sept 6 to name its

Queen ROM 2b rf 4 4.0 .. 0 2 0 D.. bank account to $233,868 and her into contention. j for the season only a I *..2, "-3 to earn the spot opposite < -

Pinion cf A' 0 : 3 0'' career earnings to $263,639.Favored : weeks ago, whipped Cliff! Chuck McKinley in the final
:
Robinson If 3 2 I 2
Johnson ib>> 3. 2 0. One-eighth mile from the fin- Saturday and advanced'Sunday. bearerpan
Edwards C :) 2 0 She was favored by the crowdof ish line, beautiful Day still led III'n the final of the Newport Casi I'
Cardenas M :30 1 0 41 McKinley, America's top-
Boros 3b 3. 0 ; 1 0 24,502, paying $3.40 $2.50 and but Miss Cavandish was second Invitation Tennis Tourna ranked
player'from San Antonio
Ruiz ph 1 1
and within another sixteenth
Maloney p.20 0 : : : 1, $2.40. The Wheatley entry paid defeated .Britain's Mike VQprvirp Ppnf
Coleman ph 1 0 0 and to show. mile was in front. From thereon
to $3.10
$2.60 place U.S. Davis Cupper from. Sangster W *-3
Kcovgn 'ph : 1 .0 ] 7-9,10-8 in Sat
I i Totals 32 II 4 Those who hadn't seen Miss she widened the gap to spoil other CLEANINGREPAIRING

ClHClMOtl ......... 3 Cavandish win the CoachingClub Wheatley Stable's bid for its urday's semifinal
..... ....
Houston .1. .1 The-final will mark the'third
American, Monmouth and ,,12th stakes victory of the year. Cubs' Star
t-Edwards. meeting of Ralston and
McKinley

Cincinnati 10. Delaware Oaks were somewhat Silwall dropped back to ]
28-Edwards, SO fearful as Howard Grant fourth, six lengths out of the this year. Ralston beat his S "W Rod
HR-Bond (17) SB Davis teammate :
SF-cardenu. 2 dropped the little filly into last money. Then came, Time For Ernie Banks Cup in1 the finals '
I 0 of ThemMotor Out"
. 0 place with Silwall cutting out Bed, Sabemar Petite Rouge the Pennsylvania Grass
Moloney Henry ... ..' ..... I the She and Sweet Witch. Court Tournament and in the final
,'. 1 early pace. was some Block
Purkey Bruce .L.e-7...... : : Is Honored of the .National Clay Court
Owens W. 5-7 .... --- Championships Flushed
.. :
/ Woodeshlck.Maloney HBP-By 3. Portcey Owens.Jo"i'r.CI iii. AT ARLINGTON (AP) An infield McKinley and Ralston teamed. ,We _Pick-Up & Deliver_
-t1t. 0 e in for 6.44 decision over Gene
:
1 1 by 3,000 youngsters
Scott of St"James N.Y. and
0 0 Bill
Piret 1 1 League uniforms and a RADIATOR :SHOP
PITTSBURGH Tosmah Victor in Bond of LaJolla Callfin doubles
ek r k 0 1 III' 1 of about 25,000 helped ho: semifinal. ;- a White Electric
Bailey 3b S' 2 'I' 0 0 Ernie Banks of the Chicago
Vlrdon cf 5. 1 0 II
Marty RIessen
Evanston
Clemente rf 2 1 0 0 0 Saturday. cf &
Lynch H 41 00 :3 0 : CHICAGO (AP) Tosmah, 3 Tosmah and Miss Khalwar I It the first time in history Di.- and Clark: Graebner, of' .Battery
Mote If .' was -
Sternal Ib S' 1 3 3 year-old filly, won the $81,55C jattled from the start into the the Cubs had'officially Beachwood, Ohio, defeated Service
MazeVikl 2b 4 1 1 Matron at Arlington Park Satur. backstretch turn for the lead. '
3' 1 -0 day for an active Frank Froehling 0( 'Coral Gables -
MeWnpr-C M 4. 0. 2. ? \ \ I San-3 day by about one-half length :Coming around the home turn, a F1a ,and Charlie Pasarell : 118 N.W. 8th Aye.

Alley San over Old Hat.Tosmah Tosmah streaked ahead by four of Puerto Rico W FR 2-8581
yeah f Banks stood at home plate be- .. M. in the
CI'rde'ft I Oil lengths and Old Hat, never far other
Totals U S 13 owned by Briardale Ws wife, Ms father, Ed semifinal
piir' ; ::; :; : Farms of Estel Manor, N.J., off the pace, came up to the :, his twin sons, Jerome I
I CbIcsIs ..::::::::::: : :: SO challenge in a close finish. Old and
3 and ridden by Sammy Boulem- the'plaudits
\ '--------- Joel receiving
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E-$ertelU Voole.. : 1 1-miles Hat was closing in for the last I A VERY I
y Chicago 3. $ 0 tis, raced the 1! inp1:492.5. various speakers ranging ,
.. 4 20 yards but couldn't quite catch I
Jacks .
I.2B4tSre'It, *' teammate Larry
the winner.
'
Santo .(%3) $ ; National League President I :

Ve.McI..fW..41." ................. : :rican BoxesNight The victory was worth $49,050to Giles. Special PurchaseiI1'S

RuM ..a.... ..... I the winner's owner, Anthony and
MantZLl-4 ...... Plaques, certificates
.... Game Imbesi soft drink bottler in
".n. NEW YORK BALTIMORE a including a dlamong ring
eoo h M abrhbi abrhbi I
1 1 Llnz ss 4 1 2 1 R'tfs'n cf 4021 New Jersey. a station wagon, were pre
1 0 Rich'OS'n :2b 4 0 1 1 Aparicio ss 4010 to Banks, who had an be
SK 0 0 Marls rf 4 1 0 0 Siebern Ib 2100
PITTSBUaOH : 0 0 Mantle d 4022 Powell If 3100 U.S. Senior do to contain the $-year-
.U II 0 0 Tresh If 5000 Brandt cf; 0000 .
the
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cf 1 1 0 0 Pepitone Ib 4110 Bowens rf 3110
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Lynch If 300 0 0 Sheldon D 2000 Brown c 1 0 0opei 0 Recaptures
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Mazerk12b11 1 : 0 0 Haddix p 0000Totals in Cub history, said
Alley u 30 1 41 34454 Totals 20504 LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) -
thank God for,
I want to
Law P 1 -11 New York .. ., .. 200 000 110-4 "I
FI'HIe ph 1' .. .. senior tennis players recaptured -
U.S. American
Tat.. Sli 7 I 1 I a Itl more eoo oi> lOx-I I me an and
E None. DP New York 2. LOB -
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Chkeae .......... I Till 2B-Llnz. Mantle Howard Richardson, Saturday, completing a clean ball'player.!'
E. Robinson. HR-B Robinson (18). S- I league '
E-Romovsky.: I (14). Richardson Haddix. sweep of eight matches with the REG. '$12.99
burgh 5. Chicago j IP H R ER BB SO
Vlrdon. 3I< SO Sheldon .. 523S 2 2 2 Canadian team.Victories Sets Record
SB-Rodgers L. 7-2 .. 1.3 1 2
2 1
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Law. U Mi .... I 0 1 1 Ford Barber.... W....M 1 4134. 0 3 .3 2 4 01 I three doubles matches, along PHILADELPHIA (AP) ,. Let .t- ,

$,rt ..... ,, 1 2 Haddix .. ......11-32 1 1 2 3,,with Friday's four triumphs, 16, of the Vesper Club $997
L.Burte HBr-,By W *.erk S ; A.-0 Hall T-J:.47.....A..-..47,454.. 11-3 0 0 0 0 2 sewed up the 16th annual inter- the world record ia the 1-

0-11.434. ., national competition for players -metu women's free style

LOS ANGELES First came WASHINGTON 45 and over. Canada has won Friday in the opening: of

PHILADaLPHIA k M, abrhbi ebrhbi only once and that was last Eastern United States
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Perry cf 5010 Blasiame 2b 5 1 3 2 ,
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cf S J 1 0 Power Ib 5010 Brumley c 5010 year ,
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and diving
1 1
Alien 3b 4 2 0 0 Smith If 4l2lLock cf 3100, In the lone singles match,
Wine 3b Rodgers c 3010 Kirkland If 4000
1 1 Millikan of
Thomas Ib 4 1 Clinton rf 3010 Phillips Ib 4131 M.Sgt. William B.
1 0
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0 the doubles match to :
tunning p 4 Adcock ph 1000Koppe In only _'I
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.2203' 2 2 1 1 Teerimrifif uaa..mocoa-m
Hannah W. 4-4 -.. 4135 I 1 2 7 Bowling Association will bold its! cold snap to avoid fighting .00.

PMILADILPMIA.. 'III' r 0 h 1 M 0 WP-Kelso. T-2-31 first general meeting Wednesj j a balky heater when the .;.;. ,for that ejxtaa tocch Quality,ft look*

GonZile Z cf A' I 1 I Second Game at 7:30 at Palm temperature tumbles and
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If 4 1 calls. '
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emergency
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MemSrn 0 1 2
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O5_ Gainesville; Sun Sunday. August 16 1964 1 .


j Milk Commission Offers \

t BUSINESS M MARKET 1

REPORT _



I I REVIEW 9'I 'Plan on 'Imported' Milk j J I




r Stock Turnover Doldrums
, Big Hopes ORLANDO (AP-A plan designed Frank Leverette, commission with distributors at less than happened to be 55.5 cents a gal-

to put milk given by administrator, said that additionally -the minimum price were moti- lon, the farmer would receivean

Florida cows on an equal competitive some distributors have vated by fear that they would average of about 50.5 cents

For AutosIn And What It Could Mean footing with cheaper been paying Florida farmers lose their market. for all his milk. .

milk imported from other states less than the minimum price Langley introduced the commission Langley said that under the

has been laid before the state guaranteed them by the commission plan. Under it, he said, plan, the distributor would make

milk industry.The for their milk. This currently the commission would set a about the same profit using cither -
1965 absent from the market. But shares a day for an extended
Sforo l ark wftttt.
is 58.25 cents a gallon in minimum price-a blend price.As alternative. "We feel this
By ALBERT L. KRAUS one thing is practically certain: period of time, thus, is likely surprise plan was offered "
the and central he will be he said.
: Tampa Bay an example, suggested an equalizer,
which to be followed volume Friday at the tag end of FlorIda -
A succession of days in by falling a
NEW YORK-On Wall Street
2m tfork QJtmr 1 Florida areas, and 57.25 centsin 55.5 cents a gallon, but said a Mallory Home of Tallahassee,
four million fewer shares is and declining prices. Volume Milk Commission meeting.
By DAVID R. JONES the biggest worry isn't always or north Florida. definite price has not been arrived commission attorney, said the
under four million shares Then the commission which
traded will not persist. a ,
stock For it is
DETROIT prices. many Leverette was given authority at. would be to encourage
Mich.The Unit- Peter L. Bernstein of Bern- day is certain to be followed by formulated it, recessed the purpose
volume. to these distributors that A distributor could out of distributors enter into full
to
; warn
ed States automobile industry, go
Inc. rising volume which could meeting for two weeks to let the
stein-Macauley, registered i
which is serving as a major This includes brokers whose unless they make full payment state to buy all the milk he supply contracts with Florida
industry chew it. I
advisers notes that mean either on
investment rising
income depends primarily on prices or before Aug. 24, they face actionto wanted, Langley said but would I producers instead of going out
' for the nation's economic
prop commissions. It includes back- stock exchange volume tends to only a brief period of falling It will be discussed when the price'
r. revoke their licenses. have to pay this minimum of state for milk.
! expansion, 1965 sales to
expects cling doggedly to long term prices. I meeting resumes at 9:30 a.m.
office[ clerks whose bonuses
are Two producer organizations for any Florida milk he pur- Initial reaction was not favor.
this record
equal year's pace. trends. During the postwar period !- Bernstein notes that Aug. 27 in Tallahassee.
That is the forecast from tied closely to through requested the commission to approve -chased. able, however. Some industry
turnover. It annual turnover has ranged May of this year, volume was Purpose of the plan was to special contracts with distributors Available also would be an alternate representatives questioned not
economists for the leading auto even includes Week between 11 and 15 per cent in above its normal range but lift the industry out of the chaos under which the farm- price structure. Under only the practicality. but the legality -

companies here who for the lower echelon all but five years. I more recently it has been low. resulting from federal court rulings -ers would accept less than the i this plan, the distributor could of the proposal.
two have been notably
past conservative years their -personnel at.the in Largely because of stock The most amazing aspect of the that the commission could commission established mini- enter into an agreement to buy Claude Kelley, an official of

r in predic New York Stock splits and the migration of issues two Southeast Asian selloffs a not discriminate against out-of- mum price. One request was' all his milk from Florida pro- Foremost Dairies, said the in-

tions. The auto industry, as a Exchange who Businessar from the over-the-counter week ago, he says, was that state milk. The rulings cut the withdrawn, and action on the ducers-a so-called "full supply dustry had shown a great deal

large employer and consumerof e similarly market, the number of shares volume did not swell to eight foundation from under much of other was postponed.E. contract." of harmony in reaching agreement

goods, exerts significant influence rewarded, listed' on the New York Stock million or nine million sharesa the t commission's regulatory Robert Langley of Jacksonville The price he would pay the on a proposalintroducedearlier

i on economic trends. These people and possibly the 1 Exchange is expected to reach day. structure.As acting chairman, said the farmer for his Class I milk in the meeting-to sim-

This forecast comes at a critical collectors of state and federal nine billion within the next few Even if the market is acting a result, some Florida milk evidence was conclusive that would be the same as the blend ply reduce the current minimum

time for the industry. transfer taxes tend to pace up I I weeks-six months sooner than poorly under conditions of low distributors have stopped buy some distributors had created price established under the first producer prices to 55.5 cents.

i Automobile manufacturers this and down in a week like last I expected, and barely a year after volume, he adds, the first signsof ing milk from some Florida fear throughout the industry by alternate. He would pay lower This would put Florida milkon

week will begin unveiling their one when daily average volume the eight billion share mark a return to normal may farmers and gone out of state going out of state for milk. He prices for Classes two, three a competitive footing without
rep-
new 1965 models, upon w hi c h falls to the lowest levels of the I was reached.On resent an unusual buying op-, to buy cheaper milk. said producers seeking contracts and four milk. If the top priceTaxpayers' : of state milk, he said.
they are spending an estimated
year. this basis, Bernstein esti- portunity.

$1 billion for tooling. And the In price, the market recovered -mates, volume should hold with- Bernstein watches the American .

industry is only two weeks away much of the ground lost in a range of four million to 5% Stock Exchange volume Sales Gas Group 4 Sentenced

from the expiration of labor con- in the two sharp selloffs the million shares. There could and its relation to big board ,

tracts with United Automobile week before, occasioned by the be however brief periods of 10 volume for indication of

Workers union, which is seek- United States retaliatory actionin million shares. There couldor participation an in the market.public Tax Show BudgetsStudies In AttemptedFEC
Studying
ing a large share of the pros- the Gulf of Tonkin. The New even months of six millionto Normal American board ac

perity.A York Times 50-stock combined eight million share days tivity would be about 1.3 million ]-,
prol 0 n g e d automobile ended the week at within normal July Spurt WreckMIAMI
average expectancy. to 1.4 million shares a day. of the proposed city sociation that one problem facing
strike, or a poor public response 94.68, up 4.81. These :variations .from the Activity on the American lis! and county budgets for the com the county is the removal

to the new 1965 models In activity;! however, tradingwas norm could have important con- in excess of 1.7 million or 1.8: July sales and gasoline tax ing fiscal year are being made each year of more property (AP-Four men were

could upset the industry's fore- at its lowest ebb. Only the sequences for stock prices. For million shares a day, he says,, collections leaped upward from by the Alachua County Taxpayers -from the tax rolls. sentenced Friday to terms up to

cast. But barring that, or an holiday shortened Memorial more than 60 years, he finds, would be an indication of grow June's figures, spurred by the Assn., a Gainesville As an example, Smith said, 15 years fo r attempting to
unexpected international crisis, Day 'week, in which 17,296,410 prices have risen when turnover I
-
ing speculative fever American'I onset of the summer tourist season group whose members include 2,000 acres were taken off the wreck a Florida East Coast
auto economists express confi- shares changed hands, show is high and fallen when Exchange volume irt excess ol lawyers, landowners, builders i -tax rolls for right of way for
dence that next year will be at smaller turnover so far this turnover is low. Opposite move- 40 per cent of big board volumefor and businessmen.The Interstate 75. Railway train.

least as good as 1964. year. ments have occurred less than an extended period of time, Sales tax collections in Ala- Smith said the decrease in The four, all members of
Most auto makers expect Such a situation is not un, 30 per cent of the time and nev- he adds, would mean the marketwas : association, at a reactivation -
chua County were $236,051, up night amount of taxable property is striking rail unions, were accused -
sales this year to pass 8.1 mil common for August, when many er lasted. "entering dangerous wa. meeting Thursday
17 cent from collections in appointed several committees to offset at present by increasingvalue. of trying to derail
lion units which would easily I brokers and their customers .areIndustrial: Volume of seven million ters. per a
The net increase is $4
(top record sales of 7.7 million, June of $201,309. In 1963, July study business and taxes. million to $5 million a year, freight train with dynamite near

set only last year. When import dropped slightly from June collections One committee was assignedto due to growth. Vero Beach last March.

sales retail sales are deducted of domestically, they say built, Production Up with collections of conduct a membership drive, Paul Selle, appointed to gather John W. Davis, 28, St. Lucie,
interested in
; and $162,762 signing up persons data about the proposed city
$162,498
cars this year are likely to approach respectively the local tax picture. was sentenced to 15 years for
said he will obtain the
million. That would budget,
7.7 for the two months.
his conviction on all three
,j be the highest since a record Alachua County Tax AssessorJ. information from City ManagerBill
7.4 million domestic cars were I Unemployment Rate DropsWASHINGTON Gasoline tax collections in Pierce Smith told the as- Green when it is available.J. counts of the federal indictment.

\ sold in 1955.Economists. the county in July were $207 R. Lowry president, said Joseph Leo Vedder, 33, Miami,

predict 1965 sales 071 on nearly 3 million gallons,, Aden Keeter, a member will got 10 years for the same con-
\ (AP) The the July jobless rate at a seasonally cent with SIte Wins discuss the
at between 7.8 million and 8.4 -( per compared 5.7 per up 12 per cent from June's tallyof county's budget picture viction.
I million units, with the majority nation's economic boom passednew adjusted figure of 4.9 cent during the same period last with Howard Weston, ad-
t\\
milestones last month as cent the first time $176,243. In 1963, collectionsin ministrative assistant the
forecasting volume of at least per in 4 year. to John Katsikos, 40, of Hialeah,

$$1.J 8.1 million units. That woul d factory production scored an years the, rate dropped below 5 1 Automobile production contin- July were $185,260 and in I Beauty Title county commission, and reportto convicted on only one count,
i 11th consecutive advance and cent. June $175,892.Collections the association.
domestic sales of per ued at a record level, although were (
represent car was sentenced to five years imprisonment -
more than 7.7 million, and about the government reported a The average unemploymentrate there were some cutbacks in and comparisonsfor LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) Committee appointments are:
450,000 import sales. Only one breakthrough in the fight for the first seven monthsof preparation for the annual model A girl who has everything Membership: J i ra String- but under a split-
against unemployment. 1964, the bureau said, was 5.3 changeover. surrounding counties as reported fellow, chairman, William C. sentence provision of the stat-
economist predicts a decline, beauty, brains and social stand-
the Florida Revenue.
by
Industrial production for July Andrews, Sidney Grossman
and he admits he is being con- ing today reigns as Miss In- utes will serve only six monthsin
Commission
servative. was 5Vz per cent higher than a : ternational. Henry Barber and John Bras- jail.

year ago and stood at 132.7 on! NEW YORK TIMES Bradford Sales taxes last! ington. '
Auto executives in past AVERAGES AUG. 14. :
years Roads Woodrow Fletcher The balance of his term will
the Federal Reserve Board's in- ,: Miss Gemma Teresa Guer- : ,
(c) New York Times .
for i month $19,204 in June
gained a reputation being dex of factory and mine output were rero Cruz, 21, a historical writer chairman, S. M. Wall, Kenneth be suspended and he will be on

incorrigible ootimists, who pre- that uses 100 for the 1957-59 High Low Close Net Chg. $16,379 and a year ago $15,798.. at the National Museum in Ma- Gibbs, Dashwood Hicks and probation for 54 months on the
dicted sales higher than realistic I 25 Rails 148.04 Gasoline tax collections last t
146.53 145.30 Off .51 !
period as a base. : nila, the Philippines, Friday Perry McGriff. condition that he engage in
in order to I 25 Industrials 848.30 month $55,814 in June
837.62 were ,
expectations 842.47 Off .62 Legislative Keeter chairman
The Labor Department, ana- night won the International] : : neither union nor strike activi-
business confidence. : 50 Stocks 498.17 492.07 494.68 Off .57 were $50,460 and a year ago I
generate lyzing employment and unemployment I Beauty Congress' top prize. R. L. Henderson, W. D. ties.
But in 1963 and 1964, -sales have figures for the first $53,389. I Reynolds, R. L. Saunders and
exceeded even the industry's With the title came a $10,000 Selle. The fourth defendant, Hugh
seven months of 1964, reportedthat Clay: Sales tax collections in
STOCK
best forecasts. : cash prize. Schools: Jack McGriff, Wino, 65, Miami, received the
employment during the period FLASHESEast July were $26,166, in June $24- I
Auto companies will make chairman Selle Fred same sentence as Katsikos.He .
Sibley
averaged 1.6 million above MARKET 349 and a yaar ago were $18- Second place went to the
their biggest model changes and Flake Parker. too, was found guilty on
1963 levels. At the same time 465. Gasoline tax collections in I American Beauty, Linda Ann
this in a decade, and pro- Publicity Harold Gertner only one count of the indict-
year the labor force increased by an NEW YORK (AP-The stock 'about the world situation July were $50,880, in June $46,- Taylor. 18. of San Dieso. Calif. : ,
ducers the changes to chairman Bob Charles ment to wreck
attempting
expect Clayton, a
average of only 1.4 million. market last week posted its which included crises in Cyprus -097 and a yar ago were $35,805. She was followed by Miss Brazil
the market an added lift. Denny Jr. and Pete Bethel. train.
give
"Recent improvements appear -first: weekly advance in four > and the Congo as well as Vera Lucia Couto dos Santos -
The 1965 model changes will to have broken the 10-year weeks as fears quieted about Viet Nam-and also some hesti- Dixie: Sales tax collections in I 20, a Rio de Janiero college

reach huge proportions mainly in the involvement in Southeast tation about the July were $6,981, in June $7,976 student Miss the
uptrend unemployment, a presidential I ; England, Pierce ernlVI h
because the three big auto com department's Bureau, of Labor Asia military confrontation.But election: and a year ago $5,823. Gasoline Trace Ingram, 21, a model from ,WulI y'

panies-General Motors Corp.,, Statistics concluded. the volume of 19,324,510 Economic news, included collections were $23,473, $17,962 Newcastle on Tyne, and Miss I C., rp.
Ford Motor Co., and Chrysler further and $20,096 for the three pe Finland 33V2 N. MAIN ST. PHot{ ]al j I
will make basic body Last week, the bureau had put shares was the lighest for any increases in plans for Maila Maria Ostring, ,

Corp.shell- in the five-day trading week since the capital spending by industry a riods. 20, a student from Tampere- Members New ork Stock Exchange __ .
changes mas -
week 10 1963 when rise in industrial production to I ..-- I
volume Chevrolet, Ford and ending Aug. Gilchrist: Sales tax collectionsin
Plymouth lines..This will be the Haiti Fears 18,042,010 shares changed another new high, an increase July were $6,631, in June $3-

first time that has happened in Rebel Attacks' hands.931,659 a It week compared ago. with 21- in big weekly gain in steel auto output sales. and a 956 and a year ago $4,463. and Gas AIR CONDITION NOW!

the same year since the 1955 taxes were $20,318, $7,227
The Dow Jones
industrial
The dull trading, analysts average -
models. In addition, American $10,369 for the three periods.
PORT AU PRINCE,' Haiti said reflected continued doubt last week rose 9.65 to

Motors Corp., will make more AP) President Francois Du- 83881. Levy: Sales tax collections in Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer

than routine changes. 1 valier's government.:braced The Associated Press aver- July were $21,364, in June $17-I .

f Chrysler will unveil its n e.w for the possibility of further U.S. Youth Free age of 60 stocks advanced 2.2 to 674 and July a year ago $20-
models this week in New York
rebel attacks. .f BEAT
316.5. 576. Gas taxes for the three periods -
and other companies will follow Road blocks were manned on I SALE
After'SluO'O'inO' Of 1,507 issues traded on the were $59,243, $50,341 and
through mid September. Automakers roads leading to the capital, OD O
New York Stock Exchange, 884 $57,696. THE HEAT
already have begun to And on one street corner the:
E. Ger. Guard advanced and 470 declined.
produce the 1965 models, and body of a dead rebel fighter was Marion: Sales tax collectionsin I
they will be in dealers' showrooms -I I displayed in an effort to show The rise was very slow in July were $216,859 in June BEAT THE HEAT \VITH RED HOT PRICES
BERLIN (AP) U.S. author- getting under On LARGEST FEDDERS
around Sept. 23-25. the government's strength.business way. Monday were $183,842 and in July a AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDAand
ities are amazed that the East prices were mixed as volume Gas taxes ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.
German regime did not imprison -sank to the lowest level in a year ago $174,203.

I ,-.... ..,, _u.__._ '" .- a American college were $209,472, $181,784 and $187- We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners.
:- ": ""':- X ':-:: ....... .... young year.
m. for the three monthly
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student who says he slugged Stocks rallied in fairly brisk pe I a first class unit with good prices.

: E three Communist border guardsin fashion on Wednesday on lackof riods. I COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices.

I- ..,;... a dispute over money. bad international news Putnam: Sales tax collectionswere I *- .

I t! brief = '.: The student, James Connor, The market advance resumedon $74,413 in July, $70,108 in:, "i We only sell units that we know are the best to buy.
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told State Thursday. Much WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL
::': 19, of Glenside, Pa., strength June and $51.826 in July 1963.

'..7 _.f. Department, officials Friday was credited to "replacement Gas taxes were $80,377, $77,777 I
] ,!t-;! -.t .,. ,,, !that the RedS d.det'aiMd him buying" by traders who had !
< : : .. ::. :::::<:: : : ..,, I 1 and $80,422 for the three S All units arc Flush
r '" 'i' '" i" ;m r InUII:::";>> :tI
sold late week Mounted.TfcerntMttt. HfMA Cools Mo.stur. Delivered
three hours' lie said he had a ago, waiting months.
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JOINS RADIO STAFF strUck who had said the for some sign as to how the ITU Sq. Remonl Price
j man; Mrs. Marie Waggoner,, a guard :I Rating Amps Volts p:. ph. hr. of Unit
Cliff Walden will join the early ,American, rocker;' Henry German marks he had events in Asia would work out. Union: Sales tax collectionswere : 0 4,500 8 115 250 1.5

staff of radio station WUWU Wunderlich, early American purchased in:West Berlin wouldbe Prices lost their steam around $4,040 in July, $2,601 in Controlled 5.000 8 SII 290 1.7 109.88

here tomorrow as sales man- chair; Mrs. George Singleton, nf1Scated. mid-session Friday. June and $2,816 in July 1963.I I.2.3 Speed Fan, 6,200 'V2 115 87S 1.3 128.97 152.50

ager and ,morning announcer, boudoir chair; Mrs. ,Jennie Connor, a junior at Holy.Cross Bond prices drifted lower last Gas taxes were $15.251, $13,156 i Slide-out Chassis 10,000 11 230 375 2.'5 181.97

according to Leon Mims, own- Simmons, marble table; and College, is hitchhiking through week, apparently in a modest and $10,331 for the three 14,000 11 230 610 4.6 199.97

er manager of the station.' Mrs. Beatrice Godwin, drapery Europe. reaction to continuing interna- months. I All Certified NEMA 15,000 1 1.6 230 920 4 215.00
tional tensions. I CN-I Rated.
Walden also will
present a fabric. 16.500 13.6 230
Long-term U.S. The gasoline tax figures include 1,000 4.5 125.00
and music government
country western I Prices include
show Though-normal retirement age bonds led the decline. four cents federal and, Delivery. I.Year: j7,5 12 230 1 ,040 S 23S.00
on the station from 5 to Corporate -
7:30 a.m., Monday through The custom of calling the eldest -in the United States is 65, many bonds moved a shade low- three cents state tax. Of the I Service on Parts rLabor 19,000 13.6 230 1.160.3 211.3.97
son of the British sovereignthe distinguished people have remained I ..cI5 Years 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 S.4 266.75
said Mims. state tax, two cents is rebated
Saturday, I Prince of Wales dates backto extraordinarily produc- qer.Volume Warranty en Sealed 25,000 16 230 1.500 8 304.50
He has resided here since 1959 cn the exchange totaled directly to the counties, but not Refrigeration Systems. _
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Edward I of England. Edward's tive late in life.. Verdi finished I _ _ _
and is Mason, Shriner and $37.29 million par value,: on the same basis as collec I
,first son was born in a the opera "Falstaff" at 80, down from week tions. Counties also i
member of the Lions Club. a ago's $45.70 deceive a GAINESVILLE'S'LOWEST PRICES LOW INSTALLATION COST
castle in the Welsh district of G o e t he completed "Faust" million. fraction of the third cent.

Caernarvon. He is said to have shortly before his death at 83; I
WIN DOOR PRIZES
Winners of door prizes awarded held up the baby publicly, saying the Greek dramatist :Sophocles Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50
; give'you a W 1sh prince, wrote "Oedipus,Rex'"at 75 and I STATION OPERATORONE
during the grand opening of 100 DOWN PAYMENT-24 PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGES
born i.1.Wales. "Oedipus at Colonus" at 89. t : MONTHS TO
Furniture
Lowry's Store last
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week comp were D)' as announced follows: by" ,toe\ 'Ettablithed Florida stock 'brokerage firm is in .the OF GAINESVILLE'S 'TOP 5" I w. s.ii .j

Mrs. D, D Day, mattress and process of ,expanding' retail soles. Interested in SERVICE STATIONS FOR LEASE I Central In: C.B.S.E. Bohannon Jr1

box' springs;' R. W. Rutter. a Ikensed registered, representatives who desire opportunity .$5000.00 Cash and Good Credit Required. I Air Conditioning I I ,
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Down . down . down .l he once during this time does a mermaid
goes untn she reaches the 117 Vi foot take a breath of surface air. The performance .
mark where her air hose is pulled from is so strenuous that a girl is

her grasp. Now she's left with no air .[i. allowed to do only three shows a day.
supply the pressure against her body "
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Is 60 pounds per square inch! With courage
of steel and nerves to match, she mermaids must undergo highly specialized
'i training and long hours of daily
begins to ascend, slowly at first, and exhaling ;
as she rises. If she fails to equal- ; practice before they are capable of do-

ize the pressure on her body, she could #... c.... .'.'. ',.. ing a show before a live audience.A .
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: paralysis of the deep. ,7f1 spectacular is the fact that most of these .
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This is just one of the unbelievable 80 mermaids are mere youngsters just
1 tasks accomplished by the "Beauties of out of high school. After a girl has
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the Deep" at Weeki Wachee Spring in been accepted, she begins to learn difficult -
Florida an underwater fairyland of acrobatic maneuvers: to feed fish
,. beautiful live mermaids, make believe from her hands; eat and drink while
dragons and mysterious sea shells. submerged; and perform other crowd-

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Mermaid, has accomplished.. Peggy, rr"JM/if aYa c, Wachee Mermaid, a girl must be: ath
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Campbell letic, graceful, and have no fear of the
:: is a graduate of Gainesville High K water. Surprisingly, she needn't be an
School and attended Central Florida ;
"" expert swimmer. The act mainly requires -
.' : ; Junior College last year. training in breath control and un-

It takes a girl of exceptional ability derwater rhythm with very little
and perfect health to be able to perform conventional swimming. A girl normally
_. the routines of her at serves a three-to-six month
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Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Campbell, is now a Junior
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a Held Picnic By Tea Compliments September Bride-to-Be #!fIIj.. t


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R-"" a .,, wwfi M nCSra ., fl TODAY August 16Breakfast'honoringthe elect of Don Jennings, 8 p.m.,
<: ;ro I.ff::;: < 3.a"
i W. G. Johnson and
}} Kope- Mrs. Mrs.
SPilots .1 > re't lowitz Schneider wedding par- Eugene Robinson hostesse at I
.. 9 the Johnson home, 1720 NW
; ty and out of town guests,
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Fllot Rf Sy!'S ......fi .Mr 12th Street.
t 7 i:N" 'A ' Club
i .' Included a picnic ;: Grossman, uncle and aunt of FRIDAY, August 21
supper Friday evening at the I ., the bride .Gainesville Golf and Coffee honoring Miss Mar-
home of Mrs. Joe Crevasse, ftt ,
Country Club.Wedding tha Jane Edwards bride-
when families of the mem- : of Miss Davida Ko- elect of Doug Davis of Valdosta ,

bers were special guests. J !; pelwitz, daughter. of, Mr. and Ga., noon Mrs. Leo J.
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During the late afternoon TTJ Mrs. Max Kopelowitz, and Victor Thomas and Mrs. S. A. Hus-
and early evening hours, Sidney Schneider, son of Dr. sey Jr. hostesses at the for-
J .. club members and guests enjoyed z. I and Mrs. Nathan J.. Schneider kmers's home, 530 NW 23rd.
-. swimming in the Crevasse I of Jacksonville, 3:30:: pm.! Hillel Rehearsal dinner honoringthe
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I pool.Yesterday. tt Foundation. Post Jennings wedding
I the club sponsored THURSDAY, August 20 party at the home of Mr.
a rummage sale at the, i Miscellaneous shower'honoring and Mrs. L. W. Robinson, 1720 I
Birdsey Lot with Miss Virginia Miss Dorian Post, bride- NW 12th Street, 7 p.m.
Morgan as chairman of I
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Future events scheduled in- If ? \('" ,,J :aP a ; Bridge' Club NotesBy !1
clude a dinner meeting Fri- {, ;. !
day, August 28 with state fJ
.....:. ,..' JOHN E., CRAPS Gray and L. H. Robbins were
This
club officials as guests. .
I ."t.t Mrs. L. A. Garrard and Dr.I. third with 61. v!
; -- meeting is listed at the Prim- .
rose Inn.Saturday. T. Gilson were the North- Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Living- 1
South winners in the Wednesday .
'= September 12, a ston led the East West field \
evening master point
one day work shop is being game of the Gainesville with 74. They were followedby J

planned. Mrs. W. E. Evans ., I Bridge Club with 81 match Mrs. W. H. Miller and /

will be in charge of the ar l ,. '' '>,,., ..v....,.' :l points. There were seven ta- Mrs. F. S. Hubbard with 69,
rangements. <" and the and Mr. F. J. Hoffer and
:". ', ,. .. f bles in competition
: ; NtiC ,. average score for all pairswas Mrs R. M. Walbeck with 65. j
Post-J ennings 63.Van The club will hold its next

Wedding Date _t .idi',..::,l _, A Y>> '.r4. a ,.:< ',w_, Heath, A.Jr.,May finished and second Rufus game at at the 7:30 Recreation tomorrow evening Cen-- t

Set August 23 with 78%, and Mrs. H. L. ter. Visitors are welcome.
As one of a round of courtesies feting Miss Martha Jane Edwards of Irvine,
Plans for the wedding of whose marriage to Harry Douglas Davis of Valdosta, Ga., will take place
Miss Dorian Ruth Post, September 26, a tea was given recently at the home of Mrs. O. N. Harer.Pictured IN 1007o NYLON JERSEY I IJf.
daughter of Mrs. Warren with the bride-elect, third from the left, are her mother, Mrs. L. K. .
Post, and Donald Erb Jennings Edwards Jr. of Irvine, who is standing next to her, and the four hostesses, left
..=. son of Mr. and Mrs. to right, Mrs. L. William Graham, Miss Robin Graham, Mrs. Harper and Mrs.
W. N. Allen of Chattanooga, W. G. Boltin Jr. The Edwards-Davis nuptials will be solemnized in the First .
: Tenn., are announced today. Baptist Church of Ocala. ... Yr
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.::- event of Sunday, August 23, OPEN -I 5 ft. *
=. at 2:30: p.m. in the North NewcomersMonday Hostess Trio I TIL 9:00: 4 I n. *

Central Baptist Church with night at 7:30: the MONDAYS, THURS- .
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: Rev. N. B. Langford officiat- Gainesville Newcomers will DAYS AND FRIDAYS. or under tcJf. f 1
ing. meet at the City Recreation -
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A reception will be held In Center. Fetes BridetobeMiss 7'Jf. sF
::L the church dining hall im- Last Sunday, the club held i
: mediately following the cere- its annual family picnic at
Shannon Kay Wellsof miscellaneous shower at the s
mony. Keystone Beach, Keystone
: Friends of the couple are Heights. Following 1 u n ch, High Springs, bride-elect, home of Mrs. C. A. King, "PETITEMAKER"NYLON
1213 N.W. 39th Ave.
Invited to attend. games featured the afternoon. was honored last night with a
Co hostesses with Mrs. .,' '
King were Mrs. Earl Rogers JERSEY

Ii Ruth Peeler-D. W. Maxwell and Mrs. Eddie Fisher.
Miss Wells is to be married PRINT FOR

1 September 6 to Charles Nor- {,,' ,
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=- JACKSONVILLE Miss liam Thompson Bright, sister Gourley of Gainesville assisted ton Crawford, Margarita, Ca- THE SHORTER ae n .'\ ..."*ft..i." .
II = Ruth Irene Peeler and Doug- of the bride, matron of in the courtesies.Mrs. nal Zone.A < .
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las Williamson Maxwell repeated honor, and Mrs. David Alex- B. Arneson Newnam white lace cloth over WOMANS41OR < .< ;:,. :
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i : their wedding vows ander Maxwell, Rivers i de, kept the guest book. blue was used on the serving : ; =
Saturday afternoon in the In- Conn., sister-in-law of the For traveling, the bride table with blue candles, novelty .? .
: man Memorial Metho d i s t bridegroom. chose a yellow linen suit, bride and bridegroom sets, UNDER) .. "
Church of Jacksonville with They wore pale blue polished yellow and white accessories, and tiny white wedding bells S ," ..
:- Rev. Spivey Madison Brab- cotton dresses, pillboxeswith and wore the orchid. from her completed the decorations.Ivy SIZES 8 TO 18 "
J : ham as the officiating minis- tiny maline veils and bridal corsage. and other greenerywere ,
... ter. carried bouquets of yellow used in the living room. "
After September 1, Mr. and
: Formerly Miss Ruth Irene daisies. Mrs. Maxwell will be at homeat Miss Wells was presented a 13.99THE ........
: Peeler, the bride is the-daughter -.-- .Best-man wasDavid. Alex- 2933 Justina Road in Jack- corsage of pink carnationsand "
.. of Mrs William Fletcher ander 'Maxwell, Riverside, sonville, where the bride- her mother, Mrs. Sam
: Peeler of Jacksonville and the Conn., brother of the bride- groom is trust officer for the Wells received a white car- DRESS THAT'S JUST THE tTSS
late Reverend Peeler, who groom. Ushers included William Barnett National Bank. nation corsage. The host- TICKET FOR TRAVEL arrive as fresh as
t = formerly lived in Gainesville. Thompson Bright, broth- Gainesville guests attendingthe esses' gift to Miss Wells was you started in this packable wonder! It's >.
t Her paternal grandparents er-in-law of the bride; John wedding were Miss Ruth silver in her chosen pattern. 100% washable nylon -jersey and designedFIT
t = are the late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Jack Lowder and Peeler and Miss Myrtle Peeler After games, the honoreewas YOU AS IF BY MAGIC! Short sleeves
\ Rowan Bascom Peeler of Capt. Robert Voyles of Pat- aunts of the bride Rev. invited to search t he
=- Gainesville. rick Air Force Base, Fla. and Mrs. Edward Berckman; wedding bell decorations for jewel neck buttons parade down the frc
i? The bridegroom is the son Mrs. Peeler entertained Mr. and Mrs. Richard helpful advice and instruc- two-by-two. Self-belt. Softly pleated skirt
: of Mrs. Douglas Pierce Max with a reception in Fe 11 ow- Gourley, Mrs. William Stin- tions for finding her gifts. keeps you lithesome for on-the-go pleasures

:... well of Greenwich, Conn., ship Hall after the ceremony.The son, Miss Pauline Bryan and Twenty.-five guests were in Washes and drips dry in no time never
I and the late Mr. Maxwell. bride's table was laid Mrs. Brince Tillis Sr. attendance. needs ironing!
r A musical program was with a white organdy cloth .
i given by Mrs. Charles Sim- over green satin and centered Colors: Blue, Green, Red. Sizes .8 to 18.

mons Jr., organist, and Miss with the wedding cake. 2:306:30 P.M. Original Matchstick print .
Patricia Trawick soloist. Decoration of the table was P ho *
Given in marriage by her done by Mrs. L. J. Penny. OPEN HOUSE
twin brother, Charles Bascom Mrs. Lucy Fisher cut the Floor -
Peeler, the bride wore a wedding cake and Mrs. Ed- Dress Shop2nd a
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gote gown made with a floatIng Mrs. Richard Gourley, both
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train. Her Russell Penny and Miss
a chapel length
Marie Joseberger both of CBA IS WILSON'SC
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brocade pillbox with shoulder Miami, and Miss Marine Pon- OWN CONTINUING

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white prayer book topped Miss Charlotte Conway,I Kitchen Screened Porch, Seven Closets Air-
with orchids and lilies of the Mrs. Anders Johnson, Tampa; Conditioner, Terrace, Paved Streets and Side- I ABC NO DOWN
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-, Nuptials Read r;: Bennett-Fishback Bostick-Ford Announce



HAVRE DE'GRACE, Md.-
The marriage of Miss Gretchen ORLANDO Mr. and Mrs. Erd Ardaman, both of Orlan- aL \.< NuptialsMrs.

Mary Smith, daughter of John Franklin Bennett, whose do, were ushers. ; t
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Dun- marriage took place August 8 The bride's mother wore a ;

ham Smith Havre de Grace, in the Reformation Chapel of brocaded beige gown with Loraine Keesler Mer-

Md., and Charles Alfred Rich, the First Presbyterian matching "accessories and ;.x: Q cer of McIntosh announcesthe
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Church of Orlando, are now on the bridegroom's motherwore S S M.avp' marriage of her daughter
Elmore Rich of Gainesville, Yw m a wedding trip in,Clayton, Ga. a light blue chiffon gown wr4r s Miss Carol Anne Keesler, to
Fla., took place yesterday in Kxr..CF The bride is the former Miss with matching accessories., John Angle Scarritt, son of the
the Presbyterian Church of Ann Jean Fishback, daughterof Both had orchid corsages. late Daniel de R.' M. Scarritt
Churchville, Md. a the G. B. Fishbacks of Or- After the reception, given and Mrs. William Pepper Jr.

The double ring ceremonywas /{ 4IX lando, and Mr. Bennett is the by the bride's parents in Fellowship The couple was married
performed by Rev. Per- .r F yp son of Mrs. Newton C. Hall of the church, __August 1 by Rev. Grover Lat-
ry Monroe, pastor, followinga ; Ebaugh and Franklin D. Ben- the newlyweds left for a wed-. imer.
program of nuptial music : 1 nett, both of Gainesville. ding trip to ,Clayton, Ga. They were attended by Miss

by Mrs. Richard Zug, organ- Bridal attendants were Miss They will.make their home Lynn Moshief, Miss Jill Pen-
Harriet Anderson, Old Town at 2504 Dickson Avenue, Or- rod, Matt Cannon and Spen-
ist.The bride, given in marri- maid of honor; Miss Jerrie lando, until November 1, when cer Payne.

age by her father, wore a for- Carmody, Miss Mary Alice the bridegroom, a lieutenantin The bride, a graduate of
mal gown of white organdy Day and Miss Lynn Madison, the U. S. Army, will report Gainesville High School, is
adorned with appliques of Orlando, and Miss JoA n n e for duty at Fort Bliss, b a uOvb3 attending the University of
.
Swiss embroidery, which also Woodward of Gainesville, Texas. Florida.Mr. .

was used appliqued the lengthof bridesmaids. Wedding Guests rw Scarritt is a student at
her Watteau train. A A full length gown of
crown Guests from Gainesville at- ___ the University of Florida,
of heirloom blos- white peau de soie, fashioned
wax orange tending the nuptials were where he is majoring in business -
soms held her train length with re embroidered pearl administration.The .
the bridegroom's parents, his
veil of silk illusion. She floral appliques outlining the
carried at homeat
newlyweds are
vir .. neckline and grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Ben-
a Hogarth curve bouquetof .. ;; ; trimming the 524 SW 26th Place.
gardenias and stephanotis.Miss s full skirt and attached train, nett; Mr. and Mrs. W. Wade
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Hampton III, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Becky Smith, sister of was worn by the bride. Her
the bride, was maid of, hon- veil of illusion was held in Finley Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Now
4 Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Open
Harry ,
place by a pillbox and she i
or.Mrs. carried white and lilies- Sam P. Goethe.
Alan Pemns of Daytona roses
of-the-valley. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kelly,
Beach, sister of the bride- .i Lillian's
groom and Mrs. John Berry, Brother Best Man Mr. and Mrs. Burton Wood- Mrs. Robert Wilcox Bostick I I

Havre de Grace were brides- Bill Bennett, Gainesville, ward, Col. and Mrs. Gibson WINSTON SALEM, N.C. tained at an open house at Beauty Shop
matrons, and Miss Lucy Lac- was best man for his brother. Sherrard, Mrs. Glenn Sum- Miss Lucy Lee Ford and her home Friday evening to Hampton Florida
ey, Canton, Miss.,.was brides- Robert Wilcox Bostick of honor the bridal ,
Mrs. Charlei Alfred RichJ. Matt Cannon, Gainesville; merlin, Mrs. Frank Spain, couple. PHONE
maid. Eddie Ward, Jacksonvi 11 e, Miss Dot Hampton, Miss Linda Gainesville, Fla., were mar-
The attendants were gown- Stephen Rich ardson After the reception given Bob Pol t eve n t, Moultrie Ann Duncan, Baird Dun- ried here at 11:00: a.m. yes- Immediately after the cere- 468.1625
ed alike in white silk organza Shreveport, La., and LowellC. by the bride's parents on the Ga., and Harry Fishback and can and Tommy Spain. terday in the Chapel of Reyn- mony, Mr. and Mrs. Bostick Residence
: .over pink taffeta floor- Horton, Winchester, Va., lawn of the church, the new- olds Presbyterian C h u rch. left on a wedding trip In North 468-1802
'length dresses in Empire were ushers. lyweds left on a wedding tripto Rev. W. R. Smith officiated.Mrs. Carolina
'
style. They carried cascade The bride's mother wore an South Florida.Mr. Bostick is the daughter ,. :
bouquets. of: miniature pink aqua lace over peau de soie and Mrs. Rich will establish of William T. Ford and
;,and white 'carnations. dress and aqua accessories.The a home in Gainesville, t Mrs. Evelyn Wright Ford,

John E. Rich of Gainesvillewas bridegroom's mother where the bride plans to teach both of Winston Salem. She
best man for his brother. wore a dusty rose chiffon and, the bridegroom will con- was graduated from Reynolds
:Walter .E., Murphree Jr., dress with white accessories.Both tinue graduate studies in en- High School, St. Mary's Col- IW
Gainesville; ,Lt., Frank E. had corsages of pink gineering at the University of lege in Raleigh, and the Uni-
:Rankin.Jr., Bordentown: NJ.; .rosebuds. Florida. versity of Florida, where she

majored in journalism and


I '= Miss Morris Weds R. S. Dampier N\ was Delta member a Sorority.member of the of She Delta Winston-Sa-was Delta alsoa 19 WI WTI


di4IFS;; lem Junior Spinsters Club.
r r Until August 1, she was ed-

? LACROSSE Miss PeggyJo with an arrangement of white Mrs. John Mott kept the itor of the Security Maga-
Norris, daughter of Mr. stock, chrysanthemums, pink bride's book. zine of the Security Life and

and- Mrs. Elijah Tatum Nor- roses and pink satin grapes Others assisting in the hospitalities ...A dio .. '. Trust Company in Winston-
: ris of LaCrosse, and Randall centered the bride's table, were Mrs. Salem.
:'Scott Dampier son of Mr. where the wedding cake and H. L. Moody, Miss Patsy .x Mr. Bostick is the son of

;.:and Mrs. Horace Emanuel punch were served. Moody, Mrs. J. T. Sowell, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bostickof
..Dampier of Waverly, Fla., Mrs. Bernard IXf W. Gainesville. He is a seniorat
The punch table on the lawn Gay, Mrs. Sidney .
exchanged their nuptial vows was centered by a white milk Rogers, Mrs. R. T. Har- ( the University of Florida,
An-tioch glass bowl which was encir- grave, Mrs. J. L. Norris, Mrs. where he is a member of Sig-
: cled with grape foliage and Lacy Doke, Mrs. Allen Tan- ma Nu fraternity. He has
clusters of ner and Mrs. L. B. Rivers Sr. completed his military serv-
Rev. C. S. Smith, pastor,' grapes. y
___ ice served ,
s' ap having two years
For her going t
read the marriage ceremony. Mrs. Henry Raattama and away ensem- of active duty in the U. S. decorator service
music ble, the bride wore a Bermuda \
The wedding was '
Mrs. Ralph Cellon served 4F 't Navy and four years in
.-..provided by Mrs. R. G. Stout, cake and Mrs. Mondell Cellon, green serrano suit, white '-{% ,.. the Naval Reserve. "Era Y
soloist and Mrs. J. C. accessories and white orchid
,
Mrs. W. E. Cellon, Mrs. Robert ,> The bride wore an ivory
Ramsey, organist. Henry Hargrave; Mrs. corsage. : 't. ."' ii:! gown of peau de soie and ora6t 7 &rc4/

Church decorations Included Larry Rogers and'Mrs. J. D. Mr. and Mrs. Dampierwill ?>+ais ..",JP7"NY"'i' : Alencon lace. Her veil of

a brass archedcandelabra McMillan presided at the make their home 'in French illusion fell from a ) flti

in the choir loft, where, punch bowls. Groveland, Fla. matching peau de soie pillbox.She .
palms and greenery formed carried a lace and satin
the background for a f a n- fan topped with cymbidian or-
;
of b chids and ivy. SEE OUR DAIIY TV SHOW WESH tV $ &1j AM* i'
shaped arrangement gladioli :
and ;4 Miss Kemp Norman of Rich-
chrysanthemums
pompons. Similar arrange-. L nond, Va., was bridesmaid, BLOCKER and TURNIPSEED.FURNITURE
ments of greenery and floor and James Thomas Ford of

candelabra were used at eI- ."'. ...' Winston Salem, the bride's 0 &l
".' p.fn. John Franklin Bennett brother, was an usher. CO .
ther side of the altar. j I
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Father Escorts Bride .


I riage gown The' of by bride white her, father given Chantilly, in wore lace.mar-a /,I.ff".c; ;;.. .:=;:,,.:.' .. I 4x'ur1oo813S9utq( [ In New Fall COATSBy I


The skirt, fashioned with '
tiers of lace flounces, extended -
into a chapel train. Her LOU GREEN and QUEEN MODES
circular veil of illusion was

held by a crown of Chantilly :,ZyCs,3 Luxurious fur trimmed and smartly tailored untrimmed styles. Fash"j ,r
rt-embroldered with
lace
ioned In wools, cashmere, and tweeds. If you like the excitement of
pearls and crystal beads. She ; wF
carried a white Bible and a getting the choice of the season's new coat

white orchid lily of the valley fashions . then come in and see these
s
and stephanotis corsage. hn.w beautiful styles, and lay-away your choice

Bridal attendants ;Included with a small deposit.

Mrs. J. F. Parrish, matronof 4 $ %
honor; Mrs. J. T. Kirby,
Mrs. Mary Yvonne Hall,
bridesmatrons, and Miss Bobble y
Brock, bridesmaid. ,
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They wore pastel pink and +rs t
blue dresses styled alike of
embroidered peau de sole and a. x hri
circle head bands with short

tulle veils to match the colors j.' : .
of their gowns. All carried
bouquets of feathered chry-
santhemums and carnations
centered with Rubrum lilies.

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Little Miss Ruth Ann Har- tat
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grave, flower girl, wore a :% :
Mrs. Randall txi
Scott
Dampier >
crystal blue peau de sole
frock with matching head- L, WL ;' :
band. S'L a.J- 'r

Master Ronnie Hill, cousinof set

the bridegroom, was ring
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bearer. ,55v Ae date for
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Mr. Dampier served as best $ $ your toedding? .

man for his son. Robert Hen- ,rG ," ..
ry Hargrave, William E. Hill Then, drop in for a \ N_ .'"

and! Malcolm Hemp were ush- i copy of ear bride's .

fcooldet. Contains a complete ,
ers.The. bride's mother wore a I checklist of things to do until g .. '. > y.

pale pink,silk brocade sheath your day of days. L: 1' o e. ',.
with matching accessories and Make an appointment for S ; \ .
the bridegroom's mother yoor wedding r :
chose a pale blue silk brocade pktazt*now, ," -. "J

'gown with accessoriesto '< : "
mstch. Both had purple orchid {J ':; 'J/ _" #

corsages.. Smoothly tailored f with
There is substitute ,
for
Home Reception Held no A'7 100% Imported cas} -.
a luxurious fox collar.
Mr. and Mrs. Norris enter- # il mere In black, red,
professional made
portraits ..
Sizes 8 to. 16. $110.98
tained with at w
a reception s
V blue and beige. Sizes 4
their home, which was decor- by Frank N. Anderson S -'
to 20 . $98.98
ated with greenery and arrangements -
of chrysanthemums 3-piece double knit 1\ "'->
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and gladioli. WM "Outstanding Photography" i
Mrs. Fred May, aunt of the I i": In Gainesville Since 1933" handsomely tailored Natural mink wedding band'. t C o

bride, introduced guests to I with a print over- collar, embroidered lining't: : ,-. ., ;,
the receiving line and Mrs. r FR 6-5323 blouse, black and LJ guaranteed for the life of ,_ 4;"
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O. A. Register served as gray, sizes 8 to 20. J the garment. Sizes, 6 to 18. .
floor hostess.A alt N.W.. 13th St. '
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Nuptial PlansAnnounced CheshireGloverAnnouncement Bolls-Moraan I y '


is made to- October 3 has been chosenas LAKE BUTLER Dr. and from Clewiston High School, I : M; as:* nw : A d n I ,
day of the engagement and the date of the nuptials. Mrs. George F. Bolls have and is an honor graduate of '
WILDWOOD Miss Marcia approaching marriage of Miss Miss Cheshire is a graduateof announced the engagementand Florida College of M:e d ical }

Windham, daughter of Mr. Scherry Diane Cheshire, the P. K. Yon g e High approaching marriage of Technology where he was t

and Mrs. Troy M. Windham daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, School. She is presently em- their daughter Miss Mary president of the student gov-
Wildwood Fla. is I. Cheshire, and George Wal- ployed by the Southern Bell Irene Bolls, to James Wayne ernment. He plans to continuehis : ,7" # 1
announc-
lace Glover, son of Mr. and Telephone I Co. Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. studies at the Universityof ,, 1
ing plans for her forthcoming Warren 0. Morgan of Clewis- Miami. I
Mrs. Mack Glover of Haw Mr. Glover is employed by
wedding to James Roger thorne by the bride-elect's the Oak Crest Enterprise of ton.The The wedding will be an _'
Hensley, son of Mr. and Mrs. parents. Hawthorne.HeathHudson. bride elect was grad event of September 12 at 8 I ____ i
James B. Hensley, also of uated from P. K. Yonge Lab- p.m., in the First Methodist ;- iii I
boratory School. She attendedthe Church of Lake Butler.A Ia
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Wildwood.The University of Alabama, reception will follow at g >
where she was a member of the home of the bride's pa- .t.
will be held
ceremony The betrothal and approaching gation servant, officiating.A Chi Omega sorority.Mr. rents. Friends and relativesare #
in the First Baptist Churchof Morgan was graduated invited to attend. .+
marriage of Miss Dorothy reception will follow at
Wildwood, August 22 at Heath and John P. Hudson the home of the bride's pa- i

7:30 p.m.No III is announced today by the rents, 2404 SE Tenth Avenue.All Stone-Anderson I

invitations have been bride-elect's parents, Mr. and friends and relatives of rr I
and Mrs. Murry L. Heath., the couple are invited to at- .
sent and all friends and relatives tend. Mr. and Mrs. Bud G. Stone and the Anchor Club. She is I g

are invited to attend September 5 ,has been set announce the engagement of now a student at Central m..
as the date for the wedding, The bride elect attended their daughter, Miss Janice Hairstyling College.The .
the and
wedding reception which will take place in King- Gainesville High School.Mr. Thayle Stone, to Stanley Alvin bridegroom elect is I
tid
which will follow immediately dom Hall at 4 p. m. with Hudson, son of Mrs. Anderson, son of Major and the son of Mr. and Mrs. d
in the Baptist Social Hall. Robert V. Bender, the x
congre- Blackstone Cannon of Gainesville Mrs. W. A. Anderson.The William Anderson of Jackson- a
I and John P. Hudson Jr. bride-to-be is the grand- ville, Fla., and'Mrs.. Quincy J; to t aq Ji

of Waynesboro, Ga. was grad- daughter of Mrs. John Ma- Walker of Branford, Fla., and J i ay. a

Mon.Tues.Wed.Aug. uated from Ocala High Schoolin honey of Minneapolis, Minn., the late Mr. Walker.He I
1960. and the late Mr. and Mrs. I. was graduated from
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U HE PEOPLE'Sr. Averett of Swainsborough, Gainesville High School, I;
rotas 17.18'.19GET Ga.She where he was a member of < ? 41.U. I Ii
Cuevas ArtExhibited was graduated in June the band. He will continue his Ii

from P.K. Yonge High School, studies at North Central Florida .U. Ii i

where she was a majoretteand Junior College in Ocala
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a member of the band. this fall. a' i
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At Fla. UnionAn She also was a member of Wedding plans will be an- s the National Honor Society nounced. 4' + r ,

exhibit by Jose Luis Cu-

evas entitued "Recollections of Dukes-Thigpen I
Childhood" is being shown

w by the Fine Arts Committeeof i '+ a

the Florida Union. The LAKE BUTLER Mr. and lives are invited to attend the I'

show, displayed in the North Mrs. Milton R. Dukes ofLake wedding and reception jJs.
Wing Gallery of the Union, .;
Butler announce the en- + a
will' the cau4tGo.a .
remain throughout '
:1x
gagement and approaching !
month of August. M1.
marriage of their daughter, N A +
Cuevas is one of the younger Miss Glenda Vernelle Dukes, YjA
"angry young men" of By BOB OAKLEY
to Milliard Lawrence Thigpen, k
Mexico, who has been taking I
9N '' KEEPING CUSTOMERS
MWww N/ son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
shots at the Mexican art establishment SATISFIED
for Thigpen of Alachua.
years.
You are entitled -
He is represented in major The bride elect was grad- tp good,,'
quality mer-
hf public and private collections, uated from Union County High corna

J and won the First International School. petitive prices, \ ,
Drawing Prize in the Sao helpful decorating
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The bridegroom elect, : and cour
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Paulo Biennale in Brazil in attention I
1959, second prize in the In- graduate of Santa Fe High / treatment., : -

teramerican Painting Annualin School, holds a degree in busi- PJteous after you I \rNpuI ,

A HUGE Barranquilla, Colombia, in ness from Florida Southern in there furni Is X,. :. .- '

1960, and the First Prize in Lakeland. He is presently lob another impor-
OakleyAnd
11x14 WALLPORTRAIT $100 the VII Mostra Internazion- t ant matter.
employed by the Copeland
ale di Bianco a Nero, in Zurich that is "service". 3
in 1962. Sausage Co. of Alachua. The word "service" is per-
haps one of the most abused
ofYOUR The wedding will be an words in the English languagebut Jf
In 1954, he accused t he
CHILD I use it in connection with ,
of 20 at 8
event August p.m.
Bellas Artes of selecting for the occassionol complaintsand
HOURS: 10 AM- I PM; 2 PM-5 PM; 6 PM-9 PM its annual shows nothing but in the Harmony Free Will questions which every

NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED SELECTION Of SEVtKAL POSES I "copies of copies of copies of Baptist Church near Lake But- furniture time or dealer another.receives atone They are all talking aboutWONDERFUL

fULl POSE PomAtr IAIIES AND CHILDREN of ALL AGES the so called Mexican We firmly believe that the .
POITtAIT DELIVERED AT STORE A fEW DAYS Ann tAKEN school" and insisted that ler.No manner in which these com- .
while Riviera had turned outa invitations are being issued plaints and questions are e :
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few masterworks in his and all friends and rela- handled is one of our most

time, he had eventually sunkto important A reputable jobs.store will han- o ef rir

e& producing "assembly-line Gibbs dle justified complaints as s + WOOL
paintings to ,fill the bags of I Family promptly as possible becausewe r t
want to keep our customers -
American tourists.
THE STORE WITH MORE Holds ReunionMembers satisfied. We know thata E

GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER The. public is invited to greatest satisfied asset.customer is our t WHIPCORDRuss

view the Union exhibit. of the family of Any store quickly estab-

I ., Mrs. R. M. Gibbs of Perry lishes a reputation In a com- .e
munity for either giving good
held a reunion August 9 at service or bad service. The
bright fabric "find11in
Togs'
Boulware Springs. The occas- stores givinq good serviceare
the ones who can claim
-Gkortittct ion was held on that date to that valuable commodity cal- tangy news-making hues
celebrate the 68th birthday of led "customer loyalty".
I You may be sure that you
Mrs. Gibbs. '
can buy with complete peace
III of mind when you come into Magnificent new colon vanilla ice,blue,
Those attending includedher Home Beautiful Furniture Co. paprika. ..in a dashing array of new looks,

six children; her son, I all destined to send you in a flurry of Fall
Earl Gibbs, and Mrs. Gibbs,
I F SUMMER FASHIONS Ilz i Gainesville; her daughters, I excitement. Each well-seasoned. silhouette done

Mrs. Cecil Pruitt and Mrs. with a master touch that could easily becomea

Lee Clayton both of Gaines- way of life. Misses' sizes 816. ,

ville; Mrs. Roy Fulford, Per-

Summer Dresses Regular Up To $49.95 ry Butler; Mrs., and Hollis Mrs.Brown.Phillip Lake ,

Hires, Sneads, Fla., their hus- ; .--.
One Group Lingerie: Costume Jewelry i bands, and children, and the .

grandchildren and great- II i.f' a. double-breasted blazer 12.99
j I grandchildren of the honoree. six-gore A-line skirt 8.99

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GET A BETTER JOB I crepe blouse ,-. ."." -_:;- :-,y.99
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CalendarOf .
Pans Frocks for u.s. It's a good Idea to fervt." ',

,1 YOU RATE? Going to College? supper a hot dish menu on own the lunch Li warm or ;;

weather. The hot offering! :
By DOROTHY RICKER EventsMONDAY might be chicken broth with '

.3 A,. Person with good manners 3 .. 3. Let Us KnowGainesville strips of cooked ham, water
\; is one who has learned August 17 chestnut and green celery.
how to do the things which Fresh green peas from
are':courteous and rI Gainesville Bridge Club, market or garden are won- .
pleasantand $ 7:30 p.m. Recreation Center. Area students entering colleges and universitiesfor served with
I how to avoid doing the derfully good
the first those returning to out of state schools .
things which may be offensive TUESDAY,August 18 year or melted butter but they are
or inconsiderate of others. p ., M)T YwS Business and Professional will be listed Sunday, September 6. If you wish to be includedin also delicious flavored with

To Women's Club dinner meet- the annual story fill out the form below and send fresh dill or fresh mint.4S5.
a teen good
ners are ager man- ing 7 p.m. Primrose Inn, Mrs. immediately to the Women's Department of the GainesvilleSun.
especially important -
;.because they are the best Jean MacClellan hostess. DEADLINE FOR INFORMATION IS SEPTEMBER 1.

way- to prove one has actually Alachua County Republican Please print or type information.
;become t!' ors Women's Club, noon luncheon -
a young adult -
I no :longer Park Lane Cafeteria.
a brash and bois- NAME: .
terous
child. WEDNESDAY, August 19 .

Rate yourself with this interesting ADDRESS: rC
University Women's Club
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self quiz. t and Newcomer's Group THE FAVORITE SPOT
.1 Read scoring instructions PARENTS' NAME: IN TOWN TO
AFTER Summer Bridge 8 p.m., Mrs. MEET FOR NOON
have answered
you Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. LUNCH.
r questions. Alex Bednarek hostesses UNIVERSITY or COLLEGE: 106 W. UNIVER. AVE.
:
.r 1. YOU WANT TO INTRO- s r University W 0 me n's Club-
DUCE A NEW FRIEND TO tw.f+e tr? .'d,.' house, West Newberry Road. LOCATION: YEAR: ..........I

YOUR MOTHER. Would you: 'a b.. ,s t's't, t.,y % Gainesville Bridge Club ,
(A) Address Mother first: 7:30 p.m Holiday Inn. SUBMITTED BY:

(B) Mention friend's a';
your i THURSDAY, August 20 ......
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name first then Mother? (C) ... J Gainesville Library Advisory'
\ Just say "This is Bill (or PARIS France A new look young and swinging the Faubourg St. Honore, will Board 8 Gainesville ,. I
p.m.
r. Sally) ? couture house called Real snug throught the.top ruffled be available in their Ameri- Public Library. Make A Note JUNIOR WELFARE LEAGUE

J 2. A BOY AND TWO GIRLS (Ray-al) has opened to an audience at the sleeve, and short pleated can versions at a select groupof
( ARE WALKING TOGETHER intent on seeing a new skirts to emphasize a sil- FRIDAY August 21
': ON THE STREET. Should kind of Paris couture. houette that sways to the stores under the "Made- Gainesville Bridge Club 9 '
The designer is a modest discotheque beat. moiselle Arlette" label. a.m., Holiday Inn.
her;: (A) Walk on the curb side THRIFT SHOP'REOPENS
: of the sidewalk? (B) Walk be- 27-year old Parisienne Arlette She prefers the purple,to I g.
tween the girls? (C) Give Nastat, who numbers among pink color range using it both

t no thought to the correct her friends and clientele the for day and evening. The Mademoiselle ArletteFrench

c r thing to dot several of the influential Although this Is her first
members of the younger gen- Couture Collection '
}ij 3. A COUPLE IS EATING_ ,IN eration. Arlette is their cour- season as a true couturiere = MANY BARGAINS
$ RESTAURANT.. Should has enthusiastic Designed In Paris
turiere and tht talk of the Arlette an
fl c,. th :boy: (A). Ask the .girl in town. young American audience.Her Exclusive In Gainesville At. 55 AUG. 17th FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL

-. advance what she wants and Arlette prefers the feminine clothes custom made on
? ; give both orders_ ? (B) Let the "mOWn a Open Mon. thru Sat. Large Selection Including
Tj| girt give her own order? (C) franklin's f 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
Give his order"first Hookers to Celebrate ouege 5Jbop" .o Wide Variety of Coats

4. IN CONVERSATIONS, DO
and Sweaters
YOU: (AListen i others express..their opinions Golden AnniversaryChildren
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5. YOU :ARE"AT A PARTY Sunday August 23, derfer of McLeansboro Ill., r HOURS 10: A.M.-9: P.M. -
were married August 22 in
INI A pmvxnr: ,HOME. to honor their parents on
Dahlgren 111.Who's .
Should jyouT": '(A), Be --a good their fiftieth wedding anni-

? sport and. jojrr-'in 'group, versary.
to be the Who Fete !
gamesBTry The reception will be held
'life of-the party', (C) Sit in at the VFW House in Mc- I 'qAti-
a corner and:refuse. to take Leansboro Ill. An interesting evening can

paR in" the:"Tjames?: Hooker of develop from a "Who's Who" ;
Mr.
was pastor
6. YOU'AR)+INViTED BY,A the Pine Grove Baptist party. Secretly collect baby pic-
tures of all invited guests and
,
TEEN FRIEND TO. SPEND'A Church Gainesville for a '
WEEKEND WITH HIS (OR number of He is now use them as place cards. Guess- .....
years. ..
HER), FAMILY; Would'you ing just who is who will bring!I '
'retired from active ministry. < :
about a Jot of good natured \1, -
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too? (C) Accept and go on Charles Ho o ker, Groton.Conn. Florists with an appropriate -,
teen's invitation alone?, centerpiece. It could ''
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Dixon Hooker
Texas and -
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Woodbridge Va. The
ONE'S HOME. Would you: to flow through and mass at Vready
couple has seven grandchildren
. (A) Apologize and offer to the bottom of a pretty picture
and great grand-
one
replace it? (B) Keep on apologizing frame with the.glass removed.
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'( Galneivilit Sun Sunday, August Iii, 1954.j L

' Craft" Li CoupleTo Republican Club to Meet :I

"ii : Hither And Pomeroy-F rug Alachua County Republican Program for the afternoon .t'.
; Yoni Women's Club plan to will include the showing of a .

1 I I It. Court Live hear Mrs. William J. Fraz- patriotic film entitled, "Wil- ,
I ier Jr., a past president during liamsburg: The Story of A '
By RUTH WEIMER a noon luncheon meeting Patriot," and an informal \
PlannedMrs. Tuesday at the Park Lane talk on the highlights of tM
.1 I Summer vacations can take a surprising turn. And that's HereMACCLENNY Cafeteria.Mrs. :
t I the way the .vacation has turned out for Mrs. W. C. Thomas Frazier. and her fam- Republican Convention by
.. I Sr., who has been a patient in the Haywood County Hospital Helen Herndon has ily will move to Philadel- Mrs. George Hubert Jr., an
i of Waynesville, N. C., since Monday. been appointed counselor of a Mr. and phia the latter part of the officer of Young Americansfor

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas had been at Mountain Valley Inn in Girls of Woodcraft Court be- Mrs. Julius Drexel Roberts, month. Freedom.
I. Maggie Valley, N. C., about two weeks before the latter was ing organized under the spon- whose marriage took place 1 I.
hospitalized for gall bladder surgery. Dr. W. C. "Billy" Thomas sorship of Adult Court No. 803 July 24 in the First Baptist
Jr., left Tuesday to see his mother, is home and reports of Gainesville.Her Church of Macdenny, will GEIGER'S .
that she will remain in the hospital about 10 days. Dr. Thomas establish a home in Gaines-
Sr. will stay in North Carolina until September 1. appointment is an- t Yt ville following their weddingtrip
nounced by Charles A. Martin in South Florida
state manager for the Wood- FINAL SALE
I A bit farther north in North Carolina a group of boys are men of the World. Life Insur- A Rev. Howard Oliver per-
'. experiencing a wonderful summer at Camp Sequoyah near ance Society. formed the double ring cere-
Weaverville. mony.
Gainesville boys now at the camp include Mike Beasley, Docie Bass and Wilma She- The bride is the former ON SUMMER MERCHANDISE
Pete Kephart, Sandy Williams and Cabby Philpott. Counselors rouse, will be assistants to the bI Miss Mittie Ann Drawdy, I
through the summer sessions are Melvin Philpott, Jack Ken- counselor in directing the Jun- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. k
worthy, Herman DcHoop, Dave Thompson, and Bill Weimer ior Court's activities program L. Drawdy and the bride- ,
vacation in the East and Mrs. Pearl Martin will i DRESSESSHIFTSSPORTSWEAR
Stopping by during a trip recently .. f groom is the son of Mrs.
John Rich and Green. be .
were "Dubby" Murphree, Gary secretary.The Chesley Roberts of Gaines-
group will meet at theLO.O.F. ville and the late Mr. Rob-
Attending sessions of the American Bar Association Convention .
Hall in Gainesville.P. .
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City this M. Herndon district man- rS erts.Given in marriage by ,her
past week have been J. Lance Lazonby, a former presidentof ager, will enroll: members father, the bride was attended -
Florida Bar Association and Mrs. Lazonby.
the from age 8 to 15. by Mrs. Robert Espenshipof
Gainesville.The Entire summer line of cottons, silks, wools,
: Bridge players from Gainesville who plan to participateIn One of 1,000 :1 bride wore a ballerina and Arnel jersey in tailored and casual
the ,North Florida Sectional Bridge Tournament now in The Junior Court is the seventh length gown of sata peau Sizes for
progress at the Roosevelt Hotel will be Mr. and Mrs. Jay to be organized in Flor- over taffeta and reembroidered styles. misses, juniors and women.
Jones, 'Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. ida and is among the more Alencon lace. Her veil
I KIrkland,- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Schoenau, Dr. I. T. '3ilson, of'illusion was held by a MUST
than 1,000 Courts which have ALL '
I C. E. Landers, Rufus Heath Jr., Van May and Dr. JohnE. been organized throughout the ..,,_.. crown of pearls. She carrieda I I
Craps. bouquet of white carnations
Play began Thursday and will continue through Sunday. country. ORLANDO McCoy Air The mother of the bride centered with a white orchid GO AT Price
Objectives of the Junior Force Base chapel was the wore a shell pink lace dress corsage. 12
: Arriving August 28 to visit Mrs. Anna Lupklewlcz will be Courts are to teach aware- setting for the wedding of two-piece sheath with small The matron of honor wore
Dr. Oulda ,Faye Paul of Honolulu, who is now In the states ness of religious home and Miss Frances Emily Frugoli, pink petal hat. an afternoon dress of peacock
visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Paul of Montgomery family responsibilities; good daughte r of Mr. and Mrs.: The bridegroom's mother blue chiffon, matching .
: Ala. Ouida Faye formerly of Gainesville, is now a member citizenship; a finer appreciation Frank Frugoli of High chose a blue silk sheath dress veiled headpiece of flowers,
of the Department of Music at the University of Ha of nature and the out-of- Springs, and Captain Charles and matching accessories. and carried pink carnations.Ted I
waii. doors; and to create a desireto Wilson Pomeroy. son of Mr. Trip To Maine Sherrod of Gainesvillewas
Anna who is one of two Florida finalists in the Grand develop talents and self- and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Po- After the reception given at best man. Ushers were C 1g
: National Bake-Off of Pillsbury, will probably create her win- improvement.The meroy, Front Royal, Va.. the the Officers Club, the couple Sherman John Drawdy
ning "pie on a stick" delectables for the open house she program consists of evening of August 8. left by car for a trip along brother of the bride and
plans honoring Ouida Faye. four age group degrees, their Chaplain Arthur F. Hanks the Eastern Seacoast to James Mehaffey of Gaines-
The party is set for Sunday, August 30, and all friends symbol the birch leaf with a performed the nuptial service. Maine. They will be at homein ville.A NORTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
are invited to call from 4 to 6 p.m. No invitations have different jewel for each de- Given in marriage by her College Station, Texas, af- reception followed at the

been issued. gree. When 16 years old, father, the bride wore a for- ter September 1. home of the bride's parents. ---------
I members to the
graduate mal gown of candlelight satin I
Leaving today for a two-week vacation will be Mr. and adult court. made with chapel train. De- I
Mrs. H. O. AlI rd and the latter's sister, Mrs. Rath Pierce, The Junior Court offers signs of seed pearl adornedthe A Get the ptck of our most exciting crop of smart school dmeue:: .atl
who will drive to New York City and attend the World's training in citizenship homemaking front of the skirt. Her Hurry! styles neW fabrics, new colors! Charge 'ellll
Fair. En route, they will visit with relatives in Asheville, arts, bobbies, sports veil was held by a satin pill- this_lngi|iamboreel! New
N. C., and on their way home, they will stop with rela- social leadership the study of box. She carried a bouquet of t mneufSWAYS
tives in Birmingham. MST QUALITY
wildlife o utdoor entertainment white daisies.

Ian! mnnmmnnnuamn _................. niiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiBtiiiiiiininittinnnniiiininiiiiiiJ I and recreation. Instruction Miss Judith Hill, Armonk
I in archery and rifle mark- N.Y., was maid of honor, and
I manship is optional. Miss Carol Popejoy of Orlando -
Picnics and parties are was bridesmaid. They
planned by older members for wore floorlength gowns of .
1J GA/JW tild those under 8 years old. sea aqua organdy skirts and
Special activities are financed lace bodices made over taf-
by appropriations feta. Petal hats with tiny
from the society's national veils their
completed en-
j ij i \\5\\\ JOSEPpINE headquarters.Three. semble.

i \ activities DegreesThe to Little Miss Nancy Sebek of SHOP PENNEYS
6 program Miami was flower girl and
\V<"- qualify for the first degree In- Master John Broening son of r' '
LOW/MAN clue instruction in civics, Lt. and Mrs. Gerald F. Broen- ( 4 (# MONDAY TILL 9 P.M.
traffic safety, local history, ing, was ring bearer. .
I homemaking, arts hobbies Mr. Pomeroy served his son
t. wildlife, and nature. as best man and Capt. Alan A BUT
,! Restyle Your Face By The girls will receive ad- Pastorius was usher.
vanced instructions in these Honor.. Guard Attends BE TARDY
"i subjects in the second and Honor guard for Captain A r DON'T
: Hiding Hair Behind TowelWhile third degrees. The fourth de- Pomeroy included Lt. Herbert
gree program includes still Feldman Lt. Charles FOR THESEBEAUTIFUL
most, women today are fairly straight across the further advanced work plus Henry, Lt. Peter Killilea Lt. IitlLlk
realize what a great differ- center and then droop at the training in leadership, baby Erwin Koenig Lt. Robert P. BUYS I
f ence clever makeup can outer ends, corrective meas- care, etiquette, and planningand Lee, Lt. Robert A Rossler,
create In their appearance, ures can make a surprising supervising parties and Lt. Edward R. Schell and Lt.
t, many of I them do not know difference in the charm of picnics. Smith Wilcox. r1qk \ kc:3: FOR: ALL
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about some of the trickier your entire face.
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she has some outstanding defect the outer droopy ends. In- The Most. 1 young scholars'.
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i Southern Governors ,
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Meet Set

i : DOWN TO THE MAIN FLOOR COME SEE. .1 I
Surprise Closed Session i ir

Says Bryant ; .: I
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t TALLAHASSEE (CAP) -Gov. NEW ORLEANS ) for himself, Mississippi Gov. !their conversations there." I
Farris Bryant says that South- ernors of five CAP-GoV-1 Paul B. Johnson, Alabama Gov; I The convention opens Aug. 24 i ..c..
ern huddled behind i George C. Wallace and Arkansas at Atlantic City, N.J. ,
governors plan a get-together
at the national Democratic here Friday in a surprise session Gov. Orval E. Faubus. I Gov. Johnson says he won't I, Fare', a blend of F
I "convention to discuss matters of to discuss civil right and The Washington'Post reportedin ,attend the national convention.i I ,.. polyester and cotton '' -
mutual concern. apparently map strategy for the a dispatch from New Orleans The other governors are expected '' ;It

But the governor said that a ,I Democratic National Conven- that the governors had agreedto to go, although McKeithenhas ( I
I. meeting of five Southern governors tion."We boycott the convention unless said he hasn't made up his I .1. :: \ a.
I believe that our meetinghas the regular Mississippi Democratic mind about
Friday at New Orleans did ; attending. I
t been beneficial and we .4. I
not produce any plan for con delegates are seated. A "They wanted to keep:it confidential -i
have additional
may meetingsin predominantly Negro the I
certed action. group and I will respect their 1
I The-,governors of Alabama, the future, said LouisianaGov. Mississippi Freedom Democratic wishes," McKeithen told news-
I Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi John J. McKeithen, host Party, has challenged the.men after the session, called so i
for the session and
also attended the meeting spokesman right of the regulars to be seat- quickly that Faubus didn't know .

t which had not been announcedin ed.Florida's the site of the meeting when he I

advance. Reserve Gov. Farris Bryant, left Little Rock to fly to New I a i ,r, I
I Bryant is chairman of the Navy who left the session an hour ear- Orleans. I dance

Southern governors conference, lier than the other chief execu- McKeithen said: "Perhaps I .. ).
1 and also is chairman of the slate :Sets Courses tives, said he had to rush backto most of our time was spent dis- ':
I of delegates that Florida will Tallahassee, his'capita, be- cussing civil rights legislation. 'x exercise!. ti I IA
send to the national democratic For OfficersCourse cause of state problems. ...With this new civil-rights leg S :# t S II
meeting. The slate is pledged to In Tallahassee Bryant said: islation we do have many prob- ; .
support President Johnsen. "We met for an exchange of lems. With schools opening we i II I
Bryant has said repeatedlythat offerings in the.cornlog views on mutual problems. A do face problems we haven'thad -S S
he expected to support the school year for the Gaines- wide range of subjects was dis- before." I' > I
President in the campaign, also, ville Naval Reserve Officers cussed, but no plans for con- The Alabama governor, who
and that he would stump the School have been announced by certed action were arrived at. pulled out of the presidentialrace 'I itT
state for the Democratic ticketif its commanding officer Cmdr.
Those Southern
governors at- said he would attend the Great Slack .
asked do Cecil N. USNR. In addi- -
to so. Smith tending the National Democratic national convention and appear
The Florida went to tion to Coast Guard
governor Navy Convention expect to review before the Platform Committee.
the meeting from New York, and Marine Corps reservists, I I l '
.
where he had been most of the Army and Air Force officersare ; :S
area
week to attend various functions invited to enroll in the i ,
held in connection with Florida's school program. !j Exclusively at Morgans by

World's Fair exhibit. Three courses will be offer-i I i in figure-flattering
ed. Two of them oceanogra-:

I phy and industrial relations-willi \ t ,
In The run for two semesters. A one i DANSKh\\
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semester course in public relations -|I
will also be taught this LEOTARDSand

fall.Courses TIGHTS
are taught at the
CapitolWASHINGTON knit of finest quality stretch nylon
college level. Officers enrolled for perfect fit and comfort Traditional Ivy-styled ? ,
in the school will earn retire-
far x created for longer :
(AP) In the ment and promotion points for
news from Washington: drills attended. Classes will be-I wear and lasting good

gin on Thursday, Sept. 3, at looks. The slacks "
WASHINGTON (AP) House 7:30 p.m. at the Naval Reserve I at
members have increased their Training Center. They will meet: you will want to wear s ,

-expense..accounts by $600 a year each Thursday evening from for every occasion.

and voted themselves funds to then until June. I I Heyer Spirit DuplicatorAll These famous DansLin leotards and tlglits allow all the free.
hire an additional clerk apiece. All officers interested in en-, dom-m-action you want whether jou're dancing exercising Sizes 6 to 12 Regulars & Slims j cn g
Both actions Friday were tak- rolling are encouraged to contact models faultlessly FR 2-3411 or just plain enjoying them for play or sportswear. $450 t
: en on voice votes on which Lt. Comdr. G. Harry Bau- feed all of
types paper Made in Danskin's
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had been advance notice mer III, administrative officerof All P'PWaUls.: .
: there no automatically. Prints Open Day Saturday
up Lustrous 100 *
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Senate the Naval Reserve Training r-
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concurrence. Center on Thursday evenings,I machine operation. Convenience Y E
'ni :1ncre Ses' become effec- Aug. 20 and 27. He also maybe I Leotards many neck and sleeve styles- $550 :
: tiv :Jan. 1,- at the same time contacted by telephone at MODELS FROM 0 RGTypewriter
the'-salaries of members are his home, 372-1509 (day) or M AN We stock styles and colors suggested by the local t
raised, $30,000, from $22,500, 372.1789 (evening).
dance schools. For ADULTS and CHILDREN.
by Officers attached to other $9950
under a. bill signed Friday
i "Serving Central Florida Also Stocked i
j President"Johnson.WASHINGTON drilling[ units may obtain sup- PLUS In
... plemental orders to NROS &-11 F. E.:T. Since 1935"Complete
-; if they desire to enroll in NROS PAROCHIALz
i AP) The courses. If enrollment has not COMPANION Line of

Army announced Friday it will exceeded specified limits, it FOLDERS Office Supplies TROUSER x x
I need 6,600 draftees in October, may be possible to make certain -]I
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-u SB Gainesville Sun Sunday August 16, 1964



i .. THE OBSERVER By Russell j Spotlight Q11N1k4Gf Train Robber :

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I Kidnapped
POST rra. I


: Angry Letter Writers on BeethovenBy At Gun Point? I I

LONDON (AP) Was

REID _POOLE tive which they will give on this: convicted train robber Charles I

Chairman UF rich segment of chamber music. Wilson, 32, kidnaped at gunpoint !

. J Department of Music literature, and for the sheer: joy or whisked away by friends in I
tJ of contemplating the master- his spectacular jail break froma

4 I NrroJnrk mtmri When not dismayed by tripe Government" and not "a Troupin, violin, and works of .one of the greatest maximum-security prison?
\
I RUSSELL BAKER and sewers, the angry letter cracy." Those who Brask, piano, two facul musical minds in all history.: f Scotland Yard chose the latter
i By
. NEW YORK This is the writer spends his time fearingto naivete or worse," of the University of The Performers I theory Friday and reasoned thata
think of our future. His worldis turn this into Department of Music, Willard Brask assistant
I season of the letter wri country a pro- newspaper message had
Presidential angry campaigns always "beset," usually by cracy are responsible for present the complete' cycle fessor, received his degrees tipped off the convict hours be-
ters. t
I
bring them out in battalions. At twin sets of evils. "Anarchyand civil wrongs bill." '10 sonatas for violin and from the University of Michigan fore he was removed from his
I the lawlessness," "Chaos and by Beethoven. They will where he studied piano cell at Birmingham's Winson
this moment, all over "Naivete OR WORSE" I
very x
"
confusion, "hatemongers and them ,in three pro- with Maud Okkelberg and Joseph Prison last Tuesday.
thousands of them are of the greatest menaces I
country,
racists and "cronies and in the Medical .Center
slashing furiously at their stationery co angry letter writer's Brinkman. 'He also A jailmate said fellow prisoners -
horts" not "beset" him but better"T. on three'' sucessive
only studied with Leonard Shure
drafting polemics, Other evils frequently and believe Wilson was abducted
also make him "dread to thinkof afternoons at 4:00:
which they will send to editors are "the wishy washy p.m. Gyorgy Sandor. Before comingto sic recitals and is also activeas by a rival gang that wanted
future" and convince him 27, October 4 and
ior publication. our tude," "hysteria," "witch ; the University of Florida in an accompanist. him to reveal the whereaboutsof
that "our days of freedom 11. This addition to
,If read in large doses, these are ers," King makers," 1963, he held teaching positionsat $5 million in loot from lastyear's
letters affect the spirits like a numbered unless. pestilence," "moguls and 1964-65 concert series is a Newberry College, Ithaca Edward Troupin, associate great train robbery.
week of rain. It is not that the It is the "unless" that makes jandrums" and s t felicitous 0 n e. The College, and the University of professor, is conductor of Uni- .
his world tolerable, for it violin and piano so Police said they cannot rule
em- He has also had
world from is such Michigan. extensive Orchestra and
: they come versity Symphony
The where all out the but
places
of theory,
they
it braces the possibility that the it are a major area in New Yorkas
that experience
an alarming place, but people will come to their senses evils reside are the to music literature, and first violinist of the F lor i d a are sticking to the view that an
:is such a tired one. From year a professional pianist, arranger -
the "hot beds"-"hot beds seldom that the He holds degrees advertisement in a lovelorn column .
to from election to elec-. and elect right man, adoptthe we get and conductor. Mr. String Quartet.
year
ruption, "hot beds of Harvard and the of The London Daily Mail
t right policy on water fluori- to hear all of the Brask from
tion, nothing ever seems 0 appears frequently as
change in it, and the wonder is dation or remember what tism, ""hot beds of Red within a period of fifteen pianist in solo and chamber mu- University of Michigan. He has organized the jailbreaker's ren-
:that the monotony never seems George Washington once said. lence, etc. studied with Frank MacDonaldand dezvous.

.to overpower the angry-letter There are some good things, Why is the country chamber music does Gilbert Ross, violin; Paul
the perils of the hot bed Doktor and Oliver Edel, chamber Air ScareEDWARDS
:writer's high temper. of course, in the angry-letter have as wide a popular ap-CelebratesP.
writer's world but not cause of "distortion of music and Ross Lee Fin-
; And yet it does not The many. as music for symphony ;
.angry letter writer is constantly One is "the two party sy nuendo." Why is Senator and the forces o f ney, composition. He came to AIR FORCE
water or President the University of Florida in 1960 BASE, Calif. (AP) The nose i
"sick and tired" or "amazed stem. Others are "every thinking it is a most important Canal
I .and! disgusted." One thing that person" and "reasonablemen. the case may be, the of musical literature. It having previously taught at Ith-wheel of an X15 rocket plane

;sickens and tires him is "the ." Every thinking person does not make the angry the pinnacle of ex- aca College, Ithaca, N. Y. Mr. popped out at 88,000 feet as the

tripe" which appears in theeditor's and reasonable men, along wig! writer "sick and tired? for a number of the AnniversaryPANAMA Troupin is president of the Florida craft was speeding 3,068 milesan
newspaper.It the two-party system, are tfie cause he has "intestinal composers. Chamber mu- unit of the American String hour. But the wheel func-

is an article of faith with last hope of "the Republicanform tude." both the compos- (AP) The Pana- Teachers Association and this. tioned perfectly when the plane

)him that "the tripe" emanates of government. What will the perfidy the performer to sharpen ma Canal celebrated its golden, past season was conductor oi f touched down Friday at Rogers

,from "the sewer," or "the festering Every thinking person, naturally bureaucrats be? It "will for the limited means of anniversary in world commerce the Jacksonville Youth Orchestra. -, Dry Lake after nine minutes in

I sewer," which is inhabited knows that the Founders remembered when the chamber music performing Saturday, but the big ditch'. the air.

; by the editor and his em- meant the United States to to the polls in November.The to an even finer edge prospects for the next 50 years

. .. ployes. be a "Republican form of country deserves that required by the lar aren't as bright.
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performing media. It is not RENTATVTECH
Because of political tension,
to that chamber
: By HELOISE CRUSE is to say the symphony or Saturday's celebrations were

as a fine watch is to a deliberately tuned to a low key. TELEVISION FR 2-0433
locomotive or large jet Canal officials had planned to 122 N.W. 16 h Ave.

Chamber mu- invite President Johnson, but
plane.
Hints From Heloise to some of the more popu- I the idea was hastily dropped

of music as chess is after the bloody, anti-American You Really Haven't

rioting last January.In FLORIDA Screamed Until

p violin and piano the Republic of Panama You See This Hit!
,
are comparable in mu- ...................1.
the anniversary was ignored.The .
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his sixteen :
importance to
DEAR HELOISE: are a few ways I have found I can reach the tops of doors LETTER quartets and thirty two Panama Canal was for- "'" f '
Friday.:0 mally opened at 7 a.m. Aug. 15,
I am the mother of several helpful: and also reach under pieces of sonatas. The sonatas are, lilt:
1914. At that moment the SS
small boys and they all wear Put leftover popcorn, potato furniture and dust the bottoms. DEAR sense of the word, con- Ancon which had been used Ij'ImRu\ : VAT :

blue-jeans. chips, crackers etc., in the This makes my dusting go real Where does pieces in which the two for hauling cement during con- :.Wdl9
Instead of running to the dime 'oven to keep crisp. I also keep a fast without too much bending. pick today? I compete and com- struction of the monumental

store or searching for patchesfor jar of margerine constantly CAROLINE FAREWELL and can't find each other on an project started from the f jDg" NiGHi1'1 I
melted in oven to brush basis the piano is in no
their bluejeans, I remove my it for ice. I ; : Atlantic side of the canal for the .1( t
one of the many pockets (usually -over rolls and to use in recipes DEAR HELOISE: have merely an accompanying first official transit of the new 1:30 ; :: 6 Brand New
Songs
the back), and cut it to that call for melted shortening.Of i Can you tell me what will holes in things waterway.Now 3:30 .. plus your Beatles favorites 1R.i. :
the size needed. This makes a course, these things must 'clean rubber? I used rubber start a screw, Early Periods 5:30; ; :

wonderful patch that is both ec- be removed from the oven at gloves to clean my stove, and a belt, etc. the 10 sonatas, the first increased shipping de- 7:30 | ....dI 111111 UNITED ARTISTS| :,:

onomical and a perfect match in baking time. now I can't get them clean. : may be said to belong to mands have created the need 9:30 ....................:JI j
color with the blue jeans which KAREN KENNEDY H. E. J. early period; they for a larger canaL

have faded. Anyone know the answer to Try your written before 1801. The to The anniversary was noted WINNER OF I 3 ACADEMY I I AWARDSAMERICA'S 1
HELOISE five sonatas belong
: The boys never miss that ex- DEAR : this question? by Canal Zone American officials -
stores '
ment
I tra pocket and..there usually Y Our house is colonial style I tt so, write to Heloise care middle period S 0 with special luncheons in
a piece left over for the next ,with very high doors and win- this paper. Letters do not haveto and so do characterized by the tur- honor of Panamanian government MIGHTIEST ADVENTURE I

:mending job. !dows. I use a .child's dust mop be signed. stores. and romantic expression leaders and past and pres-
: HELOISE c h Beethoven epitomizes. ent canal authorities. There
AN AVID ADMIRER, MOTHER for dusting.
: and CINERAMA
I [ five middle period sonatas also ride the METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER : ,
.PRECIOUS MOTHER: was a through *
in the A major present
great *
canal for the *
guests.
j This is the greatest and most

:helpful hint for mothers of boys, U.S. to Hurtle 'Monster' Opus". Only 47, known the last as Sona the The locomotive which towed ** HOW THE i

from little tots to teens. I tip G major, Opus 96, com- the Ancon on its opening trip *

'my hat to you! in 1812, belongs to the was presented to a repre- *
sentative of the National Transport
HELOISE
LOVE
,
period. Museum of St. Louis, Mo. WON !
t DEAR HELOISE* : Satellite Aloft Sept. 3 which early group make of up three Opus so-12 Panamanians, however, IWESIWAS

For the homemaker who likes comparable in musical style i observed another anniversary, :
the 445th of the founding of the
;spray starch, may I suggest By. HOWARD BENEDICT from various lengths. In fin a 1 Ogo often temperament to the first .,. *
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liquid starch diluted to desir e d Writer a "streetcar" which make City of Panama. .a *
: Aerospace flight configuration, Ogo mea- quartets, ....... .
strength and an old spray bot- sures 54 feet from nose to tail satellite Opus 18. The. ..... ..... :. J'i" S' !J'I; *
CAPE KENNEDY APAmerica's '
,tle. I've found it easier on the ( ) and has a wingspan of 20 feet. launchings[ it of three sonatas, Opus .. ,............... eo- L. : *
,.budget and you are less likely most advanced scien- Its central body is a block six basic from 1802, are paral- frld $ : iJ[ tW7 :
tific satellite unveiled ,
to run out of starch in the recentlyis feet long and three feet square different Beethoven's middle per. STARTS THURSDAY *
'middle of ironing.I a metal monster named Ogo.It Total weight is 1,073 pounds.It much as a Rasoumovsky string quar "., w r..w' :

use two separate bottles. I sion looks of something like a king-size that crawls ver- has scores of "eyes" to gers. with their fiercely indivi- ,.. .. .....' ** SORRY, NO PASSES *

Jill one with a stronger starch around the pipes in the basement peer into space to observe such. The first expression. In consi- 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 **********************.********
Jor collars and cuffs, and the things as cosmic rays and ultraviolet periments, the ten sonatas, one ALSO IN OCALA

Bother with regular starch for the So weird Is the craft that a radiation.\ ties, industry 1 s regret that Beethoven (ADVERTISEMENT)
hest of my ironing. I label the I publication Ogo stands for orbiting geophysical agencies. only one sonata, the G
bottles with adhesive tape. space agency recently observatory, the first ber, scientists Opus 96, during his ma

I. MRS. VIRGINIA COLE Ogo being ran squashed a cartoon by showing a huge of six such satellites plannedto 'correlate and contemplative years. Local Radio Personality Moves Up;
enough, the sona-
n swatter.An make the most comprehensive varying space
fly
SEAR HELOISE: survey yet of the earth's the interaction bears the name of

: I have made some very attractive beast unfounded swallowed rumor two reportsthe tech atmosphere, the magnetosphere,,belt, magnetic and which was dedi- Cliff Walden Joins WUWU Radio

hat holders for my closet nicians.If and interplanetary space. I I activity. to the French violinist

shelves by covering large,. it ever lands in someone's The first Ogo is scheduled for I I composer, Rodolphe Kreut-
jmpty tomato or fruit juice cans back yard all those stories launching from Cape Kennedy vestigate a actually was written for a

with pretty gift wrap paper.Whey .'about unidentified flying objectswill Sept. 3 into a wide swinging mena called mulatto virtuoso, born -
do not fall over on the become mere fairy tales. orbit ranging from 175 to 92,000 tail. This is Poland, George Polgreen .

helves and my hat shelf is al- When newsmen walked into miles high.Wilfred which always ,will -
music lover
at serious
neat great area
rays the hangar where Ogo is receiving Scull, project manager
': MRS. E. SMITH: the dark side to plan now to hear these
I prelaunch checks, for the Space Agency'sGoddard
i- 1 i they expected to see the spacecraft Space Flight Center, rectly away concerts, for the perspec-
DEAR HELOIS'E: caged, or at least on a called Ogo "the largest and If Ogo and y ..94.
r Since we pay for the gas the chain. most advanced unmanned scien- its a tossup KORT
pilot light in our oven burns, be the most
But it rested quietly in the tific satellite ever developed. I

:shy not put it to work? Here middle of the floor, festooned Dr. George Ludwig, project: CHILDCARE J;

i with checkout instruments and scientist, reported "over-all objectives ..

New I surrounded by doting techni- of the program are to. NEW YORK :
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cians and scientists. find much .J ;
out as as we can Wagner 3d, 20
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Most of the features which
DRIVE-IN THEATRE I about the environment near City's
mayor,
I }10011..I1e..R d RI70 FRiJ011 :give Ogo fearsome appear, earth and to obtain a better the Wk. Mo.
!ance were folded into the spacecraft idea of earth sun relations." Day -
1 HELD OVER! 2 SMASH HITS! vention at ,
OPEN 7M SEE BOTH II or jacknifed against its Among the benefits, he said, later this I Pick up at Uttlewood --
SHOW AT DUSK LATE AS R/S sides. will be better knowledge of potentially State Terwilliger Schoolson

SHOWN FIRST 'tw I But once in space, its more dangeous solar flares William Newberry Rd. -

.& LASTt than 100,000 parts begin hum. which could threaten Project appointment I FR 22.6667SUBURBIA .
,ming. Booms, solar panels, appendages Apollo astronaut flights to the
.au
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A and antennas extend moon late in this decade.
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,AUWREHCE prttint FIRST TIME TONIGHT 7:30 Cliff Walden, known throughout Northcentro! Florida as a radio announcer

*- WE1MURTE* and master of ceremonies par excellence, has joined the staff of Radio Station
PROOOCnM as-nE WUWU os Morning Man and Sales Manager.

Features :11Iiac1Pf::

wnsv2nd Cliff already had 10 years diversified experience in the radio' field when ,he:

*5 9p*__7_ c a LEWIS R.........y came to Gainesville in 1959, and for the past five years, has been connected with

Out At E4b a another local station. _
10:30 y' J
$" TODAY ....
DEBBIE HARVE ( in social, church and civic affairsof
Both Mr. and Mrs. Walden are prominent
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HOLDS[ PRESNfll[ this community, being in much demand at a variety of local functions. They have
rs1sir. a.a. are e.... ... 1Ml+ ..
AI 3( LIE1iE1L9196 two children son, Lyn 10; and daughter, Debby, 12. The Walden family live' at
$ FMtvrt 1446 N.E. 2ind Avenue. "
2nd HIT AT 9:45'CARPETBAGGERS' .
That Girl a FRaIiK NCOIIIEBLOWVbIIRIIOIII..,

CARROLL BAKER Leon Mims, owner of'WUWU, states that he Is proud to have Mr. Walden on

SOMETHING WILD" I'' -OM rl...aros Pf.lBriUJ1Il4auGi -wunnacap- rI tZ his staff, and feels that this addition will enable the station to better serve the en-

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Sunday August 16. 1954 Gainesville Sun 9D
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I r States Rights Sue Waits Class
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F'.w :;!* ; I Qiawsuilk SUtt '
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AT THE I Party Misses Plans Meeting. .

T''j'-'j''j't The monthly business meeting

Fla. Ballot RELIGIONMissionary of Parkview Baptist Church!

t Library Sue Waits Class will be held

TALLAHASSEE (AP) The s s Aug. 22 at 3 pjn. The group
National States Rights Party, will meet at the home of Mrs.F. .

i By ARDIS BLACKBURN"The criticized by the Florida Legis- ReturnsTo C. Williams at 1117 NW 30th.
lative Investigating Committeeas Ave.
Soul of Kindness by of the way our society overemphasizes anti Negro, apparentlyfailed .
Elizabeth Taylor.The Viking the importance of to get its nominees for AstronautsOut
Press, 196t.'Elizabeth schooling and Intel e c t u a 1 President and vice president on First BaptistReturning

Taylor's lastest novel achievement; "Waiting for the: the Florida ballot, a spokesmansaid. of Desert

is a study in interpersonal End" (Leslie Fiedler-a bril-, as guest minister to the congregation. The pIctures -
relations, centering about Flora, liant study of the condition of] The organization had soughtto tonight to the church he grew will join a series of por- HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) The
the beautiful "Soul of 'Kind- American literature and culture gather at least 7,500 voter up in First Baptist is Rev. traits of former pastors of the group of astronauts which likely
ness," who "makes inconven- "The Tailor and! signatures in 34 countiesminimums .
; Anthony Stella, now a missionary church's role in world missionsas will produce the first Americanto
ient plans" for other people's Ansty" (Eric Cross) the II required of minor politi- on furlough from Korea. well as at home. set foot on the moon was
pleasures. Another, more story of a colorful Irish couple, cal parties by state law-so that Stella is the son of Mrs. An- The pictures are of Dr. Henry back in Houston Saturday after
piercing criticism of Flora is first published in 1942 and banned its nominees could be listed on thony Stella, 1017 NE Third Ave. Turlington, former missionary to desert-survival training.The .
leveled by a friend who has in Ireland; "Bachelors Are 1 the Nov. 3 general election bal- He and his wife were among China; Mrs. J. Bryan Erasing- 14 trainees returned from
inquired about Flora's travail in People Too" (Frederic Nelson) i lot. 28 missionaries
t'c recently appointed -[I ton, who worked in Luna, Peru, two days on the Nevada desert
childbirth. told she
When
was -a book about men, that women Fewer than 600 names were by the Southern Baptist For-land of Rev. Stella.
tinder anaesthetic he replies, will want to read too; on file with the secretary of eign Mission Board in a special A reception honoring Rev. near Reno with only two quarts
"She always has been." "Essays of a Humanist" (Ju- state's office. of water each, parachutes and
session at the Ridgecrest, N. C., Stella and his mother will be
The plot, smoothly written llian Huxley-a) great scientist Saturday was the deadline for Rev. and Mrs* Anthony Stella, missionaries to Baptist Assembly. held following the evening wor- survival kits.Power.
and coherently told, is minimal.It discussing a wide range of sub-I. the group's workers to place During tonight's services, photographs ship, sponsored by the Wom
begins with Flora's marriageand jects with insight and en- the lists of voter signatures in Korea are presently visiting their home church, of missionaries who en's Missionary Society with .

depicts her adult life. But thusiasm. the hands of county voter offi- Gainesville's First Baptist. grew up in Gainesville's First Mrs. Leon Henderson as host-1 -
Flora is not an adult. She has Fiction cials for checking. Party secre- Baptist Church will be presented ess. of Prayer ..
always been protected.As "First Lady" (Patrick Den- tary Dewey,Taft of Tampa said j
ironic parallels to her life he was virtually certain that the
nis another hilarious "biography"
we are also shown the manner i ) illustratedwith drive had not succeeded.The All-Day SingThere
amusingly Northeast Church of ChristMoves
in which two other women at- in the organization was supporting Dear Editor:
photographs mannerof '
tempt to cope with the actuali-. "Little Me"; "The Disturb- John Kasper of Memphis, will be an all-day sing "Perhaps

ties of their own existences. er" (L. S. Davidson-the fictionalized -Tenn., for President and J. B. today at the Woodlawn Baptist .; your readers

They are not particularly! biography of Thomas Stoner of Atlanta, attorney for Church in Johnson, between would enjoy..
charming or effective women. Morton, who scandalized the the Ku Klux Klan, for vice Melrose and Hawthorne. Into New Building.August a few shorttstatement .
Neither has been able to ma- president.The .
nipulate others to relieve her Puritans of Pilgrim New England state's office I, The event starts at 1 p.m.I ;

of her own responsibilities. But ; "The Third Day" (Joseph also received secretary one of petition this. Rev Emory Dunns is the visiting has been a month of corned its new full-time minis- sant Grove Church of Christ I' which about prayer I readin

each is capable of attemptingto Hayes-a) novel about amnesiaand week from Escambia County I evangelist, and singing major events for the Northeast ter, evangelist Hiram Hutts. Birmingham, Ala., for six ) inj collected
search for self the a -
face and solve the problemsof by author listing 71 voter signatures back- groups from Jacksonville will Church of Christ, and like in The building, equipped for He, his wife and three daugh:
her own life.Meanwhile of "The Desperate Hours"; ing Gov. George Wallace of ,Al- participate. The public is invit- the month, there's more to air 'conditioning and central ters and a son reside here at' works.
"The Night Watchman" (Si-
Flora compoundsthe monne Jacquemardan) excellent abama for President. The peti- ed. come. I heating, includes four classrooms 1503 NE 12th St. I Mme. Chiang Kai i -*
problems of her father-in- of writ- tion apparently resulted from a Two weeks ago the congregation -: and the main auditorium, One of this first activities in Shek said, 'I used to pray
law by pressuring him into mar- example in which time new and wave realityare drive for signatures started a Lloyd's of London, one of the held its first services in the I with seven more classrooms Gainesville was to inaugurate' that God would do this or
riage with his long-time mistress ing relative, in the manner of few days before Wallace de- world's largest insurance com- I!new 235-capacity building at the planned to add later. last Sunday a devotional radio I i that. Now I pray that God
,".a marriage which leaves "Last Summer at Marienbad"; clared he was not running for panies, began as a coffee housein corner of NE 16th Ave. and 15th Hutts joins the Northeast program on a local station. The : will make His will knownto
him'nowhere to go in the,evenings "Doctor Glas" (Hjalmar Soder- the presidency. 1686 run by Edward Lloyd. ,St., and at the same time wel- church after serving the Plea- program will be weekly, and is me.'
-, And Flora encourages broadcast each Sunday at 7:45
) Swedish novel of
berg -a pas-
the"unfounded hopes of an ado- sion ethics and mental health I Ethel Barrymore said,
,
a.m.A 'When life knocks
lescenCfor an acting career to first published in 1905 and still Community Church Directorylanopy coming highlight at the I you to
the point ;where his own aware strikingly modern; "Widows and church starts Monday night witha I your knees which it
ness of the gap between his. Admirals" (Louise Field Coop- series of gospel meetings,I always does and alwayswill
dreams and capacities leads! erthe highly entertainingevents GAINESVILLE CHURCHES Fourteenth St. Church of PresbyterianFirst services at 11 a.m. and scheduled through next Sunday. I well, that's the bes

him to an attempt at suicide. at a summer resort, Advent Churches Christ, 205 NW 14th St., serv- Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. Leading the special services I position'in which to pray,
But this is not a novel of action -. where a divorcee plans revengeon ices at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 Hague Baptist Church, services -at 7:30 each night will be. isn't it? .

,. plot and counterplot. It is her successful rival, "Look Advent Christian Church, 617 Northeast Church of Christ, a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I'' at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. evangelist H. E. Phillips of I Scientist Alexis Carrel'

an exposition of the ways in Away, Look Away" (Ben Haas) NE 1st .St., services at 11 418 E. Univ. Ave., services at Grace Presbyterian Church, Oak Hill Independent Baptist, Tampa. He served in Gaines-,!I is reported by Norman
which people soften reality in a provocative novel about the and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger a.m.1 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 Fairbanks, services at 11 a.m. ville from 1952 to 1960 as a .full I Vincent Peale as once

order to make life bearable. It civil rights struggle in the Memorial Advent Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof a.m. and 7 p.m.Williston. time minister. I having said, 'Prayer, like
is told in a'. gently, epigram- South; "The Barracks" (John Christian ISth!: St. at 45th Ave., Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., Highlands Presbyterian Baptist Church, services Planned during each of these: radium, is a luminousand
matic style which is a constant McGahern) the prizewin- services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 services at 9 a.m. and 6:la. Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave., serv- at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. meetings is congregational sing-! form
delight to the reader. Perhapsthe ning first novel by a young p.m. m. i.i.IP. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.KanapahaPresbyterl. Methodist ing. No collections will be taken I of power/self-generating"
logical conclusions of the Irish writer;' "Path of Dal- Alliance Churches IP. Church Of God Alachua Methodist, SE 1st and the public is invited to at:

author's ironic point of view are liance" (Auberon Waugh) Church of God, Hawthorne an Church, Archer Road past St., service at 11 a.m. tend. Many thanks to this
not pushed far enough. For we the second comic work by the First Alliance, Bishop Jr. Road and Third Ave., servicesat Medical Center, service at 11 Melrose Methodist, services at I reader for these quota
are left with Flora's circle of author of "Foxglove Saga", High,.1901 NE 9th St., servicesat 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. a.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Pawnee Indians may have tions. You too can make
friends nourishing her again Evelyn Waugh's son; "The Tom- 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. EpiscopalEpiscopal Quakers Newberry Methodist, servicesat been the first Americans to take I a substantial contributionto

with soothing syrup and the implication -row Tamer" (Margaret Lau Assembly of God Center, Chapel of Religious Society of Friends, 9:55: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. tranquilizers. They brewed tea the welfare of others

appears that she will! renceten short stories set in First Assembly of God, Wal the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at Orange Creek Methodist, US- from verbena flowers which by mailing in short, appropriate
go on ,forever, protecting her Africa, by the Canadian authorof do Road, services at 11 a.m. Ave., Holy Communion at 8 11 a.m. 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat they called "pleasant dream- I quotations you
dreadful' innocence by her "The Stone Angel"; "T he and 7:30 p.m. a.m., morning prayer at 9 a.m. UnitarianUniversalistUnitarian 9:30 a.m.Williston drink," and they apparently may come across in your
beauty and good intentions. Echoing Cliffs" (Hjalmar The- Universalist Fel-- Methodist Church, used it to quiet nerves and induce -' reading.
The author might have deepened in the Baptist I Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St. -
sen) a love ,story
services at 11 and 8 sleep.
I I the irony of the entire novel South African forest three cen- Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 Holy Communion at 8 a.m., lowship, 1204 NW 10th Ave., a.m. p.m. ___ _II I Thousands will be
by admitting the unlikeli- turies ago; "Manor House" (Johannes SE 15th St., services at 11 morning prayer at 9:30.: First Sunday school and services I( grateful. Maif, ,, them, your
hood of such continuing success.If Meintjes) the storyof a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 both at 11 a.m. I I comments, or questionsto
the blandness of the ending how an old house in South Carol Estates Baptist and 9:30.: AREA CHURCHES Editor, P. O. Box 13.

is a disappointment it is per- Africa influences the lives of its Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, St. Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad Baptist Vacation, bible School Norwalk, C'.,nn. This pub
haps because the blandness of owner and his friends; "The Q services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Holy Communion at 8 Archer Baptist Church, serv- lic service sponsored by:'
the protagonist is both unbeliev- Document" (James Hall Roberts a m.; family service at 9:30.: ices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

able and undramatic.The ) the moral and practical p.m.Eastside Baptist Church, 1501E. Holiness I Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- "

successes of the novel problems created by the discovery Univ. Ave., services at 11 Eliam Pentecostal, SW Archer rose, worship services at 11 j FASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH V
from the by-play betweenthe a.m. and 7:30
come of a document which, if and 7:30 Rd. services p.m.
a.m. at 11
p.m. ,
other characters and the wit authentic, could undermine the .rn.1 First Baptist Church of MicGVille JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL
and 7:30
Faith Independent Baptist p.m. : 1501 E. Ave.
with which the author illumines foundations of Christian belief. University
There is Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th Lake Forest Pentecostal Holiness :
their conversations. a
subtle dramatic tension but it Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Church, 'services at 11 a.m.! PastorIs I HOME

does not lie in any one person, IntegrationStep 7:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.University .
no more than it actually does First Baptist, 425 W. Univ.i Pentecostal Holi- Guest SpeakerIn AUGUST 17-26

in life. Rather it comes from Quiet Ave., services at 11 a.m. and ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- i 311 S. MAIN I ST. .
the constant balancing between 7:30 p.m.Forest ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services Williston _
truth and dreams that each In BiloxiBILOXI Park Baptist, 1624 at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I 7-9 P.M.
character, Flora excluded, must NW 5th Ave., services at 11 Inter-denominational WILLISTON Rev. Fred :
FR 6-5361
always be resolving.N.C.G.. a.m. and 7:45 p.m. Gainesville Drive-In Church, Laughon, pastor of the First. i I
.
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Miss. (AP) With
books will be Hawthorne Road, service at
The following
Gainesville Primitive Bap- Baptist Church in Gainesville,
available at the Library tomor- one crisis past, this resort city 8:30 a.m. -
tist Church SW 34th at Ar- I.
.St.
The Salvation Army, 22 SW was guest speaker at the recent I : {4
row: hoped today to make its school cher Road, service at 11 a.m. !
Geography And Travel 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and Williston Baptist Brotherhood:,
desegregation so quiet the tour- North Central Baptist .
The Highlands" (Ian Fin- 7:30 p.m.Jehovah's. meeting. ;
ists won't know anything unusual -Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services
description of Scot- Witnesses T'ME IS MONEY.
ley) a is afoot. at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thirteen members and two .
land, with maps and illustrations Kingdom Hall of Jehovah'sWitnesses visitors attended the meeting.
: ; "A Family of Islands" Registration of Negroes at Oak Hill Missionary Baptist, 1124 NE 3rd Ave.,!Attending were W. E. Carswell,
', (Alac Waugh) a history of previously all-white elementary 800 NW 40th Ave., services at service at 6:30 p.m. president; A. D. Courtney, Jes-

the West Indies from 1492 to schools took place Friday with 11 a.mand 8 p.m. LutheranFirst se Hartley, Milo Smith, James If You Hove A Room, Apartment

1898, the fruit of Waugh's long strict policing insuring quiet. Oak Park Baptist Church, Lutheran Church, 1801 Sullivan, Ivan Stell, W. H. An- .
wit h the Carib-
acquaintance NW 5th Ave. services i
at 8:30
bean; "Keep Calm if You Can" The next test the opening of 4610 Archer Rd., services at and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. derson, Harold Moore, Jim Sen- Or House to Rent
(Louise Hillarya) family tripto classes comes Aug. 31. 9:45: and It a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Lutheran terfitt, Carl Reddick, Bob Wil- REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS

Alaska, engagingly describedby "We don't anticipate one bit Old Fashioned Missionary Church, 1905 NE 12th St., service liams, Byron Neal, and visitors, I
the wife of Everest's con- of trouble," said R. D. Brown, Baptist Mission, at corner of at 11 a.m.University Jesse Harwell and Mr. Lee, who YOU MORE than the ad that will rent .
queror; "How to Be an Alien" city school superintendent NW 6th St. and 34th Place ser Lutheran Church, has been in Williston for some
humorous was plainly pleased by the tran- vices at 11 and 7:30: time working with Pattersonand
(George Mikes) a a.m. p.m. 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at it !
t treastise on travelling abroad, quil proceedings.Only 11 a.m. Wilder Construction Co. in
17 Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW installing natural gas for Willis- '
[ Hungarian now living in Negroes were among
by Great a Britain. the.742 who signed up for first- 13th St., services at 11 a.m. Methodist ton.The Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU :

Social Sciences grade classes at the 10 schools, and 7:45 p.m. I I Centenary Methodist, 1400, meeting was precededby
Pine Grove Baptist Church SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat EVERY DAY until it is rented :
a chicken served
I "The Vital Balance" (Karl but it was a historic occasion supper by
Menninger) a hopeful look at Mississippi's first crack in 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. members of Circle Two, Mrs.C. .
Faith Methodist IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:
r the revolution in psychiatry classroom racial barriers below 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Church, Howard A. Smith, chairman, Mrs. :

: during the past half century: the college level Ridgeview Baptist Church, Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- M. L. Southwick, social chair-I $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day :
ium 1901 NE 9th St.
"The Tyranny of Schooling" There were no incidents, no NW 19th St., services at 11 serviceat man, Mrs. H. G. Barton, Miss

a. A. Dexter-an indictment visible tension. a.m. and 8 p. m. 11 a.m. Mary Neal and Mrs. B. L. Neal, i $50 per mo. ... . $1.66 per day "
t Westside Baptist Church, First Methodist, 419 NE 1st church social chairman. #.

; 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat St., services 8:45 and 11 a.m. $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day
Youths Lose Passports 11 a.m. and 7:30 pm. and 7:30 p.m. Panal PrayerCASTEL f

i' CatholicSt Trinity Methodist Church, I $60 po- mo. . $2.00 per day .
Augustine Chapel, 1738 ,3536 NW 8th Ave., services at GANDOLFO, Italv

I After Return From Cuba W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses: 9 and 11 ajn. (AP) Pope Paul VI prayed $65'per mo. :. $2.16 per day
at 9:30 and 11 .un., daily mass Wesley Community Methodist

NEW YORK (AP) The en, cheering and waving plac- Mon. through Fri. at 6:30 a.m. Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., Saturday for the gravely ill $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day
I State Department has "tentat ards, met the planes as they'and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 a.m. Con- services at 11 a.m. and 7:301 president of Italy and for Pal- ; .'

t tively withdrawn! the passports arrived from Paris. The group fession Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri. at p.mWesley miro Togiatti, longtime leader $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day
b of 84 American youths who'vis- had traveled via Paris and 5 p.m. Foundation and Uni-,of the Italian Communist party..
ited Cuba In defiance of a U.S. Prague to Cuba. St. Patrick's Church 704 NE versity Methodist Church, 1320 The pontiff did not > '
name Tog- ; ?; $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day ..' ff t{. ;,
ban. One of those summoned to 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, W. Univ. Ave.,, services- at I,
On' their return 'Friday night testify before the House com- 10:30 am.'and 12 noon. 9: ajn. *f'- -
liatti.Die : j "J $85 per'q\o. . $2.83 per day _
three of the mittee Edward 24 I
at Kennedy Airport, Lemansky, ChristianFirst Mormon 7",.
youths were summoned to appear of New York shouted: "I proudly Christian Church, SW Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- in Copter ; fii .
/ : $90 . $3.00 day -
: mo. per
before the House that I'm Com I > per
Sept. 3 proclaim a 2nd Ave. at 8th St, service at ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th I
Un-American Activities Com- munist. I'm an American or 11 ajn. 1 Ave., Sunday school, 1C am.. SEOUL, Korea (AP) Two r

mittee. Brooklyn Communist"Soon West Side Christian Church, II Sacrament ,meeting, 6:30 p.m. U.S. Army officers and two en; $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day i
William T. McConarty, chief after their arrival the meeting at Littlewood Elemen- Nazarene listed men were killed when a

of the Immigration and Naturalization } travelers issued a statement tary School cafetorium, 812 NW I First Church of the Nazarene helicopter plunged to the ground 'I $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day :

Service unit at the air. bearing 84 names and demand- 34th St., service at 11 a.m. 302 SE 1st Ave., services'at and exploded Friday near '
port, said the 84 passports were ing that all of them be called 10:45 amand ;:30 p.m. .
stamped for admission to the before the House committee.As Christian Scientist Trinity Church of the Nazarene .Kwangju, 165 miles south of CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR

United States, but were not they cleared customs immigration Christian Science Church. 420 926 NW 31st.Ave., services 'SeouL |
.
stamped revoked. officers handed them SW 12th SL Service at 11 ajn. at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. An announcement by 8th

Notices of withdrawal were letters from the State Depart Church of Christ University Ave. Church of the Army headquarters Saturday: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS

given the youths, and they were ment informing them of the Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ. Ave., said, the helicopter-a Mojave! ,
I told to turn in their passports. passport suspension.. Many Ave., services at 11 a.m. and services at 10:45 ajn. and 7:30 .CH37B apparently hit a mines .
Some 40 young men and wom openly tore up the letters. 7:30 p.m. p.m. when it struck the ground.

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NATIONALLY FAMOUS SCHOOL SHOES
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BABY CARRIER IN PINK, Tom Adams will address the

BLUE, HAIZE OR WHITE Q Gainesville Rotary noon Club luncheon at a I',
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REG. 6.99 The secretaryof
FOR CHILDREN FOR 86 YEARS THERE HAS TO A state will I
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BROWN SMOOTH 3 I handling of the state's university -
system.His most recent criticism
CRAWLER I came after Florida State
BROWN !University President Gordon '
SETS SMOOTH LEA. Blackwell announced he will re

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I :- Sunday, August 16, 1954 Gainesville Sun 1C NEWS- I F


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I I'n: f By BUZZ MKSON pital to Williston. (Frenchy) French probably -
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Sun Area Editor That action probably is one of echoed the sentiments of the
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I Right now, let's.all stand up the boldest and one of the most people of Williston when he said, g1 L
; 4 M. and give a rousing cheer for progressive moves ever made "I believe the people are will- r
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the Williston City Council. by> a Williston City Council. ing to pay a little more to get

Feudin' ; The Council members deserveit The hospital movement in Wil- a hospital." flJOW1STobacco

Ak for their "take the bull by liston starved about five or six
the horns" action last Monday. Iyears ago; and former Council Dr. Donald McCoy, a former
AFussin'By That action set in motion the I members and other city officials councilman, deserves a lot of : 'i-.
credit for helping to bring a t
f. financial wheels that will bringa deserve credit, too.
SAM i modem medical facility to Wil-
$500,000, 25-bed modern hos- But it was up to the present
Sun Staff Writer liston. He has worked long and
Council to stick its fiscal neck I
Can a who hard on the project, and now he
man owns
out, so to speak and to either 1 I
!rice station drive ., Crash Kills and his partner, Dr. James
any tart cooking or get off the
be .Dailey, plan to re-enter medical Market
pleases on that 4 tove. I
training so they can practice as
is he subject to the Council members have been I
at the hospital
specialists new
Man
fic laws? Jax fairly certain all along that when it is completed.A .
the city had the financial abilityto Nears Sale's EndHIGH
Lawtey
City : swing the hospital dealBut modern hospital, we be-
NearBrooker
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Wayne Massey says last Monday they made sure by lieve, will be a nucleus around i

Lawtey Marshal M. calling in their auditor and a which to build more and big- SPRINGS The High of last year.Through .

dan says 'no' and to BROOKER A 60 year bond attorney and going over ger and better things in Willis- Springs flue cured tobacco I Friday the High

point last week he old Jacksonville man, Jule Bar- the city's present and potential I ton's future. And we commendthe market tomorrow will begin Springs market had sold a total
.. }jiI ry Ware, was fatally injurednear financial like be the last of for $2
for .r.- resources a thrifty Williston councilmen and what will probably I 3,470,554 pounds ,-
sey allegedly Today here Friday night when housewife pores over her household mayor for what could be con- week of sales of the current sea- 000,976. Last year, growers soldon
tires" while on the the car he was driving crashed
budget. sidered a fiscally bold move. the local market 4,240,374
tion property. into a pine tree. The end result was agreementby We have so often heard offi- son.A spokesman for the market pounds for $2,398,082.As .
Then, to add insult to of Cedar Key is celebrat- Ware was taken to the Mid- the Council to proceed with cials of other towns boast that said yesterday that much of Friday f the High

the marshal put the today, and many of his ical Center in Gainesville, setting up a $250,000 hospital their towns have no bonded in- "rough" tobacco is coming into Springs market was '769,820

in jail, and the whole be on hand to observe where he died about midnight.FHP bond> issue to match a like debtedness and no ad valorem the market now, and that the pounds and $397,106 short of last

posed too knotty a. proclaimed by Cedar Key Trooper Paul W. Carter amount available in federal Hill- taxes. But this is not necessarily -end of the selling season is in season's totals.
A big fish feed is
Mayor Charlie Shuford, fry said that Ware, who was alonein Burton funds. The price receivedin
average
of sight.
Lisa with a sign progress or even
passed it on to Bradford father plant P.,H. Davis everybody settled the car, was driving west on Council President Hand Ra- of good and wise government.To The High Springs Tobacco High Springs last year was
,
Theron Yawn. is above his State Road 18 about 8:30 pjn., dacky said at .the outset of the progress and give people Board of Trade is to meet tomorrow 56.55 cents per pound. The av
pictured on
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The episode really look a day older today. when he lost control of his meeting, "The money (for a the services they have come to and decide the closing I erage thus far this season is

a recent Lawtey Council ) vehicle 1.6 miles west of here. hospital) is there, but we can't; expect, a municipality has to date. I 57.65 cents.
Ing when Massey I Carter said the car veered off] do any messing around with it." on occasion go into debt. And Expectations are that the volume Sales Friday totaled 190,528

f dan for not enforcing the highway, crashed into a When questions were raised our present society is sophisti- of tobacco sold on the local pounds for $97,557, an average

fic laws. So what was pine tree and was practically as to whether to go ahead and cated enough that it expects to market and the total that. of 51.20 cents a pound.

natural than for the Teachers broken in two. engage a fiscal agent to han- pay for what it gets. receipts will about equal that
Arrest his critic? Carter was assisted in the in- 'die the bond issue-and whetherto Bradf'd Hospital

vestigation by FHP Sgt. Q. A. proceed with plans to raise

Then there was the Fillingim. some additional revenue, this To Create Upkeep Fund Head Gains

the Bradford County reporter was gratified when

mission utes of their'voted meetings to have Friday will attend a countywide- KindergartenSchool ,Ross Council said vice, "Let's chairman go ahead.Reggie We For Levyville CemeteryPersons Status in Ass'iiCHICAGO

ed as paid preplanning session, accordingto 'lon't want to lose our momen- Bradford Coun

the public could know County School Supt. A. E. Slated tum." CHIEFLAND Trustees of who have relatives ty Hospital Administrator R. E.

goes on." Mikell. The Council members prob- the Levyville Cemetery have! buried in Levyville Cemeteryhave (Bob) Edmondson will be ad-

That came as a real Mikell said that all pupils ably were gambling with their .announced plans to set up a been asked to contributeto vanced to the status of Mem-
reporters present who to who ,\ere not enrolled in Levy For MelroseMELROSE political futures when they vot- the fund. Checks should be bership in the American College -
and of
fund for upkeep cleaning
gently tried to keep the County schools last year should ed to increase utility rates by made payable to the Levyville of Hospital Administratorshere

informed, and who register at the school they are Registration of about $2 per customer per the: cemetery.A Cemetery Savings Account and Aug. 23.Edmondson's.

} had had an average to attend on Aug. 26 between pupils for the Faith Presbyterian -month and to impose but not total of $350 has already mailed to the Levy County advancem e n t

their ability. 9 a.mand 3 p.m. Parents: Kindergarten School will beheld collect unless absolutely neces- been donated to the fund which State Bank, Chiefland. will take place during the professional
must to the school to 26 to Mrs. a 10 per cent utilitytax.
Being somewhat come I Aug. according sary society's 30th annual
will be in savings
placed a account -
the question, we'd say complete the registration papers -. Christine Bartlett, busin ess, and the interest only usedto Anne's BirthdayBALMORAL convocation ceremony in the
ually the minutes of a I Mikell said. manager. I But Councilman Roy maintain the cemetery.The Arie Crown Theatre of Chicago's

while factually correct This does not apply, he said, Mrs. Bartlett said the schoolis CASTLE, Scotland McCormick Place.
hint at what really went to future first grade students sponsored by the Faith Pres- trustees turned to the sav- (AP) Princess Anne ol. The ceremony is held annually -
To take a fictitious -who registered last spring byterian Church, located on SR Facts ReadyIn ings fund idea because of the celebrated her 14th ] preceding the melting of the
cal example: The m in Those parents who do register 21 between Melrose and Keystone distances some people have to England College, held in conjunction
might read: Mr. X first grade students on Aug. 2(6; Heights, and that it is travel to take part in the annu- birthday Saturday at Balmoral]: with the convention of the

the road along his must bring with them proof tha; a non-denominational, nonprofit Starke al cemetery cleanup. Castle, Scotland- American Hospital Association.

paved. The vote was their children are of school age. institution, licensed by the

only Mr. Z opposing. :4t'.F Mikell said that the first day Bradford County Health Dept. Gun DeathSTARKE

t Actually, the of school, Aug. 31, would be a She said further details maybe Train
Truck Crash
with a storm of full day and that'all lunchroom obtained from the directorof
The investigation
with Y calling X a would be in operation- Labor the school, Mrs. L. O. Bald- ;
into the shotgun death of a Pal-
good scoundrel, and X Day, Sept. 7, will be a school
atka man near Lawtey on July
ing with an offer to holiday, he said. win.The
Kindergarten Committee
outside and bust him 13 has been completed, according -
the beezer. And that ( ) The school superintendent said is composed of Mrs. Bartlett, to Bradford County Sheriff But Driver's
on finally settled when X that a slight increase in school Mrs. Jim Neale, Mrs. Claude P. D. Reddish. LuckyAt

to vote for a job for r enrollment is expected this Martin, Mrs. Aleene Adie and The sheriff said he has re-

working nephew as a year in Levy County.He Mrs. Marvin Odom. ceived reports from the FBI on

various tests in connection with
lations man for the MICANOPY Rudy Joseph plied his brakes, then saw the
of Dennis Wa-
the death Alton
bage department. Fremen of Gainesville, a re- train.
And if think this ters, 25, and that the findingswill IntersectionNear
you Only Hope pairman for Southern Bell Tel- A contributing factor to the
be to coroner'sjury
is overdrawn, attend a presented a
ephone Co. today is probably
mental meeting and after Bradford Judge Ther his Micanopy accident, Wood said, is a dense
thanking "lucky stars" or growth of trees on both sides of
the minutes. on Yawn returns from his vaca-
"somebody up there" that likes the highway which blocks the
I Counties' Voice tion.The view down the tracks in either
Before he became a findings will be presented him.The repair truck he was p.m. at a crossing on State Road direction until one is pretty closeto

court judge, J. C. ( to the jury by State Attor- driving rammed into the side ofa 346, 2% miles east of Micanopy. the crossing. The same situ.
kins was a bantering, I said that if state representatives Terming the re. apportionment ney T. E. Duncan. Duncan said moving passenger train with Wood said that the ACL pass- ation exists on both sides of the

meet lawyer who had a are elected in the futureon ruling "the m o st far- Friday that the jury would such impact near here Friday enger train, No. 192, was headed crossing Wood said.
fit occasion. Su a basis of 'population, that probably be convened in early north at about 50 miles per
any reaching ever handed down b y that most of the front end of Wood said the telephone truck
Now as a judge of the one would represent as high as September. hour and that the telephone
the Supreme Court," Crews saidit the vehicle was sheared off. was a total loss H. H. Turner
Judicial Circuit he's six counties in this area. And Waters was found dead of a tin was approaching the
thrown from of ACL
Freman, 34, was Leesburg, roadmaster,
quick on the draw that in the Senate, the small would result in the small shotgun would in his chest at the truck. But the only injurieshe crossing from the east at about estimated damage to the side

Asked about Canon -counties in the tier between here.counties losing race track the home of his wife's parents, received were a few scratches the same speed. of the train car at about $200.
of and Tallahassee would have funds Mr. and Mrs. H. C. (Pete)
forbids the taking I gasoline taxes and min according to Alachua Sher- Skid marks showed that Fre- After the impact, the train
courtrooms, Judge in only one man to represent them. imum foundation funds. Wainwright.Judge iff's Deputy Fred Wood. man started applying his brakes continued down the track about
he had no objection to "Under that set-up" he warn- Bradford's State Rep. A. J. Yawn impaneled a cor- One of theton truck's front 233 feet from the crossing. The 800 feet before engineer Frank

of popping flash ed, "five of the largest coun- Thomas Jr. supported Crew'speech ., oner's jury which viewed the wheels, the engine hood and a truck veered to the left as it Howard of Leesburg was ableto

a matter of fact," ties in Florida would have con saying, "About the only; body, and then recessed pending fender: were thrown by the impact ', neared the crossing and ram- stop it, Wood said.
'they might help trol of both the House and Sen- hope we have now lies in Congress an investigation by the sheriff about 50 feet from where med into the second car of the The deputy said no charges

-judges awake." ate." ---- ." and state attorney. the truck came to rest. Fremen passenger train. would be filed in the case. He

wound up on the ground be- The deputy said Fremen told I said Fremen was taken to the
I COOL AND WET I tween the truck and the rail- him that he didn't see the trainas hospital, checked and releasedand

road tracks, Wood said. he approached the crossing.I Friday night was "doing
The' accident occurred at 2:50 I He said he heard it first ap-fine" at home.

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By JACK to The climatologist says the warmed up. After the sun sets, derstorms keep the state wetter
Thunderstorms are of more water vapor present in storm chances diminish becauseof and cooler than it would be

mon to Florida as is air, the higher the dew point. a lack of sufficient heat to otherwise. The yearly rainfall l 'ab

sawgrass. They not is .Inside a cloud formed by con- convey air upwards.The average for the Sunshine Stateis

the ground and help i tb vection, several things are hap- seasonal life of summer about 62 inches and after-
the Air is still in thundershowers
pening. ascending noon account
full, but also cool off hot thunderstorms usually ends in
with drafts and carrying water drop- for about 8 inches per month
summer days the early of September for
part
lets higher into the atmosphere.The from June to September.
conditioning.Since most of Florida, while the
dark clouds, or thunder- pe- Thundershowers do not bringall
is
Florida a
.... heads, sometimes extend 50,000 riod lingers on into October hot weather rainfall to Flor
.. for t h u
ground feet upwards. At this height, around the lower east coast. ida. Some is created by low

many residents of the water droplets freeze and During this time of year, the pressure areas, which slide in
der what causes the occasionally fall to the groundas sun starts to travel southwardfor from sea. However, low pres-
clouding' and downpour haiL the winter and generatesless
which brew
sure areas, up prolonged -
that can soak them heat at the earth's surface.
Lightning and thunder ac- drizzling weather, are
have a chance to open the company all thunderstor Butson points out that Flori- usually deflected from the state'
brella. an da averages more thunderstormdays
is by the repelling force of the
Keith Butson. state this Lightning a gigantic electri- than any other state. To Bermuda High pressure area.,

gist with"the Florida cal spark jumping between con- pinpoint it more closely, the The Bermuda High sits in the

tural Experiment is centrated areas of positive and highest number of storms in Atlantic east of the peninsula.A f tf

says that into negative charges. Thunder re- the country are stirred up in the visible difference between
product of heat and sults from the rapid expansionof i west central part of the penin
air. They occur most air which is heated as a sula. This frequency is largely the two conditions is that a

ly during the months I lightning bolt cuts through the because of moist winds sweeping thunderstorm generally clears

through September. atmosphere.Most off the surrounding bodiesof within several hours, while a

Butson explains that thunderstorms take water. low pressure area causes an ..
sun heats up the re. place on summer afternoons I For the inconvenience they, overcast sky for extended periods II Deputy Fred Wood inspects truck that rammed into a train. (Sun'ph tObY

the early part of a when)the earth'i surface has may temporarily inflict, tfaun- of, time. I II Buzz Jlixson) .




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Monday Evening End." Favor meets up 8:30 0 Vacation Playhouse"The (Special) Taped high icle of a neghborhood "Government and Busi- O I Love Lucy1O:55flONews O Password'
T 5:00 Q Best of Groucho with his former of sessionof features 2:30 B CD .
boss First Hundred lights today's the Quinto Sisters ness. Doctors.
O Adventures in Harry Maxton and asks Years." Engineering student the Democratic Plat Leslie Uggams, 6:15 8 Scope 11:00 8 CD Concentration O House Party

Paradise him to join the drive. Ben Duncan wondersif form Committee hear Deirdre Damon, Mary O Humanities C-52 O McCoys 3:00 8 CD Another WorldOToTefltheTruth

: CD Movie: "Bodyguard"Lawrence Maxton accepts, but. hf he is being fair to his ings, which began todayat Lou Ryhal, Bob McGrath, 6:30 8 Religions of Man 11:30 8 CD (Color) Jeopardy
Tierney, Pris- doesn't mention that he's wife and baby to work the Sheraton Park Hotel Bill Ventura, Paul Frie- 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words O Pete and Gladys 5:25 O Newr *
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: cilia Lane. been told by a doctor his way through college in Washington, D.C. sen and Victor Griffin. .:(5 0 Pastor's Study 3:30 8 CD ,(Color) You Don't
12:00 8 CD (Color) When
5S: Q Moments In Sports that's he's going blind. especially when a buddy House Majority Leader 10:30 CD Fugitive CD Hi, Neighbor Say Say
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a 11:00 8 0 CD News, Weather, 6:50 0 Farm and Home 12:25 0 News I
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on a surplus 12:30 8 CD (Color) Truth I
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Sports, Weather 7:30 O (Color) 'Monday Nightat McGee report"Hollywood 11:25 Q Movie Robert C. Weaver, authorof ConsequencesO O (Color) Popeye'i PaIl
9:00 0 Danny Thomas for
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8:00 0 News, Sports, the Movies: and the Stars"will 4:25 8 News
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(1938)) A musical guest.
"The not be this
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Racers. 4:30 0
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O News crashes his homemade but then learns that she 0 Andy Griffith 7:05 0 Ranger Hal 1:00 a Convention Preview vention Preview
a transatlantic steam- I
S O Compass Rose racing car to avoid hit- has given up pop music Andy and Barney are both ship race. W. C. Fields : 7:50 0 Local News, Weather Continued coverage of (Special Frank McGee
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7:00 O Zane Grey ting a dog, and the : Democratic P I tform
pet'sgrateful for opera. captivated with their new Bob Hope, Martha Raye, 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo a and Elie Abel analyze
Theater owner stakes O Hollywood and the captive, Angela Carroll, Lamour 9:00 B Divorce Court Committee, Washington, highlights of the Democratic
Dorothy
"Man From Everywhere." him to another car, and Stars Shirley O Bachelor Father D.C. Platform Commit.tee .
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suspected
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The townspeople seem to another chance. The "The Unsinkable Bette Andy: Andy Griffith. CD (Color) Romper Room O Midday hearings, taped .earlier
be getting lynch fever racing scenes were shoton Davis" is seen in film Barney Don Knotts. Otis: 11:30 B CD Tonight ISO 0 People Are Funny; CD (Color) TV Bingo today at the Sheraton

and Sheriff Morgan decides European Grand Prix clips and .till.photos of Hal Smith. Aunt Bee: TUESDAY CD Jack La Lanne 1:30 0 CD (Color) Let's Makea Hotel in Washington,

it's time to move circuits. Kirk Douglas, her professional and private Frances Bavler. Morning and Afternoon 10:00 8 Make Room for Daddy Deal D.C. Peace Corps dir.

his prisoner. Bella Daryl, Gilbert Roland life. 1:10 CD Continental Classroom CD,(Color) Cameras O As the World Turns ector R. Sargent Shriver

O Rawhide Lee J. Cobb, Cesar 9:30 O O Democratic Con.10:00 O 0 Sing Along Please 1:55 8 CD News is a scheduled witness to

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5:00 Q Best of Groucho ice floes; and a helicopter enne Beatrice Kay, song- 10:30'm (Color) Word for 5:00 B Best of Groucho their first baby, but a Alvin Boretz. The Man- 10:30 B CD (Color) Word for

O Maverick rescue of a man trap stress Arlene De Marco Word O Surfs Ide 6 cloud hangs over the re nings reject Mrs. Thorpe's Word

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Sports Peter Freuchen died en Francis Brunn, bicyclistJoe ,11:00 B CD Concentration John Carroll, Adele,Mara. husband she suffered radiation daughter Amy to Dr. Kra- 11:00 a Concentration

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7 7:00 O M Squad O CD Democratic C o n- O Pete and Gladys I
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testify before the crime Committee hearings, taped 11:25 O Movie: 12:30 B CD (Color) Truth or Sports lute Reformer." Playboy "It's a Gift" ((1934)) a O Love of Life '
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commission. earlier today at the "Horse Feathers." ((1932)) ConsequencesO Peter Caine is told by henpecked husband's desire 12:25 0 News

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producer Byron Uffer- 9:00 Q O Richard Boone for 12 years without 12:55 B (D News Tough Mahoney young, is accused of accident while drunk, and his family on a mad O Search for Tomorrow

litz offers Simon Templaran "Run, Pony, Run. Al- graduating, Professor : 1:00 B Convention Preview-' shooting one of the men and Peter afraid to In- trip to California. W. C. 12:45 0 Guiding Light
opportunity to star in a Waystaff tries to give hima Continued coverage of volve his prominent father Fields, Baby LeRoy. 12:55 8 CD News
though the tragedy of narcotics who gave him a ride. Lu-
picture based on his ownS addiction has been hand by assuming the Democratic Platform cas: Chuck Connors. 0'- in his troubles, gives 11:30 B CD Johnny Carson 1:00 B Convention Preview
life presidency of the school. Committee, Washington,I Debra a check to keep Atlantic
.. story. Templar: Roger dramatized many times, Mahoney: Kip King. Jack- FRIDAY City.
Moore. Ufferlitz Ron- Groucho Marx, Harpo D.C. silent. Mason Raymond
: this story delves a bit son: Douglas Spencer. : Morning and Afternoon O Midday
aid Radd. Orland Flane Marx, Chico Marx, Zep- O MiddayD Bur r. Della: Barbara
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= most hotly contested objective of circumstance. WEDNESDAYMorning 1:55 B (D News a construction engineer, the setting for tonight'sshow 6:15 B Scope 2:00 B ID Loretta Young

in North Africa. O Petticoat Junction 2:00 B (D Loretta Young hired to build a railroadto taped at Knotts Ber- O Summer Semester O Password
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3 7:30 Q CD Mr. Novak O Virginia City, is harassed ry Farm in Buena'Park, I 6:30 8 Religions of Man 2:30 a CD Doctors -
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bye. Novak finds him- British comedian Max O House Party posing as a respectablemine comedian Jackie Vernon. 645 0 Pastor's Study 3:00 B CD Another WorldOToTellThe.Truth
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Jefferson High student a flashback sequence, ess. O Lucille Norman, Gambler," "Ride, Ride, 6:50 0 Farm and Home 3:25: O News -
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producer E. Jack Neu met Max In England. O Summer Semester 3:30 B CD (Color) YonDon't ard Webb. Ways," "You Know My Singer Kaye Ballard Is Say

man. Novak: James Fran- 10:00 O O "The Rise of 6:30 O Religions of Man Say CD To Be Announced Name" and "Wagoner'sSong. guest -O.Edge of Night.. .
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1 Seven Lowell began in 4:25 News
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tion party that included Using film clips and 7:50 O Local News vention-Preview City. Frank McGee and gambler Pete Braven with 9:30 0 People Are Funny (Special) Highlights of to-
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MacMillan, a member of Chet Huntley 9:00 O Divorce Court the Democratic Plat 8:30 B CD Dr. Kildare bank scheme. Script by 10:00 8 Make Room for form Committee hearings,

.. the 1908 Peary expidition; traces seven steps inKhrushchev's O Bachelor Father form Committee hearings. "One Clear Bright Thurs- Frank Fenton from a Daddy taped at Convention Hall,

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charge, and puts him to perform this show's Fields 12:25 O News O Death Valley Days Let of Livin' to Do." damus transplanted into 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers
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Josh: Steve McQueen. Clampetts to sing "Mail Joan Bennett Gail Smith O Search for Tomorrow 7:30 8 International Shaw>> "Misty," "I Wish I Werein is, Robert Hutton, Julie O Invisible Man

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Donna Guests not listed. Continued coverage, Atlantic and by a male chorusof Pat Suzuki, Is Edmundo
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Tolliver is attracted to las. Jethro: Max Baer. THURSDAYMorning City, N. J. that develops into a singers and dancers. Ros's guest. Selections 6:30 0 Password '.

wealthy Caroline Witman, 9:30 0 Dick Van Dyke and Afternoon O Midday twist. Clowning routines O Twilight Zone include "You Belong to CD: FUntstones

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on the Virginian. Virgin- and Laura become hapless "Government and Agri 1:30 fcl CD (Color) Let'sMake also seen. Don Ameche is mountain cabin, a state SATURDAY 7:00 B Circus Boy

fan: James Drury. Garth: pawns when their cu1ture":1S a Deal the host. trooper and a iashion designer Morning and Afternoon O Jimmy Strickland,

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6:45 0 Pastor's Study O House team over the High Sierras i- ling. O Captain Kangaroo 8:30 O Defenders
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I kids end up in parked cars doing what they shouldn't. ,mature for'my age and look much older. There Is a divorced !r READY MR.YOKUM!! READY ISALLUS W' -NO MATTER WHUT-AHHAFTAWEARTO ,

Boys have started coming to my house along with girls, lady who lives on the corner near me. Every time she sees TNE f5 STOPPIN' ita ARE VOU READYFDRVOURDINNER DINNER:= CIT e,
and my Dad is already complaining about the noise, and :me she tells me what a nice looking young fellow I am MV
g ." not.having any privacy any more. .I have always broughtmy 'and she asks me when I am coming over to visit her. She \JACKET FITTING? ,c rr
girl friends, to my house to watch television or just to says she Is lonesome. Should I tell my father la ''r

V I talk, _or to make lemonade and stuff,but this year It's 'different. SONNY' n I1 InV >rt +
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that, too. But if he keeps grumbling about the TV program DEAR ABBY: I am writing In regard to the letter signed mac.1T5 .
we're watching instead of going to watch the other TV, he'll "DISAPPOINTED IN DOCTORS." The writer claimed her s ss _

( make my friends self-conscious and they won't come back, mother was ill and was ordered to bed by her doctor. When / \
and I won't want to stay home evenings either. the mother worsened, the daughter phoned the doctor, who
We live in a small town and except for movies, where said, "There is nothing I can do. What do you expect froma j I fM 11 ..
can we go that doesn't cost a lot more than kids our age 73 year old woman?" He refused to make a house call

have to spend? Most of my friends have the same trouble and the mother died the next day. LAND RUN SHOW HIM OUR
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dances are silly, our ideas say are kooky. They criticize our hair, This Is hard to believe. What probably happened was this: MAW!! ( '' 0 GOSHEN! NEW UTTER OF PISS
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and clothes and our choice of friends. No wonder kids want When the doctor first saw the patient, he advised the daughter E"t YONDER COMES < ) HOUSE

cars! They want to get as far away from home as possible. to put her in a hospital for a thorough examination and TH' PARSON
I really don't want to go off In a car with a boy. I ,just tests. The daughter refused and attempted to care for her
want a place where my friends can come and, have fun mother at home. When the mother grew worse, the daughter
called the doctor and he probably said. "Since did not
and act like teen-agers without '''feeling guilty about beingone. you
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some place in a car because, if you keep driving, you get cared for?" It 1

to speeding just for fun, and if you park somewhere, you Abby, the image of rich, country club, golf playing J I
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I wonder how many kids who end up in trouble had these other professionals are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a C/2
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Abby, that we kids aren't bad. We just want to get together, ence regarding her mother. Blaming the doctor will not

and home is our favorite spot, if only we were made to feel absolve her guilt for neglecting her mother. \\&UT 46 YEARS APART! ARE I \T THIS MOMENT; WON EV-FEAR T|T ISN'T1
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7:30 Gospel Caravan 7:00 B Bill Dana Burke's LawMysteryA CD Hi, Neighbor _
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right of way S2S Barbara J. S. Me- NW 3rd Ave.. drunk. $40 or 20 days. 1 -. :.r ,cP.JI 14. Eastern 40. Myself ( Friday's Puzzle)
Aulay, 1004 SW 21 it Ter.. careless driving Earl E. Stephens, Fernandlna Beach. FAMILY RATES i ; PART TIME work for neat appear
$25. Edward Pinkney flO SE 8th willful and wanton reckless driving! 30 .. .. ..,. ., ing man in Men's Dept. Includes potentate 41.Imitated 54. Timetable 6.Norse \
Ave.. ran red light $10. John Predny. days. 1 Insertion Me hitS I :: : Sunday work. Must be IS yrs.of 15. Principal
:
43. Tire
Chicago, ran red light. $50. Clayton forfeitures: Emery L. Hlggs 254-R = 1 Insertions ....... 22C line = U I. age Apply J. M. Field's Store abbreviation55. legend
4 Insertions 17e line | \. It ''J !L Personnel Office. ore of lead 46. Oil oforange
Shade 1.--
Register 3609 NW 22nd Place ran Fla. Ill, speeding, $IS. George J. ._. v tree Hmda
step sign. S2S. Edward M. Relzen, Splrtos Tampa. violation' of one way Ii 12 InsertIons ..- 14c line 5: 5I. ;r") FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail 17. Possesses biosDOWN
Gainesville, ran stop sign. $10. street. $5. John H. Biantner II. Shef Total 1 charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned i ,. \ clothing and furnishings. Experience 18. October cymbals
x number of Insertions. I oms Colorful 8.
David B. Sincere 3632 NW 41st field Trailer Park U-Turn. $5. *'; necessary In retail sell- birthstone 1. Rugged,
Lane ran stop sign. 010. James R. -char*** dismissed; Rufus W. Hair f Five letter words per line \7I ::- Ing. Salary commensurate with 48. Custom fish mountain
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Steele, High Springs speeding. 110 403 NW 10th St.. petit larceny. Brad I ability and experience. ii/', day 50. Summer 2. Ital:capital crest
11-
James V. Woods 225 SW 2nd Ave.. W. Penk. 1708 NW 10th Ter.. petit 1" :; week. Insurance benefits. Write 20. Palm lily
parked In truck loading zone. Si. WIlliam larceny. Sam.as2lines *' .. : resume to box 461-A to arrangefor 21. Capable! drinks Red-yellow 9.Palntletteis
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C. Woodberry. 1714 W. Univ. Ave.. COURTHOUSE RECORDS 8 Pt. ordinary type I I. I, t, personal Interview. Mountain 51. Site of famous color with red lead
parked In truck loading zone. Si. Fran Court ef Record
H
cis W. Wood. lOtS NW 14th Ave.. .I.... Ira Carter Presiding I 12 Pt Same as 3 lines & 13-Help Male or Female nymph telescope 4. Register 10. Guldo's26.MLts
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parked in truck loading zone. $5. Peter Civil Dispositions < ordinary type ., 4 Thorough note

Williams. 413 SE 13th Ter.. disorderly. Barkley Motors Inc. v. Clyde Rowe I ,. 'ii TTS Turner 53.Roast fare abbr. 12. Engineer's I.
WANTED
Operator good workIng
$25. Gainesville. $78.22 $9 Same "
conduct. plus costs. I| O as 4 lines I;
Alfred Brown Rt. 3. noisy auto *1" Barkley Motors Inc v. Rossie Marshall | O Pt ordinary type .. l"! -il'I' conditions good pay. Coo- degree abbr.
In I I '. ., "'::2:; .... tact Stafford Caldwell Gainesville
Drew Lambert. AAarlanna parked oner Creek. S76." plus S9 costs. : 1.- ... 4I. 16. Bitter tab
: Jhi"r ..: ., SUII.UNENCUMBERED. rrrrr / 1 a 10
truck loading zone $5. Shelley Leder. Robert L. Young Jr. d-b-a Daniels Servo .: .,.... : .--. 1- :I 19.
Unlv Ave.. out ice Station = : ; Nt 'lh Equal
parking Mrs. N.
man 119 W. v. J. Hornsby. = --:: :: : xouple for motel _
out of zone 15. Jasper Long< New- Gainesville, $9.20 plus $4 costs. 24 DiSame -s 5 line 'IJj' '' management training. Gainesvillearea. T It. IT 22.Abject

berry. parked In truck loading zone Thomas Oil Company v. John Helton, I-- I... ordinary type i; ... Salary plus fringe benefits. 24. Give of
$5. Thomas Pyles 42? Blvd.. parked 15 NE llth St., $585 plus S4 costs 1 .. .': : Write Box 462' c-o GainesvilleSun. -. -
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In truck loading zone. Si. Robert T. Crevasse's Inc. v. Jack Clark d-b-a : :.:: '..... ..1"- rf / IS ifr steam25.Putoa
Thomas. '11 NW 40th Ave., one way Jack Clark Builders. 1729 NW $tb.- Ave. 'l'
street violation $10. Clisby C. Moxley. Fuiigas Inc. v. Tau Chapter of Theta i ( TEACHERS. fully Qualified. for ;
1117 NW 13th St. speeding $15. AndrewW. Chi Fraternity University of Florida. 1 36 Pt I Same as 7 lines .. good late vacancies. No fee unless ;r 'l'h '11, zo 26. Statute

Row Jr.. 114 SW 23rd Dr.. ran red $114.44 plus $4 costs. I ordinary type '.-:1.., ....... -,: placed. Southern Teachers ;l'h _z 27. Shaded
light. $15Wendell Fuilgas Inc. v. Delta Delta Chapterof = Agy.. Columbia S.C. "l"/ ZJ 11 ir Zf'. z5 walk

N. Statnsby. 621 NW 36th Kappa Sigma Fraternity University of i & r4Wt4WBe S4S WEEKLY AND MORE ://: 1 : h
St.. U-Turn $10. Sharon Lee Stedman 29. Gait
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For
reliable
Florida $2208 plus $4 costs. man or woman to
be responsible for more than one = T
will not
3207 W. Univ. Ave.. failure! to yield I The Gainesville Sun service Watkins customers in 25Z7 29 33.
Ola d-b-a Gainesville Spoken
L. Rowan
right ef way MS. Marcel E. Marty Opticians incorrect insertion nor will I It be liable for any error In advertisement 5
West End. Full
or part time.
Jr.. 2823 NE 11th Ter.. speeding $10. v. Dolphus Tucker Gainesville to a greater extent than the cost of the space! OCCUs No Investment. Write C. R. Ruble 35.Vilify!
$22.50 S4 costs. iT if
plus
Stephen D. Malm. 215-T Fla. Ill speedIng pled by the I1 em In the advertisement. No adlustment will = P. O. Box 2<<7. Memphis. JJ M 3i 37. Old World
$10. Linda M. Kilpatrkk 3334 NW Barkley Motors Inc. v Earl Brown 33 be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of = Tenn
Newberry.. $8895 plus $9 costs. -
4th St.. ran stop sign $10. Charles E. the advertisement. g 36It 31'l'5; 39 r''f'7". sandpiper
Maloy III. 1926 W. Unlv. Ave.. parked Barkley Motors Inc. v. Lennon L 14-Sales Help Wanted 39. Of age
In truck loading zone. Si. Gore 408 SW 27th St. The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or I a. 3 wise look ahead Use dainty
Hezeklah Roundtree. 727 NW 4th Ave. N. L. Coleman d-b-a Coleman Oil Co.V. (ecting 1 any advertisement which it deems obfectional and to m motifs for bazaar hostess Chris- f'l"40" 41 4Z 4' 42. Tube
driving while Intoxicated $150 and R. H. Peters. Rt 2. GaInesville $14.28 chance the classification of any advertisement from that or- = mas gifts! LICENSED Real Estate salesman : /'h : .2; : 44.Bedouin'shat
drivers' license suspended three plus $9 costsN. dered to conform to the policy .of the paper. = SI00 a week drawing account. _

months. Edward S. Campbell Jr., 1610 R. Coleman d-b-a Coleman OH Co.v. ii .. BIG VAlUEI Large volume builder developing -. 47 48.. 4' cord
Mrs. 1404 NW ------ Embroidery mo 3 'l/j
Ruby Klllinger. 3rd Position
NE 19th Place. failure to yelld right UIIllllllllllllltJIIIIIIR"I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-- tifs galore about 2V' 8-inches areas. in Gainesville. 45. :Microbe
et $25. Andrew J. Bently 607 SW Place $37.93 plus S9 costs. for towels, Reply to Box AtM c-o Gainesville W--- ?
way. cases. scarfs mats.Pattern 515f 5
2nd Ter.. drunk. 25. Tomelon K. Hayes Robert A. Gludice v. Fred "Adeeb Jacksonville 8 Baby Sitters. Child Core 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 849: two each 7 designs. Sun. /

Tampa. disorderly conduct. 25. Kevin $59. small motifs.Thirtyfive WANTED 3 MENto ----4&Arrest
J. Kelly. 1303 NE 31st Ave.. speeding. H. T. Poole .. E. E. Gable db-a COMPETENT mother will care STANLEY Home Products has opening assist In 53 :
$10. Jerry L. Stewart. 107 NE Silt St.. Poole Gable Motors Inc. v. William S. for children. reasonable In her for 3 ladies for special cents in coins for this plus' me commissions my business. Sal-
ary if -
Mansfield. Ocala $37.04 plus $4 costs. home at 909 SE 1st Ave. PhoneFR qualified. '
ran stop sign. $10. Ethel F. Cue. 91S part time work Aug. 15 Christ pattern add 15 cents for each Also company bonuses. Neat a-is I
.
Aaron Miller d-b-a Orange Hill Shellv. 4-4481. mas. 3 hrs. Per time 30 min. Af New fe t re 52.While
NE 24th St., careless driving. 25. daily $50 weekly. pattern for 1st Malcolm R. Dixon Jr.. Jacksonville. Henry Latson MIcanopy $38.04 plus Car essential. For information special handling. Send to Laura Call Mr. Haney 3720500.
speeding $10. Ruth E. Tennant, MiCa $4 costs.J. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED write Box 440A Gainesville Sun Wheeler Gainesville Sun. Needle- Scott & Fetzer Corp. between *
nopy speeding $10 Albert V. Thomas R. Crane d-b-a Crane Motor Co. v. giving address & phone. craft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old & 10 A.M. Monday Wednesday 18 Schools & Institutions 30 PETS & SUPPLIES

2013 NE 8th Ave.. carrying concealed C. J. Grleslnger. Rt. 2. $20.09 plus W WANTED MAID. Tues.-Sat. 8 to 5:30. Must Chelsea Station. New York 11, .. Friday.SALESMEN. I
dependable maid 2 hrs.
'Herbert E. Garver. Rt. 4. costs. AMERICAN Shepherd and English
weapon. $50. be with N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER SPEEDWRITING SPELLING
careless driving. $25. Thomas W. Bass. Sun Finance and Loan Co. v. Moses daily. 3 to 5 P.M. for 5 day week. & have good children. good cook NAME. ADDRESS and Aggressive to sell CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned -
own transportation. Call
Trenton. ran stop sign. $10. James J. T. Chisholm 731 NW 3rd St.. $301.92 Phone FR 2-2794 after 6:00 P.M. after 5:30 Thurs. & Fri. & all ZONE. finished masonry homes on customers Secretarial Courses Classes now wormed and ready. FR 2-003X

Rich 2026 W. Univ. Ave. ran red plus S9 costs. BOOKKEEPER. General. Some emphasis day Sun. 372-1704 or between 9 lot. Ideal for man who form. Howell's Business College. SMALL bred puppies. $10 each. See
light. S10. Catherine F. Cronlse. 2121 L. W. .. D. P. Wilson db-a Wilson's on accounts payable pay. .. 4 372-2010. NEW FOR 19651 200 designs wants to make S600 mo. or more. 218 W. Univ. Avenue. FR .- all day Saturday and Sunday.
NW 12th Ter.. ran stop sign. $10 Exchange v. James E Cannon. 1041 S. roll. Full-time. All company ben- more fashions to knit, crochet For interview write Michael R. 3507. 1127 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
Lanard W. Jackson. 717 NW 5th Main St., $12 plus $7.50 costs.J. efits. Prestige company In Gaines WHITE female neat honest & de- than ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns Wright Sales Mgr., p. O. Box
Ave.. careless driving $25. Robert W. T. Simmons Jr. and Ray D. HelpIng ville. Write Box 488-A c/o GainesVille pendable to make sandwiches. embroidery. dolls' clothes. Send 25 4097. Jax 5. Fla. or call 389-5242. 28 Livestock & Supplies PUREBRED Beagle puppies for
Hewitt. Orlando. U-Tum. $10. CharlesH. d-b-a Dixie Hardware 8 Garage v. Sun.COCKTAIL drinks & use cash register. Salary cents for new Needlecraft Catslog. INSURANCE AGENTSLet sale. Ready for new homes nowl
Archer. S30.88 $4 $40 wk. with Increaseto 3 at $30. 1 at S45. Phone 41.251'
Alexander. Jacksonville ran rid Mrs. Tom Rimes plus WAITRESS over 21. per me broker those rated or rejected BOARD horses good pasture exercise -
light. $50.Alan costs. $70 over 6 months period. cases for Life Dachshund 2 outstanding
in you. or track. Taylor Ranch, Wil- MINIATURE :
to Gator
J. Querido. no address given Bennie S. Shearouse d.b-a Shearouse's Apply 433 N.W. person 13th St. after Thirsty 1:00 P.M. Must have experience using cash VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT hosp. contact Mr. SkadouskI 372- liston. Call FR 21439. females must sacrifice at
blocking traffic S7.JO. Isidoro M. Garage v Edith Harris. Rt. 2, 57.12 register. Light grill work experience PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt 6532 anytime. ISO ea. AKC. FR 4-8943.
.
Martinez de Santellces 3020 NW 19th plus $4 costs.J. WANTED saleslady must have iew- helpful-but not necessary. Book. For beginners experts. WANTED DEAD OR ..LlVE.
Ave.. passing at intersection S50. Ruth- R. Crane. d-b-a Crane Motor Co.v. CIty store experience & references. Hours 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Send 50 cents now I BIG MONEY IN YOUR OWN dairyman to show us a better
le L D. Jenkins. 1713 NE 4th Ave.. T. W. Roberts. Waldo. $63 plus $4 Steady position good salary. and 5:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. 6 BUSINESS. Build your big dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills 32 Mobile Homes For Sole
ran red light. $10. costs.J. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. days a week. For appt.- call 376- paying house-to-house route bus- 16 pet. All Pulleted Dra)-
John Chasteen. Newberry care less R. Crane d-b-a Crane Motor Co. v. WANTED waitress. 0924 between 10:30 & 11:30 12 Male Help Wonted iness. steady income for life Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN TRAVEL TRAILER
driving $25. Conrad E. Justice 1802 Charles Lucas, 1046 NE 14th Ave.. $17.55 experienced mornings or 5 to 9 evenings .with over 250 finest quality per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala Manufacturer

SE 45th Ter.. backing around intersection plus S4 costs.J. Apply rant. 310 Humpty NW 13th Dumpy St. Restau- only. Sandwich Inn.Opportunity. CUSTOMERS need service in W. COSMETICS NEEDS. Beautiful AND HOME chua. Phone FR 2-1095 er 441- LI'I Beavers and Big Beavers

$10. David C. Koger. Rt. 3. Indecent R. Crane d-!>a Crane Motor Co. Alachua Co. or part Gainesville. fast sellers advance packages to Dls- 2105. built by the IOC's. Free brochure

exposure, $50. Lex H. Strickland v. Mrs. Helen L. Hooker Citra $5029 BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Full or part time. Earn $3.50 TRIBUTOR. Write your plans FOR SALE four registered short- PO Box 24$. Fitzgerald. Ga. \
1701 NW 38th Drive two cases of delinquent plus $4 costs to S5 hour demon
up per hourly and up. For informationsee experience. horn bulls. 3 yrs. old. Will sell
Old 97
furn.
parking tickets. $5 on each.Alonzo Mary Payne d-b-a! Payne's Fruit .. strating famous StudioGirl FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. Must or write D. T. Webb Sr.. Dept. .N. Tampa, Fla.,Company 33405. all or Individually. Call 444-3285 For Sale 1 BR air condo Excellent .
cabana.
trailer Si enclosed
J. Brown. Rt. 3. speeding $10. Vegetable Market v. George & Lucille Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. possess supervisory ability enjoy Waldo or write Rawleigh FA F after 7 p.m. FR 2.9884, 4-8
condition.
Allen R. Watson. Archer failure to Wells. Hawthorne. $23.85 plus SS.Gertner's Phone 374-4334 after 6 working with the public by tele- 320 2003, Memphis, Tenn.
yield right of way. 25. no drivers' Inc. v ,O. C. Bass .. Betty phone and be better Sell Education 30 PETS & SUPPLIES A.M. and 6-12 P.M. _
personally. a
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary
license. S20 Melford H. Wicker. 331 Bass d-b-a Betty's Grill & Restaurant. WANTED University of Florida LEADING Home Study School has SALE 1963 New Moon 10x40 3 -.
SW 73rd st. drunk. $40. Gerald W. 1320 E. Univ. Ave.. $21 plus $5 costs. to begin work by August 21, than average typist reasonably student to work full time before opening for capable closer for BR, front kitchen living room
Reed. 321 SW 13th St.. petit larceny. Aetna Finance Co. of Gainesville v. or earlier. Salary commensuratewith permanent. Top pay. If you are school starts then part time this area. Wide open opportu- ARISTOCRAT OF DOG DOM. Wei- and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 603.53 -
8100. Walter S. Anthony. 434 SE 13th Carter C. and Caretha W. Watts. 630 experience benefits. Hue' and Cross ability.and looking for more than lust an afterwards. Room rent to con- nity to earn S14.000 $18,000. maraner puppies. Make good after 5pm.
Ter.. ran red light. $10. Robert Taylor NE 9th Ave.. $473.39 plus $4 costs and Blue Fringe Shield. For interview average |lob this is your opportunity stitute part payment. For infor- Qualified leads furnished. Excel. watchdogs, hunters or. companions -
732 NW 4th St.. speeding. $10. ThomasC. Sill attorney's fee. tact E. A. Clayton or James con-E. to get with a large local mation call FR 43012.WANTED. lent commissions. liberal over for children. 372 4457. FOR er with SALE cabana.1949 Trave Must house be movedor trail. __

Brown Newberry. failure to yield Aetna Finance Co. of Gainesville vCloY11 Clayton. Phone 372-9591. company that offers many write bonus. Expandable terri AKC Basset puppies sold by Sept. 1st. Call 172- _
right of way. $25. Jeam M. Brady & Vernoia Watson. 1239 SE 19th fringe benefits! Including: Paid vacation tory. Splendid future with large 2295. _
810 E. Unlv Ave.. careless driving. Tel'.. SA4095 plus 14 costs and S148 It- WANTED TTS Operator good workIng sick leave, insurance and : established school. Answer only 481-2638.

'25. rneVs fee.Marvin conditions. good pay. Contact pension plan. Apply in person to LIVE SNAKESReptile If you have had successful experience LABRADORS S mos. old, AKC FOR RENT or sale 1962 New -
Franklin J. Young 909 NE 22nd Ter.. J. Bass v. T. J. Bass and Mr. Stafford Caldwell Gaines. Classified Advertising Department in sale of education Reg., black beauties good com Moon trailer 10 x. 53, will tike -
disorderly conduct. $100. James Williams 1'. '.1. Bass Newberry. $695 plus $77.97 vllle Sun. Gainesville Sun. Importer in Southern California books or Intangibles. Box 490-M panions at home or In the field. smaller trailer for equity and :

Fort White. carrying a concealed Interest and $11 costs. LADY with accounts receivable ex would like to hire personsin C-o Gllinf'svillf Sun Phone FR 2-5743. take up payments. Phone. FR __
weapon. $50. Raymond Stephenson Allison Raddin v. Leon Blanton Ala- perience. Typing essential. Age 21 or near Gainesville\ Fla. to cap- 2-1313.
1039 SE 10th Ave.. delinquent parking ture local snakes lizards and amphibians POINTER pups L_ BEST FAST DELIVERY .
Springs $15 plus $4 costs. to 45. Apply Mrs. Kates Ruddy's 16Worlc Wanted FemaleI
ticket. $5. William O. Woodward. 22M Allison Raddin v. Leon Blanton. ALA-t- Secretary Dept. Store. and send them to California blood lines. FDSB Reg. FEDERAL QUALITY :
NE 3rd Place faulty muffler $10. chua. $11 plus $4 costs. at importers expense. Will 3Vi mos., 1 male 1 female S100 .
6th Ave.. drunk. snakes do Ironing In my home. Call each. FR 23477. HOMES INC.
Johnnie Floyd 610 NW d-b-a B .. J Service Center -- pay 35 cents-ft. for most '
Jimmy Gay
S30. Robert Paul Jones. 606 NW 32nd Roosevelt Mitchell and Doris Mit- 12 Male Help WantedLAB under 6' long and 50 cents-n. for FR 4-2918. Lincoln Estates.DOCTOR'S SIAMESE kittens and stud service 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR .
v. ABLE to meet neat
public
$15. James V, Woods. appearance snakes 6'. If Interested. send 25113 Walt Johnson, Mgr. .
Place speeding. chell. LaCrosse $5475 plus $5 costs. skilled in shorthand and over receptionist experience registered, lilac, blue and
225 SW 2nd Ave no valid Florida Fulloas Inc. v. R. L. Chaffin. 2419 typing. excellent fringe benefits InCluding TECHNICIAN construction your name & address along witha ed. Phone FR 2-9955 after 6:00 chocolate point; S25 up. Williston TWO mobile homes oajarge shad
driver's license. $20. materials must have high list of the 5 most common species P.M. and Sunday. 528-4448. / :
N E 10th Ter., $9 costs. paid vacation 5 day work lot, complete .wUh deep .wi! .
in to E.
Pensacola. driving of snake your area
&
Howard V. Campbell. school education own car.
University City Bank v. Johnny B week I hour day. Salary commensurate I French poodle. Each mobile home has screened
Meyers. 353 W. Bennett Ave.. WILL work days. Call FR 3 Pekingese
driver'slicense Lab.. 333 SW
and i Pittsburgh Testing
Intoxicated. $150
while aka Johnny Ace. 904 NE 24th apprecl-
Reddish with to :
ability. Apply In Glendera Calif. Shots and wormed. All with pa- In patio. Must be seen
suspended three months.. Philip St.. S49.40 plus S4 costs. person ROYAL CROWN BOTTLERS 6th Ave. Call Mr. Ward 372- 2-0336 ofter 6:00 P.M. pers. Phone FR 25029 3725113. ate. Live in one rent the other. _
Rodney Dixon 862 NW -&Cth Ave*. ran Fuiigas Inc. v. Sam Taylor and Ernell 1201 E. University Ave. 0255. 376-4470. .
red light. $25. Robert Showers Jr.. 1016 J. Taylor. Rt. 3. $483.45 plus S11 costs. Phone 372-4751. WANTED retail milk route salesman MAINTENANCEVACANCIES 18 Schools & Instructions EXCELLENT black Cocker Spaniel -
NE 23rd St.. drunk $25. William W. Baird Hardware Co. Inc. v. Ralph L age 25-45. must be bondable. female puppy. 7 months. AKC
Howard. Ocala drunk. $25. James Chambers .. Harry Matthews d-b-a North- Apply to Jim Johnson at Carlton's I HIGH SCHOOL papers. Shots bargain at $50. Pet FREE ESTIMATES on. :
Thomas.. Alachua. speeding. $25. Joseph side 66 Service Station $141.35 plus $5osts. CURB WAITRESSES day end Dairy phone 372-5404 for ap- or showdog. 3723077. .
Zuber. 5054 NW 34th Ave.. night shin top wages. Applyin Large phosphate chemical operations at home, free booklet, A m e lean FURNACES end QualityCentralAte
E. person Jerry's Restaurant. pointment. in central Florida has immediate School P. O. Box 16(41 Jackson- AKC reg. Chihuahua puppy. male
and
driving while Intoxkated. $150 Hardware Co. v. W. W. Tilton
driver's license suspended t hr e emonths. d.H Baird Circle Bar Ranch. Palatka. $74X70 2310 S. W. 13th St. ASSISTANT night manager. Larry'sRestaurant. personnel vacancies with for.minimum maintenance of- yule Fla 32214. excellent! line, fawn color 7 wks. : : :.: :

Phone FR 2-5387 or MEN & women IS to ss to train for old;' also Chihuahua stud service.FR .
plus $10 costs. SECRETARY WANTED Must be five years experience as lourney- -
Mathew Johnson 1434 NE 1st Ave.. Aetna Finance Co. of Gainesville v. proficient In shorthand and typ- 1225 W. University Avenue. man hi the following classifications \- CIVIL SERVICE 24091. Conditionersby ;
ran red light. $10 faulty muffler. $10. James B. and Rachel Sinclair. 909 SEth ing. Salary commensurate with Route man needed at once. Canada : Examinations. For Information
Louis Days. Rt. 4. no valid Florida Ave.. $350.39 plus $4 costs antf $IU experience and ability. Scruggs Dry Bottling Co. 376-5825. 405 NE Maintenance Mechanic: Must have send name address & Phone No.
driver's license. $20. John R. Scully. attorney's fee. & Carmichael. 3 SE 1st Avenue. 33rd Ave.WANTED thorough knowledge and experience Key Training Service. 112 W. FURNITURE 7n-- :
2901 NE 13th St.. speeding. 810. DennisF. Frank Osborne d-b-a Franks Refriqertion Ph. 374-5242. TTS Operator. good work- in general maintain a n ce Adams St.. Jacksonville.
Williams. Atlanta drunk. $25. Roosevelt Shop v. D. M. Butler d.b-a Butler Ing conditions good pay. Contact work including welding repair of UPHOLSTERYFor eQUlpm- : ,
Powell. 901 SE Tin St., careless & Sons Service Center $30 plus $4 WANTED: White housekeeper for Stafford Caldwell Gainesville Industrial pumps. piping and materials Real Estate Exam Best In using In
driving. $50. Staten Fowler. 1120 SE costs. widower and three children. Live handling equipment. Prefer top quality workmanship ternally Insulated ducts designed -
21st Ave.. speeding S10. ran stop sign Barkley Motors Inc. v. Harry C. Lloyd. In. Call FR 2.2161 after 5 p.m. SUII.SERVICE previous ,experience in chemicals COURSE call engineered and Installed -
$10 James R. NickelU 427 SE 1st Ave.. 923 NW 34th Ave.. $3781 plus S4 costs. STATION ATTENDANT rock crushing. cement concentrator ATTEND First lesson 'ree.HOWELL'S 372-6142 \
WANTED
no valid driver's license. $20. Condle Barkley Motors Inc v. E. J. Simmons 2 SEAMSTRESSES or related Industry. BUSINESS COLLEuE: byALL AMERICAN HEATING
needed must have experienceand.
GAINESVILLE
J. Lewis. 1525 NE 8th St.. ran red Pensacola. $51.81 plus $9 costs. Must be able to do alterations and be able- to furnish references. Applicants must be in good physical COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave .. AIR CONDITIONING CO. .
FR.
and 372-3727.
mending neatly efficiently.Call 4-3507. UPHOLSTERY
10.slntl"clS'. Motors Inc. v. Mosley Rtbert- condition between the ages of
light.' Barkley basedon
Age 21-50. starting salary
Lacy C. Crosby. 1024 son. Rt. 1. $124 plus S9 costs. In person only as no information experience and ability. Con- 25 and 45. High school education IBM machines. 024-024 limited enrollment 1508 N.W. 11th St. PH. 376-8258 : i
NE 5th Place expired driver's license Gas Well Inc. v. R. L. Sears Cross will be given over the tact J. F. Clarke at Clarke's or equivalent required. The Company classes now forming. Free Estimates-rick up and 130 NE 2Jrd Blvd. '
all or 3 days. Nicholas J. Close. 2921 City. $83.32 plus $4 costs. phone. 224 SW 5th Street. Shell Tire Service South Mainat offers excellent benefits Including Howell's Business College 21S W. delivery. 24 Hour Service Sr1

NE 13th St.. careless driving $20 or 10 General Finance Corp. of Fla v. JohnE. WANTED desk clerk for the Holiday 4th Ave. Ph. FR 4-4543. group Insurance. retirement Univ. Ave. Phone 3763507. ,
days. Thomas L. Refiner 3620 SW Archr Cameron and Aline Cameron. 3425 Inn. Contact Nick Doffing. holidays, etc. --- ----- --
Rd. drunk. $25 or 10 days. William SW Archer Rd.. $354.98 plus $11 costs. 1900 SW 13th St. FR 2.3311. MECHANIC over 20 with own Reply! with full qualifications to
E. Kirkland. 531 SE 2nd Place speed- General Finance Corp. ef Fla. v. Flos- tools. Apply In person. Millers Employment Supervisor P. O.
Ing. $750 or 3 days. James O'Quinn. cia Covert and Willie Covert Jr. Rt. 1. $23 dresses WEEKLY received for wearing as extra lovely Esso. Mr. Miller 2106 SW 13th Box 847 Barlow. Fla.

Rt 1, driving while Intoxicated $150 $457.03 plus $4 costs. wards. Just show Fashion re St. An Equal Opportunity Employer RE
and driver's license suspended three
Frocks to friends. No investment -
months. WANTED experienced grill cook. CHAIN LINK FENCE
James Fox. 924 SE 7th Ave.. disorderly canvassing Fashion or experience Frocks. apply Humpty Dumpty Restao- available
H. necessary. rant. 310 NW 13th St. Dealership
conduct SAO or 15 days. Hugh
Dept. S-4812. Cincinnati. O. 45202.
Colson. Rt. 2. drunk. 10 days. (suspended Announcements PART TIME work 3:30 to 7:30 in National organization desires
). Reva D. Walker. Rt. 2. petit BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted. afternoon. Phone 374-7457. local representative. Send complete -
larceny. $25 or 10 days. Rudolph Luke 5V days a week Group insurance resume' in first reply to:
125 SE 13th St.. ran red light. S25 or sick pay. Please phone YOUNG man 20 to 23 to fill vacancy
10 days. Richard A. Cox. Jr 4028 NW 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 372-1581. in progressive company. STOVER FENCE INDUSTRIES

13th Ave.. expired driver's license $15 LEGAL Secretary. proficiency In Only hard working young man In- 201-A DOWNTOWN PLAZA
or S days. David P. Vick. Shady Lane LtAKN 10 DRlVfcl Special attention typing & shorthand required. teresled in future need apply. Apply CULLMAN ALA.
Trailer Park. no valid state driver's to nervous or elderly. legal experience desirable. Low- Aetna Finance. 15 N. Main.

license. $20 or 10 days. Walter G. Easy Way Driving School. FR ry .. Andrews. 3744491.ADVERTISE ...
Stewart 714 NE 20th St.. violation of 7-7002. Lie bv State et F Ia.

driver's license restrictions. $35 or 10 KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON IN THE
days. Junius Elmer Doy U. 1004 NW Beauty on a BudgetAU SERVICE DIRECTORY WANTED Experienced Salesman THIS WEEK'S IS ON
15th Ave.. d riving while Intoxicated. work guaranteed SPOTLIGHT

$150 or 60 days (execution continued Perm $5 up Sham-set $1.M oo established distributor seeks success-
Long
Indefinitely). and driver's license *g- 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7724
pended three months. Open nights by a pe*. Need Extra Money? ful business machines salesman to increase #* PALM LANES BOWLING LANES
Marietta scott. 212 NW 4h Ave., -
drunk. $25 or 10 days. Thomas Edwards 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Expenses up with School current soles of offset, duplicating and q Waldo : j
Jr. 401 NW 3rd St.. driving ,storting You con earn $2 On Road jj
Jacksonville
while!! Intoxicated. SI50 or 60 daysdriver's photocopy processes in protected -
license suspended three I will not be responsible for any or more per hour as fullor Palm Lanes, Gainesville's largest bowling alley feature j
debts Incurrred by anyone other time Avon or Gainesville territory. Send completeresume restaurant tr Pro Shop 1
months operating a motor vehicle port Representative. a nursery
without a valid driver's license. $20 or than ust 13.myself 1964- after this date. AugTtrry Our Saleswomen today. P.O. Box 10065 Jacksonville. 4 The restaurant cote to the bowlers with sandwiches i
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10 days. 1504 N. E. fine; fi soft drinks & beer.
Hugl H. Colson. Rt. J. drunk S2S Anthony Mathts. earn weekly incomes Replies confidential. dinners. They serve white the i

or 10 days. Jack Rivers. llycross. 4th Terr. plus Savings Bonds. Earn : ; lanes are open. ,

drunk. $25 or 10 days. L.valid C. McCloud.driver's 8 Baby Sitters Child Car your expense money with ASSURED MINIMUM $400 MONTH- S Greatly appreciated by mothers is supervised nursery I J.
NE 7th Pace no
license.1144 $30 or 12 days. Leroy Jordan Avon. Write AVON. P.O. OPPORTUNITY $1,000 MONTH. _J- where you can leave your child while you bowl. This

907 NW 4th Place disorderly conduct I keep infants and childrenin Box 448. Gainesville Fla. is a free service provided by Palm Lanes.At .

10 days and ISO or 50 days. my home. or cell FR 2-0421. the Pro Shop one can purchase bowling balls

Clayton M. D.load3N SE 9th St.. Call FR 5149.. shoes bogs other need..
driving while Intoxicated. 10 days and or any equipment one might

SI SO or 60 days. driver's license suv KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE Palm Lanes is open 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. everyday -

pended Six months. Hubert L. Brigman Day. wk.. or moo Old Newberry except Sunday when their hours are from I P.M.to .
927 NW 11th Ave driving while ,tntox Rd. Planned programs. Pick up 2 A.M. -
cated. license revoked. 60 days. at lIttI wood and Terwllllger

drunk.Detson$25 Tnmey.or 10 days.529 SW Lornzo 3rd Ellis.St. schools. Call FR 2-4447. MOBILE HOMESBUY Watch For Next Week' SPOTLIGHT j I

M address given drunk. $25 or 10 TINY TOT s
days. Floyd Harrison. 911 NW 7th .

Place Willie drunk H. Jackson S25 or 10 days.736 SW 2nd St. I PLAY SCHOOLVisit DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCINO I

drunk S25 or 10 days. Sam Mahamry I us and see for yourself. NOW WHY PAY RENT I COCKTAILS
Dunbar Hotel. drunk $25 or 10 days. 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-704. GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA ,

SPECIALNO. STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation d repainting.
STEER ROOMThe
Featuring U.S. Prvne and Choke Open 7 days a week.
CLEAN steaks Friday. Aug. 2Sth finest hi dining enjoyment
prepared to your taste
Rememberl Well see you then. Cocktails dancing In our lung
NO. 2 on our open hearth. Holiday Inn
Palmer *V Sue Long No cover No minimum
1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-8244.

50x10 I SOx 10 FRED'S 4542 LOCKER NW 13th St.ROOM

RAGS BILLIARD'S BOWLINGPALM *

2 BEDROOMS / BATHS 2 BEDROOMS UNIVERSITY INN

CUE STICK BILLIARDS I' LANES Charcoal Steak Room Smergas-

ONLY $329500No. 4086 ONLY $329500No. 3549 Fun for not only young men Wen be closed August 10th thru board. Cocktail Hour f te 7. J
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WANTEDSEE BUT young women, too. I the 17th for reservielng and reconditioning drink for the price ef 1. Dancing -

GAINESVILLE! bTARKE Bring your date I of our alleys. We'll til 2 AJM. to Bobby Crtftiifa

4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE. open ia A.M. nn 12 P.M. see you the TVth. 2AM Waldo Combo fc Richard Parkers' erche
90S N. Main Street I Read 374-4454 tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. fR 6-2U2.
PRESS ROOMGAINESVILLE WALT JOHNSON Mgr. ROY DEVILLING. Mgr.

SUN TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES INC. OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

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12 MofcJliYall, )Heilies Fei.SeteCHUL S3 LOTS FOR SALI 14RETIREMENT Waterfreel 'reN' IS Houses ,., felemr 35 Houses for Site 1 I II 35 Houses for S.U 15 Houses for Sal* 35 Houses for Sale, 35 Houses for JIa ?' ,, :

r :-forty--vmKftie, Serenola- saes Lovely residentiallots RENDEZVOUS 3 + 2 bath, CCB cent neat and IGHLANDS 3 Br. 2 bath quality $14,000 3' BR home for $1 2t 5F b if FTR"ST"TIME ADVERTISEDNew LITTLEWOOD ., WESTWOOD area .I '. j I
10 x W. HllttTest Ytlfllr"'Court. near-new school, priced from FIVE rooms and bath on Lake Al air cond. 100 x 140 Lot. 1900 bunt. 2 story masonry. Cent. equity $4, ll paid in. cash or Palm Springs model One of 3 BR, 2 bath IIv.4In.-klt. Fam. MMELROSE IH '
Lot A.S------: -- -53500.-Call Gladys Smith Realtor to. Furn.. Incl elec. range CE sq. ft. Paneled family room fireplace heat reasonable down payment. $500 down & second tnort. Mo. the best looking homes we've ever Rm.,. central neat, gas fireplace :: j
"1228 W. University 3725393 refrigerator oil heater good water cathedral celling. 3561 Price SJX500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. pay. flrt mort. $75. second $30. built. Four bedrooms 2 fun well landscaped shady yard end
dock and boat shed. Lg. NW 34th PL S2350. Owner leav- Cor. Blvd. 372-5243. Almost new. Ig. living rm It baths" beautiful brick facade Attractive patio. $600 dn., $105 BEAUTIFUL :: j j'
: Come 4 t. 5 acre.tracts of land for sale. Cleared lot. $10.400. 40-1751. Ing state. 37286. LOOK AIR CONDITIONED dining rm, tile bath terrazzo excellent kitchen arrangement. mo. FHA. by owner. $31 NW 34th
Terms can be arranged. J. T. out floors. Gen. Elec. equipped kit. SK.MO.. No down VA Dr. 372-1145 day. 372-4537 night. I story partly furn. home. WftI'o..
Howw, Rt. 4. Box 301, Gaines- NEAR SMALL VILLAGE BUY HAPPINESS. a, STRETCH SSS 3 BR, 2 baths, central heat, money ;
lee our custom-mede 12-wWes et ville. Ph. 3721090. IS Miles from Gainesville. By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home of Llty Unfits deep well REA ample closet space, screened FHA only MOO down. Price Includes trade for Gainesville home.INCOME e ;:
'ocMed at 3616 NW 34th 12 20 fully sodded front lawn
l -w.de prices.' MX.M.A.- power x porch N.W. Section. :: i
Apprev.a this
Top' LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 built In area by St.Can. 374-4674. gas lamp swim club member. GLADYS PROPERTY
btandtrt financing 30 acres 12 acres cultivated balance ALACHUA HOMES INC.
yr trailers. Large awnings.. 3 large With appr. one acre land zoned .
availabler-See-Owi at take and Brad Larsen patos: .3. septic tanks, lots of In woodland. U mile State Phone 376-0630 372-2372 or 37M190. BLACK ACRESPRICED ship.VILLAGE GREENBy for housing units. 4 properties I
Geneve-Iraller. Saleson shade. good rental income. Just Road frontage. Going at $4400. Model Home Opening every Sun. SMITH on NW Uth Ave. Strategic: location
Rt. '-rmtle SErof Key outside" city limits. For sale. FR from 1 P-M. 5 P.M. beginning BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 bath, extra TO SELL BY OWNER.: HUGH EDWARDS INC. available now. J
stone Heights.' 'Open evenings and 6-8su. CALL August 14. 3331 N.W. 21 PL Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4011 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood 20 N. E. 15th St.
SUndlY. Angle Real Estatec. Compare cost with ad ether 3 N.W. 13th Ave. Available on floors central heat air-cond. 37..7971FO' 3725393Four IN COUNTRY
M model28 R ft x 43trailer..-Located NW. It $1850. up bedroom 2 bath, fully air cond. short notice. FR 6-7773 for appt. units electric range and drapes. SALE THIS WEEK bedrooms, 2 baths within 10 acres with 2 bedrms 1 bath en '
Archer..Rd. Village 3 Beta $3500 L. Angle Broker homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY' Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. 3 Br. '. B. 1 bath, oak floor fireplace walking distance of the Medical good road appr. 7 ml. from'-
St. or Phona 372-417. $3700 O. J. Angle. Associate TIME." 3125 W. Univ. Av-. FR 44417. stove ref. attic fan. fenced School. Older brick home with town.
4404 N.W. 13th St.
FOR SALE 374-427 JWK back yard fine lawn-trees 3 Florida room, fireplace double
Newberry Trailer Park NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 Br colonial -
Realtor Llrtlewood. $1,100
one mile north on 41. $600 down. Mory Moller. 3 BR., 1 bath home goes to the hardwood floors fireplace. blks. from garage. COMPACT
down. $7* 621 N.W. 36th bath. CB. cent M. ftae.
mo. 2
S40 month. Total $7,900. Ore Ball 1019 W. University FR -4471 the best offer. 3 bedrm.
makes
35 Houses for Sal 3728404so Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa
Offer St. 376.1220.CONVENIENT Make an OFFER. One of our best kit. NE $15400
Archer modern
Fla. FOR SALE 2 grave lot. Hill expires August 16th tricks. Kirby Smith Schools. Silo buys In a 3 bedroom 2 bath
Crest Memorial Park, choice lo HIBISCUS PARK area near University 164. I p.m. 2711 N.!. 10th Ter EASY to buy owner will 500. FHA. $72 per mo. Including NORTHWEST LOCATION home. Large Florida room fireplace near shopping.
cation. Phone all day Sunday' & lovely 2 BR, screened race. cooperate fully with qualified buy. taxes and Ins. FR 22734. on attractive 1W lot; 3 many built-na, acre lot.
BUTTS after 5 P.M. days. FR 22055. er In the purchase of this mod. BR brick house with oak floors.
7 porch on lovely lot een. heat $75 Northeast. $400 dn. TIRED OF PAYING RENT? Moeller -
per mo. ern home with a $1.000 down pay cypress A mahogany trim asbestos Mary .
ACRE lots for sale. excellent condition. Under $ .. 3 BR, 1 bath. screened porch ment. Three bedrooms two Buy me for $100 down and pay shingle roof. Fla. rm. store- GLADYS SMITH
000. $72 month. f R4112. patio kit. equip., cen. heat ments of $45 per mo. I am 3
Phone 372-4416 per baths central heat built-in room-shop dbl. carport price under REALTOR
Mobile. answer: after S. FR 27217. take up VA. FR 22774. kitchen, Florida room, oak Located BR in at size 2314 about SE 9th 6 yrs.PL on old.a $16,009 Includes ref rig., new REALTOR 1019 W. University FR t-< 100 x 141' LOT. Reasonable. Phone floors 2 car carport 10 x 20 kitchen range air conditioner TV Associates
100 Call FR 122S W. 3725393
4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths NW. Phone lot 100 x owner University
FR ?-284 or 719 NW 40th Ave. GR 5- 171. MCKINNEYGREEN utility room. Llttlewood- 2524 or 376-4710 antenna. Call agent at 371-4471 or Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler
Homes Westwood area. Let's be 6-1 owner at 372.2763.CLEAN Virginia Power Dick Durbin
34 Waterfront Property NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath, sure to see this one. AS A WHISTLE --
carport and utility room. ".000. SO MUCH for the money.' 1.300 FORDYCEREALTOR
t INC. OVER 30 acres of lake front many $250 down. $45 month. Phone FR DEATON square feet plus carport and storage .
trees. Also S fur 2.3355 days. Beautifully kept must be seen If
bearing pecan Low down payment. Only $i>
NEW nished houses with dock and deep REALTORS 90000 Attractive two bedroom you are looking for a 2 bedroom. TO LUXURY I I
.. 10 i 12WIDES well pump. Many extras. On OWNER LEAVING. 3 BR.. CCB. house with huge Florida room 1 bath home with screened porchon MOVE UP
also Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis I 2 batht pump for lawn. S500 dn. HIBISCUS PARK kitchen equipment Included in II large corner lot. Immediate
Assume FHA mortgage. 27543or occupancy. $11.500. See at
Jewelry Co.Cedar This is economical liv-
CAMPERSWe price.
; 2002 N. E. Uth Terr. Appeal Quality Location FINLEY AREA 1305 NE Ills Terrace then phone
need 25 trade-mt this month! BR. Condition Space are the keywords ing.In a convenient NE location. 1900 sq. ft. 3 Bdrs., 2 baths large Dick Robinson, Associate. Ralph See this Beautiful Home designed to take
Shoresfine 4 2 bath CCB. A-C.
Call Ig. utu. this
us for the best deals. Key that best describe Fla. room. Fireplace, A-C & C-H. Fossey Realtor at 37-133 day
I faro rm. near elem. school You and famIly SO GRACIOUS so spacious vacant
fine your
homesites from $2250 .. Boys' Club. $13.500. $450 dn.. would property.be pleased with this and ready for Immediate occupancy. washing machine end many other or night. 11 West University [advantage of real Florida Living located in
376-8361 non-waterfront from $1510 plus closing. 372714. beautiful 3 ..R. 2 bath with dinIng Beautiful hardwood floors pine features. Only' $22.500 and good
NW Uth: St. at 6th St. On street and Fla. room home. Seven panelled family room lovely en- terms. Call Fordyce 3761236. Avenue.GLADYS
FOR SALE OR
parking all around our corner TRADE for trailer the Univ. and elem. tertaining space three large
blocks from
Marina LocationsINVEST equity In 3 BR, 2 btll,
built-in HEIGHTS
REDWOOD TRIM
Open t A.M. to 9 P.M. each school. In a most desired and restricted bedrooms two tiled baths two SUBURBAN
kit. terrazzo floors,
heat. built in kitchen. 1,500sq.
cen.
week Paved car enclosed already completely
day. facilities needed here neighborhood garage
: Phone 3761779. streets price Is most realistic connected to city sewers. ft. living area 3 bdrs, 2 SMITH
CONNOLLYMobile IDLEWILD Painted CCB 3 BR's You should see this fine property Outstanding location. Out baths. Large wooded lot In Mason Address
Motel Locations 2 baths. Fla. Rm. built-in range before you buy Call FR of town owner Is ready to Manor. Only $21.100 and low down 372-5393 /Goinesrllle s Newest Prestige -
Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3bedroom & cent. heat air 2.3617. sell. payment. Call Fordyce. 374-1234. PI.
oven 17th
INVES: accommodationsneeded room -con. ( NW 43rd St. and NW I
mobile homes Many
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ditionlng./ shaded lot near 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy
floor plans. 7'year financing. new elem. school. 374-4109. NATURAL STONE Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary
Drive out today. 3 miles Southof IMMEDIATE J. W. Kirkpatrick fireplace Fla. room and patio 2. living. This architect-
Gainesville on U. S. cal Ph. ANDREWS- SPECTACULAR BUY In select Realtor 000 sq. ft. 4 bdrs, 2 baths. Very designed home features modern
37'-0571 DAVID neighborhood. 3 BR. kitchen livIng OCCUPANCYThis 131 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 large lot in a lovely NM neighborhood kitchen with Mexican tile counter.
room. Fla. room. dining Call For home with 4 bedrooms 2 luxurious bath,
$26,000.
Lowest REAL ESTATE 3 B.R. 2 bath home completely ASSOCIATES: Only Screened courtyard entry court Very large
prices
terms largest
easiest area utll. room floored attic l : dyce. 3761236. with 30
and porch. Living room
furnished loye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell kitchen with built in
display In central Florida. IncludingurkItd .beautiful
with den family room,
disappearing stairway, and ,
foot stone fireplace wall.'separale
We trade for anything. Free delivery CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 chen equipment. c Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret.
carport.
Lovely well-kept yard with a reasonable Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin U. Of F. dining room. Many bullt-lns and dishwasher and garbage
for $12,400 double oven, range top,
up to 100 miles.FRAILER with ample shade-trees choice
Golf Club close to Little- bookshelves. This Is a home to
3 brm, 2 bath home on Lake Wl- down payment Seller will car manor
MART not. 2 brm, 1 bath on Lake shrubs & fenced back yard ry balance by 1st mtg. 4 percent FLETCHER HEIGHTS wood School. 3 bdrs large living be cherished. disposal, laundry room, lovely large living room
Hwy. 17 Open 1 to t Lak-a-wana. Call Gladys Smith, Drive by 4055.NW 12th Ave. or int. payable $100 per Mo. For sale by owner 3 BR't. hardwood room. Fla. room. closet space the beautiful master bedroom and
call FR 3408
East Palatka Phone 328-1050 Realtor Can FR 23617. floors. 2 tile baths cen. aglore. Immediate occupancy. 113- GLADYS SMITH foyer and featuring
heating Fla. rm. 14 x 20 dbl.. I 500. Call Fordyce 376-1234. in much more
1221 W. University 372.5393 MOVE IN TOMORROW I 1 dressing room. such as seen only

WYATT- $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! Unusual floor plan sets this three YOUROPPORTUNITY carport shade trees lot 100$25,000.x 140 3936 with S.nice W. LOTS REALTOR expensive homes. This home opens onto a beautiful
bedroom two bath home
apart 3rd Ave. FR 23774 One acre lots $1,700 up to $7.500. 122 W. University 3725393
which bringsto
133 Acres on beautiful Santa Feriver from others. Lifetime terrazzo Selected areas screened in swimming pool and patio
with Vt m/le Rd frontage floors newly redecorated Built FOR ONLY S450 down and FHA I drive
Trailer Sales on St. Rd. 236, less than 3 ml. In kitchen. S6CO. down includes To own a 3 B.R. 1 bath homeIn approval you can have Immediate I ACREAGE 2 BR home on corner lot lowdown you the utmost in Florid. living, circular .
W. of High. Springs. About 10 closing. $101. month Includes the NW. area for only $400 payment $60 per mo. Located
per possession
and
ownership of large storage
I V mile
of 200 acres at $235 per acre and unusual drive thru carport very
payments
Home of acres cleared. farm house shed taxes and insurance. down and monthly the best value house for sale In fence at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call S
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Pacemaker Mobile Home and storage room spring. Ideal Hugh Edwards, Inc. $88.00. Call FR22417.ASSOCIATES. NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air I nice paved building road frontage site, best good farm land Tommy Ridgell 3724125. room off carport central heat and air conditioning. ,--
Shasta and Alrstream Club or Camp site. 374-771 conditioning. Paneled family room in county. 3 BR. CCB house built-in stove
Travel TrailersOCIIII'I RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor ButterworthCol. joining living-dining area for ex I heater carport. i util.
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal J. Fred Guy Jayne space
First Horn tra
Mobile
Dealer Since 1'4If 11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph 376-135 fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio J. W. Davis H_ J. Wiltshire and spaciousness.dishwasher. Back Electric range Several nice wood tracts 2 to 30 rm., low down payment fc take
fenced elemen- Multiple Listing yard completely acres from $200 per acre to up mo. payments of S65. Phone
yard near
23 Silver Springs Blvd.Phone enclosed by' 7 ft hedge.
tary and junior high schools, $400 per acre. 3723506. Call for Appointment
tZfUSIOcala. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD FOR Sale by Owner 2 BR. home Call 374-4147 for appf. to see at
Fla. screened porch. 3 BR 1 bath CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGNearly
NE. location. Convenient to shopping 2213 NE 7th Ter.
Reg Broker, specallzlng In $500 down, if you qualify FHA. schools, city and new home In quiet neigh
center.
1964 2 BR trailer take up payments LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. See at m N. E. 20th Ave. Furn. Unfum. No LEAVING TOWN, will sell my 3 FORDYCEASSOCIATES. borhood. His fenced rear yard
Sea after 5.00 P.M. at AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. qualifying.city park. Reasonable or down pay- B R. 2 bath cent. heat built In wall to wall carpet, central air FRED MASONFR
1621 SE 4th Ave. INC.
G R 5-29(1. kitchen home You
bed.
ment. Owner will finance. FR 4- can save Realtor conditioning three good size
B x 40 trailer with I x 20 furnished PARRISHPRESENTS 4029. $1500. Call FR 23824 or GR Multiple Listing rooms two baths. Extremely well
cabana close to campus In student SPECIAL 5-5922 Melrose. Grace Fordyce Broker cared for home and grounds. $15.
park, only $1200. Call FR 6- 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. 4235 NW 10th St. 3 BR, 1 bath. Associates: B3. Owner willing to sacrifice Phones FR 2-3182
$1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home CCB. carport util. Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden 2-8340
2797. See at lot 21. Inquire lot rm., patio. some equity In this home to re
call patio. Lot100x176' Payments $49.75 per O. C. Gay' Dick Banks
IS In Glynwood Park behind Fla. Prairie. For appointment large Fla room mo. Balance sponsible party. Call for appointment
Power en Archer Rd. FR 43052. lots of trees. 11.261. 3 miles from Frances Hough Sarah Goulden to Hugh Edwards,
930 NW see.
U.n'v- 55th St. Phone 376-1234
Beautiful tots NW section 376- 926 W. Univ.
9615. Inc. 376-771.
J CONVENIENT easy walking distance
to downtown. 2 bedroom I''
It
Commercial property acreage. h
,
frame cottage on paved street
NORTHWESTTRAILER east of new Post Office building.
Properly priced for a cash deal. E. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr.
SALES 438 N. Main St.
GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- FR 6-2032 Broker FR 4-6544
4 DAY SPECIAL bedroom 2-bath home In this
NEW 2 bedroom frame house |lust
NEW 50x10 very University.desirable Excellent area near financing the completed nice wooded lot. Smiles
this to be handled out Archer Rd. FR 2.6570.MERRILL .
permits property -
2 BEDROOMS with minimum down pay
r ment. 10 Government Inspections

ONLY $5396 PER MONTH BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bed
room. 2-bath masonry home with NEW LISTING 3 or 4 bedroom
living room. separate dining :3 bath masonry home lust repainted ..
WE NEED USED TRAILERSWe room family room with fireplace Inside and out. 2 air
Will Give You Top Dollar For Your Old Trailer ,, modern built-in kitchen. conditioning units double car

1 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. Central heat. port corner laundry lot. ONLY facilities 51500.and DOWN large :

AT PALM LANE PHONE 376-0205 FLORIDA PARK. Immediate occupancy -
this Immaculate bedroom Passed !
can be had on SUBURBAN 3 Must Be
pleasant 3 bedroom home on IV* bath split level home
large lot. Walking distance to can be bought under FHA for
Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- $700. down payment.
( ley Schools.UNIVEItSITY.
IDYLWILD Call us to see this
ACRES. Restrictednew beautiful three bedroom two
MOBILE HOME west side subdivision of bath house with central heatingand
l acre lots Paved streets. NO air conditioning plus many
CITY TAXES as these lots are extras.
outside city limits. Suggest you
1 SPACES AVAILABLE make your selection before prices ATTRACTIVE 1 bedroom masonry
advance. home with central heat built-in
oven and range dishwasher disposal VA
AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom and extra kitchen cabinets. CITY
Lots Modest _.. ; .
4 Large Rates furnished home for rent. Close to Just listed for sale at less the ..
University. Will lease for one replacement cost. ONLY III. .' \ 11i -

Six Miles North of Gainesville on 441. year at $16000 per month. too.

SEPTEMBER. 1st. 4 bedroom. air BLACK ACRES Priced at the
conditioned home in good northeast FHA valuation of $17.500 This
\ location unfurnished. S160. spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry
PROGRESS MOBILE 00 per month on lease for year ONLY home$700 DOWN Is a real buy Footing -t :_ 1/' \

SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-bedroom .\ / Footing
unfurnished rental, $125.00 $1200 DOWN wit! buy this lovely ;--: ,,
t HOME PARK per month lease for year. old 4 bedroom 3 bath two story .
home In the NE Section. ONLY : .
s1 .o00 CALL US NOW. / Lintel '
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: in Highland Court Manor -any way you look at it.Here's .

Beyond conventional financing requirements are the rigid specifi-

why:

cations of the VA. Every Hugh Edwards, Inc. home is built to Fed-


YOU'RE RENTING, you'll 't* ALL H.C.M. HOMES' ort built to

/IF ahead buying-and chancesare / VA and FHA standards, so you have eral Government specifications and must pass at least 10 rigid build-

your monthly payments will be no the opportunity for long term, low-in- \

more, and maybe less than you're now terest financing no need to tie up ing inspections by government -inspectors.

paying in rent. Ask one of our friendly large sums of cash. Nothing down VA

salesmen to explain. with further in- ($100 closing) and minimum down

formation. FHA.

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/ YOU'LL BE GETTING" "more home H.C.M. EXTRA not matched You benefit from extra VA requirements in many ways. For instance

for your money" Highland Court /AN
else in Gainesville is the
Manor. We invite you to compare simi- all VA homes be withstand hurricane :
larly priced homes and see for yourself exclusive resident-restricted Swim Club must specially constructed to ,,

Center. Your family will
and Community

why town.an H.C.M. home is the best buyIn enjoy the cool waters of the pool and force winds. All glass must be double strength. Drainage must be

f .. the Community Center octivrititAS *.

J YOUR HCM HOME will be as dis- excellent. Home must be termite treated. Precast window sills

tinctive as modern design and planning / PROOF of the pudding, we lookto

can make it. You choose from 14 over 400 families who have purchased -
protect walls from cracks At least 100 electrical service. -
amp.
I models colonial, modem, or contem- HCM homes. They represent a

porary In a community with all city generous cross-section of the community

services and conveniences yet away from doctors and professors to mer- At least 10 year guaranteed water heater. .

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: for yourself how comfortable a new ham. can be.
-- carefully inspected and warranteed for one year. If you're looking ,

._._ To reach model home, drive North OH Main, turn right ot N.E. 23rd

=: Blvd. and Turn LEFT and follow for See homes. Prices start $13,900. No
continue to N.L 12th St. tifM to quality our at just

model! home N.E. 31st Ave.
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r. 35 Houses for Sole 15 Houses for Sale l 43.1 COLORED RENTALS 47 Houses for Rent Furii. .4S Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms for Rent 49 Rooms for Rent


: OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath, Irg. NOW RENtiNG ON Lake Geneva. 3 bedroom tam PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT. FOR business man or student, mas- I NICE I comfortable rooms for male I
open-beam ceiling paneled din- A STEALBY room bath complete kitchen In Westpark. 2030 NW Jith St., ter bedroom, T.Y., phone etc., prl. st oen private homes. Phone
: IS NOW Ing l> family room with fire COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex screened porch space heater no by owner low down payment 3 entrance, garage space avail ,, 14
THE TIME OWNERMUST
i place. Irg. fenced-In back yard dining apartments area modern large kitchen living with and students. S75 per mo. 7244374. BR. Phone 372-C2S8. 444-32S1 after *. r.. ._ i.isned room convenientto

built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 468- sacrifice, 3 bedroom, 2 fan, large storage closets. terrazzo Jacksonville./ 1924 NE slit St. 2 BR, kit. furn. LARGE corner room. adjoining private University and downtown.

.. 1483. bath, large Fla. room large livIng floors, tile baths space heater Avail -21.. S80 3 BR: 1840 NW bath and entrance, maid and Phone FR 2-2815
room. dining room. built-in end hot water healer, facill STUDENTS 10 room turn house 44th Ave. AC in LR. Avail now.' linens, 2 working girls er 2 busi-
OPEN HOUSESunday kitchen, convenient to shopping ties for washing machines and for rent, newly decorated. 9 S110 3 BR. will turn. Attic fan. ness men. Can be seen at 114N DESIRABLE single room adjacentto
i center and schools. Must see Clean. Near .W. 2nd St. bath, use of telephone & ref rig.erator .
paved streets. See at N.E. 24th single beds standing now. Lease Elem. School. 4511
: Do"You Have A Room, Apartment Aug. 1< 2:00 5.00 P.M. to ifying.appreciate Low down the value.payment.No qual Located Ter. er call for appointment 372- required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave SE 1st PL $95 2 BR on I acres LARGE dbl. BR for rent. Prefer ; Gentlemen. only. 1414 NW
12th Rd. 374-289
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933 NW 36 Dr. See this 3 Br., In nice NW section at 1321 5321 or 372-5322. Call 475-2375. Archer. I ml. past Med. Center. Partially 2 working ladies. Private i

: Or House to Rent? 2 bath.range CB home wall even built-in, plenty surface NW 21st Ave. Phone FR 22433. 44 Cottages for Rent FIVE room house 12 mo. basis furn. $40.WESEMAN .REALTY FR 4-2472 trance able rates.access 3744440.to bath. 7:00 51-A Wonted To Rent

cupboard space. near LIttlewood GOOD N.E. corner, 2 BR and sleeping furnished suitable for male Univ. 12:30 AM. en-I
Fine student; not modem but conven- FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR GARAGE Univ. for antique
I Westwood. neighborhood. porch large DR LR W-fire- I near
HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Te. located to Campus. For frame house. J50 per mo. 2016 THE
Immediate occup.ncy.Mory place, excellent condition, flex- iently ADVERTISE IN automobile. Phone 374-3211 ext.
Private beach dock boat. KO
FR 6-3017 NW 35th Ave. Phone 372-8873.
for more Information phone SERVICE DIRECTORY 5413. Dr. LevGainesville's .
ible financing. 374-0755 ap
weekly. Call FR 6-4943.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Moeller. Realtor pointment. THREE bedroom. 1 bath, $90 a I I
il l FR 6-4471 RENT moaern furnished cottageson 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. month. Call ALACHUA REALTY
lOlf W. University 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. Florida ASSOCIATES newest and most
Lake Santa Fe week 374-2448.
by er t
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit FOR SALE BY OWNER room. large utility room 2 car season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. 1 Bedroom. 2 bath built in oven luxurious apartment building .. I
THREE bedroom for rent
Moving Aug. llth, must sell 3 BR, carport. Lot 100 x 175'. NW local and range 220 wiring. S12S per house
1 bath home Liv.-Din. com ion, near elementary school. SMALL furnished cottage & trailer I month. 4004 N. W. 21st Drive. at 4IJ N.E. 43rd Ter. Sf 0 per LAKESHORE
kltch. Incl. refg. and stove. stor. Phone FR 63669. for rent. Suitable for working Phone FR 4-2948 for appointment. month. Phone FR 4-5568 t
lot backs on couple./ Moore Haven Park. 2330E. r
screened porch. e"
weeds rm. paid full membership naqualfying REDFRANKSREALESTATE Univ. Ave. 374-81&4. 3 BR. 1 bath home. SW section. No 49 Rooms For Rent ". TOWERS I
down pymt., terms students. For appt. call 372- 433. '
\ low SUBURBAN, 2 bedrooms, sleeping t
J Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU assume $83 mo. Call 372-0449 or room. living room dining UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home. ATTENTION MALE STUDENTS
see 2510 NE 10th Ter.DON'T SWIMMING POOL screened room. Large yard Near bus. S110 per mo. Call 376-7466. double rooms at reasonable rates NOW ,LEASING f
Rent t45 FR 6-583. kitchen, Ilv. room, maid service -
MISS THIS porch & Florida room, big lot
3 BR 1 bath. complete kitchen
EVERY DAY until it is rented included. FR 2.2726.
: LOVELY HOMEAT in a grove of tall live oaks. central near schools and shopping center.
I TRULY heat & Central aircondition- 45 Furnished Apt,.
ml. South For Information call Manaro's LARGE room for men for rent
Malory Gardens 441. 3 3'i BR 2 baths. Ing all add up to make this Restaurant. FR 2-4690. single or double access to showers -

IF RENT IS:' YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: I II den of Campus for Dad on, year 'round com- built-in modern kit.3 BR and 2 Bath built home for with l low NICELY furnished 175. Adults convenient, 3 BR. 1 bath $150, also 3 BR, 2 and refrigerator Phone FR
downtown only
fort. Priced right. Drive by maintenance lust about the ultimate area. bath house central heat & a'r.' 2.1981 or 3721185. 416 N.E. 2nd
no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music
phone FR 2-4425 or FR -5336. FLORIDA LIV- cond. S175 per mo. FR 4-3401. Ave.
I $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day WOODROW SEA Y ING. for Can IDEAL be bought with reasonably Store. R+xriLUXURY
JI 3 BR 1 bath, all utll. furn. Including
I The Master Builder low down payment & as- FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE
water, fuel oil 6-
lights
I $50 $1.66 day financing with BEST 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
per mo. per MUST SACRIFICE sume existing grass cut. S115 per mo. 2636 NW
I reasonable monthly payment. Large well furnished, air condI- 2nd Ave. 374-7984. SHADOWLAWN
My four month aid 4 BR. 3 bath MAKE AN OFFER on equity. tioned. 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day home on a beautiful IV* acre Call 374-0817. couple only no pets, S125: THREE bedroom house. 4 miles ESTATESF.
corner lot, very modern with everything per mo. Ph. 3724951. North of Archer on 41. Phone D. OLIVER

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Located to make It NW living 60th a St.com& $1500 DOWN Approx. $145 per mo. Call us for the rental you need.FORDYCE 4952214. Archer. OFFERING
fort. Westhllls. Ph 372- Incl. taxes & Ins. buys modern & ASSOCIATES, I INC. TWO B R, I bath stone and con- Individual Styles For You
PL
NW 13th BR, bath Central I heat & Well planned living areas
3 2 REALTORS crete house. Freshly painted A
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day 2413.or Will shown be open by 'Ppt.all day. Sun.day alrconditionlng' built-in kit. Incl. 926 W. Univ. 374-13M walls. Inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady Quality material a> workmanship -
dishwasher. Walking distance yard. No children or pets. r

i $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day $400 month down, available plus closing September tit 1st.per SCHOOLS.LITTLEWOOD & WESTWOOD ;I EFFICIENCY month. Phone APARTMENTS.444-3448. S50 I 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 43035. proud A community to live In you would be ,

3 BR. IVi baths CCB close to FOR RENT OR SALE 1963 trailer 3 BEDRM unfurn. NE Drive West on NW. 39th
; $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day I schools, churches shopping dead DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & check Star by General. ifl x 10' 1 BR 3 Bedrm. unfurn NE Ave. past the Glen Spring In- FEATURES INCLUDE:
end street. 140 NE 14th Ter. FR the outside then call us for appt.
2 Bedrm. unfurn. NW
custom made. excellent cond. tersection. See sign on left. Swimming Pool Recreation Room
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day to Inspect this EXCEPTIONALone Can be rented at Orange Lake 3 Bed Rm., 2 bath, furn., split FR 2.D866-
I owner home. Many unexpected level S22500 mo. Acres of Picnic Grounds Centrol Heat
with Lakeside be
II view or can
2.3855.FRED features Alrconditionlng.! Central Air Cond. Facilities
moved to trailer park of your Mary Moeiler. Realtor Laundry
HOWARD
Walk to METCALF
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day BISHOP. or ST. PATRICK'S choice In Gainesville or Ocala 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

SCHOOLS. As little as $1.000 area. See to appreciate. Call Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day I don will handle & low monthly 591.3001 Mcintosh Exchange. Mr. LARGE. dining 4 BR, rm.kitchen 2V* baths livingrm. com- STEVEN FOSTER 3 Elevators
ARNOLD payment. Total price $14,500
bination. Good location for chil- HEIGHTSLocated
.. $95 per mo. .... ,$3.16.per.day. Call 374-2927 or 374-0817. Ingalls.EAST SIDE dren. 4'/i ml. from town en Kln-
PHONE 3764456FOR
Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor caid Rd. $135 per me. Phone et N.W. 37th Place L4th

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day REALTORLOW Myrtle Lassiter, Associate GARDENAPARTMENTS 372-2448 after I P.M. St. New brick homes under PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
Wm. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate
I BR living rm. dining rm. construction. Pick your own
DOWN PAYMENT 7 NE 1st St. Phone 374-0817 kitchen combination. Family rm. colon, etc. VA & FHA Terms.by (24 Hour Service)
Res; 374-2927 or 372.7943 Eve. I & carport. Conveniently locatedIn
: 4 Bedrooms. 2 baths NW location Week-ends by appt. S57 per month up nice NE residential section. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY

: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR washer dryer and refrigerator total- Member Multiple Listing! Gainesville's Finest $120 per mo. Call 3722448 after 1306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
all like new. S9127 5 P.M. Capital Builders Inc.

monthly payment after $450 37 Reel Estate Exchanged Furnished or unfurnished N.W. 37th Place & 4th Street
down. See this today. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apartment 7 room. 2 story, 3 BR 2V* baths Call 3724341 er 174-7788 Butler Bros.
;. SUN RENTAL WANT ADS JOt NE 9th St. Phone 376- $140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE BUILDERS
Ft. Lauderdale 3-2 home $13,500.
WHY RENT? 9606. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032.
,t Trade equity for Gainesville
Immaculate 2 bedrooms, beamed home. acreage or whathaveyou.Call 1 BR-DR. kitchen. all utll. turn
h ceiling Living Room lovely 374-4943 evenings. except gas for cooking & oil for I
for $100. Pay ,
yard Would rent heat. J47.il per mo. upstairs. VII
$&5.33 monthly after 1353 down. New Brick Homes
A i NE 3rd Ave. Call Fred Guy.
39 Out of Town
Property

I I ,w 35 Houses for Sol I 35 Houses for Sole ROOM TO ROAMLive 372.3617 or 3720989. by
o'n 3 acres In modern 3 bed- STARKE 11 room. 3 bath homeon NICE furnished first floor apt good Builder HOUSE HUNTING? I
large lot. Close to Bank residential section, convenient to
4 BR modern home on I acre of 3 BR. 1 bath stove, re rig. screen- room concrete block house with Church. Schools. & market. Ideal stores & bus line. within walking
i land (7400. Terms. Phone OR ed porch paid pool membership Inside tiled bath. Off Newberry distance of SQuare. Couple only. 314 bedrooms. built-in kltchI I
.. 5-2277. S400 equity assume $83 me. pmts. Road. Pay $1.000 down and $90 for home office. apts., nursing Rent US monthly. Phone 374-5846. en equipment, cen. heat VA &
2510: NE 10th Ter. Phone 372-0449. per month and start country llv- home beauty shop etc. Sell or FHA Homes-no closing costs.
BY OWNER NEAR WEST. Ing. trade for Gainesville property.H. ONE bedroom air conditioned 40- CHECK
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath "WANTED" a home for e nice 2 G. .Bollinger Starke. ft. New Moon trailer, full size Capitol Builders Inc. THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
Ig. LR, family room, built In
BR hOuse NE section Must be 4 BEDROOMS bath Ig. kitchen, living room.
kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING N.W. 37th Place a4th Street *
seen to be appreciated. Completely S44 mo. FR 22914.
tot In 40 Business
Beautiful large Properties
setting on
& HEAT. $1000 end Insulated with 2 ton air
one
Malore Gardens. New construction IDEAL 3 rooms. OPEN HOUSE DAILY FOUR BEDROOM BRICK
assume mtg. Call 374-2927. conditioners. Large lot with e for S students. Irg. COLONIALS $15,825The
f': pump. Close to schools & shop 4 bedrooms. 2 baths central I SHOWROOM & warehouse. 6200 kitchen & bath. Partly furnished. Call 372-C34I er 316.1125.PRESENTING .
UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. ping. Call for ppt. 372-8429. 151* heat hardwood fleers double sq. ft. E. Univ. write P. O. Box S105 mo. 923 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR brick-front
Complete with large paneled den. Riviera is the star of models.
NE *th Terr. carport. $23,000. 2383, Tampa, Fla Confidential. 6-W92. our new
Only (17.300. Located Ct 3707 NW t I I
23rd Av*. For further details call NEAR CAMPUS. Married couples Terrazzo floors shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
FR 40430. Ask for Frank Thom I FOR SALE HOME AND TEN ACRES 41 Residential Income) only. Not suitable for childrenor ,
I NICE 3 BR bungalow Ig. flying bedrooms 2 baths. panelled pets. $70 per month.
as.BY Three natural
rm.. Sun parlor dining rm., Ig. living room with fireplace.I FOR SALE Completely turnish- Phone 3744451.TRAILER gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all ?
OWNER.'Neat attractive 3 bedroom portecochere. dbl. garage beautiful Range refrigerator air condi- ed 3 unit apt house located In young executive area another -
CB University Professor's I shade trees, lots of nice flowers tioner Included. Beautiful front of lot 95' x 203' at 115 N. E. for rent. 48 x S ft.,,couples FINE custom designed & city services.
w : home. Lrg. Fla. room. 1V4 Blks. Including f Ig. camellias & site in rolling northwestarea. 9 St. Price $15,500 net. Can be Phone FR 4-2S49 built home.Featuring.
to school. MOO buys $2JOO equi azaleas fish pool. lot 150 x 180. wooded financed. FR 66456. preferred : fireplace air
ty. 1051: N.E. 20th Place. If Interested Located In small town on Main Close in location on paved for appointment to see. THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
conditioned paneled family
C call Jacksonville. Fla, road. Price S24 000. 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- LARGE downstairs one BR apartment -
street near Gainesville. Almost e room, kitchen, a dream
.. 721-2058. lolning rental property. 200 ft. bath and half. See at 412 MODELS AT $14,500.
give away price at 11500. ARNOLDREALTY frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd with luminous ceilings &
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: NEW 3 BR home en Manatee W. A. Carlton. Jr. Phone 464-3345. Ave. Will sell together or sepa- N.E. fth St. pantry, 3 BR 2 bath fences.

Springs Road on 1 acre lot. Mail rately. 314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- NEW duplex furnished apartment patios It many ether extraordinary THREE' BEDROOM TWO BATH
BRICK FRONT
w 4 school bus to door 18,500. Alto SACRIFICE SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME COMPANY 4752. air cond., 1 BR tile bath electric Ideas. ,
I. business lot downtown. Will build Moving In 10 days was $1 ,000. Multiple Listing Member kitchen couples only. No
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?. to suit tenant. Contact J. H. now $18.000. C. heat, shady lot 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372.3522 42 Forms fir Acreogo children. 372-1444. Lloyd D. Myrick. Bid,. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350 .
Place. 312.3029. Pete Sleg
22nd
; 2.MeClung.. Chlefland. Fla. 43-4124. I 3708 N.W. Jane Caldwell
: Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge NEWLY decorated apartment, fur- WIMBERLY ESTATES
I Charlie Mayo 80 acres with nice home. nlshed. Phone 472.2295 or 472-
Bob Kalkman THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA
Greene Walter Stoddard 70 acres perm. pasture. 2371, Newberry. NW S4th Tar. off NW mil Ave. ,
I Jimmy Brick farm home. Open Sundays at 2:01 .r by

: : COLORED OPEN TODAY Ins Call Gladys W. University Smith Realtor 37253917'a 1 cludes room apartment gas and wafer ISO rent.305 N.W.In- app,. )12.5''*. MODELS $13,000.

1st St. FR 4-2012 or FR 4-7568.

3669 N.W. 16th Ave- acres, 1 10 miles out. 1 Bedroom mobile home on prl- FHA and VA Walk to elementary
$2000 cash vate lot. About 10 minute drivef
BRAND NEW 3 BR 2 tile baths
lot. S. E. SAPP, REALTORPh. rgm town. Phone F R A-7673 and junior high

; RENTALS Half Central acre All-conditioned landscaped & heat 4722000 Newberry, Fla. From $400 down

I' a Large Fla. room & Bk. bar 9 ACRES on Kincaid Rd 45 Unfurnished Apts. New Homesin Better living and
Beautiful Elec. kitchen 12 acres NW
a BRAND NEW DUPLEXES See these and many more desirable 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. 5 ROOM, bath ref rig., & stove, From $79 month resale value.
features then ea'l: us for 109 SE 4th Ave. Adults no pets. per

NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION price & terms. You'll be glad Mary Moelfer Realtor $60 per mo. Water furn. Phone

l w you did. 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 372-4421 or 372-1433. WESTVILLANW Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
Realty
University WANTED: Your FARM or ACRE- Duplex apt. for rent. Excellent
( r yrr 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351- AGE to SELL. We have PROS- residential location. Two bed left and follow signs to Fcrnwood Manor.
I W. M. Munroe. RealtorAMAZING PECTS welting. Call ALACHUA rooms. Kitchen equipped. $8500

REALTY ASSOCIATES, 374-2448 per 374-7971.month.- Hugh Edwards, Inc. 16th Ave., Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

43 Colored PropertY 2 BR llv. rm., dIn. rm.. Fla.
Yes, you will be amazed when you room, 3505 NW 17th St. $75 per at 37th St. -
see this neat 3 BR. 1 bath CB HOMES FOR SALE Call McKlnney-Green Realtors -
mo. PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
home et 527 NW 36t" Drive. You 2 t 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & FR ?3417
can buy for less than 112,000.
7th Ave. Small down payment.
Kit. furnished.budget.YOU'LL. Terms to a u 11 monthly payments $57 to $45. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
your
LIKE ITIf Also homes built on your lot WALTER STUBBSInc.
with no down payment. Ph. FOR RENT 2 BR house In High

you want to live lust outside FR 2.4125. Springs. partly furn. S50. completely Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048
City limits In a lovely 3 BR. 2 furn. $55. Mrs. Horace Llnch .
New. Quality Hugh Edwards built
bath CB home on a large shadedlot home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. 454-1834 High Springs. I
r I then let us show you this' As low as $43. per month with Phone 376-5394
one on NW 39th Ave. Just see Sun Want Ads
$2,000 down or will arrange terms I
It. It's priced right.
BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERSLOCATED
to suit buyer. Located 643 NE

SHORT OF CASH? 15th Street. Get Results "We trade houses"
Stove flood with light and fan Hugh Edwards, Inc.
2 Bedrooms Then let us show you some of the
Large living dining area Double compartment sink attractive 2 & 3 BR homes you Phone 3767971SAVE ___ .
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds can buy for a few hundred .llRlIIIIIIIIRUIIIIIIIIIIIWlllIIIR:! IllIlllllllllllIIIIfIIIIM.'I m.
., Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills down. Excellent locations.
.i Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and
., Large double sliding doer shrubbery UNIVERSITYREALTY
closets Insulated Attica !
LIen Closets Close to school and bus stopJPlC'lAU
Ico"MPAiiu--
THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE Of INTIRIO COLORSTO
,.. iLIND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For OPEN TODAY 2.8
1111 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322 W. M. Munroe Realtor

Asso: S. E. Mclaughlin Frank
Take northeast tth eve. te northeast 24th terrace turn left 1 block.
Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug 28-HUNDRED BLOCK OF N.W. 34TH STREET
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The following' Is new under
MONEY DOWN construction and will be ready 4 B It, 2'-h baths $2990 dn.
for occupancy soon! S18 per mOo


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376-7971 BOS SE 38th S*. AUGUST 16 1964

I l BR 1 bath not eta. IU
I' ___ Norwood per me..
Priced from $13,900-517,250 r4

G e I 4l h.. Lutute 12 Beautiful Homes by 12 Leading Builders

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f. Sodded Lawns J!! c Co-Sponsored by DIRECTIONS:
,., J ,: anI ALL OUR HOMES ARE Ad miSSion.
Swim Club. ;iL i Inc. OPEN. FOR YOU TO ENJOY Gainesville Home Builders Assoe. i Drive West en: University! a*
r SEEING ANYTIME tf
I Donation To Junior
Air Cond. Optional --.J -1 a
4 YOU WILL JUST CALL 16th Avenue. Turn right
... We Trade Homesor I
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'1..1. Gainesville Women's Club I Charities
Colonials $ Junior Women's Club
Rf5s1a
I 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR (North) ft* N.W. 34th St.

.. '.Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street Property -5301 or FR 4-79t -
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I n d&ASSIFJGATION INDEX I 66 Misc For Sal. 66 Misc. For Sal 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for-Sal. -- "

Electric stove, 5 piece dinette set IF look dull MOTOR
carpets and dreary, ONE. new Bndgestone scooter it '59 CADILLAC 4-dr. NT Whit. ,
Gold framed mirror and nursery remove the_spots as they appear dealers cost. See at 1619 Hawthorne Full power & air cond. Best offer 1963 Chevrolet station wagon, with HAWES-POWERS
I : MERCHANDISE furniture. Phone 3724889. with,. Blue Lustre.. Rent electrIcshampooer Road. over $1600 or trade for smaller manual transmission. Air cond CO.
ANNOUNCEMENTSHn.7T4W.rU. SEWING MACHINE *1. McDaniell' Furo. car especially VW '63 or later. tioned. Low mileage still has factory -
: : Co., Gainesville Shopping Cen- 84 ,AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Call 376-7970. guarantee. $2090. Phone FR
.. .. r....*_at. fl&akI 11 WuU4 U BIT 1964 Automatic twin needle zig zag ter.HENDERSON'S. 6-8043 after 5.
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.. a a Mmcklaery 0T...t. In new cabinet. Makes buttonholes FOR SALE BY OWNER 1955 Stu-
1aiLA Fe n AIR SMITTY SEZ
a Building Materials overcast applique s a t in MILL STORE,... CONDITIONING. Tone up debaker Champion, 4 door :
4-PeraaAAlUea' ; Icnlee.Zrawel.Jal.naaUoa _.. ._ tt B..dl.14 G.*ea stitch fancy designs,"mends etc.I" US Hwy. 19, Crystal River, Re.Tona Special $2.50 for performance sedan. Very clean. Call FR .2- 1956 RAMBLER Station Wagon,
{ 65 ABtlfeesM per month. Balance $72. M of Towels' Miles! of Fab test. All makes and models. 0595. $150. Runs good good tires. Call
.4peeML4i.tgsu._.. Kiac. Far Sale '. Sewing Machine Service Co rlcs. Hundreds of Rugs Headquarters of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- T. Burton, 462-1138, Alachua. 1

--j a Flarieee BakrSitUrs. Chili Care<4 Cl TraeUnf ..... W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. for Beach Towels. Powers Motor CoAir Conditioning 1956 PLYMOUTH 4-dr., radio & "I'm sweating it out the

.. t rttees-T* Ge. Lad M Articles Wanted ana used chain saws, lawn ONE-half carat solitaire diamond Servicing Center. 204 N. heater, auto trans., V-l runs .1960 4-door Chevrolet BrookWOOd
.. TkIatw ?. lee-: n Fe.1 Oil A WeaJe* ., edgers. tampers light ring, white gold. Appraisal document Main SU Phone FR 22561. good. SIPS or best offer. Phone station wagon. Power steering used car lot is overloaded -
70 Bella Marina E:..... plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs available. Call FR 2. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Au- 372-7478. autom. trans., radio end heater.
: .AuTO.MOTIVzwAhptaa.asi.ftesIals 71 Camp But. Ftak .. Stratton. new and used mo 8334. tomotive repairs and tune-up." Excellent cond. $995. FR 6-8300 with, like
." n Office EBlpaaM7S : tors. Rental. sales and service. Miller & Sons, 732 NW 1st St. LEAVING town must sell 1960 after 6 p.m. r
.. afulcaJ Marckeaiiae Meyers Power Tools. 23 NE XACTA CAMERA like new. Phone 372-7915. Hillman Minx; $500. Phone 376-
1962 Falcon, 2-door. auto trans.,
flTTaeks far Sal* 16th Ave. Phone 376-1411. holf price. CoIl 372-1693. 3663 new reconditioned _
low mileage, clean. $1095. See aUsserys
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nMTTrieters"Tracks Wanted. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TRADE your costly TO operate 2 Twin size mattresses. Clean.. 85 Automobiles for Sal i. BUICK convertible excel! e n t Service Station. 404 N.W.
at Track a..talaarrr ELECTRIC water, heater, and Phone FR 6-2491., cond. $100 equity and take up 10th Avenue. automobiles. I ( )
: : Uer Rentals 12 AAeblie Homes for Sale $48 for e new glasslined GAS CHEV. 1954, gray 2 door, good payments. 376-6481.
U FEDDERS Air Cond.
M.Lsreyelee2I Sceetero 1X500 BTU
U Lets for Sale water heater. Much 'paint |lob and trans- must make
more hot body good
Aatomohll Repair* Nema. Like new. SIM. Phone 1956 FORD 9-passenger station wa 87 Automobiles Wanter
14 Watsrfr.nt I're..r&1 E water at about half tbe cost with 372-5150. portation. $250. Phone 372-4602 gon. Heater. $175. Call 372-3029.
U L.LsebUse far SateM U H..ie far isis OUR LP GAS. PROPANE evenings and weekends. roomfortis. \
Swap Care M C.Uaca Far Sale ARCHER ROAD. FR a5110.DOWLING'S 2 wheel luggage trailer, 6x4x2" '60 SUNBEAM '59 LAMBRETTA speed. 150 CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords
17 Beal Estate Exch ccl box, fitted tarp. 2 good 600 x 16 Alpine, excellentcond : LI. $125. Looks 5. runs good. & Chevrolets. AJ Herndon Service -
EDUCATIONAL Beal E.Ut. Waiteda UPHOLSTERY 4 ply tires. $75. Phone 376-9914. one' owner many extras.Priced Phone 376-8672. Station. 916 SE 4th St. trade-ins our
Chairs low as S8. No right. Call FR 6-7824.
IS .e..... A a&neUetiIt Oat .r T.w. Prepart7 money AIR conditioner, :
down, low as $5 per month. 14,000 BTU $150; '65s I'm
Mmale. Duetnf. 40 Bulneia rnpcrtiee I-III Free estimates pickup and de 1 refrlg., S50; 1 rein ;., $25; 1 CADILLAC 1955 red new so
*0 Waatea bftraattoa 41 Residential Uca livery service. All work space heater 120X100 BTU, $35; convertible
4: Farms Acreage teed. Phone 374-7784. guaran- 1 Irg. attic fan. 42". 17$; 22 In. fully powered with new top. S259. I SALE cutting prices to
EMPLOYMENT tt-1 Colored Property Sales c window, fan $15; 1 bedroom See et Tenneco Stat. corner of CLEARANCE
T-V antennas. $3 single stack, $7 suite $75; 1 dinette set with 6 S. Main & 4th Ave. the bone. Just lookat
11 Work Waited Male RENTALS double stack $13.00 complete kit. chairs formica top $50. 1119 SE '63 OLDS F-B5 loaded Excellent
1$ West Wanted Female Jim Voyles, 419 NW 8th Ave. 22nd: Ave. First house past Evergreen condition. See Mr. Green, University fantastic
these
buys.
14 Sales Help Wanted 43 Colored Property Rentals Now Specializing In Ladies' Better I Cemetery on right. City Bank. 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
11 Help-Mai* *r Female 44 Collates tar Lilt Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 60 COMET & 59 RAMBLER
12 Mate Help WantedDramatie 43 F.rnUh*. Apt. through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional I 70 Boats-Marine) Equip. wagons. Both AT AC, Comet station CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS

41 Cnfarnlshed Apia. Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER has radio also. Private sport powersteering
owner. super
11 Ftmala Help Wanted 47 Beisca (*r Beot Farn. DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave GOING North sporty '64, 14' fiberglass Make offers. 376-2348. HARDTOPS '04 CHEVROLET
I 48 Bouses for Bent Dnforn. nue. spana American, tilt trailer. automatictransmissiOn
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4> Ream far Beat 3 mo. old 40 hours. Johnson & 55 CHEVROLET. standard transmission heater
M Ferm Equipment M Hotel Booms WE WANT TO buy late model used complete skiing equip. $50 take 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- V-8, bucket sects, radio, ,

n Feed 4k Fertilizer 81 Misc. Rentals trade-Ins refrigerators. Exceptionally. High up payments. See at 2940 N.E. tion. Call 372-6638. 3900 miles.
ZS LlTtiUck BapplleeSS alA Waited To Rent I now given.WILSON'S 11th Terr. or call 376-8792 Friday. 63 KARMAN Ghia. $100 and take Your Own Deal"TAKE $2600

Landscaping T., Sell SS Boardera Wanted 111 S.E. 1st EXCHANGE 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with up payments. Phone 481-2381. "Figure Was $2995 : . . NOW
M Fats aippUes 53 Office Desk Spaae I Street Phone FR 6-6479. trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235,

U LlTtiUck W..t"FI..NCI..L 54 Biiincta BraUk I CITIZEN BAND RADIOS 3911 N. W. 7th St. 55 54 DODGE.Chevy. $95$150;;'50'54 Chevy.Ford $95 V>S.; FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 Galaxie 4 door, hardtop,

New and Used $60 15 runabout & trailer hydroplane Also '56 Ford. pickup truck. $195. 64 FORD

SERVICE Complete line of photo supplies bottom perfect condition. $250. Al Herndon Service Station 916 DEDUCT 10 % . . . . 000.00 power steering, automatic
AS Baalneaa Oppertinhtles13tanev K Special BertleeaS3 FULLER'S FOTO INC. 3305
Hawthorne Rd., Ph. FR 4- conditioned
SE 4th St. air
r. la Lea Home ImproTemeniaZ4 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 2455. transmission, radio, heater, ,

U nt.ria|** Ladle TV ServIce GOLF bag 2 woods 8 irons glove 16' ft. Zimmel $000 a beautiful car.
overnlghter with YOUR PRICE
$2600
SS Meaty Wanted li ApplUnca r.rattu.11IIIIIIIIIIWlIUlJIIIIIIIIIIIIIJUlDlIIBIIIIID. 64 BUICK Skylark, 6000 miles .
I and balls $25. ,
; Phone FR 6-5685 canvass top. 25 H. p. electric $200 down, NOW
after 6:00 P.M. motor. Gator trailer with take up payments.Call Was $2895 . . .
IUllllllDilllllWUIlIUIIIIIIIiIIJIII1WI / / : new FR 2-7433 or FR 2-3785 after
tires. $595. FR 4-4941.
REMINGTON electric typewriter, 5:00 P.M.RENAULT .
51-.. Wonted. To Rent 61 Wanted to Buy good condition, 1100. Call after 5 FRANK PHILPOTT SPECIALS Impala, 4 door
Dolphins 58 good con
P.M. 372-6738. TVfc h p. outboard motor $40 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE 63 CHEVROLET automatic
dition. Radio. new tires, $250. hardtop,
HOUSE. apartment or trailer. 2 CASH for your used appliances, i, 30% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES. 1963 14-16' tilt trailer $120 Phone 376-3711.
furniture clothing etc. Call WIU For Fishing & hunting trailer $125 transmission, power steering V8, radio
those
bedrooms near elementary school Interested In
learning
TODAY ATPOOLEGABLEM0T05
Hams Service 14' fiberglassed runabout $175 THE "DODGE BOYS"
must be furnished for small family Rd. 372-3937 Center Hawthorne ceramics, classes are held I to 1963 14' fiberglass boat $195 1958 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe. heater, sharp. $ | | A
of 3. Write P. O. Box BB 5. night by appt.-Closed Thurs. 14' runabout & trailer $275 red with red Interior. Leaving 21\ I U
Was $2395 . . NOW
_Cross City Fla. 64 Household Goods day. ELLA'S CERAMICS 2145 E. 1963 fiberglass boat & trailer $295 town, must sacrifice. FR 6-4008. .
University Ave. FR 6-5561. 1963 boat 14 hp. motor
ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet
52 Boarders Wanted ELEC. stove, SIS, gas stove $25; GROCERY stock and equipment at & trailer $495 Impala, 2 dr. hardtop, excellent New Yorker 4 door
full > top station wagon carrier 439 SW 3rd St. for Informationcall FRANK PHILPOTT'SSPORT condition. Call Jones 376-5351. 163 CHRYSLER
1954 SCHULT I x 37 2 BR, 1 With SIS; sm. space heater stand- FR 6-6802. CENTER power steering, power
1960 CORVETTE speed excellent
bunk, 11500. Call Mr. Foster tank, $15. 20 NW 14th Avenue
Men. FrL '.:00 5:00 FR 2- 376-2693- 200 FT. welded' wire fence 48" condition. Sell or trade for comi i brakes, radio, heater, air con-
3415. AIR CONDITIONER, Kelvlnator, 10- high, 18 line posts. 1 walk gate 73 Musical MerchandiseREPOSSESSEDORGAN pact. Call 376-5363 after 6 P.M. i 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE_ 372-4343 NOW $3195 1
000 BTU only 1 year old |lust $40. Phone 376-4074. John Ritch. ditioned Was $3595 .

F 53 Office-Desk SpaceOFFICE 2-6019.cleaned .. serviced. Phone FR NEW furniture at wholesale prices. 1963 Rambler $325 down & take I

Canvas chairs $8 bar stools $8 Baldwin Spinet organ with tone over payments of $57 per mo. 4 door hardtop! crown
!; 7 PIECE Call 3724056 after 5:30 P.M.
space for rent near Uni modern formica-top dinette & $15 marble top coffee table cabinet. Also used 8-3 Hammond 163 IMPERIAL
versity. Phone FR 63012. set. Charcoal color. $35. $40. walnut (. Iron end table SIS. 2-61 note manuals. 25 note power steering, power

OFFICE for rent including a Phone FR o-Ittl. cherry hat racks S1JO. 4' writIng pedal board with' 2 tone cabinets. ADVERTISE IN THE brakes radio heater air con-
space
central heating. air conditioning ONE 40" Electric range, excellent table $40 fire screens 39" A real bargain. Gridley Music SERVICE DIRECTORY YOU $4295
utilities and private parking- condition. Phone FR 2-1533 for In & 54" $25 4x6 room divider Co. Gainesville Shopping Center NOW CAN BUY YOUR ditioned. Was $3595 . NOW

!ot. 111 SW Third St. formation. $50. Gaddum Interiors, 12 NW FR 2-5353. I

T-A-G APPLIANCES 3rd Ave. 9:30 to 5:30. WILL transfer to responsible party I FOR THE CORRECT AT "700" 4 door 4 speed
SECOND CAR .
54 Business Rentals REUPHOLSTERED 2. piece sectional choice of four spinet or console
Tested
42 Refrigerators end Guaranteed from $39 up- dressers bedroom suites, pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- I TIME 163 CORVAIK radio i $,
round mahogany dining table liner Spinet Piano trade back, II 1495
FOR rent or lease downtown restaurant .- 17 Washers Ranges from from $39 up with 4 leaves reclining chairs.wicker save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with, I FR 2-1411 heater, Was $1595 . NOW
or drug store locations.I 11' up
will FACELIFT a Dryers from $49 sofa & 2 chairs and sound 5. motion, pick up pay. WHOLESALEThese
and completely up -
other household Items. ments. we have a piano to fit
remodel and air condition, etc. or 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up Nearly EARL'S Courtesy Of Super Sport 2 door
2 Dishwashers Nu Furniture Shop. 316 NW 8th any decor. PIANO CO., ,
from
will' take 99 year ground lease $49 up Ave. 3764892.WESTINGHOUSE 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. University ChevroletN. 62 CHEVROLET
and let you build. Lot 120 x 125. 10 TV Sets from $35 up 15 Cars Will Be Sold To The IndividualOr h'lltop power steer.
Owner JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. refrigerator, nice. FRENCH horn in excellent
Hal C. Betsy, Jr. Metro Main St. at 16th Ave. V8 radio heat.
** 475-5811. 419 NW Ith Ave.Ph. 372-5303 $45 Century 3-speed 16" oscillating condition. FR 2-4444. ing, automatic transmission, ,

FOR LEASE USED Maytag automatic washer. fan $10. 222 S. E. 20th St. I p--"-.. At Wholesale Prices. er, 18,000 miles.
Phone FR 6-1416. $1895
$45. Phone 376-2905
Modern air condo suite of office after 5 P.M. TODDLERS clothes, size 3 sunsults. 73 Musical Merchandise Value Rated Was $2095 . . . NOW
14 Ft.
Downtown location, near court Frigidaire refrigerator, 4
house and federal building. Ph. years old. perfect condition. rea- excellent condition. Phone 3721695. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS ,
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372-7943 or 6-0817. _sonably priced. Phone FR 2-1339. -NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera Buy now for this fall. Many to Used Cars 58 OLDS Savoy, 2 door automatic
Automatic 101 with flash. choose from. Instant 62 PLYMOUTH
FOR Regu- credit.
SALE. 5 hot water
SMALL warehouse with tanks. 30
platform tor transmisWas
trucks loading & unloading In I gal. with gas heater attached also lar $12995, August Special $105. Gainesville Music Center B&G MOTOR CO. Hardtop. -

City limits. 1132 S. Main St. I 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete Ph. 376-1258, 1021 W. Univ. Ave. 37?-5431. 103-K W Univ. Ave. $265 slrwi, radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean. $
Phone 372-8433 or 376-417X with gauges, 2 crane shallow Cadillac Oldsmobile 1095

FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store Jewelry well Co.pumps. Inquire Lewis UNIV.I INC. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY, 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals 2001 NW 13th St. $1195 . NOW

building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 '
per mo. Call Hershall Haynes 2 studio couches: with bolsters. FOR SALE 30 v 30" Premier Paper PRIVATE PILOT 57 STUDEBAKER V-200, 4 door, automatic -
condition
FR 6-2641 or B. F. 'Mizell, FR brown newly covered, $20 ea. $45. Gainesville Cutter. Like Sun new Business Of- GROUND SCHOOL GAINESVILLEAUTO Station Wagon. 7A1 VALIANT .

4-7551. _3024 NE 10th St. fice. 372-8441 ext. 2$. P.A.A. Approved Sanderson AudioVisual transmission,

FOR RENT 1.ooo-lq. ft. warehouseor 40" ADMIRAL elec. range, like new. Ground School Course. SALES $225 radio, heater, real sharp.
CUSTOM utll. trailer, steel frame Starting week of Aug. 17, 1964. $1
store room 2188 SW 5th St. $30. Cell 372-4081. after 5:30 045
150 per mo. Call Hershall Haynes P.M. 10' bed of 2x6 In. wood./ I.H. For complete Information call 1007 N. Main St. Was $1145 . . . NOW I
CHEAP. 40" gas range, $35. See front axle. Cost $150 now $50. FR 2-6351, Cassels In the Air '
''f'R'-a.7551.FR 6-2641 or B. F. MUelU at 1405 N.W. 13th St. Good tires. 3724874. Inc. Municipal AIrport.Automotive. Phone FR 2.6313 57 RAMBLERStation "

LIVING or Fl. sultai Northcentrol Florida' Wagon. 4 door station
rm. 2 foam FORMICA top 18x20" boards for 61 PLYMOUTH
FOR leas
large building. 1034 S.
Main. Now occupied by Franks rubber lounges. 2 end tables corner end or kiddie table, fish cleaningor LargestIndependent. wagon, power
Marine.- Large back lot. Drive table. Simmons hlde-e-bed. cutting board, etc. $1. G'vllle Dealer $230
thru large enough for bl g g e at Uphol. chairs. Make Offers. 376- Auto Top Shop.ACETYLENE steering, power brakes, radio, heater, dual

I truck trailers. Owner Hal C. 2348.: welder complete outfit air conditioners.
Batey.-Jr. Melrose 475-5811. GE full-size stove good cond., $50; 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE '57 STUDEBAKER $1 095
,
t tire machine bench grinder. I
Was $1395 NOW
West. Hse. frost-free refrlg., almost . . .
EXCELLENT location, for service
building 1 grease gun. & other 4-Door Sedan.
h rent.. 1228 W. University. 372-5393. new $125; din. table for station equipment. Phone 3722489. TRUCK BODY, a x 18 ft., with 5 BARKLEYMOTORS
p Gladys Smith Realty trailer. blond flo* 115. FR 2-0982 ft. racks, good condition to be station 4
after 4 p.m. "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV sold under sealed bids. Reservethe $250 60 CHEVROLET wagon,

\I Three rooms and off-street parkIng 2doOr GE refrigerator & double yr. guarantee on picture tube. right to reject any or all door automatictransrnhuio
en S. W. 4th Avenue. Can oven GE good condition. $39; refrigerators. $25; sofabed bids. Board of Public Works, New- "' <: -
range. :
be leased for $75 per month. Call Both $125. Phone 376-4820. and chair, $29; sofa bed $19; I berry. Fla. "IN THE AUTO GAME- '57 OLDS ri, radio, Keare'r i "air. $ | iftr
Alachua Realty Associates. 376- rockers 1295. I conditioned. Was I I YD
platform
144S SOFA & chair coil springs dark new BARKLEY'S THE NAME" 4-Door Sedan. $1395 NOW
Service Center,
Cell Williams
gray. nylon tweed. Boucle. recent 2201 N. Main St.
Hawthorne Rd. 3723937.
56 Business Opportunities Iy Ph.reupholstered.372-5847. Like new. $75. STEREO REK-O-Kut turntable with I FR 2-4373 $160 '60 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 2 door,

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MONEY MAKER New business. UPRIGHT freezer, good condition' new cartridge, perfect condition, MELTON power steering,

I Good location near Shopping original Phone FR cost-5154.$375.. Will take lioo. ISO.FR 44725.REFRIGERATOR.1825 N.W. 7th St. Phone '58 PLYMOUTH radio, heater, air conditioned.


Center.Call Gladys Smith, Realtor 66 full silo Wesf- 2.Door Hardtop Mechanic Special. Was $1095 . . . NOW $995
Misc. For Sale
7228 W. University 372-5391 Inghouse with, freezer compartment $125

GOLF $40. 1825 N.W. 7th St. MOTORS door
clubs with bag iSO May Impala
I NEEDED tag wringer type washing machine Phone FR 4-4728. 760 CHEVROLET

25 dlesel truck tractors not more $40; toaster, $3 and elec. TV. perfect cond.. win' sacrifice '57 FORD transmission -
than 2 yrs. old to lease tor pullIng deep-fryer, $5. FR 6-6895. for $30. Also RCA stereo port.. radio heater.
,
6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG Station Waaon.
trailers In Central Florida. $1
cond. $39. ICS NE 11th 62 MERCURY 095
Permanent lease paid weekly. Repossessed '64 Model Dlal-O-Matlc, Ave.like new FR 25047.VASHICAMAT Was $1295 . . NOW
Call terminal manager V to 5 Swing Needle sewing machine Station wagon full power $250
Monday thru Friday Winter Garden does all kinds of fancy stitches. automatic camera air conditioning one owner
I Flo Phon 656-771. buttonholes sews on buttons. field case & 3.5 mm. lens. New new car trade In, solid white //LA 4 door, standard transmis-
blind hems overcasts appliques $50. Also other equipment. Phone '56 RAMBLER OU DODGE
etc. Responsible $1995 sion 6
i 61 Wanted to Buy S person$7.36. Call to takeover 372-8238. cyl., heat5/AT
payments Mr.
Parker 372-7680. United Sewing refrlg. 18300 BTU I Station Wagon. er, real sharp. Was $795 NOW 07 J
FRIGIDAIRE } '
STAMP COLLECTIONS. Get our Center. Coldspot Air conditioner with 3 62 CHEVROLETStation '63 VOLKSWAGENRuby $290

f fair cash offer. Phone 372-2702. FOR SALE full size Apex Ironer yr. g u e rantee. Reasonable. wagon, Eclair, power 2 door Century hardtop .
like new. Original cost $299. Only Phone 3726402.SIMMONS steering, power brakes, radio red clean. 158 BUICK ,

$125.original GE$49.95.Elec. Good Oven -As Roaster new. elec. hospital bed, Includes heater, 9 passenger, white' $1495 '56 FORD power steering, power
with blue
SUBLEASE $25. '53 Studebaker engine lustoverhauled. mattress, side rails.I tra- Interior. Station brakes radio, heater, cream puff.
Good pese, used less than 1 yr. Ph. Wagon. $695
I Building at hunting car. $75. Cell fishing 376-5341 end until 374-4037. $1895 62 VOLKSWAGENPearl Was $795 . . . NOW

229 W. UNIV. AVE. 4:00 or 591-606o<t.r 6, white, radio WSW, extra $160
BEAUTIFUL walnut bar. 9* '
long. nice.
Next Door to Florid 3 compart. slnK. hotwattr heater, 62 VALIANT
4 Rattan stools, suitable for 4 door, automatictransmission
Theatre. gas stove two electric JO cup home or business. $200. Without 2 door hardtop. standard!! $1295 '55 FORD 58 PLYMOUTH
PHONE 372-0440 coffee pots. Pool room, phone stools $150. FR 1-4494. transmission, radio heater, radio -
462-1985. Before I after 4. Or
or solid Station
black with Wagon.
red Inter. heater
Boyd-s Pool Room f A.M. to V8.
QUAILS for sale. Live er dressed. ior. 61 VOLKSWAGENBeryl $495'Wal

midnight. Phone 481-2674. $1295 green, radio. $100 $545 II . . NOW


$1095 "55 METRO 4 door, automatic transmisSion -
62 SAAB I 157 OLDS .
SERVICESHome 2 door. sedan economical '60 VOLKSWAGEN radio, heater, $

: Mengo green clean. I $225 PS. clean. Was $545 NOW 495

tronsporteton.$995? $995 '

Bel Air 4 door
54 METRO 57 CHEVROLET .

And Business '61 OLDS 60 FORD FALCONClean. Convertible. sedan, automatic

t passenger station wagon, transmission, radio, heater, sharp. 5

power steering power brake, $495 -" $150 Was $695 . 545
ah eanditleAcd, radio heeler . NOW

beige with beige Interior, '
BulldozingSMALL Plumbing $1795 '64 VOLKSWAGEN 54 CHEVROLET
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loader, Pickup!, like new radio. 156 FORD 495
bulldozer, dump. $65 4 door, radIo heater
trucks fill dirt, lime rock. Too SEWER INSTALLED '60 OLDS $1750 .. ,
oil. Phone 371-7844. NEW a. used; fixtures complete VB. Was $495 . . NOW
plumbing service "BIO" JIM w2.e 4 door, hardtop! full '
LandscapingLANDSCAPE HUGULEY, Gainesville PlumbIng power, sIr conditioning, ertlc '59 FORD PICKUP 53 CHEVROLET
PR 2-158. white, with" blue Interior,
'" clean,
Camper radio heater.
locally, owned car. $150
Grass-Sod-Garden SERVICE MainNurserystock UpholsteryUPHOLSTER $1395 $1095 IMPORTED CARS

of all kinds.CREVASSE'S .
'
NURSERY reasonable prices.your furniture Call Sally.et 60 OLDS '62 VOLKSWAGEN 51 PLYMOUTH convertible, radio, .
Landscape Co. 63 TRIUMPH
Experienced.
FR e-888. 4248
FR_ 4-7514 for free timate.. KombI extra clean.
N_ W 13th Ter.Remodeling. "IS" 4 door sedan power $40 heater. 5

Lawnmower Service heater steering, white power brakes. radio, $1395 Was $1595 . . . NOW 1495


j F L. Lawnmower Shop for fast and DO YOU NEED. Florida room, extra $1195 door, heater,
dependable service 105 S. W. 63 VOLKSWAGEN
room more room, roof work, Miller-
jt 2nd Ave. We sharpen Knives scissors '
and repair small electric or maybe a complete new home? 60. FALCON RIDGWAYMOTOR

motors. For a free estimate & guaranteed 2 door sedan standard transmission sharp. Was $1595 . NOW 1495
t work phone Carl C. -
heater runs good
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Waters 372690.EXPERIENCED Brown
Appliance Repair & Sun Want Ads $395 sunroof radia
I AIr Conditioning CARPENTER USED 62 VOLKSWAGEN ,
Paint and repair lobs performed by CO.

Get Results carpenter CALL who FR loves 6-4907 his trade. '60 ENGLISH FORD Univ.1030 Ave.E. CARS heater. Was $1395 . NOW 1325

I HANDYMAN SHOP Angus, 4 door sedan
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1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
First In elr conditioning end Appliance FR 2-3582
repairs we sell guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs $345 2 door hardtop, radio,
60 METRO
04 washers refrigerators etc. Mortgage Broker heater
PR a-0267 CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE --- ---- -- ,

I MORTGAGE MONEYS CO. 815 W. University 57 FORD I Was $495 . . . NOW $425
Auto Glass Ave. 37e-107S. We repair aUMafcM. 2 door sedan. VL automatic I "I
cent Interest.
per Term to
IS Work fairy querantffd.. transmIssion. 2 tone btv*, 55SALE
years.
'UTO CLASS i U our only busi ,I BUY BUILD REFINANCECall TELEVISIONPICTURE $395AS ,58 FIAT 1100, 4 door, heater,

ness. Immediate Installation: r Call. $
free pickup 81 delivery. Add Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 1964 RAMBLERS
beauty a. value to your car. TUBE Repair SpeciaL St IS SPECIAL Was $595 . . . NOW 445
MAULDIN-S AUTO GLASS Co. FHA end conventional at lowest per Inch plus $10 to Install most
_.33s N.w.-St. FR 4-2558. current rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special '57 PLYM'OUTHStation I 2 DOOR COST $ 1693
years. Will gladly discus et no Reconditioned TVs from $9.93. 2 door radi
obligation. Call/ wagon radio, heater, SEDAN 56
tomorrow.J. THE VARIETY STORE VOLKSWAGEN
Auto Equipment W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 1 S.E. 1st Ave. automatic transmission, new plus 5 % 84 heater. $

31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-844 4 Technicians with 14 experience transmission needs paint .
:HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuiiFL FRED B. ARNOLD on all makes. years $145 Was $545 . . . II NOW 495

exchanged; Repair kits tor -
REALTORFHA I r T. V. SERVICE 1777
Walker .Jacks.-Factory author
AND CONVENTIONAl. PROMPT DEPENDABLEOpen See J. L SMITH
-44. Walker.Jtydzauhic Jack : WILBUR
SLIGH PAUL
HULL'S BRAKE LOANS to 4-Closed Wed. 111 P.M.
f 4ervlco Agent. 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522
KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE
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SERVICE* 1314 $
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and conventional loans. Low
Appraisol Senric' rates. Terms to 25 ,,'rs. 1128
W. Untv. Ave. 372-5393.'

I FRED I. ARNOLD F. H. A. 8. Cony. Loans Delivered! With Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

ftCALTOR FORDYCE t ASSOCIATES" INC. STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST! HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
PEAL STATE APPRAISAU REALTORS
Sun Want Ads
SERVICKUU .la W Univ. 1TH73t Home of 5% Profit 5 % Financing

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You'veSeen I ToBuyA 4
'63 CADILLAC
4895
Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned. '64 FORD
'62 .
I CADILLAC
UIndependent Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned. $3795
Norihcenfral I .
& '62 CADILLAC $35"5'
! V Sedan. Air conditioned. .

Florida's No. 1 I 'Sedan 61 CADILLAC DeVille. Air conditioned. F2995 ATMETER'S


CAR Dealer I ''Sedan.60 60 CADILLAC CADILLAC Air conditioned.i F2395 SHAW & "FORDTOWN"Because

Sedan. 1995

OUR CARS ARE '59 CADILLAC $1595
BUYS Sedan. Air conditioned.
I '57 CADILLAC '

ALWAYS LOW PRICEDSO YOU'DTHINK 'Fleetwood.56 CADILLAC Air conditioned. $395 895 We're Making Room for '65'sHURRY

Coup DeVille. Air conditioned.
SEEP I '62 OLDS in and choose from our entire stock of Brand New
WE AREWHOLESALING $2595
I "98" Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.

I 'Fl5 62 OLDS $595 1964 FORDS

'60 OLDS
$1595

F 5 I-dr.C4 transports$100 I '"60 98"OLDS Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned. $1495 PRICED SO LOW YOU CANT SAY NO!

auto "88" Hardtop Sedan.
good
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tJon.59PIymouth I 59 OLDS $1095 FALCONS
I Sedan. Air conditioned. '
$ 59 OLDS $ FAIRLANES
1905
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98Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.
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f '59 OLDS $995 GALAXIES
"88"
Hardtop Coup.

A 44r.Simca Sedan. Heater '58 OLDS $595 T-BIRDS
,
4 eyl. over. $375 Convertible.
61 1 head valve engIne.
4-speed Solid grey trans.good I '58 OLDS $395 MOST ALL COLORS AVAILABLE
tires.
G i 'Sedan.57 OLDS .
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Sedan. Air conditioned. $395 i
S 8Chevrolet $399 rt4T
*. '57 OLDS $200 r
E Hardtop Coupe.
'63 BUICK 3295
Pontiac4dr. I
Station Wagon. Air conditioned. YOU CAN SAVE LIKE CRAZY ON :
S V-8, standardtrans.Sedan. R&H. 145 '59 BUICK $1195 :
S runs good. .
Real buy at62Tenpest 'Electra Sedan. 1964 FORD DEMONSTRATORS
59 BUICK. $1195
Coupe. Air conditioned.I .
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real $1345 63 CHEVROLET 2195
I 1964 Impala Sedan.
'63 CHEVY I II, $1995 FANTASTIC SAVINGS,

Buick Move Sedan.

FORD 5 7 Sedan.Special 4dr.auto. $5 7 5 '61 CHEVROLET 1595. :.
trans ps. .R&H. Station Wagon.
2-tone blue
CLEARANCE ivory finish. '4-speed.62 MONZA 1595 ON ALL USED CARS


I" SALE S7"sr"Old 2dr.hardtop, $399 'Station 60 CHEVROLET Wagon.V-8. $1295 .. I

I with auto.R&H.wsw.trans solid black ps. '60 CHEVROLET 1195 AND TRUCKS! 1

V Station Wagon. 6-cyl. Standard trans. _
SHAW PlymouthSavoy '61 IMPALA $]595
. 2-dr.,sedan. 1962 1963 1959 1960 1961
V4 engine $139S' Hardtop Sedan. Air conditioned.
62 Standard trans Corvair Ford Ford Chev. Yolks
& R&H. Solid white '60 IMPALA 1395 f Menu 4dr. Gilaxle XL *, 4dr.sta. wag., Impala 2-dr.,.
with fclue Interior Low R&H 4pedtransmlitkxt. dr. HT. R&H R&H. Fordo- HT R&H PS, Convt, R&H,
& wsw. Hardtop Sedan.Air conditioned. Com.. PS solid mattc X.clean.RedPowerglt&whitsi: solid yellow.
whIte. light
KEETER odge4dr. '63 FALCON 1695 RATE $1"395 $2345 L $545 LAVE $945

Station Wagon. _
Sedan. Heater $666
60 '
238 W. University standard V-I engine tranu, 61 FALCON 1195 6%
excellent eond. Station Wagon.
I Phone FR 6-5371 '61 FORD .Finoncin 1960 1959 1959 1957 1961
1295 9
Falconautomatic Chey.. Olds Ford Chev.. Ford
L Sedan. Sta. wagon f C/300 2-dr. 4cyU 2-dr. heater,
Country Squire ., pass. V-l Super,SI sta., stlckshift Powerglide, F/L ,SOO 4-dr,
6 2 transR&H $1695 '60 FORD 795 On All heater standard wagon ,R&H with heater A Red & white V-* R&H
,170 cu. In. trans. PS PB A/C. gas saver hurry Corn.
engine cond. very good Station Wagon. New $895 $795 $495 $244 L95!
SALECS '61 CHRYSLER 1695 I
Buick Sedan. Air conditioned. and
sedan Special, Va 4-dr.engte. $1795 '62 CROWN IMPERIAL 2995 I
62 auto. trans, R&H, 1 1961 1952 1949
S MW wsw tires", Air conditioned. Uud d ii
54A Falcon I Isrey
very clean. '59 PLYMOUTH $695Station JIlL ;. -f.., Ford Stude.
441' heater fc
Ca It .
Wagon. = .. Fordomatlc.Gainesville's tan pckup. 1! ton pickup.

L P 64 tar.Rambler Sedan.f tyU. $1895 '60 DODGE $895 $94& whit 5 $845 $845 $115 $145

heater standard, 5,009 trans Hardtop Sodon. Air conditional
actual miles. '59 CHRYSLER 1095
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Hardtop Coup* Alr.condirioiMd.
Ford 1954 1961 1955
Calaxla foe Fastback '58 PONTIAC $395 Chev. Buick
Falcon
6 trans.,V-t R&.H standar beau.tihd 2545 Largest Selectionof a tori pckup Ranchero SuPer 4dr,
turquoise fftooIsh \ heater Ilk I pick WEEKEND
with black. 58 HILLMAN $295 MW. up new paint SPECIAL
leather Interior.MANY A-1 Used Cars! $1645 $895 $89
RI I I '
MORE TO 64 PONTIAC 2595
Catalina.
: '61 RAMBLER 1095 SHAW fit
AANL CHOOSE FROMSEE Station Wagon. Phone FR 65371If

ONE OF THESE SALESMENFOR BEIi CCTCp 238 University Avenue

THE BEST DEAL!
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automatic.2 55 door,OLDS hardtop, radio & heater, J195 $68

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'60 CHEV. $$995 $6681 # t=RI. SAT.- SUN.

4 door tadon,V-3,55. ; :

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62 VOLVO $1595 1368 .
2 door 4.,.td tram.,radio. THE GREATEST USED CAR SALE OF THE YEAR '

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'63 CHEV. $1995 1568

4 door, .'.Clr"',V-8,automatic.
I 75 USED CARS :

'64 CHEVY II 52895 $25681268 It

4 door,V-8,automatic.! I


'58 PONTIAC' 795 54681 ib :.

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4 door,hardtop,all power. .

'60 BUICKWoe $ .

**,air,automotk. $1495 : '
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'60 CADILLAC $2395 $1068

All air .
power cond. 2 dr.coup' : PRICESLOOK

'61 CADILLAC I $2695 $2568

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Convertible all powor.

AT THESE WHOLESALE PRICESSALE
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60 'YOLKS.

Clean,with!!di.. $1095 $968 STARTS AT 9 A.M. DAILY SUN. AT NOON OPEN EVENINGS DURING THIS SALE 'TIL 9 P.M.

WAS IS WAS IS WAS IS

-'61 BUICK $1795 -1568 1964 TR-4 Heater.TRIUMPH Wire Wheels', $2895 $2667 1953 heater.Alpine SUNBEAM Radio $2295 $1997 1961 heater Alpine SUNBEAM hardtop overdrive., radio $1.595 $1347

All power ol, coitd., clean. 1964 MUSTANGConvertible. 1963 VOLVO
,Rill PS $$3847 3495 P1800 Electric, over. 3395 2996 1961 CORVAIRMonza.. ,
PB. AT. VI AC. drive. Air. 2-door sedan 1395 1162
R&H AT.
'63 CHEV. $2495 2168 1964 FORD4dr... air PS. 1'8. AT 3095 2887 1963 VALIANTV200.. .- oor sedan, 1995 1786 1961 COMET
R&H.
2-door.. hardtop V-8. automatic AT R&H. heater.4-door. radio 1295 1042
PS, radio heater clean. 1964 HILLMANSuper 1963 TR4
I p Minx AT R&H, 1995 1688 Roadster R&H 2495 2347 1961 MERCURYStation
White wells. wagon, 4-door,
1795
'63 FORD 2168 1964 English CONSUL Ford, J- I $2495 R&H. heater. 2195 1974 1961 DODGE, Lancer2door
Cream puff, V-8, automatic radio 1963 M G R&H. hardtop. AT 1295 1122
Cr heater. Midget. Radio. 1895 1678 1963 VOLVO,
3195 2828
I heater. PI800 radio 1961 ENG. FORD
'60 CORY AIR 1963 MERCURY4dr.. sedan R&H AT. 2695 2343 1962 TR4 heater. 2-door sedan. 695 566
668 Roadster
$795 PSt PB. R&H Wire 2195 2043 1961 VOLKSWAGENSedan.
Wheels electric 0-D. .
500 4 door. 3$. 1963. OLDSMOBILE 1295 1115
Super .M.Loaded. 3295 3074 1962 TR4 Radio heater.
Roadster R&H Wire 2145 1996 1961 SIMCA
Wheels.
'60 DODGETop 668 1963 2 PONTIAC-door, hardtop. 2995 2787 1962 PORSCHESuper door Sedan. 695 518
$895 loaded. 3495 3127
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coupe 75
1961 DKW
,
condition < cyl. .utom.tic.reelia 1963 VALIANT R&H tinted windshield. .
6r heater. 4-door V100.. R&H 1645 1446 1962 BUICK, 2 sedan.door 695 518
ST. 4-door 2695 2386

; 1963 Station FORD\ Wagon,air. 4-dr. 2495 2192 1962 Loaded.BUICK 1961 RAMBLER2door... radio.tlllt.r. 995 747
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I 1/I TRUCKS I 1963 R&H CHRYSLER AT. 300 door Loaded.hardtop. 2695 2386 1960 VAUXHALL4door

AT.2-door R&H PS..PB, 2995 2747 1962 Electra Loaded.BUICK convertible. 2995 2791 Sedan. 695 518
1963 OLDSMOBILE! 1960 CHEVROLET
I F-15. Jet Fire. Leaded 2895 2747 1962 FORD 4-doer sedan.
I '62 SCOUT 2-door. hardtop. Convertible. 2295 2062 R&H AT. 1195 1042
f $1075 $168 1953 CHEVROLET2door Loaded.
1960 VOLKSWAGENConvertible.
hardtop AT 1962 PLYMOUTH .
2695 2466
The perfect hunting truck. R&H PS PB. Belvedere 4-dr. sedan. 1595 1392 RLH. 1195 1074
1963 FIAT PS R&H.
1100 Sedan. 4-door 1395 1119 1952 FAIRLANE 1950 CADILLAC4door
63 FORD RLH. 500. 4-door 1695 1456 Loaded.sedan. 2495 2292
$1595 51268 sedan.
1963 CHEVROLET4door.
ICOftOII.... IIrc.' truck. hardtop. PS,PB 2595 2334 1962 FORD 1960 VOLVO2door
R&H AT. Galtxie, 500.4oor 1895 1667 tedin. 1195 996
1963 M G sedan PS R&H. Air.

'55 CHEV. $495 $368I 1963 1100 R&H.RENAULT Sedan 1 door 1695 1557 1962 PS.CHRYSLER2door sedan. RfcH, AT 1695 1496 1959 Radio Heater.TR-3" 1195 914

Si ton.food shape. 1962 RAMBLER 1959 RENAULT
w R-l. R&H.
1495 1313
4-door sedan. Station wagon. ST. Air. 1495 1393 4-door. Radio .595 419
R&H.
I heater.
'58 INT'L :51681 1963 CHEVROLETImpala station\ wagon. '3095 2884 1962 RAMBLER 1495 1377 1958 EDSEL2door,
2Vi tan, cab tr chassis, long $1075 Loaded. Station R&H. wagon. AT hartftoo. 695 474
, wheel base. i 1963 PLYMOUTHI
1962 PONTIAC2door
1957 FORD2door
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3S1 Sport Engine.Fury. 2-dr.AT.hrdtp.P5.1-I! 2695 2474 Loaded.hardtop 2595 2387 sedan. 495 389

I I 'Vi 62 ton,CHEV.good condition. $1395 1168 I 1963 MO-D.sedan.FIAT 2-door 995 867 1962 heater.COMET2door sedan, radio 1345 I.1223 1956 HOO.sedan.R&H.MERCEDES 4-door I 1195 I 994


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