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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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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Cyprus (AP) or take over Tuomioja's work
Pre-planning for new teachers began in Alachua County schools this morning. This group at Idylwild Elemen (AP) Ma- Buoyed by a pledge of Soviet himself. The Finnish diplomathad
I tary School were briefed by Principal Jim Talbot. They are (from left) Mrs. Tonya Rone, sixth grade; Mrs. Janet jority Leader Mike Mansfield support, Greek Cypriots are hoped to win acceptance of
f. Head, third grade and Miss Sandra Mathison, first grade. Tomorrow the main body of Alachua County's 766 teach called Democratic senators into urging President Makarios to go a compromise proposed by

.\ ers report to their schools. School starts September 1. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) conference today to announce to Moscow and negotiate an former U.S. Secretary of State

ti abandonment of hope for a arms deal with the Russians. Dean Acheson President John

Bryant Fills HOFFA GETS 5 YEARS session windup before of the 1964 next Congress week'sDemocratic Greek Cypriots of every politi- son's special Cyprus envoy.

National Conven cal shade jubilantly greeted the (See CYPRUS on Page 2))

Soviet Union's offer to help if
Road Board l RELATED STORY J
tion.Mansfield is invaded
and
I CHICAGO (AP) Teamsters fraud in obtaining large loans "Not at all, your honor. The told reporters; in Cyprus Premier Soviet y
President James R. Hoffa was from the union's multimillion- record speaks for itself." advance of the meeting he Khrushchev's warningto

VacancyTALLAHASSEE sentenced'today to five years in dollar pension fund. Walsh then asked the judgeto would alert his colleagues that Turkey that an attack on Cyprus -

prison to be served after an Before Judge Richard B. Aus- consider Hoffa's service to the Senate would reconvene might boomerang.The MediatorUndergoes

(AP) Gov. eight-year term given him in tin sentenced Hoffa he asked: labor to"communities and the Aug. 31, after recessing for the right-wing weekly Ethniki
Farris Bryant said today he Chattanooga Tenn. "Has the defendant anything to citizenry and that he was under convention and that it then hailed the weekend develop-
would appoint F. M. Turner of The Chicago sentence, four say?" sentence in Chattanooga in would "remain in session until ments as "a great turning
I Pensacola to replace William concurrent five-year terms, anda Hoffa, standing next to his at- another case brought by the fed- we finish what we have to do." point" for the Greek Cypriot

Mayo of Tallahassee as a member $10,000 fine was assessed for torney, Maurice Walsh, replied: (See HOFFA on Page 2)) He said that could mean that cause. It even suggested that
o Makarios, a Greek Orthodox SurgeryGENEVA
of the State Road Board. the session would last "well
into September, and if it's nec- archbishop, bring Communistsinto
former The governor road said board Turner memberand wasa Racial Rioting Breaks Out essary to go into October we'lldo his cabinet to show his (AP) The condI-
it." gratitude. Other editorials tion of U.N. Cyprus mediator
would be able to move intoMayq's Mansfield said the filibuster called upon Makarios to fly immediately Sakari S. Tuomioja suddenly
vacated and function
post worsened and he underwent

,effectively. In Illinois 50 Persons HurtAt Senate fight being liberals waged against by a group a move of There has to been Moscow.no official response emergency surgery for a blood
Turner is of the
president
; by Senate Republican Leader to the Soviet. One report clot on the brain early tctlay.
First Bank and Trust Co. of
Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois to said Foreign Minister Spyros A United Nations commu

s take Pensacola.the road Bryant board said job he Sept.would 1. DIXMOOR, Ill (AP) One class neighborhood lined the least 39 persons required delay court-ordered reapportionment Kyprianou would leave for Mos- nique on the said 52-year-old Finnish
diplomat
:
thousand angry Negroes rioted streets and jeered: "Gestapo. hospital care and four of them of state legislatureshas cow Friday to begin talks on
Bryant recently named Mayo for five hours eliminated the last of aid. "The condition of Mr. Tuom-
Sunday night and Gestapo. But no violence oc were hospitalized in good condi- hope military
the state Public Utilities Commission had deteriorated the
ioja in
\ early today before 200 shotgun curred. adjourning Congress by Satur- The U.N. peace effort sufferedan
filling the created tion.Seven course of the night. A surgical
vacancy carrying police restored orderto The only looting was in a of the injured were under unexpected setback when
day.Earlier has been
by the death of Wilbur operation performedthis
this predominantly Negro liquor store where the riotingwas 10 years old, including a 7- Mansfield had spokenof Finnish mediator Sakari S. Tu-
King who was killed in a car morning by Prof. Aloys
wreck. suburb south of Chicago.. touched off. Rioters also set week-old infant. a "long shot chance" that omioja suffered a mild stroke in Werner. The doctors are very

More than 50 persons-most' fire to an abandoned building., (See RIOTS on Page 2)Barry's ) something might be worked out, Geneva Sunday a few hours before reluctant to make a prognosis."
In-a news conference Bryant of them white were injured but he eliminated this hope in his departure for another
taken the
Tuomioja was to
fielded a number of questions when stoned their his later statement. round
Negroes of talks in Athens Ankara -
about his meeting with four other } hospital early Sunday with what
autos. Twenty five Negroeswere and Nicosia.
Congressional leaders still are
southern governors in New 'Modified'Stand was described as a light cerebral
arrested after the first racial seeking a solution to the dead There was speculation that stroke. His physician Dr.
Orleans Friday.
outbreak this summer in lock over Dirksen's apportion- U.N. U Thant
L< Bryant said "no common ac- Secretary-General Edouard Loizeau said SundaySee
tions were decided upon" at the the Chicago area. m e n t-delaying proposal and would appoint a new mediator ( UN on Page 2))
Two persons were shot. Police Praisedname Dirksen says he intends to geta
meeting. He said it was a
said hit in the vote on it matter how longit
no
one was a Negro
"friendly meeting" but that the
five governors had separate arm by a civilian sniper and the takes. Sen. Paul H. Douglas, S. Viet Nam Chief

viewpoints on each matter dis other was a white man who WASHINGTON (AP) Senate .- name in nomination at the San D-Ill., oneof the opponents
says the fight will last "untilwe
accidentally wounded himself in
cussed.
Republican Leader Everett Francisco convention despite "
win.
Bryant would not discuss the the hand. M. Dirksen of Illinois said todayhe their differences over civil
nature of the matters discussedby Hundreds of police cordonedoff believes Barry Goldwaterhas rights legislation said reaction Dirksen is seeking a two-year Tightens His GripSAIGON

the Southern, governors despite the area and used police put his presidential cam- from across the country indicates delay to permit Congress and
questions by dogs to hold off crowds of white the states to act on 'a constitu- -
repeated paign "on the main track" by the Arizonan satisfied
newsmen.He men. modifying his position on major most elements of the party with tional amendment that would South Viet Nam thorities. All military tasks will
said political matters were Then led by Sheriff Richard issues. the statements he 'made last undo the Supreme Court's ruling (AP-With his grip on the gov- depend on the requirements of

discussed, however, but did not Ogilvie of Cook County, 40 policemen Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., week at a GOP leadership con- that districts for both houses of ernment tightened by his elec- the situation."
disclose their nature. It was walking with rifles and agreed that Sen. Goldwater ference in Hershey, Pa. state legislatures must be "sub- tion to the presidency, Maj. Police patrolled Saigon in unusually -

previously suggested that the six squad cars of police restored "has given himself a much bet- "Sen. Goldwater has bettered stantially equal" in population. Gen. Nguyen Khanh plans to large numbers Sunday
settled rural districtsnow
governors were meeting to plan order by,moving into the heartof ter billing for the campaign." his.chances for election," Dirk- Sparsely appoint a war cabinet to con- night, particularly near Minn's
their strategy fot.the Democratic the riot area. sen said. control many legislatures. centrate on the campaign home. However, the capital was
But Javits said in a separate
National Convention which Sens. Jacob K. Javits R-N.Y., the calm.
Before police moved in, Og- interview Goldwater "now has Democratic big led against Communists.
starts Aug. 24 in ,Atlantic City, guns, by and Eugene J. McCarthy, D-
ilvie instructed them: "If any- to travel the route" to show that President Johnson fired blastsat Minn., suggested as a com- Khanh stepped up from pre-

N.J.Bryant did not confirm this one shoots, we're shooting he really means to reject ex the Republican candidateover promise that the proposal be mier after South Viet Nam's 62- Bobby Still
discussion subject. back." tremism push civil rights and the weekend. limited to a resolution statingthe man military junta approved a

Bryant, back from a visit of Earlier the crackle of small work for world peace. Johnson told a news confer- "sense of the Congress" that new constitution Sunday creat-

nearly a week at the Florida arms had been heard in the Speaking for the small bandof ence Saturday that Goldwaterhas courts permit a reasonable time ing a presidential system with Not SayingNEW

Fair exhibit in New York, said area. Republicans who still have done "a disservice to our for reapportionment.Dirksen near-dictatorial power for the
the display was the "greatest But the squad maneuveredacross not agreed to campaign for the national security. A disserviceto brushed this aside as president in an emergency.The YORK (AP-Atty.) Gen. r

promotional tool that Floridahas the riot scene without national ticket, Javits said: peace, and for that matter, a meaningless because it wouldbe junta placed only one restraint Robert F. Kennedy conferredfor
ever had." further shooting from either "We are going to stay where we disservice to the entire free advisory rather than manda on Khanh. It insisted on almost an hour with Mayor

The exhibit is continuing to side. n are while we observe how he world" by saying the President tory. a constitutional provision requiring Robert F. Wagner today but
make money, but there Is still "It was tense, real tense," travels the route. We welcomethe seemed to authorize the use of The debate is holding up final the president to consult announced no decision about I

the problem as to how to spend said Lt Mervin Horsmann of changes in words and,inten- nuclear weapons in his orders action on the $3. -billion foreignaid with the junta the Military entering the race for the U.S.
the money. the sheriff's police. tions. Now let's see about the for retaliation against North authorization and has Revolutionary Council before Senate from New York.

The governor said the money Horsmann said Negroes in performance." Viet Nam. jammed other important bills issuing decrees. He left for Washington sayinghe i
C (See BRYANT on Page 2) what he' termed the middle Dirksen, who put Goldwater's (See GOP on Page 2)) (See ADJOURN on Page 2)) Asked if he intended to take did not know when he would

I the role of military dictator, make known his plans. _
Khanh replied: "For six monthsI The attorney general said last
> have been head of a totalitar- week that he would not seek the '

AUGUST, ian regime without being totali- Democratic nomination here )

The Battle of GainesvilleBy tarian. I can head a dictatorial without the open approval of \ I Iwhat

1864- regime without being a dictator Wagner."I .
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Government sources said I've said before," Kennedy ;;
Khanh probably will name cabinet remarked as he left the con
41,i PHIL CONSTANS JR. Dickinson then began to move toward turning both of the Union ference.
members within a week.A .
fi (conclusion of three-part series) flanks. Somehow Harris got the impression that he was being ranking minister commented Asked specifically when 'he 4
TODAY-The t Battle Upon receiving the word of a Confederate force to his rear, surrounded. He sent the 4th Massachusetts to 'the rear (north) of : "It will be like reshuffling a would announce his decision, he
Colonel A. L. Harris turned his command to face it and with the town to protect that quarter. In an effort to keep his flanks from replied, "I don't know."
deck of cards but all the cards ,
j 75th Ohio formed a line of battle along the railroad's grade that being turned he moved troops of the 75th to the right and left will remain in, the deck."
ran east and west at the south end of town. flanks thereby weakening his center.
Editor's Note: Phil Con- After the command had been faced about, the right flank of the Dickinson's troops kept turning the flanks of Harris. On the Khanh replaced Maj. Gen. Keating PlansAnnouncement-
stars Jr. cow principal of Duong Van Minh who held the
marching column became the left (east) flank of the.line of, battle Confederate right flank, the mounted platoon of Lieutenant Mc- ,
Cocoa Beach High School, at- and the left flank of the marching column became the. right (west) Eaddy was on the east edge of town and skirmishing with the 4th presidency as figurehead chiefof
tended public schools in flank of the line of battle. The actual disposition of the 75th Ohio Massachusetts along the banks of Sweetwater Branch where it is state. Although Minh remainsas

Gainesville and the University is not known. crossed by Liberty Street On the Confederate left Captain Boa an adviser to the govern- WASHINGTON (AP) Sen;
of Florida. He was an assist- The line of battle ran along the grade of the. railroad. The right had worked around to the west edge of town and was skirmishingwith ment, the shakeup removed the Kenneth B. Keating R-N.Y.,
ant:coach at GUS while work- (west) flank of the line rested on the edge of a swamp at the Union troops in the area of Patterson's Foundry between Lib- popular general from the centerof will announce Tuesday his can-

jug on a, master's degree at south end of Pleasant Street; the center of the line was at the erty and Masonic Streets. power. didacy re-election, a usual-
,the University and then became railroad depot, located at the south end of University Street, and (Liberty Street ran east and west through Gainesville and now Minh, a key figure in the ly reliable Republican source
i principal of Uve Oak the left. (east) flank was anchored in the swamp on the edge of is known as University Avenue. Masonic Street now is S.W. 2nd overthrow of the Ngo Dinh said today.
High School. He returned to Sweetwater Branch, a small creek that ran north and south along Avenue). Diem regime last November,
Gainesville as principal of the eastern edge of the town of Gainesville. After about two hours of constant fighting, Harris' line of defense -' lost control of the military juntain

Kirby-Smith Elementary (Pleasant Street now is S.W. 2nd Street University Street now collapsed and the Union troops began a retreat that quickly Khanh's coup d'etat Jan. 30
School and. served as president is S.E., 2nd Street, Sweetwater Branch runs west of Kirby-Smith turned into a rout. The withdrawal of the Federal troops was in but retained his titular office. WHERE TO

of the Florida Education Elementary School between the City Library and the American a northerly direction through Gainesville to what was thought to Some observers suggested that
.Association at that time. Two Legion Home, and is crossed by the railroad just east of S. E. be the Waldo Road. Minh may have incurred FINDIT
years ago, after completing 4th Street The railroad (now Seaboard Air Line) depot was locatedat The road that the Union troops took however turned out to be Khanh's disfavor by showing
work. on his doctorate at the the south end of S. E. 2nd Street) the one that led northwest toward New ansvme.' sympathy to the French proposal Comics . .. 12

.University, ,he became jtrincipal The howitzer was placed near University Street in the center- During all the Union retreat through Gainesville the Confederate for the neutralization of Viet Classified . 12-14
.. I.at Cocoa,Beach. He is the .. rear of the line. The 4th Massachusetts was held in reserve and troops were hard on their heels killing, wounding and cap- Nam. Entertainment . 11
l : :lOn of.-Dr and Mrs-'H. P. Company I of the 75th Ohio was mounted and sent to the northern turing their enemy. They continued their pursuit of the remnantsof As for the possibility of a Obituaries .' . 2
Constans,1011 N.W. 20th Tcrrace. part of town. the Union force out along the Newnansville Road.. When Colonel more active U..S role in South Opinion Page . 4

.- ,Harris had not fully completed this disposition when the DickInson Harris realized that be was on the wrong road, he overtook Captain Viet Nam, Khanh said, "Every Sports . ., 9, 10Women's

.. ... 's troops hit his positkau-Somehow he managed to repulse Morton and,what was left of,the 4th Massachusetts. thing we do is done in close cooperation . .. 6 ,I
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'" LAKE BUTLER A Kansas z\ Accidents'I'I'I'I into a tight corner as time Rep. Howard W. Smith; D- J
I :. NEW YORK (AP) The city staged a protest parade and City, Mo., man is being held in tONES I grows short. Va.,'committee"chairman, has a

... had a noisy weekend of unrelat. hunger strike against Turkish county jail here, on charges B, C, D, E Partly cloudy Even if Congress can't ad- solid majority of the members I
I ed demonstrations some military activities in Cyprus of armed of local At least 18 persons died in I
: robbery a through Tuesday with widely journ this week before takingoff behind him in opposing the
I i, peaceful some not plus several store windows service station Florida accidents during the
Broadway operator. I scattered afternoon showers. a1 w. & for the Democratic National court's reapportionment ruling. I
I I youthful rioting. and looting aft- were smashed and looted Union County Sheriff John I Low tonight in the 70s. High __ weekend including three in a Convention starting next Mon The committee already has voted I

: er a dance. by teen-agers; Harlem churches Whitehead said that Robert Tuesday 90 to 94. Variable \s' headon collision south of Tam- day, the leaders plan only one 10-4 to send to the'floor a bill '

SATURDAY: Police battled staged a peaceful l rally to repu- Rhiner, 27, is to be arraigned mostly southwest and south pa.A more week after the convention I that would strip the federal

demonstrators protesting U.S. diate racial violence. this afternoon and would also be winds 5 to 15 miles an hour. Florida mother and her to wind up affairs. That would'courts of jurisdiction over state
involvement in Viet Nam and The Viet Nam demonstrationflared charged with auto theft.
three children were killed in a take Congress up to Labor Day reapportionment.
there was a protest against alleged into a pitched battle with The sheriff said that Rhiner A -widely Partly scattered cloudy through mostly Tuesdaywith daytime traffic accident near the Ten- traditional starting time for McCormack is holding up the

police brutality in the police. Several of the 250 dem- had admitted taking about $54 thundershowers. Low tonight 72 to 78. nessee-Alabama state line. election campaigns. bill, and Smith is holding up any
Bronx. High Tuesday 87 to 92. Variable winds
onstrators were knocked to the at gunpoint from service station 5 to 15 miles per hour.F Killed in the accident near In the House, the reapportionment further hearings, of the Rules
SUNDAY: Greek-Americans ground to the cheers and operator Homer Hart Saturday H, I Partly cloudy through ..-
Committee. Unless the
Tuesday with widely scattered afternoon Tampa were Curtis C. Caswefl. fight has cost Speaker speaker
!. : taunts of spectators. Police arrested morning. High Tuesday showers. 90 Low to tonight 94. Variable in the,Winds 70S 40, of Orlando, Mrs. Minnie John W. McCormack D-Mass., wins the power struggle, several
40 persons, including four According to the sheriff, Rhiner 5 to 15 miles an hour. YtPw. Cobb, 33, and Debra Cobb, 7. the cooperation of the House bills will be finished.
just returned from G, J Mostly fair through Tues
an illegal walked up to Hart about 10:30(
day. Low tonight In the 70s. High both of Wimauma. Rules Committee which he vi-
-1 More trip to Cuba. Saturday morning and asked Tuesday 88 to 91 Southeasterly
About winds GAINESVILLE WEATHER
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8 to 15 miles an hour.K William Harris Powers prom tally needs to clear bills for f.
f The marchers, members of a him to fo out near the city K Fair through Tuesday except I inent Florida floor action.
news
a few isolated GAINESVILLE WEATHER: paperman
showers. Low tonight
self-described 2" dump to start his stalledcar.
help
"May movement
I 80. High Tuesday 88. drowned Saturday while swimming MedicarePro I
t L Riots named for the date it was Hart accompanied Rhinerto erwinds 8 to 15 miles an SoutleastMunicipal. Airport readings GuU.
in the of Mexico off
for
Formed tried to demonstrate in the city dump about two 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: More About
TEMPERATURES High 92 at 3 low 73 at Long Boat Key. He was 57.
:Times Square. Rallies have miles south of town. At the ELSEWHERE p.m., Con
High Low Pr ep. Irene Clark 2, drowned in a
been banned there since the lump, Rhiner held a .22 rifle on Jacksonville ,1 75 J7 4, 5, a.m. No rain. I ,
From 1 Miami bathtub of her home in Miami.
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spring of 1962 when 42 Hart and took all his .
persons money. Tampa HoffaFromPage
t7 7f.02 CEDAR KEY TIDES Mrs. Elizabeth Jarrett of lar- .
At the height of the rioting, were arrested while protestingthe Hart ran to a nearby house Atlanta New Orleans" 7 W* 76 69 .15 Tuesday-High at 9:44 a.m. Low at go and three of her children, Is Heard
police blockaded the six block late President John F. Kennedy's after Rhiner had left in Hart's Boston 7$ 3$ 4.03< a.m. and 5:23 p.m.
New York 80 62 ALMANACSunset Michael, 11, Pamela Ann, 8,
area where about 20 autos were decision to resume nuclear -truck and notified the sheriff. WashingtonChicago 89 64 .07 today............."" 4:53: p.m. Paula Jo, 5, were killed when 1 WASHINGTON (CAP) The
in the atmos- the sheriff 82 62 Sunrise tomorrow ........ t 07
stoned. Tear : testing About 15 minutes later a.m.
gas bombs were Kansas City rr 62 Moonrlse tomorrow .... .. 1:06 a.m their car collided with another Democratic platform committeegot
J used to break up the mobs. phere. [ had picked up Rhiner near Ft.Denver Worth 85 87 70 52 .01 The New Moon, .........,.. n.Saturday night. near Pulaski Tenn., Sunday. eral government. He asked that conflicting advice today on
planet Jupiter Is now well up
''I "There was terrific violence Police told the group they Providence, where he had stopped Los Seattle Angeles 80 it In the east at midnight. The cluster of Florida traffic accidents took "if sentence is meted out health care for the elderly from
I could rally at Hammarskjold to gas up the stolen truck. 75 57 dim stars to the left of Jupiter Is any the American Medical Association
in those streets Horsmann the Pleiades. I' the lives of: here" it be concurrent with the -
Plaza across from the United Whitehead said Rhiner had and the National Council of
:. said. "We expect it to con- Ernest Clements 47, of St Chattanooga sentencing.
I 1 I tinue." Nations seven blocks east. "ne traveled to the outskirts of Lake 5 Day Forecast I I Petersburg. Senior Citizens.Dr. .
Austin replied:
marchers reluctantly headed Butler in a truck he had stolen
Sheriff Ogilvie in of I and Wanda Wishork Edward R. Annis of Miami j.
charge Tresley
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east, but scuffles with police from Billy Jackson in Starke the "This court feels that the
I the policemen at the riot scene' broke out at three intersectionsand night before. The rifle Rhiner Temperatures will be the 70s. ,About an inch of rain a Seminole Indian couple, Satur- sound of the clang of a jailhouse past president of the AMA,

estimated 1,000 Negroes' 'toOk I' at: the Plaza. was' carrying was taken in a near normal. Normal highs are can be expected most places in day when their car plunged intoa door has a salutary effect -said in prepared testimony his

ypart. Ogilvie ordered heavy I Police described many cf the break in at Hrfdee.Brothers ,from 88 to 92,, normal lows in afternoon showers. canal east of Sunnyland.Mrs. on defendants and other profession "has steadfastly opposed -
I patrol in the neighborhood Mo ', i_ Kathleen McGeacy Brax- programs. .to provide
members of the citizens.
participants as" used car lot in Starke, Whitehead -
-prevent further rioting. j Progressive Labor. Movement said..llore. i ton, a school teacher from. Chip- Then he asked Hoffa whetherhe tax-paid hospitalization and related -

Police said the disturbance I the'Fair PJay.for Cuba Committee ley, Saturday in a collision near. had anything to say. benefits to the entire aged

"had been brewing1:.since' Satur-; _and: ,:other_organizations. Big Range Fires Graceville. Judge Austin denied all defense -population financial need without regard the to
-day night when a Negro woman About-25 members of the Con- About, Gary Eugene Slayton, an air- motions to set aside the through' social

..was accused oftying'to: steala gress of'Racial' Equality picketed man at Eglin Air Force Base, jury conviction and for a new security system/

: bottle of gin from the liquor a 'Bronx ,police station prO: GOP Saturday 20 miles east of Nice- trial. I Senate supportersof 'a social

-store. Negroes said the woman testing the"'shooting' of a Negro Fought in Nevada ville. Hoffa 51, was sentenced to security financed health care

I was beaten by the ,white store youth and a Puerto Rican youthby Lenorris Freeman, 18-months- ,eight years in a federal peni- plan are staging a last-minute

Downer in the quarreL a'white police officer. From Pane 1 old, struck by a car Saturday tentiary ,earlier this year .in fight for passage this.session..
-- -- ELKO Nev. (AP) Profes.mammoth at Riviera Beach. In the House the measure has
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Protesting Negroes demonstrated For' about five hours pickets 0'j''j f northeastern Nevada I Chattanooga for tampering witn
: Saturday night and re-- distributed; leaflets calling for By name Johnson accused :sional firefighters hoped to win range fires which scorched an Al James Little, of Middle-,a jury in Nashville. That penalty been blocked in the 'Ways and

turned Sunday night in greater the: suspension of the patrolman. both Goldwater and the GOP their battle today with four estimated 162,000 acres of burg, Saturday while walkingon ; is under appeal.He Means Committee.Dr. .

:force. "The civil rights leaders Police ,said the Puerto Rican vice presidential nominee, Rep. grassland and sagebrush.A State Road 21 south of his and six codefendants were Annis favored Jhe.ap

:lost control" said Horsmann, youth was involved in a stolencar William E. Miller of New York I home. convicted of conspiracy and proach adopted bjrthexisting::
who had been on duty in the incident and the Negro teenager of making loose charges. The IJIn The half dozen other major Alton Merrill Strickland of fraud by a U.S. District Court Kerr Mills law;under- which"

: area for two days. was fleeinp' from- the- scene- President said he had specified; blazes burned an additional 13- Summerfield, Saturday north of jury in Chicago July 26. states set up progr m.it11fed.!

,,:' Horsmann of a supermarket robbery. "conventional weapons only" in I 000 acres in northern and cen- Minneola on State Road 25. The prosecution charged Hof eral help for personsT.unable to
said at one time Neither youth was hurt serious- his orders. J, tral Nevada Saturday, 'and Sun- Garry West, 3, struck by a fa and his associates employed meet their own medical and
Sunday night civil rights lead- II car near his home on Key Bis- in obtaining .: = ,
day. Most misrepresentation bills.
1 : ers used police rophones ly.Near The Goldwater camp fired CapitolWASHINGTON were set when a se hospital
I purging the crowds to disperse. the United Nations Sun- back immediately with a state- ries of lightning-charged thun- cayne in Miami. Jacksonville a total of $25 million in loans John W. Edelman ,,:president
B. 61 of -
Jule Ware ,
day, 18 and from the $280-million Teamsters
young men derstorms
T "But (the crowds women ment that "now perhaps the crossed the state Sat of the National CoffriciT cT Senior
Jhey ) just tree
struck
many in the second day of a (AP) President -urday.A when his car a pension fund and received in Citizens said3aC2
President will attempt to explain ; .J>fefSired
T wanted violence he said. Mostof :
Friday -
Brooker
hunger strike led a parade of whether his advance Johnson has voiced the I two miles west of kickbacks a total of $1.7 mil- 'statement the resistance ofold.er .
the demonstrators
were 750 Greek-Americans protesting Communists hope all nations will join "to Boise Idaho pilot was night. people to accept what he
warning to the enabled lion.The
r youths in their teens he said. Turkish killed Sunday when his Johnnie Lee Paulk of Fort charged the
activities in
military government
them to alert the antiaircraft -place the peaceful realms of plane called a means,'test Is "a : for
The mob set fire to a vacant Cyprus. defense which shot down I space off-limits to the designs of crashed 20 miles north of Elko. Myers, Sunday in a collision at defendants set up the loan midable and unyielding 2s a

I newly constructed home in an About 3 a.m. Sunday, a dance in the I aggressors on earth." He was returning to Boise after Bradenton. scheme to bail out Hoffa's interest stone wall." -
; attempt, officials said, to lure broke up at the Palm Gardens two U.S. planes, resulting This hope, and the suggestion flying a group of firefighters to Frederick Lee Clark, 17, of in a housing project in
: police and fire officials into the on West 52nd Street and from death of one pilot" and the capture 'that it be accomplished through Elko seat of a vast cattle and Boca Grande, Saturday, when 'rlorida. "Pre-paid, paid.-up nonctncelable [ -

: area. Fire trucks called from 1,000 to 1,500 patrons emerged. of another. the United Nations, was contained sheep ranching area. Two Elko struck by lightning while: ridinga I Hoffa denied all charges. He hospital insurance, :Edel-
', neighboring communities were About "500 of the patrons, This was a reference to John in a statement I Sunday County ranchers were hospitalized motor scooter near the Port contended he was only one of the man said is the reformmost

among the first vehicles to be mostly teen-age Negroes, son's speech on the night ofAug. I announcing he was sending to I with .serious burns sufferedas Charlotte golf course. IS trustees of the pension fund. urgently needed in the field of
social
stoned. roamed Broadway, smashing 4 in which he announcedthe leaders of 1lO nations photographs I they tried to build a fire line The fundrincidentally: dd! not security. I

James Malnor, assistant fire several store windows and loot- U.S. retaliatory attack while : of the moon taken by I with a bulldozer. 1st Parachute lose any money on the loans. I

v chief of Dixmoor, said "I'll tell ing the window displays a few American planes were en route ,cameras of Ranger 7 before it : Hoffa could 'have received a Gainesville Sun :
blocks north of Times Square. to-the North Viet Nam bases. Clair Whitlock, Bureau of maximum term of 20 years in
I you they're like savages. Mal- I hit the moon July 31.
; nor was cut on the face by a Metal trash baskets were While the President was attacking Land Management district director Jump Is Fatal prison. The fine was $3,000 Under -' Published evenings except

: flying brick. .heaved through the windows. him Goldwater was ad- He said he was sending the said he hoped all four big the maximum. Saturday by ,the"ond::Gotnesving.-Sunday mornings publishing -

Police said the youths dropped dressing Republican state chair- !ictures in the name of the peo- fires could be controlled today. HIGGINSVILLE, Mo. (AP) Company o*-+G v+ SE
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p most of the items taken from men at a strategy session. Al- pIe of the United States as an "We feel we may be gettingon Wallace Dale Whitzel, 26, of 2nd, Place; GaTnesvlttej'FfOrld',.
I: More About the shops as officers arrived. though the meeting was closedit expression of the desire that human top of the situation. We feel Kansas City plunged to his Jackie Plans and entered as con3.T2ass
motter atthe' Post O+ '
Five youths were arrested,' was learned he said the knowledge be used for human we have adequate men and death Sunday on his first para Gainesville Florid : _=ee. c.

and the rest scattered One I Iyouth's American people are frightened betterment. equipment now to handle any chute jump. Return to U. S.

BryantFrom arm was almost severedby about dishonesty in high places.He thing that might happen unlesswe Don Cooper president of a CIRCULATJON1ATLCBYCARRIER' OR-MA1V-

broken glass. mentioned the Bobby Baker I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. get high winds or some unforeseen .skydiving club, and pilot of the PORTO ERCOLE, Italy (AP) 1 Weck.:1.

1 and Billie Sol Estes cases and John Sparkman, D-Ala, reports situations," Whitlock jump plane said Whitzel leapedat -Police sources said today that 3 Mot. $5.85All -.:.
j 1 Page that in 1952 Adlai E. Stevenson Mrs. John 'F. Kennedy plans to II
More AboutCyprus said the Republicans may put said.Four 2,700 feet and opened his par- rnoil subscription! $: jn.u. ,
rejected as "demagogic" a fly back to the United States be aid'in
advance.
book of Baker chute
out
; was being spent on operating a "Bobby hundred Indian firefighters -achute. The small pilot
suggestion that he promise to Thursday.Mrs. Member of Audit Bureau of
: costs. He said however, thaI nursery rhymes." goo from New Mexico were which pulls out the big one be- Circulation.All ? .
funds also were needed to pay "We're thinking of calliRg it Korea in the presidential flown by Air Force transport came entangled in his arm, Coo- Kennedy and her sister, material
contained hertla it
** the construction mortgage of the the butcher, the baker and the campaIgn. I planes to Elko Sunday night to per said, and Whitzel waited too Princess Lee Radziwill have the property of the Gainesville
T Sparkman, who was Stevenson's ,been staying at Princess Radziwill's Publishing Company. (c) J64
pavilion. From Page 1 stereo taker, he said. join 500 men already on the fire long to open his reserve chute. Reproduction In whole or In pan
:T "You can't defer operations; a Sen. J. W. Fulbright D-Ark., vice-presidential running lines. Several hundred men rented villa on the Argen-// is strictly forbidden without the t
mate that his footnote I t ario Peninsula since written permission of the publisher
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ridiculed in a Senate speech' year, gave fought blazes elsewhere in the f
you can defer debt retirement, Acheson. has been meeting Florida FirstWASHINGTON --
to history Sunday in a --
said. Saturday Goldwater's positionson state.
c Bryant separately with Greek and
recorded radio
program. He recalled -
The governor said he was. exploring Turkish representatives in Ge- several matters saying they that Gen. Dwight D. Roughly half the area burnedwas (AP) The AT CLARKE'SSuggest
the possibility .of having neva. His plan calls for Cyprus' could bring "risky" changes in Eisenhower promised 'I shall public domain managed by U.S. Agriculture Departmenthas -

various state agencieshelp defray -union with Greece and specialsafeguards'fortbeTurkish our national I life. go to Korea.' the Bureau of Land Management ranked Florida first in or-
the costs of the Cypriot Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D- top
operating and half private ranches. ange production among
exhibit. He said he niight ask minority, including a Turk Minn., told the California State The Alabaman went no further Nearly all was valuable grazing !farm producing states. I you try GOOD/VEAR

the state road board, the turn- ish military! ,base on_the! :island.: Democratic ,convention in with this but commented: land. _
pike authority and the hotel Tuomioja's illness comes as a Sacramento that Goldwater "By the way, I think it may bean I

and restaurant commission to particular blow because there "shoots from the lip." interesting point to note that There were no reports of major PROPANELP.45 THINK GOODYEARS COST MORE?

pay for fair personnel who workin were signs last week that Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy, D- this suggestion had been madeto damage to buildings or

promotional activities.The Greece and Turkey might ac Minn., said on the Metropolitan, Gov. Adlai Stevenson, that is, structures threatened exceptfor TRY THIS BIG BUYI!

governor said these and cept a solution along the Ache- Broadcasting Co. television pro- that he promise that he wouldgo a campground destroyed by '_ Famous NylonAllWeather

other state agencies' benefit son lines, although there has gram "Opinion in the Capitol"that to Korea and he said that it I a 6,000-acre fire in the Toiyabe' "
from the exhibit's operation and been no approval from the Ma- Goldwater's "approach is a was demagogic and he would National Forest 10 miles south' HOTTER THAN \c. 42"with

it might be wise to have them karios government. radical one in that it involves a not indulge in it." west of Austin in central Ne-, NATURAL GAS '1 TUFSYN

pay for some of the pavilion's The Kremlin's stand is likelyto rather violent departure from Eisenhower defeated Stevenson vada. That fire which the For- Cook Cr Heat Water t' ,: 3.T Nylon cord givas this tire

expenses. make the Greek Cypriotseven the traditional approach to politics in 1952 and again in 1956. est Service said was man- fretr strength than other cono
.
Low Cost my-line tire And Tultyn i> the
more intractable. The Soviet at the presidential level." caused was contained Sundayand rubber
The governor said the Florida toughest Goodyear ha. ever
i .exhibit was costing about $70-I statement offered to begin House Speaker John W. Mc- WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. expected to be controlled FR 6-5110 used in auto fueL

::000 a month to operate. aid talks immediately. Cormack, D-Mass., predicted on William E. Miller will launchhis today. I NOW
ABC's "Issues and Answers"hat I Republican vice-presidential <70 x IS Black
His office is working on ways More About t Goldwater will not carry campaign Sept. 5 in his JUST $895 TubeTypend
Ito reduce the monthly costs to acceptable
home-I Whltwalls only S2.00 snore
town of Lockport, N.Y.,
nore than eight states. TfidtlnAH
-about $50,000 he said.
Duringthe I
an assist from his
: winter months the exhibit UN Sen. Warren G. Magnuson, D- Gold-,: THE
running mate, Sen. Barry
Vash. said the CBS
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on
rwill cost about $2C,000 to $25,- program water. I "
i-000 'Face the Nation" that Republi- Weather 42"
t a month despite the fact The Republican National': _
:that it will be closed. From Page 1 cans are going to make "the WHITEW ALLS
Committee announcing the i
:rea test retreat since Waterloo"rom _
campaign date today said it,i NEW1iL.
night Tuomioja's condition was : public positions Goldwater will be "Bill Miller Day" in the I II
las taken on numerous issues.In I [nil
"delicate" but not serious.
@bitttaritDONALD! western New York town where I 6.10 x U
Informed sources said U.N. Miami Sunday night for- Miller was born and later practiced -, Tube Type _ _
Vice M. Plus Tu S.Recappable. J
Secretary-General Thant I ner President Richard
now law. |I $11notacuptabie _
:t: LAIRD r fixon
has no alternative but to namea said he doesn't think Tire
f Miller is scheduled deliver !
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Word has been received in successor to Tuomioja in the J Fohnson would accuse Goldwar -a major speech, and Goldwater .NIW .
=Gainesville of the death of Don- negotiations for a Cyprus com t, of political inconsistencies. will appear on the program with j I I I

raId Clifton Laird, Lakeland at- promise.The "It would be like the pot call- him, the committee announce- BANK -- : \

Forney who formerly lived in sources said Tuomioja's i:ng the kettle black" said the meat said. t 7.50 x 14. ,

TAlachua County. work would be taken over proI tepublicans' 1960 presidential The Miller kickoff will follow I\ -_ _-F ll or6.7OxlS f.

w He was the father of Dan I visionally by Gala Plaza Lasso c andidate. by two days Goldwater's formal :, Tubeless Plus Tat & __ ____ __ -

*Laird, minister of youth at the of Ecuador, U. Thant's special Few men in political historyver campaign launching at Prescott -I [ PARKINin Tire.Recappable Add 14

-First Baptist Church in Gaines- representative in Cyprus. There e: have done as much "fliplopping" Ariz. Miller will take part} S2 if Trcde-in ,

:ville.It was a possibility that Plaza r in their positions as I in that rally, the announcement i not acceptable

Funeral services will be at Lasso might be formally appointed las Johnson Nixon said. I said. j I..

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rJ. ; The Battle "of Gainesville :of of and the the the isolate battle Confederacy.course Florida was of of the from little So Civl in the signifi-terms War rest, New By-Pass- for Capital- I 1 f$: 5 I


cance. WASHINGTON (AP) A new] inspired traffic and complicated known as the outer loop. ;
I: (T (Continued From, Page 1)Thls ) Magnolia, where he arrived ont do, turned east and crossed the I Cot: A. L. 'Harris..: But to the families of the 28 65-mile beltway encircling the I by circles and parks has been Still to come is an inner loopof t
:-party, 'accompanied by e morning of August 18, 1864. Florida Rail Road north of Wal- One could hardly, contend that Union and 2 Confederate soldiers nation's capital is opened to germinating for more than 36 throughways piercing the
II y 1 :-p1t .:op a.' piece ,of artillery, left The "strong force" turned out do, and, traveling through the :this battle had a major- influ- who died there the battleof traffic today. ,years. heart of the capital. This is '
i the,,Newnansville Road and de- to be a scouting"party of four woods, reached Magnolia at 11 I ence on the course of the war. Gainesville was of great significance '
The $189-million planned as a complex of de-
high-speed officials of
As far back 1928
as
-4oured in- direction led J. S. Poer. 'a.m. on August 18,1864. So end It was no Antietam or Gettysburg I \
an. easterly men, by Sgt.
the traffic clot and pressed roadways, including a
artery by-passes the National Capital Park ..
I *.until they struck the W a I do These men of Company H, 2nd ed the Federal raid through the no Vicksburg or Atlanta To the 188 Union soldiers who of the inner city and cuts Commission asked tunnel under the Lincoln Memorial ,I
.Road. Harris' party turned Florida Cavalry, had been mid counties of Florida. no Chancellorsville or Second were captured there and trans- through the slugglish crawl of Planning for by-pass around another at the foot of the
,.1 north on this road, but were scouting the Colonel Noble's I The battle resulted in a complete Mannassas. ferred to Andersonville Prison, ; Congress a and a network of
again overtaken by Dickb n'sl movements. On their return to and decisive victory for I It was a small battle of little this was the most significant I the urban sprawl. the district, whose highwayseven ,Capitol rampson
..men.and in this encounter the' Camp Baker, they had heard the I.the Confederate forces in consequence to the course of the battle of the Civil War. It is designed as a boon to distance then were considered the Washington side of the
Confederate troops came away,artillery in Gainesville and Gainesville. The loss to the war. At most, no more than 700 To the Confederate troops of travelers seeking to avoid I crowded. Congress failed to approve -new Theodore Roosevelt Bridge
involved in the who tasted involvement in the the plan, but the idea did II that spans the Potomac River to ...
with the Union cannon. started in that direction. They Union forces was 221 men kill- men were fight Capt. J. J. Dickison, metropolitan,
Harris continued his flight un- entered Gainesville with their ed, wounded or missing. The ing that took place. Although the the sweet nectar of victol1this morass.It not die. Virginia.
f til-he was confronted with what captives in tow. Confederate loss was two killed Union force in the battle was battle was of genuine signifi brings into closer relation- Actually, the gigantic under-I
he 'described as "a strong The escape party under Lt. and four wounded.It destroyed, its destruction did; not cance. ship the business and social in- taking was beyond the reach of Beatles Leave ,
force" in front. About thirty of Col. Benjamin Morgan secondin resulted in the,Confederate spell the end of Union hopesfor To the citizens of Gaines-: terests of the capital's satellite neighboring Maryland and Vir-I II
" his party were captured by this command of the 75th Ohio, recapture of the contrabands, victory. ville, who walked the streets of communities.It ginia until,passage of the federal LONDON (AP-The Beatles
"strong force" while Harris continued on, the Newnansville wagons, horses, and mules that While it is true that this vic- the town then, and the citizens already has generated Highway Act of 1956 which leave Tuesday for their second
woods detachment had been taken the earlier tory kept available to the Con- who walk the streets of the city
led some 40 men into the Road, only to run into a on shopping centers and service establishments -allowed the federal governmentto American tour. Their previous I
for""a fast retreat in an easterly of Florida Militia cavalry part of the raid. It resulted in federate troops in the field the now, the battle was significant.For : and enhanced 90 cent of.the cost of
direction. About fifteen miles under the command of a I the Union troops of Florida agriculture produce of the mid-, men fought, bled, and died pay per American visit was last Febru r.
M from Gainesville, Harris struck Captain William, who captured ceasing their raids west of the counties of Florida, it was a for the things that they be- property values along its route. interstate.highway projects. ;ary. I
the Bellany",Road, followed it to 24 of them. I St. Johns River, and it resultedin short lived victory. Within a lieved on the streets of The dream of a fast and com- Removal of barricades on the
i( the east until night, rested three The remaining Federal troops commendation for Capt. J. J. few months, General Sherman t Gainesville, Florida and that fortable passage around Wash- last portion of the Maryland.1 i They open their tour in San
.I I\1 r four hours and continued to headed north until west of Wal- Dickison and condemnation for would cut his way to Savannah I never is insignificant. ington beset by government- section today com ;Iet's wlw': : t:..[FranciwoWednsday.!; I-

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iaimsuil1e in OF Washington Bureau VIEWPOINT 'j 1 ; I

PARTY'S PARTY: Mrs. Perle Mesta, who used to be call-
: ed Two Party Perle before she gave up the GOP to concen- Might Teddy"
THESOUTH trate on Harry Truman's party, may turn out to be the only
item of real interest at the Democratic National Convention.
She's hired a house at Ventnor, N., J., seven miles from the
JOHN R. HARRISON President and
Publisher+ ; PAT COWLES, Vice President Atlantic City Boardwalk, and will give five big dinners Aside? J JBy
Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON Viet President there, plus a supper dance in Atlantic City, to try to shoot Step
r I and Executive Editor W. G. (BUI) some zing into the proceedings. She's invited 200 to each of n kU
I University City a if' ? EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertising By RALPH McGILL the dinners, and 700 "intimate friends" to the dance.
Director BOB TARTAGUONE LAWRENCE
DAVID I
Pulitzer Frau Winning PublisherOf I
Vice President and Circulation Manager. the AtUaU. (Ga.) ConiUUlUaCrime .
COVER ALL EXITS: For your information as a prospec- WASHINGTON Maybe Bobby Kennedy will not nave to
THE SUN'S POLICY tive tourist, there seems to be no "best" place for encountering worry too much about whether he can run in New York State

1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. President Johnson around the White House. He's likelyto for a seat in the United States Senate, even if Mayor Robert
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in--editorials. pop up anywhere. For a couple of weeks the gate in the Wagner withholds his support at the New York State Con-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. back yard between the White House and the Treasury was vention next month. For the Attorney General could run in

The Sun's All the likeliest spot, but a few days later the President escortedone Massachusetts if he so desired. This is because his brother,
372-8441
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the and Ted Kennedy, who is recuperating from a plane accident -
group from that gate, through yard out the opposite Senator
Want Ads.3764672Bradford's Slums And gate and brought another group back. Two days might be willing to step aside for him.

later he went tourist hunting in Lafayette Park, across from The UPI on Tuesday of last week in a dispatch from Bos-
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the front of the White House. And a few days ago seeing a
on the March crowd there while he was driving out to dinner, he had his ton, said:

YouthCrime driver swing over and drive along that side of the street so "Asked whether his brother's condition would have any bear-
claim he could wave at them. his political plans, Robert Kennedy said: 'I think it
11 Bradford County has made good erly can the title of "the ing on
will be clarified when they (the hospital physicians) put out
progress during recent years, but Crossroads of North Florida. and Delinquency a "
REAL ESTATE NOTE: Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy has put their announcement.
there are signs now that our neigh- publication of the National
her Georgetown house on the ,market, now that she has
bor to the north soon will step up So much for the past, although Council on these problems, moved to New York. Asking price for the 170-year-old houseis A SUBSEQUENT dispatch on Thursday quoted Dr. HerbertT.

r the pace. much more could be said. has in its July issue a timely $265,000 which is $90,000 more than she paid for it last Adams, surgeon-in-chief of the New England Baptist Hos-
article on delinquency prevention winter. It's been painted since then. pital, as saying that he expected Senator Kennedy to re-
in the neighborhood.The in the hospital, continuously in the rigid "foster frame"in
.main
The list of advances made is im The present and future can be
author is Ruth S. Teffer- which he has been confined, until a time five or six months
posing. Take industry, for instance. summed up in few words: Men teller, of the Henry Street from the date of his injury on June 19. He added that it

Because of a realistic tax situation, and organizations who are cooperating Settlement House, located in !tu.PM. would be another month afterward before Senator Kennedy

two large companies have located plus the leadership of an active, the east side district of New would be able to resume normal activities.The .

in Bradford when they easily could enterprising the York City. t {I newspaper, Bradford election this autumn for U.S. Senator in Massachusettsis
Her
have put up plants in an adjoining County Telegraph. comments are appropriate for a six-year term as Teddy Kennedy is serving the un-
at a time when the nation -
county. And just one of those com- is shocked by riots and rki I( tJir I Sow 41 expired Senate term of his brother, the late John F. Ke$.

panies pays more than $90,000 taxesa Organizations working together revelations of ugly slum con- nedy. It has been an open question whether Senator Ted Ken-

year to Bradford County. include the Rotary, Lions, Elks, ditions.IN nedy-who was elected in
1962-will be able to particI-
American Legion, Civitan, Ministerial CLASH OF THEORIES pate in his own campaign.

Or medical facilities. Not so long Alliance, Bradford Civic Round- MANY Eastern cities Certainly it would be easier

ago, Bradford was without a pub- table, Starke Jaycees, both the sen- migrants, mostly Negro, con- for Attorney General Kenne-
tinue to arrive. In Rochesterthe Viet Nam Strike
lic hospital, but now it has the Brad- ior and junior Woman's Clubs, and rate is low about 1,000 Reviewing dy to win a Senate seat from

ford County Hospital, which recently of course, the Starke-Bradford Cham- per year. In New York and t Massachusetts than it wouldbe
for him to defeat Senator
was increased to a 50-bed facility. ber of Commerce.The Chicago and other cities it By RICHARD WILSON in Viet Nam, and he is not ter's charge that we may Kenneth Keating in New York i ,

And only months ago, a new 48-bed is larger. In Rochester the Chief, CowlesWashington doing so in a vacuum. reduce our nuclear capabilityby State. So everything dependson

nursing home was added to thecounty's Civic Roundtable, for instance, riot started over "nothing." Bureau There is ample evidence 90 percent under present how Teddy Kennedy is
It began with juveniles. A WASHINGTON It is pos- that General LeMay agrees policies has its origins in the
= medical set-up. which includes representatives from feeling, and whether he wouldbe
F each policeman put a disorderly sible now to get into better with and may have inspiredthe Joint Chiefs of Staff decisionto willing to give up his
organization in the
county, drunk under arrest. A street perspective just what was decided Goldwater advocacy of phase out bombers in favorof chance for re-election to the
Then there's recreation. The coun- successfully is tackling several prob- gang (teen-agers) started a in the air strike in Viet heavier involvement, and that the delivery of Nuclear Senate now and try again ata

= ty now boasts a Starke Golf and lems by enlisting the aid of all groupson fight. Additional police came Nam and what the main ele- president Johnson does not warheads by missiles. Gold- later date, as he is today

= Country Club, as well as new boat a united front. One of the proj- and they brought dogs. Re- ments of controversy on policy agree.IT water, and presumably Le only 32 years old, while Bob-
ramps for fishing and boating and a ects under consideration now is the porters wrote that to many of are now and will con- May, wish to press forward by is approaching his 39th
the there the tinue to be. IS A MATTER of with the new bomber programas
= bowling alley. The active Bradford building of a civic center, an enter- persons dogs judg- birthday.IN .
meant what they had ment. The Goldwater well as going forward with
seen on The air strike in Viet LeMay
County Recreation Board. is making prise which could han-
no one
group the missile The Joint
television of police use o'f Nam was a heavy one and theory is that air strikes in program. MASSACHUSETTS,
good progress in providing badly- dle alone. dogs in Birmingham and St. "reached within 50 miles of the North Viet Nam on the Chiefs of Staff answer is that moreover, the naming of Dem-

= needed facilities all over the county. Augustine. The inevitable rumors Chinese border because Presi- sources of military suppliesfor Goldwater's 90 percent esti- ocratic candidates is done bya
The Chamber of Commerce under spread that the dogs had dent Johnson wanted a hard the Communist Viet Cong mate is false, and, to the con- state convention which the

One of the best of recent improve- the dynamic leadership of Pete bitten the drunk and that a and convincing blow deliveredin could choke off those suppliesand trary, our nuclear capabilitywill Kennedy forces pretty well

: ments has been the establishment Novak, now is conducting a survey in 15-year-old girl had been bad- response to the fumblingPT materially weaken or destroy be increased.As control, and there would be
ly bitten. The be- de the Viet Cong infiltra- in so other cases
teen-agers boat attacks on U.S. many no doubt about the willingnessof
and growth of the Bradford County a realistic effort to find out what
gan the riot. Adults joined in. stroyers. tion in. South Viet Nam. in this political campaign, leaders there to name the
Fair. Under the leadership of State can be done to help increase the Madness was loosed. The contrary view to which these are not issues which the Attorney General, whereas

: Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., imposingnew growth of the county. Slum children are on t he BUT IT WAS a blow not President Johnson now apparently public is prepared to decide. New York State might pre-
buildings have been erected at streets for a variety of rea- hard enough for those who subscribes is that to But the public should know sent some difficulties. Several

.. the fair grounds, two successful fairs The Bradford County Develop- sons. Teen-age gangs perpetuate follow the policies of Gen. "go north" means that it is the unique nature of a politi- of the local Democratic lead

have been staged (within less than ment Authority recently authorizedand themselves. This segmentof Curtis LeMay, commander of the United States Army which cal campaign in which one ers already are voicing opposition
the problem will remain. the Air Force, and a little will have to go North, not nominee is advocating some ., to the nomination of
-- a year), and plans now are in process paid for a: promotional film How will cities, large and too hard for those who like merely the Air Force, and of the general principles of one someone who hasn't been "a

for additions which will consolidatethe "Florida's Four-Seasons County"and small, cope with it? Miss Tef- better the policies of Secretaryof that we will be tied down in branch of the armed servicesin long-time resident of the
Bradford Fair's title as the fast- copies of that film are today in ferteller writes: State Dean Rusk. Secretary a land operation of the scaleof which he holds a reserve state.
est-growing one in north Florida. distribution channels and being Rusk is reported to have been Korea. Even General Mac- commission as major general.
shown all over the country. "THE TYPE of delinquent not too happy over strikingso Arthur is said to have advis- One reason perhaps for
w T Of the foundation for behavior that has had the close to the Chinese, per- ed President Johnson againstany THERE IS nothing sinisterin Mayor Wagner's hesitancy to
course any most disturbing impact on haps because as a second such involvement.But this at all, but it should be throw his support to the At-
: county's growth is a solid businesslike The BCDA also has authorized the neighborhood climate has echelon State Department of- this has not deterredthe recognized that Senator Gold- torney General is that a con-

government and here, too, prog- first phase of a payroll-building plan been the violence of teen-age ficial in 1950 he had, along advocates of the application water subscribes in many ca- siderable measure of controlof

ress has been made. Not long ago, by a public relations firm, and again antisocial street gangs. When with many others, miscalcu- of air power who have ses to the Air Force point of the Democratic Party in
the county was plagued by deficit here the approach is first: what is these gangs are active 'or on lated how the Red Chinese made numerous recommendations view, and that this view does New York State is at presentin
would respond in the Korean and now have a politi- not prevail on major questionsin the Mayor's hands, whereas -
the increase
,
spending; today the county's budget wrong about our county, and secondly younger groupsof
vulnerable children will in- War. cal spokesman to press their the Joint Chiefs of Staff if Bobby Kennedy be-
is balanced as was noted in an exemplary what do to correct and
can we
Senator the latter
evitably develop and tend to But the strike was ordered case in a presidential elec- which represents the whole of came ,
I. : state auditor's report issued improve those conditions.So admire and emulate the be- never the-less. Secretary of tion year. the armed services. Nor does would have quite an influencein

T not long ago. havior of the older ones. The Defense McNamara and the The controversy w o u 1 d be this view prevail with the Pre- New York State politicsand
I boiled down, the outlook for younger groups, ranging in Joint Chiefs of Staff recom- better confined to the Joint sident of the United States as would share the party
mended it and Rusk went Chiefs of Staff and the White Commander in-Chief of the leadership with Mr. Wagner.The .
Real progress has been made on Bradford is good. Progress has been age from eight to thirteen,
I along' w hen the President House war room, but there is Armed Forces, nor with the
roads. Today, with US 301 four- made, but government, civic, religious are often very cohesive, and Republicans also would
made the decision. probably no way to avoid any- views of the Secretary of De-
: laned in Bradford County, and State and business leaders are not their behavior includes defiance have a real dilemma on their
of adult authority, at- This single act, however, is more bringing military issues fense.So hands if
Bobby Kennedy gets
Road 100 rebuilt and widened within satisfied. Today they are working the These who is
tacks on other children, roam- not finally nor unanimously into political arena. the voter tryingto the nomination from the New
I the county, as well as a fine networkof together and that can only result ina ing the streets until late hoursof accepted within the govern- issues have wide ramificationsbut find his way on these issues York State Convention. Sena-

secondary roads, Bradford prop- Bradford County marching ahead. the night, and involvementin ment as the policy answer to they seem to center in should know that the ma- tor Keating already faces op-
petty stealing, vandalism, the problem in Viet Nam. general on the Air Force theory jority weight of responsible position from the conservative
and truancy. That is to say, the application of war as contrasted with military opinion is presently party and there is talk that
I 1 The Bill Rights "Whatever the combinationof of air and sea power is the strategy which has been against the positions taken by Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce may
I circumstances, these young not the final answer. Senator adopted by the Joint Chiefs of Senator Goldwater. At the run on the ticket. Also, Mr.

Two small boys in a Washington good many persons may have refus- groups as we have known Goldwater is making a cam- Staff. same time he has substantial Keating hasn't announced yet

suburb recently copied the Bill of ed to be bothered by a couple of boys them in our neighborhood are paign issue of the extent and military support for his pointof whether or not he will sup-

Rights in longhand, without identi- but similar tests in the past have composed of children who nature of military operations THUS, SENATOR Goldwa- view. port Senator Goldwater, the

fying it as the Bill of Rights, and shown similar results. It would appear have inordinate amounts of Republican presidential nom-
freedom to roam the streets inee.
went from door to door asking people that many Americans have little I

I to sign their petition.Of knowledge of the Bill of Rights. We and"The get into younger trouble.ones who Voice of the IF THE ATTORNEY Gen-

101 they contacted, 15 might not have so many misconceptions were difficult we usually approached People eral entered the contest as
persons
about troubled situations todayif as individual prob- the Democratic nominee, it
recognized it and signed, seven recog- and the too would appear that the Re-
more people realized that such lems, parents, I
nized but declined to sign, 21 ,signed things as freedom of the press, assembly were brought in separately On The Sun's Opinion Page 1 publicans would have to for-
4 without showing recognition and 58 only to insist there was 'noth- get their current differencesand

neither showed they recognized it religion and petition, the ing wrong with my kid; it's Opinions and COMMents of Sun readers arc welcome In the Voice of the People column Letter unite to prevent Bobby
willing to sign. A number right to be secure against unreason- his friends.'" must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Kennedy from becoming Sen-
nor were able search and seizure, the right to exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ator from New York. Muchas
expressed distinct disapproval of the Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or many of the regular Republicans -
,
counsel and speedy trial when accused HENRY STREET Settle-
.Z freedoms the Bill of Rights sets found this intent. who like Goldwaterare i
and ment House approach -
protection against
r. exces- prohibited to citizensof Christ observed and described irritated
forth. A Tied posedly over Mr. Keat-
futile and frustrating.It Piper'And
sive bail and punishment are founda- this country, we got, to reluctance to endorsethe
began to work with possibilities up himself as fulfilling); in the ing's
i :- It is possible, of course, that a tion stones of our government.i younger child re n a Prince the time we went to press, Roman rulers (yet Christ was national ticket, there is
multiple mumbles from doubt that all the -
and those parents who could only friendly to Roman soldiers, no Republican
EDITOR Sun The follow- five different extensions." leaders would unite in
be reached. Some progresshas : and expressed admiration fora a
I POTOMAC FEVERBy been made. It is slow. It ing editorial is from the De- The August 13, 1963, editionof centurian); in taxgathersyet common effort to defeat Bob-

Jack Wilson Cowles Washington Bureau is but a dent. cember 18, 1962 edition of Na- the same magazine con- ( one evangelist was a tax- by Kennedy and re-elect Mr.
,
Slums have been called a tional Review, A m erica's tained this book review: gather, and Christ taught the Keating. It might however,
: Electronics experts are pleased that part of the Democratic Convention will cancer a timebomb.. Theyare most intellectual conservative "The Dogma of Christ and duty of paying taxes); in be a close race.

be in Atlantic City and part in Washington, D. C. It will be the first true both of these. They are magazine. Other Essays on Religion, Pharisees (yet Nicodemus and So if the Attorney General

: AC-DC convention. more than that. They are a "Few Americans have a Psychology and Culture" by Paul came from that sect). really wants to be sure of a A.i
-- part of America that is un- better title to Prince of Collaborators Eric Fromm (Holt, $3.95)). The Fromm ignores most of the inconvenient seat in the United States Sen- "-
=: Who says our government doesn't stand firm? We're defying Russia, Red known and resented. The than Edgar Snow, long titled essay is a transla- evidence, and ex- ate and can persuade his J, '
China, Cuba, Gen. De Gaulle -. and we may even do something about Lester slums feel alien to their coun- who by his 1937 book Red tion of a tract, written in plains the rest by saying that younger brother to step aside...

: Maddox. try. People outside them who Star Over China, established the thirties, that re inter- the Christians' hatred was not he can avoid a risky battle !
have never seen a slum- himself as Chinese Commun- preted the liberal theology of expressed in direct revolutionary in New York and at the same, 6
The Goldwater people are getting set up. They've got a Citizens for Gold- never talked with the people- ism's volunteer Press AgentNo. the turn of the century in sucha ways, but in revenge fan- time get a chance to represent
= water Committee, Democrats for Goldwater, Southerners for Goldwater -and that Marx's his native state which-
never seen the housingarehostile 1 in the Western World. way proletariat tasies of a Last Judgment and -
f i -- now they're trying to organize Republicans for Goldwater. to slums. We bay e Though a generation older suffering Freud's Oedipal Heaven where they would tri- he previously.has listed as his! E

1 : progressed along the urban now. Snow is not yet readyto drive, produces Harnack's umph over their enemies. Yet legal residence..He could thus;
scratches and bruises into
-, Schoolgirls proudly compare after jamming road to the point where slumsare abdicate his title or his pro dogmas. Like all servants of a such fantasy satisfactionsare dispose, too, of all the arguments e
I theaters to see "A Hard Day's Night. They're the heroines of our day the
cities within cities. Andin fession. Just published is his mechanical theory of man, rebuked as frequently in he would'have to meet-
Beatle-scarred veterans. the slums there is a slum 810 page, 'The Other Side of Fromm makes everything fit the Gospels as is the direct about his iinfamiliarty with

within a slum. The decent the Rivera panegyric of except Everything. The politicizing of the Kingdomcf. the problems of the EmpIre.
President Johnson is beginning to talk about a new tax cut. The trouble
with the last one was that you didn't have to vote for anybody to get it. slum people detest the hood- Chinese Communism in power Christian belief in a human ( Matt 20:204: 24:36 and State.. ._ .:.
lums, criminals and delin- (and a dirge of the West) as Son of God is presented as the 42, Mark 10:3545, 13:13-32, The ,AtIome". General, wOO:

Cuban refugees say a worker was shot just for lighting his cigar in a dry quents among them. But they his earlier book was a rhapsodic Hebrews' way of displacingthe Luke 10:17-20, 22:24-34)). The is a "prudent" man and bjC
I field of sugar cane, Exactly what the Surgeon General has been saying-smok- also are embittered at societyin Ode of Anticipation. Whenwe repressive father figureof book makes one feel it wouldbe no means "impulsive," is obv
ing definitely shortens your life. general the people out- asked his publishers, Random Jehovah. We are told that much more pleasant to viously taking plenty of time-
side the slums the politicians House, exactly how Snow .. Christianity was not basedon live, like the ancient Hebrews, to make up his mind. whetherto
t i -. Senator Fulbright says maybe the U. S. and Russia could dig a canal together. the "system" that ignores managed in 1960 with Look love, but on hatred of Je- in fear of Jehovah than to bea try to run for the Senate:

Sure. They could dig on the right side, and we could do the left.Or is it the slums until violence Magazine credentials, the five hovah in all his manifestations modern psychologist doing from New York'or from. MaisC.
Cf; other way around? erupts. months of Chinese travel, sup- -In the Old Law (which (See VOICE on Page I) achusetts. ** -
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A Question Haunts', Fill Lady Bird's Schedule


The JACKSON Wyo. (AP) Mrs. Medical student Brent East.
CampaignDems
; Lyndon B. Johnson went to ded- man of Evanston Wyo., who,

2frm $ark dlmre the bottom of Massachusetts hard job of decontaminatingthe icate a high and vital dam today was Mrs. Johnson's boatsman-

By JAMES RES1'OSWASHINGTONWhen politics; he began at the summit politics of Massachusetts after taking a spectacular, four- guide, declared she was his
and even now while he is also avoiding the easy hour rubber-boat ride on the "best game spotter." The First
JohnF. strapped in a cage with a path of just accepting an- Snake River which she said Lady, informal and relaxed, in-
Kennedy was nominatedfor broken back he is learning other prestigious appointivejob Begin Family CampaignFor made her an "ambassador. for troduced herself to him simply:
the presidency in 1960 Russian and writing a book in Washington and if he conservation." "I'm Bird Johnson of Kar-
he gave his brother and cam- probably with some other gets to the Senate from New Work On hack.
paign manager Robert a summit in mind. York it is not too difficult to A cow elk and her calf, a bulls

silver cigarette case as a Bobby is bone and mar- see the potential influence of the JohnsonsBy moose and even the scarce 11 Wife KilledIn
memento of the struggle. On American bald eagle obligingly
row of the same line, but he the Kennedys in the future PlatformWASHINGTON
the lid he signed it and add- is different from his brothersin of national politics.For showed themselves in the wild-
ed: "When I'm through how at least then be the I erness setting for the First Ladyas Air Crash
one respect. They Teddy will BARRY SCHWEID I this will change after the Democrats
about ?" (AP) Secretary she rode the meandering river
you created base in dominant
a political 'figure in New Eng- WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- convene next week in
Maybe this is the symbolic: their twenties by seeking and land Democratic polit'C3. Bobby of State Dean Rusk dent Johnson's wife and daugh- Atlantic City.Meanwhile. Sunday. DALTON, Ga. (AP) Ernest
explanation of Bobby Kennedyls getting elective office. He has will be in a position to warned today against "reckless ters the LBJ ban- Today, ending her four day Hardway of 2640 Pierce St.,

interest in running for gone along in one appointivejob take over from the squabbling words or deeds" while telling ner are across carrying the land while he much as the late Western tour Mrs. Johnson I Hollywood Fla., was in good
the U.S. Senate from New after another until almost Democratic ward-heelers in Democratic platform writers of nomination President John F. Kennedy turned her attention to officially condition at a hospital today
awaits the formality -
York. He is a driven man the end of his thirties. He has New York Pierre Salinger "we do approach our problems made politics a family operation dedicating Flaming Gorge Damon !following a plane crash that
before hitting the campaigntrail
some say by ambition for done each job well but al- another Kennedy new frontiersman soberly and responsibly. himself. Johnson has put wife and the Wyoming-Utah border. A killed his wife.

himself, some say by duty to ways he has had to face the is the coming Dem- With this claim of balance in This weekend the family daughters to work. Mrs. Johnson buffalo barbecue also was
his murdered brother but in charge that he got it through ocratic figure in California the pursuit of foreign affairs,' past into, high an active campaigner for scheduled before she headed I The Georgia Highway Patrol
operation
any event, the explanation is somebody else and now apparently and of course borther-in-law Rusk launched the platform Bird swung traveling gear.in her husband through his long home to Washington.The :'said the Hardways were enroute
Lady
probably as much psychological he is going to try fora Sargent Shriver will one dayno committee's formal work of the Rocky Mountains was to focus political career, is on the last high spot of her trip ob- from Waycross, Ga., to Chattanooga -
as political. base his in doubt leg of a 4,200-mile four-day 22-mile when their light plane
on own New be taking dead aim declaration and viously was Sunday's
for conservation
writing a
party attention on
1 York.It at the governorship of Illi- swing through territory 'where boat ride in the Grand Teton 'crashed j into a mountainside
HE IS CERTAINLY not go- will not be easy. He will nois. the presidential campaign. i reclamation and, obviouslyon Goldwater sentiment is strong.Electioneering National Park area. She exclaimed -'during rain and fog Saturday.
White House.
the man in the
ing into New York becauseit be rebuked A debate the breathtakingviews
as a carpetbagger roaring over foreign 20 ate over said
Daughter Lynda Bird Troopers Hardway wan-
is natural for a man from who would not take on ALL THIS MAY seem quite policy seems assured. The Re- at of the 65-mile long
ribs at a barbecue Sunday dered onto a highway about a
Massachusetts who votes in the hard job of clearing up fantastic now but no more publican platform charges the Henry Ford Irs Long Island jagged snowcapped Teton half mile from the crash scene
Virginia to make such a the mess in his own state fantastic than the Kennedy Johnson administration with Mountain range and clapped her
mansion and got set for more of In Puerto Rico .and was brought to Hamil-
move. but this is probably a less story of the past few years. "weakness before communism", the same today in another hands with glee as the rubber ,ton Memorial Hospital. A search

He is not doing it becausehe valid argument today than it Anybody who influences the while some Democratic spokesmen strange setting for such West- MAYAGUEZ P.R. (AP) boat plashed through a small party found the charred wreck-
has been shut out of effective was a generation or so ago. Democratic Party of New have said a Goldwater ad- ern-style, dining Gracie Man- swirl of rapids. age and Mrs. Hardway's body.
and prominent pub- This is no longer a con- England and New York aloneis ministration foreign policy sion on the east side of Man- Roberto Sanchez Vilella 54, an! Mrs. Johnson said the trip had
lic service in Washington. For tinent of isolated communities not likely to be ignored in would be dangerously impul- hattan. It is the official home of engineering graduate of Ohio: combined for her lessons in I Hamilton Memorial Hospitalsaid
while President Johnson turn- whose problems can be the Party as a whole. sive. Mayor Robert F. Wagner New State University has been nom' geology wildlife flowers and Hardway was resting well
ed hit> down for the vice understood only by long.time What is happening is that York State's most powerful inated by the Popular Demo- trees, while "drinking in the and apparently in good condi-
presidential nomination and residents but a vast mobile the Kennedys are doing what Rusk never mentioned Sen. Democrat and one of the men cratic party to succeed Luis beauty, peace and serenity." tion.
is not helping him in New society where the problems of they always do when they Barry Goldwater of Arizona the mentioned possible Munoz Marin as governor of It was a welcome break on a I
being as a
York, he made clear to him New York are not so different are not given what they want. Republican presidential nominee running mate for Johnson. ,Puerto Rico. fast-paced trip which has aver-! WATER and ICE TEA

that many other important from the problems of Massa- They are trying to get in another in his prepared testimony. Daughter Luci Baines 17, ful-i Munoz Marin 67, told his par- aged about 18 hours daily of GLASSESFor

positions were available in chusetts. way. They are buildinga "President Kennedy faced the ly recovered from the 24hourflu ty's convention Sunday he would travel, handshaking, sightseeingand Motels & Restaurants
Washington.Nor new political structure on missiles in Cuba and President I that decked her while she not run for a fifth fouryearterm. politicking on behalf of SPENCECHEMICAL
is the Attorney General MAYBE THE TIME has the side sort of a Kennedy' Johnson the attacks on American was campaigning a week ago in He placed Sanchez Vilela's !-Democratic senators and con-
doing so because he prefersthe come when purely aside government-in-exile, and they : naval vessels in the Gulf of San Francisco was in Wisconsin name in nomination to oppose gressmen in Utah, Wyomingand FR 2-2186 SUPPLY CO.
life of the federal Con- from Kennedy's adventure in are tough. Tonkin" Rusk said. "We do not over the weekend for the Luis Ferree of the Republican Montana.

gress to the work and tempo New York we should en- Also they are young and draw back from the confrontation state fair Sunday and a $10-a- party in the November election -
of the federal executive. He courage a little more flexi- persistent. Thus the Kennedy between the free world and person LBJ barbecue Saturdayin .
is not a talker but a doer. In bility in our representative story will endure be- the world of coercion." Milwaukee.
the Senate a young man must government in order to avoid cause it is so human. The He went on: "Only once in Until Luci flew back to Wash- I Munoz Marin who has been amra mm
patiently take his turn and for example the entrenched novelists and the dramatistswill history in October 1962 (the ington Sunday night, Johnson Puerto Rico's only elected governor -
this is something Bobby has mediocrities who often come probably pick it up long date of the Cuba missile crisis) had been alone in the White accepted nomination for
never done in all his life. up to the top of some of the after the journalists and his- have nuclear powers come faceto House all weekend. For servicesat an at-large seat in the commonwealth's MOVES MERCHANDISE

big-city Democratic machines. torians have dropped it. It face with imminent possibility the National City Christian Senate. I

IT IS EASY to be critical of This is hard doctrine on the is a saga of triumph and trag- of nuclear exchange."It church he took along an assistant i Sanchez Vilella the gover-,

the political tactics of the Republican incumbent in New edy, and Bobby has apparently is not an experience to be Horace Busby. nor's aide for many years, is ,
Kennedys. They are alwaysin York Sen. Ken Keating whois decided to write a chapteron lightly repeated." "I'm just here to thank people secretary of state. II BEE

a hurry always taking no mediocrity but it is his own."When Insisting that "our basic na- who have been working for ..
' short cuts to the top. What difficult to weep much for the I'm through, how tional policies are producinggood someone I'm very fond of," I
seems presumptuous to other loss of the other declared about you?" Regardless of results," Rusk said: "'Thisis Luci said in Milwaukee.The .
men is natural to them. Jack candidates on the New York what happens in New York, no time either to quit, or to President was more to
I' didn't woo the Democratic Democratic side. this question is likely to haunt indulge in reckless deeds or the point Saturday when he was TIME IS MONEY.
Party; he captured it. Teddy Anyway, if Bobby is leaving Robert Kennedy for years to words which would cost us the asked at a news conference if he 00
didn't work his way up from it to Teddy to take on the come. confidence of both allies and expects his wife to be campaigning I

'other free nations and stimulate this year.
irrational action by our adver "She is and will be," he said. If You Have A Room, ApartmentOr
Enters New York VoiceContinued saries. For himself Johnson has

"Under President Lyndon B. charted a special course and it House to Rent
Johnson we are on the right was evident again at the same
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS
( from Page 4)) track. Let us keep on it." news conference. vacancy
Race for SenateNEW Asked about debating Sen.
..i j obsessive battle wjth omni- Sukarno HitsU. Barry Goldwater the Repub- YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit
present 'father figures'." lican presidential candidate,

J YORK (AP He said Johnson said, "After the convention !
) Rep. nomination of Kenne-
I mention these two articles
S. PositionJAKARTA i if
I the
Samuel S. Stratton of upstate 'dy could hurt President John- am nominee we
Amsterdam has formally an- .son's chances of carrying New from National Review becauseI will go into all manner of how Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
nounced for Democratic nomI- York State. Johnson has de- recently saw Edgar Snow's Indonesia (AP) we will conduct the campaign."
nation to the U.S. Senate amid clared himself neutral in the "Red Star Over China" and President Sukarno criticized the Not that the President thinks EVERY DAY until it is rented :
more declarations of support for contest. Eric Fromm's "May Man Pre- United States today for its sup- it would be premature at this,
Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy vail" in paperback editions. port of Malaysia its retaliatory point to trade political barbs IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:
for the nomination. Stratton said his supporterswill "May Man Prevail" is a left- attack on Communist North Viet with Goldwater and his running I .
t conduct a floor fight at the wing thesis on U. S. foreign Nam and its refusal to recog- mate Rep. William E. Miller of $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day

Kennedy is reported to have state convention if necessary. policy which, in so many nize Red China. New York. He tossed several of

the backing of party leaders in Latest declarations of support words, suggests that there will Although avowing Indonesia's'I' them at the session Saturday.It's $50 per mo. . $1.66.per day
counties which have well over a hope for friendship with the just that he is studiously .'
be in our time if we
for from peace I
majority of the 1,144 votes in the Kennedy came a groupof I United States in an independence -i avoiding speaking as the Democratic $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day
back down in Berlin
I 12 prominent Democrats and cometo I \I.
Democratic state conventionhere day address, Sukarno candidate because even
from Edward N. Costikyan a peaceful accord with Castro -
Sept. 1. Democratic leader of New York etc. Well if any American predicted eventual American though everyone knows he is $60 p- mo. . $2.00 per day
defeat in Viet Nam. going to be it, he isn't yet. All
Stratton said in his announce-
the title
County Manhattan. has better right to -
ment Sunday that nominating I of Pier Piper of Pseudo $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day
Kennedy would give the Repub- The last public word from Psychiatry than Eric

licans a "million-dollar issue" Kennedy was his week-old Fromm I am unware of it, so $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day
for the campaign.This declaration that he would not
I hereby crown him with that
was a reference to the consider running without "ex- title. Snow and F ro m m MONEY $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day
fact that Kennedy lives in Virginia 'press approval" by Mayor Robert could well establish a partner-
the state's lead-
and maintains a voting F.Democrat.Wagner ship. The Prince of Collaborators $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day

residence in his native Massa- ing could write many more Just tell us how much Cash 24 Cash 24
\ chusetts. Supporters of Kennedysay Wagner, who has repeatedly rhapsodic praises on Asiatic you need to pay old You MonthlyPayments You Monthly $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day
under the U.S. Constitution bills for home im- Ktctiva. Reserve Paymtnti
that -
of
;spoken favorably Kennedy as Communism and the Pied Pi-
t he would be eligible to :a possible candidate; continuedto per of Pseudo Psychiatrycould provements pairs for all car your re$185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 $90 per mo . $3.00 per day
269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
f established
for the Senate if he -
run withhold an endorsement. raise his credentials to seasonal expenses.
1 a residence in New York Phone for 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
\ declare that: anyone whodidn't prompt $95 mo. . $3.16 per day
i courteous service. per
( State by election day. His oppo- I Ferments include interest and principal;
with the rhapsodic
nents contend that New York Call N Meet agree
State laws have stricter requirements praises was mentally de- R LOANS UP TO $600 $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day

which make Kennedy in- SEOUL, South Korea (AP) ranged. I
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makers" program that the state mission has been called by the Some 100,000 surfers are rid- SERVICE, INC.
should be represented by some Communists for Wednesday. at ing the waves in 1964, accord- of Gainesville SUN RENTAL WANT ADS
I' one who lives in the state and the joint security area near ing to the U. S. Surfing Associ- I
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6 Gainesville Sun August 17, 1964 ,
Monday hI ,, i I qUmjmIIlUllllllllilJJlIUI II
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Schneider-Kopelowitz NuptialsMiss women 0 f HUD 'G < a 11to



Davida Kopelowitz dau- Of Events. p :9&9I

ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Max :;;

Kopelowitz became the brideof gJF
Victor b 'THE fflffillY / BY
Sidney Schneider son TODAY, August 17 .
of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan J.

Schneider of Jacksonville, yes- Gainesville Bridge Club, I \\ UOSEp///NE

terday afternoon at the Hillel 7:30 p.m. Recreation ,Center.

Foundation. Ruth Weimer-Women' Editor WSCS' Wesley Community )) \\\ LOWMAN
Methodist
Rabbi Gerald Engel West La- Church Virginia

fayette, Ind., brother-in-law of PEOPLEMr. Chanman Circle. 8 o.m.. Mrs.A. ................__IIIII.'IHIIIIIIWIlllUllIII 11IIIIIIIIIIII4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIWlllII1lllWIIIII1I IIIII'
the bride, performed the cere- p 1f' ABOUT D. Fagan, 301'Street. SW 21st
Some letters from readers I think this man will live to
,mony.
'
R 3rx. simply cry out for publication.The be 100 and I hope he does. It
Nuptial music was providedby and Mrs. Bert Ames have returned after a 10-day TUESDAY, August 18 following are a few excerpts is too bad that so many people

Mrs. Selden F. Waldo, or- R stay in Chicago, where they attended meetings of the Collegeand Business and Profession from a letter I received. live in such a grim way. Too

ganist, and Mrs. Ann Lewis of University Personnel Association on the' University of Women's Club, dinner meet- often in the struggle to accum-

Jacksonville, soloist. Chicago campus. ing 7 p.m., Primrose Inn, Mrs. "Often in your column you ulate all that money they lose
Escorted to the canopy by : : Bert, a past president of the organization, was a memberof Jean MacClellan, hostess. have suggested that more the health with which to enjoyit

her parents the bride was at- __ the planning committee. Effie was in charge of activitiesfor Alachua County Republican health rather than more wealth and the warm enriching ex

tended by her sisters Mrs. Gerald the wives as president of the CUPA-Mates, auxiliary Women's Club noon luncheon might make us happier. Un-!periences in everyday life es-

.. Engel, matron of honor, and organization of the association. Children of members belongto Park Lane Cafeteria. blushingly I admit that I read I cape them.
"Mrs. Louis Belinsky, bridesma- F the CUPA-Mites group. WSCS your column although I am a
Wesley
fron. Community man. Here is another peep into
t Methodist Church Helen
I Parents Escort Couple Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hardee and their daughters Suzan and I II I "Why Grow Old" mail. This
Thomas Circle I
The bridegroom was escorted of Mary Grace, are home after a vacation at Coral, Shoresat 8 p.m., "I am a lawyer by professionand letter is also from a man.
Mrs. Charles Cook, 1314 NE work. However
,
enjoy
by his parents and had his Redington Beach. Suzan attended the YWA Assembly of my
Sixth Terrace.WEDNESDAY. down Embarrassed by Weight
I[ have slowed at a fairly
brother, Michael Schneider of 4 Baptist Young People at Ridgecrest, N. C., early in the
Jacksonville, as best man. j __ summer and also spent six weeks with her materal aunt, August 19 young age. I only take additional "Two years ago I weighed 216

Bob Greenberg of Jackson- CP Mrs. F. H. Holoman in Birmingham.The work if it interests me. I pounds. My waistline measured
}
ville and Louis Belinsky of Aus- Hardees will have as their houseguest for an extended University Women's Club don't give a hoot whether my '42 inches. I was short of breath
I'
tin, Texas, were groomsmen. I visit, Mrs. Hardee's mother, Mrs. Emma H. Carterof and Newcomer's Group fees are large or small. I don'tcare and had round slumping

..Herbert Fishier and Jose Ma- : Madison, Fla., who will arrive Tuesday. I., Summer Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. what my rich clients think I shoulders. I didn't dare mea-
grisso of Jacksonville were ush- Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. about me, but I do care about sure my chest. I am sure it was

Mrs. D. G. Williams has* been* called* to Decatur, Ga., due to Alex Bednarek, hostesses, the client who has a just cause: much smaller than my waist. I

ers.A wedding gown of peau de as I the serious illness of her brother, Rev. G. H. Guy, a retired University W 0 me n's Club and little money. I am having a am in my 30s and am in public

1 soie appliqued with Alencon 4 minister of the Florida Conference. house West Newberry Road. wonderful time and feel that I life. My weight embarrassedme.

: lace re-embroidered with seed Attending the international Willis M. Tate, president of Gainesville Bridge Club am doing a lot of good. That and your column,

pearls was worn by the bride.A convention of Lambda Chi Alpha Southern Methodist Universi- 7:30 p.m, Holiday Inn. "One might think that I am' prodded me on to success.

watteau Chapel train was at- Fraternity August 30 to ty, will give the banquet ad- Bon Voyage luncheon for starving. To the contrary I, "I didn't do anything drastic.I .

tached to a flat bow in the back. v Z N September 20 at the Miami dress. He also will receive the Miss Ann Dell noon, Miss Jo have enough, and live comfort- cut out all pastries and des-

She wore a double crown of Beach Doral Beach Hotel will Fraternity's Order of Achievebe Nez Love and Miss Janne ably. Measured by worldly serts and rich items, ate a well-

seed pearls and secured to a ._-.. ....,,,, ,, Paul L. Martin Jr., who ment Award. Grand at the latter's home, goods I am not a wealthy man, balanced diet but took smaller
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butterfly veil of illusion. Her I Mrs. Victor Sidney Schneiderand will represent his chapter at The convention will open 1908 NW Tenth Avenue. but I feel quite successful in servings and no seconds. I also

cascade bouquet was of orchids. Stetson University, and WilSunday with an interdenominational THURSDAY, August 20 my own mind and have a won- sent for your waist and abdom-
Mrs. Engel and Mrs. Belin Mrs. Nathan Friedlin. Ben Goldstaub, Mr. and Mrs. liam A. Bessent III, who church service conducted Gainesville derful wife and two children. inal slimming exercises.

sky wore identical ballerina The bride's book was kept by Norman F. Solomon, all of Mi will be the delegate from his by Dr. Lee F. Tuttle, Library Advisory We have a fine home but nothing -

sheath dresses of mist green taf by Miss Evelyn Wilcox, Miss ami; Mr. and Mrs. Charles chapter at the University of fraternity president, who is Board, 8 pm., Gainesville comparable to some of my "You should see me now! I
Public and
feta. They wore green mist taffeta -Linda Gartner, and Mrs. Kenny' Grossman, Mr. and' Mrs. Murray Florida. American Secretary of the Library. friends. I would not change weigh 155 28 pounds inches. It my waist to

roses with illusion veils as Chepenik. i Leshin, of Merritt Island. During the sessions, .Dr. World Methodist Council. FRIDAY, August 21 places with them for anything! me measures that what's good seems for the
their headpieces, and carried The left for a wed-
couple Gainesville Club
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1IIIIJDUIIIIIlUlIllllllrmmmrmllllHlllllllnmIlIDlllUllm: Friends women is also good for the
Laugh"It
of
cascade bouquets pale pink ding trip to the Bahamas. a.m., Holiday Inn. "

carnations. I Upon their return, the newly- is too bad that so many men.

Junior bridesmaid was Miss weds will reside !in Gainesville, to College? folks live in such a grim and If any of my feminine read-

Liba Engel, ring bearer was where Mr. Schneider will con- Ford OwenNuptials tense way. I urge my friends I Ito ers have a tubby hubby, and

'Mayer Engel and flower girl tinue his studies at the Univer- relax and they just laugh at: would like to give, him a

.. was flene Belinsky. sity of Florida College of Med- Let Us Know Set me. They are so serious and: gentle push, send 10 cents

The bride's mother chose a icine. August 28 indispensable. I do not know, and a stamped, selfaddressed -

beige sheath dress of silk or- Out of Town Guests whether it is in the cards for envelope with your request -

ganza. An imported beige lace Out of town guests were: THURSDAY, August 20 Gainesville Area students entering colleges and universitiesfor LAKE LEELANAU Mr. me to live to an old age but I for my "Tubby Hubby

tunic ,style dress was worn by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swibel,! Miscellaneous shower honor- the first year, or those returning to out of state schools and Mrs. Robert Carr of Lake do not care to much because I Diet." Address Josephine

the bridegroom's mother. Both Jack, Kaufman, Mrs. Yetta' ing Miss Dorian Post, bride- will be listed Sunday, September 6. If you wish to be included. Leelanau formerly of Williston, am living every day up to the' Lowman in care of the

had orchid corsages. Fishman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry elect of Don Jennings 8 p.m., in the annual story, fill out the form below and send. are announcing the engagement hilt." Gainesville Sun.

Reception Follows Kaufman, Mrs. Lester Haber, I Mrs. W. G. Johnson and Mrs. immediately to the Women's Department of the GainesvilleSun. of the latter's daughter, Miss: .
,Immediately after the cere- Mrs. Dottie Hofstetter, Mr. and Eugene Robinson hostesses at DEADLINE FOR INFORMATION IS SEPTEMBER 1.. Judith Ann Ford to Joseph Don .FT FC HFC --.FC + MFC HF = =

mony, Mr. and Mrs. Kopelowitz' Mrs. Moe Ditchek, all of New the Robinson home, 1720 NW Please print or type information. aid Owen of Jacksonville.Miss .
entertained at a reception at the York. 12th Street.
Hillel Foundation. Also Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bel- NAME: ___.._____..._.___._____-_ Ford is the daughter of
FRIDAY, August 21 Mrs. Carr and the late Fred
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tudzin For irC\
,
Assisting hospitalitieswere insky, every
Coffee Miss Mar- Ford. Mr. Owen is the son of
honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bob- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Epstein, ADDRESS: '. .....--..-.
tha Jane Edwards bride- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Owen of
... roff and Dr. and Mrs. Richard I San Antonio Texas; Mr. and backtoschoolneed.
elect of Doug Davis of Valdosta Jacksonville.Miss .
Dresdner. Mrs. Kenneth Olshan Monsey ,
PARENTS' NAME:
Ga., noon, Mrs. Leo J. Ford was graduated
Others assisting were: Mrs. N.Y.; Mr. and Martin Turem
Thomas and Mrs. S. A. Hus- from Williston High School,
.- Mary Knight, Mrs. Sam Proctor -and their son Alan, Brunswick Jr. hostesses at the for'mers's. UNIVERSITY or COLLEGE: attended the University of Florida .
sey
Mrs. Joe Silverman, Mrs. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kopel,
4 home, 530 NW 23rd. and is now employed at the
Elsie Saltzman, Mrs. M. I. Akron Ohio; Mrs. David Ear- .
YEAR
:
Rudderman, Mrs. M. Baum- lix of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Rehearsal dinner honoringthe LOCATION: --- University Medical Center in

stein, Miss Minnie Schreiber Jerry Buchman and their children Post Jennings wedding Gainesville. Get an HFC Shopper's LoanYou
Mrs. Esther Fishier, Mrs. Na- Laurie and Robbie, Bar- party, North Central Baptist SUBMITTED BY: ...... .. ..._-- Mr; Owen a graduate of Andrew -

than Robin Mrs. Sam Gartner, ry Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Church dining hall. 4lmrnmTlTJmnInjuumummsamrmummumulceptional/ IIIIIIII1IIII"'I"--'II''n' I Jackson High School ir can cover every back-to-school need'fiom-A ti 2 .
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Jacksonville was graduated with an HFC Shopper's Loan. Household Financirilf

from the University of Florida, provide money for books, clothing, tuition, supplies-,

I Antique Auction 'Tops' At Village Church fairBy where work.he is now doing gradu (even an apple for the teacher). With cash from HFC :

ate, you can shop anywhere for the best values and take
The wedding will take placE -
advantage of special sales wherever they may appear-
August 28, at the Wesley Foun, '
VIVIAN BROWN rare table 70 available on pieces offered. Borrow confidently, repay conveniently HFC.
dation Methodist .
Chapel.Leftover
AP Newsfeatures Writer inches long with two drop All items are cataloged. Borrow up to $600. Take up to 24 months,to repay.'

M A big country auction is one leaves, 22% inches each. The Some of the finest pieces of HamA Ask about credit life insurance oo loans at group rates: .

way to fatten a church treas- entire table surface is made of fered in the past in Mrs. Milli- '

three pieces of mahogany.In kan's opinion were a dower little leftover cooked HOUSEHOLD FINANCEi
ury. ham, cut into thin strips,
chest dated 1680 and helves
..
It takes planning volunteer '; '; i a bedroom there is a makes a good addition to a .

workers and good furnishings rare bachelor's chest and a from Thomas Jeff erson'shome ; creamy cheese sauce to be

.,f f 17th Century armoire.A in Charlottesville. Two served with cooked maca- 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor
to put it over advises a
young boy's room.is fully years ago a rare curly maple roni. Ripe olives are another PHONE: FRanklin 64524Mon.Tues.Wed.
church group now bustling addition. -iF HFr HFC t-oF _
with Indian red cardtable brought $500. good ( t1FC F'= HF
-
equipped
with: activity to top last year'sprofit
sumac stained pine, completeto "People are, more knowledgeable Measurements
$7,000.Each bed and blanket chest, early i -
than
year, the Nil ton, 1700s. about antiques" A I small frying chicken

i Church ... they were years ago, ex may be dredged with a quar- .
.Conn., Congregational ,
An exceptional pair of chil- plains Mrs. Millikan. "G 0 0 d ter cup of seasoned flour, but

one of the oldest in America dren's country Sheraton furniture is an investment and for a large chicken you'llneed 11.E PEOPIEs

organized in 1726, built in chairs of museum quality i one third to one- ,. tl rotastr Aug. 17.18-19
they are willing to buy things;
1790 combines the furniture found by the Millikans in Massachusetts half
with ]large price tags." cup.
auction and a real Con- would be a creditto
auction gallery.
necticut Yankee Fair complete any

with blueberry pre- 11' > fit Among the 400 items to be cut out tr

serves, white elephant sale, 1. auctioned are the usual things I {id

porcelains, Chippendale
church and art exhibi- I
supper
mirrors, bedspreads, quilts, forcapers

__tion. lamps, sconces, andirons, ket-

And, people from many *. t: tles bed warmers. -...... '
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-states beat a path to the :< :' ;i The 15 refinishers work all

,.. ,.. .._ sand
church lawn. nmH 'm' removing paint,
year : By William C. "Bill" Smith
ing, waxing shellacking and
The auction has been the A furniture refinishing session takes place for replacing hardware. 'Old

high point of the fair for 20 the Wilton, Conn., Congregational Church in preparation brasses are bought in quantity, SOAP ANDTOOTHPASTE
t for the annual auction during a Village Fair held for the STAINS
years, attracting buyers because kept on tap purpose.
j I
Saturday. Workers are Dorothy Henderson, left,
'f
of the 9r +m: 4
of the quality require quick actionWhat's -
Ruth Kellogg and Archivald Millikan. i
"objects.. At the exhibit 80 hosts and I about
treasures" explains Mrs. Mil- This there were seven so special soap I
year hostesses station themselvesin and toothpaste stains? Well,
all
The planning goes on hkan who has been a real rooms for the auction,Saturday.A rooms equipped with documentation soaps are alkaline and toothpastes -
Fear: with teams of church I contain more likely !
estate operator for 30 years. dining room has an ex- and any history
'workers, 150 strong. than not, bleaches. And whyis
They buy what is in good that important? Because
I They divide into groups these stains ore not good to
GUARANTEE
r finishers, spit and polish- taste and salable, she says. OUR clothes.
When they buy in Here again is a case where
( quantity,
oth-er you do nothing at all and
they often acquire some TO YOU particularly about toothpaste
''s quad (they move objects things that aren't old, and sell stains which may contain a
areas to auction bleach. DO NOT rinse them
from'display -for
those in a special area. '- that may only hasten the
block.. ) only action. DO NOT rub i
bleaching GET A HUGE
A. You will always pay us .a price considerably below them that too may only
.. The auction exhibit is set up the accepted retail price of the items which you force them deeper into the
? Workers are spearheaded in rooms in the Sunday school purchase.B. I $399 fibers of the fabric. WALLPORTRAIT $100'llx14
.. husband and wife team. Bring them in for cleaning
by' a area, "so that people can vis-
If mention what
quickly. you
Archibald and Justine Milli- ualize the way the objects fit Our everyday prices; will usually be below sale prices I they are, that will help with
:kan who ferret out the antiques into the home," she says. of any retoit store 'provided the item offered is Cut capers prettily remedial action on our port. OfYOUI i
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from the countryside not soiled shopworn or obsolete> and we guarantee all day or evening ir We like to know what stains CHILD
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England and other I the ease and good look are so we can work on them
C of New beat advertised price on merchandise
to meet or any of this black Uppelleather i more quickly.You HOURS: 10 AM- I PM; 2 PM-5 PM; 6 PM-9, PM
areas. that is identical to merchandise which see. cleaning at its best
low pump. Crescent knowing and doing a NEEDED SELECTION Of StvUA1 OS8
offer. : means NO APPOINTMENT
Originally, aU pieces were (ffi) wo cutouts and a tail better job based on that e lUSt rose romAir uuis AND CHILDREN OF AU AGES
donated, mainly from cleared ored knot detail richly. knowledge. Whatever it maybe 4 PORTRAIT BItlVHtD AT STOlE A fEW OATS AHM UKW
but the demand was you'll always get a better
tries
The Furniture ManufacturersAMPLE --Central Charge- "
'o great for better items, ACKTOSCHOO job when you

:-- 4Jiat'fth: antiques today they, and buy"the most profit of : SMARTLY r BOB'SSHOE CALL OR BRING THEM TO

IN HOUS 4e:!
rer"Zs.
,, greater. 1 S & CLEANERS.
= goodi : SINGERrABRICS I STORE I .
many ,
"We buy as '
Delivery; a C...h and Carry WITH MORE
:: Things as we can find. Some- South Main St. at S,W 13th St I' 503 SW Jr4 St. Ph. 372-41S4 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER .
--urnes we buy the entire contents -
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ghter of Davida Mr. Kopelowitz and Mrs. dau-Max ''v't Of Events. GMW :<
Kopelowitz
became the bride
of Victor Sidney Schneider, son A THE ..
of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan J. -- f ffflILY TODAY, August 17

Schneider of Jacksonville, yes- l.IoSEflINE
terday afternoon at the Hillel Gainesville Bridge Club, U \\

Foundation. Ruth Weimer 7:30 p.m. Recreation ,Center.
-Women's Editor
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Rabbi Gerald Engel, West La- Methodist WSCS, Wesley Church Community, Virginia ) \\ LOW lil 4/V
fayette, Ind., brother-in-law of

the. bride. performed the ceremony e z 'S ABOUT PEOPLEMr. Chapman. D. Fagan Circle, ,301 3 p.m.SW, Mrs.A. 21st. IIIlIlIImlllllnmnm""lIIlIlIIlIIlIInlllllllllhllllllml"'h""-.......................,""WlljUIIIlUllIMIIIII'IlllWllIlUllIiIIIII.mnnmn..mm..m.m..n._ WMYWWWW/YY.._......

Street. Some letters from readers I think this man will 'live to

?Nuptial music was providedby and Mrs. Bert Ames have returned after a 10-day TUESDAY simply cry out for publication.The be 100 and I hope he does. It I
Mrs. Selden F. Waldo August 18
or-
following are a few ex is too bad that so people
stay in Chicago, where they attended meetings of the Collegeand Business and many
ganist, and
Mrs. Ann Lewis of Profession
University Personnel Association on the University of cerpts from a letter I received. live in such a grim way. Too
Jacksonville Women's Club
soloist. dinner
meeting -
often in the struggle to
accum-
Escorted to the canopy by Chicago campus. 7 p.m., Primrose Inn, Mrs. "Often in your column you
Bert a past president of the memberof ulate all that money they lose
organization, was a
her have that '
parents, the bride was at- Jean MacClellan, hostess. suggested more
the health with
which
the planning committee. Effie was in charge of activitiesfor Alachua health rather than more wealth to enjoy 1
Ger-ald the wives as president of the CUPA-Mates, auxiliary ; County Republican might make Unblushingly it, and the warm enriching ex-
us happier.
Women's Club -
organization of the association. Children of members belong I noon lunch- periences in everyday life escape -
.Mrs. Louis Belinsky, bridesma- to the CUPA-Mites group. eon, Park Lane Cafeteria. I admit that I read! them.
fron. WSCS, Wesley your column although I am a
Community i
Parents Escort Couple Methodist man. I Here is another peep into
and Mrs. Earl Hardee and their and Church, Helen
The a. 1 1W i Mr. daughters, Suzan Grow Old"
bridegroom was escorted Thomas Circle "Why mail. This
I
Mary Grace, are home after a vacation at Coral Shores 8 p.m., "I am a lawyer by professionand
by his parents and had his letter is also from a man.
Mrs. Charles
brother, Michael Schneider of .r at Redington Beach. Suzan attended the YWA Assembly of Cook, 1314 NE enjoy my work. However,

Jacksonville, as best man. Baptist Young People at Ridgecrest, N. C., early in the Sixth Terrace.WEDNESDAY. I have slowed down at a fairly Embarrassed by Weight
;k:mb &, and also six weeks with her materal aunt I take additional :
Bob Greenberg of Jackson summer spent August 19 young age. only "Two years ago I weighed 216
Mrs. F. H. Holoman in work if it interests I
ville and Birmingham.The me.
Louis Belinsky of Aus- pounds. My waistline measured
tin Hardees will have as their houseguest for an extended University Women's Club don't give a hoot whether my 42 inches. I
Texas, were groomsmen. x F0A was short of breath
Herbert Fishier and Jose Magrisso .< Y visit, Mrs. Hardee's mother, Mrs. Emma H. Carterof and Newcomer's Group fees are large or small. I don't and had round slumping

of Jacksonville, were ush- Madison, Fla., who will arrive Tuesday. Summer Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. care what my rich clients think shoulders. I didn't dare mea-
Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. about me, but I do care about
sure my chest. I am sure it was
ers.A wedding gown of peau de Mrs. D. G. Williams has been called to Decatur, Ga., due to Alex Bednarek hostesses, the client who has a just cause much smaller than my waist. I

soie appliqued with Alencon the serious illness of her brother, Rev. G. H. Guy, a retired University W 0 me n's Clubhouse and little money. I am having a am in my 30s and am in public
I lace re-embroidered with seed i minister of the Florida Conference. West Newberry Road. wonderful time and feel that I life. My weight embarrassedme.

pearls was worn by the bride.A I Attending the international Willis M. Tate, president of Gainesville Bridge Club I am doing a lot of good. That, and your column,
convention of Lambda Chi Alpha Southern Methodist Universi- 7:30
Holiday Inn.
watteau Chapel train was at- p.m "One might think that I am prodded me on to success.
Fraternity August 30 to ty, will give the banquet ad- Bon Voyage luncheon for
tached back.
to a flat bow in the
To the
She double of September 20 at the Miami dress. He also will receive theFraternity's Miss Ann Dell, noon, Miss Jo starving. contrary I "I didn't do anything drastic.I .
wore a crown
seed pearls and secured to Beach Doral Beach Hotel will Order of Achievebe Nez Love and Miss Janne have enough, and live comfort cut out all pastries and des-
a
butterfly veil of illusion. Her 1Zi & Paul L. Martin Jr., who ment Award. Grand, at the latter's home, ably. Measured by worldly serts and rich items, ate a well-
cascade bouquet was of orchids.I Mrs. Victor Sidney Schneiderand I will represent his chapter at The convention will open 1908 NW Tenth Avenue. goods I am not a wealthy man, balanced diet but took smaller
but I feel
successful in
quite servings and no seconds. I also
Stetson University, and. Wily Sunday with an interdenominational -
Mrs. and Mrs. Belfn-
Engel Mrs. Nathan Friedlin. j Ben Goldstaub, Mr. and Mrs. liam A. Bessent III, who church service THURSDAY, August 20 my own mind and have a won sent for your waist and abdom-
sky wore identical ballerina The bride's book was kept by Norman F. Solomon all of Mi- I con-I Gainesville Library Advisory derful wife and two children. inal slimming exercises.
will be the delegate from his ducted by Dr. Lee F.
sheath dresses of mist taf
green Miss Wilcox Miss We have fine home but nothing
by Evelyn a
Board
ami chapter at the University of fraternity president who is 8 p.m., Gainesville
feta. They wore green mist taf- ; Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles "You should see me now! I
Linda Gartner and Mrs. to of
Kenny Public comparable some
feta roses with illusion veils as Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Florida. American Secretary of the Library. friends. I would my weigh 155 pounds and my waist
Chepenik.The not change
their headpieces, and carried Leshin, of Merritt Island. During the sessions, _Dr. World Methodist Council.Going FRIDAY, August 21 measures 28 inches. It seems to
couple left for a wed- places with them for anything!
cascade of .__ Ul_ Gainesville me that what's good for the
bouquets pale pink ding trip to the Bahamas. III11111111/11J11/111J1J1111J11mlllllllDJlllmnllllllllJlll/ / lJlllJlllllllllllulJUlJIIllllllhlllllll IIPIIBIIIIIJIII. Bridge Club, 9a.m.
carnations. Friends Laugh"It women is also good for the
Holiday Inn.
their the
Upon return, newlyweds "
Junior bridesmaid was Miss will reside in Gainesville, College? is too bad that so many men.
"Liba Engel, ring bearer was where Mr. Schneider will continue to Ford OwenNuptials folks live in such a grim and If any of my feminine read

'Mayer Engel, and flower girl his studies at the Univer- tense way. I urge my friendsto ers have a tubby hubby, and
was Ilene Belinsky. sity of Florida College of Med- I Set relax and they just laugh at would like to give, him a
The bride's mother chose a icine. b Let Us Know me. They are so serious and gentle push, send 10 cents

beige sheath dress of silk or-, Out of Town Guests August 28 indispensable. I do not know and a stamped, self-address
ganza. An Imported beige lace whether it is in the cards for ed with
Out of town guests were: THURSDAY, August 20 envelope your request -
tunic ,style dress was worn by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swibel, Miscellaneous shower honor- Gainesville Area students entering colleges and universitiesfor LAKE LEELANAU Mr. me to live to an old age but I for my "Tubby Hubby
I the bridegroom's mother. Both the first year, or those returning to out of state schools and Mrs. do ,
Jack Kaufman, Mrs. Yetta Miss Dorian Post bride- Robert Carr of LakeLeelanau not care to much because I Diet. Address Josephine ,
ing ,
had orchid corsages. Fishman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry elect of Don Jennings, 8 p.m., will be listed Sunday, September 6. If you wish to be includedin formerly of Williston, am living every day up to the Lowman in care of the
the annual story, fill out the form below and send "
Reception Follows 'Kaufman are announcing the hilt. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. Lester Haber, Mrs. W. G. Johnson and Mrs. encasementof
immediately to the Women's Department of the GainesvilleSun.
Immediately after the cere- Mrs. Dottie Hofstetter, Mr. and Eugene Robinson hostesses at the latter's daughter; Miss 1
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Kopelowitz Mrs. Moe Ditchek, all of New the Robinson home, 1720 NW DEADLINE FOR INFORMATION IS SEPTEMBER 1. Judith Ann Ford, to Joseph Don- -t FC t1FC HFC HFC HFCif -= J'=" II
entertained at a reception at the York. 12th Street. Please print or type information. ald Owen of Jacksonville. i

Hillel Foundation. Also Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bel- NAME: .._.............._....................................-................................................ I Miss Ford is the daughter of
Assisting with hospitalities :insky, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tudzin, FRIDAY, August 21 Mrs. Carr and the late Fred

were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bob- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Epstein, Coffee honoring Miss Mar- ADDRESS: .. .. ... .._ Ford. Mr. Owen is the son of For every
.. tha
roff and Dr. and Mrs. Richard San Antonio, Texas; Mr. and Jane Edwards, bride- I II Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Owen of
Dresdner. Mrs. Kenneth Olshan, Monsey, elect of Doug Davis of Valdosta I Jacksonville.Miss back-to-school
Others assisting were: Mrs. N.Y.; Mr. and Martin Turem Ga., noon, Mrs. Leo J. PARENTS' NAME: Ford was graduatedfrom
Mary Knight Mrs. Sam Proc- and their Alan Thomas and Mrs. S. A. Hus-
son Brunswick, Williston High School,
.. tor, Mrs. Joe Silverman Mrs. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert.Kopel, sey Jr. hostesses at the formers's. UNIVERSITY or COLLEGE: attended the University of Florida need. .
Elsie Saltzman Mrs. M. I. home, 530 NW 23rd.
Akron, Ohio; Mrs. David Ear- and is now employed at the
Rudderman, Mrs. M. Baum- lix of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Rehearsal dinner honoringthe LOCATION: ..__.... YEAR: University Medical Center in

I stein, Miss Minnie Schreiber, Jerry Buchman and their children Post Jennings wedding Gainesville.

Mrs. Esther Fishier, Mrs. Na- Laurie and Robbie, Bar- i party, North Central Baptist SUBMITTED BY: Mr Owen, a graduate of Andrew Get an HFC Shopper's LoanYou
than Robin, Mrs. Sam Gartner, Diamond .
ry Mr. and Mrs. Church dining hall. "
... ...-mmmnIlll1\llllI\ JQllllllnnmmnunnllln lnUIIIlJllmllllnIlllllJlllllllIJlIIIIHllljJQlllnrllJhmllJI. / r ummesalmla alt Jackson High School in can cover every back-to-school: need from A to 2

Jacksonville, was graduatedfrom with an HFC Shopper's'Loan. Household Finance will

I.Antique Auction 'T ops' At ViLLaae Church FairBy where the he University is now doing of Florida graduate provide money for books, clothing, tuition, supplies

work. (even an apple for the teacher). With cash from HFC .
you can shop anywhere for the best values and taka.,
The wedding will take place
VIVIAN BROWN 'August 28, at the Foundation advantage of special sales wherever they may appear.
table 70 available on pieces offered. Wesley -
: '" AP Newsfeatures Writer Methodist Chapel.Leftover Borrow confidently, repay conveniently at HFC.
with two drop All items are cataloged.

, ..' A big country auction is one inches each. The Some of the finest pieces of- Borrow up to $600. Take up to 24 months.to repay 1 .

way to fatten a church treas- surface is made of fered in the past in Mrs. Milli.kan's HamA Ask about credit life inswrane oo loans at group rates *

". ury. of mahogany. opinion were a dower little leftover cooked

It takes planning, volunteer there is a chest dated 1680 and Shelves; ham, cut into thin strips, HOUSEHOLD FIHANC
makes a good addition to .
: workers and good furnishings chest and a from Thomas Jeff erson's a
'. I creamy cheese sauce to be
to put it over, advises a tf armoire. home in Charlottesville. Two served with cooked maca- 107 W. University i Ave., 2nd Floor

church group now bustling room.is ful years ago a rare curly maple 4(roni. Ripe olives are another PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524

:with activity to top last year's 4.j with Indian red cardtable brought $500. good addition. HF(. H FC HF C HFC MI-C ""F J-ff .

profit, $7,000. pine, complete "People are, more knowl

Each year, the Wil ton, ;j .: .A.;] chest, early edgeable about antiques than Measurements A small frying chicken

i .Conn., Congregational Church, they were years ago," ex- may I be dredged with a

one of the oldest in America pair of chil plains Mrs. Millikan. "G 0 0 d ter cup of seasoned flour quar-, but d.

organized in 1726, built in try quality Sheraton furniture is an investment and for a large .chicken you'll Mon.-Tues.-'Wed. "

,. 1790 combines the furniture ex-exThis Millikans in Mas- they are willing to buy things need one third to one- rr .

auction and a real Con- j be a credit with large price tags." half cup.

necticut Yankee Fair complete gallery.

with blueberry pre 400 items to be cut i J

serves, white elephant sale, the usual things out < ;

church supper and art exhibi- Chippendale _
.
.__tiQn. quilts, forcapers .ra
andirons, ket-
; ; SAnd people from many a5d "' :
*' -
states church beat lawn.a path to the paint,work sand-all 17.18.19"i

By William C "BillSmith
shellacking and
\ The auction has been the A furniture
refinishing session takes place : hardware. Old }
I high point of the fair for 20 the Wilton, Conn., Congregational Church in g in quantity, SOAP ANDTOOTHPASTE
tion for the
years, attracting buyers be- annual auction during a Village Fair for the purpose. STAINS
Saturday. Workers
cause of the quality of the are Dorothy Henderson, 1
Ruth *
objects., Kellogg" and Archivald Millikan. 80 hosts and I i require quick actionWhat's -
treasures explains Mrs. Mil-
year there were themselves so special about soap
The all
planning goes on likan who has been a real rooms for the auction with docu- and toothpaste stains? Well ..,.s ;
of church
I 3 ear with teams I soaps are oHcaline and toothpastes i
estate operator for 30 years. A has history
workers, 150 strong. dining room an any contain more likely ,
.s
y
i than not, bleaches. And whyis
( J -They divide into groups They buy what is in good that important? Because

finishers spit and polish'eni taste and salable, she says. OUR GUARANTEE clothes.these stains are not good to

(they shine brass and other When they buy in quantity, i Here again is a case where

., metals) and strong arm they often acquire some you do nothing at all and
; '-"s qfrom u a d (they move objects TO YOU particularly about toothpaste
to auction things that aren't old, and sell stains which may contain a
'display areas
those in a special area. -far bleach. DO NOT rinse them
block.. ) '- that may only hasten the I
.. A. You will always pay us a price considerably below only bleaching action. OO NOT rub GET A HUGE $ 00
The auction exhibit is set up the accepted retail price of the items which you them that too may only I
Workers are spearheaded force them deeper into the I
in rooms in the school $399Cut
Sunday purchase.
husband and wife team. fibers of the fabric. 11x14 WALLPORTRAIT
by-a area, "so that people can vis- i
Bring them in for cleaning I
and Justine Milli-
Archibald ualize the way the objects fit B. Our everyday prices will usually be below sole prices quickly. If you mention what I
kan who ferret out the an- that will
; : into the home, she they are help with
says. of any retail store ( provided the item offered is capers prettily -
'tiques from the countryside remedial action on our port. i 4
England and other not soiled shopworn or obsolete and we guarantee all day or evening in We like to know what stains OF
C of New
to meet or beot any advertised price on merchandise the ease and good looksof ore so we con work on them YOU CHILD

;: areas. that is identical to merchandise which this block upper more quickly. HOURS: 10 AM-1 PM; 2 PM-5 PM; 6 PM-9 PM
You see, cleaning its best
at
all pieces were offer. leather low pump. Crescent -
; Originally, we
and tail- means knowing and doing a NO AffOINTMINT NEEDED SELECTION. Of SlVWAl POSt3
donated, mainly from cleared cutouts a better job based that AOtfPIUYMtD
on FUll POST FOtTtAIT LUllS AND CHIIDUN OF All
::attics, bat the demand WaS ored knot detail{ richly. knowledge. Whatever it may POITIAIT AT STOIC A FEW DAYS AHM TAKIM
I M The Furniture Manufacturers Central be, you'll always get a better
\ --So great for better items, BACKTO SCHOOL I ------ Charge- job when you
dTtfot today they bay" most of

rtTthe antiques, and the profit : SMARTLY : } BOB'SSHOE CALL OR BRING THEM TO
4 ls-greater. INSINGER AMPLE HOUS 4 e

t S & S CLEANERS egTHE
= ''We buy as many good STORE .

-thlngs: as we can find. Some- .r ABRICS i Delivery .r Cash mad Carry STORE WITH MORE ..
the entire contents South Mom St. at S.W I3rh St
-urnes buy
we : 503 SW 3'd St. Ph. 372-4114 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERF' '-
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: ,I .i BUSINESS MARKET REPORT L '. The White Backlash : I 1



': l> REVIEW Y -I By LOUIS HARRIS

Fully 87% of the American people feel that the recent riotsin

New York, Rochester and Jersey City have hurt the Negro "

cause.Politically, the Negro outbreaks have already cost Presi- a f- Vii' :. )

dent Lyndon B. Johnson votes in the East, and it appears that .
Auto Big-3 Offer UAW the so-called "white backlash" could put the outcome of next I

November's election in doubt, although Mr. Johnson now leads

Sen. Barry Goldwater by 62 to 38%.
A just-completed survey of a cross-section of the American (Compared to last summer, do you feel that here in the

public also indicates that the riots have dampened the op- United States we are making more progress or less progress

Wage Pension IncreasesDETROIT timism of both whites and Negroes for progress in civil rights. solving our racial problems?)

However, support for the new civil rights act has not diminished AFTER. RIOTS BEFORE RIOTS
and very little of the uneasiness over the riots has Per Cent Per Cent

been laid at President Johnson's doorstep.But THIS YEAR:
(AP) A wide their offers to economic'areas. membership, seeking strike authorization an automatic 2.5 per cent yearly the riots have widened the cleavage between whites and More progress 38 50

range of economic improve- No mention was made of at-the- if negotiators wantto wage increase to compensatethem Negroes and have led many whites to seek a way to express Less progress 29 23

ments, including higher wages, plant working agreements use it. for cost-saving technological their disapproval of Negro tactics. A possible way for whitesto Not much difference 19 19
larger pensions and earlier re- which supplement the national advancesautomation.GM express this disapproval is at the polls. Not sure 14 8
tirement, were offered the United contracts, and an area in which The offers consumed 20-odd For example, 65% of the voters who have switched to Sena- THE RIOTS AND THE NEGRO CAUSE
Auto Workers today by the the union has raised some of its typewritten pages. I said its offer would raise tor Goldwater in the past three weeks think the pace of civil (Now I want to ask you about the riots by Negroes in New

) industry's Big Three General most strenuous demands thus Ford proposed flatly to con I wages 6 to 13 cents hourly over rights progress has been too fast. York, Rochester and Jersey City. Do you think Negroes helped

Motors, Ford and Chrysler.For tinue the so-called annual improvement I. a three-year period, but did not In order to measure the full impact of the race issue on the their cause or hurt it by these demonstrations, or won't it
far.The counter-offers came after factor under which specifically mention annual improvement election, we have constructed an index of white dissatisfactionover make much difference one way or the other?)

these, the companies contracts proposed to-l the UAW began polling its hourly rated workers receive I factor. civil rights. TOTAL NATIONPer .

three-year Chrysler estimated its offer Three criteria were used: the extent to which people feel Cent

replace similar ones expiringtwo would add 6 to 12 cents hourly.All the pace of civil rights progress is too fast, opposition to the Hurt Negro cause 87
weeks from today. I i STOCK FLASHES civil rights bill and concern about growing violence on the Helped Negro cause 2
three proposed to continue streets. Not much change 4
There no comment from
was MARKET"If the current cost-of-living
pending study, esca- When a person expressed concern on all three counts, he Not sure 7
union
sources, tor, clauses on which wages HANDLING OF CIVIL RIGHTSAll
JOHNSON
was placed in the "High" backlash category: concern on two
but UAW President Walter P. NEW YORK (AP-The stock Ford, American Motors and rise or fall with changes in the of three in the "Intermediate" backlash group; concern on ( in all, how would you rate the job President Johnsonhas

Reuther forecast beforehand I market edged irregularly higher Studebaker.An index of the Bureau of Labor none or one of three in the "Low" backlash category. done in handling civil rights and race problems do

the offers "will not be realis- early this afternoon but the outstanding casualty was Statistics. Nation-wide, 32% of the voters fall into the High or Inter- you approve or disapprove?)

tic." pace of trading was the slowestin Mack Trucks which was de- And all three offered to write mediate backlash groups. But 62% per of those who prefer TOTAL NATION WHITE SOUTH
a week. 'layed in due to an ac- Per Cent Per Cent
opening Goldwater are in these two groups.
Increased vacation and holiday into the basic wage scale the 9
pay also were offered by Minor gains by key stocks 'cumulation of sell orders on cents added to paychecks since On' the other hand, 79% of the Johnson vote is in the Low Approve LBJ handling 60 57
outnumbered losers.A news that a preliminary injunction backlash category. A breakdown of this backlash index by Disapprove 40 43
the automakers, along with a current contracts were writtenin
few specially situated issues i had been issued barring Goldwater and Johnson vote patterns is revealing: CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
proposal to refund the tuition of 1961. In other words, work-
made wider moves, one Chrysler from acquiring Mack. BACKLASH ISSUE AND VOTING (Looking back on it now would you say that you approveor
furthering their could lose only 5 of the 14
any employes way or another. I Mack Trucks opened 4% lower ers VOTING.FOR: disapprove of the civil rights bill that was passed by Con-
cents under this
education through spare-time they now get
The auto stocks remained at 42& the loss be- TOTAL NATION GOLDWATER JOHNSON gress last month?)
pushing
studies. I clause, if the cost of living nose
AFTER RIOTS BEFORE RIOTS
pretty close to dead center as yond 5 in later dealings. EXTENT OF
The offers, presented separately the Big Three made known dived. Per Cent Per Cent
virtually paralleled each their counter-offer to the labor I An upside feature was U.S. The companies offered to in- BACKLASHPer Cent Per Cent Per Cent Favor bill 54 52
5 in of
other, as first company proposals contract demands of the United !Smelting, up points one crease pensions from $2.80 High 7 16 3 Oppose bill 28 25
did In 1961. The union never its periodic gyrations. IBM added 18 23
Auto Workers. Intermediate 25 46 18 Not sure
for each of
monthly service -
year
has accepted as final a first of- Wall Street awaited union re- 3 and .Polaroid more than a to $3.25. At Chrysler, at Low 68 38 79 The outbreak of rioting involving Negroes in Northern

fer. action to the demands. I point. : least, the increase would apply The really significant number is the 21% of Johnson voters cities on the heels of what seemed to be solid progress in

And Louis G. Seaton, GM First-hour t ra d i ng totaled CBS gained a fraction in quiet only to workers retiring in the I who are relatively high on the backlash scale. They come to civil rights puzzled many white people who were previously
shares, the smallest I trading with its acquisition of I 12% of the electorate.If favorable to the Negro cause.
vice president-personnel, told only 760,000 future. The UAW has strongly
New York Yankee stock still the basis which whites who about matters in
civil rights became only on these people Among were uneasy race
the union there was room for since last Monday's 750,000. I demanded that the pensions of
Press under fire. voted, they might desert Mr. Johnson and turn his present the first place, the riots tended to trigger new, open hostility.One .
Associated ,
The
"give and take within the dimensions aver- those already retired be raised,
I Gains of about a point were 62-38% lead into a 50-50%. fact now seems certain: the racial question is hereto
of economic age of 60 stocks at noon was up well.
our proposal .5 at 317.0 with industrials up made by Sears Roebuck, United as Here are some of the results on key questions put to citizens stay as a major element in the 1964 election, and Senator

adding: 1.2, rails up .2 and utilities off I Aircraft (ex dividend) and Po They also proposed retirement l in this latest reading on the volatile race issue: Goldwater may well receive many more votes from the backlash .

"We are flexible. If the UAW, laroid. -if mutually agreeable CIVIL RIGHTS PROGRESS COMPARED TO 1963 issue.

wishes to shift the emphasis .1.The at 60. Retirement now is
Dow Jones industrial average Prices were mixed on the age
.from one area to another, or to at noon was up 1.77 at American S t ock Exchange. possible at 65, mandatory at 68.: 4!

propose modifications within i i 840.58. Trading was moderate. In addition, the companies offered -r4M r __
the dimensions . we will b ) People In
Chrysler was active and up a Corporate bonds were mixed. an incentive for early retirement tr

examine their suggestions. fraction. Little, if any change, U.S. government bonds were proposing, in effect, a

A """All Ihtee companies limited was shown by General Motors, generally unchanged. to pay workers as much be- The NewsHOLLYWOOD

", -.' ..,. .. tween 60 and 65 as they wouldbe
entitled to from both company !, dy
pension and Social Securityat (AP) "You

age 65. didn't get one, you got four of

FA 6 us-a package deal," quipped
'4t w' 4 The companies offered to pay Edie Adams to new husband

the full cost of group life and S rGOG' Martin Hager Mills.
9 a
health insurance for active em
M Nay The 35-year-old singer-ac
i ployes. The cost now is shared. tress widow
of comedian Ernie

,, .. ..
Good would become a
Friday r'f Kovacs, referred to her two

\ : paid holiday at each firm. teen-age stepdaughters, Betty

and Kippie Kovacs and her
The Bureau of Labor Statis- 5-
: tics estimates the current aver- I : year-old daughter, Mia Susan.

: age hourly wage in the auto industry i vk, Miss Adams and Mills, 37-
: whole is but year-old executive with a music
i as a $3.01, ]
the Big Three claim their aver '" "t "., publishing firm, were married
t. \ m -f. I' Sunday at her home in Beverly
.
ages are higher.The ."jtj';lf-'jJ: I '7 'j Hills.
0-g S' i rM x /' :% ) ; %
UAW adopted higher ;

i wages, increased pensions and ,"4c40/J 4 CALCUTTA (AP) The Ma.

'., earlier retirement among its ';rr- _ft., '.... .__ '-.N..W... OIW'p.-v..0 1._*,. //.t _" .IoII1.1O'i.,. pn ::IIJ' I&'N._ haranee of Sikkim, former New
.t 4 ,.. % top goals for 1964, but made No. York socialite Hope Cooke, left,

IwIb. 1 its demands for improved Tobacco Queen and Court Calcutta by plane for her firs)

.. +S- working conditions. visit home since her marriage

., a.ay Janis Biewend, 17, of Gainesville, wears the High Springs Tobacco Festival last year.
Still Serious queen's crown she won in competition with eight other candidates Saturday She was accompanied by hex
night. She also is the .reigning Newberry Watermelon Festival queen. Her husband, temporal and spiritua

q Tobacco Festival highness is flanked by Nancy Willingham of Gainesville (left), ruler of the Himalayan king

After ShootingNo second runner-up; and Pamela 'McCaleb of Lake City (right), first runner- dom of Sikkim, and their infant

up for the queen title. (Photo by Jerry Cooper)
change in condition was son.The
couple planned to stop it
reported this morning of the vic-
Zurich today and in Londor
tim of a Saturday shooting. Hector Grady, Photo Supply Auction Tuesday.
Alachua General Hospital reported -
Willie James Joe Jr., of Ex-Hi h Spgs.

van .tor. 1014 SE 7th Ave., in serious con- Dies Here Yields $13,248 Rocket Delay
dition from bullet wounds in the Mayor,

,,,: ...._.,...>\.,_,_SSS..-'_ '-"" -'" -' f stomach Joe was and shot leg.about 6 at,I Funeral services will be tomorrow four-day sheriff's auction of ,and Mrs. Novy Hoon, Mrs. Doris CAPE KENNEDY AP-Thi)
p.m. at 11 for Hector photography equipment brought Quincey, and Miss Ann Saltz-
his home. His wife, ElizabethJoe I a.m. launching of the Syncom 3 communications
The 90th Time Around 28, was arrested by police' McLean Grady, 90, of High in a total of $13,248.05 for creditors -I man, who acted as clerks. satellite has bees
Springs, who died yesterday.Mr. of a defunct local cam-
B. Davis Sr. of Cedar is for investigation of attempted delayed one day, until Wednes
R. (Raddy) Key poised to cut his birthday cake on retired real- the Alachua
Grady was a era shop, County
the occasion of his 90th birthday yesterday. At left is his wife Mrs. Davis murder. Both are Negroes. tor and former County Commissioner Sheriff's Office reported today.I Local Reserve day, because of a faulty electrical

and at right is his oldest daughter Mrs. Ethel Cogburn of Perry. Around r Alachua connection in the .boosts
County legislator -
250 persons called to pay their respects. on "Raddy Davis Day" in Cedar and of High Springs.He After a bid of. some $3,400 for Unit Realigned rocket.m:: .
mayor the entire lot of equipment was
Key. (Sun photo by Buzz Mixson) O
was a member of the First rejected, Deputy Sheriff Win
Presbyterian Church and a Phillips began auctioning off Gainesville! 9324th Air Force

charter member of the Rotary one at a time the hundreds of Reserve Recovery Squadron has' rtmmm
L Cedar Key Native 90 Years Club. Mr. Grady wag born Dec. items that had been stocked by been realigned with the 464th .
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13, 1873 in Lillington'N.C., and the Hooper Mozart Corpora Trooper Carrier Wing, locatedin :::.:.:. }
>w had lived in Alachua County tion's camera shop on West Pope Air Force Base, N.C. :r::::::: BUY r

since' 1890. His wife, the late University Avenue. : WHILE GOOD
Has Blowout Carrie Cole Grady, died in 1952. Phillips began at 11 a.m. The realignment is part of a ?::; AND CHOICE BEEF Y
Big Birthday reorganization of the Air Force
on ry 5 Rev. H. G. McDonnell! and Wednesday, and kept on through Reserve :;:: PRICES ARE AT J.
., Rev. Hilton Olive will officiateat Thursday, Friday, Friday night recovery program. :::: THEIR LOWEST.

By BUZZ MIXSONSun there is a better place to 1 said the commercial catches of .''maxpw' services at the First Pres- and wound up about 7 p.m. Sat Capt. Charles W. Pruitt Jr., ::: r yr

Area Editor live than Cedar Key," he said, today in the Cedar Key area are .Y Y byterian Church in High urday.A information officer of the m:
CEDAR KEY-R. B. (Raddy) "I would have hunted it up." I not 10 per cent of what they ) Springs. Burial will be in High 9324th, said the local unit will

..1 Davis Sr. celebrated his 90th Raddy is the son of Peter Ha- used to be. "Too much civili Springs Cemetery. spokesman said the for the items sheriff'soffice sold benefit -from the change. -

,birjhday here yesterday. About gan Davis, who came via Indian zation and motor boats scaringthe Survivors include: one son, much ; :9Y V
brought a higher percentage ::::: ::
250-relatives and friends were fish the n :
trails from Stone Moun-' away, he gave as George R. Grady of High of their real value than us- AT : :
on hand to help him. tain, Ga., to Levy County in reason for the decline. Springs; one granddaughter and ual. ::: Z
,!:7. Cedar Key Mayor Quit man 1840. Peter Hagan Davis helped one great-granddaughter. I :;:
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(Shorty) Hodges had proclaimed Speaking on the healthful aspects The most ii < 1
survey the boundaries of what Pallbearers are Ralph Long expensive single 7Gtr
of Cedar climate,
yesterday as "Raddy Davis became Levy County and in 1850 Key's for BLAIR man, Wilson Boozer Jr., Lou item auctioned off, a camera'that GovernmentGraded
Raddy said it good
Day" and it was quite a day for was very lists at retail for about :
was appointed as the first road Cloutier, Francis Oliver, Sam $600,
the.senior citizen who ate with people who have sinus trouble. New ,Dental J :
commissioner for the county. Kelly, Guy Summers, and Dav- brought $300.Phillips .
He said he knew woman
hearty gustothe myriad dishes one id Newell. was assisted by technical 1. : CHOICE, GOOD f:
of birthday cake One of Raddy's sons, R. B. Jr., sinus sufferer who said that if j :::
and big piece :
a Standard
Williams Thomas Funeral advisor Weston McDonell,: 1 j 'mm: Available f
she in
him. is presently a county commis- had to, she would take Office
set before OpenDr. Home is in charge. .......... r4/ :
Visitors'brought a huge variety sioner. So Raddy boasts that be- washing in order to live in Ce- ..... '... I ;: We'll, cut and wrap f

of viands to spread for the ginning with his father, the Da-. dar Key. Gordon T. Blair has opened There are approximately 26- .. ........ :: just the way your
at the local vis family has figured in coun- Those who to their :: : want.t. in fact f
birthdaycelebration :, came pay a general dentistry prac- 000 policemen in New -York K frlcI t .:r::.: you may come in and ::
,,; Lisa factory. The honoree and ty government over a span of respects to Raddy yesterday in- tice at 1927 NW 13th St. City. The department has 1,500 '.y.. f;:::: watch We will also ::::::
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\ table laden about 115 cluded state and city of- .r ;: .
Mrs. Davis sat at a years. I county The 40-year-old dentist comes radio partol cars, five helicopter : .. r: cut and wrap your :.oe
with gifts, his eyes twinklingMikan Speaking o f politics, Raddy I ficials from around Levy Coun- here from St. Petersburg 12 launches and a cavalryof '.. . .... I, /rr- own beef if in '
< :Jdd's :at Christmas time. said yesterday that he had always }, ty. where he has practiced for nine 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 I I r::;: spected. Freezing ot
250 horses
and men. no extra
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-. Except forlittle heart trou- voted the Democratic ticket : Relatives on hand includedsons years. 'I I'o'u :
-.ble,". the ,elder Davis said he in a presidential election but' R. B. Jr. and Tildon; three Dr. Blair received his DMD APSCO PREMIER .f J v1CSH r

enjoyed good health. "I can't that he was not going to this' daughters, Mrs. Susie High, degree from the University of CLOTHING STORES PORTABLE PENCIL

folloWJhe dogs in.a deer hunt year. "We need somebody in Madison, Mrs. Ethel Cogb urn, Alabama in 1955. He also re- Many Other Businesses Too SHARPENER $6.00I
anymore," he said. "I just have the White House who will stand Perry, and Mrs. Henry Parker ceived a degree in mechanical ?t YwrH _save have meney tor OH rears the special acre attar package specKlae1 lasuraaceplans businesses. I

.to sit on a-log and wait for the up for states rights and constitutional Newberry. Also presentwere engineering from Auburn University p I Your premium is.discatn tad whee we ,rev.,.
I yvr preHtIt p.tici it a siege pack** ,La Chesnut Office
Q er:(o cote,bf" law," he said. i eight grandchildren and in 1948. During WW H I Call temerrew and start savmf ..... :
! Hunting is a subject close to Except for a period of about: nine great grandchildren.Only he served as a pilot in the Kirkpatrick & Edmonson I Equipment Co., Inc. i K.W. ?

,! Radd s' heart, and so is his native 10 years as a railroad engineer,I II one of the children, John China Burma Theater.Dr. Insurance Inc. 106 W. University Ave. f hone 372-3514

4 Cedar Key, where he was]I Raddy has been a commerical Paul Davis, of Texas City, Tex., Blair and his wife, Phone FR 2.8421 I -.
16 1874. fisherman most of his life. He 31 N. MAIN ST. PH. 372.8438
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Ntm Indt mimt JIM BECKER The Yankees move on to Chicago as the White Sox.wound up the as Don Wert and George Thomas -

-- t ( iti7iIs4 Associated Press Sports Writer now for four games that r season 14-4 over the Red Sox. homered. The Athletics hit

NEW: YORK- When By ARTHUR DALEY like I J Mel Stottlemyre made his second will wind up the two-week span Zoilo Versalles also homeredfor I three homers. Rocky Colavitohit
an imaginative man George his 29th and Jim Gentile his
[ which will have !
Preston Marshall founded his Redskins they then were in vital start Sunday for the during they the homer-happy Twins, 19th and 20th.

Boston instead. Washington his promotional instincts New York Yankees during Flag played the Orioles and White while Woody Held's homer in
Kirkland obtained
Willie
on
; Fortnight, and came off with Sox 15 straight games.In the eighth spoiled Jim Grant'sbid
dictated his choice of coach. It would have to be an Indian.It J_ & I other American League waivers last week, hit one of the

was. He was Lone Star Diet, captain of the legendary his second victory. for a shutout The Twins longest homers ever in Wash-
Killebrew hit
Harmon
Carlisle'Indians during the glory era of Jim Thorpe, Ameri JIM LANDIS (L), ELSTON HOWARD This time the 22-year-old right- games, the Minnesota swept the three-game series ington's new stadium a shot
42nd homer
his
ca's No. 1 football player and No. 1 all-round athlete. Come Through With Timely Hits hander whipped the leagueleading -, as with the Indians, and Grant got that landed in the 50-foot high
Twins trounced the Cleveland
Orioles 3-1. That I his first victory over his old
There is only one memory left of Lone Star. It Involved Baltimore mezzanine 400 feet from the

a. game between the Redskins and Giants. The auto moved the Yankees to within Indians 13-2, the Detroit Tigers mates in three tries. in the Senators .
Kansas 11-5 and plate victory.Ed
cratic Marshall, long a coach without, portfolio, gave orders.If 2% games of the Orioles, and walloped defeated City the Los Wins 14th Brinkman also homered and

the Redskins won the toss, they were to kick off. started Manager Yogi Berra Washington Narum his
4-1. Dave Wickersham, traded to Buster won eighth
The Magnificent Marshall watched the coin flip, saw that the talking pennant. Angeles Angels after 10 unsuccessful
the Tigers by the A's before the game
'Skins had won the toss and departed for his seat along- outfield fly I From Richmond I I
June 21.
A
misjudged called season, posted his 14th victory, starts since
side Stottlemyre was up
a pressbox telephone. helped the Yankees to their first, -
When he reached that area he looked back on the field in the and a from Richmond in the International -
i two runs game,
and gasped in horror. The Giants were kicking off. Marshall I double case of the outfield stag I League only last Tuesdayin Back
a mid-summer move to bolster .
Hornung
grabbed the phone.
gers figured in the 2-1 victorythe
"Lone Star," he screamed into it. "I thought I told you ,I Chicago White. Sox scored the suddenly shaky Yankee

to kick off." pitching.The .
Red Sox at Boston.
"We did, Mr. Marshall," said the unhappy Redman. "But over the moved next day he trimmed the
The victory
Chicago
the Giants ran it back for a touchdown. We're already behind Monday, Aug. 17, 1954 Page 9 the second place White Sox to White Sox 7-3, in a complete To SparklingIn

7 to 0." game. Sunday he went 8 2-3 in-

I Four Games nings Al Downing came in

Ranks Grow ThinnerA I within.two games of the top. and got the last out in the

decision over the Orioles.If Green Bay

few weeks ago word was received that Lone Star had things keep on like that, ,

died. The ranks of the fabulous Carlisle Indians grow thin Baugh Still Plans To Go Mel will have a starting job in I II
I
By DICK COUCH be-
ner. the World Series in October.
I
There never was a football team quite like them. Their It-was 1-0 going into the sev Associated Press Sports

players were small In size and few in number and yet they I :enth, 'when Oriole starter Milt'appas I Paul Hornung came home .I Die

toppled the giants of their generation mighty Harvard, With Old George BlandaState had to' retire when his the Green Bay Scoreboard

Yale. Army. Navy. Penn. Pitt and others. Much was due to I right arm stiffened up. Steve to life again.

the genius.f their coach. Pop Warner and much to Super- Barber came xin, ,and Roger Hornungunder won

man in a football suit, the incomparable Sac and Fox, Jim Sixth in a Series They have been burying the may be lost for the sea- Maria promptly sliced. doubleto throughout the 1963 : two

Thorpe. HOUSTON (AP) After two 36-year-old Blanda for years but son due to an injured hamstring left. He went to, third when Football League season, I

t In a few weeks there will be a new induction ceremony years out of pro football, Sam- he keeps coming back to haunt muscle. Tom Tresh singled to deep kled in his 1964 home Dal-

; at the pro football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. At the my Baugh finds the class of the the mourners. In the early exhi- Cannon Hefty short. Luis Aparicio got his debut before 42,327 San

I inaugural rite a year ago two former Carlisle Braves, Joe American Football League so bition games he has looked as Injury prone Bill Cannon glove on the ball and would Saturday night, leading ; -

Guyon and Pete Calac, were on hand to watch with prideas improved that he doesn't know good as ever, both as a passer came to camp weighing 228 have thrown Maris out at third Packers past the sputtering

Thorpe was inducted. Guyon, the most chipper Chippewain how to rate chances of his Houston and a placekicker. Trull, of pounds and may be moved over but he couldn't hold it. York Giants 34-10.

America, even was wearing full headdress and Indian Oilers. course, is the high-priced rookie to the fullback spot as competition Howard Lashes Hornung, three time -

garb. Slingin' Sam, who replacedPop from Baylor. for Charley Tolar. Sid Then with one on, pinch hitter I scoring champion, had a the

"I'm doing great," he told the well-wishers who throngedto Ivy as coach of the Oilersin "This is a much better league Blanks, a flashy running back Elston Howard lashed a liner to in 16" of his team's

shake his hand. "I have one daughter a doctor. She's June, swung a major deal than when I left," said Baugh, from Texas A & I, has impressed -right. Sam Bowens lost it in the against the i.

married to a doctor. And I'm an old medicine man myself." last week when he sent quarterback who coached the New York Ti- Baugh. lights which had been turned on Giants, who played the a

His sense of humor still bubbles at all times. During one Jacky Lee to the Denver tans in the AFL's first two The big change in the Oilers' in mid-game on an overcast day even in the first half

ceremony, the request was made that all honored guests Broncos for veteran defensive years. "Now everybody has the offense has been the shift of and played it into a double, with apart'in the last 30 minutes.Hornung rev

would please line up. Jimmy Conzelman stepped up to start tackle Bud McF din. bodies they used to wish they Bobby Jancik from defensive two runs scoring. tossed a 24-

the line. Cuyon moved deftly ahead of him just as he usedto had." back to split end. Willard scoring to
"I am a one-quarterback Boston center fielder Carl pass Boyd

do in the old days when he was intercepting passes for man" Baugh said. "Jacky Lee On the debit side, Tony Ban- Dewveall, split end last season, Yastrzemski misjudged flies by the halfback option, I

Carlisle and the New York Giants.'Natives I and Don Trull are too good for field, all-league cornerback, had has replaced Bob McLeod at Floyd Robinson and Bill Skowron after each of the Packers' I the.

both of them to be sitting on the to undergo knee surgery and is tight end.Blanda's. and both went for triples in touchdowns and kicked a -
First'"Just
bench. Ill probably go with lost for six weeks and Ode Bur- chief target again the: game with the White Sox. field goals. ( -

Blanda he rell regarded rookie will be all-league flanker Charlie Skowron Robinson homein The Notre Dame
George as long as a highly singled
a minute. Jim said the whimical Indian. "Natives
first." keeps doing.the job." running back from Mississippi Henningan. the first. wasn't the only pro to

At Center Jim Landis to in in week-end ...
tripled right points
Like all the Carlisle alumni, he speaks of Thorpe with an I
Tom Goode appears to be the third when Lee Thomas volving National and .
awe that amounts to idolatry.
CHIEFS KEEP to take over at center in and fell the'
ready staggered retrieving League teams.
"Because I played on the same team with him, said Joe,
of Bob Schmidt and John ball. Landis scored Led
front wild
on a Binge
"I had to believe what I saw. Most of the things he coulddo
Frongillo is challenging the veteran pitch by Ed Connolly. The Cleveland Browns
though, were beyond belief. Pete Calac and I were
the tackles of Jim's last team in 1912. Maybe that will give TORRID PACE Hogan 'Wharton for the Joel Horlen, with help from Saturday night offensive

you an idea of how small we were. Pete weighed 180 andI right guard job. Bob Talamini is Hoyt Wilhelm, got the victory, routing the Los Angeles

weighed 170. With Thorpe gone the next year, Pop War- \ a fixture at the other guard position -

ner switched us both to the backfield. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A doubleheader between Buffalo and Rich Michael and

"The game I remember most that season was the one .and Atlanta was rained out. Walt Suggs are the first line of- American League :Tsc I,

with Dartmouth. It marked the birth of Pop's famous double- Give the Syracuse Chiefs an Syracuse used the home-run fensive tackles.

wing formation. Dartmouth had us beaten in the first half, inch and they'll take a mile. ball.',to. make the difference as Scott Appleton, who reportedly -

10 to 7, and Pop looked grim when he spoke to us in the The Chiefs moved into the In. it took its fifth straight from, was paid about $100,000 to I CLEVELAND abrhbi MINNESOTA.It II bIs.imon CHICAGO abrhbi BOSTON I

dressing room. ternational lead about Richmond. George Smith and sign after his All-America daysat 2b 4020 Kindall 2b 3120 Landis cf 51 1 Mantilla 2b ,
League I Howser as 4000 Rollins 3t 5221 Wels 20 4000 Horton If '
'"Now's the time to spring the double-wing on them/ he 10 days ago by two percentage Willie Horton led the Chiefs in Texas, has been tried at middle Wagner If 4000 Oliva cf-rf 4321 Rob'son If 3 1 1 OY'trze'skl cf I
linebacker but wind Chance Ib 4010 Klllebrew If 4 2 1 2 Skowron Ib 3OS1Stuajb
said. points over Jacksovnille, which the opener. Roy Oyler hit a may up Alvls 3b 3000 Hall cf 0000 Ward 3b 4000 Wilson pr
"So we did. Dartmouth never saw the ball. I'd do my had set the for two months. three-run blast in the second to at defensiviend or tackle.If Francona rf 3 0 0 0 Mmch Ib .5122 Hansen II 2000 Thomas rf
pace Dicken pn 1000 Allison rf-lf 4122 Her-b'ger rf 1 0 0 0 Malzone 3b
Indian war dance back there and we hipper-dippered themto boost them to victory. Appleton breaks into the Davalillo cf 3010 Vtrsalles ss 5 1 3 4 MC'rwph-1f 2 000 Bressoud ss
Chiefs have 2Vi- be in Azcue c 3110 Zim'man c 5 0 0 0 Stephens rf 1 0 1 0 Nixon c
the will have to
death. We won, 35 to 10. Today a I Jacksonville pushed across a front four it Sieberg p 2000 Grant p 3210 Carreon c 3010 Tillman c

Guyon was a pretty slick performer and he later had his game lead over Jacksonville in run in the ninth inning to send place of Gary Cutsinger, for the Held Totals, 2b 32'1112 2 Trials 4113 15 11 Martin Horlen c p 1000 3000 Connolly Heffner p p

fling in pro ball with the old Cleveland Indians, the Oorang the standings and show no signsof its contest with Toronto into others are set with 36-year-old Cleveland .... .... .._.. .. _. CM too MO- 2 Wilhelm p 1000 Jones ph

Indians, Rock Island Independents, Kansas City Cowboys and letting up their torrid pace. extra innings, but the Maple Husmann at tackle and Don Minnesota ........ .......Ml 20013 Totals 33261 Meas Totals|! If

lastly the New York Giants. That's when he highly embarrassed They knocked off Richmond inxth Leafs came to life in the 10th Floyd? at right end. E-Siebert. OP-Minnesota 1. LOB- Chicaoo .......... .. ....101 M
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George Halas, now the. owner coach of the Chi- games of a doubleheader and scored three runs. Danny Brabham, a second 2B-Salmon. Oliva Mincher. Rollins.
Grant. HR Held (It). Versalles KII- E
(14) Mellas. DP Chicago 3.
cago Bears. Sunday, 9-6 and 6-4, while the year man from Arkansas, has ebrew (42). SB-Versalles. Allison.IP Chicago I, Boston t.2B .
Rochester used home runs by H R EH 68 SO Carreon Malzone 2. 38
Suns lost 10 inning single
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game Columbus in the first a strong Ramos ........... 1 4 4 0 0Donovan Horlen,W, '-7 ....,2,3 5 1 1
ary to stop Baugh shifts his linebackers, always .., ...... 1-30 0 0 0 0 Wilhelm ..........21-3 3 0 0
those days the ,Papa Bear was not only owner and In other action, Rochester and game.; But the jets used a single Grant. HR-Held (14)) Versalles (14), Kll- Connolly.L, 2-10 ..22-33 2 2
keeping the same man on T-2:32. A23211. Heffner ........... S 1-3 2 0 0 S'I
coach but 'also captain and right end. He put his stamp on Columbus split a pair, Roch- ; to score three runs to win side. Cline Radatz .... ...._ 1 1 0 0
Doug
ester taking the opener 5-4 and the strong NEW YORK BALTIMORE HBP-By Connolly (Hansen).
the monsters and it still endures because Halas played with the nightcap. will be in the middle abrhbi abrhbl nnolly 2. T-2:21. A-11J93.
rough and unbridled ferocity. On this occasion Guyon had fn1umbus_!________ the__ _second___ came 5-2. probably Lint ss 4 0 1 0 E. Rob'sn cf 5 0 0 0
With three base runners moving -with Johnny Baker on the weak Rlch'dson2b4Ol Aparicio IS 3000 LOS ANGELES
been tormenting the Bears all afternoon and Halas decidedhe Lopez If 4121 Siebern Ib 3000 abrhbI. .
a 3-2 pitch to Bob Burda side. Green If Blas'ame .
on Mans rf 4110 Powell If 3010 4020 2b
needed attention to teach him better manners. A
personal in the Columbus half of the fifth, Upsets Secondary Tresh cf 4 1 lOB. R'son 3b 4 1 1 1 Power 3b 4111 Crumley c
.I crashing fall might take some ofhe enthusiasm out of Cronin SaysHe'll Pepitone Ib 3000 Bowens rf 3010 Fregosl ss 4010 King rf
Burda slapped a ground singleto The loss of Banfield for a time Blanchard c 2O208rown c 3000 Smith rf 4000 Lock cf I
the Indians, especially if it was an unexpected crash. i Howard ph-c 2022 Adair 2b 4010 Adcock Ib 3000 Kirkland If
Halas waited until, he the ball carrier with conterfield to clean the bases. ,upsets the defensive secondary. Boyer 3b 4000P.ppas p 2000 Rodgers c 4020 Phillips Ib
saw Guyon, Stottl-yre p 2 0 0 0 Johnson ph 1 0 0 0 Perry cf 4000 Zimmer 3b
Decide Texas
rookie from
his back to him. The Papa Bear hurled himself at his The International League All- W.K. Hicks, a Lau ph ,1010Saverine Knoop 2b 3000 Ken'dy pr-3b I )

victim. He was in midair when Guyon instinctively turned Stars will try to take the lead II Southern, is pressing Mark Totals 33 311 3 Totals pr 32 0000 1 31 Piersall D. Lee ph p 1000 3020 Narum Brlnk'n p ss on

and brought up his knees into the Halas rib cage, break. in their exhibition series with Johnston for a corner job. Benny New York .......... .......-00* 000 21'-3Baltimore Totals 34111 Tatals : did
..._ .. _......
On oil lOt 000 1
ing two ribs. George lay on the ground, moaning a little MeetingBOSTON the major leagues tonight when Nelson, an Alabama rookie, I n Us Angeles .. .. .. ... too 1 1Washington con-
at E-8over. OP-New York 2. Baltimore .... .. .. .. .. OOP I
when Guyon waved an admonishing finger at him. they take on the Cleveland In- also is in the scrap safety. 2. LOB-New York 5, Baltimore ,. good

"George," he said. "Let that be a lesson to you. Never (AP) American dians in the annual contest at, Many observers expect the Lau.28-HR-B.Blancnard.Robinson Mans (20)Howard. Lopez Adair(s). I Angeles E-None.7. DP Washington-Washington 3. 1.- I the

try to sneak up behind an Indian." League President Joe Cronin is Buffalo. Oilers to deal for another run- SB-Aparicio 2. I Zimmer. HR-Power 2. : St.
IP H R ERBBSO Brlnkman I
Guyon delights in telling that story. In fact, everything in the next batter due in the con- ning back before the season Stottl're W, 2-0 S 2.3 5 1 I .5 2 IP H R ER .
troversial sale of the New York The series is tied 4-4. with Running was a big problem -Downing .. ..... 1-3 0 0 I 0 1Plppal D. Lee L, 5-3 .. 6 1.3 5 3 3 r 23,
life delights him. opens. ..... ...
-.4 5 0 0 1 7Barber.LS0 R. Lee ....... .. 12-31 1 1 1
"I have ten grandchildren," he says proudly and adds Yankees to CBS baseball's the All-Stars taking last year'scontest last year when the club ._..1 3 2 2 0 0 Narum W. M ._ f S 1 1 : tak
York Miller _...........2 2 1 1 0 1 T-1:53. AS.m.Four .
with an impish glee. "You might call them Ten Little In hottest topic from capitol hill to 5-0 from the New tumbled into third place with a HBP-By Pappas Pepitone. T-2:1i. A .

dians." the dugouts. Yankees.- efore a, record crowdof 6-8 season after winning .three 43382. the

Division titles. DETROIT KANSAS CITY Runs
Eastern
Cronin said he will decide to- straight abrhbi abrhM
Thomas Cf 6222GreenTh 5010Lutnpe
day whether to call a league 2b 5020 Causey ss 4011
Arthur 28,524..Jl NEXT: KANSAS CITY. Kaline rf 4010 Jimenez H 3000 Is Common shot
meeting as requested by I
Demeter Ib Sill Colavifo rf 4 2 1 1
Allyn, -president of the Chi ago 10RLEAGUE I t ''# >!.. ,'ff "?"' '7" ?'.': ''Freett.e-c5' 4'3 1 Gentile Ib 3223 sec
RQAtth Brown 4222 Edwards c 1000 to-
White Sox. Wert3b 4224Duncan c 3000 FSL ScoreBy
4 I M'AuhHe ss 4020 Ca'p'n'rl silo' 2 0 for
I Allyn contends the telegraphicvote Wick'sham p 4 0 0 1 O'Don'huepOOOO Mathews cf 4100 THE ASSOCIATED him

which 8-2 the sale Alusik ph 1000Tartabull Sif-
NATIONAL LEAGUEW approved Florida
AMERICAN LEAGUEW I lEADERS! ph 1 0 0 0 State League
L PC? G.BPhiladelphia ,
L Pd. O.B 70 45 .'Of of 80 per cent of Yankee stock to Charles ph 1. 0 0HarrelXMi Sunday night had one Mc-
.,, _
,
45
Baltimore 73 ph 1 0 0 0
San 47 SIS6! 4Pittsburgh '* consti- Rod
Francisco CBS violates the
Chicago 71 47.6C2 2 63 53 .543 TV* league I AMERICAN LEAGUE : Totals 41 111311 Totals 35575 common-they all scored
NewYork 6f 44 .400 2V* Cincinnati 44 54.5Q TV* tution. I Batting 275 at bats Oliva Minnesota : I E-Causey, Gentile, OHavito Green. ,
61 60 .504 13V York J1S- City 2. LOB- runs to win.
Detroit St. Louis 43 55 .5:O 0Mllwiukee .339 Mantle New n3 we ? Mathews. Dp-Kansas
when
Los Angeles 61 60 JC4 IJVi 60 56 .517 10V 'I' Runs Oliva. Minnesota. 93; Howser Detroit t. Kansas City 5 Fort Lauderdale beat
59 M ..*, 14V' Meanwhile Emmanuel Hr.
Rep. Freehan 2.
Minnesota Los Angeles 51 5* JOC 12V Cleveland, 13 2B-Demeter. Brown. was
Cleveland 54 44 ..4l 19 Chicago 55 62 .470 16 Celler, D-NY, chairman of the Runs tatted In Killebrew Minne Wert (I). Thomas 11. Gentile 2 (20). Col- beach 4-3; Sarasota "
54 43 .454 "Va SF-Wtckersham.
.
Boston ft. S-Wert.
Houston 50 ** .420 22 iota tS} Stvart Boston avito (29)
Washington 4, 73 .4C2 24 New York 34 12 JOS 25V House Judiciary Committee, Hits Oliva Minnesota 170; B. Rob 4 ; p',, IP H RERIBSO Lakeland 4-1; St.
74 J4I 2 V4Yesterdays
Kansas City 43 134. Wlck'sham.W. f 75 4 02oDont'ue.l.S.3
Results i I Chicago 5-4.YeslonllResults Pittsburgh 4-7 said in Washington the transac- inson.Doubles Baltimore.- Oliva. Minnesota. 33; Bres- 75 S 2 1 dumped Tampa 4-2, and
11. Kansas City S .. 2 2 1 0 1 1
Detroit
Boston. 31. Drabowsky edged Orlando 4-3.
souOV
Milwaukee 5-10. San Fran 4-2 tion afoul of the Celler-
Washington 4, Los Angeles 1 Los Angeles 30. St. Louis 0-4 may run Triples Versalles Minnesota f; Yas- Meyer _. ......2 44 S S 2
2. Boston 1 Los An 2 21 1 S 2 Fort Lauderdale's runs
Chicago! New York 12. Philadelphia 4 Kefauver, anti-trust act. trezemskL Boston and Fregosi. Wyatt
New York 3. Baltimore 1 Cincinnati L Houston 3 geles. S.Home. 1 HBP-By WkkershamGentile. Jim scored homers left I
Minnesota 13. Cleveland 2 Todays Games runs Klllebrew Minnesota. 42; enez). WP-Wyatt. T-2:24. A-f.174. on by
Today's Game Pittsburgh, Veate 13-1 or Gibson f-4 aNew Dr. Frank Stanton, presidentof Powell. Baltimore 30. Jim Palma and
New York Terry 5at Chicago! Pinarro York Rlbant 0-1 CBS, replied CBS had been Stolen bases A lrlclo. Baltimore
154. night& Chicago! Broglio 7-f at Philadelphia Snort 4$; Wels. Chicago. 1*. Swedish Duo Lanning. Joe Rudi (AP)
Only game scheduled.TafnerreWs. I 114. night& advised by counsel before Undertaking Pitching 10 decisions -New Bunker.york Saulmore. 12-4.- for Daytona, Beach.
Came 12-3. JOO; Ford.
St. Louis Craig *-5 at Houston Brown
New York at Chicago. N 2-11. night. negotiations "that the .750. Gains Finals Miami's victory came 50
Los Angeles' at Detroit. 2. IwinlgM& Only scMdul.d.Tsmarvsws. Strikeouts Downing New York, 151, ,
Cleveland. 2, IwWght games violate Radatz. Boston. 144.NATIONAL. error by Orlando \
at
Kansas city Games acquisition would in no way LEAGUE BAASTAD, Sweden (AP) -
Minnesota at Washington! N at New York. N .. .
Pittsburgh Thomson. The
Baltimore at Boston. N Chicago at Philadelphia. N the anti-trust laws, including Batting 273 at bats Clemente.327. Pittsburgh .4 Sweden's two-man Davis Cup Tommy at .
Santo Chicago
St. Louis at Houston N J45i *-S run was scored on a the
FLORIDA STATE I LEAGUEW Milwaukee at Los Angeles. N the Celler-Kefauver act" Runs.- Mays. San Francisco& fa; Al team of Jan Erik Lundquist I'
L Pet. O.B. Cincinnati at San Francisco. N len. Philadelphia. 17 Santo Chicago. M; t and Ulf Schmidt swept into the Jim Speight
Runs batted In -
Orlando Tampa 27 31M 20 .574 3V INTERNATIONAL W LEA03UI L Pet. 0.B. An American League spokesman Mays. San Francisco and ,Boyer. St. : interzone final Saturday by SL Petersburg built up
M 20 .545 4 76 41 .411 LouIs. 14. run lead in the first
St. Petersburg Lauderdale 24 24 .500 Syracuse Jacksonville 74 51 .sn 2'\ likewise says its plan to Hits Clemente. Pittsburgh 154; Williams. winning the semifinal doubles then
Miami Ft. W 2S.49O TV* Buffalo 45 54 .544 0V* Chicago. 152. and match from an experienced but nings while pitcher Jack
take a telegraphic vote as requested Doubles Williams. Chkego.
1f 2a .n2 10V 45 5* JJ4 11
Sarasota Toronto ham held off the and
Milwaukee. 30.
Maye\ outclassed Filipinopair..
11 2S Ulf 10V Rochester S3 5* .521 11 Va
Lakeund by the Yankees was Santo. Chicago and Pinion.
Daytona Beach 17 29 J* 13 Richmond 55 44 .455 10.. Cincinnati.Triples -,. Lundquist and Schmidt beat 15 strikeouts.Jim the

St. Petersburg Yesterday's 4. Tampa Results 2 Columbus Atlanta 4 44*. 75 00 Jtl JSi 27 32 given the legal green light by 37 Home; Williams.runs Chicago- Mays.26. San Francisco. Johnny Jose and Raymundo Jedelsky hit three

Sarasota.Lakeland 1 9-4.Yesterdays Richmond Results 4-4 Ben Fiery, the league's attor- Stolen bases Wills. Los Angeles. Deyro 6-3, 5-7 6-3, 6-3 for their scoring twice and batting but
Syracuse
4. Orlando 3 Brock. St. Louis. 2*.
Miami Fort Lauderdato .. Oaytona Beach 3T.davi Buffalo at Atlanta. 2. postponed rain ney and "the foremost authority -37 Pitching 10 decisions Kovfax Los .... '-'--' > third straight victory in the five- run in the Sun Sox

St. Petersburg at T.mpaIIroaota Games Toronto Rochester 4 52.Jacksonville Columbus 1,10 4-5 Innings on the American League con- Angeles., 13-4 If,*JiS.-7T2; Bunnlngs.. Philadelphia .I. BILLY CANNON I match series between the Euro- Lakeland. Dick

at Lakeland Today Oame* StrikeouU-KoufU. Lot Angeles. 223, Switch pians. hit twice, once for a
Fort Lauderdale at Beach Orlando International Indians League at Buffalo Alt-Start. vs. Cleveland stitution." Dfvsdalc, Los Angeles. 172. May

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=p.... .Nicklau....ack Dn GOLF Flood Big Loser-- nd He Has Eight Hits I



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gr AIGHr FAoe- Bflr.IRG1'U -

By MIKE RATHET a record that was set when Baltimore .. triumph with a string of eight .
.
ZP AgE 3 POf'JIlONE' IN WHIC e was in the Nations l I T-
-... flJDfg FACE CAN APEP AP-JP E,1IK "!'J..Ij; Associated Press Sports Writer consecutive hits. ti tt t
9A.W,... At-t- A e; tJgt I'y OOOP ..pt..AYe eU't The Philadelphia Phillies losta League 70 years ago. Struck Out tt i
CofJIpg
I NQ5 MO71' I AL-.
.- single game, the San Francisco I On Sept. 3, :1894, Baltimore Flood however, lost his opportunity t

Giants 'lost a doubleheader. -outfielder Joe Kelley collected by striking out

nine consecutive hits against, against Ron PerranoskL :

-- But a big loser Sunday was Cleveland. Flood, however, did becomethe

Curt Flood-and he had eight Flood, 26-year-old righthander first National Leaguer since
Stan Rojok of Pittsburgh in 1948
collected four hits as the i
hits.While to collect hits in double
eight a
the National League's Cardinals bowed to the Los Angeles .
I header. His four hits against
t. leading contenders were takingit Dodgers and Sandy Kou- the
Koufax also ranked
..., on the chin, Flood was hittingthe .fax 3-0 in the opener of a dou- among

ball on the nose for the St. bleheader and reached the ninth top performances of the season.
LAp 9L4p JlANPS IN II Koufax hurled a three-hitter
IAIP SACK 6J.tt1.Y' JlNIS W1i'wIrhp Louis Cardinals and threatening inning of St. Louis' 4-0 nightcap against the rest of the Cardinalsas

HANPS HOOPGP wtnl VRf/CAL.LV
eHINDJlANPS AlGH1'' he posted his seventh shutout,

CREAINOgU FORWA P6HAFr ANt:' I National League Boxes I and 19th victory of the season,
... OVeR6P1N 1P LAPg-
FOK. EA&B OP 60UP CONTACTpy PJZODUCEG 114E striking out 13 and lowering his

KUM&ur vis-rue MO (&OVSISfIIf' First Game Night Game earned run average to a league-
CAU&B& AM OP POWNWARPMalicious ROW. Of MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON CINCINNATI S ".. ..
.. 1NCONjy L.OW1 U1'fl1 -fl4RE. abrhbl t abrhbl abrkbi abrhbi leading 1.74. .. L.5 .
IN DIrANCIi< 'jI4C eA.1ecAU -&.- Mathews 3b 5 1 1 3 Lamer 2b 400 0 Ruiz 2b 5132 Spangler If 4 0 0 0 The Phillies, meanwhile, were '" .
Maye d 4000 Snider rf 300 0 _._ .._,.
e; CFA I? PivJ INfO IRV EACH Keough rf SOlOFox 2b 3010 1.1..1.1 1- .L 'IlT v
Aaron 2b-rf 40 1 OJ Alou rf 1000 rf I uumuaroeo DY me new IVIA. CURT FLOOD EDDIE MATHEWS RICHIE ALLEN
I NI7 NGY-m "'fl4EGUAC E,1YL.EAJP Pinson cf 3200 Gaines 300 0
"fOP .ri4 M1..L t1 MAY RAC 1" !;dUO'! 1'U r;; Cline Bailey pr'c lt> 3120 1000 Mays Cepeda cf ID 411 422 2 1 Robinson If 321 Bond Ib 411 a Mets 12-4 but still stretched Barely Missesthe Brave Leader: Raps Homer
D.J'hs'n Ib 4010 As'p'm'n't 3b 4 2 2 2
: : MEM4jAIZAI1CAL4.Y: ReeUt.'f6.1IME Torre IlK 41 2 McCovey If 4121 their lead to 4% games over
: F. Alou rf 4011 Hart 3b 401 0 Edwards c 5110 Hard cf 401
& ON? 6OM Los
eN6. Carty If 2000 Haller c 401 0 Cardenas ss 5 1 3 2 Llllls ss 4010 the second-place Giants, who Angeles Angels fo the The Braves got the job doneon pinch hitter Jimmy Stewart pro-
Balling 2b 1000 Pagan ss 200 0 Boros 3b 4111 Grote c 400 0 I Imost shutouts in the and
Mil- majors a pair of three-run homers duced the winning run off Pirate
to
Menke IS 3101M. Alou ph 1000 Jay p 3 0 0 0 J'hn's'n p 1 000 dropped a doubleheader
Lary p 2000 Perry p 100 Bruce ph 100 waukee 5-4 and 10-2. struck out 10 or more battersfor that proved more productivethan reliever Al McBean, who hadn't
DelaHoz ph 1 1 1 0 Peterson ph 1 0 0 0 Combs p 1000 the 61st time in his
Tiefenajer p 1 0 0 0 Totals 37 III I Totals 33 3 i 3 career. five bases-empty blasts by lost in 60 appearances dating

LV J Totals :3.SS$5Tota1s33474 Cincinnati .....:.......... 112 oc 002-I Other GamesIn Score Twice the Giants. Eddie Mathews got back to July 27 last year.
._ .. .. .
.. .. .
Milwaukee 000 200 300-5 ....... ...... ..... other NL action Chicago'sCubs
Houston 003 008182 the done in
6r San Francisco ............. Ill OM 010-4 -3E The Dodgers scored twice in job the seventh inning The Pirates slammed 14 hits
be-
defeated 5-4
Pittsburgh
E-Hart. LOB -Milwaukee. 5, San -Llllls 2, GaInes. Edawrds. LOB the fifth on two walks and sin- of the opener while Gene in the second game, including
Francisco 4.2BTorye
Cincinnati 9, Houston S. fore the Pirates took the second
Oliver in the
F. Alou. HR-Mays 2 (37). 2B-Cardenas, D. Johnson LIIIIs. SBRuiz. gles by John Roseboro and Dick produced nightcapfor two-run homers by DoM Clen-
McCovey (18), Cepeda (23), Mathews HR-Robinson game 7-4. and Cincinnati belted Milwaukee.
18). S-Perry. SF-Menke. 22 Aspromonte 11 Tracewski before'Tommy Davis denon and Bill Mazeroski.
S-Jay. SF-Robinson. Houston 8-3.
..... IP H R ERBBSO II IP H R ER BB SO I wrapped it up with a sixth in- Mays Tags Two "
Lary.W3.3 .6 S 3 3 0 1 Flood slammed triple two Frank Robinson's two-run
AndQuadrangle Tiefenauer ...... 3 1 1 1 1 :3 Jay. W.S .... 9 6 3 3 2 9 a homer.
Perry. L, S.9 ..... 7 8 5 AI" K. Johnson L, 8.13 2 5 4 3 1 0 doubles and five singles againstthe ning I Willie Mays hit his 36th and homer off Ken Johnson was the
Ouffalo ...... 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Jones .......... 3 1 0 0 .1 0
T-2:05. Raymond ........ 1 3 2 2 0 1 Dodgers, collecting four hits Bobby Klaus led the Mets' 17- 37th for the Giants in the opener big blow for the Reds while

Second Game Coombs Johnson..faced.......2. men 3 In 2 3rd.2 2 3 I in a game for the fifth and sixth bit attack against the Phillies while Willie McCovey and Orlando Joey Jay checked the Colts on

Vie MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO T-2:34. A8179. time this season while lifting his with four singles. He triggered a Cepeda also connected.Del six hits for a 9-8 record.If .
ahrhbl abrhb
Mathews 3b 5 1 2 1 Kuenn rf 3010 average from .291 to 302. two-run first and started a Crandall homered in the

Aaron F. Alou 2b-rf rf-1f4230 SlllMays Lanier cf 2b 401 400 0 First GameST. Koufax, now 19-5. moved two three-run second and that I second game. j You're BuildingOr

Oliver Ib 5213 Cepeda Ib 400 0 LOUIS LOS ANGLE'S days ahead of his 1963 pace proved enough. Galen Cisco,
Remodeling .
Torre c 5121 McCovey If 4 0 1 0 abrhb abrhM I The Cubs won the opener in .
In Travers Maye cf 3220 Hart 3b 312 0 Flood cf 4040 Wills ss 4010 when he won 25 games tied touched for homers by Richie
j Bit Carty If 4001 Crandall c 411 1 Brock If 4 0 0 Trace'ski 3b 4 0 1 1 Whitey Ford of the New York Allen and John Herrnstein won the ninth when singles by Dick;
Boiling_ 2b 1000.Pagan ss 1 00 I Groat ss 3 0 lOW. Davis cf 4 0 1 0 I .
-- L.-I Menke ss 3121 Snider pn 1 00 0 Boyer 3b 2 0 0 0 T. Davis If 4 1 2 1 Yankees and Dean Chance of it for a 5-13 record. 'Bertell, Andre Rodgers and ,
Cloninger p 4012 D'venport u 1 00 0 Maxvill/ 3b 2000 Howard rf 302 0
Hendley p 0 00 0 I White Ib 4010 Parker rf 100 0
By TED MEIER who had been favored In the
M. Alou ph 1 II 00 James rf 4000 Fairly Ib 210 0
Associated Writer ]{ Peterson ph 1 00 0 Javier 2b 4010 Oliver 2b 310
Press Sports Kentucky Derby and the Preak
Hnler ph-2b 2011 Uecker c 4000 Roseboro c 3 0 1 1 Doubles Net I
Malicious and Quadrangle renew ness. Northern Dancer suffered Totals 39 1014 18 Totals 33 2 72 Rich'son p 2000 Koufax p 200 0 Tourney II

their battle'for the 3-year.! a hoof injury in a Belmont Park Milwaukee ............:...004 000 411-It Warwick Totals ph 34870 1000 Totals 3033
San FrancIsco ............ 111 000 010-4 I
old colt championship SaturdayIn workout, however, and was St. Louis .. .. ............ ... 000 000 000-0
E-Cepeda 2 Mays DP-Milwaukee 1 ..............
Los Angeles .000 021 OOx-3
Stakes ,
historic declared .
the Travers at out of the Travers. Francisco San Francisco 7.25Mayo.. 3. LOB-Milwaukee San Finds More TroublesBROOKLINE I

Saratoga.The That leaves Quadrangle Mali., Kuenn, McCovey, Hiller I E-JavIer Flood. DP-St. Louis 2 LOBSt.
Menke, Torre, F. Alou, Louis 8, Los Angeles 7.
38
Maye -May*
of cious
renewal the 1 Hill Rise and
new possibly
2b .
HR-Crandall (2), Oliver (9). S-Clon- -Flood 2. Howard. HR-T. Davis (8) I INVESTIGATE
miles of the Travers, first run Knightly Manner as the proba. nger. SB-Fairly.
IP H R ERBBSO IP H R ERBBSO Mass. (AP) Elcock hadn't recovered from lion, particularly since the Mexicans -
-100 years ago, tops the week'sthomughbred ble field. Knightly Manner fin Cloninger W. 12.11 9 7 2 2 3 4Mendley Richardson, L 2-2 6 7 3 3 2 0 I
U 104 3 4 4 A 1 II Taylor .........2 1 0 0 2 0 Harried officials of the 84th National the jolt of losing Mexico's sec I elected to join Australia'sRoy McCoy's
racing program. ished third and Hill Rise fourthin haw ......... 2 3 0 0 1 Koufax W, 195 ..9 7 0 0 1 13 Doubles Tennis Championships ond-seeded team of Rafael Osu- Emerson, Fred Stolle, Tony I
the Jim Pregenzer ....... 2 3 A 1 5 1 WP-Rlchardson. T-2:24.
\I Other features include the Dandy, considered a Pierce ........... 2 2 2 0 1 -already clouded by na and Antonio Palafox Sunday Roche and John Newcombe in I Custom Built

Washington Park Handicap at prep for the Travers. First Game Second Game the absence of top foreign players when he received word that shunning the U.S. event and remaining ,

I :Arlington, the Atlantic City The 3-year-old filly championship PITTSBURGH CHICAGO ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELES -today added Dennis Rals- Ralston's ankle injury had in Europe. KITCHENCABINETS
seems a toss-up between abrhbl abrhbi abrhbl abrhbi
-Handicap and the Big Crosby Bailey 3b 5000 A'Ifitano 2b 4 1 1 0 Flood cf 5142 Wills ss 4010 ton's twisted ankle to their list forced him out of the final of the
rHandicap at Del Mar. Miss Cavandish and Tosmah. Vlrdon cf 3010 Clemens rf 4 1 1 1 Brock If 0000 Trace'skl 3b.4 0 1 0
Clemente rf 4 0 0 0 Williams If 4021 James ph-If 5 0 0 0 W.Davis cf.4000 of troubles as the tournament nearby Newport, R.I., Invita-
Northern Dancer, the Canadi Lynch If 4120 Santo 3b 3111 Shannon rf 0 0 0 0 Davis If 4010 'entered its second
I Stargell Ib 4111 Banks Ib 5031 Groat ss 3001 Howard rf 3010 day. tional.
an-bred colt MidEastSite WE GOT
appeared to have Mazer'skl 2b 3 1 1 0 Gab'lson cf 5010 Maxvill ss 0000 Fairly Ib 3000 i Tournament chairman Walter I Open Defense
I the 3-year-old crown wrappedup Pagliaronl c 3 0 0 0 Bertel c 5020 Boyer 3b 4110 Oliver 2b 3000 _
Allen ss 2000 SchaHer pr 0100 White Ib 3000 Camillt c 3000 Ralston, of Bakersfield, Calif., Sv? ReasonableCoir
after he won the Kentucky Burgess ph 1010 Rodgers ss 4020 Warwick rf 4 1 2 0 L.Milier p 1 0 1 o 'Vr'"
PickedKANSAS Schofield ss 1 1 1 Jackson p 3000 Javier 2b 4120 Walls ph 1000 and McKinley, of San Antonio,
Derby and the Preakness. The Friend p 2000 Elston p 1100 McCarver c: 3 0 0 1 Parker ph 1010 GolfersIn Tex. scheduled to SO BIG .
situation changed after Quad Freese ph 1000 Stewart ph 1011 Simmons p 3000 Top were open S. Financing
Clenden'n ph 1 0 1 2 Totals 34 4 9 4 Totals 31' 0 defense of their National Doubles AvailableGuaranteed
rangle, owned by Paul Mellon, CITY (AP Mid Totals 34 4 8 4 Totals 3t 5 14 5 "S
) ... ..... .. .
.
St. Levis .10* 300 000-4 Bob -
Pittsburgh ..._.... ... .... 000 100 003-4 ... .. ..... crown today against 'CAUSE WE
beat him in the Belmont Stakes. dIe .. ..
Tennessee State of Mur- Chicago .. ............... 000 030 011-5 Los Angeles 000 000 000-4E ClassicAKRON I I Inman of Cambridge Mass. '

Malicious, a late comer from freesboro was selected Saturdayas E-None. LOB-Pittsburgh 6. Chicago -Howard., DP-St..Louis 2. LOB-St. I and Olive Kiloff of ,Southern, CHARGE SO LITTLE \ \ \ \\ Satisfaction

t ..the Greentree Stable, came into the site of the Mid-East college 14. Louis 38 7 Flood.Los Angeles SB-T. 4 bavis. J i? Groat, PHONE
2B-Lynch, Schofield, Banks, Clemens, Ohio (AP) Twen- Rhodesia. But, despite assure rent a car from -
the with his football McCarver. ACONOCA
picture victory over championship of abrlelson Santo. 36-Amalfitano S FR
IP H R ERBBSO ty-two of the'25 leading that Ralston would .
IP H R ERBBSO money ances be .
i Quadrangle the Jim Dandy at the National Collegiate Athletic Friend ........7 8 3 3 5 3 Simmons W 13-9' 6 0 0 0 A 2-4361
Face ............... 13 2 1 1 1 0 L.Miller. L, 2-4 ... 32.3 6 4 1 1 2 winners are in the field that will! able to compete, Vic Seixas,
Saratoga last Friday.It Association for the next two .........
R. Miller 1132 0 0 1 0 ,
.._ .........
Bork. ; 1.3 1 0 0 0 0 tee off Thursday in the American -
.. ... of the U.S. ftom3Lr.i
1 0 0 0 1 captain Davis Cup
3
I was hoped that the Travers seasons. Gems ............. 1-30 II II II II Ortega I ,
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Perranoskl 1 0 0 0 0 1T2:20.
... Golf Classic over Firestone I McCOYBUILDING
McBean U .233 1 1 0 0
71 team, was prepared to withdraw
,would bring together Northern Selection of the site completesthe Jackson:123.5 .1 1 .2 6 A3L072.PHILADELPHIA
Dancer, Quadrangle Maliciousand NCAA's plans for the four Iston. W. 2-1 ..,1133 3 3 1 0 Country Club's 7,165-yard, par- the top-seeded pair rather Gas Oil Insurance All Included
T-2:38. 70 course. NO DROP CHARGETO
Hill Rise, the California colt college championships. Orlando, NEW YORK than risk further injury to the' SUPPLY
Second Game abrhbl abrhbi Theres a $50,000 purse, plus Califomian. JAX AIRPORT
Fla., will. have the Atlantic PITTSBURGH! CHICAGO Gonzalez cf I 1 2 Klaus 3b 4341 young
$5,000 in bonuses with Phone
$7,500 FR
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Coast Ahilene Allen' 3b 4131 Hunt 3b 5129 The Ralston-McKinley team is I
championship, Bailey 3b 5220 Totals 31 411 4 Callison rf 4000 Kran'pol Ib 5 2 2 0 going to the winner.Golf's OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL North Main 23d"Blyd.
Clay Group Tex., the Midwest and Sacramento Mota cf-If 5021 Stewart 2b 5120Imenete Covington If 4 0 0 0 ChrTpher rt 5 2 3 3 the tourney's top gate attrac- at
: rf 5111 Burke ph 1100 Dalrymple c 4 0 0 0 Altman If 5221 big four-Arnold Palmer
Calif., the Pacific Coast. targell If 4120 Schaffer ph 1 1 1 0 Thomas Ib 4010 Hickman cf 3022 Jack Nicklaus, Tony Lema .
All games will be played on the Virdon pr-cf 0000 Banks Ib 4010 Taylor 2b 3110 Can'zaro c 4 0 1 1 0
Clenden'n Ib 5 1 2 2 Gabrl'lson cf 4 0 1 0 Wine ss 1000 Gonder ph-c 1001 and Gary Player-are among
Will Appear same date, Dec. 12 this year Mazer'skl 2b 4222 Roznovsky c 3 0 0 0 Briggs ph 1000 McMillan ss 5 2 1 0
and Dec. 11 1965. Pagliaroni c 3 0 2 0 Rodgers ss 4011 Rojas ss 2011 Cisco p 4000 the 84 professionals, who in-
in Alley ss 2001 Slaughter 1000 Mahaffey p 0 0 0 0 elude eight PGA champions six
The 1964 season will mark the Blass p 3010Cemensrt 5021 Johnson ph 1000
Williams If 5110 Shantz p 1000 Masters winners and six former
Before WBA first time the NCAA has sponsored Santo 3b 4032 Herrns'n If 2114
such Totals :3i 7 14 7 Gregory ph-p 1000 Totals 35 4 9 :3 Totals 43 12 17 11 U.S. open champions, plus the

competition. About Pittsburgh ... ........... 302 Oil 000-7 .. ........... current Open King, Ken Ventu-
Philadelphia 000 200 011-
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300 intercollegiate football Chicago .......... ......... 101 000 002-4
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) New York .... .... .. ... 231 021 03x-12 ri.
Representatives of the group teams will be eligible tc take E-Mota. DP-Pittsburgh 1. Chicago 1. The finishing holes of Satur-
OB-Pittsburgh I. Chicago 8. E-Thomas 2. Wine Shantz, Culp DP-
sponsoring heavyweight champion part. 2B_Pagliaroni. Santo. Schaffer. New York 1. LOB-Philadelphia 5, New day's third round and the final
Clemens. 3B-Bailey. Santo. HR-Clende- York 10.29Christopher..
Cassius Clay have accepted Constellation 'non (7), Mazeroskl (?). SB-Baile>. SFAlley. 3B-Hunt, Altman HR- round on Sunday will be televised .
: an invitation to before Allen (20). Herrnstein (6)). SB-McMillan. ABC. YA
appear, IP H R ERBB SOBlass. S-Cisco. nationally by
the World Boxing Association. V T8 Columbia .W. 5-7 ..... 72-3' .2 2 1 6 IP H R ER BB SO Jay Hebert, who won the first _
Boric ...... ...... 1-32 2 2 0 0Face Mahaffey, L, 10-4 1.3 3 2 1 1 0
Bill Faversham, Clay's man .... ... ... 1 1 0 0 0 2 Roebuck .... ... 1235 3 3 0 2 American Golf Classic at Firestone C
said NEWPORT, R. I. AP) 'aughter. L 2-4 2 1-3 6 5 5 2 1 Shantz ........ ... 5 6. 4 I 2 314r ;
for the Sun in 1961 and
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day in a statement that he, attorney Constellation, apparently an improved Gregory .... 4 S 1 1 1 1 i fsco,W:13: :: : : 4 3 : : who won it last year, are back
Bork faced 2 men In 9th. Cisco PB
HBP-By Taylor -Gonder. T
I : Gordon Davidson and threat to front-running WP-BUsi T-2:39. A-22.374. I -2:44. A-24.484 for another try.

I : other members of the group will American Eagle, faced Columbia -

: appear "out of courtesy and today as United States 12.

: to keep boxing on the highest, meter yachts began the final

possible level. i trials which will determine the Great new taste

: The WBA has scheduled a America's Cup defender.The : I.

: hearing at its annual meeting' other first day pairing s. I\

starting Aug. 26 at Norfolk, Va. : matched American Eagle, unbeaten -

: on a return bout between Clay in both the preliminaryand ir'S

: and Sonny Liston. observation trials, against pipe tobacco f1 ,. %_ t'I 'Is'.

The fight is scheduled in mid- Nefertiti.don't. :

: November at an undecided site. J4 .w4iqJi

.. The WBA does not rank Liston 1 in.l'a f

in the top 10 c'hallengers and

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I. Lutheran Ritual, Views on Divorce,, B'irthControl I

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''r r This is the last erf two art; creation responsibly,before God. Lutheran churches in Europe suit of Luther's teaching. (The There 'has usually been some is the only true religion? I

des m "What is a Lutheran" This implies planning their par- have bishops, but none of the date is important because enemies -connection between the Luth- Yes, but they don't believe

j' in .the Sun's continuing series WHAT ounjRELIGIONS enthood in accordance with their Lutheran churches in America Luther often assert that eran Church. and the government they are the only ones who have i

,.nthe nation's major faiths, ability to provide for their children follow this example. Church, "he left the church to get mar- in other European coun- it. There are true Christian believers I

I .::!!\\1i 1'Our'ReUgions; Are." and faithfully nurture themin conventions, which elect presidents ried.") tries, due to the historical dev in a vast majority of

l _' 1' G. ELSON RUFF fulness of Christian faith and other officials, are elopment of the churches. Yet, the churches, perhaps in all. ;
and life. The health and wel- the main of auth-I Is Lutheranism international
instruments
; .- Arethere any. special rituals i in Norway tinder the wartime Lutherans are among the lead-

I :ia-Lutheran: worship- ? fare of the mother-wife shouldbe ority in the American churches. ? Quisling government, the' Lutheran -ers in interchurch assemblies,

, --.Tbere-is:: no requirement that ARE a major concern in such The foundation of' this authority : Lutheranism includes almost Church rebelled againstthe such as the World Council of

r r LDttffifalf:: congregations should decisions. Irresponsible co n- is in the congregations the entire population of Den- authority of the state. All Churches, because they are eager -

altwpishipJn.the :same way. ception of children up to the themselves, because in them the i mark,' Finland, Iceland, Nor- bishops and most pastors refused for better understanding and

j There is'wide variation between limit of biological capacity and free people of God exercise their I way and Sweden a majority of to obey its orders.In I cooperation among Christians

I I the, ritual:of -a'cathedral of the Predictions about this eternal considerable re-study of the selfish limitation, of the num- right to hear the gospel and i the Germans, Latvians, Eston- Germany, also, some pas- everywhere.Next .

I' CKurch of'Sweden, for instance life must necessarily be in some problem of divorce. The main ber of children are equally de receive the sacraments. They I ians, and minorities in most tors were strong leaders in the

: and "of "a small country parish sort of picture language, for it emphasis ought to be positive, trimental. Choice as to meansof cannot be held in obedience to other European countries. Mission opposition to Hitler. They quot- What Is a Metho-

". in Saskatchewan. is beyond the range of finite on the education of people in conception.control should be an earthly.hierarchy. I work has resulted in Luth- ed Luther who wrote, "If your dist?

' The service of confirmation of minds. Naive descriptions of the Christian principle of life- made upon" professional medical Each Lutheran congregationowns eran churches in South America -worldly master is wrong, and (c. 1963-4, by Cowles Magazines -

youth (usually at age 14)) on heaven and hell, which were long fidelity, rather than on advice. I its church building or other Africa, Asia and Australia. you know for certain he 'is and Broadcasting, Inc.)

I Palm Sunday or Pentecost is common in old times, are obviously means of dissolving the mar-, On this and other ethical questions -, property and is selfgoverning Lutherans constitute almost wrong, then fear God more I

a rite which has a distinctive inadequate. But victoryover riage relation. the Lutheran Church has in all of its local affairs. half of the Protestants of the than man and do not serve I

I" form in Lutheran churches. Also death is the certain des- S 5 little tendency to legislate. The Men are called to the office of world. It is impossible to give him." At present Lutheran! !:=1 1 3 5

( preceding each celebration of tiny of God's people. Do Lutherans e believe in.. church is not a law-making the ministry by God through the the total accurately. Of the 5- churchmen in the Russian zone! STATE 789

I the Lord's Supper, there is.a. birth control? society but an agency through congregations, and if they ceaseto 000,000 Lutherans who were in of Germany are struggling i

,! service of public confession What is* the attitude S of the There have not been m a ny I which the Holy Spirit shapes perform the functions of their Russia in 1918, no one knows against Communist tyranny.

r: ,which is characteristicallyLutheran. Lutheran Church to the Pope? statements by Lutheran churches and directs Christian lives in office they cease to be ministers. -how many there are now. The Lutherans in the United States MARCELLO MASTROIANNI
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I To the Roman Catholic on this question, but there' their growth toward holiness. same is true in all Iron Curtain have been unanimous in oppos- MKKEIE NORBAH ALItHTO CORDS

Private confession is practiced Church? To Roman Catholics? is no general objection to the SHow S S countries. Perhaps 70 million !! ing the appointment of an am-

II by Lutherans in some places We are more moderate in well-know fact that countless is the Lutheran Church Does the Lutheran Church would be a reasonable bassador to the Vatican be-

but is not required. In the speaking of the Pope than Lutherans practice birth con- governed? permit its pastors to marry? guess at the present world to- cause they believe it is con-

l Lord's Supper, the communi Luther was. For one thing, the'apacy trol. The United Lutheran There is no pattern which prevails Luther taught that enforced tal. trary to a basic American principle :

! cants kneel at the altar rail has been drastically reformed Church in America in 1956 in all countries, because celibacy of the priesthood wasa Lutheran membership in the to send a diplomatic representative : ViLA

r and receive bot h bread and since Luther's time. adopted a statement which in- Lutherans believe that church mistake. Eight years after the United States at the end of 1960 to the headquartersof

wine ,However, Lutherans absolutely cluded these sentences: government is a practical con- beginning[ of the reformation, was 8188289. An additional fouror a church. They have expressed -

I S reject any teaching that God "Husband and wife are calledto cern without doctrinal signifi\he himself married a nun who five million persons give"Lutheran" practically unanimous opposition -

Do Lutherans believe in heaven I has delegated supreme author exercise the power of pro- cance. had left her convent as a re- as their church preference to governmental supportfor

and hell? I ity overthe- souls of His people ---' .. when they fill out. ques- church-directed schools and Lt'

The goal of the Christian life to any 'man.. S7 tionnaires. other institutions.

Is the perfect existence which I There is' only one church, we SHOW TIME 7:30
*
Do Lutherans believe in
be when we can
will finally ours
visible Do Lutherans believe theirsOUVI.IN
believe, but it is not any -
separation of church and state?
be completely obedient to our JERRYLEIHSFEATURE
institution such as the
,
I "Creator. Lutherans do not believe Catholic Church orj the In America, they emphatically -I N
Roman
.: ,this Kingdom of God will do. Luther taught that church
I Lutheran Church.. It consists of
and state both ordained
through gradual improve- are by
come
of believ
ment of human nature. Fulfill- .all the congregations God and that each has separ- THEATRE
is
the .
whom gospel
lies be- ers "among ate, clear-cut functions. Church- '4.O 11.,4..Peu" '''.N.m f 5011
God's
ment'of purposes '
:
reached in its purity and the HELD OVER! 2 SMASH HITS!
state separation is a logical
'yond the limits of our present application -
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sacraments are administered Open 7:00 Show at Dusk
holy of the Lutheran principle See Both Complete Late As 9.45 ,
life.Those according to the gospel.! SHOWN FIRST & LAST I In
who live and die in of resistance to the at-

faith in Christ will live with (Augsburg Confession, Article tempts of human authorities to

freed from the 7.) rule men's souls.In I
Him eternally, MOiy"SRDW! ;
attitude
limitations of time and space. As for our personal the Scandinavian countriesand i kilB t
Catholics we
toward Roman
Finland the Lutheran
,
NOTICE OF CHURCH MEMBERSHIPMEETING Christian DEBBOfyNOLDSHARVEPRESNEaCOIOI
should love them as
Church is the state church, un- '"of
Notice Is hereby given that all members brothers however much we disagree '
of the Campville Baptist Church der nominal control of Parlia-
and all former members of the Church in our understanding of
is the Churchin FRaNK SiNaTRaMComEB10W
which were members on the 23rd day ment (as Anglican 2ND HIT AT 9:45
and bishops .
el March, 1956 are hereby requested to the gospel. The Pope England).
meeting of the Church i that 'CARPETBAGGER'S'
attend I special Roman Catholic :
membership to be held at the home 01 of the
Mr. J. T. Carlton Jr. on the 10 day] of Church often make profound I girl

September.The purpose 1964 of at this 7:30 meeting o'clock Is p.m.to elect. statements of Christian truth ( S. ______ S. Korea Gets CARROLL BAKER YOUR HORN
I' board of trustees of the Church In order that __
that the proposed sale of land. and peace. Lutherans know "Something Wild"
owned by the Church at Campvllle. Florida Roman Catholics are U.S. ProposalSEOUL TECHHlCOLOrl
may be accomplished and so that among ?L ,
a decision can be made as to the use of the finest Christianson % _
of ,the. proceeds of the proposed sale. many L
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South Korea (AP)
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MRS.. BLANCHE FLORA SHEROUSEMRS. LONG earth. .5 :' The United States told South -ii I: R. C. FUN SHOW THURS. 10 A.M. I
Campville Baptist Church
(3551)":17. 24. 31: ':7 What is* the'Lutheran position :ii- .' Korea today it will "help in appropriate _

NOTICE FICTITIOUS OF INTENTION NAMES TO REGISTER of divorce? \iIIII il<< .....,.".. "1"-> .........,.:!;*. .... THE EXPERIENCEOF
NOTICE Is hereby given that GeorgeJ. intends marriage to be about the earliest possib.!
God
as. ,'Montgomery the sole owners and doing Taylor business C. Jordan.under He established the On Active lement" between Japan ALIFETIME I
the fictitious name of Stuckey's Pecan -, lifelong. DutyThese South Korea. I
Shoppe of Mlcanopy. Florida, whose family as the training schoolin
address is Post Office Box 263. Gaines- learn The U.S. offer of med s.e.s.I.es.s..ee.e. **a.
\/Ill., Florida. Intend to register said which His children may officers, shown manning some of the communications equipment of the S"555
fictitious with the Clerk of the was contained in a joint ,cta_ 4 Soay1GIri
Circuit Court name of Alachua County. Florida. to love and serve one another.But .I 9324th Air Force Reserve Recovery Squadron, were among 75 men who left ment issued by Korean Foreign AIJflRII SS S

S Stete. in ef accordance Florida. with the Laws of the human 'sinfulness crops! here yesterday for two weeks of active duty at Pope AFB near Fayetteville, Minister Lee Dong-won and U.S. S

-BATED.this' 14th day of'August. A.D., up in the marriage relation justas N. C. The squadron's mission is to man Gainesville Airport in the even of Ambassador Winthrop G. \/'lheBEfIP9f

144.; M George J. MontgomerySeal everywhere else. Some marriages war as an emergency landing strip for planes unable to reach their home Brown.It \/ !

( ) become so badly erodedby bases. The 60 airmen and 15 officers of the squadron are from the Gainesville :
(s) Taylor C. Jordan was the first public. offer of 'Sr.nd New Songs plus your Beatles favorites I r
cs, *,rj > infidelity and selfishness thatto Newberry, Alachua, Starke, High Springs, Ocala, Leesburg and Lake City American help in the controversial !ss..........................."..''used...I/VII..UNITED....ARTIST'......*. ,

1-17.L-2559 J4-31J '.7. 44 declare them no longer existing areas. Shown here are (L-R) Maj. Bert Christoffers, (seated) communications talks which touched off "

S "-OFFICE NOTICE OF TO THE CONTRACTORS STATE ROAD is less evil than to try to officer; Maj. Bill Pritchett,' training officer; and Maj. Rush Choate, 'South Korean student riotc last I THURS.! "HOW THE WEST WAS WON"I I'

DEPARTMENT them going. commanding officer.ISEE pring.
keep .
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CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE agree that adulteryand

Sealed bids PROGRAMS will be received at the desertion may be grounds
State Road Department, Offices. Room should .
228. Holland Building. Tallahassee. Florida for divorce. Christians
from Qualified Contractors until 10.30 general principle bYhe
A.M. (E. S. T.) on Tuesday the 25th not legislate
day of August 1964, for the following to apply to all cases. Every ,
work: indi SUN
considered
-NOTE- case must be S. "
Proposal Forms will not be Issued later "
than one hour prior to' the time for vidually. ,

COLUMBIA opening bids. COUNTY (SECONDARY In recent years within Lutheran ALACHUA GENERAL 1101 NW 43 Ave., a girl; Mr. I .

FUNDS: STATE PROJECT JOB NO. churches, there has been August 15,1964BIRTHS and Mrs. Tommy Dampier, I-

}as f'-Mtlr summarized dedicated' on streets plan sheet In Lake No.2.City TO: JAMES R. PIERCE High Springs, a boy.

Work consists of light shoulder grading: ADDRESS UNKNOWNYou for Mr. and Mrs. John Carmichael I SHOCKING! BUT TRUE '
that suit ( )
Type II Asph. Cone. leveling and Surf. are hereby notified ADMITTEDBetty
CM.> and incidental Items. Length 1.952 divorce Hl.ss. filed agaInst Circuit you Courtof by Rt 4. city, a boy; Mr. I I I .
In the Ann
mllf's. AUc& In Chancery. and you and Mrs. Vance Walck, Cross Pullen, Viola Mc- i
FUNDS) County.
DIXIE COUNTY BONO :
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STATE PROJECT JOB NO. 30SM-3401. are required to serve a copy Complainton of your City AFB, a girl. Clain, Marie Strickland, Jean-
SR S-J51-A,west of Cross City betweenSR answer or Pleading to attorney.said SSCRUGGS. L.! ADMITTED ette E. Smith, Marian Ruth Kee-
55 (US.19) and SR 5351. Work con the Plaintiff's -
P. O. Box 1'7. Gainesville.! ter, Jane'Taylor Dianne Marie .
4" Llmerock ,
sists of liGht grading; In the of. Eugene S. Kerrick, Betty Jo -
Stabilized Basel Type 1 Surf. Trealiconc. Florida and file the original
.
.I box culverts and incidental Items. lice of the Clerk of the Circuit before Court.the Rogers, Darryl A. Hendrix, Smith Wilma Haile, all of ; ., .e..SomePeoph
on or
Length .653 miles. Gainesville. Florida D. W4, Gainesville; Clarre R. Feaster, .
A. L.
: HAMILTON COUNTY (PRIMARY Uth day of September. Mary Layfield, Henri e t ta S.-.
said Complaint -
PUNDJU STATE PROJECT, JOB NO.mll1.504 otherwise will the be allegations taken as of confessed by Cane, Ronald Corbin, Cheryl McIntosh; Betty C. Campier, S. .
SR U (US 41), between White
High Springs Vera Roberta
of Hoover, Willie James Joe all of ; Cly- S
Springs and Genoa. Work consists BOATED tilts 14th day of August A.D. Don't KnowAbout
light shoulder grading Type III Asph. 19"- S Gainesville; Ollie London, Haw- att, Lake Butler; Robert Alex-
and Type I Asph. Cone.
Cone. leveling J. B, CARMICHAELClerk ander Smith, Reddick.
Surf. Cse.i and'Incidental Items. Length of the Circuit Court. thorne.
5.931 miles. Alachua County. Florida
LEVY COUNTY (BOND FUNDS): DISCHARGED DISCHARGED
SEAL) .
SR STATE. S-JM PROJECT approx.,5 JOB miles NO.southwest 34I11-MI1 of (COURT BY EMILY Clerk WATERHOUSED.puty Jeanette Allen, Susie Gray, William Melton, Ever Lee Wilson HomeImprovement !

Chiefland JOB between NO. MJIMiOt.SR 345 and SR SR S-336 S-134.; L-3540 Sidney A. Martin, Virginia and daughter, Maxine Ham S
and i-17.11. 31 >7 I
approx. t miles southwest of Chiefland Of THE ?rapps. Georgia Williams, ilton. Maud Howe William M.
from SR 345 west and oorth to SR S-347. IN THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF THE James E. Anderson Girl Birt, Ada DeBose, Sally Brown SJ .
Work consists of light grading: a" lime- EIGHTH JUDICIAL FOR I Baoy
and rock Incidental Stabilized items.Base; Type Length 2 Surf.6021 Treat miles.A .; STATE ALACHUA OF COUNTYIN FLORIDA IN AND Latham, Lawrence Smith, Ruth and son, Wm. Albert Greene, \ I\\H' : :

Proposal Guaranty of not less than CHANCERY FISCHER. ,II Trustee Of Cleveland Jeffrey Coley Patricia Roberta Henderson, John M.
(S cent) of the total I CHARLES R. '
five percent per
Inc. Arras and Scotten. -S
Enterprises. Betty Frierson
Actual Bid. In the form of either a Equitable S

certified company check treasurer's cashIers check,check bank, draft trust "V*.Plaintiff, son, Mattie Fender, Marion Thomas ri.. Loans .. ........75- '4IT'-" ,You can do almost anything to improve -

of any national or state bank. or a Surety WELCH.No. 11803 single James P. Ramsey, Margaret Fragile looking sea anemones .
Bid Bond made payable to the Governor REBECCA S ,
of the Stat. of Florida. must accompany Defendant Lindsey, Clara .M. Robinson have been brought to the surface your home, from air-condi
SUIT
each bid. A' check or draft in NOTICE STATE OF OF FLORIDA: ; Maude Lamm, John Abner, from depths of 33,462 feet. !
amount less than five percent (S
an who.-residllftce
percent) of the actual bid will Invalidate TO: REBECCA Is unknown.WELCH Sanders Williams, Wetona Barton The flower like animals survive -: It, tioning to refinishing the attic,
bid. Should the Proposal Guaranty S
tile
required to file your .5 -
exceed' ten percent estimate.(19 It percent will be)reduced of thenerfm.nrs answer You are to hereby written defenses if Iny. of In Ronald Corbin. and even thrive at such I 5" with the aid of a Home Improvement -

automatically to ten' percent (10 percent me above proceeding with the Clerk thereof depths, because their internal I -
this Court and to serve a copy I August 16,1964BIRTHS
of the Department's. estimate. Certified upon the plaintiffs attorney. whose name pressure equals the external: t,5; Loan from the Citizens Bank.
checks shall have State of Florida'sDocumentary and address appears neceon. on or before 'k
Stamps attached. Bid, the 21st day of September. 1964. Mr. and Mrs. ,Daniel Fair- pressure of the water. When I Ibrought' J
Bonds shall cenferm te SRD Farm IMGRtv. the nature of this proceeding being a "k- Come in and tell what have
( Nevember-41) furnished wont the suit for foreclosure of mortgage held by cloth, 629 NW 34 PL, a boy; to the surface, the animals -: S us you

Proposal All work Farm.Is to be done In accordancewith premises Plaintiff upon in Alachua the following County. Florida described to-. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers, usually die. ': in mind, and we'll tell you about
the Plans Specifications and Special wit:
Provisions of the 'State Road De- Commence at the Southwest corner; of . . .' '. .. .. 1I
partment. Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quar- I the low rates and long, long time
Plans and or Proposal Forms maybe ter (N E ><. of t4E U) of Section 33. S
purchased by Qualified Contractorsupon .Township 7 South. Range 17 East ::. Let Beneficial 1 put : :
application to this oHic for SilJO thence East'20 feet, tnence' North 627 S you have to repay with a Home I Improvement -
per set. Extra sets of Plans for prospective feet. thence West JOf feet. thence : .
bidders and plans tor non-bidders south 627 feet to beginning; the decreeing : .
may be purchased for 120.M per set. of the sale of, said premises .. nn Loon.
Orders for these documents should bedirected and for other further and general reDONE !
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to the Engineer of Contracts. I S
with checks payable to the State Road AND ORDERED at Gaines- i :
These chargesInctod State of Florida, ; = :t-'
Department of Florida. ( ville. Alachua County. : :;...
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12 Gainesville Sun Monday August, 17, 1964

TELL THE OTHER} TEAM WE'RE (ISN'T THAT 600D STRATE6 l? I DON'r LNDERSTAND1HE5E'
DEAR ABBY rn lJ soe+EStVa 60ING TO f'lA1(THEN A.T A MANAGERS WHO REFUSE TO
.1 CERTAIN PLACE THAT KNt THE 065 600D 51'RATE6Q!

What's your problem For a genera ;''JzH! eRaw"w REAL PLACEANDTHBiWHEN THEVrrr {
: ) ocNr9JDW U tIE.L kJlN PiI fORFEIT!
N. .v Wise Words reply, write to Abby. Box 3365.
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Beverly Hills Calif., 90212., and < tl

include a self.addresed stamped en- ; .

., Abigail Van Bur en velope. Abby answers all: mail. v

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DEAR ABBY: :My husband told me about a Billy dreamhe DEAR WANTS- : You probably can't. And even if you could, BREAKFAST ROBE, OH.VO'NEEDNTOF -AH NEVAH THOUGHTAH'D WHY IS WE'REWE

had last week. He dreamed that this friend of ours came he sounds like the type who'd have to get half-plastered be- CASUAL LUNCHEON GONE TO THE SEE HIM LOOK SO LOI. LY HO'STOPP

to our house with no clothes on. She just walked in naked fore he could get the nerve to go through with it. Marriagemust HERE IS THE 10 SUIT FORMAL TROUBLE.AH INc3CrySEATIN' UNTIL HE WAS LAID OUTIH I SIRr I
and sat down in the parlor. I was upstairs at the time. She of RESTOFVOUR DINNERCLOTHES NO MATTER HIS PINE zoxrr-) HERE?
be lived in the cold, clear, sober light reality.
WHAT AH WEARS:
told my husband that I had told her to come over withno Promises that come out of bottles are usually the first to WARDROBE-- SUPPERr SUPPER
clothes and saidto .F ,, ::1J-----
on. My husband came running upstairs go down the drain. Scratch Jerome. ,
me. "Why did you tell her to come here naked?" And *
that was the end of the dream. 1 ;ha 1 1J
' DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were intrigued with your
I
But the
; My husband thought this was very funny. more
suggestions on how to keep a' neighbor's chickens out of
thought about it, the less funny I thought it was. Why .
one's husband wants to know if have f.a
yard. My you any
should my husband be dreaming about another woman withno
clothes on? I discussed it with a friend of mine who is suggestions on how to keep our neighbor's ducks from fouling a .
up our horses' water trough. The ducks come over and swimin ,
known for her good sense and she said I shouldn'tworry I
it, leaving feathers and other dirty matter behind so that Er I
because if husband had had out-of-the-way ? 1OKft
my any the trough has to be emptied and cleaned out every day.Is .
thoughts about this woman he never would have told me the .. -
there a solution to this problem? _
dream. I remain- nI
UNCONVINCEDDEAR GENESEE, IDAHO I THARS S WON TWO

UNCONVINCED: Your friend is wise. Believe her. DEAR GEN: Horse sense tells me it's duck soup! M I'D A-BEEN HOME LEFTOVERS' I If DOLLERS AN'THUTTY
p" SOONER PER SUPPER, INTH I POTIy CENTS
[ STONE = f
DEAR ABBY: I have been going with Jerome for three MAW- BUT I GOT CO gyp it
CONFIDENTIAL TO A SCORE OF CLERGYMEN AND "
years. I date others, but Jerome is the man I want to TIED UPINA y
MANY MORE LAYMEN: When 11-year-old Debbie wrote to CARD GAME
marry. He says he loves me, but he only proposes to me x
when he is out with the boys and has had a few drinks. ask why, since there was a Mother's Day and a Father's rnot 8f

Then he calls me up in the middle of the night and asks Day, there was no Children's Day, I replied: "There is. Andit

me to marry him. He doesn't drink at all when he's with falls on each child's birthday." a )( iLy

me. How can I get him to ask me to marry him when I stand corrected. There IS indeed an official Children's Q t F.c I

he is sober? Day. And it falls on the, second Sunday in June! Twenty 1l J

WANTS JEROME swats with a rolled-up calendar for Abby. 9
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1.TELL YOU, CHEF, AND KNOWING\SNOUIDf4 I'WE BUT INTERCEPTORS I
HES ON HIS WAY HEREIN / My FAQ, )ALERT THE WOMT BE STENOUGH
BUT MV FATHER TALKED THE OTHER IT CAN I DEFENSE WHAT?
. I i TO ME. | HEARD HIM SPACE COUPE ONLY MEAN /DEPARTMENT?
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Monday Evening Romero. (Color) A musical chron- O I Love Lucy ( Tim 99641,

5:00 Q Best of GrouchoO 8:30 O Vacation Playhouse"The icle of a neghborhood 10:55 Q CD News A 8-t7 t1 Tlr1blk

Adventures in First Hundred features the Quinto Sisters -11:00 Q CD Concentration .c-( ,

Paradise Years." Engineering student Leslie Uggams, O McCoys .
CD Movie: "Bodyguard" Ben Duncan wondersif Deirdre Damon, Mary 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy A
Lawrence Tierney, Pris- he is being fair to his Lou Ryhal, Bob McGrath, O Pete and Gladys --- -

cilla Lane. wife and baby to work Bill Ventura, Paul Frie- 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When PIPSQUEAK, / -
5:25 O Moments in Sports his way through college sen and Victor Griffin. O Love of Life YOU ASKED FOR li CUT IT -

5:30 O Newscope especially when a buddy 10:30 CD Fugitive 12:25 O News z ASDONSANTELL THECOUNTRYSNEW, HARRY/

O News makes a tempting offeron 11:00 Q O CD News, Weather, 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or < SINGING SENSATION, YOU'LL
5:55 I CD (Color) Local News, a surplus sales deal Sports ConsequencesO O DRIVES INTO THE 1 :. KILL HIM/
OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN.HE
Sports, Weather First seen in May 1962. 11:25 O Movie: Search for Tomorrow & GETS INTO AN ,. +a
6:00 O News, Sports, 9:00 O Danny Thomas "The Big Broadcast of 12:45 O Guiding Light ALTERCATION j

Weather Danny imports a young 1938." ((1938)) A musical 12:55 Q CD News O WHICH HE HASPROVOKED! I c
6:30 Q I CD News Italian songstress to appear comedy involving a num- 1:00 Q Convention Preview 11-4! \
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O News at the Copa Club, ber of weird charactersand Continued coverage of > s
O Compass Rose but then learns that she a transatlantic steam- Democratic P1 a tform >< L2' ____

7:00 O Zane Grey has given up pop music ship race. W. C. Fields, Committee, Washington, W

Theater for opera. Bob Hope, Martha Raye, D.C. M
"Man From Everywhere." CD Hollywood and the
Dorothy Lamour, Shirley O Midday I IDAGWOOD II .
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The townspeople seem to Stars Ross. (One hour, 40 min.) CD (Color) TV Bingo
be getting lynch fever "The Unsinkable Bette 11:30 Q CD Tonight 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's Makea

and Sheriff Morgan decides Davis" is seen in film TUESDAY Deal SHOW HOW 19 "It SOME HURRICANE J
it's time to move clips and still photos of Morning and Afternoon O As the World Turns Y TO THEY WORK VOU IN I 0 DAISY LAMPS SNEEZESr'r "
his prisoner. her professional and private 6:10 CD Continental Class- 1:55 O CD News COME SEE THE AM. EMERGENCY AND THEY
HURRICANE i ; GO our
O Rawhide life. room 2:00 Q CD Loretta Young LAMPS I =
"Incident of the Trail's 9:30 O CD Democratic Convention American Government O Password SOUGHT SALE TODAY ON iJ i J 1 I
End." Favor meets up Preview. "Government and Busi 2:30 Q CD DoctorsO aA !

with his former boss (Special) Taped high ness." House Party ,

Harry Maxton and asks lights of today's sessionof 6:15 O ScopeO 3:00 O CD Another World z io d

him to join the drive. the Democratic Plat Humanities C-52 O To Tell the Truth

Maxton accepts, but he form Committee hear- 6:30 O Religions of Man 3:25 O News a ip4 r

doesn't mention that he's ings, which began todayat 6:40 CD I (Color) Living Words 3:30 Q Q (Color) You Don't
been told by a doctor the Sheraton Park Hotel 6:45 O Pastor's Study Say C

that's he's going blind. in Washington, D.C. CD Hi, Neighbor O Edge of Night 8.17RELAX.
CD Movie: House Majority Leader 6:50 O Farm and Home 4:00 O Match Game
"You're My Everything." Carl Albert of Oklahomais 7:00 O CD Today O Secret Storm

(1949) committee chaIrman., Robert C. Weaver, authorof CD (Color) Popeye's Pals
7:30 O (Color) Monday Nightat Elie Abel and Frank "The Urban Complex," 4:25 Q News HONEY AND. A FEW MINUTES LATLfc- AHHH.-

the Movies: McGee reporL"Hollywood is guest. 4:30 O Woody Woodpecker CHILE! .YOU'RE LOVELY UNES..-A GREAT PEKfORM' ..
"The Racers." ((1955) Bus and the Stars" O Local News, Weather O O Democratic Con- w AFTER BEHAVING WE'LL GO HOME BY ATUAIIY LEEI'M RIDING WITH THE I AND A REAL THOROU4HBRED.-I'M SURE, .
LIKE A PLUMED SORT OF SCAREDY CAT---
driver Gino B o r g e s a will not be seen this even- 7:05 O Ranger Hal vention Preview KNIGHT THROUGH THE. BACK W>AD5, PATSY: ABOUT FA ST SPORTS BIG DADDY OF CRAZY ASOUT HE*!! .I ALSO LIKE

crashes his homemade ing.O. 7:50 O Local News, Weather (Special) Frank: McGee j DINNER.IEE. MAKES HOW I WANT THIS BABY TO SHOW PERFORMS YOU CARS DRIVERS ALL SAFE.! THE CAR PA!

racing car to avoid hit Andy Griffith 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo and Elie Abel analyze Q A DISTURBING WHEN THERE'S NO -
ting a dog, and the pet's Andy and Barney are both 9:00 O Divorce Court highlights of the Democratic : SUGGESTION- TRAFFIC AROUND!J ACANY ;;

grateful owner stakes captivated with their new O Bachelor Father Platform Committee :

him to another car, and captive, Angela Carroll, CD I (Color) Romper Room hearings, taped earlier 1
another chance. The a suspected jewel thief. 9:30 Q People Are Funny today at the Shera- f

racing scenes were shoton Andy: Andy Griffith. CD Jack La Lanne ton Hotel in Washington, ..r N

European Grand Prix Barney: Don Knotts. Otis: 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy D.C. Peace Corps director "
circuits. Kirk Douglas, Hal Smith. Aunt Bee: CD (Color) Cameras. R. Sargent Shriver'

Bella Daryl, Gilbert Roland Frances Bavier. Please is a scheduled witness to

Lee J. Cobb, Cesar 10:00 Q O Sing Along 10:30 Q CD Word for Word day. .


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LET SHORTY _AND THEN A STAON6 HAND DEFENDS: BUT MIST> Et YOU'AE IN3PS A
SMILE With Art Buch valAManWho d z i FOT ET DOWN J JOTTA I OFFICERI- CLOSED PAVILION I
e 6ETA GOOD IIf. WE KNEW WE'P
I 17 DOOD.YS! NOTES3ETACTTON..PD i LIKENESS-LIGHT IS EVENTUALLY CATCH
< i MIOHTY BAD I You TRESPASSING/ '
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MEET HIS coN-
WASHINGTON The Democrats The second most pressing Great brains have been work- approval, that they've given us > FED5RATE... I

are starting to firm up, problem is how to keep 3,000 ing on the problem for weeks. something money can't buy at

their show in Atlantic City and delegates in their chairs duringthe One suggstion is that since you the Democratic Convention N __
so far it sounds like quite a convention when there isn't are going to have two nominators -' and that is a double room with ,en f

convention. They're going to much going on. It would look you might as well have two a bath. -- -

show movies every night, mak- bad for the television audienceif spontaneous demonstrations,
ing it the first political film there weren't many people in one after each speech. But the Deadline Near

festival in American history. the hall while the speeches were television audience might think CAM t sO gow WOW ABOUT A COULD tt
There will be fireworks to cele- being made. this is a bit much. For 'MissSouthland' A PEN,BEETLE? piece OP PAPER : BORRow SOME'THING5' WE8EEN

brate Lyndon Johnson's 56th Pleas will be made to the del If you have the demonstration! I WANT TO WRITE AND ANEMIElADE POLN5TD

birthday, Perle Mesta will give egates to remain seated duringthe after the first speech, then all! a MY FOLKS ? OH

five parties, and Carol Chan- evening, and lounge facilities the other nominator would be ALL RIGHT
<
DAYTONA '
ning is going to sing "Hello, off the floor will be kept to doing was to second the nomi- BEACH Thursday sua ..rs
Lyndon." The rest of the program a minimum.The nation, which is not the sameas is the deadline for enteringthe I q MOOG4R ,

will just be icing on the' real problem here seemsto nominating the candidate. If Miss Southland Beauty Con-

cake. I' be: if you have 25 per cent you wait until both nominators test, a pageant open to southern I O 6&a 5ar
.
This is not to say that the of the delegates without baths, make their speeches before working girls.Contestants
Democrats won't have prob-I, how do you keep the other 75 your demonstration, you haveto must be from 17 I a S
lejns. The most pressing one I per cent from walking out dur- refrain from using the words to 25, unmarried, and have lived .
seems to be the question of ing the long hot sessions. "Lyndon B. Johnson" in the most of their lives in the South.

housing. Some hotels in Atlan- Another problem the Democrats first speech, or you might set offa They must be employed, although i r

tic City are lacking in modern have raised is the ques- spontaneous demonstration ac babysitting is permis-
sable for
employment students
plumbing facilities and there is tion of co nominating speeches. cidentally.
who wish to .
compete.The
a good chance that many delegates President Johnson has decided We've come up with a solu- Hc'S NOT > WELL, YES. GET z Hope eau car ,
will wind up in rooms he wants Gov. Pat Brownof tion which we've, passed on to contest will be held Labor XXTBE sore THt5 Eft THE WAN, UEUTENANT... OUT OP HERE, THE WHO t3ElIT
Day weekend. It is sponsored M.91 ONE OF THE MEN /LIEUTENANT. CAN I 6O NOWPALAVER..' 12711, DUPDYUI
without baths. California and Gov. John convention planners. Why not As ?
5W VOU
How these rooms will be allotted -Connally of Texas to nominate have Gov. Brown and Gov. Con- by the city recreation depart! JUDGE PARKER '-t -
and Central Labor 4 ,
ment
is up to the Democratic him. The purpose ofa, nominator -nally give their nominating Union, TAKES GARY CAVE '
National Committee, but the is to set off the spontaneous speeches simultaneouslyat Inc. I TO POUCCH&APOUARTERS _r ,
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chances are good that those del- demonstration for the candidate either end of the platform? < I TO IDENTIFY ONE / --- r..

egates who haven't shown too When he says the magic Their speeches would be timedso Seek SprayersA j Of- HIS ASSAILANTS, "') ...
much enthusiasm for President words, bedlam is supposed to they would finish at the t"'I GAR LOOKS AT f '.
FKANKJE PALAVER
Johnson's programs will be given take place in the halL same moment and they would limited number of jobs are I ANt FENIES i
the bathless rooms. To pla- But if you have two nominators -both say the magic words available in central and South HAYING SEEN 7' I .pr
cale them, the National Committee the question ariseswhen "Lyndon Baines Johnson" to; Florida coastal areas for quali I'-' HIM I

is thinking of issuing salt do you have the spontaneous gether. fied mosquito sprayers. : .817\

,water soap, at its own expense, demonstration? Is it after the I The planners were so grate- The Florida Merit System, a I::> r\ 4\" WAj 1 :

:lin case these delegates would first nominating speech- or after ful for our suggestion, which 'state agency in Tallahassee, is I j \\I\\\\I\ 11 \
like to bathe in the ocean. the second? still has to have White House accepting applications. i1 1 wTM
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Monday. August 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13.

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Announcements 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED' lIIIUBIIIlIDlllllll/HlmHlmllllllDillllllJl/ =wmnwmEm1wmu1wuum3umEli9 34 Waterfront Property


LADY with accounts receivable experlence. $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! IOIRIARC.tSISTIAMI.1(
WANT-AD RATES
Typing essential. Age 21 i| I II 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe ILl
to 45. Apply Mrs. Kates, Ruddy's river with V4 mile Rd. frontageon

4: PERSONALIZED SERVICE Dept. Store. | PH. 372-8441 St. Rd. 236, less than 3 mi. IAIMIIEIRSGIAIL-It.INIAI

FREEI TO WOMENI Make $50 to I W. of High Springs. About 80''
L:tMKN (0 DRlVEl bpeciai altentlon S250 with finest Christmas CardsIn acres cleared farm house shed ACROSS 28. Defeat INIAiSSo11AIL TE1
to nervous or elderly. the South. for and storage room spring. Ideal
Easy Way. Driving SChool FR lied designs; religious Beautiful personal- i Club or Camp site. Gratify 29. College AIBILICORFr.1AfpI(

__7-7002. Lie. bv Stat. ol Fla. gift Items. Write for Free greetings AnnIversary ;- I| Classified I RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor Songlike cheer fLAIMIAC.jPItI.aTjOI(

KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON offer; Sample ,Outfit on Only I 11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph 376-1359 10. Secretly 30. Skulk
approvaL Southern .
Beauty on II Budget Greetings, 478
All work guaranteed No. Hollywood, Dept. 119, Memphis Individuals 31. Passing

Perm. $5 up Sham-set $1.50 up 12, Term. I| DEADLINES. FIVE RETIREMENT rooms and bath RENDEZVOUS on Lake Al- 14. Adjoin fashion IwIAITIcIRcIAItE.(
14 E.Univ. Ave. 372-7724
WANTED desk clerk for the Holi to. Furn.. Incl elee. GE N1IApIIDrlAIGI
; range 34. .
measure
O.n night' by II ppt.SrtCIAL day inn. contact Nick Doffing. I Tues. thro Fri. papers-5 pjn. Day before publication refrigerator, oil heater good water Li 'ik\ Digraph Type

._"00 SW 13th 5?.. FR 23311. i For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. SilL dock and boat shed. Lg. 16. Through ( U S AIGi.1

:!. NOTICES EXPERIENCED waitress, hostess & I[! For ads. to go In Mon. paper-I pjn. Sat. Cleared lot. 10400. 468-1758. 17. litter Independent AfD1E.I5 PlAit.. 0 rIIAIRI

THANIC., YOU for making the part son. time University cashier.Inn.Apply 1901 In S.per W. ;; | (Minimum ad 4 lines) i i IiI OVER bearing 30 acres pecan of trees.lake front Also 5 many furnished 18. Zealot Ireland IBIAl < I- C.151T LtdM1

1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe 13th St. E houses with dock and deep 19. Visit 36. Famous

success It was. Gainesville | FAMILY RATES I well pump. Many extras. On 20. Moist desert (Solution To Sunday's Puzzle)
."Junior Woman's Club Home 12 Male Help WantedLAB Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis

Builders Assoc. of Gainesville. | Insertion ................... ................. ......... SAc Una Jewelry Co.Cedar 21. Swamp 37. Terminated 3. Possessive 7. Wheel track
I will not be responsible for any TECHNICIAN construction E i Insertions .............................................. 22c line == 24. Launder 40. Enumerate
debts incurrred by anyone other materials, =| Insertions .............................................. 17c line g Shoresfine 41. adjective 8. Part of to
than myself after this date. August school education must &have own high I car. 12 InsertIons ....... ....... ................................ 14c line is Key 25. Discerning Abounding Tellurium be'
13. 1964. Pittsburgh i Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat. earn- i 5$ homesites from $2250
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Testing Lab. 333 SW
6th I ed x number of Insertions. !i 26. Nautical DOWN symbol 9. Purge I
TerryAnthony Mathb, 1506 N. E.jQh Ave. Call Mr. Ward 372- non-waterfront from $1510
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Terr' 0255. = triangular 1. Auld Lang 5. Slander 10. Swab

WANTED retail Five Icnw WOrdS Mr One Marina LocationsINVEST flag 6. Possessive ll.Soras12.NewEng
milk route salesman I
8. Baby SiHers Child Core age 25-45 must be bondable. facilities 27. Remainder 2. Employer pronoun II
needed here
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Apply to Jim Johnson at Carl- it Sam.as2llnes =
[ keep infants and childrenirr ton's Dairy phone 372-5404 for ap == 8 Ft. ordinary type lander I
I pointment.- I Motel Locations
my home. 1 Z. 3 4 S 7 a 17. Despicable
Call FR2516a.KIDDIE Route man needed at once, Canada == 12 Pt. Samt as 3 fines INVEST: accommodationsneeded 18. Tooth
Dry Bottling ordinary type
Co. 376-5825. 405 NE
KORT CHILD CARE 33rd Ave.WANTED 10 II' IZ 19. Carrie .
Day wk.. or mOo Old Newberry i Sameesdffnei Chapman
Rd. Planned programs. Pick up TTS Operator good workIng !i!! 18 rt.ordinary type 5"" DAVID ANDREWS- -
at LIttlewood conditions, good pay. Contact 13 15 20. Grime
and Terwilllgerschools. i. ----f: = = :
Call FR 2-6667. Sun.MECHANIC Stafford. Caldwell Gainesville REAL ESTATECEDAR 21. Defaced

TINY TOT over 20 with it 24 Pt36ft. Same .* 5 line* KEY 3841 or 3831 iT n 16 22. Pelagic

tools. own ordinarytyps .I 23.Hasten
Apply in person. Millers ..1 '/ '.fF
PLAY SCHOOL Esso. I II 35 Houses for 19 VhU
Mr. Miller 2106 SW 13th Sale Q '" /.h m Secretary
Visit us and see for yourself. St. /1 of State
OWNER LEAVING 3 BR., CCB. 753 21 22 23 :; 24
-a SE 8th St. FR 4-7806. WANTED experienced grill cook I I fll6rr4lW&
2 baths, for lawn. 26. Cap
apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant I Sam as 7 lines pump $500 dn.
COMPETENT mother will care Assume - '
FHA mortgage. 2-7543 28. Scorched
for children. reasonable In her 310 NW 13th St. ordinary type _or 2002 N. E. Uth Terr. Z5 16 -
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone YOUNG 30. King of the
man 20 to 23 to fill vacancy 8' 5: ..
Fft 4-4481. in progressive 4 BEDROOMS. 2 bams NW. Phone &
company. 27 "l"U / / / Jungle31. -
Only hard working young man interested =! The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one s GR 5-4171. h 'lh Sullied
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED In future need apply. Ap- i for In adver- NEW .
so incorrect Insertion nor will It be Hat any error g 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath SPICE kitchen scheme with -
ply Aetna Finance 15 N. Main. 32 i tisement to I greater extent than the cost of the space occupied = carport and utility room. $9,800. checks in a red green. blue your 29 30 :; 31 31. 'JJ 32. Cain's
BOOKKEEPER. General. Some em- WANTED University of Florida i by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will 3 $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR favorite colors. brother
phasis on accounts payable S. pay student to work full time before !i be made on error that do not materially effect the value of soma 2-3355 days. Big. bold checks in 5-to-the Inch 34 35 36 -

efits.roll. Full-time.Prestige company All company in Gaines ben school starts then part time ====i advertisement.Th. sI = 4 BR 2 bath CCB A-C. Ig. util. cross stitch set off kitchen accessories = = 33. Accomplished -:
afterwards. Room rent to & Gay on cloths, towels -
constitute fam. rm., elem. school
ville. Write Box 488-A c/o Gaines. I Gainesville Sun ef near
rese.-ves the privilege revising or i tlecttng 37
curtains. Pattern 753: six 6x7.lnchmotifs. 39 39
part payment. For & Club. $13,500. Old
ville Sun.COCKTAIL. information any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to = Boys' $450 dn.. 3i Fr.cola

call FR 6301LWANTED chance the classification of any advertisement from that ordered g plus closing. 3729714. Thirty-five cents In coins for this 3 oTAfr. antelope

Apply in person WAITRESS.to Thirsty over Gator 21., to conform to the policy of the paper. FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer pattern add 15 cents for each 40 :: = : : 4f1: : =
433 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 P.M. : g equity in 3 BR 2 bin built-in pattern for 1st-class mailing and
mUIIIIIIIIIIIIIllI1 kit., terrazzo floors cen. heat. special handling. Send to Laura 38. Therefore
WANTED saleslady must have lew- LIVE SNAKESReptile Phone 374-8777. Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft Par time 20 min. *f Newifeofwres fl-17 39. Provided

airy store experience & references. Importer In Southern Cali 18 Schools & Institutions 32 Mobile Homes For Sale MOVE IN TOMORROW Dept., P. O. Box 141, Old

Steady position, good salary. fornla would like to hire persons Unusual floor plan sets this three Chelsea Station. New York 11, N.Y.
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. In or Gainesville. Fla. iPEEDWRITING SPELLING FOR SALE Print PATTERN NUMBER
ntfr to cap Newberry Trailer Park, bedroom two bath home apart plainly
WANTED experienced waitress. ture local snakes. lizards and am- CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING one mile north on 41, $600 down. from others. Lifetime terrazzo NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant phibians and send them to CalIfornia Secretarial Courses Classes now $60 month. Total $9,900. Ora Ball. floors newly redecorated. Builtin NEW FOR 19451! 200 designs -
310 NW 13th St. at Importers expense. Will form. Howell's"' Business College, Archer Fla. kitchen. $600. down includes more fashions to knit crochet than
pay 35 cents-ft. for most snakes 21S W. Univ. Avenue. FR 4- t ;;$tprlces. easiest terms largest closing. $101. per month Includes everl Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn under 6' long and 50 cents-ft. for 3507. taxes dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts.

up to 15 per hour demonstrating 'I snakes over&6'. If Interested send MEN 1 women IS to 53 to train for We trade display for In anything.central Free Florida.delivery and Hugh Insurance.Edwards Inc. for new Needlecraft Catalog. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol -
famous Studio Girt your name address along with 376-7971 VALUE I 16 COMPLETE QUILT
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time a list of the 5 most common species CIVIL SERVICE up to 100 miles.FRAILER PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt IDLEWILD Painted CCB. 3 BR's CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 4 i BR modern home on I acre of
Phone 374-4334 after 6. of snake in your area to E. Examinations. For Informationsend MART FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. Book. For beginners experts. Send 2 baths Fla. Rm., built-in rangeS land. 7300. Terms. Phone GR
Meyers. 353 W. Bennett Ave.. name address & Phone No. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 fuel tank, 100 shrubs. brick patio 50 cts. fowl oven cent. heat room air-con- -2277.
Beautifully kept must be If
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary _Glendora Calif. Key Training Service. 112 W. East Palatka Phone 328-1050 fenced yard near elementary ditioning Ig. shaded lot rear seen.
to begin work by August 21, Adams St.. Jacksonville. and lunlor high schools new elem. school. 376-4109. you are looking for a 2 bedroom SACRIFICE SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith GRILL MAN. experienced top sal 8 x 40 trailer with I x 20 furnished screened porch 3 B R, 1 bath, 35 Houses for Sale 1 bath home with screened porchon Moving In 10 days. was $19,000.
experience and ability. ary. Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant Real Estate Exam cabana close to campus In student $500 down, if you qualify FH... 2 BR home on corner lot lowdown a large corner lot. Immediate now $18,000. C. heat shady lot.
Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and 14 S. W. 1st St. behind park only 1200. Call FR 6- See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. NfcW 2 bedroom frame house just payment $60 per mo. Located occupancy. Jll/iOO. See at 3708 N.W. 22nd Place. 3723029.
Blue Shield. For Interview con- Sears. COURSE 2797. See at lot 21, Inquire lot completed. nice wooded lot, 5 at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call 1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone _
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 ATTEND First lesson free. 15 in Glynwood Park behind Fla. 3 Br., 2 bath. CCB cent. heat and miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-4570. Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. Dick Robinson, Associate. Ralph
Clayton. Phone 372-9591. riOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLtoE Power on Archer Rd.Ya'll air cond. 100 x 160 Lot. 1900 Fossey, Realtor at 376-1359 dayor JWK
yrs. old needed for BY OWNER NEAR WEST.
paper routeIn sq. ft. Paneled family room, fireplace HIBISCUS PARK area near UnIversity -
COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave night 11 West University
WANTED TTS workIng the N.E. Section. WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR 2 bath
Operator. good Wonderful FR. cathedral ceiling. 3561 lovely 2 BR, screened
6-3507 3723727.
conditions, good pay. Con- experience for your son daily ComeSee NW 34th PL $23.950. Owner leaving pOrch. on lovely lot cen. heat. Ig. LR family room built In 3728404SO
tact Stafford Caldwell/ Gainesville contact with the pupllc prepareshim U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! state. 372.9896. excellent condition. Under "2.- kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Avenue.MERRILL
for a leading role in his 000 S72 per month. FR 4-4182. 4 HEAT. S1000 and EASY to buy owner will
future. For more Information call Men-women 18-52. Start high as our custom-made 12-wldes at BUY HAPPINESS STRETCH $S$ answer: after 5. FR J7217. assume mtg. Call 376-2927. cooperate fully with qualified buyer
Gainesville Sun Circulation Dept. S102.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approved By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home in the purchase of this modern .
Secretary 3n-8<<1. until appointed. Thousands of Top Brands. 8 yr. financing built In this area by LEAVING TOWN will sell my 3 GLADYSSMITH NEW LISTING I 3 or 4 bedroom home with a $1.000 down pay I
lobs open. Experience usually un available. See Dad and Brad Lar. ALACHUA HOMES. INC. BR 2 bath. cent. heat. built In 3 bath masonry home |lust repainted ment. Three bedrooms, two
MAN wanted for stock room. Some necessary. FREE Information on sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales. Phone 376-0630 kitchen home. You can save inside and out. 2 air baths central heat, built-in ,
work involved. on Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Keystone Model Home Opening Sun. conditioning units. double car.
paper 40 hr. week. lobs salaries requirem e n t s. every S1500. Call FR 2-3824 or GR kitchen, Florida room, oak
excellent Heights. Open evenings and from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning 55922. Melrose. port. laundry facilities and large
company benefits. Must Write TODAY floors
address 2
ABLE giving name car carport 10 x 20
to meet public. neat
appear. be able to write and August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL corner lot. ONLY $1,500. DOWN
plainly and phone. Lincoln Service utility room. Llttlewood-
ance skilled in shorthand and NEW 3 BR home on Manatee 372-5393
check orders. Apply J. M. Fields Compare cost with all other 3
Box 448-M c-o Gainesville Sun. Wesfwood
Sunday.WYATT Springs Road t lot. MailS area. Let's be
typing, excellent fringe benefits Including on acre SUBURBAN Immaculate 3 bedroom
Store. Personnel bath air
Office. bedroom 2 fully cond. 10 wooded
paid vacation 5 day work I school bus to door S8,500. Also acres overlooking Levy !'/> bath split level home sure to see this one.
homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY
week, 8 hour day. Salary commensurate PART TIME work for neat appearing 28 Livestock & Supplies TIME." business lot downtown. Will build Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary can be bought under FHA for SO MUCH for the money. 1.300
with ability. Apply In man in Men's Dept. Includes to suit tenant. Contact J. H. living. This architect- $700. down payment. square feet plus carport and stor

person ROYAL CROWN BOTTL. Sunday work. Must be 18 yrs. BOARD horses good pasture, exercise Trailer SalesHome McClung. Chiefland/ Fla.. 4934124."WANTED" designed kitchen with home Mexican features modern age. Low down payment. Only $8-
ERS. 1201 E. University Ave. of age. Apply J. M. Field's Store. track. Taylor Ranch Wil- $75 per mo.. Northeast $400 dn.. tile counter. IDYLWILD Call us to see this 900.00. Attractive two bedroom
Screened
Phone 372-4751. Personnel Office. liston. Call FR 21439. 3 B R, 1 bath, screened porch a home for a nice 2 courtyard entry court beautiful three bedroom two house with huge Florida room; '
of kit. equip., heat BR house, NE section. Must be and porch. Living room with 30 bath house with kitchen equipment Included In
patio cen. central heating
FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a Pacemaker Mobile Homes seen to be appreciated. Completely foot stone fireplace wall. Separate .
take VA. FR 22774. and air conditioning price. This is economical living
CURB WAITRESSES day end tail clothing and furnishings. Ex. dairyman to show us a better Shasta and Alrstream up Insulated with 2 one ton air dining room. Many built-ins and extras. plus many In a convenient NE loca .
night shift, top wages. Apply parlance: necessary In retail sell- dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Travel Trailers FOR Sale by Owner 2 BR.. home. conditioners. Large lot with a bookshelves. This Is a home to tion.
In Ocala's First Mobile Home N.E. location. Convenient to shop Close to schools & shop be cherished.
person Jerry's Restaurant. Ing. Salary commensurate with 16 pet. All Pulleted Oral- pump. ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom SO GRACIOUS spacious vacant
2310 S. W. 13th St. Dealer Since 1948 ping center. schools city and ping. Call for appt. 37 .862P. 1515 masonry so
ability and experience. 5Vi day Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN home with central heat, built-in and ready for Immediate OCCUPIn- *
SECRETARY WANTED Must be week. Insurance benefits. Write per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- 1923: Silver Phone Springs 429-1358 Blvd. qualifying.city park. Reasonable Furn. or Unfurn.down No NE 6th Terr.FOR GLADYS SMITH oven and range. dishwasher disposal cy. Beautiful hardwood floors pine
resume to box 461-A to chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461- pay- SALE and extra kitchen cabinets. panelled family lovely
proficient In shorthand and typ- arrangefor Ocala Fla. ment. Owner will finance. FR 6- room entertaining
ing. Salary commensurate with personal Interview. 2105. 4029. NICE 3 BR bungalow Ig. livingrm. REALTOR Just listed for sale at less the space. three large

experience and ability. Scruggs FOR SALE four registered. short ., Sun parlor dining rm., Ig. 122S W. University 372-5393 replacement cost. ONLY $11- bedrooms two tiled baths two .
& Carmichael 3 SE 1st Avenue.Ph. 13-Help Male or Female horn bulls 3 yrs. old. Will sell BUTTSMobile 4235 NW 10th St. portecochere dbl. garage beauti. 900. car enclosed garage, already I.
376-5242. all or Individually. Call 444-3285 Desirable 3 BR, 2 bath home. ful shade trees lots of nice flow connected to city sewers.

WANTED TTS Operator, good work. after 7 p.m. large Fla, room & patio. Lot ers Including 9 Ig. camellias & GLADYSSMITH BLACK ACRES Priced at the I Outstanding location. Out
WANTED: White housekeeper for 100x176', lots of trees. azaleas, fish pool lot 150 x ISO". FHA valuation of $17,500. This of town owner is ready to
ing conditions Coo-
good
widower pay. Beautiful lots NW section spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath ma- sell.
and three children. Live tact Stafford 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Located In small town on Main
Caldwell. Gaines.yule
In. Call FR 2-2141 after 5 p.m. street near Gainesville. Almost a sonry home Is a real buy I

7 SEAMSTRESSES WANTED Sun.UNENCUMBERED. ARISTOCRAT OF DOG DOM. Wei- Commercial property & acreage.E. give away price at 11500. ONLY J700 DOWN J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor

couple for motel maraner puppies. Make good W. A. Carlton Jr. Phone 464-3345. 372-5393 I
Must be able to do alterations and HomesINC. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. $1200 DOWN will buy this lovely
mending neatly and efficiently.Call management. Salary training.plus fringe Gainesvillearea. benefits. watchdogs, hunters,372-445 or companions ?. 638 N. Main St. OCALA block, :3 BR, 2 bath Irg. Four bedrooms, 2 baths, within old 4 bedroom 3 bath two story 31 N. Main Phone FR 28404
in person only as no Infor. for children. soen-beam ceiling paneled dinIng walking distance of the Medical home l In the NE Section. ONLY I ASSOCIATES:
Write Box 462-A c-o GainesvilleSun. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
matlon will be given over the AKC Basset puppies, & family room with fireplace School. Older brick home with S14,000 CALL US NOW. Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell
phone. 224 SW 5th Street. HIGHLANDS 3 Br. 2 bath quality Irg. fenced-ln back yard Florida room fireplace/ double Capt. A. W. Reece. USN Ret.
BEAUTY 481-2638. NEW built. 2 story masonry. Cent. built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 468- garage. I Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin
OPERATOR
wanted. S. 10 & 12' WIDES John Merrill
LOOKING FOR SECURE JOB? heat, reasonable
5Vi days a week. Group Insurance SIAMESE kittens and stud servo down payment. 1483.
also Make OFFER. One of best
an our
sick ice registered. iliac. blue and Price $23,500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave.
Please
372-1581. pay. phone Train for U. S. Civil Service tests. chocolate point; $25 up. Willlston I CAMPERSWe Cor. Blvd. 372-8245. OPEN HOUSE buys In a 3 bedroom, 2 bath Realtor FREE ESTIMATES on
need 25 trade-Ins this month home. Large Florida room fireplace FURNACES and Quality
See our ad under Instruction classification. 528-6448. I I I
LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI
LEGAL Secretary proficiency In many bullMns acre lot. MULTIPLE LISTING
Call for the best deals.
typing & shorthand required Lincoln Service. Established :3 Pekingese. I French poodle. : us 3 BR, 2 baths, central heat out I Sunday Aug. 14 2:00 5.00 P.M. PHONE FR 2-1494 Central AirConditioners
legal experience desirable. Low. 1943.14Sales. Shots and wormed. All with pa- of r.lty limits deep well, REA 933 NW 36 Dr. See this 3 Br.. GLADYS SMITH ASSOCIATESMARCELLA .
S ry'3. Andrews, 3/4-4091. pers. Phone FR 2-5029, 372-5113. 376-8361 power, 'ot led at Ml* NW 34thCall 2 bath, CB home, built-in surface PARDI
NW 13th St. at 6th St. on street St. range. wall oven. plenty W.H.BUCKHANNANFURNITURE
WHltb- female neat. honest & dependable Help Wanted EXCELLENT black Cocker Spaniel parking all around our corner. cupboard space. near LIttlewood REALTOR
to make sandwiches, female puppy. 7 months. AKC
372-2372 or 376-8190. 81 Westwood. Fine neighborhood
I Open A.M. to f P.M. each 1228 W. University 3725393
Shots. bargain at S50. Pet
drinks 8. cash papers.
use Salary
register. LICENSED Real Estate salesmen Immediate
week day. BY 4 BR. 2 bath extra occupancy. Anna Hlnson Caroline Noyes
372-3077. OWNER.
or showdog.
$60 per wk. with Increase I 1100 a week drawing account. Virginia Power by jSo/lf.
to S70 over 4 months period. I Large volume builder developing AMERICAN Shepherd and English Ig. shady yard. Westmorland 4018 Mary Moeller Realtor UPHOLSTERYFor
,
N.W. 13th Ave. Available on "
Must have experience using cash 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. Shepherd puppies for sale. Wean 33 LOTS FOR SALE tot* W. University FR 4-4471 I Best In equipment using Internally -
short notice. FR 4-7993 for appt.
register. Light grill work experience Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville ed wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. CHAIN LINK FENCE top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts designed -
helpful but not necessary. Sun. See Serenola Estates Lovely residential FLETCHER HEIGHTSFor UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Dealership available engineered and Installed
Hours 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. SMALL bred puppies. S10 each. lots near new school. priced from Complete with large paneled den.
and 5:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. 4 WANTED 3 MEN all day Saturday and Sunday. S3500. Call Gladys Smith. Realtor sale by owner 3 BR's hardwood Only S17.500. Located at 3707 NW National organization desires 372-6142 byALL I
days a week. For appt. call 376- to assist me In my business. Salary 1127 N. E. 23rd Blvd. 1228 W. University 372-5393 floors. 2 tile baths. cen. 23rd Ave. For further details call local representative. Send complete GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
Of24 between 10:30 & 11:30 plus commissions if qualifi PUREBRED Beagle puppies for heating. Fla. rm. 14 x 20. dbl. FR 4-0430. Ask for Frank Thom- resume' in first reply to: UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
4 8. 5 acre tracts of land for sale. carport. lot 100 x 140 with nice
mornings or S to evenings ed. Also company bonuses. NeatIn sale. Ready for new homes fowl PH. 376-8258
Terms can be arranged. J. I.Howse. shade trees. $25.000. 3936 S. W. STOVER FENCE INDUSTRIES ISM N W. 13th St.
as.CENTRAL
..Jjnly. Sandwich Inn.iOpportunity. appearance. 21-40. Car neces :3 at 130. 1 at $45. Phone 411-2511.
Gaines AIR CONDITIONING Free Estimates pick and
sary. Call Mr. Haney 3720500. Rt. 4. Box 301 3rd Ave. FR 2-3774. 201-A DOWNTOWN PLAZA up 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
MINIATURE Dachshund 2 out- ville. Ph. 372-1090. Nearly new home In quiet neiGh- CULLMAN ALA. delivery. 24 Hour Service r;
Scott & Fetzer Corp. between f standing females must sacrifice at FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA borhood. Has fenced rear yard I
& 10 A.M. Monday WednesdayS LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 approval can have Immediate central air .
$50 ea. AKC. FR 6-8963. you wall to wall carpet -- -- -- ------- --
Friday.SALESMEN. trailers. Large awnings 3 large possession'and ownership of conditioning three good size bed
"FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. Must patios 3 septic tanks, lots of
the best value house for sale In well
Aggressive to sell 32 Mobile Homes For Salt rooms two baths. Extremely
possess supervisory ability enjoy shade good rental Income. Just
finished masonry homes on customers NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air cared for home and grounds. $15-
-working-wIth the public hy telephone lot. Ideal for man who turn. outside city limits. For sale. FR conditioning. Paneled family room 983. Owner willing to sacrifice
For Sale 1 BR air cond. I
and personally be a better 4-8883. Joining living-dmlng area for extra In this home to
wants to make $600 mo. or more. trailer t enclosed cabana. Excellent some equity responsible -
tnanr average typist, reasonably! For interview write Michael R. condition.> FR 2-9884 48AJW. N.W. at SI 850. UP spaciousness. Electric range party. Call for appointment .
permanent. Top pay. U you are Wright Sales Mgr., P. O. Box and 4-12 P.M. moo and dishwasher. Back yard con to see. Hugh Edwards,
looktnj.for more than lust an 6097. Jax 5. Fla. or call 3895242. $3700 pletely enclosed by 7" hedge. Inc. 374-771.
average. |ob this Is your oppor- SALE. 1963 New Moon 10x40. 3 CaU 376-6147 for appt. to see at
INSURANCE AGENTSLet 2213 NE 7th Ter.
BR. front kitchen living
tunlty .to get with a large local me broker those rated or re FR room Mary Moller. Realtor
unfurnished. .
and bedrooms
company that offers many, jected cases for you. Lite or 0355 after 5 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 $14,000 3 BR home for $12,950 If PARRISHPRESENTS
p.m.
fringe benefits Including: Paid vacation hosp. contact Mr. Skadouskl 372 Hill equity $4,618 paid in .cash, or
sick leave. Insurance and 4532 anytime FOR SALE 1949 Trave house trail FOR SALE 2 grave lot. $500 down S> second mort. Mo.
pension plan. Apply In person to er with cabana. Must be movedor Crest Memorial Park choice lo pay. flrt mort. $75. second $30.

Classified Advertising Department 16-Work Wanted Female 2295.sold by Sept. 1st. Call 372- cation.after 5 Phone P.M. Jays.all day FR Sunday 2-2055._& Almost new Ig. living rm & I
Gainesville Sun.
dining rm. tile bath, terrazzo
DOCTOR'S receptionist, expenenc I FOR RENT or sale 1962 New ACRE lots for sale. floors. Gen. Elee. equipped kit. CONVENIENT, easy walking distance

ed. Phone FR 2-9955 after 6:M "Moon trailer 10 x 55. will take Phone 372-4416 ample closet space screened to downtown. 2 bedroom
P.M. and Sunday. smaller trailer for equity and 12 x 20 porch N.W. Section. frame cottage on paved street
No salesman calls Post Office building.
376-6474. east of new THIS WEEK'S IS ON
take Phone
payments. FR
Call FR up Waterfront Property for cash deal.
WILL work days. 2-1313. 34 Properly priced a SPOTLIGHT

THEY INSURETO 2-0336 after 6:00 P.M. BLACK ACRES
FEDERAL QUALITY 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake Wi- I GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3-
not. 2 brm. 1 bath on Lake I PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 bedroom 2.bath home In this .;. r4s
I PALM LANES BOWLING LANES
AGE 90! 18 Schools & Instructions HOMES INC. Lak-a-wana. Call Gladys Smith. bedrooms, 2 baths hardwood very desirable area near the nN ; ,

4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville Realtor .I floors central heat. air HIGH SCHOOLat r FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. 1228 W. University 372-5393 units. electric range and drapes. permits this property to be han On Waldo Road
"Aee alone does not make home, free booklet A m e r lean I Lot 110' x 120 with shade trees. dled with minimum down pay r'
vex unlnlurabl.sars Joe F. School. P. O. Box 16661 Jackson i TWO lot. mobile complete homes with on large deep shady well. I WINFRED H. CRAWFORD 3125 W. Univ. Av. FR 6-6427. ment. 4 : '_e i .! Palm Lanes Gainesville's largest bowling alley features .:

Williams. President Bankers ville. Fla 32216. I Broker, specalizing In \ ...
Reg. & Pro
Each mobHe home has screened r a restaurant, Shop.
nursery
i ACRE NOT IN SUBDIVISION. 3 Br colonial Traditional 3 bedroom [
ACRES. -
Hearth aLlf* insurance IBM machines. 024-026. limited enrollment In patio. Must be seen to appreci LAKE PROPERTIES BLACK \k. The with r'
I AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, hardwood floors fireplace. 2-bath masonry home with restaurant caters to the bowlers sono'wiches,
%
Campany. forming. Live In rent the
classes now ate. other. I
one. back Near St. Pa- Si j
Howell's Business College 211 W. 376-4470. I GR 5-2981. tricks.Fenced Kirby yard.Smith Schools. SlU living room. separate dining S ; dinners. soft drinks & beer. They serve while the .

"Folks M te 9fl like eur new Ave. Phone 374-3507. SPECIAL 500. FHA. $72 per mo. including room. family room with fireplace lanes are open. ,.;
SCHULT. Early American, : modern built-in kitchen.
'll.OOa BLUE RIBBON policy.It 10 x sr. Hillcrest Trailer Court. I lOA x 30*' Lot for mobile home. taxes and Ins. FR 2-2736. Central heat. '; Greatly appreciated by mothers is a supervised nursery .a.

make sure theIr grieving Need Extra Money? Lot A-5. SI500. I Mile S. off Paynes TIRED OF PAYING RENT? where you can leave your child while you bowl. This .
loved ones will have no worries I Prairie. For appointment call PARK. Immediate .
FLORIDA occupancy -
for $100 down and
about hew te final 58 model 2 BR 8 x Of trailer. Located Buy me pay is a free service provided by Palm Lone
4-3052. this
pay Expenses up with School FR ments of $45 per mo. I am 3 can be had on I -
",,",." starting You $2or Archer Rd. Village. 5 BetaSt. NEAR SMALL VILLAGE BR in size about 6 yrs. old. pleasant 3 bedroom home on At the Pro Shop one can purchose bowling bali, !)
con earn
or Phone 3724129.CONNOLLY. SE 9th Pt large lot. Walking distance to : shoes bags other need
II Gainesville. Located at 2316 en a or any equipment one might
No font call o e y.... No more per Hour OS fullor 15 Miles from lot_ 100 x 100'. Call owner FR 6- Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- .- Palm Lanes is open 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. everyday

medical exam necessary. Free port time Avon Repre cultivated balance 2524 or 376-6710. ley Schools.UNIVERSITY.
letaits mailed t In 3. 30 acres. 12 acres except Sunday when their hours art from 1 P.M. '
yea plain sentative. Our Saleswomenearn Mobile Home Sales, Inc. 2 & woodland. mile State .
In FIRST TIME ADVERTISED ACRES. Restrictednew
2 A.M.
to
envelope. bedroom mobile homes. .
Many
fine weekly incomes floor plans. 7 year financing. Road frontage. Going at S6400. New Palm Springs modeL One of I west side subdivision of

Tear oft this ad right now plus Savings Bonds. Earn Drive out today. 3 miles Southof CALL the best looking homes we've ever acre lots. Paved streets. NO Watch For Next Week't SPOTLIGHT _
2 full TAXES these lots are
built. Four bedrooms CITY as
Send your name, address year with Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
your expense money Angle Real Estate baths. beautiful brick facade outside city limits. Suggest you
.f birth te: BANKERS. Dept. 376- 5n
Avon. Write AVON. P.O. excellent kitchen arrangement. make your selection before prices -
B25. JIT W. Resedale' Fart 1964 2 BR trailer take up C, 1.. Ang'e BrokerO advance. !
Box 448. Fla. payments. $16,900. No down. VA *
Gainesville CAFETERIAS
Worth' Texas. See after 5:00 P.M. at J. Angle. Associate money DINING DINING-DANCING *

I or call FR 2-0421. 1621 SE 4th Ave. 4404 N.W. 13th St.. 376-6927 cludes FHA only fully$800 sodded down.front Price lawn.In- AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnished COCKTAILS

gas lamp swim dub member. home for rent. Close to GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA
University. Will lease for one Closed for vacation It repainting.
ship.VILLAGE year at $1000 per month. STEAK ROOM Open 7 days a week. I II STEER ROOM
NORTHWESTTRAILER GREEN Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Friday Aug. 28th The finest In dining enjoyment

; 6y HUGH EDWARDS. INC SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom. air. steaks prepared to your tasteon I Remember We'll see you then. Cocktails: & dancing In our lounge.No .
[ SALES 29C9! N. E. 15th St. conditioned home In good northeast our open hearth. Holiday Inn, Palmer 1 Sue Lang cover No minimum
RAGAsWANTED 376-7971 location 'unfumlsned. 60.- 100 S.W. tjth St. FR 6-1266. FRED'S LOCKER ROOM

4 DAY SPECIAL CONVENIENT NORTHWEST LOCATION 00 per month on lease for year. 4562 NW 13th St.
on attractive 100' lot 3 BILLIARD'S BOWLINGPALM *
NEW 50x10 BR brick house with oak. floors SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-bed-
UNIVERSITY INN
cypress & mahogany trim. asbestos room unfurnished rental. S125.09
shingle roof. Fla.. rnv* store per month lease for year. CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun LANES Charcoal Steak Room Smorgiv
2 BEDROOMS room-shoo dbl. carport; price wider for not only young men WeTl be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
$16,000 includes refrig.. new BUT young women, too. the 17th for reservlcing and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Dancing .

I ONLY $5396 PER MONTHWE kitchen- range, air conditioner TV M.M.PARRISH Bring your dates I of our alleys. We'll 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or Open 10 A.M. ta 12 P.M. see you the 1th. 260 Waldo Combo t, Richard Parfcers orches
owner at 3722763.LITTLEWOOD 90S N. Main Street i Road 376-4454. tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-2442.
SEE PRESS ROOMGAINESVILLE NEED USED TRAILERSWe WESTWOOD area.

Will Give You Top Dollar For Your Old Trailer 3 BR. 2 bath liv.-din.-kiU Fam. CAFETERIA
TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE OR PLACE
-
SUN 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. Rm: central tleat. gas fireplace -
well landscaped shady yard and & ASSOCIATES. INC. OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT! GUIDE -- J
AT PALM LANE PHONE 376-0205 Attractive patio. $600 dn., $105 H. Wayne HUt Helen Graham
101 S.E. 2nd PLACE iro FHA. by owner. 538 NW :SIfts Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish CALL 372-8441.

Dr. 372-1145 day 372-4537 night. _If NE First Street TeL 072-5375
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.'} Z. at $100 or 'less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that -- |

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j ; 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SaleAAAAZING 44 Cottages for Rent 47 Houses for Rent Furn. -

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FOR SALE BY OWNER SMALL furnished cottage & trail' FOR RENT 2 BR house in High
Moving Aug. 18th must sell 3 BR. er for rent. Suitable for working Springs partly furn. $50. completely BEST HOME VALUES INTOWN .: :
1 bath home when couple. Moore Haven Park. 2330 furn. $55. Mrs. Horace Llnch.
Llv.-Din. comb. Yes. you will be amazed you
THE TIME IS NOW. kitch. Incl. refg. and stove, stor. see this neat 3 BR, 1 bath CB I _E. Univ. Ave. 376-9164. 454-1834 High Springs.ON -
rm., screened porch, lot backs on home at 527 NW 36th DrNe. You' Lake Geneva 3 bedroom, fam. SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS ,. .. :
.. woods paid full membership. no can buy for less than $11000. 45 Furnished Aprs. room bath, complete kitchen
S J quality ing, low down pymt.. terms Kit. furnished. Terms to sui t screened porch, space heater. no .
Jttr assume $83 mo. Call 372-04 or your budget.YOU'LL. NICELY furnished convenient' students. $75 per mo. 7244374. NO MONEY DOWN -'- '
see 2510 NE 10th Ter.M downtown .p
LIKE ITIf area. 75. Adults only : Jacksonville.

; ; Do You Have A Room Apartment you want to live lust outside no Store.pets. Inquire Lillian's Music I V A \ '
City limits In a lovely 3 BR. 2 STUDENTS 10 room turn house Village IJrec! i I
FORTHOSE 9 :
bath CB home on a large shadedlot WHO WANT THE for rent. newly decorated.
Or House to Rent? MELROSE BEAUTIFUL then let us show you this BEST single beds standing now. Lease .
i : Large, well furnished air condItioned -I LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS
one on NW 39th Ave. Just see required. 1406 N. W. SUi Ave I II by Hugh Edwards Inc. .
... 1 bedroom apt. Quiet I lo
:j 2 It. irs priced right. Call 495-2375. Archer.
story partly furn. home. Will
.. cation. couple only no pets, $125 376-7971 -Priced
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( trade for Gainesville home. SHORT OF CASH? per mo. Ph. 372- 57. I I FIVE room house. 12 mo. basis

;: REMEMBER rental vacancy COSTS INCOME PROPERTYWith Then let us show you some of the Call us for the rental you need. furnished suitable for but male conven.lentiy Univ. 10"0rh" ? ,
modern
I appr. one acre land zoned attractive 2 & 3 BR homes you FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. student;located not to Campus. For from$13,900$17250S IF'/" TA: I
for housing units. 4 propertieson can buy for a few hundred REALTORS
: YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit NW 16th Ave. Strategic !location down. Excellent locations. 926_W. Univ. 376-1236 _more Information phone FR 6-3012 .

11Io. available now. UNIVERSITYREALTY EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
;. month. Phone 466-3<<8. Sodded Lawns

:,. ,... 10 acres with IN 2 COUNTRY bedrms, 1 bath on FOR RENT OR SALE, 163 trailer 3 Bedroom 2 bath. built in oven Swim Club lj[ t1.. "J.1 I
good road: appr. 7 ml. from Star by General. 50 x ID 1 BR and range. 220 wiring. $125 per
town. custom made, excellent condo month. 4004 N. W. 21st Drive. 0 Air Cond. Optional : I
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 Phone FR 6-2948 for appointment.
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU Can be rented at Orange Lake .. _
:c. your COMPACT W. M. Munroe Realtor with Lakeside view or can be 3 BR 1 bath home. SW section. No Colonials W !!!!____.
3- 3 bedrrn., 2 bath CB cent ht. & Asso: S. E. McLaughlin, Frank moved to trailer park of students. For appt. call 3723633.UNFURNISHED
j EVERY DAY until it is rented: a.c. modern kit. NE $15,500 Roby., Jr.Roy McCann.. T. C. Douglas choice In Gainesville or Ocala your 2 bedroom home. I Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street

near shopping. area. See to appreciate. Call $110 per mOo Call 374-7446. I"
591-3001 Mcintosh Exchange. Mr.
: 37 Real Estate Exchanged 3 B R, 1 bath complete kitchen
; o. IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Mary MoellerREALTOR Ingalls. near schools and shopping center.
Ft. Lauderdale 3-2 home. 13,500 EAST SIDE For Information call Manaro's
: Trade equity for Gainesville Restaurant. FR 24690.PRESENTING
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day home acreage or what-have-you.
: 1019 W. University FR 4-4X71 GARDENAPARTMENTS
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AssociatesE. Call 376-6943 evenings. ,HOUSE HUNTING!

:' : $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day W. Moeller Dick DurbmFRED Foster Kesler 39 Out of Town Property


:.1 $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day STARKE: U room. 3 bath homeon $57 per month upGainesville's In young executive area an- I
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rr large lot. Close to Bank. Finest other FINE custom designed &
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: .-.. $60 per mo . $2.00 per day for Church.home.Schools.office.& apt market.*.. nursing Ideal Lovely Furnished 1 and or 2 bedroom unfurnished apart. built Featuring home.: fireplace air CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAYI

home, beauty shop etc. Sell or ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- conditioned. paneled family
.- $65 per mo . $2.16 per day ARNOLDREALTOR trade for Gainesville property.H. 9Mb room kitchen. a dream FOUk BEDROOM BRICK
luminous & COLONIALS
with ceilings $15,825The
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G. Bollinger. Starke. 1 BR-DR.. kitchen all util. furn.
r } E $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day except gas for cooking & oil for pantry. 3 BR 2 bath fences,
41 Residential IncomeFOR heat.'$67.50 per mo. upstairs. 911 patios & many Ideas.other extraordinary brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
NE 3rd Ave. Call Fred
Guy.
: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day LOW DOWN PAYMENT SALE Completely furnish 372-3417 or 372-0989. Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr. Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central
ed 3 unit house located
"*: $80 per mo . $2.66 per day 4 Bedrooms.. washer.2 baths NW location ,front of lot 75'apt.x 200 at 115 N. E. IDEAL kitchen for&3 bath.students.Partly 3 Irg.furnished rooms WIMBERLY ESTATESNW natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
dryer and
refrigerator
1. St. Price $15,500 net. Cat be Sits 923 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR
mo. 36tli Ter. tit NW 39th Ave.
all like
new. $9127 total financed. FR 4-4X56. city services.
; .. $85 per. mo. . $2.83 per day monthly payment after $450 6-9992. Open Sundays at 2:00 er by
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adjoining
down. See this today. NEAR CAMPUS. Married couples appt. 171-5489.

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day WHY RENT? frontage.rental 300 property.block N.E.200 3rd ft. only.pets.Not$70 suitable per month.for childrenor THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE

: Immaculate 2 bedrooms beamed Ave.rately.Will 316 sell N.E.together 3rd Ave.or FR sepa 2. Phone 376-6651. MODELS AT $14,500.
t\ $95 per mo . $3.16 per day ceiling Living Room love I y 4752 J
yard. Would rent for $100. Pay TRAILER for rent 48 x S ft.. couples -

:. $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day $45.33 monthly after $350 down. 42 Farms & Acreage I for appointment preferred. Phone to see. FR 6-2869 New Homesin THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT I

ROOM TO ROAMLive 80 acres with nice home. LARGE downstairs one BR apartment MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
on 3 acres In mode-n 3 bed 70 acres perm. pasture. bath and half. See at 412 I, II
room concrete block house with Brick farm home. N.E. 8th St.
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Inside tiled. bath. off Newberry Call Gladys Smith Realtor I THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA S
Road. Pay $1,000 down and $90 1228 W. University 372-5393 NEWLY decorated apartment, fur ,
per month and start country liv nished. Phone 472-2295 or 472- WESTVILLANW
I ing. 7 Y2 acres 1 10 miles out. 2371, Newberry. MODELS $13,000.
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS
$2000 cash 3 room apartment. $50 rent. In-
4 BEDROOMS S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. cludes gas and water. 305 N.W.
FHA and VA I Walk to
.. Beautiful setting on large lot In 472-2000 Newberry Fla 1st St. FR 6-2012 or FR 6-7568. \ 16th Ave., elementary
...
Malore Gardens. New
\ l- construction 9 ACRES on Kincaid Rd 1 Bedroom mobile home on private and junior high
f 4 bedrooms 2 baths central lot. About 10 minute drive 37th St.
'_ 12 acres NW at From $400 down
heat hardwood
floors. double 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. from town. Phone FR 6-7473.*

i : 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses' for Sale carport. $23.000. 46 Unfurnished S Better living andFrom

HOME AND TEN ACRES Mary Moeller, Realtor Apt I $79 month resale value.
= 3 BR, I bath CCB. carport util. $600 down plus closing $86 per Three bedrooms, 2 baths panelled 1019 W. University FR 6-<<71 per
rm., patio. Payments $49.75 month. available September 1st. 5 ROOM. bath. refrig. A stove WALTER STUBBSInc.
per living room with fir I e p I ace. WANTED: Your FARM or ACRE
mo. Balance 8268. 3 miles from 3 BR. 1W baths. CCB. close to 109 SE 4th Ave. Adults no pets.
1. Drive N.W. 16th Avenue
Range air AGE N.W. 38th Street
Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376- schools. churches. shopping dead refrigerator conditioner to SELL. We have PROS- $60 per mo. Water furn. Phone west on to turn

: 9415._ _ _ _ 23855.end street. 1408 NE 14th Ter. FR wooded included.site In rolling Beautiful northwestarea. I REALTY PECTS waiting.ASSOCIATES Call ALACHUA 3762448. 372-4421 or 3721433. I left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
j : 3 BR, 1 bath stove refrig.. screen Close In location on paved Duplex apt. for rent. Excellent
.... ed porch paid pool membership. A STEALBY road. Price $24,000. 43 Colored Property residential location. Two bed- Phone 376-5394
... $400 equity. assume $83 mo pmts. rooms. Kitchen equipped. $8500 Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire
:- 2510 NE 10th Ter. Phone 372-0449. OWNERMUST ARNOLDREALTY HOMES FOR SALE per month Hugh Edwards, Inc.
2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & 376-7971.
sacrifice! 3 bedroom. 2bath. 7th Ave. Small down payment, 2 BR, liv. rm., din. rm., Fla. "We trade houses"
FORDYCEE ..large Fla. room. large livIng COMPANY monthly payments S57 to $45. room 3505 NW 17th St $75 per PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
room. dining room. built-in Multiple Listing Member ,Also homes built on your lot mo. Call McKlnney-Green Real-I .
kitchen. convenient to shopping 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522
tors. FR 23617.
center and schools. Must see Jane Caldwell Pete Sieg with no down payment. Ph. ____ .... .... PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
: FR 2-4125. H u
\ REALTOR to appreciate the value. No qual Jim Sheppard F. W. Hedge
ifying. Low down payment. Located Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo New, Quality Hugh Edwards built
** In nice NW section at 1321 Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath.
FINLEY AREA NW 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. I Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048
As low as $43. monthwith
I : 1900 sq. ft. 3 Bdrs. 2 baths large REDFRANKSREALESTATE per i.nCOMPARE !
.JT Fla. room. Fireplace. A-C & C.H. $2,000 down or will arrange terms,
I ... washing machine and many other MCKINNEY to suit buyer. Located 643 NE
:r features. Only $22,500 and good 15th Street.
I
terms. Call Fordyce 376-1236. GREEN SWIMMING POOL screened Hugh Edwards. Inc. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS
Phone 374-7971 THESE HOME VALUES
i I = porch & Florida room big lot
REDWOOD TRIM DEATONREALTORS in a grove of tall live oaks central -
.. completely built In kitchen. 1.500 heat & Central aircondition- 43-1 COLORED RENTALS I BEFORE YOU BUYSAVF -
, "" sq. ft. living area 3 bdrs. 2 Ing all add up to make this
' I i baths. Large wooded lot In Mason modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with NOW RENTING
Manor. Only $21,100 and low down HIBISCUS PARK built-in kit. and built for low .
: payment. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. maintenance lust about the ultimate COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex I raunmwnnnmmmmnniunminnms
) Appeal Quality Location I apartments large living and
! for IDEAL FLORIDA LIV ,
Condition Space are the key dining area, modern kitchen with Sun Want Ads Get Results -
ING. Can be with
i : NATURAL STONE bought reasonably
words that best describe this fan large storage closets. terrazzo g / The following art rudy for .
fireplace Fla. -
and low down &
room patio. 2. payment assume
w fine property. You and your family '
} .. 000 sq. ft. 4 bdrs.. 2 baths. Very would be pleased with this existing financing with floors tile baths space heater occupancy.
hot water heater. facilities
large lot In a lovely NW neighborhood dinIng reasonable monthly payment. and =
beautiful 3 B.R. 2 bath with for machines. and 008BlEn1fflIllsuanilsuwlB58uwgug -
t '" Only $24,000. Call For MAKE AN OFFER on equity. washing
and Fla. room home. Seven
streets. See at N.E. 26th
I I I : dyce. 376-1236. blocks from the Univ. and elem. Call 376-0817. paved The following Is now under 3330 N.W. 28th Ave.
Ter. or call for appointment 372- 1 '
4 BR. 2W baths $2990 dn..
.. school. In a most desired and restricted 5321 or 372-5322 construction and will be ready
U.ofF. neighborhood Paved $1500 DOWN & Approx. $145 per mo. for occupancy soonI $149 per mOo .
Golf Club manor close to Little-' streets price Is most realistic Incl. taxes & Ins. buys modern
, e wood School. 3 bdrs. large living You should see this fine prop. 3 BR, 2 bath Central heat & 44 Cottages for Rut fji 3310 N.W. 30rh pro
room. Fla. room. closet space erty before you buy Call FR alrcondltionlng built-in kit. Incl. 3320 NW 30th Ave. Wives
RENT modern furnished cottageson 3 BR, 2 bath. $400 dn. $87 Busy Working
a aglore. Immediate occupancy. $!X- 23417. dishwasher. Walking distance 3 BR. bath $500 dn. STT.IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIBItllllUllUllllliUIIIIIIWIII (
0 500. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. LITTLEWOOD & WESTWOOD Lake Santa Fe by week or per month. o.1
SCHOOLS. season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. per 1'.0
: LOTS IMMEDIATE .
Look Forward
i .. One acre lots. $1.700 up to $7.500. DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & check to
Selected areas OCCUPANCYThis the outside then call us for appt. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In 303 SE 38th St. .
I : 3 B.R. 2 bath home completely to Inspect this EXCEPTIONALone SHADOWLAWN 00 3 BR, 1 bath, $400 dn. $44 ==
I... ACREAGE furnished Including k 11- owner home. Many unexpected ESTATESF. I NorwoodHope pr mo. I
200 acres at $235 per acre. W mile chen equipment.. can be purchased features. Airconditioning -
." paved road frontage good fence for $12.400 with a reasonable Walk to METCALF. HOWARD D. OLIVER -
nice building site best farm land down payment Seller will carry BISHOP. or ST. PATRICK'S OFFERING I !WI2ffWIfflUUUBUflI1flURUU I CAREFREEKITCHENS .
a In county. balance by 1st mtg. 6 per SCHOOLS. As little as $1.000 Individual Styles For You -
cent Int. payable $100 per Mo. down will handle & low monthly Well planned living areas
;; Several nice wood tracts 2 1o 30 Call FR23617.YOUR payment. Total price $14,500 Quality material & work "H" I OC. ALL OUR HOMES ARE i
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
Call 376-2927 376-0817. e
d acres from $200 per acre to or manship a
SEEING ANYTIME IF
$400 per acre. A community you would be i
YOU WILL JUST CALL.
Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor We Trade Homes g
proud to live In
Myrtle Lasslter Associate
FORDYCE OPPORTUNITYTo Wm. E. "Bill" Harris Associate. Drive West on N.W. 39th 1123 S.E. 4th STREET if
: own I 3 B.R. 1 bath home 7 NE 1st St. Phone 3764617 Ave.past the Glen Spring In or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989
ASSOCIATES INC In the N.W. area for only $400 Res 376-2927 or 372-7943 Eve. 4. tersection. See sIgn on left. I in
Multiple Listing Realtor dawn and monthly payments of Week-ends by appt. FR 2-0866.
: Grace Fordyce. Broker $88.00. Call FR 23617.ASSOCIATES. Member Multiple Listing ; '
: Associates:
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden
b
O. C. Gay Dick Banks J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. i--- Gainesville' newest and mast HighlandC

_S 9 Frances 26W.UnIv.Hough Sarah Goulden 376-1236 J. W.Multiple Davis ListingCOLORED H. J. Wiltshire t( luxurious apartment building. .. MOVE UP TO LUXURY


.' 4, '._ LAKESHORE ourt Manor

i -,- ;.14; TOWERS See this Beautiful Home designed to take Working wives and busy


NOW ,LEASING [advantage of real Florida Living located in home-makers alike oppre-

;. Double Stainless

RENTALS SUBURBAN HEIGHTS Steel Sinks date the easy-to-care-for

kitchens in Highland-Court

I ; BRAND NEW DUPLEXES /Gainesville's Newest Prestige Address Full Size,. Eye-Level Manor homes. They're .designed .

; NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION V NW 43rd St. and NW 17th PI. ) Tappan Built-in Oven

and for convenience, and
= Range, Gas or

D-- Electric feature the finest in ma
; Very large home with 4 bedrooms, 2 luxurious bath,
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.. I den, family room, beautiful kitchen with built I. Range Hood, Fan, terials. Inspect one.today!

double oven, range top, dishwasher, and garbage and FilterSafetyedge

disposal, laundry room, lovely large living room, _ _--_ -_ .

I foyer and featuring the beautiful matter bedroom-and Formica '. .. .' '!
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dressing room, such as seen only in much more
.. Cabinet Tops ., 14 models
LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: expensive homes. This home opens onto o beautiful

... screened in swimming pool and patio which bring Custom
Chip-Proof $13,400-$18,200!
S Swimming Pool Recreation Room j
... Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat to you the utmost in Florid. living circular drive Built-in Cabinets .

Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities I and unusual drive thru carport very large storage ; ., Nothing Down VA

c, Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute room off carport central heat and air conditioning. Genuine Wall-tex ($100 Closing)
.. Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
3 Elevators Vinyl Wallpaper
.5 S i 2 Bedrooms Stove nood with light and fan I Payments from $79.34KIRKPATRICK
.- .i Large living dining area Double compartment sink
r Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds PHONE 3764456FOR Call for Appointment Vinyl Tile Floors
a. Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
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S, Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
: .i Large double sliding door shrubbery
closets Insulated AtticS (24 Hour Service)
Linen Closets Close to school end bus stop SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY FRED MASONFR
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4. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS PIERSONSales
TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. 2306 S.W. 13th ST.U.s.. HWY. 441

-I-. For appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322 28340Phones FR 2-3182 '"

r Butler Bros. BUILDERS Office-N.L 23rd Blvd. GIld I ith Terr.-Phone 372-3471'
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I .-4-' # : .. .. MonaCi'ly. AUGUST i/. i >o-t oamesviue aunHAWESPOWERS 3)

64 Household Goods 66 MItt For Sale., Automotive 85 Automobile for Salt I
85 Automobiles for Sato
I : CLASSIFICATION IMEX ELEC. slave $li; gas stove, il5; 30.DlSCOUt4T ON GLAZE: '55 CHEVROLET standard transmission MOTOR
full top station wagon carrie For those Interested In laamlnt 4 cYlinder. Perfect condI- I f4 FORD f-passenger station wa
$15, sm. apace heater stand ceramics classes ere held I, to 83 Motorcycles Scooters tion. Call 377-4438. gon. Heater.l75Csil 371-3029.

:: ANNOUNCIMINTS 'MERCHAHDISI tank. SIS. 374-269X .3. night by eispt.-Closed nun- RENAULT Dolphin, St. good con- 39-CADILLAC 4-dr. HT. White.
: -' GE full-size stove, good cond-, ISO; day. ELLA'S CERAMICS. 2145 E. ONE new Bridgeslone scooter atdeale.s dition. Radio new tires 250. I Full power .. air cond. Best offer
Ita 1I..trIa. ,a ...... West. HseT frost-fret refrte. almost University Ave. FR 65368.Nowpectallxkhg cost. See at 141* Haw Phone 3763711. over S1400 or trade for smaller
1 Card sl 1'baU s Buy thorne Road.
.. a new. S125 din. table for ...' car especially Vw '63 or later. SMITTY SEZ
I ...., PsuM llae..e" TMIa trailer blond fin. $15. FR09(2 In Lad. letter 1951 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe. Call 376-7970. : -
4 .rnus1h.d .sreIiss. II BuUdhug jtssi... liter 4 Dresses. Close out BUYS. Sizes S 59 LAMBRETTA speed 150 red with red Interior. Leaving I
I Tra.el kf.ra&thi .. B.-.. 5ig pjn. through S*. S3 Each. ExcentlonalValues. LI. (125. Looks runs good. town. must sacrifice. FR 4-4003. 'PLYMOUTH beautiful black
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upusisi ?4MIus .. 11111... FOR SALE. S hot water tanks. 30 DIXIE MILLS SUPER Phone 3764472 ASSUME balance 1942 Chevrolet ,I I white 2-dr. hardtop PS auto.
:. r..... .. ilia.. .,..'.... gaU with gas heater attached also DISCOUNTS. 1* S.W. lit Ave Impala 2 dr. hardtop. excellent trans., V'", 46,000 actual miles. "I'm
84 sweating the
: s .._'"'. .tHan. QIU Can. \It TrallJac ?us. 159 gal. butane gas tank. Complete nue. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR condition. Call Jones 374-5351. FR 2-7645. PRIVATE. out.

.. .1. isss...IS; Lii ArUeau ...... WHIt gauges, 2 crane shallow WE WANT,TO buy late model used 1956 RAMBLER Station Wagon.
:: .. h.1 OD W.sda well pumps. Inquire Lewis CONDITIONING, Tuna f up 1943 Rambler S325 down L take used cor lot 'is overloaded -
T0 $
nJap refrigerators. Exceptionally High so. Runs good good tires. Call
Special of 157
S2JO
7s Blati .utu : Jewelry Co.TAG. for performance over payments per me.Call
ZuJp. .
T. Burton 442-113*. Alachua.1M
trade-Ins now given.
> -
: test. All makes and'models. 3724054 after 5:30 P.M. with like _-
AUTOMOTIVE WILSON'S EXCHANGE
APPLIANCES of
n Offles Chrysler built cars. Hawes.Powers -
: 1' AlrJI...-laJ..t&lI ''D lluJeal Zuip..s II........... C Tested and Guaranteed 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-4.479. Motor Co.. Air CondItIoning 1963 manual Chevrolet transmission.station wagon Air condi with 4-door Chevrolet e rook wood reconditioned
:. m.ka fur Bali 42 Refrigerators from J3f op TRADE your costly to opera Servicing Center. 204 N. tioned. Low mileage still has factory station wagon. Power steering, new
: Tnek. W..W lEAL ESTATE FOR Ranges from $39 vp ELECTRIC watee heater. and Main St., Phone FR 2-2541. guarantee. $2090. Phone FR autom. trans., radio and heater.
MTTSMmTTPAk Zsat&hIus SALE 17 Washers from $19 up $41 for a new glasslined GAS 6-8043 after 5. Excellent cond. $995. FR 64300 automobiles. I (
1 Dryers from U* SPECIAL auto_ painting $2995. Automotive after 4 ui
'l'nDar Zuts Up water heater Much'more he) p.m. :;:
II Mew.. ...... ... s.a.U .
x.-elea o lueaen f Food-Freezer from S9 up water et about half the cost with repairs and tune-up. LEAVING town must sell 1960 must make
II Au.sbLIs a.paan "'i. ler SaM 2 Dishwashers from $49 up OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. Miller & Sons. 732 NW. 1st St. Hillman Minx $500. Phone 376- 87 Automobiles Waiter

II
Wa'JrheB'
Pr57 10 TV Sets from $35 Phone 372-7111.
.....bUssIsr-5&hS up ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 1443 \
N *
U B..... P.r1&s JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. -. roomforthe
II swap Oars u c.u.,.. 419 NW Sth AveJ> DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY I CARS WANTED Fords
r.r w. h. :372-5303 85 for 61 BUICK convertible excel! e n t (950-54 SW.
n Real Zatats Ezckaugsd Chairs, low as M. No money Automobiles Sale cond. SI 00 equity and take up S> Chevrolet Al Herndon Serv trade-ins on our ,
: EDUCATIiHAL u Real E.ta.. Wut.. 66 Misc. For s... dowII w as SS per month. payments. 376-6481. __ ice Station 916 SE 4th St.
Is Ssk.s.. IastnsUss at 0.. sf Tiwu Prp.rt Free estimates pickup end d. 'M SUNBEAM, Alpine,., excellent new '65s. so I'm
.. U M.uI.. ........ 4. Buahasap Pr.psflie. GOLF clubs with bag sx livery service. All work guaran cond.Priced one awner many extras.
> right. FR 4-7834.
; May-
Call
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It W..tM-Iu&ra.u.a 41 a.m.adal ...... teed. Phone 374-7784.
tag wringer type washing machine cutting prices to
u P&ra ...
A. ..
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$40 toaster $3
; ; and elec. MACHINE
421 Cll.... rnpwfy SI'tS' deep-fryer. 15. FR 6-4895. SEWING CADILLAC 19U red convertible! CLEARANCE SALE
: EMPLOYMENT
1964 Automatic twin needle zig zag fully powered with new top. $250. the bone. Just lookat
11 w..k--WuId lIaIe RENTALS 4 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG In new cabinet. Makes buttonholes Sea at Tenneea .Stat. corner of
1. Ws.rSWsued r..... Repossessed '44 Model Dial-O-Matlc. overcast applique s a t in _S. Main & 4th Ave. these fantastic buys. U
Wasted Swing Needle sewing machine. stitch. fancy designs. mends etc.'
It SaMs Help
U C.h.d pnperty atftflls 63 OLDS F5.. loaded I Excellent 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
U B.lp-II.I. Ir r.&Je ., does all kinds of fancy stitches U per month. Balance $72. Mi. 1"
(;'&&'111 tar aua = condition. Sea Mr. Green, Univer.lily
buttonholes sews on buttons. keifs Sewing Machine Service Co
U 1I.le'BeI. Wsatsd =
Drssus u 4. r.nll" Api.. blind hems. overcasts appliques 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 61073.NEW City Bank. CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS super sport, power
(1..nll.
: II r.. '. Help W..". Apt& etc. Responsible person to take 60 COMET & 59 RAMBLER station '
n Be.... ler Zeal r.n.. over S payments $7.36. Call Mr. ana used chain saws. lawn wagons. Both AT AC Comet HARDTOPS 64 CHEVROLET steering, automatic;
H..u.. tsr a1711I..... Parker 372-7680 United Sewing mowers edgers. tampers light
:: has radio also. Private
tr LIVESTOCK cable. Wisconsin Briggs owner. radio heater
fARMS plants
ft..s
fir led Center. Make offers'376-2348. transmission, V-8, bucket seats, ,
Z1 Y&r. EuIpeut II Setel a".1 & Stratton new and used mo
n Feed 6 r.rtWaer II III... a..t.1a FOR SALE full size Apex Ironer tors. Rental sales and service. 63 KARMAN Ghia. $100 and take 3900 miles. $2600

.. 2 I'I U..k Lasdisaphag. -.pplle.Tip Sill IZ IIA BHr.n.Waded 1.Waited Zest $125.like new.GE Original Elec. Oven cost .$299.Roaster Only Meyers 16th Ave.Power Phone Tools.374-3411.230 NE _up payments. Phone 4812381. "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE Was $2995 . . . NOW

original $49.95. Good As new. '55 DODGE. S95 '50 Chevy. S95;
II P.t. a."u. Q Offhis
Deck
:Waiuid .t Zushesu ...&aIa Spass1Iyuttk $25.overhauled.'53 Studebaker Good fishing engine lust and 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 'Also 56 Chevy'56 Ford$150 pickup; '54 truck.Ford $195$95. FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 rfnTGalaxie 4 door hardtop,

hunting car. $75. Call 374-5341. until Al Herndon Service Station, 91' 164
lUltl/ automatic
14' boat
LARSON with .
: fiNANCIAL SERVICE ':DO or 59l064 after 6. fiberglass power steering,
II ........ o.rtulU. St aeel.1 Services trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235 SE 4th St. DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00 transmission radio heater air conditione4.
3 compart. sink. botwater heater. 3911 N. W. 7th St. ,
St--Mu.v .. Lies :n a... I..n....... two 64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles
stove. electric
gas 30
II .rtgagei 14 a"le 6 TV ServiesIs coffee pots. Pool room phone cup 15 runabout & trailer hydrOplane $200 down. take up payments. a beautiful car. $2600
Call FR 2-7431 or FR 2-3785 after YOUR PRICE 000
Wasted U "Uuce A hraUarl bottom perfect condition. $250.
tui7 462-1915. Before I or after 4. Or NOW
Pool 3305 Hawthorne. Rd.. Ph. FR .. 5:00 P.M. Was $2895 . . .
Boyd's Room, f A.M. to
._..jgmfflllsSumWurnL midnight. 2455. -
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16' ft. ZImmel. overnlghter with Impala 4 door
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 53 Office-D.sk Space T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7 canvass top U H. P. electric 63 CHEVROLET :
double stack $13.00 complete kit. motor. Gator trailer with new BARKLEY 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE hardtop, automatic
Jim 419 NW
Veytes. ttti Ave.
a ftTl bath IIQ. alaa 3 BR 2 OFFICE spice for rent including tires S59 5. FR 6-6961. V8 radio
bam house central heat .. air. central heating air conditioning CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew transmission, power steering, ,
cond. 17J per mo. FR 4-J401. utilities and private parking and Used $60 73 Musical MerchsndsaREPOSSESSEORGAN MOTORS"IN THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT heater sharp. $
tot tit SW Third ZlIU
St.
THREE bedroom house. 4 miles Complete FULLER'S line of FOTO photo INC.supplies THE AUTO GAME- Was $2395 . . . NOW
North of Archer on 41. Phone
_45-2214. Archer. 54 Business Rentals 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 Baldwin Spinet organ with tone I BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
I
aiR. 1 bath. all util. turn. Including 200 FT. welded wire fence, ..." cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond 2201 N. Main St. POOLE-GABLE"-" New Yorker 4 door
FOR 2-41 note manuals 25 note 1
lights water fuel 011.. LEASEModern high it line posts. 1 walk gate, FR 2-4373 63 CHRYSLER
with cabinets.A
pedal board 2 tone
steering
air
cond. power
grass cut. JUS per mo. 2636 NW suite of offices. $40. Phone 3764074.REUPHOLSTERED real bargain. Gridley Music power

2nd Ave. 37t-nu. Downtown house and location federal building.near court Ph. 2 piece sectional Co..Gainesville Shopping Center. brakes, radio, heater, air con- $O1QC

LARGE. 4 dining BR. rm.kitchen 2V* baths, livingrm. com _373-70 or ,,"17. round, dressers.mahogany bedroom dining suites table FR 25353.WILL transfer. to responsible party VOLKSWAGENMILLER. 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 ditioned Was $3595 . NOW O I 7 3zo

bination. Good location for chile. SMALL warehouse with platform tor with 4 leaves, reclining chairs.
choice of four spinet or console
Kin- trucks loading t, unloading. In wicker sofa & 2 chairs
dren. 4V% ml. from town on and
Phone city limits. 1132 S. Main' St. pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. 4 door hardtop crow.
cald Rd. $135 per mo. other household Items. NearlyNu litter Spinet Piano trade back. /
371-244 after S P.M.a Phone 1724433 or 37W173. Furniture Shop. 316 NW Ith IMPERIAL
save S220. Wurlitiir Organ with UU power steering, power
Ave. 376.492.WESTINGHOUSE
BR. living rm. dining rm. FOR LEASE MOO sq. ft. store sound It motion pick up payments
kitchen combination. Family rm. building. W. Univ. Ave. Price MOO refrigerator nice. we' have piano to fit brakes, radio, heater, air con- $4295

<. carport. Conveniently located per mo. Call Hershall. Haynes $45 Century 3-speed 16" oscillating any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. NOW YOU CAN BUY YOUR ditioned. Was $3595 . NOW
FR a-2641 or B. F. Mizell FR
In nice NE residential section. fan. $10. 222 S. E. 20th St. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. .
S120 per mo. Call 372-2441 after e-7SSl. Phone FR 61416. @

S P.M. FOR RENT 1.000 sq. ft. warehouse NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera 73 Musical Merchandise BROWN "700" 4 door 4 speed,
7 room 2 story. 3 BR 2V.* baths or store room. 21M sw 5th St. Automatic 101 with flash. Regular .u'.a SECOND CAR AT . 163 CORY AIR : $
$140 per mo. Garage. 535 NE S50 per mo. Call Hershall Hay. $129.95 August Special $105. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS 1030 E. Univ. C 'U. radio i

7th Ave. GR 5-J037. nes FR 67"1.XCEilENT FR 4-2441. or B. F. Mizell Ph. 376-1251. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. Buy choose now from.for this Instant fall.credit.Many to FR 2-3512 heater Was $1595 . NOW 1495

SUBURBAN. 2 bedrooms sleepIng Gainesville Music Center WHOLESALEThese II62
room living room dining : location building for UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY I oc
room. Large yard. Near bus. rent 1221 W. University. 372-5393. INC. 372-5421 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. I / Super Sport 2 door,

Rent $45. FR a-512t. Gladys Smith Realty CUSTOM util. trailer steel frame CHEVROLET

) -PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT.In Three rooms and off-street park. 10 bed of 2x6 In. wood. I.H. GAINESVILLEAUTO 15 Cars Will Be Sold To The Individual h'dtop power steering -
Westpark 2039 NW 55th St.. Ing on S. W. 4th Avenue. Can front exle. Cost $150 now $50. MELTON automatic transmission, V8, radio, heat-
Good tires. 372-4874.
by owner low down payment 3 be leased for S75 per month. Call SALES miles.
Or Dealer At Wholesale Prices. 18,000 $1
BR. Phone 372-0758. Alachua Realty Associates 374244S. FORMICA top 18x20" boards for er. QOC

FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR end or kiddie table, fish cleaningor I I i 1007 N. Main St. Was $2095 . . . NOW I O7D
frame house. tSO per mo. 201* cutting I board, etc. $I. GVille I Phone FR 2-6313
NW 35th Ave. Phone 372-U73. 56 Business Opportunities l Auto Top Shop.ACETYLENE I Northcentra! FlorldusLargest MOTORS
Savoy 2 door automatic -
OLDS
THREE bedroom house for rent MONEY MAKER. New business. welder' complete outfit 58 62 PLYMOUTH '
at 41S N.E. 43rd Ter. $90 per Good location near Shopping tire machine bench grinder Independent Dealer Hardtop. trunsmissioji -
month. Phone F R a-556S. 1 & other service.
grease gun.
Center. station equipment. Phone 3722489. radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean. $
TWO BR. 1 bath stone and concrete Call Gladys Smith Realtor 62 MERCURYStation $265 j 095-

house. Freshly painted 1221 W. University 372-5393 "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV wagon full power, Was $1195 . . NOW
walls. Inlaid oak floors 'Ig. shady Value Rated
yr. guarantee on picture ti'be. air conditioning one owner '
yard. No children or pets. NEEDED S39i refrigerators $25; sofabedand new car trade In. solid white. 57 STUDEBAKER V-20. 4 door, auto-
321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035. chair. $29; sofabed $19; Used Cars 161 VALIANT
25 dIesel truck tractors not more $1995 Station Wagon. I 1 matic transmission
3 BEDRM. unfurn. NE than 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- new platform rockers $12.95. ,
3 Bedrm. unfurn NE Ing trailers In Central Florida. Call WJIItams Service Center. B&G MOTOR CO. $225 radio, heater real sharp.
2 Bedrm. unfurn. NW Permanent lease paid weekly. I Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937. $1 045
3 Bed Rnv. 2 bath. turn.. split Call terminal manager e to 5 turntable with Cadillac Oldsmobile 62 CHEVROLETStation Was $1145 . . . NOW I
REKO-Kut
level 1225.00 mo. Monday thru Friday. Winter Gar. STEREO 2001 NW 13th St.- wagon Belair power '
new cartrIdge. perfect condition 57 RAMBLERStation
Realtor den Fla. Phone 454-2772. steering power brakes radio
Mary Moeller $50. IMS N.W. 7th St. Phone heater 9 door station
101' W. University FR 6-4471 passenger white Wagon. PLYMOUTH
FR 64728.REFRIGERATOR
II with blue Interior
61 Wanted
to Buy powersteering
49 Rooms For Rent full size West. FOR THE CORRECT $1895 $230 brakes radio heater dual
STAMP COLLECTIONS. Get our Inghouie with freezer compart. TIME power ,
1825 N.W. 7th St. air conditioners. '
ATTENTION MALE STUDENTS. fair cash offer. Phone 3722702. ment. $40.

,double rooms at reasonable rates CASH for your used appliances' Phone FR 6-4728. FR 2-1411 '62 VALIANT '57 STUDEBAKER4Door Was $1395 . . . NOW $1 09'5
kitchen llv. room maid service furniture clothIng. etc Call Williams TV. perfect cond.. will sacrifice 2 door hardtop. standard Sedan.
Included. FR 2-2726. Service Center, Hawthorne for 1)0. Also RCA stereo port.. Courtesy Of transmission radio heater -

LARGE room for men for rent Rd 372-337 like new cond. $39. 805 NE 11th solid black with red Inter $250 station wagon, 4
tingle or double access to show Ave. FR 25047.YASHICA.MA.T University Chevrolet tor. # 60 CHEVROLET
door
ers end refrigerator. Phone FR 64 Household Goods automatic camera. P4MaiaSt." at 16th Ave. $1295 automatictransmission

2-111 or 371-1115. 416 N.E. 2nd field case & 3.5 mm. lens. New '57 OLDS radio heater, air
Ave. AIR CONDITIONER Kelvlnator, 10. $50. Alss other equipment. Phone $1195 1
conditioned Was
$1395 NOW
000 BTU. only 1 year old. |lust 372-8238.. 4-Door Sedan. ,
FOR businessman or student. master cleaned fc serviced. Phone FR 62 SAAB
bedroom. T.V.. phone etc.. prl. 2-40tt. FRIGIDAIRE refrlg.; 18.500 BTU 2 door sedan economical
entrance, garage apace avalL Coldapot Air conditioner with 3 I 1964 transportation. $160 Bel Air, 2 door,
444-3211 after '. ONE 40" Electric range excellent yr..,- g u a rantee. Reasonable. 60 CHEVROLET .
condition. Phone FR 2-1533 for In- I $995 power steering,
372-6402.
Phone
LARGE corner room. dlolning\ private
formation. '
Beth end entrance, maid tnd SIMMONS elec. hospital bed bv 58 PLYMOUTH radio, heater air conditioned.

linens ness men.2 working Can be gIrls seen or 2 at bull-114 t.tllDMaytegautometlc' S&5. Phone 374-205 after wethflr I P.M. I etudes. used mattress less than side 1 rails yr. trapese. Ph.-, FORD '61 OLDS 2-Doer.. Herdtop- Mechanic Steili. Was $1095 . . . NOW $995

N.W. 2nd St. 2 studio couches with bolsters 376-4037. passenger station wagon ; $125

brown newly covered. S20 ea. ,. power steering power brake*, 4 door
LARGE dbl. BR for rent. Prefer BEAUTIFUL walnut bar. long. Impala,
.._L working ladles. Private entrance 3024 NE 10th St. 6 Rattan stools. suitable for air conditioned radio. heater 60 CHEVROLET
access to bath. Reasonable 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like new.S80. Kern'or business. $200. Without beige with beige Interior '57 FORD automatic trans-
rates. 374-1440. 7:00 t Call 372-4081. after 5:30 P.M. stools $150. FR 2-4496. $1795 mission radio heater. $
12:30 A.M. CLEARANCE Station Wagon. 1AAF

NICE comfortable rooms tor male CHEAP.at 1405 N.W.40" gas 13th range St. US. See QUAILS Phone for 481-2674.sale. Live or dressed. Was $1295 . . . NOW IU7JIL
students In prlvat. homes. Phone 60 OLDS $250
FR 4-5154. LIVING or Fla. rm. suite 2 foam IF carpets look dull and dreary
: rubber 2 end tables. ".." 4 door hardtop full 4 door standard transmiiOU
lounges. corner remove the spots as they appear I (\ -
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NICE furnished room convenientto electric power air conditioning. artlc DODGE
Rent
table. Simmons hide-a-bed. with Blue Lustre. SALE '
University and downtown. UphoL chairs. Make offers. 376'I shameooer $1. McDaniell Furn. white with blue Interior. 56 RAMBLER sion, 6 cyl.! heat-: $

: Phone FR 22815.. ''I 2341. Co.ter.. Gainesville Shopping Cen- locally owned car. Station Wagon. .- er, real sharp. Was $795 NOW OV3

UPRIGHT freezer good condition $1395
: 51-A Wanted To Rent original cost $375. Will take S100. XACTA CAMERA. like new. $290

:' GARAGE. near Univ. for antique I _Phone FR 4-5154. half price. Call 372-1693. II '60 OLDS 158 BUICK 2 door Century! hardtop

automobile. Phone 374-3111 ext. FEDDERS Air Cond. U500 BTU SHAW '56 FORD power steering, power
S41X- Dr.- Lev.HOUSE.apartmer. Like $100. Phone 88" 4 door sedan. power brakes radio heater
SUBLEASEBuilding Neme. new. steering power brakes radio. cream puff.
Station Wagon. $695
: bedrooms near elementary AIR conditioner. 14,000 BTU $150; whit.$1195
must be.furnished tor small fam 229 W. UNIV. AVE. 1 refrlg.. $50; 1 refrig. $25 1 & $160
.. Ily.f 3. Write P. O. Box BB space heater 120.000 BTU $35;
Cress City Fla Next Door to Florida 1 Irg. attic fan. 42". S75; 22 In. 158- 4 door, automatictransmission
PLYMOUTH
Theatre. window fan. $15; 1 bedroom 6G FALCON 55 FORD
: 53 Office-Desk Space suite. $75; 1 dinette set with 6 I ra-
2 door sedan standard trans-
PHONE 372.0440 chairs, formica top $SO. 1119 SE KEETER mission. heater runs good. Station Wagon. dio heater V8. $4Ar

:. ,OFFICE.space Phone forrent FR near UniersIty. 22nd Av*. First on house right.past Ever I $395 $100 Was $545 . . . NOW 495



43012.SERVICES 238 W. University '60 ENGLISH FORD --- 'Xi- "55 METRO 157 OLDS 4.door automatic transmisSion -

Anglia 4 door sedan. radio, heater $

Phone FR 6-5371 $345 $225 -_ PS, clean. Was $545 NOW 495



ij '57 FORD '54 METRO ''57 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 door

; 2 door sedln. VS. automatic Convertible. sedan, outomatrcrammission -
And
Home Business transmission 2 tone blue radio, heater, sharp. $

$395AS $150 Was $695 . . . NOW 54556



Bulldozing Plumbing SALEs IS SPECIAL '54 CHEVROLET FORD 495

SMALL bulldozer lOader. dump 57 PLYMOUTHStation $65 4 door, radio heater,

trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Top SEWER INSTALLEDNEW wagon; radio heater. V8. Was $495 . NOW :
automatic "
transmission
soil. Phone 372-7*44. used fixtures complete new

HUGULEY.plumbing service Gainesville-BIG"Plum JIM- transmission needs paint '53 CHEVROLET ..
LandscapingLANDSCAPE $145
.
.422.159.Upholstery
$150 IMPORTED
J SERVICE CARS

Crass-Sod-Garden 'Main-Nursery .
stock of all kinds.CREVASSES L p1 '
UPHOLSTER your furniture at MELlONMOTORS 'PLYMOUTH convertibfe .
NURSERY radio
reasonable prices. Call Sally. 63 TRIUMPH :
I Landscape Co. Experienced. FR 69888.4248 heater. $
FR 4-2514 for free estimate. $40
N.W 13th TerRemodeling

Was $1595 . . . NOW 1495
Lawnmower Service E El


F L. Lawnmower for fast and door heate
Shop
63 VOLKSWAGEN2iharp. '
DO YOU NEED. Florida
room extra
dependable service 105 S. W.2nd .
roonv more room, roof
Ave. We sharpen Knives scissors work IDGWAYMOTOR
and repair small electric or maybe a complete new home? RI i Was $1595 NOW 1495

motors. For'I- work free estimate.phone &Carl guaranteed C- ACRI 703 "


Air Appliance Conditioning Repair & Sun Want Ads Waters. 3728049.EXPERIENCED. CARPENTERPaint N. MAINFR CO. 62 VOLKSWAGEN SUhlnl; rad!

and repair lobs performed by -
Get Results carpenter who loves his trade. I : heater. Was $1395 . NOW 1325 I
CALL FR 6-4907
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP 6-7571 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

First In air conditioning and Appliance 2 door hardtop radio
repairs. Wa sell guaran- Sewing Machine Repair 760 METRO "

feed w.,.". ,.. rtfrlgarateri. ate.Pft Mortgage Broker heater, $ AH

4-6M7. I CALL-SEWING 'MACHINE SfcR. Was $495 . e'1!'
VICE CO. 81S W. University AA NOW q 1 J
MORTGAGE MONEY
Auto Gloss 5V4 Terms to Ave. 374-1075. We repair all I
per cent Interest.
Makes Warn fully guaranteed 5 % & 5 % SALE
25 years. "00, 4 door, heater, :
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 158 FIAT
AUTO CLASS U our anly bualo'' TELEVJSION clean.
Installation $

beauty free IMM. pickup ti Immediate valua a. delivery.to your car.MAULD1N' Add I: Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 PICTURE\ TUBE Repair Special. Jl NLCs 1964 RAMBLERS Was $595 . NOW 445

co.I I FHA and conventional lowest per Inch plus lID to Install most
$ AUTO GLASS
curr<%t rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special 2 DOOR COST $ 1693 I
3N.W.amSt._ __ FR a-MSa. 2
r. years. Will gladly discuss at no Reconditioned TVs from 19.95.
obligation. Call tomorrow. THE VARIETY STORE SEDAN plus 5% 84 I 56 VOLKSWAGEN ea.r: $ "d3
--Auto Equipment J. W. KIRKPATRICK./ /Realtor 7 S.E. 1st Ave.

31 N. Main St. Ph. FR I4494 4 Technician's with (4 years experience Was $545 . . . NOW 495See
DULiCACkrbuih& on all makes.T. .
FRED B. ARNOLD
axcnanoadi Repair kit tor REALTOR t V. SERVICE 1777
Walker Jeck Factory 8 vtttortetd FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS J. I SMITH. WILBUR
Walker Hydraulic Jack PROMPT DEPENDABLE.. : ,. SLIGH, PAUL
Open t to a-Closed Wed. at I P.M.
ServIce SERVICE Aoant.at SUPPLY HULL'S 1314 BRAKE a.M !III!.* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-1525 KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE BARNETT. FRANK GRAY.

'ln FR 7-14T7 GLADYS SmiTh Realtor. FHA 421V1 N. W. lOlh FH. 171-3177 ON ALL
8M conventional loans. Low
: Appraisal Service ... Terms to 2$ vears. 1221
W. Univ. Ave. 372-J3*!. I USED CARS 1
Delivered! With or Without Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
---- ,aiD *. AMNObO P. H. A ft Com. Loens i HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
REALTOR FOROYCE d ASSOCIATES INC. 1- STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST! I
RIAL 1ST AT I APPRAISAL '
REALTORS
__ SERVICE _a?' W. Untv. T74-1M Sun Want Ads Home of 5% Profit 5% Financing
121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. nsm CRANELINCOLNMERCURY

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