Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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!, .- 'Killing Oswald Was My Own Idea, Says Ruby ,

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\ ::NEW YORK AP.) Jack "I was never malicious toward that it said quoted the testi- have expressed distress con- It became known less than a ren Commission in Washington. go into, my case thoroughly cl- f

Ruby, in purported secret testi- this person. No one else mony. Some of the quotes were cerning the JournalAmericanarticle month later that the FBI, and ." The article was the first cumstantially. If, he had gone (

mony given to the Warren Commission requested me to do anything. I the, same as those in the Jour- which, on superficial ex- state and city police had con- of three scheduled articles. into it, he wouldn't have triedto

said it was strictly his never spoke to anyone about at- nal-American. amination, appeared to contain cluded that Oswald acted alone
Ruby did not testify duringhis vindicate me on an insanity
own idea to kill Lee Harvey Os- tempting to do anything. No verbatim secret testimony.' '
and had connection
The of the commission, Ruby no murder trial and his attor-
wald, accused assassin of Pres subversive organization gaveme The officials were not identi- plea to relieve me of all re-
headed U.s. Chief Justice with the plan to assassinate Melvin Belli tried to
by ney prove
ident Kennedy. any idea. No underworld fied by the Times. sponsibility, because circumstantially -
Earl Warren, is expected to be Kennedy. him insane at the time the mur-
In a copyrighted story Tues persons made any effort to con- Ruby shot and killed Oswaldin everything looks so
der committed.The .
.day by. Journal-American columnist tact me. It all happened that published in midSeptember.In the basement of Dallas Police Miss Kilgallen said she ob- was bad for me. It can happen it

I Dorothy Kilgallen, Rubyis Sunday morning." a Washington dispatch today Headquarters last Nov. 24, tained the actual transcript of Journal-American quotes happens to many people who
quoted as having told War- The Dallas Times-Herald also the New York Times reported two days after Kennedy was as- Warren's interview with Ruby Ruby as telling Warren: happen to be in the wrong placeat

ren June 7: published an article Tuesday commission officialsRainy sassinated. "from sources close to the War- "Mr. Belli evidently did not the right time."

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,I. 1 i Johnson Reveals

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Y 0 Financial Worth

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f I If .. b R h Y v.> SyncomPlaced Democrats Kill I Mostly

'Great Debates' In Wife'sName

\ '.tr. 4/ '1 e'sus. WASHINGTON (AP) Senate Democrats have relieved

.jf OrbitCAPE President Johnson of the burdpn of deciding whether to debate -
q. frontation.Sen. Barry Goldwater in a radio-television campaign con-

They locked horns with Republicans over the issue of who WASHINGTON (AP) An
KENNEDY, Fla. AP) is chicken.By accounting firm hired at the direction -

The Syncom 3 communications a 44-41 vote the Senate tabled Tuesday night and thus of President Johnson re-
i r ....__. ___'___M_ ,-- -... .. .'--- ....-- satellite, intended to relay killed legislation to suspend equal time provisions of the ported today that the Johnson
1 television pictures of the October Communications Act. family fortune totals 3484098.

School Day Olympic Games in Japan The measure was similar to the one which paved the way The firm of Haskins & Sells
quickly to North America and for Kennedy-Nixon debates in 1960. said the President and Mrs.

Rain greeted these three Alachua County teachers this morning at P. K. Yonge Europe, rocketed into a prelim- Twelve Democrats joined 29 Republicans in opposing the ta- Johnson and their two daughters -
inary orbit today en route to a bling. All the 44 votes to kill were cast by Democrats.Sen. Lynda Bird and Luci
School. They, along with 763 other county teachers, are attending a county-wide meet-
ing and Florida Education Association program. School for teachers began last Monday planned stationary post high Norris Cotton, R-N.H., charged that it was "very evident Baines had total assets of $3-:

; for students, it opens Sept. 1. These teachers are Kay Hall, Helen Buschman, above the Pacific Ocean. some influence has been ordered from higher up to junk 682,770 as of July 31.

both starting their first year, and Diane Williams, who has taught for a year. All will Officials were cheered by the this bill because of the exigencies of this campaign." On the same date, the family

work at Santa Fe. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) early success of the mission. Sen. John 0. Pastore, D-R.L, the keynote speaker for the had liabilities of $198,672, which

But the "Olympic Star' satellite Democratic National Convention opening Monday, voted against reduced their net worth to $3-
tabling the compromise measure which he has supported.
must execute a number of com- 484,098. .
Pastore said Goldwater has once declared on a television
Fallout Shelters plex maneuvers in the next 12 The accounting firm said
program the President of the United States should not be placedin
days to shift its orbit and reach
President Johnson's assets
the position of debating .
its the world's first tru
goal as
amounted to $477,417 and his
Rd. bill would have
Speed rejected suspended for 60 days the re-
ly synchronous stationary' quirement that if a network offered free time to any presi- liabilities were $99,336..

In Schools Pushed satellite. dential candidate, it would have to give equal time to all, The detailed statistical table
Limit to FallBy While Syncom 3 is a research including those of perhaps a dozen minor parties. made it evident that most of the

a vehicle and teleyision is not its Although nobody concerned would say publicly that Johnson Johnson wealth is held in the

By NORM LaCOE school plants and attempt to incorporate NORM LaCOE main job successful interconti- wanted the bill killed, the action,came after Democrats legis- name of the First Lady. Mrs.

Sun Staff Writer a shelter program. Sun Staff Writer nental transmission of Olympic lative leaders had conferred with him at the White House. Johnson's assets were said to

The Alachua County Com- Alachua County's'goal is to pictures would be the most dra-
The speed limit on NewberryRoad (See JOHNSON on Page 2))
mission threw its weight yester- provide 100 per cent protectionfor near Terwilliger Elemen- matic performance' so far by
day behind a move to build every citizen. communications satellites.U.S. .
tary School will be lowered
fallout shelters in all new Fallout shelters in schoolsare ., Japanese, Canadian and Dillon
from 65 to 45 miles an hour, the Urges Excise Cuts
schools. favored by civil defense Alachua County Commissi European interests plan to

The commissioners appointeda leaders. Not only are children was told yesterday.Roy spend nearly $1 million to dem- i
committee, with Karl Lund- offered protection but most

gren as chairman, to study neighborhoods have schools so said he Miller learned, county the State engineer Road, onstrate ability with Olympic Syncom television 3. Practic-cap- As Dem Platform Plank !

that no citizen has too far to go Board will approve the county ally none of the transmissionwill
to find a shelter. be live, primarily becauseof I
Lightning request to lower the speed lim- !
Dale Smith school board it. Newberry Road links Gaines- time differences, and ironic- New dark mimes excise reduction would not be I!

member, previously was ap- ville to Interstate 75. ally, Canadian and European By ANTHONY LEWIS Additional political stor- conditioned on the next budget

Delays pointed to the committee.G. Parents whose children must viewers probably will see more WASHINGTON ies on Page 7. being in balance. I

M. Davis, county com- attend the new school have been of the film relayed by Syncom the Secretaryof Dillon was one of a numberof
mission chairman, filled out the concerned that 3 than will those in the United Treasury Douglas Dillon I
Gemini Shot committee. He named Lund- Newberry Road States. came out Tuesday for a similar items. Others are on alcohol witnesses from the govern-

gren, who is with the Associa- State Road?26 is the only TAD-thrust thoroughgoing reduction in ex- tobacco, automobiles, tel- ment, labor and business who I
access to the new school. Ter- The three-stage cise tax rates next year. evision sets and telephone calls. testified on economic subjects '
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) tion for Community-wide Protection williger school lies just south of augmented Delta rocket bar before the platform committee
A series of ,lightning bolts Against Nuclear Attack; Newberry Road at 62nd St. reled away from Cape Kennedyat He told Democratic Party The taxes were levied at va- Tuesday. Those from the gov-
Commissioner Edgar Johnson platform writers that many excises rious times, dating back to
which caused considerable dam- ; Miller said the road board is 7:15 a.m. (EST) to propelthe ernment all pointed with prideto
Dr. Don Sawyer, University of no longer serve their purpose World War II. Dillon called
the Project Gemini satellite into
on drum-shaped
age sending a man to Gainesvillethis the last four years and with
Florida civil and Pete are "an unnecessary them "hodgepodge" and said
engineer a
launching pad apparently has ; week to study the road and the "transfer" orbit a great alarm to the eight previous -
Bethel civil defense director nuisance to taxpayers and gov- they needed a "thorough over-
erased any possibility of a two- egg-shaped route ranging from
decide whether it will be Republican -years.
per- ernment alike. He said "next "
haul, not just a repeal of
man orbital flight this year. about 700 to 22,300 miles above
Davis missable to build sidewalks in year is the time" for over all some of those best known to Dillon a Republican himself,
Officials said the mishap suggested the Alachua the school vicinity.The (See SYNCOM on Page 2)) excise tax rate revision and re the public. said that when the Kennedy administration -
delegation to state
probably means that astronauts legisla- county commission is interested peal. took over in 1961 I
ture also be invited to the The House Ways and Means
Virgil I. Grissom and John W. in building sidewalksfor "our economy was bog g ed''
This was a distinct shift 0 f
has held hear-
Young will have to wait, until the safety of children. just down in its fourth postwar re .1
committee will be to position for the Treasury Department ings the excise tax
job on problem.
make the first tan- "
1965 to
early However, since Newb err WHERE TOT
y and the administration.
study how to raise to Dillon said the Treasury was
dem flight. They were to take a money Road is a state road, all ac- They have resisted Re- Today," he continued, "we '
build of its and 'I
shelters. making a study own
three-orbit, five-hour ride are in the middle of our fourth
space tions must be approved by the
Lundgren told the commission FIND: publican efforts in the current would have specific recommen- I
in midDecember.As of continued economic ad-
road board.
the goal is to provide 100 per session of Congress to repeal dations to give to Congress next !
an electrical storm swept cent protection, which means Roy Miller, county engineer, 0 Comics . . 35 some excise levies, saying that year. vance the best period 0 f ,
over Cape Kennedy Monday that even in the most severe told the commission that even Classified .36-39 the whole"matter needed more This promise of further tax peacetime prosperity" in our en

night, several lightning bolts fallout, 99, per cent of gamma with road board approval, sidewalks Entertainment 35 study and that relief should relief was tied in the secre- tire modern history. I

struck the Gemini launching rays never would reach personsin cannot be finished before Obituaries .' . 2 come in perhaps 1966. tary's prepared statement to His testimony said prudence.
complex. They damaged systems school . 4 and moderation would be the
the shelter. begins. Opinion Page Federal excises are levied in the phrase, "as warranted by
in Titan 2 rocket on the Democratic administra t on's
a Shelters would be designed to Almost all children attendingthe Sports 13-15 a number of categories. The our economic and budgetary
pad and in the ground support school this year live at least Women's . .10, 11 best-known are the retail taxeson position. But inquiry at the watchwords in the economic

(See SHELTERS on Page 2)) (See SPEED on Page 2)) cosmetics, furs, luggage and Treasury made clear that the (See PLATFORM on Page 2))

: equipment.Adams Hits Cabinet System, a llfl'ITII


Education Setup in FloridaBy 6ndoq}. ; {' r ,

.CLIP CORMIERSun net, and especially ,Gov. Farris cerning Dr. Blackwell were appropriate a7 9

Education Writer Bryant, on various issues has for a member of the

Tom Adams, Florida's outspoken -. earned him the nickname cabinet, and the matter is still .
secretary of state, "watchdog for the cabinet. germane," he said. -

charged here yesterday that the After warming up with a few "Involved as I,, am, I can fully A

state's unique cabinet system of general statements about Flori- appreciate the frustration not fl- j .3' i I
government administration has da government, Adams launched only of Gordon Blackwell but t:1: : 6, i'II
been severely weakened by into his favorite subject, of Wayne Reitz, ,John Allen f A" II

backscratching politics. higher education.. -
Since Florida State'Universi- :) L !
There is too much tacit agreement I
ty's President Gordon Blackwell .1 -J
and not enough open discussion and Ken Williams !
the presidents .
announced he will his
: quit post, ; b j
in Tallahas '
of matters of the state's universi
Adams has criticized the han- .
see Adams ,said, in a speech ties. !
dling of university affairs'by the ;
before the Gainesville Rot a ry .
state administration.He "No one is suggesting unlim- _
Club."Florida's. _
leaders can no has maintained that Black- ited autonomy for any institution -

longer seclude themselves in well quit because of frustrationover but there is such a thingas -
outside interference in institutional integrity. We
cloistered rooms, be '
affairs. Presidents of cannot abrogate academic free-
said. "Public Issues' must be campus
laid: on the table where they can ,several junior colleges also are dom. I doubt very seriously if, -

'be scrutinized by men of understanding ready to ,quit for .the same rea anyone would attempt to manage _..._-- _._ ------:.. -> --- -;' I
son,said Adams: business affairs the way our
Adams' criticism of the cab- "The statements I made con- (See ADAMS on Page 2) Packed luncheon meeting hear attack on education system renewed
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I -1--- Gainesville Sun Wednesday, August 19, 1964 "

. -Congo Savagery Is Told RoundupZONES : ;, ":. ,I I

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I \; In Death of UN Officials I :;


; LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo companion, Francois Preziosi,''supported rebels in the area! with A-Partly scattered cloudy mostly through daytime Thursday thun- ,-.::; \ of Port-

I (AP) An account of savagery 43, Bukavu representative of the but that they insisted on carrying -' dershowers. Low tonight 70 to 77. in
i fand murder has been brought U.N. High Commission for Ref- out their mission.As High Thursday 87 to '3. Variable .
sed New-
winds 5
" to IS miles an hour.F. :
: back by a Congolese driver who the ..
ugees. they approached camp,
G. H, I, J Widely scattered \ company
: witnessed the death of two U.N. Plicque and Preziosi had goneto Yogolero said, they saw men showers through Thursday. Low tonight Alachua

: officials on a mercy mission to the encampment just north of armed with submachine guns, In the 70s. High Thursday M that it has n
I to U. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles
: a Watusi refugee camp. Bukavu on Lake Kivu in the rifles and gasoline bombs lurking an hour. Nw\ E)

: The driver reported to U.N. eastern Congo to free 120 refu- along the roadside. After K-Fair except for I few Isolated \ that if
: authorities Tuesday that the two gees held by authorities and in- continuing a third of a mile, the showers through Thursday. Low tonight \\I. i ij between

: Frenchmen were hacked with vestigate reports of threatened car was stopped by the rebels 90. Variable around winds 80. High i to Thursday IS miles about an H\ ". .I will
: machetes and hit with a burst of reprisals against Watusi refu- and some Watusis carrying i hour. .- jc. .

: machinegun fire by a mob of gees. spears and machetes. B, G; D, E-Scattered thundershowers .,..... be endang-

r. Watusi warriors and Congolese The tall and fierce Watusis 'The crowd began to howl, including through Thurs- ,

:: rebels. have been fleeing Rwanda the women and children day. Low tonight in the 70s., -I' \aQ also favor

.;; As the crowd hurled itself on since 1959 when their former who were a short distance High Thursday 90 to 94. is a local
: him, Jean Plicque, 33, nead of slaves, the Bahutu, gained control away" the driver said. He Variable winds 5 to 15 milesan GAINESVILLE I I .
the Bukavu branch of the Inter- of the country. About 60,000' stepped out of the car, waving a hour. Municipal Airport readingsfor with its
: national in the 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: try to
Labor Organization, Watusis are Congo. I white handkerchief. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
pleaded: "Gentlemen, we are George Yogolero, the Congo High 82 at 2 p.m., low 75 at out of bus- P

: here to help you and not for lese chauffeur of the U.N. officials -; Jacksonville High 89 Low 72 Prtcp..49 12-5 a.m. Rainfall 1.24 inches. i
More About Miami 81 10 ALMANAC
anything else." said the two mtn: had' Tampa 89 79 Sunset today ..;....... 7:06 p.m. that
: A Congolese rebel then fired a been warned that the Watusis Atlanta IS t& Sunrise tomorrow ........... 6.10 a.m. fly-by-night
New Orleans 89 71 .OS Moonset tomorrow....... 3.74 a.m. '
: dozen shots at Plicque and his sympathized with Communist-; Johnson Boston 80 58 .06 Full Moon ....__.............. Aug. 23 the Ala-
.1 Washington 87 J? PROMINENT STARFomalhaut
Chicago 76 M rises .......... 9.14pm. ices, and
Kansas City 88 65 VISIBLE PLANETS regard to

From Page 1 Denver Ft. Worth 92 90 74 61 .03 Jupiter Saturn,well rises above....Fomalhaut..... ..... 11:43 p.m l .
House Vote Los Angeles 86 67 ......
\ to. Venus, rises .. 2.54: a.m. attor-
Seattle U 52 .20 nty
total $2,225,634 with liabilities of Mars north of Venus. '
.- $99,336. EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to Thursdays-High at 12:51 am. and
IS knots through Thursday. Widely 11:39 am. Low at t-04: am. and have the
This gave Mrs. Johnson a net I scattered showers. 6.52 .
p.m.QIttuarit exclusive

I Senate Talking worth$378,081 of $2,126,298 for the comparedwith chief ex I 5 Day Forecast

ecutive. \ approved a

; WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Supreme Court from reviewing Temperatures will be'and 92, normal lows in the 70s. hearing
] for
: Senate keeps talking, but the such cases decided in Lynda Bird Johnson's assets near to a little above normal.\About an inch of rain can be expected .. "
Those of
were put at $490,141.
courts. Normal highs are between 88: in afternoon showers.
House what has state
votes today on supreme of bus-
II her sister Luci Baines were a
: become a key issue in the fad- Both the Senate and House given as $489,578.The I
ing session of Congress apportionment -moves are aimed at undoing a
table listed no liabilitiesfor I discussi o n,
: Supreme Court ruling that both
F of state legisla-
either of the daughters. in a sug-
F. : tures. houses of a state legislaturemust that
I. : A Senate filibuster is holding be based on population. During recent months, pub- the hands

: back action on a proposal by i There is strong opposition in lished estimates of the size of to cre-

F Senate Republican Leader Everett -, the House to the Supreme Court the Johnson fortune have FLORENCE REUSS VERNICE BROCK .

1 : M. Dirksen of Illinois that ruling, but the very toughness of ranged from about $4 million to I Funeral services will be at franchise
Funeral services will be at
r would permit states to delay' the Tuck bill is causing some $14 million.It 4 p.m. tomorrow for Vernice I
11 tomorrow for Mrs Flor- a non-ex
.: court-ordered reapportionment.But misgivings among those who a.m. 'Earl Brock, 50, who died yesterday I
seemed that muchof ence H. Reuss, 60, who died attorney,
a bill much tougher on the would like to see the ruling apparent at Alachua Generai Hos- I 'I
this broad could be yesterday at her home. a non-
federal courts is for a vote in overturned. spread pital. I 'I
up Mrs. Reuss of 1801!) NW 11th might. have
accounted for by using differ- ,
Mr. Brock of 2315 SE 9th
the House. They feel there is more -
question ent methods of the Rd., was born May 30, 1904 in ;
Offered by Rep. William M. of the constitutionality of estimating I Ave., was born Aug. 17, 1914 in
Johnson wealth.If Oakdale Ill. She was a mem- I
Tuck, D-Va., it would remove the Tuck bill than there is of the ber of the First Levy County. He was a mem-

Ia jurisdiction over state-reappor-Dirksen proposal and thus more' wealth is figured on the of Gainesville.Dr. PresbyterianChurch ber of the Church of God.

T tionment cases from the lower, likelihood that it might be vetoed -, book value of securities held, it U. S. Gordon will offici- I Rev. Donald T. Pembertonwill .

c. federal courts and prevent thei I I by President Johnson. can conceivably, be many times ate at services at lona Chapel. 'Long officiate at services at the age
lower than if figured on the Burial will be in Nashville, Ill. Baptist Church. ,
Burial will be in Branch
i. More basis of the current market val The casket will be open for Long School

ue of the same securities. friends to pay respects at the .Cemetery. ; millage levy
Survivors include his
: wife
AboutAdams Williams-Thomas from year to
Robert Van Arsdale resident Chapel Mae Padgett Brock; 11 children
partner for Haskiins & Sells in noon today until 9 a.m. Thurs Mrs. Wanda Thompson of yester-of one

Washington, declined to answer,day.Survivors Starke, Mrs. Lois Hersey of fund.
include her husband
From 1 any questions about the five- : Gainesville, Mrs. Yvonne Thorn- new levy
Page Lawrence A. Reus.; one :
page financial statement. He referred ason of Gainesville Mrs. Ger-
son, Richard B. Reuss of Savannah operations
universities- have- been "It's time started all questions to Everett aldine Estes of Gainesville, Mrs. the
opera-, high we Ga.; two brothers, By- sinking
Shifflet in the firm'sNew Barbara Suttles of Gainesville
ted. classifying our four year insti- a partner ron 0. House and Lawrence outstanding

Adams said a major improvement 'tutions. Everybody wants to York headquarters."I'm House, both of Nashville: HI. Mrs. Ander Elaine Moody of Gainesville : the school

in university administration have a university, not just a col not familiar with what'sin Padget of Jackson- for opera-
ville, Willie Padgett of Jacksonville ure."p
S will result if the voters approve -lege. the report," Van Arsdale the sink-
;; the Board of Regents in a Adams said the latest examplewas said. He said the document was Harry Fleming, 82, owner of James Brock of Gaines-
the Hawthorne Moss Co. died ville, Harold Brock of Gaines- I
'institutional amendment to beNovember's the state's newest institution prepared in the New York of- : the county
t "in ballot. The nine- in Pensacola. fice. yesterday at his home. ville and Howard Brock of ,certify

member Board of Regents each "Everyone, including President Mr. Fleming was born Oct. 10, Gainesville; two brothers, VascoL. I millage lev

appointed for staggered nine- Harold Crosby, agreed it White House press secretary 1882 in Youngstown, Ohio. He Brock of Jacksonville and .

: year terms would replace the was time to start classifying.But George Reedy declined to say was a member of the Methodist James B. Brock of Bronson; still

present State Board of Control. they said "please don't why Johnson ordered the financial -Church. three sisters, Mrs. Mamie Park- They

In addition, Adams said, he start with us'." study and its release. Funeral arrangements will be erson of Macclenny, Mrs. Minnie : level

: favors having a board of trustees Junior college presidents I. announced later. Modisett of Bronson and | is com-
for each university to handle i should be removed from under However, in the 1952 presidential -I Mr. Fleming is survived by Mrs. Alice Hicks. of Belton, county mil
campaign, Adlai E. Stevenson -
his wife Alice L. Texas.
: the political matters now the county school superintendents Fleming. .
the Democratic nominee
shouldered by the university where they now occupy the Williams Thomas Funeral Williams Thomas Funeral cent for
I made rundown his
public a on
: presidents. : status of a glorified school prin- financial position. A like state- Home is in charge. Home is in charge. property

The secretary of state criticized -cipal, Adams said. I '
ment was issued later by his
: the "university" designation Adams was introduced by Jim
opponent, Republican Dwight D. More About
: of each new institution being Quincy, program chairman of Eisenhower.
; added to Florida's system of the Rotary Club. Rotary Presi-

:; higher education, calling it dent Ed Peck presided at the Financial figures for Sen. Barry i Platform

"provincial pride." luncheon. Goldwater, the 1964 Republican

:; The result is a hodge-podge of Last night Adams was honored presidential nominee, were '

unrelated institutions instead of with a reception at Peck's given out Aug. 13 by the Val- From Page 1a a c k- Dur-

:! one great system such as there horn attended by several hun- ey National Bank of Phoenix, sphere. This continued the gain of $150 billion in four ,"chair-

: is in California, he said. dred men. Ariz., which administers the steady theme at the hearings, years. by the

Goldwater trust accounts. of implied attack on the Re- The Secretary of Commerce, ill yesterday to

The holdings of Goldwaterand I publican nominee, Sen. Barry by _
Luther H.
'l.RELATED STORY } Hodges, spoke of "a
: S. H. Bay-
his wife Goldwater immoderate."We .
y were shown as totaling as greater national understandingon
$1.7 million as of June 30, have rejected j er economic issues" these I their

largely in stocks. tremes," Dillon said. He put days. He said the Democratic three miles!

I Haskins & Sells released, special emphasis on the cost- administration was largely re !
is flooded
Bailey Proud of Progress i along with its report on the consciousness of the administration sponsible. road situa-

Johnson family's holdings, a saying i it was "fru Secretary of Labor W. Wil- I

letter from the firm to the President gal." And he said the debt had lard Wirtz said that strike losses their

; III Education by Florida dated Tuesday.In i been managed "prudently." in the economy had been ; from prop-sur

I this letter, the firm noted For the first time since World I cut sharply during the last four I from U. S. _
: TALLAHASSEE (AP) State I One college president Gordon' that Johnson had instructed it War II, he said the national years. The man hours lost were i A and the

: School Supt. Thomas Bailey Blackwell of Florida State Uni- on July 7 to audit the accounting debt was as low as 50 percent down to less than half what !

blasted Secretary of State Tom versity, recently resigned. records of the family from of the gross national prod-! they were in the five previous I I of a
for making Gov. Farris Bryant said the uct. And he said federal spend he said.
; Adams Tuesday Jan. 1, 1954, through July 31, years to empty
which "serve to Florida program had faults but ing this year was the smallest I
: statements 1964.It. Wirtz had some legislative U. S. _
:. damage the reputation" of defended it as basically a good said the audit "conformedwith portion of the national output of suggestions for the platform.He .,
since 1951.
education one. any year said it should broaden '
: Florida's system. I collective the two
generally audit I
accepted Dr. Walter W. Heller, chair-
: "No Floridian need apologize I f Bailey agreed saying "we ing standards." man of the President's Councilof bargaining rights to unions no author-

for the quality of our university I need to apologize to no one. We This letter stated that the Economic Advisers, said the on "corporate-type farms" roads

: system, the qualifications of our have every reason, the record amounts listed for the family's Kennedy Johnson administration and reiterate past democrat ]I or a mos

university staff or the caliber of bears this out, to be proud with holdings in the Texas Broad- would be the "first in overa calls for repeal of the Taft The com

: our university instruction," Bail- our progress and pleased with casting Corp., the principal as- century unmarred by reces- Hartley provision letting states and

: ey said. the results to date." set of the family, and in ranch sion or depression." He con- prohibit ments. union shop agree- j area quali _

"The secretary of state hail properties and other real estate trasted that with what he term-

: too frequently seen fit to be. 8 ArrestedFor "are not intended to indicate ed the "alarming economic The administration spokesmen
of phase of educa- the values from 1953 all called for further action -
critical some that might be real- trend to 1960.

: tion and thereby has established DisorderAt ized if the investments were In four Democratic years, to remove remaining dark I
? 'authority' on education spots in the economy, such as,, I
2 himself as an sold. Heller added, the rise in actual

: ," he said in a news re DriveInEight In other words, the accountant -output of the economy was below unemployment 5.per: cent., which Labor is union just I J

: lease. left open the possibility -more than in the eight previous
sounded the
... Adams has said recently that youths were arrested by that, if the family's" assets Republican years, and the representatives

: Florida's university and junior Gainesville Police at a drive-in were liquidated. they could pro annual growth rate nearly same note.
were disen- double. He said prices had remained David J. McDonald of the
college presidents restaurant here last night and duce either more or less than the new
chanted and dissatisfied because with the total asset figure given of stable to a degree that United Steelworkers suggested
charged disorderly con-
that much of what is called I
of "frustration over the immaturity $3,682,770 "no other industrial countryhas
duct. "racial unrest" in the ,
: of our system. Those who have estimated the been able to match. country
Gainesville Police said fortune at up to $15 million Heller hinted at a plan to really results from unemployment I Sun

.. charges of disorderly conduct have contended that the John- give to the states some of the' and other economic pres ] except

University by words and actions were son holdings have a market increase in federal tax rev- sures. morn-

placed against the persons after value considerably higher than enues that would occur with George Meany, president of vme! Pub-
the AFL-CIO called for increase : 101 SE
Is Named a complaint by a security the amount listed for assets in I continuing prosperity. He said an
guard, and that the exact nature .. the Haskins & Sells that the increase would amountto in the minimum wage class
of their action was not; document showed that about $a billion a year and from $1.25 an hour to $2 an hour I Office o*.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The known. might be a drag on the econ- and a reduction in the standard ;
Florida Cabinet chose a name during the'past 10 years and omy when distributed. work week from 40 to 35 hours.
Gainesville Police said they, seven months, the worth of the I TU BY
being He called for
Tuesday for the university "Perhaps some means couldbe much more massive : MAIL
built at Pensacola. arrested Ronald W. Cause,, Johnson fortune has more than I found," he said, "for declaring federal aid on housing, education '

It named the institution The 1022 NW 16th Ave., John B. quadrupled on the basis of the a large dividend to our I and other public needs.A !

-; West Florida University. Lovci, 3614 NW 13th Ave., Spencer accounting methods used. I hard pressed states and local: statement from the National ions muSt
H. Bedell 520 NW 10th Ave. The accountant said the fam j
:I The name was the unanimous units. : Association of Manufacturers -
: choice ,of the Cabinet from Larry E. Noegel, 36 SW 25th ily's capital as of Jan. 1, 1954, He had a new figure on the emphasized the need to curtail : 1 Bureau. of

: among t hr e e candidates sub- St., Gary A. Benton, Gainesville .. amounted to $737,730 compared dimensions of the present i "excesshe federal spend. '

:; mitted by the State Board of Henry F, McRae Jr., 1109 I with the July 31, 1964, total of; boom. He predicted the gross' ing." It called for further tax Gainesville hereto h

; Control. The rejected names NW 40th Ave.; Dennis Cheves, 3: nearly $3.5 million. national product would hit an cuts, putting the priority as did / let In *".

:i were West .Florida University SW 25th St., and Richard D. Other highlights. of the state-I annual rate of $640 to $650 billion -Dillon on excise rate reduc without or part the

:I and Florida Gulf University. Bristow Jr., 3462 NW 13th Ave. ment included: In the first quarter of 1965, tions. 11 11f. publhher.I" .


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The Gloves on Already? I -FULL-- CORBY' j

r w
-LI By JAMES MARLOW with the Southeast Asia crisis The next day McNamara tolda Last Saturday at his own
Associated Press News Analyst Johnson seemed to give military news conference that the naval -news conference Johnson said of QUARTS '86 Proof Blend
WASHINGTON AP Rock commanders to commanders of UJS. Goldwater's
i ( ) authority use shipsoff interpretation:
J 'im and sock 'im and belt 'inAnalysis the "whole inventory" of Amer- North Viet Nam had been in- "Loose charges on nuclear
every chance we get. ican weapons. The "whole in- structed to protect themselveswith weapons without any shadow of SMIRNOFFVODKA
,f This clearly seems the John- ventory," of course, would haveto "whatever force is neces- justification by any candidatefor Seagram'sExtra e
, son administration's policy include nuclear weapons. sary." office, let alone the presidency -
against Sen. Barry Goldwater in' Johnson himself, in telling the The State Department in the are a disservice to our
the presidential campaign nation Aug. 4 that he had authorized -name of McNamara and Secre- national security a disserviceto Gin o
which, before it I American carrier- tary of State Dean Rusk issueda peace, and, as for that mattera Dry
starts, promises based planes to hit North Viet statement calling Goldwater's great disservice to the entire
to be the jough- : Nam PT boat centers, explainedhe interpretation of Johnson's remarks -free world." STILLBROOK

I est memory., toughest in What NewsMeans The !action.had" ordered only "limited ponsible."unjustified" and irres started.And the campaign hasn't even E. J. Scott = 9j

Gold water I 5 Yr. OLD K-. BOURBON

ti didn't spare i ? YR. OLD BOURBON

son's President feelings John- i FOLLOWING Jg e95 rn9 j

I when he called him a "phony." ;; RELSKAVODKA '
Johnson and some of his top{ 3
( aides have already set the patS 5ths '
S tern of not sparing Goldwater's. The Campaign o Reg. 4.60 I

One prime example: this FULL CASE
week's performance by Secre- QUART 39.75Haig
tary of Defense Robert S. Mc- 1 1JI !

Namara at the Democrats''' for Law OrderIs HOUSE OF STUART 399 14 Dry or .1
hearings on the platform they Respect 99
are trying to stitch together. HOLLY PRATT 1
Another example: Johnson's
IMPORTED SCOTCH Reg. $6.65 5th
blazing attack on Goldwater, II
D one of the first personal assaults Demanded by JohnsonWASHINGTON
he has made since becoming GLENMORE SEAGRAM'S

president (AP Say- tion, he said, is not how whitesor and added: "sophisticated syn-, STRAIGHT KY. BOURBON IMPORTED r
week Goldwater
Last ing it is time to speak franklyon Negroes will vote in Novem- dicates which systematicallyevade i :.
cized this country's defense program racial troubles, President ber, "the question is how we the law are no more tolerable -i Bourbon Delux \

: our present Johnson has declared the na shall work together and succeed to a law-abiding society'
with its utter disregardfor
tion's fate will not be decided together for the next hundred,than spontaneous street demon-'
new weapons, our deliverable "by street rioters and night Novembers to come." I strations which degenerate into Sunny Brook -- :
nuclear capacity
may raiders." Americans, he said, can master -disregard for the law."
be cut down by 90 cent in
"We demand and we are the racial problem "or we
the next decade." f IMPORTED g
going to have respect for law can leave it to master us" and m
( The Defense Department and order in this land," Johnson the question all citizens must Congress i 3 5ths I050 lejnjM -- .
promptly fired back that this said Tuesday in addressing ask themseles is "are we pre- I -- -
5 Bottled in Bond ;
statement of the Republican members of the Citizens Com- pared to give up our prosperityand Due Seagram'*
presidential candidate was!mittee for Community Relationsthat peace and let our preju- 41.75 Kentuckey Tavern
"without foundation," was will help implement the dices make paupers of us all? '
"contrary to the facts" and was new Civil Rights Act. "Are we of this generation to tank Y OIL'i Old Grandad "IAtn'

'totally false." I Using the occasion to lecture be remembered for allowing i;i FREE HOME Reg. 6.95

McNamara followed this in the the racial issue, America's to run
up country on progress
his personal appearance before Johnson spoke sharply about aground on the shoals of race?" 99 ::.-.... .
of the White House back yard!
the platform committee."Let I speculation on the effects of the A nation of courage, compas- was transformed today into a: 1 pint up on our advertised CASE 4
me assure you that our "white backlash" in the forthcoming sion and common sense, John- Broadway stage'as President prices. 59.75
; 5th
added, "must not and will I Phone 376-9960.
strategic forces are and will remain election.He son Johnson prepared to extend a
in the 1960s and 1970s sufficient said it is time to "cease not allow its greatness to be degraded -lavish musical "thank you" to!i
to insure the destructionUnion this cynical guessing of who will by those who work only the 1964 Congress that has dealt I
of both the Soviet and be helped who will be hurt for its division." kindly with his programs. ;
Communist China under the by disorders and disobedienceand The President returned to the You SAVE
Johnson invited some 900 Con: always MOREat.
worst imaginable circumstances disrespect for the decencyof subject of racial problems laterin gress members, Cabinet officers .
accompanying the outbreak of our society. the day when he spoke to
and top federal officials to assemble -
war," McNamara said. I "All will be hurt none will some 90 U.S. marshals, in town
with their wives at the
t "There should be no doubt'be helped if responsible cit- for a conference, gathered on '1
executive mansion tonight for!: SERVING GAINESVILLE FOR 25 YEARS
about this in the mind of any izens sit on the sidelines regard the White House lawn.
the half hour show, written!:I
American. There is none in the ing the stability of our societyas He reminded the marshals especially for the occasion and"
enemies." a spectator sport." "that lawlessness is found in II"II"imported'
minds of our from New York. Republican -
The question facing the na-,many places and many forms" I a
mountainof !
Then he unloaded a legislators were in U
statistics to show this countrynot I eluded. I

only is superior to the Com-i The President told a news III NITEDIIQHENRY'S I
munist world in weaponry Keating DrawsNomination conference Tuesday he wanted I
and will continue so but thatit to give Congress "a richly deserved -
is prepared for any kind of I I I t salute."

war, big or little. Mindful of congressional pas-I
I He called American defensesan FoeNEW sage of tax cut, civil rights and I
"aggregation of force with-I antipoverty legislation, plus other I
out parallel in human history. I YORK (AP) Rep.hurt it. Miller expressed confi- top-priority administration 1 LIQUORS

All this will probably not discourage -Paul A. Fino, Bronx County Re- dence that he and Goldwaterwill programs, Johnson said: "When I I.
Goldwater from future publican chairman, has chal- win New York State's 43 the record of this Congress is
criticisms. But, judging from lenged Sen. Kenneth B. Keatingof electoral votes. completed, it will place the 88th
the speed and magnitude of Mc- Rochester for the GOP nomi- Keating, in announcing his Congress in the record books as I NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE
namara's response, plus that of nation to the U.S. Senate. candidacy at a news conference, the most productive and, I:
Johnson himself, the administration Fino says Keating, who for- spoke of "deep differences" be- think, the most constructive in
apparently is set to mally announced for a second tween him and Goldwater. the 20th century." WALDO ROAD NORTH MAINat

smash into Goldwater from now term Tuesday, "cannot and Questioned by reporters, however The Broadway-type musical
should not" ask for renomination Keating said: "I hope !I
on. cooked for the even
Last week Goldwater told a as long as he continues to very much that I can supportthe featured up a tribute to the 88tha -' at N.E. 8th AVE. 10th 1 AVE.ACROSS
news conference that in dealing withhold endorsement of presidential national ticket. I've alwaysleft lilting number called "Jumpon .
nominee Barry Goldwa the door open and it's still the Wagon."
open. I simply do not know what ACROSS FROMCITIZENS FROM
ter.Until to the lyrics, if everyone -
Asks Fino declared his candi- the future may hold.
Miller dacy in a statement in Washington A major threat to Keating's jumps on the wagon of FIELD Gainesville Shopping Center
Keating had been expectedto chances in the general electionis the good" old 88th, "we'll all takea
Firmness win unanimous nomination at the possibility that Clare ride.
the Republican State Committee Boothe Luce, a staunch Gold. I EZRA BROOKS & Haig
meeting here Aug. 31. water supporter, will run for the DetectiveEnds
With RedsNEW Fino's move raised the possi- Senate as the Conservative par- i ? J
bility of a floor fight at the ty candidate. Course SIPPIN WHISKEY Pinch Bottle
meeting, but nomination ol Keating conceded that Mrs.
YORK (AP) Rep.
Keating appeared certain. Keatlag's -Luce would draw votes that oth- IMPORTED SCOTCH
William E. Miller, making his Gainesville Police DepartmentDet. Old
favora- erwise might to him. Hickory
announcement won go
first campaign appearance in Charles C. Snowden Sr., today 99
Mrs. Luce
ble reaction among party playwright, .
his home state since he won the completed an intensive one-
former 5
ers, including Gov. Nelson A. Republican congress- ,
Republican nomination for vice Rockefeller, State Chairman woman from Connecticut, am- week special course in Vice In! 10 Year Old Bourbon }
president, called Tuesday nightfor and JacobK. bassador to the Eisenhower vestigations at the Florida Law: Sty
Fred A. Young Sen. Italy during I EHICKORYt
"firmness" in dealing with Javits. ( administration and Enforcement Academy in Tal- Brooks Kale I :
Communist countries.He Fino said "Keating's failure(wife of publisher Henry R. Luce lahassee. : J&BRareTeachers
also criticized Democratic and refusal to support the national -,-said Tuesday she would haveto Under day and night instruction ,
handling of foreign aid and consideration by law enforcement speci-I \1Reg.
ticket is tantamount to give more to the fa1)
overseas information policies. bolting the Republican party." Conservative party invitation to alists in the field, Snowden:
Miller addressed 100 Polish- Fino declined to estimate how and other officers taking the I 99 CASE :gyfwryj'';
American organization leadersat run.Atty.. Gen. Robert learned detec-' | _' SX.
many of the 300 members of the F. Kennedyis course up-to-date 3 -'-"" =-
a session of the American Republican State Committee reported to have more than tion and prosecution techniques' $5.90 Old ParrReg.
Council of Polish Cultural Clubs. might support him. He said, enough delegate votes to win the involving narcotics, racketeering -I 5th $47.75
He said no one in the United however, that he expected backing Democratic Senate nominationat organized gambling, lotteries -;
States can consider himself by two congressmen from the party's state conventionhere sports gambling bookmaking -, 8.95 I
"wholly free" until the people of Nassau County on Long Island on Sept. 1. and prostitution. II |
Poland and the other Commu- Frank J. Becker and StevenB. I OLD GERMAN DRY IMPERATOR
nist satellites are free. Derounian. ,
Miller said U.S. aid to the Later, Becker issued a state- 99c NEW YORK STATE
Communist government of Poland ment in Washington saying he THE LAGER BEER
does not help the Polish could not support Keating be- CHAMPAGNEBRUT
people, and added: "Our aid cause of the senator's failure to 6 PACK \
should be to the people it endorse Goldwater and his vice
should be people-to-people. not presidential running mate, Rep. OLD THOMPSON I NO DEP.
to the government." William E. Miller of New York. I NEW I SPARKLING! BURGUNDY
He said "the right of self-det Miller said Tuesday that [ 11 STILLBROOK VRBROBLD: .

ermination"for people is what in Poland Americanswant and would Keating's campaign announcement independentlyof that he [ II KESSLER 3 Sths 9.75 $3.29 3.69 5th

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II <;s afttrzuflk .S ixn I I OF >: k VIEWPOINT 'I.

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Florida's Beautiful MIlt, 14 JOHNSON." VK FrMMwt Trigger
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.... THE SUN'S POLICY WASHINGTON The most conspicious example of a misunderstood -

issue in the political campaign today involves an
1\\ : 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. A Cheer implication that Senator Goldwater wants the various'military

... 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-<. : : ;i1tb commands in the field to be permitted to use all kinds of nuclear -
: r
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. w
weapons at will. The Arizona Senator, however, in .all.
.;\ :: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 / ) ; 1I his statements has referred only to the use of tactful nuclear

; :: Want Ads-376-4672 For weapons abroad. He has repeatedly said that discretion t to

I : use these, in the event of an attack should be given
: xit r not to all field genera!

I It I f 1 : i'1: ers of NATO forces in Europe, who is usually an American.
Civil Rights Cases Speeded The FBILet I ,4r : tt Administration spokesmen, on the other hand, insist that i. ,

at all times the President alone should make the decisionas

; :: Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black prompt ruling of the threejudgecourt. ::',y_ fL to whether any sort of nuclear weapon is to be used, .
us lift our hats to the
even in retaliation after attack.To .
:: has refused a request that he holdup This ruling makes it clear thatan Federal Bureau of Investigation 4" Y an enemy
t get at the pros and cons of this military issue, General
:I.: enforcement of the Civil Rights early decision by the Supreme and to the director, J. : Max S. Johnson, U.S. Army retired, who for many years

:: Act in the case of an Atlanta motel Court is also essential. Although the Edgar Hoover, for work in 4 ;:2' was the head of the Army War College and at present is

:: and a restaurant until the high three judges were agreed that Con. Mississippi and Georgia. ,' military analyst for "U.S. News & World Report," has just
to mention just two jobs superbly made a special study. It is presented in a lengthy article in
:: court can rule on its constitution- gress had ample authority under the done. 5

:: ality, but the justice has cleared the Commerce Clause to enact the civil this week's issue of the magazine. Excerpts follow:

.. way for swift Supreme Court action rights law, they disagreed sharplyon And let us ask of those per-
sons who always are demand "THE WEAPONS involved are those developed in recent
:' on the cases. Justice Black said early the scope of the law in connec- ing that local government be years for use in combat by the Army and the tactful air

:: decision is needed and announced that tion with restaurants and other eat- left alone, and that the federal forces. Most of the Army

:: steps would be "welcome" to have the ing places. agencies not "meddle" in weapons are equipped with

when local affairs let us, I say, relatively small nuclear war-
:: issue ready for final argument
Eating places are covered by the ask of them, "How's that heads and have a relatively

.7:. the court convenes in October. law if they serve or offer to serve again?" I 'None Dare Call It I short range-usually only a

:: A Supreme Court decision by early interstate travelers OR if a sub- Tripe1An few miles These wea-
LET US REVIEW, also are nuclear-age 'follow-
fall or winter would constitute extra- stantial portion of the foods they .. ,. pons
the examples of racial and re- ons' to older, traditional artillery -
:: has moved in interstate
ordinarily speedy action. The Civil com- gional prejudice that seem to ( editorial from the Fort credited to it by its Fort My U.S. mails." howitzers and larger

:: Fights Act was signed into law July merce. Two judges based their ruling have been at work in a few Myers News-Press) ers enthusiasts is that it is The insinuation is that the mortars. Yet, they all use

:: 2. The first legal tests of constitutionality on evidence that the Pickrick Rest- jury rooms across the past based on "facts" aid sup- court opposes prayer and favors nuclear ammunition.

.: of the public accommodations aurant served a wide variety of decade and ask what damagehas A paperback book entitled ported by "documents." The pornography. Actually I
"None Dare Call It Treason" "There is, unfortunately, an
foods from other been done to our systemof writer's technique, however, what the latter decision held
states, and that "a
section of the law instituted to be curious almost infinite of
were seems enjoying a variety waysin
What about local is
justice. reminiscent of that of Sen. was not that "pornographic
Less than three very substantial] part of the dollar vogue in Fort Myers and which a car could starton
: : the following day.
the whose
responsibility to. law and Joseph McCarthy "doc- literature. is not obscene"but
value of the food and other products probably in other place A the European continent. If
weeks later a three-judge federal its processes? uments I hold in my hand"so that the literature in ques-
served sold number of Mailbag writers the Russians were simply to
or by defendant restau- often failed to out.
court had heard the cases and issuedan prove tion was not pornographic.
rant originated outside the state of The Federal Bureau of In- have recently called atten- Predictably the book praises The two decisions upheld free- unleash a general nuclear at-
opinion directing the motel and works tion to it in terms. tack and tactical,
Georgia." vestigation closely with laudatory McCarthy, Gen. Edwin Walker dom of the individual against strategic
restaurant to obey the law. local law enforcement of- Such acclaim for a particularbook and the John Birch Society control by the state and as upon Western Europe and the

The third judge based his ruling ficers. when it can. (And has never occurred: be- ; it denounces modern such they were the antithesisof United States, then a decisionto

The dispatch with which the cases solely on the ground that the restau- usually it can.) But we have fore in the Mailbag, yet thereis education, mental health the communism. retaliate in kind presum-

were heard and brought to the Supreme rant seen the ugly hostility in Mississippi nothing unusual about the United Nations, liberal church- ably would reach the defending

Court is a direct result of the was located on a major inter- Even a senator from book itself. It is a familiar men, the press and other institutions THE CHAPTER ASSAILINGthe troops promptly.
state highway and that, by signs, and that state suggested that the type of extrimist right-wing
well all the
Civil Rights Act. One of the major as as press starts out: "T h e "The problem would be of
other means, it did in fact "offer to three young men so brutally pamphleteering.This presidents since Hoover, not of America must
defects of earlier civil rights enact- newsmen a different order, for ex-
murdered there without
serve interstate travelers. The causeor omitting Eisenhower.
book with share with the U.S. Depart-
along a com- ample, if the Russians should
ments has been the long delay be- judge warned that if the court adopted reason were really hidingout panion paperback, "A Choice Illustrative of the writer's ment of State the responsibility launch a land assault on Western

tween the filing of cases and final the origin of the food served as the in Castro's Cuba. We readin Not an Echo," was mailed out technique of innuendo is a for the fall of China, the Europe supported only by

action by the courts. The Civil Rights newspapers sugges- by the hundreds to criticism he makes of the Supreme butchering of Budapest, Cas-
the test, "this court can almost take tions that the FBI look in Ha- newspa- Court. After tactical nuclear weapons,
I Act of 1964 sought to remedy this judicial cognizance of the fact thatit vanna for the three young college per editors and others by a decisions with which citing tro's rise in Cuba, and the while holding off on the use
by requiring that in cases where the right-wing organization in advance destruction of antiCommunistforces of strategic weapons. It wouldbe
students whose
will cover all restaurants in this only of the Republican con- he disagrees, he writes: "The in Indonesia, Laos. Algeria
l attorney general intervenes, he can state.: There are many restau- crime was volunteering to vention at which Barry Gold- Supreme Court's role in the and the Congo" Wow! even more difficult conventional if they
should launch
teach colored adults In Mis- a
request a court of three judges be Socialist-Communist to
plan Stalin and Khrus-
rants on roads and highways never water was nominated. Al- What were with
attack an
sissippi how to read and only perhaps,
convened. The chief judge of the circuit distributedfree transform the United States hchev drawing pay for?
traversed by interstate travelers, write and register as voters. though they were announcement that Red forces
into of one-world social-
is required "to designate immed- some of them located in the back- in a single mailing, both istic part society a has been the sub- It's a free country and folks would not employ nuclear

: iately three judges in such circuit woods and on dirt roads, but still Now we read petty and covers ject of congressional inquiriesand have a right to print such weapons as long as the West

and it shall be the duty of the a substantial portion of their food puerile criticisms of the use I several lengthy boqks." books, and read them, and refained from using them.
of an informer. Mississippi cents; and both carry on their them in letters to the
judges so designated to assign the has moved in What does that mean? The insinuation praise ,
interstate last for bulk
commerce. apparently hasn't yet lookedat page a coupon the time I
editor, too. But if "AT THAT POINT, if NATO's -
is that
".. case for hearing at the earliest practicable the three decomposed orders and offer identical are when considerable
ever comes a defending forces were
: date and to cause the case If judges are in disagreement on bodies 0 f the young men quantity prices.A documents to prove that the majority of them accept unable to match the enemyin
court is linked with the Com-
.. to be in every way expedited." The the interpretation to give coverageof found in a newly-built catch- munists but it is than innuendo for evidence and conventional strength,
no more
:: act provides that decisions of the the act, it is likely that many dam, with the death bullets CHOICE NOT an an insinuation.IN fail to distinguish truth from someone would have to make
businessmen and still in the decaying fIe s b. Echo" was an outright appealfor then this nation will indeed
customers -
l also may tripe, the decision whether to resortto
.; three-judge court can >e appealed
(Finding the bodies was really. the nomination of Gold-
be in danger of
THE NEXT an nuclear in an effort
:: directly to the Supreme Court. be confused. Early Supreme Court a Communist plot, some now water; it even carried a laud- paragraphthe oritarian "enslavement" suchas weapons
to the incursion, or
review is The three studentsare atory reference to Rep: Wil- writer says: "Criticism of stop
important not only to an- say. young ; this book apprehends.
:: The attorney general's intervention really in Castro's coun- iam E., Miller, who turned the Supreme Court, which else retreat or surrender. But
swer the question of constitutionality what circumstances, when
last month A fair to be Goldwater's choice started early in the New Deal
:: In the suit brought try. county has opened out
by three Negroes to bring about but to clarify the law and pro- within two miles of where the for vice president. The themeof period, reached a peak on and where, would determinethe
:: June 5, 1962, when the court, decision! ? And by whom
bodies found. Officials the book that "East-
:: desegregation of the Pickrick Restau- vide guidance on the extent of its were was by a 6 to 1 decision, denied should this decision be made*
invited as speakers: Gov. ern kingmakers" had betrayed Low Brow?
::: rant in Atlanta made possible the coverage.I George Wallace of Alabamaand the Republican Party in the New York school children the "Against a conventional at-

.. former Governor Burnett past and even connived with privilege of opening the school (c) New York Times tack, U.S. Army tests in
of :Mississippi.) Democratic liberals to pave day with a non-sectarian prayer. indicate that it would
it Europe ,
The the court -
same day

Voice of the I ADMITTEDLY. the FBI the take-over.way for It was a Communist written by decided erature designed the pornographic to appeal lit-to one earnest at a Washington young bureau-party, not be weapons necessary within to fire five nuclear -

II People staff has superior training.The Phyllis Schlatly, an Illinois homosexuals was not obscene crat to another: "How's the minutes, to insure the integ-
bureau has a morale thatis delegate to the Republican
and indecent and therefore social life in the poverty rity of NATO forces and of
inspiring. Its techniques for convention.
I could'not be barred from the shop?" their key defensive positions
I "I'I'n The Sun's Opinion Page. detection of crime, subversionand "None Dare Call It Trea-
counter intelligence are "
son, written by John A. Stor- .
if fad d "But a decision on whether -
unsurpassed e e ,
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art w,lcom. in the V *c. *f the People column. Letters they,are matched. We could mer, a Missouri Republican Portrait of BarryAs to use tactical nuclear
must bo signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested..A letter should official who was an early
.not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the MMr. Poetry canne b. used.The not expect local police departments Goldwater backer, makes no arms may very well have to
Sun reserves the right to reject .r y letter or to shorten it, without. chanting the writer's meenlna.I.intent. .* to be as skillfull or as direct pitch for Goldwater.But be made within two hours.
high in morale. Police depart- it makes an appeal to a ounce Man? And since it may take a com-

principles. I believe that if son's goal.It ments of all major cities are prejudices that have been mand upward of two hours To

Opposes someone wants to murder would seem as if we do understaffed. The average citizen capitalized on by the Goldwater 2J rw jerk tmrii ready itself against the hazardous -

Anti-Gun Law someone else, he usually finds have a clear cut choiceat wishes to lie down at movement. The theme of WASHINGTON Many of his opponents find Sen. Barr effects of its own nuclear -

some way to do it, regardlessof last. One which would con- night and feel safe. But he the book is that the United Goldwater, the Republican presidential nominee, a formidable weapons-let alone the

EDITOR, Sun: I wish to restrictions. tinue solid foundations does not wish to pay the bill. States has been asleep 10 the customer. But on Feb. 12, 1912, at the wedding of Hiss Uazcl enemy 3 response-this may

voice an opinion on the anti- I am writing both of our which our success has b e on en He somehow wants all services Red peril and that drastic Goldberg and Joseph Melczer, Barry was all sweetnessand well entail getting release to

gun legislation now being Senators urging the defeat of built the other which signals to be cheap. Or free. change is necessary to reverse light. fire very shortly .after .an

pressed for by Senator Dodd all such bills, and I urge the decline and fall of Only a small number of police the so-called "no-win" Witness the following excerpt from the next day's Arizona enemy attack starts

of Connecticut and his follow- readers agreeing with me to the staffs are well paid. We policy" and clean up the so- Gazette, which described the event in detail.

'ers. They claim that such do the same. U.S.A.JOHN W. HASTINGS cannot expect local law en- called "mess" in Washington. "As the music rose and fell softly at first and again of a "Control of most of'NATO's

laws would reduce the crime COLEMAN J. GOIN, JR. forcement departments t o ." triumphant strain, the smilax at the doorway leading into nuclear weapons by civilians

rate and would have prevented Shouldn't Stores match the skill and dedication the main auditorium was gently drawn aside, and Master back in Washington, on the

President Kennedy's assas- Not Karll\larx of the FBI. But public THE BOOK PROCLAIMSitself Barry Goldwater, as Cupid, stepped forth. He was entirely other hand, involves a builtin -

sination. Offer Delivery? opinion could interest itselfin to be a "carefully doc- clad in white and carried in his arms a bow and quiverof time lag in making the de-

is But Johnson encouraging any negligent umented story of America's arrows. Through an avenue of palms he moved swiftly, cision a lag that could be
In the first place, there
matter of Constitutionality. Editor, Sun: I, and many police chiefs to have men take retreat from victory," and followed by Miss Ruth Goldberg, a tiny maid in white, who dangerous under some conditions -
Jhe EDITOR, Sun: "We are going like me, would like to know advantage of the training offered the virtue most frequently carried a basket of rose leaves." very hazardous in
While there was much to try to take all the mon- why the merchants advertiseso by the FBI. There couldbe others.
Question over the Constitution- that think is a close and enthusiastic cooperation
ey we unne-
bountifully but
ality of the Civil Rights Bill, we and often the "In addition, control frpm
cessarily being spent and takeit take re
advantage of the
prod- POTOMAC FEVERBy Washington is
there could be no questionover is.
from the Haves and give it
ucts in their ad
say the rest of NATO. And
anti gun article legislation.II, The I to the Have" Nots who need it they can't deliver the goods. But now and then the FBI Jack Wilson Cowles Washington Bureau yet, at present, it. is the
refer to
much. No this
so was not a
Even the grocery stores, finds hostility and a lack of President of the U.S. who has
Bill of Rights: "the right of quotation from Karl Marx or most of them. Old trusted cooperation. There are occasions Paraphrasing Sen. Goldwater's paraphrase what he really meant was that the final the
the people to keep and bear Lenin or even Khrushchev.It with whom wholehearted devotion to the moderation of extremism is unassailable. say on release t
ones, of few when the
many us happily of all tactical nuclear wea-
arms shall not be infringed. was President Johnson on have traded for years, won't FBI must work alone becauseit -- in NATO since they"are
Clearly all such laws would be June 15 this lear and re- deliver our groceries unlesswe can not trust local law en- President Johnson tells businessmen While house i is not a personal residence U.S.pons weapons; and our law

unconstitutional. corded on page 2227 of the pay an extra 50 cents if forcement. Developments of nor a political prize. It's your house and he's your en'ant-and this i is quires their control by the re-

Reduce the crime rate? I Congressional record-as per the bill isn't over $5, mostly the past decade have seen in- your corn. President."

.'doubt it. Police say almostall information I have at hand.If $10. stances of local" prejudice -
forced entries into homesare anyone has any doubtas The against the FBI. Republicans claim the anti-poverty bill is a collection of old depression- This is a controversy of
made without the use of to the candidate who would practice causes a great period gimmicks. It's got everything in it from the 1930s but the 40 cent hair- grave importance to the safety "
many .of us hardships, be- of the Western world-far
firearms. However, should the tear down and dissipate all cause some of us are unable LET ALL_those who try to cut.
need arise. I think a man that we have built up over make a cult of "local" authority more realistic than might ap-
should be ready and able to the years I would suggest a needs.physically to go for our undisturbed by the federal The administration had to drop Adam Yarmolinsky from the poverty program pear from the recent tendency

defend his home. I believes careful re reading of the Of course, some very ask themselves why it is that to get it approved. That's bad. Every child knows that in. Adam's fall to confine the issue solely to
unprincipled people take ad-
would law- above. and local ve sinned all.Congress a question of impetuosity or
ch a law oppress To those who have vantage of the business more more cases
abiding citizens, but the crim- been concerned over "extrem- people are solved solely by the FBI. -- restraint by an American
inals would simply use illegal ism" I'm wondering if the who, these but they should know (The FBI can work only incases 'gives itself a $7,500 pay raise but votes Army private only an president Actually, what's

firearms. Surely it would be word would apply here. Per- One old people man went are. hungry involving violation of extra $36 a year. Now you know why the lowliest GI is called a buck private. more important is that the

more to the point to restrictthe haps Mr. Johnson is ready fora because federal law.) Western world should be ableto
of automobiles which bloodless in order to brother was ill The Air Force says it has blasted the last of the Texas towers into the.s"ea. respond instantly to any attack -
use coup and
he could not walk.
This Thank Hoover. .
you Mr. Sen. Goldwater insists there is still f-
one go. and thus
into by making
deaths than effect his
more put idealogy as .
cause many also applies to some doctors and all the staff of the FBL
firearms do. expressed above. "From each and others, but dealers in and local known the procedure to the
communities A Senate committee bill to make Columbus l Day
a a national
Kenned approves holi- whole world, emphasize not
President according to his to
Prevent ability
foods and doctors etc., are may fail you but lay. We should all honor Chris's otherwise how would
anybody only the deterrent of
rs death? I doubt it. It each according to his need"a really obligated to help those when they do the shame of 11remains. > power
'oiow whom Columbus.I Ohio, was named for? _r the West but its preparedness
have been possible to quote from Karl Marx anda
might who are helpless. don'1'you They know the truth, I
iaa! but this favorite of > to use all weapon*.-including I
dictatorship country liberals every- think Mr Hoover, even'though theydon't. You wonder what it's really like in Cyprus? Suppose Patterson, N. J was nuclear against Communirt l
was not founded on these where seems to be Mr. John- NAME 7 a
WITHHELD .always like to look at it. suburb of Jackson Miss. attacks.

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:4 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, August 19, 1964

*- ... CONSCIENCE MAULDIN..........__ I .IT : '

QafnrzutllE Sun OF .I VIEWPOINT \

t 1 ':rt':. THESOUTH t k' f y 1 r t Ii II i L-9 Who'll Pull ,

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It R. HARRISON, PmUeBt MePuUUkerj a"tn R
j PAT COWLES. Vice Pest 'Ti"rti The ?
\ Florida's Beautiful d.nt,' E' JOHNSON Vice Pmtdert Trigger a
end Executive Itfteri W. C. (MI)

r.l University City'n E1ERSOLE Vice President TARTAGUONE anti Atvtrtislag By RALPH McGILL I
Director 101
Palliier Fife Wing nkliiker By DAVID LAWRENCE
I Vice President end ClrcuUttea Mall"" Of at AUu CGa.) CeutttctlM

WASHINGTON: The most conspicious example of a mis-

:.: THE SUN'S POLICY understood issue in the political campaign today involves an ,

I'' : 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. A CheerFor. .l. implication that Senator Goldwater wants the various military I

:: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only &In-editorials. ,{ fu.} commands in the field to be permitted to use all kinds-of nuclear l,

h'. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. t weapons at will. The Arizona Senator, however, in all. '

I The Sun's All Deportments-372-8441 \.', \ M his statements has referred only to the use of tactful nuclear
e' :: telephones: :5 \ :" "
has discretion to
.. Want Ads-376-4672 't. ,01"of weapons abroad. He repeatedly said that
w I ".....;0' use these, in the event of an enemy attack, should be given,
;; }
: c.:.:;- ,t. not to all field generals, but solely to the supreme commanders

.i1rJ' 0 of NATO forces in Europe, who is usually an American. :

Civil Rights Cases Speeded The FBILet -1/1 l ,,'\t 2<. .! ',t.., Administration spokesmen, on the other hand, insist that I

'I, ;,.1i.f. ,.,) ,t at all times the President alone should make the decision
.l':;."! N. "j.'),'.IS',"'',(", as to whether any sort of nuclear weapon is to be used,
Court Justice Hugo Black prompt ,ruling of the three-judge ;: ;\ f- \o
Supreme -
lift our hats to thv
I us i'1'{' f ; ) ven in retaliation after an enemy attack.
has refused a request that he hold court. This ruling makes it clear that Federal Bureau of Investiga .j4'r.i }"l '::;;,,; To get at the pros and cons of this military issue, General I

up enforcement of the Civil Rights an early decision by the Supreme lion and to the director, J. : } 'i-'fC\: t' ,_: ".0 Max S. Johnson, U.S. Army retired, who for many years l

Act in the case of an Atlanta motel Court is also essential. Although the Edgar Hoover, for work in 't.il'/-It.,7"': l':(," ,} '\- was the head of the Army War College and at present is j

and a restaurant until the high three judges were agreed that Con' Mississippi and Georgia. '. tit l' military analyst for "U.S. News & World Report," has just
to mention just two jobs superbly made a special study. It is presented in a lengthy article in
I court can rule on its constitutionI gress had ample authority under the done. \
this week's issue of the magazine. Excerpts follow:
I ,I I ality, but the justice has cleared the Commerce Clause to enact the civil 0 !
ask of those
I And let us
"I way for swift Supreme Court actionon rights law, Jthey disagreed sharplyon "THE WEAPONS involved are those developed in recent
sons who always are demanding
the cases. Justice Black said early the scope of the law in connection that local government be years for use in combat by the Army _and the tactful. air !

I with restaurants and other I forces.. Most of the Army I
decision is needed and announced that eat- left alone, and that the federal :

steps would be "welcome" to have the ing places. agencies not "meddle" in weapons are equipped with '

.' issue ready for final argument when local affairs let us, I say, COLORED; NEWS heads and have
I Eating places are covered by the ask of them, "How's that a relativelyshort

J : the court convenes in October. law if they serve or offer to serve again?" B. F. Childs, Colored News EditorA MRS. SUSANNA CHISHOLM range-usually only a
few miles These .wea-
: A Supreme Court decision by early interstate travelers OR if a substantial Final rites for Mrs. Susanna I
t portion of the foods they LET US REVIEW, also, NOTE OF THANKSI Free? Canaan Methodist Church, Chisholm of 903 N. W. 6th Ave., pons are nuclear-age 'follow-
1 ; fall or winter would constitute extra- the examples of racial and regional wish to thank each, and all Sat. Aug. 22 at 8:30 p.m. This who died August 15 at Alachua ons' to older, traditional artillery -

:ordinarily speedy action. The Civil serve has moved in interstate com- prejudice that seem to my friends for their kindnessto play is sponsored by the youthof General Hospital following a lingering howitzers, and larger

: Rights Act was signed into law July merce. Two judges based their rulingon have been at work in a few me during my illness at the church. Free admission illness, will be conducted mortars, Yet, they all use

\ :2. The first legal tests of constitu- evidence that the PickrickRestaurant jury rooms across the 'past home and in the hospital. Signed I but an offering will be received.Rev. I Thursday, August 20, at 4 nuclear ammunition.

served a wide variety of decade and ask what damagehas : Mrs. Sarah L. Stroman. : Robert Dell, pastor. E. M.
:tionality of the public accommodations I p.m. from the Mt. Pleasant M. "There is, unfortunately, an

section of the law were instituted foods from. other states! and that "a been done What to about our systemof local Bucklin, reporter. E. Church with the Rev. W. M. almost infinite variety of waysin
very substantial part of the dollar CLUB COUNCIL MEETS Ferguson officiating. Intermentwill which a car could starton
the following day. Less than three responsibility to the law and
value of the food and other products The Gainesville Club Council ARCHER NEWS follow in the Mt. Pleasant the European continent. If
: its ?
weeks later, a three-judge federal processes will hold the Rec the Russians simply to,
served or sold by defendant restau- a meeting at Saint James Baptist Church Cemetery.Mrs. were
court had heard the cases and issued The Federal Bureau of In- reation Center Thursday at 8 Sunday services: Baptism a 1 Chisholm is survived by unleash a general nuclear attack

:.Ian: opinion directing the motel and rant originated outside the state of vestigation works.closely with p.m. All members and interested Service 10 a.m. Morning Worship -her sister Mrs. Gussie Johnsonof strategic and tactical,

::restaurant to obey the law. Geqrgia." local law enforcement of persons are asked to attendso 11 a.m. Evening service Jersey City N. J., one step- upon Western Europe and the

.. The third judge based his ruling ficers. when it can. (And that we may make final 7 p.m. Deacon Johnny Lewis, son George Chisholm of New United States, then a decisionto

:: The dispatch with which the cases usually it can.) But we have plans for "Miss 20th Century" reporter, Rev. J. L. Middleton, York, four nieces, Mrs. Beatrice retaliate in kind presumably :

:: heard and brought to the Su- solely on the ground that the restaurant seen the ugly hostility in Mis- Contest to be held SautrdayAug. pastor. 'Hammond of Jacksonville, Mrs. would reach the defend-.

were was located on a major inter- sissippi. Even a senator from 29 at 8 p.m. in the auditorium Jessie Mae Ford, Mrs. Sussie ing troops promptly."The .

::preme Court is a direct result of the state highway and that, by signs and that state suggested that the of Lincoln High School.L. Mae Ford, Mrs. Blanche Hill
::Civil Act. One of the major V. Davis, Mrs. Pauline LHS NOTICE problem would be ofa
Rights other means, it did in fact "offer to three young men so brutally pres. all of Alachua, two nephews,
:defects: of earlier civil rights enactments serve interstate travelers." The murdered there without causeor Bowles, chairman of publicity. Registration for twelfth grade ;Samuel Lewis of Brooklyn, N.Y., different order, for example
students of Lincoln School if the Russians should
:: has been the long delay between reason were really hidingout High Earl Lewis of Charleston, S.C., .
judge warned that if the court adopted in Castro's Cuba. We read CINVENTION TO MEET will take place in the auditor- Nettie launch a land assault on Western :
sister-in-law Mrs.
one ,
: the filing of cases and final the origin of the food served, as in the newspapers sugges- The Help and Aid Conventionwill ium at 9:30: a.m., Friday, Au- Hurst brother -in-law, Charlie Europe supported only by
:faction: by the courts. The Civil Rights the,test, "this court can almost take tions that the FBI look in Ha- convene with the Mt. Mor- gust 21. Hurst both of Gainesville.The tactical nuclear weapons,
of 1964 to remedy this iah Baptist Church, beginning At this time home-room assignments while holding off on the use
Act sought '
college -
t ;; judicial cognizance of the fact thatit vanna for the three young family and friends are to
::7br Friday, Aug. 21 through Sunday will b e made and of strategic weapons. It wouldbe
that in where the students whose
requiring cases will cover all restaurants in this'sta only meet at the home of Mrs. Net-
23.; The is invited schedules will be difficult if they
public to at daily given. even more
::attorney general intervenes, he can crime was volunteering to tie Hurst of 510 N. W. 3rd St. at
te. There restau-
are many tend. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pas Persons having deficiencies or should launch a conventional
teach colored adults in Mis-
::request a court of three judges be rants on roads and highways never sissippi how to read and tor. irregularities should report to 3:15 p.m. to form the cortegeto attack only, perhaps with an

: convened The chief judge of the cir- traversed by interstate travelers, write and register as voters. the registrar for adjustments.All the church. Hughes & Chest- announcement that Red forces
Funeral Home in
::cuit is required "to designate immed- some of them located in the backwoods BAPTISM SERVICEThe new students who have nut charge. would not employ nuclear

.lately three judges in such circuit Now we read petty and Mt. Moriah Baptist never attended Lincoln High weapons as long as the West
and dirt roads but stilla
puerile criticisms of the use Church will conduct baptism today or any school in the county will refained from using them.
and it shall be the duty of the substantial portion of their food of an informer. Mississippi at 7 p.m. You are asked to also register at this time. Final rites for "Mrs. Annie L.

: :judges so designated to assign the has moved in interstate commerce." apparently hasn't yet .looked. come out and join, the service. Gibbs of Hawthorne, who died "AT THAT POINT, if NA

case for hearing at the earliest prac- at' the three decomposed Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor. August 17 at a rest home following TO's defending forces were

: ticable date and to cause the case If judges are in disagreement on bodies 0 f the young men SCHOOL REGISTRATIONAll a lingering illness, will) unable to match (he enemyin
the interpretation to give found in a newly-built catch- new pupils will registerfor be conducted Saturday, Aug.
coverageof conventional strength
to be in every way expedited. Theo CHOIR TO REHEARSEThe the 1964-65 school Friday ,
the act it is likely that dam, with the death bullets year 22, at 2:30 p.m. from the Galilee would have to make
act provides that decisions of the many First Division Choir will August 21, 1964. someone
still in the decaying flesh. Baptist Church with the
businessmen and customers also have rehearsal at Mt. Moriah and the decision whether to resortto
be may Kindergartners 1st graders -
: three-judge court can appealed
(Finding the bodies was really Rev. B. C. Clinton officiating.
nuclear in effort -
Baptist Church tonight at 8 o'- have of birth. weapons an
ti : directly to the Supreme Court. be confused. Early Supreme Court a Communist plot, some now clock. Kindergartners must must proof have at- Interment will follow in the to stop the incursion, or-

review is important not only to an- say. The three young studentsare tained the of 4 9 Hawthorne Cemetery.Mrs. else retreat or surrender. But
The attorney general's interven- really in Castro's coun age years Gibbs is survived by her
CHOIR REHEARSALChoir I what circumstances when
swer the question of constitutionality months on or before the 1st ,
the suit brought last month try. A county fair has opened husband, Lawrence Gibbs, three
e : ion in No. Two of Mt.: Moriah day of September.First and where, would determinethe
r "by three Negroes to bring about but to clarify the law and pro- within two miles of where the Baptist Church will have rehearsal Graders must have attained brothers, Willie J. Martin, Lloyd decision? And by whom

desegregation of the Pickrick Restau- vide guidance on the extent of its bodies were found. Officials Thursday Aug. 20 at 7:30 5 years 9 month. on or Martin, Floyd Martin all of Ash- should this decision be made?
invited as speakers: Gov. burn, Ga., two sisters, Mrs. Kat-
p.m. Miss Gertha Foxworth,
: Atlanta'made the before September 1st. Parents
rant in coverage. George Wallace of Alabamaand pres. please check of children tie Taylor, Mrs. Marion Martin, "Against a conventional attack
1 : former Governor Burnettof ages : U.S. Army tests in
before coming to the school, this both of Ashburn, Ga., her step ,
Mississippi) PLEDGE SERVICEThe will save time. mother, Mrs. Pearl Martin of Europe indicate that it would

I ; W.S.C.S. Bartley Tem- Parents are asked to accompany -Ashburn, Ga., one aunt, Mrs. not be necessary to fire nuclear -

?Voice of the I ADMITTEDLY the FBI ple Methodist Church will holda : children for registration.An Minnie Holland of Sanford, other weapons within five
staff has superior training.The ,
minutes to insure the
PeopleOn special pledge service Sunday Activity fee of $3 is to be relatives and friends. ; Integrity
bureau has morale that
a Aug. 23 at 7 pjn., at the church. paid for each child entering Hughes & Chestnut Funeral I of NATO forces and of

I is inspiring. Its techniques for The newly elected president is school for the year 19641965. Home in charge. their key defensive positions

detection of crime, subversionand that .
asking members and I
The Sun's I
Opinion PageOpinions === counter intelligence are friends of the society be present,
unsurpassed if, indeed, "But a decision on whether -
and pledge and
and comment of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice at the Petple column. Lttttrs they are matched. We could your Portrait of to use tactical nuclear
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld it requested. A letter should' financial support. Rev. Damon BarryAs arms well have to
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The not expect local police departments Dell, pastor, Mrs. Esther H. may very
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning to be as skillfull or as Thomas, reporter. be made' within two hours.
intent. high in morale. Police departments a Young Man? And since it may take a com-

principles. I believe that if son's goal.It of all major cities are YOUTH DAY mand upward of two hours to

Opposes someone wants to murder would seem as if we do understaffed. The average cit-I The young people of Zion 25riu Hark eimra ready itself against the haz-

Anti-Gun Law someone else, he usually finds have a clear cut choiceat izen wishes to lie down I;Temple A. M. E. Zion Churchare WASHINGTON Many of his opponents find Sen. Barr, ardous effects of its own nuclear -
feel safe. But he let alone theenemy's
some way to do it, regardlessof last. One which would con- night and observing Youth Day Sun Goldwater, the Republican presidential nominee, a formidable weapons- ,

EDITOR, Sun: I wish to restrictions.I tinue solid foundations on does not wish to pay the bill. day Aug. 23 at 3 p.m. a special'' ':ustomer. But on Feb. 12, 1912, at the wedding of Miss Hazel response-this may
He somehow wants all well entail release to
serv- getting
voice an opinion on the antigun am writing both of our which our success has b e en youth program will be presentedin Goldberg and Joseph Melczer, Barry was all sweetnessand
ices to be cheap. Or free. fire shortly after an
I Senators the defeat of which many of our talented very
) legislation now being urging built the other which signals light.
small number of
Only a attack starts.
pressed for by Senator Dodd all such bills, and I urge the decline and fall of staffs are well paid. We police youngsters of the city will par Witness the following excerpt from the next day's Arizona enemy

Connecticut: and his followers readers agreeing with me to the ticipate. The youths of Zion Gazette, which described the event in detail.
'. They claim that such do the same. U.S.A.JOHN W. HASTINGSShouldn't cannot expect local law en- Temple are inviting all youths, "As the music rose and fell softly at first and again of a "Control of most of NATO's
forcement departments t o adults and friends to be present.: strain the smilax the nuclear weapons by civilians
laws would reduce the crime COLEMAN J. GOIN, JR. triumphant at doorway leading into
match the skill and dedication
Miss Florida Jean Souder back in Washington, on the
rate and would have prevented Stores the main auditorium was gently drawn aside, and Master
of the FBI. But public
other hand, involves a builtin -
President Kennedy's assasI Not Karll\larx porter. Barry Goldwater, as Cupid stepped forth. He was entirely
; Offer opinion could interest itselfin time lag in making the de-
Delivery? clad in white and carried in his arms a bow and quiverof
sination.in But JohnsonEDITOR encouraging any negligent NEWS cision that could be
EARLTON arrows. Through an avenue of palms he moved swiftly, a lag
i the first place, there is police chiefs to have men take There will be a play, "Golden dangerous under some conditions
Editor, Sun: I, and many followed by Miss Ruth Goldberg, a tiny maid in white, who
the: matter of Constitutionality Sun: "We are going like me, would like to know advantage of the training offered Grain, Lord's Acre" at the carried a basket of rose leaves." very hazardous in ':

: While there was much to try to take all the mon why the merchants advertiseso by the FBL There could others. ,
question over the Constitutionality that think is be a close and enthusiastic cooperation '
ey we unne- bountifully, but when we "In addition control from
of the Civil Rights Bill, cessarily being spent and takeit take advantage of ,the prod- and often there POTOMAC FEVER Washington is unsatisfactoryto i

there could be no question from the Haves and give it ucts in their ad, most say is. the rest of, NATO. And I

over anti gun legislation. I to the Have Nots who need it they can't deliver the goods. But now and then the FBI By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau .yet, at present, it is the I
refer you to article II, The so much." No, this was not a Even the grocery stores, finds hostility and a lack of President of the U.S. who has

Bid-: of Rights: "the right of quotation from Karl Marx or most of them. Old trustedones cooperation. There are occa-" Paraphrasing Sen. Goldwater's paraphrase, what he really meant was that the final say on the releaseof

tM:people to keep and bear Lenin or even Khrushchev. with whom many of us sions, happily few, when the wholehearted devotion to the moderation of extremism is unassailable. all tactical nuclear wea-'

arms shall not be infringed." It was President Johnson on have traded for years, won't FBI must work alone becauseit -- pons in NATO since, they-are

Clearly all such laws would be June 15 this year and recorded deliver our groceries unless can not trust local law en President Johnson tells businessmen the White House N not a personal residence U.S. weapons and our law_ re-'

unconstitutional.Reduce on page 2227 of the we pay an extra 50 cents if forcement. Developments of nor a political prize. It's your house and he's your sen'ant-and this is quires their control by'the

the crime rate? I Congressionaf record-as per the bill isn't over $5, mostly the past decade have seen in- your corn. President."- -

doubt it. Police say al nostaU' information I.have at hand.If stances of local prejudice This is
$10.The Republicans claim the anti-poverty bill is a collection of old depression- a controversy of
into homesare anyone has doubtas against the.FBL
forced entries any
; practice causes a great importance to the. safety .
It's in it from the
of to the candidate who would period gimmicks. got everything 1930s but the 40 cent hair-
'made without the use many of us hardships, because of the Western .world-far.
should the tear down and dissipate all LET ALL those who try to cut.
firearms. some of us are unable more realistic than might appear -
I think a man that we have built up over make a cult of "local" author- --
need physically to for from the recent
go our tendency .
administration had to Adam
The drop Varmolinsky the poverty
be ready and able to the years I would suggest a ity undisturbed by the federal pro !
should needs. Of to confine the issue
course, some very solely to
gram to get it appro\ed. That's bad. Every child knows that in Adam's fall
ask themselves why it is that ;
believe of the
his home. I re reading
defend unprincipled people take ad- sinned all.Congress a question of impetuosity or
would law- above. To those who have more and more local cases ,we
such a oppress vantage of the business people restraint by an. American
abiding citizens, but the criminals been concerned over "extremism" but should know'who are solved solely by the FBI. '
they president. what'smore
illegal I'm wondering if t he (The FBI can work only incases gives itself a $7,500 pay raise but votes Army privates only an- Actually, .I
would simply use these people are. involving violation of extra $36 a year Now you know why the lowliest GI is called a buck private. important is that the
firearms. Surely it would be word would apply here. Per- One old man went hungry -- Western world should be ableto

more to the point to restrictthe haps Mr. Johnson is ready fora because his brother was' ill federal law.) The Air Force says it has blasted the last of the Texas towers into the sea respond instantly to any attack -

,use of automobiles which bloodless coup in order to and he could not walk. This Thank you, Mr. Hoover. Sen. Goldwater insists there is still one to go. .and thus, by making'

cause many more deaths than put into effect his idealogy as also applies to some doctors and all the staff of the FBL --- known the procedureto to the

firearms do. expressed above. "From each and others, but dealers in States and local commu- A. Senate committee approves a bill to make Columbu Day a national holi- whole world, emphasize not

Prevent President Kenne according to his ability to foods and doctors, etc., are nities may fail you but day.. We should all honor Chris's memory otherwise how would anybody only the deterrent power of

dy's;, death? I doubt it. It each according to his need"a really obligated to help those when they do 'the shame of it know whom Columbus, Ohio, was named for? the West but its preparedness '

might have been possible tom quote from Karl Marx anda who are helpless, don't you remains. They know the truth, --- to use all weapons-including !

a dictatorship but this country favorite of liberals everywhere think? Mr. Hoover, even though they You wonder what it's really like in Cyprus? Suppose Patterson, N. J.. was a nuclear- against Commune t

was not founded on these seems to be Mr. John"OHM- NAME WITHHELD don't always like to look at it. suburb of Jackson, Miss. attacks.I f .t


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ai Wednesday, August 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun3

They'll Seek How Counties Spend for Schools, And Why j

,I 1 Why do some' counties of more wealthy neighbors? school boards? I by a team of education researchers "Indiana,,whi
*1 modest economic means, spend I I To what extent does politics I Answers to questions such as from the Universityof resentative of the Midwest, will s communities wfll l:be evaluate d I

1 j more on their schools than their determine the fiscal policies of these soon will be searched out ,Florida's College of Educa- serve as a control state to de- to determine effects on fiscal
t tion under a contract for the
I 1 U.S. Department of Health, termine any contrasts in pattern patterns.
y Ii Networks Hope Cloud Seeding Will Education and Welfare. with .the South," he said. Information gleaned from the
will be useful to school
The study, which gets under, study
I. Co-directed by Drs. R. L. September 1, is the largestof superintendents and school
Douse Nevada
Expand Help Johns and R. B. Kimbrough, the its type yet undert a ken, board' members as well as to
three-year study costing $221- Johns said.Comparisons. the HEW Johns said.
674 will attempt to determine
CoverageNEW ELKO, Nev. (AP) Fire were set by lightning.Fire I relationships of economic and of the highestand WATER and ICE TEA
fighters planned to resort to crews totaled about 2,000 made in
I political factors on the educa- lowest efforts
Expan- cloud in of GLASSESFor
seeding today hopes
sion of the Network Election creating more rain to help them men, many of them Indian professionals tional leadership patterns at the support of school districts will Motels & Restaurants
Service to include collection of control huge fires which have from throughout the local level. be studied to determine effectsof I SPENCE

vote returns in the 435 congressional blazed in northeast Nevada West. The UF professors, aided by social,economic and political i
I races in November eight research assistants, will power factors. I CHEMICAL FR 2-2186 SUPPLY ONLIQUORS
I. was announced Tuesday by the since Saturday. Slle'll Sing examine school records from as Also the types of leaders and, V
service's board of managers. Bureau of Land Management
far back as 17 years ago in four I
officials estimated that about
I When the service was -
organized ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP-) states: Indiana, Georgia, Kentucky DEMAGOGUEOF 1
of valuable
last June, it was contem- 350,000 acres range and Florida. 1i i
Carol star of Broad
\ plated it would cover only the land have been burned in the Channing
presidential, gubernatorial and fire-stricken region, declared a way's "Hello, Dolly!" will at- "We selected the three Southern ST. AUGUSTINEWithin

I senatorial races in the'50 states disaster area by Gov. Grant tend the Democratic National states because they are a, after his arrival in St. Augustine from
a day
I I and the District of Columbia. Sawyer. Convention and sing the Dem good cross section of the South, California, the Rev. Charles Conley Lynch, ministerin

Addition of the congressionalcount Showers late Tuesday helped ocratic theme song, "Hello said Dr. Johns.. "Kentucky. is the Church of Jesus Christ. Christian, had touchedoff
brings the total number representative of a border the worst racial crisis in a year-the violent
contain two of the fires, but Lyndon." city's FIVE FLAGSVODKA
I of races to be covered to 547, winds fanned the massive state, Georgia, the old South night of June 25th. It was no accident. Lynch's
including state-by-state reports Boulder Flat-Maggie Creek and Florida, the new. immediate aim is to prevent integration-his ulti- $2 59
of the top contests. blaze northwest of Elko through Every year since 1955 about mate goal is to ship the nation's 20 million Negroes
I ,four million babies have been force, if "I wouldn't .
NES was established to combine 15 miles of grass and brush in a Air Conditioning back to Africa-by necessary.
I the news resources of the few hours. 'I born in the United States, an BY blink an eye", says Lynch, "if it meant every nig 80 Proof
National Broadcasting Co., Columbia average of seven a minute. J FEDDERSAdd ger getting killed. What kind of man is this part- 5th
Broadcasting System The Boulder FlatMaggieCreek ; time preacher, part-time plasterer who roams the
Co., complex accounted for The IdealRemembeance I central air conditioning to country in a pink 1958 Cadillac sedan looking for
American Broadcasting .
hot air central heating Or
racial trouble spots? How does he justify the violent
more than 180,000 of
The Associated Press and Unit- acres have both installed at big GUCKENHEIMER
which he ? Read the remarkable
blackened in sentiments expresses
range an area 30 to savings.
International in the
ed Press election night. 40 miles west and northwest of For FREE ESTIMATES story of "Connie" Lynch in this week's Saturday
pooling of returns I
NES will l employ more than Elko. Shut-Ins CALL

J 130,000 field reporters, more Some lightning flashed Tues- CREVASSE Ray French'sAIR Post.POST RESERVE
than 3,000 county reporters and day, but there were no reportsof II CONDITIONING and
more than 10,000 tabulation center new fires. Nearly all the big 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. HEATING SERVICE
personnel in reporting and blazes of the past five days! Phone FR 6-2514 714 N.W. 23rd Blvd. 2-3705 ON SALE NOW 86 Proof

counting returns from the na-'

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Dr. R.we L. would Sproull know, director about of it theI" I EAP 81G IAWNIJ fOI THE Wi/OLE TIl/BE!{

t Projects Agency, told a National 5th
Space Club luncheon Tues-


launched two a month U.S. ago satellites 65,000 SUNKIST LEMONS doz. 29*

miles above the earth and two BANANAS . 2 Ib. 23*
similar satellites put into orbit
U.S. NO. 1
last October are.capable of de- ;aUritnt
tecting nuclear detonation more IRISH POTATOES 10 Ib. 59 ; ,. ,

than 200 million miles out in YELLOW ONIONS 2 Ib. 15*' : :

space. SWEET POTATOES 3 Ib. 29< l\ge

Senate has approved a tax settlement "
by which the govern-I --.. ---. -
ment would acquire the Tarry-:

town, N.Y. mansion of railroad 3.89 j =
i i magnate Jay Gould and open it .

i to the public.It .

would also save the estate
i' of Gould's daughter, Anna, Duchess YOU FALLUM
de Talleyrand, about $700- 'ES? RON
000.. She died in Paris in 1961. r I INTO

Under the settlement the : SHURFINE tif CARIOCARUM
house would be transferred to SALAD DRESSING qts. 39 MEAT BUYS >

ductible as a charitable contri- -
TOWELS .274 80 Proof
bution from the estate valued at BIRDS EYE 5th

$1.3 million. SCOTT TISSUE 2 rolls 25 MIXED VEGETABLES

The legislation, sponsored by 1o-a=. 2 for 45< FLEISCHMANN'SGIN
Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La., aj HART BRAND SLICED No. IVi Can .
an amendment to a minor tax YELLOW PEACHES 41.00 LEAF SPINACH

bill, was returned to the House .1. .. '. 10-a 2 for 39*
for consideration of the HENDERSON'S fcrith $5.00 or more order a =

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1l'\. Lady Bird Declares America's Age of Adventure. Just Begun .1 WANTED ..\ p, ', 1 '- J!

, J I WASHINGTON CAP) Mrs. where much remains to be done 20,000 persons turned out in 12 candidates for U.S. Senate and Franklin D. Roosevelt's Campo- .
Lyndon B. Johnson, home from to fulfill the country's capabili-I cities to see the First Lady. state offices was the beginningof bello Island home as an international NOW' :
\ I the West, said Tuesday she be.I She visited' Indian and Mor- her campaign trial. park.Although. :: .: t
lt i lieves the age of adventure has ties.She said the Western region"is I mon areas and trails the pioneers Mrs. Johnson obviously was I HAVE YOU. ... -- (..
barely begun and "bold and full of people who are eagerto trod; fatigued from the journey, but of i .,.... .
i brave beginnings" are needed join in building the great so- "All along the way, we found she had a big White House reception the University' )-
in America. ciety," which Johnson has saidis people of open minds and wide a salute to the 88th Florida conferred its first engineering : :. .t..
i She described her tour as "a the goal of his administration.She horizons, whose spirits match Congress scheduled Wednes- degrees to the Class ANY OF THESE
journey through American his- traveled 4,200 miles by their mountains," she said. day night and a long one-day of 1909, over 80 per cent of the IS t
tory" In the land of pioneers plane, bus, and boats. Much of Sources, close to the First trip Thursday to join Canada's graduates of the College of En- .. .i1:
1 west in first Mrs. Lester Pearson, gineering have graduated since :::
Re- indicated this trip lady .
and said she had "caught a vision the territory is considered Lady
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10 Ibs. Rump Roast
S 5 Ibs. T-Bone Steaks
S Ibs.. Sirloin Fryers Steaks101bs. Baby Buggies

8 Ibs. Pork Chops Electric Motors
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Grape Juice Concentrate .
20 6-ox. cans Minute Maid Outboard Motors -

16 Orange 6-ox. cans Delight Donald Duck Sports Equipment MARKETPLACE ;:-
Orange Concentrate
6 10-ox. pkgs. Pictsweet Nursery ,
Sliced Strawberries Vacuum Cleaners
8 8-ox. Turkey Pot Pies

15.3 Cu. Ft. Upright Freezer 15 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer 8 8-ox.Morton Chicken Pot Pies Fishing Equipment

Mortons Building Materials
Stores 532 Ibs. of frozen food Stores 525 Ibs. of frozen food '8 8-ox. Beef Pot Pies
Mortons Washing Machines .:: ,
Porcelain enameled interior Porcelain enameled interior 6 22-ox. Farm House .. ,
Apple Pies Heating Equipment -..
8 door shelves, cold control Separate fast freeze section 6 22-ox. Farm House Musical Instruments .
Peach Pies ....."1\ --
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6 10-ox. pkgs. Pictsweet Children's Playthings ...
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Big 17.1 Cu. Ft. Coldspot Giant Coldspot Upright 17 Cu. Ft. Upright Mixed Vegetables NEW

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With Complete Food S 278 With Complete Food S''78 With Complete Food '3 3 8 With Any Freezer in This Ad Nothing

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Stores a whopping big 598 Ibs. Stores 602 Ibs. Four irille-type Holds 595 Ibs. Froctless forced- than theGAINESVILLE
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fast mesa section. Magnetic circulation of acre cold inr. Spicemaiter adjustable freezer should fail AND
door casket and easyto-lift around food. 7 door shelves shelves. Deluxe cabinet styllnr.safety 5 years of sale because of me-
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FREEZER GUARANTEE EXPERT SERVICE Is Sears Does Not Establish the value of the food lost over ::
Free service and parts for S always as near as your phone Artificial "List" Prices tallow $5 to$200.00.Just one more way WANT ADS ..
years from sale if defect occurs anywhere in the U.S.A. Ask aoeaUecl4IJeoant" or you save by shopping at Sears. USED. :
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Wednesday, August 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

I;p.1 Methodist Organization

1 1t A a\FIRST TO .SEA1.aa.t cii to school

1 Parallels'Federal System' i ,


" ism has been relatively free'

from heresy trials. '

f Are Methodists* stricter. than = WHAT OURLLIGIONS Save up to 5.10 0 Harmony HouseUnfinished

j others in matters of personal .

conduct, especially as to
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A Methodists today are about as Furniture
broad and liberal in their codesof

ti. behavior as are other leading \ ARE

,., a .-? Protestants. Methodists tradi- i
.. : ; Roomy modern built of solid clear
i ii tionally have fought against intemperance I ,, .:; pieces, ruggedly

ter, gambling and licentious t, z < r 3f. pine

indulgence. John Wes- .' Kiln-dried to resist warp, reinforced at stress points

II -p ley formulated a list of general z. Professionally sanded paint or stain glides ont
rules for the members of his Ten Churches Serve'G'ville : ,

I I t F societies because he believed t.. + ,.,axr C'G easily
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,. I they needed concrete standards .: ; tt">K Large non-sag, easy glide drawers wont tilt or stick
7I as well as ideals. '
:., t For many years, the church I, Methodists ,! I $13.98, 4 drawer chest; 23 %x13V&x33-in. high 11.83
,,- had a provision forbidding diver j t" ...S $24.98, 9 drawer dresser; 35x13'/ x33-hs. high 19.83

a s A {, sions such as card-playing and Gainesville has 10 churches, in Howard Bishop Junior High: 1 S .S 3-drawer chest; 12x12x25i -in. high 7.88

I with total of School. ..
v dancing. This provision was membership 4,563 i ( 6 K h -= ; ac a ..
changed nearly 30 years ago serving its Methodist residents.The Reverend Nelson Wade is the I
: } to read, "not taking such minister of Centenary Methodist :
diver-I First Methodist Church
I Church, with
I'I sions as cannot be used a membershiptotal
has a membership of 2,000. The of 168.Trinity 1
name of the Lord Jesus.
pastor is Rev. Thomas Mitchell. Methodist Church,!
with its 324 members, is served!
What is the Methodist posi- Wesley Community Church
by Rev. Robert Temple. !
tion on birth control? whose minister is Rev. E. S. Y
J Rev. Damon Dell is I
., The General Conference of the Kerrick has 500 members. pastorof }
two churches Bartley Temple
Methodist Church has stated:
Wesley Foundation University
167 members and Liberty:
"Parenthood is a Christian privi- Methodist church 458 members Hill, 42 members.
lege and responsibility; and the is served by Rev. Thax- Greater Bethel AME Church!:

This stained glass win- highest ideals of the Christian ton Springfield. has approximately 385 mem'

dow enhances worship in family can be achieved when Gainesville's newest Metho. bers. The minister is Rev. Walter -: ,

( the First Methodist children are wanted, anticipated dist Church, Faith Methodist White. Terrific Value! 4-pc. Corner Group
Church's sanctuary at and welcomed into the home. has a membership of 131. Carl Mount Pleasant Met h o dist i

419 NE First St. We believe that planned parent- Hanks is the pastor. The serv- Church's pastor is Rev. William I # All this! 3-drawer chest, open book-
r hood in Christian bookcase with doors and corner Regular 52.92
practiced con- ices are temporarily being held Ferguson. Membership is 388. ; case
d4 desk. All ore 29-m. high. Paint
science fulfills rather than violates
'/ This is the last of two articles it yourself and save! These prices 4988
t on "What is a Methodist the will of God. I good 3 days only '
pal church. And the confirmation
-bishops appoint the ministers of,
The justifying motive must be i
in the Sun's continuing
of members in the Methodist individual parishes.The ,
unselfish. The children we bring
series, "What Our ReligionsAre. 1eA
Churches is office not r
an of
legislative the
." into the world have a right to power r
limited to bishops in the Methodist Church
a wholesome home life. Toward, as is vesteu in
i Protestant Episcopal Church, a General Conference which Gooseneck
t By RALPH W. SOCKMAN that end the spacing of chil- k e S1. 1t1cY
dren, the health of parents and but can be given by all ordained -)meets every four years and is r
Do Methodists believe in the adequate economic support are ministers. j composed of both clergy anc Fluorescent

"real presence" of Christ in factors to be considered. The Also, the Methodist Church laymen in equal numbers.! 1 Desk Lamps
): the .sacrament of the Lord's Discipline recommends coursesof differs from the Baptist and The delegates to the General Z'
i II. Supper? I instruction for young mar- some others in the matter of Conference are democratically ti t,, rAtY y. :

baptism. Not only do Methodists elected by annual conferences 688"CHARGE
Yes but not in the sense that ried couples on "life adjustments ,
Roman Catholics regard the and personality prob believe in infant baptism, which and ( | a proportional basis. i M 1 ,
j lems." the Baptists do not, but also I The supreme judicial power of
"real In the Mass
''I presence. they baptize usually by sprinkling the Church rests in a Judicial fcWedge IT"
Roman Catholics are taught rather than by immersion.'Council whose members and Pillows for Vinyl Lunch Kits,
that the bread becomes the What is the Methodist posI-
Other differences be cit- qualifications determined in Bed Matching Bottles
I be- might are by' Reading Flexible to
Body of Christ and the wine tion on divorce? permits light
ed if consideration the General Conference of the:
space -
comes the Blood of Christ so I Methodists deplore the prev.talence Reg. 88 188
of the various denomina Church. i be directed anywhere.
that Christ is present in body j; of divorce and seek to Sears Price

I f and soul. preserve the marriage bond by tions. Extra comfort for reading, TV Flat-top box with Yogi Bear Shade to reflect light.
The two most marked Methodist How many Methodists are others. Half-
Methodists accept Christ'sown I'every means humanly possible. viewing. Rayon Challis Sheen. Tammy Gigi or
words that "God is a spirit -' However they recognize that emphases are the inner experience i there? : Assorted pottems. pint vacuum included.Chieftain Scratch-resistant

; and they that worship him situations do arise where the of religion and the social The 1961 figures give 10,046-
I must worship him in spirit and santity of individual personality applications of conscience. j 262 members of the Met h odist I -

in truth." Hence they believe requires the severance of a John Wesley stressed OCt he Church in the United States, not ,

that the body of Christ is given, marital relationship. witness of the spirit," "an in- members.including 1,663,367, preparatory I y 4+ _
taken, and eaten in the sacra- They hold that those who have ward impression on the soul mains'
ment only in "a heavenly and been wronged have the right to..whereby the spirit of God im I There are also three
Negro Methodist bodies the African zs ;
And faith is : ,, 'L
spiritual manner. a second chance.No I mediately and directly witnesses 'I --
the whereby the body of Methodist Episcopal, s5
means Methodist minister should to my spirit that I am a childof
Christ is received and eaten in solemnize the marriage of a di- God that all my sins, Church' ((1,166,301 members in y,
the Lord's Supper. vorced whose wife and I 1951)); the African Methodist
person or are blotted out am reconciled -
Zion Church
husband is living and unmarried to God." Holding this Episcopal (770,000in ,
Do Methodist ministers hear : but this rule shall not ap- emphasis, Methodism has made 1959)); and the Christian!

confessions? I I ply ((1)) to the innocent person, much of conversion revivalsand Methodist Episcopal Church t M r' ,
in .
(392,167 1951)
Methodist churches have no,.when it is clearly establishedby testimonies of religious ex- \. YAN
"confessionals" as do Roman! competent testimony hat perience.I The great majority of Methodists :, i.

Catholic churches. Methodist the: true cause for divorce was I Methodist social consci- have as a goal an inte- L a.
grated church. Some of the
ministers perform a great deal adultery or other vicious condi- ence has kept the church in the steps t 'b /' : V
by which that will be reached
of counseling.' Persons often I tions which, through cruelty or forefront of reform movements have
already been taken others
come to confess their sins as;physical peril invalidated the such as the improvement of labor -
well as their troubles. But the: marriage vow; nor (2)) to di- conditions, the inculcationof are being considered. Progress'is
pastor does not'presume to give, vorced persons who seek to be temperance and the aboli- lems being remain made to, but be solved.many prob--: f11; :

"penance" or to pronounce reunited in. marriage.. tion of war. In the number of Methodists
throughout the
words of absolution. Methodists missions, hospitals and colleges, world number approximately Portables Sale! Vinyl Covered
believe that each individualcan What distinguishes Methodists Methodism leads in Protest-
15,500,000 in full

go New directly Testament'to God promise trustingthe : denominations from other? Protestant antism.The Methodist Church also, ( who of have passed membershipthose through' 3 111. High, 8 Ibs. Light Taperlite Luggage
a course training as
"If we confess our sins, He is It is difficult to say because prepa-
emphasizes the demo craticprinciple ratory members and who have
faithful and just to forgive us modem practices and the grow- *
our sins ." ing spirit of church unity tendto in the organization and I been formally received into the Regular 50.85 "II 88* far men
.. government. Laymen are in church and claim
draw the leading Protestant. ), a total constituency -: and womenRegularly 899 1499
What do Methodists mean denominations ever closer to- creasingly given leadership in I of 25,000,000 as ad- Steel body, carrying case 1MJ I t o
the church councils. herents those who
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by salvation? gether. support or A mighty-mite that carries easily wherever thereis
attend the church
the hus-
The Methodist Church retains, to be done. Features includes standard
Salvation means not only, se- band wife of typing
a member
in general, the theology of the How is the Methodist un- $16.99-26 inch pullman ocse 14.99
curity in heaven after death buta less such a person is otherwise 84-character keyboard touch selector to match
Anglican Church from which itsprang. t Church governed?
present experience of God'sgrace [{ Some Methodist parishes affiliated). your stroke finger-set margins. See it at Sears. Regularly $13.99-21 inch weekend cose 11.99
and power. When men Since British Methodism dif-
and earnestly repent of preserve much of the Protestant that, *plus tax Regularly $10.99 train case , 8.99
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truly I(ers in its organization "What Is a Mor-
their sins, God forgives the guiltof ,I Episcopal liturgy church, wejishall Part I.
On the other hand, in somej lof the American ; mon 3-ply wool box construction. Many colors styles.
past transgressions. Also he speak only of the United (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines -
Methodist churches the servicesof
imparts the power which fortifies main of and
worship informal. States and the body Broadcasting Inc.)
men against future sins. are'ery
Methodists here.
God calls men to that holinessof Within the 40,000 American l
Organized at about the time t'
Methodist churches there is I
insist- InHistory
life which as Wesley Today
probably as wide variation in the United States Constitutionwas
"social holiness,
ed, is
love and service of their fellow types of thought and worship as adopted the Methodist ,: r A

men. Man cannot attain this there is between Methodists, Church parallels rather uniquely i

holiness merely by obeying laws Presbyterians, Congregation a l- the pattern of American gov By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

and doing good works. Man's ists and others. ,ernment. Today is Wednesday, Aug 19,
salvation comes by faith and: Of course Methodists do havesome I The executive branch of the the 232nd day of 1954. There: \ i Su L

through the grace of God. I differences from the other -I Church consists of a Council of are 134 days left in the )'ear. C,

God sent Christ to reveal his branches of the Protestant Bishops, whose members are Today's highlight in history: rl i ; I

love to men. When men behold Church. For instance, the selected' by jurisdictional confer'ences On this date in 1812 the Unit- !
how Christ died for them their estant Episcopal Church be-' composed of ministersand I ed States frigate Constitution

hearts are moved and their lieves that divine grace is im-
lives are transformed. They con- parted through apostolic over a geographical "Area" defeated the British Y
fess Christ as their Savior. He,cession. Methodists do not hold If- frigate Guerriere in a battle in s'r

is the power of God unto sal- to this doctrine. Hence a Meth-( ) the North Atlantic. s
ation I odist minister cannot administerthe Areas in the United States and} On this date:

a a aDo sacraments in an Episco- 16 in mission fields abroad TheAbotlt : In 1942 the greatest commando -

Methodists have to accept i attack in history was

a creed? I made by Allied forces on the

any They formal are creed.not required Those joining to sign AuthorRalph ::France.Nazi-occupied port of Dieppe, Save Over 12% 011 Up to 130 Miles Per Gal. :

the church are asked to answeraffirmati'ely W. Sockman I In 1944, the US. 3rd Army '
retired in 1961, after 44 Sears Standard Bikes with ALLSTATE Mo-Ped
two questions: years as minister of Christ- Church Methodist (smashed into the suburbs of

"Do you confess Jesus Christas (formerly Madison Avenue Methodist Episcopal ,Paris.I .

your' Savior and Lord and I Church), in New York City a record for pulpit I I I; 1946 Washington disclosed Regular 31.98 !
i vour allegiance to His tenure in a single Methodist parish. Dr. Sockman I that a second American transport 27.88 Windshield extra. $188
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Kingdom is known as the "Dean of Religious Broadcasters" plane
"Do you receive and professthe because of his 34 seasons as minister of the Sun down by Yugoslav fighter
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Christian faith as contained -, !
day morning "National Radio Pulpit, the oldest planes over Yugoslavia.
frame with bright baked-on enamel ,that resists frame gets to 130 miles
of : up per gal. of Up to
in the New Testament Protestant broadcast in America.Dr. Ten years ago President gas. 1
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Our Lord, Jesus Sockman is president of the Council on Religion Dwight D. Eisenhower defendedhis 2-peed trans
Wesley the founder, once declared and International Affairs (Church Peace ; Republican administrationand hubs. Kickstand. Safe coaster brake. mission, 2-beam headlight, tool kit.

; "I believe the mercifulGod Union), and was president of the Board of World I criticized prophets of depression -

regards the lives and;, Peace of the Methodist Church from 1928 to I in a speech in Spring' and Save
:fcmpers: of men more than their;, 1960. He is a member of the Central Committee .field HI.Five Shop at Sears 14 South Main STORE HOURS ,

Jdeas. One of his basic princi- of the World Council of Churches and has been II : years ago The Discoverer Sati. lion Guaranteed SEARS Tues., We.. ThMf'. Sot Mon FA i
ples was, "Think and let twice president of the Protestant Council of the I 6 satellite was I or Your Money Back Phone 372-8461 : i J
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think. With its emphasis on I j fully launched into orbit from -

life rather than creed, Method-1', j I Its California base. i I "j

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11 S/ie's/ Madam Secretary I I I III OKI 0 ED f n IDfflfflliy I II U itPE0 Pl fS Wed. Thur. -Fri.

/ Aug. 19 20 21

EDITOR'S NOTE: Women -- THURSDAY, August 20

are playing an ever increas- rT .r THE f ) Y YRuth .

ing role in politics, and their .;:. Miscellaneous shower honor- ..'; .... ...,"",,...,,, ..
ladylike but powerful Influ- ing Miss Dorian Post, bride- .. .+..,,,< :':.;,.

ence will be felt at the Demo- V T Weimer-Women's EditorDentonCrews elect of Don Jennings, S p.m., ,t._,.:',.-, : ; ....... <,.:..:,
cratic National Convention. A Mrs. W. G. Johnson and Mrs. .

three-part series on women \,.'..::6/: ;_ Eugene Robinson hostesse at Ld: ; : A \
holding prominent positions at : ; the Robinson home, 1720 NW o

the convention begins ,with 12th Street. < .
this introduction to the very :{ '
able The and Luncheon honoring Miss i ; J-M"
secretary. engagement approaching :
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By JOY MILLERAP j .. marriage of Miss Lucille :::-' :;: : Nancy Pepper, fiancee of JohnR. '> ,. : ,9 I .,. < \ c
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Women's Editor Franklin Denton, and Bobby Carswell, Hazelwood, N.C., !tt. : (: : '
When Dorothy VredenburghBush Lucius Crews, son of Mr. o.j'Z : 12:30 p.m., Mrs. C. Addison 4!' << <

was 12 her older sister ad- and Mrs. Raymond Crews, is Pound and Mrs. C. Addison i ; ,
monished her: > t announced today by the bride- Pound Jr., home of the latter : : \

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." date for the nuptials, which 4 A Cp Coffee honoring Miss Mar- /"' ... .' '.' '
;c will take in the First tha Jane Edwards, bride- .r.,
place : Baptist J.
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vice to heart and it's >>":"">;" r itlll. :2
possiblyone "j" 1'v. J..l.l \ The bride to be attended Ga., noon, Mrs. Leo J. -
of the ,
reasons she is facing
j\.J1 Thomas and Mrs. S. A. Hus- k .Mv..w
her sixth .;; ; schools in Norlina and was S
successful stint as .z : .,' Jr. hostesses at the for- "
;w sey
) graduated from the North Car- :'M'I' !
secretary to the Democratic Na- mers's home, 530 NW 23rd.
olina Hospital School of Nursingin
tional Convention when it
opensin Rehearsal dinner honoringthe
Winston-Salem N.C She .
Atlantic City August 24. C Post Jennings wedding GET A HUGE
at the J. Hillis
now employed
Mrs. Bush has a soft, clear .. 1 C ic'\ Miller Health Center. party, North Central Baptist
voice, seemingly without ac- .. Church dining hall. WALLPORTRAIT $100l1x14
) The bridegroom elect was
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cent. Delegates find it a pleasure .'
to listen to her call the .. !\ : graduated from Gainesville Buffet supper and linen
:yY m .x : : ". } High School. He is now employed shower complimenting Miss
roll.When .. at Sperry Rand Corporationof
she wants to, though, ;1i Gainesville. Miss Lucille Franklin Denton Nancy Pepper, bride elect of OF"OUR
: .t CHILD
dynamic and dimpled Dorothycan .to John Carswell, Hazelwood,
lapse into the Southern accent .V V N. C., at the Beard home,
Add HOURS: 10 AM- 1 PM; 2 PM-5 PM; <6< PM-9 PM
she grew up with in Mis- NewcomersPlan ThymeDipping 832 NW 22nd Street.Mix .

sissippi. It's still there, just un- DOROTHY BUSH, national convention secretary.She I NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED SELECTION Of SEVERAL POSE
der the surface, she
says. UKIM8e& .
Youngest To Serve has advice for delegates insurance of.a steel company in ed flour before frying? Adda PORTRAIT DELIVERED AT STOKE A FEW DAYS AFTER

At the age of 27, in March of Bring along a bathing suit, if Birmingham, Ala. Then she for a benefit bridgewere little thyme to the flour, & Match
made by the Gainesville
like to swim. There will be
1944, she was appointed secre- you married Peter Vredenburgh 3rd Newcomers during the August salt and pepper mixture.
time and opportunity. with color
tary to the Democratic National and became active in Democratic -meeting at the City Recreation
Committee, the first woman Whether a sweater might be
Center with coordinatedSINGER 1J4I
and in Monday evening
politics many civic Braising LeeksIf r
advisable for air conditioned
and the youngest of either sex
Mrs. Ronald A. Bennett as host-
affairs in
to hold this position with either Convention Hall is debatable. Birmingham. I
you are braising leeks to THE STORE WITH MORE J
party. That same year she start- "The boys and girls working Widowed, she married the ess.The benefit will be an eventof I iI I GAINESVILLE' SHOPPING CENTER
there now keep telling us 'Boy, serve as a vegetable with
ed her string of convention sec- Hon. John W. Bush, commis- September 17 at 8 pm. in !I
retaryships, in Chicago.The it's cold,' but maybe when all sioner of the Interstate Com- the Recreation Center. meat or fish, remove every Fabrics

party was just trying to the people" get in it will be com- merce Commission, a couple of Bridge followed the business bit of the green part that is Sim Want Ads Gel Results

express appreciation for the fortable. years ago. session with prizes at game going tough. I .
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youth among its supporters, she Names Confused to Mrs. Jack Jarrett and I -- -- --- -- --

says she explained then. Now, Her opposite number in the Her husband will be attending Mrs. Clarence Myers. Mrs. C.

she goes on with a chuckle, her Republican Party is pretty Pol- the convention too. C. Montgomery received the I I

explanation is that the appoint- ly Buck of Greenville, Del., who "Jack is a delegate from the door prize.September. I The INDESTRUCTIBLE Beauty of 150,000 Ibs. of
ment is in recognition of the called roll at the GOP conven- state of Ohio," she says proudly. 21 is the date of I

more mature women in the par- tion in San Francisco in July. the next meeting at the Center.I

ty."That's Sometimes the two women MARBLE and TERRAZZO and the warmth and
the trouble with get-
have appeared on programs WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE!
ting your age on record. You'restuck and have been addressed
together -
thereafter," she says. by the other's name becauseof I Don't chance a heater that won't work! luxury of 800 sq. yds. of soft, deep-pile

"But it has been loads of fun the confusing similarity.But Call today for our pre-season special!

and the greatest pleasure has Dorothy Bush doesn't CARPETING make the New CITIZENS BANK
been to know so
getting many mind being called Dorothy Buck I II
wonderful people. by mistake, not only because HEATERSCLEANED II
Mrs. Bush says her job, be- she likes Polly but because it i iI I

sides calling the roll, is to as- shows that women are getting I I outstanding.There's.
sist the committee secretariesand numerous in politics. :
"help out wherever I can."
"There are more and morethings
Bring Swim Suit
for women in all walksof
As the convention date
approaches -
life to do, to take an inter-i ;'
she's getting "really ate ''e r
excited." The people planningthe est in politics," she says. "Many Call now before the first ONLY I
advances in housekeeping aids cold to avoid fighting I
convention were a little wor- snap
ried that the President would makes this possible. cr balky heater when the 25I /

announce his vice presidential Mississippi State Grad temperature tumbles and $ I

candidate early, she says, and Her interest in politics started servicemen are swamped 5 :
remove any chance of a con- early. After she received a B.S. with emergency calls. :

test. But now everyone's hap- degree from Mississippi State CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE i
py that the suspense will be kept College for Women, she workedas .. 9k1 7 1.i
intact. secretary to the director of HEATER CLEANED Plus| 3% Sole Tn Ls' F R r aq

I Large Stock Good

I Calendar Of EventsTODAY I USED HEATERS 20 And Up .

August 19 Gainesville Library Advisory I

University Women's Club Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville Central Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50 i

and Newcomer's Group I Public Library. CALL : r!
Summer Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. FRIDAY, August 21 FR 2-9561 a."

Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. I Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 : c. B. BOHANNON. JR. :
Alex Bednarek, hostesses, a.m., Holiday Inn. iI j i .
n's Club- : V .V
University 0 me VV

house, West Newberry Road.
Gainesville Bridge Club I :

7:30 pin Holiday Inn. ; 4> :
Bon Voyage luncheon for TIME IS MONEY. i I r a t

Miss Ann Dell, noon, Miss Jo '

Nez Love and Miss Jeanne I II

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J $60 pp- mo. . $2.00 per day
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$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Nuclear Science Bldg. University Alachua, County Court House
ii i Jennings Hall-University Lake Shore Apartments
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fD13C Now At Home I Knight-Rodgers BridgeBy

BROOKER -- Mr. and 'Mrs. WEBEAT j
Richard Allen Mayben whose
marriage was an event of July JOHN E. CRAPS

25, have established their'homeat Nuptial Plans Listed Van A. May and the writer MOST SALE r s I
3129 NW 12th Street, Gaines- came in first among the
ville. I North-South pairs in the Monday
Plans are announced today 1 Her attendants will be her sis- t
The wedding took place at the evening game of the
for the wedding of Miss Gloria ter/Mrs. R. E. Haile of Way- WITH OUR
home of the bride's parents Gainesville Bridge Club ,with
Ann Knight and Henry Mat- cross Ga., matron of honor,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Greenof 109% match points. ',There
thew Rodgers. Miss Knight is!and Mrs. Joe Knight Jr. and
Brooker with Rev. Rex were eight and one half tables -
the daughter of Mrs. Joe L. Mrs. Bobby Wright, bridesma-
Brookins reading the double in play and the DAY LOW
'By CECILY BROWNSTONE Knight Sr. and the late Mr.!trons. average eI
ring score for North-South pairs
AP Food Editor ceremony.The Knight. Mr. Rodgers is the
Little Miss Donna LeBuff, was 94%, for East-West 84.
bride is the former Miss son of Mr. and :Mrs. James M.
niece of the bridegroom will Rufus Heath Jr. and P.
Ella .
GOOD DINNER DEVILED TUNA Mary The bride- Rodgers.The be flower girl.
A. Johnson took second
is the of
groom son Mr. and I
This meat loaf tastes wonderful 2 cans (6-( % or 7 ounces each) Mrs. Fred W. Bender of Gaines wedding will be solemnized William M. Rodgers of Valdosta with 103%, while L. H. Rob-
with Fragrant Pear Relish tuna in vegetable oil ville. Saturday at 3:30: p.m. in Ga., will serve as best bins and Dr. Ian T. Gilson
Mushroom Meat Loaf Potatoes % cup flour the Advent Christian Church man for his brother. Ushers will were third with 98%. The Furniture Manufacturers
Peas Frangrant Pear Relish 1 cup milk The bride given in marriageby with Rev. Dudley Gerald OffiCi-I be Alfred Jones and Bobby Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and Mrs.
Cqffe Gelatin Beverage 1 teaspoon minced chives her father, wore a street- ating. Nuptial music Johns. J. F. Wharton won out in a
Vt teaspoon each. salt and dry length dress of white chiffon I played by Mrs. Curtis Williamsand No invitations are' being sent very close East-West contest SAMPLE
MUSHROOM: MEAT LOAF mustard over taffeta. Dawson R. Zigler will be and all friends and relatives of with 96% over Mrs. R. J.

% pound mushrooms 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Miss Lynda Strandridge of soloist. I the couple are invited to attend Williams and R. H. Harms

3 slices bacon, diced '/4 teaspoon tabasco sauce Gainesville was maid of honor.I The bride-to-be will be givenin I the wedding and reception to who had 96. R. W. Jones and South Main St at SW 13th Sf,
}i 2 slices bread crumbed fine and Jimmy Mayben, brother of marriage by her brother Joe: 'be given at the home of the Dr. R. I. Johnson were close
onion and
cup chopped. mixed with melted butter the bridegroom, was best man. L. Knight Jr. of Venice Fla: bride's mother. behind them with 93.
Paprika -- --- -
Impounds ground chuck beef ; -
1 cup soft bread crumbs Drain tuna; measure4 table-

1% teaspoons saltV spoons of oil into a saucepan;,
8 teaspoon pepper stir in flour then milk. Stir in '
% cup milk chives salt mustard Worcestershire -

1 2 tablespoon eggs,,slightly butter beaten I and tabasco. Cook i I PRE-SCHOOL SAVINGS IN ALLPENNEY'S

I and stir constantly until thick-I :
Slice" or llarge mushroomsand X20 J
ened and boiling. Stir in drained -
reserve; 'chop remaining DEPARTMENTS
tuna. Spoon into four scallop ALWAYS FIRST
mushrooms. Cook bacon in skil- QUALITY
with buttered 140
let until almost crisp; add shells. Sprinkle
crumbs and paprika. Bake in a
chopped mushrooms, onion and I
hot ((400 degrees) oven 15 min-
celery; cook 'until wilted. Mix
with the remaining ingredients utes. Makes 4 hearty servings.I f r tl i

except the reserved sliced j '1 l;
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I Away Star PlayersWhen By Big

MIKE RATHET to overhaul National League- Washington 6-1, the Los Angeles

it comes to trading away prime talent in major Associated Press Sports WriterIf leading Philadelphia, wasn't too Angels and Detroit swapped 1-0)

t league baseball, Milwaukee's Braves would have to be put happy about the job done by shutouts in a twi-nighter and
it Al Dark's
I at the top of the list. a you see way, Jim O'Toole's left arm as the Amalfitano put an end to the
... the San Francisco were
,. 0< Cincinnati ace pitched the Redsto
In the past few years, the Braves have shuffled off such .......,.:... beaten in the first game of their Tuesday CUbs-Phillies' marathon with
a 1-0) victory -
in the 16th when he dou-
two out
aces as Juan Pizarro, Joey Jay, Lew Burdette, Bob Buhl, VADA PINSON RAY SADECKI vital home stand by three arms. night.
bled after Andre singled
Del Crandall, Joe Adcock and Wes Covington.And I .Waves Arms .Wins 15th Dark, whose Giants are trying Rodgers -
But what made the San Fran- and pinch hitter Dick Ber-

what have they got to show for it? cisco manager furious was the tell walked. The Cubs needed A

r r t. feeling that the Giants were both runs as Philadelphia catcher .

Pizarro and Jay were just run-of-the-mill type pitchersfor e really given the business by Clay Dalrymple, who had

several seasons with the Braves. Then they were traded + > Wednesday, IVada Pinson's waving arms. committed a costly two-base error -

and turned into mound terrors. t t + r Au 19, 196Peye earlier homered in the bottom
13 The situation that angered
Jay had two 20-victory seasons with the Cincinnati Reds, 3 Dark arose in the eighth inningof of the 16th.Dalrymple's .

and Pizarro came into his own with the Chicago White Sox a scoreless duel between error came after The rrn

of the American League. 3'Toole and Bob Bolin, who had Amalfitano had homered in the 1

limited the Reds to two hits eighth for the first run off Den-
Pizarro, a left.handed fastballer, currently leads the junior
OKLAHOMA HAS EDGEIN when nis Bennett who had allowed
they suddenly parlayed a ,
loop with a sparkling 16-6 record. Included are two wins in
walk, a bunt single, an error only four hits and held a 1-0)
the last few days over the dangerous Yankees.
and Pinson's a rms into the lead. Dalrymple fired wild on a i

-Started With Jax game's only run. high bouncer in.front of the

BIG EIGHT RACEBy Leo Burke who then
With one out in the eighth, plate by JIM O'TOOLE
scored double Ernie I
Pizarro started his professional career with the Jackson Chico Ruiz walked and.reached Banks. on a by .Four-Hitter

ville Braves of the Class A South Atlantic League. The second on Marty Keough's bunt

17-year-old whiz, who could hardly speak a word of English, JIM VAN VALKENBURG one of the nation's best. years under Bob Devaney. The single. Pinson then lofted a

set the league on fire with a 23-7 record, 1.75 earned run KANSAS CITY (AP) Ok- Dan Devine at Missouri will young talent is reputedly the short fly to center, shortstopJose

average and a loop strikeout record. lahoma is starting a new foot have a far better backfield with best in school history. Halfbacks Pagan brushing into center 13 Athletes Get

ball era under Gomer Jones, but Roland's return after a year's Bob Hohn and Kent Me fielder Willie Mays as the ball

He looked like he was destined for big league star- with almost the same playerswho absence and the addition of Cloughan and quarterback Fred dropped between them. That

dom. But only moderate success came with Milwaukee. 16 in the last Charlie Brown Duda
won games explosive sopho- are tops returnees. filled the bases and set the

Adcock, the big first baseman, and pitcher Burdette, both two years. This is reason more. Clay Stapleton calls his Iowa stage for the key play. Another ChanceIn

In their late 30s, have done little since leaving the Braves. enough to give Oklahoma the Lane, the league's passingand State team the best in seven Frank Robinson hit a groun-

edge in a hot four-team title total offense leader, won't years. Vaughn, a fine twowayman der to second baseman Hal!

But Buhl has been a standout on the Chicago Cubs mound race in the Big Eight. have to throw as much this fall. was moved from fullback Lanier, who flipped to Paganfor

staff Crandall is the regular catcher for contending San Mizzou's backfield and talent to tailback making for
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska depth room a force, but the Giants Final TrialsBy

Francisco, and Covington is a slugging outfielder for the all have the talent, size and is second to none. Mike Cox. Center John Berring- missed the double play when

high-flying Philadelphia Phillies. depth to win, but none matches, The Kansas backfield is the ton and tackles Norm Taylor: Pagan's relay to first pulled Orlando

Oklahoma in Iowa equal of any Big Eight club with and John Van Sicklen are solid. off the Ruiz
experience. Cepeda bag.
Meanwhile, the Braves are floundering around in sixth LARRY BORTSTEINNEW trials with a leg cramp, and has
State could finish third or I the fleet Sayers. But Jack Mit Phil Cutchin at Oklahoma entered the Reds' dugout after

place.Here fourth, but lacks the depth to go. chell has defensive problems. State will have a tougher de- scoring as Dark came stormingout YORK (AP) Thirteen had a relatively poor outdoor

And There all the way. Oklahoma State; Rookie linemen must come fense. OSU's line isn't as goodas of the Giants' dugout. athletes, including Jim Beatty, season.It .

gets the nod over Colorado and through for a Jayhawk title Colorado's, but rates a slight Dark protested that Pinson are getting an unprecedentedsecond was felt, however tnat his

University of Virginia claims the heavyweight championship Kansas State for sixth. i push. edge over the K-State line. Colorado's had interferred with Pagan's vision chance to make the 8:38 clocking in the two-miles

among sophomore football players in John Naponick, : The conference has never Nebraska has the momentumof Eddie Crowder must find by waving his arms as he Olympic track and field team. earlier this year was an indication -

who stands 6-10 and weights 295 pounds. Big John, who will been so deep in top backfieldmen. a 19-3 record the past two some backs to escape the celler.I came into second base, but was that he hasn't passed his

be a middle guard on defense' also is an outstanding It has prime All-America overruled. He also was ejected. The athletes, including seven peak.

basketball player. Last year on the frosh team he scored 18 candidates like Gale Sayers of The loss cost the Giants an track men and six field event Other athletes passed into the

points per game and hauled down an average of 20 re Kansas, Jim Grisham of Ok- opportunity to gain ground on specialists, were passed into the Los Angeles trials were Cliff

bounds. What's more, he's an 80 shooter in golf and a lahoma, Tom Vaughn of Iowa the front-running Phillies, who final Olympic trials, to be held Cushman, Air Force colonel and

top student. State and Johnny Roland and maintained their five-game Sept. 12-13 in Los Angeles by a 1960 silver medalist at Rome, in

Gary Lane of Missouri. And bulge despite a 4-3 loss in 16 innings the 400 meter hurdles; Bernie
BtNG DEVINE, who Monday resigned as general managerof board composed of five mem-
each of the top five clubs has an to the Chicago Cubs. Rivers, New Mexico U. sophomore
the St. Louis Cardinals named executive of the
was year bers of the Olympic Track and
four-man unit. 200 meters Dave Archi-
outstanding Joey two-run ;
by The Sporting News last season. Field Committee Tuesday.This .
double won it for the Cubs: in a bald, San Diego, 400 meters;

THERE'S A new backfield start trying on two pairs of Impressive Talent impressive 5-hour and 23-minute struggle is the first time it has Ron Larrieu, Los Angeles and
talent is almost
mighty big shoes at Syracuse. Floyd Little, a sophomore half Line as which the first to go past the been possible for athletes to Dick Macy, Houston, 10,000 met
with the likes of tackle
back from New Haven, Conn., is being compared with 12:50 a.m. local time curfew have a second chance to make ers; Pat Traynor, Philadelphia,
and Newt
Syracuse All Americas Jimmy Brown and Ernie Davis. The Ralph Neely guards since NL President Warren to 3,000-meter steeplechase: Bob
the team after failing qualifyin
200 pound, second Little will be assigned the famous Burton and Ed McQuarters. of S \ Giles lifted the time ban to allow the The Olympic Humphreys, Pasadena, discus
SS tryouts.
number "44" which was worn by both his predecessors.And Oklahoma, end Mike Shinn and 5) R -tS ., ,. all games to be played to a committee allowed appeals by throw; Bill Floercke, Kansas,

even more: Just as Brown's pleas helped bring Heis- tackle Brian Schweda of Kan aA' .v ..t&o decision. those who tit their showing in and Les Tipton, Oregon, javelin

man Winner Davis to Syracuse, Ernie's salesmanship. finally sas, and tackle Larry Kramer y The St. Louis Cardinals, the New York trials should not throw; Jim Pride, Iowa ham
Little to his luck with the and end Tony Jeter of Nebra- mer throw and Ken Flercke,
persuaded try Orange. meanwhile, moved into fourth be considered a true test of ;

ska.Jones place as Ray Sadecki posted his their capabilities. Others were Kansas, and Norm Tate, North
WHEN TALK developed that the San Francisco 49ers might
formerly Bud Wlkinson's Carolina College, triple jump.
15th victory in a 5-2 triumphover injured and didn't compete in
persuade Wilt Chamberlain to join their pass-catching contin- chief lieutenant, .has' 27 Houston Milwaukee's Den
gent, Coach Harland Svare of the Los Angeles Rams was who the 1962 New York.
players were on Lemaster four-hit the Los
asked what he'd do if Big Wilt appeared against his team. championship team and on lastyear's ny Angeles Dodgers 3-1 and Joe 48 AthletesA

"I'd get Bill Russell to guard him," Svare said. squad which lost only to EsJ Christopher slammed a homer, total of 48 athletes made

BOB ALLISON, outfielder-first baseman for the Minnesota Nebraska and No. 1-ranked Tex- s two triples and a double in the written appeals, although a

Twins, was more impressive in football than baseball duringhis as. New York Mets' 7-3 walloping of complete list was, not disclosed.

days at University of Kansas. His .243 batting averagefor Jones feels his defense must Pittsburgh. Beatty, of Los Angeles, was -

his only college season did not deter several major league be improved and the deep secondary %- American League-leading the most prominent of the athletes g

clubs from trying to sign him. Allison signed a baseball rebuilt. Quarterback is Baltimore defeated Boston 5-2, advanced. The former

contract after playing halfback and fullback as a sophomoreon a problem that likely will be the Chicago White Sox edgedthe world record holder for the in-

the Kansas team In 1953.McKinley. door mile, withdrew from the 5000meter ,-
solved if Mike Ringer returns in New York Yankees 4-3 in 10
in the New York
top form. The Oklahoma line is innings, Minnesota whippedNational race cIn&ILLIQUORS

Ralston Again League BoxesNight {

Glint Night Gam
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-- abrhbi abrhM Ruiz 2b 3100 Pagan ss 4000
Will Lead Phone 372.6951
DavisNEW i Cuppersslow Flood cf 4100 Kasko ss 4010 Keough rf 4010 Kuenn rf 4010
Brock If 4011 Spangler If 4100 Pinson cf 3000 McCovey If 3000
SMALL, BUT DURABLE JACK CARD White lb 521 0 Gaines rf :3000 Robinson If 4 0 0 Mays cf 4000Johnson
Boyer 3D 5111 Bond lb 4131 lb 4000 Ctpeda lb 4000
Highly-Touted Soph Linebacker: Groat ss :3020 Asprd'n't 3b 4 0 2 0 Edwards c 4010 Hart 3b 3010 Prices Good Thru Sot.
YORK (AP) Chuck pionships at Forest Hills Sept. 3- clay would have to make M'xVI pr-ss 1011 Hardy cf 4000 Cardenas is 4010 Lanier 2b 3010
McCarver e 5 01 1 LIllis ss 4000 Boros 3b 3000 Crandall e 3000
McKinley and Dennis Ralston, 13.McKinley quick revisions in their style of Javier 2b 4010 Grote c 3000 O'Toole p 3000 Bolin p 2000
the two-man combination which and others had expressed Shannon rf 3000 Larsen p 2010Sadecki Peterson ph 1 0 1 0
play. Guard Is UF p 3120 Fox ptl 0000 Totals 32 1 3 1 T tals31 11

wrested the Davis Cup from the opinion that Hop Schultz p 1000 Roberts ph 1000 I Cincinnati .............:... ooo 000 010-1
Benisch tournament Totals 315104 Totals U 2 71 ....... .. OQOE *
would hold his out of Henry San Francisco OM 090 -
Australia last year, were nameed man boys St. Louis .............. .. ... tot 200 102-5 .j; Time Is Money
today to head a seven man the Forest Hills tournament and chairman at the West Side Ten- Houston ,. ................. 111 000 110O-2 -Cepeda, Pagan.* Cincinnati\ 7,

team for defense of the trophy .take them directly to Cleveland nis Club, said, however, that he E-Groat 2. Woodeshick. DP-St. Louis San 28-Francisco Cardenas, P ersqn. SBtHart.IP SAVE
1. LOB-St. LOUiS 10, Houston 7 .J H RCRBBSO TJME HERE
next month. to get used to the combinationclay had talked with Hopman, the OpportunitySpot 2B-Boyer, SadeckL 3B-White, Sa- O'Toole,W 1J-S .. 4 0 0 2 10
I Australian captain on Mondayand decki. Bolin, L, *S ......0 ?3 1 .0 2 10
SB-Aspromonte Brock McCarver.
which -
surface the
Meanwhile, fear that the wily on -Fox, Brock. Duffalo ........... 1 '. 0 0 0 0 1 OPEN
matches will be pla/ed. that Hopman had assured HBP-By Bolin (Pinson). 1-2:1f. A15,542. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Melbourne fox, Harry Hopman, IP H R ER II SO .
him the entire Aussie team Sadecki W, 15- .. 4 2-3 7 2 1 2 5 .( Mon thru Thurs.
might be planning a fast one for Sept. 25-27 in 64Golden .... .
Schultz .. .. .. 21-30 0 0 0 1 Night Game
the Challenge Round was eased The Challenge Round is would play at Forest Hills. Larsen, l_ 14 .... 7 7:1: 3 1 5 PITTSBURGH NEW YORK 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Woodeihick .. .... 2 3 2 0 Z 1 lit ,1111I abrkbi Fri. and Sat.
with the announcement that the scheduled Sept 2527. Players Benisch said he also had re- WP-Sadeckl. T2:41.I..617.. Bailey H 5021 Klaus 3b 4000'

Australia last were nam- moving directly from Forest ceived a commitment from Raf- advertisements for Mota cf 5010 HUnt 2b 5230
year, opportunity abounds, say the Night Cam Clemente rf 41 1 0 QirT'pT rf 5 213
play in the U.S. National cham Hill's fast grass to Cleveland's ael Osuna of Mexico, the de- capable young men at guard for Florida in 1964. CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA Freese 3b 4122 Hfckman cf 4'2 1 1Clen'd'n'n
lb 3 0 0 0 Smith If 5010
r fending champion, that he This isn't exactly what Head Coach Ray Graves would A'lfitano 2b 1123 Gonzalez cf abrhbi 6 0 3 0 Mazer'skl 2b 4 1 1 0 Can'zaro c 3121 ,

1 would be on hand for his title like to have communicated about his football team but Burke rfWilliams If 6 1100 0 2 0 Allen Callison 3b rf 7010 7000 McF'lane Schofield ss c 4000 4010 McMillan Kran'p-l ss lb :3000 4011

defense. facts being such as they are guard is the best place fora Santo 3b 4 0 2 0 Covington H 4010 Gibbon. 1000 Jackson% p 4011, FOURROSES
Banks lb 7011 Johnson pr 0100 Stargell ph 1 005
Besides McKinley and Ralston 1- new face this fall. Cowan cf 3000 Rojas If 3030 Alley ph 1010 1
Totals 34 3 f 3 Totals 31713 7
Clmns ph-cf 2010 D'ryymple 11 21
off the 1963 team c
the country's No. 1 and Florida lost four lettermen guards Schaffer c 2020 Thomas lb 7110 Pittsburgh ....... ... ". ooo M2 Ml-3
returning an outstanding one in Bill Richbourg of Pensa- R'n'sky ph-c 400 0 Taylor 2b 4022 New York .. ., ... .. 101 123 MX-7 $099 I
No. 2 ranked players respectively
Rodgers ss 7130 Amaro ss 6 01 0 O 5th
cola and who in Larry Beckmanof Clendenon Freese, Klaus 2. DP
the included Frank a junior played some Buhl p 2000 Bennett p 2000 -
squad ,
Pittsburgh 1 New York 3. LOB-Pitts-
Stewart ph 1 0 0I Briggs ph 1010
NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUEW Froehling of Coral Gabls, Fla., Miami. M'Daniel p 2 01 0 H'msf ph 0000 i burgh I. New York 10.
L ,ct. G.B. L Pet. G.B. and 28-N.cF.rl.ne. Freese, Christopher SEAG RAM'S7CROWN
That's it, however, in the way of experience Gregory ph 0000 Triandos ph 1000 I.
Philadelphia 71 44 .607 Baltimore 74 4S .422 No. 3; Marty Riessen of Evanston Bertell ph-c 0100 Boozer p 1000 Cannlzzaro Hickman Hunt. 3B-Christopher
San Francisco 47 52.563 5 Chicago! 73 A7.6OI IV* Graves rates everyone else equal entering fall practice.The Totals. 514144 Totals 51J14, 2. Jackson. HR-Freese (I), Christopher .
Cincinnati 45 54 .544 7 New York 4* 41 .570 4 111., No. 5; Arthur Ashe Jr., (13).
St. Louis 44 55.s31 0 Detroit 62 41 J04 14 scramble should be an interesting one and Gator Chicago .u..H,.. toO toO au MO 001 J-4 i IP H. ERBBSO
Pittsburgh 63 55.534 I',, Los Angeles 62 41 J04 14 of Richmond, Va., No. 6; Char- in the of Philadelphia ,..0' 000 000 101 OM ooe 1-1, Gibbon, Uf-S .... 4 0 4 4 4 3 $399 1
Milwaukee 61 56 .521 10 Minnesota 60 60 .500 14V4 coaches only hope it produces something way DP Face ............. 2 4 3 2 0 2 5th
of Rico Williams.
Pasarell Puerto and
Los Angeles 51 .59 .** 13 Cleveland 55 45 .451 W* ley help for this position. Chicago E-SChIffer.1. Philadelphia Dalrymple X LOB-Chicago I Slsk ........om.. 2 1 1/ t 2
Chicago 54 63 .471 14 Boston 54 66 .450 20V Clark Graebner. 10. Jackson W, 7-12 0 'J 3 2 1 I
Houston 50 71 .413 23 Washington If 74 .391 27 13. Philadelphia I Gibbon faced 3 men hi 5m.
44 75 .310 30 2B Rodgers, Schaffer, Williams 2,. T-2:4
New York 31 12 all 3/'h Kansas City Guards A-U.905.
Yesterdays Results i Yesterdays Results Ashe, 21, is the first Negroever Third in a Series: Banks. Clemens. Amalfitano, Da'rymple.I 1
7. Pittsburgh 3 i Baltimore 5. Boston 2 Thomas. HR-Amatfitano (4). Dalrymple
New York named to a Challenge
New York X 10 Innings 58JohnsonHermsteill..
St. Louis 5, Houston 2 Chicago 4. (5)
Chicago 4, Philadelphia :X U Innings Minnesota 6. Washington 1 Round squad. Linebacking guard help is evident in Jim Bernhardt of IP H R ER II SO
Milwaukee 3. Los Angeles 1 Los Angeles 1-0. Detroit 0-1 Buhl 7 6 1 1 0 1 ; Great taste
Cincinnati 1. San Francisco 0 Kansas City 131. Cleveland ,$ Miami and sophomore Jack Card, also of Miami, and McDaniel' 4 6 1 1 1 2 new : ,,
Todays Games Today Games F.Burdette W. 1-0 2 1 1 0/ 0
Chicago Ellsworth 12-14 at Philadelphia New York Bouton 13-10 at Chicago this pair, if healthy, should be adequate.Five Broglio ........... 1 1 1 1 0 0
Bunnlng 13-4 night Buzhardt t-4. night Bo Won'tSay sophomores immediately move into the guard pic- Bennett .......... 72-3 6 2 1 3 7 N
Cincinnati Maloney 11- at San Francisco Los Angeles Gatewood 3-2 at Detroit Roebuck ........... 1-3 0 0/ 1 1 tobacco
Herbel 0-7 Sparma 3-5 or McLam 3-1: night ture for the fight for playing time. They are, in no par- Baldscnun ........ 2 2. 0 0 2 pipe
St. Louis Gibson 10-10 at Houston Not- Baltimore Bunker 12-3 at Boston Wilson Shantz ....,.....2 2 0 1 1 1 ,
tebart 4-4 night 11... nightMinnesota Aloha ticular order, Jerry Anderson (N. Miami), Jim Benson Boozer, L. 3-3 .... 4 4 2 2 ::1 5
Pittsburgh lard 414Milwaukee Law ..,0 at New York Stal- house 1-4 Kaat night 11-4 at Washington Sten- (Albany, Ga.,) Sam Ford (Fort Myers), Charles Gaus- HBP-By McDaniel (Taylor. WP-

Lemaster 124 at Los Angeles Kansas City 4-4.Segul night 1-" at Cleveland McDowell siran (Miami) and Phil Maggio (Tampa.) BuhU PB-Dalrymple. T-4U. A-IM01. in a filter JtrET000Ct001AIJE110 I
Moeller 7-11 night
Tomorrow's Games Tomorrow's Games LOS ANGELES (AP) Bo Anderson, a converted fullback, and Benson ran on Night Cam

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. 2. twl-nlght New York .t Chicago Belinsky will refuse to be op- the second unit at the conclusion of spring drills. They MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES
Milwaukee at Los Angeles N Kansas City at Cleveland N abrkbi abrfcM W1I!
Cincinnati at San Francisco Baltimore at Boston. N tioned to Hawaii of the Pacific will start the fall in this position but could quickly get Mathews 3b 4 0 0 0 Wills u 411 C !
Only games scheduled. Only games scheduled. dined 4000 Trace-ski Sb 4 0 *t
LEAGUEW FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW Coast League, his attorneysays. unseated if somebody else cones along rapidly. Aaron 2>rf 4111 W.Davis d 4510 cigarette

INTERNATIONAL L Pd. 0.'. L Pet. .... Mike Waxman, a transfer student from Syracuse is a May H 4110 T.Davis H 4000
lb 3000 Howard rf :3000Bailey
Syracuse Jacksonville 75' 50 52..591.603 1* Tampa St. Petersburg 31 29 1 20* .620 jn IV* Belinsky, suspended from his 230-pounder who could help at this position but starts as cA' 2 2 Fairly, lb 3110
Buffalo 66 55..54S 7V4 Orlando 2* 21 .510 2 somewhat of an unknown quantity and any help this year Abu rf 2000 N.0tiver 2b 4510
lefthanded for
Toronto 44 60 .524 10 Miami 25 24 4V* job as a pitcher Boiling 2b 1000 Roseboro c 2011
Rochester 44 .59 .520 10V4 FL Lauderdale 25 26 .40 4V..* the Los Angeles Angels, has 72 would come, in Graves' opinion, as a bonus. Menke ss 3130 1000 Gllliam Drysdale ph P 3000 1000
,Richmond Columbus 56 51 67 75 .455.405 25 II'\* Sarasota Lakeland 21 U 21 24 .31.447 11 iv* hours to report to Hawaii or _"If you had to pinpoint our weakest position it would be Totals M 3 'J Total 31141, You get pleasing aroma-and a great

Atlanta k I 45 II .357 31 Daytona Beach 11 30 J7J 12Yesterdays face another the guard," says Graves. "We sorely need depth and it must Milwaukee ........ _.. COO Ml 100-3 new taste! The secret It's packed with
Yesten}ys Games ResultsFort suspension, I La* Angeles ....... .._.. ooo ooo 100-1
Columbus 1.... Syracuse 0.2 Lauderdale 4. Orlando 1 club said today. come from youngsters. I would like to add, however, that America's best-tasting pipe tobacco=
E-wills. DP-Les Angeles 2. LOB-
Toronto Richmond 2-5.1-0.Atlanta Rochester 04 0-7 St.Sarasota Petersburg.. Tampa 1.2. Lakeland 7 0-1 Bill Richbourg will be as fine a guard as there is in this Milwaukee 7, Los Angeles 4.SLemaster I famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half

Jacksonville t-5, Buffalo 71Todays Daytona Beach 3-0. Miami MTodays Belinsky was originally league next fall. .. if we only had four of him." :3. and Half fllter Cigarettes!
Games Came IP H R Ell II SO
Rochester at Richmond Lakeland at SL Petersburg placed on suspension an Gator losses here are Jerome Jones, Jack Hatz, Ger- .", W, 134 4 1 1 J 1Drysdale.
Syracuse at Columbus Tampa at Sarasota altercation with sportswriter L. 1>13 7 5324 6 .
Atlanta at Toronto Fort Lauderdale at OrlandoMiami ald Odom and Jack Thompson. R. Miller ......... 2 I' 1 1 "L(6e
Jacksonville at Burial. at Daytona BeecM Braven Dyer. 7-2:35 A-JOltM. <


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Buffalo May Have .'Best Club' 0':sib; ;.').-. n

(Eighth, In A Series) on in Pete Gogolak, the Hunga the rebuilding process." Sestak at the tackles are top-

By JACK HAND rian refugee from Cornell who The Bills think they are solid flight. The ends are Roland Mc-
x" ""' "" .. ', _.
: kicks field
\ goals from a 45-de- front with
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) up Hudson back at Dole and Tom Day.Linebackers. OLD
Coach Lou Saban counts on the gree angle, soccer-style. Gogo- right tackle after missing a -
< 1 running of a healthy Cookie Gil- lak booted a 57-yard field goalin year with a knee injury. Dave HICKORY
: christ and Wray Carlton and the the Bills' first exhibition Behrman moves over to right John Tracey, Harry Jacobs
passing of Jack Kemp to keep game and things he can do bet- guard. Center Al Bemiller, left and Mike Stratton are the regu- 1 .orrr.r
'o-- his Buffalo Bills in the thick of ter. guard Billy Shaw and left tackle lar linebackers with Paul Mag-
the race in the American Foot- Nine Points Stew Barber are the others. uire, former San Diego player,
ball League's Eastern Division. "Gogolak could be worth nine Kemp, with Daryle Lamonica as reserve and also punter.
wy u aye yre F yw.o n._,L.. "This should be the best club points a game to us," said Sa- to back him up, will do the pass, In the deep defense the Bills
I've had," said Saban, who is ,ban. "Even if he only gets I ing to split end Bill Miller, have problems. George Byrd of ,
SyrJACK starting his third year as head three, it could mean a ball flanker Elbert Dubenion and Boston University and Oliver
man. "Our main problem last game." tight end Ernie Warlick. I Dobbins of Morgan State are rookies -

A year was losing key men like Saban capsulizes the league Gilchrist, reportedly sound I The fighting for a corner job.
Carlton, Gilchrist and Dick this way: again, is ready to carry the he- holdovers-corner man
Hudson for most of the season. "Houston has fortified itself avy burden at fullback, with Edgerson and safeties
Our offensive line should be bet- with some good kids. Boston has Carlton, a 6-foot-2, 220-pounder, Saimes-are Ray Abruzzese and George
ter and our running game to be the team to beat as long as at running back. Leroy Jackson, vulnerable if rookies
should be improved. We have Babe Parilli and Larry Garron ex-Washington Redskin, is be- can come through. HICKORY
added some young men who will hind Carlton. Gilchrist and Carlton must
can them. New York had
carry I
KEMP stay healthy if the Bills are to
I help us on defense. improved its offense although it Saban is high on two rookie challenge for the title and Ros-
Bill PasserOn The Bills have a secret weap-. may have some defensive -prob- defense lineman, Harrison dahl and Keating must make it
lems. (Hatch) Rosdahl of Penn State big on defense. Gogolak could 'AMERICA'S MOST MAGNIFICENT BOURBON
"In the West you have to res- and Tom Keating of Michigan.Both be the surprise of the league. I UGRT! 8QDKBOII visa.K rnoF!u jaoon wwuus co pwu.m ..
JET PITCHERS pect Kansas City. San Diego are potential defensive
will be a strong football club ends. Jim Dunaway and Tom NEXT-BOSTON
with John Hadl ready to take

over if Tobin Rote has arm .
RESCUE SUNSBY trouble. Oakland had two of the

greatest in the AFL-Art Powell
and Clem Daniels. Denver is in
TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS the seventh when Ray Oyler
The Jacksonville Suns prob- doubled and Jim Northrup sin-
ably are considering sending a gled. Then, Willie Horton SEC Basketball ANY
thank you note to three Colum- homered for Syracuse in the
bus pitchers: Don Cardwell, eighth and Jones came on. to Brochure Cited SIZE
Bill Knoch and Sam Jones pitch two hitless innings.

The second-place Suns bare- Columbus had jumped out BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -
ly escaped from Buffalo witha front on Pancho Herrera's 19th Southeastern Conference basket- Whitewalls
split in their doubleheader.But homer of the year and two ball brochure was cited for excellence
Cardwell, Knoch and singles combined with three at the recent meeting 1,
Jones edged Syracuse, the in- walks. in Chicago of the United States
ternational League leaders. Basketball Writers Association,
Jacksonville came from be- Dick Smith's home run anda the SEC office said Tuesday. or
hind to take the Buffalo's first double and two singles by Commissioner Bernie Moore f\\ lackwal's
game 9 to 7, but dropped the Cleon Jones led Buffalo over I presented the editor, W. A. Col- '
second 8 to 5. Jacksonville in the second lier, administrative assistant,
combined with three walks. ,with a certificate for his workon At
a day when each team Dick Smith's home run and the brochure.The .
played double headers Toronto a double and \ \
singles by 52-page SEC booklet car \ ----
ssJt with Atlanta, taking Cleon Jones led Buffalo over ries a statistical history of bas-
the first game 2 to 0 and drop- Jacksonville in the second ketball within the conference,
ped the second 6 to 5. Rich- game. The Suns had taken with the annual final standingsand
mond divided a twin bill with the first game in the ninth in- all star selections, plus
1 to 0 and losing the second 7 ning on Bob Stotsky's run scoring schedules and rosters for the

to O. double. coming season, biographies of iy
Cardwell hurled a fivehitterin Jim Brenneman fashioned a the coaches and a list of the
one-hitter as Richmond edged
the first game to lead the officials.
Rochester 1 to 0 in the first I \
seventh-place Jets over Syra game. The Virginians scored
cuse. With one out in the ninth, I I
Ron Brand doubled and Rex their only run on a bases load- u0 c. MAY
ed sacrifice fly by Jake Gibbs.In .
Johnson singled to drive in
the second game the Red IDliA\N the deciding run for a 1 to -
Wings countered with Tom
0 victory. Phoebus who shut Richmondout .' Business
Knoch held the Chiefs untilBig
on three hits. His team- Auto
mates racked Virginian pitch- 3
ing for 18 hits.Righthander.
O's Shot r
Frank Funk set I Lf1 111s..
Atlanta down on one hit to win 215 N.E.1t .
Decides Tilt the first game before the street
Crackers came back with I
hurler Dwight Sibler. j i i i Plus tax and 4 trade-
N.Y. (AP) i I I-- ,1111 ;
Oscar Robertson's long jump -Room--- in tires of same size
shot with less than three minutes This Is A Family Billiard
off car
to play sparked an East your
team to a 90-88 victory over a Mothers and Fathers

West squad Tuesday night in the Boys and Girlsof
sixth annual Maurice Stokes
Benefit Game played by stars of ony age

National Basketball Association Groups and Parties

Children must hove written permission from 1 Tire
The game, played at Kutsh- guardian, and it must be notarized. parent or
er's Country Club, drew a crowdof i For convenience, there is Free Notary Service i $1011'
2,200 and added $7,500 to the: AIR
fund for Stokes, a former Cincinnati REFRESHMENT

Royal star who was: CONDITIONED BAR De
stricken by a paralytic disease!'I L.uxe
at the height of his NBA career.I' OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT Champion III

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Youngster Wins18Hour I Nicklau.s ack Dn'GOLF LoliV Flies In, Spins

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BEACH, Fla. (AP- Through the night, his father MIG/P M-T PgUCAfg CONFRONT 3TTHAT you< *
Bolstered by a ham sandwich, I and friends fed him coffee. PrfCH HO-r FROM THICK of AngelsBy

weary 15-year-old Tom JoynerJr. i When morning and the hot Florida PONGJY GRA&50.Gfll .

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ray for 18 hours. soft drinks. MU?T Pg:: 1AK41OAV'! MURRAY CHASS stopped over in Detroit long I,driving in one run and scoring his sixth triumph in eight deci-

He finally got it to shore, but His father sprayed the reel SCOOPING: UNPBP IT.f Associated Press Sports Writer enough to allow three singles in two. The loss dropped the Yankees -I sions with a four-hitter over the

with the help of divers."I OR A <&HOT -TMATNOKAAAUY I four behind the Ori- Athletics. Tiant struck cut 12.
with water but it still burned V.' CAUU& POR The Baltimore Orioles are the first inning, then hold the games .
don't Tom said. "I
care, Tom's hands through his heavy AN 8 OK A9IRON11- flying again, but they haven't Angels hitless the rest of the. oles. Fred Whitfield and Tito F anco-

got him anyway. gloves. ggj R -1"0 ufl.4E for his 13th triumph against na hit solo homers in the Indians
He never let go of the line wE: ANt. 60R'1' of5WE reached Mickey Lolich's alti- way 1 Two Homers fourth while Joe Azcue

, from 6:45: p.m. Monday until Just before noon, Tom ate a "P .ji 11Ot.i AILCMC4IWJ& '1'HeUP6W1NG. tude. seven defeats. I Don Mincher belted his 17th batted in two runs with a single

1:30: p.m. Tuesday when two ham sandwich his only food .. The Orioles, recovering from Lolich also had time to watch and 18th homers, driving in four and a double.

divers ran an oar through the during the battle. He was never two straight losses to the New the major leagues' leading shutout runs, as Camilo Pascual wen his The A's unleashed a 16-hit at.

ray's gills and helped Tom haul able to bring the ray closer than York Yankees, defeated Boston ace at work. Chance, a remarkable -13th game against nine losses tack in the opener with Rocky

him to the beach with a boat.A 200 yards, and he decided to go 5-2 Tuesday night and maintained 23-year-old righthander for the Twins. Bob Allison Colavito lashing a three-run triple

huge crowd, part of the after it in a boat when it playedout their 1game lead over shot down the Tigers for his slammed his 29th homer in the in the third and Jim Gentile

thousands who came by during 300 yards of his 400-yard, 98- Chicago in the American eighth shutout of the season and seventh following Mincher's getting a two-run homer in the

the day, had gathered.Tom pound test line. League pennant race. his second straight two-hit three-run blast against the Sen- fifth. Wayne Causey contributedtwo

wouldn't leave the 600-<> Tom's battle wasn't the first Lolich took time out from a II whitewash performance.The ators' Steve Ridzik. singles and two doubles

foot-long Patrick Air Force at the pier. Last July, Mike I "\ I two-week hitch with the Air victory was Chance's Rookie Luis Tiant pitched his 'while the Athletics aided Cleve

Base pier after he hooked into'i Douglas, 15, battled a giant Jew- -="'" :: ; ,' Force for a three-hit 1-0 shutout ninth in a row and gave him a I fifth complete game, recording I land's, cause with four errors.
the ray, a round, flat-bodied fish for 33 hours before losing it. -: ==: the Los in
over Angeles Angels 14-5 record. It also moved him
creature with a tail Also last Tom landed .
whip-like July, a .. J.01
the second game of a twi-night one shutout ahead of Whitey
t capable of inflicting shark record for
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brought him fame and fortune fortune by his 30th birthday, for the perfection of democracy years younger He said he seldom goes to A spokesman said Baruch Mary Carter Paint Store
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} : ,, x.:gn S;. Even President Johnson Is Planning to Drop ByBy I

ARTHUR EDSUN ham Lincoln won by craft and the poorest family in South Bos w'
: ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP) courage against overpoweringodds. ton." _
Why this hardy seems like a John William McCormack, 72.
N t \ Democratic party meeting at Historians rate these two as has been in the House since ?N'

all. our greatest presidents.Let's Nov. 6, 1928, and has been its Mi'a dw. :
Delegates are pouring in for look briefly at those speaker since 1962. C I
their national convention start- you'll be reading about, or Sen. John Orlando Pastore o L ::_ 1 ; .. ; k2c x ,
ing Monday. Huge ConventionHall watching or listening to as they Rhode Island, keynoter: t I
is ready. Lyndon B. John- make history here next week. Volatile: Can shout over minor t

son has promised to drop by for John M. Bailey, Democratic matters, remain icy calm : _
the formalities.But national chairman: when the going is really rough t e v s I
K where is that distinguishing Looks like a 59-year-old city Son of an Italian tailor who die' A <
Democratic trademark the ward-healer. Bald, cigar on the when John was 9. Mother late :
r PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON all-out brawl? ready, twinkling eyes, hearty married his father's brother. I

Not since the heady days of laugh, who'sforplayingcardsair. Small, only 5 feet 5, he'
I One of These? Franklin D. Roosevelt has a Don't let this fool you. Behind ready to cut anyone down t- $ + r sr b.I .
convention promised such har- that bluff exterior lurks a size with one of the sharpe I

.,, mony. Harvard law graduate and a tongues in the Senate. I $ .
Look back to 1948, that in- first rate politician.Has "Rhode Island may be )d
f L .. ::. i;. : credible all-night session in spent his entire life in I small state," the small senate i
.< Philadelphia, when the South Hartford, Conn. State Democratic i once said, "but its representstives
; ? walked out and Harry S. Truman leader since 1946. Is can make plenty of noise.

hung on grimly. I tremendously proud that he has Rep. Carl Albert of Oklahoma :- :.,
<.' ,< Then 1952 and 1956, those ex- helped push back political fron- chairman of the platform GOV. CONNALLYmor

'. ,H, pSY hilarating affairs that wound up 'tiers. His boy, Abraham Ribi- committee:
I with the less-than-eager war- coff, who is Jewish, was elected Democratic leader in the [ in this rumor-saturated
rior, Adlai E. Stevenson. governor of Connecticut. His House, charged with the job of town was that Johnson might be
; And 1960, that long, costly boy, John F. Kennedy, was our writing a platform that pleases I dumped from the ticket. Now
: 'r';, march through the primariesthat first Catholic president. everybody. Has a perpetually he's so big it takes the gover- ?
'* led to John F. Kennedy's Latest rumor: This may be worried look that fits in nicely.A nors of two big states merely to tril V G,> Z
Isir relentlessly fought battle in Los Bailey's last stand, that Johnson small, 5 feet 4, he's billed as nominate him, John Connally or :: S 7 .
\ Angeles. will replace him with one wear- "the little giant from little i Texas and Edmund Brown of t r y.I
This year. Well, this year men ing a longtime LBJ brand. Dixie." Son of a farmer-coal California. I
?VS t. of stature in the party who in Maybe, maybe not. Johnson miner, a fine orator, an excel- I John Bowden Connally Jr. ,
1960 were giving reasons why needs to run big in the big cit. lent scholar. Conceded to be the ,47-year-old corporation lawyer _
., ': Lyndon B. Johnson couldn't be ies, and in John Moran Bailey hottest ball of fire ever to come handsome, longtime friend o i
I II 1rFof nominated, and shouldn't be he has a man who speaks city out of Bug Tussle, Okla. the President. How many other r
x elected if he could, are tellingyou language.John Rep. Hale Boggs of Louisiana, ensigns ever grew up to be Sec SEN. PASTOREwas I
that Johnson can't miss and McCormack, speaker of parliamentarian: retary of the Navy?
he has that spark of greatness.So the House of Representatives, A 200-pound 6-footer who at 50 Helped Johnson get elected to three months before he .ices to the public, for the California -
here we are. Johnson a chairman of the convention: still has a boyish smile. He's the the Senate. Helped him gain could sign his name with his Assembly in 1928, he ran
shoo-in for the nomination. His Splendid example of the great House whip, rounding up mem- control of the Democratic partyin right hand.Edmund. as a Republican.Fate .
vice presidential choice, whoever -American dream that any poor bers who might otherwise play Texas. Gerald (Pat) Brown has been kind to Lyndon
r h he may be, certain to be a boy can rise to the top. One of hookey.No To Connally, just being here 59 years old, 5 foot 10, inclined Johnson.
shoo-in too. 12 children, 9 of whom died in Washington couple is more will be a cause for gratitude. On to be roly poly. His father He'll be here Thursday to accept -
x Only the innate querulousnessof infancy or in their youth. When popular than Corinne and Hale Nov. 22 he was riding in the operated a cigar store, photo ar the nomination. What a
Democrats is a reminder that John was 13, his father died and Boggs. Daughter got married same car with President JohnF. cade, nickelodeon and shooting way for a politician to celebratehis
they may squabble over any. the boy went to work as a newsboy recently. More than 1,000 Kennedy. Hearing the shots galleries. 56th birthday
which to seat errand law friends showed for the he turned to if this background has Curiously the big questionwho -
.. .... .. thing, delegation an runner, a up recep-- see Kennedy was Maybe
IJ' -- --- --- -- what platform plank to accept. clerk. hit. That turn, he thinks now, helped him to be handy with the will get the vice presidential
However it is made, history is His late brother, Edward Mc- awful glad I was invit- saved him from certain death, 'quip: "The facts in this case are nomination? won't be decided -
history. George Washington, Cormack, once said: ed," said Lyndon Johnson. for the shot that hit his arm so simple as to defy explanation here. Johnson will make his
without lifting a finger, was "We're not proud of it, but we Until those fateful shots in would have shattered his spine. II by the political experts. I choice in Washington and send
handed the presidency. Abra- don't shun the fact that we were Dallas last November, the ru- He was so badly wounded it When he first offered his serve his decision to party leaders. rl

S iLr4 FjF; Largest Indoor Arena in the World I IBy

TOM SEPPY President Charles F. Curtis
: <;::)
Y Ssd Associated Press Writer :. } ;. IOCRATS. ?. O made the dedicatory address.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) ;- :,;: DE HEN"f f"tI .fJVJff? The opening convention was \Ov.A k(:$ S 0'..
f President Johnson will become 0..-.. ,1J fVu'rf that of the National Electric
: ; )
; ;r the Democratic Party's Light Association. The utility
standard bearer in Conven- ? \,'. ) _1y people were celebrating, accord- :- .. _,, .

tion Hall, the largest indoor r ing to their publicity, "Light's q
arena in the world, best knownas Golden Jubilee." _

the site of the annual Miss What the publicity men meant ,,y,, nb y4 q i,a _,,i ,
America Pageant. i was that 50 years before, in iA..fN''KQ Y..M ws. a r. rw !1 r rj '' d
Johnson will accept the Dem- 1879, Thomas A. Edison had in- wl x YI4i

Ca ocratic nomination for presidentnear vented the incandescent electric
: : the spot reserved each lamp. They really didn't mean : ; ;? e _-
year for the crowning of Miss Edison had invented light, they 4
America. pointed out.
a 'a s>y Only a short distance to his bicycle races, polo and base- The delegates packed up their
right will be an area where in ball.The light bulbs dynamos and hold-
1939, John L. Lewis of the block long, 13 story- ing company stock brochuresand _
United Mine Workers got into a high hall has also been the site went home, leaving the auditorium -
i fist fight and stomped out of an for ballroom dances, "walka- for use of the American j.
American Federation of Labor thons," operettas, shows from Hospital Association.
I BMiHCTffll BIIWKMi:.T jifBRBt HH3t5RSJftS.a convention to found what be Broadway, a pony express race, Nobody noticed anything fun- '
SEN. EUGENE J. MCCARTHY, Minn. rf i t'm
r. d n4r
came the CIO. motion pictures, school chil- ny in the fact that the departure -
Straight ahead, beyond the dren's field days, daredevil auto of the hospital people, ; ; t'ij: A *
I r rI speaker's stand, was the finish driving exhibitions and in- the next convention to move into -
line of the Greyhound racing door "world's fair," and almost the hall was the National
gaI track which did big business in every year, an ice show.It Funeral Directors Association.The .
I 1934 until state authorities got has also doubled as a "ca- hall has been a back-
I around to declaring dog racing thedral" on several occasions.In ground for the dignified deliberations -
; i L u"L illegal in New Jersey. 1940, during the Methodist of the triennial conven-
This resort's huge hall has Jurisdictional Conference, the tion of the Protestant Episcopal
h housed thousands of events since largest seated audience ever to Church and, without straining a On the Boardwalk at Atlantic CityAtlantic
L La 1 LS its opening on May 31, 1929, but gather in the auditoriummore girder, has worked out well for
the Democratic National Con than 30,000 attended a relig- the less restrained doings of
a v; 0 City N. J., Is famous for its beach, its steel pier, its Boardwalk,
vention will be the first major ious service. In 1958 and 1960, such organizations as the Be- ,
; ? tiJAa the rolling chairs on the Boardwalk and all the hotels anr businesses frontingon
% I political conclave to be held stand-up Catholic Masses were i nevolent and Protective Orderof the Boardwalk.main .
there. sung in the hall, the former to Elks.
For it, the Democratic National mark Our Lady of Lourdes pageant It served as an Air Corps auditorium; the roof being convention won't have to worry 'seven manuals in the main console
a Convention committee intendsto and the latter, attendedby training center during World supported by the largest trussesin about the resort's August beat and five in a movable con-
set up 20,000 folding chairson some 50,000 worshippers,I' War II. the world. In fact, they are when they're inside the building.The 'sole. Its largest pipe is 64 feet
the main floor. during the Marian Year cele-, Conventions come and go so so large that a sliding joint is main hall, 34 meeting rooms long and the smallest only 3-16
II Staged in the municipally bration. I frequently and so swiftly in At- .built around the roof to allow a and ballroom are air condi- of an inch.
I owned and operated hall duringthe The $15 million hall, coveringseven lantic City that no tally is avail-I three inch space for expansionand tioned. The ballroom on the hall's
t past 35 years have been football acres of ground and able of the number staged in the contraction with changes in Music for the delegates' en- second floor has a seating capacity
games, track meets, prizefights capable of seating 35,000 in the I hall between 1929 and the present .temperatures. tertainment will be played on of 5,000. During the convention
; jousting matches, ice main auditorium alone, was opened I Speaking of temperatures, the world's largest pipe organ.It it will be used for caucuses ,
[ GOV. EDMOND: BROWN MAYOR ROBT. WAGNER hockey, horse shows, horse and I with great fanfare. Vice: There are no columns in the 'delegates to the Democratic contains 32,913 pipes, with and as a VIP lounge.

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How Much I


Does Cuba *""""""""'"'""" ,. ,
Winn-Dixie is Headquarters for School Supplies .Ifi.... SAVE
Cost U. S.?

MIAMI (AP) Fidel Castro :
costs the United States a billion .

dollars a year, says a former '
k Cuban prime minister. :

1 "This figure, an approximate

yearly average since Castro's
takeover in 1959, is three times

the million dollars a day the

Russians are reported to be

spending on the Communist Cu-

ban regime," added Jorge Gar-

cia Montes.

Garcia Montes, prime minis-

/ ter from 1955 to 1957, calculated Saves WINN-DIXIE
Castro's economic burden to the NOBODY You More Than

United States on this basis:

t t "Properties valued at $800 .

American citizens in Cuba. Additionally .<. Cocktail 3 79 I WINN-DIXIE: STORE INC- COPYRIGHT tail

: U.S. government Glasses

property valued at $25 million" W-D Brand Naturally Tender REG. 69* COPELAND COUNTRY LINK GRADE "A"
was confiscated by Castro.
Garcia Montes, talking to Sausage 9 Lb. 59'REG. QUICK FROZEN

newsmen, continued: "For the 49f FISH FILLETS .%*.,. FULLY
10 years prior to 1959, the Unit

ed States had a $125 million average BEEF SALETBONE Grouper .. .u.39'FRESH

yearly trade balance with BOSTON BUTTS 0' CUT-UP
Cuba. That is lost.

I "American citizens paid $600 Pork Roast lb. 39'

a million more in two years for tit
sugar when prices increaseddue SUNYLAND FRESH PORKSausage ftrfi

to Cuban failures. The fi in
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has down." Lb. r
price now gone

The former Cuban official 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND BRICK x -'

r went on: "Add the cost of the lb. 98, Sausage 59! '

U.S. military mobilization in Lb. aM ,

October, 1962. This ran into hun- 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK-QUIK PEPPER 7

dreds of millions of dollars, how BONELESS ROUND ;
many I don't know. Steaks 1O89'

"Add the cost of the Bay of
Pigs invasion. The figure gen- Steak 88BONELESS
erally mentioned is $40 million. lb. Wieners K' 49

And the $53 million ransom
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bring back the Bay of Pigs ROUND 1 ,
prisoners. 1 ,

"Add $75 million yearly it 1 100 .EXTRA STAMPS ,

costs American taxpayers to Roast SB" 1 1 ,I
Cuban 1 ,
help refugees. : WITH COUPON NO. 19 BELOW AND
"Add $200 million in merchan- 1 39x
Hormel Boneless '
dise sold by Americans to Cuba 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON No. 18 BELOW GROUND I .

during the first year of Castro's (
regime and still unpaid." 1 SAVE 100 : J

The Division of Plant Industry. State Beef 5 195FOLGER'S
Department of..Agriculture. Room 5M K A POUND -
Seagle Building Gainesville. Florida will -Vs'
receive sealed bids for 4.000 gallons i 3 La. CAN $259
Dowfume W-15 Sollfume IS. or equiv- ,
lent, packed in 30 gallon drums only.' .

August not later 36. than 1964. Material 11:00 A.M.to,be Wednesday.dellvere" 1....................----.-.-.-.-,1 LB.
and unloaded at our Winter Haven of
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CHANCERY 1 s 1 1
Plaintiff 1 GIANTTIDE
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Defendant. 1 'dI 1 I
: Robert Michael Stanford
Whose Residence and Post 1 [ Miracle 1
Office Address is Unknown 1 D
You are hereby notified that Marie 1i 1 EEP ,,;/ i
Stanford has filed her sworn ComplaintIn 1 SOUTH. 1 t 1
the Circuit Court of Alachua Coun- 1 MAYONNAISE 1 Baled Dressing
ty, Florida, against you seeking a Final 1 1
Deere of Divorce. 1 1 ..,eAal r 1
You are further notified that the return 1 1 1
day of this Notice to Defend Is 1 1
Sept. 22. 1964, and you shall on said 1 1 i s 1
dill serve a copy of your defense if FOLGER'S I ASTOR 1 1
any upon Lowry and Andrews. Attorneys 1 I 1

P. O.for Box the 390.Plaintiff Gainesville.whose Florida address and is COFFEESave 1 1 COFFEE 1 1I Mayonnaise I Miracle Whip 1 1 1 9
Immediately thereafter file the original of 1I 1 1 4w
same In the office of the Clerk of the .
Circuit otherwise Court a Decree of the above Pro Confesso styled Court will: 24* 1-Lb. Can : Save 28* 1-Lb. Can 1 Save 10* Quart ; Save 20 Quart 1 1 I

be entered againstIOU 1 1 1
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit 1 1
Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of 1 1 1
Florida as well as the Clerk of the 5.9 49' 1 39 1 39
Circuit A.D. 1964.Court on this 17th day of August 1 1 ? 1 1 1

BY: (J) Emily Waterhouse, D.C. 1 1
(3S61)(Court 1:19 Seal, 26) ; ':2, Mountain Grown New Easy Open Can '1.ss..r Compare Quality and Price \ Famous Quality Low W-D Price '1 Detergent . GIANT 39 -

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JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY. .'d"1I!! eA r x SR "'i .u'!> < .fI.Jt.";>>: -- 5 '' Y W' MY Y.l !'r ryF.r"Z'a: ;: ;;;;;:;; : : :e6 ?'y ..
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re: Estate of -- -
All Creditors and Persons Having
Claims or Demands Against: Said Estate;: Charcoal I 20-Lb. 79 FRESH!
You and each of you are hereby notified Bag
and required to present any claims EA ASTOR FRUIT Meat Dinners 2FOR791'
and demands which you. or either of SAVE 5-2/3
you. may have against the estate of No 2Y2: $1 SAVE 20* FONDA WHITE PAPER PRODUCEFRESH
LAURA ANN SNOWDEN HAWKINS deceased Cocktail I 3 Cans 100-Ct.
late of said County, to the Coun- Plates 69'SAVE
ty Judge of Alachua County. Florida Pk 9. .AMBRECHT FROZEN SAVE 10*
at his office In the court house of said SAVE 6< EA. THRIFTY MAID
County al Gainesville. Florida within six -- $ 5-2/3* EA. DIXIE JUMBO WASHINGTON STATE PRUNE
calendar first publication months of from this the notice.time Each of Tomatoes BCansSAVE 1. 12Ct. !
Pies 3 $1 Plums 2 lbs.39tU. 691.
claim and shall or demand state the shall place be of In residenceand writing, Pkgs. Cheese Cake EACH

post office address of the claimant 2-5/6 EA. LYKE'S VIENNA
and shall be sworn to by the claimant REG. 21* EA. DIXIE DARLING RYE S. NO. 1 RED BLISS
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I The Lag in Job Training FLUNKED


I By WINFRED L. GODWIN side the traditional educational BENTON, Ky. (AP) -When I

n Director, Southern ladder. ,work started on Kentucky Dam
& Regional Education Board Junior Colleges "Unless the educational com- the Tennessee Valley Authority
:devised a series of questions to
munity and particularly higher -
Something's wrong with AmerIcan the best workmen
pick for the
education all the way tof' As Answer to Problemsuperintendent education accepts greater project. J

the college and university level responsiblity for vocational : SALE! (
f' if one million young people are and technical education, society One applicant was thrown for I
out of school and out will see that another agency a loss by the very first question:
I currently of schools in damage to the eeonomy and social I '
does the job," he warns. "W hat does hydrodynamics I
: work. .
Wood County, West Virginia, structure." He notes that mean?" 11
j\ Inadequate occupational education and a former college educator, higher learning institutions con- Another new report, "Technical \I

; \ is basic to the probi the report calls for more and centrate on the 20 per cent of Education in the Junior College The man thought for awhile 11
New Programs for New then worte this answer: 1t 20%
i i gem, according to "Man, Educa- better education on the semiprofessional students who go through collegebut OFF ON ALL
lion and Work," and important Jobs, identifies this same prob- means I don't get no job. : C
technical and ignore the vast 80
1 from lem as an educational "disaster j
end impressive new report
: skilled levels. And the proper "
of the nation's
cent youth
per gap. FISCHER
-the American Council on
i place for this special education,
.t cation.. he suggests, is within the jun- who drop out of high school or "The disaster gap lies be- struction estimator, marketing I HOBART M. CABLE Used Clarinets

t This is the latest in a battery ior-community college frame- college or never go beyond high tween those men and women,!specialist, technical secretary,' KOHLER &

:Df criticisms of job training 1 work. school. with advanced education in occupational -illustrator, structural draftsman.I III CAMPBELLIVERS oo

t to youth beyond fields and those withno Other possibilities are: & POND I
Available today's : massive "Turned out of an educational den-I
the high school. Without a response formal education beyond the II tal assistant, flight | P up
from American education, Dr. system oriented toward some. I I ,
school to Dr.
'' I high according radiation technician, cartographer PIANOSPIANO
: Written by Dr. Grant Venn, Venn predicts reparable one else's college degree rather -Norman Harris who authoredthe color television monitor, \
than their own work needs, for the American As-
report practical nurse and food serv-
: and entering a labor market sociation of Junior Colleges.The ice manager.Dr. .
Flo1' da's Junior Colleges whose jobs require constantly SPECIALS
higher levels of education and growing juniorcommunity Harris foresees that by I

,I ; TALLAHASSEE (APState During the 1963-64 academic skill development, their pros- college movement is the most 1970 some 30 per cent of the I Factory Rebuilds $285
; bleak," the logical means of closing this labor force will be in 1
School Supt. Thomas Bailey reports -I year, he said, the state's junior pects are study occupied .
f' the total enrollments in colleges graduated 3,699, an in- points out. educational gap and providingthe these new jobs. I Used Spinet w/bench $495
higher occupational training
,t : all categories in the 28 public,crease of 47 per cent over the I For too long, says Dr. Venn, for of the new Both reports stress that this! I

I ,. [ junior colleges in 1963-64 was 2,511. graduated in the previousyear. vocational and technical education jobs necessary, this report any also suggests.It new kind of technical education! Used Uprights $95
: 77,808. has been isolated from the curricula can best be offered I
the College credit enrollment totaled !mainstream of American edu-! pinpoints some of the em- within the formal educational
= "Bailey said figure represented
an increase of 37 per 51,281, he said, which rep- cation. It has been regarded as erging jobs that junior colleges system, with two year institu-: Used Baby Grand S795

: cent over the 56,607 students enrolled resented an increase of 35 per a "second 'class kind of educa should prepare young people for tions already geared for these I excellent condition !y
in 1962-63. I cent over 1962-63. tion," a "dead,, end" and out such as data processor, con- complete but short term pro-


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two institu-
Is Your Child Hooked? tions should aim their programs -CONN ORGANS_ ::-
,the Harris report urg- SPECIAL age 1Z"" : .'

es, on "the middle 50 per cent 2001.._ 0 f'f--: :
of high school graduates .that Register while at Gridley ,. .
I Schools Parents Must Coordinate -Smoke Signals outnumber academically supe- ..
Music Co. for a free trip to '
rior students by two to one.
the Jacksonville Beetle Personal Beatle. eclaGUITARS _
WASHINGTON, D. C. (Special) An alarming smoke signal veloping sound policies on the smoking question, says the "Their educational needs are :
which is based of the American important," he reminds, "and Appearance. Steak Dinner, *
I .. is rising from America's schoolage youngsters. NEA pamphlet on a study 29,95
r Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. the; educational programs for Tronsportation, Admission, all .
According to the National Education Association, more teenagers ,Some of the problems to be explored include: I these youth are respectable." included. Adjustable Neck

ae smoking cigarettes than ever before and they're -Should student facilities at school be abolished?
smoking "Their need is also the na- Beatle Harmonica
starting at an earlier age than they did a generation ago.
It is estimated that from 10 to 15 per cent of. all 13-year- -What kind of instructional program should the school tion's: need. Junior colleges are ,
J olds smoke; and for each successive age level, there is a conduct concerning smokingAt ? uniquely fitted to serve both." KIT 2.95 I:

1 percentage increase up to age 18 where 50 per cent smoke what age level should smoking education begin? One of the most encouraging

: regularly. -What is the school's responsibility for students who smoke aspects of education in the t

\ -- In fact, says a new NEA pamphlet on smoking, called while traveling to and from school? South today is that new junior- Gridley Music ( 1004 N. Main St.

: "Cigarettes and the Schools," it is evident that the smoking -Should school smoking policies be extended to all school community colleges are being o. 372-5353

i :. habits begins all to often during the elementary years. activities and to all citizens attending them? developed in most of our states.
Whether these new institutions i
: At the start of a new school term what can schools and But parents can get in their best persuading right around give adequate attention to occupational -
: parents do to help 'youngsters kick the habit or better home, according to a new booklet of the Children's Bureau education, as well as
: called "Your Teenage Children and Smoking."
still, never get hooked? senior college preparatory work,
The ideas in this come from young people themselves. Some remains to be seen. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING L..IERGAINESVILLE'S ,
:. SOME SCHOOLS CRACK DOWN HARD on student smok- 125 teengers who were involved in a conference on the -- --- --- -------- ---- -
; ing. A recent report by the American Association of School subject say to parents everywhere:
Administrators and the Research Division of the National FIN EST CAFETERIA
1 Education Association shows that of 260 school systems If you want your child never to smoke or to give up
and cigarettes once he has started, don't smoke yourself.
with student populations ranging from 12,000-100,000 up,

199 completely prohibit smoking on the school grounds. If you smoke and cannot break the habit, point out

t At the other end of the spectrum, some schools providea your weakness. Say it is so hard to give up cigarettes that BackToShoppers School

student smoking facility but at the same time re- this is one good reason for never getting started.
quire all its students to take courses on the harmful effects Thursday
of If you make a bargain with your child about his not All Day
I" smoking. smoking or your not smoking, never break your end of
For one thing, they underline the bad effects on smokingof it. JUMBOICED (
the would-be school athlete, quoting the American Medical 4
Association which states that "acute impairment of pulmonary If your child raises the argument, "If I don't smoke TEA Specials
I'm chicken with the ," point out that have triedto
function in young smokers as compared to non-smokers gang you (Seconds Free)
has been demonstrated." bring him up to follow. his own beliefs, to be independent,
not to go with the herd even though that course requiresfirm
For another, nonsmoking youngsters seem to achieve bet-
will Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-Aug. 22-23-24
ter grades in school, and to take part in more activities power.If I

such as music, athletics, drama, special clubs, student gov your youngster seems to ignore or be unmoved by your
ernment. advice, don't be surprised. A teenager may respect his parents Thursday
but prefer to take advice from someone else his .
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begin at integrating them," He's got nothin :Slaw 67 FRIED FILLET 39
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firm with its two manikin on SpecialWEDNESDAY Portion
factories as well as L. A. Dar '1 I Large

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most elegant mink and
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Aug. 27 as nursery school tots in )/\ bo likes HOT CHERRY i JC Cold Fresh _

a six-window back-to-school display < I PIE 14 Sliced Watermelon : .- __: 14
along chic Fifth Avenue. .
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figures in windows showing i
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I wear. OF COURSE, GIRLS TOO! 11:30 am-2:05 pm

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manikins, said window -
manager DINNER
5.98 to 11.98 I '
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r among display department, personnel 4:30 p.m.-8:05 _pm-

I- without pressure, influence LOOK TO B.L SHOE DEPT. FOR THE FINEST in fashion fit & selection FREE Private BonquetFacilities CAFETERIA
or suggestion from racial -
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t..t l C Bellhop sleeveless jacket 7.99
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Acts On f

< To Develop Skills and Education GENESYSTALLAHASSEE I I Iit

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NtlUlark mimts "We're ready to do," Patrick allowances, the amount not yet will be residential, but they will .CAP( ) The AL
By MARJORIE HUNTER Healy, one of the planners, set, and travel expenses. In ad- focus more on training young Florida Cabinet took two long
says. dition, upon leaving the corps, people in various skills for steps Tuesday in developing the Men & Boys
WASHINGTON JohnnyX. a recruit will receive termina- available jobs. This will mean proposed graduate engineering
grew up in Harlem. .or Healy, a special assistant to tion pay of $50 for each monthof constantly changing curricu- study program in east central) ::1
Harlan, Ky., or maybe South Secretary of Labor 'W. Willard satisfactory service. I lums, based on the then cur II Florida. I UNDERWEARSALE .
I Wirtz, was loaned to the plan- r:
Bend, Ind. makes difference
no ning task force and is expectedto The camps will be on federal rent demands for workers. First, it awarded a $723,000
is where he comes from. He I become a top official in the property, such as national forests The centers, like the camps, contract for the construction of
jobless I
national The ad- the main broadcasting center at
'Office of Economic Opportunity will offer remedial educationand
child of poverty who could someday which will .direct the anti- ministration plans to have about counseling services.A Cape Kennedy and of class-!
a parent pover- poverty program. 20 of these camps in operationby rooms at Daytona Beach and
ity. November and an additional work-study program, sepa- Orlando.
Within the next few months, The Job Corps, geared to 130 by next June 30. rate from the Job Corps, to be Second, it approved deeds for
Johnny X. may be one of a underprivileged young people, administered by the Office of 20-acre sites for the satellite
thousand or so boys and girls'have two components. There "Our emphasis will be on relating -Education, will help finance
enrolled in the Job Corps, a key I will be camps at which young work and education," part-time jobs, on and off campus ]centers Orlando.at The Daytona Daytona Beach Beach and our exclusive Arckdae ; $LI
part of the $947.5 million anti-;men, aged 16 to 22, will workon Healy said. for needy college students..
tract given by the city is located COLD LABEL
poverty program just enacted conservation projects and receive For example, if a recruit Federal funds, totaling $71.7 adjacent to Mainland High
into law. 1 remedial education. And million, will be allocated to universities
shows interest in
an operating a
'School and near the junior college -
The administration plans to there will be residential train bulldozer, efforts will be madeto and colleges wishing to the Orlando site is south- DOUBLE PANEL KNIT BRIEFS
activate the Job Corps im: ing centers at which young men key his initial classroom in- participate in the program. Students ;
west of the downtown area.
mediately, as soon as Congress and women, aged 16 to 22, will struction in this field alone, of from low-income families
appropriates the money to back receive job training and reme- dozers.A then would apply for part-time The teaching program aimedat
up the new law. dial education. jobs set up by the institutions. providing advanced engineering -
I interested in bulldo- for technicians SHIRTS
Plans call for training about study
Stung by Republican claims :
It has been estimated that.
will not be limited to in- to east central Floridaby
that the whole antipoverty 40,000 young people in these:zers brought
program and centers during the. struction in this field alone, of about 140,000 such part time space explorations at the
is a "cruel hoax" on the camps
nation's poor, President Johnson first year at a cost of $190 mil course. Once he acquires the jobs will be available duringthe I Cape, is to get started this fall REGULARLY 3 FOR 2.95 r
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has demanded that there'lion. Eventually, if Congress necessary reading skill, his year opening on a limited basis. T
be some visible results before'agrees to extend the oneyear i classwork will be broadened to fall.A Eventually, engineering Instruction PACKAGE
the November election. program, facilities would be setup 'include arithmetic and basic work-training program, to originating from the 3 -: 2.69
for an estimated 100,000 recruits -I' sciences. be administered by the Depart University of Florida will be OF
annually. Johnny X. and Each 100-youth camp will ment of Labor, is designed to piped to the main television sta- .
1,159 NeededTo the many thousands of other have at least 21 staff members, finance full time or part- tion at Cape Kennedy and from He'll
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Nominate have to join the Job Corps. En- will be teachers, counselors, aged 16 to 22, living at home. centers at 0 rla ndo, Daytona shrink resistant and heat resistant points elastic strain in waist-
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. AP-) However, because these are including cooks. time jobs for potential school bourne.
A total of 5,260 delegates and young people who have had lit I While the youth camps will dropouts. The Biltmore Construction Co.
alternates will attend the Democratic tle motivation, efforts will be be wholly rural, the training was given the contract for build.
National Convention here. made to find recruits and steer centers will be largely urban. Young people will work in ing the broadcasting center and BOYS Famous Label
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There will be 2,944 delegates them Into the Job Corps. They will be set up in or near hospitals the classrooms.The -
plus 108 national committee I This will be done by the 1,900 cities or communities that have schools, libraries, parks, playgrounds -,
members who have U.S. Service offices numbers of and other public or non-
voting power Employment large unemployedyoung
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Some of the delegates have and various public and private I hopes to open several train- has been estimated that of Engineering has con-
less than one vote since there I agencies. The employment of-, ing centers by December and to 200,000 young people will be put ferred 5,319 bachelors degrees, b
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as the. National-Education Association Mrs. Jennelle Moorhead of organizations which can help: ML-GROOMED
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others;. and Teachers, says of these attacks tions, superintendents of pub-
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Curriculums Being Given Shot in the ArmBy

WILLIAM K. STUCKEY low text books, faulty or color- ter for Teacher Training at Tulane quiry, and on "discovery" as a er he leaves school.! in American public education- ments are most advanced In the!field in which curriculum reform
Tulane University less interpretations of original University, following her method of instruction. This allows The child is encouraged to nation wide movements to fields of mathematics and the was introduced on a na-
Educational Reports scientific and artistic works return from the recent Presi- the child to learn at hij carry his search for answers as change, modernize, and intensify -natural sciences, and are back- tional basis old classification
Almost from birth, the child poorly prepared or motivated dent's Leadership Program of own rate. The techniques of far as he likes, Dr. McConnellsaid the school curriculum. ed both by the National Science are being scrapped and elementary -
experiences a tremendous driveto teachers, sterile instructional the Association for Supervisionand learning the importance of even if he chooses to go Foundation and various profes- school children are study.
learn. He uses all his senses methods and academic programs Curriculum Developmenta finding answers through one's beyond the level of his class- THERE HAVE been curri- sional scholarly societies. Simi- ing such topics as symbolism,
in the learning process, and receives which place emphasis on ( division of the National Edu- own intellectual efforts are mates- or his teacher.In culum reform drives in American lar revision studies recentlywere relation, field and proof,
great pleasure from it. social or emotional adjustmentat cation Association). stressed. some respects, this approach schools in the past, but started in the social sciences -Receiving heavy emphases are
Ironically, however, until recent the expense of the student's She recently became presi- The "knowledge explosion"has bears a resemblance to none quite like the current ones. and are backed both by mathematical developments of
years, many children lost intellect. dent of the Louisiana unit of made it impossible for a philosopher John Dewey's con- The difference is that the na the National Science Foundation the past 40 years "the new
this thirst for learning in Today, there are hopeful! the ASCD. student to grasp much of a sub- troversial doctrine of "progressive -tion's outstanding scientists, I and various professional scholarly math."
school. j signs that these barriers to I There are two major develop- ject while in school Dr. Mc- education." Dewey believed -mathematicians and other scholars -I societies. Similar revision I Even with the growing stresson
An artificial atmosphere in I learning are being swept away.I ments in curriculum planning Connell said. Consequently, it the focal point of all educa- are now working with I studies recently were started in the child as an individual
the public school classroom of- Favorable trends in school. today she said. is as necessary to teach the tion should be the child (at the the professional educators in updating I the social sciences and in Eng- I learner and on improvedcourses
ten dulled their curiosity. Their curriculum planning were described child how to learn as well as expense of subject matter or social and improving the instructional lish, and later may be undertaken planners are not slight-
natural relish for acquiring by Dr; Gaither McCon- THE FIRST is an emphasison what to learn, so that he may understanding). The child material. The professionals I in the arts. ing a third vital element of the
knowlege was lessened by shale nell acting director of the Cen- education as a process of in- continue his. study efficiently aft-I should, in his often quoted are also helping to rewrite -I Bringing the subject matter curriculum, Dr. McConnell said.
words, "learn by doing." the text books, stressingthe specialists in curriculum plann- The student must also under!
In the new curriculum philo- general concepts which define -ing is resulting in academe programs stand his society and the rapid
I Summer School's PlaceWASHINGTON sophy, the individual learner is particular academic disci- of much greater depth changes taking place within it.
a Popular definitely a focal point, but plines, and designing classroom and breadth than those which In the education field there is
there is also emphasis on sub- exercises and experim e n t s the disciples of Dewey devised, a somewhat cynical say.
ject matter as well as method. which place a premium on in I Dr. McConnell said. ing: "It's easier to move a
D. C. (Spe- 210 days with the idea of compressing take courses they could not :Program" for talented high 1 dividual student research.
I !And therein lies the story of the For example: cemetery than it is to change a
like of into their edu- school and seniors in
cial) Schooling, oysters, 13 regular years squeeze regular juniors second important development These curricula reform move- IN MATHEMATICS, the first curriculum."
is no longer limited to the R- school into 12 or 11. Educators cational program from September -Georgia and North Carolina
months.In hope that through this plan educational June. It has become says -The student exchange pro-
fact, to the parents of hun- costs will be cut, NEA, the most practical and gram with Mexico sponsored by
school facilities will be used of the
dreds of thousands of advantageous allyear
young- Topeka, Kan., schools ,
sters who polished off courses more efficiently, and dropoutswill school plans. I
this summer and are now head- reach higher educational Among the many imaginativeand -The Creative Learning Canter
ing back to school for the reg- levels before leaving school. unusual summer school programs for pupils in fifth grade and
ular term, it seems as if school But it is the summer school in recent years that have up in Akron, Ohio
has suddenly become a year- that has been the real "sleeper" kept children in school, kept -The science technical writ-
round proposition.The proposition in all this especially teachers teaching, and kept ing program in a California
unexpected popularity of the kind of summer- school facilities in use were high school with students work-

summer school has gladdenedthe school program that offers opportunities -theseThe ing individually with scientistsof .
hearts of those who have for you ngsters to "Governor's Honors I the community.

been advocating an extensionof tmf9&A't&ie
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. labor force who will be heading back to school soon got an part of the country if you 1iBSTor: :. .
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t ucation Association's Automation Project. It was signed by high school education .. 5 CN T
the Project Director Virgil M. Rogers, and read as follows: your nearby public adult 4
{ Dear Joe: I wish I could tell you how to find a job in a school may have the answers.
couple of years. I can't, but I can tell how you can help The shifting patterns of to-
yourself, even though I can't guarantee results. Let me give day's work world resulting
{ you some facts: from automation and the dimin- 5UPPLIfJ'
4 1. There are proportionately few jobs left for unskilled workers ishing number of low skilled (
.I for kids with too little education. Therefore, you have to jobs have brought- more
stay in school instead of becoming a dropout. More than that, and more adults to the schoolsfor
I you have to try to get something out of the courses. Let me advice on what jobs to
4 illustrate: train for, and what education
I -Elevators are being run by push buttons, so there is no they will need. Here is some in
!,\ great need for elevator operators who didn't need much ed formation you would receive, if
ucation. you sought advice on a particular -
' d -Ditches are being dug by machines rather than by men with occupation, says the National -
I shovels. To put it bluntly, everybody tries to use machines to: Association for Public School COVERED : x *f WS8 CIf*i r
\ /1 deliver telegrams, wash dishes, peel potatoes, and mix dough.I Adult Education, a departmentof V,, YL : '" ;
Most of the simple jobs are disappearing. the National Educational As .k
sociation. The counselor would LUNCH ffissffi
2. There are shortages of skilled workers, and there will tell you:
be new jobs for those who can install and maintain the new -The level of general educa- Sgpw.
,: machines. That means you must have a general educaton plus tion you would need. KIT A ''
d specialized skills. More than that, those skills will keep chang- -The length of time requiredfor WW-- Powered f UTvaEw ((5)i iv TT
ing, and you'll have to get more education through your whole specialized training; where WITH0.0 ** / d
1 lifetime. you could get it, and what it COMPLETE fctSffl& car? 9 -
For better or worse, you have to face this: After you graduate would cost. THERMOSB MJRI NTAir! e F,
t from high school you will have a chance, but you still won't -Level of intelligence of \ %. a a mr,- ,
average *" ror '
'Ii have education. You'll have to back to school and Control ola jdM
enough go person in that line of U Earphone eoR
'} learn more in order to keep up with ,new machines, new ha ms& Tope and rRECI a B lByysEH
techniques, and new ideas. Why? Here are some simple ex- work.Special talents and aptitudes I cc+ece jy. ,

amples Automobile: mechanics some 25 years ago never heard,of. automatic -required.-Activities most characteristic $1.69 !2 Htt55Psr.
transmissions, didn't know about power brakes and of the job.Average 239 \\11 999 Rugged ollm eta! y In 9 case,
windows and would have if had told them on SPE construction
;r power about tubeless tires., laughed you you- could expect.annual earnings a VALUE! 1-4-';;::K C1Al 4488

Today you know that it is no laughing matter that we will -How secure the occupationis.
probably have turbine engines and that we may even have .
automobile-like vehicles which will move on,jets of air instead I .. ,
-What the opportunities are -- --
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ANOTHER EXAMPLE: radio repairmen used to fix radios. your area. 12 quart $1\ .r
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Then came television, and they had to learn a 99* \
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(or be satisfied with a small business and no opportunities for _
promotion and security). On top of that we now have color that are making energetic efforts T' 18"TexonCLUB I 1.60
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even the old fashioned radio is changing from tubes to tran girls into some kind of educational BAG FILLER
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N. Y., dropouts are required r zipper, lock $ MASSENGILL 76cl
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Probably the most useful single source' of printed information naire, which is sent immediately DISCOUNT PRICE _
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t BUSINESS MARKET- Politics' rf


i r REVIEW 1 1e Effects

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, I 40,400 Pan Am 30% off % LimitedBy

I 40,200 Ford Mot 52% up %

I 38,700 Gen Motors 94% up %
Request 37,100 First Charter 30 up %
I 35,700 Pure Oil 60 % Analyst
( ) Businessstill
35,300 East Air L 27% off %
I Iyear's
tends to shrug off this
I Ire The requested following specifically market by quotations readersof 32,800 Crowell Coll 25% up % political
the Sun financial page. The quotaCT'ln'lf \31,900 Colo Fuel Iron 13% 1 campaigning as \. .
tlons I .r> furnished by 31 LISTINGS up unlikely to brake the momentum = t ., k

f Pierce WulbernMurpliey Amer Stk Exch Stocks of the economic upswing.
_I. Growing involvement of _
Volume Close Change gov-
ernment in business affairs at ',- .
Pete 3% off % POLICE
NEW YORK STOCK Sterl Drug .65 28% Fidelity Fund ..,....-,... 102,300 Magellan all levels makes political -
New Idria 1V4 unch any
EXCHANGEAbbott Texas Util 1.20 62V4 Fidelity ,Trend __ 82,400
campaign strike close to home
New Pk 4% %
Textron 1.40 45% FUnd'tal Invest ... .._ 61,200 Mng up 'nonetheless. And this
Lab 2.40 4144 Candn Homstd 1% Vt year'scampaign : t : '
44,900 up
Tidewater -.w-... 31% Income of Boston confus- 'NU
Allied Chem 1.1$0 51% Trans W A ___ 40% Inc seems more
ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS ing at the moment and more
Amerada pt 2.00 831,2J Union Pac -...?-.-,-... 1.60a 44% Keystone K-2 -,.._.-,..._ Purchases 303,010, likely to grow bitter than any / ; ; LJI

Am Elec Pow 1.1Gb 444e Und Air L ...._.-.... 1.50b 49% Keystone 5-3 .._. Short Sales 2,115 for some time past.

Amer Enka 1.40:1 62 Upjohn _-__ 1.00 50% Keystone S-4 .- -...-.... Other Sales 324,687 I But even so, the political ... I

Amer Hone 1.40a 68% Jim Walter 27% Life Investors Total Sales .-_._...- 326,802 campaign so far is showing no ..N.....' :
Amer M Fyd .90 18Vat War Lamb __ .70 31V4 Life Stock FUnd -...- ..... sign of upsetting business con-

Armco S1I 3.00 72'4t Worthintn ..w.--., 1.50 45% Mass. In Stock ._...-..,.._ PREVIOUS DAY'S fidence or changing business ,< '': _

Atch Topka 1.20a 34%!' Xerox JL....- ....... 108% Mss. Inv Growth .-, _.... STOCK MARKET plans for expansion and in- .' _. ,_.... A t-:.:::
4 BeCkman In 61% Zenith 1.20a 66 Pioneer Fund Advances 520 creased production schedules.For .

Beech Lf S 1.10 47%! Puritan Fund .__
Declines 515 one thing, for many
Bristol, My .80 69 Putnam Growth ._..-...-.. Unchanged 293 now the leading parties have Ready EmergenciesCedar

Brown Shoe -.._ 3.40 981,2 I YORK (AP) The following bid TV & Elec ..-.__ __---_ Total Issues 1,328 been markedly divided. Both
Brunswick ....... .-. 81,21 and National asked Association quotations of supplied Securities by Dealers the Value Line Inc New 1963-64 Highs 46 I Republican and Democratic Key Police Chief Don Goldsby poses with the new station wagon pat-

Cambell S 2.40 36 inc., do not represent actual transactions _Wellington Fund __... New 1963-64 Lows 18 I members of Congress have been rol car recently acquired by the City Council. This is the first brand new policecar
but the NASD's estimate
Carter Pdt 1.00a 16'V of the range are within which these securl- considered friends of business, the city has ever had, and it is eqipped to do double duty as an emergency
Case J I -- 19Ys ties could have been sold (bid) or N Y S E Most Active while others of each party have vehicle and ambulance. Equipment includes first aid materials,. including oxy-
; bought (asked):
Cessna Air _ 1.00 30% ]omp. VoL Close 100 TampansTleeated been classed as troublesome or gen and a stretcher. (Sun photo by Buzz Mixson)
Ches Ohio 4.00 78 I Alico, Land 8% 117,900 Chrysler 54% doubtful at the best.
f Coas S Gas 281,2 Amer Fidel Life 22% 80,900 Fifth Av Lin 17% off
The split in both parties is
CBS 1.80b40 : Amer Heritage __________ 25% 68,500 Mc Dermott 30%
Comb Eng ,.w.-. 1.20 29%, Amer Mat Ins ._. ..........., 21% 45,700 Colum Gas 29% deeper fusing. And this year so is, the and split more in con-the Ga. Boys Visit Cross City

Cone Mills .80 20 I Amer Pioneer Life _____ 8% 44,800 Studebaker 6% loyalties of businessmen them

ConU Air ._....-w.. .40 21' Anheuser Busch _________ 53V4 i 44,600 Sunshn Mng 25% For Fumes ,selves.
Anodyne ,. ....,. 4V4 44,100 Pa RR 34% off
Conti Ins 2.20 59' -- I
-- At the ballot boxes in Novem-
Via Boats Down SuwanneeBy
Citizens Bank'I _. 37 I
Control Data 88%I TAMPA, Fla. (AP) .ber there seems likely to be
Com Pdts 1.50 5844 I Comsat Corp ___________. 42% .
Late Hundreds of persons were rout- more crossing over from tradi-
Delta Air .-......-..._ 1.60 76V. Conn Lt & Pw 37% Morning< ed from their homes by noxious tional 1 ines than for a '
Det Steel .60 15% Cowles Mag & Pb -....._.11% many JOE DAY ,were guests of the Florida Motel John Hartsfield, Tommy Kraus,
A number of business
Emerson El 1.00 45' Dunn & Bradst -.-..... 62% N. Y. ListingAllis Tuesday drum night of underwater after a 55- year.leaders who have always voted Sun CorrespondentCROSS in Cross City. Woodrow Al- James Wright, Jim Myrick,
._._... gallon CITY Cross len local barber the Hoff Al Allison Allen
Fair Camera .50g 25 Florida Gas 11% 2n'I City gave boys Larry ,
weed killer at chem- Republican they favor the
Finan'l Fed __ 41% Fla Nat'l Bank __.. 64% Chal 19% Int Pap ical plant. exploded a Democrats say this year. Many played host this past weekendto haircuts. Other Cross City citizens Branch, Grady Cone and Jim-

Fst Chartr _ 1.97130 Fla Tele 28% Alcoa 67% Jones&L More than 100 'staunch Democrats may be vot- a group 13 boys and their contributed' food and other my Thompson. Other counselorswere

f Fla E Cst -.w 133 Forrest Labs _ 26% Am Air 42V4 Kais Al treated at persons were ing Republican. three adult counselors who had supplies to the boaters, who expressed Fred Sabback, formerly of

Food Fair .90 21'h Founders Life ". 8% Am Can 44% Ken'cott for hospital and emergencyrooms irrita- I In both cases there will be just completed a 210-mile boat gratitude for the Cross Cross City, and Mike Neisler.
Franklin Life 57% eye nose down the Suwannee River : brand of The left Cross
FMC Corp 1.03 551,2FrUo Am Cyan 61% Lig & My tions, and nausea. other considerations than the in- trip City hospitality. boating group
Lay __ 431,2 Great American 12% Am Mot 15% Loch'd The cramps fumes terests of business itself that from Fargo, Ga., to the Gulf of i Maps and other information City Monday for Ocala, where

Gen Tele .88 32% Grolier __________________ 41V4 AT&T 70% Lorillard called acrolein, from billowed a chemical from will affect their decisions. Mexico. '. were furnished by the Suwannee they planned to put their boatsin
Ga Pacif I.COb 57 Gulf Life 53% Am Tob 35 Mag'vox doors and windows into the I But those more or less on the The boating group was from River Authority. the river at Silver Springsand
Getty Oil .10g 24 Herff Jones _. 14% Ampx Cp 17V4 MM&M open sidelines of the fierce political Ameewakee Boys Camp, Doug- Boys who made the Suwannee continue on up the St. Johns

Grace Co .-.W..... I.rob 57 Home Ins 68% .Anaconda 46% Mohasco heavily populated Mass, mostly Negro I battle know that in most presi- lasville[ Ga. They started their I River trip were Roger Carroll, .River.
neighborhood. traffic
Hel Curtis _. .80 153A Jax Minit Mkts 7% Armour 47V4 Mons'to jams dential election years the courseof trip in aluminum boats on Aug.

IBM ._-....-.... --- 5.00 447% Kennasaw Life 12% Babcock 34 Mont Wd caused by curious onlookers the economy already has 5, and 10 days later sighted the
Int Min C 1.8Oa 69V. Life of Fla 7 Beth Stl 38V4 Nat Dist hampered firemen and police been set. And the campaign waters of the Gulf.

Int Tele ._ -... ._.... 1.00 54' Lowes Company 20 Boeing 56% N.Am Av masks.trying to reach the area in gas even its outcome has had lit- The trip was "lots of fun" and Rights Case May

Kellogg .BOe! 45th Milgo Electron 12% Borden 75% Penney tle visible effect on that course. offered many adventures for
Lehman Cp 1.3te 29'/ Mort Guaranty Ins 25% Brunswk 8% Pa RR "First you choke, then you get The stock market often reacts the boys, according to chief

Letton In 19sf 67% Pacific SW Air 37% Cater Tr 32% Pep Col abdominal" cramps and nau- sharply but usually for a counselor Dewitt E. May.
Schlitz Brew .. .... ... 47% sea, said Vernon Barchard, Have Wide EffectJACKSONVILLE
Lone S Cm 122 Celanese 68% Phil Mor short period only to cam- He said the boys cooked their I
Marsh Fld 1.60 45 Secur Life & Tr _. 62 Chrysler 54% Phil Pet photographer for the Tampa paign surprises and election re- own food on the trip and

Martin M 1.00 181McGr Southern Nitro. 23% Coca Col 138% RCA Tribune. "I vomited 15 min- sults. The course it was taking, camped along the river. On e
Hill .603 35? travelers Ins 44% Com Ed 54% Rep Stl utes." or seemed likely to take in the was made at the Florida (AP) A twice last week with the Intention -

Mead Corp 1.70 45'/s Union Security & Inv .....104 -li Con Edis 88% Revlon Police Capt. L. J. Buchananand future, has varied only slightly Sheriffs camp Boys Ranch near Live I precedent setting contempt of'I of protecting him, not
AMERICAN STOCK fireman Lionel Hernandez, court case under the Civil: harming or frightening him.
Merkd 2.co.44' Cont Can 49% Rey Tob I because of political battles, over Oak. Another night was spent in,
Natl Airl .sa 493/ EXCHANGEAerojetGen Dow Che 69% StReg P were hospitalized for observa- the long run. Suwannee River State Park. I Rights Act headed today to-', "I suggest you follow this

N Y Centl _._ .50g 413'4 29% EAL 27% Seaboard tion.Herbert I All this is probably one reasonso that ward a decision which directly man to scare him," U. S. Dis-

Nia M Pow ........-..... 2.00 56e Analex Corp ___-.______, 27% E.Kodak 129% Sears Friedman, presidentof many business firms this Two things were plentifulon affects three St. Augustine business trict Court Judge Bryan Simpson -
Norfolk W ... 6.00 1373A'' Aqua Chem : 16% Firestone 41% Sinclair Southern Mill Creek Chemi- spring and summer have announced the trip, the boys said, were; people and has wide im, challenged Lance.

Aurora Plastics __________ 24% cal Co., where the explosion mosquitoes and rain. It rained plications.
No Ind P S -___ -.. 1.48 593/4 Fla Pw 50% Socony oc- plans for increased "No Sir," Lance replied. "I
No Nat Gas 1.0 57 Barnes Engineer ._...-. 20% Fla P&L 79% SouthnC curred, said the chemical fumes spending for new plants or im- every day of the trip, they said, William Chew and his wife. don't want to "
Butler Shoe .... 9% not poisonous. and insect repellant had little ef- Johnnie of the Palms scare anybody.
1 Olin Math 1.20 42% Ford 52% SperryR were provements. The ability of the managers :
I Owens II G ,-________- 2.50102 Chromaloy 15% Frmst Da 12% StBrand Friedman said he was in the economy to surmount political! fect on the mosquitoes. One boy Congress Inn, are accused of Lance denied" he said "Black

: I icG&E 1.00 31 I I Cinerama _ 6 Frep Sul 36V4 StO NJ plant office when he heard an oratory also is back of the pre- said that one night to escape the contempt by refusing a room to.1 bastards, as another witness

Pic LUng ..-._-_ 2.40 29'Pao Computer Sci --.w 17% Frueh Tr 32% Studebak explosion about 8 p.m. He said dictions by many top business mosquitoes he slept in a tele- a Negro. charged.
T & T 1.20 29 Cutter Labs A ___ 16% Gen Dyn 30% Swift the chemical apparently built executives that they see good phone booth. This was at Bran- Charles 7\!. Lance Jr. a tim-! Instead, Lance testified, he

Pan Amer A _,_ 1.20 30% Data Control .. 51% Gen El 83% Texaco up pressure inside the container times extending well into next ford.Over ber dealer and non salaried..deputy .j told two white youths, "You

Si Parke Day ....... .-....-. 1.00 27% Fulton Inds 9% Gen Fds 91% Thiokol blowing off the top and year. the weekend, the boys sheriff is accused of intimi- know I have to protect these
Pennzoil 2.00 38% Gen Develop 5% Gen Mills 42% U Carbid spewing snowflake-size powderover dating Negroes.The j black sons of bitches."

Pfizer -_ .80147/ Mackey Airlines 43/ Gen Mtrs 94% Unit Airc a store room. In 1957, 48,548 students were contempt action may seta As a deputy, his orders were

Phelps DG ...- _._... 3.00 71 Mead Johnson 16% Goodrich 54% Un Fruit Firemen, wearing gas masks enrolled in all institutions of BurglarHits precedent for civil rights to protect Negroes testing the

Polaroid __ .20 145% Pac NW Tele 2275 Goodyr 43% US Steel and rubber suits, entered the higher learning, public and pri- .cases through the south. It contends civil rights law, Lance said.

Pub SV E G 2.50 38% Philips Elec -_-. 42* Greyhnd 25% Univ Mat four-story building to cap the vate, in Florida. Last fall there I StoreA the three persons violated Sheriff L. 0. Davis backed up

Pure Oil 1.1)0) 60 Redwing Carriers .. ...--10% Gulf Oil 56% Westg El drum. Many were overcome were 101,993. It is expected to injunctions issued earlier this Lance. The sheriff said 90 percent

Rayonier -.-._...- 1.00 3Hi Ric Group -_- ________ __ 6' Int Harv 80% Winn Dix when fumes seeped through I double again by 1970, reaching 'month ordering 17 restaurants I of integration testers are
Rexall __- .--_- .SOb 51% Sperry R. Wts. 6' Int Nick 79 Woolwth loose masks. 218,000. grocery store owner reported 'and motels to serve Negroes followed by a deputy or state

I Reyn Metl _._ .M 35 Syntex 661h yesterday $179 in lost arti- 'and ordering other persons not patrol officer to assure their
Rich Merr __ '1.00 48th Tampa Elec ._- 26V. cles and another $60 property to interfere. safety.

( R C Cola _._._.._ 1.20 6H Tech Measur -. .-.-... ..-.. 20% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH damage to his store after a bur- Chew testified he refused a Davis paid most people in St.

Roy Dutch ._ __ 1.73g 46 4 TWA Wts .. ... 241,2 glar hit Monday night. room to Arthur Funderberk, a Augustine feel the integrationists -

Searle GD -_ .90 611 MUTUAL FUNDS Wayne Robinson, of Wayne's Negro, because of a policy not have ruined the town finan
Singer __ 2.00 8915 Capital Life & Gr 10.22 Grocery, 802 SE 7th Ave. said to have local residents as motel cially.

/ Smith KIn .- _- -_ 1.203 62\4 Divers Growth _ 9.82 Head-On Collision Solution : someone punched a hole throughhis guests. Mrs. Chew was ill and Asked if he thought Lance

Sou Cal Bd -...._._. 1.05 32% Dividend Shares .... _-- 3.82 r plate glass store window and not called as a witness. was rather bitter about enforc-

St Oil Cal ._---- -_ 2.00 614St Dreyfus 20.48 took five men's wrist watches, Lance testified he followed ing the civil rights law, Davis

Oil Ind __ 2.00b 82 Fidelity Capit -- 11.32 \ : :+.. five lady's watches, and a .22 Funderberk from the motel replied, "All of us are."

By Sylvia Porter .'. *", ;;: /.., caliber other blank burglaries pistol.In reported

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 18. yesterday to Gainesville Police:
Along the highway I travel! country's today. Florida
(c) New York Times Simple painted The New Jersey Turnpikewas -Clayton Crenshaw, 2306 NW EscapeesHeld
when commuting in summer I lines are the least effective the first major toll road to
48th Ter., said a drink machineat
Low Close Chg.
High between our country home and. separators. Low curbs and nar- provide motorists with a steel
Restaurant in the 1400
146.36 Off .61 King's ,
25 Rails 147.29 the office there's a stretch I row earth or grass medians median guard rail and almostall
25 Industrials 850.71 839.60 846.98 Up 2.09 block of SW 13th St., was forced in AlabamaDOTHAN
which I detest. When I catchup which be far
can jumped too of its 118 miles are now protected
50 Stocks 499.00 492.82 496.67 Up .74 open and $1.50 in change tak-
I to an aggravatingly slow! easily are not much better. At- with the rail. Between en.

driver and decide to swing out: tractive clumps of shrubs interspersed 1952 and 1958, the first seven
-Mrs. H. L. Bevel, 3212 NW Ala. (AP) Four Police officers surrounded the
'I STOCK to pass, I always tense up andI with stately trees can years of this turnpike's oper- 14th St., said a burglary apparently escapees from a Florida prison house and ordered the three to
FLASHESNEW don't return to a relaxed posi- be confusing and deadly too. ations there 158 fatal
were accidents -
occurred while she was were rounded up in two sepa- surrender. One, James Clyde
MARKET tion until I'm again huggingthe Road engineers discovered of which 48 were caus- away on vacation. She reporteda rate arrests Tuesday near Do- Harvey, 19, did.
[ very right of the right lane. long ago that it's easier to build ed by vehicles crossing over half gallon of ice cream miss- than.

YORK (AP) Gains by The reason for my anxiety is safety into highways than into the unprotected median strip.' ing. i Three of the convicts were recaptured Two others refused to come

+ cigarette stocks and a slump Dow Jones Stock Averages that this is a scenic, heavily drivers. Thus, the newest high- Since installation of the rail in -A drink machine at a laun-' in a rented cabin near out, but changed their minds
issues were highlights traveled, four lane highway on ways are being constructedwith 1961, there has been only one' when police lobbed tear gas
in cigar Previous Day | 2nd Hour |I dromat at 1120 W. Univ. Ave. Dothan, after the owner of the
which two traffic is -: opposing traffic 1 shells into the house.
mixed stock market early way separated a nes cross-median fatality.
of a I was reported forced open and. cabin became suspicious and
: 842.83 .I| Indust. I up 0.70
lines. Fre-
only by yellow widely separated by geography,
this afternoon. The Pennsylvania Turnpike 50 cents missing. I called police. They then abandoned their
The cigarette stocks added 211.65 | 20 Rails I off 0.62 quently as I round the curves!' ditches or earthen mounds to is in the of T plans of resistance, and their
now process protecting
substantial gains following a report -I 149.01 I 15 Util. I up 0.15 I see cars rushing toward me make it impossible for our cars its entire 470 "miles of guns, and surrendered. They
Internal Revenue well over on the wrong side of to stray from our own road- identified
from the Scott James
299.68 65 Stocks off 0.04 four lane with steel were as ,
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Service that cigarettes have the yellow lines at speeds of 55- ways and meet others travel- Chrysler Reveals 30, of Tampa, and Donald L.
divider. It had 226(
rocketed back from the slump 4,210,000 I Volume 1,850,000, 65 miles an hour and even ing in the opposite direction. miles when 1964 completed began, will Thiede of Detroit, Michigan.All .
that followed the government more. I've<< not yet witnessed a But this sort of physical separation
have extended this to 359 miles three were held in Dothan
i report last January linking I poned,the effective date of the deadly head on collision butthere's can't be built into existing by the end of this year. This is New '65 ModelsNEW city-jail on two charges each of
,i them, to lung cancer and heart' Nickel Plate-Norfolk & Western. a grim likelihood that I undivided four lane high- the longest steel median guardin burglary.The .

disease. f merger. Nickel Plate sank more will at any time. ways. What, then, is a solution? the world. burglary charges resulted
The IRS also jf ported a nose than a'point while N&W addeda A solution is the installmentof
Head collisions accounted when police searched the cabin
dive in shipna ..lJ-of small ci- fraction. New York Central. on tough barriers down the The Connecticut legislaturehas I YORK (AP) Chrysler price class on the one hand andso
for than 6,700 deaths occupied by the three men and
+ and Pennsylvania Railroad lost, more middle of the undivided four ordered that the 38 miles of Corp. unveiled the most diversi- called medium-price cars
gars. last the National found the loot from two
Steels carried through only a around a point each. Safety year Council, says, and in some lane highways to separate the the Merritt Parkway be protected fied line in its history today as like the Dodge Custom"880 and; night Dothan burglaries.In .Sunday

bit from their rally of Tuesdayand Among cigarette stocks, Lorillard -collisions six or more opposing traffic lanes. These by a median barrier. This it became the first auto makerto Chrysler on the other. I the two separate robberies,
the major auto shares Reynolds and & persons guard rails are being erectedon year, six miles are being in-! The Chrysler president said:
died. ,The head on collision show its 1965 models to the 'At Chrysler, we are going to a clothing store was stripped of
marked time along with the Myers added about a point, a mounting scale the nation stalled and this will continue
toll is already 15.4 per cent of press. avoid at all costs the mistakeof more than $1,000 worth of cloth
auto labor talks.Aerospace each, American Tobacco a frac- over and are chalking up im- for five more years.
all motor ,fatalities and studiesof Lynn A. Townsend, Chrysler becoming known as a com- ing, and a hardware store was
f issues were up tion. General Cigar sank well pressive records in reducing or The tragedy of head on collisions looted of in
tire tracks on the na now president, told newsmen at the pany that builds cars for the negotiable
while airlines were down. over a point. eliminating head-on collisions. reaches out to millionsof
earth or grass medians sepa- opening of a four-day previewthat very young or only for the mid- bonds, two pistols and assorted
The Associated Press averageof Trans World Airlines fell The barriers may be made of us who never have been or tools.
rating traffic lanes medicate Chrysler spent more than dle-aged and successful We
60 stocks at noon was un- more than a point that many only sheer luck has steel, concrete, aluminum, fiber -: will be involved, for the astronomical $300( million in developing its build cars for everybody." Another of the escapees, Rich
changed at 316.7 with industrials Texas Gulf Sulphur gained glass or wood, although cost of the claims and
prevented more cars coming together 130 models in nine series. This The 45-year-old Townsend, ard S. Wellington, 32, was in
.p .3, rails off .7 and utilitiesup more than a point while Calgonwas from opposite directions research by the American Iron liability suits resulting from compared with $125 million who took over as Chrysler president Dale County jail He was arrested -

.4. a 1-point loser. and increasing the & Steel Institute reveals that them has been a key force spent in engineering and stylingthe in Jury 1961 and directedits on Highway 231 between
,The Dow Jones industrial average Prices moved generally higher nation's slaughter on steel is used on the majority of boosting our auto insurance 1964 line.Townsend comeback in the auto market Ozark, Ala., and Dothan in what

at noon was. up .70 at. in moderate:trading on the- our highways. toll roads and in the greatest rates. The quicker our obsolete, I said much of said 'Chrysler's share of the.was reported to be a stolen car.

843.53. American Stock Exchange. There are more than 9,600 variety of designs. Here are undivided four, lane highwaysare Chrysler's emphasis had been: auro market rose to 13.9 per One_ other, man who escaped
Rails reacted to the news that Corporate bonds ,were narrowly ., miles of old fashioned heav- illustrations of ,what has been made as collision proof as focused on .the '"great central. cent in the first six months of iin the same break, Anthony Joseph

the Interstate'Commerce Com- mixed. TJ.S. government ily traveled four and more and is going on across the na- possible, the better off every price range ,-' between com this year, its highest. point Bacchino of Orange, N. J.,
mission had indefinitely post- bonds were mostly unchanged. lane undivided highways in our tion. driver in the nation will be. II. pacts in the Valiant and'Dodge; four years. Inl I was still at large

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DEAR ABBY: An extremely attractive woman and I have if she's home, there is nothing wrong with honking his horn. WIFEYESASBLUE YU-CE1tTAIHLY r -AMD WHEN I THROW y y fp LEN7LY,a
been seeing each other exclusively for the past year. I am All this horn honking and her running outside is getting to be AS SUMMER SKIES, KEEP MY EYE f: SEE HER, HER t 1
too much for me. Maybe- told her, Abby, she would lis- KEEP A EYE OUT FO'A HAIR AS GOLD AS OPEN FORA l r WMATLLI 1 OUTDO
in my early 40's and she is in her early 30's. She has recently you 1J
** BOOT1FUL GALJN A KANSAS CORN,AN'A WITH VIOL7 She told that ten. Or am I old-fashioned?
begun to me for a marriage me '
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has had three husbands. Her first she divorced her second
died, and her third she also divorced. When I confronted her DEAR GIVE: Yon are not old-fashioned. A boy who respectsa n A, 1 'I
with these facts, she readily admitted they were true. When girl will not "honk" his horn outside- her home. And any J
f { I asked her why she didn't volunteer the truth about herselfin girl who runs outside at the sound of a honk" is a silly goose.
the first place, she said that she had been "counseled" not *
to. What kind of a "counselor" would advise a woman to DEAR ABBY: So many of our firends and relatives have ::1 1I
I' withhold such pertinent information from the man she in- been dying off lately, my husband and I decided to go over a
stated that estates would be aI
tended to marry? our wills. They originally our ;
; WONDERING divided among our children, and they would all share and I
share alike. We have changed them. Our eldest daughter has I
/ DEAR WONDERING: One without integrity, obviously. But given us more attention and respect than any of the others.

it's the WOMAN: yon are interested in, not the counselor. And We also have a son who has never gone out of his way to HEE HEE THAT WUZ ATH'FUST I WUZ TH1NKIN' ,
any woman who would accept the counsel of deception is no show us any consideration. They will all get what we think == I WUZ JEST YORE SICH A J TIME 1 ABOUT THAT WIGGLE- ?
better than her counselor. What else do you want to know? they deserve. Nuts to this share and share alike business. THINKIN* ABOUT ROMANTICALCRITTER1 YE EVER HELTt / WAGGLE DANCER
DEAR ABBY: I have a 14-year-old daughter who rushes IIoooCen 3 sa *
55 outside when she hears someone honk a horn. I tell her it is CONFIDENTIAL TO DANNY: "If you cannot inspire a r TOTH'COUNTY n
not right, that if a boy wants to see her, he should come to woman with love of yourself, fill her above the brim with FAIR.MAWl ""
the door. She says I am old-fashioned, and that if she had a love of herself; all that runs over will be yours." These are I (( In r 11J
date with a boy then she would expect him to come to the the words of C. C. COLTON, an English clergyman ((1780-
door. But if he just happens to be driving by and wants to see 1838):), and times have not changed very much.
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Wednesday Evening (Special) Highlights of the rock *n' roll Vikings 9:30 O People Are Funny SAY-HUH
5:00 O Best of Groucho Democratic Platform Three; singers Doug Cros- D Jack La Lanne \,

;. O Gallant Men Committee hearings, tap ley and Emily Yancy; 10:00 B Make Room for [sp.rr.arsoa.rbi 9I9DAGWOOD ( I
: B Ramar- ed at the Sheraton Park comic Howie Storm; sing- DaddyO A 00. -
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( 5:25 O Moments in Sports House Majority Leader ; and Steve and Nora, D (Color Cameras F.
.., 5:30 Q Newscope Carl Albert of Oklahomais a Hungarian born hus- Please I
To Be Announced chairman. Frank Mc- band and wife dance 10:30 B CD (Color) Word for

5:55 D Local News, Sports, Gee and Elie Abel re team. Word MAKEITTWO MAYBE I BETTER GET HIM/ jam; ,
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6:00 O News, Sports, 11:25 O Movie: 10:55 B D News z r SOON AS HE FINISHES '_ ; .
Weather O Beverly Hillbillies "Mississippi." ((1935)) A 11:00 B O Concentration < PH11kON E CAL L/
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7:00 Q O Deputy Lester Flatts and Earl is branded a cow- 11:30 B (D (Color) JeopardyO ;; ry ;
D Wanted-Dead or Alive Scruggs want to know ard when he refuses to Pete and Gladys s. ..w, Ij
"Chain Gang. A sheriff why he isn't married.Flatt fight a duel for the South- 12:00 B CD (Color) Say When Y
arrests Josh on a false and Scruggs, who ern belle he loves. Bing O Love of Life N .
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las. Jethro Max Baer. GIRL
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National Conventionanalyzes fit Called Families Anon- Scallop," is a scheduled Say M WELL-HERE, WE ARE,>PATiyj-x !_RAD A LOVEiy THERE WAS,
the Party and its ymous." Bea Miller is guest. There's a film visitto O Edge of Night H BACK AT THE OLD HOMESTEAD EVENING LEEI-AND A PINS IM
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WASHINGTON For the Sen. Goldwater and the sensa- that should get a public hear- they are watching events witha r( I' 1 a j
first time in many years the tion seeking philosophy of ing, and the only way to do it critical eye. The other day Cb en
columnists and commentators. !I is for the to its Sen. Goldwater
national is getting the press run own in a conciliatory
press The issues would be clear-cut. candidates.The gesture towards the Fourth Estate I IJ
recognition it deserves. Everyone Will the press be controlled by I two most likely choiceson said he thought he could .

from the inflexible Gen. wild eyed, left wing scandal- the ticket would be Chet get along with the press, and:'\ HOW CAM
Eisenhower to the conservativeSen. mongers or will it be turned I Huntley and David Brinkley of I added, "After all, you have tc''I: Q4 AM 1MASNATJOM ANY3M5 LACE WITH{
Goldwater has attacked the over to the competent we 11- NBC. Both men have worked eat and I have to cat." We are MINE LcsEWEIGI4TI
press and television for the wayit ordered management of the' well together and have a great:I still waiting for him to clarify:Ia i /
has been reporting the Re- Young Republicans? deal of respect for each other.J I I this statement. ,. e

publican side of things. Sould local and state govern-Anyone who has ever seen -<, 1 -
Only last week Sen. Goldwater ment be permitted to control them say goodnight to each oth I Senator Lives .fAI/IItI.. e 0
said he wondered where Chris- their own press or should this er knows they mean business.! k -s'

tianity would be today if *Amer- control be put in the hands of In a recent poll they beat out In His OfficeWASHINGTON
ican newspapermen had been Federal authorities? their competition by two to one, 1 8.19 :,j 99n ::
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and Should newspapermen get out and while it is hoped TV rat!. (AP) Sen. Y r
John. This led columnist Wal- of the United Nations and with- ings will be kept out of the William Proxmire, D-Wis., i.<;! '
ter Lippmann to remark, "The 'draw their recognition from the campaign, they are bound to living in his office. It's not jusl
Senator might remember that Soviet Union? And should we pick up the backlash from CBS the press of work, however.. :i
the Evangelists had a more in- and ABC well independent
send more correspondents to as as many Proxmire rented out his two-
spiring subject"The ''Viet Nam to end the war there? stations.Congressman story Washington house about a iI -
fact is that since the William Miller month MEAi4WHILE... *
when his
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convention the Republicanshave Our defense posture is another has already attacked them per- moved back to their Madison ,,,r M3TRE CERTAIN VOU PlPhTrAoP THEM.7UDGE.' THAr LEEDS DAME HER MISS LEEDS I TRUST X3U KENO: VOOlL HAVE TO
attacked the press 35 issue which will come up in sonally, which has given them home. I- RECOGNIZE FRANKIE PAUVEg THANK YOU FOR Is t4EZEKENO... IN.WMri5 CAME TO PAY OFF THc SIX GIVE ME TIME TO
times and the Johnson adminis- the campaign. It has been national standing. Except for weekends back in Fr AS ONE OF THE (WEN WHO /PICKING) ME UP AT TO SEE Your THOUSAND YOU OWE ME.' PAY THE REST
tration charged that because of bad BEAT YOC W!; 6ARY?>? THE HO5PTTAU
only 23 times. The only Huntley and Brinkley could Wisconsin where he is cam-I -
two extreme groups they have planning. particularly in the unite the -
diverse elements of paigning for _a second six-year, =:
repudiated by name are the Ku' manufacture of manned deliv, the newspaper profession. term, he sleeps on a couch in r-< I
Klux Klan and the profession of ery trucks, our capacity to deliver
Huntley lives in New York, his suite in the new Senate Of- e f
journalism. This has led many newspapers to homes In Brinkley in Washington, which fice Building. in
newspapermen to consider run the United States will have makes sense geographically.They If Proxmire is re-elected, an l
ning their own candidates for dropped 90 per cent by 1974. are young, popular, and aide said, his family will returnto
public office. This has been denied by circulation neither one has ever served in the capital at the end of the c.Q
The feeling is that the people I managers, who claim that President Johnson's cabinet. 11.
should be given a choice, not in 1974 their payload will be While the journalism profes- year.Meanwhile, "he gets a ,lot
an echo a choice betweenthe twice what it is now. sion has h
not decided definitely more done this way the aide
conservative philosophy off These- ,are a few of the'Issues to run their own candidates, said. And! he also saves a buck. ;


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! :;!I : Frisco Gets a Taste of Beatles Clinic Grant for WorkContinued UF ISEEby I ComputersSave Water- I II i t

f 4 B y DAVID COWGER ed 9,000 teen-agers, far below port Monday night. Others be- window. Shrieks could be heard f JACKSONVILLE) -Computers -

; ( SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A predicted estimates of between gan arriving at 6:30 ajn.t more two blocks away. the SUN i have proved their worth

quiet frenzy hung like fog in the 50,000 and 100,000. About a dozen than 12 hours before the Bea- in determining safe water ]levels

r : air today as thousands of youngsters girls required first aid. tles' plane touched down. In the lobby and main floor in the upper Kissimmee chainof
The U. S. of Health Ed-
1' prepared to storm the Cow, None corridors hundreds of young Dept. ,
was seriously hurt. I lakes.
, Police POLICE, FIRE REPORT Springs and Peggy Marie Underwood,
tf estimated 2,000 fans ucation and Welfare
Palace girls dressed in slacks Beatle yesterday 32. Gainesville.
) for the Beatles' concert The British permitted have been
group greeted the when Accident Roundup Aaron Williams 52. Gainesville and Experiments :suc-
II singers they sweatshirts and sneakers awarded a grant of $297,680 to
o tonight their fans a 40-second audienceat Verenette Cynthia Symonette 30. Rock cessful Col. H. R. Par-
Involved in accidents reported
arrived at the }hotel. the University of Florida College -! reported Sound Bahamas Islands.
't roamed about in of catch-
t At the Hilton Hotel the British the airport before they were hopes and
by the Gainesville Police Department George Thomas Delaino. 21. Gainesville fitt, district Army engineer,
Within minutes the four ing a glimpse of their heroes.At of Medicine for general v. Frances Geraldine Carrol, 23.
4 quartet scheduled a day of rest whisked off to the downtown ho- were and Alachua County Gainesville. has led to a reduction in the

in preparation for their first appearance tel. A press conference turned at the window of their room on a news conference later the clinical research.Announcement. Sheriff's Office in the past 24 Howard Freidin 21. Gainesville, and amount of excess water to be .

( J on the current U.S. into an autograph session when the 15th floor. A faithful throng Beatles obligingly identified of the HEW hours were: I I Marilyn Rose Building Gidney Permits 21. Miami. discharged from East Lake To-

: tour. several young fans slipped into gathered. themselves for reporters and grant was made by Sen. Spes- Robert Henry Carroll, Hawthorne Aug.City 7-14 hopekaliga and Lake Tohopekaliga. -

r The Beatles arrived Tuesday the hotel. Youngsters roared each time photographers who seemed to sard Holland in Washington.The and James W. Phillips, NE D.11th C. Smith St.. $500.addition to dwelling 1121. .

r and were greeted by an estimate Some fans arrived at the air- one of them appeared in the have trouble telling them apart. oneyear grant is the Hawthorne, just west of the Fletcher Builders. Inc.. build dwelling
third of an original award call 515 SW 41st St 22000.
I' Hawthorne City Limits on S.R. Robert E. Riddle remodel dwelling A LAST
r ing for slightly more than $2 20 at 2:45 2809 NE 12th St.. $500.
p.m. yesterday. Macoma Homes, Inc.. build duplex I i \r"" TIMES
spread out over a seven- Virginia M. Branan, 288- 13 1M5 NE 26th Ter., $8,000.

His Slogan Tops Her Screams Rockefeller'Ex' year period. Corry Village and Harold Ran- 402-404 Ralph NW Wiggins.19th Ave.addition 1600. to dwelling.I tAl3 5 7&9

Not for BeatlesSAN Administered u n de r Dr. som, 1039 NE 9th St., at NE 919-21 Macoma NE 26th Homes Ter., SS.COO.Inc.. build duplex.

George T. Harrell, dean of the 8th Ave. and 9th St. at 4:04: p.m. C & P Realty & Development Co..
Seeks College of Medicine, and Dr. build dwelling. 3815 NW 8th Ave.. S4.900
For FRANCISCO (AP) A yesterday.Fred Macoma Homes Inc., build duplexes
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woman was beaten unconscious, William> C. Thomas Jr., professor N. Ray, 515 SE 17th St., 1011 NE 26th- 15 Ter.NE. $8.000.26th Ter.. $8.000; 1C1305

shot and her of medicine the grant finances and Daniel Richard Lyni, 736 Robert Crosby repair dwelling. 105 NE I
robbed in room at 4th St.. $600.
of the 1964 University tickets to the University's the Hilton hotel Tuesday her Children a 10 bed clinical research SE 4th Ave., at W. Univ. Ave. O. H. Gardner, repair dwelling 760
NE 23rd Blvd.. $150.
of Florida Homecoming slogan Homecoming Oct. 17 unit. and 6th St. at 12:57 p.m.Oes-
game screams for help mistaken by a James E. Hayes repair dwelling, 1539
contest was announced in Talla- against the University of South maid for shrieks of girls waiting WHITE PLAINS N.Y. (AP) It permits the College of Med- terday. NE W 5th C.Place Mayor$250., repair dwelling 406 I

hassee yesterday by Gov. Farris Carolina. for the Beatles. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller'swife icine to admit highly selected Thomas J. Porter 118 NW 8th SW.10th St.. $985.C. .
has patients at no cost to the Ave., and Eddie Jackson, Rt. 4, H. Janes build 10-unit apartment
.I Bryant. I Gertrude Goodman, of Marys- Margaretta, filed suitto building SW 7th Ave.. 76000.
Don W. Sisson of Indian River gain custody of her four chil- patient. Clinical studies m ay at NE 3rd Ave. and 9th St. at Ridgeview Baptist Church build dwelling -
James N. White, a University I ville, Calif., about 50, was takento 1805 NW 31st Place 12000. 1M:
of Florida sophomore from City was second place win- Children's Hospital in critical dren by a previous marriage.Her last a few days or several 3:55: p.m. yesterday.Fire Henry C. Lunsford. repair dwelling Z lOYlN'm
1923 NW 5th Ave. $200.C.
I ner with his entry, "World of weeks, Dr. Harrell said. Calls LMN" SINCE
P. ,
Destin submitted the winning condition. Police said a bullet A. Building Inc. raze dwelling
Knowledge from Fair and Col- had divorced husband, Dr. At 9:51 a.m. yesterday, light- 218 NE 1st St., $400. ;1 lOYt WASmD
j slogan, "Gators Prepare a Col- grazed ker head. James S. Murphy of New York W. G. Busch (Rest Haven Nursing ) IrNENTEDI
lege. ning alarm at 556 NW 31st Ave. Home), repair dwelling 1121 NW 6th i
About 2,000 fans of the British
legiate World's Fair. II City, has asked that the suit be TensionsEase St.. $1.100.
The slogan was selected by "Learning's Fun Under Flor- singing group swarmed around dismissed, and that the couple's4yearold COURTHOUSE RECORDS B. W. Ames air condition. and heat oar1PMt'
Criminal Dispositions dwelling 2396 NW 16th Ave. $1.300.
the Florida State Cabinet from ida's Sun" won third prize for the hotel before the Beatles daughter, Melinda, be -ChArges dismissed: Weems O. Baskin Anco-Enterpnses Inc build grocery
in Ill. 4401 SW 13th valid driver's li- store. 1516 SE 4th St., $17.000.
Bradenton reached the hotel four hours la- St. no
some 700 entries. John Askins, sum- returned to him. cense. Frances Edward Oneto Brentwood County 1
White will receive a three-day mer editor of the University of ter. Apts., no valid driver's license. Monroe James Newsome build residence 4510
The legal ; file DIXMOOR, Ill. (AP) Tension Games Raiford withholding support, $20 NW 17th Place $18,000.
cruise to Nassau in the Bahamas Florida student newspaper, The papers on in costs paid. Linnie Mae Lancaster. Ala- Quality Builders of Gainesville Inc.,
State Supreme Court in this in this racially troubled hua, worthless check restitution and $20 build residence 3321 NW 29th Ave.. $20.- THE PIACC THAT WAS MADE TO* i
accommodations for two Florida Alligator, and Ted Baby Born costs.
I of took Westchester County seat, are community eased this morning -sentences: Johnie Lee Bowden, Ala- 000.United Construction Co.. build residence -
guests at Gainesville's HolidayInn Phelps Gainesville the basis for after a night relatively free of chua, parking on highway $20 or 10 4100 SW 19th St., 15000. L Thurs. "ONE-EYED JACKS" 1
Homecoming weekend, $50 fourth place for "Gators Lead a hearing scheduled -i days. Randolph Gene Stout 1510 W.' B. F. Griffs 2826 SW 23rd. Drive', build
25,000 Ft. today. It was considered violence. Univ. Ave.. driving on wrong side of I residence. $3,000.
in gift certificates from Gaines- the Nation in Operation Educa- street, traffic school and $20 costs.
likely that only the attorneys I The hope was that the rioting Richard Glenn Thompson Sherman

ville merchants and two free tion. Up in PlaneMIAMI would appear and that the hear-' that began Sunday had run its days.Texas Willie defective Williams.equipment High,Springs$20 or, de-10: t ti

ing would be in the judge's course.It fective equipment. $25 or 15 days. Wayne -
z Thomas McDonald Hawthorne speeding. { SUBURBIAiI
chambers.The had resulted in about 50 $20( or 10 days Lonnie Barnes 517 NE
Sales (AP) Eastern AirLines persons injured, heavy property. 15th St.. possession of fraudulent drivers i'' E
license 30 fradulent
$35 drivers
Cigarette or days; -
reported today a baby was children, besides Melinda -damage and 70 persons arrestedin license, $40 or 30 days.
born are James B. 13 Gobel jack Mullms Hawthorne, disor-I SHOW STARTS 7:30
Saturday at 25,000 feet altitude Margaretta the six-block area in the derly conduct $35 or 30 days.
on Flight 5006 between 11, and Carol, 8. largely Negro suburbs of Dix- -Charges continued: Boone Hardin
1140| NW 55th Sir possession of alcoholic -
li Back to 'Before'WASHINGTON Philadelphia erto Rico. and San Juan, Pu- Attorneys for both parties moor and Harvey south of Chi- gene beverage McKinney by Rt.a minor.4, speeding.Wilson Cleave Eu-I it is unlikely that you will experience in lifetime l

have declined to detail what cago. Harris; Jr., LaCrosse worthless rjieck. all that will
The child, a boy, and his The only incident Tuesday Kenneth E. Hughes High Springs worth you see ]
:. custody arrangements have pre- less check. Joseph H. Waters 42$ SE
(AP) Ci There was a considerable re-, mother, Mrs. Naida Bonilla of vailed since the Murphy's di- night was a fire at a golf course George 2nd St., three A. Peoples charges 1130 of worthless NE 25th check St. in"'IHE

garettes have rocketed back bound in April, but June was the Camden, N. J., were reported vorce in Idaho in April 1963. The club house near the trouble cen- withholding support. JOSEPH EEYINECARPEIRAG6E8SCEORCEPEPPAID[
-Capias issued for the arrest of MIchael
: -
from the slump that followed a first month to show a sizable in- doing fine at San Juan. divorce papers were sealed by ter."It Joseph Piaseckl 411 NW 15th St., _.

government report in January crease over the correspondingmonth Mrs. Bonilla boarded the flightat the court. looks like arson," said speeding.given withholding Walter F.support.Norris, .address ; !

them to cancer and of 1963.June's Philadelphia Friday night. Fire Chief Edward Mulder of -Forfeitures: Thad L. Cason Fort
linking .lung
White speeding $20. George W. Collins
and Murphy -I
Just before midnight an attend- Happy Harvey. 4 .
heart disease. 8.5 per cent increase Alachua no valid driver's license.
to a normal year-to-I ant reported to the captain that were married the next Although three Negro youths $50. Roy Ernest Fox, Fairland Ind, following '
compares too closely $35 L. R. Griffin.
i U.S. factories shipped almost year increase of 2 or 3 per cent.A she appeared to be having labor month. were seen near the club house Melrose James Edward no valid Johnson boat registration 3712 SE, 14th$15. I
45.2 billion cigarettes in June -
report issued by the Councilfor pains.A Last May 30, Mrs. Rockefeller shortly before the fire officials Ter., no valid driver's license; $20. I

an increase of about 8.5 per cent Tobacco Research U.S.A.,' passenger, Dr. A. Ifarrquerri -gave birth to a son, Nelson A. declined to speculate on any failure John Henry to yield Parmenter right of Jacksonville way. $35.

over June 1963, the Internal said 10 year of tobacco indus- was summoned and found Jr. connection with the racial trou- Ernest Lloyd Pope Fyffe Ala., operatinga II
announced to- vehicle without authority $100. Harold I
Revenue try-supported studies had produced that Mrs. Bonilla, 15 days away Wiley Scovill Leesburg, speeding, $35.
ble.Helen *
day. no laboratory proof of a from her expected delivery date, Murphy married Victoria Krol, daughter of the Jacksonville- Sentencing, withholding deferred: support.Hal S. Batey.

While cigarettes were making link between smoking and lung was in heavy labor. Thompson last June 10. He is owner of Dixie Hi golf course, -Pleaded not guilty: Richard C. Scott
Micanopy beating motel bill.
their comeback, cigar sales cancer or evidence that smoking While attendants collected a reported to be on a vacation in said both whites and Negroesuse Case transferred to circuit court:

r dropped in June. contributes significantly to first-aid kit and other materials Maine. the course and that it has Noah non-support.Spann no address listed desertionand

Small cigars to which many :heart and circulatory ailmentsor kept aboard for just such an When Mrs. Murphy and the had no racial trouble. Marriage Douglas License Taylor,ApplicationsPaul 20. Gainesville G

.\ switched early this year took a stomach ulcers.Dr. emergency, a bed was made out governor were married in May and ville.Valerie Randall Tinker, 20 Gaines-i AlAN ADD BOB CUMMINGS

nosedive. Shipments dropped Wendell G. Scott, presi- of two seats in the first class 1963, her lawyer said that under Donald Erb Jennings. 24, 'Chaft nooga. I
J GovernorsSnub
from 190 million in May to 38 dent of the American Cancer I section.Dr. the separation agreement with Tenn ville. and Dorian Ruth Post 20. Gaines- i MARTHA HYEflEU1ABI'HASHLEYLEWAYRES

million in June. But the June figure Society, said Tuesday in New Marilyn S. Mahon of Har- Murphy the children were to receive Robert, and Winston Barbara Dorminey Jean ,Syfretf 71, Gainesville 21,

was still double that for York that the report by the in- risburg, Pa., an obstetrician, "the continued benefit of LB J Gainesville.Warren Lamar McCormick 38, High MARTIN BAlSAM RAlPH T AEGER ARCHIE MOOr

small cigars in June 1963. dustry group was "selfservingand quickly went into action and 22 the companionship, guidanceand

The slump in cigarette sales published without regardfor minutes after Mrs. Bonilla's affection of both their parents JACKSON, Miss. (AP) Turk Planes S

had set in right after the gov- the public welfare." pains were detected delivered a ." Gov. Paul B. Johnson has "CARROll BAKER.RHAA8

ernment committee headed by I The American Cancer Societyhas healthy boy. turned down an .nvitation from Back to NATOPARIS !

Surgeon General Luther L. Terry said cigarette smoking is a The sterilized shoelace of the Gets President Johnson to meet with -2nd Feoture-
issued its report in January.! serious health hazard. I pilot, Capt. Mel French was other Democratic governors. (AP Turkish air:

used to tie the umbilical cord. Johnson said Tuesday he had units withdrawn from the Atlantic -:
French wired ahead to San no intention of attending the Alliance defense system j

Ex-Slave May Reach 120 Juan for an ambulance and a Democratic National Convention -last week were returned today
James G.
I' doctor who examined mother White, a resi- and that he would not meet to NATO command. II

I and baby there at 2 a. m. re- dent in pediatrics at the Univer- with the President at the White The Turkish units were with-I
If He'll Out of TreesATMORE sity of Florida Hospital has
Stay ported that the birth was nor- been House Saturday. drawn for use in carrying out:
awarded a residency fellowship Louisiana Gov. John McKeithen sorties Greek
mal and both were in good con- over Cypriot po-j
Ala. (AP) Will he shuffles through a dance rou dition. in pediatrics by the and Arkansas Gov. Orval E. sitions on Cyprus.A I

Adams plans to live to be 120 Wyeth Laboratories.The Faubus also said they would not spokesman for Supreme !

years old. tine.Without doubt one of the coun- Plan to Launch fellowship, sponsored by attend the White House meetingor Headquarters Allied Powers in I

The spry old ex-slave just try's most senior citizens, Ad- the Wyeth Fund for Postgraduate the convention.The Europe said Turkey informed :

might make it-if his kinfolkscan ams likes to think he is still capable Huge Buoy.JACKSONVILLE Medical Education is one of three governors were NATO early today it was return- ..DANDURYEA- PATRICIA OWENS

keep him from climbing of his earlier exploits."I (AP) The 15 granted this year. It provides among five Democratic state ing the units to NATO control.I

trees. He will be 114 years old can still beat any man in first of what may be a series of a two year grant of $4- chief executives who held a se-

I Thursday and people that age the state in a river log-rolling world girdling sea buoys to gather -800 enabling the physician to cret strategy meeting in New

just aren't supposed to be out contest" he oceanographic data for the U. devote two years of advanced Orleans last Friday. The others
on a limb.Actually. S. Navy will be launched Thurs- study to the care and treatmentof were Florida Gov. Farris
His daughter adds in whisper ,
a -
Adams hasn't been children. Bryant and Alabama Gov. 11
that he hasn't been day.The
quite that frisky since he fell out actually huge sea buoy was built Selection of award winners is George C. Wallace. I

of a pecan tree two years ago, swimming since he was 94. by Jacksonville shipyards for based on evidence of good cha- .......... 1
At that time he '
was workingfor I.
his Mat- initial tests."Eventually. racter academic .. ,
according to daughter achievement
the W.T. Smith Lumber Co. c.IoM ...... ... r ,
tie Thomas. it is anticipatedthat performance of duty and need :

She said her father has been at Chapman, Ala. Previously he a large network of these for financial assistance.Dr. frld iekQ., ,
worked for the Louisville &
"acting more his age" since the ocean data stations will be positioned White will continue post- .. ....ILir pJ' .
Nashville railroad, where he ,
incident, because it forced him throughout the major graduate training at the Univer- ... ...
started in 1866 for 25 cents ..
a .
ice-free waters of the world
t to see a physician for the first a sity of Florida Hospital duringthe
day. During the Civil War he 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
spokesman said.
time. period.of the fellowship. ALSO IN OCALA
t drove an ox cart as a slave.
Adams still has a great deal
Adams was born in Virginia
of vitality. He points out that he
worked at a sawmill until he Aug. 20, 1850. He was sold to an TOMORROW AT 1 P.M

Alabama whilea .
plantation owner
was 94. Every once in a while baby. 5 THE MIGHTIEST ADVENTUREEVER

Adams did not marry until he
I Midwest was 50. He has outlived his wife I

by some 20 years. _

Three of his six children are
Royal Crown JEIYft8
Needs RainBy still living, in addition to a Cola

stepdaughter, 10 grandchildren, t r r : >Ar aid C1,1'ER 7telr
three and
one great-great-grandchild.

Showers fell in the East and Good clean living" That's :FREE ADMISSION: ,+ ftM

; Pacific Northwest today but what Adams attributes for his : Wim 6 K BOTTU CAM ah't

continued to avoid the drought- longevity. He is asleep by 8 p.m. or35Cadm .

stricken Midwest. and awakes at 5 a.m. for the t tiOn I r
t first of his three daily coffee
The dry weather persisted
breaks. A devout Methodist, he StOge
the central United !
over .
has never indulged in alcohol or f
where some late crops are GAMES!

I struggling and livestock is run- tobacco.

ning out of pasture. S Green \ WEST
On ::
RZANre"TA .:..:.
I The thundershowers broke I ::::
from Virginia to Maine in the ;
East. In the Northwest, the : w WSS.WON Entire bookin
showers followed cool air that iiJi
into Montana. POSITIVELY <...::.:.:.:.:.:.:--
spread -
a \FUIS installments
Open 7:00 Show *t Dusk
The only other rain in the .e Both Complete Late As 9:45 NEW
weather picture was forecastfor SHOWN FIRST & LAST SURPRISES for all !

the Gulf Coast and the south Starts Monday Aug. 24 in

Atlantic states.A TOMORROW
e To start home delivery of the Sun
cold front from Virginia to Doors Open 9 ,a.m.

western Illinois remained nearly Call 372-8441 or write Circulation Manager, Box 57, Gainesville.
Show at 10'a.m..
stationary, which meant little
change appeared in sight for the 'This ProgramIs

arid central states.Temperatures 2ND HIT AT 9:45that Adults $1.25 Children 50e
ran from the girl CHILDRENONLYI <&aitttzuill 1

40s in the northern Great Lakesto CARROLL BAKER
the 90s in the desert Southwest THE BEATLES
"Something DAYI

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I ,. \ 56 Golnesyillc! ,Sun __Wednesday,_August 19, 1964 f


( "SuperRight"ALL Special Grade "A" Quick frozen STEWING Higlnvay :: BOOKKEEPER. General. Some emphasis .-
l. en accounts payable payroll
r MEATFRANKS Full-time. All company ben-

:" Funds Go efits.ville. Prestige Write Box company 4IIA c/o in Gaines Gainesville

2 V2 to 3 '/ -lb. Sun.WANTED .

; \ 1 lb. to begin experienced work by Legal August Secretary 21,-

, '\ e PkS.f 59c II E N S average 23cSpecial To States or Fringe earlier.experience benefits.Salary Blue commensuratewith and Cross ability.and

.b. LB.ee. Blue Shield. For interview contact
WASHINGTON (AP) -Apportionment E. A. Clayton or James ..
Phone J7J tSe1.
\ of $3.8 billion i i i

! iI among the states to continue the C"s
national highway in SecietaiyABLE r
"Super-Right" Pork Loin Sliced PORK the fiscal year starting July 1,

I 1965 was announced today by to meet public, neat appearance
skilled In shorthand and
the Commerce Department.The typing. excellent fringe benefits including -

2 to 3-lb.! C apportionment includes week. I paid hour vacation.day. Salary 5 day commensurate work*

$2.8 billion for the 41,000-mile with ability. Apply In
i : average interstate system-scheduled for Phone, 12C1 372-4751.E. University Ave.

L completion in 1972.
1I i The remaining $1 billion is for night shift, top wages Apply
In person. Jerry's Restaurant
Ii the so-called ABC program 2310 S. W. 13th St.

which involves the construction :SECRETARY i WANTED Must be

SUPER-RIGHT MEATY and repair of primary and secondary proficient. Salary in commensurate shorthand and with typing

11i systems and their urban experience and ability Scruggs

i SPARE RIBS . . . . . Lb. 39c"SPECIAL" ( ) extensions. & .CarmichaeL 376.5242. 3 SE 1st Avenue.Ph. .
' --
@ When completed the inter- EAUTY OPERATOR wanted.
I @ $',t days a week. Group insurance -
h Sale : state system will comprise sick pay. Please phone
I'VALIlES Imp slightly more than 1 per cent
of the total U.S. road and street LEGAL Secretary, proficiency In
b yOU BEEF LIVER . . . . . . Lb, 29c typing & shorthand required
\ "" M 'for mileage and will carry over 20 legal 1 experience Andrews 37..691.desirable. LoWory
ike per cent of the nation's traffic.
( John's Frozen WHITE female, neat honest & dependable -
I llIrU'SECOND BIG WEEK II ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED Cop'n The apportionment gave Flor- drinks & to use make cash register sandwiches Sal.

B .'o.oz. Pka. 49c ida $22,271,105 in ABC funds and ary $40 per wk with increase -
BREAKFAST BACON . 2 u>. pkg. 89c PeadedSShrimp $57,926,750 in interstate aid. to 170 have over experience, months using period.Iy'ust cast.

register. Light grill work uper-
lance helpful but not necessary.
Te ?V ,rw'r'r Hours 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
QUICK FROZEN HEADLESS & DRESSED Fantail Shrimp 2 Lb. Pkg. $"1 .55 HospitalBill and S.OO: PM to 11:00 P.M. 4
days a week. For appt. call 376-
.N3ii Deveined Frozen 0924 between 10i30 I 11:30
ywln NODS! ( WHITING . . . 5 Lb. BOX, Each 79cw mornings or 5 to 9 evenings
only. Sandwich Inn.
Bag Shrimp. 1 14 $1.79SUPER
Lb. pkg. Signed EXPERIENCED waitress hostess &
part time cashier. Apply/ In per.
WHITE roc ? ; RIGHT Quick Frozen son. University Inn, 1701 S. W
WASHINGTON (AP Presi- 13th 31. _
INSTANT D>:Y itEi CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS . Lb. 79c Headless Shrimp . Lb. 69c dent Johnson signed Tuesday a WHITE and help"lady.in Able ceramic to Keep ShOp.house May
i $1.4-billion hospital construction live In. Phone FR '55M
gi and modernization bill, and AVON CALLINGIncreased

i i 12 Qt.Size c NEW LOW PRICE! NUTLEY COLOREDMargarine hailed the present Congress as Fall business necessitates -
y a "better-health Congress. placing 3 women
I. 2 LB. 6J/s OZ PAREIITSGDOdNCaakeeplnt ..+ 1lb. immediately Real opportunity -
Johnson the
signed five-year
I.w.ut for those who qualify.
PKG. u ewne extension of the Hill-Burtcn Act Good opportunity for mothers

2 27C in the presence of a large dele- of school age children

:;. gation from Congress and of servicing Customers.Avon Write Cosmetic Avon,

government officials working in P O. Box 448, Gainesville.
When you buy 48 the field of health. Flo. or call FR 2-0421.

,I.b.;. I 6t'x i ot the regular p rice I The President said the peopleof 12 Mole Help Wonted
I b ,
E .. SPECIAL MARVEL STRAWBERRY this country always have SERVICE station
VANILLA CHOCOLATE or man and good
V been builders but
*?/ Ohfyjt11 fe great hospital mechanic. Experience required.
> Excellent
opportunity for right
a that many of the hospitals particularly man. Interviews August 22nd at
in the cities Shell Station Newberry Road &
larger ,

I! $jgs* Milk Vi gal. 39c are obsolete and out of date. CARPENTER Federal Hwy. 75.frame or trim:
Ice i Steady work subdivision w o rk
4 AsVus. : He said the bill will "help us In Palatka Ocala Gainesville.
Report to Bruce ,
"i V Good Nsusel/e tau.j4* Inv- ctn. i get started on that long overduejob" Young America Massey Homes.Fore.man. Rl*>
of modernizing existing ergrove Subdivision Rt. 17, East
Palatka' Fla. ,
hospitals.The .

bill extends the longtime WANTED bartender. Apply Hotel
Thomas in person.
1i NEW LOW PRICE! WHITE BEAUTYShortening program of federal aid for hospital -

construction, known as the MALE Trainee for credit manager
age 22 to 35. High School
Hill-Burton Act, with the addi tlon. Gibbs Furniture Store 102

lb. tion of .aid for modernizationof SW 1st Ave.

i t r sSl I .f rr 3 49c older hospitals.Egg .* WANTED, age retail 25-45 milk must be rout bondable salesman -
Apply to Jim Johnson at Carl-
ton's Dairy phone 372-5406 for ap-
3lB. B. can polntment.
E MECHANIC. over 20 with awn
: BAG 7 3c tools. Apply in person. Millers
+;44T $2.13 AP) The Esso.St. Mr. Miller 2106 SW 13th
1' +<
; Northeast Florida Egg Market WANTED experienced grill cock:
co"lI. SPECIAL! ANN PAGE BROAD FINE or EXTRA WIDENoodles apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant
;,' i Buy superb & -beanCoffee, prices to retailers: 310 NW 13th St -

.., .) see it ground right in the store! YOUNG .
Extra large 48-52 mostly 51- man 20 to 23 to fill vacancy

*.efc and Miorferf Vigorous and 52; large 46-49, mostly 47 49; Only hard in working progressive young company.man in

Win/ medium 37lfc-41, mostly 39-41; terested Aetna in Finance future ,need IS N.apply Main.Apply -

I RED CIRCLEllb. I BOKARiib. Egg :pkg.29t:: small 28-30 mostly 30. WANTED University of Florida
: student to work full time before
lb. lb. ,
Bag 75c 3 Bog 219 Bog 77'c 3 225 I Poultry at farms: fryers 14; school starts then part time
( Bog! hens light 5-6; 6.6PJ.Announcements. afterwards. Room rent to constitute
part payment. For Information
call FR 63012.

r Ann Page 2-lb. 9-or:. can Jiffy Brand 9oz. PkQS Mozota 1-Qt 1-pt bottle CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15
yrs old needed for paper routein

LOW SUDS Pork & Beans. 29c Brownie Mix 229cJiffy Corn Oil I I . 79cGr. 3 LOST & FOUND Wonderful the N.E.experience and N.W. for Sections.your

son, daily contact with the pub-
Maxwell HouseCoffee Mix for 8-oz. pkg. Giant Frozen Niblets or 10-oz pkgs. FOUND In Kirkwood, nice big lic prepares him for a leading role
t Dash young Siamese male with collar. in his future. For more information
> Detergent l-lb. can 85* Corn Bread lOc Mexicorn 389cJane Geolsby Owner' .verify 37?,J510 I .contact Louis C. tion call Dept.Gainesville 3771441. Sun. Clrcul-

Lady Betty Cucumber Wafer qt jar Jiffy Assorted 9-oz. pkgs. Porker Fresh 10-oz. pkg. 4 FULL TIME salesman wanted:- Re-

20lb. $469 Grant 79 Pickles . 39c Cake Mixes L 229cStarkist Potato Chips 39cJane ROOFING PERSONALIZED 4 SHEET SERVICE MET A[ tail perlence Ing. clothing Salary necessary and commensurate furnishings.In retail with sell Ex

Box Size Oed-O-Bit" Pasteurized 2-lb. loaf Light Meat 6Vi-oz: canChunk Porker Sugared or Cinn. box of 12 Wood.WORK all types. Call Bobby ability and experience. 5'j day
week. Insurance benefits. Write

Cheese Spread. 79c Tuna. 35c Donuts . 19c _LEARN TO FR ORIVEI 64707._Special attention regime! personal to box interview.441-A to arrangefor

DETERGENTBlue Easy to nervous or elderly. MAN over'21, vacancy In W. Alachua -
Way Driving School. FR
Co. or part Gainesville for
27002. Lie. bv
State of Fla_
Rawleigh dealer Full time preferred
CheerLarge KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON Will consider: ambitious
Beauty on A BudgetAll part-timer Many now earning U
-------------------------------- .
work guaranteed per hour and up. Wr te R awlel}S
NEW! Sultana Brand Halle:.. siXTXtJI 1ftIll.:.:" Perm $5 up Sham-set $1.50. up FA I 1320 1170. Memphis. TeM.
i 1 14 E. Unlv Ave. 372 7724
SANDWICHSPREAD tI PLAIDSTAMPS'i i ir :1'II S PlAID I Ii Open nights by appt YOUNG. to man answer high phone school, l wait education on
33 Giant 79 f'25&ba i !!I I 6 SPECIAL NOTICES customers In busy building supply
yard. No phone calls WriteP.
Pkg. 1 iii'
i I lIi! O. Box 450. City _
THANK YOU for making
i I', I With this coupon and purchase of: C 1964 PARADE OF HOMES the THREE male trainees, 21 to 2t.H .
Iii I ,
With this S Ed. Per
t coupon and purchase of: I' relocate Orlando
Ann Pure I : Ann Page Garlic or iI: the success it was Gainesville ion ll Center. 102 NW 2nd Ave
I. Page Strawberry t II' alI Junior Woman's Club Home
e :_ Jelly -oz2 jar 35c I:1 I! Onion Salt . 19c : Builders Assoc. of Gainesville DO YOU KNOW
Save! Dixie Home e
Products! :sat JAX. S-22-44 :i 3 / -Oz. Pkg. : 8 Baby Sitters Child Care THIS MAN?
1 fill Coupon good through Sunday August IX JAX. -n-M iI
Quart 49SPECIAL I:: se I Coupon good thrc-oh s"r4"y August 7J.Starlike,5 J:1I: KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE He Is between age 20 and 45. Hat
: his eye on the future and Is willing
Jumbo Cold Cups .. 14-or. 15 ct. 29c Jar ft 1'ii, : -. .:::IIIi: iIs Day wk.. or mo. Old Ncwberry to work
___ _________ ___:..Ir .._ V- Rd. Planned programs. Pick up forWHAT
-- -------- -------------------------------- at Llttlewood and Terwllliger HEWANTS

Dixie Cup Refills . 5-oz. 50 ct. 37c .. schools. Call FR 26667.
7 -- --- --- --
.iaii nun.ti.axis TINY TOT He Is looking for security In a sat.
Dixie Hot Cups .... 7-oz. 15 ct. 35c aried position that offers opportunity
SCHOOL for advancement plus the added
tt Incentive of commission He has a
Dixie Snak Plates 7-inch 35 ct. 53c i.m ..ftA&b1I : Visit UI and I" for you elf. good automobile He can be away
:h.j'' \\IV 51. FR 4-7800! from home four lIghts: each week
COMPETENT mother will tare (home weekends) and can accept
Dixie Paper Plates. 9inch150 ct. 1.23 I, for children. reasonable in her employment at onee High school
: With this coupon and purchase ef: i home at toe SE 1st Ave. Phone education or equivalent required.
FR 64481. __ I IF YOU ARE
Dixie Partition PIES ,:s With $2.50 Purchase .f WOULD like playmate for lit-

Plates 8-inch x 10inch15 ct. 49c School Supplies !i': tie girl days. Age 2 to 5 my. Play THIS MANYou
,l. .. equipment. Phone FR 27471 see 64
will be paid starting salary
JAX. t-2244 ..1r at 2221 N. W 55th Terr._ sass month and bonus. You will
Dixie Paper Plates 7-inch 50 ct. 43c till Coupon good through Sunday August 10. iii: < II FEMALE HELP be given per a complete and successful.
l-lb. 8-01. 39 WANTED training program (at company e <
1I1HfH : .6 penses). Your future and secunt
Each I----------------------------- WHIT housekeeper for an a.I lderfy will be Insured.
couple, prefer middle-aged lady to For Personal
live In as one of family sit wk. Interview See
Starlike 5 Hole Punch-300 Ct. Hole Punch-500 Ct.
I COUNTER GIRL wanted 9 AJIA. to 3 PM
Filler Paper 47c Filler '79c perience necessary. Apply no Park ex. Thurs. Aug. 20. 144
Paper . Lane Cafeteria, Gainesville/ Shep- FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT
ping Center no phone calls SERVICE4T3
lb..19C Pearl-Pkg. of 12 3 Ring Vinyl please. GAINESVILLE S. W. 2nd, Ave flA.
ELDERLY lady wanted to live In
Pencils . 29c Binder..ea.88c and help elderly couple. Light 13-Help Male or Female
duties. Small salary Call. FR 6-
Waterbury Boll Point-Pkg. Loose Leaf 7656- PROFESSIONAL Insurance Corp. of
CASHIERS. Must be experienced. Jacksonville. Fla. now has office
MOUNTAIN GROWN VINE RIPE 2 Pens & Refills. 59c Dictionary. : ea. 39c One full-time time one part-time. Prefer in Gainesville., nmedlate, opening
part to be filled by University tar manager agents canvassers.
student. Phone Florida Call company epresenfative at
Shorthand Composition Book Store, FR t-Moi, Mrs. Mason 3764483, 1:30 to 11.30 for appointment .
for appointment._ and Interview
Notebook ea. 23cReg. Book. 80sheets39cJjiiper FULL time maid 130 per week. WANTED Retired couple wits
9 to 5-30 Good references required trailer house to be caretakers of
TOMATOES lb.19C Call FR 441U._ 40 acres of land. No hard labor.
Can turn out to be permanent position
BABY sitter wanted. Responsible
with growing business.
Save mature white woman for occaslanal Write Box 444A. Gainesville Sun.
Only Plafd'Stamps Prices bi this ad baby sifting own transportation
1. Cr are good thf'1Ml9llS"urd.y. desirable. Please write Box

FIRM RED RIPE f .} Get Fine Gifts Faster August 22- SECRETARY 442A Gainesville Girl Friday.Sun. Able to CHAIN Dealership LINK available FENCE

IHL GREAT ATLANTIC b PACIFIC (EA COMPANY. W4C. 601 SW transcribe accurately from dictating National organ'ration desires
machine. 5-day week. I 30 to local representative. Send tan
'2nd Ave. J P JA. Legal erper'ence helpful plate resume In first reply to*
but will train. Phone for appointment -
frjarketsUUH Close M.... thru V6-1Z71. STOVER FENCE INDUSTRIES

PEACHES 19 Wed.. 7 p.m. WANTED dry ,store saleslady/experience must&have references. lew- 201-A CULLMA'ALA.DOWNTOWN PLAZA.

A F ri.. S p.m. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co.

data Sat.. 7 p.m. .WANTED experienced waitress. Need Extra Money?
Apply Hum tJ Dumpty Restaurant -
> 310 NW 13th St. Expenses up with School

Laundry Bleach .. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS starting You ctn ears $2
Nine Lives Gerber Strained Liver Flavor Contadina or moro hour as full
or 1 Alpc Dog Food Earn up to U per hour demon per
KENLRATIONDOG 4 ctrtmg famous Studio Girl or part time Avon Repre

CLOROX65c Cat Food Tuna BABY FOOD Phone Cosmetics.:37 .43M Full after or e.Part Time. sentative. Our Saleswomen
FOOD Tomato Paste Beef Chunks earn fine weekly Incomes.

SalespersonFOR plus Savings Bonds. Corn

your expense money with
Got 1 12-0z Con 2/C 6 65C FOR a full time, permanent position Avon. Write AVON. P.O.
4-Oz. Jars 2 6 Oz. Cons 27C ))4fe.0z.. Cons, 57C I Experience In our U sales pref rred.-organization.. required. Apply Wilson's Depart or call FR 20421.
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15 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Salt .

: 34 Waterfront Property I ... C

WANT-AD RATES BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bh, extra 4 BEDROOMS, 2 bams. NW. Phone .
4 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake Wi. 19. shady yard. Westmorland 401'N.W. GR 5-4171. -p ,
not. 2 brm, 1 bath en Lake 13th Ave. Available on f .' _
Lak-a-wana. Call Gladys Smith short notice. FR -7tt3 for appt IIREDOPPAYING RENT? BURIOIwDtOfflX :
} PH. 3728441for Realtor Buy me for $100 down and pay '_

1228 W. University 3725393 FOR ONLY $450 down and! FHA ments of $65 per mo. I am 3 A _REAIWItUAILIUIMlR
r" approval you can have immediate BR In size about 6 yrs. old. ;
, WINFRED H. CRAWFORD possession and ownership of Located at 2316 SE 9th PI. on a ? NkIGIE..IDRNIl1t1IB1 SIvIe.oIAIGbi81A1

Reg. Broker, specallzing I In the best value house for sale In lot 100 x 1W. Call owner FR 42524 SI

Classified OnlyDEADLINES I'I'l LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.- NE Gainesville. :3 BR with air or 376-6710. 23. DIpper

r [ AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. conditioning. Paneled family room $600 down plus closing "6per __ I
GR 5-2911. loining .living-dining area for ex. month available September 1st. l.Ttoy- 26. Convergto _
/ I tra spaciousness. Electric range 3 BR, IV* baths. CCB close to 4.Mucaline 28. Rsh's 1AILII1fflIfrWA1
l SPECIAL and dlhwasher. Back yard completely schools' churches, dead
I 104 20*' Lot for mobile home enclosed by 7 ft hedge. end street. 1401 NC! ftlnlir. FR pronoun propeller IPIttTITI I oR1c1

u.S. thru Frt. paper* 5 p.m. Day before publication : $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at Volcano AIRftFtEJE.1
For ads to go 'In Sun. paper-It:00 a m. SaL Prairie. For appointment call 2213 NC 7th Ter.BLACK 2.31"A : z1 29. Atop E.ILI %

For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. FR 6-3052. ACRES STEAL crater SO.Moseofastronomy [ (

-= NEAR SMALL VILLAGE, ll.Wlndflower
(Minimum ad t lines) U Miles from Gainesville. PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 BY OWNERMUST $ .

bedrooms 2 baths hardwood sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 13.Shr.Fr.32.Also

FAMILY RATES 30 acres 12 acres cultivated balance floors central heat air-cond. large Fla. room, large liv 14. Powerful 33 Seeming _
I In wOOdland. tt mile State unit, electric range and drapes. ::ttf\o room, dining room, built-in ISIA1FiI [ {

f ............................................... 34c line Road frontage. Going at $6600. Lot 110' x 120" with shade trees. kitchen convenient to shopping demon: rar. contradiction

3 Insertions ....:..........:......................,...:..: 22c line = 3125 W. Univ. Av*. PR 44427. center and schools. Must see 15. Hired a 35. Stein
4 Insertions .............................................. 17e line CALL Br col- to appreciate; the value. No quah SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZU
12 Insertions! .................. ..... ............ 14c line Angle Real Estate NOT N SUBDIVISION 3 fireplace.Fenced tying. Low down payment. Le- bock 36. Garland DOWN Chemical
entaU hardwood floors
Total' charge computed jting ( rate cited In
by total lines x earned bade yard. Near St. Pa nice NW section it 1321 17'Hcrajcwlng 37. Irrigate
x number of Insertions. c. L. l.Cnln. clement
NW 21st
Angle, Broker tricks. KlrbY Smith Schools.I $11.- Ave. Phone FR 1-2633. Club-foot 39. Location
O. J. Angle Associate ... including pagoda 7.A ion&ern
500. FH. $7J per mo.
< Five letter line fl 4404 N.W. 13th 374-627 MCKINNEY 40.
words per 5t. Sandy
taxes and Ins. FR 2734. 19.Raw metal 2.Hell' neighbor

LARGE 200 ft.rustic waterfront house on white Lake $wan sand. FIRST TIME ADVERTISED GREEN 20. Comfort 4%. Coaster 3. Eur. Blackbird Wing-footed

8 Pt. Same.s2IIies beach reduced price $19,500. New' Palm Springs model. One of DEATON 21. One 43. Piston 9. Opposed
ordinary type
_Phone 47S.SI11. the best looking homes we've ever
built. Four bedrooms. 2 tvllbaths 22.Handle 44. Porker'sI'oughli Burning to Aftcathcr

t 1 12 Pt.Same as 3 lines $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! beautiful brick facade REALTOR home 5. Within 10. Radicals

ordinary type 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe excellent kitchen/ arrengement.
nver. with Vi mile Rd. frontageon $14,900. No down VA HIBISCUS PARKA 12. Wire mca -
1 18 4 lines St. Rd. 236 less than 3 ml. FHA only 1800 down. Price In- I'I'U I I Quality Location I S P7'/:1f: ; 7 J 19- urement
typ W. ef High Springs. About 10 I cludes fully sodded front lawn words Condition tnat- Space best describe- are the this key 3-- Y".h : : : 16. Loss of
S acres cleared farm house shed -
ga* lamp swim club member
and storage room. spring. Ideal fine property. You and your fanvtly 17- lit IS speech18.IIaut
would be pleased with this I
Club or Camp site. ship.VILLAGE '
GREEN beautiful 3 B.R. 1 bath with din-1 I
Same U S line
1 24 Pt. ordinary type I A. FOSSEY. Realtor By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. ing and Fla. room home. Seven If. IS 19.Boor
11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph 376-1359 290 N. E. 15th ... blocks from the Univ. and elem.
3747971MOVEINTOMORROW Chool. In most desired and restricted -- :20.Fr.aiJtdish

I FIVE RETlREMENyRENDEZyQij rooms and bath on Lake $Al I Unusual floor plan sets this three streels -neighborhood price Is most-realistic Paved 828 If 5-,. Maided

IP pt! Same: as 7 lines to. Furn., Incl elec. range GE You should see this fine property I, 10 1Vh
bedroom two bath home apart
Call FR '
ordinary type refrigerator oil heater good water from others. Lifetime terrazzo before you buy -'// // 24.Slowest.
dock and boat shed. Lg. 3317. '
cleared lot. $10,400. 468-1758. floors newly redecorated. Builtin c4WLAwkLQ it 21 a 2f IS 25.Intention
kitchen. WOO. down Includes IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY tI : 27.A sUUiH

The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one OVER3lcres of lake front, many. closing. tioi. per month Includes This 3 B.R. 2 bam home completely rector
bearing trees. Also 5 furnished taxes and Insurance. 19
Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In advert g pecan furnished! Including k I 11- its Inexpensive to look glamorouswhen U'7 za
houses with dock and deep Hugh\ Edwards Inc.
extent than the cost of the space occupied S chen equipment, can be purchased 28. FrtntcaTQcat
tisement to a greater well pump. Many extras. On ;376-79/1 you can knit a capelet that ,_ ,
by the Item hi the advertisement. No adjustment will E Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis for $12,400 with a reasonable looks like mink.Jiffyknit Jl yz 31.Wanderer
r be made on errors tnat do not materially effect tht value of =a Jewelry Co.Cedar IDLEWILD -- Painted (:CII, ] BR's down payment Seller will carry "mink" marvel to wear ,, =
the advertisement. |j 2 baths, Fla. Rm.. bullt.ln range balance by 1st mtg. 6 per all year Takes 6 (40 gr) balls mo. 32. Cars
& oven. cent. heat room air-con cent Int. payable $100 per Mo. hair. Knit purl bands give mink 35 [Yf 3? 33. Ratify f

The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or reS 5 Key Shoresfine ditioning. Ig. shaded lot. near Call FR 2-3617. look. Pattern 838: Directions all .4 34.Indigo
lecting any advertisement which it deems objectional and to = new elem. school. 3764109.BY sizes.
homcsites from $2250 36 jr 3
change the classification of any advertisement from that org YOUR OPPORTUNITYTo Thirty-five cents In coins for this plant

dered conform to the policy of the aer. | non-waterfront from $1510 WOOD OWNER SCHOOL.- 3 NEAR BR. 3 WEST-bath own a 3 B.R. 1 bath homeIn pattern add 15 cents for each 35.Mortal

..___.J"lI1llmmmmnJlIIIIIJt""IJlIIIIIIJlIII"'nfIUIII"'nllll''nn mwmnqmrn.q., Marina LocationsINVEST Ig LR, family room. built\ in down the and N.W.monthly area for payments only $400 of pattern for ist-class mailing and "; 7: tlo 41 3 7. Small
muouIL.4euw"w.-w.u.en..uulI.wwgiutIIIIJq.1wwIluuM kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING special handling. Send to Laura
"1.00. Call FR 23617.ASSOCIATES. -
Wheeler. Gainesville Sun Needlecraft tumor
13-Help Male or Female 32 Mobile Homes For SoleS : facilities needed here _assume mtg.& Call HEAT.376-2W.$1000 and Dept, P. O. Box 161, Old 42 4 1* 38. King: Sp.

Chelsea Station New York II, N.Y.
RiUcratt 2 Br.. lronFKTF. Motel Locations J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER 41. jfcraok
Placement Service Davis Wiltshire Pastime 23 minAP Nsl"rn 8-1'
Col. J. W. H. J.
Office. Professional 10 x 46' S2JOO. Bank financing. GLADYSSMITH NAME ADDRESS and ZONE.
INVEST accommodations Multiple Listing
Technical O-Kay trailer Court 4th trailer in. : NEW FOR 19651 200 designs -

College GraduatesFor FOR RENT or sale 1962 New needed BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ more fashions to knit, crochet than
appt. call 372-4277 By 'Investing I in U. S. Steel Home ever! Plus :3 FREE patterns. embroidery ---
12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. Moon trailer 10 x 55. will take ANDREWS- built In this I : by dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts.
Monday thru Friday smaller trailer for equity andtake 372-5393 ALACHUA HOMES INC. for new Needlecraft Catalog. 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt

102 NW 2nd Avenue 21313. 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy Model Home Opening every Sun. PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt "WANTED7' home for a nice 2BR JU.OGQ 3 iR home for $12,950. reducing I
CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 Lake plus the luxury of true con-: from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning Book. For beginners experts. Send house. NE section. Must be OPEN HOUSESunday equity to $3,564 to be paidIn
14-Sales Help Wanted FEDERAL QUALITY temporary living. This architect- August\ 16. 3331 N.W. 2> Pt 50 cents nowl seen to be appreciated. Completely cash or $500 down I second

HOMES INC. FOR SALE Charming home 300 designed home features modern Compare cost with III other :3 Insulated with 2 one ton air Aug. 16 2:00 S.OO P.M. mort. Mo. Pay. first mort. $73.
4120 N.W. IJth St. GainesvilleFR ft. on Lake Rosa. Good fishing kitchen with Mexican tile counter. bedroom 2 bath fully air cond. conditioners. Large lot with a 933 NW 36 Dr. See this 3 Br.. second $30. Almost new, Ig. liv
LICENSED Real Estate salesman.SIM 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. L swimming. Central heating 4 Screened courtyard, entry court homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY 35 Houses for :Sale pump. Close to schools & shop 2 bath CB home, built-In sur ing rm.* a> dining rm. tile bath,
a week drawing account. bedrooms 2 tiled baths cathedral and porch. Living room with 30 TIME." ping. Call for ppt. 372-1629. 1515 face range wall oven plenty terrazzo floors G.E. equipped kit.,
Large volume builder developing TWO mobile homes<< on 'large shady living room. large screened foot stone fireplace wall. Separate NE 6th Terr. : cupboard space near Littlewood ample closet space screened II

f; 3 Reply; areas.to Position Box 494-A In c-o Gainesville.Gaines lot.Each complete mobile home with has deep screenedin well. porch. Complete electric ally I dining bookshelves.room. This Many is built-ins a home and toe REDFRANKS FREDARNOLD 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB, cent. heat and Immediate& Westwood. Fine neighborhood, x 6674 20 porch: N. W. SectIon 376

patio. Must be seen to appreciate. : equipped kitchen utility room, 3 cherished. air condo 100 x 160 lot. 1900 sq. occupancy
ville Sun. Live In one rent the other. car garage maid's room. work. : REALESTATESWIMMING ft. paneled family room Fireplace
WANTED 3 MENto 376-4470. shop large dog kennel. Beautiful screened cathedral ceiling. Shadow Lawn Mary Moeller. Realtor 37 Real Estate ExchangedFt.
Salary trees bushes. etc. 30 min. fromUniversity. GLADYS SMITH POOL. Estates. Owner leaving State. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471
assist me In my business. SCHULTZ. Early American. 2 bedrooms Phone Melrose CR porch a> Florida room. big lot 373-9896. Lauderdale 3-2: horn; $13.500.
plus commission If qualified 10x50' Hillcrest TrailerCourt 5-9241 or Gainesville FR 2- 051 or REALTOR in a grove of tall live oaks central 2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown Trade equity for Gainesville
Also company bonuses. NeatIn heat & Central .I, ondltlon- payment $60 per mo. Located
Lot A.5. spy your broker
appearance 21-40. Car necessary 1228 W. University 37M313 Ing all ilddP to make this NEW at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call home. acreage or what-have-you
Call Mr. Haney 372-0500. Bath home with REALTORLOW Call 376-6943 evenings
modern 3 BR 2 1 16 Story Colonial in Gainesville'snewest Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. m
Scott & Fetzer Corp. between t CONNOLLYMobile 3 S Houses for Sole 4239 NW 10th St. built-in kit. and built for low :
Desirable :3 BR and most exclusive N.W. Hibiscus Park.
2 bath home. about the ultI- NEAR University 39 Out of T.wn Property
S. 10 AM. Monday. Wednesday Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 large Fla, room & patio. Lot100x176' maintenance lust LIV. DOWN PAYMENT location. This 4 bedroom. 2 bath Lovely house & lot excellent con-
fc Friday. 3 B R. 1 bath. cen. heat. built-in mate for IDEAL FLORIDA
bedroom mobile homes. Many home features wall to wall car. dition. $72 mo. Under 12000.
lots of trees. 4 Bedrooms 2 baths. NW location
floor plans. 7 year financing. even and range paved street Beautiful lots NW section ING. Can be bought with rea. washer dryer and refrigerator pet in living room and dining 2717 N.W. lit Ave. FR 64182.no STARKE: II room. 3 bath homeon
16--Work Wanted Female Drive out today. 3 miles Southof fenced yard. 1520 SE 23rd Lane. sonably low down payment 1 assume all like new. $91.27 total room. built-in range and oven answer FR 2-7217 after 5 large lot. Close to Bank
376-1880. existing financing with Church Schools. & market. Ideal
Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. Commercial property I monthly payment after 5450 dishwasher and disposal, cen. heat P.M.
work. 37&- 571 acreage reasonable monthly payment. and air conditioning: double garage for home office apts. nursing
LADY would like to do day down. See this today.
Transferred. Dn. 3 Br., 2 bath.
MAKE AN OFFER on equity. and large patio. Front entrance home beauty shop etc. Sell or
Phone 3762795DOCTOR'S FOR SALE Nwberry Trailer Park, Din. room. screened porch, near E. C. "Curly" Kuehn' Jr. Call 376-0817. accented by natural set M : trade for Gainesville property.H. .
one mile north on 41, $600 down school. $14.500. Immediate occu- WHY RENT?
receptionist experienc 434 N. Main St. ting of pear trees and fully sod- G. Bollmger Starke.
ed. Phone FR 9955 after 6:00 560 month. Total $9.900. Ora Ball pancy. 1428 N.E. 14th St. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 $1500 DOWN Approx. $145 per mo. Immaculate 2 bedrooms, beamed ded front lawn. May be seen _

P.M. and Sunday. Archer Fla. Incl. taxes & Ins. buys modern ceiling Living Room, lay e Iy at 4411 N. W. 17th PL or phone MELROSE BEAUTIFUL:
N. W. 3 BR Retio'ential 'Incomt
SECTION. 2 bath. 41
yard. Would rent for $100. Pay
Lowest prices. easiest terms largest 3 BR 2 bath Central heat & Ridgeway Construction Co. 372-
WHITE Christian reliable lady display In central Florida. kit. with bar & din. area built. GLADYS airconditionlng. built-in kit. Incl. U533 monthly after $350 down. 6624.Immediate. 2 story partly furn. home. WUI
housekeeper or in oven & range paneled llv. rm. 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also .*
wants a |lob as We dishwasher. Walking distance trade for Gainesville home.
trade for anything. Free delivery
with WW carpeting $150 dwn., rental 308 ft.
for children while you property.
vacation 37?-8MB. up to 100 miles.IRAILER $90 mo. FR 20309. SMITH frontage. 300 block N.C. 3rd
erf on PROPERTYWith
MART SCHOOLS. Live on :3 acres In modern 3 bed- INCOME
Ave. Will sell together or sepa
land zonedfor
concrete block house with appr. on acre
18 Schools & Institutions Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 3725393Four DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. ft Check inside tiled bath. Off NewberryRoad. housing units.' 4 propertieson rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR I-

East Palatka Phone 328-1050 PARRISHPRESENTS the outside then call us for appt. Pay $1.000 down and $90 NW Uth Ave. Strategic location 47H

HIGH SCHOOL a I x 40 trailer with 8 x 20 furnished bedrooms 2 baths. within to Inspect; this EXCEPTIONALone per month and start country livng > available now. :
Ican In walking distance of the Medical owner home. Many unexpected Occupancy 42 Forms & Acreogt
at home free booklet.! A m t r cabana close to campus student .
School. Older brick home
Airconditloning. IN COUNTRY
P. O Box 16661 Jackson- park only J12CO. Call FR 6- features.
School.win.. *.. Fla 32216. 2797. See at lot 21, Inquire lot Florida room, fireplace double Walk to METCALF HOWARD 4 BEDROOMS 10 acres with 2 bedrms 1 bath on ACRE lots on paved road :7 miles
-- 15 in Glynwood Park behind Fla. garage. BISHOP or ST. PATRICK'S Beautiful setting on large lot In CHOICE two. three end four bed good road appr. I mL from from city limits. Only $2200. Call
IBM machines. 02+026. limited enrollment As little as $1.000 John Merrill, Realtor. FR S-144
Power on Archer Rd. CONVENIENT. easy walking distance SCHOOLS. town.
Malore Gardens. New construc room at convenient loca.lions.
forming. Make an OFFER. One of best
classes now to downtown. 2 bedroom our down will handle I low monthly
Howell's Business College 211 W. frame cottage on paved street buys In a :3 bedroom 2 bath payment. Total price 14.500 tion. 4 bedrooms 2 baths, central Quality construction plus COMPACT ACRES on KIncald Rd
Univ. Ave. Phone 3763507. Ya'll home. Large Florida room. tire 376-0817. heat hardwood floors double bonus features such as: real M. & 12 acres NW
ComeSee east of new Post Office building. Call 376-2927 r plaster walls fully sodded lot 3 bedrm., 2 bath CB. cent 20 acres Farnsworth Rd.
place many bullt-ins acre lot. carport. $23.000.
SPEEDWRITING SPELLING Properly priced for a cash deal. Real- lifetime terrazzo floors GE central ac. modem kit. NE $11300.

CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING our custom-made 12.wides at Claude M.CRedw Lassiter Franks.Associate.Wm. HOW AND FIVE ACRES heat adaptable to A-C GE near shopping. Mary Moeller Realtor
Secretarial Courses Classes now GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- GLADYS SMITH tor. Myrtle built-In oven end a II
Business College. 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approved bedroom 2-bath home In this E. "Bill" Harris. Associate. Three bedrooms. 2 baths panelled brick fronts rustic range lamps 1019 W. University FR 6-4471

form.211 W.Howell's Univ. Avenue. FR e> available.Top Brands.See Dad 8 and yr. Brad financing Larsen very desirable area near the REALTOR 7 NE 1st St. Phone 376-0817 living room with fireplace. sidewalks swim club gas member Mary MoellerREALTOR WANTED Your FARM or ACRE..
University. Excellent financing Res 376-2927 or 372-7943 Eve. ft Range refrigerator air condi.
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ship.No PROS
3507. at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson 1221 W. University 3725393 AGE to SELL. We have
permits this property to be handled Week-ends by appt. tioner Included. Beautiful
Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Keystone PECTS waiting Call ALACHUA
Anna Hinson Caroline
MIN&: women 18 to M to train for with minimum down pay Noyes Member Multiple LIstingAMAZING
wooded site In roiling northwestarea. FR 6-4471
Heights. Open evenings and Virginia Power cash down VA.Low 1019 W. University REALTY ASSOCIATES.. 376-2448.
CIVIL Sunday. Close In location on paved Associates I
Examinations. For information road. Price $24,000. FHA down. E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler :
send name. address & Phone No. BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bedroom Also conventional, financing. Dick Durbin FREE ESTIMATES on
Key Training Service. 112 W. I WYATT- 2-bath masonry home with MERRILLNEW Yes you will be amazed when you FURNACES and
Adams St.. Jacksonville. living room. separate dining see this neat :3 BR 1 bath CB Move inTomorrow WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR. Quality
room family room with fireplace LISTING 3 or 4 bedroom home at S27 NW 36th Drive. You ARNOLDREALTY tile bath living. dining kitchen Central AirConditioners
Real Estate Exam modern built-in kitchen. 3 bath masonry home lust re can buy for less than $12,000. Florida rooms. chain link fence.
Trailer SalesHome I Central heat. painted Inside and out. 2 air Kit. furnished. Terms to suit COMPANY 2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR 6-

COURSE conditioning units double c a r your budget.YOU'LL. Multiple Listing Member 4179.
ATTEND First 'lesson tree. of FLORIDA PARK. Immediate occupancy port. laundry facilities and l large LIKE ITIf 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 NO WAITING TO QUALIFY
tiOWELL'$ DUSINESS COLLEwE: Pacemaker Mobile Homes I can be had on this comer lot. ONLY 11500.. DOWNI! Jane Caldwell Pete Slog
Ave Shasta and Alrstream bedroom home on live lust outside
COLLEGE. 2ia W. Univ. pleasant 3 you want to Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge FURNITUREI.
F 0 63S07. 3723777 Travel Trailers large lot. Walking distance to SUBURBAN Immaculate 3 bedroom City limits in a lovely 3 BR, 2 Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo HUGHEDWARDS by "jfoBfJVV
Ocala's First Mobile Home Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- IVi bath split level home bath CB home on a large shadedlot waiter Stoddard UPHOLSTERY **

28 Livestock & SuppliesFOR Dealer Since 1948 ley Schools.UNIVERSITY. can be bought under FHA for then let us show you this Jimmy Greene I. Best In equipment, using Internally

1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. $700. down payment one on NW 39th Ave. Just seeit. FOR SALE or rent. 2 bedroom For top quality workmanship Insulated ducts designed

with Phone 6291358 ACRES. Restrictednew It's priced right. home. $60 unfurn. To be shown I, call engineered and Installed
Sal Mare. excellent Ocala. Fla west Mde subdivision of IDYLWILD Call us to see this I 372-6142
SHORT OF CASH? Aug. 22 23 or call Orlando.Fla.
Children. $17S 4 mo. quarter. acre lots. Paved streets. NO beautiful three bedroom two INC. byALL
horse colt. $125. Phone 372-0811. CITY TAXES as these lots are bath house with central heatingand Then let us show you some of the 155-3703. GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING

WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a BUTTSMobile outside city limits. Suggest you air conditioning plus many attractive 2 & 3 BR homes you CLEAN AS A WHISTLE I North Central Florida's Largest UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING co.

dairyman to show us a better make your selection before pric. extras. can buy for a few hundred Beautifully kept must be seen. If Builder and Developer ISM N.W. IJtfc St. PH. 376-8268

dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills es advance. down. Excellent locations. you are looking for a 2 bedroom. ;: Furnished models at 2909 Ni 15th Free Estimates-PKk vp lCd DM NE Urtf ItvC
16 pet. All Pulteted Dral-\ ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom masonry St. delivery.
1 bath home with screened porch i 24 Hour Service
home with central heat built-in
Krunch. Over 1500 Its of P054per lot. Immediate 376-7971
on a large corner I
home for rent. Close to oven and range, dishwasher, disposal --
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ton. FMX Gainesville or Alechim. $11,500. See at --
University. Will lease for one and extra kitchen cabinets. occupancy.
Phone FR 21C95 or 461JT05 -
1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone
year at $16000 per month. Just listed for sale at less the
: ._ _ _ _ Homes replacement cost. ONLY $11.- Dick Robinson. Associate Ralph
SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom. air- 900. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. $S rgh Realtor at 376-1359 day
30 PETS & SUPPLIESAKC. INC conditioned home in good northeast M. Munroe. Realtor or II West University

location. unfurnished. $160- BLACK ACRES Priced at the Asso: S. E. McLaughlin Frank I Avenue.
German Shepherd pups. 00 month on lease for year. FHA valuation of $17.500. This C.
Reg. NEWs per Roby. Roy McCann, T. Douglas 3 BR, 1 bath. CCB carport. utll.
Very good stock. Call FR 2-306. 3 bedroom 2 bath marWN *
__ : 10 & ir WI DES 2 bedroom spacious Jr. rm., patio. Payments S69JS per
SEPTEMBER 1st. Large home real buyONLY -
? BLACK Male Poodle. Shots. worm- also unfurnished rental. $12500per sonry mo. Balance $8,268. 3 miles from
*d. style cut. Housebroken. $50. CAMPERS for $700 Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376.
month. lease year.
Phone FR 2-1378. We need 25 trade-ins this month FORDYCE 9615.
$1200 DOWN will buy this lovely
AKC Basset puppies Call us for the best deals. old 4 bedroom 3 bath two story UNIQUE 3 bedroom 2 bath home. AVE

481-2638 M. M.PARRISH home in the NE Section. ONLY Complete with largo paneled den.
376-8361 $16.000 CALL US NOW. REALTORFINLEY Only $17,500. Located at 3707 NW

SIAMESE kittens and stud service NW 13th St. at 6th st. On street 23rd Ave. For further details call

V registered. lilac blue and parking all around our corner. FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thorn-
chocolate point $55 up. Willlston Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each t John Merrill AREA as.

528-4<<8. _ _ _ week day. 1900 so. ft. 3 Bdrs.. 2 baths. large
3 Pekingese. 1 French poodle. I ASSOCIATES. INC.H. Realtor Fla. room. Fireplace. A-C & C-H CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
3 Bedroom 1959 46 x 10 ft. Knox Nearly new home in quiet neigh THIS WEEK'S IS ON
machine and other
Shots and wormed. All with papers. Hill Helen Graham washing many
mobile home with front kitchen. MULTIPLE LISTING borhood. Has fenced rear yard SPOTLIGHT
Phone FR 2-5029, 372-3113. features. Only $22, 00 and good
Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish .
L WW carpeting 10 x 20 screened PHONE FR 2 1494 376-1236. wall to wall carpet central air
AMERICAN Shepherd and English porch. Inquire Lot W3. or FR 19 NE First Street TeL 372 5375 ASSOCIATESMARCELLA terms. Call Fordyce conditioning three good size bedrooms

Shepherd puppies for sale. Wean- 6-9049 after 5'30 P.M. PARDI REDWOOD TRIM two baths. Extremely well PALM LANES BOWLING LANEStI.
ed. wormed and ready. FR 2-OC33. W.H.BUCKHANNAMSACRIFICE cared for home and grounds. $15.-
____ 2 baths pump for lawn. $500 da. completely built In kitchen. MOO 983. Owner willing to sacrifice tT .
33 LOTS FOR SALE SQ. ft. living area 3 bdrs.. 2 On Waldo Road
MINIATURE Dachshund. 2 out- Assume FHA mortgage. 27543 SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME some equity In this home to responsible -
lot in Mason
standing females. must sacrifice aJSO or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. Moving in 10 days. was $19,000 baths. Large wooded Can for .
ea. AKC. FR 6-8963. Serenola Estates Lovely residentiallots now $18,000 C. heat shady lot. Manor. Only $21,100 and low down party. appointment Palm Lanes, Gainesville's largest bowling alley features
near new school priced from NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath, 3708 NW. 22nd Place. 3723029. payment. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. to see. Hugh a restaurant, nursery & Pro Shop
JENNY BURROW (Sicilian 3 yrs. $3500. Call Gladys Smith. Realtor carport and utility room. $9.000 Inc. 376-7971.
old. ISO. 5240 NW 8th Ave. Old 122 W. University 372-5393 $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR NATURAL STONE Tli. restaurant caters to the bowlers with sandwiches,
Newberry Road. Phone :372-6667 23355 days. JWK fireplace Fla. room and patio Ir NEW 2 bedroom frame house. lust .dinners, soft drinks & beer. They serve while the
4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale. 000 sq. ft. 4 bdrs., 2 baths. Very completed nice wooded lot. 5

AKC. German Shepherd pup. 8 wks. Terms ean be arranged. J. T. 4 BR 2 bath, CCB A-C, Ig. utit large lot In a lovely NW neighborhood miles out Archer: ReS. 'F R 2-6570. lanes or* open.

old. papers and shots. $100. PhoneFR Howze. Rt. 4. Box 301. Gaines & tarn. rm.. near elem. school 3728404SO Only 26000. Call For Greatly appreciated by mothers is 0 supervised nursery
6-5363 after 2:00 PM. ville. Ph. 3721090. 376-1236. OCALA block 3 BR 2 bam trg.
& Boys' Club. $13400. $450 dn. dyce. open-beam ceiling. paneled din- where you can leave your child while) you bowl. This
LOT with 3 trailer spaces end 2 plus closing. 3729714. EASY to buy owner will
32 Mobile Homes For Sole trailers. Large awnings. 3 large cooperate fully with qualified buyer U. of F. ing ft family room with fire is a free service) provided by Palm Lanes.

patios. :3 septic tanks. lots of FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer m the purchase of this modern Golf Club manor close to Little- place Irg. fenced-in back yard. At the Pro Shop one can purchase bowling baHf,

; For Sale 1 BR air cond.: turn shade good rental Income. Just equity In 3 BR 2 bth, built-in home with a n. OO down pay. wood School :3 bars large living built-in 1613. kitchen. 372-3130 or 461- hoes, bags, or any other equipment ont might need.
outside city limits. For sale. FR kit.. terrazzo floors cen. heat. ,nent. Three bedrooms two room. Fla. room. closet space
trailer & enclosed cabana. Ex Palm Lanes is open 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. everyday -
4-S8S3. Phone 3768779.LEAVING baths. central built-in agiore. immediate occupancy. $13.-
cellent condition. FR 29884. 64 heat EXTERIOR small Impression -
gives when their hours from
kitchen. Florida room oak 500. Call Fordyce 376-1236. except Sunday art I P.M.to .
A.M. and 6-12 P.M. N.W. at $1150. up TOWN will sell my 3 of size. interior must be seen
floors 2 car carport. 10 x 20 2 A.M.
to be appreciated. Central heating
$3500 BR. 2 bath cent. heat built In
SALE. 1963 New Moon. 10x60 :3 utility room. Llttlewood- LOTS
front kitchen. living $3700Mary kitchen. home. You can save One lots. $1,700 to $7.500. and air conditioning. Well
BR. room $1500. Call FR 2-3826 or GR Westwood area. Let's be acre up kept home. not In a subdivisionprotect. Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- Selected areas
5-5922. Melrose.HIGHLANDS. sure to see this one. Large corner fenced lot.
0355 after S pjn. Moller. Realtor SO MUCH for the money. 1.300 Colored CCB. +Br.. study, 2

FOR SALE 1949 Trave house trailer 1019 W. University FR 6-1471 3 Br., 2 bath. quality square feet. plus carport and stor ACREAGE bath, financing arranged. 929 NE
200 acres at $235 acre W mile
with cabana Must be movedor ACRE lots for sale. built. 2 story masonry. Cent. age. Low down payment. Only $ > paved road frontage per good fence. 10th Place. FR 24401 days FR 6- DINING CAFETERIAS DININCDANCINGCOCKTAILS *
sold by Sept. 1st. Call 372 90000. Attractive two bedroom
heat reasonable down payment. nice building site best farm land 274 Evenings. -
2291 Price J71500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. house with huge Florida room; In county. GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA
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_Cor. Blvd. 372-B245. kitchen equipment included in FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroomCCB Closed for vacation repainting.
- This is economical liv.. STEAK ROOM
price. 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low STEER ROOM
Several wood tracts 2 to 30 7 week.
nice Open days a
CLEAN LOOK AIR CONDITIONED ing In a convenient NE loca down payment. Call 37'01' Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice
3 BR, 2 bathS. central heat out tion. acres from $200 per. acre to 3721933. Friday, Aug. 21th TIle finest In dining! enloyment
of city limits deep well. REA SO GRACIOUS so spacious, vacant $400 per acre. stun prepared to your tasteon Remember We'll see you then. Cocktails & dancing In our J ung..
power located at 3616 NW 34th $600 No qualifying $85 per our open hearth. Holiday Inn Palmer & Sue Long No cover No minimum
and ready for Immediate
St.CaU. occupancy. month :3 BR 2 bath built-in 1900 SW IJth St. FR 6-1266. FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
Beautiful hardwood floors pine
_ stove. ten. heat nice yard. 4562 N'* 13th St.
RAGSWANTED panelled family room. lovely en-
i 372-2372 or 376-1190. tertaining space three large Drive by 4215 N.W. 21st Ter. BILLIARD'S BOWLINGPALM *

FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. bedrooms. two tiled baths two INC. PARADE Of HOMES MODELThe UNIVERSITY INN

fuel tank. 100 shrubs. brick pa- car enclosed garage already Multiple Listing Realtor Tropicana by Hugh Edwards.Inc. CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun LANES Charcoal Steak Room. Smorgas.

tio. fenced yard near elementary connected Outstanding to location.city sewers.Out Grace Fordyce. Broker has been widely acclaimed for not only young men WeTl be closed August IOTA thru board Cocktaa Hour S to 7. 2

and junior high schools. of town Associates: Gainesville's most beautiful home BUT young women too. the 17th. for reservklng and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Dane
owner U ready to
screened porch 3 BR, I bath. selL Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden in Its price range. You may now Bring your dates of our alleys. We'll ing tB 2 AJM. to Bobby Griffin's

$500 down. If you qualify FHA. O. C. Gay Dick Banks own this marvelous home completely Open 10 AM. tn 12 P.3*.. see you the 1.... 2606 Waldo Combo It Richard Parkers orches
See at 925 N. E. 20tn Ave.
Frances Hough Sarah Goulden equipped with central air 905 N. Main Street Road 376-4654. trio 190. S.W. 13m 5?. FR 6-2442.
SEE PRESS ROOMGAINESVILLE FLETCHER HEIGHTSFor J. W. Kirkpatrick 926 W. Univ. 3761236BY conditioning dishwasher, disposal.

SUN sale by owner. :3 BR's hardwood Realtor OWNER concrete block :3 bedrooms built-in patio gas oven bar.and.q grill range.for and only TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
floors. 2 tile baths cen. 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 2 baths large convent
heating Fla. rm. 14 x 20 dbL ASSOCIATES: ent. See at $21300. Ask to see this luxurious ENTERTAINMENT
101 S.E. 2nd PLACE carport lot 100 x 140 with nice Fktye Mathiasen Irene BunneO 4 BR modern home on 1 acre of home at your convenience.
shade trees. 25000. 3936 S. W. Capt. A. W. Reece USN Ret. land. $7.300. Terms. Phone GR HUGH EDWARDS. INC. CALL 372-8441.
3rd Ave. FR 2-3774. Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin 5-2277. 376-7971






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43 Colored Property 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 56 Business OpportunitiesMONEY 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sal .
HOMES FOR SALE TWO BR. I bath, stone and con MAKER New business. KODAK
Repma reflex S with 50- T-V antennas. $3 single stack. $7
2 5. 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. I. crete
house. Freshly painted Good location near Shopping mm f 1.9 normal lens; 135mm double stack. $13.00 complete kit. 2 EXECUTIVE HOMES
7th Ave. Small down payment. walls inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady Center. f ..5 telephoto lens; 60mm screw Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave.
THE TIME IS NOW monthly payments $57 to $65. yard. No children or pets. Call Gladys Smith Realtor in filters and aux. lens case. All
Also homes built on your lot 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 63035. _1228 W. University 372-5393 in first class condition. $200. Day- CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 4-BEDROOM-2-BATH J-BEDROOM-2-BATH
with no down payment. Ph. time 3721145. nights 3724537. and Used $40

FR 24125. 49 Rooms For Rent 61 Wanted to VINYL pool adult size IS feet In Complete line of photo supplies S Enclosed Swimming Pool a Enclosed Swimming Pool
INC. Family Room Family Room
diameter $30. Phone FR 2-2145.
43-1 COLORED RENTALS BUSINESSMAN or student large 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 Bunt-In Kitchen Built-in KItchenS
bedroom to share 3 bedroom Chouse for used appliances GOLF clubs with bag $50; May REUPHOLSTERED Room
Do You Have A Room your 2 piece sectional Laundry Room Laundry
ApartmentOr NOW RENTING with single man. $50 per furniture. clothing. etc. Call Wil. tag wringer type washing ma- I dressers bedroom suites. Wall-to-Wall Carpet Wall-to-Wall Carpet
month. Call FR 6-0629 after 6 hams Service Center Hawthorne chine. $40 toaster, $3; and elec. round mahogany dining table Room
I Dressing Dressing Room
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex P.M. Rd. 372 3937. deep-fryer. $5 FR 66895.
with 4
leaves .
reclining chairs
House to Rent? Central Heat Air Cond. Central Heat Air Condo
apartments. large living and LARGE room for men for rent 6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG wicker sofa & 2 chairs. and
dining area modem kitchen with 64 Household GoodsT.V. Repossessed '64 Model Dial-O-Matic. other household Items. Nearly
or double access to showers
fan, large storage closets terrazzo and Swing Needle sewing machine. Nu. Furniture_!. Shop. 316 NW 8th Beth Homes totaled in beautiful high dry wooded area with
floors. tile baths space heat. refrigerator. Phone FR does all kinds of fancy stitches. paved streets city water and sewer
er and hot water heater. facill 21981 or 3721185. 416 N.E. 2nd .. 24 Console. excellent condition buttonholes sews
on buttons.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS ties for washing machines. and Ave. works perfectly.' Dan Hei- blind hems. overcasts. appliques. ". s.isk. hotwater heater
man. FR 27191. gas stove two electric 30 FKED MASON BUILDERFR
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th FOR business etc. Responsible person to take cup ,
Ter. or call for appointment 372. man or student mas- AIR CONDITIONER, kelvinator, 10. over 5 payments $734. Call Mr. coffee pots. Pool room. phone 2-8340 FR 2-3182
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit 5321 or 372-5372. entrance ter bedroom garage T.V.. phone space etc.avail.. prl. 000 BTU only 1 year old lust Parker 372-7680, United Sewing 4421985.Boyds Pool Before Room 8 or 9 after A.M.6. Or to

Call 372-6310 or 444-3281 after 6. cleaned & serviced. Phone FR Center. midnight.
44 Cottages for Rent I 444-3281 after 6. 2-6019. FOR SALE full size Apex Ironer
LARGE ONE 40" Electric range. excellent like new. Original cost $299 Only
RENT modern furnished corner room adjoining private \
cottages condition. Phone FR 2-1533 for In $125. GE Elec. Oven Roaster
on Lake Santa Fe by week or I bath and entrance maid and formation. original $49.95. Good As new.
season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. linens 2 working girls or 2 business '
$25. 53 Studebaker
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU men. Can be seen at )U 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like new. overhauled. Good fishing engine lust and HOUSE HUNTING!
45 Furnished Apts. NJV. 2nd St. $80. Call 372-6081. after 5:30 P.M. hunting car. $75. Call 376-5348 until
NICE comfortable ELEC. stove $15; gas stove $25; 6:00 or 591-6064 after 6.
DAY until it is rented: room in full top station wagon carrier.
BR apartment. $60 per private home. $8 week or J3f $15; sm. space heater stand-: WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator nice,
month. FR 6-1502. month. Men only. 1017 NE 8th tank $15. 376-2693. $45; Century 3-speed 14" oscillatIng -
Ave. FR 4-3108. fan. $10 222 S. E. 20th
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: NICELY furnished convenient NICE clean room in private home GE full-size stove good cond. $50. Phone FR 6-1416. St. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
West. Hse. frost-free almost
downtown area. $75. Adults only. for gentleman. NW refrig.
no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music FR 60006. section. Phone new $125; din. table for NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera
$40 per mo . $1.33 per day Store. trailer blond fin.. $15. FR 2-0982 Automatic 101 with flash. Regu-
after 4 p.m. lar $129.95, August Special $105 FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS $15,825
FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE 53 Office-Desk Space Ph. 376-1258 1021 W. Univ. Ave. -
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day BEST FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30
Large well furnished air conditioned OFFICE space for rent near Uni- gal. with gas heater attached also I. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY I The brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
1 bedroom apt. Quiet location versity. Phone FR 6-3012. 150 gal. butane gas tank. Com INC.
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day per mo., couple Ph. 372-4'57.only, no pets, $125 OFFICE space for rent including plete well with pumps.gauges, Inquire 2 crane Lewis shallow ; FORMICA top 18x20" boards for I Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Call us for the rental you need. central Ing. utilities heating and private air condition parking Jewelry Co.TAG. or end cutting or kiddie board table.etc.fish SU cleaning G'ville natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. lot. 111 SW Third St. APPLIANCESTested Auto Top Shop.

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day REALTORS and Guaranteed "GIVE AWAY PRICES TV city services.
926 W. Univ. 376-1236
54 Business Rentals 42 Refrigerators from $39 up guarantee on picture tube

$70 per mo . $2.33 per day EFFICIENCY month. Phone APARTMENTS.4663448. $50 FOR LEASE 17 9 Washers Ranges from from $19$39 up up yr.$39; refrigerators $25; sofabed THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
8 and chair. $29. sofa bed. $19.

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day EAST SIDE Modern Downtown air cond.location.suite near of offices.court 2 2 Food-Freezers Dryers Dishwashers from from from$49$49$99 up up new Call Williams platform Service rockers. Center.$1295. MODELS AT $14,500. .
house and federal up

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day GARDENAPARTMENTS 372-7943 or 6-0817. building. Ph. JIM 10 TV VOYLES Sets APPLIANCE from $33 CO.up QUAILS Hawthorne for sale.Rd. 3723937.Live or dressed. THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store W NW 8th Av*.Ph. 372-ST03 _
Phone 481-
$85 $2.83 building W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
per mo. . per day
$57 per month up per mo Call Hershall Haynes. 66 Misc. For Sue XACTA CAMERA like new.
FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mlzell FR
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Gainesville's Finest 6-7551. ELECTRIC lawn mower. Perfectfor half price. Call 372-1693. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
Furnished or unfurnished FOR RENT 1,000 sq. ft. warehouseor small lawn. $15 376-2771.
$95 mo . $3.16 Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart store room. 2188 SW 5th St. MODELS $13,000.
per per ment. :309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- SSO per mo. Call Hershall Hay LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
9608. Dex.A.Diet Tablets Only 98 cents. PRESENTINGIn
nes FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mizell.
$100 mo. . $3.33 IDEAL FR 6-7551. 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug FHA
per per day for 3 students 3 Irg. rooms Company. young executive area another and VA Walk to elementaryand
kitchen & bath.
Partly furnished. Three rooms and off-street park FINE custom designed &
6-9992-$105 mo. 923 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR ing on S. W. 4th Avenue. Can built home.Featuring. junior high
be leased for $75 per month. Call New Brick Homesby : fireplace air From $400 down
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR TRAILER for rent. 48 x I ft., couples Alachua Realty Associates. 376-I I conditioned. paneled family Better living and
preferred. Phone FR 6-2869 2448. room. kitchen. a dream
for appointment to see. LARGE Shop building. Long term; Builderbedrooms. with luminous ceilings S. From $79 per month resale value.
NEWLY decorated apartment, fur lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th pantry 3 BR 2 bath fences. .
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS nished. Phone 472-2295 or 472- Ave FR 6-5568. 3 & 4 built-In kitchen patios & many other extraordinary
2371. Newberry.ONE equipment. cen. heat. VA no ideas. Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
bedroom furnished duplex 56 Business Opportunities down payment. FHA from $700
apartment for rent. No pets, no down-no closing costs. Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr. left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
single people S40 per mo. Corner TRUCK STOP
of NW 13th St. & 41st Ave. Capital Builders Inc. WIMBERLY ESTATESNW

42 Farms & Acreage 43 Colored Phone FR 63419. Restaurant US 441 location, South with of Lake 1320 City Feeton N.W. 37th Place & 6th Stre.tOPEN 36th Ttr. elf NW 39th Ave Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire
Property TWO bedroom. CCB lake Tiome. North of High Springs. Restau-: HOUSE DAILY Open Sundays at 2:00 or by
Clear sand-bottom lake with covered rant building and residence. Out appt. 3715489
to acres with nice home. New Guality Hugh Edwards built Call 372-0361 or 376-7788.
dock. Call FR 6-5821 or GR of state owner wishes 10 SELL.
70 Brick acres farm perm.home pasture. home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. 5-5217. T PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
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Call Gladys Smith Realtor As low as S4X per month with ONE bedroom electric kitchen HORN REALTY
1221 W. University 3725393 $2,000 down or will arrange termsto quiet location N.W. Section. No PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
pets 570. Call 376-7925. CORP. .
suit buyer. Located 443 NE
7]/2 acres. \0 miles out. 15th Street. :34 N. Marion St. Lake City. Fla.

s. E.$2000 SAPP.cash REALTOR. Hugh Edwards. Inc. 46 Unfurnished Apts. GROCERY Store for sale. DoIng MOVE UP TO LUXURYSee Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048

Ph. 2: BR, liv. rm.. din. rnTFla. good business. Reason for
4722000 Fla. Phone 376-7971
Newberry. room, 3505 NW 17th St. $75 per selling. leaving town. 519 SW 5th
mo. Call McKlnney-Green Realtor Ave. FR 61482 from 7 am. to

,. FR 23617. 7 p.m. ____ __ __ these eight beautiful homes designed toj BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

UPSTAIRS large apartment kitchen take of real Florida located!
COLOREDRENTALS 'I dining room 3 bedrooms car 3 6 4 Bedroom Models In [ advantage
space and lawn
downstairs. J'O
per mo. Must be permanent. Not SHADOWLAWN in SUBURBAN HEIGHTS. Gainesville's newest -
suitable -- - -- -- -
for small children. C;;' ESTATESF. -
472-2136 or write Suwannee Drug D. OLIVER | prestige address.
Co. Newberry. Fla.
Duplex apt. for rent. Excellent Individual Styles For You N.W. 43rd St. & N.W. 17th PI.
residential location. Two bed
BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW rooms.per month.Kitchen Hugh equipped.Edwards$85.00 Inc.- .. Well Quality planned material living a\ workmanship areas OPEN FOR INSPECTION

376-7971. Built four of Gainesville's
UNDER CONSTRUCTION A community you would be
47 Houses for Rent Furn. proud to live In 1:30 to 6 P.M.
Drive West on N.W. 39th LEADING BUILDERS
ON> Lake Geneva 3 bedroom fern, Ave. past the Glen Spring In-
room. bath complete kitchen. tersection. See sign on left.
screened porch. space heater no FR 20866. I FRED MASON MACOMA HOMES|

Jacksonville.students. $75 per mo. 724-8374 OUR PARADE OF HOMES MODEL


STUDENTS 10 room turn house
for rent newly decorated 9 STEVEN FOSTER 3236 NW 28th Avenue
single beds
standing now. Lease HEIGHTSLocated
required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave
Call 4952375. Archer. :!!iWflflWllll2llflllfllllflflUUllfflUflllUflfluhlmliUllWWmUU/ llflfliflWEflmflUW08llUflmlUt$1tmUIlIl1I1Wi/
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FIVE room house, 12 mo. basis 6th St. New brick homes under
furnished suitable for male Univ. construction. Pick your own I I

<< student iently ;located not modern to Campus.but conven For: colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms.by | COMPARE i Busy Working Wives

more Information phone FR 4-3012.

.; FURNISHED 2 bedroom house ;
F'E rent. N. E. section. $110 month. Capitol Builders Inc. 1 THESE HOME VALUES I Look Forward to
Phone FR 6-9983. N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street

2 Bedrooms S Stove nood with light and fan ONE bedroom house suitable for Call 371-1361 or 376-7788 i BEFORE YOU BUY i
Large living dining area Double compartment sink one person or couple only. $50
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds per month. Hawthorne Rd. Phone
a Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills F R 2-4762.
S Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and i SAVE! IIIIUJUIDIUJUllDlmmmWDmnmmmmn CAREFREEKITCHENS
Large double sliding door shrubbery 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. I
closets Insulated Attic New HomesWESTVILLA
Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop 3 Bedroom house. One block from The following are ready for I

appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322 1017 SW 4th Ave.. 6 rooms, 2 baths The following Is now under E''
garage. Also IMS construction and will be 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. !
Take northeast tth ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. SW 4th Ave. 5 rooms. 2 baths ready
carport. 374-5140. for occupancy soon! 4 BR. T/j baths $1,990 dn., g in

-- I 3 BR. 1 bath home. SW section. No $145 per mo. .
3310 N.W. 30th PI.
students. For appt. call 372-5633-
'Gainesville's newest and most NW 16th Are. 3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $87

luxurious apartment building .. UNFURNISHED$110 per mo. Call 2 bedroom 374-7466.home. i per month. 3320 NW 30th Ave. I j HighlandCourt T

LAKESHORE 3 BR. 1 bath. complete kitchen at 37th St. I anmnullmnwllllllllIIllmunllllmmWlIlIIlIIIDI / 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn $77. =if ,I'
; near schools and shopping center. per mOo =
For Information call Manaro's II8BII
t, Restaurant. FR 2-4690. I
: : TOWERS Norwood E Manor
THREE bedroom
house 4 mile: III IIIIDImmtlll9lllllll I
North of Archer on 41. Phone WALTER STUBBSInc. E Working wives and busy
NOW LEASING 495-2214 Archer.SUBURBAN. '
i Hope
2 bedrooms. sleep ALL OUR HOMES ARE I home-makers alike appreciate -
ing room. living room dining OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY I Double
room. Large yard. Near bus. "H" Inc. SEEING ANYTIME IF Stainless
I the easy-to-care-for
Rent $45. FR 6-5829. Phone 376-5394

PAYMENTS In Westpark.LESS 2030 THAN NW 55th RENT.St., I We Trade Homes g E kitchens in Highland Court

by owner low down payment 3 "We trade houses" 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR I Full Size Eye-Level
B R. ,
Phone 372-0258.
I or Property Manor homes. They're designed .
6-5301 or FR7W
FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR I'HIBIIDIIII.tH"m'nMI. Tappan Built-in I Oven
frame house. $50 per mo. 2014 111IIIII1'lIUlIIIl"'lItIIIllllfHIlIllllIUlllllllr.llllllll. lnlllll''' ......_......,__.,_'='
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NW 35th Ave. Phone 372-8873. -.I.'nw..w..wlIIl1Im and Range, Gas or convenience,

3 BEDRM, unfurn. NE Electric
feature the finest
3 Bedrm. unfurn NE materials. -
2 Bedrm. unfurn. NW BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN .
3 Bed Rm., 2 bath turn.. split Range Hood Fan \ Inspect one today!
level $22500 mo. ,
Mary Moeller. Realtor SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS and FilterSafetyedge

1019 W. University FR 4-4471 _ _ _

LARGE. unfurnished house. for NO MONEY DOWN .JSL S Formica
rent in Waldo. $35 montn. Con
LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: tact Mrs. Boles FR 6-3689. Cabinet Tops / 14 models

2 Bedroom. kitchen equipped. I V A Village 'd' Qmn
Swimming Recreation Room space heater, garage. Adults I
Acre of Picnic Ground Central HeatS only. $65 Mo. 20 & 26 SE 9th St. Custom, Chip-Proof 1340018.200
Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities F R 4-5724 for Info.ADVERTISE LOWEST FHA DOWN
by Hugh Edwards Inc. Built-in Cabinets
Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute 376-7971 I / Nothing Down VAS
Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks IN THE
3 kievaron PAYMENTS r// I Genuine Wall-tex ($100 Closing)

r Priced .from $13,900-517,250 ;6"0 Vinyl Wallpaper / Payments from $79.34KIRKPATRICK

PHONE 3764456FOR __________(_J _____0 __

PRIVATE APPOINTMENT SUBLEASE Sodded Lawns to Vinyl Tile Floors _ _ _
(24 Hour Service)
Building at -"iL'M 4.
Swim Club

2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Next Door UNIV.to Florida AVE. Air Cond. Optional _ .J I L & PIERSON

Theatre. Colonials ....._...$1_. __

Butler Bros. BUILDERS .IL_ PHONE 372-0440 Moderns 2909- N.E. 15th Street Sales OfficeNE.23rd Blvd. and 11th Terr.-Phone 372-3471

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66 Mice For Sal.. 85, Automobile for Safe

CLASSIFICATION INDEX PORTABLE screen house canvas! iOOD' second car 1 lTi4 tlCoyal'1 I MOTOR !
and nylon, with outside aluminum Dodoe. Call after S p.m. HAWES-POWERS I
frame. S35. Phone FR 2-9725. FR 62915. .1 CO,

lens; S25. Two child rocking .
1 IB McmorUmS chairs, M and IS. Phone FR 2- I
Card .( Tk mki 1 Wanted .. BIT 7101. Auto. trans.. R & H. Power SMITTY SEZ
t Lil F..n4 Machinery AT..US Steering a. Brakes. S495. 376- :
4 Personalise Servleti < Bnlldlnr Materials CLEAN INCEST carpet cleaner you 2771.
.4 BensekeU Get Blue
I Travel in/ermatSo. GoodsCS ever used so easy too.
Antl,.eaM Lustre. Rent electric shampooer 1962 RENAULT DAUPHINE S12S
I Special and assume payments of
MUe. Fer Sale SI. McDanlell Furn. Co., Gainesville -
1 FUrliUBaby sweating it out the
per month. Phone 3723930.
d smo,.. CU CmrPlacet C7 Tra4Unf Pita Shopping Center
U Articles CORVAIR Monza, 1962, Loaded. InCluding
T G. Lid Wanted
S used
Thugs T. usAUTOMOTIVE a FB.I on Weed 70 BoaM-Marino Equip. factory A-C. 25.500 miles. car lot is orer- PRICES!
?. Boat Marine E.mt... Private owner. Call 372-0019.
n Cam*.Hut.Flak 12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat used loaded with like J
72 Office E'.lpmw>* less than 1 year; $100. Phone CLEAN Cadillac for sale. Can be /
It Airplane Sales-KenUbIt n Mnalcal Merchandise FR 27101. seen at 3120 NW 9th Street. Make new reconditioned f
Tracka '.r Salon me an offer!!
Trucki Wanted REAL 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with
M Tractors *Track Isaiah ESTATE FOR SALE trailer. 450. Phone FR 20235. '60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent automobiles. I
ma TraUer Rentals 3911 N. W. 7th St. cond., one owner, many extras. SLASHED
I U Motorcycle le..n"A..bllo SI Mobil Homes for silt Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. must make
Repair.U U It Lti Watnfrrnt for Hale Property 73 Musical MerchandiseSPINET
AnUuabUeS fer Sato U Reuses Fee Sale IE CADILLAC 1955 red convertible room for the
M Swap CanEDUCATIONAL 3* Celtaies Fer Sale Wurlitzer piano, practically fully powered with new top. $250.
ST Seal Ettate ExckaacedSS newt S455. Bank financing See at Tenneco Stat. corner of trade-ins on our THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY /

Beat Estate WantedS I :' available. Phone '372-551.* Sun- S. Main t 4th Ave. t 8 AM '- 8 PM 8 AM 8 PM 8 AM 8 PM '
I* Bckol InatncUM Ont .! Town Property day after 5.00 PJA. '63 OLDS F-S5. loaded! Excellent new '65s, so I'm -
1* Mute. Danclnf.M 4* Bnilnen Properties condition. See Mr. Green Univer- d j
Wanted-InstntttUa 41 4t XesidenUal Ineera REPOSSESSED ORGAN sity City Bank. cutting prices to j BRING THE FAMILY J
Farmc Acreage = Baldwin Spinet organ with tone '64 BUICK Skylark, 6000 miles
EMPLOYMENT -- 43-1 Cl.r4 Property Sales cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond $200 down, take up payments.Call the bone. Just look tat
2-41 note manuals. 25 note FR 2.7433 or FR 2-37(5 after
n Werk Wanted KaleII RENTALS I pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A 5:00 P.M. FREE
W.rk Wanted Female real bargain. Gridley Music these fantastic buys. COKESSEE
U Salti Help Wanted 43 Colored Property Rentals = Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.FR '55 CHEVROLET standard transmission
IS Help-MaU .r Famal 44 lou.cner Heal 25351. 6 cylinder. Perfect condo
U Male help Wanted 45 Finished Apia. tion. Call 3776438. _
WILL transfer to responsible party ,
t Dramatic super power
4< fnfnralihcd Apto. 5 choice of four spinet or console ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet' 164 CHEVROLET
U Female Help Wasted 47 Reuses fer Beat Fnrn. 5 pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. Impala. 2 dr. hardtop excellent steering, automatic OUR 5 COURTEOUS SALESMEN
41 Besets fer Bent Vnlim. litztr Spinet Piano, trade back condition. Call Jones 3765351.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 40latme for Beat =: save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with 1963 Rambler $325 'down & takeover transmission, V-8, bucket seats, radio, heater, HOYT HAYMANS ELMER MILLERP.
It Ftrm Et'lpment M Betel Beams I sound & motion. pick up payments 3900 miles.
payments of $57 per mo.
S7 Feed Jk FcrttlUert 41 Misc. BentaliS1A we have a piano to fit Call 372-8056 after 5:30 P.M. $2600 G. HOLDER CECIL SIMMONS
LlTetUckppUei Wanted 'Ie Rat any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., Was $2995 . . . NOW Albert
Xt Landicatmr T.p Sell S! B arteri Wanted 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. 1963 Chevrolet station wagon with HOWARD HURD Plan, Sales Mgr.
U Pets A ..ppU.. U Office Desk Space manual transmission. Air condi-
14 LlTtiUek Wut"FINANCIAL' 84 Bnsueii BenUle TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS tioned. Low mileage still has face Galaxie 4 door, hardtop, i
to J/M FA >
Buy now for this fall. Many tory guarantee. $2090. Phone FR |
I choose from. Instant credit. _6-8063 after 5. 04 rUKIpower steering, automatictransmission .
Gainesville Music Center NEW 64 CHEVROLET $
U Bnstncsi nertnlUei 23 Special Services 372-5421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. 61 BUICK convertible, excellent radio, heater, air conditioned, 1495
17 Mean .. Lou 2) Hem ImpreTCmenti cond. $100 equity and take up PICK UP. 1,800 miles. I
M M.rtaet 24 Radii TT Service USED upright piano good payments. 3766481. a beautiful car. $2600

( Messy Wasted 25 Appliance Fnrnttnr I condition. FR 22178.Automotive 57 PLYMOUTH beautiful black Was $2895 . . NOW
& white 2-dr. hardtop. PS auto.
J'-- 11I11I88811"" trans., V-8 46.000 actual miles. '63 Rambler '63 Chevrolet
FR 27665. PRIVATE. Impala, 4 door
66 Mite .For Salt.iEAUTIFUL I 66 Misc. For Sal 1964 Chevrolet, $325 Down Take 63 CHEVROLET hardtop, automatic 4 door sedan. Automotic transmission 2 door 6 cyl automatic transmission,
over payments, or will take old radio heater radio heater.
walnut bar. 9' long. TV. perfect cond., will sacrifice 28056. After 5:30. V8 radio
er car. Call FR transmission, power steering, ,
V 6 Rattan stools suitable for for S30. Also RCA stereo port., 83 Motorcycles & ScootersONE
home or business. S200. Without like new cond., S3*. SOS NE 11th '63 FORD Galaxie. automatic transmission heater, sharp. A I $1795 $1850
stools S150. FR 24496. I cylinder, excellent con $211
Ave. FR 25047. new Bridgestone See at scooter Ul' Hawthorne atdealer's dition. Phone 3760993. Was $2395 . . NOW I I U
39% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES.For Nowpeclallzlng\ : In Ladies' Better cost.
those Interested In learning Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I Road. THESE ARE LIKE NEW
ceramics classes are held I to through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional '59 LAMBRETTA 4 speed., ISO 87 Automobiles Wanter New Yorker, 4 door
5. night by appt.-Closed Thurs. Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER Li. (125 Looks d runs good. 163 CHRYSLER '
day. ELLA'S CERAMICS. 2145 E. DISCOUNTS. 1*. S.W. 1st Ave Phone 376-8672. CARS WANTED, 1950-54 Fords power steering, power 63 Ford 63 Rambler

University Ave. FR 6-5568. nue. CUSHMAN motor scooter, H57 model & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Service brakes, radio, heater, air con-
WE WANT TO buy late model used SEWING MACHINE good transportation reasonable Station. 916 SE 4th St. $3195'I I Galaxie "500" 2 door, hardtop radio 770 4 door bucket seats, automatic
refrigerators. Exceptionally High 1944 Automatic twin needle zlg lag price. Phone 372-44U after a:30 WANT used Morris Minor or other ditioned, Was $3595 . NOW heater automatic transmission air contransmission., radio, heater air condi-
trade-Ins now given. in new cabinet. Makes button PM. small car under $400. Phone 376- ditioned power steering power brakes. tioned power steering power brakes.
WILSON'S EXCHANGE holes, overcast applique *a t in 4 door
9038. hardtop crown
111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 66479. stitch, fancy designs, mends etc. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 163 IMPERIAL $2450 $2450
U per month. Balance 177. Ml-I power steering, power
TRADE your costly to operate kell's Sewing Machine Service Co CONDITIONING Tuna up
ELECTRIC water heater, and 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 61075. Special, $2.50 for performancetest. Value Rated brakes, radio, heater, air con- $'4295
itt for a new glasslined GAS All makes and models.of .
NEW ana used chain saws lawn ditioned. Was $3595 . NOW
water heater. Much more hot mowers, edgers tampers, light Chrysler built cars. Hawes-. Used Cars '63 RAMBLER 770 4 door bucket seats,
water at about half the cost with cable. Wisconsin Briggs Powers Motor Co. Air' Conditioning
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. I plants Stratton new and used mo Servicing Center. 204 N. B&G MOTOR CO. "70" 4 door> 4 speed, radio, heater, floor 1795
tors.Meyers Rental Power, sales Tools.and 130 service.NE Main St., Phone FR 2-251. Cadillac Oldsmobile 163 V.UKVAIK radio i $ shift . . . . . .
UPHOLSTERY m.95. Automotive -
SPECIAL\ auto painting 1495
Chairs low as St. No money 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. repairs and tune-up. 2001 NW 13th St. heater, Was $1595 .NOW
down, Iowa. SS per month. 3 piece charcoal gray sectional by Miller S. Sons, 732 NW 1st St. '
Free estimates pickup and delivery Kroehler good cond. S65 formica Phone 372.7915. 62 Ford 62 RamblerAutomatic
I I service. All work guaran dinette set, extra leaf 'jlO Super Sport, 2 door,
teed. Phone 376-77(6. chairs. S30. 372-U72. 85 Automobiles for Sal OZ CHEVROLET h'dtop. power steer- Galaxie 500" 4 door hardtop automatic *
MELTONMOTORS transmission, radio heater.
1V60 Opel 2 door. 47.000 mi. Clean ing, automatic transmission, V8, radio, heater transmission radio heater.
, I -well kept and serviced. New
18,000 miles. $1395 $1150
paint. $550. Call FR 28078. $1895
CLEARANCE SALE I Was $2095 . . . NOW

64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s TIME FR 6-7571 62 PLYMOUTH Savoy' 2 transmission door automatic '61 RAMBLER station wagon, $ | OQC

air conditioned, extra clean. I /
CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS FR 2-1411 radio heater, 6 cyl., clean $1 AAF

University Chevrolet '61 Rambler '61 Fiat

N. Main St. at 16th Ave. 161 VALIANT v'200, 4 door, automatic i!I American 2 door radio; heater. 4 door, sedon.

"Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE 302 N.W. 8th AT*. radio, heater, real sharp. transmission$ lA,>ir $795 I $395

GAINESVILLEAUTO FR 2-2583 Was $1145 . . . NOW I U4 J
FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 SALES '61 Rambler '61 Rambler
' .::
DEDUCT 10 000.00 1007 N. Main St. 4 door station
% . Phone FR 2.6313 BARKLEYMOTORS 761 PLYMOUTH wagon, power 4 door heater nice. American 4 door heater.

YOUR PRICE *000 Northcentral Largest Florida's steering air conditioners., power brakes, radio, heater,A.ft dual F $950 $895

Independent Dealer Was $1 I UV
__ $1395 NOW J
5 YEAR/50,000 695
VOLKSWAGEN 2201 N. Main St. 760 CHEVROLET station wagon, 4 Pick Up. . . .
FR 2-4373 door automatictransmission
radio, heater, air $ 1 1AT
conditioned. Was $1395 NOW I I 7 J '60 Corvair '60 Rambler

...2 door radio heater. "*4' loo;. radio?; heater.

MILLER- @J 1964 60 CHEVROLET BPliritV: ; : $795 $795

BROWN radio, heater, air conditioned. $

119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 1030 FR 2-3582 E. Univ. Au".ozrl.[.U. FORD Was $1095 . . . NOW 995 '60 Rambler '60 Rambler

Station automatic transmission. ': -
4 door Impala, radio heater wagon 4 door> ro d. heater, .air conditioned.

5 % & 5 % SALE CLEARANCE radio, heater. automatic$1 transmission $950 $995

Was $1295 . . NOW I UVD '
1964 RAMBLERS 60 Dodge 60 Ford

/.C A 4 door, standard transmission Station automatic transmission Station 6
DODGE wagon wagon. cyl., automatic trans
1 2 DOOR COST $ 1693 SALE OU 6 cyl., heat- $/flr radio, heater mission; heater.

SEDAN plus 5% 84 er, real sharp. Was $795 NOW 07JCO I $895 895

/ 2 door Century! hardtop,
SHAW JO power steering, power '
brakes radio, heater, cream puff.
$695 A delivery, $
Was $795 . . : NOW 695
& I etxra nice. . ,

/CO 4 door, automatictransmission
With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED 'MODEL! JO PLYMOUTH radio '59 Renault '59 DcSoto

Heater. 4 door
Home of 5% Profit 5% Financing Was $545 . . . NOW 495CT mission radio air conditioned heater automatic nice. trans

F RIDGWAYMOTOR 238 W. University / 4.door, automatic transmission $295 $695

**/ OLDS radio, heater, Sjnr '59 Rambler
Phone FR 6-5371 '
CO. PS, clean. Was $545 . NOW 495 I Station wagon automatic transmission, 59 Rambler I

radio, heater, Radio, hotter extra nice.

T\ 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 157 CHEVROLET Bel sedan Air, ,automatic 4 door $795 $695

transmission, radio, heater, sharp. $ I

SALECS Was $695 . . . NOW 545

: 1 '58 KARMAN GHIA 895 I II

;! SERVICESHome 56 FORD 4 door, radio, heater, $495 I nice. .

V8. Was $495 . . NOW I I '
58 Plymouth 57 Studebaker

And 4 door 4 door.
I' Business

convertible, radio! '58 Olds '
BulldozingSMALL Plumbing I 763 TRIUMPH heater. $ o' 57 Rambler

bulldozer, loader, dump Was $1595 . . NOW 1495 I 2 door hardtop. .. Station wagon.
trucks fill dirt, lime rock. Top SEWER INSTALLED I II
t toil Phone 377-7S44 I NEW t. used fixtures, complete EEAC $265 $230
plumbing service "BIG" JIM 2 door heater, \
.i9t PR MM. '
I 57 Chevrolet '

,KittFR UP sharp. Was $1595 . NOW 1495 : f 57 Studebaker .
2-149. UpholsteryUPHOLSTER
HOME repairing and painting. 2 door -9n.. .t
Phone FR 1-7702 5:30 to t p.m. St3n r'a?on.
your furniture Tl sunroof, radio, $645
reasonable prices. Call Sally. 62 VOLKSWAGEN $225
Landscaping Experienced. FR e- M8. 4241

_NWt3th Ter. RI I heater. Was $1395 . NOW $1325 I II I '57 Plymouth

Crass-Sod-OardM LANDSCAPE SERVICE RemodelinlDO I '55 Metro
Main-Nursery 4 door.
tock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S 2 door hardtop, radio,

''I Landscape NURSERY Co. 00 room NEED more Florida room. roof room work extra AA I 760 METRO heater, $425 $450 $225RIDGWAY'S

FR 6-2514 for tree estimate or maybe a complete new home? Was $495 . . . NOW
I For a free estimate, & guaranteed N I
& J JI work phone Cart C Ni i I
Appliance Repair Sun Want Ads Waters 372.1019.EXPERIENCED. I /CQ 1100, 4 door, heater,
Air Conditioning CARPENTERPaint JQ FIAT clean. $ r, CAN SELL FOR LESS

\ A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP Get Results carpenter and repair who fobs loves performed his trade by NLCS Was $595 . . . NOW 445 :3ECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
CALL FR 6-4907
First In air conditioning and Appliance WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER
repairs. We sell guaranteed 2 door radioheater.
washers refrigerators etc.Auto Sowing Machine Repairs 56 VOLKSWAGEN $
OR 6-Q267. Mortgage Broker .

SEWING MACHINE SETT Was $545 . . . IOW 495See 14EG
Glass MORTGAGE MONEY VICE CO. 115 W. University
Sper cent Interest. Terms to'' Ave.. J74-107J. we repair allMilk. I1T *
IS War fully uaraMppd. .
AUTO CLASS U our only bwitness. years. : J. L. SMITH WILBUR to. .
Immediate Installation REFINANCE E .. .. -t)
free pickup I delivery. Add Call .....
C. -r .
Can Byrd Ph. 376-3875 BARNETT FRANK GRAY.
beauty & value to your car. Cpl WARRA+'-
323 NW. 'tn St. FR 4-Iii. FHA and convention a. lowest per Inch plus SID to Install most
current rates. Terms to 2J I tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special I
years. Will gladly discuss at USED CARS
Reconditioned TVs from It.t5.
Auto Equipment obligation. Call toi arrow. THE VARIETY STORE
7 S E. 1st Ave.
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR
4 Technician' wash U years ex=
..xdlangeCII'Re: olr kits tor FRED B. ARNOLD penance: on all makes.T. RIDGWAYMOTOR
Walker Jacks Factory authorli- REALTORFHA .
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 J. t to -Closed Wed. at 1 P.M. CO.
lilt W. UNIV. AVE. PH.
,. 37]-3522
GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA 42m N. W. 10th Ph. 3723177
Appraisal Service and conventional loans. Low
rates. Terms to JS wars 1221 516 South Mei. St. IMPIRIAL-YA11ANT-CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-SIMCA CO.
W. Univ. 've. .
3725391.F. '
H. A, a, Conv. Loans FR 6-2425 312 N. MAIN
t nit w. UNIV. AVC. PH. 372.3522I i iI Wa W. Univ. J74-12J
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