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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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ONE WEEK BOMB DELIVERED DAILY AND tfe SUNDAY. 89, No. 39' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1964

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He Fought Communism UAW Mapping





In Asia With Words .



r II Strike Action

,J i By CUP CORMIER, Sun Education Writer ... jj .
J It was plainly apparent that Jesse Stuart liked it here yester- <
W .:-
day.He
kept talking faster and faster, racing the hands on his wrist ,
watch and squeezing out every second of his allotted time at the


rostrum.Before him was a packed audience of his favorite people ,.. Big3'Target'
school teachers and they liked him. Parachute Fails
Stuart a renowned author poet, humorist educator and lecturer, ,
whose works are familiar to American children in more than 354
textbooks was guest speaker at yesterday's annual Alachua Coun- 'to
.
ty teacher assembly and FEA program at P.K. Yonge Auditorium.In .1l ... ,i ... .. He SurvivesELGIN
[ '
',
his folksy, rapid fire Appalachian bill twang the Pulitzer ,. : / : \;,.;? C;'
Prize winner from Greenup Ky., told the gathering of his recent i/ .ft ./ .::::.f .
trip to the Middle East and Asia, fighting communism every mile l.1L.2.;:\ <,._ NeededCHICAGO AIR FORCE BASE party line," said Lt Hardy Le-
of the way of his lecture tour. > (AP) A 22-year-old airmanhit bel, head of the 48th pararescue
"The Communists follow Americans around asking questions and the ground at 40 miles an squadron, "but I strongly be-
trying to embarrass you anywhere they can attract an audience," (AP) The Ford, hour after his parachutes failedon lieve that he owes his life to his
Stuart said. ... Chrysler and General Motors a training jump. intensive training, his excellent
"But I soon learned how to handle them. Never lose your head. x councils of the United Auto He landed on the balls of his physical condition and his cool
Smile sweetly at them and ask some questions of your own, about Workers urged today that their feet with his hands straight over head."
their food problems for example." ; companies be made a strike target his head, then twisted and Lebel, who jumped just before

The burly, 57-year-old former football player and coal miner it: in the automotive industry.The relaxed, letting his calves, Leonard Tuesday, said the main
said when he used this strategy in the dialectical slugfest his councils, representing the thighs and small of the back hit chute twisted into a peculiar

Communist hecklers wanted to retreat. : men who work in the ma- next. formation that caused Leonardto
"But I would stand on their toes and make them listen," he l jor automobile manufacturing "It was a textbook landing," spin like a top for 1,000 feet.

said.Stuart ) plants in the nation, also votedto said the squad commander.The The reserve chute tangled in
was a visiting professor at American University in Cain +' reject the contracts offered airman, Michael D. Leon- the main chute's lines, Lebel
in 1960, and later he served as education specialist for the Unite : by the three companies.The ard of Lawler, Iowa, suffered said. He estimated that the two
States Information Agency. : : actions left it to the only a scratch on his knee. He chutes broke Leonard's fall by
: up
"American University is a three-acre island of freedom in
the
was able to stand and walk. His about 15 per cent.
union's 25-man executive boardto
: ; :; ; ;
middle of the United Arab Republic. The people are so starved fort "iw.
.,.. ; decide finally whether there only complaint was stiffness, as Leonard was taken to the base
education had ,
they to build a wall around the campus to keep them ;
out." .. if, should be a strike and, if so, if he had just run a fast mile. hospital and held for observa-
,.
"I don't want to give up the tion.
which manufacturer to call it
Everywhere he spoke crowds filled USIA auditoriums from _.
Cairo to Seoul Korea, Stuart said. against.
Pulitzer Prize winner Jesse Stuart liked it here.
Standards of education are so low in many Middle East nations The union is taking a strike
that American high school students could teach effectively there "The power of the American teacher simply can't be measured vote among its members in all
were it not for the language barrier, he said. overseas. If there were enough of them to spread around you'd real- three companies.A Dirksen Presses
But everywhere he went he found American teachers and mis- ly see some of those poor countries grow." UAW spokesman estimatedthat
sionaries on the job. More of them are needed, said Stuart. (See BATTLE on Page 2)) the strike fund, providingan
average of $25 per week in
benefits to each worker, would Avvortioning: FightWASHINGTON

The Molding of Children Rebellion support a strike up to eight L L '-" '-"
weeks at GM, longer at Ford or
Chrysler.All (AP) Sen- vention next week" Dirkson tolda

Worsens the Big Three contractsare ate Republican Leader EverettM. reporter, "I'll have no choice
By Teachers Is Stressed due to expire at midnight Dirksen pressed today for a but to file a cloture petition."
showdown in the congressionalbattle
Aug. 31.Union.
In Como; He said he was confident proponents
over reapportionmentand -
'-' strategy, if precent is could muster the neces-
Alachua teachers attendingyesterday's Mrs. Dotson, a veteran teacher character and you reap a des- LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo followed, would then be to halt the Supreme Court im- sary two-thirds majority of sen-
,
county-wide assem- from Fort Meade spoke on tiny. production with a mass walkoutat mediately after Democrats hold ators present and voting to bring
(AP) Premier Moise ,.
bly and-Florida Education ,As- this year's theme of the FEA the their national convention.The .
"I teach a child. I must teach Tshombe moved today to oust target company's plants, the debate to an end.
sociation Program were reminded "'I Teach a Child." Followingare him the value of time. Time thousands of citizens of nations while extending contracts with Senate, already snarledby
that the child is still extracts from Mrs. Dot- used and time unused both have accused of his the other two firms on a day-to- a filibuster against Dirksen's Opponents of Dirksen's rider,
undercutting regime -
paramount, in spite of team son's creed: their results. A man's material raged in the day basis. proposal for delaying court-or- including Sens. Paul H. Doug- .
as fighting
teaching, television instructionand "How wonderful in this age success in the world shows east Congo city of Bukavu in- The strikebound company dered reapportionment by pop- las, D-I11., and Joseph S. Clark,
teaching machines.The of crowded classrooms, programmed clearly how he has applied his vaded by rebel forces.As would be hit when its hurts the ulation of both houses of state D-Pa., said they would continue

reminder came from Mrs. instruction, team time. Every second of 0 n e's the spreading Communist- most just when 1965 modelsare legislatures, received a much their talkathon indefinitely.The .

Carolyn Dotson, chairman of the teaching and televised instruc- time is making its impressionon backed rebellion seemed to takea beginning to roll out of the tougher proposal from the House Senate recesses Friday

Classroom Teachers departmentof tion to still be able to say, I the universe."It turn for the worse, Tshombe factories. Its competitors, Wednesday. night until Aug. 31. The Democratic
the FEA. teach a child."I must be a wonderful thingto said he believed a report that meanwhile, would have the auto Urged to show its "intestinal National Convention

teach a child-there are take a few pieces of metal Peking-trained rebel leader sales field virtually to them- fortitude," the House approved opens Monday in Atlantic City,
so many things I must teach a and a few jewels and build a Pierre Mulele, 33, was dead. Diplomatic selves.In 218 to 175 a bill that would strip
ExpectingLittle child. I must teach him to timepiece that will keep time sources, however, be- 1961, GM was the primary federal courts of jurisdiction in N.J.The
Shaver think, as a man thinkest, so he with God's great universe. It lieve the former Congolese edu- target. Ford was singled out in reapportionment cases. House bill, introduced by
is. I must teach him values. We must be wonderful to take a cation minister was alive in 1955 and 1958.Bargaining. To try to push his proposal Rep. William M. Tuck, D-Va.,

SYCAMORE, Ala. (AP) are so busy with facts in this few pine boards, a few strings Brazzaville, the former French talks between the through, Dirksen has offered it was sped to the House floor in
Customers of barber Jim Bear- age that we have become in- and a bow and build an instru- Congo. UAW and the Big Three have as a rider to the $3.3-billion for- a power display by Rep. How-
den were warned well in ad- different to values of art, ment that will sob out A va Government forces in Bukavu entered their eighth week. eign aid bill, one of the meas- ard W. Smith, D-Va., chairmanof

vance that they might be left in music, literature. Material interests Maria. were reported pushed back to The union rejected as "mis- ures on the administration's"must the Rules Committee. The
the lurch. smother values. "And it must be a wonderful the city's European quarter, but reably inadequate" and "terri- list." wily Southern conservative in-

When a blessed event ap "Not education, but characteris thing to take a little pieceof Col. Leonard Mulamba said he bly disappointing" parallel of- Dirksen said the House meas- voked a little-used rule to take
peared imminent in the Bearden man's greatest need and canvas and, with paint and believed he could retake the re fers by the companies Monday ure would increase pressure in the measure from the Judiciary

household, he posted this signin man's greatest safeguard in the brush, paint one of God's mag- bel-held part of the city if rein- calling for higher wages, earlier the Senate for adoption of his Committee.
his shop: world today."I nificent sunsets. forcements were available. U.S. retirement and larger pensions. amendment and might shortenthe Dirksen sees little likelihoodof
"Notice. Not responsible if I teach a child I must "Yet it is infinitely more won- cargo planes airlifted two loads UAW leaders contend that all fight Senate Democratic liberals Senate acceptance of the
have to depart in the middle of teach him a sense of propor- derful for a teacher to help a of-troops and supplies to the be- three firms have chalked up are making to prevent a House bill, which would take
your haircut My wife and I are tion. Little things often times young person push back the sieged city during the night. fantastic profits in the past 18 vote on his proposal."If jurisdiction over state appor-
expecting our first child at any have greater value than big foothills of experience, widen The U.S. Embassy said that months that should be shared the filibuster doesn't stop tionment from the lower federal
with their workers.
moment. If you don't mind, things. Sow a seed and you the horizons of understanding, its seven or eight-man staff in when Congress reconvenes after courts and appellate jurisdictionaway
please pour some water on me reap a habit. Sow a habit and and develop into a dynamic, Bukavu fled to neighboring the Democratic National Con- from the Supreme Court.
if I should pass out" you reap a character. Sow a participating citizen of a demo- Rwanda after heavy street OrdinancesDue
cratic free society. fighting erupted Wednesday. A "..,. ..... 'IF"" ...
"Be truly glad to say, I teacha planeload of 40 refugees, mostly Discussion Dry ant to rush dinatners
BEAM SPEARS TRAIN child." U.N. personnel, arrived in Leopoldville
I
I AntiPovertyBill Wednesday night.A Requests for amendments to For Vice Presidential Post
WINDOW KILLS 2 government garrison of several city ordinances are on
Signed some 800 troops was fighting to the agenda for discussion by
salvage the city, capital of cen- the Gainesville Plan Board at its TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. inating the Florida junior senator
Ariz. (AP-Two from Los and WASHINGTON AP Presi- Farris Bryant said he for the second
KINGMAN, Angeles was east- ( ) tral Kivu Province and the only meeting tonight at 7:30. today spot.
persons were killed today whenan bound. dent Johnson signed into law to- important city in the turbulent The amendments include off- 'would seek to nominate Sen. "Smathers hasn't said he
I-beam tumbled off a pass- The train continued into King- day.the $947.5-million antipoverty northeastern Congo still under street parking mane uvering George Smathers, D-Fla. as would accept," Bryant said In
ing freight train and hurtled man, the beam protruding from bill intended to improve liv- government control. areas, required off- street park- vice presidential candidate at an interview.
like a spear through the win- the side of the car. ing conditions for millions of The rebels, who hold an esti- ing for office uses and mobile next week's Democratic National "But I will work among other

dow of the Santa Fe Super The young girl still was Americans.The mated 25 per cent of this vast home parks, mobile home park Convention. delegations to see what is pos
Chief passenger train. trapped by the beam when the ceremony climaxed a and mineral-rich nation, cap- regulations, commercial vehicle Bryant will be chairman of sible. You never know what
First reports were that five train reached Kingman about long fight for the most impor- tured the key city of Stanley- parking in residential districts, the Florida delegation, which is might happen at a convention."
persons were injured, includinga 15 minutes later. tant piece of legislation originating ville two weeks ago. home occupations and j junk pledged by law to support Pres- Bryant said that President
young girl, trapped beneath Welding torches were used to in the Johnson administration The Bukavu uprising came yards.A ident Johnson for President.But Johnson has given him no indi
the beam. cut the beam from the train. It after the assassination of after a government order in number of zoning requests Bryant said he would cation whom he might prefer on

The identity of the dead and resumed its trip about 7:30 a.m. President John F. Kennedy. (See CONGO on Page 2)) also are on the agenda. check on the possibility of nom- the national ticket. The gover-
nor, along with the Democratic
Injured was not available im- chi ._._..:... ., _.1...._
of ciccuuvca: ui uuici: states,
mediately. will meet with the President

scribed Conductor the accident F. E. Young this way de-: Derides Johnson Financial Tally may Saturday get some in Washington indication then and

I-beam probably jostled
"The
of the President's running mate
loose from this passing freight preferences.Asked .
train. It struck the engine a WASHINGTON (AP) Re- dit, reported that on July 31 In arriving at the figures the about persistent reports -
glancing blow, then started a publican National Chairman Johnson, Mrs. Johnson and their auditors fixed the value of real that he might
pinwheel and went through" the Dean Burch indicates he be- GOP Chairman Also two daughters, Lynda Bird and estate held by the Johnsons at Johnson's campaign in manage Florida,

window of a chair car. lieves President Johnson and Luci Baines, had assets of $3- cost, less depreciation for the Bryant said be couldn't make ayes
said the Super Chief his family are a lot richer than and liabilities of f
Young Asks How Fortune 682,770 $198,672. improvements on the land. or no .answer.
Madewas
was about 30 minutes out of accountants say and that Re- This placed their net worth at "It depends upon whether
t Needles, Calif., when the accident publicans intend to make a $3,484,098. Haskins and Sells said in a they want me, and on the re-
occurred. It had departed campaign issue of how the first Most of the Johnson holdingswere letter to the President that the sults of convention..
I family accumulated its wealth. in the of his audit "conformed with generally t
"like name wife "There are still Issues to be
Burch, who was handpickedfor listing the value of government regulation" over a Bird. She had accepted auditing stan- "
Lady a net worthof decided at the convention, he
Manhattan Island at $24. He period when he said Johnsonwas
his job by GOP presidential dards. But it added that the
$2,126,298 compared with' said.
WHERE TO insisted the fair market value making an of $12- listed in
amounts for
average holdings
nominee'Barry Goldwater, 'tolda $378,081 for the President Lyn- "I will support President
ought to be the basis for assessing 000 a in public service. the
year
broadcasting corporation,
news conference Wednesdaythat the da Bird's net worth was $490- Johnson. But I think the man
FIND IT the accounting firm's esti- family wealth., Observing that "a public offi- 141 and Luci Baines' $493.578. ranch properties and real estate who runs his campaign in Florida -
mate of the Johnson's wealth at Some published reports have cer must avoid not only evil but The audit showed that duringthe outside of Texas "are not intended ought to do so with tremendous

t .. Comics . . 8 $3,484,098 was "incredibly low." placed the Johnson family the appearance of evil," he said last 10 years Mrs. Johnsonhad to indicate the values enthusiasm.
Classified . 16-19 The accounting was made at worth as high as $14 million, the Republicans want to know drawn $570,856 in salary as that might be realized" if the In- "What happens at the conven-
Entertainment . 16 Johnson's request and the report contending the market value of whether there was any "in- an officer of Texas Broadcasting vestments were sold. tion might color my thinkingand
Obituaries . . 2 was released by the White' the Johnson holdings far exceed fluence 'aired in the govern- Corp. while her husband A week ago, the Valley Na- affect my enthusiast"
.' Opinion Page . 4 House. their book value. mentregulated field." was getting $409,730 in salary tional Bank, Phoenix, Ariz., reported Most of the state's top Democrats
Sports . . .11.14Women's Burch complained that assets ,Burch. said he found it peculiar The accounting firm of Hask- and expenses. The family. inter- the wealth of GOP presidential are on the slate of delegates
. . ., 6 were.listed,on*,.the basis of cost :that "the bulk of.the fortune ins 'and .Sells, directed by the est in broadcasting company nominee Barry GoMwal- attending the convention
to the Johnsons. He said this was made in areas subject to President July 7 to make an an- was valued at $2,543,833. er and his wife at $L7 million. (See BRYANT on Page 2)


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2 Gainesville Sun Thursday August 20. 1964

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Talbot Promises Fair Deal. Roundup Johnson Sings Praises, I BZ-HaeiA! Croup

= Has 4
Negro.es
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GOP Not in
A ; Harmony
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,., I wwi? 6 'sRtlWfMit The Gainesville Bi Racial

i For Teachers As Supt. Z By FRANK CORMIER ing see that his dreams came Committee has four Negro

members, not one as stated in a
I : w t naeeteee WASHINGTON: (AP) Presi- true." .". 'f'o."An _____.:__ ___.I
-- :, v dent Johnson threw a lavish oiuijr; lucauajr a c fur two "vi" -

William S. (Tiny) Talbot, Ala. the good and the bad that hap- policy should originate from the Partly ZONESA cloudy through Friday party Wednesday night to sing Johnson himself said "thankyou" nations for a vacancy on the +f

: chua County superintende n t- pens in the schools, he said. classroom teachers. with scattered daytime thundershowers.Low .area the praises of thej&th Congress!! ; for congressional passageof City Plan Board.
tonight 70 to 76. Friday >84
elect promised his teachers he Talbot made his remarks at "You are on the firing line. I to 92. Mostly south winds High 8 to 16 4e i i but Sen. Barry } and r a string of Kennedyinitiatedmeasures Dr. E. A. Cosby Negro dentist )
agar
: will shield them from unjust yesterday's county-wide teacher hope that in the next four yearsI miles B,an C hour., D, E, F, G, H, I- most GOP leaders chose not to ] : the civil rights law, was nominated for the va
: public criticism when he takes and FEA 1 the biggest tax cut in history,
assembly program never have to make a recom- Partly Fri- Qt sing along with Lyndon. They cancy.
t == office in January. at P. K. Yonge Auditorium.He mendation to the School Board day with cloudy scattered through thunder- E .+ didn't show. I hospital and education legisla Dr. Cosby is a member of the
But he will insist on knowingPupUs told the teachers school that affects MIw I tion. He also mentioned Bi
: you,_ without having dershowers, mainly dur i n g Johnson invited all membersof passageof Racial Committee, as are
consulted you;' he said. afternoon. Low tonight in the ri r'r. Congress Democrats and r his own "war on poverty" Thomas Coward, Frd Alexanderand

Talbot promised he will act as"Cheerleader" !program. the Rev. W. M: Ferguson.
Must 70s. High Friday 88 to 94. Var- Republicans to join him in ; .
for the teachersin J Partly cloudy through Friday watching a fast-paced musical -
with scattered thundershowers today. H
their efforts to secure ade- 1aT
Low tonight 75 to 80. High Friday extravaganza on the White
quate salaries in Alachua Coun- near 90. Variable winds southwest 1..6.
through southwest 5 to 15 miles an ws.GAINESVILLE.- House lawn, then mix underanternfestooned -FREMACS.
ty and to upgrade the quality of hour.K .
education.But Partly cloudy through Friday trees for _
I r
Register Friday he warned them that with Low chance tonight of about an 80.isolated High shower.Friday a ,4"."..'-QII. small talk and vittles. || ,

crowded classrooms will remaina near southeast 90.I to Variable 15 miles winds an hour.southeast WEATHER In between, he delivered a 1s-1] fI

serious problem in A I a chua iable winds mostly south- minute speech praising the current -'I CLEARANCE J
: Registration for the 1964-65 school year will be from 8:30: Municipal Airport readingsfor :
County. east through southwest 5 to 15 Congress as constructive, I
24 hours to 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow in Gainesville and Alachua County a.m. toaay:
-- schools. "Every day a new family miles an hour.TEMPERATURES. High 81 at 5 p.m., low 72 at compassionate and cooperative.1"This I

f This enrollment is bet to last moves into Gainesville, adding ELSEWHEREH L 6 a.m. Rainfall .08 inches. session of "
: year's a sure top year's record Prep. Congress, I I
400 new pupils a year into our Jacksonville ............ 84 73 ..70 ALMANAC SPECIALS I
I 18,800. Miami ................. n 77 he said, "has enacted more ma-1 i
ALMANAC THURS
schools. In six years we will Tampa ................ ..._.......... '
: Procedures will vary among the schools, some requiring attendance 'i 77 .10 Sunset today 7:05 p.m. jar| legislation met more national -
have 90,000 people living here," Atlanta ................. 86 66 Sunrise tomorrow ........... 6:01 a.m. 'I
of pupils only, some of parents only, and some both. New Orleans .......... 87 70 1.96 Moonset tomorrow ......... 4.1' needs disposed of more J
: However, in all schools birth certificates will be needed for Talbot said. Boston .................. 71 56 Full Moon ................... Aug.a.m.23 national issues -than other i I
.... .... any :
"All of us are proud of New York .... 7' 57 The Planet Saturn. which Is about nine SPORT COATS
new pupils regardless of grade and for all kindergarten and Washington ............ 80 56 times as large as the Earth. will bin session of this century or the
growth, but we have to live with Chicago ................ 81 46 the southeast ........... 10:23 p.m.
: first grade pupils. ....... ... last. I
.
the crowded schools." Kansas City............ 92 76 and due south at 12:4 .m
According to Jack Waters, supervisor of elementary instruction MARINE FORECAST It has now reached Its greatest bril
follows He said he hoped to relieve EAST GULF: Variable winds mostly liance. He emphasized that the record MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT '
for the School Board, registration details are as CEDAR KEY TIDES
teachers from as much outside southerly 5 to 15 knots through FrI- Friday-High at 1:24 ..m. and 12:21p.m. of the 88th Congress was
: .day. Widely scattered showers. Low at 6:<< a.m. and 7:27 p.m. written by "votes from both I I DACRON AND COT-
At Stephen Foster, Metcalfe, Kirby-Smith, Lake Forest interference as possible, so they TON SPORT COATSAT $1299'I
and J. J. Finley all parents are requested to enroll their chil- will be able to give more indi- parties.

dren Including those enrolling for the first time and those vidual attention to pup'K] <@bttuaricEVELYN! All the top congressional I A DRASTICALLY I

who previously attended. "The classroom teacher is the Democrats were on hand. But REDUCED PRICE. 1

Sidney Lanier New pupils, kindergarten pupils and best_guidance.. i_ __ counselor we only Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel of I I G.9! ,
: .1 :
their parents are requested to attend. Pupils in grades 1-6 nave-u ne- sam. RAINEY California. the GOP whin was esss.e -ere.- w. I
Judson, Fla., was a veteran of 1
enrolled but present to represent the Repub1ican
previously not required, parents are.
Littlewood Parents of new students, kindergarten stu- Talbot was introduced by Funeral services will be at 2 World War II and a former tic- hierarchy. |I
SHIRTS
School Board Member ket
Lester for
dents and their children are requested to report to the school Hodge. p.m. tomorrow for Mrs. Evelyn line agent in Gainesville.Greyhound Bus A temporary stage was set j $199

cafetorium. Pupils in grades 1-6 previously enrolled are re- M. Rainey, 36, who died yester- on the lawn for the Broadway-I:
Greet
for School
quested to attend, but parents not required. day in Alachua General Hospi- Survivors include a step- style show produced Assorted fine men's
especially
I sport and regular shirts. Ivy and but-
Duval, Williams, A. Q. Jones Parents and pupils in Plan Coffee tal. daughter, Mrs. Mary Monette for the occasion. In quick tem
I ton-downs. Formerly 3.98 and 4.98.I .
kindergarten, first grade and new pupils requested. Parentsnot Mrs. Rainey, a lifetime resident Stewart, Gainesville; two sis- po, the professional cast socked

required to register pupils who attended last year. For Parents At of Alachua County, lived at ters, Mrs. Stella Kidd, Gaines out> campaign songs of history,

Alachua Elementary Only new students and their parents Stephen FosterParents 1209 NW 43rd Ave. She was a ville, and Mrs. Louise Johnson, from "Tyler and Tippecanoe" to 'II I CATALINA
Chief land several nieces and
;
o required. member of the Antioch Baptist "I Like Ike." 'I $298I
Remaining county elementary schools request all pupils and Church. nephews and two grandsons.
}.. r have been invited to One number jl jlby I Knit
was interrupted Shirts
parents, to attend. a "Get Acquainted" coffee at Rev. W. P. McElroy and Rev. Funeral services will be at 3 burst of and
At the junior high schools and high schools only new students p.m. tomorrow in the Pine a spontaneous applause
Stephen Foster tommy Howe will officiate at
I r are required to report for registration. tomorrow from ElementarySchool 10 a.m.to services at the Antioch Baptist Grove Baptist Davis Church, wiih Burial Rev. dancers, when came the forward singers with and II I Were up to $6.95 . . $398
Hayes
i 12 Church. Burial will be in Anti- officiating. r
noon.
och will be in the church cemetery Franklin D. Roosevelt's cam I

More Newcomers Cemetery. under the direction of Harrison paign anthem, "Happy Days
especially, will '
I AboutBattle be> welcomed to the school by Survivors include: her husband Funeral Home. Are Here Again." i II I I Walk Shorts
> H a r r y W. Rainey of
Principal Wendell Kilpatrick. There was another emotional
Gainesville; three children, Sue, / 398
Registration for all pupils attending Show interruption, during Johnson'salk. DACRONCOTTONWere
Marilyn and Paul, all of Gaines- Dog I I
r Stephen Foster will be That was when the
From 1 from 8:30 ville; her mother; Mrs. Blanch ........ .. dent presi-I $5.98 . , .
: Page : a.m. to 3 p.m. Fri- expressed the wish '
Kirby of Gainesville; five brothers Flannea AtBoys'
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h_ __ day. Guy, Buddy, Camel, Daryl late President John F. Kennedy II| CHABGB Ir10 -
11 p = .- Stuart said tie will challenge tucky when he was 17. and Terry Kirby, all of Gainesville ClubMore could have been present to ::;::
I any man to a debate who criticizes "I had to pass a battery of UnderwritersTo thank the legislators "for help- I .
two sisters Mrs.
; Betty
American schools. tests to get the job and came 'Wt Ctttr 79 roof Door AutinnetMEN'S
up Brown and Mrs. Marie Wilson than 100
dogs are ex
::" Witticisms and typical American with a 59 on one subject, one Hear TalkHerb :
both of Gainesville. pected for entry in the Boys' Costs of attending college II iiI"i
-- reflections on foreign cus- point shy of the requirement. ) ,
Williams Tnomas Funeral Club city-wide kids amateur dog: have doubled since 1940 and : .
."toms in between serious
crept The board of examiners decided Brinkley, division
man- Home is in charge. show Sept. 12. will continue to rise, according I I
AND
:. 'and some times impassioned to give him the point, he ager of the Independent Life BOYSWEAR
the
Charles Dobbs director to Southern
program Regional Edu-
phrases during Stuart's talk like said. It launched him on his career and Accident Insurance Co. will CLARENCEOVERSTREET 112 W. UNIV. AVE.READY .
for the club, said many cation Board. I Il
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: these: address the North Central Florida
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as a writer. ester erg e sseaw es .r -
prizes are being offered by a l
Moslem his Association ,.
women were of Life Under
The subject was English com- dog food .
: favorite writers at their TRENTON Clarence Lewis company.All I
subjects. "Having just regular meeting
:... emerged from behind the veil position. tomorrow noon at the Holiday Overstreet, 63, died yesterday in boys and girls may enter SEMIANNUAL- CLEARANCE

they had a fresh outlook on the Inn. the Veterans Hospital, at Lake their pets in the show. SALE

:- world. They laughed at all of More About City, following an extended ill- Contest rules and application
I ." Brinkley is legislative chairman ness. blanks will be available soon,
I : my jokes.In for the association. He was born Oct. 29, 1900, in Dobbs said.
: Burma they should put I

I =.: hind pants, you on their can't men.tell them"From from be- Congo Perfect for School, Home or Office PAINT ITl to PAJNT (L

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the women.
-Fierce Khyber tribesmen From Page 1 I sT MNIT! UNFINISHED CHESTS RS.

carrying rifles wanted to know
the rules of basketball. "I predict Leopoldville to deport citizens of -. -IiBhIIIi111IBhillhiiI------ VARNISH ITt
Brazzaville, Burundi and Mali I
: there'll be more referees -
killed there than anywhere else whose governments are accused
of backing the revolt. I
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when they learn the game. "
.f ; '; I'y" Sa' de#
In Lebanon they are selling Denouncing the governmentsas I I s '" ... r.nderea rlftet'
land in order to send their children accomplices of Communist I oa9AT -t.-,," .'. ','_' 5-DRAWER .

to American schools, and China, Tshombe told I 'tl ..v
a news L0R TRA'SIS1Oa TAPE ICCORDG :,. ., j .- ,:. CHEST
in Pakistan education opportunities conference that his order would i ., i. .
are so few applicants waiton be lifted only if their support of 0f .-. '. : ':: HOT. 3 .N :.25..._
... _
; -; F: .2. _4rwm a'
lists until dies in the rebellion ends. He accused .. -., :A.r in* 'C. ..
someone or- ,.. or .,7._ 17- .oM IS4f..
; "!f t. '._ ...,. 'f... JJ-fc....
< J't :\t.
4 der to get in school. China of moving to use the Con- .' .. ,
Stuart said he began teaching go as a base to take over all of $14 95SI.MDIllYHSANTCMfSb

In a one-room school in Ken. Africa. t. -..'._'_.t\.1.:, ....__.., ..wql.fE t/ ,1. ... COMMtffl?.9s

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.I ea teD Mr.RC, pew. sTOP PLAY WuMR LPM, HIC.PC ,
More AhoutBryant 6 Drawer .CHEST

Outboards No. 926
27" Wide. 15" deep.
> 40" high has 4 full

:: Are Stolen rrf 4' a s width drawers.drawers, 2 top $1895


.:- Two outboard motors valued From Page 1 BAYLOR 9 Dr. MR. & MRS. CHEST 10 Drawer DRESSER BASE

: at $650 were reported stolen yesterday No. 929 Has 4 drawers across
Has 3
top drawers and
from Frank's Marine in Atlantic City beginning Mon I 6 bottom drawers, is Size top 52"smoothly wide. 15"sanded.deep,

at 1031 S. Main St., Gainesville day. They planned to leave for! TRANSISTOR TAPE RECORDERCHECK smoothly sanded. Size <1'*\o c 36" high. Constructed
Police reported. the convention at various times I 36" wide, 15" deep, 32" |.y" from beautiful' Ponder- $2995
:- Owner Frank Lucius said the this weekend. high. osa Pine.

motors were a Mark 55-E and a Bryant was working in his office I I THE MANY FINE-QUALITY FEATURES: wonderfully low priced Compare at $24.95 YOUR CREDIT IS GOODCharge
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Johnson RD 21. Burglars apparently today instead of appearing at

entered by prying the before the platform committee t' Remote control mike \f Fingertip action $ 88 t1!
I I

lice hasp said.off a small rear door, po City.already at work in Atlantic I Complete I/ Graduated with speed battery controlf and earphone\f Built.in carrying case 15 G | B D S : NO NO BOTHER FUSS

The Cozy Corner on Newnan'sLake He had planned to ask the

reported a loss of $51 committee to back a proposal O.TOO RED TAPEAccWnanOuLOCALLY

worth of cigarettes and change to base electoral college votes II NO MONEY DOWN Furniture Your
Z ALE'S Store
I "
from a ransacked cigarette ma. more nearly on popular votes.In OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY
chine, after burglars got into the an interview taped Wednesday ,
place yesterday by removing at Orlando, Bryant denieda 0 I ORDER BY MAIL OWNED BY KENNETH GIBBS Own Accounh

jalousie window panes, the Ala suggestion he might become I 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVE.

chua County Sheriffs Office president of Florida State Uni-' ZALE'S Will NOT BE UNDERSOLD 102 S.W. 1st Ave. Phone FR 6-3405

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said. cersity when his term expires.I
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'ThreatenHoldMeatFroMarket 1 Buddhist Chief Assails

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Power Move Khanh \ ; ..tTHE
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.. CORNING, Iowa (AP) The ers to receive a fair price," said The NFO, now in its 10th year, The result of the 1962 holding: .. ,..". ..

National Farmers Organization, Oren Lee Staley of Rea, Mo., seeks to sign processors lo con action, which was marked by. SAIGON, South Viet Nam also warned'students to stick to! i
complaining of depressed NFO president. tracts, thus assuring a steady some violence, was never clearly
'
(AP) A top Buddhist leader their books rather than demon-:
prices, has called for withhold- "The drop in farm prices flow of livestocK to market at determined. The NFO I
publicly assailed President strations, or they might find NEW
ing of livestock from the marketin !started some 12 years ago and predetermined prices. claimed success. The processorssaid Khanh the ;:
Nguyen today as themselves in the
a move for greater bargainIng is now part of a longtime The minimum prices the NFO they were able to get sufficient army. j n1
government sought to avert an
power. trend," he said. "NFO has been I seeks are the same as two years livestock for slaughter. Buddhist leaders have voiced i I i
the first anniversary
explosion on -
The call to growers to keep making progress in the bargaining ago: $22.75 a hundredweight for However, prices paid at the of the bloody pagoda raids. fear that Khanh, now that he
their ,livestock and 2 $32.45 market did rise has pushed Minh into the back.!
off the market field. But this holding action .No. 1 graded hogs place slightly.
went out Wednesday to 23 states will give farmers the opportunity for choice beef cattle and $29.45 States involved in the current Addressing a rally of 4,000 1 ground, may create a regime I CITIZENS
,from the Rocky Mountains to to suddenly stop their punish- I a hundredweight for sheep. holding action are Iowa, Illinois, Buddhist youths, the leader, similar to that of Diem .
the East Coast. A similar action ment at the market place." I Not since 1958, have hogs Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, rich Tan Chau, sharply criti- B.i\.NK .
= was staged. by the NFO for 33 Staley, 41, in his ninth year as brought the NFO asking price. Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Nebraska : cized Khanh's assumption of ad- Blame Tragedy ..
days in 15_states two.years ago. president, said the "action will ,Within the last two years hog Kansas, North and I ditional power last Sunday,j I
"We want people to know be by far the greatest show of I prices dropped to $14.00 a hun- South Dakota, Michigan, Ten-, when he ousted Maj. Gen. : On Children !II
where ,theirpork chops and bargaining power that American dredweight. Earlier this year nessee, Colorado, New Jersey, Duong Van Minh as president I PARKING
steaks come from and for farm farmers have ever made." cattle sold for $20.50. New York, Pennsylvania, Idaho, and installed himself. BALTIMORE (AP) Police'''
Oklahoma The rally held in the -
Arkansas, Wyomingand :
say other children have admit
grounds of the Buddhist Asso
West Virginia. ted shutting the door of an
-, ciation headquarters here -
abandoned icebox in which' H COMING
was in commemoration of last
Calif. three children suffocated. |
.----)0: Plagued year's pagoda raids by police i I
,
under orders from the late The
victims Howard Banks,
Tide
Red I
By President Ngo Dinh Diem. 5, Dorene Alston, 5, and Mar-' '

Shop NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. Anxious to avoid an outbreak, lene Kennedy, 8, were found' iii SOON!
(AP) An Orange County life- police did not interfere during Aug. 10, the day after they had r
guard wrinkled his nose at the the rally and it ended without disappeared, in an old icebox in
Pacific Ocean and commented: incident. But several Buddhist a garage behind a house in the {i
"The water looks like root high school teachers said during i block in which they all lived. |I
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MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
They ONEComplete beer." the rally that they have been invited Patrolmen Nicholas Wingrove;

The red tide, an overabun- to police headquarte end Frank Wilt said Tuesday j.
dance of tiny sea creatures questioning. they were puzzled because the '
called plankton, moved south to Khanh who is a Buddhist garage door was closed when
Beach and had ordered his armed forces to the children were found, and so
Source Newport Wednesday Sun Want Ads Get Results
stretched sticky fingers all the avoid entanglement with political began questioning neighborhood
way to Laguna Beach, seven and religious groups. He children.
miles down the coast.
For The red tide has been plagu- I
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for several weeks. r
BACK-TO-SCHOOL State fish, and game authorities -
say the one-cell organisms,
called conyaulax polyhedra,
SUPPLIES! over-multiply when the ocean '
water is unusually warm.Gainesville .

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JOHN R. HARRISON. President *n'
u""It FAT COWLBS. Vlt PrssI.. By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. \:.
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r, University City Vic, FrtiMint TARTAGUONE and Ad- By RALPH MeGILLOf Recently I wrote that the American: people, myself included -
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V.rh&iaS DirKUo prize'Willing pbILIfl, have apparently abandoned all hope of eliminating, some
IrcuUUM MM| r. .
Viet PrtsMtut 14 ( Of tk. AllMU. (6& ) CMIUIBU
\ of the minor irritation of life, and give a few example

:TUB IWI FOLJCY I have been deluged by mail from readers raw with 'US"
.. 4' I 'VictoryBy Deration, the theme of which is, "It doesn't even pay to complain
I. Report th* rvwf MV **"4 IwpvtUII/ tfw ntws cofwmro. '
-it dQesn't do any good, no one any longer c are ; I
F 2. Exprtu the .pinu! .4 the Sun In.-tut enfy! in- ditorial. .
come bearing hope A week ago I sent the following letter
3. Publish all, fjfo of Importer controversial' issues. .
I to the president of an airline company:
The Sun's tiUphpnii; All Departments-3728441W Dear Sir:

,nr Ads--376-467Z Last Saturday my wife and I breakfasted at 7:30, as is
If Conquest? our custom. We arrived it Bangor Airport to take your 10:30:

flight to New York one-half hour before flight time, as un-

Abused and quested. The airplane did not land until after eleven, as un-
f Underpaid In his memoirs, "Soldier," announced. It stopped at Portland, then Briton, then New

General Matthew B. Ridg- York behind schedule. We arrived in New York at almost

Ralph E. Qdum, Florida's assistant hourly wage rate of $3.90." way wrote of the Dulles-sup exactly 3 o'clock in the afternoon. During the period we flew
J f ported recommendation in with you we were offered not one cup of coffee, not one sand-
Florida
) believes that -
attorney general, 1954 that we commit air and
wich, not one stick of bread.I .
and the nation are "rapidly approaching It's better in Gainesville, but not naval forces at Diem Bien

a crisis in law enforcement by much A survey shQW Al J chu& Phu: MENTIONED to an agent, *s I summoned:l my depleted

which will result in anarchy, County hourly wage scales to be: "At the same time that /V\AWCfcK3\ ::: strength at the end of the flight, that I found it odd that an
old delusive idea was dDo.....,""<_ _.. .
$3.90 electricians, $3.80; same & -- airline its
plumbers traveling
if effective preventive measures are ; could company should ambush passengers into
that
not established in the near future." masons, $3.60; carpenters, $3.35 ; do advanced things -the cheap we, easy MUSCLE through the noon period, well Into the middl of the afternoon

laborers, $1.25; and policemen, $2.39, knowing that theyis
way, by going into In4o-Chi-
would pot be given any re-
AlthQugh "anarchy" is perhaps an na with air and naval forces DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS 'resunents! at aU, nor time

overstatement Mr. Odum does makea The hourly wage for policemen alond. To me this had an . sufficient to get their own in I
In his talk before the here is based on a monthly salary of ominous ring. I also knew the Ht mumbledJJirksen
good case. that none of those advocat- -.......... .. --- __ ___ _ariports.. .__ _. __ .___ ___ I I
Tallahassee Chapter, Sons of the $430, the earnings of a patrolmanwith ing such a step had any accurate meuUng aooui now ww your

American Revolution, he pointed out at least four years on the force, idea of what such an s BreatherBy fares, under are, the and circumstances how impossible -,

that during 1963 there was a 10 per operation would cost us in to give food or
away any
cent increase in the number of serious .. It also reflects a 48.hour workweek blood and money and nation drink to .
al effort. WALTER UPPMANN ing needs. But there is no as old as the nation, is your passengers.I
crimes, and that crime since unusual among the state's police Although it is a bit awkwardand critical emergency w h i ch that the excitable working people write to mike a ew alternative -

1958 has increased. five times faster forces for cities similar in size i to CHIEF OF STAFF Ridg- : rather inconvenient to makes the<< delay proposed by in the cities are not to suggestions:

than the population growth. Gainesville. :Most work 40-hour way acted forthrightly, He make Congress deal with apportionment Sen. Everett Dirksen intoler- be trusted as against the stable 1. The price; of my ticket,

weeks, some work 44 hours, sent engineers, communication at the tail end of able. and virtuous farmers and New York Bangor; round trip,

Obviously, to reserve the trend, or and signal specialists i the session, the importance of that the representative system was $65. Why not raise the
Surely that ought to convince any- and exp e rienced c o mbat the subject is overriding.The THERE ARE ALSO positive should be constructed so price to $65,40, and provide
even to curtail it, the policeman must leaders who knew }how to real issue, as I see it, advantages in the Dirksen as to prevent the urban masses passengers with ope cup of
is
body that better police
necessarily play a big part in our pay one evaluate terrain In terms of is whether reapportionment of breather. It involves Congress, from ruling the state This coffee and one doughnut each,

society in the months) and years requirement for furthering the state battle tactics. "They went," the} state legislatures, whichis not only the Supreme Court, in is the principle of the New each way? I am sure the Civil

and national war on crime. said the general, "to get the necessary, but also a far- the problem of apportionment, York State Constitution which Aeronautics Board would not

ahead. answers to questions those so reaching change of habit and and the pause provided by the was framed before he turnof pbjeet to the price rise under

ut Mr, Odum makes additional blithely recommending war custom, should be propelledby Dirksen rider may help to the century, the, circumstances.

l Yet Mr. Odum points out that points ((1)) that we should respect had never taken the troubleto something more than the make the coming reapportionment This reason could prevail

police departments not able to ask. How deep was the federal J courts alone whether seem less terrifying to when (he city people! were stilla Or 2, advertise yourself, in
are and honor our policemen rather than -
the bar Saigon
water over at that is to say, this great those who will lose! by it. minority. It cannot prevail the newspapers aM airports,
hire and keep enough policemen with demean them; ((2)) that we adopt, ? What were the dock change in the political bal- For many of us this will much longer now that they as the Low Calorie Ai"line

even minimal qualifications, He through legislative bodies, more uni- and harbor facilities? Where ance of power should have also help to assuage a trouble con- have become a preponderant "Fly With Vs and Lose

quotes Los Angeles Chfef William F. form and higher standards for police. could we store the tons of the approval of Congressand science abgut the dilemma majority.BUT Weight." Those who elect not

Parker: "We have the money but men; ((3)) that the implementationof supplies we there would? How need good to be subjected to the test posed by the Supreme Court's to combine weight reduction
support us with flying will then have an
of a constitutional amend decision in the Alabama case THERE IS another
we can't get a sufficient number of these higher standards be made was the road net. how to at
ment. Taking this to be ,the and Mr. Justice Harlan's dissenting reason, closely related in opportunity arrive your
21-year-old persons with high school through intensive training programs could' supplies be transportedas airlines with a thermos of coffee -
of the Dirksen The in the-
l1ion. dissent but
purpose practice, separate
both in the schools and in fighting forces moved in- propo- op and dinner with
education: or the equivalent to come public a pail
sal, it seems to me sound ing opinion argued powerfully ory. It is, as Madison puts it,
into this service and do this work special adult courses; and (4) that land What, and of in the what climate tonnages! The? and in the end desIrable against bringing the affairsof that is is necessary to "re- sandwiches.Or .

because of the treatment that} the firearms be controlled by required rainfall? What tropical diseases the state legislatures into fine the will of the people"

police are afforded by the people in registry with local authorities and a would attack the combat TUJ; HEART of the matteris the federal courts., and! that one of the best waysof 3. keep a limited number -
of K aboard and!
America." central agency of the state. soldier in that jungle that, since about 1890, the The opinion was, in my doing this is to have a leg. auction them Rations the
land? United States, which,was then view, unanswerable, but for islature with two houses in during flight
time. I have doubt the air
composed two-thirds of ople one enormous fact. That is which the house is i no
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The report was complete.The upper
the of The last point is that is line could make substantial
Aside: from question prestige one sure I a "
area was found to be from farms and villages, has that thj& unreprpsenta U v estate more stable and more conservative -
(admittedly an important fact.. to raise some controversy Yet, as practically devoid of those been transformed. Two ,.t thirdsof legislatures are unwillIng profit by offering thfcjn'aCleTus : .

or), the P&1& are woefully under- ,IMtQi um pointsout: "At the time facilities which modern forces the Americans now live in to reform themselves. The The real question which will say 2:40:at p.m.(10 at prices ounce beginning pf

paid, and this is especially true ,in the gun is registered, ballistics tests find essential to waging cities or in the suburbs; But underrepresented voters in the confront the states is how to hardtack.OR per

Florida. Consider these figures from should be made and records kept of war. Communications, high- the apportionment of at least cities and suburbs have littleor construct senates in which,

Mr. Odum's speech: the ballistic markings on bullets ways, railways were almost 44 ef the state legislaturesdoes no power to compel re though all voters are equal, 4. PERSUADE the Red
nonexistent. Port facil- not represent this form. In this situation, when the senators will check and
fired from the gun. This would tendto Cross to maintain a St. 'Bernard -
ities and airfields were to- change.In there is indubitable evil for balance the lower house.It .
"In Dade County, police officers make it possible to immediately tally inadequate. The land these 44 states, less than which there 'is no known legal is not an insoluble )prob dog at each of your

are paid an average hourly rate of identify the gun from which any was rice paddy and Jungle 40 per cent of the people elect remedy, the interventionof lem. The states will have to atops to those, to of administer first aid

$2.62, or 1471.60 per month, The prevailing bullet was fired and to discover with- particularly adapted to a controlling majority of the the Supreme Court was the deal with the problem by mak arrive giddy your from passengerswho hunger

wage rate for laborers in out delay the owner of the gun the guerrilla type warfare at legislature. In 13 of these only way of breaking the lag the senatorial districts (Motto; "What Other Air-
which the Chinese were even states, one-third or less of the deadlock.But! larger and the number of senators .
Dade County is 12.15 per hour or I realize there is strong objection themselves line Greets You with St. B',
then as
proving people can elect a controlling such a choice of the smaller Each senator .
nards? )
month. In the county the part of sports clubs, rifle clubs
same the French.
$387 per masters against '
majority of the legislature.While lesser of two evils is not attractive will therefore represent a
scale for electricians !. and other to laws which forbid WE COULD have committed -
the prevailing wage groups statistics of this and as one of those much more varied constituency limited
is $4.20 per hour or $756 per the sale or ownership of pistols a vast army, air force misrepresentation cry out for troubled by it I welcome Sen- than a member of the low My that airline experience suggests -
and no anywherein
month. In Escambia County the aver- and rifles. I do not see, however, and navy The there cost would won have a reform, It Is nevertheless true ator Dirksen's action in tak- er house. The states can give the entire world operates en

age pay of police officers is $410.40per how any good citizen would objectto victory been greater than that paidin that the problem here, unlike ing the question to Congressand the senators a longer term so spartan a regimen. I remember .

month, whereas the prevailing having his gun registered and a Korea that of the civil rights bill a to the amending pro- and higher pay. This will tendto getting a very ,adequate -
few months ago, is not sucha cess. give the senators a broader meal on a flight from
earned by plumbers is $711. record kept of its ballistics mark- The same glib ideas about
wages
this country's going ahead to present danger that delay is The public discussion i view, a less hurried view, Burundi to Ruanda. Granted I
In Hillsborough County police makean ings/1 win total victory in South intolerable. It is essential that which will ensue, will be clarified more honor, a greater independence it is unsafe to starve-Africans.

average salary of $381.60 per east Asia again are being the city and suburban people if we distinguish the two and sense of responsIbility If your company were ever to I'
month. Unskilled labor is paid the We commend Mr. Odum for his advanced by a presidential be properly represented in principal arguments w h ich take over managernert of

prevailing wage rate of $360 and the research into this problem which candidate, by lacquared and their state legislatures in order have been used to justify the These are ways to refine air service between those two

rate for carpenters is $648. In Leon ought to concern every Floridian and coiffed ladies at cocktail par that they may be better overrepresentation of the rural the will of the people without places or others, in_.Afrci! ..
ties, and by earnest middle- able 'to deal with their press- voters. One reason, which obstructing it. you would no doubt find: that\
hourly American. We believe his
make
County police an average every approach ._. ._.
.'.....p I'\lIti. .. .vivA. .".. .
aged men at conventions, r"a' g, '.
rate of $1.89, whereas unskilled is sound and reflects his business and professional. than embarked. Cometo< thinkof .

labor is paid at the prevailing hourly nearly quarter century of working When General Ridgw a y TO MAINTAIN PROSPERITYJohnson's it, your flights have Been

rate of $1.15. Plumbers there have an closely with Florida police officers. presented the report to then overcrowded lately. C!'JUdthis I

President Eisenhower, the be what you have in,
= air and naval aid idea was Balancing Act mind? Really, I can't think.
-11' what you have in mind. -
I I abandoned.The- .. v_..__ yo_kt..t1..

Voice of the People today. same A huge factors army and prevail a By RICHARD WILSON back which would create recession ample -for the government's Wm.IuuLr4LJuIu.11 F. Buckley, Jr.,

vast national effort could Chief, conditions and thus money spenders.MR. .
push through the jungles, Cowles Washington Bureau have a broader effect on the AND WHAT do you know,
JOHNSON wants
I I rice swamps and mountainsand WASHINGTON If Lyn-' election outlook. It is for this an- I have back a letter from the

____-.__________________________-on The Sun's Opinion Page occupy the land. But don Johnson can continue to reason that he has been con- other budget under $100 bil president of the airline, most
lion.
there would be no general to develop the confidence of big ferring lately with William Normally the budget of which was a grateful sur
Opinions and comments of Sun rc4m ort wslctm' I. t h. Voice of the Peep! column. Letters come forward and sign the business management without McChesney Martin of the Fed- would go up from year to prise. "I received your let-
must .. signed .n4 liter the writer's 'dress. NaMes will be withheld if requested. A letter should terms of surrender. We alienating labor he will have eral Reserve Board, year, under the New Frontier ter," he said, "_I'm sorry
siot eiceed 500 words .nd must -fee written .* 'nry one side of the .....,. Poetry cannot Iq used. The untilwe a con- doctrine of expanding needs of
Sun reserves the right to reject ny Utter Of t. shorten it, without chenfing the wri",', meaning .r would need to remain done what his predecessorscould servative minded money an expanding population, but your flight was off schedule, .
I.t..t. could create a govern not.President. manager, who seemed to have for I am sure the late arrival -
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ment. If, having won sucha Johnson has been overlooked while the President Johnson has left all served as an aggravation :
; and near-Nazis. Finally he It is food for thought when
that talk behind.He
He's 'Worried victory, we departed, the sophisticated to Further, I have ask-
signs himself or herself one considers the primary warned Roger Blough of U.S. President got his administra. you.
will undoubtedly be.able to
"Worried". topic of Freedom. I wonder enemy would return. Steel not to raise prices and tion in order. ed our Passenger Service people -
What then? announce an under-$100 billion to review our food and
has
But suggested to Henry Ford
Anonymous This is pitiful. Such anonymous where the Protestant church RECOGNIZING a new situation HE HAS BEEN talkingabout budget just prior to the election beverage policy with respectto
that he lower but
lamentations do not belong would be U Martin Luther prices, methods of the "
keeping and to find out from
type of war, try this flight.
a new
I writ in
Sun what
EDITOR, : in Voice of the People had signed his theses "Wor- in an area where departureof is not generally knownis economy from slipping backin Barry Goldwater how he
answer to the letter in the but should be included in the ried" or where this nation that he has been rougher
the second of next
would and
French colonialism left a quarter cut such a budget How is that for To
Sun on Sunday, Aug. 16 signed "Dear Abby" feature.I would now be if the signersof political and power vacuum, Johnson with Walter told Reuther.Reuther Mr.he year. The possibility of cut- still ,expand military expendI- be sure, the letter progress ended on a
by "Worried". In it. he do not write to take issue the Declaration of Independence we are trying to conta i n ting excise taxes and other' tures. discouraging vote: "I win
would him all the if
she takes to task those with his primary conten- had, with trembling those fight way the
or communism by training measures to stimulate 'The Johnson fiscal policy mike no comment with respcct -
the head of the Auto Workers _
knees
,who are members of certain tions, as he is entitled to his document; signed"Wor ied"this great and"Fearful" opposed to it to have the will, Union tried to break- economy have been discussed.In and the attempt to equalize to your several gratu .

"Freedom Crusades" and own opinion, and to express r the techniques and the political the eminent'sguide formulating the 1966 bud- management and labor are tow suggestions and C 0 in-
who attempt to ferret out it freely. However, I cannot and "Coward"and stability to resist it. So through g o v get, he instructed Budget Di: cut from the same piece. Theyare ments." Well, the gentleman
and
"Chicken" lines ,
those in high places who believe that the fear of reprisal far we have not had much on wages what rector Kermit Gordon to tell an effort to manage, didn't think much of my suggestions ...
it looks as if that is
have shown leftist tendenciesor from members of this When one considers opin- luck either in South Korea department heads: ""The man along broad lines, the economy which makes me -
Communist leanings and community can be great ions in print, he should have or South Viet Nam. Reuther is trying to do. who will count with Johnson is and
of the con-
MR. JOHNSON is not building country sad, but he will change the
-
these latter that who has the right to know whose
who often name enough one opinions "Preventive war" the the man who spends less than tinue stable growth. The President -
Individuals as "com-symps", something to say worth expounding he is considering. This setting of issues by conquest himself on one point. All last )'earDefense." is fond of saying that airline's policies, which I :

"pinkos", or "Reds". in public and in might also apply to the editorials takes us back to a studyof the representatives of big RobertS. be knows bow to spend the makes me, and the Jarm surplus j

Then this fearless writer print must sign himself in the GainesvilleSun. the empires of Alexanderand business management and Secretary government's money but he glad. So take heart. Say :.
"Worried" and not with his ownership who have said or McNamara go the message .
and labels and of todayas
around of Rome avaiIetis. ; :
turns right wants' to avoid it because he not the struggle naught
Instead of
WILLIAM. EVANS JR. M.D. Viet suggested that they will go all immediately.
"crusaders" as fascists name. we look at Korea,
these :
knows the of the coun- .
Laos Africa. the way for LBJ will not do wheeling up to the White sense .
Nam ,
Cypress -
is that the House in air conditioned try is that the government is -
(This is the first of two articles so. The truth an
POTOMAC FEVERBy based on the conclusions President doesn't count muchon Cadillac to discuss next year'seconomy spending too much. i :.' '....-.. ... -.. --.

of the team of military political support in the McNamara drove He is going on the principlethat _- H
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau experts sent to IndoChina election campaign from Re- up in a little red Falcon, and his role' is to unify, not

committee isn't it give President Johnson by General MatthewB. publican big business sources. the President noticed this and divide. But he has not yet The first seven Presidents of :' :
The Democratic platform sure can
exactly the kind of platform he wants. There should be more in it than just the Ridgway in 1954. The second President Johnson's concern spoke of it wi'h approval. He come to a cr'sis where thereis the United States were 'not native -. -:: :

Dow-Jones averages and a recipe for Texas Barbecue. deals with Red China. runs deeper than winning a is still on his economy binge, an irreconcilable conflict born Americans. Their ::
-- We could conquer- but what few Republican votes. His switching off the White Houselights between big labor and big birthdates preceded the indePendence

A new song:, written especially for the 88th Congress, U sung at a White then? General Ridg a y's concern is that the economy and counting the pennies management. Until- then h 1 s of the United 'States :

House lawn party. Why Why not just LBJ singing: "Do Nothing Til You Hear conclusions discuss that shall be kept thriving so that and dollars he is saving unifying efforts are working and they were torn aj British"subject ---:
From Me" as usual? question.) there will be no business get- so as to be able to set an ex- out pretty well. *. (

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1 J 4 GatntsvIHt" Sun Thurtday, August 20, 1964Florida's _ _ a.. _. .. a ___________
I congregation of the Philadelphia -ANNOUNLTSM1SNT

CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB. Baptist Church will render \
II Bearers No.
The Pill Lodge
I joint services at 11 l.m.
113 will meet at the regular I
Weekly
with Emanuel Baptist. -

1 tfnt5uil1 iU1t F. Child., Colored News Editor: activities: Monday 7:30 p. place All dues Tuesday and tax Aug.are 25 to at be 8 p.m.paidat I I

: m. Choir No. 2 will rehearse. .
VACANCIES EXIST the contributions of Negro Tuesday 7:30 p.m. prayer MeetS this me tIng. Charley Ross, I

THE tN MANY FIELDSA leaders who faced heavy odds ng. Thursday 6:30 p.m. Choir pres. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re

I recent survey conducted in and limited opportunity, Ne- fo. 1 will rehearse. Rev. T. D. porter.

and Florida shows that over 3,000 groes of today face a definite Davis, pastor, Mrs. Mattie Mid- DAY I
JOHN R. HARRISON President SOUTHBy YOUTH
Futtlshtrj PAl COWLti, Viet Pmt. technicians are needed to meet challenge.The ,dleton reporter.BROOKERNEWS.

Beautiful Cllnf It JOHNSON. Viet Prindtnl the demands of industry the farms, industries and The young people of Zion Temple
\ and Kxtcwtivt Edittr W. O. (Ml)
present era. A. M. E. Zion Church are
EltRSOLt. Vie Prtsidtnt and AII leadership of the past should PersonalsMrs.
t RALPH McGILL ,
'University City TARTAOLIONC, The openings for skilled observing Youth Day Sun day
vtrtltine Oirteton BOB Pnhtier Frti Wlnalac PiklUk inspire those who have accessto I Ruth Strowder and
.. I I'E ViCe President and CirculaUM Maaagir. Of tfc. AtUaU. (Oft.) CMiUtatl Draftsmen creates a major problem -' the best schools and unlimited recently return Aug. 23 at 3 p.m. A special
grandchildren
in the industrial world youth will be presentedin
program
opportunities for developingskills
THE SUN'S POLICY ed home after a three weeks
'VictoryBy especially in the south and in vocational and technical' vacaton in Miami. which many of our talent.

'1 1. Report tht flaws fully and Impartially) in the news columns. Florida in particular, with new education. I ed youngsters of the city will

) 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. industries being establishedhere The door of opportunity is Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mingo participate. The youths of Zion

i 3. Publish all tides of Important controversial issues. every year.Considering open to those who wish to be-:,and children, and Mrs. Marga. Temple are inviting all youths,
f $ ret Merrick of Miami were vaca adults and friends to be present.
these facts the
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 come skilled craftsmen and
tioning in Brooker last week. Miss Florida Jean Souder, re
instructors in vocational and
Ads-376-4672 technicians and enhance their
Want Conquest?' .technical; education at Hamp- standard of living. Hampton All Mrs.reported Mary a pleasant Montgomery trip. of III porter.

F Lon; Junior College are prepared Junior College can help those
Miami also spent a week Va- CLUB COUNCIL MEETS
to train those wishing to be- who are interested.

i Abused and Underpaid In his memoirs, "Soldier," I come skilled craftsmen.The William H. Jackson, Presi- cation in Brooker. I The Gainesville Club Council -

General Matthew B. Ridg- automotive industry is dent; Ralph P. Malone, Dean Mrs. Ora McGinnis and sisters will hold a meeting at the

t Ralph E. Odum, Florida's assistant hourly wage rate of $3.90." way wrote of the Dulles-sup ,calling for skilled workers and Student Personnel Service; Bes- Leatha, Alene and Alda of Recreation Center today at 8

\ believes that Florida ported recommendation in is assisting junior colleges in sie Mae Wesley, reporter. Archer visited relatives In p.m. All members and interested -

attorney general, 1954 that we commit air and .
Florida by helping students re- Brooker last Sunday.Mr. persons are asked to attendso
I and the nation are "rapidly approaching It's better in Gainesville, but not naval forces at Diem Bien
ceive proper training. PERSONALS and Mrs. Alfred Wash- that final plans for the

a crisis in law enforce- by much. A survey shows Alachua Phu: ,Jobs in garages, factories, Visiting here from Macon, inton left last week for Ft. "Miss 20th Century" Contest can

\ ment which will result in anarchy, County hourly wage scales to be: "At the same time that and other related fields are Ga. Mrs. Annie Jones, Mr. Ed- Pierce. Mr. Washingron will I I be made. It will be held Satur-

if effective preventive measures are plumbers, $3.90; electricians, $3.80 ; same old delusive idea was waiting to be filled. ward Jones and Master Sam- begin his teaching professionthere. day, Aug. 29, at 8 p.m. in the
advanced that we coulddo in the mie Jones, Mrs. Shirley Garey Friends are wishng him auditorium of Lincoln High
not established in the near future. masons, $3.60; carpenters, $3.35 ; the Building contractors
things cheap,
easy and infant, Teresa Garey. Miss success. School. L. V. Davis, pres., Mrs
laborers and $2.39. state say there is an urgent
$1.25 policemen
; way, by going into InJ -Chl- Gloria Parker and Master Gar-
Pauline Bowles, chairman of
need for skilled tradesmen in
with air and naval forces Attending ConferenceThe
Although "anarchy" is perhaps an na ey Stewart. They are visiting publicity.
overstatement Mr. Odum does makea The hourly wage for policemenhere alond. To me this had an the masonry field. Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Shannon, second annual meetingof
ominous ring. I also knew The rapid increase in home the North Florida District
Mrs. Shannon is their aunt.
good case. In his talk before the is based on a monthly salary of PLEDGE SERVICE
that none of those advocat- construction and business build Their is indefinite.Mr. was held at the Mt. Pleasant -

Tallahassee Chapter, Sons of the $430, the earnings of a patrolman ing such a step had any accurate ings requires additional electricians stay and Mrs. Mack Speightare Methodist Church, Gainesville, The \V. S. C. S of Bartley Temple .

American Revolution, he pointed out with at least :four years on the force.It idea of what such an in the Ocala area. spending the summer visiting -August 12 14. Among those Methodist Church will holda

that during 1963 there was a 10 per operation would cost us in The local junior college can with their relatives. First attending were: Mrs. Beria special pledge service Sunday

cent increase in the number of serious also reflects a 48-hour work blood and money and national provide the training needed by they were' guests of their dau- Norris and children, Miss Irma Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. The newly-

effort students interested in all these Mrs. Christine Williamsand Jean and Carol E. Nor. elected president ii asking all
crimes, and that crime since week, unusual among the state's police ghter,
ris. Mrs. Altemese Walker and members and friends of the -
society
1958 has increased five times faster forces :for cities similar in size to fields. son of Brooklyn, N.Y.
CHIEF OF STAFF Ridg- Willie Lamar and Greg
sons, be and
of Marion Thence to Chicago, Illinois to present pledge
The
history
than the growth. Gainesville. Most work 40-hour acted forthrightly. He County Nellie Moore Misses
population way reveals leadersin where they visited ano'ther ory, Mrs. spiritual and financial support.
prominent
weeks, some work 44 hours. sent engineers, ommunica-- the past some were Negroes who daughter, Mrs. Catherine Manning Delphine E. Nelson and Vera I I Rev. Damon Dell, pastor, Mrs.

Obviously, to reserve the trend, or tion and signal specialists, owned and operated large busi- and son. They are havinga Jane Washington, Mrs. Nellie Esther H. Thomas, reporter.

must Surely that ought to convince any and exp e rienced c o mbat .........................'..". very delightful vacation.Mrs Moore, James Gaskin, John
to curtail it the policeman
even leaders who knew how to u<:: <:: Banks and Miss Ellistine Ross. SCHOOL REGISTRATIONAll
Esther Hamm
,
necessarily play a big part in our body that better police pay is one evaluate terrain In terms of The McDuffy farms, extend- reporter. Mrs. Nellie Moore, reporter.
) requirement for furthering the state battle tactics. "They went," ing from the Cullison Slaughter new pupils will register for
LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL I
society in the months and years and national war on crime. said the general, "to get the House west of Ocala, to Wau- Registration for twelfth :PARADISE NEWSSt. the 1964-65 school year Friday,

I, ahead. answers to questions those so tula, were owned and operatedby grade students of Lincoln High Luke Baptist Church August 21, 1964. Kindergarteners

But Mr. Odum makes additional blithely recommertding war J. D. McDuffy.This School will take place in the :Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -' and 1st graders must have

Yet Mr. Odum points out that had never taken the troubleto was only one of many 'auditorium Friday August 21 J Worship 11 a.m. Evening proof of birth. Kindergartners
points (1) that we should respect ask. How deep was the farms that a Negro owned. Ne-'at 9:30 a.m. At this time home- :service 7 pjn. Rev. R. A.' must have attained the age of 4

police departments are not able to and honor our policemen rather than water over the bar at Saigon groes also owned and operated room assignments will be'Jackson, pastor, Miss Leah G. years and 9 months on or be-

hire and keep enough policemen with demean them ; (2) that we adopt, ? What were the dock livery stables that shelteredsome 'made and daily schedules will ]Rentz, reporter. fore the 1st day of September.First .

I even minimal qualifications. He through legislative bodies, more uniform !- and harbor facilities? Where of Central Florida's fin- be given. Persons having graders must have attained

I quotes Los Angeles Chief William F. : and higher standards for policemen could we store the tons of est horses. deficiencies or irregularities JAMES CLARK 5 years and 9 months on or
supplies we would need to James Clark of 1007 N. Pine. before September 1st. Parentsare
Parker: "We have the money but ; (3) that the implementationof Levi Alexander Sr., Robert I should report to the registrarfor
there? How good
support us All students Street, Starke, died in Mercy: asked to accompany chil-
and John Brown adjustments. new
we can't get a sufficient number of these higher standards be made was the road net. how Thomas known, who have never attended I Hospital In Jacksonville Tues dren for registration. An activity -
building
21-year-old persons with high school through intensive training programs could supplies be transportedas were tractors. Phillip as Giles owned con- Lincoln or any school in the I day. He was a lifelong citizen fee of $3 is paid for each

education or the equivalent to come both in the public schools and in fighting forces moved inland the Ocala Knitting Mill which county will also register at this :of Starke and a member of the child entering school for the

into this service and do this work special adult courses ; and (4) that What, and of in the what climate tonnages? The? was located on the corner of time. .Mt. Marriah M. E. Church.He year 19641965.

t because of the treatment that the firearms be controlled by required rainfall? What tropical diseases Main and Third. is survived by a wife, Mrs. -
YOUNG PEOPLE'S REVIVAL
t police are afforded by the people in registry with local authorities and a would attack the combat From here, clothing was distributed The people's revival :Matilda Clark; a daugher, Mrs.
America." central agency of the state. soldier in that jungle young ,Rosalee Byrd of Starke;; two
the United will at the Friendship
begin
throughout tuarit5
i <
land? 'sons, Joseph Thomas of Jasper,
States and the business created Baptist Church Monday August
and Eddie Lee Thomas of Tal-
Aside from the question of prestige The last point is one that is sure The report was complete.The I 24 at 7:30 p.m. and end Fri- AlvinL.
for
found to be numerous jobs Negroes. lahassee; two grandsons,
area was
(admittedly an important factor to raise some controversy. Yet, as devoid of tnose day August 28. Everyone is : Green of Starke and James MRS. LAURA DAVIS
practically Frank Gadson owned and cordially invited to attend. : Mrs. Laura Davis of 510 N.W.
I ) the police are woefully underpaid Mr. Odum points out, "At the time facilities which modern forces operated Dean of New York; a sister-in- ,
a clothing store on South Rev. D. E. White, pastor, O.M. : 8th Street, will have funeral
I and this is especially true in the gun is registered, ballistics tests find essential to wagingwar. law Mrs. Irene Cohens of
Magnolia; R. S. Mitchell owned Maxey, repOrter.CHOIR services from the Mt. Pleas-
Florida. Consider these figures from should be made and, records kept of Communications, high the block between Orange and Gainesville. ant Methodist Church Friday at

Mr. Odum's speech: the ballistic markings on bullets ways, railways were almost Pine and Gibbs Crompton, a TO REHEARSEChoir Funeral ararngements will be 4 pjn. with Rev. W. M. Ferguson -

fired from the gun. This would tendto ities and nonexistent.airfields Port facil-to- graduate of Tuskegee Institute No. 1 of the First Bap- announced by Chestnut & Haile officiating. Interment will

"In Dade County, police officersare make it possible to immediately tally inadequate. The were land majoring in tailoring, owned tist Church will hold its rehearsal Funeral Home of Starke.ANNOUNCEMENT follow in the Shiloh Cemetery in I

hourly rate -of identify the from which and and operated a tailor shop Friday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Archer. I
paid an average gun any was rice paddy jungle Bessie, M. Johnson, reporter.
which is now a clothing storeat
$2.62, or $471.60 per month. The pre bullet was fired and to discover with- particularly adapted to 217 W. Broadway.The Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor. The Religious Choirs Union Her immediate survivors include 1\

vailing wage rate for laborers in out delay the owner of the gun the guerrilla type warfare at will render a musical program her husband, Clarence Davis II

Dade County is $2.15 per hour or I realize there is strong objection on which the Chinese were even store, in its original location CHURCH NEWS entitled "Choirs on Parade" at Miami; sisters; Mrs. Artis )

$387 per month. In the same countythe the part of sports clubs, rifle clubs then masters proving against themselves the French.as is operated by the I First Baptist, Sunday School the East Newport Baptist t Ross, city, Mrs. Mamie Wor-
Crompton family, and supplies 9:45 a.m. Afternoon service 3 Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. mack, Haines City, uncle; Earl
prevailing scale for elect..iclans and other to laws which for-
wage
groups WE COULD have committed
p.m. Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor, Jenkins, pastor. Please note: Thomas, Titusville, aunts, Mrs.
is $4.20 per hour or $756 per bid the sale or ownership of pistols a vast army, air force clothing to many citizens Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson, re The Choirs Union program has Bessie Burns, Ocala, Mrs. Ola

month. In Escambia County the aver- and rifles. I do not see, however, and navy there and won a throughout Marion County. porter. been changed from the second Mae Thomas, city, step-father;

age pay of police officers is $410.40per how any good citizen would objectto victory. The cost would have The Metropolitan Savings Shady Grove Primitive Bap- Monday of the month until the Dave Smith, city.
been greater than that paidin Bank, which was located in
tist Sunday School 10 a.m. in each month.
fourth Sunday
month, whereas the prevailingwages having his gun registered and a Korea. Ocala, was the only Negro-op and teachers in charge. Relatives are to meet it the
earned by plumbers is $711. record kept of its ballistics mark Supt. Deacon Tom Robinson, pres. .
The same glib ideas about erated bank on Magnolia Streetat Pastor will review the lesson. Neal residence at 3:15: p.m. to form -
Beatrice reporter.ANNOUNCEMENT
In Hillsborough County police makean ings." this country's going ahead to the present site of Eagle Morning worship 11 a.m. Eve- the procession to the church.

average salary of $381.60 per win total victory in South- Furniture Company. ning service 7 pjn. Rev. R. J. Duncan Brothers Morticians are i

month. Unskilled labor is paid the We commend Mr. Odum for his east Asia again are being Gadson, Crompton, Giles, Mc Gainous, pastor, Mrs. F. D. in charge. -: \
advanced by a presidential Duffy, Michell and other Ne- Shannon, reporter. The City Wide Mission Band ..
prevailing wage rate of $360 and the research into this problem which I '
and
candidate, by lacquared gro leaders, recognized as out- Emanuel Baptist Order of will meet at Bell's Nursery to-
rate for carpenters is $648. In Leon ought to concern every Floridian and coiffed ladies at cocktail par businessmen 4:30 Mrs. Eliza T.
standing were con- Service: Sunday School 10 a. day at : p.m.
County police make an average hourly every American. We believe his approach ties, and by earnest middle- nected with the bank. m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Bell, pres. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, People In :;

rate of $1.89, whereas unskilled is sound and reflects his aged men at conventions, Looking back and reviewing Rev. W. D. Dennis, pastor and reporter. ..
business and professional. .. .... ..
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labor is paid at the prevailing hourly nearly quarter century of working
of Plumbers there have When General Ridgw a y TO MAINTAIN PROSPERITYJohnson's II Ine INewsMINNEAPOLIS :
rate $1.15. an closely with Florida police officers. presented the report to then
(AP)-Bai't :
President Eisenhower, the I
-- air and naval aid idea was Goldwater Jr. says there'll be .:

abandoned.The Balancing ActBy no government job for hinvif ...
factors his father is elected president.*" ..:

Voice of the People today. same A huge army and prevail a RICHARD WILSON back which would create recession ample 'for-" the government'smoney "I would have too much self .

vast national effort could Chief, conditions and thus spenders.MR. pride" to accept, the. 26-year- -

push through the jungles, Cowles Washington Bureau have a broader effect on the JOHNSON wants an- old son of the..RtpubUcalt can-
I rice swamps and mountains WASHINGTON If election outlook. It is for didate told newsmen. "I want to
Lyn- this
under bil
On The Sun's other budget $100
Opinion Page==.. and the land. But Johnson make it on my-own," :
occupy don can continue to reason that he has been con- lion. Normally the budget _ _
there would be no general to develop the confidence of big ferring lately with William
Opinions end comments of Sua reooers .ro wek gm. in the Voice ef tlTo People column. Utters come forward and sign the would go up from year to BARCELONA, Spain '(APJ',;,:, -
must be signed and bear the, writer's del,.... Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should business management without McChesney Martin of the Fed- year, under the New Frontier
net exceed 500 words end must be written on only one side; of the pe,.... Poetry cannot b. us.d. The terms of surrender. We alienating labor he will have eral Reserve Board, a conservative doctrine of expanding needs of Painter Salvador DaK; whose -
SHU reserves the rij.lt to reject say letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or would need to remain until done what his predecessorscould minded money works get high prices in the
but
intent. we could create a go.emment. notPresident who an expanding population, United States, is doing a-neW: :
manager, seemed to have
President Johnson has left all
and near-Nazis. Finally he It is If, having won such Johnson has been overlooked while 'one called "Deification of the
He's 'Worried food for thought when the that sophisticated talk behind.He ..-
signs himself or herself one considers the primary: a victory, we departed, the warned Roger Blough of U.S. President got his administration will undoubtedly be able to Dollar. .
'''W rried''. topic of Freedom. I wonder. enemy would return. Steel not to raise prices ,and in order. i Dali told the news agency' --- -
But Anonymous What then? announce an under-$100 bilb'onbudget the "be :
This is Such where has suggested to Ford Logos that painting will
pitiful. anonymous the Protestant church I Henry
RECOGNIZING situation HE HAS BEEN talkingabout just prior to the election -
new dollars and dollars"
lamentations do not be- would beif Martin Luther a that he lower prices, but "just more :
EDITOR, Sun: I write in of methods of keeping the and try to find out from I.
war, it .
a new type : The agency predicted would
long in Voice of the Peoplebut had signed his theses "Wor.ned" o what is not generally knownis
answer to the letter in the in an area where departure economy from slipping backin Barry Goldwater how he be his most-expensive work.
included in where that he has been ,
should be the or this nation]t rougher
of French colonialism left a the second quarter of next would cut such a budget and __ \
Sun on Sunday, Aug. 16 sign- "Dear Abby" feature. would now be if the signer:!' with Walter Reuther. Mr. -
political and power vacuum, year. The possibility of cut- stjll expand military expendi HAIFA, Israel (AP) "r man
ed by "Worried". In it, he I do not write to take issue of the Declaration of Independence o Johnson told Reuther he
excise taxes and other'measures tures. '-
we are trying to contain ting '*
or she takes to task those with his primary conten- had, with trembl. would fight him all the_ way if artist and not a politician., : \I
: communism by training those to stimulate the -
who are members of certain tions, as he is entitled to his ing knees, signed this greal the head of the Auto Workers The Johnson fiscal policy snapped Sophia Loren.
i opposed to it to have the will, economy have been discussed.In and the to That was the Italian actress1 -
"Freedom Crusades" and own opinion, and to expressit document "Wor r ied" and"Fearful" Union tried to break attempt equalize -
the techniques and the political formulating the 1966 bud- :
!p and reaction to a report from-Da-
ferret out and "C d' management labor are r.mascu.s ,
to o war through the eminent'sguide
who attempt freely. However, I cannot g 0 v
stability to resist it. So get, he instructed Budget Di- from the that Arab embassies l in : I
cut
same They
those in high places who believe that the fear of reprisal and "Chicken"When lines on wages, and piece.
had
far we have not much rector Kermit Gordon to tell are an effort to manage Italy are investigating to deler- :.: ;
r have shown leftist tendenciesor from members of this one considers opin luck either in South Korea it looks as if that is what ,
Communist leanings and department heads: "The man along broad lines, the econo- mine if her movie, "Judith," ': '
community can be great ions in print, he should hav South Viet Nam. Reuther is trying to do.
or who will count with Johnson i is t
who often name these latter enough that one who has the right to know whose opinions 'Preventive war" the MR. JOHNSON is not build- my of the country and continue sould be banned in Arab coun- -

individuals as "com.symps", something to say worth expounding he is considering. Thi! setting of issues by ing himself on one point All the man who" spends less tha' stable growth. The Pres- tries. "Judith" is being filmed r ;
conquest
"pinkos", or "Reds". in* public and in might also apply' to the editorials takes us back to a study the representatives of big last year. ident is fond of saying that in Israel. : I

Then, this fearless writer print must sign himself in the GainesvilleSun. of the empires of Alexanderand business management and Defense Secretary Robert be knows how to spend the "As far as I know, Arab I

turns right around and labels "Worried" and not with his of Rome and of today ownership who have said or S. McNamara got the mes- government's money but he states are democratic countries .;

these "crusaders" as fascists name. WILLIAM C. EVANS JR. MJ>. as we look at Korea, Viet suggested that they will go all sage immediately. Instead of wants to avoid it because he and I cannot believe" that they :-

Nam, Laos Cypress, Africa. the way for LBJ will not do wheeling up to the White- knows the sense of the country will boycott me, Miss Loren
so. The truth is that the House in an air conditioned is that the government is
(This is the first of two articles said.TAORMINA
POTOMAC FEVERBy based on the 'conclusions President doesn't count muchon Cadillac to discuss next year's spending too much. Sicily (AP) _

of the team of military political support in the economy McNamara drove He is going on the principlethat Marlene Dietrich scored a -. :

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau experts sent to IndoChina election campaign from Re- up in a little red Falcon, and his role Is to unify, not triumph in her Italian. singing _. :

The Democratic platform committee isn't sure it can give President Johnson by General Matthew publican big business sources. the President noticed this and divide. But he has not yet debut. ::'- ...

exactly the kind of platform he wants. There should be more in it.than just the Ridgway in 1954. The second President Johnson's concern spoke of it with approval. ,He come to a crisis where thereis The German-born singer and ,;

Dow-Jones averages and a recipe for Texas Barbecue. deals with Red China. runs deeper than winning a Is still on his economy binge, an irreconcilable conflict actress appeared Wednesdaynight -T :

IL We could conquer- but what few Republican votes H i s switching off the White House between big labor and big in a "Song of the World" :

A ,new song, written especially for the 88th Congress, is sung at a White then? General Ridgw a y's concern is that the economy lights and counting the pennies management. Until then his festival In the Sicilian resort of

House lawn party. Why Why not just LBJ singing "Do Nothing Til You Hear conclusions discuss that shall be kept thriving so that and dollars he is saving unifying efforts are working Taormina. Italian newspaper' :..

From Me" as usual? question.) there will be no. business set- so as to be able to set an -ex' out pretty weH. critics praised her peformance. .. :

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: Bminesses Turn Who Pays Nevada Range Fire Is SubduedELKO -

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Hoffa's Nev. (AP) Bone- of cattle lost, fences burned and It was controlled Wednesday \ UCB
weary professional fire fighters minor ranch buildings dam afternoon by an assault team ol f
=\ T&Ptivate Clubs prepared to go home today aft- aged. 1,000 fire fighters. Skeleton

.. Legal Fees? er subduing Nevada's worst Many of the men had been I crews mopped up five othe
-" range fires.' on the line since Saturday.A blazes. The crew bad totaled 2,- For Our Personal
*
TL3NTAJa: (XP) Onl In Little Rock, Ark., the state MIAMI Behind them, they leave: crew of 111 men was still 1]t 300 men.
a :smaJtpetCentai*.:1if) businesses capitol cafeteria was incorporated BEACH Fla. (AP) -- More than 350,000 acres of posted on the, worst and most
of Service
in thHwatrHiave turned into as a private club shortly I The Teamsters Union's. executive -:charred- rangeland. Much of it' stubborn blaze the 200,000-acre For several years there have Brand

privatHl 6it4: avoid Integration after the civil rights law was council hears a report today was valuable to northeastern Boulder Flat-Maggie Creek fire! been slightly less than 1C 0 .

since[ enactment of.the civil enacted. An aide to Gov. Orval' on the question who pays I Nevada stockmen for grazing which burned a stretch of grass; deaths per year among every + We Want You To
I
rights lawr. .. E. Faubus serves as corporation President James R. Hoffa' legal their cattle. and sagebrush 75 miles long t 0 J I 10,000 Americans compared
r; An Associated.Preca* __ survey president. I expense 1 An undetermined number: the west and northwest of Elko., with 20 births per 10,000. Know Our Employees!
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. showed scattered-instances of -The AP survey showed only .
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restaurants__-and one hotel half a dozen switches in Alabama I Hoffa said Wednesday the report ., t

changing to. restricted memberships which Negro leaders last, will be submitted by attorneys

as a means keeping. out\ spring labe':d a major desegre to the l -man board'at its Entire book in installments
f Negroes.In .
gation target.A .
quarterly meeting here. I '
Mississippi 13 businesses restaurant near Rocky] I
have been issued private club Mount, Va., became a private Hoffa agreed several) weeks Barry Goldwater'sCONSCIENCE
charters the ago to stop using union money (
by secretary of I club but the owner said the decision
state since the. new. law was had nothing to do with the to pay his lawyers. Since then
signed by .President Johnson'law. A tavern in Norfolk turned he has been convicted in Chicago

last July: 2.. private more than a year ago to of conspiring to defraud the: 'v >

"If I took Negro customers, I avoid serving Negroes.In union's pension fund in a $20- --. SLyman, '
million loan scheme. \
would go out of business,!' ex Georgia segregationist I .
plained jine businessman "If I Lester Maddox closed his Atlanta Hoffa was sentenced to four

didn't, -I; would be in trouble' restaurant rather than comply terms of five years:each to run: OF A

with the government. This way with a federal court order to concurrently, C. Rentz

the club selects its membersand i integrate.( Maddox said he had In Washington Wednesday,I r

we.avoid.trouble." :been considering a private club nearly 500 union members from CONSERVATIVEStarts lYf"on it eur Credit' Mo"'flfler
In Jackson! Miss., the RobertE. I operation but no decision has nine locals filed a petition ask end!! a! p Ad men to have on your
Lee Hotel! obtained a private I been made. ing to Join a suit seeking recovery "matt know" lut-especially if
club charter but has not disclosed Negroes have gone to court of all union funds spent defending you have a good credit! rating.He .

details of its planned operation. -,against private clubs in Texas Hoffa and other union is the "bird dog" who will
4 and North Carolina.Scouting's .officials tried on criminal put the "point" on you if your
accounts become delinquent; He
'charges. The amount is estimated -
has a very sympathetic ear if you
at $3 million. i talk to .him en the due date-
for the Birds not a week after it was due If
The suit filed several months: you make him a promise, keep
I :ago by six members of Local Monday August 24 it! He will assist you in every way

III New Army UndertakingBy 107 in Philadelphia charges a I he con.
violation of a federal labor law i' References: on your credit clear
I provision which requires that through him and his replies!! will
ELTON C FAY A spokesman went a bit farther I fee just QS fair g$ your treatmentof
AP Writer today in answering questions."The union funds be spent solely for:, c&aiuezuil1e him.
Military
1 I, I initial program was a .benefit of the ynion. I : SunI

WASHINGTON AP) The study of the learning ability of Hoffa hotly denied there was
Army is 'wondering whether the birds. In this ease, the study movement to replace him as II-IIIi

f job of scouting out a hidden was to determine whether a president. I I

enemy may be for the birds. I ,bird can be taught to recognizethe .

is paying something more than presence of a person and if
4 chickenfeed to find out. so, would the bird perform ALL SIGNS POINT TO A

The research program already !-characteristic action indicating
has winged into its second such recognition," the spokesman

phase. I said.
"The feasibility study Indicated -
The results of an initial feasibility -
positively that a bird can be pow COST >
study on birds' reconnais-
taught and that a bird will perform
sance potential so encouraged
Army scientists at the Aberdeen a characteristic response > THE STORE WITH MORE M
indicating! recognition of the .' ,n r GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER |
Md., Proving Ground that ? ;; CONVENIENTTERMS>
of a ,
presence
9 1174,472 contract has been person 302 NORTH MAIN STREET
"On the basis of this, a fur.
1.1,1
signed with the General Atron- I \
ther study is beinelnitiated.
Ics Corp. of Philadelphia. i This was about as far a* the' [ INSURANCE! INCLUDED'

When the Army awarded the :spokesman was willing to go. I' ,

contract,. it.would say only that Hunters have long believed JOIN THEM ,
j it was a "research program of that crows, and perhaps some -
training! birds for field surveij. game birds, have a ,system of I PROMPT ACTION>
lance" and that "the project i is surveillance and communicate a.Y
classified." warnings of perils to the flock.. '" US I

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I Committee Leaders I IllOfllCn f "in Bridal l :'

TODAY, August 20 ina Lee, who will attend Cat-
Gainesville Library Advisory ham Hall in September, 11 -

CoupleFeted Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville a.m., Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown,
'I I For Public Library. 321 SW 13th Street.
Demos ARE Pros i
I THE FRIDAY, August 21
..
f fAfflILY
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9a.m. ..-

.. EDITOR'S NOTE: Are worn- ., Holiday Inn.

,f i en heading any of the mat Ruth Weimer-Women's EditorSimonsHughes FRIDAY, August 21
Back to School Teen
jor committies at the Democratic -
National 'Convention? A swimming and supper par- Splash and Dance Party, 1
_
i vfilC for Gainesville Golf and
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)1 Here is a report on the three ( .
i ty honoring Mr. and Mrs. Graham
tr. -
n.r. Country Club member's chil- Back to School
;
feminine committee heads
,
second '
in r Haile Jr., whose marriage dren in grades 10 to 12, 7:30 to .
a three-part series
.. .- : was a July event, was given 11:30 p.m. Club poolside. Smartly -
on important at the
women
J'' convention. Nuptial Plans ListedWedding Sunday afternoon by Mr. and SATURDAY, August 22 /.v -

I .... Mrs. Earl C. Deck and their House Staff Wives Club of
Y RIr.
;: j AP By Women's JOY MILLER Editor ; plans of Miss Mar maid of honor; Mrs. Billy C. daughters, Miss Anne and Miss the J. Hillis Miller Health SINGERFABRICS .

garet E. Simons and B. Mason Shepherd, matron of honor, and Sarah Margaret Deck. Center, Bowling Party, 8 ,
"The appointment of a worn Hughes, whose nuptials will Mrs. Thomas Stidham and The p.m., Palm Lanes. I
post wedding event I
to office is an innovation foi
I which_ the public is not prepared l be announced an event today.of August 29, are Mrs.trons.Frank Young, bridesma- took place at the Deck summer', Brunch honoring Miss Mar-

of al home at Kingsley Lake. Th e
nor am I, wrote-
people-Thomas Jefferson in ; i The bridegroom-elect's father Thomas M. Stidham will be Decks' youngest daughter, Car- 1 ,
Rev. S. M. Hughes, assisted best man and- ushers will be f tr v
letter to a friend in 1807. % rY r ol, assisted in the hospitalities. I
Frank M. Pearl
by Rev. R
Frank Young, Billy Shepherdand
The hosts presented a silver
But that saint of thE !
patron will officiate for the ceremony Raleigh .
Alligood.The
Democratic Party would nc listed for 4 p.m. in the Carol bride's parents will en- tray to the bridal couple.

doubt be in the forefront of ad Estates Baptist Church. tertain with a reception follow- Guests included the honorees,
mirers of feminine political 1 The bride-to-be is the daughter ing the ceremony in the Fel- Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham HaileSr.
acumen were he alive today II of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Si- lowship Hall of the Church.All ., parents of the bridegroom,

And it would be women like _...--- mons and the bridegroom-elect friends and relatives of his sister and brother, Miss
Geri Joseph, Mildred Larson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
the families
two invited and
are to Beverly Master Eva n s
'and Ella Grasso who would put t::1 Mrs. Geri Joseph I M. Hughes.A attend the wedding and recep- 'Haile, and a group of 30 friendsof l
him there. musical program will be tion. the
newlyweds. b
Minneapolis Tribune and s till 1960. given hv Joe f.. Puce: organist .
These are the three women -.1 --------- -
who are heading or co-chair-, contributes occasionally."I ,I "The boys are at camp, but and Mrs. Nancy Royster,
committees at the 19 61 like writing better than Shelley is coming to the conven- soloist.
Democratic National Conven, anything," she says. "It's the tion, and so is my husband. Attendants for the bride are
tion. real love of my life." They'll really enjoy it," she to be Miss Sally Sddham,

Geri Joseph, a glamorous She says she intends to returnto promises. FORLADIES

green eyed brunette, is the newspaper or some other PEPPY CHAIRMANSlim
only woman chairman of a ma- work involving writing before f
jor committee, the Committee too long.A brown haired Ella T. ONLY YOUR RCA WHIRLPOOL

j 'on Permanent Organization. She longtime friend of fellow Grasso, secretary of state for

will make its report to the con- Minnesotans, Sen. Hubert Hum- Connecticut described as "vi- (and for smart gift-minded men)
vention, certifying permanent phrey and U. S. Minister to brant, full of pep and ideas, a MAKES ariSj
; presiding officers for voting on Bulgaria Eugenia Anderson -ball of fire" by colleaguesis TODAY, August 20
j by the delegates.I Mrs. Joseph took her first co chairman of the Committee Miscellaneous shower honor- Sj ;. .
'j I .In addition, she will serve as plunge into politics when she on Resolutions and Plat ing Miss Dorian Post, bride- .
: I a delegate to the credentials served as state women's chair- form at the convention. elect of Don Jennings, 8 p.m., THE ICE. .
:1, i committee, which she expects to man of the Volunteers for Ste- Daughter Susane, almost 16, Mrs. W. G. Johnson and Mrs. ag I 14K I II
,: be one of the major areas of venson in 1956. and son Jimmy, 13, won't be Eugene Robinson hostesses at I Iautomatical
I '/ competition because of an expected Since, the mother of three in Atlantic City to point out to the Robinson home, 1720 NW GOLD I I
I r' fight over seating. Jonathan 6, Scott 9 and Shelley -visitors that "that's my mom," 12th Street. v,ekis y \ : j
I 17Vfc has involved herself but her husband, Dr. ThomasA. FRIDAY, August 21 ,
LOVES TO WRITE
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I in a variety of civic activities Grasso, will be there. Dr. COffee honoring Miss Mar- ELGINS
f I Mrs. Joseph, wife of Burton! plus state and national Grasso is an East Hartford tha Jane Edwards, bride- ./
r, f f. W. Joseph, president of a large committees on mental health, school principal.Mrs. elect of Doug Davis of Valdosta Compare these exceptionalvalues J. LIe
I i grain and feed company in, civil rights, children and youth. Grasso is no intellectual Ga., noon, Mrs. Leo J. anywhere!
Minneapolis, Minn., was formerly She has been national committeewoman slacker, either. She received a Thomas and Mrs. S. A. Hus- S ,
I! a staff writer for the I from.Minnesota since B.A. Magna Cum Laude in economies sey Jr. hostesses at the for- r

and: sociology at Mt.. mers's home, 530 NW 23rd. a. Lady's 17-jewel Elgin with 14K gold case,
I i I Holyoke College and la rg i Rehearsal dinner honoringthe femininely designed with dainty expansion
LAST 3 DAYS! her masters there. Post Jennings wedding r band. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... ..$29.95 f

(t I Now in the middle of her second party, North Central Baptist *
I Church dining hall.
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. four year term as secre-
u it E PEO PifS Grasso of Buffet supper and linen
rotas tary of state, Mrs. I
T Windsor Locks, Conn., is also shower complimenting Miss I 0
4 Aug. 20-21-22 serving as a Presidential appointee Nancy Pepper, bride elect of ,I
John Carswell, Hazelwood,
on the Board of Foreign
N. C., at the Beard home,
Scholarships. 832 NW 22nd Street .

Country Club Rehearsal dinner honoring makeS
Miss Gloria Ann Knight and
; Pool PartiesTwo Henry Matthew Rodger, 6:30:
p.m., Mrs. A. J. Harvey host-

l, poolside "Back to ess at her home, 2207 NW t a ,
School Splash and Dance" parties Twentieth Street.SATURDAY I -
are scheduled for children August 22 I
g ; :of: members of the GainesvilleGolf Lunch eon complimentingMiss
and Country Club. Jane Ann Baughan,
The first, given for those in bride-elect of Lt. George lik
I high school grades 10 to 12, Wayne Arnau of Jacksonville,
will be tomorrow from 7:30: to 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Karl R. :
11:30 Owens, Mrs. Karl R. OwensJr. !
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. TWs Is the first of two articles the endless eternal future.At by the Savior. But every man in his own or- :served (I Corinthians 15:40: 41, and commandments of the

on "What is a'Mormon," an appointed time, after der. ." (I Corinthians 152223.: ) 42)) that there are different "de- Kingdom.

\ -"What in the Son's Our Religions continuing Are.series" WHAT OUR the change called death, man Who will be "saved"? The Savior referred to i grees of glory." While "salva- "
"What is Mormon
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; j By RICHARD L. EVANSNOTETOTHEREADER being with a deathless union of universal "salvation" "Foras Paul speaks of the man "caughtup (with the highest eternal oppor-
; .: spirit and body, literally follow- in Adam all die, even so; in to the third heaven" (II Cor- :tunities) must be earned by (c. 1M3-&! by Cowles Magazines -

\ -. : ing the promise and pattern set Christ shall all be made alive. inthians 12:2)), and further obI I obedience to laws ordinances and Broadcasting, Inc

This article'presents the doc h ..
f,t. trlnes.".and practices of the \ RELIGIONS AREland r

I. j -.Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- }
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t ;ter-day-8atnts, Salt Lake City,
Utah, the largest Mormon body EEl

,' ""In the_._ txrnrlrl1 n..... ,...,,A't,.....CC1",,... men. ;;;
+! ""bers:1n : 96 u. that nobody wanted." He believes "all that God has YOUR INVITATION TO S

>1. In each move they made they, revealed, all that He does now
The position of other Latter left behind them homes anc I reveal, and that He will yet
Day Saints bodies should be noted prosperous farms and other possessions reveal many great and impor-

:,The Reorganized Church of: including Nauvoopopulation I tant things pertaining to the WHAT'S NEW ON CAMPUS FOR 64 AT
i Jesus Christ of ,Latter DaySaintsVwith ([ 20,000)), which theylad Kingdom of God" ((9th Article -

I : : headquarters in In, built from a swampland on I of Faith).
dependence ,Missouri (178,514 I the Mississippi and which was I
:-Jriemb rs"in 1962)), claims to be, then ((1846)) the largest city in II I The Book of Mormon (is part L&L Men's ShopSta9
of a record, both sacred and
the legal successor of the churchfounded I Illinois.In .
secular, of prophets and peoples
I II
Smith
: by Joseph ; it refers
to an Ohio court decision the two following decades,I who (with supplementary
'(1880) to substantiate this some 80,000 Mormon pioneers I groups) were among the ancestors ,
traversed the thousand miles of: of the American Indians.:
qlaim. In 1860 16
some years i
Smiths' iplains and Rocky Mountains, It covers principally the peoples -
after Joseph martyrdom 'n
from the Missouri River to the
of the
period from about
the son of the founder be- I ra
came president of the Reor- Great Basin. Some rode in Wagons 600 B.C. to 421 A.D.
; some pushed all their
ganized Church, which denied
These Asia-
possessions in handcarts; some peoples were o
the leadership of B rig h am walked and more than 6,000 tic origin, of the House of Is-

Young demned and has always con- died along the way. rael, and left Jerusalem duringthe
polygamy. reign of King Zedekiah

,.' .:The Church of Christ, Temple It was no passing persuasion eventually to cross the sea to
Lot, with headquarters in that enabled them to do what the Western world, where they
Independence Missouri (3,000 they did or that induced them, built great cities and civiliza-

members in 1956)) and several time after time, to leave what tions. Ultimately, they all but

''I groups with memberships under they left. destroyed themselves in warr-
J 2,500 (Cutlerites Bicker- ing with one another.
tonites, Strangites), hold different How do the Mormons look {.;.> AND MEET OUR SCHOOL BOARD
views : upon Joseph Smith? They brought with them certain
j on questions concerning -
records of the Old Testa-
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succession to the presidency -:
They look upon him as one ment. In addition, their historians -
of the Church, the of' 11 .YOURGUIDESFOR
use who was commissioned of Godto statesmen and prophets .
temples, and certain matters of effect a "restoration" of the kept records of important eventsof
organization and proceduie. of Jesus Christ and to
Gospel
their civilization
1 own some )
;i What is a Mormon? open tion."a new Gospel "dispensa- of which were engraved on gold g JtSMART FASHIONS ON CAMPUS
plates. It was from such plates roa. Y
Strictly speaking, there Is no
"preserved by the gift and
such thing as a Mormon, and They look upon him as a prophet power y
I there is no Mormon Church. of God, in the same literal of God" that Joseph Smith M
Mormon is nickname sense as they look translated the Book of Mormon
merely a upon
(first published in 1830)). :
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: for a member of the Church of other prophets of the Old and ,11' liuiT -

t, Jesus Christ of Latter day New Testaments (and they so The book takes its title from

t Saints. accept Joseph Smith's suces- a man whose name was Mor-I
w sors; from Brigham Young
mon, who was one of the later
? Are Mormons Christians? and including the present president prophets of the thousandyearperiod

Unequivocally yes both as of the Church, David O. and who was not greatly -

t'' to the name of the Church and McKay). I different from the prophetsof

in unqualified acceptanceand I Joseph Smith was born in Old and New Testament

worship. of Jesus. *the Christ. Sharon, Vermont in 1805. His times, except that he livedin

I progenitors were early New the Western Hemisphere
Are Mormons Protestants? among some of the Savior's
England settlers, the first arriving -
it I No. Joseph Smith (see below in 1638. His forebears "other sheep" (John 10:16)). .
1 I : ) never belonged to any The Book of Mormon witnesses ,2'N
fought with the Colonial forces. '-/ a Katherine Graves Sam Martin Marcia Mast
t other church. He claimed no authority that Jesus the Christ visited the ,,,.,. G. H. S. Yale U. of F.

f by succession from any Do Mormons believe in the inhabitants of this hemisphereafter
other church or sect. He inferr- His ascension.
I ? Asa z
Holy Trinity i : > xt
t no.authority: from the Bible. s -.r;:

r He and his associates testified Yes. The Latter day Saint What does the Mormon be- :'Q1 1' '

E that they received their authority accepts the Godhead as three lieve about man's immortality? -< ., .
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.S by direct, divine. bestowal. literal, distinct personalities: Energy, matter and "intelli : *'::1'
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God the Father; His Son, Jesus gence" exist eternally and are ::. r

When and how was the the Christ (who is one with I indestructible. And man himself -

.I, Church of Jesus Christ of the Father in purpose and in has existed from the pre-

Latter day Saints founded? thought, but separate from Himin mortal past and will continue, %

The Latter .- day Saint be- physical fact); and the Holy with his individual identity, into I ; I ) \ --1 i' L k _

I lieveS' nat the Gospel 0: Jesus Ghost a Personage of spirit


f I heavens:Christ that it'was was before.proclaimed on earth the world anciently in was the;, (Acts Here,7:55 the, etc.Mormon) points to Railroad I L? : '? jj g1j LJ __ g gt.

literal He
scriptural language.
I :and;;was known to Adam and' believes in a loving, understanding :-; : :i Sherry Roberts Ann Armour Ann Watson
others; but' that mankind has Can Change ;,/' "l f Mt. Vernon Jr. Collect Convent Queens
Father who made his children sr
< ty
repeatedly departed from it (as .
"in His Gen-
in the days of Noah); and own'image" (
that it has had to be "restor esis 1:27): ), and Jesus His Sons Work RulesNEW We welcome all students to come in and get acquainted with our school
said to be in "the
ed" in various "dispensations"as image of his person" (Hebrews express board and take advantage of their knowledge and help in selecting
( through Abraham, Moses ORLEANS (AP) To
and others). He believes that 1:3)). !keep the trains moving, a rail- Free Parking On, your campus fashions for '64. You'll love just browsing and we'll be

the last such "restoration" oc- road faced with a strike
long flattered to see you.
What do the Mormons believe I
curred in the early nineteenth may make limited changes in
about Jesus Christ? p First Federal Lot
century, beginning "the dispen- work rules the 5th Circuit Courtof ;
sation of the fullness of times" They believe that He will Appeals has ruled.In Mr. Phil Beese Florida representative for Country Shirt, Yankee Pedlar,
Son of God, "the only begotten
-LEphesians..l10); of the Father" in the flesh. They i a decision affecting the David Ferguson and Tweedsbury, exclusive at Stag 'n Drag. will be here
.. :'ii."Ts2 :. near Palmyra, in
believe in His atoning sacrifice;long Florida East Coast Rail Friday and Saturday to assist you and discuss fall fashions.
.western New York, in a period
and literal resurrection. They I way strike, the court added:
.=ot religious unrest and "revi- !accept .Him as the Savior and "But this right of self help is
-val," Joseph Smith (then in his Redeemer of mankind. They
not a license for wholesale ab-
These Famous Brands
:,fifteenthyear) related howprompted'by : Featuring Name :
look to Him as the "one mediator brogation of the agreement"with o ..
: ( an impression between God and men" (I striking unions. ra ,
.:from reading James 1:5) he re- Timothy 2:5)), and pray to the

tired one morning to a grove Father in His name. The appeals court left it ups ,. .: STAG :
near the family farm to petition They believe that He will to the federal district judge for;'

the Lord in prayer. come again and reign on earth the middle district of Florida to Natural Shoulder Suits by HASPEL. GRIFFON and SOUTHWICK *
What he saw and experienced (Acts 1:9-11)). "pass on which changes are in
is recorded in a widely pub- fact necessary in order for FECto 81 ass eel sss saa Shirts by CREIGHTON, ENRO Slacks by HIGGINS and JEFFERSON i

lished pamphlet ("Joseph Do Mormans believe in the continue to operate His IitI lea sass '
GOLD CUP Socks Toiletries by CANOE and ENGLISH LEATHER
Smith's Testimony"), including Virgin Birth? task is to pass on what FEC 51 ua
,the appearance of "two Person- Yes. The Latterday Saint accepts has done or proposes to do." us ALLIGATOR Rainwear Sportcoats by STANLEY BLACKER LINETT

,ages, whose brightness aDd glo- the miraculous conceptionof i
Eleven 'HARNESS HOUSE Belts.
I unions
nonoperating
ry defy all description. .One Jesus the Christ
of them spake unto me. .and struck the FEC Jan. 23, 1963, in

said, pointing to the other What do Mormans believe a dispute over wages. The Bro- .
therhood of Trainmen DRAG
This is my Beloved Son. Hear about the Bible? Railway
Him!' (See also Matthew 3:17 The Bible is basic to honored the picket lines.

and 17:5.) The declarations thatfollowed Mormon belief. The Kin g On Feb. 3, 1963, the railway COUNTRY SHIRT YANKEE PEDLAR DAVID FERGUSON GLEN

indicated the need fora James version is officially used, resumed operations, using supervisory *,., ,
of MICHIGAN LEIGUE BY CHERBURG McMULLEN
"restoration" of the Gospel of and is believed "to be the personnel and non- JEUNE Bags

Jesus, Christ (which many word of God as far as it is union crews. by SUZANNE Sweaters by TWEEDSBURY HARBURT PANTINO.

among the religious "reformers" translated correctly" ((8th Article The case reached the appeals I
had long recognized). of Faith).
court on a protest by the railroad -
As a legal entity, the "re- to a preliminary injunction ..
What is the Book of Mor
stored Church" was organizedat obtained by the Brotherhood of
.
mon? REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZESSTAG
Fayette, Seneca County, New Railway Engineers.This .
York, April 6, 1830. Membership The Book of Mormon is not ,
injunction, which
quickly increased, and so the "Mormon Bible," as is was : DRAG:
stayed by the appeals court last
did opposition. sometimes supposed. It is one 1st Prize-Cox-Moore Sweater 1st PrizeDress2nd
March would restrain the rail-
f The main body first moved to of the complementary works road from operating under Prize-Pair Slocks 2nd Prize-Sweater I
Ohio then to Missouri, then tot that the Mormon accepts as working conditions different 3rd Prize-Sport Shirt 3rd Prize-Blouse ,

t Illinois. After Joseph Smith scripture.The I
from those contained in its
was martyred by an armed mob Mormon does not believe with the brotherhood.agreement There's nothing to buy you do not hove to be present to win.

Illinois, in 1844, that the revelations of God were ?
at Carthage
The appeals court ordered the) The first 200 registering for our drawing will
the Latter-day Saints moved confined to ancient Israel. He
J injunction stay to continue in I
be given a personalized key chain.
westward under the leadershipof does not believe that a loving
effect until the district
the senior member of the Father would restrict his com- judge be-
B ri ham gins an item-by-item study of I DRAWING SATURDAY, AUGUST 29th
Twelve Apostles, g munication to one part of His
Young; into the valley of the family, to one time of history, the changes made by the FEC.

Great:Salt'Lake (1847), into "a or to,one land.

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RIchard: L. Evans is a member of the Council Mrs. John Perrone drowned J 3

of Twelve of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Wednesday after Dolores, 12, j
-day:'Saints, and ,since 1930 has written and narrated fell into a creek and her three o FRIDAY, AUG. 21st, AT 4:30 P.M.

the,:famed CBS 'broadcast of "Music and brothers, John Jr., 13, Tony, 10, I

I the; Spoken...:Word"with the Salt Lake Mormon and Rocco, jumped in to save I
Tabernacle! ;Choir;' and Organ from Temple Square. her.None It I

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Q What'i your problem For a Cen ;:J lE BROtLtJ! ..I.

=- ,' ': Bad Business! eral! reply I write to Abb,.\Box 3365. Z poN7 Nla41 WTJT LET It ;

i Beverly. Hills Calif. 90%1%. and < !. oj
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j 11 DEAR ABBY: My problem may not sound very serious to go about wrangling a date with him? V rnIS fGOMEHPLEASE. AND THIS IS W N'PPAY/'AHISA'

you, but is has caused a small war between my girl and me.I INTERESTEDDEAR ? L I IAMVOURr Ili YOUR INVITATION GREAT f54LLFAN.
I am a mechanc, 23 and single. I am going with a ,very nice INTERESTED: Your best bet is to become better 'THAT'S BUT/-1Rr5lR.r TO THE BALL X. BASE C R FOOT? cIL }
girl who is 22 and works in an office. Her office is having a acquainted with the siter-in-law. You can always borrow a cup uRAFss n EN_; TONIGHT' -J -
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I party. (A hayride, of all things.) They decided not to ask of sugar. Once she knows you better, if the man is available,

anyone who is NOT employed in their office. That isn't too interested, and normal, you'll have your chance. Otherwise,

{ j bad. But the clincher is that no wives or husbands are in. who needs him? q 1 r
vited. They are all over 21 and drinks are served, I wouldn't < ;

go to an office party if my wife was not welcome. My girlis DEAR ABBY: I would like to know what to do about a rI l
on the hayride committee and she says I don't work in an neighbor who talks about sex all the time. No matter what

office and I don't know what I'm talking about; that any time anybody says, he always puts a dirty meaning to it, and gets .hJ..*
you have married couples at a drinking party it always ends off on his favorite subject. He uses filthy words, too. His wife J i i

up in a drunken brawl. Am I wrong? Or is she? must think it's cute because she is right there and she laughs

MECHANIC right along with him. The rest of,us are embarrassed and try >'v -, ?4t
DEAR MECHANIC: She is. And, furthermore, if a married to change the subject, but he can turn any subject back to sex a

person is in danger of becoming involved in a "drunken again. We are disgusted with him but don't know how to

brawl," he is better off with his own wife. handle the situation. Any suggestions?
"MRS. CLEAN" I'M JESTTAKIN'A THAT iHAR UyI !

j DEAR ABBY: I am an attractive (I'm told) 23-year-old DEAR "MRS. CLEAN": A good friend could tell old foul. EtCI1= AIRTHAREYEGOIN'ALL WHAR ON OF SUGAR COOKIES BATCH SHE'S LOW E EZY!! kNAkY '

. woman who has more than her share of dates, so please don't mouth to shape up or shut.up. Unless one's around, bow out TO A SHUT-INi HEART GOTA
'I'! think I'm man-hungry. I have a next-door neighbor who is of his company and avoid him. N DOLLED UP? ELVINEV PURE GOLDS OF eYES
approximately 26. He has been living there with his brother *

.. and sister-in-law for about a year. I am not the flirty type, CONFIDENTIAL TO "SAILOR ON THE U. S. S. KITTY x
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1 I so things have been going slow. I know he is shy, and so far HAWK CVA-63": Glad to hear that under that uniform beats ..{; ,
the most I have been able to get out of him is a "hello." I the heart of an "old-fashioned" boy who has respect for virtue r;
S H,( .. know he is aware of my existence, but that's about it I and womanhood. And you'll be glad to know that there's an 1 1tl !!!!?

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rsa COL.CANYON,LA AND SEE IF VC'J
C4t C CJARTJA AND KENNEDY MAKE TELE FND FATHER'P
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I When my youngsters got that by now! I had a blouse which was so I I use a piece of the net for III

5 bored with being indoors all HELOISE short that it kept pulling out of washing fish, both inside and

; day, I had a brainstorm my skirt outside, before frying or freeze> ItI
DEAR HELOISE: So I sewed a four-inch strip of ing.
I made a thin paste ot flour
net around the bottom of r
Whenever have hardto nylon RUTH FASSETT 1
and water, divided it into four you any 1I
clean oily combs, just throw the blouse and now have no I
e bowls, put a few drops of food enoR
coloring in each bowl, mixed it, them in the wash bowl, sprinkle trouble keeping it in place. ConvertibleHad I
The net is not bulky and clings
them liberally with baking
:; and the young one was all set
"" for a painting session. soda, and cover with warm wa well.When
using tracing paper to Horse For
I S WAS sues :
; KAY RYAN ter.After r GLAD He
they have soaked for 15 transfer a design to cloth, if r. I TO 6ET r..ts, P51V.'NG: JOS, ON AMP! I
S" DEAR KAY: minutes rinse, and the combsare you put a piece of fine sandpaper -I Hitch-Hiker ,..... 512.\ : SU: r I mbtf up your formula and clean sparkling, and under the cloth (rough side L OP JiSAKlN'd COO" T It's for with the cloth it AMP YAK IM TIoiS- KrrCN.q :
great painting a sweet smelling. against ) won't slip MALIBU, Calif. (AP) Some < TO
brush. R.N. and you can trace your patternmore men in sleek, little convertibles --

n Shelf paper or the back of easily. pick up girls.
= wallpaper (buy broken rolls on READER o 00
DEAR HELOISE: I Gordon F. Buck Jr., 29,
sale! is and also inexpensive
) good, -
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picked horse.
a
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Instead of slicing tomatoes for up 1
to paint on.
; the small fry, I cube them and DEAR HELOISE: I One minute, Buck was doing
a. Colored finger paints can be they are much easier for the Here's a trick I picked up 65 miles an hour in his little
made at home, too, by cooking .
H: a THICK starch and adding food children to eat. from the Hawaiians to prevent :'101A.German Porsche on Highway I IQ I

: coloring. Some people add oil of MILDRED garlic cloves from drying out. =
I The next, he had a
5; cloves to make it smell good. Buy several bunches of gar passengerin
the front seat horse
*- This mixture may be put in LETTER OF LAUGHTER. lic, peel all the cloves, put named Gambler. a !

po jars, capped tightly, and re- DEAR HELOISE: them in a small jar (baby food r
1 frigerated. I read your terrific suggestion jars are excellent), and pour in Buck's car hit Gambler in the THIS IS ALL THE CASH 5UT>OU riGHT I HAVE KNOW A LOT OF

L Or the best yet is to use wallpaper about putting a baby's high enough salad oil to cover all the rear, flipping him into the seat, I CAM RAISE AT THE{OWE ME 51X| CANT PAY .' MAYBE PEOPLE MJS5

i- paste bought at a wallpaper chair under the shower to getit cloves. They will never dry out said the California Highway PatroL -.' 'AOMENT KENO..FIVE DOLu s! )MI55 THOL'SANR LEEDS.I GETTER JOUR INFLUENCE XX) CAM TO

Z store. (It's the cheapest clean without scrubbing itI besides they are handy and HAVE THEM COME TO ,

:: in the long run.) Mix with water dare to make your suggestion -already peeled and ready to use. Buck swerved off the road.i THE CASINO \L

r according to directions and a smashing one: Why not If you don't like much garlic Gambler got out and gallopedoff. I 2 I ,,I Err. I i

then add your coloring. And put the chair under the shower flavor, just use a drop or two I 1 li ;

: have you ever tried adding va- with baby and all in it? The of this salad oil in whatever you I A veterinarian said Gambler, I.a.v r

way my baby and chair look aft are preparing who lives on a nearby ranch, 2 '
uswally er a meal they !both ne.' i it! Garlic will keep for ages this suffered only a few bruises and ;+, ,, .
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Smells UMPHY. MOTHER OF THREE way. slight emotional upset.Buck's iz U
Ladies, this 'IS a letter of MRS. ARTHUR PENN i 11''
dented the
: And be sure to put lots of car was ,
a '
laughter. She .was only kidding windshield was broken'and the]
newspapers down before the DEAR_ HELOISE: z ; t J M
inside needed sweeping.-but it :
"klddJei start painting. But I HELOISE Your precious nylon net still runs. )


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: amesuflIeallgfiimt .. Ginger Makes Exotic Garden Chinch Bugs I.l'Iav I.



Cause
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L : S I The Ginger family cent a i n s I three to four months.Rich green .,

t f ""' ,:.. several members which contri- ](leaves are arranged alternately Lawn Spots
bute much to the beauty of ] along the stem in two rows
& GARDEN ""'.1' .m \ Florida gardens. The combination ,and often reach lengths of three If is
'.. .. .. something turning your
... of rapid growth cxo tic J feet. The sparkling w hi t e lawn into off-color

*-'I#.;" '" ''. _. ::..J.. flowers, tantlizing perfume and I blooms are produced at the tip the trouble spotty may be causedby patches -
; ,.., foliage that adds a tropical I of the stem in clusters of 20 or
... : J4'tJIi' lack of water or disease.
\ \ touch places them at the top of ]more. They normally by
'f'i' appear
l f 'X But it also may be the effectsof
WO to Attend .: ... .. I t J. ',. any list of desirable landscaping :mid-June and continue until lat- chinch bug damage, says Dr.

r a -...,. ,. l.; .. : plants. I fall, each stem bearing only one S. H. Kerr, associate entomolo-
/ t.' "." '' .. i Known botanically as Zingi-I cluster. gist with the Florida Agricultural
f '. ... beraceae the is The Shell
\ Ginger family Ginger (Alphinia Stations.
jl Experiment
.p oulttInstitute b'. ,..9' ... -. -. comprised of several hundred :speciosa), native to the Far I These destructive pests are
; 'fWf- East is similar to the
low
j .f. species ranging in size from Butterfly very small, no longer than ordinary -
-. I' growing creeping types to tall ,Ginger is growth l habits and ap- ants. Since they are difficult -

," .More".than 400 poultry produ- poultryman and coordinator of upright ones. Three of the most pearance, although the leaves to see, it is necessary to

.Ters: will study solutions to problems the Institute, said that Parker popular of these are the White have a thicker, glossier tex I get down in the grass and look

Anthony, president, of the Flo- S. w S'S, S Butterfly Ginger, the Shell Ginger ture. The flowers also produced for them.
,confronting Florida' $47 and the Corkscrew Gin er. at the stem tip appear in!
rida State ,Poultry' Producers' / -' .. To find chinch bugs, push the
ihilllon poultry industry at the When the immortal "Ah masses resembling a bunch of '
aside with
t\' ill hands
!Association, will preside at a grass your
23rd annual Florida Poultry In- directors meeting during the In- h ... j < '.' Sweet Mystery of Life" was grapes. The three outer petalsare !I'and look down toward the soil
J written the author must have pearly white with a touch of,I
stitute surface. Adult chinch
bugs are
at 4-H Camp McQuarrienear stitute.Dr. .
Astor Park, Aug. 2428. Ralph A. Eastwood, mar- c< I ( been looking at a White Butter- pink. The inner petal, or lip, is black with white wings folded
; fly Ginger (Hedychium roronar- a combination of golden yellow
Sponsored by the Florida 'keting economist, Florida Agri- ", :1/ over their backs, says Kerr.
ium). This exquisitely perfumed and rich crimson.
Each has black
cultural wing a patch
Agricultural Extension Service, Extension Service, will
/J beauty is native to tropicalAsia The Corkscrew Ginger (Cotus along the outer
margin.
the Institute program will focuson discuss the rapid growth predicted ; and derives its name from igneus) is distinguished by the
\ However the
; bugs are
t : young
how'to make farm management recently for the poultry a S i- ,., } the shape of the blossoms. So.manner In which the leaves arrange reddish brownish with
decision the installationand the DARE Deve- '. or a no-
industry by ( a., of
; enchanting is the fragrance themselves in a spiral ticeable white band
upkeep of lights in poultry loping Agricultural Resources vg the flowers that they are used ,fashion around a fleshy stem. I their backs. do not across have

houses, crowding cage layers, Effectively) Poultry Committee.The Y 4 extensively in Hawaii for mak- 'This East Indies native tops off j I,wings. They

and poultry diseases and para Florida Poultry Federation ing leis. a six-foot stem with a head that For free information

sites. the Florida State Poultry The cane like stems rise :resembles a waxy orange pine 'chinch bugs and how to control on
Poultrymen will learn howto Producers' Association, the Florida k from spreading rhizomes and I cone. From this blossom head :them ask agricul
balance the books in laying Hatchery and Breeders As- reach in the tubular your county
a height of six feet emerge glossy or- tural agent for Extension Cir-
hen nutrition and take a look sociation and the Florida Feed ange flowers. They are also arranged Gardener's
cular 213, "Home
at feed factors in 1964. They Association are cooperating with Beef : in a spiral fashion and Lawn Insect Control Guide."
will talk about farm mixingOf the Florida Agricultural Exten- Industry normally only] one is produced

feed. sion Service in conducting the WHITE BUTTERFLY GINGER I daily. I Egg Market
Julian S. Moore, ExtensionGilchrist Institute. Horticulturists say that like
Field Day :all Ginger relatives these JACKSONVILLE (API The

t I three sheltered Northeast Florida Egg Market
prefer a warm
I Stagger Planting 'Glads'For Set 28 J location, although the Shell Gin- 1 prices to retailers:
Aug. JI ger can stand several degrees I Extra large 484 52, mostly

CountyAgent's I of frost. Many gardeners choose 51; large 46;-494, mostly 43-
Several hundred representatives j lo trim off all growth at the 49; medium 37 i-41, mostly 39-

Garden Show of Florida's $77 million-a 1 Beginning of winter since blooms 40; small 23-31; mostly 30.

Corner Longer year beef cattle industry are 'are produced only on current I Poultry at farms: fryers 14;

expected to attend the 17th growth, anyway. i i hens none.
field day at the Range Cattle' -- ---- -
t i- By JIM YELVINGTON I By HERVEY SHARPE I the area to dissolve the fertili-. :sects. And for safety sake apply -Experiment Station in 0 n a,
Extension Service Agricultural Extension Service ser.: I a weekly dust of chlordane
Agricultural Aug. 28, During August
The gladiolus witha dieldrin to control the
compares or varmints -
L varieties : Dr. W. G. Kirk vice directorin
By selecting or
both have .
bathing beauty In makng the appli-
I
charge, said this will be an
1 alternate weeks its
For the fourth consecutiveyear 'I[''done nothing more than show eye appeal. :(planting possible on to extend floweringover cations follow the manufacturer's -opportunity for cattlemen to ob-: A New Tore!

Clyde R. Colson has been those on the tour just how fortunate But the glad has one advan- considerable I directions carefully. serve and discuss the different::1 Buy

re-elected president of the Gil- we are to live in the tage over human competition, I a period. When blossoms begin to showdon't phases of the Station's research I''

t christ County Cattlemen's As- U. S. A. He said this was ade- as it is dressed for every oc While awaiting for the flower program and how it applies to,,!
\ be too them
\ sociation. Election was at the quately accomplished and then casion. spikes to show, keep the hasty cutting their farm or ranch. He said 16 No Down Payment!
for home Allow at least two
annual meeting of this group climaxed by their visits in East free of weeds. use. research from
Skimmingthe
Without changing costume the glads lower florets to fully be- areas, crossbreeding No Carrying Charges !
open I
last Thursday night. I Germany[ West Germany, the tall stem beauties attract atten- soil with a small hoe is the to new pasture grasses'
i'' Clyde was highly praised for Berlin Wall, and Chedk Point tion as a poolside planting, a best way to defeat the pest fore cutting the spikes. and legumes, will be emphasized -, Up To One Year To Pay!

the service he has rendered his. Charlie where the difference in bouquet in the home or an arrangement plants. Also, shallow cultivation Gladiolus will last about a at the event. ,

Cattlemen's Association since: Communism and Democracy is for the church. causes less damage to the gla- week in the home. For this long The day will begin with two Picks Up

he assumed the presidency in. so vividly portrayed.Art is Conns diolus roots.University. lasting beauty, keep the vases .tours of the station and will fea:
Growing glads
February of 1961. The records Higbie executive vice easy. clean and free of bacterial:ture a dinner sponsored by the
show that Clyde was president president of the Florida Cattle- commonly called bulbs of Florida Experi- slime. Use one-quarter teaspoonof Hardee County Cattleman's As-: GrassClippings

t of this group back in 1951 and men's Association, gave a very planted now will produce a ment Station horticulturists say household bleach in the water sociation. ;
I IJ
has been very active in it since interesting resume of recent activities splash of color in 60 to 90 days. that glads on medium soil need to control the bacteria. Morning speakers include: ,
J the Flori- For a blend of colors, plant another application of fertilizer
that time. sponsored by Ralph Cellon Sr., Florida Cat-,
r Herbert Powell was re elect- da Cattlemen's Association. several varieties of glads. about five weeks after plant- Also change the water in the tleman's Association president; I And LeavesAs

\ ed vice president of the asso Concerning the beef import: Start with June Bells of White ing. On very sandy soils the vase every third day and cut P. E. Williams, retired Daven-

ciation; Forest Beach and Robert situation, Art told of his and: Friendship for a snow white glads will grow better if offeredat off an inch or more of the baseof port rancher; Dr. E. M. Hodges It Mows !

J Lindsey were reelected President Ralph Cellon's appearance -' display. Mingle in a few corms least three applications 0 f the stems at that time. Experiment Station agronomist

"' as directors. All of these along with other cattlemen of Hopman's Glory or Spotlight food at two week intervals after For additional inoformation ; and Dr. E. T. York Jr.,
have also served in these posi- before the Senate com- variety for a splash of yellow. planting. University of Florida provostfor TORO

tions since 1961. Forrest Beach mittee dealing with this matter. Add Valeria or San Souci for ask your county agent for Cir- agriculture. |
i and Robert Lindsey have been Art vividly described how unethical red hues and plant Elizabeththe Spread the fertilizer on both i cular 188A "Gladiolus For The Afternoon speakers are F. M.'

active officials of this organization -, and actually rude some Queen for a dash of laven sides of the row about six inches Home Gardener." Peacock, Experiment Station I' THE BEST MOWERMADE
since the early 1950s. from the plants and work associate animal husbandman )
f\.f those r e P resenting our cat ;
i The above named officers and tlemen were treated by mem der.For feminine pink, select a into the soil surface without Dr. J. E. McCaleb, Experiment !

directors will select our direc- bers of this committee. He also few corms of Friendship Spick harming the root system.To Farm Bureau Station associate agronomist; 'i,

tor to the Florida Cattlemen's told us how powerfully the foreign and Span or Phantom Beauty. prevent diseases, purchase Dr. C. L. Dantzman, Experi-:

Association at their next dir c- cattle interests were repre- Gladiolus thrive best in a well only clean, bright corms. Us-I Meets ment Station assistant soils chemist ""I ONLY AT

tors' meeting. L. B. Nicholson sented before the Congress by drained soil in a sunny loca- ually, small corms one inch in Policy ; and Dr. Kirk.
I' currently represents us at the high salaried lawyers as opposedto diameter, are healthier than lar-: After an afternoon question I CALL FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION!

State Cattlemen meetings and lay representation of American tion.To prepare a bed for planting ger corms. Dull, dark husks indicate To StartA session, a tour to inspect cat GARDEN CENTER
Carl Roberts is his alternate. cattlemen.Our tie on feed will be conducted.The ., RLORIDA
cultivate thoroughly and old corms which might C i .
Range Cattle Station is 20 16th AVE.
NW.
A record crowd of about 160 annual Gilchrist CountyCattlemen's diseases.If ,
remove all weeds and trash. carry series of 15 district meet- located off state road 663
near
delicious : Vr PH. FRONTROL 6-2661
served
people were a meeting was a EST
very Mark off the rows in the plant- I
Florida
next
ings throughout Arcadia. The Station esta-
barbecue beef dinner. We also successful and interesting one. disease spots shop up on was /
ing bed perhaps to form a week will kick off Farm blished in 1941
interesting color leaves of the plants, spray oncea to investigate
enjoyed a
very I
slide presentation given by Joel design that will add additional week with zineb or maneb. Bureau's annual policy develop- feeding, breeding, and manage- ( "

4 Brown, executive assistant to How Prove It? beauty at blossoming time.In This will prevent the healthy ment process in the state.E. ment of beef cattle and produc

Conner. well drained or very san- plants from getting infected.In tion of quality forage on Flori A CHEMICAL COMPANY I
I Commissioner Doyle Pa. (AP) H. Florida
LANCASTER, Ginlayson, !
da
three cut-over
Commissioner dy soil, prepare a two or sandy pinelands. -
5 Joe was with collect- Farm Bureau Federation presi- .......
and This city's new garbage inch trench for planting. On clayor warm weather keep an eye
Conner on the European ,
sessions
discussion
Russian tour last year and made ing contract, opened for bids today organic soils place the cormsat out for thrips and chewing in- :will dent,be said hel d Monday through I I

the slides of scenes taken In has a provision in it that ground level and mound up
Thursday at locations from Jay
England Belgium, West G e r- the firm awarded the contract the earth at least four inches Tobacco to Pompano Beach. J i,I TIME IS MONEY.If /
"bulbs".
the
many, Poland and Russia. will be fined $1 for every missed, over .
Joe's well illustrated talk wasa Set the corms firmly into the Farm Bureau members will :

very enlightening one which garbage can. soil four to six inches apart discuss local, state and national' "
said the fine MarketHIGH |
The $1 was
made us proud to be Americans.He city : in rows that are two to three issues on which the organiza-
; told us that the tour would i inserted because of residents' feet apart. tion will take a stand. All meet-'' You Have A Room, Apartment *. .-'. ,,

have been worthwhile if it had, complaints of nonpickups.SEARS When planting is finished, SPRINGS Volume of ings will be held from 7 to /

rake in a commercial fertilizer sales at the High Springs flue- 9:30: p.m.Meetings. |i Or House to Rent / c
cured tobacco market hit a sea- I .
such as a 4-8-8 (NPK) on the REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS : ,
in this area are
I son low yesterday, the next to
sides of the beds but not directly '
2 DAYS ONLY : the last day of the current sell- scheduled Wednesday at the '9
over the corms. ing season. Town House Restaurant in Pa- YOU MORE than the ad that will rent
Use about 2V2 pounds of plant latka and Thursday in Gaines-

ROEBUCK AND CO food per 100 feet of row. Water The local market was sched- ville at the University Inn. It! .i
I uled to close for the season aft- .
er today's sales. Following district meetings,:
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
toI
Livestockl1arlct
Farm Bureau representatives'will
Sales yesterday totaled 80,766 ; ..
pounds, pushing the season volume return to their respective I EVERY DAY until it is rented : sr.:

up to 3,796,192 pounds. The counties for further discussionson I
I; IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: $ {
average price yesterday was major issues. Final actionon

51.66 cents a pound, resulting in $1.33 day .
A good cattle sale and a light receipts of $41,728. The season county resolutions is takenat $40 per mo. per :

hog sale were reported this the state convention in Nov- .
:average price through yesterdaywas . $1.66 day
week at the Gainesville Lh.cstock 57.17 cents. I II ember. $50 per mo. per r

Market.A I
total of 1,414 head of cattle, $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day
;
was sold Monday, compared to 7' .

:1,480 a week ago. Slaughter $60 pp' mo. : . $2.00 per day ,
p 0 tY 0 steers were quoted $1 higher. !

;All other grades and stockers TERMITESINVADE :3 $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day -
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were steady. Q-o .f

I Cattle prices Monday: ,j. $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day ; ..
Steers and heifers Good, _"" **, "

.$22.50-24; standard, 177521.50; .h...... $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day .

utility, $14-17.50; stockers, 111- ::-: '. .-..

19.75. $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day
; Cows Utility, 1214.75; }. ... ....
Chieftain Portables cutters, $10-12; stockers $8-13. :; .... ....
'11 r. $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day
CalvesGood, 165019.75;

3 in. High 8 Ibs. Light 'standard, 145017.50; utility, No type of home Is safe from termites. They $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day .
around
$13-17.25; stockers, 91875. climb through cracks through Joints
i Bulls Utility, $15-16; cutters pipes," up into the wooden construction cf your
1315.50 stockers, 917.50 home. Careful end thorough treatment of the $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day
Regular 50.85 ; ground and foundation with the right methods
4488 | At Tuesday's hog sale, 301 and chemicals Is the only: sure way to preventthe
Steel body, carrying case ahead' were sold, compared to donger of termites. $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day

,545 the week before. Butcher FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATES
A mighty-mite that carries easily wherever thereis '
i to be done.' Features include standard 84- grades were about 25 cents -
typing PLACE YOUR
I IORIDAe.EST CALL 372-8441 TO
character keyboard touch selector to match your wer. Good feeder pigs sold for

stroke finger-set margins. See it at Sears. :up to $.5. I :,

plus tax. Hog prices Tuesday: Phone o ONTROl
Shop etS.__ .rs O EAR 14 'South Main No. 1's, $16.75; No. 2's, $15.90; 376-2661. SUN RENTAL WANT ADS

...* .. ."d s... Pho" 372-1461 'No. 3's, $14; No. 4's, $14; No.I aaswucco.

:. :- -STOKE' HOURS\ TDM Wrd, Thuri Sat f a.m. to 5.30 p.m. j'5's, $12.40; No. 1 ro's, $14; hyro's 1 I
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p; Cubans Dems BalancingOn Subpoenaed Bobby, Hodges Cold Heads Eastward I II IIBy I ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

] THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA west temperatures dipped as
|, Supporting cold air drained from the FLORIDA Poolby
WASHINGTON (AP) Atty. band of cold air marched far Swimming
i Goldwater PlankATLANTIC Gen. Robert F. Kennedy and.slowly eastward today behind a north.In .
i Rights Secretary of Commerce Luther I cushion of thunderstorms and Bismarck, N.D., residents
Rivers Construction Co.A
MIAMI (AP) Barry Gold- Hodges are being subpoenaed to temperatures were expected to sweltered in 100 beat Wednes- .
water's presidential campaign CITY, N.J. (AP) testimony emphasized enforcement appear in pre-trial proceedingsin plummet sharply. day. Early today the mercury POOL
QUALITY Backed
acquired a tinge of Latin accent Democratic platform drafters of the 1964 act and legisla- a $300,000 damage suit With official autumn more had dropped into the 50s. by a
today as Cuban-American Fer- were optimistic today that a tion to provide more and better against Bobby Baker, former than one month away. most of Most of Montana reported FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
nando Penabaz opened a drive party-splitting fight over a civil .job opportunities for Negroes secretary to the Senate Democratic the nation took on a fall-like readings in the 40s with a cold
\ to woo 7-million Spanish speak- rights plank can be avoided. rather than new civil rights: majority. quality.A rain splashing down.Thunderstorms 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
ing voters. measures. David Carliner, attorney for Priced of $3,000 to$3,500
As the platform committee series of widely spaced, but leading the
Penabaz, assuming the newly moved here to wind up hearings However, Frederick G. Dut- Capitol Vending Co. which is I unusually vigorous summer cold front stretched from east- NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
created post of GOP National begun in Washington, members ton, the White House aide who is pressing the suit, said the subpoenas .storms mushroomed slowly ern Nebraska to southeasternNew
Chairman for Cuban-American 'executive director of the plat- 'were issued Monday by EACH POOL YOU GET ,
from both the North and South eastward through the Dakotas.To Mexico. Hail reported 1
.. Affairs, said: form committee, still tagged the U.S. District Court and directed : Filter Skimmer Pool Brush Board !
System Diving
r spoke hopefully of reaching the east of the storm, hot, inch in diameter bounced off an -
"We will show them that the agreement on a generally acceptable -writing of a civil rights plank as the Cabinet officers to supplyany humid air was being pulled to area north of McCook in south Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner r
, Democratic administration is the most difficult task for the office documents concern-
f plank. the northern border and to the central Nebraska. Leaf Net
' trying to sweep Cuba under the .group. ing Baker's dealings.The .
The civil issue, however
i rug and that Goldwater would rights The committee completedthree suit charges that Baker, CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
spark a sharp fight in
assert leadership against Com- may days of hearings in Washington while working at his $19,600 Sen-
another the of RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
area seating Pierce Wulbern
munism. delegates from Mississippi and J Wednesday and were to' ate job, conspired with Serv-U Murphey
Appointment of the 44 year- Alabama. !start taking additional testimony Corp., and others to have Capi- *-" .' Corp. 1909 EAST 5th STREET
i old Baltimore-born former CU- ] here this afternoon with Secretary -tol's vending business with a lo- 33'2 N., MAIN ST, PHONE 376-1291 DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
ban lawyer came as exiles, in- The platform drafters' optImI I of the Interior Stewart L. cal defense contractor, MelparCo. Members New York Stock Exchange 622-7048 FLA.
tensely interested in the presidential -ism was due in large part to testimony -1 Udall, Secretary of Welfare An- ., terminated.
race, appeared to hold by Atty. Gen. Robert F. j thony J. Celebrezze and Gov. I
anti-Castro forays in abeyance Kennedy that be saw no need I Carl Sanders of Georgia among :4t
awaiting election results. for a platform promise to seek j the witnesses.The .
Penabaz said he expects the new civil rights laws/He said he hearings are to be concluded .4
Cuban issue to take high cam- felt the 1964 Civil Rights Act I Friday and the committee -
paign priority. He said Gold- was broad enough to cover the hopes to finish its drafting
water may speak on the matter party's 1960 pledges in this field. work late Saturday or early; 4
t in this exile center or in Key Civil rights leaders in their Sunday. 'faM9 More Than Money People Are Our Business
West,.home of thousands of CU- (
t ban-Americans, late in the cam
paign. NOW OPEN
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Grid Goal Posts x:., t ft Associated Press Sports Writer I .i i Demeter and Norm Cash. Dem- lit liti

t : f While the Chicago White Sox eter's pinch single drove in the

; 'S iR are rushing toward the top of tie-breaking run against the An
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Growing the American League the New r Au .20 1964b gels in the seventh inning while Ii

w.. '' ICLETE York Yankees are having Po 9 e Cash added a two-run homer in !

\ p .o : : trickle troubles. the eighth. Jim Fregosi had tied

p i The White Sox moved to I the game 2-2 with a homer in Ii IiI

If football goal posts look higher this season, don't think within one half game of 1 the Angels' seventh.

r your eyes are playing tricks. And you need not call on your q Baltimore Wednesday night lear the first base coaching ball trickled out of Boyer's difficulty with a trickling base I

tape measure for proof.They'll taking advantage of three Yankee t wx, Jim Landis who had glove and the White Sox had ball. In their case it was a cou- Jim Kaat and Al Worthington

I.. be 10 feet taller, thanks to LSU. LJUL! i errors for four unearned runs cached third on the first miscue the bases loaded. ple of bunts that rolled foul. ]pitched the Twins past the Sena I

} In its spring game, LSU experimented with posts which BOYER and a 4-2 victory. The Oioles : dashed home with the run They came off the bat of Boston t tors. Kaat, 13-6 had a shutout

were extended an additional 10 feet upward, making them Loses Ball lost to Boston 4-3 in 10 innings. hat gave Chicago a 2-1 lead. i Settled Down rookie Tony Horton in the 10th i until the ninth. Worthington re

30 feet high instead of the regular 20 feet. "_ 'n ......... ... ___f! Pitcher Jim Bouton and third The trickles mushroomed into Bouton settled down briefly inning with Carl Yastrzemski at ]placed him after Don Leppert

j No, they weren't just being different, there was a reason. baseman Clete Boyer were the jastastrophe: in the seventh in-: striking out Cam Carreon. Then first. After be failed to sacrifice \walked and Dick Phillips got his

The idea was to give the referee a better view of field Yankees who had the trickles. however, he walked Landis for Horton slammed a double into 1 fourth hit, a single. Jim King
scored two
; goal attempts, particularly those from angles, on which the The malady first appeared to ling when Chicago one run, and Pete Mikkelsen re the left field corner, scoring singled in a run, but Worthington -

I ball previously had sailed over the posts above the top of the r the third inning after the Whiter uns. breaking a 2-2 deadlock. placed him. Don Buford ended Yastrzemski with the winning t: got the next two Senators.Vic .

uprights.This ? Sox loaded the bases with two With runners at first and sec- the scoring with a sacrifice fly Davalillo drove in three

situation has caused many disputed calls, with the out. Pete Ward grounded to first md and none out, J. C. Martin that scored Ron Hansen. run.Baltimore sent the game into J runs: and Joe Azcue two for the

referees having to make difficult decisions if the ball curvedto baseman Joe Pepitone who lunted along the third base line. The loss kept the Yankees I overtime on Jerry Adair's triple ]ndians.[ All of Davalillo's RBI

the side as it reached the goal % tossed the ball to Bouton at Jouton grabbed the ball, but his four games behind Baltimore.In and John Orsino's sacrifice fly ame on third-inning single

The theory is that with the higher posts, most of these x, first. The throw was in time, but hrow; to third for the force was other AL games, Detroit defeated 'with the bases loaded and two

kicks will be between the uprights instead of above them, or i Bouton missed the base allowing too late. But wait. Mike Hersh- Los Angeles 5-2, Minne in the eighth inning. Orsino ear jut. The hit broke a 2.2 tie, put-

I will miss and go outside the uprights. The tall posts were re- ii Ray Herbert to score. berger slid past the base. sota downed Washington 3-1 and lier had homered for the Oriolesas ing;, the Indians ahead to stay.

, garded as very successful in the spring game in Bayou co n- 9 ry,' Threw Ball Boyer alertly pounced on the Cleveland outlasted Kansas City did Boog Powell. ; &.Jim Gentile] socked his 22nd

try.The ; His error upset Bouton so unner, tagging him for an apparent 6-4. Gain Fourth homer I for the Athletics in the
LSU staff is'convinced its invention will make
coaching i ',--: ,a much that he threw the ball : out. But wait again. The The Orioles also experienced Detroit grabbed sole posses- 1 fourth.
the referees' decisions easier and cause fewer disputes. And // r,.< II
down in disgust. As it trickledE
the Southeastern Conference agreed at its spring meeting.The /,/ z

idea was adopted, and consequently, all SEC goal posts Pettee

, will be 30 footers this year. i : s yi Healthy

t The rule change was a simple one. The rule which had ////'r 'f ...

I stated that the two uprights should extend 20 feet above the / 'y .. 'x. tti'

I' ground was changed to read "at least" 20 feet. JIM BOUTON ;,
Will Give VF
So, now you'll know. Misses Base NIGHT Game
MINNESOTA WASHINGTON ab
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-Still Optimistic KIndall 2b 4120 Blas'ame 2b 4000 :.
PROS SAY Rollins 3b 4000 Val'n'fne ph 1 0 0 0,
Oliva cf-rf 5000 Br'nkm'n ss 5 0 1
f.; Losing two All Americas and another near miss pretty Hall Killebrew cf If 3000 OOOOlockcf Hinton If 3 3 0 0 0 0 0\\ Solid Center

much takes the heart out of a football team. But it hasn't SUB. PAR Mincher Ib 4110 Zimmer 3b 40 1 $
Allison rHf 2 1 01 C.A
from in the Tech KIrkland rf /0 2 0 I .s
: kept optimism bubbling over Georgia Versallrs ss 4 0 1 1 Leppert c 3100
Zim'rman c .031 Last Florida football fortunes fell the breaks
camp. Phillips 1 01 0 ,1 year as
J IN STOREAKRON Kaat p 3000 a e
stenhouse p 0 0 0 0 f
tJ Gone are quarterback Billy Lothridge and end Billy Martin Koch p 1000 T ,k ? > ; came in the wrong places, like center Roger Pettee'sankle

;j both owners of All America credentials, and end Ted Sievers Kn'dy ph-2b ph 1000 1000 ..: : w .7 s for instance.

Davis who was just a step behind. They're all three trying Ohio (AP) Mast King( ph 1011 y t ,x- t ..5 Pettee, who had a banner job, particularly on offense and

their hands at pro ball now. ers champion Arnold Palmer Totals 33 3 7 3 Cottier Totals pr 35 0000 1 t 1 s' v sophomore season was expected is regarded as the premier ball

11 and long-hitting Jack Nicklaus, Minnesota .... .... ... .. .. ; and field
But I positive thinking still is a Tech trademark. Washington ... ............. 000 102 ooo 000 000 001--3 1 ; t ,:,.,t ;, A to be one of the biggest Ga snapper on punts
It The Yellow Jackets will venture out on their own this seal having played a practice round ,. t >. e N- tor stars and wound up playing goals of the Graves' era at Flo
E-Kindall. DP-Minnesota x ?
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l son after 31 years of membership in the SEC. And they'll together, both were convincedthe Minnesota 11, Washington 10. a.. only 78 minutes of football and rida.
to find in the ranks with Firestone Course is ready to 2B-Mincher, Phillips. S-Kaat. <' 'We satisfied Cliett will
j, try success independent a host of IP H R ER BB SO, .pr ? : ,'-0 a' sitting out six games complete are
\ speedy backs and a couple of burly centers. be taken during the $50,000 Kaat W. 13-4: ... t 1.3 a 1 1 3 81 ,,d",. a: :. i, ly. do a good job for us on offense
American Golf Worthington .._.._ 2-3 1 0 0 0 0, : .$ < 4. .t >;:
.,: Fellows like Johnny Gresham Terry Haddock Gerry Bus- Classic begin- Stenhouse. L. 1-7 2 2.3 5 I : Graves. "Our major -
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ning Koch .. .. ....... 21-31 0 0 2 3 <'r > :> p : '
sell, Tommy Jackson and Danny Faulk will be called on to today. Hahhan .......... 2 0 0 0 1 2 ; > f x N concern is in the lineback-
win Alabama sidelined
;\ move the ball. Bill Curry 6-2, 221, and Dave Simmons 6-3. Palmer one of the four men Kline ............. 2 1 0 0 0 2 l X' : x 'a,;s A over ing situation. If Pettee stays
WP-Kaat. T-2:38. '
A7.ftLNiyhf : a. .. Pettee the remainder of the
;i'c 234, are thought to be unmatched in the middle of the line. who has conquered this 7,165 :i .,, healthy he will ease such wor
Game :, ,. ; year with the exception of two
yard layout with sub totals KANSAS CITY k s ; s "
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par :' to a great degree.
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pre Green 2b 3000 Salmon 2b-rf 4010 Another linebacker who Is
vious classics said the course O'D'n'hu pr 0100 Howser ss 3100 ,: s This i time around Head Coach certain to get heavy duty i s
Alusik ph-If 100 0 Whitfield Ib 10 0 0Caus'y
How about Robin Roberts vs. Bobby Shantz in the World with its par of 35-35-70 is in 3b-2b 2010 Wagner If 1300 ; Ray Graves hopes that a senior Ronnie Pursell of T a -

: Series? It'll be quite possible if the Orioles and Phillies keep :beautiful condition. Harrelson If 2000 Ffnc'na rf 31 1 0 ; ;' .. healthy Pettee at linebacker,
who has let
Jimenez 1000 a boy never
ph Brown pr-2b 0000 vares
''t their present and gain the final round. Roberts is Fourth I n teaming with a sound offensive
up paces a "I'm sure it'll take a 276 to T'rt'Dull ph 1000 Davalillo cf 4123 tered but had a good spring climaxed
former 20- winner with the Phils and Shantz Colavito rf 4111 Azcue: c 4032 center in junior Gary Cliett
game captured
win it, said Palmer, who fired Gentile Ib 4121 Moran 3b 4000 by
a great spring
20 with the now defunct Philadelphia Athletics that score to win the Classic in Edwards c 3010 M'Doweli p 3 0 1 0 A Series: will give the Gators adequate game.
Ca'p'n'r's ss 3101 McMahon p 1 0 0 0 One sophomore appears 0 n
1962 and then saw Johnny Pott Mathews cf 3011 strength at this position. the horizon and he's outstanding .
COACH WAYNE HARDIN speaking on the Navy offense Segui p 0000 an
capture first place last year Ch'rl's ph-3b 3000 CENTERS Pensacola'sBill
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prospect.
I said "We run just as much as we throw. In the Cotton Bowl with a 276 as Palmer finished Totals 30 4 4 4 Totals 31 11 5 Duty

against Texas we still had a balanced offense. We couldn't Kansas City .......... ... .. 020110 00G-4 saw considerable duty Bill Carr is still a growing
second with a 280.Putting Cleveland .... ......... ... 023 010 MX-4 RUGGED GATOR ROGER PETTEE as a sophomore moving youngster at 6-4. 219 pounds
", run against them and we couldn't throw against them green ,
-Azcue Colavito. McDowell: Ed the ladder eliminated and he fits into Florida
Easier wards. DP-Cleveland 3. LOB-Kansas His Job Is Linebacking up as injuries now,

BUD WILKINSON'S son Jay (of Duke) is gone from the Nicklaus, coming off a l0-day City 2B-9.Colavito.Cleveland Salmon.6. HR-Gentile (22). boys. He did a creditable plans for 1964.

, Atlantic Coast Conference, but another top coach has a son rest from tournament competition SB Campaneris, Wagner.IP H SF-Colavito.R ER as SO -

stepping up. Bill Dickens, sophomore end at South Carolina said, "the guy who wins it Segul, L. 7-11 ....31-3 6 5 4 4 3
Drabowsky .,....... 2.3 0 0 B 0 0 J
is the son of Indiana Coach Phil Dickens. this year might do better than Stock....,....... 2 1 1 1 1 2 ri .y '' $',"ty, Y p: (:'. ,'1 ,Afi.: +r:. w %,S i ,
The Wyatt ...,......,. 2 1 0 0 0 3
I 276. greens are consistentand
McDowell. W. 5-4 '1-! 5 4 3 7 7 t, a :-:
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS standout Ernie Koy, who missed putting will be much easier. McMahon T ... .. ... 2 2-3 1 0 t 2 1 ,> :, "."
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all but the first two Longhorn games last year with a shoulder ." Night Came :E'.a.%;;a.4..C f. n.pp. \ J

separation, has a unique training exercise. He donned shoulder Palmer had a 34-34-68 in his NEW YORK CHICAGO ,

t pads in July and started a one-on-one rivalry with a pad practice round Wednesday while LInz ss abrhbi 4000 Landis cf abrhbi 3111 ;y. '
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ded tree. Nicklaus came in with a 34-35- R'chd's'n 2b 4 0 0 0 Buford 2b 3001 ) 3tiYY /:.
Marls rf 4110 Wlihelm p 0000Howard I VA :, x
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; UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 69.Nicklaus Tresh cf 4122 Ward 3b 3000 I
sports publicist Norm Carlson won the World Series Bl'nch'rd If 4000 Skowron Ib 4000

reports no football academic casualties from the recently completed last year and hi 1962 picking upa Pepitone 1b 4020 McCraw If 3010, .." and
Boyer 3b 3010 H'shb'ger rf 1 1 0 0
I,, summer trimester. $50,000 check each time. Bouton p 3000 Hansen ss 3110
I Martin c 2000 ;: aw'G.
I Herbert p 2110 I y. "t.' "r 2nd Ave. LOUNGE
Peters ph 1000 520 S.W.

Totals 34 2 t 2 Wels Totals 2b 2t 0000 4S2 :. R.R.f Tracks) FOR LADIES /f

Eastern Champion Boston New York ................. tlO Ml MO-2 ,4.":.. ., (ATs OF FIlEE PARK LNG GENTLEMENDRIVEIN /

I Chkag ................... 002 000 2Ox--4 ? .:<. OCEAN /
E-Bouton (2), Boyer. DP-Chicago 1. '
LOB-New York 5, Chicago 5. %, o y,
2B-Pepitone. HR-Tresh (14) SB- W ,
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I' Bouton U 13-11: .. '1-3 5 A 0 2 3 '.
Mikkelsen ........ 12-30 0 0 0 2 T
Herbert W 4-4 ..7 7 2 2 0 3 r .y eo.a *
Wilhelm .......... 2 1 0 0 0 1
I ANDOVER Mass. (AP) -- Injuries at the running back T-2:23. A-37.354. f : t.y. b BOURBON *

Boston won the 1963 Eastern Di Ninth In position put a heavy burden on Night Game

vision championship with th<; Larry Garron, the Pats' double BALTIMORE abrhM BOSTON ab r h M R Kentucky Gentleman ((6 yr.old)

American Football League'S duty fullback. Ron Burton, No. 1 Brandt cf 4000 Jones 2b 5131 -

best defense and quarterbaclBabe A Series running back, missed the entire Aparlclo Siebern Ib ss 5000 5010 Mantilla Mantilla If If 3000 3000 .''"' Reg. $4.90 395
Powell If 4111 Y'trze'skl cf 5 1 3 1
Parilli operating at 25!) regular season because of a
B. R'b's'n 3b 3 01 0 Horton Ib 5012
,. per cent efficiency." ceptions. back ailment and disc opera- Bowens rf 0000 Thomas rf 3000 get _e_
Snyd'r pr-rf 2000 Malzone 3b 4000 \It'
"We hope to be better thi s Parilli is in his 11th season tion. His replacements were Brown c 2000 Bressoud ss 3120 Walker Deluxe

year," said Coach Mike Holo. of pro ball at the age of 34.Holovak's part time men. Johnson Lau ph ph 0000 1000 Wilson Tillman p c 2000 3100 """"o'ff \ q Luc ERY Reg. $5.85 419 J
Radatz 2000 \ .
Savarine pr 0000 p
vak. "Injuries slowed dowr 1 Patriots beat Buf Rookies J. D. Garrett of Adair 2b 4110 S '
Parilli last and hurl falo in the division Bunker P 1000 r/ Ezra Brooks
year t t playoff last Grambling and Pete Pedro of Orsino phi 2112 fU\\. 099Reg.

his timing. Babe led the leagu December but were crushed 51ear West Texas State have been $5.20 *
4 4
Totals 33 3 5 3 Totals 35
in pass interceptions. The y 10 by powerful San Diego in the running ahead of Burton in the : None out when winning run scored.

before he had the fewest inter- title game. Tom Neumann I Baltimore ............... 000 101 III I-J
early games. Bates ...................000 121 000 1-4 Old Setter 349
h..1r.....\.A>. up G anon a n d .u..1...arty Yastrzemski DP-Baltimore 1. LOB ; ((8 y n. Ou)

Crump is ready to play. Baltimore 4, Boston ,.
2B-Jones 2, Bressoud Yastrzemski,
Horton. 3B-Adair. HR-Powell (31) Or 527
"We certainly expect a better sino (7). SB-B. Robinson. SF-Orsino. Old Grand Dad .
IP H. ER BB SOBunker
II 0 season at flanker than we got 41-35 3 3 3 2McNalty
from Jim Colclough last '::.::::::.. 2300000Barber I .
year, ........... 1 1 0 0 0 1'':. i 419
said Holovak. "we anticipate a Miller ........,... 2 1. 0 2 3Naddix Old Crow .
a U4-3..1 2 1 1 0 11 I
better year at quarterback and Wilson .. _.....42-32 2 2 1 5Radatz
figure on help for Garron." W. 11.7 .31-33 1 1 3 2Haddix BLENDS *
AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE faced 2 me* in 10th.HBP O OYI
L ,ct. G.B W L Pet. C.B. -By Wilson (Bowens). T-3:13. AI ,
Baltimore J* 44 .417 Philadelphia' 72 44 .410 More Speed -12.69f. \9 .
Chicago 1* f .412 tt San Francisco 47 53.5S1 4 I "'( i << 3 Canadian Club 589
New York 6t 4. .585 4 Cincinnati 44 54 .550 7 Gino Cappelletti, defendingAFL LOS ANGELES DETROIT .
Detroit 4J 61 .50 U St. LOUIS 44 .56.533 f scoring champion must urbbl ab r b biPearsonH S A
Minnesota 410.504 1Thla Pittsburgh 43 54 J2 ,V* 3000 Bruton cf 4000 i ., .
Angela. 4} 42 JM 14 Milwaukee 41 57 J17 11 battle Colclough for the flanker Green cf 4000 Lumpe 2b 4120 \l.-# Canadian Deluxe
S4 6.S Los Angeles 5f A .500 13 /49
Cleveland .443 livt Fregosl ss 4111 Klline rf 4111
Boston 55 64 .4iS IfV* Chicago 54 44 .4A7 17 job. Art Graham will be the Smith rf /0 10 Brown H 2101 1t. '' f' b.10 "*
$
M .3" 27 Houston 51 71 .411 23 .,, Reg
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Washington split end as Holovak seeks more Adcockk Ib 2010 Cash Ib 3112 ....
Kansas City" u J47 30Yasttrtfays New York 3t? J22 34Y4 Newman pr 0000 Freehan c 4110 ,.,..
Rtsults Yesterdays Results speed for the position. Satrlano 3b 1000 M'AuTf ss 201. '
Minnesota 3. Washington 1 New York 4. Pittsburgh 2 Power>1b 10 0 0 Wert 3b 3008 \ 339
Cleveland '. Kansas City 4 Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 1 3120 i Philadelphia .
Detroit S. Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia f. Chicago S The retirement of tackle Milt Rodger c Sparma p 2000 I
2000
2b Demeter
Knoop ph l' 1 1
Chicago 4. New York 2 Houston .. St. Louis 7. 10 innings
Graham and the 1010
trading of Walt Torres ph
Boston 4, Baltimore 3, 10 Innings Los Angeles 7. Milwaukee 4Todays
Ted."'* Cm Came Cudzik forced Holovak to re- Koppe Gatewood pr-2b p 211 0000 1 Don Q. Rum Fifth 3"
New York Ford 1J-4 at Chicago Horlen 'Cincinnati Nuxhall 1-7 at San Francisco build his offensive line. Piersal ph e 0 e 0Totals .
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: runs batted in. Ken Retzer added !

By MIKE RATHET 1 handed the Giants their fourth the first. Robinson then did For days now, Syracuse and I another homer for Toronto. ; /

Associated Press Sports Writer straight loss 7-1 in the biggest some of his own hitting, slam- Jacksonville have had a cush- Bill Short held Richmond to'

The Philadelphia Phillies beanball battle of the season. ming his 23rd homer in the third ion between them and the rest: two hits to spoil Bud Daley's

were nursing a, six-game lead The Reds-Giants game was inning and No. 24 in the seventh. of the International League, pitching debut with the Virgini-I' Time k for School

today in the National League still in the top of the first inning Purkey brought his record to This allowed them to fight it out t ans. Daley was slipped for six qtr means time to slip
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The San Francisco Giants and was hit on the left arm by a when he threw wild on a groun- place. third inning home run by Jim j able Pedwin casu

Cincinnati Reds were nursing Ron Herbel pitch. Robinson der after Hal Lanier doubled. -OOIf'PURK But after a slump, Buffalo is: Leggett als.

welts. started toward the San Francisco Five Red 'VinnerTampa beginning to stick a few pins in In the second game, Lou Jack-, t High fashion, nar

I pitcher but was restrained by Runs the cushion. son socked a two run triple: s. row-toe styling and
Phillies built their lead
The I
Francisco 'Umpire Chris Pelekoudas while The Phillies got the job donein The sharpest pin last night in the eighth inning to wrap upI, 15 ; handsome colors

over to second-place the biggest of San the season- Giant shortstop Jim Davenport the eighth inning, overcominga Lead was John Stephenson who belt- the 4 to 3 victory. Before that,' ::' <_ make this shoe a

Cubs 9- grabbed Herbel as both benches 5-4 deficit with a five-run ex- ed a bases loaded double to ral- Joe Durham and Steve Deme- must for your ward
the Chicago
by whipping emptied. plosion. Clay Dalrymple and ly the Bisons for a 12 to 3 vic- ter had homered to account for, robe. .
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Umps Step In Tony Taylor triggered the rally Now Down tory over second place Jack- Rochester's first two runs. 4 : Black & CordoBrown

with singles before Wes Coving- sonville. The victory pulls the

The umpires had to step in ton drove in the tying and win- Bisons to six and a half games

only a few minutes later when I ning runs with a pinch double. To Vz GameBy out of first Young Jap 10.99HMf' .

Robinson started from first base The Cubs had snapped a 4-41 Didn't Lose Ground Boxer Dies

-- toward Herbel. And, later, when tie in the top half of the inningon THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .

Night Cm Robinson was retired at second singles by Joey Amalfitano The Suns didn't lose any
CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA The slipping Tampa Tarpons' TOKYO (AP) A 22-year-old
base double he and
brhM alt r II III on a play BillY' Williams and Ron Santo, Florida State lead has ground on Syracuse league:
A'lfitino 2b 5020 R'l'cf-df.is 3 0 Q 2 Davenport had a few words. who earlier hit his 24th homer. league leaders by a game and a half. Japanese professional boxer
Clemens rt 4110 Callison rf 5110 dwindled to one-half game. died Thursday after 82 hours in,
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Williams If 4121 Allen 3b 4120 "I know when I'm getting The Mets : Syracuse dropped its game to
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Banks Ib 4000 Johnson It 2221 thrown at," said an angered straight their longest Columbus 8 to 0. In other ac-
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't'f HENEVER Oti INp.YOUR BALL-Gh05ET0
A VERY 4Erfef"p BUNKER UP ANP E7J..AS-IN Bob Schweickert VPI
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;ence teams likely to.- men Coach John McKennais Mary, a new men an
CARDINALULe' FOR FLAVINS SAND 1 15 '/ S1; I II
I : &fr orNe-L1AI-l- ours IRVING A LONGER: RICHMOND, Va., (AP) I watching. Neither appears a doleful. The Keydets will be coach-Marv Levy, formerly of man team. ,
PU-f-f 0EJAT& WAfrTlNOT&OK&; IN A 'match for Tech and West Virginia -speedy as usual and Faster
passer Bigger
YORK (AP) There MJRACWs -&IIorAl"1" MP1' 'f7D PL-AY-f1..I Virginia Tech's success in ex- California. Levy says he sees no
was a time when ;United pol-rlV2 KOutE/NEIJ'AKE. IT FROM-MIRE. tending its rule over Southern however. Charlie Snead has a multitudeof prospect of success with the The Citadel, 4-6 in 1963, will -
States dominated the Olympic' first-grade targets. Nobody is be bigger and faster up front
Conference football in
1964
Richmond could be dangerouswith W&M club that was 4-6 last autumn -
: weightlifting competition. In the I I but has no proven quarterback.
I hinges on quarterback Bob Ronnie Smith throwing, counting VMI out. and lost 16 lettermen.
1948 Games in England and, 4 Schweickert's success in con- Furman, 7-3, has 18 lettermenbut
again in 52 hi Finland and in '561) tinuing to intimidate the opposi- I John Hilton and Pete Amelian- New MemberThe George Washington, 2.7 last lost eight 1963 starters. Davidson
t I I in Australia, American lifters 9 tion. I chik catching, and Kenny Stoudt the year, may be the conference 1-5-2, seems in for another -
starts
conference
.I : won the majority of gold me'dals. If the versatile Schweickert ,running, but just encounter West surprise, despite the loss of All- long year. The Wildcats lost Ian
with member East
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'JsoiA year a new tailback Dick Drum- entire team of f
stays in one piece, few doubt he Virginia in its first game here Clarence Southern first-stringers.
--0 Carolina coached
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,1 The story was different in the \ could keep Tech at the conference I Sept. 19. mond. The Colonials have 17 let- Barring unexpected develop
I 1960 Olympics in Rome. America I Stasavich but its conference termen from a team that lost ments, the pivotal game will be !
\ pinnacle. But with beefy,
t( : won one gold medal. No long- iII experienced West Virginia VMI, champion four of the games won't count. four games by less than a;the visit of West Virginia to Virginia -
i : er' did the U.S. boys hold most ready to pounce, Tech Coach last seven years, lost-11 letter- One of the other nine teams, touchdown last year -plus 25) Tech on Oct. 17. I
: : of the world records either.,
Jerry Claiborne is alarmed."If .
Russia became the powerhouse -

I I found itself and the struggling United to'States hold I Schweickert anything, we're happens goners," he to PETE HERMAN RECALLS GLORY I

says. "Wherever we go, Bob
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second place with Japan, Hungary 1
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and Poland. .
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: Different 8-% Record By BEN THOMAS weight champion of the world 40 at the weigh in. Wilde was fouror dressing room and, after a I

"Things will be different in Hitching a ride on Schweic- years ago. Herman operates the five pounds lighter.At lengthy chat, persuaded Wildeto
i Tokyo in October." vows Dave kert's passing arm and churn NEW ORLEANS (AP) Be- :bistro and is also vice chairmanof I fight time, Wilde insisted go on with the fight. (
!hind the bar in a French Quarter Athletic Com that Herman the scales "That was a but in the
Matlin, chairman of the U.S. ing legs, which,accounted for 1- I the Louisiana get on scrap I
bistro hangs a largeaslifeI mission. I again."I 17th round I knocked him out,"
committee '
Olympic weightlifting 526 yards and 84 points, Tech
photograph of the Duke and Du-
which is conducting two-day Pete Herman recalled the' was feeling just mean Pete said. "Wilde went throughthe I
record fall
rode to an 8-2 last
chess of Windsor. It takena "
was I' that I refused to, Pete and almost into theprince's
enough
trials at the World's Fair beginning w.rarawr.r..w.n and was 5-0 in the conference. 'past. ropes
I. dozen years ago when the recalled. I know I "
Friday to pick the seven- Tech lost 16 lettermen and has Early January "Actually lap.
duke-who gave up the English in 1921. didn't than 116Vi The Prince of Wales later
It weigh
more
man squad that will travel to 15 returning, led by Schweickertand was early January
the Orient. throne to marry for love-came The Duke of Windsor was then and I think Wilde just wanted became Edward VIII and then
"And I'm not speaking idly. All-Southern fullback Sonny to New Orleans for Carnival."I the Prince of Wales, heir to the everybody to feel sorry for him abdicated.

I Look at the results of the 1963 Utz.By contrast, West nearly knocked a man into ,British throne. because he was lighter, about Pete Herman sailed back to
Steady Virginialost
I Pan-American Games in Brazil. PlayersMoving only four regulars from its his lap," said the old man, It took all the persuasivenessof 112, although he had beaten big- the United States the day after
sitting on a stool beneath the the to talk than me." whipping Wilde. Within few
I We won six of the seven gold 4-6 team of last fall and has 21 I prince Jimmy ger men a
I medals. That is the main reason lettermen back, headed by half picture. Wilde, a cocky British battler, In Ring months, he regained the ban- I
i for my optimism. in Golf back Dick Leftridge and hostsof "He wanted to meet me'to meet Herman in the ring. Herman was in the ring. tamweight crown-which he had
Matlin may be too optimistic.I hefty linemen. again," said the old man, who is The fight with Wilde was Wilde sulked in his dressingroom. first won in 1917. !II
The Russian: : : figure tn h-*-. as--: also shown in the photo. scheduled for Jan. 13, 1921. A year later he was blind.
powerful as ever, other Communist ) was just playing for par But where Tech is richest, the The old man is Pete Herman, Pete was two pounds under The Prince of Wales was at Now, nearing 70, he sits and recalls I
'
I bloc nations have top three-time winner JoAnne J Mountaineers seem poorest. now blind, who was bantam- the 118 specified in the contract ringside. He went into Wilde's' the glories of yesteryear. I II

; contenders and Japan also has Seattle, Wash., said 1 West Virginia does not have one 3i'i.a _J- I
j I some title threats. 1 up defeat of Barbara J letterman at quarterback. Ed 1v
Among the Pan-Am champs Shreveport, La., in the ]Pastilong or Al McCune must I
entered are Joe Puleo of Detroit round. "That's what I I fill the bill. If they do, West Vir- II I
a middleweight and Bill for. ginia will be hard to stop.
March of York, Pa., the middle In Upset
heavyweight titlist. Jason Weiss, of Indi Other Teams
In all, over 60 lifters are en- and a Curtis Cup play- Richmond, 36.1 last year, and'MI I
tered in seven classes in the 1956, upset Brigitte Varan- '\ 3-5-2, are the other confer-! Join the smart car
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and 198 trials are listed for champ, 1-up in the sec-
; opening day. round. Smith Leads I

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I .Gulf Coast Producing Blue' Water Trophy FistiThe .




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The Gulf Coast off northwest Florida has come Into its own freshwater problems during the rainy season. So the fisher- HOMOSASSA RIVER

for blue water trophy fish. Formerly, the spotlight has been men may be found in number north of the Horseshoe channel Duncan MacRae, of MacRAE'S DOCK, says plenty of large'
entirely on such Atlantic Coast spots as Stuart, Palm Beach, beacons looking for trout in the deep, grassy holes. redfish are 1 hitting silver spoons and cut mullet. They range
and Fort Pierce for sporty sailfish and other large gamefish. s ream PANAMA CITY from keeper size up to 9 pounds.
Boats operating out of Destin, Panama City and Pensacola : # Jack Eckdahl and his family camped at St. Andrews State OSCEOLA NATIONAL FOREST BEAR HUNT REMINDER
1, have started making runs out to the 600-feet-deep waterline 1and \ : Park. His son Al proved to be the fisherman of the family Hunters who wish to participate in the special bear hunts in
and are finding prize fish of all kinds. The 600-feet-line where (1\ catching king mackeral weighing from 5 to 7 pounds. Jack the Osceola National Forest must send their applications to

the best fishing is found sweeps,within 42 miles of West Flor- says the mackerel are being caught with cigar minnows trol- the Lake City office of the Game and Fresh Water Fish
ida, its closest approach to land between,the Mississippi Riv- led about 3 feet under the surface in 50-60 foot depth of wa- Commission prior to 11 A.M., August 28. There will be
er and Key West. ter. He speaks glowingly of the gamefish 'being brought in. 14 three-day hunts from September 11 through November 7.

One majestic blue marlin, weighing over 400 pounds, has Nlth He saw 2 sailfish, 1 marlin, and a 119 pound jewfish being Each group must obtain a S50 hunt permit, Box 908, Lake

been boated out of Panama City. Recently, Dr. Charles Woods, transported in a station wagon to be mounted. The scuttle- City, and possess hunting licenses. ..
Panama City, landed a blue marlin 12 feet long.-His bait wasa Frank PluIioU| but is that his wife, Leona, is the real sailor in the family. FISHING SECRET ,
trolled bonita about three in size. Sun Outdoor EdilnrCRYSTAL Conrad IF YOU HAVEN'T FOUND THE FISH. KEEP R
pounds Rehling, the genial golf expert at the University of YQ1 :::, __
The first of such gamefish were found In the early 1950's Florida Golf Course, also took his family to Panama City for SELF AND YOUR BAIT MOVING! ;:-..:
by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. But only recently has his vacation. Eckdahl, Assistant Intramural Director at the
seeking them become popular. More than 50 sailfish have been University, and Rehling both visited Bill Benz who has been I M ./

brought into Destin this summer, with the top months of RIVER chartering his 40 foot fishing boat at Panama City this summer !

September and October still to go. Good strings of bluegill bream are hitting worms, accordingto All three are faculty members of the College of Physical
An estimated 75 sailfish and 20 white marlin have been Mrs. Joyce Elmer at KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE, Crystal River. Education and Health. Rehling was impressed not only by the
caught by fishermen out of Panama City. Captain Joe Knowles sailfish and marlin, but by the size and number of huge red
on his 52-foot boat, on one trip to the 600-foot curve boated PRAIRIE CREEK snapper and grouper being caught on the Panama City party

6 sailfish and 1 white marlin. He says he can just about guar- Frank Knight weighed in a 5/pound bass at THE TACK boats.
antee a sailfish to anyone wishing to run out to this 100 fathom It CRYSTAL RIVER
LE BOX. was caught on a live shiner. BOATS MOTORS"TRAILERS =
depth. LAKE PANASOFFKEEJim Dennis Curington is so good that KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE
Tuna, wahoo, kingfish, red snapper, and grouper are also is trying to hire him out SKI SUPPLIESat
Veal, of PANA-VISTA Lodge, says Rev. Vance Gordon as a guide. He is averaging 30 to 50 I
to be found In these waters. Sailfish and marlin have been and Gene Yarborough, Jacksonville, caught 50 bass last week. trout per trip. This Gainesville fisherman and his family usually DISCOUNT PRICES
t frequently caught close inshore, considerably whetting the They used the Rapala lure. cook at noon the fish caught in the morning and you '

t appetite of trophy fishermen this summer. For those who WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER can find them at Shell Point at the mouth of the river when JIMMY MOORE'S I O.s >OJ rt rLJL .1Q-1 __ ..
would enjoy such sport not too far from Gainesville Destin Johnny Littlejohn weighed in 52 pounds of catfish at THE noontime arrives.
; will conduct a fishing contest through October, and Panama TACKLE BOX. 6 averaged 6 pounds each and the largest Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starke, Fla.2ttlC .
City will hold a $5,000 tournament from September 11 through Black and son Rusty followed Dennis _
16 Curington '
weighed pounds. They were caught on portions of Lisa. out, and by .
%
October 10. SALTWATER keeping him in sight, each boatload brought back about 20
:1
/ ST. AUGUSTINE FISHING TOURNAMENT ATLANTIC OCEANJACKSONVILLE trout. Boats are bringing in up to 35 reds per boat. Col. Tom D
i. The big Chamber of Commerce Fishing Tournament which Bonsall, Crystal River caught over 40 trout on Sunday all on

began in the Ancient City May 1 will close at midnight on La- Large schools of tarpon are feeding along the beaches, and the 52.\128 Mir rolure. I ."

bor Day. One Gainesville fisherman, W. C. Childers, is lead one of the best stretches is that around the former Mickler I 1- --- ----
ing in one of the Divisions. To give an indication of the varie- Pier south of Ponte Vedra Beach. Kingfish are still being r
ty and size of the leaders, the results as of this date are as caught in goodly Okla. Man 'I' --
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number.ST. .
follows: SAILFISH. 41 pounds, B. W. Willoughly, Interlachen; AUGUSTINE FolKS byCeorgel/ ytYd(;
TARPON. 138 pounds, Dot Crossan, St. Augustine: KINGFISH Kingfish and large redfish have the play at the present
45 pounds W C. Childers, Gainesville; DOLPHIN. time. Surf fishing will continue good for several weeks. Leads Two '
WHY PONTCHA GIVE MOWBA'tTERIF WCLL,KITTY.. THI ONLY EATINA .TUT
18 pounds M. Zeigler, St. Augustine; CHANNEL BASS. 44 MOSQUITO LAGOON A FCLIA A SAMPLE OF i eivc YOU A PUCE YOU KKiOWMXR I CAN BC RIALCf sun
pounds, W. J. Moody, Palatka; TROUT. 9 pounds, B. F. Each August outstanding catches of Gator trout (over 5 YOUR NOME-MAitE CANDY, YOU WOW ASK F0R CANDY Or t. GOOD FOOD FWCMMEATAMN4
Barnard St. BLACK BASS. 8 pounds J. R. Fish TestsPANAMA KITTY? ,,-,_ AMY MORE, BETTER THAN
Augustine
; pounds) are made in the famed MOSQUITO LAGOON. Jack WILU YOU? I Do'
Moser,Jr., Jacksonville; JACK CREVALLE. 48 pounds, R. E. Bates promised some results soon of his annual visits to Ut
"Spike" Harvey ((12 years old), St. Augustine; BARRACUDA this area. R. de P. An ONE HUNK:LE -l
22 pounds, Bill Spaulding, Palatka; COBIA. 50 pounds, GULF OF MEXICO Oklahoma man holds the lead

Herbert Bray, Palatka; AMBERJACK. 36th pounds, Ernest HORSEHOE BEACH in two big game fishing tournaments -I
Lee, SL Augustine; BONITO. 20 pounds, Mike Phillips, Pa- Due to the fresh water flowing from creeks between Horse- here, and he I

latka; SHEEPSHEAD. 10 pounds, 3 ounces, Zomie Woodley, shoe Beach and the Suwannee River, the trout are found sev- walk off with riches and fame may, "
St. Augustine; WHITING. 2 pounds, 12 ounces, A. Gilordano, eral miles out or North of Horseshoe Beach. The area be- if he can stay ahead until ,
St. Augustine; FLOUNDER. 8 pounds, 12 ounces, Russell tween Horseshoe Beach and Steinhatchee does not have such petition in both events com-ends: 31 % .,.._
Higginbottom, Hastings; DRUM. .10 pounds, 2 ounces, Ralph I
Motes, Hollister; RED SNAPPER. 21 pounds, Emory King, I Labor Day (Sept. 7)). FRESH PORK

St. Augustine; and BLUEFISH. 4 pounds, 13 ounces, C. J. Naught I Howard one Hopkins black marlin of T and u 1 s a a ; SWIFT'S SELECT BABY SPARERIBS SWIFT'S PREMIUM
I Hohne, St. Augustine. a BEEF ROUND OR SIRLOINSTEAK CANNED
f. The St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce is to be congratu- vsriety of other game fish to
lated upon going all out to provide so many Divisions to typI- take a slim lead over Bill Ellis PICNICS

fy the many fine fish which abound in St. Augustine waters. of Arlington, Tex. Hopkins, fishing -
The Chamber of Commerce will hold its Awards Banquet at Club de Pesca de Pana- 79* 39 3 LB. $169
sometime in ma, landed five sailfish, 10 rain- LB. LB. CAN

October.TWELVEINCH BASS? bow runner, four dolphin, two
snapper and two tuna in addi- FRESH SLICED END CUT BOSTON BUTT ;
One of the controversial conservation questions which fre BEEF
quently arises Is: "Shall bass under 12 Inches be thrown back ;tion to a black marlin. PORKCHOPS PORK

into the water?" Residents and camp operators of the Lake Ellis caught a 402pound LIVER ROAST
Panasoffkee area have asked the State Game and Fresh Water black marlin, largest of this

Fish Commission to impose a minimum 12 Inches on bass species landed in either tour- 29 39;

1 caught in Lake Panasoffkee. However, they are now having nament. LB .'7 LB.
some second thoughts since Commission Director A. D. Ald- The Republic of Panama Is 39B.a

J rich sent them the research results of Dr. H. S. Swingle, conducting its 12th International c.SWIFT'S .
Fish CulturisLat lhe ,!1abama Agriculture Experiment Sta- Marlin and Sailfish Tournamentand
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.Wi ; SELECT BABY BEEF FRESH LEAN SWIFT'S SELECT BABY BEEF
; the
tion, Auburn, Alabama. American owned Club
Dr. Swingle is opposed to the 12-inch minimum by reason I %'.445 a de Pesca is holding its first CHUCK GROUNDBEEF CHUCK

l\ of 10 years of experiments. He says that 75 to 95 per cent of jamefish tournament. Guests at
bass and blue gills sufficiently injured to draw blood died Club de Pesca are eligible for ROAST STEAK
after they were returned to the water. Most of them remained r.arm both tournaments.A .

on the bottom, with less than 5 per cent floating to the 1964 Cadillac will be pre

surface. His experiments have shown that all bodies of wa- sented the winner of the Club 39 3 IBs. 1 100 47'LB.
,, ter where game fish are able to reproduce have more small de Pesca tournament, which is LB

fish than can ever grow up. Within less than two years afterit set up on a point system to en- .
is first stocked, a body of water contains all the fish it can courage light tackle fishing. LEAN BRISKET -
support. After this, fish can increase in size only if part of fo #aY Ci; p The automobile will be presented -
I them are removed. or die. Therefore, he concludes that removal in the hometown of the win- STEW .
of undersized fish when caught is beneficial because it .. [ hrz ner. RIB VEALCHOPS : '
makes the remaining fish grow faster and larger. 5 i 99* HfRSHEY'S

Your columnist has fished with Dr. Swingle on some of his *ww'W.r _;_ 4 Tides
Fishing : : .:
57 experimental ponds and can attest to his stature as a scientist 59LBV -
and to his ability as a confirmed, enthusiastic fisher. Florida -
man. FighterL. CEDAR KEY VEALCUTLET LBS 49
FRIDAY High It 1:24 a.m. and S
WHO CAUGHT WHAT WHERE 12:21 p.m. Low at I:" a.m. and 7.27 'necessary.
L. Petty of Putnam Hall caught this 18-pound m.Saturday No other purchases
High at 1:52 am and Limit One.
FRESH WATER largemouth bass at neighboring Tucker Lake, using 12:M p.m. Low at 7:17 a."'. and 7:57
Zebco 33 reel and eight-pound line. It is p.m. 89 SHORTENINGBAKE
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I one Sunday High at 2:11 a.m. and 1:33
NEWNAN'S LAKE eight largest entered in the 53-year history of the I p,,,,. Low at 7:41 a.m. and 1:27 p.m. LB. RITE '
Monday High at 2:40 a.m. and 2:11
Fishing activity is markedly improved at Newnan's Lake Field and Stream fishing contest. P."'. Low at 8:20 a.nw and 1:54 p m. :
Tuesday High at 3:03
a m. and 2:50 '
with the rising of the lake water.Johnny McGilvray of McGIL- 'm. Low at t:54 a."'. and 9:23 p_"'. VEAL LOINCHOPS 3 LB. '
:4,}::rY::} Wednesday High at 3:21 a_",. and CAN
VRAY'S FISH CAMP Bill of Gainesville S
reports Ryan weighed 3:31 pm. Low at ':33 am. and ':$3
in an 8 pound bass and a 2 pounder caught on top water p.m.Thursday No otfur purchcmNccttiary. S j

lures. Roger Lovely caught a 7% pound bass on a shiner fishing t SCI, ':1' p.m. Low- High at 10:15 at 3:55 am. a and m. 10:26 and /. Llmir One.. I
I from McGILVRAY'S dock. Jake Standridge got three 'm. 69 I

I bass weighing 6%, 5, and \Vi pounds. LaRue Boyd's bass I LB. I

: weighed 7li and 4% pounds. Earl Poythress and Jerry Solunar Tables [ w OUR VALUE-300 Can.
I Sheffield caught 59 speckled perch. J. L. Hughes and his I
f mother landed 20 perch. Bobby Gill picked up his limit of DEPENDABLEJohnson Pork & Beans
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I and Jack Coons High Springs, repeated their weekly SER-HeR. \. RED WHITE 10 CANS 99*
r limit catches of speckled"perch.. R. J. Kinley, Ocala, caughthis 303 CAN .
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t.r'r''F. lt Sorry for Mrs. Kennedy' Says RubyI II r1 t I. Syncom

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I NEW YORK (AP) Jack of a three-hour interrogation of "Of why that Sunday morningthat !|lit to our beloved president that Oswald prior to the shooting.!

Ruby reportedly told the War Ruby by Chief Justice Earl thought never entered she shouldn't be expected to Ruby is quoted as saying: DOWNTOWN i Performs

ren Commission he never knew Warren in Dallas last June 7. my mind prior to that Sunday come back to face trial of this "I never knew Lee Harvey I -

Lee Harvey Oswald President The account Is written under morning when I took it upon heinous crime. And I have nevI I Oswald. The first time I ever

Kennedy's accused assassin, the byline ,of columnist Dorothy myself to try to be a martyr or er had a chance to tell that, toV have seen him was the time in ------ TricksCAPE

and that his compassion for the Kilgallen, who said she obtained some screwball, you might say. back it up, to prove it. Conse-I the assembly room when they

president's widow- led him to the transcript "through sources I "But I felt very emotionaland quently I am being victimizedas brought him out, when he had

kill Oswald., close to the commission in carried from of plot in the world's "
9' very away part a :some sort of shiner on his eye. KENNEDY Fla. (AP)
That information came from Washington." (sic) Mrs. Kennedy, that with worst tragedy and crime at this Just a few hours after President -The Syncom 3 "Olympic Star"satellite

the New. York Journal-Ameri In Wednesday's second in- all the strife, she had gone moment." I Kennedy was killed, Ruby cleared a tricky

can, which is publishing under stallment Ruby is quoted as through-I had been following it In the transcript, Warren reI I mingled with newsmen in the hurdle early today and headedFor space

copyright a 102-page transcript saying of his shooting Oswald: pretty well-that.someone owed peatedly asked Ruby if he knew i assembly room of Dallas police 1 another critical maneuver

1 headquarters and saw Oswald.
later in the day.
Oswald, formally accused of _
the Nov. 22 assassination of the The complex moves, con

BUSINESS. MARKET president, was slain during a VVV .41: trolled by radio command from

I REPORTieacters9 routine jail transfer two days I IV the ground, are aimed at placing -
later. the spacecraft in a stationary

REVIEW V Ruby was sentenced to death orbit above the Pacific

for Oswald's murder in a trial Ocean where it would be in position -

_. L that ended March 14. His attorneys to televise the Olympic V
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I, pleaded he was insane. Games from Tokyo.

43,000 Bond Sirs 23% 3
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This afternoon
a station at
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Turns Salisbury, Australia was to V -
34,500 RCA 31% up % Away
I trigger a small rocket aboardthe
Request 30,200 Sperry Rd 13% unch
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was --
29,900 Pa RR 33% off %
9 fire a 19-se ond burst of
NegroesIn energyto
29,800 Am Tel Tel 70% off %
: The following! market. quotation. switch Syncom 3 from awideooping
.tre requested specifically by readers 29,800 Westg El 34% off %
orbit from
.cf the Sun financial page. The quotations STOCK LISTINGS 29,600 Reyn Tobacco 44% up % ranging
art furnished by Live OakLIVE 695 to 23,675 miles to a circular

Wulbern/Murphey Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks course in which both the high

I' _. II!Volume Close Change OAK Nine Negroeswere and low points will be about

NEW YORK STOCK Kellogg .80a 45 .I Milgo Electron __ 12% 117,400 Magellan Pete 3 off % refused service and thrownout 23,000 miles up.
: EXCHANGE 46,600 Peruvian Oil 2% up YA of the Dixie Grill, a restau-
Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Mont Guaranty Ins 25; The action scheduled to occur
Letton.In 1.9Sf 68th Pacific SW Air _ 353/4 43,100 TWA Wts 24. off % :rant in Live Oak, according to high above Sumatra also would
AbbotCLab _: :: ;2.40 41 Park

37,900 Nek Mng 4% off % Bob Ingram, NAACP workerin
LoneSCm, 1.00 22 Schlitz Brew 47t
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Bunker Hill
; 27,700 30% up 1% Suwannee County.
Marsh Fid 1.60 45* Secur Life & Tr __ 621h stationary position in which it
Amerada Pt 2.00 83%
Am Elic: owZ.7..1.165: "44% Martin, M 1.00 18 Southern Nitro. 23 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Robert Saunders, field secre- would appear to hover motion-

Amer Enka 1.40a 61% McGr Hill Ma. 35% Travelers Ins __V V 4.n. Purchases 311,980 tary for the NAACP said he less over one area of the earth

AmerHqneLJ=__ 1.41a69 Mead .Corp 1.70 45% Union Security & Inv 101 Short Sales -. 2,665 .has asked the Justice Department because its relative speed would
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Merkd 2.I\a 431 to charge the restaurant
Other Sales ___ match that of the earth's
Anaer M Fdy .90 18% AMERICAN STOCK 324,900 hL V rota-
Armc Stf_ 3.0Q 2'/ Natl! Air --- -. .80 49 EXCHANGE V Total Sales -_ 327,565 owner with violation of the Civil .. ... _V ._ .... ,___w. ,_ ._
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Atch Topka 1.20a. 343'sBaxter Nia M Pow _- 2.00 56H Aerojet-Gen __ 293t4 PREVIOUS DAY'S Edna Branch, one of the nine Art Campbell is one of several Gainesville architects would not end the satel V
Lab ...'. ,,- .-.. .36 25%
:. : Norfolk W _ 6.00 137% Analex Corp 27% STOCK MARKET V demonstrators, said she and the to volunteer their services to Operation Face- lite's space acrobatics. For
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Beckman' In NoIndPS-1.48 60i! Aqua Chem 161,1 Advances ..___ 466 other Negroes attempted to lift, a civic project designed to beautify downtown more than 10 days afterwards,
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Beech LF S 1.10 48%! No Nat Gas __ 1.80 57 Aurora Plastics ___... 24 Declines ._..__._ 578 swear out a warrant chargingthe stores and revitalize business. Campbell is working ground stations are to command

Bristol My -30 68V4 Olin Math 1.20 42% Barnes Engineer V 201h I Unchanged 287 manager of the restaurantwith with merchants on the south. side of courthouse small jets on,the spacecraft to
Brown Shoe 3.40 98% Butler Shaes
Owens II G --- 2.50 102 97/s Total Issues _- 1,331 assault. square, to boost the stores' eye-appeal. Shops include fire at precise times to move it
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Brunswick
Cambell S ._ 2.40 36 Pac G & E 1.00 31 Chromaloy V VV 15 41 New 1963-64 Highs 37 The judge, she said, advisedthe Cox Furniture, Ruddy's Department Store, slowly eastward along the equator .
------- Pac Lting -- --- -- 2.40 29% Cinerama 6 New 1963-64 Lows V V VVV 24 group to confer with their Dolores' Beauty Shop, the Variety appliance store until it reaches a point
Carter Pdt .. .. J 1OOa 16%
-- Pac T&T __ 1.20 29'/ Computer Sci __._ .. 18 lawyers and come back in a Folds Hardware and the H. M. Chitty clothing store. above the intersection of the
Case J I _' _. 20% Pam Amer A 1.20 30V4 Cutter Labs A V VV V 16% Eddie Davis.
Late MorningN.Y. "couple of days. (Sun Photo by ) equator and the International
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Coas S Gas -_.- 28% Pfizer -_ -_- .80a 47% I Gen Develop .-_V.> 5% Listing The jets are to arrest it thereso
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Phelps DG -_- 3.00 70 4 Mackey Airlines _..*. 4% Augustine Rights
Comb Eng _.._ 1.20 29% Polaroid _ .20 142 J Mead Johnson -,... ....... 17% Allis Chal 19% Int Nick 79 i extensive communications
_ .80 19% Alcoa 65% Int 33% experiments between wide areas
; Cone Mills Pub SV E G _- 2.60 38% :Pac NW Tele 22% Pap !
Cont Airl __- .40) 20% Pure Oil 1.60 59 :Philips Elec ..___ 42% Am Air 42% Jones&LKais 81% of North America and Asia. The
2.20 59% Am Can 44% AlKen'cott 34% for satellite successfully passed initial -
Contl Ins _- Rayonier 1.00 36 :Redwing Carriers __ 10% Draws Fines ContemptJACKSONVILLE

Contrl:Data 87/4 Rexall _-.- -. .50!> 53% .Ric Group. 6% Am Cyan 61% 87% __ _voice_ <,_._radio__tL and_ tape-re& & _
.._._ 1.50 57% Am Mot 15% & 81% corner transmission i C:5':5:
Corn Pdts Reyn Met __ .so 34% :Sperry R. Wts. .. 6;/. Lig My
Delta Air _,_ 1.60 75 Rich Merr __ 1.00 49% Syntex __ 65 AT&T 70% Loch'd 35% (AP-Fed- that he has resigned as a bond- the injunction by cursing three 1 I Wednesday, shortly after it was

Det Steel ...._ .68 15 A R C Cola _- ---- 1.20 67% 'Tampa Elec 251h Am Tob 35 Lorillard 46/4 eral court has applied the financial I ed deputy sheriff. Negroes and attempting to in- launched.U.S. .

Emerson El _.......... 1.00 44V4 Roy Dutch 1.73g 46% 'Tech Measur _--. 21 Ampx Cp 16% Mag'vox 29% lever of the Civil RightsAct Before he took such action, timidate Funderberk by follow ., Japanese, Canadian and

Fair Camera _........ .50g UK 'Searle GO --. .90 62V4 'IIVAWLSV 24% AnacondaArmour 45% MM&M 58414V4 for the first time by asses- ,Judge Simpson asked attorneysif ing him on two occasions last European interests plan to use
Finan'l Fed __.., 41 47% Mohasco week when he left the Palms Syncom 3 to speed Olympic television -
Singer __ 2.00 89 sing two men found guilty of they felt he had authority to _
Fst Chartr. _:._....... 1.37f 29% : S MUTUAL FUNDS ACL 81 V. Mons'to 78'/ Motel. pictures to North American
1.2a)
'Smith KIn -- 621h Affiliated contempt $600 for the plaintiff's impose such a sanction as a
I i Fla E Cst Mtt Sou Cal Bd ___ 1.05 333/4 ; Fund VV 9.04 Babcock 33% Mont Wd 38% and European viewers in
himself
attorneys.U.S. condition of Lance Since the civil
V purging case was contempt I
Capital Life & Gr 10.24
Food Fair -4 .,-.. .90 21 /4 :St Oil Cal 2.OJ 6H B&O 38% Nat Dair 81% ,October.
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FMC Corp _"M 1.00 55% : I Divers Growth V 9.73 Beth Stl 38 Nat Dist 28% District Judge Bryan contempt. it was without a

Frito Lay _._..__., 43 :St Oil. Ind.-------__ 2.00.65 8B.28 J JSterl Dividend Shares _;...... 3.82 BoeingBorden 56% N.Am Av 49 Simpson Wednesday ordered Tobias Simon of Miami, rep- jury under Section 1101 of the

; Gen Tele .88 32% :Texas Drug Util __ 1.20 63% J Dreyfus 20.41 75% Penney 56% William Chew of St. Augustine, resenting the plaintifs said he ,Civil Rights Act, ,which says in Nuclear Test

Ga Pacif _.._ .l.OOb 56% ,Textron 1.40 45% ]Fidelity Capit 11.27 Brunswk 8'/4 Pa RR 33% manager of Palms CongressInn felt any remedial sanction couldbe part "nor shall anything hereinbe

.. Getty Oil .- ,...'- log 23% ,Tidewater ._ 3H J'Fidelity Fund -- 18.04 Cater Tr 32% Pep Cola 56% and his corporation to pay imposed. Hamilton Upchurchof construed to deprive courtsof WASHINGTON (AP The

Grace .Co _._ l.OOb 56% ,TransWA--- _- 38 :Fidelity Trend VV is.DO, CelaneseChrysler 63% Phil Mor 79% $400.()() Charles M. Lance Jr., St. Augustine, representingthe their power, by civil con- Atomic Energy Commission
J Fund'tal Invest __ 11.17 54 defendants did not tempt proceedings, without a conducted an underground nuclear -
Hel Curtis .- .80 16 Union Pac _._. 1.60a 4H. 54% Phill Pet timber dealer, service station say.
IBM _... 500 413% Und Air L ._ l.50h 47% :Income of Boston 8.61 Coca Col 139% RCA 31% operator and nonpaid deputy After court recessed, the jury to secure compliance with test Wednesday at its Nevada -
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Int Min' C 1.80a 67% Upjohn 1.00 SO% 'Incorporated Inc 10.12 Com Ed 54% Rep Stl 46 sheriff of St. Johns County, was judge told newsmen he did any lawful writ, process order, test site. It was the 12th

Int Tele _.._...... 1.00()( 54% Jim Walter ._ 27 Keystone K-2 VVV_V 5.67 Con Edis 88% RevlonRey 33 V4 ordered to pay $200. not mean to tell the state or the rule, decree or command of the such test this year and the first
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War Lamb __ ... .;0 3Ot :Keystone S3 17.01 Cont Can 49% Tob 45% sheriff whom they may employ."I court. ." since July 16. V
Worthintn __ 1.50 45t :Keystone 5-4 V V V V 4.86 Dow Che 69 StReg P 30% "I do not mean to fix $600 as have no authority to do

V Life ,Investors ...... ,.., ...... 10.47 "
Crash Near Xerox _._ 105 ? DuPont 262% SeaboardSears 51% any going rate or representthat that Simpson said.
Zenith 1.2Oa 65% :Life Stock Fund V V 8.08 EAL 27% 120E.Kodak as the value of services of However he said he felt he AssaultV V
Mass. Inv Stock V 16.86 129% Sinclair 45% counsel," Judge Simpson said. could impose on Lance the requirement Charges

Otter jCreekICiUsYtUti OVER THE COUNTERNEW Mass. Inv Growth -..;;:" 8.99 Firestone 41 Socony 81 "It is purposely on the low side. that he purge himselfof

: YORK (AP) The following bid'I Pioneer Fund ._ .- 10.05 Fla Pw 50Vi Souhtn C 62 It might be higher next time." contempt by turning in his
and asked quotations supplied by the V Puritan Fund ..VVVV V 9.46 R 13% OnAlachuaMan
P&L the
National Association of Securities Deal Fla 79 Sperry Attorneys for plaintiffssaid star and getting rid of his siren, V. _
Putnam Growth .
_
ers. Inc., do not represent actual transactions -; 15.95 Ford 52Vi St Brand 76% they will donate the $600to red light, two-way radio and
.. .. TV & Elec _
but arc the NASD's estimate V 8.12 StO NJ 87
.. of the range within which these securities !- V VV Frmst Da 12% the legal defense funds of the uniform.
OTTER:: CREE A;16-year could have been sold (bid) or Value Line Inc 5.70 Frept Sul 36% Swift 53% National Association for the Ad- "The activities of Mr. Lance An Alachua farmer was serv, to meet Barton at

old Alabama :puth oJoser-h Andrews Alico bought (Land asked):.. ..__ 8% Wellington Fund -_ 15.38 Frueh Tr 32% Texaco 81% vancement of Colored People.bother me," the judge said. ed yesterday with aggravated I Hodge's farm and appraise' the
NYSE Gen Dyn 29% Thiokol 13% Chew and Lance ruled assault charges brought by a value of the corn crop.
,:was... iltai Tearly pester Amer Fidel Life .. 22% MOST ACTIVE STOCKS were "They are pretty close to crim- V
Gen El 83i U Carb 119% in violation of injunctions order inal activities. He is that Trenton man apparently caught V
Amer Heritage 24% riding Langford got to the farm site
day in: a oG .:2aOtCCi&nt: on -
Vol.
Comp. Close Changes Gen Fds 91% Unit Airc 50% between opposing parties in a
of 17 restaurantsand
Amer Mat Ins 21% ing operators badge. ahead of Barton, and whu waiting *
U. S. Bighifl3stth: of 141,500 Tex Gulf Sul 54% up lJA Gen Mills 42% Un Fruit 20% lawsuit.
Amer Pioneer Life __ 1 8 motels to serve Negroesand The judge added Lance to the for the attorney, *M accosted -
here. : : =j.....:. : V 71,500 Chrysler 54s/i unch Gen Mtrs 94% US Steel 58% other V Charged with aggravated assault V
_. Anheuser Busch 53% prohibiting persons I list of specific defendants in the by Hodges who was
"" -- 56,800 Colum Gas 29% Goodrich 54% Univ Mat 12% with a deadly is
up weapon
.__ __ 4% from interfering.Mrs. suit which
Florida Highwar fatrcimanW. Anodyne injunction already driving a corn-picker throughthe
55,800 Rechld Chem 15% up 1% Goodyr 43% Westg El 34% Clayton E. Hodge 57, an Ala
Citizens Bank 37 Johnnie Chew wife of I included segregation leader Hoisted field.
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A::Hallman said (that Andrews 50,400 Am Tobacco 35 up Greyhnd 24% Winn Dix 35% chua mechanic and farmer.
i>f Brundidge Ala., '0- Comsat Corp V 44Vi 47,600 Snnshn Mng 25% unch I Gulf Oil 56% Woolwth 27% William Chew, was cleared of a I Richard Manucy, 10 other According to the Alachua Hodge allegedly punched
[CoM Lt & Pow __ 27% her. I individuals and all members of
contempt complaint against Langford, forced him to answer
43,300 Studebaker 6% : Int Harv 80% County Sheriff's Office, Lang-V
in the up
of eigH persons car, was Cowles Mag & Pb __ 11: .
Both Lance and Chew must the Ancient City Hunting Club. ford the questions, and finally
following ac
killed i\hen the car, driven by Dunn-& :Bradst .............. 62% report to the court in 20 days. Judge Simpson said Chew violated -count:gave made the unhappy appraisermount I

Tom Robinson,'18*, of Brundidge", Firs West. Fin'c'l .__ 13 I 1 1e Chew was ordered to report I the injunction against him A fruit and vegetable broker the corn picker at pistol

went off thej-patoffiJ hi .."i t. Florida Gas 11 I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES AUG. 19 to the court in 29 days. when he refused a room to Arthur Amatore Digioia, is suing i point and drive it until Barton
__ ( ) New Y.rt Tilll" ,
Nat"l Bank 644
Fla Chew ordered to I Funderberk St. and several other ar
was report Augustine Hodge, alleging the farmer persons
Robinson! .arid jmjther passenger 'laTeIe 29 I High Low Close Net Chg. !each dealing with Negroes at ]Negro and by discrimination planted corn in a field where he,I rived.

DprothsfLeg:Flowers, Forrest Labs V 26 25 Rails 146.79 145.21 146.05 Off .30 I his motel in the 20 days noting ,against Negroes in cases where had contracted to plant water:V Sheriffs deputies ray Hodge
of Alabama, were treated for Founders Life 8 25 lndustrial 850.46 841.13 844.49 Off 2.49
those accepted and those had visitors in their
guests
reI I melons. claims he is going to swear out _
minor : injuries at Williston Franklin Life _ 57K 50.Stocks 498.62 ,493.20 495.27 Off lAO
jected. I rooms. I Langford was hired by DiGi- a warrant against Langford for
released.:
l and Great American 124
Hospital.. ; Grolier ___V V 414. Lance was directed to report The judge said Lance violated I oia's attorney, Phil Barton of trespassing.

Five: other 'passenge ', all Gulf Life V VV V 53% STOCK

from St. Petersburg,-escaped in- Herff Jones 144 FLASHES .
( T "" MARKS 50 YEARS IN MINISTRY
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jury. MARKETNEW _
Home Ins V 68%
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Hallman charged Robinson Jax Mmit Mkts 8

with failure to have his. vehicleunder : Kennasaw Life 12S YORK (AP-The stock -I- I

control and possessing an Life of Fla _ 7 market was lower in quiet trading -I ToHonorMclntoshPastor

expired drvrr's.l1 !nse. Lowes Company L 20 late this. afternoon. Dow Jones Stock Averages .
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All persons.in.'the car were The decline came graduallyand Previous Day | 2nd Hour j -
the price pattern was irreg ...
Negroes, Hallman said. .
: 841.76 | Indust. I off 1.41
.,.. Defense ular. MCINTOSH Several Methodist 'pastorates of the Rev. Mr. Rut ,at Emory. Dr. Blackburn has ]pastor; of the Pasadena Community _
Losses in a couple 'of blue 210.7U | il Rails | off 0.22 I ministers from throughout land's and to many of his :served as pastor of First Meth-J Church St. Petersburg, .. .

Consulting .:. chips-Du ,Pont and Union .Carbide :- 149.29 I 15 Util. | up 0.07 I the state from Miami to :friends and relatives. I odist Church Gainesville, and i will delineate two other aspects _

.. BilLSignedWASHINGTON -were Urge, factors in the -299.24i65, Stocks | off 0.34 'Tallahassee and Jacksonville, I General theme for the program :First Methodist Church Ocala. I;>> of the ministry. They are -- _
Engineers Plan decline of the industrial aver- will be present when the Mentosh will be various aspects Another Emory classmate, t he only two children of the -
AP) President i age. Each stock lost about' 4,170,000'{ Volume | 1,690,000U.S. [ Methodist Church honors of the ministry. Dr. John G. Stradley pastor of I lev.: and Mrs. Rutland. There

Monthly MeetThe Johnson has signed into J points V I its pastor, the Rev. R Eu-I Rev. and Mrs. Don Koko- :Beymer Memorial Method is t are seven grandchildren. -

law a bill appropriating $46.8 The trend was slightly lower gene Rutland Sr., next Tues ,moor and Rev. and Mrs. Gene I II Church, Winter Haven win illustrate Rev. Rutland Sr. will re-

;Florida Association of billion for American defense at :among antes steels rails, aerospace Steel fell about a point : I Zimmerman will participate in ] the role of the family c:aunt the rewards of the min- -

Consulting Engineers will hold home and abroad this year. : issues chemicals and Jones & Laughlin a fraction and day.The event, marking Rev. a skit showing the ministry I in the ministry. Dr. Stradley i try from his many years experience.

its monthly"Jn eting at 9:30 The big money bill for the I electronIcs Cigarette stocks Bethlehem eased. :Rutland's 50th year as a Methodist 'can be fun. Rev. Kokomoor 'was once pastor of Williston j: .

a.m. August 21::'at the Parliament fiscal year ending next June 30, ;continued to push higher on the IBM was off 5 points or so, I minister will be at the pastor of Wesley Memorial 'Methodist Church.Dr. The benediction will be giv- -

House Motel to Orlando, includes $207 million to pay for latest word' of increasing ship Polaroid about 2, Xerox and I church at 8 pinS Methodist Church St Petersburg J. Withers Blake, another e:n by Rev. W, Goddard Sher- -

according to Robert L.. Grain, raises for Congress approvedfor 1 ments. Control Data around a point Rev. Rutland began his minmstry was at one time pastor I Emory classmate, will offer Ic nan, pastor of Christ Metho-
Vice President of F.A.C.E.All U.S. servicemen beginningnext The Associated Press aver- each.' U.S. Smelting advanced a j in Georgia in 1914, folLowing -'of the McIntosh church.: He is the list Church, Jacksonville.
month. 'ige of 60 stocks at noon was off couple of points.V 1 graduation from the originally from GaInen 111 e. I the prayer during worship Each of the ministers on therogram
urged to at- .1 at 318 J with industrials unchanged Reynolds Tobacco and I:service. He is now pastor of
members are As usual it is the largest Liggett j Candler School of Theology at Zimmerman pastor of Kendall I) has a close personal
tend the meeting, which will bill sent by Con appropriation rails off .3 and utilities -& Myers gained nearly a point I Emory University, Atlanta. He Methodist Church Miami, ],Dade City Methodist Church. I lie: with the honored minister.

feature' a visit. from Wesley to the White House, accounting .unchanged.- each, Lorillard and American I transferred to the Florida Conference is a former pastor of Wesley The responsive reading will be W. H. Wynne, chairman of
Dibbern of Washington, D. c., gress for almost half the _The Dow Jones industrial average" -Tobacco fractions.- I In 1S33 and served as Community Church, Gaines J led by the Rev. John T. Pent he board of the McIntosh

the Public Relations Director of national budget Johnson annual I it noon was off 1.41, at United and Eastern, Airlines I pastor in Palmetto, Winter Haven I lvill e. I nington, Belleview Methodist c:burch, will preside. '

the Coun I 540.55. also pushed ahead nearly a Lakeland Fort Lauderdale Church. The Rev. McCoy
: Consulting.. Engineers signed it Wednesday White Friendship as a facet of the : Organist ,will be Mrs. Thorn- _
cil. : As the auto :Industry awaited point each, American Airlines a 4 Tampa and Ocala. He Gibbs pastor of Arlington Me- Butler
W. Butler
announced is Schoolf I
House today. ministry will be described
V some sign from the union as to fraction. Pan American was was superintendent of" the by I thodist Church Jacksonville,
The FAOE. 4s.. an ,affiliateof r The total of $46.8 :billion U :which company it would selectas esy. I Ga'nesville District from 1951 Dr. Henry W. Blackburn, ,will sing a jo'o. The Rev. Mr. (> Music, Sarasota. She Is Mrs:
the ;Rational Consulting En- $719 million less than Johnson the in possible time J Jutland Sr.?. sister. Pianist .
prime target a Prices were generally higher V to 1357. Lakeland, executive secretory I Gibbs was at one pastor
gineers: Council l ofi"lhe'> USA: had asked for the Defense Department i 1 nationwide strike. General in quiet trading on the American Invitations 'I) the commemoration of church extension for the I of the McIntosh church. rill be Mrs. J. L. Strange Jr,

C.E.C. includes member organizations in the IMS fiscal year.It I Motors and Chrysler lost frac- Stock Exchange. i service have been sent Methodist Church. Dr. Bl a c k- Rev. R. Eugene Rutland Jr, Following the program in the V

I''I In 35 states and five is $U billion less than the I tions. ,Ford American Motors Corporate bonds were alighUy j to the other churches in Mc- burn has been a close friend I pastor of St Paul's Methodist I anctuary: refreshments win be _

cities :comprising more ten departeMBt received last fecal I and Studebaker were aboutun- higher. U.S. government bonds ;lntosh, to churches in the of Rev. Rutland for many I Iyears. Church, Tallahassee, and' Rev. I served. on the lawn of the [I

1500 firm... year.t I were ane aned. Gainesville District to former .; They were diumatex Walter B. Rotltnd associate c:hurch h7 tba Wscs. _

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16 .Gainesville Sun Thursday August 20 1964 o ,

, .' SURPLUS PROPERTY IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN 12 Male Her Wcnt*4 .. \ : .
in accordance with provisions of Section AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA ; -

NBC Offers TV 'Series' 273.07. Florida' Statutes. the following surplus -ARE you in a rut? Talents not t-l;
property Is offered for sale by Sun- FILE NO. appreciated? Want more money? LM r' tIAAR ,
land Training Center at Gainesville IN RE: ESTATE OF
: Get ahead faster? Professional !
1-only 1943 Ford Truck Model 9 8T, WALTER SIDNEY LANG JR. Insurance Corp. Is expanding ..

6 cylinders. ''''' ton chassis. (no body PRESUMED TO BE DEAD. rapidly and has urgent need for _ _ ITITAXI
f1 To Johnson Goldwater and home made cab. agents and managers. Company
J-only l.40 International pick-up truck. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR is well known in this area and ACROSS
model KB2 6 cylinders.For LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATIONTO has excellent sales plans., See
additional Information and bid form. : ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN company representative in .Rm. t. Deep Anything
WASHINGTON (AP) Re- nee "would accept on a 'face-to'contact Business Manager .Sunland Training ,THE ESTATE OF WALTER SIDNEY ,205 Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 1:3010:30 chums hlghflown
Center at Gainesville P. O. Box LANG JR., PRESUMED TO er call 3764485 for appointment. .
publican presidential nominee face basis only." I 508. Gainesville Fla. Bids to be opened. BE DEAD: WANTED Wading 27. Adjourn
Goldwater' described 2:00 P. M. EST August 25. 1944. You are notified that a written petition piano player for gospel bird 31. Emote
Barry was is (3531) 1:6, 13. 20 duly sworn has been filed praying quartet.Phone
! 35.
"Separate
today as willing to face President appearances LEGAL NOTICEThe for Letters of Administration in subject! 4812381. Lampoon Dingle
hardly a debate the secretary -' estate and the undersigned County Judge 11.Auto shoe 3Caress PARADOXIMUG !
Johnson in television press that the legal IBM COMPUTER
a series University of Florida will receive being satisfied established presumption 12. Gr. goddess 3TDcmonstraf I w p
of death has been :
proposed by the National said.MeanwhiIe. i bids dities for as indicated the general below.class Interested of commo bidders You Walter Sidney Lang Jr., if alive TRAINEES NEEDEDFour agriculture tive pronoun .

Broadcasting Co.Goldwater's may obtain forms, or any other person Interested in sub- 13. Seasoned 39.Feline
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specifications and
Republican Na- I fact estate shall produce before me theundersigned young men wanted to train
,other Information by- contacting the Pur- this as IBM 1401 Computer Program- 14.Branch 40. Ceraint'*
; County Judge of Caurt,
press secretary, tional Chairman Dean Burch chasing Division Room
1M Tigert Hall, mers. No previous experience nec '
within three (3) months from the 13th wife
Paul Wagner, said the Arizona charged Senate Democrats obviously -i University da. of Florida, Gainesville, Flori- day of August, A. D. 164, (same being single.essary. Age 18-33. married or 17.15. Doctrines Consdtut42.. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
High school education Copr44.Ruenerb
the first insertion ef this notice) satis- re
senator wouldn't be interested were operating on instructions !64-Meat Tuesday and 10:0064Hospital Staples bids open every factory evdience of continuancy hi life a quired. Starting salary 160 to S95 lag a whole18.Patrol1 DOWN Greenland I -

in a format that would have the from Johnson when Supplies bids open every of the H.said H. MCDONALD Walter Sidney Lang Jr. tions.week backgrOUnd.depending and on experience.qualifica genus 1. An old"woman Eskimo j '

presidential contenders appear they rolled up a party line ma- 64-117 Monday Auto 3:00 Typer 10:30 A.M. Sept. 4. 1964 County Judge Opportunities positions paying for over advancement 112,000 to saint of 45.Hars.ngue 2.Shoshon7.Doginatlst .
e Indian
T. N. WELLS (35SJ I:13. 20, 27; t3NOTICE if 46.Turk, \ can 8. Peace god
year lawyers20.PlJtolcase
I separately. Accepted. You must relocate -
jority Tuesday night to kill leg- Director of Purchasing in Dallas, Texas for a standard S.Franklshpeasants less

Johnson was silent on the islation aimed at paving the I (35661 1:20. 27 OF SALE minimum of U months must be Jewish

NBC invitation to put him and ,NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto willing to work en a full time 22 Anc. Asian 47. Skip over 4. Unladed
and
way for debates on radio FICTITIOUS NAME a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered Job and attend special classes In ceremony
Goldwater jointly or separately the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida In Case No. )1939<. in the Circuit Courtof three evenings a week. A per. people pronouncing Religious 10. Attend
television by suspending Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Alachua County Florida, on August sonal qualifying interview is re 24. Pinch discourse 12.Platform -
on the air in a full hour "equal time" requirement for undersigned. Jack Homer, George Kos- 28. 1964, I will sell the property situ quired. For an appointment call '
sic Walton Hunter, Jr., doing business ated in Alachua County. Florida, described Mr. Voorhees at FR 2.3311 Thurs. 16Skidded |
series of "Meet the Press" television the presidential campaign."I under the firm name of Electron Microcopy as: thru Monday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. or ;;;} I Z > ... S 7 4 II 19.Prophet
Supply Co., Gainesville, Alachua Lot Five (5) ef FLORIDA TER. write Rutherford Placement ServIce -
programs. can understand why Presi- County, Florida, intends to register said RACE. a Subdivision as per Plat 2024 Main Street Dallas/ Texas iT Hastened 1.
;
NBC board chairman RobertW. fictitious name under the provisions of recorded in Plat Book "C", Page M 75201. 23.Bedstea&Ix
dent Johnson desires to avoid the aforesaid Statute. of the Public Records of Alachua LICENSED ELECTRICIANS _
Sarnoff outlined the offer in Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this 18th County Florida.at AND EXPERIENCED HELPERS - / SF support *J
debating Sen. Goldwater, having day of August A. D.. 1964 public sale to the highest and best Apply Mr. Pickard, Holiday Inn. 26. Moonflower -
identical telegrams to Goldwat the President on television WALTON B. HUNTER JR. bidder for cash at the door of the offiCe Saturday from 9 A.M.
said the seen (3564) 1:20,27; .:3, 10 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court i. 1$ 17 .
and Johnson. He
er several times Burch said. at Alachua County Court House In Gainesville MORLEY'S SANDWICH 28. Front of ft
,
NOTICE OF SALE Florida at the hour of 11:00 A.M. -
plan was designed to substitute SHOP
20 U building
19
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN? 18
21 164.
Friday August
for actual television debates. He said the Republican National You are hereby notified that the followIng DATED this 18th day of August A.D., 1029 and W.grill Univ.work.Ave.Apply Counter in man 29.;Male
to motor vehicle: 1963 Ford. 2dr 1964. per. '/ '/./
is
Committee willing son. it ZJ. + jubilant
I"z
Goldwater could not be S3A51C140344 will be sold at public sale J. B. CARMICHAEL. -" ,//
put half the cost of television at 2:30 PM o'clock on the 27th day of Clerk of the Circuit Court GRADER OPERATOR with lime- Vh 30.NexveneS.
reached for comment, but,Wagner up August 1964, at Colson Chevrolet. Tren- BY: CHERRIE HALES rock experience and other heavy / Z5 U. ZT U 29 30 work '
nomi- time if Johnson will agree to appear ton, Florida. Deputy Clerk equipment. Men needed. Lake City W
said the
Republican The proceeds of the sale will be applied (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Paving Co., Lake City Fla. .. Sl.Rigoletto '
with Goldwater. to the payment of the cost of retaking JOE C. JENKINS JR. STATION ATTENDANT 31 51 3* 5* 354J Aphrodite

storing and sale of said motor Attorney for Plaintiff shift. day ... ..
Imperial Service Station 33. -
Goldwater in speech at the vehicle and the cost of of aglestone
a publication 224 Southwest 2nd Avenue 4207 NW 13th Street. 37 38 39
I notice of sale and then to the satis- Gainesville Florida 34.Dravldiaa ,
Illinois State Fair Wednesday, faction of the balance due under"the (3565) 1:20 SERVICE station man and good language

4 declared: "I am willing to debate contract with Jerry Glen Colson, Box mechanic Experience required. iT 41 ;; 42
I.tH7NIAT1t 1181 Trenton Florida Frances Colson Excellent opportunity for right 38. One of a

and I'm willing to pay for Box 1181, Trenton Florida) covering the Announcements man. Interviews August 22nd at ; Fathantribsof
\ tmH'H ll<.1't.M'Hlt-U11 financing of said motor vehicle. Any Shell Station Newberry Road &
POSITIVELYLAST the time." surplus will be paid to you and you Federal Hwy. 75. India

will remain liable for any balance remaining i3- ha
j CARPENTER frame or trim. 4 41. River > -
NITE Later, Goldwater told report.rs unpaid under said contract. 3 LOST & FOUND Steady work. subdivision work Tier
jI Dated this 6th day of August 1964
In Palatka
Ocala Gainesville.
7:00 Show at Dusk
Open
r I See Both Complete Late As t:45 "the Republican party will CORPORATIONBY ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT FOUND In the vicinity of Greyhound Report to Bruce Massey, Fore- Per time 27 min. *f Newi/eoture B-jo 43. Young boy

SHOWN FIRST & LAST pay for it. We'll buy the time." : R. K. WHATLEY Bus Station med. sized dog. man Young America Homes Riv-
ergrove Subdivision Rt. 17, East
Owner can claim at 1813 NW 2nd
Florida
Gainesville
He estimated it would cost (3562) 8:20 Ave. on identification & paymentof Palatka. Fla.
< ; ( $ !* HIMREYNOfDS this *.-*.

about: $500,000 to air a debate on NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE LOST Dalmatlon coach dog. No col- WANTED bartender. Apply Hotel
three television networks. By virtue of an Execution Issued out of lar. Reward. Call FR 22672. Thomas in person. 28 Livestock 6 SuppliesFOR 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 34 Waterfront PropertyOVER
the Court of Record of Alachua County.

Florida in the case of Union Finance FOUND toy terrier, black and MALE Trainee for credit manager. Sale Mare, excellent with FOR SALE Newberry Trailer Park. 30 acres of lane front many
white, female about 10 old.
HARVETRESN'ELLv e..... Company of Gainesville versus Otis & yrs. age 22 to 35. High School educa children $175; 4Vi mo. quarter- one mile north on 41, $600 down bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished .
likes to ride In
I. Housebroken cars.
... Alice Mae Gasklns, dated the 3rd day tion. Gibbs Furniture Store. 102 horse colt. S12S. Phone 372-08H. $60 month. Total $7,900. Ora Ball, houses with dock and deep
COIOI 00. October 1963. I have levied upon Call 3767272.
Archer, Fla. well pump. Many extras. On
SW 1st
Ave.
,. CoIoM ._._.. the following property to wit: WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a Lake Santa Fe. Inquire LewiS
1959 4 Door H.T., Electra. 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE dairyman to show us a better
One Buick. YOUNG man 20 to 23 to fill vacancy Jewelry' Co.
2ND HIT AT 9:45 rritd ID 4F6013668 1964 License 11W-6208 in progressive company. dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills WYATTTrailer -
And that I Sheriff of Alachua County 16 pet. All Pulleted
that 'CARPET.BAGGER'S' as ROOFING & SHEET METALWORK Only hard working young man In- Dral- 35 Houses for Sale
Florida will on Thursday the 17th all types. Call Bobby terested in future need apply. Apply Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN
girl ..v. i1W", day of September. 1964 between the Wood. Aetna Finance, 15 N. Main. per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala-
SI hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. FR 6-4707. chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 441- SalesHome 3 Bedroom 1 bath, CCB hi'64walking ,
,CARROLL: BAKER I *. *" in front of the North Door of the Sher- WANTED University of Florida 2105. distance to Littlewoodand
eee iff's Office loceted in the Alachua County LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- student to work full time before of Westwood Schools Well landscaped -
"Something Wild" 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 Courthouse. Gainesville. Florida. the offer tention to nervous or elderly. school starts then part time 30 PETS & SUPPLIESAKC. Pacemaker Mobile Homes ; 610 NW 3Slh Ter 376-1374
i. ALSO IN OCALAL to Easy Way Driving SchooL FR afterwards. Room rent Shasta and Airstream
w for sille seid property and sell same to constitute THREE BEDROOM house in &e
the highest bidder for cash to satisfy '-7002. Lie bv State of Fla. part payment. For Information Reg. German Shepherd pups. Travel TrailersOcala's let neighborhood for only $IS-
----- -- -- First Mobile Homo
and pay said execution, fees and costs. KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON call FR 6-3012. Very good stock. Call FR 2-3086. Dealer Since 19431J2S 500. Drive by 4055 N.W. 12th
The property having been levied upon Ave., or phone FR 20089.
BudgetAll
Beauty on a
the CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 BLACK Male Poodle. Shots, wormed Silver Springs Blvd.
by me and will be sold as property work guaranteed Phone 629-1358 THREE bedroom. 2 bath
yrs. old needed for routeIn style cut. Housebroken. $50. CCB
RENTATVTECH of the defendant.J. Perm. $.S up Sham-set $1.50 up paper Phone FR M378. Ocgi". PI I". traverse rods $750 down pay
the N.E. and N.W. Sections.
M. CREVASSE JR. 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 $93 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive
Sheriff Alachua County. Florida Open nights by appttf Wonderful experience for your AKC Basset puppies, off 39th Ave.
33 LOTS FOR SALE
L (5563): 8:20. 27; 9:3. 10 son daily contact with the public -
SOCIAL NOTICES prepares him for a leading role 481-2638. OWNER LEAVING 3 BR., CCB.
TELEVISION LEGAL NOTICE In his future. For more information SIAMESE kittens and stud serv- LOTS for sale In beautiful Idylwild 2 baths pump for lawn. 1500 dn.

122 N.W. 16ttVAve. The University of Florida will receive THANK YOU for making the call Gainesville Sun Circula- ice registered Iliac blue and between Gainesville and the new Assume FHA mortgage. 2-7543
idS for the general class of commo- 1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe tion Dept. 372-8441. chocolate point; $25 up. Williston golf and country club. Large restricted -. _or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr.
below. Interested bid lots. Certified public water
indicated
lilies: as FULLTIME 528-6448.
salesman wanted. Retail NEW 3 Bedroom CCB, tile bath
It Gainesville
and success was.
specifications Outside limits.
ders may obtain forms system. ctlY
ther information by contacting the Purchasing Junior Woman's Club Home clothing and furnishings. Experience :3 PekingeseiFrench poodle. 1750. to $2300.Clyde carport and utility room. $',000.
Division .Room 11:&, Tigert Hall Builders Assoc. of GAinesville. necessary In retail sell- Shots and wormed. All with pa- Seckinger Realtor $250 down. S65 month. Phone FR
Gainesville Flor- Ing. Salary commensurate with _pers. Phone FR 2-5029. 377-5113. Owner & developer 23355 days.
STARTS TODAY 'Jniversity of Florida,
c.i1iii: ; era. 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care ability and experience. 5V day AMERICAN Shepherd and English Ph. FR 6-5038

1:003:406:209:00 54-Meat and Staples bids open every week Insurance benefits. Write Shepherd puppies for sale. Wean PARRISH
Tuesday 10:00 KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE resume to box 461-A to arrange ed, wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. Serenola Estates Lovely residentiallots

'II 54-Hospital Supplies bids open every Day wk.. or mo. Old NewberryRd. for personal Interview. MINIATURE Dachshund, 2 outstanding $3500.near Call new Gladys school.Smith priced, Realtor from

Monday 3.0064P69 Binding I Planned programs. Pick up MAN ever 21, vacancy in W. Ala- females, must sacrifice at 1228 W. University 372-5393
&
.....,art, Seminole Printing at Llttiewood and Terwilliger chua Co. or part Gainesville for $.SO ea. AKC. FR 6-OT63. PRESENTSCONVENIENT
((1964-1965) 10:30 am. Aug. 27 194 schools. Call FR 2-6667. Rawleigh dealer. Full time pre- 4 & j acre tracts of land for sale.
i 64-P-70 Seminole Typesetting 1964 1965, ferred. Will consider ambitious JENNY BURROW (Sicilian), 3 yrs. Terms can be arranged. J. T.

D. 11 am- Aug. 27, 1964 TINY TOT part-timer. Many now earning S3 old, $50. 5240 NW 8th Ave.. Old Howze, Rt. 4, Box 301, Gaines- easy walking distance -
64-114 Seminole Photography 1964-65 2 per hour and up. Write Rawleigh Newberry Road. Phone 272-6667. ville. Ph. 372-1090. to downtown. 2 bedroom

NTHESREENAHIEi.[ I It p.m Aug. 27 1964T. PLAY SCHOOL FA I 320 1170. Memphis. Tenn. AKC. German Shepherd pup > wks. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 frame cottage on paved street
east of Post Office building.
new
N. WELLS old, papers and shots. $100. Phone trailers.
Large awnings, 3 large
Visit YOUNG man high school education Properly priced for a cash deal.
Director of Purchasing us and see for yourself. FR -5363 after 2-00 PM.
patios, 3 septic tanks, lots of
to answer phone. wait on
1&11 (3554) 8:13. 20NOTICE 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-78M.
I' customers in busy building sup- shade good rental Income. Just GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good ,.
OF SHERIFF'S SALE COMPETENT mother will care ply' yard. No phone calls. WriteP. 32 Mobil Homes For SaleS outside city limits. For sale. FR bedroom, 2-bath home In this

; sUiNGRThE4P.! By virtue of an Execution Issued out of for children reasonable In her O. Box 450 City. t-8883. very desirable area near the

the Circuit Court of Alachua County FR home at to? SE 1st Ave. Phone THREE male trainees, 21 to 26 X 30 Ft. Westwood trailer with N.W. at $1850 up University. Excellent financing
Florida nn the case of J. I. Case Credit 6-4481. H.S. Ed.. relocate Orlando. I x 20 ft. enclosed cabana, $1395. $3500 permits this property to be handled -
Corporation versus Lonnie Caraway dat- WOULD like playmate for my lit- PERSONELL CENTER 2 BR air cond., 5 min. from $3700 with minimum down pay.
ed the 2nd day ef April 1963 I have tle girl days. Age 2 to 5. Play campus. Lot 14. Must sell by ment.

___ .u ___. __ u_ _levied upon the following property to- equipment. Phone FR 2-7471 see 102 NW 2nd Ave. Sept. 1st, Glenwood Trailer Park.
Realtor!
wit; at 2221 N. W 55th Terr. 372-U40. Mary Mollcr BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bed.
One Case Pirker S-N 8193J70 DO YOU KNOW 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 room 2-bath masonry home with
And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED For Sail 1 BR air cond. turn living room, separate dining
THIS MAN? trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent ACRE lots for sale.
I DRIVE-IN Florida wi.l: on Thursday the lOih room family room with fireplace
condition. FR 2-8S, 6-1
J day of September. 1964 between the LADIES Christmas ,is coming' up.- He Is between age 20 and 45. Hat A.M. and 6-12 P.M. Phone 372-4416 modern built-in Kitchen.,
SUBURBIA hours of 11:00 am. In front of the North need extra money for part time his eye on the future and is willing Central heat.
THEATRE Door of the Sheriff's Office located In work? We pay $1.25 an hour for to work SALE 1963 New Moon, 10x60, 3 34 Waterfront Property
the Alachua County Courthouse Gainesville twenty hours a week. Work on forWHAT HEWANTS BR, front kitchen, living room FLORIDA PARK. Immediate occupancy -
Florida, offer for sale said property end bedrooms unfurnished. FR *- can be had on this
your own. See company representative 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake Wi-
bedroom home
3 on
pleasant
SHOWTIM 7:30unhikelythatyouIIexpeencelnaIifeUmeaIlthaTi and sell the same to the highest in Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe. _0355 after 5 p.m. not. 2 brm, 1 bath on Lake large lot. Walking distance to
bidder for cash to satisfy and pay said Bldg. *:30 10:30 A.M. or call 15 Ritzcraft, 2 Br., front kit. Lak-a-wana. Call Gladys Smith, Gainesville high and J. J. Fin-
it Is execution fees and costs. The property 376-8485 for appointment. He Is looking for security In a salaried !. 10 x 4V $2500. Bank financing.o.K.y Realtor Schools.UNIVERSITY.
been levied by me and ley
opportunity
having upon position that offers -
trailer Court 4th trailer in. 1228 W.
University 372-5393
will see in. iwill be sold as the property of the de WAITRESSES- Lorry's Res- for advancement plus the added
\ you .. Resfrlcted
tourant. Ph. FR 253R7.MORLEY'S incentive of commission. He has a FOR RENT or sale 1962 New ACRES.
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
[ I IThis fendant.J.. M. CREVASSE, JR. good automobile. He can be away Moon trailer 10 x 55, will take new west side subdivision of
Broker,
4 JOWM I.LEVINE, ..."tsTJff PHi[ HS I Florida Reg. specallzlng In acre lots. Raved streets. NO
Sheriff Alachua County. SANDWICHSHOP from home four nights each week smaller trailer for equity and LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. CITY TAXES as these lots are
U [
BY: NOVALENE M. HOON, D.S. home weekends) and can accept take up payments. Phone FR AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose outside City llm.ts: Suqgest you
IS ADULT (3553) :13.. 20. 27; ':3 employment at once. High school 21313. GR S-2981. .
1029 W. Univ. Ave. Waitress, apply make your selection before prices
RNTUTA.N.tNn.rkwt'OOFtTlmrtlusl [ PMGHT\ I I" In person.WHITE education or equivalent required. advance.
1JCHNCE.OR'2nd FEDERAL SPECIAL
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IF YOU ARE QUALITY
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME housekeeper for an elderly HOMES INC. 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnished

FeatureEll Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Stat couple live in refer as one middle-aged of family. $16 lady wk.to THIS MANYou 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR $1500.Prairie. 1 For Mile appointment S. off Paynes call home for rent Close to
utes notice is hereby given that the 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. University. Will lease for one
room & board. Phone Waldo, of FR 6-3052.
will be paid starting salary
undersigned Byron M. Rtber Jr. doing month.
at $160.00
year per
4611752. bonus. You will TWO mobile homes shady
business SASS per month and on large
under the firm names of Lord NEAR SMALL VILLAGE
and successful lot, complete: with deep well.
.. Byron's. Lord Byron's Dutch Treat Restaurant COUNTER GIRL wanted. no experience be given a complete 15 Miles from Gainesville. SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom. 61r-
Each mobile home has screenedin
DAN DURVEA Lord Byron's Discount Drugs, necessary. Apply Park training program (at company expenses conditioned honre In good northeast -
I future and security patio. Must be seen to appreciate.
) Your
Lane Cafeteria, Gainesville
Gainesville Alachua County, Florida, intends Shopping location unfurnished. $160.-
will be Insured. Live in one rent the other. 30 acres 12 acres cultivated balance
to register said fictitious name Center no phone calls/ For Personal 3764470. In woodland. '/i mile State 00 per month on lease foryear..
I under the provisions of the aforesaid please.
Road frontage. Going at $6600.
Interview See
I PATRICIA OWENS Statute ELDERLY lady wanted to live In SCHULTZ Early American, 2 bedrooms SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-bed-
i Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 5th and help elderly couple. Light MR. V. C. SMITH 10x50' Hillcrest Trailer CALLAngle room unfurnished rental $125.00
,day of August A. D.. 1964. duties. Small Court Lot A5. per month. lease for year.
i salary. Call FR 67656. 3 P.M.
..... nvcnu.. AA. DPRPD.. IB.... A.M. to Real EstateC.
--- --- --- [ Thurs. Aug. 20, 1964
t (3536) 8:6 13, 20. 27IT'S
CONNOLLYMobile
L. Angle, Broker
.__ CASHIERS. Must be experienced.One FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT
full-time one part-time. Prefer SERVICE Home Sales, Inc. 2 & 3 O. J. Angle Associate MeMePARRISH
4404 N.W. 13th St. 376-6921
part time to be filled by University 413 S. W. 2nd Ave. bedroom mobile homes. Many

student. Phone Florida GAINESVILLE. FLA. floor plans. 7 year financing. LARGE rustic house on Lake Swan.
Book Store. FR 6-6066. Mrs. Mason Drive out today. 3 miles South 200 ft. waterfront white sand I
for appointment.FULL WANTED 4 MENto of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. beach, reduced price 19500.
work with large eastern electrical 37J-C571 Phone 475-5811.
,HERE THE MIGHTIEST ADVENTUREEVER time maid. $30 per week. concern In the Gainesville & ASSOCIATES INC.H. .
f to $:30. Good references re- Lowest
area. High commissions, we fur prices easiest terms largest $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! Wayne Hill Helen "Graham
qulred. Call FR 66185. nish leads. Age 23-40 neat 'in appearance display In central. Florida.We 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrtsh
BABY sitter wanted. Responsible car necessary. No experience trade for anything. Free delivery river with Vi mile Rd. frontageon 19 NE First Street TeL 372-5375
FILMED mature white woman for occasIonal needed we train you. up>> to 100 mIles.IRAILER St. Rd. 226, less than 3 mi. ,
baby sitting own transportation CHI Mr. H/!ney, Mon.. Wed, and MART W. of High Springs. About 80 FOR SALE CR TRADE for trailer
desirable.' Please write Box Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 acres ceared: farm house, shed equity in 3 BR 2 bth. built-in
463A Gainesville Sun. 9 and 10 A.M. Scott It Fetter East Palalka Phone 3211050Yalll and storage room spring. Ideal kit.. terrazzo f'oors: cen. heat.
Corp Club or Camp site. Phone 376.8779.HIGHLANDS. .
WANTED saleslady must have iew-
elry store experience <. references. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor 3 Br., 2 bath Quality -
Steady position, good salary. 13-Help Male or Female ComeSee 11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph 376-135 built. 2 story masonry. Cent.

WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. heat reasonable down payment.

WANTED experienced waitress. WANTED Retired couple with our custom-made 12-wides at RETIREMENT RENDEZVOUSFIVE Price $23,500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave.

; Restau- trailer house to be carelakers of 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approv. rooms and bath on Lake Al- Cor. Blvd. 3728245. ".
Apply Humpty Dumpty
40 acres of land. No hard labor. ed Top Brands. 8 yr. financing J
to. Furn. Irtcl elec. range GE LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI
,1 .....,eM......,uit .Ii............. rant. 310 NW 13th St. Can turn out to be permanent position available See Dad and Brad Lar. refrigerator oil heater good water 1 BR, 2 baths, central heat out
\ .._e,lor.._- ...... BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn with growing business. sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson dock and boat shed. Lg. of city limits deep well REApower
t. Write Box ....A, Gainesville Sun. Rt. 100 1 mile S.E. of Keystone .
.i..t. up to $5 per hour demonstrating _cleared lot. $10,400. 468-1758. located at 3616 N/f 24th
Heights. Open evenings and
famous Studio Girt PLACEMENT SERVICE Sunday. St.Call.
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. OFFICE. PROFESSIONAL Cedar Key Shoresfine

Phone 376-4336 after 6. TECHNICAL homesites from $2250 377-237 or 376 90. _

COLLEGE GRADUATESFor BUTTS THESE EXTRAS, 75 ff>1.
FIGURE
P'Ifl'RG.D\\11\.mIER( )! .... CRElllilf ; \ ,...... SalespersonFOR appT. call 372-6377 non-waterfront from $1510 fuel tank. ICO shrub!', br-ck e'enren-patio -
10 12:00 AM. 2-4:00 P.M. fenced yard near
a full time permanent position Monday thru Friday Marina LocationsINVEST tary and lunior ,,'CI'I SCIlSOtS'
in our sales organization. PERSONELL CENTER Mobile screened porCh. 3 BR. 1 batllo
Experience is preferred but not 102 NW 2nd Avenue : facilities needed here $500 dswn. If you ou !ity FHA.
required. Wilson's Department N. E. 20th Ave
HOWTIIEWESTWASWON Apply See at 925

Store.WANTED 14-Sales Help Wanted Homes Motel Locations BY_ OWNER 4 BR 2 bath extra

experienced Legal Secretary INVEST: accommodationsneeded HJ. shady yard. Weslmorfalld..441&
to begin work by August 21, LICENSED Real Estate salesman N.W. 13th Ave. A*...J.bJ as
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith $100 a week drawing account. I INC short notice. FR 6-7993 far apot.

experience and ability. Large volume builder developing FHA
NEW and
down
Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and DAVID ANDREWS- FOR ONLY $450
3.lrUI. Position in GalnesvHIe. -
Blue Shield. For interview 8, 19 I 12' WIDES approval you can have Immediate
contact
Reply to Box 494-A e-o Gainesville ownership ef
E. A. Clayton or James E. Sun also REAL ESTATECEDAR possession and for sale tn
Clayton. Phone 312-9591. CAMPERSWe the best value house
need 25 trade-Ins this month I KEY 3 841 or 3831 NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air
CURB WAITRESSES day and 16-Work Wanted Female conditioning. Paneled family room
1 METRSCOLBR' night shift top wages. Apply Call us for the best deals. FOR SALE .- Charming home 300 Joining living-dining area for extre -

In person Jerry's Restaurant LADY would like to do day work 376.8361 ft. on Lake Rosa. Good fishing spaciousness. Electric raige
2310 S. W. 13th St. & Central heating 4 and dishwasher. Back yard completely
Phone 376-2795. NW 13th St. ,at SIft St. On street swimming. baths. cathedral enclosed by 7 ft hege.
bedrooms 2 tiled
SECRETARY WANTED Must be parking an around our corner. / large screened Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at
living room
proficient In shorthand and typing. 18 Schools & Institutions Open A.M. to P.M. each perch. Complete electric a 11 y 2213 NE 7th Ter.
commensurate with
Salary
experience and ability. Scruggs week day. equipped kitchen utility room work'3 NOT IN SUBDIVISION. :3 Br. col-

& Cirmlchael :3 SE 1st Avenue. HIGH SCHOOL :3 Bedroom 195 46 x 10 ft. Knox car garage. maid's room Beautiful onlal hardwood floors fireplace.
Pt\. 3765142.TEAUTY et home free booklet, A m e r lean mobile home with front kitchen, shop large dog kennel.30 mm. from Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa
School P. O. Box 16661. Jackson- WW carpeting. 10 x 20 screened trees bushes. etc. Melrose G"5241 tricks KIrby Smith Schools. $U.SCO. .-
ville. Fla 32216. University. Phone .. 172 mo. Including
OPERATOR wanted. porch. Inquire Lot W-3 or FR Gainesville FR 2-4451 or F H. per
JV* days a week. Group insurance IBM machines 02+026. limited enrollment -t04t after 5:30 PJtt. or broker. taxes and Ins. FR J-273-_ _
see
sick pay. Please phone classes now forming. your J
312-151L HoweH's Business College 211 W. i

LEGAL Secretary. proficiencyki Univ. Ave. Phone 3763507.

g:1: JT: A legal typing experience& shorthand desirable.required Low- SPEEDWRITING CIVIL SERVICE-TRAINING SPELLING

..
ry Andrews 376-4691. Secretarial Courses.- Classes now MOBiE0E.HOMES
WHITE female neat honest & dependable form. Howell's Business College.
to make sandwiches. 211 W. Univ. 'Avenue. FR 4-
drinks & use cash register. Salary 3507. "
$64 wk. wIth increaseto
per MEN < women 18 to 53 to train for
S70 over 4 monthS period.
Must have experience using cash CIVIL SERVICE ) 000WE
register. Light girt ,work experience Examinations. For Information YOU GOT GOT A MOBILE HOME
Helpful but not necessary. send nan, address It Phone Mo.
Hours 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 ,.JA. Key Training Service. 112 W.
and .s:00 PM. to 11:00 PM4 Adams St. Jacksonville. LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

days a week. For appt. call 376- -
0924 between 10:30 & 11:30 Real Estate Exam
IROI1 HENRY mornings er 5 to f eveningsenty. 2 LOCATIONS OFFERING A WIDE SELECTIONFREE
BAKER LEE 1. COBB FOND CAROLYN JONES KARL IALDEN Sandwich Inn. COURSE

_ ATTEND First lesson tree.

GREGORYPZdGECffiGEPEPPARDEOBEBTPEESTONDEBBIEEEYKOLDSJAMES AVON CALLING COLLEGE.HOWELL'S BUSINESS 218 W. Untv.COLLfcuC AveF DELIVERY UP TO 100 MILES

STEWART ELI WALLACE JOHN j WAYNE RICHARD WIDIARI SPENCER TRACY Increased foil business necessitates 4-3ST7. 372-3727

3 women

i irnmedioey.pccrg: Real opoortunity CHAIN LINK FENCE FEDERAL H NMCK

FEATURES AT SORRY, NO PASSES for those who qualify. Dealership available QUALITY ,

Good opportunity for mothers National organization desires
'ADULTS
1:00 3:44 6:28 $1.25CHILDREN
local representative. Send complete
of school age children resume .In, first reply to: 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE.
AND 9:12 50c servicing Avon Cosmetic

Customers. Write Avon, STOVER 181-A DOWNTOWN FENCE INDUSTRIES PLA1A GAINESVILLE 'ST RKE

P. O. Box 448, &ineSYille, CULLMAN ALA. .

I Fla. or call FR 2.0421,




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Thursday, August 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

__ 35 Heuset for Site 15 Houses for 35 Houses for Sale

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RATESPH. BLACK ACRES NEW 2 bedroom frame 3 BR. ) beth un. he.t, built-in CLASSIFICATION INDEX
completed. nice
oven and range paved street
PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 I miles out Archer Rd. fenced yard. 1520 SE 23rd Lane.
372.8441 bedrooms. 2 baths, hardwood
floors. central. heat air-cond. OCALA block, :3 BR, 2 376- 88G.
a ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE
wits, electric range and drapes. open-beam celling : 2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown
for I Lot 110-x 120 with shade trees. Ing <. family room : I payment. $60 per mo. Located 1 la MtBoriseia '1 Wanted
3125 W. Univ. Av. FR 4-4427. place. Irg. fenced-in t at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Card ef TkanksS te BerU
built-in kitchen. 1 Tommy Ridgell 373-4125. Led Few Macklnerj TealaW
Classified OnlyDEADLINES FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew 1683. 4 Personalise. $Service BBlidtaf AlateriaJS
DON'T MISS THIS .4 Hoaieheld .
Palm Springs model. One of I I TIRED OF PAYING : == I Travel laferaatloB CeedaCS
,
the best looking homes we've ever Buy me for Si00 down TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt < Special: Ketiees Aatl.a.*
I built. Four bedrooms 2 full I I ments of MS per me. : Malory Gardens 3V4 ml. Southof 1 Flerlsta M Mlse. Far IsleS
baths. beautiful brick facade,,, BR In size about 6 Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths. Baby Sitters C JU Care <7 Trading Pests
Tues. excellent kitchen arrangement, Located at 2316 SE tth den for Dad year 'round com f Places Te Ge An* CS Artlelea WeatadThJIgs
For thru Frt. papers-3 pjn. Day before publication SI 4,tOO. No money down VA, lot 100 x 100' CaY fort. Priced right. Drive by Te BeeAUTOMOTIVE M Fa.l Olln We4a7t
ads to
In
For go Sun. paper-12 ajn. Sat. FHA only $100 down. Price Includes 2324 or 3764710. phone FR 2- *25 or FR 24334. BeaU EqJp.
eds to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat. 71 Camp.Bui. Flak
fully sodded front lawn. WOODROW SEAY
$600 down plus closing 72 OffJce
(Minimum ad 4 lines) gas lamp, swim club member, month available The Master Builder I 3. Alrplaae Salo-ReeUIe n Mnalcal Etalpme Merckaadlae.

I ship.VILLAGE 3 BR, l'i] baths CCB IS Tracks far Sale
FAMILY RATES GREENBy schools churches. shop 39 Out of Town Property It Trecka REAL ESTATE
J HUGH EDWARDS. INC end street. 1408 NE M r.'la Track RasCals FOR SALE

1 Insertion ............................................... Me tine II 2909 N. E_ 15th St. 23855. STARKE: II room. 3 bath home at Trailer BeaUUU n Mebue Homes for Sale
'Insertions' .............................................. 22c ,line i 376-7971 A STEAL on large lot. Clasa to Bank. MeUreyelea: Sceetant U Lets far Sale
nsertlons .............................................. 17e line == BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH ssi Church Schools & market. Ideal ( Aateaablle Repairs U Watarirent Pre,.rty
I 12 Insertions ............................................... 14c nnc By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home: BY for home office, apt*.. nursing tt Aatemebiles far Sale SS Hess" Per Sale
Total charge comDUted by multiplying total lines x ratl earn built in this area by home beauty shop etc. Sell or U Swap Care sa Cettafti Far Sale
ed x numbe of Insertions. E ALACHUA HOMES. INC. MUST sacrifice 3 trade for Gainesville property. i ST Real E.UIe ExckanfadKeal
Phone 37a-0630 bath, large Fla. room : H. G. Bellinger Starke EDUCATIONALII u Estate Wanted
I Five letter words per tine Model Home Opening every Sun. ing room dining I lastrmeUes S' Oat ef Tire Property
SckeeU A
from 1 P.M. S P.M. begin kitchen, convenient to : .
41 Residential Income I EasIness
Prepertiee
II Maslc DaacUf.M
I ning August 16. 3331 N.W. 2S PL center and schools. 41 KesUcoUi Ineeme
Same as 2 line Compare cost with all other 3 I to appreciate the value. Wu&,4-bltn.u.a
4
Bedroom. 2 bath home. Aiso ad- 4? Farms Acreage
8 I
Pt. ordinary type bedroom 2 bath, fully air condo ifying. Low down laming rental property. 200 ft.front.ge. 43-1 Catered Property Sales
cated In nice NW EMPLOYMENT
homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERYTIME. 300 block N.E. :3rd
12 Pt.Same as 3 lines ." NW 21st Ave. Phone Ave. Will sell together or separately. 17 Werk Wanted Male RENTALS
ordinary type 31< N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 1C Wait Wanted ?male

Same" 4 REDFRANKS FRED :,3% 4752. 14 Sales Help Wanted 4] CoI..... Preeerty Rentals
1 18 as lines 15 Belp-M.I. er Female 44
Pt REALESTATESWIMMING Cettafes Fer flail
ordinary type 42 Forms fir' AcreageACRE U Male Help Wanted 41 PunIshed Apts.

POOL screened Dramatic 4< Cnrarnlsked Apia.
porch Si Florida room big lot lots on paved road 2 miles 11 Female Help Wanted 47 Hentea far Bent 1'iri.
O A D 4- SameI ",. In e grove of tall live oaks central from city limits. Only S2200. Call 48 Beasea for Bent TJafanv
heat S. Central alreondltlon- John After rid. Realtor. FR 3144.
FARMS LIVESTOCK 49
f n V. ortlnary type __: Been fir Bent
leg all add up to make this ACRES on Klncald Rd It TErm Et.ipm BSI M Betel Beams
modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with REAL Feed. FertilisertS 51 Mlse. XeatalaIU .
12 acres NW
built-in kit. end built for low
maintenance lust about the ulti: LOW DOWN 789 2J acres Farnsworth Rd. Llvesteek Landscaping: .SappllesSt Tap Sell SS Beardera Wanted. Te Wanted Seal
mate for IDEAL FLORIDA LIV
36 3 6 Pt Same 7 lines 50 Peta Sappliea 53 Office Desk
as ING. Can be bought with reasonably 4 Bedrooms 2 baths, Mary Moeller. Realtor Spate .
51 Livestock Wanted 54 Bnitneis ResIstsFINANCIAL
ordinary type tion washer dryer .
low down payment Si assume _lOlt W. University FR t4471
existing financing with erator all like new. $
reasonable monthly payment. monthly payment WANTED: Your FARM or ACREAGE SERVICE
down. see this today. to SELL. We have PROS- M Baslaeta Orpertnttlee 55 Special ServleeaXI
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more then one MAKE AN OFFER on equity. PECTS waiting Call ALACHUA
incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement Call 376-0617. REALTY ASSOCIATES. 3762448. 87 Mess te Less Berne Imprevementa
WHY RENT? a museum (I MeritSf 14 ladle. TT Service
to I greater extent than the cost of the space occupied
by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will $1500 DOWN. Approx. $145 per mo. Immaculate 2 bedrooms, the Smith SO acres with nice home. II Mener Wanted 2S Appliance: 3.rsltiremsmen09wesnmmefmis
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of irtcl. taxes Si Ins. buys modern ceiling Living Room us per. 70 acres perm. pasture.
the advertisement. :3 BR. 2 bath Central heat S.alrconditionlng. yard. Would rent for you may Brick farm home. r_ -
built-in kit. Incl. $4533 monthly after $ Call Gladys Smith. Realtors

The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or relecting dishwasher. Walking distance s a w. University 3725391 45 Furnished Aprs. 45 Furnished Apts.
I any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to LITTLEWOOD Si WESTWOOD ROOM TO 789: patch 7Vi acres. 10 miles out.
chance the classification of any advertisement from that SCHOOLS. Live on :3 acres In
or FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE
$2000 cash
dered t" conform to the policy of the paper. room concrete block for this BEST EAST SIDE
DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. t check Inside tiled bath. Off for each S. E. SAPP, REALTOR
JaIIIIIIIIIIIlnllllllllllllllllllll"'lftIHIUlllllnmlmftlll._...... """" .m__._._ the outside then call us for appt. Road. Pay $1.000 down lling and Ph 47OCO Klgwb -rry, Fill. Large well furnished air conditioned GARDENAPARTMENTS
\ -- .IU..1lliWllllllmlRl1IIIIIIIIIIIIIU 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location
to Inspect this EXCEPTIONALone Per month and start to Laura
owner home. Many unexpected In 43 Colored couple only no pets $125 .
; Needle- PropertyNew.
35 Houses for Sol
f 35 Houses for Sale features. Alrconditioning. 161, Old per mo. Ph. 372- *57.

.6LEWILD Walk to METCALF, HOWARD 4 BEDROOMS 11, N.Y. Quality Hugh Edwards built Call us for the rental you need.FORDYCE $57 per month upGainesville's
N. W. SeCTION. 3BR. 2 bath
Painted CCB. 3 BR's BISHOP, or ST. PATRICK'S NUMBER, home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. Si ASSOCIATES I INC. Finest
Beautiful
kit. with! bar Si din. builtin 2 setting on
area. baths. Fla. Rm. built-in $1.000 ;
As little as
range SCHOOLS.
As low as $43. per month with REALTORS
Malora'
oven Si range paneled llv. rm. oven. cent. heat room alr-con- down will handle a. low monthly, Gardens. New S2.000 down will termsto '24 W. Univ. 376-1236 Furnished or unfurnished
with WW carpeting, $ISO dWn., dltionlng. Ig. shaded lot, near payment. Total price $14.500 lion, 4 bedrooms 2 designs or arrange Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
$70 mo. FR 20509. I new elem. school. 376-41M. Call 376-2927 or 374-0l7. beat hardwood floors [ [ than em 15th suit Street.buyer. Located 443 NE TRAILER for rent. 48 x ft., couples ment. :309 N E vth St. Phone 374.
carport. 23000. preferred. Phone FR -2S 960S.
BY OWNER NEAR WEST. 25 cts. Hugh Edwards. Inc. for appointment to see.
GLADYSSMITH WOOD SCHOOL. :3 BR, 2 bath Claude M. "Red" Franks Real: llog. Phone 376-7971 -.
I Ig. LR, family room built in tor. Myrtle Lassller. Associate HOW AND FIVE QUILT NEWLY decorated apartment fur. 46 Unfurnished Apts.
kitchen.' CENTRAL AIR CONDI. Wm. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate, Three bedrooms 2 baths new Quilt HOMES FOR SALE nished. Phone 472295 or 472-
TIONING & HEAT. SI000 7 NE 1st St. Phone 374-0817 living room with fir Send 2 & S bedrooms. SE 14th St. .. 2371. Newberry. ..
assume mtg. Call 3762927. and Rest 376-2927 or 3727943 Eve. .. Range, refrigerator 7th Ave. Small down payment 2 BR, liv. rm.. din. rm.. Fla. ...
372-5393 Week-ends by appt. tioner Included. B e monthly payments $57 to $65. TWO bedroom. CCB lake ?lome.' 'room. '3505 NW 17th St. $75 per-
MOVE IN TOMORROW Member Multiple Listing Also homes built on your lot Clear sand bottom lake with covered
Unusual floor plan sets this wooded site In rolling dock. Call FR -M2l tr CR mo. Call McKInney-Green ResR,;;
10 wooded acres overlooking Levy three area. Close In location with no down payment. Ph.
Lake plus the luxury of true con bedroom two bath home apart AMAZINGYes. I road. Price $24.000. Sol FR 24125 5-5217. tors. FR 23617.DININGDANCINO. ..
This architect- from others. Lifetime terrazzo
temporary living.
will be amazed when
designed home features modern floors newly redecorated. Built you you
kitchen with Mexican tile counter. In kitchen. MOO. down Includes see this neat 3 BR. 1 bath CB 43-1 COLORED RENTALS
Screened courtyard entry court. closing. siOI. per month Includes home at 527 NW 36th Drive. You
taxes and Insurance can buy for less than $12,000. SOOPM.
and with 30 NOW RENTING
porch. Living room
foot stone fireplace wall. Separate Hugh Edwards Inc. Kit. furnished. Terms to suit 3 Br.. MOVE UP TO LUXURY!
dining room. Many built-lns and 376.7971JWK your budget.YOU'LL. REALTY sur I COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex
bookshelves.' This Is a home to LIKE ITIf Multiple Listing plenty apartments large living and
121 W. Univ. Ave. Llttlewood I dining area modern kitchen with
be cherished. you want to live lust outside Jane Caldwell Pete ; fan, large storage closets' terrazxe -
City limits In a lovely 3 BR. 2 Jim Sheppard F. floors tile baths. space heat. See these eight beautiful homes designed to
GLADYS SMITH bath CB home on a large shadedlot I Bob Kaikman Charlie er and hot water heater taclll a
3728404SO then let us show you this I Jimmy Greene Walter ties for washing machines and take advantage of real Florida living located
REALTOR one on NW 39th Ave. Just see FOR paved streets. See at N.E. 26th
SALE FR 4-W71
EASY or rent
to buy owner will It. Ira priced right. home. 2 Ter. or call for appointment 372- in SUBURBAN HEIGHTS Gainesville's =
1221 W. University 3725393 cooperate fully with qualified buy. sao unfurn. To 5321 373-5377 new-
Impres er in the SHORT OF CASH? Aug. 22 S. 23
4215 NW 10th SI. purchase of this modern Fla. 855-3703. or call be seen est prestige address. =
Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home. home with a $1,000 down pay Then let us show you some of the heat- 44 Cottages for Rent
large Fla room & patio. Lot ment. Three bedrooms, two attractive 2 Si 3 BR homes you CLEAN AS A WH Well .

100x174', lots of trees. baths kitchen, central Florida heat room built-in oak can buy for a few hundred Beautifully kept must be sub-division fenced lot. RENT modern furnished cottagesen N.W. 43rd St. & N.W. 17th PI. E
down. Excellent locations.
Beautiful lots NW section you are looking
for a 2
floors. 2 Lake Santa Fe by week or
car carport 10 x 20 study, 2 -
1 bath home
utility room. Llttlewood- UNIVERSITYREALTY with 29 NE season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co.
Commercial property l. Icru e. on a large corner lot. '
Westwood area. Lefs be ate occupancy.: S1UOO. FR 6- FOR RENT one bedroom cottage Built by four of Gainesville's :
E. C. "CurKuehn! Jr. I sure to see this one. 1305 NE 6th Terrace, furnished. All electric. Located on
SO MUCH for the money. 1.300 Dick Robinson, .. Santa Fe Lake. Call 372 5458 or -
431 N. Main St. Park. LEADING BUILDERS
square feet plus .
carport and stor 372 816'
Fossey
Realtor.
at
-
FR 4-2032 Broker FR 4-4544 con
age. Low down payment. Only $8.. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. J72-4J31 or night U West 12000.
I 90000. Attractive two bedroom W. M. Munroe Realtor
Avenue. 45 Furnished Aprs.
FR 4-4112
GLADYS house with huge Florida room, Asso: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank FD'r after 5 I FRED MASON MACOMA HOMESA. I
J BR, i
kitchen bath CCB
equipment Included in Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Doug NICELY furnished convenient
price. This Is las. rm., patio. Payments $
economical livIng Jr.
mo. Balance' downtown area. $75. Adults only W. FLETCHER W. P. RIDGWAY
SMITH In a convenient NE loca $8.261. 3 $12,950 re Lillian's .
tion. Univ. 930 NW 55tn St. to be paid no pets. Inquire Music
Store.
SO GRACIOUS. so spacious vacant FORDYCE 615. S. second .
3725393Four and ready for Immediate occupancy. UNIQUE 3 bedroom 2 mort. $75 EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50

bedrooms. 2 baths within Beautiful hardwood floors pine Complete with large Ig. liv month. Phone 466-3<<8. n_ __ __ ____ __ __ __ .
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walking distance of the Medical panelled family room. lovely entertaining REALTOR Only $17.500. Located at tile bath -.
School.' Older brick home with space. three large 23rd Ave. For further kit.,

Florida garage. room. fireplace double bedrooms car connected enclosed two to garage tiled city baths already sewers.two FINLEY.AREA IS.FR 6-0630. Ask for '. 376-12 BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN : '

1900 ft. J Bdrs. 2 battts CENTRAL AIR
Outstanding location. Out sq. large
Make an OFFER. One of our best of town .la Fla. room. Fireplace, A.c .. C-H Nearly new home In Estates.
owner ready to
buys In a 3 bedroom. 2 bath borhood. '
Has fenced cen. air
home. Large Florida room. fireplace sell. washing machine and many other wall to"wall carpet. $800 down SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS ,
features.
Only $22,500 and
good
many bullt-lns. acre lot. terms. Call Fordyce 374-123. conditioning: three good See at
J. W. Kirkpatrick rooms, two baths. call 376- NO MONEY DOWN" :
GLADYS SMITH Realtor REDWOOD TRIM cared for home and .
31 N. Main Phone FR 2.i4o.c completely built In kitchen. 1.500 W3. Owner willing to
:
REALTOR ASSOCIATES: sq. ft. living area 3 Mrs. 2 some equity In this V A Villaget' Great :
IBS W. University 3725393 Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell baths. Large wooded lot In Mason sponslble party. Call
Manor. low pointment to see. Hugh
Anna Hinson Carolina Noyes Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. Only $21,100 and down

Virginia Power Levis 4 Kirkland Ben Griffin payment. Call Fordyce 376-1236. Inc. 374771.S SS. SS LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc. '

BEDROOMS. 2 baThs NW. Phone NATURAL STONE
GR 54171. fireplace Fla. room and patio. 2. New Brick Pool 376-7971
MERRILLNEW 000 sq. ft. 4 bdrs. 2 baths. Very -
MCKINNEY ..
large lot In a lovely NW neigh kyBuilder ? ,
LISTING 3 or 4 bedroom borhood. Only $26,000. Call For. Priced from tinACI12Cfl ,, ,,
:3 bath masonry home Just repainted GREEN dyce 3761236. wvplsiv Id
Inside and out. 2 air
: 3 S 4 bedrooms built-in
conditioning units double c a r. DEATONREALTORS U. of F. '
port. laundry facilities and large Golf Club manor, close to Little- en equipment cen. heat Cond. Sodded Lawns
corner lot. ONLY $1,500. DOWN wood School :3 bdrs. large living down payment. FHA "
down-no closing costs. Swim ClubS
.
HIBISCUS PARK room. Fla. room closet space .
Immaculate a wttfi
SUBURBAN S bedroom I
IV* bath split level home Appeal Quality Location aglore SOO. Call immediate,occupancy.376-1234. $13/- Capital Builder*, Air Cond. Optional
can be bought under FHA for Condition Space are the key I Fordyce N.W. ami place A at* _ _ _ _
words that best w
$700. down payment. describe this Colonials
LOTS -- _
fine property. You and your family OPEN HOUSC 1_ _
IDYLWILD Call us to see this would be pleased with this One Selected acre lots areas, $1,700 vp to S7.500. Can 172-0341 ... Modern 2909 N.E. 15th Street
beautiful three bedroom two beautiful :3 B.R. 4 bath with dinIng -
bam house with central heating and Fla. room home. Seven ACREAGE
blocks from the Univ. and clem
and air conditioning plus
many -- -------- --- -- --
school. In most : 200 acres at S235 per acre. M mile I I
extras. a desired and restricted
paved read frontage. good fence.
neighborhood Paved
-
: nice building site, best farm landIn
ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom masonry streets price Is most realistic
home with central heat. built-in You should see this fine proertv county. I
before buy Call FR !
even and range. dishwasher. disposal you
and extra kitchen cabinets. 23617. Several nice wood tracts 2 to 30
acres from $200 per acre to
Just listed for sale at less thereplacement
cost. ONLY $11. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYThis $400 per acre.

900.BLACK. :3 B.R. 2 bath home com
' pletely furnished Including kitchen : CHECK
i ACRES Priced at the equipment, can be purchased FORDYCE
FHA valuation of $17,500. This for JlJ. OO with 5 reasonable
spacious :3 bedroom 2 bath maaonry down payment Seller will carry ASSOCIATES. INC
home Is a real buy balance by 1st mtg. t percent Multiple Listing Realtor FOUR

ONLY $700 DOWN Call FR int.23617.payable S100 per MOo Greco Associates Fordyce, :Broker D CE

S1200 DOWN will buy this lovely: Harvey Benton Dudley CovMen The -
old 4 bedroom 3 bath two story YOUR OPPORTUNITYTo O. C. Gay Dick Banks ,
home In the NE Section. ONLY own a 3 B.R. 1 bath home Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Terrazzo -- .....
$14,000 CALL US NOW. In the N W. area for only S400 I 924 W. Univ. 374-123
down and monthly payments of natural THIS WEEK'S IS ONt'J
*M.00. Call FR 23617. I BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms gas all SPOTLIGHT
John Merrill 2 baths. large convenient. -
See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. city services. '
ASSOCIATESJ. w "" 135<
Realtor Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. 4BR modern home on 1 acre of '
' MULTIPLE LISTING J. W.Multiple Davis Listing H. J. Wiltshire I I land.52277.COMPARr".17.300. Terms. Phone GR THREE i : ik: GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM .

PHONE FR 21494 '
Inn
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA a 'j Holiday

PARDIW. __ .
.t ,
H. BUCKHANNAM f ;4( 1900 S.W. 13hh St.

i&CRiICI SPACIOUS B" HOME THREE

I Mev_ .._. ... 1".000.1,1& -_ General GoiiMt StMk Room effort snoo ni comfort :
. .\ Co ..... "'edY lot.I7aI I
.. ooting IB tfaoir fejmotM Early .4.snortcaaTb. fotMon.
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THESE HOME VALUES orvMHJ .... hi H ej Stoofc Room" .re from '

THREE I ,:00 ,oM. M 12:00 Midnight.Mr. .
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY BEFORE YOU BUY \

\ .- -. Hiadonmisto: My*. "Wotch for MM .pooh* ,.,

.... NW GCNFRAL GAMES LOUNGZ..*' 4r

For top quality workmanship' FHA and construction COIHfitf...., Hit vfoojk leon.. wfH ..n* .
au SAVE! .
872-6142 The following h now under | "iue serving.Watch .

GAINESVILLE construction and will be ready From $
for occupancy soonl
UPHOLSTERY =- ul00mIIl0llrelso0lm.5 ,.. For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

1SU NW IJth St. i 3310
N.W.
30th PI.
free Estimates-nek v. end The following are rady for S From $79
i! 3 II R. 2 bath. S600 dn. $87
delivery. "" occupancy. per month. DINING CAFETERIAS -

-- --- Drive west
on
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3330 N.W.28thAve. 4120 & 4121 COCKTAILS
LONG'S CAFETERIA
.
FREE ESTIMATES on 4 BR. 2.. baths. Ilt90 dn.. N.W. 19th Dr. left and GENERAL GAINES Closed for vacation It repemtlng.

FURNACES end Quality 1145 per me. 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn., $81 STEAK ROOM Open 7 days I week. STEER ROOMThe .
per month. Featuring U.S. Prime end Choice Fruity. Aug. 21th finest In dining torment
Central Air 3320 NW 30th Ave.3R.lbath.SCOdnV7.. steaks prepared te your tasteon Remember Well see you then. Cocktails Si dancing In our lounge.No .'

4119 fr 4127 our open hearth. Holiday Inn Palmer fc Sue Long cover Ne minimum ,
1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-8264. __ FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
per mOo
N.W. 19th Dr.
Conditioners 4542 NW 13th U.
-I 35R.lbeth.SOOdn.$71" BILLIARDS BOWLINGPALM *
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per month.ALL .
UNIVERSITY INN ,
by "JSSSL Norwood CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun LANES Charcoal Steak Room Smergit .

for not only young men Wn be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail Hour S te 7. 2'
Best In equipment using In. OUR HOMES ARE BUT young women too. the ITtti, for reservlcing end reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Dane-"

tenuity, engineered Insulated end ducts.Installed designed Hope OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Daily 2-9545 Bring your dates of eur illryt. Wells hag Til 2 AJM. to Bobby Grifflft". "
f SEEING ANYTIME IF Open 10 A.M. ID 12 P.M. .e you the Ittti. 2606 WMo Combo Si Richard Parker Arches.,
byALL 90S N.' Main' Street Road 376465-4. tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR -UC2. .
AMERICAN HEATING "H" Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL.
I. AIR CONDITIONING CO.
,
PH. 376-8258 We Trade Homes TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACED

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48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goods 66 Misc .For Sale. 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 85 Automobiles
for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale
,. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS I
TWO BR. 1 bath. stone and concrete AIR CONDITIONER Kelvinator, 10- REUPHOLSTERED 2 piece sectional 1964 LONE STAR Fiberglass 14 ft. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive 55 slaridard7s.
CHEVROLET 1963 Chevroiet station wiltSmanual
house. Freshly painted 000 BTU only 1 year old. lust dressers bedroom suites with baitwell IS HP Johnson 5Vj wagon
repairs and
tune-up. mission. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi-
walls. Inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady cleaned & serviced. Phone FR round mahogany dining table HP Johnson trailer and light. transmission. Air conell-
Miller & Sons, 732 NW 1st St. tion. Call 372-6638. tioned. Low mileage still has factory
THE TIME IS NOW yard. No children or pets. 2-6019. with 4 leaves reclining chairs Will finance if necessary. See at39M Phone 372-7915. guarantee. $2090. Phone FR
: 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035. ONE 40" Electric range. excellent other wicker household sofa & items.2 chairs and N.W. 21St Ter. ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet 4-8043 after 5.

condition. Phone FR 2-1533 for In- Nu Furniture Shop. 316 NW Nearly 8th MUST SELL $700 or bet offer, 85 Automobiles for Sale i:, Impala 2 dr. hardtop, excellent -
,. 49 Rooms For Rent formation. Ave. 376-4892. 16 Ft. Crosby fiberglass 50 HP I condition. Call Jones 376-5351. CADILLAC 1955 red convertible.
Evinrude, and tilt trailer. Phone' BEST Bid gets a dependable
1953
with '
WOoS
fully
40" ADMIRAL elec. like new. powered new op.
range.
BUSINESSMAN or student. large $80. Call 372-6081. after 5:30 P.M. BEAUTIFUL walnut bar. 9' long. FR 6-7419 after 5 or see at 1704 Pontiac. Radio & Heater 4excellent 61 BUICK convertible. excel! e n t
Do You Have A Room bedroom. to share 3 bedroom ELEC. stove. $15; stove. $25 6 Rattan stools. suitable for S. W. 35th PI. tires and is a 2 owner Phone cond. $100 equity and take up at Tenneco StSt. corner of
ApartmentOr gas ;
e house with single man. $50 per full top station wagon carrier. home or business. $200. Without 12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat. used 372-3227. payments. 376-6481. S. Main & th-Ave.. _
stools $150. FR 2-4496.
month.. Call FR 6-0629 after 6 $15; sm. space heater stand- less than 1 year; $100. Phone '63 Chevy Impala 4-dr.. hardtop -------m
House to Rent? P.M.LARGE tank. $15. 376-2693. 30% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES. FR. 2-7101. in warranty PB. PS elec. win- .

room for men for rent GE full-size stove good cond.. $50; For those interested In learning 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with dows and seat trade and financ. :
.. single or double. access to showers West. Hse. frost-free refrig.. almost ceramics classes are held 8 to trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235, ing $2395. 372-3357. CLEARANCE SALE.
I I and refrigerator. Phone FR new, $125; din. table for 5. night by appt.-closed Thurs 3911 N. W. 7th St. 1963 DODGE Dart air cond., ra
2-1981 or 372-1185. 416 N.E. 2nd trailer blond fin., $15. FR 2-0982 day. ELLA'S CERAMICS 2145 E. dio heater, manual shift white
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS
vacancy Ave. after 4 p.m. University Ave. FR 6-5568. 73 Musical Merchandise walls, back up lights. undercoat-

\ FOR business man or student pias FOR SALE, 5 hot water tanks. 30 WE WANT TO buy late model used ing perfectly maintained. 22.000 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
: YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit ter bedroom T.V., phone etc. prl. gal. with gas heater attached also refrigerators. Exceptionally High REPOSSESSED ORGAN Mi. of future warranty. Must sell
entrance garage space avail. 150 gal. butane gas tank. Com trade-ins now given.WILSON'S by 9164. Will take trade. $1995. CONVERTIBLES SEDANS WAGONS
Baldwin Spinet organ with tone FR 2-5170. ,
.. Call 372-6310 or 466-3281 after 6. plete with gauges, 2 crane shallow EXCHANGE
cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond
__466-3281 after 6. well pumps. Inquire Lewis 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479. 2-61 note manuals. 25 note HARDTOPS -
Jewelry Co.TAG. 1960 Opel 2 door. 47.000 ml. Clean
board with 2 tone cabinets.
NICE comfortable corner pedal
room in TRADE your costly to operate
private home. $8 week or $3T APPLIANCESTested ELECTRIC water heater and A real bargain. Gridley Music: -well kept and serviced. New
{ month. Men only. 1017 NE 8th and Guaranteed $43 for a new glasslined GAS Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.: paint. $550. Call FR 2-8078.
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Ave. FR 6-3108. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up water heater. Much more hot FR 2-5353. GOOD second car. 1954 V-8 Royal DeaL'TAKE

NICE rooms. close In. single or Ranges from $39 up water at about half the cost with WILL transfer to responsible party Dodge. Call after 5 p.m. Figure Your Own
EVERY DAY until it is rented double. off street parking. Re- 17 Washers from $19 up OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, choice of four spinet or console FR 6-2915.
: frigerator available. 531 S.E. 2nd 8 Dryers from $49 up ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. pianos. Pick up payments of Wur-
Place. 372-2582. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY litzer Spinet Piano trade back FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
2 Dishwashers from $49 up Chairs, low as $8. No save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with 1962 RENAULT DAUPHINE SI25

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 53 Office-Desk Space JIM 10 TV VOYLES Sets APPLIANCE from J35 CO.up down Free, estimates low as, $5 per month.money sound. &we motion have, a pick piano up to payments fitI and per month.assume Phone payments 3723930.of $32.20 DEDUCT 10 % . . . . 000.00.
pickup and
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. :372-5303 delivery EARL'S PIANO CO.,
decor.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day OFFICE versity.space Phone for FR 6-3012.rent near Uni 66 Misc. For Sale teed. Phone service.3767786.All work guaran- 702 any W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. CORVAIR factory Monza A-C.1962 25.500 Loaded miles.Including YOUR PRICE *QOOoa

TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS Private owner. Call 372-0019. .
$50 per mo. . $1.66 day OFFICE space for rent Including KODAK Repina reflex S with 50- Buy now for this fall. Many to
per central heating. air conditionIng ENCYCLOPEDIA Americana Latest mm f 1.9 normal lens; 135mmf choose from. Instant credit.
utilities and private parking edition with 1962-64 annuals. 4.5 telephoto lens; 60mm screwIn CLEAN Cadillac for sate. Can be
$55 per mo. . $1.83 day lot. 111 SW Third St. Walnut bookcase. Excellent con- filters and aux. lens case. All Gainesville Music Center seen at 3120 NW 9th Street. Make
per 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. me an offerll
372-5421
dition. Call FR 6-9042. in first class condition. $200. Day- 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE
54 Business Rentals time 372-1145. nights 372-4537. USED good r '60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent
upright piano
$60 per mo. . $2.00 day cond.,
per one
Now In owner many extras.
PISTOLS tape recorder (stereo) Specializing Ladies' Better condition. FR 22178.Automotive .
Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY ATPOOLEwGABLEM0T0RS
FOR LEASE for sale cheap. 3n6171.EASY Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 .
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Modern through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional
air
cond. suite
of offices. '
Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER 63 OLDS F-85 loaded! Excellent
Downtown location, near court IRONER 1 yr. old $90; DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave condition. .
See
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day house and federal building. Ph. typewriter. Royal port.. $20; console nue. City Bank.Mr. Green University
372-7943 or 6-0817. I table pulls out to seat 12
_$60; fan, $10. FR 2-2145. SEWING MACHINE '64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store 1964 Automatic twin 83 Motorcycles & Scooters $200 down take up payments.
LOSE needle
building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 WEIGHT safely with new zig zag .
In new cabinet. Makes Call FR 2-7433 or FR 2-3785 after
per mo. Call Hershall Haynes Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. button CUSHMAN motor scooter 1957 model -
,p $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day FR 6-2641 or B. F. MIzell, FR 3 PER WEEK.. Canova Drug stitch holes. overcast applique sat in good transportation. reasonable 5:00 P.M. 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343
6-7551. _Company. fancy designs mends etc. price. Phone 372-6411 after 6:30 i
$6 per month. Balance $72. MI- ADVERTISE IN THE
: $85 per. mo. . $2.83 per day FOR RENT 1,000 sq. ft. warehouseor GOLF clubs with bag. $50; May- kell's Sewing Machine Service Co P.M. ___ SERVICE DIRECTORY
store room. 2188 SW 5th St. tag wringer ---- ------ -
type washing machine 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 61075.W .
$50 per mo. Call Hershall Hay' $40; toaster. $3; and elec. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR
$90
mo. $3.00
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per day tI
per nes FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mizell _deep-fryer $5. FR 6-6895. ana used chain saws lawn
FR 67551. mowers, edgers. tampers light CONDITIONING. Tune-UP

: $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day Three rooms and off-street park. Repossessed 6 MONTH'64 OLD Model ZIG Dial-O-Matlc.ZAG &plants Stratton, cable., new Wisconsin and used, Briggs mo Special. All$2.50 makes for and performancetest. models. 5 % & 5 % SALE

ing' on S. W. 4th Avenue. Can Swing Needle sewing machine. tors. Rental, sales and service. of Chrysler built cars. Hawes-
:: $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day be leased for $75 per month. Call does buttonholes all kinds of fancy stitches Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning 1964 RAMBLERS
Alachua sews on buttons
Realty Associates 376- 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. Center. 204 N.
2<<8.LARGE. blind hems. overcasts appliques Servicing
etc. Responsible person to take 3 piece charcoal gray sectional by Main St., Phone FR 2.2561.PRESENTING .
Shop building. Long term over 5 payments $7.36. Call Mr. Kroehler good cond., $65; formica 2 DOOR COST $ 1693
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th Parker 372-7680 United Sewing dinette set extra leaf, 6 SEDAN 84
__Ave. FR 6-5568. Center. chairs $30. 372-1672. plus 5 %

56 Business Opportunities FOR SALE full size Apex Ironer PORTABLE screen house canvas
: SUN RENTAL like new. Original cost $299. Only and nylon, with outside aluminum -
WANT
ADS In executive area an-
$125. GE Elec. Oven Roaster frame. $35. Phone FR 2-9725. young 1777
ALACHUA Hardware Co. for sale. original $69.95. Good As new. other FINE custom designed &
Phone 462-1201 or 4621259. $25. '53 Studebaker engine lust BOLEX 8mm movie camera F 2.5 built home.Featuring.
overhauled. Good fishing and lens; $25. Two child's rocking : fireplace. air .
.". TRUCK STOP hunting car. $75. Call 376-5348 until chairs $4 and $5. Phone FR '2. conditioned. paneled family en ...__ .
Restaurant location with 1320 Feet 6:00 or 591-6064 after 6. 7101. room, kitchen, a dream
on US 441. South of Lake City.' with luminous ceilings &
WGSTINGHOUSE refrigerator, nice. CLEANING EST carpet cleaner
North of High Restaurant you
Springs.
46 Unfurnished Apts. building and residence. Out $45; Century 3-speed 16" oscillat- ever used so easy too. Get Blue pantry, 3 BR 2 bath fences,
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. of state wishes ing fan $10. 222 S. E. 20th St. Lustre. Rent electric shampooer patios & many other extraordinary STRIPPED MODEL!
owner to SELL. Delivered! With Without Trade! NOT A
or a
UPSTAIRS
large apartment kitcn- 3 Bedroom house. One block from Phone FR 6-1416. $1. McDaniell! Furn. Co., Gaines- Ideas.

en.space dining and room.lawn ;3 downstairs.bedrooms car ico or beach 475-4061.in Melrose. Phone 475-2165 HORN REALTY NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera ville Shopping Center. i Bldr. STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!
Lloyd D. Myrick.
per mo. Must be permanent. Not Automatic 101 with flash. Regu- 300 ft. 36-inch
1017 fencing wire; 2 36- Home of 5% Profit 5 % FinancingRIDGWAY
SW lar
suitable for small children. Cai 4th Ave., 6 rooms. 2 baths. CORP. $129.95 August Special $105. inch steel gates and 24 treated WIMBERLY ESTATESNW -
472-2136 or write Suwannee Drug screened porch garage. Also 1025 Ph. 376-1258 1021 W. Univ. Ave. wood
Co. Newbfrry Fla. SW 4th Ave., 5 rooms 2 baths. :34 N. Marlon St. Lake City Fla. bet. 5-9 posts.p.m.$35. Phone 376-4266. 36th Ter. elf NW 39th Ave.
:- _carport. 376-5140. GROCERY Store for sale. Do- UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY, Open Sundays at 2:00 or by

': 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 3 BR, I bath home. SW section. No Ing good business. Reason for INC. One beautiful new wedding gown appt. 372-5689..
students. For appt. call 372-5633. selling leaving town. 519 SW 5th I "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV for sale size 11-12. Contact FR
.iBr.. house trailer for rent. No UNFURNISHED Ave. FR 6-1482 from 7 ajn. to yr. guarantee on picture tube. 2-9935 evenings If Interested. .1 MOTOR CO.
pets or children. N. W. section. S110 2 bedroom home. 7 p.m. $39; refrigerators, $25; sofabed
.. $100 Mo. Inquire 900 N.W. 31st per mo. Call 376-7466. and chair. $29 sofabed, $19 '
; ; Gainesville's and most
newest
Ave. 3 BR. 1 bath. complete kitchen, MONEY MAKER New business. new platform rockers, $12.95. r. '-i,. I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 28433OPEN
ON Lake Geneva. 3 bedroom fam. near For schools Information and shopping center. Center.Good location near Shopping Call Williams Service Center, t luxurious apartment building. ..
room bath. complete kitchen call Manaro's Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937. ;
screened porch. space heater no Restaurant. FR 2-4690. Call Gladys Smith. Realtor LAKESHORE
ins W. University 372-5393 QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed.
students. $7] per mo. 724-8374 SUBURBAN, 2 bedrooms sleepIng '
Jackionvllle.t ... room. living room. dining Phone 481-2674. TOWERS
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t room.Rent $45.Large FR yard.65829. Near bus. 61 Wanted to Buy XACTA CAMERA like new, :
STUDENTS 10 room turn house half Call 3721693.TV
price. .
' *. for rent. newly decorated. 9 PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT. CASH for your used appliances. NOW !LEASING
single beds standing now. Lease In Westpark. 2030 NW 55th St.. furniture clothing. etc. Call Williams antennas. $3 single stack, $7 FOR INSPECTION
required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave by BR.owner Phone low down payment ;3 Service Center, Hawthorne double stack $13.00 complete kit.
Call 495-2375 Archer. 372-0258. Rd :371-3937 Jim Voyles 419.NW 8th Ave.

FIVE room house, 12 mo. basis, FOR frame RENT house.unfurnished$50 per mo.2 2016 BR 64 Household Goods CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 1:30 to 6 P.M.

furnished suitable for male Univ. NW 35th Ave. Phone 372-8873. and Used $60
student not modern but convenIently Complete line of photo supplies
located to Campus. For 3 BEDRM unfurn. NE T.V.. 24" Console excellent condition FULLER'S FOTO INC.
more Information phon. FR -3O12. :3 Bedrm. unfurn NE works perfectly. Dan Hel- 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
FURNISHED 2 bedroom house for 2 Bedrm. unfurn. NW man. FR 2-7191. OUR PARADE OF HOMES MODEL
rent. N. E. section. $110 month. 3 Bed Rm.. 2 bath turn.. split TV perfect cond.. will sacrificefor
Phone FR 6-9983. level $225.00 mo. $30. Also RCA stereo port.
like new tend, $39. 805 NE 11th
QNEf.fl house suitable for Mary Moeller Realtor SUBLEASE Ave. FR 25047.OFFERED .
one person or couple only $50 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 3236 NW 28th Avenue
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Building at
per month. Hawthorne Rd. Phone
FR 2-4762. LARGE unfurnished house. for 229 W. UNIV. AVE. BY BUILDER
rent In Waldo. $35 month. Con
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. _tact Mrs. Boles. FR 6-3689. Next Door to Florid. 3 Bedroom, JVi bath home

2 Bedroom kitchen equipped. 1 1 Theatre. Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th

HOUSE for rent unfurnished. $35 space heater garage. Adults PHONE 372-0440 Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2 Wives
per mo. No calls after 9:00 P.M. only. $65 Mo. 20 & 26 SE 9th St. Busy Working .
bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
Phone 3764827. FR 6-5724 for info.
. LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE
Court. T. D. Zetrouer, Phone :

FR 6-3848. Swimming Pool Recreation Room Look Forward to

I Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat

: SERVICESHome Central Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities

3 & 4 Bedroom Models In S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

SHADOWLAWN Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks

ESTATESF. 0 3 Elevators CAREFREEK.ITCHENS .

D. OLIVER

! And Business Individual OFFERING Styles For You PHONE 3764456FOR

Well planned living areas
Quality material & workmanship PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
(24 Hour Service)

I Bulldozing PlumbingSEWER A community you would be SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY -
proud to live In
SMAU. bulldozer loader dump Drive West on N.W. 39th 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 in '
trucks fill dirt time rock. Top INSTALLED Ave. past the Glen Spring in
f _toll. Phone 377-7&U. NEW & used fixtures complete tersection. See sign on left. Butler Bros.
plumbing service "BIG" JIM FR 2-0866. BUILDERS '
HOME REPAIRSFIX HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb. [
Ing, FR t-1589 HighlandCourt
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HOME repairing and painting. UpholsteryUPHOLSTER
, Phone FR 2-7702 5:30 to f p.m. STEVEN FOSTER I .
you. lurniture at Manor .

Landscaping reasonable Experienced.prices.FR 4-9888.Call Sally 4248 HEIGHTSLocated COLOREDRENTALS Working wives and busy-

_N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling. at N.W. 37th Place & .
6th St. New brick homes under home-makers alike appreciate
LANDSCAPE SERVICE construction. Pick your own '
Grass-Sod-Oarden MainNurserystock colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. Double Stainless the .
of all kinds.CREVASSES I easy-to-care-forT
DO YOU NEED. Florida Steel Sinks
NURSERY room. extra -
by I
Landscape Co. room, more room roof work: kitchens in Highland Court
FR 6-2514 for free estimate. or maybe a complete new home? Capitol Builders. Inc. BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW :
For a free Full Size ....
estimate 4 I
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guaranteed N.W. 37th Place *. 6th Strut EyeLevelTappan
6' J work phone Cart C CM 171-eMI W 7-77M UNDER CONSTRUCTION Manor h<>mes. They're designed -
Appliance Repair Sun Want Ads _Waters. 377-WM9. I Built-in I Oven it
Air Conditioning for and
EXPERIENCED CARPENTER and Range. Gas or convenience,
Paint and repair lobs performed by I

A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Get Results carpenter CALL who FR loves 6-4907 his trade. I Electric feature the, finest in mc'.

First In air conditioning and Appliance -
repairs. W* sell guaranteed New HomesWESTVILLA Range HooH Fan terials. Inspect one t cky!
washers refrigerators. etc. Sewing Machine Repairs I ,

PR02i7.. Mortgage Broker in and FilterSafetyedge -
CALLEwlI..G MACHINE SER
.Auto Gloss MORTGAGE MONEY VICE CO. (15 W. University -
5V* per cent Interest. Terms to Ave. 376-1075. We repair all Formica .
25 Makes Work fully ouarantfyd.

-AUTO ness. GSSThouronly Immediate Installations busi- BUY years.- BUILD REFINANCE. TELEVISIONPICTURE Cabinet Tops / 14 models
Call
free pickup fc delivery. Add
beauty & value tolour car. Dan Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. / TUBE Repair Special. SI NW 16tl.! I Custom, Chip-Proof 13.40018,200.
323 N.W._6" St.FR_ .Z558. and conventional at lowest per Inch plus $10 to Install mostubes.
current rates. Terms to 25 1 Year Built-in Cabinets
Warranty. SpecialReconditioned
will at 37th St. I / Down VA
years. gladly discuss at no TV's from $9.95. Nothing
'Auto Equipment obligation. Call tomorrow.J. .
THE VARIETY
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 7 S.E. 1st Ave.Technician's STORE. I Genuine Wall-tex -$100( Closing)
HYDRAULIC JACKSebuilf0. 31 N. Main St Ph. FR 24494 4 with 14 years experience a 2 Bedrooms S Stove bond with light and fan. .
exchanged Repair kits for FRED B. ARNOLD on all makes. Lars living dining area Double compartment sink Vinyl Wallpaper / Payments from $79.34KIRKPATRICK
Walker Jack Factory authorlz- REALTORFHA QUALITY WALTER STUBBSInc. Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
ed Walker Hydraulic Jack AND T.V. ANTENNA SALES: Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
CONVENTIONALLOANS
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Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE SERVICE Tiled tub and showers S Large lawn with grass .and S Vinyl Tie| Floors
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. All Channel Antenna Kit $14.95 ] _ _
.*. Main Fit 2-1497 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE ; S Large closets double sliding door Insulated shrubbery Attic

,. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 4JlVt N.W. 10th Ph. 372-3177 i Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop

,Appraisal Service and conventional loans. Low -- Phone 376.5394 SPECIAL; THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS
rates. Terms &
to 25 PIERSON
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W. Untv. Ave. 3725393.F. Sun Want Ads BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For .
FRED B. ARNOLD
REALTOR H. A. & Conv. Loans "We trade houses"I appointment cell 372-5321 or 327-5322

) S REAL ESTATE SERVICE APPRAISAL FORDYCE REALTORS& ASSOCIATES. INC Get Results I I fake northeast Bth ave. to northeast Itth terrace turn left 1 block. Soles Office-N.E. 23rd Bird and 11 th Terr.-Phone 372-3471.

chIC w. UNIV. AVE. PH. J72.3S22 tl* W. Univ. 374-123
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'SJ PLYMOUTH beautiful black MOTOR
& white 2-<1r. hardtop. PS auto HAWES-POWERS .
trans V-l, 44,000 actual miles. CO.J

I I \H4 FR Chevrolet.1-7US. PRIVATE.1323 Down. Takiever CLEAN UP 3 DAY SALE

-63 FORD car.payments Call Galaxle FR,2 or-automatic QSL will Attar take trans-3:30.older SMITTY SEZ: ,

mission I cylinder excellent conJ
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7963 PONTIAC Tempest LeMans DAYS5
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bucket seats 4-speed trans. 4 new reconditioned t.
cyl. with air cond. ',Will take : .
trade & assume pay or sell automobiles. I :
outright. Call 374-0854 after i
P.M.
must make

87 Automobiles Wanttr room for the I
I
CARS WANTED i'SO-S4 Fords trade-ins our THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
on
.Ica. Chevrolets.Station. 'U AI SE Herndon 4th St.Serv- new '65*, *o I'm ( 1 Model Year-End Prices I 8 AM 8 PM 8 AM 8 PM 8 AM 8 PM
WANT used Morris Minor or other
small. car under $400. Phone 37V03I. cutting prices to BRING THE FAMILY

the bone. Just look

TROPICAL at these fantastic buys. i* Are Now in Effect! FREE COKESSEE

PONTIAC !
sport, power
: 302 N.W. 8th Art ILK 0T CHEVROLET steering super automatic I OUR 5 COURTEOUS SALESMEN

-- -- FR- 2.2583 transmission, V-8, bucket seats, radio, heater, You can enjoy the superb beauty and HOYT HAYMANS ELMER MILLERP.
3900 miles. $2600 G. HOLDER CECIL SIMMONS
VOLKSWAGENMILLER Was $2995 .. . NOW flawless performance of a Quality Olds- HOWARD HURD Albert Plan, Sales Mgr.

Galaxie 4 door, hardtop,
I 04 FORD power steering, automatic mobile. The extra performance and quiet- NEW '64 CHEVROLET

transmission, radio, heater, -air conditioned, PICK UP. 1,800 miles. 1495

a Was beautiful$2895 car.. . .. . NOW $2600 ness is yours to enjoy. if you buy now
@ Chevrolet
63 Rambler 63
BROWN Impala, 4 door during Clean-up Days.
.1030 E. Univ. os.u.a I 63 CHEVROLET hardtop, automatic: 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, 2 door 6 cyl. automatic transmission
heater. radio heater.
radio
FR 2-3582 transmission, power steering, V8, radio, .'
heater, $1795 $1850 c
sharp. A i
-FOR THE CORRECT Was $2395 '. . . NOW $211 U I
t ; TIME b THESE ARE LIKE NEW
. .. FR 21411Court.SY New Yorker, 4 door
Of '63 CHRYSLER power steering, power ) a .'R I13fDCAlStr I '63 Ford '63 Rambler

University ChevroletN. brakes, radio, heater, air con- $3195 Golaxic "500" 2 door, hardtop, radio 770 4 door bucket seats, automatic
ditioned, Was $3595 . NOW c... ,
Main St.at 16th An. WAI\I\ heater automatic transmission air conditioned transmission radio heater air conditioned -
power steering power brakes power steering power brakes.
/ 4 door hardtop crown,
GAINESVILLEAUTO 63 IMPERIAL power steering, power ,. .: $2450 $2450
SALES brakes, radio, .heater, air con- $4295
. NOW
1007 N. Main St. ditioned. Was $4495 i '63 RAMBLER 770 4 door,bucket seats,
Phone FR 2-6313 "700" 4 door 4 speed, 63 CADILLAC / $4195 radio, heater, floor
Northcentrol Florida'sLargest I 63 CORvAIR radio i $ Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned. shift. . . . . . 1795
Independent Dealer heater, Was $1595 . NOW 1495 I

2 door, I '62 Ford '62 RamblerGoloxie
Super Sport 61 CADILLAC .
MEL TONMOTORS 62 CHEVROLET h'dtop, power steer- ; 2995 .transmission"500" 4, door radio hardtop heater automatic Automatic transmission. radio, heater.
transmission, V8, radio, heater -
ing, automatic Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned.
18,000 miles. $1 QOC $1395 $1150
Was $2095 . . NOW I OVD '
703 N. Main St. 60 CADILLAC SIOQCS
FR 6-7571 'A9 Sovoy, 2 door automatic '61 RAMBLER station wagon, $
OZ PLYMOUTH transmission J-r.. \MJlJ air conditioned, extra clean. I 0V3
radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean. $| AftJP
Value Rated Was $1195 ... . NOW IU7 3 '
Used Cars 59 CADILLAC 61 Rambler 61 Fiat
$1595
V-200, 4 door, auto-
I 4 door, sedan. ;;.t
CO. 61 VALIANT American 2 door radio heater.
B&G MOTOR matic transmission, Sedan. Air conditioned.
Cadillac Oldsmobile radio, heater, real sharp. $1A>IC $795 $395 jI
2COI NW 13th St. Was $1145 . . . NOW I U4D i
56 CADILLAC $395 I '61 Rambler '61 Rambler r
.
4 door station ,
r I 61 PLYMOUTH 4 door,heater, nice. American 4 door,heater.
BARKLEYMOTORS wagon, power Coupe DeVille.I Air conditioned. t
steering, power' brakes, radio, heater, dual $950 $895

"IN THE AUTO GAME- Was air conditioners.$1395 . .. . NOW $1 095 '63 OLDS r, 2795 '
60 FORD Ranchero
BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
2201 N.Main St. I 60 CHEVROLET station wagon, 4 "88" 4 Door Sedan. Air Conditioned. Pick Up. . . $695
FR 2-4373 door, automatatransmission
radio, heater, air $11 .
A!
'
conditioned. Was.$1395 NOW 117. '60 OLDS '60 Corvair 60 Rambler
$1495
2 door radio heater. 4 door,radio,heater. *
1964 Bel Air, 2 door, Sedan.
88" Hardtop
60 CHEVROLET power steering, I $795 $795 fr
radio, heater, air conditioned.
$00 C
FORD Was $1095 . . . NOW 59 OLDS $1 095 '60 Rambler '60 Rambler
automatic tf"1! ,
4 door, radio, to.t."J7ldM.t4.I
I 4 door Impala, Sedan. Air conditioned. fid.Th.o2lr11'! !
60 CHEVROLET automatic transmission $995
CLEARANCE radio, heater. $950
Was $1295 . . . NOW $1 UVD 58 OLDS $395 '60 Dodge 60 Ford

4 door, standard transmis- Sedan. Station wagon automatic transmission, Station wagon. 6 cyl., automatic trans-
SALE 60 DODGE lion, 6 cyl., heat$695 radio heater. mission, heater.
er, real sharp. Was $795 $895 $895'
63 BUICK :-;
I 2 door Century! hardtop, ."" S3295 '
SHAW 58 BUICK power steering, power Station Wagon. Air. conditioned. I '59 CHEVROLET Sedan
brakes, radio, heater, cream puff. ,
. . . $695 delivery $AOC
Was $795 NOW
& 59 BUICK MI95 etxra nice. . . U 7 J

4 door, automatictransmission
58 PLYMOUTH Electra Sedan. '
I ra- 59 Renault 59 DeSo '
KEETER dio, heater, V8. $>inr Heater. 4 door radio heater, automatic tr.ns295 -
Was $545 .. NOW 4V JTT '63 CHEVROLET 52195 $ mission air conditioned nice.

238 W. University / 4.door, automatic transmission $695
Ji OLDS radio, heater, $JOT Impala Sedan. '59 Rambler '
Phone FR 6-5371 PS. clean. Was $545 . NOW 4VJ Station automatic transmission, \ 59 Rambler I
radio, heater.wagon Radio, heater extra nice.
63 CHEVY II
I Bel Air, 4 door $1995
57 CHEVROLET
sedan, automatic .. $795 $695
transmission, radio, heater, sharp. $ > > Nova Sedan. __
Was $695 NOW 545
: '58 KARMAN GHIA! $

$ CHEVROLET $1195., 1 nice . . . 895
SALES 56 FORD 4 door, radio, heater, 495V8.
Was $495 . . NOW Station i Wagon. 6-cyl. Standard transmission. '58 Plymouth '57 Studebaker

4 door. 4 door.
61 IMPALA
IMPORTED CARS 1595 1 $495 $250.

L P Hardtop Sedan. Air Conditioned. :
763 TRIUMPH convertible, radio, I '58 Olds '57 Rambler

Was $1595 . .heater.. NOW $1495 '63 FALCON I I 2 door hardtop. Station wa,....
E E 51595 $265' $230
2 door, heater, Station Wagon. I I
63 VOLKSWAGEN
I $ '57 Chevrolet '
sharp. Was $1595 . NOW I4V5y62 I 57 Studebaker
A C 60 FORD I i Sf
VOLKSWAGEN sunroof, radio, 795 I $4645' $:225
Station i
Wagon.
R I heater. Was $1395 .. NOW 1325 '57 Plymouth '55 Metro

ILf\ 2 door hardtop, radio, 62 CROWN IMPERIAL $ 4 doo*.
METRO
OU heater, $4Or : $450 $225
A A Was $495 . . . NOW 4X5CO mm M M *J

/ FIAT 1100' 4 door, heater, '64tl tlPONTIAC RIDGWAY'S CAN SELL FOR LESS
DO clean.I $ I
N L Was $595 .. . .. ... NOW 445 $2495 BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
Carolina. WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER '
J 2 door, radio ,

C SON 756 Was $545 VOLKSWAGEN,". .'. . .. NOW heater.$495 '61 RAMBLER $1 095 lAE Gc. $


See: J. L SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH, PAUL Station Wagon.

E BARNETT FRANK GRAY. e'o ... WA1eAA1fi
ALL
CLOSED SUNDAY

USED CARSLINCOLNMERCURY HAWESPOWERSMOTOR RIDGWAYMOTOR


CRANE CO.IMPERJALVAUANTCHRYSLER.PLYMOUTHSIMCA. j MOTOR to INC.i .

: : \ I. CO.
516 South Main St. CADILLAC OLDSMOIILC

. FR 6-2425 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6.3400 2201 N.W. 13th ST. FR 6-7515 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433



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Gainesville Sun Thursday, August 20, 1954. -


I Goldwater Hangs an 'If' on BriefingsBy ._ -


' ISEEby WALTER R. WEARS tion to provide "the regular I The senator said his early "Yes," the senator said.
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. briefings made available to oth- campaign speeches will be designed It was learned Goldwater OPEN
Barry Goldwater left the door er candidates in the past." in part to straighteningout views Scranton as his logical
the SUN open today for intelligence The Arizona senator coupledhis incorrect impressions about successor as Republican stan- TONIGHT
.briefings from President John- remarks Wednesday on ad- his views on war and peace, income dard bearer should he lose in
-. son's advisers but said he is ministration briefings with a taxes, Social Security and November by a wide margin. the 'TIL 9:00
POLICE,FIRE REPORT County Sheriff's Office in the not going to be trapped into new slap at an old campaign other Issues."Impressions. Goldwater was said to feel
Accident Roundup past 24 hours were: campaign silence about thingshe target, Secretary of Defense arising from that if he loses"by a slim mar-I
William Harris Gibbs, 2274 already knows."I Robert S. McNamara.He what Scranton and Rockefeller gin, he could well get another I lady
Involved in accidents reported NW 15th Ave., and Sam Hill, will ask for intelligence accused the Pentagon said about you?" a reporter shot at the presidency himself'
by the Gainesville Police 444 NW 27th Ave., at NW 15th briefings when I feel they are chief of making public top se- asked. four years from now.REMEMBER. I' with the
Dep a r tment and Alach u a"A Ave. and 22nd St. at 11:22 a.m. needed," the Republican nomi- cret information "that I have I
yesterday. nee for president said Wednes- held respect for" in challenging
Leslie Vernon Rhoden, Key- day in an interview. Goldwater's statements on defense -
stone Heights, and Amelia M. matters.
Goldwater indicated he has .
J. Osteen, Plant City, in the no Goldwater told newsmen his.
plans now to ask for such sessions -
2300 block of E. Univ. Ave. at early campaign speeches are 70
named -
man 8:44 a.m. yesterday. going to be" aimed in large
Baron Von Breem, Thomas A. Csencsitz, Orlando Johnson offered intelligence measure at clearing up what he !
Washottern'n and a utility pole in the briefings last April to all the views as wrong impressions left II
t gallon of steam. 1700 block of SW 13th St. at Republican contenders for the by the Republican primary YOUR HAT
8:10 a.m. yesterday. presidential nomination. i
He ice his brow campaign.He ;,
put on Goldwater rejected the offer. said Govs. William W. COMPLETES YOUR COSTUME
And was fanned He said secret briefings could Scranton of Pennsylvania and
by his frau, UF to Get stifle legitimate campaign debate Nelson A. Rockefeller of New

But the humidify kept York his chief rivals for the
getting extreme." $759,680 In But he said then that if he nomination ;"have done me .h.
won the Republican nomination more harm than Johnson could.
he would expect the administra- ever do me."
HEW Grants JgkiL'i

.M Marion CountyJr. I Meat Import f

llQ WASHINGTON Two grants r- 4 ISi .
totaling $759,680 have been College Bus Quota VoteWASHINGTON t Iptr < :
assigned the University of
Florida by the U.S. Depart- Policy Changed (AP) All of /tt t
ment of Health, Education Florida's U. S. representativesvoted hY 1W
pr.. and Welfare, U. S. Rep. D. R. Marion County School Board with the majority as the
I Ib (Billy) Matthews said today. House approved 232-149 a bill ,t
will longer furnish bus
no
One grant of $462,000 is ear- setting up meat import quotas.In .
marked for construction and transportation for junior col- the Senate, George Smathers
equipment for a new bio-en- lege students other than those
I and Spessard Holland voted
vironmental engineering research -living in the area transporting
with the majority as the Senate
high school or elementary stu- :killed by tabling 44-41 a bill that !

A University spokesmansaid dents to the city of Ocala. would have suspended the equal
1/li/ in Gainesville the build- j time provision of the communications 15.99 A Bavarian jacquard patterned -
ing will be constructed and However, the county school act to permit presidential cardigan of 100 per cent
equipped partly from U. S. board will reimburse each I debates. Orion acrylic.
funds and partly from a bond commuting student the 1" Colors: White Ground, Gay
issue. It will be built near amount of money for trans- vy colored jacquard potter-
Phelps' Laboratory on Radio portation received from t h estate BookmobileRun S cb ing.
Road. for whatever ADA is 8.99
1MORAL The other grant, $297,680, is earned for his or her trans- CancelledThe Y Sizes 34-40.
L for one year's continued sup- portation. The amount earned
port for the general clinical will be paid each student at Santa Fe Regional
research center in the Collegeof the end of each semester. Bookmobile will not make its
Medicine. The grant is partof regular run the last week of
: a $2 million U. S. packageto Birth Control August and the first week of !r1
support a ten-bed research September. I
facility. Beginning Aug. 24 it will be
NOTHING Patients whose aliments are Drug for Men off the road to be overhauled I I -5, The casual look comes alive
of special interest to the col- and repainted. On Sept. 8, the II with an elegant Mohair/Cres-
-:ti:*yi.SSa:: :':';;'S:::::.ti.:::JAy.Sf:::;: : : >>"" lege are accepted at the cen- MCALESTER, Okla. (AP) .day after Labor Day, it will lan slipover.
ter. A Cornell University scientist start on its new fall schedule. Sweater Color: Maroon.
COOLSLIKE said Wednesday a new birth 14.99

Wants control drug has been success- Time w kJ Sizes 34-38.
Holley
fully tested on 15 volunteer prisoners Story ..
at the Oklahoma Peni-
Burns to Share tentiary.Dr. This FridayStory 5.00

John MacLeod said the ... With
G Same Platform Time for children from l'
male inmates were rendered in- .3 to 7 will be held at the Gain
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Republican Fertile for at least four months. .esville Public Library on Friday PRETTY STIR Great FallSWEATER .
MacLeod is associated professor from 3:15 to 4 p.m. Mrs.
candidate for
governor of anatomy at Cornell's Medical Duane T. Houtz will be the OF FEATHERS
Charles ;
Holley, his Democratic
says 5-
I
School at New York City.
storyteller.
AIR opponent refuses to ap LOOKSWhen
pear on the same platformwith THEY FLUTTER GRACEFULLY

him. 'ROUND YOUR HEAD LOOK AT HOME
CONDITIONING Even when no debate sched- WITH A TAILORED WOOL OR FALL styling counts first, LAMPL provides -

uled, Mayor Haydon Burns of CREPE AREN'T FEATHERS REMARKABLE! all that's wonted in casual-sophfe
Jacksonville has refused to at- ; -

$: 5 0 I INSTALLATION tend gatherings, Holley said I 5.00 to 22.99 ticote style.
ALLOWANCEwill Wednesday in a news confer-

be given to each Florida ence. I Floor
Power Corporation customer who The Pinellas County state rep SPECIALPURCHASE Millinery Shop2"10"WILSON'S Sportswear Shop2nd
resentative said campaign issues -
replaces a flame-type heating
system with WHOLE HOUSE were experience in state
electric cooling and heating. Of. government, "simple honesty"and
fer good July 1 through Aug. 31. political philosophy."I I
would veto any new taxesor II I NEW FALL 64
.put the AL lent on comfort!
any increase of an existingone DISCONTINUED STYLES OF
7k 7i ..kl ," he said. "Apparently my
IS OPENTONIGHT
FLORIDA' opponent would go along withan SHIPMENTJUST
-- increase in each person'stax
I CORPORATION POWER bill of about $50 a year."
1p.aY-N ty f3KMOM.f(1C_CONN. Holley said he was in favorof 'TIL 9:00 ARRIVEDOUR
proposed congressional acts
to delay the carrying out of /T.4ot. EVER POPULAR
court ordered reapportionmentof

state legislatures. 3




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TOPPING OF EMBROIDERY AND FRENCH I No.465..12.95Nylon
Smirnoff-filtered through"mountain"charcoal I YOUR FALL DRESS WARDROBE.
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14,000 Ibs. of activated charcoal. No wonder .

it's dryer in a Martini,smoother on the rocks, DESIGN. ; ; 0 r } CONTENTS.

mixes perfectly with anything that pours.
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