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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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.H. -The Supreme Court decision -The space agency reported today Goddard Space Flight Center,

Blast-Off DateHigh that states must allot all their that Syncom 3 had achieveda Greenbelt, Md. .

Crawling to legislative seats by population near-stationary orbit and saidit The near-stationary orbit was

should be strongly backed by was confident the communica- achieved high above Sumatra
Springs residents got this close-up view of a space-bound Atlas rocket as it passed along First Avenue yes- the Democratic National Con- tions package could be maneu- Thursday when a satellite motor
terday en route for Cape Kennedy. Arrow points to rear-end driver who assisted in steering the huge rocket
on vention, the mayor of St. Louis vered into position as theworld's fired to shift Syncom 3 out :
its truck trip. (Sun photo by Sam :McGarvey) first stationary satelliteone
told platform writers today. of a wide-looping path into a

The recommendation by Mayor that hovers over a single circular orbit where both the '

Excise Tax Slash in BillionsIs Goldwater Raymond R. Tucker broughtinto spot on earth. high and low points are about I f

the open at convention pre- "Syncom 3 looks very good 23,000 miles.

I liminaries and section- and is in near-synchronous (stationary -
a party The motor firing, triggered bya

1965 Goal of Administration Appeals To splitting issue in which Con- ) orbit," a statementsaid. ground radio signal, also increased -

gress is embroiled. But many "After evaluation of the the spacecraft speed so :
delegates hoped to keepit data, project officials will deter- '
party that it matched that of the rota-

Nrw fork wtmtJJ not been decided yet and will pared to reduce excise taxes Mrs. Luce out of the presidential cam- mine be what made.future" maneuverswill tion of the earth. Thus, the sat

not be before January at the even if the federal budget remains paign. ellite appears to hang almost
By EILEEN SHANAHAN Evaluation of tracking data
earliest. somewhat in deficit, as Sfrui lurk Stmra Tucker led a delegation of
WASHINGTON The cut in had been delayed several hours (See SYNCOM on Page 2))
The is NEW YORK testifying on urban
appears likely. reason Sen. Barry mayors r
Before it determine
can just
federal excise taxes that will not only intense congressional, Goldwater made a personal appeal problems. He told the platform ,
how much to cut excise taxes,
be sought by the administration -
consumer and business pres- Thursday to Mrs. Clare committee he is personally
the admistration first has to
next year, if President sure for excise tax reductionbut Booth Luce for Republican un- "greatly elated" at the highcourt's Plan Bd. ApprovesNew
Johnson is reelected, will see how large next year'sbudget
also because the adminis- ity in New York. Goldwater did ruling that both housesof
deficit is likely to be
amount to at least $1 billion
and how much additional stim- tration believes the economy not specifically ask her not to state legislatures must be apportioned I
and could
go as high as $4.5
may need another boost if unemployment run as a conservative againstSen. by population, so that
billion. ulation, through tax reduction,
the needs. is ever to be reduced Kenneth B. Keating this voters in one area do not enjoya SubdivisionsBy
The size of the economy
precise proposed to the target rate of 4 fall, Mrs. Luce said. But his disproportionate advantageover I
excise tax reduction has The administration is
pre- per cent of the workforce. The appeal for "Republicans to those in another.He .

unemployment rate finally fell back Republicans" was inter- said he would like to see NORM LACOESun parks, commercial vehicle park

below 5 per cent in July! for preted as a clear request to the platform contain "a strong Staff Writer ing in residential districts,

Fate of 3 YanksIn the first time in more than four support Keating, even though statement clearly backing the Subdivisions which will provide home occupations and junk

years. Keating is not supporting Gold- Supreme Court decision." 70 new homesites, mostlyin yards.
The administration has decided Lot splits were approvedfor
water for president.Mrs. But the House passed Wedn"esday northwest Gainesville, welt
on $1 billion worth of Luce said she ,had told in Sigsbee Scruggs, SW 9th St. ,
218-175, a bill that would approved preliminary *0t
Unknown excise reduction about off Street in
Congo tax as Goldwater that she could not strip federal courts of jurisdiction final form last night by the Depot Tumbling
the smallest proposal it could give him any assurances now in reapportionment cases. City Plan Board. V> Creek; Ridgeview,B apt 1st
submit to Congress in the face Church, NW 18t1i'. Street and
The board scheduled another
that she would reject the Con- This measure now is pending in
LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP retary of state for African affairs of the mounting congressionaldrive servative Party's nominationfor the Senate, which is also snarled meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday to 31st Place; M. E. Marty, south-

( ) -The hard-pressed Congo arrived home Thursday for excise tax reduction.The the Senate.In over another proposal to delay complete unfinished business on east corner NW 39th Avenueand
with to his talks here upper limit of around 12th Street.
reinforced troops night report on its
army, agenda.
fact, she said, she told court ordered reapportionment. -
battled with Premier Moise Tshombe. $4.5 billion was reached on Several requests for zone
and today board
supplies, Goldwater that "some voice Proposed constitutional Actions by the will
against Communist-backed rebels Reports on the battle of Bukavu more technical ground?. It should be raised in his behalfin amendments to overturn the decision come before the City Commis- ing the board.changes were presented to
cutoff
threatening Bukavu, last were sketchy. represents a logical sion Aug. 31.Preliminary.
New York" and that she have been introduced in
point, in a situation where a Approval was given a re-
in
key northeastern city govern- U.S. Air Force transport proposal to reduce or elimin- "may have to go through with both chambers of Congress.The approval was quest by Reed B. Brown to locate -
ment hands. planes ferried reinforcements the conservative campaign" Republican National Con- given Henderson Heights, a 26-
mobile home
ate one excise tax will gener- a park on
The fighting 1,000 miles east Thursday to the Congo against Keating. vention last month lot development which is locat-
army ate pressures to reduce or repeal adopted a 23.6 acres southwest of NE
the
of this capital went on as ed north from NW 16th Ave-
garrison of 800 men, who were other excise taxes that platform plank calling for a con- (See PLAN BD. on Page 2))
fate of three Americans reported last reported losing ground in similar. stitutional amendment to allow nue and east of 23rd Street, not
regarded
are as
in Bukavu remained TropicalStorlu far from the water tower. It
missing
the besieged city. Radio messages Thus the Treasury has ten states with two-house legisla-
unknown.In said the rebels had is just west of Forest Ridge. Debbie 4
tatively decided that there are tures to apportion one house on
Washington, the U.S. role CleoIs Approval is conditioned on a ,
back Col. Leonard Mulamba's
pushed certain excise taxes that it will a basis other than population.
in the Congo was apparently change in plans so that NW 17th
into Bukavu'sEuropean
troops ask Congress to leave alone Tucker and his fellow mayors
review. G. Street will not dead-end.
due for high-level sector.A those on alcohol and tobacco Growing offered a "community development MissingTwo
Williams, assistant seeAuto Twenty-six sites are in a new
Mennen
message to the U.N. said and those that are used direct plank" calling for crea- Charles
Whitney development,
the missing Americans may ly to finance the federal high- MIAMI (AP-Tropical storm tion of a federal department of next to Whitney Park. The area

Union have been captured. But there way program, plus a few other Cleo was expected to increasein community development and is west of NW 21st Street from Days .

was no official word. special excises. The taxes that size and intensity today as strong federal support of hous- NW 32nd Place to 36th Avenue.It .

They are Vice Consul LewisR. are left, after the eliminationof she fed her 50 mile an hour ing, transportation, water resource is just west of Ridge View. CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) -

ThreatensStrike Macfarlane, 25, Seattle, those on the "don't touch" winds on open Atlantic seas. and anti-pollution pro- The plat won preliminary approval "We're running down the leads

Wash., and two Army officers list yield an annual revenue of At dawn, the season's third grams. of the board. any leads we get but right

attached to the U.S. military around $4.7 billion. tropical storm was 1,160 miles Mayor James H. J. Tate of Green Oaks' final plat for 15 now none of them has workedout

SoonDETROIT mission in the Congo, Col. William Within the list of $4.7 billion east southeast of San Juan, Philadelphia, in addition to homesites was approved. The ," the weary deskman at

A. Dodds, 50, and Lt. CoL worth of excises that are regarded Puerto Rico, or about 2,100 backing the proposed community subdivision wraps around a suburban Fairfax Police Station

(AP) Notice has Donald V. Rattan, 40, Alexan- as candidates for reduction miles east-southeast of Miami. development plank, urged the dead-end street, NW 17th Ter- said early today as the search

been served on the nation's auto dria, Va.Mennen's. or repeal, the Treasuryis Gale force winds extended platform committee to come race, with access from 39th continued for little Debbie Dap-
trying to work out a priority outward 100 miles in the north- out strongly for enforcement of
industry that a strike will be trip to the Congo, Avenue.J. pen.Debbie
scheduled next week against his 10th, coincided with an in- schedule. ern semicircle and 40 miles in the new civil rights law. D. O'Steen's Greenville a four-year-old with
Almost certain to be high on the southern semicircle. She The committee, trying to her brown hair in
General Motors, Ford or Chrys- crease in U.S. aid to the shaky plat was approved in final a pixielikecut
ler if negotiations for a new labor central government. More than the priority list are all of the was moving west northwest avoid a party-rending fight overa form. It creates three lots in, has been missing ever since

contact remain stalemated. 100 U.S. troops and four cargo major excise taxes that are from a position pinpointed at civil rights plank, wrestled the middle of the block facing she went out to play after lunch

United Auto Workers Union planes arrived last week. collected by retailers thoseon 5 a.m. (EST) as latitude 14.0 with a problem of wording: NE 10th St., between 5th Place Wednesday.
cosmetics fur and
t officials decided Thursday in U.S. officials said the men jewelry, north and longitude 49.0 west. How far could a Democratic and 7th Avenue. Hundreds of volunteersscourd
leather goods. These are con- Cleo, already husky, hinted national platform in trusting The both Fairfax and
Chicago to defer until next and aircraft would be used onlyin sidered to have a high "nuisance" go plan board took up several neigh-
she might become the season's,. state and local officials to carry other matters. boring Madisonville Wednesdaynight
and missions
8 rescue support
at special
Wednesday a p.m.
rating, involving as first hurricane. storms the federal civil law?
Tropical out rights Clark Butler's request for and until Thursday after-
against the rebels. The new
meeting in Detroit the question sup they do thousands of businesses -
gain intensity water and if The of
over problem wording was approval of a shopping center noon.
of whether to authorize a strikeat port, however, roused criticism.One for a relatively low tax take.
Cleo keeps her course, she has before the platform committee 16th
i development at NW Ave. "What we're afraid of is, thatit
one of the automotive industry's U. S. senator charged the The total revenue realized from
1,000 miles of ocean on whichto which moved its operations and Millhopper Road was discussed was some sex pervert or
Big Three. United States might be moving these taxes is slightly more
feed. Thursday to Atlantic City, then tabled until next maybe some lady who's not
"If the companies persist in toward another Viet Nam. (See EXCISE on Page 2)Italy's )
where the Democratic National .
Tuesday.Also right in her mind, some lady
their present" offers, there will Parking Rules Convention opens Monday.Gov. postponed until Tuesdaywas with no children of her own. No,

be a strike, said UAW Presi- Communist Boss Carl Sanders of Georgia discussion for several proposed that's what we're hoping for,"

dent Walter P. Reuther. roused the committee to applauding amendments to the zon- said the deskman, PatrolmanJoe

I Reuther was referring to vir- Get TougherTAMPA enthusiasm Thursday ing code, covering off-street Berling, who had had four

1 tually-identical economic package For Past 38 Years DiesROME (See DEMS on Page 2)) parking problems, mobile home hours' sleep since Rosemary
: (AP) The City of
t proposals made last Monday -
Dappen, 28, first turned in an
by the auto companies.The (AP-Italian Commu- Communist for 38 Tampa has a new policy of dou- alarm late Wednesday after-
party
i offer provided for higher years. ble ticketing for overtime park- G'ville Sailor Is Lost
nist boss Palmiro Togliatti, 71, His Roman Catholic parents noon.
ing. Beginning motorist
earlier retirement and Monday a -
wages, died today in Russia, party named him ,Palmiro for Palm Berling said there was a pos-
larger pensions for more than headquarters here announced. Sunday, the day he was born- who receives one parking Overboard CarrierA sibility Debbie had been kid-
ticket and fails on
to his
half a million UAW members at move car naped but added that this
(See ITALY on Page 2) was
Togliatti-veteran revolutionist the time the
automotive plants around the by meter maid
regarded slight because
as by police
nation. They were promptly underground agent, secret "?-: ,;!:is: 1 comes by again, will receive a Gainesville sailor has been night watches, it is not unusual "there are no rich famIlies -
i branded "miserably inadequate" propagandist and hard fisted second ticket. reported missing and presumedlost for a sailor to be missing in Fairfax. If
someone
by union leaders. politician Suffered a stroke a {aa The policy is aimed at motor- overboard while serving on from his bunk at night, the Navy wanted to kidnap a child for

f.. Spokesmen for the three auto Aug. 13 while on a vacation in ists who are willing to pay the the aircraft carrier U. S. S. Ti- spokesman said. ransom, he'd go to some other

; companies had no comment on Yalta Pulmonary complications a fine in return for parking ally conderoga in the South China Bolton's shipmates reportedhe suburb, where the rich people

the union's action in postponingits set in five days later. at the same spot.WHERE Sea, the Pentagon reported to- was last seen Monday night live."

selection of a strike target He was stricken while visitinga s. day.A. and was in good spirits. He is Debbie's father, Karl L. Dap-

until next week. camp of Young Pioneers-Soviet 0 Y Department of the Navy officially listed as missing pend- pen, 32, held a news conferenceafter

When the economic proposal Boy Scouts. He was so X spokesman said Wilmer, Alton ing the outcome of an investi- almost 30 hours of anxious

I was made, Malcolm Denise, gravely ill he could not be TO Bolton Jr., 22, son of Mr. and gation. waiting, pleading for his

Ford vice president for labor relations moved from the camp and re- Mrs. W. A. Bolton of 1012 NE The Ticonderoga is one of two youngest child's return."I .

termed it the "most mained in the camp infirmaryuntil FIND IT 15th Place, failed to report to carriers that launched a recent plead to you as a father -

generous we've ever made to his death. Doctors per- muster at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.An air strike against North Vit- to anyone who has Debbie,

the UAW." formed exploratory brain sur- '.5 5 4, g Comics . . 7 immediate investigationhas namese patrol boat bases and please return her, return her

Reuther said next Wednes gery Thursday to no avail. ; Classified . 12-17 failed to turn up any trace is currently patrolling the wa- safely so the family might be

day's meeting in Detroit would The passing of Togliatti is ex- Entertainment . 8 of the sailor among the 3,000 ters between the Philippine Islands whole again," Dappen spoke

review the status of negotiations pected to open a struggle for Obituaries . . 2 enlisted men and officers serve and Viet Nam. into the television cameras.

at that time and receive reportson leadership of his party, largest ..Opinion Page 4 ing aboard the ship. Bolton joined the ship March "She is just a little four-year-old

strike votes now being taken. Communist party .,in the West- Sports . .. 9, .10: Bolton was a Personnelman3rd 8, 1963. He entered the Navy girl."
'
Then, If necessary' ; the board ern. world.: Women's :,. ;. 5 Class and worked in an office through the recruiting center in The Dappens also have a son, -
(See, AUTO on Page 2))" Togliatti' had-headed 'Italy' PALMIRO"TOGLIATTI -- -- aboard the ship. Because of Jacksonville Kenneth Lee, 8.

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InTheCapitol I I I Weather Roundup Who Says Platforms Are Easy to Build? J II IIBy




ARTHUR EDSON Why must the tax on women's count everyone's worries will all practical purposes- outlawedthe matched by their lack of memory II',

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) handbags be continued? Why appeal to all and will offend no- right of our children to experience their ignorance of history "

-S4d'T If you want to learn how difficult does the government call hand- body. 4 devotions in public and their unwillingness to think

WASHINGTON (AP) The we taxpayers are to bags a luxury when every woman schools." the problem through."
United States is ZONESA please drop in on a meeting ofa knows they're a necessity? To see how difficult this is, \I
preparing i to Now Panel 2 which
onto
with- Partly' cloudy through Saturday t let's drop in on Panel !. It's gal. Winegarner wants a constitu- wore I ,
send two Mariner spacecraft to- widely scattered daytime thun- political platform committee. What about the ries over business, labor -
,
dershowers. Little temperature change. 11 Supreme loping through foreign policy, ional amendment that would in economy
ward Mars next November or Low tonight 70 to 76. High Saturday S Court and in agriculture and natural re
December.If $4 to '2. Southerly winds I to 16 &' Problems problems, everybody prayers public. immigration national defense effect, nullify the court's deci
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miles an hour. has problems.The schools? and the Constitution, which is sources. And, of course, wo.men's
a
successful, the 570-poun( B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I- And did know the numberof sion.But handbags. \

.spacecraft would pass within 10,. Partly cloudy with showers Democrats moved in post offices you in this country is fairly large gallop. I Franklin C. Salisbury alsois This tax was put on during the

000 miles of Mars next July or a likely this afternoon and from Washington Thursday decreasing ? Charles W. Winegarner, representing here representing the Protestants -war, and several witnesses said ,
alarmingly
few weeks thereafter and again Saturday aft ernoon. this may be the only itinerant the Citizens Congressional and other Americans United it's time it was dropped. Here t

send back 150 million miles to Low tonight 70s. High Satur- platform committee in history The national convention opens Committee of Los Angeles for Separation of Church and there was no opposition,, at least

earth the first television pictures day 88 to 94. Variable winds H9re to continue hewing, planningand Monday. has the podium. He says! State, usually called simply by publicly.

from such a vast distance. mostly southeast through sanding the party planks. Sometime between now and his committee is made up of the initial POAU. Panel 3 looks after health,

The National Aeronautics and southwest 5 to 15 miles an And by breaking up into three early next week the Democrats "numerous groups concerned He says of those who would education, welfare: urban affairs r

Space Administration hopes the hour. panels they managed to hear must come up with a platform with the fact that a recent Supreme amend the Constitution on this and government opera

films and other data will deter. I J. K Partly' cloudy with wide about such questions as: that they hope will take into ac- Court decision has for point: "Their sincerity is
ly scattered showers through Saturday
mine whether the planet harbors ly scattered showers through Saturday. %t4j, tions.'I
forms of life. M to 91. Southeasterly winds 5 to 15 '::
any knots. becoming east to southeast 12
to It knots Saturday.TEMPERATURES. GAINESVILLE FATHER

WASHINGTON (AP) President ELSEWHEREHigh Low Precp. Municipal Airport readingsfor DesegregationQuiet More AboutSyncom Weather

Johnson signed into law Jacksonville 84 72 .20 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: BuoyLaunched
Miami
Thursday a bill that gives the Tampa 90 90 75 74 2.00 M High 88 at 12 p.m., low 71

Securities and Exchange Commission Atlanta IS aNew at 6 a.m. Rainfall .03 inches.
Orleans M 77 .20 in Jackson
new authority to super. New York 80 61

vise over-the-counter trading in Washington Chicago' M M M 71 1... Sunset today .ALMANAC.. ........... 7:04 p.m. I From Page o 1 at JaxJACKSONVILLE ."
stocks. Sunrise tomorrow.......... 6:01 am.
Kansas City 86 64 2.17
Denver 76 49 Moonrise today ............ 6:28 p.m. Miss. (AP Desegregation the second school motionless the
JACKSON )
public systemin over Sumatraarea
Ft. Full Moon ...... .......... Aug. 23
Los Worth Angeles n 97 62 78 The planet. Venus rises .. 2:56 am. came quietly to this Mississippi to desegregateunder in the Indian Ocean.It (AP-Navy tens of the world. \"

VF Student Seattle 72 55 rise.and will Venus be Is high now in about the east 60 at million sun capital city's public school sys federal court orders. Seventeen was hoped the maneuver researchers may soon learn if Weather and water information

EAST MARINE GULF: Variable FORECAST winds mostlysoutheast miles from CEDAR the Earth.KEY TIDES tem. Negroes enrolled last would arrest Syncom 3 directly a full size buoy will perform as will be gathered at the

ArrestedFor through southwest S to Saturday-High at 1:52 am. and Forty-three Negro children week at formerly aL'-white above the equator. However, well in the Atlantic Ocean as buoys, telemetered and transmitted
IS knots through Saturday. Widely 12:58 p.m. Low at 7:17 a.m and small scale models did in
scattered showers. 7:57 p.m.Washington. signed up Thursday to attend schools at Biloxi. this was not fully realized and Us* lo shore stations on sig

first-grade classes in eight previously Two other school systems face the satellite apparently is weave tanks.If nal.Dr.
Thefts
I 5 Day ForecastTemperatures all white elementary I desegregation this fall. Leake ing north and south across the it does, better weather fore- Feenan Jennings, head
casting is near. New ocean data oceanographer of the U.S. Office .
'schools. County and Clarksdale] will integrate equatorial line at a slight angle.
A University of Florida student will be near and lows in the 70s. Rainfall' However, over-all registrationwas first grade classes in Sep The will be available which can leadto of Naval Research in Wash

was charged with burglary normal for the next five days will average about an inch in lower than expected.At tember and Clarksdale will drop be eliminated angular movement can submarine design improvement ington, said the government has

yesterday after officers arrested with highs between 88 and 92 locally heavy showers. the all-Negro schools, only racial barriers in the second by radio commands and more "fisherman'sluck. spent about $1.2 million en the
"
him trying to sell a stolen 567 first.graders registered although grade in February.No to small gas jets aboardthe project since it was conceivedfour
satellite. These jets also will The first full size
buoy 40 .
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typewriter.
years ago.Jacksonville
officials had forecast an Negroes have actually at-
be used to move Syncom 3 from feet in diameter and
feet
Investigators Gene Watson of seven Shipyards built
fotruartesiHARRY enrollment of 1,800. tended classes with whites un.
!
the University Police D e p a rl- < Registration of white pupilswas der the integration order Ne- the position above Sumatra to a ,thick with a 40-foot hte'i steel the first buoy on a subcontract

ment and Johnny L. Yarbrough also down with 1,705 enroll groes only registered here and stationary outpost above the Pacific .:mast-was launched Thursday from General DynamicsConvairof

of the Alachua County Sheriff'sOffice Ocean intersection of the at Jacksonville shipyards. San D'e"o. Calif. The secondis
FLEMING and P. L. Guthrie of ments out of an expected 2,000. at Biloxi. Classes begin here
identifed the man as William equator and International Date It will be towed down the In- being built at San Diego for
School authorities and civil Sept. 14 while Biloxi schools
held I
Funeral services were Orlando two sisters Mrs. M. B.
Eberstein 25 ; Line. The maneuvering is expected tracoastal Waterway about testing in the Pacific.
Gadsden Von -
leaders said had 31.Mississippi.
rights they no Aug.
for Fleming Hutchinson of Va. open
this
student in the UF College of morning Harry Arlington, to take about 10 days.In Sept. 1 and anchored off Miami The Office of Naval Research
a explanation for the decrease. the last state
was : '
83, who died Tuesday at and Mrs. E. L. Reese of Salt for tests.
: that permanent position, probably will use about 12 of
Engineering.The With the four-hour registration -to lower racial barriers in its
.
his home in Hawthorne.Mr. Lake Utah.
investigators said he tried City, period Jackson the tax-supported educational facilities the satellite, wh i c h was I In 10 years scientists who them, Jennings said, then it will
Fleming native of Williams Thomas Funeral
a -
to sell $250 electric type- launched Wednesday from Cape developed it expect similar be up to other agencies to take
a Ohio moved to Alachua County Home is in charge. state's largest city became below the college level. I
writer to a local firm the Hel-- Kennedy would be available for ,buoys to cover the ice-free wa over the production phase:
30 ago. He owned the
zel Co. Suspicious employees: years EVELYN RAINEY extensive communications experiments -
Hawthorne Moss Co. He was a
notified police who discovered methodist.The Funeral services will be at 2 AssuredNo between stations in

that the typewriter was stolen Rev. W. H. Lewis cfficiat p.m. today for Mrs. Evelyn M. Ruby the United States and Asia. Holley PlanningTax

:from the University and arrest- ed. Williams Thomas Funeral' Rainey, 36, who died Wednes- I Only three such satellites,

-ed Von Eberstein when he re- Home was in charge.Mr. day at Alachua General Hos- .'equally spaced about the equator -

turned to pick up money for the Fleming is survived by pital. would provide worldwide

typewriter, the investigators re- his wife, Alice L. Fleming. Rev. W. P. McElroy, assistedby Plot ReportedNEW coverage.The Waste Battle .

..ported. Rev. Tommy Howe will of- mid-Pacific location also

; The officers said they then REV. G. H. GUY ficiate at services at the Antioch was slected because Syncom 3 JACKSONVILLE (AP) Republican every two years." I
received hereof Church. Burial YORK AP-Chief) Justice At the start of the final installment
search warrant and discovered Word has been Baptist
got a would be in to governorship candidate
position relay in the
I, Holley, campaigning
some $1,005 worth of the .death of the Rev. G. H.Guy will be in Antioch Cemetery. Earl Warren is quoted as Ruby is quoted as sayingto Charles Holley pledged today to
I television pictures of the Oct. home territory of the Democratic
stolen items in the trunk of VonEberstein's Decatur Ga., a brother of Williams Thomas Funeral having told Jack Ruby on June Warren: 10-24 Olympic Games in "rock the boat" in attacking candidate
Japanfor Mayor Hay-
auto including a Mrs. D. G. Williams Gaines- Home is in charge. 7: "There has been no witness "There is a certain organiza. J
:, distribution in North America waste of state tax money. don Burns of Jacksonville, said
series of items reported missing ille. JOHN ROBERTSJohn before this (Warren) Commission -tion in this area that has been
Ii and Europe. "A policy of don't.rock-the- that he as would seek
1 -from a McKinley Construction Mr. Guy was a retired methodist E. Roberts 85, of who has claimed to indoctrinated that I am the one governor .
boat has been successfully annual sessions of the Legislature
*:'Co. office. minister and former member Gainesville, died this morning have any personal knowledgethat that was in the plot to assassinate About
More
maintained by those who profit and "keep them in session
I of the Florida conference. following an extended illness. to President."
The McKinley complaint actually you were a party any our
from the waste of Florida's tax until they have given careful
'. arrived after Von Ebersteinwas Funeral arrangements will be conspiracy to kill our Presi "Would you tell us what this "
WILLIAM BRENKE dollars, Holley said in a lunch- consideration to how the tax-
AutoFrom
already in custody, the officers announced later by JonesJohnson dent. is? he asked. "
Graveside services were held eon club speech today. payers money should be spent.
said. Funeral Home. The New York Journal-Amen- "The John Birch Society

Von Eberstein, was charged at Evergreen Cemetery this can reported Thursday 'that Ruby said referring to the or "One good example is the
for William C h a r leBrenke
morning More About Page 1 matter of the called trust
with breaking! nd;entering with Warren made that statement to ganization dedicated to opposing so Beatles
90, 1504 :.NW12th Rd., funds managed by state I
intent to-icommit 'grand:larce Ruby in an interview at the what it calls Communist agen-
who died in Alachua "
yesterday will select a strike target. In cies.
'
:' ny. He said lie took the items DemsFrom Dallas County Jail after Ruby subversion in this country.
General
Hospital.The 1961 the target was GM. In 1955
to sell and get money to go back Rev. Thaxton Springfield insisted in a rambling appeal Ruby said several times he and 1958 it was Ford. "These agencies collect and::1 MobbedLAS

t to school, the officers re officiated. Williams Thomus that "there was no conspiracy." was convinced that he was being spend more than a third of a
"We do not want strike and
a
,
r\\ ported. Funeral Home was in charge.Mr. Page 1 The exchange came in the made a scapegoat because we shall continue to make billion dollars of taxpayers VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -

More About Brenke was a retired professor with a plea for a civil rights third and final copyrighted in- he is Jewish and that his own good faith effort at the bargain.every, money each year the without the The Beatles head for Seattle to-
stallment of a 102-page interrogation life and those of his brotherswere taxpayer or even Legislature after this
of mathematics at the plank pledging the party to sup- Ing table to avoid a strike" said day proving gambling
I what it is
knowing being
University of Nebraska. He was port "the law of the land." of Ruby, which Journal- in danger.In the union's international executive for he said. city isn't just an adult play

Italy a native of Germany. He But Sanders, who personally American columnist Dorothy the first installment in the board. spent ground.

moved to Alachua County three opposed the public accommoda- Kilgallen said she obtained newspaper, Ruby was quotedas Present UAW contracts with "The excuse that is given is Sixteen thousand sceaming

years ago. He was Presbyteri-tions section of the law, also "through sources close to the saying he killed Oswald on GM, Ford and Chrysler expire 'that the Legislature meets only teen-agers mobbed two perform.

From Page 1 an. said the spirit of the law shouldbe commission in Washington." the spur of the moment, to Aug. 31. once every two years and therefore ances by the quartet Thursday

on Palm Sunday, March 26, 1893. Surviving are two daughters, carried out "through local Ruby has been convicted of spare Mrs. John F. Kennedy In their package proposals, there isn't time. Yet those. night at the Las Vegas Convention

Togliatti went into communism -Miss Bernice Brenke and Mrs. people in their own local com- first-degree murder for shootingLee the ordeal of returning to Dal- the Big Three offered pay increases who profit from controlled expenditures Center.

Katherine Dunston both Gaines- munities and not fear I Harvey Oswald the accused -las for Oswald's trial. insist there is no
in 1921, the year the Italian through ranging from 18 to 36 Despite the din, Beatle John
party was formed. Mussolini yule two grandchildren and of federal force or federal in- assassin of President The testimony Warren took cents an hour over a threeyear reason why the Legislature Lennon said later: "The kids

outlawed the party. Jailed by seven great grandchildren. ." II IItimidation. Kennedy last Nov. 24 in the from Ruby at the jail is expected period and a boost in pension should meet more than once here weren't as unruly a? kids

the Fascists Togliatti later fled CLIFFORD MURROW Later Sanders told newsmen basement of the Dallas jail. Os to be part of the commis payments from $2.80 a month in some other cities we've beento.

to Moscow. :I Clifford E. Murrow 45, of his idea of the proper civil I wald was a self described sion's report, to be issued some- for each year of service to $3.25. ."

He spent most of 18 years in Gainesville, died this morning rights plank that is "a moderate' Marxist. ,time next month. They also proposed making 60 Hospital Security minded authoritiesmet
expression we are to -- '
following an extended illness. going years the normal retirementage the Beatles' plane and hustled
exile in that Soviet
capital. will be implement the law which is on More About the down back
There he was fully indoctrinated Funeral arrangements rather than 65. Officers quartet
the books with and
announced later by Jones- reason Other provisions included ad. roads in sheriff's cars with
in Stalin's iron-fisted versionof
Johnson Funeral Home. responsibility and that we are ding Good Friday to the presentsix lights off.
communism. But in the decades PlanBd.
not going to use it as a club.
full-day and two half-day holidays ElectedDr. A mob was waiting at the hotel
GEORGE GUTHRIE
that followed he rolled Platform committee members

with the punches surviving the Funeral services will be to- from outside the South praised I plus four weeks vacationpay however.
From 1 instead of three weeks for One fan even offered a photographer
ups and downs of Stalinism, de- morrow at 10 a.m. for George the tone of Sanders' speech as a I Page: Herbert J. Stevens,
for the
$10 electrical
I employees with 25 of!
Stalinization and Khrushchev- Allen Guthrie 61, of Alachua contribution! to .the _creation of I 39th Avenue and 2nd Str et. J. H. Ward asked the board! service. years Gainesville optometrist has cord to his camera "because it

ism. 'who died yesterday at the University an atmosphere in wnicn Demo- The board aoproved rezoningthe I to rezone his home on the I been elected chairman of the!was used to photograph the

of Florida Medical Cen- crats might be able to fashion a site from MS (local service More About Board of Trustees for the Ala-,' A fJ-:::."

I Buchholz Jr. Hi ter.Mr. mutually agreeable civil rights industrial use) to RM (mobile northeast corner of E. Univer- chua General Hospital. I

Guthrie was a retired inspector plank. home parks). It will be the sity Avenue and NE 15th Street Other officers elected at the,I

i Consolidates for" the State Road Department But there were doubts that the first property in the city zoned from R-2 to BA-1 (restricted ExciseFrom regular monthly meeting of the I Gainesville Sun

Student Fees He was born Sept. 21, formula Sanders suggested for mobile homes. The surrounding business and automotive). Ward board are Marvin Gresham I Published evenings

1902 in North Carolina and liv- could survive debate in the area is mostly indus- said the traffic in the area vice chairman and Harry C. Saturday and Sunday except mornings -
Student fees at Buchholz Junior ed in Alachua County for 17 Page 1
committee.The trial or forest lands.A has that he Edwards, secretay treasurer.The 'I by the Gainesville Pub-
grown so wants to
High School have been con- years. He was a member of the i only Negro member of proposed zoning amendment lishing Company at 101 SE

solidated this year, Principal Alachua Presbyterian Church the committee Rep. William L. governing mobile home, sell his home and move to an- than $500 million. officers will serve one-' and 2nd Place entered, Gainesville Florida,

Tommy Tomlinson announced and the Alachua Lions Club. Dawson of Illinois sought out parks is on the board's agendafor other place. The Treasury is actually year terms. I matter ot the as Post second Offk.class at

yesterday. Dr. U. S. Gordon, assistedby Sanders after his speech to action Tuesday. Two other persons on the seeking some objective formu- Board members also heard aI I I Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .

Instead of paying individual Dr. W. L. Goetto will officiate -shake his hand. John T. Beckum's request to same block indicated they are la whereby it can determine report from hospital administrator -! RATES BY
fees for workbooks towels at services at the AlachuaPresb.terian just how much of a nuisance Edward H. Clarkson on the
gym "With this kind of leadership rezone a site near NW 6th interested in rezoning for busi. CARRIER OR MAIL
and various laboratory fees, Church. Burial in the South there can be a new Street and 15th Avenue was ness use. a given tax is, and :thus arrive -status of a new psychiatric unit I Week .45

j students this year will pay will be in Newnansville Ceme day and a new deal," Dawson I approved. The property is 56 at priorities for repeal if being added to AJachua General. 3 Mot. $5.87

one $7 fee. tery. told a reporter. feet north on the west side of The board asksd the city plan- the excise f-x cut rackag Clarkson said the 22-bed unit I I All moil subscriptions mutt

The consolidated fee will be Survivors include: his wife Dawson, a native of Georgia 6th. Beckum wants to change ning department to study the must be relatively smell i in should be completed by Febru-,, be Paid in advance.

paid to home room teachers on Kathryn Humphrey Guibrie, would not, however, flatly predict -from R-2 (multiple family low street and recommend zoning size.One ary of next year and the first! Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of

the first day of school Tomlin- three brothers, B. C. Guthrie of agreement on a civil rights density residential) to BR-2 action for the entire block. possible nuisance index patients should be admitted in!

son said. Washington, J. B. Guthrie of plank (retail business). i would be a ratio derived from March. the An material property cental/of the** Gainesville herein h

Buffalo Roams the number of taxpayers involved The new addition is being Publishing Company, (C) ,,".
in collecting the tax built on the fourth floor of the J Is Reproduction strictly forbidden In whole without or In part
the
per $1 million of revenue. On old hospital building. I written permlMlon of the publisher
II Battle Has HILLSBORO Ill. AP) The .
Campaign Broad Front such an index, the tax on I .
life of a buffalo away from the 'fountain pens and mechanical

range isn't worth a nickel these pencils, for example which

I By HARRY KELLY postpone tough decisions until' Atomic Energy Commission. announced the U.S. naval air days. One wandered onto the yields only $9 million in revenue -

r WASHINGTON (AP) In apolitical after the election. Goldwater has argued that the strikes at the North Vietnamese highway from the farm of John would rate a high priority MONEYJust

I battlefront ranging The Pentagon issued a long administration is phasing out :PT boat fleet before the attack Cabetto Thursay and was for repeal.

r. from Capitol Hill to the Penta. statement challenging in detail manned bombers in favor of was under way. Two U.S. planes killed : The tax on musical instruments :
truck.
by
a
.! gon the Johnson administration data and statements of GOP missiles, which Goldwater said were shot down. Surviving pets and sporting goods I
I Ii
clashed anew with Republicans presidential nominee Barry carry much lighter nuclear Both Dirksen and Halleck said on the central Illinois farm in- would also fit into the high! tell us how much C". '
2.
i over its Southeast Asian and defense -Goldwater on future U.S. nuclear loads than bombers.The the South Viet Nam war "con clude deer and a cameL nuisance category. you need to pay old Y.. MOtItIlI 'Y.C'M.. i ",.n.II" 'I
bills for home improvements 'tuIYO ,meats leu",.
policies.The capability.On tinues to go from bad to worse" I iParmests
Pentagon denied as I car re$185.00 4Z8.OOIjZs.oo
and is beginning "to resemble $11.00 $
fresh outbreak of sharp pairs, for all
Wednesday Goldwater "wholly unjustified" that your
repeated 269.00
I HOLLEY 16.00
the incredible 'no-win' war seasonal 537.001 31.00
reinforced belief expenses.
skirmishing I
and manned bombers to be ,
elaborated
on his are 338.00 "'
Phone 20.00
for
fought in Korea more than a decade prompt, 600.001 _.39
II
the still
presidential campaign,
previous charge that if present phased out. CANDIDATE for GOVERNORCharles courteous service. .
?
not under ago. *!* ** include wurnt tot ynacjt ].
officially way, may defense
policies continue
American GOP leaders' in the Senate
I In the Senate Democratic
turn into a)long,'hot autumn. "deliverable nuclear R. HoHey will speak at Gainesville High School
capacity and House, Sen. Everett M. Leader Mansfield was getting in Auditorium
The Defense' Department and may be.cut by 90 per cent"in Dirksen and Rep. Charles A. some whacks of his own. He accused -t Tuesday August 25. at 8:15 P.M. The public is invited.

Senate Democratic Leader Mike the 1970s. Halleck, followed up the Gold- Goldwater of making I Mr. Holley on attorney in St. Petersburg a member of the Florida J-J.

Mansfield led the administration "It is false and, if the senator water blasts at the administration "gross distortions" about the House of Representatives and the Minority Leader has strong
I
counterattack Thursday.And would trouble to inform himself, with one of their own 'nation's nuclear capacity and of convictions and faith in conservative principles. His quote is I
And GOP exemplary, "I I can, and will, use the full of the Governor's
leaders
he powers
congressional would
learn
that it is
false Their statement, read at a an "offhand interpretation" of FINANCE SERVICE :.
INC. -
Office to fight for individual which I :
accused the of the our rights, hove mode this
I' government Pentagon retorted in its news conference, contended administration orders to the 7th of
Gdntjvilla!
pursuing a "no win" policy in statement, which it said was is- "there has been no satisfactory Fleet during the Gulf of Tonkin country great. Pd. .
Pol.
I I' South Viet Nam in an effort to sued after consultation with the explanation" why the President crisis. Adv. I 204 S. E. First StreetGoinenii.e .. .... ..nt6"466.L-- .. :.: '7.


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Friday, August 21, 1954 Gainesville Sun 3


Mormons Emphasize Education I Service NewsAirman



Millage W. War d, 1962, and later moved to Den- ,
Tills Is the last of two articles
whose mother Mrs. Bertha
B.
h ver. Capt. Manaro's wife, the
on "What is a Mormon," Hunter, resides at 619 NW 16th former Jean Schroeder of Hunt I''

in ,the Son's continuing serieson Ave., has completed the first ington, N.Y., and their two children
the nation's major faiths, WHAT OUR phase of his Air Force basic are residing with the 28-
'Wh3t'Our Religions Are." military training at Lackland: year-old officer in Denver since

.. AFB, Tex. his assignment there in February -
By RICHARD L. EVANS Airman Ward has been selected .
v f.. for technical training as
NOTE TO THE READER: ; w3P; y : 4r a transportation specialist at
Marine
PFC Vernon T. Car
This article presents the doc- 13RELIGIONS ARE the Air Training Command ter, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
trines and practices of the : } (ATC) school at Sheppard AFB, Vernon T. Carter Sr., of 900
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
,
'- Tex.The NE 22nd St., is a member of
ter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, airman is a 1962 graduate -Mar i n e Battalion Land i n g
Utah, the largest Mormon body of Gainesville High School. Team 2-6 with the Sixth Fleetin
in the world ((1,823,661 mem- are not believed to be binding vior performed a "vicarious" the Mediterranean.The .
bers in 1961). beyond death unless they are service for all of us (I Peter r Recently promoted to the team, the sea assualt

later solemnized for "eternity." 3:18)). rank of Captain, US Army Med- force of the Fleet, will participate -

Do Mormons believe in heaven Marriages with non Mor- ical Service Corps, is ArthurJ. in various training opera- ,
and hell? mons are contrary to counsel, What is the Mormon atti- Manaro, who is presently tions designed to increase its
The "heaven" the Mormon and are not solemnized in the tude on birth control? stationed in Denver, Colo., as combat readiness. I

looks to and.lives for is a real temples. The Church has always advo- tEThis the assistant chief, Operations .
place of eternal progress, with cated the rearing of large fami- Analysis Branch, of the Federal Col. Lewis Berner, U.S. Army I
endless association with loved Do Mormons permit lies, and birth control, as com- Medicare Program. Capt. reservist, recently attended a
ones, with families and friends. divorce? I'monly understood, is contrary; new Latter Day Saints (Mormon) student center at 1220 SW Fifth Manaro graduated from Simpson Navy science seminar in Idaho
For those who are willfully in- Divorce is deplored and dis- to its teachings. I Ave., serves members of the university community. High School, Huntington, Falls.
different to their couraged. "T e m pIe divorces"as N.Y., in June, 1954, and earneda The seminar included Army. i
opportunitieson I
*
How is the church dom"
governed requires abstinence from with Satan himself.
earth, the knowledge that ( distinguished from civi I I I B.S. degree in zoology from Navy, Air Force and Mar i n e
Do the
Mormons have minis- ? all injurious substances and Further, as to freedom, he the UF in 1959. reservists.
Corps
they have fallen short of their divorces) may be granted only ters? I The 6th Article of Faith affirms -
suggests that man should enjoyall cites these Articles of Faith I
: After in Ger-
Berlin
highest possible happiness will by the president of the Church, serving Study areas included health I
Among the Latter day that the offices and organization the wholesome things of the "We claim the for 38 months he and nuclear
be part of the penalty of the"hell" for serious cause, including infidelity privilege of many, physics, facilities, basic ,
Sainfs, there is of the Church of Jesus earth "with and
no "profes prudence
worshiping almighty God according -his family returned to their nuclear physics and the
II of hereafter. sional" clergy. The Church of- Christ should follow the plan thanksgiving" (Doctrine and
to the dictates of our home in Gainesville in October, Atomic Energy Commission.: __
-* *- fers for and set the Savior Covenants .
I opportunity participation pattern by : 89)) own conscience, and allow all ADVERTISEMENT
W Why do the Mormons emI Do Mormons believe in bap- and responsibility for every- "We believe in the same organization men the same privilege, let
pbaslze education? tism? Confirmation? Holy Com- one. Any that existed in the Primitive !
worthy man may be -
What is the Mormon philosophy them worship how, where, or
This can best be answered bj munion? called to be a bishop or to fill Church viz., apostles, prophets of freedom? what they may. Byron Winn Says:
I quoting three significant sen- As to baptism yes by any other priesthood office for pastors, teachers evangelists When Joseph Smith was ask- "We believe in being honest,
tences: immersion, and by those having an unspecified time, and with- etc., "including high ed how he governed his people, true, chaste, benevolent, virtu-
"The glory of God is intelli authority, according to the out financial compensation. For priests, seventies, elders, bishops -I he replied: ". .teach them cor- ous, and in doing good to all AT THE WINNJAMMER
gence, or..light and truth" pattern set by the Savior, who his livelihood, he would usually, priests, and deacons, as rect principles, and let them men If there is anything 520 S.W. 2nd AVE. .
(Doctrine and Covenants 93:36): ]) was baptized by John in the continue his lay profession or named in the New Testament.The govern themselves." virtuous, lovely or of good re-
"It is impossible for a man River Jordan. The Mormon> be- occupation.A Church has a strong central The Mormon loves freedom' port or praiseworthy, we seek We have it in a packageWe
to be saved in ignorance" (ibid. lieves that the symbolism of; boy or girl of 8 or 10 may organization with a First as he loves life. He believes after these things." serve it by the glass
131:6)). being "buried with Him in bap-;occupy a pulpit for a short talk. Presidency of three presiding there is no principles; more basic With these convictions, the, We making ;:
"Whatever principle of intelli- tism" (Colossians 2:12)) is not Boys beginning at the age of high priests ("after the order of to the Gospel of Jesus Christ Mormon stands willing to leave are preparations
gence we attain unto in this found in any other form but by 12 are ordained to an office in Melchisedec" Hebrews 5:10), than the God-given free agency: all things and all men in the To give you food first class

life, it will rise with us in the immersion.The the priesthood. There are or- followed in order by the Coun- of every man. He believes that: hands of a just Judge and lov- Please folks come in sober
resurrection" (ibid. 130:18): ). Latter day Saint does ganizations within the Church cil of the Twelve Apostles (with a war in heaven was fought for ing Father.
Brigham Young said: "Our not believe in baptizing infants, that provide for study, for ser assistants); a patriarch; the freedom; that the right of choice! Be gay and have your fun
religion is simply the truth. It but only those who have become vice, and for the cultural and First Council of the Seventy; also -is essential to the soul's : NEXT "What Is a Pres- And bring along credentials
is all said in this one expression "accountable" for their actions, recreational activities of every a Presiding Bishopric who vation; and that anyone byterian." Part I That prove you're twenty-one.
it embraces all truth, at the age of 8 years and over. man, woman and child of all .,preside over the Aaronic Priest- !seeks to enslave men in a sal-I (C. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazine L. B.
wherever found in all the worksof He believes "that men will be I ages. All are expected to parti- hood. I sense is essentially in and Broadcasting, Inc.)
God and man. ." punished for their own sins, and ;cipate and to perform some Geographically, the Churchis
Since the Latter day Saint not for Adam's transgression"(2nd service. divided into "stakes" and f i
believes that the "intelligence"I ( Article of Faith). Infantsare The Mormon is proud of his "wards" (somewhat resembling
each man attains will remain innocent and willl not beheld "practical" religion which takes the diocese and parishes), and

forever with him, his search for accountable here or in hea- into account the "wholeness" of "missions." FRIGIDAIRE I j I AFNEST'sMARATHON:
knowledge for truth for lightis ven for the actions or errors of man and teaches that "men are *

I not only a permissible pri- others, "for of such is the King- that they might have joy" How is the church financed?
vilege but also an inescapable dom of God" (Mark 10:14)). (Book of Mormon, II Nephi Principally by tithing the!
obligation. A simple confirmation immediately -2:25): ), and touches upon the scriptural tenth (Malachi 3:8-1:
follows baptism, "by needs and activities of every 11).
I
Do Mormons practice poly- the laying on of hands for the day, as well as the hereafter.Do Work, thrift and industry .are
gamy? gift of the Holy Ghost." Mormons believe thereis taught as the best cure for I

No. For any Church member, As to communion: The sacra-I conflict between science want. Acceptance of govern
the penalty for plural marriage ment of the Lord's Supper is and religion? ment "dole" or any "unearned"
today is excommunication. administered in a simple man- To the Latter-day Saint, truthis public aid is discouraged.
Polygamy or plural marriagewas ner. Bread and water are bless- an eternal whole, and if Through the voluntary spare-I SATURDAY AT 7 P.M.
at one time practiced bya ed and partaken of by all the I there are seeming discrepancies time labors of men of many occupations ,

small part of the Mormon congregation in remembrance"of between science and religion, and professions, a I
people. Federal laws prohibitingthis the Savior, and as a witness it is simply because men do church welfare program provides -
practice were passed, but that "they are willing to keep not know enough. And where means to rehabilitate GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE =-e; GENUINE FRIGIDAIREWASHERS

questioned by the Churchas His commandments. there is doubt and controversy, those in need, and to see thatno S
were unconstitutional infringe- the Mormon feels that he can one goes without the necessities 'L RANGES
an !
afford to wait for final answers of life.
ment of religious liberty.In Mormon temples
What are. -for truth and intelligence and *
1890, after the constitution-been used for? life are everlasting. What is the Mormon atti- 'J :1 30" and 40" ModelsCONVENTIONAL andDRYERS
ality of these laws had All men are welcome to wore,, : 0
tude and tobacco?
on liquor
reaffirmed by the Supreme and I
chapels
ship in Mormon A code of health and conduct
Court of the United States, throughout the I How many Mormons are
meeting places
there? given in 1833 and known as the and
Woodruff, then presidentof of
Wilford world. But Mormon temples ( :
mani The Church of Jesus Christof "Word of Wisdom" disapprovesthe 'r Jet cone agitator
the Church, issued a which there are 12 in use today : PULL 'N CLEAN
use of tobacco, alcoholic Jet rinse
Latter Saints (with .
which acceptance by day away
festo upon used for solemnizing
) are and "hot d I nks"
in Salt Lake beverages r Jet lint removal
away
the further headquarters
the Church, proscribed marriages, and for other sacred -i OVENS --
of polygamy. City, Utah) numbers 1,823,661 (specifically tea and coffee) e Jet fast spin
practice ordinances. I (1961)) with The spirit of the "Word of Wis- Some All Porcelain
at some 5,000 -
congregations
practiced
Polygamy was is God of law
God (who a I I FREE TIDE ,
certain periods in Biblical and order) has set certain requirements ; throughout the world.
limes righteously and with di- for citizenship in the There are also some schismatic APPLICATIONSfor II li FREE KANT-SLIDE
vine sanction. And those who highest "Kingdom" of the here II groups with historical and GRIDDLEWith 12 IB.DRYERS
entered into polygamy in the after. But obviously alll men: doctrinal differences. The Re- ti any Frigidaire e DRIES ALL YOUR
Church of Jesus FALL TERM y. Elect. Range TUB:
nineteenth century did so witha have not known the laws and organized L WASHABLESCOLORBRIGHT
conviction that it was also commandments and require-I Christ of Latter Day Saints, Independence now being considered NOT SUN
Missouri numbers Also the Fabulous FADED
,
for them so sanctioned. They ments of the "Kingdom. Yeti Grades 6 through 10
honored their wives and fami- the Mormon believes that a just II 178,514 ((1962)). Grades 11 and 12 in suecculv rears FLAIR RANGE OPERATION SOME 115-VOLT

God will give to all those who *
lies.The practice of polygamy was have ever lived an adequate opportunity Do the Mormons proselyte f.
revoked by the same authorityby to hear and accept other people? >" I'M :: :': <<
which it had been sactioned. the gospel and its required Yes. Missionaries have gone pfz. W
earthly ordinances. In the wordsof out since the 1830's in an ear- \ GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE

What is the Mormon conceptof Peter "For this cause was nest endeavor to carry the message 4 Room Air ConditionersModels -
marriage? the gospel preached also to I of the "Restoration" to
The Mormon believes that them that are dead. ." (I Pet- every nation, and kindred, and THE From 9 to 19,000 BTU/Hr. ..:'

there can be no heaven for er 4:6)). tongue, and people" (Revela- SANFORDNAVAL .r' INSTALL IT YOURSELF MODELS' '
him without his family, and if Thus these essential ordi- tion 14:6): ). ACADEMY ;4 >. OTHERS CASEMENT WINDOW MODELS. AND MANY = '

he fully conforms to the teach- nancesincluding baptism This work is done principallyby Florida's finest new school for bays SOME HEATING AND COOLINGEvery
ings of his Church, he enters are "vicariously" performed in young men about 20 years of lorida's finest new school for boys Modal with Frigidairc's Fantastic Warranty
that the for those who have: Selective enrollment Small
into a marriage covenant temples age (supplemented by young Annopolis personnel .
lasts not only until "death do died without adequate oPPortunity women and older people also), losses Remedial study and reading .
us part" but continues "f 0 r : to receive them for them- j taken from all walks of life. Extensive sports program Ideal
time and eternity." "Neither is selves. Ancient knowledge of I During their missionary service -health Or housing facilities 30cre -
the man without the woman, this principle and practice is, they are ordained minis- campus Every and midshipman excel. DARING DEALS
No
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taught to Down!
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JOHN R. HARRISON. PrnMtnt avid
PuMWitrj PAT COWLES. Vki frwl- e til Positionneeded
Florida Beautiful diet Etf JOHNSON vice PrtsMwrtntf
Executive Edna W. 0. (Ml
EIERSOLE Viet President and A* ---,
'University City' II(
By RALPH McGILL
vwtUtaf. Director; 101 TARTAGUONE, By DAVID LAWRENCE
Vk PrtsMmt" Md ClrcuUtto Mu...... FaUiier rm trams nbllihcr
Of Ik* AtlMU. (Ga.) CoaiUtatiwi WASHINGTON Politics is sometimes defined as the art

THE SUN'S POLICY -- I of carrying water on both shoulders. Senator .Kenneth B.

PrudentUse Keating of New York has just given an example .of. howit
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. is possible for him to announce his candidacy for reelection
the of the Sun In-but In I
2. Express opinions only -editorials.
as a Republican and still remain silent whom
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. tZ4 on
rrI he favors for
president of the United States-if anybody. -
The Sun's All OfPower I'i. Mr. Keating was frank and sincere I
telephones: Departments-372-8441 :' .. in stating that, on '
Want Ads-376-4672 issues previously before the Senate, his views and those of
;x..., t Senator Goldwater have differed considerably and that the ,
41i people of New York State are well aware of these differ
ences. He added."I .

An Excellent StartFor P rt

(Second of two articles bas- SERIOUSLY doubt that any voter in New York would

years Floridians have been ty, but in a nearby county such as ed on the findings and conclusions be impressed by any lip service I might give Senator Gold-
of General MatthewB. 4sue' water or he might give me in the name of party unity."
tax burden Leon, he would be assessed more than Certainly the voters do
plagued by an unequal Ridgway at the time of the not expect Senator Keating to sur-
which is brought about through the the land is actually worth from a Indo China crisis in 1954.) render his convictions on any issue, but they do have a right
forestry (annual yield) point of to know whether he intends to cast his ballot for the Republican

more or,less independent policies of view. In his memoirs, "Soldier," presidential nominee. If Mr. Keating really intends '

the various tax assessors. former Chief of Staff Matthew / to vote for Senator Goldwater, after all, many voters will j ,
B. Ridgway, a combat C c> :.IIAA LDwuCARPETh1A ask what his objection is to saying so publicly. I .

A trade organization, the Florida general who jumped with his 6GERs In the statement issued by Mr. Keating on Tuesday an-

The law requires assessment at Forestry Association, has made a paratroopers in the Normandy nouncing his candidacy, he r

"full value" but arriving as sucha good start toward ending these invasion, discusses the con- __________ __ said that he believes in the '
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figure is no simple matter. The inequities and arriving at a fair quest of Red China.f Before two party system and that
presenting it here, a preamble he has "never thought of bolt-
assessor in Alachua County may formula for forestry land taxation.
is indicated. VocationalCourses ing the Republican Party." 1 ,
have entirely different ideas from The Association has sent to the Florida There are, presently, two : From this it might be inferred I

the tax assessor of, say, Union Coun- Agricultural Tax Council its so- really great world powers that Mr. Keating wants J ,[

ty as to what is and what is not full called "Method E" which arrives ata the United States and the Soviet I to receive all the benefits to .f.fI ,

value. scientific "value index" based Union. Another is on the be derived from being named :
on
But for an undeter- as the Republican
way. Party'snominee
annual yield, gross income, and ac- mined period of years there A Practical Look for the U. S. Senate 1 I
The tax assessor, a constitutional cessability to markets. will be but two. from New York State without I'

officer, must go before the voters being burdened with any :
NEITHER IS for
four To that extent he The eager an of the alleged disadvantages
every years. latter factor varies in North- all-out war. "' n

is a creature of politics and must west, Northeast, Central, and South This state of mind grows out (An editorial by The Saturday al choice is neither possiblenor expansion of technical associated the man with at the the top candidacyof of the r f

keep his fences mended and offendas Florida. Because of wide variationsin of knowledge held by those Review's Education desirable-many studentsnow training should take place, ticket. l

few constituents as possible. earning capacities of various pineor presently directing the gov- Editor, Paul Woodring) in school will spend their not in high school, but in jun-

Moreover, he usually is a laymanwho hardwood lands, the scale runs ernments of both nations. High School administratorsface adult lives in types of work ior college, adult evening THE DILEMMA is not new.
Each builds that do not yet exist, cannotbe schools, post high school
often is faced with highly tech- from 51 up strength. growing demands for Many a member of Congresshas \
<< cents for
an acre and
very poor and technical schools
There is a willingness to use predicted, consequentlycannot programs faced it before. The
1 nical problems for which he must and isolated land, to as much as it not,to extend war, but to more urged vocational to courses.relate these Theyare yet be specifically pre- conducted by industry. Democrats have Southern often-

or at least should seek professional 53.85 for prime pine sawtimber prevent it or, at worst, to lim- courses to immediate job pared for. Because vocational programs voted against the wishes of

advice.A stands which are near the sawmillsand it and contain it. openings and to make them Technical vocationalcourses are firmly estabilshed a Democratic president, and

pulp plants.No General Ridgway strongly available to more students in do not solve the prob- in most high schools-where, so have Republicans taken issue -

classic example is the assess- opposed those who, in 1954, order that each may graduate lem of educating the slow for half a century, they have with a president from
wanted to "get it over with"by with learner because the trades received massive federal aid their own party.It .
"remarkable skill.
ment on producing forest lands. doubt there aresome, "bugs" in an all-out war in IndoChina a for which they prepare require that is denied the humanities
} When State Senator Beth Johnson the Association formula; there always and with Red China. Those who exert the pressure both good general in- -there is little likelihood that is, therefore, not unusualfor
point out that most of the
d made a study a couple of years ago, are in such new ideas. In gen- "We could," wrote General jobs now available require telligence and a knowledge of they will be deemphasized.But members of either houseof

she found that assessments ranged eral however Ridgway, "by full and all-out the basic academic subjects. they can be made broad Congress to express dissent -
the Association is to technical training- that un-
from
their
war, employing all the terrible Vocational teachers do not rather than own party'sleaders.
narrowly -
preparatory
from 30 cents an acre in one county be commended for making a start skilled jobs are being eliminated Such voters defended
weapons at our command, want their courses to become for specific jobs and they are -
I t to more than a hundred times that toward equal and fair assessment of conquer China. by automation. They dumping grounds for slow can be closely related to the as reflecting the desires
much in other counties. These inequi- contend that greater vocational of the constituencies
commercial forest lands. "But, said General Ridg- in school learners. academic program, as they
ties were discussed and criticiied by way, "I challenge the thesis will emphasis long high toward The culturally deprived already are in some schools. back home.
go a way
several including this one, that destroying Red China child needs an education that And they should take up
I not
papers Why other trade association solving the problems of unemployment BUT THE
would be in our own long will bring him into the cul- only a minor portion of anystudent's respective names
and were common knowledge in the studies designed to and delinquency. and
equalize taxeson insignia of the -
Republican
interest. We would
range ture; only a basically liberal time in order that
I I industry. citrus groves, mineral deposits, create there, by militarymeans They assume that it will re- education that provides the each may have ample oppor- and the Democratic' Party
duce the number of dropoutsand
If truck farms, and other business prop- a great power vac cultural background not avail- tunity to gain the liberating appear officially on the

A timber producer ,might be paying erties which now bring tax head- uum. Then we would, have to provide better educationfor able at home will enable him knowledge and understanding ballot in an election. The can
the
culturally deprived. didates
listed
I. almost no tax in Lafayette Coun- aches? go in there with hundreds of to overcome his handicaps.He essential to free men who, thereund e r
.... must have
1 thousands of men to fill that These assumptions require needs a better knowledgeof whatever their vocation, must some association
t vacuum which would bringus examination. No one denies English and an introductionto make a wide variety of de with the party, or they are

face to face with Russia the need for vocational train art, music, literature, history cisions. not legally permitted to run in
I along a 7,000 mile frontier.If But there hard that column. The question is
ing. are some science, and the principles We Americans pride our-
VoIce I IOn we failed to go in, then facts to be faced, and nu- of government at leastas selves on being "practical"men. whether the Republican State

of the People Russia herself would fill it merous alternatives to be much as he needs vocational To such menunlessthey Convention in New York, in
and the designating Mr. Keating
threat
to our security considered, before we decide training. have thought deeply as
I would not have abated one io that the high school is the best Allowance must be made for about it-it seems obvious the Republican nominee for
ta. for it. Educators and the United States Senate, can
place his limitations; in many cases that vocational training is
The Sun's consistently do so if he. de-
Opinion school board members who
= PageOpinions the traditional
= academic more useful than a study of
TO ME
nothing clines to
C 0 ul4 say whether he will
must make the decisions program must be altered to principles, theories, and ideas.
more demonstra vote for
and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters tragically should keep these facts in meet his special needs. But But it was John Deweynotan the man who was
c mutt b. signed and beer the wriUr't .elclrell. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should our complete and utter moral mind. nominated by a majority of
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The bankruptcy than for us delib- the basic disciplines can be educational conservativewho the delegates to the Republican
Sun the right to reject letter or to shorten it, without changing taught in different and once observed "Theory
f reserves any the writer's meaning or erately to initiate a 'preven- Automation reduces the ways : National Convention held
intent. ventive war.' (Such as against demand not only for unskilled at different levels to students is, in the end, the most last month in San Francisco.


I Likes Paper's Below is an excerpt from Bill 777. Red China.) Once we take laborers but also for semi who differ widely in both practical of all things." It is There is no senatorial primary
: this Disarmament Agencylet that academic aptitude and cultural the most practical because it
ED GOCEK absolutely fatal step our skilled laborers of the kind in New York State, so
alone get more money and civilization would be doom usually produced by high background. When properly has the broadest applications.In the state convention will haveto .

i{ Progress authority. to promote these Will the Chain ed. We would then need to school vocational courses. It taught, they can later be preparation for an uncer- resolve this question.
iJ ideas.: rely on conquest for survival increases only the demand for applied to many different vo tain future, the studies deal-
,J EDITOR, Sun: Congratulations Congressman Ashbrook then Continue? from then on, until our socie- workers with college or tech cations. ing with the basic principleswill The concrete issue has been
for the stride in mak- crumbled the These considerations leadus to be most brought to a head by Repre-
went on to discuss the annual ty as empiresof nical school education who prove practi-
ing The Sun a real paper report of the Disarmament EDITOR, Sun: Here is'an Alexander and Rome crumbled make the machines. to the conclusion that the cal in the long run. sentative Paul A. Fino, "a
and wish you much successin Agency which included several item which has been making from-their own inner de member of the House for the
dear old Gainesville. Along studies. Because they were the rounds of the local soothsayers cay. In all history of the O The jobs that require last 12 years and Republican

I, felt want has come to officially issued by the A.C.- : world no civilization based on high-level technical training MemoCowles committee chairman of t he
the people of Alachua Coun- D.A., they could be considered "Both President Lincolnand conquest has survived." also require a knowledge of Washington Bronx. He has just announcedthat

ty.MRS. as representing the viewsof President Kennedy were History sustains the gener mathematics and science as he will seek the nomi-
BEN HILL GARRICK concerned with the issue well of nation for the
that of al. Conquest feeds on con. as a good grasp Eng- Washington Bureau Senate at the
Americus, Ga. agency.Congressman Civil Rights. Lincoln wa selected quest. One leads to the necessity lish. If this basic knowledgeis New York State Republican

Ashbrook then in 1860. Kennedy in for another. The new not acquired in high schoolit HISTORIC BUMPS: President Johnson, a student of the Convention later this month,
Reports referred to the study entitled 1960."Both world situation requires great is not likely to be acquired history of the White House, says those mysterious small hills and says that Mr. Keating's

Agency "Controlling the Police in a were slain on a Friday power for security. This we anywhere. It is much easier in the back yard were put there by Thomas Jefferson. The statement of Tuesday Is "tan-

1 On Disarmament Disarmed World" included in and in the presence of possess. (It was estimated for an adult to learn, on the little hills really only large mounds-are used principally tamount to bolting the Republican

the A.C.D.A. report submittedto their wives. Both were shot that the naval task force available job, to operate a machine for the annual egg rolling on Easter Monday, and to give Party."

; EDITOR, Sun: "The Real Congress in April, 1963. This"study from behind, and in the for the Viet Nam crisis than it is for him to repairhis the lawn a pleasantly uneven effect. Johnson says Jeffersonhad Will the New York
which Congress man head. deficiencies in mathematics them piled up so people outside the grounds, couldn'tsee State
Plans of the A. C. D. A., could have delivered more nuclear Convention
ask
\, Ashbrook inserted in the Con- Their than science and English aft- him when he walked around out there a Senator Keat-
France's purpose
which is the last part of the successors, both power ing to say whether he Intends
Test Ban Treaty to be carried gressional Record of Novem- named Johnson, were southern present capacity could pro- er he has left high school which certainly would never have occurred to President to vote for the national
nomi-
ber This
20 1963. Johnson.SHIFT.
gives a
the A. C. D. A. Democrats and both duce in the next 10 to 20 .
I out by graphic example of the hide- were e Many boys and girls of nee of his party? If the con-
This Is a disarmament treaty in the Senate. Andrew John years.) superior academic talent vention doesn't do
j ous and depraved thinking of There so, would
t I being disguised under a test the son was born in 1808 and Lyn The greatest danger lies in choose vocational courses because : was a small flurry of speculation last week the nomination of Mr."Keat-
; ban treaty heading. This bill agency. don Johnson was born in 1908. the presence of imprudent their families traditionsand when it was learned that Cmdr. Herbert L. Ogler, skipperof ing by the convention be Interpreted

J has passed our Senate and "In addition, to avoid making "John Wilkes Booth was men who, trigger happy, see their personal aspira- the destroyer Maddox during the Tonkin Gulf attack, nationally to

4 Congress (Senate Bill No. 777)) martyrs of the individuals born in 1839, Lee Harvey Os conquest as a quick answer. tions at the time they enter was being transferred to a new assignment. Turned out the virtual repudiation of meana Sena-

and is being carried out now. controlled and thus prevent a wald was born in 1939. Booth Today's world is made vast- high school-are not such as orders had been issued and announced a couple of weeks tor Goldwater as the Republican
surge of national anger before anyone outside of the Navy ever heard of the Mad-
In his speech of November and Oswald were both assassinated ly more complicated by the to cause them to anticipate presidential candidate?
against the international dox. Ogier, and the men under him shared unit
John Ash- police existence of vacuums. a citation
20, Congressman before going to trial. power going to college. When they
!
!' brook of Ohio in discussing force, the force would "Both Presidents' wives lost The pullout of colonial powers later discover that college is awarded by Secretary McNamara for their performance SENATOR KEATING has a
be wise ft avoid the the attacks.INSIDE .
) of during
use
i the top personnel of the Arms violence children through death whilein left vacuums in several an appropriate goal they find .a right to confine himself in
I against .
I Control and sarmament persons the White House. African states. The struggle the better colleges closed to his campaign to specific issues -
where ever possible and to STUFF: President Johnson's bedroom is
equippedwith
fill the
to
Agency stated: "Lincoln's Kennedy huge Congo vacuum have on which he
secretary, them because they not may feel
I "The people who man this restrict its acts against prop- interests the Chinese and three small television sets, each with its remote con- the
people of
by advised him kind of New York
name, had the high
right
erty to the minimum neces trol buttons handy to the President's touch when he is lying
cannot be trusted in the Russians. It also concerns State
I agency not to to the theatre. Knedy's school are entitled to know, his
go preparation.
sary. Thus weapons that tem- in bed and, presumably, watching three late news shows
the
: their judgement They havean belatedly Belgians. views before
secretary, whose name For students who are making their
world porarily disorient or incapacitate For simultaneously. Other controls at the bedside automaticallyraise
unreal outlook on a time the UJf. filled the choice.
i I the victim without killing was Lincoln, advised him not not going to" college, high and lower the presidential windows.
and Now the
communism deludingour vacuum. is
are struggle
to to Dallas. the last chanceto
school offers
go
(like tear vomiting As the
people Mr. Foster gas gas resumed. matter stands today,
(director of the A. C. D. A.) or perhaps newer substanceslike "John Wilkes Booth shot study literature, history, GOO DEPT.: The press agent for a local hotel sends a however, Mr. Keating has left
tranquilizers, hallucinogens Lincoln in a theatre and ran THE PRIMARY science, mathematics, and the flack letter to prospective customers his own position
has further stated that he believes fact is that saying in part: 'This is up in the air
etc.) would be preferable to a warehouse. Oswald shot arts, with the aid of teachers. the time in He '
the communists will political and power vacuums magic every child's life. A trip Washington. may cast hi* ballot for the
keep their word on the test at the first response level Kennedy from a warehouseand win be filled. If, for example, If they devote most of their is routine and part of your business, but it would thrill Republican presidential nomi-

ban. A man with judgmentsuch of enforcement. ran to a theatre. we must conquer all Viet high school time to vocational your child. So would staying perhaps ,for the first timein nee or refrain from, voting

as this should not be The above clearly reveals "The names, Lincoln an d Nam ,- and then the rest of training, their liberal education a very great hotel It's the thrill of being ableto for either candidate. If Mr!

allowed to remain in office, that ultimate purpose cf the Kennedy, each contain seven the Southeast Asian peninsulawhat is neglected. Its lack act very' grown up-and ,finding that it isn't an act Keating becomes his party's
letters. The names Andrew ? We may later restrict both their after alL It's the thrill of seeing real live senator nominee
report reveals that the top Disarmament Agency is, actually happens must a at and his name is to
f planners of the Disarmament to make war upon 'the Johnson and Lyndon Johnsoneach then occupy it for a long pe- vocational opportunities and breakfast.' And ordering whatever you please for dinner. And appear in the Republican co1-

Agency have now taken for people of the United States! contain thirteen letters.The riod of time' until some sta- their capacity to take full advantage flat having to make your bed_ the next morning. ." umn on the ballot, Jots of vot-

granted the unilateral and And remember,' the above names John WilkesBoofh ble government can take over, of life in a civilized ers will insist on

complete disarmament ol the quotations are contained in and Lee Harvey Os or we can leave it empty. community. forehand knowing be-

United States In the near fu- an official publication of the wald, each contain fifteen let Competition to fill it would Although a ,brief exploratory -tt whom he favors for
tV the
ture. They have, therefore, Arms Control and Disarmament ters. then begin all over again. course may be desir- LeG presidency ,in the )Novem
turned their attention to Agency supported by "Does history repeat itself: We are the strongest nation able, extended vocational ber election. Otherwise, many

studies dealing with the sub U. S. taxpayers' funds.D. Andrew Johnson was not reelected in the world. training is not appropriate un- : 1J.J..R.'hr.Jo.ek Republicans may also
ject of how to control the pop- R. (Billy) Matthews vot !" But that power must be til the student has made a M .f. from refrato

ulation when the United States ed to support Senate Bill 777, It could happen, come h'oused prudently and wisely firm vocational choice. And voting for either Mr;

fe policed by a UN police Senators Smathers an dSenate vember. and not thoughtlessly in trig- In a period of rapid technological L J.If. f "iti. Keating or Bobby Kennedy Jf ,

force of foreign nations. Holland voted for the OBSERVER ger-happy conquests. change, early vocation- the I latter Is the >> mocs2 ic

candidate in New York
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I 7} 4f Gain.sville Sun Friday, August 21, 1964H ., 1 I Iat

-'" '-'' v' over. Mark Ivry Brown, pres. union began Thursday Aug. 25

It I II CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS Merline Holmes, secty. Rev. 8 p.m. at the Second Morning

Evins, pastor. i Star Baptist Church. The

OiatUt5uil1c inn Religious Choirs Union rendered I !

B. F. Childs, Colored New Editor. CHURCH NEWS a musical program.Deacon t

E Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday Tom Robinson, Union pres. was
=:: EARLTON NEWS others. Services: Sunday School, 9:30 in charge. The Progress i v e' t
THE There will be a play, "Golden Elder Hugh Anderson, Sr. pastor a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Choirs Union will present the

...... Grain, Lord's Acre" at the Free Gary Gean reporter and B. T. U. 5:30: p.m. Evening Warship program tonight at 8 o'clock.

JOHN R. HARRISON President and Canaan Methodist Church Sat. sponsor. 7 pjn. Weekly Activities: Bro. Levi Griffin, union pres. Tin
::::: SOUTH
*1 FuMislwj PAT COWLEI. Vice Pr..1FlorIda's Aug. 22 at 8:30: p.m. This play Tuesday, Midweek meditations charge, Rev. T. D. Davis, )
Beautiful dents Etf JOHNSON Vice President is sponsored by the youth of the LAKE BUTLER NEWS 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, You pastor. '
1M Executive Editori! W. 6. (Bill) '
,.:;. University Vice President and Ad. church. Free admission but an Hopewell A. M. E. Church, Forum 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, rehearsal -
:= City'v rftsin Director 101 TARTAGUONE I By RALPH McGILL offering will be received. Rev.I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Choirs No. 1 and 2. Q&bituarit

I .'=- Viet President and CircuUUoe Manager. Pilttier tt. AtUmU Pnx Wtamlaj(Ga.) CniUt FikHtkerOf >tla !, Robert Dell, pastor, E. M. Buck- Worship 11 a.m. A. C. E. League Thursday 7:30 p.m. Teachers

THE SUN'S POLICY lin, reporter. 5 p.m. Evening services 7:30( meeting. Rev. T. A. Wright,
MRS. LAURA
7t :DAVIS
p.m. Pastor and members of minister, Mrs. Esther W.Hamm. .
t PrudentUse Final rites for Mrs Laura
,1. Report the news fully and In the
Inpartially news columns. HIGH Hopewell will render service at reporter.
I 2. Express the opinions of the. Sun In-but only In-editorials. SPRINGS NEWS the Oak Grove Baptist Church, Zion Temple A. M. E. Zion- Davis, of 510 W 8th St., were
3. Publish On Sunday Aug. 23 at 7:30 to be held from the Mt. Plea-
;'\ all sides of important controversial issues. Rev. F. C. Collins, pastor. Church School 10 a.m. You
.m. the Aid Board of Allen sant Methodist Church 'at
: The Sun's Of p Pulpit The Vacation Bible School is service 3 p.m. Rev. W. L. Sou- today
telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Chapel A. M. E. Church will going on at Hopewell. The der, pastor. Mt. Carmel Baptist 4 p.m. with Rev. W. M: 'Fergui i

r\\ Want Ads-376-4672 sponsor a talent program. Everyone : son officiating. Interment was 1
l schedule is 7 p.m. to 9.p.m. and The Junior ushers of the
is invited. I to follow in the in
cordially family plot
9 closes Fri. Aug. 8. The publicis church are asked to meet with 1
Last Sunday morning the invited. Mrs. Rosella Canady at 5 p.m! Archer. 1

(l An Excellent Start 1 Powera t ity Allen- wide Chapel Fellowship A. was M. held E. Rev. Clifton Simmons, pastor, Mrs. Esther Hamm, reporter. I I Duncan charge. Brothers Morticiansin

New Salem '
Miss Willie Mae Perry, reporter. Baptist Sunday
a (Second of two articles bas- Church. Rev. N. A. Jackson, School, 10 a.m. Morning Wore I' MRS. HATTIE SAMS l'

J For years Floridians have been ty, but in a nearby county such as ed on the findings and con, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Churchof ship 11:30 a.m. Sermon by the Funeral services for Mrs.

f plagued by an unequal tax burden Leon, he would be assessed more than clusions of General MatthewB. this city, delivered the ser-DUKES NEWS pastor or his appointee. There Hattie Sams, a pioneer-citizenof

the land is Ridgway at the time of the mon. His message WitS basedon will be a business meeting Tuesday Archer, will be held at the
actually worth from Oak Grove Church
which Baptist
is brought about through the a faith and ,
Indo China crisis in 1954.) was very helpful. Mt.
25 8 Rev. i C. Pisgah A.M.E. Church in
August
forestry (annual yield) point of Misses Mildred and Malissa Sunday School 9:30: a.m., morning p.m.
more or less independent policies of worship 11 a.m. Rev. J. C. J. Johnson, pastor, P. L. Scott,, Archer Sunday at 4:30: p.m.Jn- l'
,
view. Webster of Orlando
In his memoirs, "Soldier, are visitingin terment will follow in the Shil-
the reporter.
various
tax Potts and members of Lake
assessors. former i this of Butler
Chief of Staff Mat city. They are guests oh
Church of God in Christ Cemetery.
mission Church will render
( A trade organization, the Florida thew B. Ridgway, a combat and their Miss sister Odessa, Mrs. Webster.Matie Postel service. 3 p.m. Rev. Clifton There will be a Baptism Serv- She was Church School Superintendent I 1

The law requires assessment at Forestry Association, has made a general paratroopers who in jumped the Normandy with his Rev. W. H. Atkins is, ill at I Simmons and members of Hope ice Sunday 8:30: p.m. The churcis I 50 for, her_church for i
"full value" but such well A. M. E. Church will be located 725 N. W. 7th Ave. years.
arriving as good start toward ending these invasion, discusses the con his home. His friends wish for Duncan Brothers Morlicians
.
I a figure is no simple matter. The inequities and arriving at a fair quest of Red China. Be- him a speedy recovery. in charge of the service. 4:30: ( Mrs.Bishop A.Henry Washington Williams, reporter., pastor are in charge of funeral ar

assessor in Alachua County may formula for forestry land taxation. fore presenting it here, a preamble Rev. R. L. Shaw, pastor of Allen p.m. Rev. J. C. Shumpert and Springhill Baptist Sunday rangements.MRS. .
members of Elizabeth B tis
a
I l p
A. E. Church
Chapel M.
have entirely different ideas from The Association has is indicated. was School, 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship FLORIDA MOODY
sent to the Flor- There the dinner guest of Rev. and Church of Lake Butler will be in
are, presently, two
1 the of Union Coun- 11 a.m. B. T. U. 5:30: p.m. Funeral services for Mrs.
tax
assessor ida
say Agricultural Tax Council its so- really great world powers Mrs. J. C. Shumpert last Sun charge. Evening service at 7p.m.
ty as to what is and what is not full called "Method E" which arrives the United States and the Soviet will be in charge of the Evening Worship 6:30: p.m.. .Florida Thompkins MooHy will
ata day.Mr. Services will be in charge of r be held at the GilGal Baptist
value. scientific "value index" based on Union. Another is on the and Mrs. David Bryant pastor, Rev. Shumpert. Rev. J. S. Shannon, asst. pastor Church in Johnson Sunday at 4p.m.
way. But for an undetermined are in the city this week visiting Interment will
follow in the
annual yield, gross income, and ac- all day Sunday. Rev. T. 1 D.
i LACROSSE NEWS
their relatives and friends.
The tax assessor a constitutional period of years there Davis Mrs. Barbara H. Gil Gal Cemetery.Her .
cessability to markets. pastor,
will be but two. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Widemanand The District Missionary meeting immediate
officer, must go before the voters children of St. Augustine will convene at Allen Chap. Bryant, reporter. Note: Our pastor her survivors include
husband
: every four years. To that extent, he The latter factor varies in North- NEITHER IS eager for an spent the weekend with his el A. M. E. Church of Williston Rev. their Davis vacation.and family Members areaway Moody; step mother, George, Mrs. i
all-out on
is a creature of politics and must west, Northeast, Central, and South war. mother, Mrs. Mary Andrews. Friday at 8 p.m. The pastor is neighbors and friends are Idella Martin Gordon Chapel; II
This state of mind grows out Mrs. Parnell J. Williams, re asking all members to go and
: his and offend sisters, Mrs. Lucille Jacksonville
keep fences mended Florida. Because of wide variationsin of wishing them a wonderful time. Riley,
held those
knowledge by porter. help represent our church. The l
Mrs. Viola Brown. Or-
as few constituents as possible. earning capacities of various pineor presently directing the gov- pastor, Rev. Walker and Jonathan Hopewell Baptist There will lando
Mrs. Maxine Johnson
: Moreover he usually is a layman of both nations. be a business meeting today at 8p.m. ,
hardwood lands, the scale runs ernments SPECIAL PROGRAM Reed enjoyed the Tri-State
Hawthorne
brothers James !
; ,
; I who often is faced with highly technical from 51 cents an acre for very poor Each builds up strength. There will be a musical program meeting at Edward Waters College school. Sunday, 10 a.m.services Morning, Sun Worship day-I, Thompkins, Hawthorne, OtIs i

i problems for which he must and isolated land, to as much as There is a willingness to use held at the Church of God at Jacksonville. at 6:30: p.m. Baptism will Thompkins, Orlando, Lon nie f
I it not to extend but to i in
war, Christ of this city Sunday at
i or at least should seek professional $53.85 for follow morning service. Rev. W. Thompkins, Weirsdale, W hue ;
I prime pine sawtimber prevent it or, at worst, to limit 3 p.m. Special guests will be HAWTHORNE NEWS I
Thompkins, Washington, D.C., i
advice. J. Taylor, pastor, Mrs. Agnes
stands which are near the sawmillsand and contain it. the youth group from St. Mary I The United Choirs Union will Gordon Perry Thompkins, Detroit, Mich. '

I pulp plants.No General Ridgway strongly Baptist Church of Alachua, also convene at Mt. Zion A. M. E. reporter.Church holds State I There will be no viewing after

A classic example is the assess- opposed those who, in 1954, the Anderson Brothers of Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Thereare Sunday Triumph School Convention in the eulogy. The body wi'l lie in
wanted to "get it over with" Gainesville D. R. Williams, and' six choirs in the union. Each
[ \ ment on producing forest lands. doubt there are some "bugs" in Tampa, Aug. 19 through 23rd. state at the church prior to the
I When State Senator Beth Johnson the by an all-out war in Indo- Ida Mae Wheeler, Mattie Jo and everyone is invited to attend The following are at- funeal services. Duncan Brothers -
Association formula ; there always China and with Red China. Jordan, Donnie Mae Fowler and and help us put the program persons Moriticans are in charge.
made a study a couple of years ago, tending.[ Rev. and Mrs. Isaac
in such
are new ideas. In gen- "We could, wrote General I MRS. OWE LONDON
I she found that assessments ranged eral however the Ridgway, "by full and all-out THE Brown, Mrs. Susie Goins, Mrs.
Association is to II CONSERVATIVE ,Irene Martin, Misses Greylandand Funeral services for !Mrs. 01-
from 30 cents in one county war, employing all the terrible
an acre be commended for making a start Ganet Martin, Marilyn De- lie London, a pioneer citizenof
to than hundred times that weapons at our command, Hawthorne will be held from
more a toward equal and fair assessment of VIEWPOINT bose> and Priscilla Debose.
much in other counties. These inequi- commercial forest lands. conquer"China. Friendship Baptist The the Gallilee Baptist Church in
"But, said General Ridg
Hawthorne Sunday at 1:30
revival will begin p.m.
ties discussed and criticized young people's -
by
were "I challenge the thesis
with
way Keating's at Friendship B apt is t Rev. B. C. Clinton off iciat-
several including this one, that destroying Red China :
papers Why not other trade association Church Monday Aug. 24 at 7:30! ing. Interment will follow in the

and were common knowledge in the studies designed to equalize taxeson would be in our own long p.m. and end Friday, August 28. Hawthorne Cemetery.Her .

industry. citrus groves, mineral deposits range interest. We would Rev. D. E. White, pastor. 0. M. immediate survivors include
create there, by militarymeans her son, Eugene Adams,
truck farms, and other business prop- a great power vac Positions Maxey, reporter. Asbury Park, N. J.; sisters, Mrs.
--
A timber producer might be pay- ,rties which now bring tax head- uum. Then we would have to :>._; Cora Tutson Hawthorne, Mrs.
( ing almost no tax in Lafayette Coun- aches? go in there with hundreds of 1// By DAVID LAWRENCE PERSONALS Susie Blanton Tampa and Mrs.

thousands of men to fill that WASHINGTON Politics is sometimes defined as the art Mrs. Estella Davis and, Mrs. Sstella Claridy Tallevest. Fla.
_,' '. I ,
:::.:x;; Marie in
Spivy are visiting
vacuum which would bringus of carrying water both
-- on shoulders. Senator Kenneth B. brothers, Chester Shell Haw-
face to face with Russia Keating of New York has just given an example of how Washington, Philadelphia and thorne, Claude Howard, Haw-

I along a 7,000 mile frontier.If it is possible for him to announce his candidacy for re- New York City. On their re thorne. Duncan Brothers Mor-

we failed to go in, then election as a Republican and still remain silent on whom turn they will journey on to Miami funeral services. Duncan Brothers

Voice of the I IiI' Russia herself would fill it he favors for president of the United States-if anybody. where they will attend the Morticians are in charge.

People and the threat to our security Mr. Keating was frank and sincere in stating that, on State Elks Convention.Mrs. JAMES CLARK
would not have abated io issues previously before the Senate Carrie Jones of NE Wale
one his views and those of Funeral service for James
I I ta. Senator Goldwater have differed .considerably and that the do Road is visiting her daughters -Clark of 1007 N. PineSt..,

On The Sun's Opinion people ot New York State are well aware of these differ in Philadelphia, Pa. and Starke, will be held Sunday at
Page= "TO ME, nothing could ences. He added."I Portsmouth, Va.
Mt. Marriah
M. E. Church at 2p.m.
more tragically demonstra Mrs. Barbara H. Bryant, re
SERIOUSLY
doubt
iI' Opinions; and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters that any voter in New York would with the pastor, Rev.
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should our complete and utter moral be impressed by any lip service I might give Senator Gold- porter. Steager officiating.The .
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The bankruptcy than for us delib- water or he might give me in the name of party unity." Deacon and Mrs. Wilhe B. family and friends will

Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or erately to 'initiate a 'preven- Certainly the voters do not expect Senator Keating to surrender .. Allen are visiting in New York !meet at the deceased's homeat
and the World's Fair.
ventive (Such City
war. as against his convictions
on any issue, but they do have a right 1:30 p.m. to form the cortegefor
Likes Paper'sProgress Below is an excerpt from Bill 777. Red China.) Once we take to know whether he intends to cast his ballot for the Re- the church. Burial Will Jql.

t this Disarmament Agencylet ED GOCEK that absolutely fatal step our publican presidential nominee. If Mr. Keating really intends OFF TO CONVENTIONThe low in the family plot in Odd-
alone get more and civilization would be doom to vote for Senator Goldwater following Daughters of
money after all, many voters will fellow Cemetery under the direction
r authority to promote these Will the Chain ed. We would then need to ask what his objection is to saying so publicly. Elks, University City Temple of Chestnut & Haile Funeral --
ideas. rely on conquest for survival In the statement issued by Mr. 900 plans to attend the State
i EDITOR, Sun: Congratulations Congressman Ashbrook then Continue? from then on, until our socie- nouncing his candidacy he Keating' on Tuesday an- convention which will meet Home of Starke.
for the stride in making MRS. ANNIE L. GIBBS
t went on to discuss the ar-nu- ty crumbled as the empiresof said that he believes in the the state convention will haveto in Miami Aug. 22 28 are Ruler
The Sun a real paper EDITOR, Sun: Here is an Alexander and Rome Final rites for Mrs. Annie.L.Gibbs .
al report of the Disarmament crum two party system and that resolve this question.The Lloyd, Bessie Washing ton,
much item of Hawthorne who .died
and wish you successin which has been making bled from ,
their inner de
own he Amie Christine Cato
which has "never thought of bolt- Sanders ,
concrete
included
Agency sever- issue has been
old A the August 17 at a rest home following -
dear Gainesville. rounds of the local sooth. In all of the ,.
cay. history ing the Cecilia shoemake and Nellie
al studies. Because they were Republican Party. brought to a head by Representative
felt want has to a lingering illness will
long come sayers: world no civilization based on From this Grant. Mrs. Barbara H. Bry- ,
officially issued by the A.C.- it might be infer Paul A. Fino, a be conducted
of Alachua Coun SaturdayAugust
the "Both
people President j survived.
D.A., they could be considered and Lincoln conquest has red that Mr. Keating wantsto member of the House for the ant, reporter. 22, at 3 from the Galilee
President Kennedy were History sustains the general. receive all the benefits last 12 I p.m.
ty.MRS. to
as representing the viewsof years and Republican
BEN HILL GARRICK concerned with Baptist Church with the Rev.
the issue .
of r Conquest feeds on con-
be derived from
that being namedas committee chairman of CORRECTIONMr.
he
agency.congressman t
Ga. B. C. Clinton
Americus, Civil I officiating. Inter-
Ashbrook then Rights. Lincoln wa selected quest. One leads to the neces- the Republican Party'snominee Bronx. He has just announcedthat and Mack Speight on NW ment will follow in the Hawthorne -

referred to the study entitled in 1860. Kennedy in sity for another. The new for the U. S. Senate he will seek the nomi- 1st Street are being visited by Cemetery.Mrs. .

Agency ReportsOn "Controlling the Police in a 1960. world situation requires great from New York State with- nation for the Senate at the their daughters and grandsons! Gibbs is survived .by
"Both were slain on a Fri power for security. This we out being burdened with any New York State Republican instead of parents visiting their
Disarmed her husband
World" included in Lawrence G.fybs
>>
Disarmament day and in the of r possess. (It was estimatedthat of ;
the A.C.D.A. presence the alleged disadvantages Convention later this month, children. Mrs. Christine Williams -of Hawthorne
submittedto two sisters
report Mrs.
their the naval task force avail-
wives. Both were shot associated with the candidacyof and says that Mr. Keating's and son of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Congress in April, 1963. This Kattie Taylor, and Mn Marion
from able for the Viet Nam crisis
I EDITOR, Sun: "The Real study which Congressman behind, and in the the man at the top of the statement of Tuesday is "tan and Mrs. Catherine Manningsand Martin both of Ashburn. Ga.
Plans of the A. C. D. A.," head. could have delivered more nuclear ticket. tamount ,
Ashbrook inserted in the Con- to bolting the Repub- son of Chicage, are former three brothers, Willie J. Martin -
; which is the last part of the Their successors, both I power than France'spresent THE DILEMMA is not new. lican Party." residents of this city. I'
gressional Record of November Lloyd Martin, and Floyd
Test Ban Treaty to be car named Johnson, were south capacity could pro.duce Many a member of Congresshas Will the New York State
20 1963. This Martin all of Ashburn G.I /her
ried out by the A. C. D. A. gives a ern Democrats, and both were in the next 10 to 20 faced it before. The South- Convention ask Senator Keat- VERY THANKFUL ,
graphic example of the hide- step-mother, Mrs. Pearl Martinof
This is a disarmament treaty ous and depraved thinking of in the Senate. Andrew John: years.) ern Democrats have often ing to say whether he intendsto We, the pastor and members Ashburn Ga., one aunt Mrs.

I being disguised under a test the agency. son was born in 1808 and Lyn The greatest danger lies in voted against the wishes of vote for the national nominee of the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist -Minnie Holland of Sanford, other -

ban treaty heading. This bill don Johnson was born in 1908. the presence of imprudentmen a Democratic president, and of his party? If the con- Church are indeed grateful relatives and friends.

has passed our Senate and "In addition, to avoid making "John Wilkes Booth was who, trigger happy, see so have Republicans taken issue vention doesn't do so, would to the many friends who The family and friends are to

Congress (Senate Bill No. 777)) martyrs of the individuals born in 1839, Lee Harvey Os conquest as a quick answer. with a president from the nomination of Mr. Keat helped us make our recent re meet at the home of Mrs. Ruby

a and is being carried out now. controlled and thus prevent a wald was born in 1939. Booth] Today's world is made vast- their own party.It ing by the convention be in- vival an outstanding success. Mannings in Hawthorne ut 2:15

In his speech of November surge of national anger and Oswald were both assas ly more complicated by the is, therefore, not unusual terpreted nationally to meana Rev. H. K. Kinsey, pastor, Miss p.m. to form the cortege to

20, Congressman John Ash- against the international police sinated before going to trial existence of power vacuums. for members of either houseof virtual repudiation of Sena- Barbara Watson, reporter. the church.

brook of Ohio in discussingthe force, the force wouldbe "Both Presidents' wives lost The pull out of colonial pow- Congress to express dissent tor Goldwater as the Repub- Hughes & Chestnut Funeral}

top personnel of the Arms wise to avoid the use of children through death whilein ers left vacuums in several from their own party's lican presidential candidate? THANKS TO ALLI Home in charge.

Control and sarmament violence against persons the White House. African states. The struggleto leaders. Such voters are defended SENATOR KEATING has a wish to thank all my friendsfor THOMAS McGRUDERFinal

Agency stated: restrict where ever its possible and to "Lincoln's secretary, Ken fill the huge Congo vac- as reflecting the desires right to confine himself in the kindness during my three rites for Master Thomas -

"The people who man this to the acts against property nedy by name, advised him uum interests the Chinese and of. the constituencies his campaign to specific issues months of sickness and shut-in. McGruder of Hawthorne,

; agency cannot be trusted in Thus minimum neces- not to go to the theatre. Ken the Russians. It also concerns back home. on which he may feel Signed, Mrs. Amanda Scott who died August 19 at the 'Ala

their judgement. They havean sary. weapons that tem nedy's secretary, whose name belatedly the Belgians.For BUT THE respective names the people of New York chua General Hospital following
p unreal outlook on world porarily disorient or incapacitate a time the U.N. filled the and insignia of the Republican State are entitled to know his IN MEMORIAMIn brief
the victim was Lincoln, advised him ,not a illness, will be con-
communism and are deluding (like tear without killing to go to Dallas. vacuum. Now" the struggle is and the Democratic Par views before making their loving memory of our I ducted Saturday at 1 p.m. from
people Mr. Foster gas, vomiting gas resumed. ty officially on the choice.As dear
our or "John Wilkes Booth shot appear mother who departed this the graveside of the Gordon
perhaps
(director of the A. C. D. A.) newer substanceslike Lincoln in a theatre and ran ballot in an election. The candidates the matter stands today, life Aug. 21, 1958. Signed Mrs. Chapel Cemetery, with the
hallucino-
tranquilizers THE PRIMARY is
fact that
has further stated that he be- listed thereund e r however Mr. Keating has left Mattie Howell daughter. Rev. E. J. Williams
to a warehouse. Oswald shot officiating.
etc.) would
gens be preferable political and vacuums
lieves the communists will power must have some association his own position up in the air. Interment will follow h
keep their word on the test at the first response level Kennedy from a warehouseand will be filled. If, for example, with the party, or they are He may cast his ballot for the FLORAL COURT Gordon Chapel Cemetery.He the

ban. A man with judgment of enforcement. ran to a theatre. we must conquer all VietNam not legally permitted to run in Republican presidential nomi- I Floral Court of Lodge No. 54 Is survived his
"The by father
The above names, Lincoln an d and then the rest of
this should not be clearly reveals that column. The is refrain from
such as question nee or votingfor will meet at the regular place and mother Willie McGruderand
allowed to remain in office, that ultimate purpose cf the Kennedy, each contain seven the Southeast Asian peninsula whether the Republican State either candidate. If Mr. today at 8 p.m. Mrs. florin De- Mrs. Ella Mae McGruder

report reveals that the top Disarmament Agency is, actually letters. The names AndrewJohnson what happens? We must Convention in New York, in Keating becomes his party's 'Bose. president, Mrs. Ellen Tur. both of Hawthorne, one sister,

planners of the Disarmament to make war upon the and Lyndon Johnson ,then occupy it for a long period designating Mr. Keating as nominee and his name is to 'ncr, secretary, Mrs. Dolile P r. Diana McGruder, five brothers.
have taken for people of the United each contain thirteen letters. of time until some stable the
Agency now States Republican nominee for appear in the Republican column rish, reporter. Willie Jr., Paul, Arthur, Floyd
granted the unilateral and And remember, the above The names John Wilkes i government can take over, the United States Senate, can on the ballot, lots of voters and Jimmy all of Hawthorne I!

complete disarmament of the quotations are contained in Booth and Lee Harvey Os or we can leave it empty. consistently do so if he, declines will insist on knowing be- UNIFORM LODGE. his grandmother, Mrs. Josephine !

United States in the neufu an official publication of the wald, each contain fifteen let Competition to fill it would to say whether he will forehand whom he favors for The Uniform Co. Lodge No. Hill, great-grandfather, ,

ture. They have therefore, Arms Control and Disarmament terse then begin all over again. vote for the man who was the presidency in the Novem- 113 has postponed its regular Sherman Williams, other relatives (

turned their attention to Agency supporte4 by "Does history repeat itself: We are the strongest nationin nominated by a majority of ber election. Otherwise, many meeting scheduled for today until and friends. !,

studies dealing with the subject U. S. taxpayers' funds.D. Andrew Johnson was not reelected the world. the delegates to the 'Republican Republicans may also refrain a later date. The new date The family and friends are

of how to control the pop- R (Billy) Matthews vot !" But that power must be National Convention held from voting for either Mr. will be in the Gainesville Sun. to meet at the cemetery aJ:4f I

ulation when the United Slates ed to support Senate Bill 777, It could happen, come No used prudently and wisely last month in San Francisco. Keating or Bobby Kennedy. if p.m. for the services. Hughes

is policed by a UN police Senators Smathers and vember. and not thoughtlessly in trig- There is no senatorial primary the latter is the Democratic ANNOUNCEMENT & Chestnut Funeral Home ia \

force of foreign nations. Holland voted for the Senate _____l_& OBSERVER gar-happy conquests. in New York State, so candidate in New York State. The pre anniversary of, the charge._ .___ __ t


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f r THE TODAY, August 21 lliA1ARKETSI I
f fAfflIL Y Y"Ruth Rehearsal dinner honoringthe i

Post Jennings wedding I I II m l I ''I

*= "..:.:- '": party, North Central Baptist K'N,? II
mer-Women'l! Editor t a .. Church dining hall. 1 M(N I Tk..Maarars... ..IIA I ?

," Buffet supper and linen v0
shower complimenting Miss
r v e i4 i-
ABOUT Nancy Pepper bride elect of '
PEOPLE _ I t= -
_
4- John Carswell, Hazelwood, _
N. C., at the Perry Beard
'Visiting the Kenneth Smalls for a week are their daughter home, 832 NW 22nd Street. OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!
Mrs.: Gordon Price, Mr. Price and their children, Stephen, Rehearsal dinner honoring '
9, David, 6\2, and Susan, 19 months old, of Jacksonville. Miss Gloria Ann Knight and HEW LOW PRICES
; ya ii4 y
The two families will celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Price aS i' q ; 4'(4 Henry Matthew Rodger?, 6:30
and Stephen'on Sunday. p.m., Mrs. A. J. Harvey hostess PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
: ) lb at her home, 2207 NW GAINESVILLE STORES
Stan McIntosh, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'P. R. McIntosh, will Twentieth Street.SATURDAY 1234 NW 16th Are. 1023 SE 4th A"e.
leave next week for Santa Ana, Calif., where he will teach $ 3725 W. Unix. Avt. 3S09 E. Unir. Avt
high school mathematics next year. He returned recently froma 'r ITo August 22 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW Hth Brvd"

trip to California, where he visited his brother Bob and'family k_. _=,_ _....___,_- 'AOOOV- "'_>T'-k_....___ Lunch eon complimentingMiss 4105 NW 13th St.
ALACHUA Corner lit St. &441
in Santa Barbara. En route home he stopped in Dallas honor Miss Dorian Post whose marriage to Donald Jennings of Chatta- Jane Ann Baughan, HIGH SPRINGS: : 3rd Av.. NW &M.in
with his twin brother, Stuart, and family. nooga, Tenn., will take place Sunday afternoon in the North Central Baptist bride-elect of Lt. George WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
Stuart, his wife, the former Sandy Blodgett, of Gainesville, Church, a miscellaneous shower' was given last night. Pictured above with Miss Wayne Arnau of Jacksonville,
and their baby daughter, Anne, were guests of the Mclntoshes Post, center, are left to right, Mrs. W. G. Johnson and Mrs. G. E. Robinson, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. Karl R.
in July. hostesses; Mrs. Warren Post mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. W. N. Allenof Owens, Mrs. Karl R. OwensJr. ALL BRANDS King Size -

Chattanooga, mother of the bridegroom-elect. The party took place at the ., Mrs. Robert Rowe, Mrs.L. Filters Regulars
Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey of Homestead will be weekend Robinson home.What's. K. Midgette and Miss Dale

guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Henry Turner, and Mr. Midgette, Gainesville Golf CIGARETTESCarton
Turner. Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Jay Rice and Mrs. Barton Thrasher and Country Club.
Sr. recently spent a week in North Carolina in Winston- / Behind Trend Wedding of Miss Gloria Ann
Salem, Waynesville and Maggie Valley. Knight, daughter of Mrs. Joe
L. Knight Sr., and Henry

Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waters this week are the Matthew Rodgers, son of Mr.
latter's mother, Mrs. Edith Martin, and also her cousin, Mrs. Of Trousers For Women? and Mrs. James M. Rodgers, $269

Daisy Golden, both of Atlanta. They will leave Sunday for 3:30: p.m., Advent Christian
their Church. Reception following
homes. JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP Norell's that other
By wore pants prompted Laver to speak up.I
at the home of the bride'smother.
Fashion Writer American designers took to tailoring The trousers trend does not
Following extensive travels, Mrs. W. K. Mitchell is NEW YORK (AP) Para- them too, for travel, or contradict this vogue, he said .
i now home. She attended the Florida State University Seminarfor doxically, while Frenchmen glo- anything. in effect, because women are

Distinguished Alumnae held in mid-July in Tallahassee. ry in la difference, French couturiers i subconsciously playing down GOLDEN RIPE
From there she went to Pensacola, then on to Mobile, to visit it their
it.
are diminishing by Then in Paris these last few sex by demystifying
her daughter, Mrs. Robert Camp, Mr. Camp and their children decreeing trousers and more weeks, Andre Courreges, Pierre. *
Louis, Ann, Eleanor and
Phillip. BANANASFULL
trousers for women. Cardin, Jacques Esterel, Coco "Females can't find a dominant
Earlier in the summer she was the guest of her sister, During fashion in _
a year Chanel, Balenciaga almost male anymore, is the reason
Mrs. Martin Heidekruger and mother Mrs. Jacob Hazlinger which also is the
near-nudity every couturier but a stubborn why women are the
h in Melbourne. After a trip to Nassau aboard the Bahama Star, wearing uarmaaelU
sociologists, fashion i ?
vogue young Yves St. Laurent long pants, in the opinion of
she visited'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bass, of Miami. Mrs. Mitchell historians, and designers too,
forth tight-legged, or
brought Michigan State University sociologist Ass't. Cold Cuts 1 10' LB.
spent several hours her
home
on way at the Seminole Indian the
are pondering significanceof bell-bottomed
hip-slung or high- David Gottlieb. and Cheese Cut J
Reservation in the Everglades, where she was given the name I this masculine
seemingly waisted, creased or creaseless, The to Order. Also a ;
"Heart of the Dove," and made an honorary ogre destroying masculinity Variety of Salads
collections
squaw. trend in the Paris in fabric from
I long pants every
he contends, is modern society's To Go.
IIWIIWWJnUllUllllllllJllllllllItBIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIJllIIIHlnI n nHl1! .....-.. I just introduced.A flannel to lace. worshipfulness of the organization HALF
the dean of American QUART
year ago
In London, fashion historian man with his clean
couturiers Norman Norell, James Laver told a trade publication fingernails and white collar.
created tweed trouser suits "fortravel" TOPPCOLA
: "He smells nice, never
only. "It is typical of a matri- sweats, only perspires, and sur-
GMwd Their success prompted him archy, when the sexes get renders his young s ons to a
to add to his collectionthis
more
1 "
very close together in clothes, world of females.
season, even though he ad-
that women being,the bread.
mits he personally is not fond
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[,Teamsters Backing Hoffa- ,' .I I Breaks Skirmish#Out Drought Is Cutting Crop Output:: ..


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Until Appeals Exhausted. WASHINGTON' (AP)' low last year's record high. farmers in 617 counties in 26 livestock prices and possible

In CyprusNICOSIA Spre ding and deepening Vital pasture for livestock is states permission to graze and overcrowding of marketing and

drought conditions are raising being damaged. Soc are such cut what little hay there is on processing facilities.The .

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) "very gratifying to me. It is pos- cago. He has been sentenced to Cyprus (AP) Re- serious threats to crop production -crops as corn, sorghum grain, land that had been retired from drought is having a serious

The Teamsters Union executive itive, living proof of.no, dissen- a total of 13 years. newed fighting between Greek and farm income in many i soybeans cotton and sugar production under government impact on milk 'production

council says it will stick by sion in this union." Hoffa said the statement had and Turkish Cypriots, and a parts of the country. Higher beets. payment programs. in some areas. The departmentis

President James'R. Hoffa while Harold Gibbons, who resignedlast ,nothing to do with the controversy -government charge that Turkish prices of some foods could re There.is no likelihood, however Department officials are con- expected to take emergency

he appeals two convictions on December as a top personalaide I about who is going to pay planes flew over Cyprus, threa- sult. ; that production will be reduced -cerned that if the dry weather action soon to increase producer

federal charges.A to Hoffa but remained as a his legal expenses. He said he tened today to shatter the shaky Without doubt, volume will enough create any national -continues much longer in areas prices of milk in 13 metropolitan

statement issued by the union vice president, ,read the :expected that issue to be settledin truce on this Mediterranean is- fall considerably below the shortage.The where cattle are dependent on marketing areas in Missouri Illinois

council Thursday after a closed statement to newsmen. He said court. More than 500 rank- land. Agriculture Department's Aug. department is speeding grass there could be a heavy liquidation Arkansas, Kentucky

session said Hoffa was innocent he saw no significance in the 'and-file members have filed suit 1 forecast that crop production I emergency aid to many farmers. of herds, with a consequent -Texas, Tennessee, and Missis
No casualties were reportedin will be less than 1 per cent be- It already has granted tumble in cattle and other
until he has exhausted his legal omission of any declaration of :seeking recovery .of union mon- the fighting Thursday near : sippi. .

rights and that the union woulddo 'confidence.The ey spent for Hoffa's defense. Ktima in southwest r
to deprive him of meeting was the first for The Cyprus.
nothing I' i executive council statement Shooting between the.communal Great LakesSuffering
these rights. the council since Hoffa was con- said, "We, recognize that
factions lasted about
The statement did not say! victed of attempted jury tampering 'the welfare of this union must of U.N. spokesman said.an hour a Red China Wins Skirmish

what would happen if the convictions in Chattanooga, Tenn., necessity take precedence over

'are upheld. I and of conspiracy to defraud the!the personal interests of any Turkish reconnaissance

Hoffa said the statement was I Teamsters pension fund in Chi- single individual in it. flights were reported in the I

I "However, there are larger KokkinaMansoura area where From Thirst With Russia in Long FeudAn

obligations upon us, and one of two weeks, ago ,Greek Cypriot:I

FREE PONY RIDES these ,is to extend to each individual advances on Turkish positions By SEYMOUR M. HERSH -

I his fullest constitutional triggered retaliatory air strikesby CHICAGO- (AP) The pros AP News AnalysisBy Early in 1963 at Moshi, Tan- sians. It seemed pretty much a

rights,as a citizen and a mem- Turkey.A perous Great ,Lakes region, WILLIAM L. RYAN ganyika, the Chinese, apparently draw. Then, in September, the
KIDS SATURDAYFree AP
FOR ber."We U.N.- sponsored ceasefirehas playland and workland of the Special CorrespondentThe with unlimited money at their Russians tried to ram throughan
therefore subscribe Red Chinese have won an disposal, tried to seize control of
to of their
I been in effect since the Midwest, is suffering a multi- approval partial nuclear -
pony rides will be offered nual Quarterhorse Show, which the firm belief that general Turkish assaults. million-dollar thirst. Water important round against the an Asian-African meeting, and test ban treaty. They were

to all interested chiidren tomorrow will be held here Sept. 5 and 6. president James R. Hoffa levels are at record lows. balked and frustrated Soviet had a fierce clash with the Rus- defeated in a meeting of the sol

at the Gainesville Shop should be afforded his full rightsto Turkey had agreed to suspendits Communists in a battle over idarity organization at Nicosia,
tribute
until Also, as they put it, the Junior The lack of water, who calls the shots Communists
ping Center from noon appeal his convictions in reconnaissance missions but among Cyprus.
there are no more takers, the Deputies will give everyone the lower and Insist warned that to: subnormal precipitation since of Asia and Africa.
courts attacks
we new
by In
the
1960 has boosted the cost of I April, group held another -
Alachua County Sheriff's Office who makes a $1 donation a that he not be deemed guilty until -: Greek Cypriots would lead to values Moscow virtually has thrown People In '
shipping, reduced property preparatory meeting in In-
in the towel
chance to win "Apache, one of aft-
says. he has exhausted these their If I
appeal resumption. the flights and killed off wildlife and donesia. Soviet participation
Sheriff Joe Crevasse's depu- the ponies being ridden at the rights, which are granted I over the northwest coast were er a long strug--
was proposed.
fishing. i I Russian-hating
shopping center. The winning made gle to force its AnalysIs: The NewsPHILADELPHIA
to all citizens. by Turkish airplanes
ties will have seven ponies at I ticket will be drawn at 3 p.m. take 'the Greek as The U. S. Army Corps of Eng- way into the What The Chinese Foreign Minister Chen
wish Cypriot
to
"Accordingly, we government -
the shopping center for children Sept. 6 at the Quarter Horse I ineers recently added to the Com m u n i s tNews (AP) Yi engineered the burial of that
this means to assure our membership charges, they would be the first
proposal and the Russians
to ride. Show. 10 i gloom when it predicted that backed Asian- ) Eunice Kennedy Shriver, sisterof were
and the general public in days. leans
water levels would continue to AfrIcan solIdar- the late President furious. They took their case directly
Meanwhile, the Alachua Coun- Proceeds from the show go to that no action will be taken to I Kennedy,
The sudden visit here until 1965. The i has been to Asian and African gov-
of drop at least engineers ity organ z a- hospitalized in Phila-
will be sell- the Florida Sheriff's
ty Junior Deputies Boys deprive him of such rights in '
Greek Defense Minister Petros said only Lake Superior, Uon. delphia, but the University of ernments with special mes-
ing $1 tickets to the Ninth An- Ranch. any way. '3aroufalias roused speculation.. will not be drastically affected.; The outcome has important Pennsylvania Hospital says her sages.

He. said Thursday night after: Water levels dipped sharplythis meaning for Asia. Peking has condition is satisfactory.Her They have just done this

arriving from Athens that he summer. Lakes Michiganand enjoyed considerable success in husband Sargent Shriver again, in what appears an at-

r ---l would speak with President Huron now have their low. keeping the door to Asian com director of the U.S. Peace tempt to go over the heads of

I Makarios and inspect Greece's est levels since records were munism closed to the Soviet Un Corps, said he did not know the delegations whose Communist

1.1 950-man army contingent, basedon started in 1860 and Lakes On- ion. This means the Russians exact nature of his wife's ill- members seem to be in the

I the island under the 1960 tario and Erie levels are dose have little influence, for exam I ness. A spokesman for the hose hands of the Chinese."It .

treaty which granted indepen- to 30-year-old records. pie on what takes place in aI pital said tests were being is obvious that if some

dence to Cyprus. The problems caused by lower powder keg situation such as made. forces, proceeding from their

I the SUN There were rumors, however, water levels are gainfully obvious Viet Nam. Mrs. Shriver, 43, became ill at factional goals, do not wish the
that Garoufalias had come to to tourists and lakeside The Kremlin, with little Philadelphia's International Soviet Union to attend the conference -

i persuade Makarios to reject an dwellers. Beaches are longer choice, had to bow out as gracefully Airport as she was about to ," the Soviet message

-. offer of Soviet military aid, often it's a challenge to wade as possible. To insist upon board a plane for Boston after fumed, "this harms the national -
ALACHUA GENERAL Mrs. Beverly Wingenba c h., William L. Mooney, William J. pledged in case of a Turkish at- into water deep enough for being recognized as an Asian liberation movement."
visiting a city day for
.: August 20,1964BIRTHS Benjamin Frazier. Jones Ernest M. Griffis Mat. tack. A Greek Cypriot delegation -swimming and docks and nation and then be voted down children. She camp is execu-retarded The "national liberation

August 18,1961BIRTHS thew Moore, Mrs. Vera Clyatt, was expected to depart piers are exposed to rot and de by a Red Chinese majority tive vice president of the Joseph' movement" is Communist lan

Mr. and Mrs. David Burton, Walter McLean, Mrs. Joyce soon for Moscow for talks on the would have been painful.The P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation, guage for revolutionary move-

:3301 SE 27th Ave. a boy; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Polsen, McCallum. subject. cay.Receding shore lines have fight concerned who which contributes money to the ments in underdeveloped countries -

-and Mrs. Joseph Hough, 2201 419 NW 25th St., a girl; Mr. POLICE, FIRE REPORT ruined thousands of acres that would participate in a confer camp. subject to seizure by the

NE 15th St., a boy; Mr. and and Mrs. Roy McMichen, 202 Accident Turnabout once were natural habitats for ence planned by the organization Communists.
'Mrs. James Birchfield Ala- SE 39th Dr. boy Mr. and Roundup for March. The first
a ; officials the next Evidently Red China, North
Involved in accidents wildfowl. Game say NEW YORK (AP) Hope
: chua, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.William Hartt, 726 NW reportedby such conference. was held at Korea, North Viet Nam, the
the Gainesville Police Department INDIANAPOLIS Ind. (AP) whole wildlife chain has been Cooke, the onetime New York
f' Cleveland Hatch, Alachua, a 19th Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs.! Bandung, Indonesia, in 1955, Japanese Communists and others
Lakes.
and Alachua C o unty Attorney Joseph Woods has fileda disrupted in the Great socialite who now is the mahar-
-boy_ ; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jackson Alchus Hamilton, Rt. 1, Box Sheriff's Office in the 24 $125 damage claim against the Higher rates have lost some and the Russians attended. ani of Sikkim, has come hometo ganged up on the .Russians
past
732 NW 23rd Blvd. a boy. 118, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Moscow says the Chinese opposed If Moscow invited
hours were: city charging a policeman shipping business. show off her new baby. were they
ADMITTED Weise, Cross City AFS, scratched his auto while writingout Corn from Iowa and Illinoisno the Russians on racial would refuse to attend the meeting -
Lonnie Brock, Mrs. Patricia Cross City, a girl. Rev. George L. Kirkland 3811 a traffic ticket. longer is shipped on the grounds[ and even pictured the The maharani arrived in New and there would be no solidarity -
SW 20th St., and Paul A. York Thursday. It was the first
:English, Ricky Hardee, Cory ADMITTED Woods said a ring worn by patrolman Great Lakes. Now it is divertedto U.S.S.R. as if it were in the meeting.The .
Woods. Jacksonville about time; she had been in the United
one
( Young, Ralph Benton, Mrs. Mrs. Minnie Lou McMichen, William Clark nicked New Orleans and other Gulf same category as "colonial Russians lost, and they
mile SW of Gainesville SW States since she married
.Doris Jackson Travis Strother, (Vernice E. Brock, Michael I on his windshield.By of Mexico ports. power with possessions_ Asia the know it.
Kim Scott Vera Nol- 20th St. at 5:30: p.m. yesterday. maharajah four years ago. The I
Mrs. Mary Burton Carl y n Margaret I and Africa. That stung badly.Trying --- -- -- --
Goff Lee Dennison, Lee ,Johnson an, Ruby Mae Tillis, Leslie Donald W. Felder, 217 NW to make the best of it, maharajah arrives today. They I
Thomas Stancel, Mrs. Perry Patricia Hamilton Don 19th Lane, and K. M. Brown, Storms Florida Moscow sent messages to Asian took separate planes as a safety!

Jeanette Smith, Edward Sil--aId Earl Pryor, Mrs. Ina Ellis, city motorcycle patrolman, at Sweep and African governments, saying measure to protect the dynastyof AtJi

bernagel, John Thomas Linnie Bertha Kite, Thelma A. Hill, N. Main and 10th Ave. at 7:11 "the Soviet Union cannot allow Sikkim. I

Beck, Kittie Yoder Mrs. Gloria -Mrs. Gladys Shadburn, Golda p.m. yesterday. Bringing Death DamageHeavy the question of its invitationto Today, the maharani and her.

King John Sims, Mrs. Alice M. Chipps Pamela Spache Monte E. Cleveland, 414 NE. be embarrassing for Afro- 6-month-old son, Prince Palden

Hough, Martha Davis, all of Willie Wiley Mrs. Bernice 2nd St., and W. E. Thompson, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS winds raked Miami I Asian countries, and especiallyits will fly to Seal Harbor, Maine,.I

Gainesville; Terry Pridgeon, Cults, all of Gainesville; Wing- 920 NW 20th St., at 6:05: p.m. Violent electrical storms strik- during a thunderstorm, breaking use by anyone for sowing to visit Mrs. Selden Chapin, her I
Cross City; Phyllic Decks, Lu- enbach, Melrose; Mrs. Char- yesterday in the 900 block of some shop windows, knocking discord among them." aunt and former guardian.
lu; Mrs. Mary Kite, Haw leen Ann Weise Cross City NW 20th St. I ing at Florida caused one death down some lines, and Moscow bowed out. I

thorne; Betty Butler, Wellborn; AFS; Mrs. Shirley Jean Bar Louis J. Scarpuzzi, Rt. 4, and and considerable property damage ripping awnings power from stores and The message said Moscow ZERMATT, Switzerland (AP)I

William Clyatt, Lulu; Mrs. ton, Keystone Heights; Ruby Dexter N. Webb, 200 Clearlake Thursday. Rain was recorded homes. didn't take the initiative in raising -- Robert S. McNamara, secre-

Vera Bardin, Canal Point; Orville Amanda Grissom, Williston; Drive, in the 1800 block of Haw- at nearly every station in Miami forecaster Gil Clark the question of its attendance tary of defense, said today he
Forden, Williston; Don- Nelda Nan Harnage, Hawthorne -thorne Rd. at 5:04 will climb the Matterhorn Sat
: p.m. yester the state. said four inches of rain was recorded in. the first place. Perhaps -
ald Dekle, Lake City; Mark ; Roberta McCray New- urday, weather permitting.
in 48 minutes by the it didn't but the Kremlin NOTEBOOKPAPER
Santi, Ocala. berry; Ossie Lee Salyers, Haw. day.Harold James 13 fell into
Arrington, ,
thorne William Martin White E. Riggs, Sanford and Weather Bureau gauge at his obviously wanted an invitation, I McNamara has been trainingall
2 DISCHARGED Lochloosa; Brenda Sue Pow-, Zeenia Durham, 710 NW 8th St., a flooded drainage ditch and home. The total was 1.50 at the and complained the Red Chinese week to climb the 14,701-foot
Victoria Arnold, Roy Cruce ; 'at NW 6th St. and 3rd Ave. at drowned during a storm at Tal- Miami airport and 1.19 at the blocked it by "a dishonest mountain. He made the ascent I
ers, Newberry; Gross L. Still, I Best Price
Mrs. Dorothea Morse, Alb e r t "
Williston. 2:26: p.m. yesterday. lahassee. The fast-moving cur Bayfront Park gauge. game. several years ago. I
:Massey Mrs. Shilu C. Chandir- Four inches fell at This battle has raged a long Best Selection
one spot The
Rhebin DISCHARGEDMrs. Maybelle W. Benton, 106 NW rent carried his body two miles secretary's teen-age son:
Mrs. Pearl
amena, 12th Ter., and William C. :near Tampa Bay in 90 minutes.A time. The Soviets date it to 1962 and a Swiss guide are to I
"Mrs. Gladys Fort and son, Leona Rollings w o rth, before police.recovered it. go
CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT
waterspout off Stu- and what they call "the tragic
Thompson Valdosta, Ga., at S. was seen along on the climb.
Mrs. Clarre Feaster, Mrs. Bet- Mrs. Ellen P. Barlar RobertE. I
Main St. and 1st Ave. at 10:10 conflict on the frontiers" between CO.,
and Mrs. Beckham Mrs. Jeanette art.At "
tey Dampier son, a.m. yesterday.A Treasure Lake Worth, lightningstruck Red China and India, and The University of Florida Li-! Inc.
Judy Brownette ,and son, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Mary E. Hulette, .
a home and sent a flashof Red China's "narrow national-
is
brary of 36 libraries
Mary Bryan, Lee Earl Kunt, Mrs. Deanna Roland and daughter parked auto owned by Or- one in.the 106 W. University
Andersonand kin Exterminating Co. and an current: along the telephone< ism. I nation with more than
Leeward
Robert Smith Frank Tadlock, Mrs. Hunt Okayed line the of -- PHONE FR 2-8421
burning fingers
an --- ----
volumes. I
Missouri Ergle, Cory Young, son, Mrs. Nordice Carmichael -unknown driver in a parkinglot I I,000,000
occupant.
Ricky Hardee Allen Vestal, and son, Mrs. Bessie at 528 N. Main St., at 7:20 TALLAHASSEE (AP) The, Some traffic signals were i

Ralph Benton, Terry Pridgeon, Kennedy Mrs. Lindle Holder ;a.m. yesterday. Florida Cabinet has granted sal-i knocked out by the storm during WE GOT LAWN OWNERSATTENTION

firms to hunt the evening rush hour at
vage permission
7-Year-Old Boy Left Naked StarvingIn for sunken treasures in four Miami and numerous autombile I
!
I counties: Monroe St. Lucie, Indian accidents were reported. I H I SO Bill

River and Martin.
Room by Miami Parents Since 1961 Air Conditioning I 'CAUSE WE

The Cabinet hopes to tighten BY KILL
I MIAMI (AP-Police) rescued not at home when police were apartment in a building of 15 supervision of treasure huntingto FEDDERS CHARGE SO LITTLEr

-a naked, starving 7 year old at the apartment. II units most packed with big make sure it receives its fair,I I Add central air conditioning to rent a car from i '

Negro boy Thursday night froma Later, Mrs. Wilson returned families. share, 25 per cent of everythingfound. hot air central heating Or .CONO-CA
dark, foul smelling room and told a Miami News reporter I The other children were taken I I have both installed at big Army Worms

here he had been imprisonedfor that she had kept the boy lockedup into custody by juvenile author- I savingi. frOI'll3!L
three ities. Permits were granted to. FREE ESTIMATES -
years.Screaming since 1961 because "it just
Research CALL Sod Web Worms
World-Wide Treasure
and shielding eyes wasn't safe for that little boy to The apartment had a bath I Gas Oil Insurance All Included
sensitive to light the boy, Dar- run loose." but the tub was filled with Inc., of Marathon, to explore in I I Ray French's NO DROP CHARGETO with
rell Wilson was rushed to Jack trash and obviously unused. Monroe County; Armada Research JAX AIRPORT
"If he outside he would
was AIR "
CONDITIONING and ----
son Memorial Hospital in an pick up a knife and cut himselfor Mrs. Wilson told the News Corp., of Wabasso, to HEATING SERVICE .I OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL .
I that Darrell had been explore in Monroe County; Rob- Phone FR 6.3644 ORTHO
714
ambulance. He was reported something," she said. "If he seen reg- N.W. 23rclllyci. 2-3705 ij i
ert J. Jernigan of Fort Pierce to j .
of
suffering from rickets, a childhood was inside, he would pick ularly by a representative '
up the Dade Welfare Department explore in Martin, St. Lucie and
disease brought-on by mal something and throw it at us." County I Army Worm SprayFLORIDA
I nutrition. and that a visiting Indian River; and Albert Ash j

,Referring to the neighbor'scomplaint Negro nurse was there only a ley,. James Gordy and Ken
Robert Weimer, county juvenile r
:
she said
"Someoneis
in St. Lucie.
week to explore
ago. Gordy EAVES j\
officer went to the apartment trying to do me in. They are
house to answer a com- lies about "
spreading
me. : _
plaint by neighbors and found The boy she said, was fed, CASH ASSISTANCEoffered 1 qt. 195
GETTING i PEST
the boy locked in the room. regularly "the same as the rest I RT14O

The only furnishing was a of us." Food was passed to him GARDEN Covers

bedspring and mattress. through a- hole knocked in the: ': [ ,

There was no electric light door panel I ( % DAUBEEbJ CENTER -. ,8,000 Ft.
<- fixture in the room. In the daytime Mrs. Wilson said she has' EMPLOYED I

a dim, light filtered three other children and is expecting \ I 20 N.W. 16thAvenue With
-through dingy windows. another in October. The WOMENDid I
I
An uncle, identified as Clyde family lives in a two-bedroom Mud dauber nests spider webs and other pests con IJ J ResultsApplied'
.'.'Minnis 34, was jailed on a, you know you can ruin a new point; job in a short time. FPC's pest eon .1.1I I
charge of contributing to the now get a personal loon trot service eon stop this problem.- Regular eove spray I
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'DEAR ABBY Last Saturday I attended my cousin's and have no interest in her or her activities. How can I WHLJT KIND BALL AH HAH 'T GONNA F / -' STOP
'ding. It was a beautiful wedding, held in our church. a stop to it without creating a family fight? KIN THEY BE PLAYIM*? ; WEAR rr'!! AH'D BE_
ing the ceremony the minister told the bride and groom NO FIGHTER K3U WILL pa LAUGHED OUTA OU !
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hoped that they would keep up their spiritual NO: Ten your sister-in-law you want no more news THE BALL// n AH'LU WEAR,
with the church. Then he started bawling out all the husband's "X." If she persists, X her off your list CSC r,1 r i'y IT/.' ;
because they came to church only when they wanted M I

service performed, such as a marriage or a christening, ABBY: Please tell me if I am "square" because I q
that they never bothered about Sunday morning services. having a waitress, who is supposed to be serving us, 1i d
-made....the guests very uncomfortable. Do you think this on my husband's shoulder, paw him, and sit down and PARK
the proper time for the minister to have brought up us while we are dining out. I flatly refused to dine at that R 1h sal ? .. \ Y 9l+yQrZ.
subject? What was the matter with him anyway? again. I created a crisis, but I felt justified. My l 1THEY'RE i fa taa: P.

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DEAR DISGUSTED: He was probably captivated by up with that sort of monkey business. Am I wrong to
captive audience. Forgive him, for it shall be said that that my husband is not on the bargain counter and
minister becomes sorely wearied of a depleted flock. want pawed-over merchandise?
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DEAR ABBY: I am married to a man who divorced
N. M. S.: Don't blame the waitress. No man has
first wife on the grounds of adultery. All this took place BLESS HOW COME VETO HE'S TH'GOODEST i.r'NI6HT
everything that is dished out to him. Your husband I' ?
fore I met him.. For some reason, which I have never I COME TO SEE IF SNUFFY YORE PICK OUT MY WATCHER
able to figure out my husband's sister has kept her helpless. If he didn't want to be leaned on, pawed over Ig WOULD TAKE OVER MY BONES MAN SNUFFY? I KNOW

ship with my husband's "X". joined, he could discourage it. I don't know where you NIGHT-WATCHMAN JOB CALEB"FR
What really irritates me is having my sister-in-law bring ," but I have yet to see a waitress take the liberties you A WEEK.LOWEEZY
my husband's "X" in every conver ation. I've never met C/D rI.4
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Friday Evening talks with Thomas, who events. Bud Palmer re er, as filmed by veteran Irc % f I
5:00: Q Best of Groucho helped create the Law ports. comedy director Leo Mc- \ b8 / _
O Adventures in rence of Arabia legend O Invisible Man Carey, traces the adventures D c:wd
Paradise and shows rare newsreel ':00 O News, Weather, of a civicmindedhousewife f
O Movie: footage of T. E. Lawrence. Sports who sends her vH 50o
"The Great Gildersleeve." Bennett performs the clergyman O Fishing Fun husband to complain to e \)

Harold Peary, Jane Dar routine from last CD News, Sports the Pentagon when their Q
well. season's Broadway show 1:15 O News, Weather, suburban community is >
5:25 Q Moments in Sports "Beyond the Fringe. Sports chosen as the site of a
5:30 Q Newscope O Alfred Hitchcock 6:30 O Password-Allen "top secret" project. Paul b8
5:55 O (Color) Local News, "The Gentleman Caller" Ludden Newman, Joanne Wood

Weather, Sports who's been visiting elder- Singer Paul Anka and actress ward, Joan Collins, Jack -; TTCANZ WHEN EMERGENCY SAYS GUESS WHAT? PONT COUNT>N IT/FROM THIN
6:30 O B O News ly eccentric Emmy Riceis Marjorie Lord are Carson, Dwayne Hickman, IMMEDIATELY THEY USUALLY, DONSANTELL'S .LOOKS OF HIM,WONT MM
f CITY HOSPITAL WANTSlNISH MEAN IT MELISSA', IN ONE/ SHAPETOSINGFORAWQNTH
7:00 Q Silent Service youthful Gerald Mus- the celebrity guests. Tuesday Weld. YOU IN EMERGENCY J YOUR I'D BETTER GET )f AND I HAD NOT THE /
"The S-38 Story." During grove, a professional safe- CD Flintstones 9:30 O Summer Playhouse"An IMMEDIATELY REXI DINNER OVER THEREff t SUCH A NICE DON 5ANTELL?Nrt'
cracker. "The Kissing Burglar" is Apartment in Rome"is THERE BEEN AN DESSERT BOYFRIEND5TAPONG
the Japanese invasion of ACCIDENT/ rI FOR YOU! ME TO HEAR HIM
,. the Dutch East Indies the 11:00 O 0 D News operating Bedrock, and the happy home of a ,. ..TOAAQRROWNK3HT
S-38 attempts to rescue 11:25 O Movie: Double Wilma complains to Fred young American girl and ? / :
survivors of a British de Feature that she'll never get to her artist husband. But 0k 4 ,. I : r
stroyer. Steve Brody, Pat 1. "Duck Soup." (Comedy meet the larcenous lover they learn that the girl's 1 e'r
Waltz. ; 1933) Freedonia, a -they don't own anything aunt plans to visit them, 1
, O Death Valley Days mysterical land, is threat worth stealing. Voices and they wonder how to r< 'I7IILlcT P
B Glenn Reeves ened by revolution. A Fred: Alan Reed. Wilma keep their Bohemian waysa
7:30 O International Show man, Rufus T. Firefly, and Gladys: Jean Vander secret. Written by producer 1 t
Time is hired as dictator so Pyl. Barney and Punchy: Sol Saks. Susan Oliver / 1
p TI
"The New Vienna Ice that the revolution may Mel Blanc. Allen Case, Howard
Show", taped in Innsbruck be put down. The Four O News Sander St. John, Lurene Tuttle,
Skaters do a min Marx Brothers (Groucho, Vanocur 10:00 O GunsmokeWesternJessie I I UIT LOOKS LIKE I Oti NO. DEAR SOMETIMES ITS 1
I uet, a hat dance, a satiric Chico, Harpo, and Zeppo.) 7:00 O Circus Boy. Ott and his preg- lMILLIONAIRES V CAN MARRYJUSTABOUT M05T THEIR GIRLS HEARTS LET A HANDICAPFOR THE MAN WHEN?
2. "Man Without a Body." Adventure nant wife are on their 1DECIDE WHICH TO HAVE l
tango and a Spanish num. %
1 WMOEV MAN THEY L.LMARRY I .1 A MILLION
bet that develops into a (Melodrama; 1957) A financier ,"The Fortune Teller." The way to Dodge City when .HEY w SR DOLLARS
twist. Clowning routines afflicted with a circus folk take the read- their horse is injured and
and a mock bullfight are brain tumor wants to ings of a fortune teller se they are left stranded on CQ
also seen. Don Ameche is have the brain of Nostradamus riously. Corky: Micky the prairie. The sudden >- Fig Lt4t
the host. transplanted into Braldock. appearance of Dean Beard a .;av ti l
O Great Adventure his head. George Coulouris O Jimmy Strickland doesn't improve matters I
"The Pathfinder." In the Robert Hutton, Julie CD CombatDrama"The either because Beard
; : winter of 1844, Lt. John Arnall. Short Day of Private just isn't interested in :
: C. Fremont and scout Kit 11:30 O ID Johnny Carson Putnam." Replace- helping them. Dillon: .3
Carson lead- their survey Guests include George ment Putnam is anxiousto James Arness. Chester:
: team over-,the High Sierras JesseL keep a few facts from Dennis Weaver. Doc: Mil- 't8-2l
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: and down into Mex 1:00 D Broadway Goes Latin his buddies for one .1 burn Stone. Kitty: Amanda --
: ican-held California Pat Suzuki is Edmundo thing, he's interested in Blake.
: where Mexican soldiers Ros's guest. Selections botany; and another, 11:00 O Detectives-Police UE JUST PHONE tK FROM ALL ABOARD,BABY NCl CLUBS ARE Sint'VICTORY
: display a hostility that include "You Belong to he's only 15 yearsold. "Razor's Edge." Russo is PULLED INTO THE THE MOTELHON -,-', SPECIAL IN THE PRD-SHOP,
: .: drives-Fremont's: weary My Heart" and "Taboo." Saunders: Vic Mor werried: his wife is in GOSH,PAT5YrD now,NOW, COPELAND! DRNEDON'T HIM KEEP -WHEN WU GET OH TRACK ONE! U !-WE\l HAVE TO
: group to seek refuge on SATURDAY row. Kirby: Jack Hogan. the hospital for a serious E'y PLANNED TO TAKE TIME THAT CANT PATRICIA YOU UNDERSTAND WOULD WAITINGTHERE/ STOP THERE
and operation and his Phil OFF AND DRIVE YOU TO FOR BUST AMINUTE
,
Johan Sutter's 150,000- Morning Afternoon Doc: Conlan Carter. Caje: son RATHER GO WITH rF
acre empire. 7:00 IB Union Pacific Pierre Jalbert, Littlejohn: is arrested for reckless O CAPITOL MY5ELF1 CITY TONIGHT SOMEONE HER OWN -
(B Destry 7:05 O Humanities C-52 Dick Peabody. Nelson: driving. But Russo drawsan AGE?
"Blood Brother-in-Law." 7:30 O Sunday School Forum Tom Lowell. Hanley: Rick assignment, and duty
After he receives a blood D Comedy Capers Jason. calls. Holbrook: Robert
: transfusion from Jethro 1:00 O Across the Fence 7:30 0 Ueutenant-Drama Taylor. Russo: Tige An-
Jellico, Destry automati O Captain Kangaroo "Alert!" Rice's courtshipof drews. Lindstrom: Rus- i r 1
cally if inadvertently CD Rocky and His a well-to-do young ladyis sell Thorson. Ballard: -4K
I gets involved in a clan Friends interrupted by a battle Mark Goddard. Lisa: Ur-
I feud. Destry: John Gavin. 1:30 O Robin Hood alert, and this time it's sula Thiess. Phil: Richard ::
8:30 O Route M B (Color) Popeye and not a drill. Rice: Gary Evans. Li"HOW a
"The Opponent." Johnny Bozo Lockwood. Ramb rI d g e: 11:10 O CD News, Sports, -
Copa, a one-time boxing 9:00 Q Supercar Robert Vaughn. Harris: Weather
great, is now making his O Alvin Don Penny. 11:30 O Movie-Comedy t IS SMAK1/ FLOP I CAN'T wHYYEScctoNL wr WISH VW VWIP SPRING
9:30 Q D (Color) Ruff and "Poppy." (1936)) A carnival Iz DOING WITH THc fKETCHOP REACH HIM/ CANYON.' WE HAVE HIM-HE EATING UP
living by throwing fights. O
Lucy.Desl-Comedy 8 STEVIE B NIKITTFN! THE FURTIVE FOR BY BLOPP Ill CUSTODY OM CUJt BJP6ETF0R: PRISONER
Buz: George Maharis. ReddyO On this rerun, the late barker and his daughter C t -IILI,DOODLY,f cLosED-ClzcVIT TV AT SM PHONE.D A TRESPASS CHARGE FEEC1hG. HASN'T1IATBU/
Tod: Martin Milner. Tennessee Tuxedo Ernie Kovacs and Edie turn up in a small THE FAIR? -I GOT.HIM HAP A FULL MEAL$!N'CE THis
O B Bob Hope 10:00 O D (Color) Hector Adams represent to Lucya town where the girl falls 1z. INTO flH ll sr FAIR OPENED?
"Slow Fade to Black. Heathcote in love with the mayor's
potential solution to .Y s >s ;:
(Color) This drama by O Quick Draw McGraw R I c k y'. unemployment son. W. C. Fields, Ro- r
Rod Serling tells of Hollywood 10:30 O CD Fireball XL-5 problem, and all Lucy has chelle Hudson, Richard ) ,,
pioneer Mike O Mighty Mouse to do is persuade Ernie to Cromwell. (One hour, 15 w NN "
Kirsch, who finds, after 11:00: O D Dennis the sign Ricky for one of his min.)
40 of formula films, Menace 11:40 O Movie-Drama
years TV shows. Lucy: Lucille JI tot
that today's audience is O Ranger Hal Ball. Ricky: Deal Arnaz. "House of Strangers.I t
) passing him by. He's also 11:30 O D Fury 8:00 CD Outer Limits (1949) The tyrannicalhead iri
plagued by an alcoholic O Roy Rogers Science Fiction of a family creates
wife, a rebellious daughter -12:00 Q D (Color) violence and hatred Vl Ci w
and the studio's boardof BuUwinkle "Second Ch e.ce. The among his sons. EdwardG.
directors11'I"an11V r i"h O News amusement park customers Robinson, Susan Hay-
12:15 O Baseball who accept free ward, Richard Conte Luther I
sagging box office returns.
CAtJ'r LET'S COMDUCTA ; ILL ASK THEM INTRIPLICATE
Pirates tickets for the "SpaceRide" Adler. One hour TPZEZE'S E\7RGY:
vs. Phillies. ( 40
UNDERST/NP
9:30 O B On ParadeOn A SLRVaYTO 6SNP Y&J A
shocked to dis- 1:3 TOO MUCH PAPEZ
12:30 O Science Fiction are min.) WHy LMEANWHILE
parade this evening is VJOZ< LMCAMP TS OPiN'ONS! SUGGE5TlOt'.SFPM OF COURSE
that the ve
Theater cover space CD Mode Double
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Diahann Carroll T"e 5CPPJCEXS
singer /
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with "I've Got
opening a
Lot of Livin' to Do." 1:00 O Men Into Space Sonya Roberts. 1. (Color) "Mardi Gras. E x ,
Other selections include"Misty O Yancy Derringer 8:30 O Joey Bishop-Comedy I (Musical. 1958) Mardi I
," "I Wish I WereIn 1:25 O Sen. Smathers (Color) Ellie's butcher is Gras in New Orleans s
Love Again," "Shop- 1:30 O B Baseball quite a comedian, and she promises to be a swing qw 1fi1 r = x -
pin' Around" "A Long Orioles vs. White Sox wants Joey to meet him- ing time for four Virginia j = -

Way from Home," "Turn 3:00 O Theatre X: which is just what butch- Military Institute
. Around," and "That Lonesome "The Brain from Planet er-and comic Shecky cadets especially Cadet .k"fs .-bj
Road." She is assisted Arous." Greene would like. Ellie: Paul Newell, whose raffle q j
by a male chorusof 4:00 Q Wrestling Abby Dalton. Larry: Cor- ticket won him a date I .
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singers and dancers. 4:30 O OutlawsO bett Monica.O with movie star Mi-

O Twilight Zone Accent on Learning Defenders-Drama chelle Morton. Songs by ... '
"The Fear." At a secluded EVENING "Everybody Else Is Sammy Fain and Paul Z TtL HAVE wEUTtifvE 1OO DHTlL 10- MOTHER, M HAVING AIRS.KI Ati8A1 ,
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COM6 OVER TO STAY WITH KW
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mountain cabin a state 5:00 CD Porter Wagner Dead. Preston is representing Francis Webster. Pat =: CENT OP EVERYTHING XJUK I IT W10: ALONG WITH THE PEAL-OK WareSX FEW HOURS THtt EVEMM& Z'HXVa>
trooper and a fashion de- 5:30 D WOborn Brothers Laura Potter in Boone, Christine Carere, 6CE5T5 PKJP XT UN TABLED THMSAWP IN CASH TD fW WEL 60M NWWE56TO TAKE CAKE
signer are terrified by a 8 NBC Sports Special her divorce proceedings Tommy Sands, Gary Crosby IS Q A;EAI, AT TfE Cllfb:
mysterious "thing" out- Scheduled: the National against her alcoholic husband : Fred Clark, Sheree r5.
side that is flashing lights Championship MotorcycleHill and he begins to North, Barrie Chase, ICI
and making loud noises. Climb taped two develop a strong affectionfor Richard Sargent, Jennifer -< :
Script by host Rod Scr- weeks ago at Muskegon. his client. Script by West. 2. "She-Wolf of
: ling. Mich. The competition is James ,Lee. Preston: E. London. (Melodrama;
10:00 B B Jack Paar held on a 340-foot-high G. Marshall Ken: Robert 1946) A young couple meet
! I VarietyI sand dune. Trenches, Reed. and fall in love. But be-
i (Color) Jack's guests are which must be hurdled f O MovieComedyColor fore they can be married Q D
: Lowell Thomas, satirist are cut in at the 100 and ( ) Saturday Night at two ghastly murders occur -
; Alan Bennett, singer 200 foot levels. We see the Movies: "Rally 'Round near the girl's home. ::J
I Louise O'Brien, and co- highlights of both profes- the Flag Boys!" (1959)) June Lockhart Don Pore h
: 'siia TWaody Allen. Jack sional and amateur Max Shulman'i best sell ter. (Two hours 50 min.)

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-8' Gainesville Sun Friday, August 21, 1964 .

I :- '0 REGAINS HEALTH AFTER 'TV-ITIS' r". :: Five homes can be built from
t. the wood of a single '""-'nottallWest

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<&a ttsuil1eEaifaSun GENE HANDSAKER thriving. For the 40 weeks end- Young and aggressive, they form or another." :seems there's no in-between;I II" ::viIP.lIi:::,.,.
HOLLYWOOD (AP) With ed June 4, it reports a new have sought to reconstitute the Meanwhile the movie trade :Hollywood's either high or low." ..
that hang-dog look of his, Will profit of $3.7 million. industry so it can survive and papers talk cheerily of "boom," .At the moment, it's high. 214 NW ALSO 13th IN OCALA FR 6-6472
Rogers came riding up on his The Culver City lot's successis prosper. "comeback" and "rebirth."
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horse, apologizing for being matched by that of other ma- "Unlike some pioneers they: "The film industry goes in I
late jor studios. Industry observers know enough- to become wed- cycles," an observer note "It! DRIVE-IN

S .Mt3 Mae Murray, John Gilbert, !say Hollywood is more solidlyin ded to TV instead of fightingit I SUBURBIA
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Lon Chaney, Lillian Gish, Ramon the black than at any time one observer says. "Now all .**************** THEATREit
Novarro and Antonio Moreno since it first felt the impact of studios use TV as a buffer* *1

already were on a flagdecked -television. against insolvency. It haps pay'** WINNER OF I 3 *1 TONITE fir SATURDAY Showtime 7:30
overhead which otherwise would *:
Movie lots bustle with ac- ,
speaker's platform. crush them it almost did in *.
as
tion. Much of it is for televis- ACADEMY!
"Forgot and had to go *!
my gun .
back for it," drawled Rogers, ion, now that the rival media the 'SOs."The *' is unlikely that you will experience in a lifetimeall
60s and 70s? Who '
into his have married, but box office 11 AWARDS I I *i 1 that will
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and then he stepped knows? Everybody talks about J\ you see
ceremonies at cash registers are jingling loud- '
role as master of pay-TV in the home, bringing : in."IRE
s sM a dedication that was to set ly, too. vastly increased product ion .. **************.1 JOSEPH
MGM, however, is no longerthe ,.
incredible
the in
a
sI pace young needs for Hollywood. Some saythat's .
I. of motion giant of the industry as in :
industry: the making pie-in-the-sky. But with a '*MEmO-GOLDWYN-M'ER*.
the days of Louis B. Mayer. CAHPHDAGGIHSI
pictures.The constantly expanding population :
dedication occurred 40 Studios today have virtuallyno and people's desire to go and*''

: -"-- s years ago, on April 26, and stars under contract. Most out for entertainment, the mo- : CINERAMA! :
marked the creation of MGM, a studios lease space and facili- vie industry will survive in one
marriage of Metro Picture's ties to companies headed by i'T

x< -4; "Iv. '" Corp., Samuel Goldwyn's Culver I I stars, directors, producers or LIDOW ,, :
City studios and Louis B. Mayer agents. Divorce

"' Productions, Inc. MGM's four decades epitomize -
.4 00' the history of the industry
The motion picture industryhad
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already been launched but itself.In Too Easy? '
M I -H it was the operation of MGM its first decade it aimed at MI THE / 'i:

that gave the star system its bigness, with such silent epicsas LONDON (AP) A Los An-
finest hour, and it was here the "Ben Hur" and "The Four geles psychiatrist says the in-
Wild WestIn epic also reached new heights. Horsemen of the Apocalypse." creasing U.S. divorce rate may G ORGE G PEPPARD AlAN lADD BOB CUMMINGS
Despite the dissappearance of Then came sound, and in the be caused by easier divorce procedures i

the course of her adventures on a trek west- a star system that almost guar- 30s, the movie industry flour- rather than a rise in I kWEST I I MARTHA HYfR EUZABEIH ASHlEY lEVAYRfS\"/
ward, Debbie Reynolds becomes a St. Louis music anteed big box office revenues ished and expanded, capturedthe unhappy marriages. j I ,

hall star in "How The West Was Won," now playingat and despite almost a decade in' imagination and time of the Prof. Norman Brill told the MARTIN BAlSAM RAlPH T AEGfR ARCHlt Moop.r
the Florida Theatre. Miss Reynolds is one of 24 the doldrums brought upon the American public. MGM had the first international congress of A' WAS
stars in this film saga of America's expansion to movie industry by the fledglingTV most stars and made the big- social psychiatry, that many :
industry, MGM is againAntimilitary' gest pictures.The S
the West. people used poor excuses when .CARROll BAKfRaRINAA8 c
next decade, the '40s, seeking divorce.He : .
brought Hollywood great pros- claimed that interfering !;

perity because of the war, with mothers-in-law, money problems r....WON
Films
Cause
its demand for entertainment at nagging, drinking and ?
home and for servicemen over- sexual incompatibility were
:
METROCOLOR
seas. Movie fortunes reached danger signals, but not the basic
their peak. causes of divorce. He said immaturity -** SORRY NO PASSES *
ADULTS $1.25
Pentagon Cold Shoulder Then, in the '50s, troubles at the time of mar- CHILDREN SOc *

came. There was competitionwith riage played a big role. Features v"
that lusty marvel, television. : 100344628.912 *
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2fon lark wimt would lend us several vessels it contains uncomplimentary Other entertainment and ....
I In 1960 61 27 **** ***x****
By PETER BART and some stock footage but at!references to the activities of recreation took their toll at the approximately AifArplgtw
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. Pen- this point it's no deal," said naval officers prior to World movie box office. per cent of Florida's college age
tagon officials, who have been Richard Widmark, who stars in War II. The '60s have produced a new population attended college. By
concerned by the sUPIX' ed 1 y"antimilitary" the latter picture and is co-pro- It is understood that Preminger generation of moviemak e r s, 1970 this is expected to increaseto ..DAN DURYEA-PATRICIA OWENS!
ducer with James B. Harris. many of them TV trained. 33.5 per cent.
tone of some I' made some changes in his ------ ,
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recent motion pictures, has refused "The Bedford Incident" concerns script to accommodate the
to cooperate in any way I a right wing naval of- Navy but the producer has de- STARTS TONITE!
with the production :Df two ficer whose belief in "total vic clined to discuss them. 0 n e NEW i
forthcoming pictures that deal tory" precipitates the accidental -change was to eliminate the 3 Exciting Hits!
with nuclear accidents. firing of a nuclear weapon. scenes showing "exce i
' s s v e DRIVE-IN THEATRE Open 6:45 Show At 7:30
,One, "Fail Safe," will be released Some producers here are drunkenness" of an executive
in the fall. A second, having better luck with the officer, a naval source said. 2440 hartho+rte Rood Rf. 20 Phone FR 6-5011 See All 3 Late As 9:05
liThe Bedford Incident," will Pentagon. Otto Preminger, pro- Max Youngstein, coproducerof
go .into production shortly i n ducer of "In Harm's Way," "Fail Safe," says he has obtained EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING *
Britain. has obtained naval assistancefor the promise of Penta-
"We had hoped that the Navy his film despite the fact that gon aid in filming his forth- z ,

coming "The Green Beret," '
which deals with the activitiesof I\ : WARNING! FRIGHT RELEASE

Braces U.S. Special Forces units in 90IW..v2 II* ;Hollywood i this the+tre d Ior
South Viet Nam. dath hl tnaht :'I.or=.of
In general the Pentagon de- POSITIVELY NO ONE ADMITTED UNLESS '"TIlE HORROR PAIITt' BEACII-
.nd
clines to cooperate with films a to release this theatre of 'THECL'RSEOFTHELIVINOCORFSE-
that supposedly show the military PLAYHOUSE 90"FORMERLY you agree
For The BeatlesNOW in an unfavorable light. all responsibility for death by fright!

The Pentagon is understood to
have further tightened its KNOWN AS CHECKER BOARD CLUB "
By BOB THOMASAP uled to appear Monday night at ac- -4.
Movie-Television Writer a party attended by movie stars ceptability standards since the U.S. 441 S. of Gainesville a
release of "Dr.
and others who are permitted to Strangelove"and Under New Ownership
HOLLYWOOD (AP) The bring their children. All will pay, "Seven Days in May." Conditioned
Los Angeles police wish this $25 a head to benefit the Hemo- In the past producers have often -
was the weekend that wasn't. philia Foundation. Security also : made script changes to suit Has Been Closed For Renovation f
The Beatle invasion begins Sun- surrounds the location of the the military. In "The Young
day when the British quartet set party; it won't be known until Lions," for example, the scriptwas GRAND OPENING TONITEJAZZ
down their chartered airplaneat hours before the affair. changed to show that an
an undesignated field. The anti-semitic army officer was
The Beatles fly out late Tuesday ,
plan is for them to radio in their or early Wednesday, not a suitably punished by his supe- JAZZ JAZZ f > r Y > YI
destination shortly before their riors, while in "From Here toSternity" the GRISBY I
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Bronson Boy Scout Troop 335 New Keystone City I
will meet in Otter Creek Mon-

+ day to complete plans for a ty I
weekend campout starting next I

Friday. Election Will Settle I
! The campout was discussed Tuesday .
at a meeting Monday. The
scouts plan to make a camp I

at Shell Mound early Friday To Have Controversial
J afternoon. Saturday the scouts ; :. ProposalKEYSTONE I
will dig for Indian relics at ,<

, Shell Mound. % Youth CorpsTALLAHASSEE HEIGHTS A Gordon Butler executive secretary -i city hall and the borrowing of II

The campout will include the special rally to promote pass- of the Florida League of $35,000 for construction of it.
20-mile hike required for the (AP) Gov. age of the referendum on the Municipalities and Secretary. However, a group of citizens ,
hiking merit badge. About 15 Farris Bryant's office said proposed new municipal build- of the Florida Senate, Edwin filed a petition in Circuit Court
scouts accompanied by Troop Thursday a Florida Youth ing for Keystone Heights will J. Fraser of Macclenny asking that the action be halted -
leaders and Committeemen are Corps would be started to pro- !be held tonight in the conference Purpose of the rally, as out- and following a hearing the
expected to participate.At mote the state to high school room of the Clay Electric lined by Dick Spence-Thomas, court ordered that a referen-
the Monday meeting a and college students throughoutthe !Co-op building. head of a citizen's committee dum be held.
board of review acted on applications nation. I City residents will vote Tues- favoring the new building, is In the election Tuesday free-
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for advancement and Roger Davis, 20, of Fort Lau- day on the proposal to build a to explain to Keystone voters holders will vote on the issuance -
merit badge requirements of derdale will be chairman of the $35,000 municipal building as why the building is needed of bonds to finance: the
I Troop members. A total of Closing Tobacco Sale youth group. He is a student at a replacement for the tiny city and how it can be financed. project and all registered vot-
three advancements were approved the University of North Caro- hall built in 1923. Mayor Beasley invites a 11 ers will be eligible to vote for E
and 18 merit badge Buyers bid in the last piles of tobacco yesterday at the Watson Warehouse lina. Bryant gave Davis office I' The moderator of tonig h t's citizens to attend the rally and or against erection of the build- ..
awards were sanctioned. in the closing sale of flue-cursd leaf on the High Springs market. (Sun photo by lina. Bryant gave Davis office panel discussion, slated to start hear first-hand the facts of the ing.
Wayne Ward Billy Booker Sam McGarvey) space in his suite at the Capi- at 7:30, will be Mayor M. L. situation as prepared by the The controversy stems from
and David Watson were advanced (Les) Beasley. Guests include committee.The the allegation by opponentsthat
to Second Class scouts. tol.The Florida Youth Corps has I vote Tuesday will cul- the city cannot afford a

Merit badges were allowed for the endorsement of Bryant,' minate an effort by the City.new building. Proponents claim
Fred Shaw Frank Cowart, Tobacco Sales End State School Supt. Tom Bailey, Smathers Council which started several the opposite, and point to increased -
Franklin Watson Ronnie Booker the Florida Development Com- months ago with passage of a I cigarette taxes as a
Billy Sullivan and Sammy mission and the State Chamberof resolution to authorize a new means of financing it. f
I Cobb. Commerce. Says CubaDesperate

I A Court of Honor is being arranged The will Flori- I
group promote

at the Bronson for Monday Town Hall.Aug. 31, With Prices HighBy clubs da's image on college by forming campuses state I H. Springs CofC

The board of review was throughout the nation, produce I
I made up of Scoutmaster Gus JACKSONVILLE (AP-Fidel
Efferen Assistant Scoutmaster SAM McGARVEY in poundage. Still we sold for smoke" mostly in cigarettes. films and publications about Castro's Cuban regime will col-
Sun Staff Writer and total Warehouseman I Florida and help the nation'sstudents Secretary ResignsHIGH
Murrel Watson and Troop Com- I more customers our Watson has lapse within one year if United
mitteemen Leonard Cobb: and HIGH SPRINGS High came within five per cent of last always maintained that the fin-I make trip plans to States allies continue to coop.
Dogan Cobb and Com- year." est cigarette tobacco in the Florida. Group speakers will crate said Sen. George Smathers -
Troop prices held right up to the closing also make speeches about the SPRINGS Lou Clou- the organization ,
mittee Chairman Booker. The outstanding event of the world comes from this sectionof D-Fla. Cloutier he \
of said
Billy of the tobacco market here state at high school assemblies.The tier secretary the High was taking
yesterday, when 64,486 Ibs. season ended yesterday was the Florida executive committee in- Smathers said the Cuban eco- Springs Chamber of Commerce the action on advice of his II

Polaris Fleet brought from 63 to 68 cents a breaking of the 70-cent barrier. cluded Davis Douglas Stewardof nomic plight is desperate and submitted his resignation -physician and although he regretted -
pound for good leaf. Lou Cloutier secretary of the Family TragedyCOLUMBUS Pensacola, George Lister Jr. will worsen. last night at a meeting of it, he had no alterna
High Springs Board of Trade, "If we continue our economic tive. He said he had enjoyed
Still Totals for the season were: of Miami, president of Boys
blockade it is evident that Cas-
Growing said many growers reported Ohio (AP-Mrs. working with the chamber for
poundage> 3,860,678; revenue State Dona Weltch of Lakeland, tro can't much longer"
selling tobacco for 70 cents a hang on eight years, and extended his
CAPE 2,196,683, for an average of June Eisele, 64, mother of astronaut president of Girls State Palmer
KENNEDY Fla. (AP) pound this season. he said in a commencement ad- best wishes to the organizationfor
More than half the Polaris 56.90 cents per pound. Sales this "I've heard of it happeningin Donn Eisele of Columbus, Williams of Tallahassee Ronnie dress at Jacksonville University future successes. He askedto
missile submarines in a planned year were off from last year other belts but this is the died of an apparent heart at- Garland of Tampa, Gerald Ser- Thursday nighl"If be relieved of his duties as
fleet of 41 have completed when 4,240,374Ibs. brought grow- first time it has happened here" tack Thursday night less otta of Miami Beach, Gary our allies continue their of Sept. 1.
launching exercises.The ers a total of $2,398,082 for an Cloutier said.Another than a week after her husband's Howard of Pensacola, and Bren- present almost unanimous op- In the meeting last night the
Tecumseh Thursday be- average of 56.55 cents per death of the same cause. da Rivers of Tallahassee.At position to communism in our CofC directors accepted the
came the 21st sub to concludetest wund. outstanding event hemisphere, I predict that Cuba resignation and then asked
and when it Penn Watson owner and was the remarkable comebackthe will be free within "
training firings operator one year, 0r President Dave Newell to appoint -
launched a Polaris A3 missile of Watsons Warehouses, crop made despite an early Approves Land PurchaseTo he said. a committee to find a re-
; while submerged off Cape Ken- said "The.crop thisyear was season drought. which. threatened He said Communist support of placement for Cloutier.
nedy. The rocket propelled a short' by about 15 per cent in ruin: the Cuban economy was dwindl- The directors also voted to
warhead section to a target pounds, which along with the 10 Grower Tommy Malphurs of Expand O'Leno Park ing because the Castro govern- }p proceed ,with the installation of
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area more than 2,000 miles per> cent cut in allotments, made the Bland section said, "My ment could not make deliveryon three more signs on Interstate
away. about a 25 per cent reduction planting looked terrible in the I TALLAHASSEE The Outdoor its meeeting two weeks I sugar commitments. 75 directing traffic to High

spring, and I felt like giving up I Recreati o nal Develop- ago, the Outdoor Recreational I Springs. As a preliminary step
on it. But we got some rains ment Council this week approved -Planning Committee recom- Watershed the directors authorized the ;
New Dodge Model Enters just in time and the crop wenton the spending of $35,000to mended the purchase of the TV asking of bids on the signs. '
I. and made an average of 2- purchase a 120-acre tract of property to the Council. The Aid for Fla. Cloutier said yesterday that I
010 Ibs. per acre on my 11.4 land adjacent to O'Leno State Council is composed of the I CLaimER he will continue as city clerk. 1
Intermediate Car Market acre planting and I got an average -:Park. State Cabinet officers. WASHINGTON (AP) The

of 64 cents a pound net"i The acreage will be addedto According to N. E. MillerJr. Soil Conservation Service has Here Are Tips On How J
SCriu $nrk uftmra I received only a front end "face Another grower reported that the existing 1,428 acres of ., Florida Parks Director, agreed to aid the Ft. Pierce
:lift." he sold 52 piles of tobacco which this park which is situated 8 the property was highly desire Farms Drainage District i n
NEW YORK Chrysler To Care for House Plantswhere
The most important changethis brought 70 cents a pound. miles north of High Springs. able and included approxi- Florida in planning a watershed
Corporation unveiled two new year is the introduction of "That's the best I've done since mately one mile of waterfronton flood prevention program Rep. I Household in
thrive
lines of 1965 Dodge automobileshere plants are very they an envir-
Thursday. the intermediate sized line to I've been raising tobacco" and PTA both sides of the Santa Fe Edward J. Gurney R-Fla., particular in their living and onment of high temperature and I
be called Coronet. This will havea I'm tickled to death he said. Levy River. says. eating habits, and sometimes, humidity receive half the intensity
The company said the two 117-inch wheelbase and be The offerings yesterday in- The district consists of 24,760
Slates SchoolOf Appraisers who had inspected baffle their worried owners of full sunlight and growin
lines which were shown at a 204.2 inches long. The smallest cluded some piles of scrap the land had placed its value -acres. when they look sickly. predominately acid porous
press preview at the Ziegfield 1964 full sized Dodge has a which brought as little as 15 InstructionBRONSON in excess of $37,000. O'Leno The technical assistance to be If you're having trouble keep organic soils.
Theater were smaller than the 119-inch wheelbase and is cents a but the qualityfor the soil conservation -
209.8inches pound State Park has what is consid- provided by ing your plants in good health, These are the conditions we
\ Dodge cars they replace. long. the season was high. The Levy ered one of the best and most service is the first step in maybe you're not caring for should try to simulate in our
Byron J. Nichols Chryslervice These new cars as well as Some plantings have not yet County PTA Council has sched- widely used youth camps in planning and financial assistance them properly says Dr. J. N. home for best results in growing
president and general man- the Chrysler and Plymouths been marketed, because of a delay -uled a school of instruction next the southeast. The youth camp to be provided by the Joiner associate ornamental household plants says Joiner.A .
ager of the Dodge Car and shown Tuesday are the first to in harvesting caused by Thursday from 4 to 8 pjn. at provides sleeping dining, in- Soil Conservation Service is the horticulturist with the Florida soil mixture that permits
D Truck Division said the com- bear the imprint of Elwood Engel rain. But the main crop is in the courthouse here. struction and recreation facil- first step in planning and finan- Agricultural Experiment Sta- good drainage yet will hold a
pany was entering the intermediate the Chrysler styling vice and sold, ending one of the best Bill Campbell of Cedar Key, ities for groups up to 160 per- cial assistance to organized tions. high amount of moisture for '
car market in 1965 witha president hired from the Ford market seasons here in history.The president of the County Council -sons. The park also provides groups of farmers living in Most plants are grown for root growth is needed. To obtain
larger car. Motor Company in late 1961. tobacco sold at the High said that outstanding com- picnic faci 1 i ties, overnight small watersheds where floods, their foliage rather than their ,both aspects, use an equal
The company is offering an- Many at the press preview said Springs market is on the way to petent PTA officials will give campground swimming fish- drought and soil erosion are flowers. They are usually native -amount of course sand or per- .
other new car in its traditional they saw a styling resemblance tobacco company warehousesfor instructions in the duties of offi- ing and nature trails. causing damage. : to tropical rain forests, lite for drainage and peat for
low-to-medium price market he between these new cars and several years of aging and cers and committee chairmen.He retaining water.

said, while the compact Dart the present Ford line. eventually will "go up in urged all PTA members to i I Water the plants often enoughto
attend the meeting. Ii
keep the soil moist but never
will be served at 6 i
Supper enough to have water standing
TEEN-AGE SPENDING p.m. during a break in the in- REVITALIZING m the pot Feed your plants
: struction periods. Campbell said PlannersI DOWNTOWN light applications of a highly
that reservations for supper I I soluble fertilizer available at
must be made in advance with
I most garden supply stores. Fre.
WISE OR FOOLISH? Mrs. Marion Booker of Otter .- quent applications are better
Creek. than large quantities which are
seldom applied.

WASHINGTON D.C. (SpecialWill RECENT RESEARCH has' spend their money, DHE researchers Bryant MakesAppointments j r yD Relative humidity inside the

: ) the jingle of a cash shown that more than half the found that spending y* average home is almost equalto
register be the top teen tune as teenagers earn their own money I plans are consistent Inn giving desert areas especially whena
youngsters return to school this a goodly number make de-,priority to food (school lunches TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. heating system or air-condi
unit is Joiner
tioning operating.
finite at and snacks), recreation clothes -
fall? attempts saving money Farris Bryant named former that increase in
Yes, says the Small Business and some contribute to cosmetics and groomingaids. Sen. J. B. Rodgers Jr. of Win- +wai tra.u as a emphasizes air moisture in any the house is
Administration (SBA). the money income of the family demere as an alternate dele- ti. beneficial to the plants. He recommends

No, says the Department of the DHE booklet states. OTHER STUDIES show that gate to the National Democratic non-porous pots be-
Home Economics of the National The DHE has found that a Convention. cause more water is lost
between 9.5 and 14.8 cent
Education AssociationDHE( ). study of high school juniors and per Rodgers replaces Max Brewer jT through the side of porous
of students
surveyed spent
Arguments presented by the seniors in one large southwestern Titusville attorney who was pots, such as clay than
two go like this: city showed that teenagersare money on food for the family. appointed to the party's platform through natural transpiration -
About seven out of 10 purchasedgifts committee.The The soil will
is self- inclined to be conservativein by the plant.
"The teenager .
average for their families.The
their spending practices. Al- governor also appointed: remain moist longer periods of
conformist mater-
centered, a concedes
though they approve of credit DHE, however Alfred A. McKethan of Brooks- time helping to keep higher humidity
ialistic and a of hap
pursuer SBA publica- they are less willing to use it that the implications are strong ville Horace H. Jones of Lakeland around the basal partsof
piness says an than are their that teenagers need more guid- and Thomas Kilgore of the plants. Symptoms of over
tion "Building Sales to Younger parents. in financial matters. Despite -
ance Ocala, to new terms on the t or under water are marginal
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These
Customers. youngsters are the great amounts of mon- Southwest Florida Water Man- dieback and dropping of older
"Boys and girls enjoy spending more inclined to favor system- ey American teenagers control, agement District. leaves.
," the SBA explains. Their atic savings programs," says the DHE booklet points out that Robert Lindsay of Sebring to i t> t ta Since most homes are too

average income runs from $10 the DHE booklet. "Possibly this I "little tangible effort has been replace Mrs. Marian McAdamson 4 dark for the best growth of
to $15 a week, with no strings conservatism grew out of observing made to guide them toward ma- the District 8 welfare board. x plants Joiner advises that
attached and this money is the misuse of credit at ture practices in handling money : '- plants should be put near win-
"100 cent expendable be- home and the recognition of the Market : L .
per Egg : __ : \" ,." dows for maximum sunlight or
cause these youngsters pay no. value of savings simply because "If there ever is a time for ,:t.; A 7;': ._" .":-: -- '\fJ'o ,_ ,"" placed under strong incandescent -
taxes, Insurance premiums, their families did not teaching money management JACKSONVILLE (AP) The :'> "" : -.. !'# ",T" ; '.' or fluorescent lights. Insufficient
rent or grocery bills. Their parents save. I it is the teen years," the book- Northeast Florida Egg Market ( # z .fo't .. w: : I light results in light

provide such necessities." While the DHE blames parents let continues. "And clearly this prices to retailers: Architects Myrl Hanes (right) and Richard Haley, two-of several Gaines- green plants leggy growth and
Sure says the DHE's publica- for not giving their chil- must be the school's task." Extra large 48/-5354, mostly'' Ille planners who are volunteering their work for downtown's Operation Face- small leaves. '"
tion "Youth and Money," teen- dren proper guidance in mat The DHE urges that a "dy 51-52; large 46V4-43V4, mostly 48- aft, are working on the block facing courthouse square from the west. The Plants should be kept out of ::1
ager's pockets are lined with: ters monetary it does not write namic curriculum dealing with 49; medium 37H-42V4, mostly project is intended to beautify downtown and boost its ability to attract cold drafts in the winter months. t
about $11 billion per year but teenagers off completely as financial management" be in- 40-41; small 29-21; mostly 29. customers. Hanes' firm is working with Butlers Shoe Store, Stock Clothing, Repeated variations in tempera-
all is not on the debit side of spendthrifts and wastrels. I corporated into home econom- Poultry at farms: fryers 14;I Jay's Dress Shop, Sears, Mitchells Shoes, Diana Shops, and the owners of Iwo, tare will cause plant injury, sa

the ledger. Considering how teenagers I ics programs." hens none. vacant locations. (Sun photo by Eddie Dav;..\ Joiner. i '

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WIUU eVTART TO -fAKPMJMI7. PFEG-r. I jj. MIKE RATHFT I game for the National League''Don Schwall with the loss.1 and Leo Cardenas homered for incentives. Last year our sales

(AP) The Chicago c6vi.4 Of* CQURGE gf0"1 fift! "161'PEP: RQthRro {Associated Press Sports iter took over In the second game, Wise, a rookie, needed Ed Roe- the Reds while Willie Mays, Or-, men's avenge Income wet In

White Sox, after counter-- NC.ft. fhe hand-me-down and the I I tying it 1-1 with his 21st homerin .uck's help in the ninth inningbut lando Cepeda and Del Crandall I the five figure bracket. Our

tacking the New York Yankees Aft-Star hero sat quietly in the the sixth inning, then lashinga won his fifth game in six de connected for the Giants. I
1964 Sales close
successfully, open Operation Philadelphia dressing room. long sacrifice fly in the eighth cisions. homer was his 38th. Mays'l are running I'

Orioles in Comiskey Park to- 3 "It's always a thrill to hit a inning that drove in two runs. The Giants led the Reds 4-3 The Braves collected to ten percent ahead of 1963

night in an atmosphere of pennant home run," said Frank Thomas. Trailing 3-1, the Pirates got a until Deron Johnson slammed a while Bob Sadowski held the I with corresponding increases in t

fever. "It's about time I did some- run back in the ninth on a single bases-empty homer in the seventh -!Dodgers to seven hits. Milwaukee salesmen's incomes.

Baltimore comes in for a four- thing good for a change," said by Smoky Burgess and Bill Ma- inning. The Reds then managed only three singles No automotive

game series trailing the Sox in Johnny Callison. zeroski's double, but Callison I broke it open in the eighth Inning in the first four innings, then I previous experience '

the American league race by \ -- What Thomas and Callison did came through again. He with a six-run spurt, scoring -tagged Joe Moeller and Bob, 1 is necessary. WE WILL

three percentage points, .615 to SZfC. was supply all the runs as the grabbed Jerry Lynch's fly ball the go-ahead run when Ron Miller for five extra base hits, TRAIN man with the proper

Phillies swept a doubleheaderFrom and cut down Mazeroski, trying Herbel issued a basesloadedwalk and five runs in the fifth and, qualifications who is willing to

.612.The Sox reached the top by Pittsburgh 2-0 and 3-2 I to; advance to third. That ended to Tommy Harper. sixth. I sell in a manner commensurate

one-half game, blanking the Thursday night and shot into a the threat. Vada Pinson followed with a Ron Fairly's homer accountedfor I with the high standardsof

I Yankees 5-0 Thursday to sweep commanding 7game lead in The twin triumphs, coupled two-run single, Frank Robinson both Dodger runs. I our Company. All candidates

their four-game set while Bos- the National League pennantrace. with Cincinnati's 10-7 victoryover singled across another run, Pin- consideration
under will be
ton edged the Orioles 4-3. slipping San Francisco, son scored on Johnson's groun- reQuired -

I I Chicago relcaimed the league Thomas acquired from the aded Itt games to the Phillies' der and Robinson came across to take a 50 minute

I ; lead for the first time since iI iI New York Mets recently, took lead. The Reds, meanwhile, on Don Pavletich's sacrifice fly. DEPENDABLEJahriar7 written examination. This examination .

June 18 with a five-game winning I care of the opener with a two- pulled into a tie for second with Besides Johnson, Robinson (II nationally known

! i streak. run homer in the ninth inning the Giants by winning their ..A-HOR.. and has proven to be accuratein ;

4'i Behind that won it for Art Mahaffey, fourth straight while San Fran testing soles and management

Both Baltimore and the White who posted his first complete Cisco lost its fifth in a row. Baseball'sTop SALES SERVICE potential

Sox have finished their season game since May 27 by checkingthe Other Game :BaIRffsJ1a

business with the Yankees, who Pirates on two hits. :In the only other NL game TenAMERICAN For further information telephone -
ps1.
have dropped 4 games off the Callison, who won the All-Star scheduled, Denis Menke drovein Mr. Allen Bowen for

pace and have a four-game losing three runs and Hank Aaron LEAGUE appointment. FR 6-7581, University
string to match their longest stroked four hits as Milwaukee Player Club 6 AS K H Pet fiOI S. Main Street I
Chevrolet Co.lET'S
Oliva Mm 120 510 t4 171 .335 LONE STAR BOATS
of the year. Whittle Chief Lead belted the Los Angeles Dodgers Mantle NY 1M 331 42 106 .314

The Sox lost their first 10 Jets 8-2. Freehan Robinson Oct Chi 102 107 371 380 4t 67 114 117 JOI.302

games with the Yankees. Their Mahaffey, bringing his recordto B. Robinson Bal 122 451 60 131 .301 I
Howard NY 10 3ft 42 120 .391
four-game sweep the first 11-6, wonh is duel with Bob Chance Cle it 2$4 33 M .XI
such New York since Al Friend 10-13 in the Allison Mln 117 417 71 1U .300
over I With Standout opener Fregosl LA 110 374 64 112 .JW
Lopez has been piloting Chicago PitchingBy when Thomas homered after a Bressoud Bsn 120 438 45 130 .27

left them on the short side ofa single by Clay Dalrymple. Ma- Killebrew Minnesota.HOME RUNS 42; Powell. Baltimore -i I
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126- count for the season. I haffey did not allow a hit until 31; Colavito. Kansas City. 29; Allison -
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS outs, four games lost and Don' games, Jacksonville whipped I Minnesota. 29; Stuart. Boston. 27;
"I've been in baseball 40 trounced Mazeroski singled with one out Wagner Cleveland 27; Olive, Minneso
Cardwell Bill Knoch Sam Buffalo 7 to 4, Atlanta PLAY'A
Zero-two-zero-zero. Put themin 27.
tag
years and no series has givenme in the seventh. Roberto Clem-
and Rochester A
Jones, Tom Butters and Earl Toronto 8 to 3 RUNS ATTED IN
more satisfaction than the any order but they still mean Richmond 3 to 2. ente's ninth inning single was Killebrew. Minnesota. *5; Stuart, Bos
Francis. edged ;
one we've just taken from the the same thing to the Syracuse walks in the only other hit.Bailey ton., *Cleveland l; Colavito II.Kansas 27; Olivia City Minnesota S2; Wagner '

Yankees" said Lopez. Chiefs. They mean three shut- They mean three days of Francis yielded no 27. A !
baseball> which saw Syracuse's his victory over Syracuse as the I Homers 12 PITCHING,DscislonsBunker GAME

International League lead whit Chiefs' Cliff Adams matched I In the nightcap, Bob Bailey Baltimore 12-3 .100; Chance

led from two games and a halfto him pitch for pitch until the third inning homer off Rick Los Angelts 14-5. .737 Pizarro. Chicago "'
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14-4 .727; Ford New York. 125 \
Houston Patton a mere half by the seventh eighth inning. In the eighth, Jim Wise. Callison then tai2Pd .706; Krallck Cleveland ,..., .692. .....

place> Columbus Jets. Price drilled his 1-2 pitch over NATIONAL LEAGUE .
the left field fence for homer Player Club O Al R H Pel.
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The five Jet pitchers wrote
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Clement Pgh 114 451 70 154 .341 -
some other impressive statisticson and the only Columbus run. NL BoxesCINCINNATI Santo Chi lit 440 4t 145 .330 \
MO 75 151 vYOU
Chi 120
Williams
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Leads Southern the Scoreboard in the four Hector Espino and Jack Da. Mays SF 11* 443 141 .311

game series Columbus took maska collected four hits each I Ito Aaron Christopher Mil NY 117 112 393 472 U 60 148 123 .314.313

from the power laden Chiefs. pace Jacksonville over Buf- SAN FRANCISCO Allen Phi 118 442 8* 144 .312
A M Mil 8* 284 41 88 .310
ab r h bi ab r Carty
Besides allowing only two runs alo. Espino and Neil Chrisley Ruiz 2b 5110 Kuenn If 4020 Hunt NY 110 408 52 12* J0
PassersHouston while their teammates socked hit back to- back home runs Keough rf 2000 Lanier 2b 4120 Robinson Cln 115 414 80 127 .X7
League Harper If 1101 Hart :3b 1111 HOME RUNS COME IN AND TELL
Syracuse pitching for 14 scores, in the second inning to put the PInion cf 5212 Mays cf 4112 Mays San FrancIsco 38; WillIams Chicago US YOU DON'T WANT TO
Robinson 5232 Cepeda 1b 5111 26; Robinson Cincinnati, 25; Santo -
they allowed only 19 hits. Suns in front for good. Dick Johnson Ib 5123J.AIourt 5120 Chicago 24; Cepeda San FrancisCO BUY A SIMCA.rTrT2.

Patton experiencedhis yards In 12 carries by the T-- Cardwell started it all Tues- Smith homered for Buffalo in Edwards Pavletlch c c 3020 1001 Crandall D'venport c ss 3112 4 1 2 C I 24. RUNS SAlTED IN

worst game of the young Birds. day with a five hitter in the the first. Cardenas ss 5121 Perry p 2000 Santo Chicago 90; Boyer St. Louis, 16.
Boros 3b 3120 O'Dell p 1000 San Francisco 86; Aaron Milwaukee :
season Saturday, but the former Pickard still sets the pace first game of a double header, Joe Altobelli smashed a Nuxhall p 1000 Snider ph 1008 Mays 80; Torre Milwaukee 74.

Ole Miss star still leads the ((285; yards in 51 tries), but Or- Knoch and Jones held them to fourth inning home run to put Tsitourls Per.zph p 1000 1000 12 PITCHING Decision

Southern Football League pas lando's Jimmy Pettus and the seven in the second game, Butters -I Rochester ahead 3 to 1 and the Ellis p 0100 Koulax Los Angeles, 19-5 ."21 Bunning
Totals M 18 II10 Totals 37 T 12 6 Philadelphia, 13-4 .745; Marietta), Sar I
sers, according to SFL statistics Robins' fullback Dave Snyderare set the Chiefs down on only -, Red Wings came up with a incinnati: ............... Ill 100 160-18 Francisco 15-f, .750: OToeH. Cincinnati _
released today. breathing down his back. two hits Wednesday and game; winning double play in San Franclsce ............ 122 000 021- 7 135. .722; Short Philadelphia 12-6 .667.

Pettus has 278 yards; Snyder Francis did the honors Thursday -the ninth to choke off a rally E-Nuxhall, Pinson (2). Edwards, Hart.
The Huntsville Ala.
quarterback DP-Cincinnati 1. San Francisco 1 LOB-
connected six night a five hitteras I and win 3 to 2.Four Cincinnati 10, San Francisco I. DEEP SEA
on only 270.The 28-Lanier 2, Kuenn. Davenport Ed
first crucial between the Giants eked out a 1 to 0
of 20 passes for 62 yards game wards. HR-Robinson (25). Cardenas (9),
Blue and Grey leaders victory.In Runs Johnson (1$), Cepeda (24). Mays (38),
against Gadsden Saturd a y. the Southern Football other International League Atlanta exploded for two four Crandall Ellis. SF-PavleUch.(3) SB-Keough.Hart. Cardenas. S- FISHINGFrom
Patton has completed 51 of 118 to knock Torontoout IP H RERISSO
for 659 yards and six League's two divisions will run innings Nuxhall .......... 2 7.4 4 1 2'' We'll tell you that you should.
passes off of a fourth place tie with Tsitourls .. ...... 3 2 0 5 1 3
touchdowns in four games. come Saturday night. Ellis. W, 5-3 ......4 3 3 2 2 2
Tampa GainsAs Rochester. The Crackers jumped Perry ............ 5137 3 3 3 6 YOU TELL US
Ed Trancyg i e r (Florida 3-1 Record on starter and loser Jim O'Dell L. 5-6 ..... 2 2 4 4 2 0 Steinhotchee, Fla. IT'S TOO SMALL
Herbel) .. ........... 2-32 3 3 1 1
State) narrowed Patton's leadto Chattanooga, Tenn., which Bronstad for four runs in the Pregenzer ......1 2 0 0 0 0

133 yards in passing Jack- leads the Grey with a 3 1 rec- St. Pete first inning with two of them HBP Nuxhall-By faced O'Dell 2 (men Ruts)In. WP-TlttourU.3rd. onTheWINNF'V We'll show you it holds 5 people.

sonville to a tie with Daytona ord, travels to Huntsville, Ala., coming on Sany Valdespino's15th T-3:1I. A-14,032.

Beach. The Robins' ace hit on to meet the Rocketts, coleaders homer of the year. Twilight came YOU TELL US I

five of 11 passes for 113 yards.He of the Blue Division with a Takes LossBy Later they managed three PITTSBURGH abut M PHILADELPHIA abrhM YOU WANT RELIABILITY. I I

has completed 30 of 57 aerials -3-1 record. walks and four singles off Ron Virdon Bailey 3b cf 4000 3000 Gonzalez Allen 3b cf 4000 4000 65 Feet Long We'll tell you. the SIMCA j

for 526 yards and five TDs. Defending league champion THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nischwitz in the eighth for the Clements rf 4 0 1 0Callison rf 4010 ;, warranted for 5 full I
Jacksonville winless Lynch If 3 0 0 Covington If 3010 18 Feet Wide years
Tootie Hill Patton's chief plays Tampa gained one-half gamein other four.Arnie. Mote If 0000 Dalrymple C 4 1 1 0 or 50,000 miles by 1 Is

target, has a giant edge in the scoreless Mobile, Ala.; Blue its Florida State League lead Sfargtll Ib 2b 4000 40 1 0Taylor Thomas 2b Ib 3010 4122Mazerski Coast Guard Chrysler Motor Corp. ,
Division leader Gadsden Inspected
pass receiving department. He co Thursday night despite being Pagliaronl c 1 0 0 OAmaro ss 2000
Ala. tackles Beach Burgess c 1000 Mahaffey p 3000 Lounge room &
Daytona ,
has grabbed 19 passes for 301 rained out. ((68)) Schofield ss 3000 Snack bar YOU TELL US
and Orlando goes against Columbus The increase Miami Friend p 2000
and three
yards toughcowns. came as YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT.
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Miss. Totals 29 0 2. Tefals 31 2 62 Leaves Taylor's Dockat
broke a seven-game St. Peters- One out when winning runs scored.
Season Low All but the Daytona Beach- burg streak. Likes Akron Pittsburgh ................ 000 SOS 800-0 7:30 a.m. We'll show you how easy
winning
Jacksonville's Fred Pickard,, Gadsden game which is sched- Miami drubbed the Saints 5-2 Philadelphia ............... lOt eee eea-i Returns 5 to 6 p.m. it is to own a SIMCA. J

the league's rushing leader uled for will be Covington, Taylor Philadelphia The price is only $1595.
Sunday, played after coming from behind in a 1. LOB-Pittsburgh 6. Philadelphia 6.2B .
was held to a season-low 39 I Saturday night. Golf CourseAKRON -Callison, Thomas. HR-Thomas ('). j \
tied ball game. Until the defeat, S-Friend. 1

the Saints trailed Tampa by Friend. L. 10-13 .. 81-36 IP H R 2 ERMSO 2 2 5Mahaffey. $5.00 p.r person C'mon in /let's play the !
Ohio Arnold
(AP) game
one-half game. W. 11-4 9 2. 0 3 5 $1.00 for Rod & Reel 3HawesPowers -

SOUTHERN STANDINGS Tampa and Daytona Beach Palmer, the burly, rugged I T-2:24-

Blus Dlyl.1M Masters champion, likes his golf Night Game
were rained out as was Orlandoat PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA t I
Won Lost TIN Points Opp. Lakeland. courses burly and rugged. abrsbl ao rfe bi
Huntsville 3 1 0 70 6 2 Bailey 3b 5111 Gonzalez cf 4110 Trips open to individuals Motor Co.SIMCAPLYMOUTHVALIANTCHRYSLERIMPERIAL
Gadsden 3 1 I 50 25 In the only other FSL action, That's one of the reasons forPalmer's Mota cf 4000 Allen 3b 4 0 2 5Clemete Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor .
Daytona Beach 1 1 1 47 37 rf 4020 Wine pr3b 0000
Orlando 1 2 S 55 41 I Fort Lauderdale shut out Sara- consistent success at Stargell If 4020 Callison rf 3123
Gr., Dlyl... sota 6-0 behind the two hit the Firestone Country Club Clende'n Ib 4000 Covington If 3000 t
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Chattanooga 3 1 I 31 Burgess c 3 0 1 Her'nsfn H 0000
Jacksonville 2 1 1 73 46 pitching of Gil Blanco. where he grabbed the first Alley pr 0 1 0 e Dairy-pi C :3000 Charter Mon., Tues.
Columbus 1 J 0 33 It Mazer 2b 4SllThomas Ib 4008Schotield ,
Mobile 0 4 I 0 The Yankees took a commanding round lead Thursday in the $50- ss 2010 Taylor 2b 3 0 0 Wed., Thurs. & Fri. SALES and SERVICE .
THIS WEEK'S GAMES lead in the third 000 American Golf Classic witha Lynch ph 1000 Amaro IS 3 0 0 'I
inning Schwall p 2 0 IOWIsIp 3 1 2
Ssvrdly We Will Not Be Undersold Out-Traded
Chattanooga at Huntsville ........,.......... ................ .,.m. with a five-run spurt. Two runs two under par 34-34 68. Vlrdon ph 1010 or \
Jacksonville at Mobile ...................................... p.m. Totals 3$253 Tefals 3$373Pittsburgh I '
Orlando at Columbus .................... .................. .,.m. were knocked in by Bill Mur- "I like playing the course, ... ... Ml lOt Kl-1 ;' Phone: Cross City 204 North Main St. FR 2-2561
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S.dsv, phy and two more by Sherm said Palmer. "It's one of my fa Philadelphia 100
Gadsden at Daytona Beach ..... ..... I p.m. (TImes EST) E-Allen 2, Schofield DP-> 1C1111x-3\\
LAST WEEKS RESULTS Carter. vorites. It's narrow, long and 2. LOB-Pittsburgh 8. Philadelphia 6.3B HY 8-3423 .s.... los. os.eS.n cUrf cod .p*:...l..".. e4 1tMt.!
Huntsville 13. Gadsden offers a pretty good test of -Schofield, Mazeroskl. HR-Bailey
Jacksonville 10. Daytona Beach 10 (tie) MO). Callison (21). SF-Callison. I
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Chattanooga 25. Columbus 7 Women's World golf. IP H R ERBB SO I
SchwalLL. 4-3 7 5 3 2 I 7 -- p -
Orlando 21. Mobile 0SOUTHERN
Palmer's 68, which included ......
FOOTBALL LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS McBean 1 1 I 5 I 2 I
and Wise. W.5-1 .... ... I I 2 2 1 6 '
three birdies bogey:
RUSHING YARDAGE one Roebuck .......... 1 1. 0 0 1'I
L Run
Aft. Gain Avg.PIckird. I Softball Meet over the 7,165-yard layout, was Schwall faced two men In 8th. Wise NORTH
J.ck. 51 2IJ 3S iS FLORIDA F.M
aced two men In 9th.HBP I II
,,,. 24 7.1
Pen Orlando 37 271 fashioned with a new putter. -By Wise (Burgess) T-2-35. A-
D. 55 270 43 4Mltcllell.
Snyder. JICk. 35414.
Starts Today And Firestone played longer
MobIle 34 169 31 S.'
Vandergrltf Chltt. 50 164 2 I 3.3 than usual because of heavy Night Game
Pounders. C".tt. 35 15' 2' 4.5 MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES
Knlg". Orlando 10 110 62 11.1: ORLANDO The Women's rains which lasted through mid- akrhM akrhbiAlou I -HEADQUARTERS- I
Burg.... Gldsdn 11 101 37 5.0Hoover. World soft ball tournament afternoon. rf If 5000 Wills ss 4000 I
Orl.ndo 2' 102 14 4.1 Maye cf 5000 Gilliam 3b 4010
PASSING opens here today with 20 Aaron 2Wrf 5 2 4 OW.Davis cf 4130
A. Comp Int. Yds. TDPan. Old Heel Mathews 3D 5 1 2 1 Fairly 4112 ZENITH
is'f i iI
championship teams from the Terre c 5 0 1 0 T. 4000GOliver
.. Huntsville 11. S1 4 53 STrencygler. _
who
told Palmer
Someone I Howard rf 4000Carty ,
Ib 4431
Jack. S1 311 1 52' 3Jones. U.S., Canada and Mexico vying I."tl I.
If 3lllRoseboroc 2000
Orlando 3t 3 336 2Stoll. finished fourth in the first Classic -
for the title. Boiling 2b 2 52 2 Oliver 2t 4010Menke aDJJrl
Dlytonl Ic" 44 24 2 322 3Mason. '
ss 4523MoelI.rp 2000Sadowski ; (
in
it
three years ago. won I
Chat J1 9 3 W 4J Defending champions the p 4010 Griffith pn 1. 0 IMeosi FM
.ckson. Columbus 50 22 2 m 3Seltulu.
1962 and was second last year 1010Tefals
MobIle 62 22 2 2GO Roybestos Brakettes of Stat- 41-816 8 Tetats 14-2-7-2 FM TABLE RADIO
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PASS RECEIVING ford, Cons, and the host team, that his new putter resembledan Milwaukee .. ..._.--..... eee eu en-8LM I
Ne. Yds. TD old heeL Angeles .............. 000 001 Oto-1E
HIlL HuntsYllle 19 3111 J the Orlando Rebels, are top
DAurIa Huntsville 13 15. 2 Palmer held a one-stroke lead -Gilliam, T. Davis. OP-LM Angeles RADIOS
Cruc.. HwtsvII1s 13 f7 1Hogille contenders. AU teams enteredin 1. LOB-Milwaukee 9. Los Angeles 8.2B .
Chat?. 11 21' 3 the tournament are regional over British Open champion -G. Oliver. Menke Aaron. W. Davit.
Blmes. DI,. Bch 11 143 1Glrrett. Tony Lema, who had a 34-35 -Mathews. Menke..HR-Fairly ('). SBG
winners. Oliver W. Davis.IP 1 I
11 115
Columbus
Jack. 154 1Pkkard. 1 The champion must defeat 69 and was the only other playerto SSdOkI.W.7-I..9 "a J 2 CRIB 2 3 SO 3i J49Me4el

Pounders. Chat 120'TD better par.Matching Moeller. L.7-12 5137 4 4 1 31
SCORING each team twice in the double i
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R. Miller 12-33 1 1 0 2!
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PAT FG Pts. elimination tournament Forty par were Ed Grif Perranoskl 2 5 3 1 1 1 Att..ae Fngrmcy C.,?
Itilt I4untsvllli J S I 11 fiths Tom Weiskopf Harold WP-R.", Miller. T-2:36. 1.27.2t7.Budweiser $3995
L..J.ck- 1 1 11Hogille games are scheduled over the I I M722 The CREST j
ChilL 3 I 0 1. nine-day period. Kneece, Bill Collins and Mason Bookshelf sue! FM only Distinctive
(Numerous with 12 poInts) PUNTING Ticket arrangements are Rudolph. U. S. Open championKen Vs. L Quality modern Speaker.styling. Large Automatic 6'x 4*Zenith A
frequency
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Gldsdeft No., Yds.361 Avg.Hicks. 40.1 being handled. by the City of Venturi remained a strong Control assures drift-free FM
Carlon
slap COlumbus S In 3S.Jones. ., Orlando Recreation Department contender with a oneover'parn Pipers circuit reception.3 color Automatic choices."Bats Boo f J PERFORMANCE
,
Huntsville 224 J1.3 Tickets but several other top stars, _
MobIl. per game range
PostmA. 14 517 3&FiIy. '
DIY. Bet\ 3604 from $1 to $2 and for the series -including PGA champion Bobby Defending state champion I'' GUARANTEED
Pound I$. Oltt. 2 72 36.1P.ttva. Budweiser will play Carlon Pipers
had 75 -
Nichols who a were
$8 and $15.
Orlando .
7 241 34.4 '
PASS INTERCEPTIONS PUNT RETURNS The opening game is set for down the list of High Springs, a SUb-dis-1 I Couch's Own
No. Yds. .... Ye trict
TD in
'Im"- J.ck. 2" Mercer. O"tt. S 13 I 7 p.m. today, and the final Jack Nicklaus, the leading champ, an
F. Snyder. Jack. 2. MltdltU. Mob. 3 23 I game is scheduled for 7:30 money winner who could go softball game tomorrow night I COUCH'SBy FM Service <
Westbrook.D.B. 2 J1
at 7:30 at Park.
KICKOF. RETURNS p.m. next Saturday. The ABC- over the $100,000 mark for the City I 1

DIY. Id\ S No. 126 Yd DPelk. S TV network is taping the ruia] year by finishing first or secondin Pitching for Budweiser will, Department

Pounds. CJ\Itt. S 121 5Clayton. game for later broadcast.The the Classic shot a 37-36 71 be Bill (Maggie) Magee Bobby,: FR 6-7171
115RsIey "ASK YOUR *
Hunts 4 I FRIEND
Gadsden J n IMiIct world championship is without nailing a birdie. Gary Barnes and Harold Floyd while I'

ft. Mob. J 55 0 sponsored by the Orlando Amateur -, Player, returning to the tournament -Billy Godwin will hurl for Car.I' Open Friday to 9 P.M. or
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: By ARTUR DALEY Hank Bauer. 0

; NEW YORK Sam Huff has worked himseif into an emotional "My thoughts of a pennantare

: ferment this week. The one-time linebaeking won- high now," beamed Al Lo _

der of the Giants was traded to the Washington Redskins ; __ 'r- t
: last winter and he will face his old teammates Saturday pez."We'll
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top again if. said Yogi Ber- t -
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-. around him. Now that he's recovered from the shock, he's ra hopefully. \

I thought of nothing else since. The build-up within him has Those were the reactions ; ;_ -

been intense. Thursday of three American I I

: "I haven't slept very well this week," he said. League managers following a Friday, August 21 1964 11 _'. .. e5*

I It is to be presumed that he'll be very wide-awake when pair of games that left Chicagoin -Y G BERRA

his services are most necessary. He naturally wants to first place, Baltimore without Tension? I

prove to Allie Sherman that a serious mistake was made Boog Powell and New York -- ---j *

II in shipping him off to the Capital Braves for Dick James struggling for air.

and Andy Stynchula. So Sambo will be whacking away Fifth Straight )

with even more vengeful fury than normal. But if he's Lopez' White Sox replaced the

.mad, Sherman is not. Orioles in first place, blanking' LINZ' HARMONICA ACT

"I have no reaction to Huff," he said coldly. "I still -, fifth
New York 5-0 for their
think the deal will help us and I have no pangs of remorse. -'I- -
straight victory and the Yankees' -
I Even if Sam were still with us, we'd still be in tough --
fourth consecutive defeat.
shape as far as linebakers are concerned. How often _does The Orioles' 4-3 loss to Boston CAUSES YANK FRICTION

a team have two top line- -
FLORIDA SENIOR TOMMY SHANNON dropped Bauer's boys one-hall
backers hurt at the same I I

time? Almost never. Yet it's Leads Talented Quarterback Corps game behind the White Sox.Chicago's i BOSTON (AP) CBS may I Silence followed for a sec field. I try to win. I should be

happened to us." vault to the top have a spot for Phil Linz and his ond. Then from the back of the allowed to do what I want off
made Lopez' 56th birthday a harmonica the Amateur bus r
on came: the field.
Allie has aged considerablyin Shannon happy one, but for Bauer and Hour, but the New York Yank. "Toot. Toot." "
the past month. An unbelievable Tommy "Play it in your room, Berra
---s: number of injuriesto Powell there was no celebra- ees infielder obviously has been Berra rushed toward the backof snapped.

has auditioning for the wrong peoplein the bus and yelled at Linz, "I
key performers jostledhis tion.The Berra also was overheard tell-
.* slugging left fielder broke the corporate structure. said to put it away. You'd think
timetable and rudely interfered ing Linz, "I'll take care of "
4'-"4 with his well-plotted Still Rates NodAlthough his left wrist trying for a catch Manager Yogi Berra took exception you just won four straight." you.

741 9 rebuilding plans. The Giants against the wall in the second to Linz' harmonica play Linz, startled, flipped the harmonica Berra then returned to his

were routed badly by the Minnesota inning and may be lost to the ing in the back of the team bus into the air toward the seat, and again there was sil

Vikings in their tint Florida will deviate sidering their varied talents," I Orioles for as long as a month. Thursday and wound up in a manager as if to give it to him. :ence.

exhibition game and held off from the one quarterback system -says Graves. "In 1964 opponents "We might as well forget hassle described by coach Berra, however, angrily swattedit It was soon punctured by Cro

:ARTHUR DALEY.: &t : in 1964, Head Coach Ray will have to spend prac- him," Bauer'grumbled. Frank Crosetti as the worst in- with his right hand, and it setti, who started yelling at Linz

the Green Bay Packers reasonably well a week later untila Graves makes no bones about tice field time learning to defense cident he has seen in his 33 bounced off Pepitone's right while Linz retorted by tellingthe

disaster: the fact that the king of the two entirely different Difficult years with the perennial American knee. veteran coach to stay out of
24-point last quarter brought them Scoreboard
homers and 80(
hill is still Tom Shannon. field leaders." Forgetting 31 League champions.The I 100 Per Cent the argument.
-Fans Grow Alarmed runs batted in undoubtedly will "
"Shannon is our quarterback Yankees had taken the I "Why are you getting on me, I Order finally was restoredand
While
I 'The vast army of Giant fans has grown alarmed by the ," Graves says with con- on the basis of spring be difficult. Getting a replace bus from Comiskey Park to Linz asked Berra. "I give a the bus proceeded to the

situation. In the old days the exhibition schedule was run viction. "He is an experienced, practice second, Spurrier is currentlythe ment will be even toughter.The O'Hare Airport in Chicago, en- hundred per cent out on the airport.
teamer Graves
off before only those eyewitnesses who were in the stands. talented boy who has proven he White Sox, on the other,route to Boston for a series with ============== m
plans to others chanceto
But now television has whisked those last two horror stories can get the job done againstany give a hand, are playing possibly their the Red Sox. The defending AL

into living rooms. Hence the apprehension. Yet Shenpan, an opponent if he gets any Hall play and, including junior Bruce senior Bennet.Jimmy best ball of the season. After champions had just lost their Eggart Signs ScholarshipLee

than dropping their first 10 games fourth straight to the
incurable optimist, can find more silver linings Polly- sort of help. game
anna. Shannon, who already h o Ids Bennett, however, is so valu- with the Yankees, the Sox White Sox, 5-0, and dropped 4 Eggart, a 6-2, 190-pound lineman for

"People find it hard to believe," he said, "but I feel good most Gator passing records, able defensively he will likelysee turned around and grabbed six games behind the first-place P.K. Yonge this past football season, has signeda

about our showing against Green Bay. Our pass blockingwas figures to set every passing rec- little more than spot dutyon of the last eight, including a Chicagoans.. grid scholarship to Parson's College in Parson -

good; we hit well; we had good pursuit and I saw ord on Florida's books by the offense. Sophomore quarter- sweep of this week's four-game Stared Playing Iowa.

things in the new men I hadn't seen before. Ninety per end of his senior season, and back Mike McCann of Jackson- series. Linz, sitting in the rear of the | Eggart was named "Lineman of the Week"

cent of our unit went well. It was the man who broke he might become the alltimeGator ville Beach will most likely Then there's Berra, who is bus next to first baseman Joe r I by the Sun for his play against Macclenny last
spend most of his 1964
down that ruined plays. total offense leader. year as counting on the eight games the Pepitone, pulled out his harmonica season.

"We're going through more this year than ever before I Graves Pleased a halfback.defensive specialist, also, at top two teams must play with and started playing it. "Lee was a real team player," PKY Coach

for two reasons. We have more new men and more injuries.A Graves was pleased with the each other. The first of four. In the front of the bus, Berra Mike Gutierrez said. "He never gave us less

coach can organize and adjust to many things but injuries ,' Miami boy's 1963 efforts which games in Chicago is on for to-' snapped his head around and .. 'than 100 per cent. His example of dedicationto

leave him helpless. No longer can judgments be made with included 84 completions in 158 Lee Passes night. shouted: football helped many of our younger boysto

technical realism. For instance, Player A is good but hurt1Player ; attempts ((53.2 per cent), and Gets to Yanks "Put that thing in your pock I Lee Eggart progress in that direction.Jets' ."

B is healthy but how good is he compared to A? passing yardage of 956 yards. et."

And how long can we wait for them? New Mates The tension, meanwhile,
-Quarterbacks might be getting to the Yankees. -

-53 Players On Hand"I Berra and infielder Phil

still have 53 men in camp. According to my original He also \hinks Shannon took Past OilersBy Linz became engaged in a heat I Hopes of Success

plans I expected to have cut the squad to 47 by tomorrow.So some bum raps during the year ed row over Linz' harmonica

my first chop will be a big and important one-be- and will tell you so in no Uncertain THE ASSOCIATED PRESS playing in the team bus follow

cause the limit is 45 by Tuesday, 43 by the following Tuesdayand terms. ing the latest defeat. Yankee

40 a week later. The only break we got was the special "His blocking fell down at Apparently the Jacky Lee the Coach Frank Crosetti called the Ride With Veteran WoodBy
Houston
quarterback Oilers
dispensation to Joe Don Looney and Jim Moran, both injuredin times; and, in virtually every didn't need incident the worst he's seen in

the All-Star training camp. They still don't count againstour instance, where he took a big Denver is just what the his 33 years with the team.

quota and I'm still eager to see them in action since loss or failed to make crucial Broncos have been look- Back on the field, Los Angeles JACK HAND A series of trades brought center. Winston Hill and rookie

each has the potential for stardom, Looney at fullback and yardage the fault was not his ing for. edged Detroit 4-3 and Kansas ((10th In a Series) several new men to the Jets. Dave Herman of Michigan State

Moran at tackle. own," says Graves. "On the The Oilers, who have veteran City defeated Cleveland 7-4 in PEEKSKILL, N.Y. (AP) Only center Mike Hudock, line- have a chance.

"Adding to our problems is the fact that we have more credit side, he outplayed Joe George Blanda and rookie Don other AL games. Weeb Ewbank is a chunky little backer Larry Grantham, half-

good young' linemen than we ever had before. We almost Namath of Alabama and almost Trull, said they didn't need a man who thinks he can make back Bill Mathis and Maynard High Hopes
The White Sox shelled Whitey
have too much depth at some positions. As a result, I an- : every other big g a m e third quarterback and "loaned"Lee Dick Wood into another Johnny remain from the original Titans. Ewbank has hopes for rookie
the mound routeto
ticipated we'd be ragged and have breakdowns in our early quarterback he faced. He's to Denver for two years in Ford from en Unitas. The odds against Ew- Wood's Passing Gerry Philbin of Buffalo and

exhibitions. At this time I refuse to get panicked and force been in some mighty big games exchange for veteran tackle their victory. The Yankee bank's project are as long as Ewbank counts on Wood's Bert Wilder of North Carolina
his first start
any moves. Everything will work itself out and soon the for Florida and won most 0 f Bud McFadin and the Broncos'first hurler, making those against his New York Jets passing to Maynard and Turner State as defensive ends. Bob

pieces will fall into place." them." draft choice this year. since Aug. 8, lasted only into the ,in the American Football and the running of Mark Smol-] Watters, a 1963 regular, has

There is a mesmeric charm in Sherman's soothing, un- Helping Shannon this year But Lee returned Thursday fourth inning as Chicago rapped League. inski, rookie Rudy Johnson of been having knee trouble. La-

troubled voice. He can lull any listener into agreeing with will be sophomore Steve Spur night and led the Broncos to a him for nine hits. I Ewbank is taking a good look Nebraska and Mathis to carry! Verne Torczon is the other hold-

him. Yet this hand is being forced even though he won't rier of Johnson City, Tenn., a 32-20 upset of Houston in an First Earned at rookies Pete Liske of Penn the Jets' offense. Either Liskeor over. Paul Rochester and Bob

admit it. He will have to make choices and some will be talented but green youngsterwho American Football League exhi- Their two runs in the second State and Mike Taliaferro of II. Taliaferro will make the McAdams have a chance to oust

on insufficient evidence. Wrong guesses now could be costlyin should develop into an outstanding bition game. inning; the second coming on linois as backup men for Wood oldtimers Sid Youngelman and

the future. This is a grim alternative he cannot escape. quarterback.Varied Lee, who was the backup pitcher John Buzhardt's squeeze but his hopes of success rest on club.Matt Snell, the No. 1 draft Gordy Holz at tackle.

-Huffs Department quarterback for four bunt, marked their first earnedruns the 6-foot-5 veteran. choice from Ohio State, has not Dave Yohn has been moved to

Talents years before the trade, completed off Ford in 46 innings. This is Ewbank's second been able to run yet due to inju- outside linebacker with Wahoo
What puts him on such an awkward spot is the fact that "I think we're better off having 18 of 28 passes for 198 yards yearas ries received in the College All- McDaniel, acquired from Den-
homer coach of the after
the Giants are hurting most in Huff's department of line- two boys, especially con'Ticklish' while Blanda hit 16 of 24 for 144 Bob Tillman's two-run Jets a in trade
four-run second nine-year term with Baltimorein Star game. Bill Perkins, a second ver a taking over as
Fans too inclined to to the highlighted a
backing. are leap erroneous as- yards. middle linebacker. Grantham
man from Iowa, is get. is
the Red Sox the National Football year
Sam traded for This isn'ttrue. inning that carried League
that nothing.
sumption was away The long pro football exhibi- fixture the side.
look right
ting a good at running a on
Dick James has performed advertised run- weekend past the Orioles. Frank Malzone's -
as as a tion continues tonight No Draft Choices back. Marshall Starks and Clyde
ner. "Without him our offense would be in a stew," says with Baltimore at St. Louis in single preceded,Tillman'sblast "We're
not kidding will the
our- The offensive line probablywill Washington man corners
Allie. The other ex-Redskin, Stynchula, has been very goodas the National League the only off Dave Vineyard. Pitcher "
selves, said Ewbank. "The be composed of Sherman and Dainard Paulson and
and excellent defensive Net Match Dave Morehead then doubledon
defensive tackle end.
as action on tap. outfit that was called the Titans Plunkett and Jack Klotz at the Billy Baird will be the safetymen.
Huff has the Redskins boost"in the play on which Powell was
already given an enormous Seven scheduled
are
games
(the Jets' predecessors) didn't tackles, Dan Ficca and Sam De- .
the one position where they were weakest. More important five in the NFL
Saturday night, draft choices for two NEXT
ContinuesCHESTNUT hurt.Dick sign any Luca at guards and Hudock at Pittsburgh
though, he and another acquisition, the temporarily in- and two in the AFL, with one Radatz came on in the We're not there with
years. up
jured Sonny Jurgensen, have given them leadership. They game in each league set for eighth inning and preserved the the: champions at San Diego, or ;: ; : ) ;

haven't had this since Slingin' Sammy Baugh retired. HILL, Mass. Sunday afternoon. victory for Morehead. Kansas City or Hquston. _
f (CAP "These continuationsare
) -
far ahead of
"But we are so I
ticklish said Frank
always last year at this stage thereis

FSU Gridders Froehling."Well it's your serve to no comparison. I'd say we're
better right now than we were
start said Arthur Ashe.
in the middle of last season." I
"Pleasant dreams if you can BALTIMORE BOSTON hllil Night Game I Sensitive to complaints that, NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. C BPhiladelphia AMERICAN LEAGUEW L Pet. G...
get to sleep." abrIibI *b r LOS ANGELES DETROIT I 74 44 .417 Chicago 75 47 MS
Set E. Rob'ncf4Ol 0 Jones 2b 3121 abrhbi abrhbi the Jets have no widely-known
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to San Francisco 67 54.54 TVi Baltimore 74 47 .411 /
Report With and his Mantilla If ADO ,
that Froehling Aparicio ss 3111 Piersall cf 4 0 0 Thomas cf 4120 Cincinnati 47 54 .554 TVi New York 49 50 .50 4
Ewbank lists
: Johnson Ib 4001 Y'trze'ski ef 4 0 2 0 players, as potential -
Power 2b ADO Bruton ph 1000 ,
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partner in the National Doubles i St. Louis 44 56 JU 10 Detroit ft t -l
Powell If 1000 Morton Ib 4000 Fregosi, 2100 Lumpe 2b 4110 stars split end Bake Turner, Pittsburgh 43 51 .521 UVj Los Angeles 43 42 .504 13'
Snyder If 3011 Thomas rt 4000B. Smith If 4110 Kaline rf 4110 .
Tennis Championships Charley
62 57 .521 11Vi Minnesota 4' f .i Vi
I TALLAHASSEE Rob'sn 3b 4 0 0 OMalzone 3b 4110 Adcock Ib 4010 Demeter Ib 3011 Wood, flanker Don Maynarc Milwaukee
Varsity Stadium.
The Tribe's home will Los Angeles 59 *0 .4-6 I4V4Chicago Cleveland 54 64 .45 It
and
Pasarell left Ashe team- 2010 Bressoud 3000
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Satriano 0000 Freehan 3000
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players at Florida State University -have 40,500 seats for the home Orsino c 4 0 onilman c 3122 Rodgers c 4121 Brown If 4012 and tight end Gene Heeter. I 54 64 .447 10 Boston 56 M ..45V If
mate Billy Bond, presumably to Adair 2b 3 1 Morehead p 3 1 1 0Vineyard Torres 3b 3OllWert3b 410Knoop Houston 51 71 Ml 24 Washington 49 75 :KS 27
tomorrow to opener Oct. 3 with New Mexico New York 39 12 .322 3SVS Kansas City 45 74 J7J 2fVtYtsttrdayi
report sleep before the resumption of p 0000 2o 1 1 1 0MAuIiUes 4000 Results
McNally 1000 Clinton rf 4021 McLain 3000 Yetttrdays Garnet
Peterson and p
Head Coach Bill State.
Boston 4. Baltimore 3Chlc.go
their[ key quarter-final match Lau ph 0100 Brunet p l000Cashph 0000 Cincinnati San Francisco 7 .
5 New York 0
his staff. Pre season practice 1000 SPORTSON Philadelphia 2-3, Pittsburgh 0-2
Bra'dtph Pearson ph lOIOWoodpr 0000Ovnski
The Seminoles likewise will today. Totals 30 35 I Totals 32 4 3 p 2000 Milwaukee I. Los Angeles 2 Kansas City 7. Cleveland 4
begins Monday. II feature at. The fourth-seeded team of .... Totals 34 41 3 Tatals 34373 Only games scedutedTatar Los Angeles A. Detroit 3
a new two-platoon Baltimore ..... *00 HI 126-3 Games Only games scheduled
."We plan to hold two-a-day tack. "Because of the liberal -Froehling, from Miami, and Pa Boston .....n'...............n.... 641101 OOJ1-4 Los AngelesDetroit ..... ... ....... 000 tot 4&S..4 TITSATURDAY L. Burdette ,..5 at New York Today's Games
more ....._.. Chicago
sessions for two I ......... 001 2* OO>-3E New York Stotttemyre 3-0 at lotion
practice" substitution rule, we're saneR of Santruce, P.R., and the Aparicio. OP-Boston. LOB-Baltimore -Rodgers, McLam Lumpe. OP-Detroit Pittsburgh Fisher 0-15 Wale night 13-9 at PhiladelphiaShort Heffner 5-4. night
weeks Peterson said. "W Boston 5.2B Los Angeles Latman 4-9 at Cleveland
e 4 I ,
sixth-seeded tandem of Ashe of 1 LOB-Los Angeles S. Detroit t.2B 12- night
planning to go with a two-team -Snyder. Aparicio. Morehead. 33- 12-11 at HoustonJoh, Donovan 4-7 or Ramostfl, night
: have four weeks to prepare for and Bond La Jones. HR-Tillman (11) -Kaline. SB-Fregcsi. Thomas. Milwaukee Ctoninger Kansas City O'Donoghua M at Washing.ton .
Richmond Va. 12:15 Baseball
II 0
system this season, Peterson IP H R ER BBSO IP H R ERBBSO on 013. night Osteen 12-1, night
opening with Miami. 3 :3 410 Cincinnati Maloney 11-9 at Los Angeles
our game says. "By specializing, I think Jolla, Calif., left off Thursday at Vineyard. L. 2.3. 12.3 7 4 A I 3McNally Brunet Osinski W. 2-2. 4 5'1 0 0 1 3 Pirates vs. Phillies. L. Miller 2-4, nightSt. Baltimore Pappas 11-5 at Chicago PW
.... ,
0 9 1 4 7
t-4
the third week will 5 1-3 1 zarro or Horlen "- night
During we
S 4 :3 1 I Louis Si-nmons i 13- at San Francisco.
\\e can strengthen this team. 9-9 in the fifth set. Miller 1 0 0 0 0 0Moretad. Md.an.L34023: 1:30 O CO Baseball Minnesota Stigman ..11 at Detroit Wfc-
off to one practice a day." Navarro 21-3 3 0 0 1. 1 Hend'ey: 10-1. night ..
taper kersham 1.
.
Froehling and Pasarell won W. -,2 7 2 3 3 A T-2.41. -2.173. Orioles vs. White Sox Tomorrow's Games night
Radatz .2 3 0 0 0 3 .. Temorrew's Games
Forty.three'sophomores are Sol\c Problems the first sets 6-2 6-4 then 5:30 Q NBC Chicago at Ne York Baltimore at Chicago
two Morehead faced 2 men in tth.T KANSAS CITY CLEVELANDabrhbi Sports Special at Philadelphia
; expected to, be among the 1964 I Peterson and his staff hopeto Ashe and Bond fought back to -2:15. '-'..331NEW abrhbi. Scheduled: the National Milwaukee Pittsburgh at Houston. N Minnesota Angeles at at DetroitLos Cleveland
Green 2b 4310 Salmon rf 4100 Cincinnati at Los Angeles N
squadmen reporting. The group solve personnel problems in YORK CHICAGO Kansas City at WashingtonNew
take two 6-4 12-10. Darkness 4021 Championship
4110 Howser
Causey ss ss MotorcycleHill St. Louis at San Francisco
York at Boston 2 0 & N
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: will also include 27 letter men the defensive backfield cen. r Charles 3b 402 2Chance Ib 5000 Climb Sunday's Games Sundays Game
ended 430 Landis cf 5120 taped two
play. SI : ,
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returning from the 1963 team. ter, guard and halfback, and in The winners will move into RicWdscn2b4000Weis2b Marls rf LO2OROCLISCflH 5000 3110 Colavito Gentile Ib rf 5112 121 OAzcue Wagner c 4010 weeks ago at Muskegon, Chicago Pittsburgh at at New Philadelphia York Minnesota Baltimore at at Chicago Detroit 2
The season roster lists a the kicking Edwards 4022 Davalilto cf 4211 Milwaukee at Houston. N Los Angeles at Cleveland 2
: pre game. Howard 401 Skowron Ib 4031
semifinals
againstthe Michigan.
3b 1110
Saturday's Ca'pTis If A 0 2 Moran Cincinnati at Los Angele Kansas City at Washington i
: nucleus of 13 seniors and 16 "We have a depth problem at top seeds, Chuck McKinleyof Tresh Pepitone cf Ib 3010Wthb'gef 400eWard3 rf 3001 4121 Meyer Mathews cf 3000Stangep 4000Heid2b 3000 4011 SUNDAY SL Louis at San Francisco New York at BoetonINTERNATIONAL

juniors. just about every position," Peterson San Antonio, Tex, and Dennis BI.nchardlf30l0Hansenu 4110 Stock p 1000 Whitf Id ph 1010 12:15 0 Baseball FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE LEAGUE
Carreon 4021 .
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.. 32070 Totals 345125 ..._-_-. .. .. MI IM 111-4 Buffalo 47 54 .545 4 VRochester
because of injuries are around. test at the Longwood Cricket Angels vs. Indians Miami 24 26 JOO 5V* 47 553J o
... I E-Meyer. Moran. OP-Cleveland 2. Ft. Lauderdale 24 26.500 5V* Toronto 47 41 .523 9
: halfback Phil Spooner of FortMyers Most NCAA member schools. Club Thursday. New Yark ..., 021 tot 200 tot MX IOItCtliuS' -5E LOB-Kansas City a. Cleveland 14. 5C1 O CBS Sports Sarasota 22 27 .A4 0II Richmond 54 70 .444 If
and end Garvin of cannot begin football practice and Ralston eliminated 28-Held. Charles. HR-Oava'ilio (A). SpectacularScheduled Lakeland It J*] 11 Columbus 53 75 .414 23
: Terry McKinley -None. OP-Chicago 2. LOB-New ,SB-Charles. Howser. Da"amI(. 5- aytona BeachYesterday's 10 30 .375 1IV Atlanta/ 44 U JS9 30
S Pensacola. Garvin remains a until Sept. 1, but exception is the seventh-seeded pair of York 5. Chicago .. Charles. : highlight ofa Results Yesterday's Results
I IP H RERBBSC rain
S-Buzhardt 2. SFWard.IP Orlando at Lakeland ppd. Rochester 3. Richmond 2
: question mark because of a recurrent -granted to colleges and universities -Cliff Buchholz of St. Louis and H R ER BB SO Meyer _."....4234 3 3 10 4 circus periormance by Daytona Beach at Tampa. ppd., rain Columbus 1. Syracuse 0
,Fo.d.L.12-S.--3 5 5 0 2 Slock.W,74.. .2 3 1 1 1 2 Lauderdale 4. Sarasota 0MJamJ Atlanta I. Toronto 3
iFort
: knee injury. operating under the trimester Butch Newman of San Antonio, SheIdon..1 1 0 C 10 Wyatt eo........ 1-3'. 0 I I 00 student aerialists from i. $'. Petersburg 2 Jacksonville 7. Buffalo 4
: The Seminoles will play for system, as is Florida 6-3, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3. Bnchholz and Stafford .......... 3 2" C 0 1 Stange ........... 7 3 3 4 3 Florida State University, Todays Games Todays Came
Hamilton ......H. 1 I I I 0 1 McMahon. 5-3 ... 1-3 3 3 3 1" 0 :.Orlando vs. Lakeland at Leesburg 2 'Rochester at Columbus
the first time this season in an State. Classes begin at FSU on Newman had beaten the U.s. Buznardt W. 104 9 7. 0 S 4 Bell .............. 13-31.1 0 I 1 filmed three months ago Daytona Beach at Tampa Syracuse at Richmond .
Ford faced 2 barters In 4th I Stange faced 1 man In Oth. I.St. Petersburg at Mla-nl .Atlanta at BuffaloJacksonville ?*
expanded Doak S. Campbell Sept. 7. Davia Cuppers earlier this year. WP-Buznantt. 1-2:04. A-3U/7. I WP-McMalxxv BelL T-320. A..3J20. ,in France. .Sarasota at Fort Lauderdal a* Toronto



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: ;Be Found The Death of Teleball TAMPA (AP-Fourteen Florida ll I i :: Classified for Only 1j | I Ii

h been
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4 Republicans .
; WASHINGTON (AP) A new
chosen to serve in the electoral
cancer research development i DEADLINES, I .1|
college if GOP carries the statein
which a Senate group says fore- Tues. Thru Fri. paper*-S p.m. Day before publication g
elee-
the Nov. 3 presidential
shadows a likely major breakthrough ---- For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. SaL 5
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in pin-pointing the 3fri flcrk Etm3 they charged that C.B.S. was that" he was the employe in baIl Thereafter, they announced -,tion.State Republican Chairman E: (Minimum ad 4 lines) E5 il

cause of the highly fatal insulting Italian American question, but stated that he had the game would be called gs

leukemia of childhood, became NEW YORK No one tookit : everywhere by depicting these drifted innocently into left field teleball. Tom Fairfield Brown said FAMILY RATES |

known in detail this week. of course when the Thursday he sent the list to ; 1 Insertion 34c line H
The seriously, men as members of a losing before anyone knew that televi- N.B.C. quickly followed suit Gov. Farris and 3 Insertions :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: nc line s '

Senate Appropriations Columbia Broadcasting System -team. sion was going to take over and topped C.B.S. by announc- Bryant requested 6 Insertions .............................................. 17e ine so t
Committee referred to the development -' purchasing the New CJ3.S. Mr. baseball.In they be pledged to Barry I 12 Insertions ............ ..................... 14c line
I upon promptly dropped ing that it. had assigned Huntley Total charge mMd..b mumplylng? ; total lines x rat earn- '
in general terms in a York Yankees stated that net- Goldwater for president and ed x number ef Insertions. f'
Pepitone's contract, and hired a a brilliant stroke, C.B.S. and Brinkley to manage the I fl t,

report released Tuesday. Commenting work operations would not be first baseman named Jones, who persuaded N.B.C. and A.B.C.to Mets and narrate the tapes. In William E. Miller for vice president i I Five letter words per tine '

; on it and other scientific -permitted to become interwinedwith wasn't much of a ballplayer but join it in abolishing left- an effort to recover, C.B.S. announced I

; findings reported in recent the Yankee managementOn was blessed with a nondescriptface. field. It was a position their that it was recalling The 14 are: I 8 Pt. Sam .* 2 line I

r, hearings, the committee said: the other band, no one The network reasoned that joint statement said, in which Yogi Berramore from "What's Brown; William T. Wakeman, ordinary type I i

"Effective methods of prevention quite foresaw how drastically while retaining Messrs. Bo there was no mass viewer in- My Line?" and teaming him Palm Beach; William D. Paw- I I 12 Pt ordinary Same as type 3 lines i t3s '

and cure (of leukemia) network philosophy would ultimately -ra and Pepitone would not hurt: terest due to its remoteness with Roger Mudd to battle ley, Miami; Mrs. Helene M. Same, as 4 lines "f'

seem distinct possibilities in the change the nature of the box office, the corporationcould from the cameras. N.B.C. in the ratings. Morris, Sarasota; Hugh C. Edwards =- 18Pt.I ordinary: type

light of several observations, basebalL The reader will recall not risk an Italian-Ameri The revolution in the game With General Eisenhower Gainesville; A. R. Brau- I \

1, some old and some new." that shortly after C.B.S. boughtthe can boycott ,of its soap and occurred the following year managing and narrating the tigam, Tallahassee; Mrs. Thel- 24 Pt Same ...s S tine jf

Perhaps the key finding Yankees, the National horse operas. Mr. Berra was when C.B.S. announced that the taped A.B.C.. Dodgers, teleball ma Fischer, Clearwater; G. '. ordinary type

made so recently that the scien- Broadcasting Co. snapped up asked to change his name to Yankees would discontinue live became the biggest TV game Harold Alexander, Fort Myers;

tists involved have not yet had the old New York Mets and the Berramore and given a positionas baseball and that all their since "The $64,000 Question." Walter K. Dean, Pensacola; Ernest II I I '

their findings published in medi American Broadcasting Co. permanent panelist on games would be taped. This, the The bubble finally burst when Butt, Jacksonville; Mrs. 36 Pt Same:, as 7 lines 1

cal literature is that virus- bought the Los Angeles Dodgers. -"What's My Line?" network explained, would enable the producers were caught rig- Lillian Huber, Winter Park; J. I I ordinary type

J! like particles found in the bloodof .. This crisis had scarcely C.B.S. to tape an entire six- ging the tapes, to stimulate D. Stetson Coleman, Delray i

some human victims of leukemia the networkswere blown over when the Daughtersof month season in three monthsof viewer interest. Teleball has II The Gainesville Sun trill not be responsible for more than one
Within the year, Beach; Mrs. Opal A. Shelton, incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement -
can apparently be madeto locked in a murderous beiindthescenes the American Revolution denounced concentrated winter play, never recovered in this country, Hollywood and Mrs. Margaret :'! to a greater extent than the cost ot the space occu
In
ia piecby: the Item the advertisement. No adjustment will =
grow in laboratory test tubes. competition for C.B.S. for having a left thus cutting costs and permitting -though in Japan one can still Blair New Smyrna Beach. be made on errors that do not materially effect the value ofthe
j jI .
The development climaxing baseball leadership, and all their fielder on its payroll. In. the en- the networks to edit out see the quaint old nine inning, jI ; advertisement.The G

three years of effort dating resolve to keep hands off the suing congressional investigation -long stretches of dullness which I I line-man sport known as base I Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ...
i fecting any advertisement which it deems objection and
from the time when such particles !-game went by the wayside as Mr. Tom Tresh admitted characterized so much live base-j ball. I Population trends indicate I Chilli;' the classification of any advertisement< from that ordered .1

were first found in leukemia -vice presidents felt the pressureto there will be 300 million Americans E .to conform to the policy of the paper.

patients is a necessary raise attendance, or else. before the year 2000. !! !!

prelude to pinning down whether the Welcome S Baby Sitters, Child Cart
The first big change for 12 Male Help Went.dSOLICITOR
u.s. Nuclear
the particles are truly vi- occurred after to Up SALE OP PULPWOOD
C.B.S. Yankees WILL keep children in home
Sealed bids will be received for the sale my WANTED selling
indeed ex
ruses and whether, they the N.B.C. Mets had beaten ShotversIn of Hardwood and-or Pine Pulpwood to all day or atter schooL Will I perience helpful earnings un-
are directly or indirectly in- be opened at 3:00 P.M. August 28, 1964, pick up at Steven Foster School. limited. UNIVERSITY STUDENT
them at the box office for the by the Florid Division of Corrections. Call Mrs. Talbott at 3725745. SIS MAY apply others age 25 43.
volved in causing human leu- The Midwest Santa Fe Correctional Farm, Gainesville NW 3tm Ave. Write history and selling back-
third consecutive year. in SE AsiaBy Floride. Bid blanks and terms of KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE ground for appt. H. .. w. Indus.
kemia. preeminence of the Mets show- Might his sale can be obtained personally or Day wk., or mo. Old NewberryRd. __tries.: P.O. Bat Till, Ocale FII.

It could also be a first step towards ed unmistakable C.B.S. announced I I by writing! or, calling Santa W.Fe Earl CorrectionalFarm Farnell Planned programs. Pick up ARE you in a rut? Talents not
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Superintendent at Littlewood and TerwIIIJger appreciated? Want
trying to develop a vac- Phone 3769027 Route 2 Box 391 Gel ahead ProfEstonal
that what the public schools. Call FR 2-6M7. faster
cine against leukemia. baseball. ELTON C. FAY In the strategic phase of the Thunderstorms and heavy i Gainesville 3556) 8K. Florid 21CALL rapidly Insurance and Corp. Is expanding
wanted was hillbilly showers rattled the TINY TOT has urgent need for
over nalion's -
Officials of the National Cancer the announce- WASHINGTON (AP) command and control system, FOR BIDS agents Is and maneger Company
Accordingly well
Institute supplied the infor- went C.B.S. planned to American nuclear power on the the Polaris forces operate under midsection today, bringing NOTICE OP INTENTION TO PLAY SCHOOL Has excellent known sales in this plllls.area and See
I ment on, much-needed rains and REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Visit UI and see for yourself. company representative in
mation when asked by a reporter sign 10 of the most ludicrous: perimeters of Asia will begin this procedure: Pursuant to Section 16309 Florida 34 SE 8th St. FR A-78M. 205 Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 8:3010:30 Rm.
destructive winds. And,
some Statutes notice Is hereby given that the or call 3768435Phone
for
what the Senate committeewas ballplayers in the country for moving toward a substantial in- undersigned C. D. CUTTS, C. R. CLARK COMPETENT mother will care apPOlnt""t. :
weeks. At the top Washington is winter came to the northern business under the firm name of for children reasonable In her WANTED piano pllyer tor ,
referring to in its report. and have Mr. crease in the next few doing gOlpel
the coming season FLORIDA WHOLESALE 1490 Hawthorne home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone. quaflef r
The Senate committee gave Berra insert them in the I Into the launching tubes of a linked via radio at all times Wyoming mountains. I Road Gainesville, Alachua County, FlorIda FR 6-4481. 481-2381 .
in to the Sen. Yogi 'submarine will be with Polaris submarine on pa More than an inch of rain intends to register said fictitious WOULD like playmate"" my lit-
its views .
a report placed com
lineup[ late in all games in which name under the provisions ot the lore- tie girl days. Age 2 to 5. Play IBM COMPUTER
drenched ,
eastern Iowa of
ate recommending a $140,011,000 bat-ready missiles and the first trol. This communications linkage one aid Statute. equipment. Phone FR 2-7471 see
the Yankees had run up Insuperable -. where moisture has i Dated at Gainesville, Florida this 6th at 2221 N. W. SStV Terr. TRAINEES
appropriation for NCI, plus $10 leads. armed Polaris ship will be is through a "redundant"alternate many areas day of August, A. D.. 1964. Four NEEDED

million more for the institute's ready to head for station in the ( ) network of radio been critically short. At Water.I C.C. D.R. Cutts Clark 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED IS IBM young 1401 men Computer wanted Prgrawfliers. to train

special cancer-virus research The policy was an instant success -Western Pacific. circuits, so that if one fails an- 100, 2& inches of rain came 35iO 1:7. 14, ]1, 21 esslry.. No previous ,xPtrience "eco-
and the A.B.C. Dodgerswere PASTRY Bakers, two positions sal Age 11 33.
I down in less than an hour. An I NOTICE OF ELECTION "ngle. married or
other workable system is readyto Hig" school
pro ams.J This event, long planned, ary commensurate with exper education requlre. -
that I TOM ADAMS
It
able to hold their own only Be known Starting
lence. in to Mr.
in than Apply person salary
inch and a half fell less $60 to
S9J
takes on new Importance because take over. Secretary of State of the State of Florida, Summers. Food Service Division. a. week, depending on
by packing their squad heavily half an hour at Moline, 111. do hereby give notice that a GENERAL University of Florida. Equal Op- backgrOUnd, ln experience.qualifietiofis -
of the political debate ELECTION will be held In Alachua :
Opportunities! for
and cowboys, poruntity Employer. advancement
with gangsters Polaris submarines can receive Seventy-mile-an-hour winds County Florida, on Tuesday next sec- Positions paying to
whose off the-field antics kept over the Gull of Tonkin operation ceding the first Monday In November, I WANTED experience waitresses year, If accepted.over 112.000 .
the nature of orders issued radio signals, even sub- swept Prairie Village, Kan., a A. D., 164 the said Tuesday being' the all shifts. Larry's Restaurant I" Dallas. You Texas must relocate -
level of viewer Interest.As 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Apply Hump.ty mInimum for a
a high third day of November to fill the following of II
the of baseball declined -and the general topic of nuclear: merged as they usually are Kansas City suburb, damaginga offices: Dumpty Drive In. Willing to Work months on a full must be
quality time
through use of a very low few winds to United States SenatorRepresentalive lob and att.nd
trees.
Gusty LEGAL shorthand special
intellectuals and longhairs weapons control. i : in Congress for the Eighth Secretary typing three evenings a Classes
frequency that penetrates salt miles hour Congressional District required. Experience pre- sonal wnk. A per
50
J nearly qualify
an came
in" interview
Call FR 2-8585.
BESI Daniel Boone ferred. Is
that the The submarine QUlred. re.
protested game Three (3) Justices of the Supreme Court For In
water. with the heavy showers in Iowa. Groups 1, 2 and 3 Mr. Voorhus apPOintment cal'
Coast at Mare REGISTERED NURSES Positions .t FR
Privately built the West 2-3311 Thurs.
was being destroyed. on I thru
One (1) Judge of the District Court of Monday ,
available; R.N for 3-11 A.M. to
Earlier tornado 6
network executives agreed. Island Naval Shipyard, is due to: The chain of command for or a was reported Appeal for the First Appellate District shift In E.R., 11-7 spervlsor, O.R. Write Rutherford Placement P.>Sets>c. or_

Look," they told the intellec- return to the Pacific next month ders to fire or not to fire -' near Maysville, Mo., destroying One Circuit(1) Circuit Judges Eighth Judicial supervisor and Registered two O.R.Nurses technicians for all as Ice, 75201.2024 Mali' Street Dallas, Tex.

tuals, "we appreciate good baseball from firing tests and training in begins with the President, then some farm outbuildings. No Governor Secretary of State shifts 7-3 3-11 and 117. Con- AND LICENSED ELECTR ICIANS
tace Mrs. M. Gilerease. Directorof
as much as you do, but the the Atlantic. The new Polaris goes through the secretary of one was injured.A Comptroller Nurses, Wuesthoff Memorial ApPly EXPERIENCED Mr. Pickard Holiday HELPERS
Commissioner: of Inn.
Contact me today slobs won't sit still for it. It fleet support facility at Bangor, defense, the Joint Chiefs of foot of snow fell Thursdayin Agriculturereasurer ledge Hospital, ,Florida.P. O. Phone Box 6,636-2211 Rock- Undayfrom9AMY.s .

i is our duty to give the people Wash., will then be ready. Mis- Staff. the Big Horn Mountains east Attorney GeneralSuperintendent of Public Instruction Ext. 219. SANDWICH

117 N.E. what want." silesith warheads will be of Lovell, Wyo., hampering motorists -,Florida Public Utilities Commissioner LADIES SHOP
they tate Attorney of the Eighth Judicial 1029 W. Univ. Ave.
i U.S. 14-alternate and CHRISTMAS Is coming up- Counter
on man
16th Ave. In no time at all, however, slipped into the sub's 16 tubes Plain Talk Circuit work? We pay SI.15 an hour for and son.GRADER.. grill work. Apply in per.
Public Defender Judicial Circuit
U.S. 212. The snowfall I Eighth
reportedly hours a week. Work on
for twenty
: will be ready
[. the Yankees were in fresh trou- and the Boone closed for a while Beartooth One (1) Member. of the House of Representatives your own. See company repres- OPERATOR wIth lime.
ble. After the pennant business. Although the Boone CARPENTER AP entative in Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe. rock experience and other heavy
,. PhoneFRanklin losing Wyo. ) Pass near the northeast entrance County Judge Bldg. 9:30 10:30 A.M. or call equipment Men needed. Lake
in C.B.S. was made her initial shakedown Clerk of the Circuit Court 374-MtS for appointment.MORLEY'S Paving Co. Lake City
:three years a row, Sign at an abandoned farm on to Yellowstone National Sheriff City. F'I.'
I
handed a bad scare when seven cruise in the Pacific, she carried -, Tax Assessor SANDWICH STATION "'TTENDANT day
shift.
the wind-blown plains east of Park. Tax Collector Imperial Service
2-0444 viewers of Italian American no combat weapons. And I I. County Superintendent of Public Instruc. SHOP 4207 NW 13th Street. Station
: extraction wrote letters charg- the rockets she launched off: Cheyenne: Elsewhere today there werea I tlon.i 1029 W. Univ. Ave. Waitress, applyIn SERVICE slatlon man and good
few showers over Florida and i Supervisor of Registration person. meChlnic. Experlenc
ing the network with depictingtalianAmerican Cape Kennedy, Fla., were test 'No trespassing. Survivorswill ,Three (3) Members of the Board of WHITE housekeeper for an elderly Excellent OPPOrtunity for requIred.
Ralph Turlington baseball in- and training devices, without Texas and light rains fell along I County Commissioners Districts 1, 3, couple, prefer middle-aged lady to man. Interviews August 22nd right, at
as Shell
be prosecuted." the North Atlantic and 5Two live In as one of family. S16 wk. Station Newberry Road A
I warheads.The Coast. (2) Members of the Board of Public room & board. Phone Waldo, Federal Hwy. 7$.
I P621097 competents. I Instruction Districts 2 and 3 4681752. CARPENTER

lun iatil They referred, of course, to second of the expected II County Judge of Solicitor the Court of Record COUNTER GIRL wanted no experience SteadY work subdivision-or-tr Work m:

STATE FARM ___ anchor Polaris squadron for i necessary. Apply Park In "alltka, OCI'a.' G.ilnesvill.
Mr. Berra, the Yankee seven-ship Dial-a-Satellite Service I.County SurveyorIn Lane Cafeteria Gainesville Shop R!" ort to Bruce ,
fetal... *. .terns Cwpr IIIIIUC- man, and to Mr. Joe Pepitone, the Pacific will go onto station II. Testimony hereunto set Whereof my hand I have and ping Center no phone calls min.'r"rOve Young America Massey Homes,for.RI...
SUbdiVisIon
1Ifa: IIIII I andYou'll this fall which time a the Great Seal of the please. Palatk F'I.' Rt. 17. East
the Yankee first baseman, late by State of Florida, at Tallahassee CASHIERS. Must be experienced.One ,
forward support base with a Puts Housewife in OrbitNEW the Capital, this full-time one part-time. Pre-
the thirty-first day of fer part time to be filled by Uni- WANTED blrt.nder. '
Apply
I tender and other service ships, July. A. D.. 1964. versity student. Phone Florida Thomas In person. Hot $
YORK (AP Satellite TOM ADAMS. SEe. Book Store FR 6-6066, Mrs. Me -
will be at Guam. ) Thursday. "When I explainedthat RETARY OF STATE- --- on for appointment.

PAY TOO MUCH buffs have got Josephine this is Brooklyn became (SEAL) YOUNG man 20 to 23 to fill v'a-'
The nuclear power of the 112 they (3543) 1:7. 14, 21, 21 BABY sitter wanted. Responsible cancy in progressive company

missiles, in the seven subma- Schlosser of Brooklyn in orbit, annoyed. Some of them mature baby white sitting woman own for transportation occasional -- Only hard In Working future need WWW epply.man Interested -

with their constant telephonecalls I used terrible IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN desirable. Please write Box Finance AD.
nines will be added to the even language. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN 463A, Gainesville Sun. ::11t:1r; is n. M.in.
of U.S.-based for tracking data. The RE: University of Florida
IF YOU BUY greater potential calls apparently were state of WANTED saleslady must have jewelry Student to work full time before
ICBM strategic missiles of the She has no tracking data. prompted by newspaper stories EFFIE MAE NORRIS store experience & referen sChool starts then part limp
ces. Steady position. good salary.
Air Force; to the strategic What she does have besidesa here that told of the dial-a- Deceased. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. afterwards.part Room payment.rent For to Infer-constitute -

weapons aboard carriers of the jingling telephone and jan- satellite service and the NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll WANTED experienced waitress. matlon call FR "3DI%.
BEFORE GETTING gave creditors of the Estate of Effie! Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau-
7th Fleet and Strategic Air gled nerves is the same Washington telephone number. Ae Norris. deceased are hereby noti rant. 310 NW 13th St. CARRIER BOYS between lj1j
tied and required to file yrs. old needed for paper
claims route
Command planes which rotatein telephone number as one fora The calls continued to pour demands which they may any have against or BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn In the N.E. and N.vy. Sections.
said Estate In the office of the County up to $5 per hour demonstrating Wonderful experience for your
and of Western Pacific dial-a-satellite service at the into the
out Schlosser home at all
Judge of Alachua County, Florida, In the famous Studio Girl son dally contact with the pub-
OUR PRICE bases and to the tactical-size Smithsonian Institution in Washington hours Wednesday and Thurs Courthouse at Gainesville, Florid, within Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. lic prepares him for a leading role
six calendar months from the date ofthe Phone 376-4336 after 6. In his future. For more Inform
atomic weapons available to D. C. first publication of this Notice. Each flon call' Gainesville Sun, Cirevla./

land and carrier-based planes. And if dial the Washington day.Mrs. claim or demand must be In writingand SalespersonFOR tlon Dept. 377-8441.
you Schlosser said the New must state the place or residence and FULLTIME salesman w.ntea.jj.

S I: The weapons of the Polaris number in New York City York Telephone Co. suggestedshe must post office be sworn address to by of the the claimant claimant, and his I In full our time sales permanent organization.position tail clothing and furnishings.in experience .

fleet are designed only for big- without first dialing the Wash take the receiver off the gent void or his attorney, or it will become Experience is preferred but not ing. Salary necessary commensurate retail with sell
according to law. required. Apply Wilson's Department -
scale, strategic war. ington area code, you get the hook. Dated this 5th day of August Slore.WANTED ability and experience. iVi day
A. D., 1964. week. Insurance benefits. Write
The Furniture Manufacturers t But the standing and special i Schlosser residence.The "But I can't do that," she experienced Legal Secretary resume to box 461-A to arrangefor
to begin work by August 21,
i orders and particularly, the first of some 300 telephone -said. "I might be getting some MAEBELLE-s-Mabelle Bland BLAND Allen ALLEN. or earlier. Salary commensurate personal Interview."
I with MAN over 21. in W. AI.
experience and ability. vacancy
"command and control" systemare calls.came Tuesday night. calls from my sister-in-law or as Executrix of the Estate Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and chua Co. or part Gainesville for

a fundamental part of both I "Starting from 8:30 people somebody else in the family, or First publication of Effie on Mae Norris deceased Blue C.Shield.A. Clayton For Interview or James contact E.- ferred.Rawleigh Will dealer.consider Full time ambitious pre-

IAMPLE HOUSE the strategic and tactical weapon began calling to ask about my husband might get some August PAGAN,7th CROUCH, 1964. & ANDERSON Clayton. Phone 372-9591. per part-timer.hour and Many up. Write now earning Rawleigh S}

systems. space," Mrs. Schlosser said business calls." I 212 Gainesville Southeast, Florida First Street CURB night WAITRESSES shift, top wages.- day Applyin and' FA I 320 1170. Memphis Tenn.

AttorneyS for Executrix person Jerry's Restaurant, YOUNG man high school education -
3542) 1:7 14, 21, J8 _2310 S. W. 13th St. to answer phone, wait on
South Main St. at S.W 13th St in
customers busy building sup
\ CALL FOR BIDS SECRETARY WANTED Must be No phone calls. WriteP.
ply yard.
I The Division of Plant Industry, State proficient In shorthand and typ- O. Box 450 City._
IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL TIME I Department of Agriculture Room 508 ing. Salary commensurate with
: Seagle Building Gainesville Florida experience and ability. Scruggs WANTED 4 MENto
will receive sealed bids for 20,000 lb$. *. CarmichaeL 3 SE 1st Avenue work with large eastern e'e' -
20 per cent Dluron granular weed killer Ph. 376-522. trlcal concern In the Gainesville
AztiotLivestockProdiicII ers! not later than 11:00 A.M. Friday area. High commissions, we furnish .
BE ON September 4. 1964. Material to be delivered BEAUTY 5'* days a OPERATOR week Group wanted.insurance leads. Age 23-49 neat In ap-
pearance. car necessary. No ex.
and unloaded at Winter Haven. sick paPlease phone
I Isell V. W. ViileneuveAccountant 3721511. patience needed we train you.
Call Mr. Haney. Moo. Wed. and
I f35 7) 1:21, 21 LEGAL Secretary proficiency in Frl. only at FR 2-OSOO between
you hive bogs or cattle' t* TIME-TO typing l> shorthand required and 10 AM. Scott & Fetzer

in the futura I, legal experience desirable. Low- __Corp___ _______________________
now or picas ry A Andrews 376-4691. -
: MAINTENANCEVACANCIES
contact one .f the buyer at CLASSWakeUp Announcements WHITE female, neat honest I dependable
to make sandwiches
Copeland Sausage Company an I drinks l. use cash register. Sal.
ToMusic. $60 per wk. with Increase Large phosphate chemical operatlons -
llv. thorn an opportunIty to I! 3 LOST FOUND to ary$70 over 6 months period. In central Florida has Immediate
Must have experience using cash" vacancies for maintenance -
buy your livestock. I LOST Beegie dog mostly white; register. Light grill work exper. personnel with minimum of..
with large black spots wearing lence helpful but not necessary. five years experience as Journeyman
collar with owners name. Last Hours 11:30 AM. to 1:30 P">". in the following classlfl
""'-" seen on NW 39th Ave. near 75 and 5:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. < cations:
COPELAND OFFERS YOU 3995ZENITH interchange. $50 Reward. PhoneE. days a week. For appt. call 376- Maintenance Mechanic: Must have
e-3370 Gainesvllle. knowledge and experience -
M. Beville FR 0924 between 10:30 & 11:39 thorough
mornings or 5 to 9 evenings In general maintenance
4 BIG ADVANTAGES AM CLOCK FOUND In the vicinity of Greyhound -only. Sandwich Inn. work.Industrial Inclu pumps.ng welding piping repair and materials of

Wh SNoz.v.Time' Bus Station med. sized dog. handling equipment. Prefer -
C LOC K CALLINGIncreased
MllltJ.'l He AC 1f.l1O Owner can claim at 1113 NW 2nd AVON previous experience In chem.
11116
1. Cash market every day. 0 et Ave. on identification & paymentof Foil business necessitates lea Is, rock crushing cement con-
A1ari' .
yot this at'
TwIflght- centrator related industry.
uidsi. L$24.ThS r- or
2. No commission. 7 II fMIta.0cII wik.y06 1111II. Prs siorViri :. RADIOS I LOST Dalmatton coach dog. No coJ- placing 3 women Applicants must be In good physical .
AM ncaptjoLfiltar. I lar. Reward. Call FR 2.26724' immediately. Real opportunity condition between the agee ef

3. Special consideration given to meat type hop. I .ti.AM = ==rct statc.;= PERSONALIZED'SERVICEROOFING Good for opportunity those who for qualify.mothers or pany 25 equivalent and offers 45. High excellent required.school benefit4 The education Com*-

4. Con furnish hauling for sufficient .quonttoot. I of school age children eluding group Insurance retirement -' ,
holidays, etc.
ft SHEET METALWORK servicing Avon Cosmetic
$1995'UP all typeS. Can Bobby Reply with futt qualifications t.
_Th Wood. Customers. Write Avon, Employment Supervisor, P, 0.
CALL COLLECT 462-1011 r FR 6-4707. P. O. Box 448, Gainesville Box 167, Bartow. Fla.
!la. or colt FR 2-0421. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special *v
tention\ to or elderly.!
nervous 13-tUfpJvUUefFtmab!
Easy Way Driving School FR 12 Mat Help Wanted1
CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK 17002Ue.. by State ef FU.
TO WANTED Retired couple With
COUCH'S 608 N.OPEN KUT 'N KURU BEAUTY SALOON ATTENTIONASSISTANT trailer house to be caretakers of
NORMAN VCECH Beauty on Budget 40 acres of land. No hard later.
Main St.P.M.. FRIDAYFR Alt work guaranteedPerm. Can turn out to be permanent po
IS up $tIamSI.50 up anion with growing bustnfst.
14 E. Univ. Ave. 37277 MANAGERSLoan Write 804W., Gainesville Sun.
Open night, ty apptSrtCIAL -
6-7171 Loan needed for Central PLACEMENT SERVICE"
CopelandSAUSAGE Florida otiice. Small office good OFFICE. PROFESSIONAL
E NOTICES salary good future. Send resumeto
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST 103 Long Point Road Cape TECHNICAL
THANK YOU for making the Canaveral Fla. or call collect COLLEGE GRADUATES _.

COMPANY -. ALACHUA FLORIDA I Selection of ZENITH Radios. Stereo.T.V's J 1964 the success PARADE'It was.OF Gainesville HOMES _SERVICE T.i C. Haftseile station attendant at J-64t4.needed .Ff2OPPk Monday thru.call S-4.C4 Friday.373-4377 P.M. _

Junior Woman's Club Horn Superior Service Station. 421 NW. PERSONELL CENT .'
BuUdef Auoc. of Gainesville. urn St. ._ 102 NW 2nd Avenue

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Friday, ,August 21. 1964 Gainesville Sun 1)G1UILIFlS115I1


34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale .

i ,1 I TFICA7NINDE I OVER 30 acres of lake front. many OWNER LEAVING. 3 BR.. CCB. BY OWNER concrete; block 3 bedrooms 741p. si

bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished 2 bams pump for lawn. 1500 an. 2 bams large conveni SIAlTIl RIEltit lR1ip
houses with dock and deep Assume FHA mortgage. 2-7543 ent. See at 1417 NW 10th Ter.

j ANNOUNCEMENTS well pump. Many extras. On _or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath Irg. F.IMIC.ITIEIR.AIGIC.IDIACROSS
MERCHANDISE Lake Santa Fe. Lewis
Jewelry Co. Inquire BUY HAPPINESS STRETCH tt$ open-beam ceiling. paneled din- 33.RaClio- A RIt1UIISI1I5 It11I
1.. 1I..rIa. ing & family with fire- _
room
By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home
Cl ... ..
Car' .! Thinks U BvrMackimerj LARGE rustle house on Lake Swan built In this area by place. Irg. fenced-in back yard, l.Tv.iUec acm e element
I..... A 1'.... 12 T*>leO I 200 ft. waterfront. white sand ALACHUA HOMES. INC built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 461- fabric "Launder
I 4 Fenoaallset flerrUee Boildlar tutorials beach reduced price $1.400. Phone 376-0430 1681FORDYCE 15IIRIEISSMIIIP _____
5 Tr Ttl UUnnUtoB 4 BeuekeM Ge4 P"4755111." Model Home Opening every Sun. 4. Persian :7. Palmyra _ f
S S.-clal N.U... 61 ABUCBCS from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning palm fiber IL.IADIE.Ir
7 ftorUtsB M Misc. Fer Sale $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! August 16. 3331 N.W. 21 PL fairy
11 Trading Feita a::: 133 Acres Fe Befall 38.Second ( I.
*.y Sitters. CkH4 Cue on beautiful Santa Compare cost with aU other 3 ,
t. ru ti Te G. Lid a Article Waited river. with Vi mile Rd. frontageon bedroom. 2 bath fully air cond. 11. Do 42. Forehead IPICIT -r HlM-rc A T
nsql T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE a FB. oil W4s 11 St. Rd. 236. less than 3 ml. homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY wrong
7. JUite Maria Eisi*. W. of High Springs. About M TIME." REALTORFINLEY 12. Perfume Extremity D IMlUIk.IA T
71 Cap HuM Flak acres cleared farm house shed 13. Employ 49. Raw metal
t: 21 Office EfBlpMet-t I and storage room spring. Ideal r' TIRAl2$
Corroded
1C Alr,..... 8.-KtaUlo 'n Mmakal ....ell..41.. Club- or Camp site. AREA 14.Wither 50. ElLis IDlE
I ;1 Track* for Sato RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor MERRILLNEW 100 sq ft. 3 Bdrs.. 2 baths large p... Coruerva-- M
7* Trmek WaitedMTrMUnATrvck REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1 11 W. Unlv. Ave. Ph 37 -135f Fla. room. Fireplace A-C & C-H. .. 15. Imperil tOTe
LISTING 3 4 bedroom
or
ReitaJaKt machine and other
washing
Trailer ..e.talI1I11..Jclea 3 bam masonry home lust repainted features. Only $22,300and many good -. ::5 17. Long ago 52. KIng topper SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZU
12 Mobile Homes for Sale Inside and out. 2 air Hartebeest
RETIREMENT RENDEZVOUSFIVE 19.
SceelertM terms. Call Fordyce. 3761236.REDWOOD ,
.. U Lu for Pale rooms and beth on Lake Al- conditioning units double carport 53.Mining 3.Leads lO.Throngli
AeUMOkile pair* 30. Ston char
UAiUMkll Sate ** Wttatronl rrepert, to. Furn.. Incl elee.l range. GE laundry facilities and large TRIM Atsel 4.Am i-. 16.Without
s far
U Bevica Fer .... refrigerator oil heater good water comer lot. ONLY $1.500. DOWN completely built In kitchen. 1.500SQ. acter 54.OldItal.
MlwtB CanEDUCATIONAL
M Cetlage.; Fee .... dock and boat shed. Lg. ft. living area 3 bdrs. 2 author deductions
>7 Keal Estate: ExckuceiU cleared lot. $10,400. 468-1751. SUBURBAN Immaculate 3 bed- baths. Large wooded lot In Mason 22. Waste name 5.Girl's name 18.Twilight
Real Estate Waited room Hi bath spilt level home Manor. Only' $21,100 and low down 55. Bread
allcn..ance 6.Wands
U SckMta ...tne.... U Oms .f T.w. Frcpert/ SPECIAL can be bought under FHA for payment. Call Fordyce. 374-1234. 31.Cleoptra'*
b MB*!*. Daaetef.M 4. B...**.* .,.pen..* 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. $700. down payment. 26. Support it inner 7.Cleopatra' Mer
Waate* lBtntiM 41 BcsKcoUml Ineeae $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes NATURAL STONE DOWN
I 43 Far. Prairie. For appointment call IDYLWILD Call us to see this a column maid 23.Tramway
Acreage fireplace Fla. room and patio. 2.-
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales. FR 43052.Cedar. beautiful three bedroom two 000 sq. ft. 4 bdrs.. 2 baths. Very 31. Candlenu' 1.Decorate 8. Clasp tightly 24.0stxkhlike
bath house with central heatingand
large lot tn a lovely NW neighborhood tree again* 9.Peer Gynt1 bird
Shoresfine air conditioning plus
Male Key many
11 Work Waited Only $24.000. Call For.
1' Work Waste FcBtUISHel RENTALS I homesites from $2250 extras. dyce. 374-1234. 32. Exist Ireland mother 25.Hat cap
It &ilii B.. Waaiad
4] Colored Property Rtnttls ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom 26.Dos foot
*-MaJ* e* Tsa.ah 44 non-waterfront from $1510 masonry U. Of F. T ; T rr T
CotUiea tot Bekl4i home with central heat built-in i5 T ir 27.Cycle
11 Malt B.lp WuU4Dramatie
FanUked Golf Club manor, close to Little-
Apt 1 oven and range dishwasher. disposal -
4< CnfunUked A,&.. !! Marina LocationsINVEST and extra kitchen cabinets. wood School, 3 bdrs. large living 28.Toward
"' U remaJe B.lf W..... 47 Basics for Beut F..... : facilities needed here Just listed for sale at less the room. Fla. room. closet space U n 29.Indian
d 45 B..... for But tlBfirm. replacement cost. ONLY $11- aglore. Immediate occupancy. $13.-
FARMS fr LIVESTOCK 4. Be.nk for Beat 900. 500. Call Fordyce, 376-1234. IT IS madder
St Term Etat*...! M Betel Be..* Motel Locations i is 30. Portion
I LOTS
a :27 Fee fertiliser 81 Misc. BeaUte. INVEST; accommodationsneeded BLACK ACRES Priced at the 34.Grab
lots. to
$7,500
a tt UTCcUek; Sapplles BOA Wasted T. Beat FHA valuation of $17.500 This One acre $1,700 up tT IS :'lh It'fi
,U Laadaapiag Tsp P.0 53 B. rdert Waited spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry Selected areas / ., i 3 6.Sandwichmeat
M ..te 8...Ue. U Office Desk Bpa.e home Is a real buy -
SI LlTCitMk WiatidFINANCIAL U Bislaess. BeiUla DAVID ANDREWS- ONLY $700 DOWN ACREAGE 10 It 22 IS It zs
g 200 acres at $235 per acre. Vt mile L6WLA f: 39.Chew

ESTATECEDAR $1200 DOWN will buy this lovelyold paved road frontage. good fence fnt WIw Eve's
REAL 4CV
SERVICE I 4 bedroom 3 bath two story nice building site best farm landin l' 27 24 rZ' 3t 'J7
, : M Bulnets OpBcrtnltles 23 Special Sertleea 3 KEY 3 841 or 3831 home In the NE Section. ONLY county. grandson
11 M... f. L.si 53 Berne latpreTeueata - -
E $14.000 CALL US NOW. I iF 41.Pastry
U M.,.,.,.. 54 ladle a> TT Service = FOR SALE Charming home. 3CO Several nice wood tracts 2 to 30 3J ill
Sf M..., "..I.. U AppMaaee F r lt.re S ft. on Lake Rosa. Good fishing acres from $200 per acre to "Let's Pretend" Is so much fun 43. Killer

: & swimming. Central heating 4 John Merrill $400 per acre 1- surprise a child with this al 35 I" : /////Jr- U///, whale

111II11I.--.111II-... bedrooms living 2 room.tiled large baths.screened cathedral -real IPllymate // //.1 / : Vhh 44. Unwanted

14-Sales! Htl, Wanted 32 Mobil. Homes For Sole porch. Complete electric ally I I Realtor FORDYCEASSOCIATES. doll 32 Inches tall ;/. /h 39 41 42 4J 4t plant
equipped kitchen. utility room. 3 MULTIPLE LISTING wears slze-2! Outfit him in child'soutgrown : Children'sgame
clothes. Pattern 741 45.
car garage maid's room. work- : pat. -
FR
LICENSED Real Estate .salesman SALE. 1963 New Moon 10x40 3 shop large dog kennel. Beautiful PHONE ASSOCIATES 2-1494 INC. tern for :32" doll only; directions.Thirtyfive 47 4. f1 44 014'I
1100 I week drawing account. BR. front kitchen. living room Multiple Listing Realtor
trees bushes. etc. 30 mm. from PARDI cents In coins for this
and bedroom MARCELLA Grace Fordyce Broker 46. Cr. long E
unfurnished. FR
Large volume builder developing 4- University. Phone Melrose GR 5- W.H.BUCKHANNANPARRISH pattern add 15 cents for each -
3 areas. Position In Gainesville. 0355 after 5 p.m.Ya'll 2941 or Gainesville FR 2-4051 ors Associates: pattern for 1st-class! mailing and I 3TflT u 47.Bright

Reply to Box 4 4-A CoO Gainesville *.. your broker Harvey Benton Dudley GouldenO. special handling. Send to Laura color
Sun. Come C. Gay Dick Banks Wheeler. Gainesville Sun Needlecraft 33lwu -
35 Houses for Sal Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Dip, P. O. Box 161. Old 48.Caustic
IS Schools Institutions 924 W. Unlv 374-1234 Chelsea Station New York 11, N. solutioa

: See our custom-made 12wldes at 3 Bedroom I bath. CCB houie. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER Par time 24 mine APNswalietcnee 8/21
SHORTHAND ENGLISH 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approv. Littlewoodand PRESENTS NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.
distance
to
CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING ed Top Brands. I yr. financing walking Well land FRED
Schools.
Secretarial Courses Classes now available. See Dad and Brad Larsen Westwood
NEW FOR 1945'! 200 designs-
scaped. 410 NW 35th Ter. 374-1374. CONVENIENT. easy walking distance
forming. Howell's Business Col at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales more fashions to knit. crochet than
loge 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6I on Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Key. THREE BEDROOM house In se- frame to cottage downtown.on paved 2 bedroom street ARNOLD I ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole I 35 Houi.s for Sole
stone Heights. Open evenings and for only $15-
,,1501. lect neighborhood east of new Post Office building. dolls' clothes. Send 25
I. HIGH SCHOOL Sunday. 500. Drive by 4055 N.W. 12th Properly priced for e cash deal. cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew BY OWNER NEAR WEST. $600 down plus closing $86 per
FR 2-OC89.
It home free booklet, A m s r lean FOR SALE Newberry Trailer Park. Ave.. or phone Palm Springs model. One of WOOD SCHOOL 3 BR, 2 bath. month. available September 1st.
School. p. o. Box 1441 Jackson one mile north on 41, $400 down. THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- REALTORLOW VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT the best looking homes we've ever Ig LR. family room built In 3 BR. Vt baths CCB Close to
ville. Fla 3221*. $60 month. Total 9900. Ore Ball traverse rods. $750 down pay bedroom bath home In this PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt built. Four bedrooms. 2 fuU kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI- schools, churches. shopping dead
limited Archer Fla. $83 per mOo 4006 N.W. 21st Drive very desirable area near the Book. For beginners experts. Send baths. beautiful brick facade. TIONING & HEAT. SI000 and end street. 1401 NE 14th Ter. FR
IBM machines. 014-054. en- Ave. University. Excellent financing DOWN PAYMENT 50 cents nowl 23855.
off 39th excellent kitchen arrangement. assume mtg. Call 374-2927.
rellrent, classes now forming. permits this property to be hart- 4 Bedrooms. 2 baths NW location -
Hrell's Business College 2)1 W. BUTTS NEW 3 Beoroom CCB. tile bath. $14,900. No money down, VA
with minimum down washer and refrigerator ;
died dryer
pay !
Univ. Ave. Phone 31 -3S07. i carport end utility room. Sf.OOO. ment. all like new. $91.27 total 35 Houses for Sole FHA only $800 Sown. Price In-
FR cludes fully sodded front lawn. '
month. Phone
$250 down. $45
MEN t women II to u to train for monthly payment after $450 lamp swim club
gas member
CIVIL SERVICE 2-3355 days.SACRIFICE BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bedroom down. See this today. 40R modern home on 1 acre of 'I

Examinations. For Information Mobile SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME 2-bath masonry home with land. $7,300. Terms. Phone GR ship.VILLAGE GREEN MOVE UP TO LUXURYSee
send name address & Phone No. Moving In 10 days was $19,000 living room. separate dining WHY RENT? 5-2277. I.
Key Training Service. 112 W. now $18.000. C. heat shady lot room family room with fireplace Immaculate 2 bedrooms. beamed NEW 2 bedroom frame house, lust By HUGH EDWARDS. INC.
modern built-in kitchen. 2909 N. E. 15th St.
3708 NW. 22nd Place. 3723029. ceiling Living Room love I
Adams St.. Jacksonville. HomesINC. y completed. nice wooded lot, Smiles
Central heat. yard. Would rent for $100. Pay 374-7971
out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570.
Real I Estate Exam REDFRANKSREALESTATE $4533 monthly after $350 down. these eight beautiful homes designed to]
FLORIDA PARK. Immediate occupancy IDLEWILD Painted CCB. 3 BR's GLADYSSMITH
COURSE can be had on this ROOM TO ROAM 2 baths. Fla Rm. built-in range take advantage of real Florida living located
ATTEND First i lesson free.HOWELL'S NEWI. pleasant 3 bedroom home on A-oven. cent. heat room alr-con-
I 10 & ir WIDES large lot. Walking distance toGainesville Live on 3 acres in modern 3 bed- shaded lot.
BUSINESS COLLfcoC' SWIMMING POOL, screened ditionlng. Ig. near in SUBURBAN HEIGHTS. Gainesville's new-
also High and J. J. Fin- room concrele block house with elem. school. 374-4109.
COLLEGE. Ill W. Univ. Ave porch & Florida room. big lot new
F C. 4-3507 37137272S CAMPERS oaks Icy Schools.UNIVERSITY. inside tiled bath. Off Newberry -
in a grove of tall live central MOVE IN TOMORROW est prestige address.
Road. Pay $1,000 down and $90 372-5393
We need 21 trade-Ins this month heat & Central aircondition- ACRES. Restricted per month and start country livIng Unusual floor plan sets this three
Livestock 6 Supplies Call us for the best deals. Ing all add up to make this bedroom. two bath home apart 10 wooded acres overlooking Ly
modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with new acre west lots. side Paved subdivision streets. NO of 1 from others. Lifetime terrano Lake plus the luxury of true con- N.W. 43rd St. & N.W. 17th PI.

t FOR Sale Mare, '.ceIIenI7 3768361NW built-in kit. and built for ultimate low- CITY TAXES as these lots are I 4 BEDROOMS floors. newly redecorated BuiltIn temporary living. This architect-
children. 4'i 13th St. at 6th On street maintenance lust about the Includes designed home features modern
a $173; mo. quarter- St. outside limits. Suggest kitchen. $600. down
city you Beautiful lot In
FLORIDA LIV. setting on large
horse colt S12S Phone 372-0111 parking all around our corner. for IDEAL closing. 101.\ per month includes kitchen with Mexican tile counter.
ING. Can be bought with reasonably make your selection before prices Malore Gardens. New construction Screened I Built by four of Gainesville'sLEADING
Open AM. to 9 P.M. each advance. taxes and Insurance.Hugh courtyard. entry court.
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a low down payment t assume 4 bedrooms. 2 baths central Edwards. Inc. and porch. Living room with 30
dairyman to show u* a better week day. existing financing with heat hardwood floors double 376-7971 foot stone fireplace wall Separate'
dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills :3 Bedroom 1959 44 x 10 ft. Knox reasonable monthly payment AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnIshed carport. $23,000. dining room. Many built-ins and I ( BUILDERS
14 pet. All Pulleted Oral.Erunch. mobile home with front kitchen MAKE AN OFFER on equity. home for rent. Close to FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer bookshelves. This Is a home to
Over 1500 ibs. of PDN WW carpeting. 10 x 20 screened Call 374-0817. University. Will lease for one HOW AND FIVE ACRES equity in 3 BR. 2 bth. builtinkit. be cherished.
per ton FMX Gainesville or Ala- porch. Inquire Lot W3 or FR year at $160.00 per month. Three bedrooms. 2 baths. panelled .. terrazzo floors. cen. heat. FRED MASON MACOMA HOMES!

r chua.. Phone FR 21095 or 4417105 4-9049 after 5:30 P.M. $1500 DOWN d Approx. S145 per mo. SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom air-- living room with fireplace. Phone 376877s.HIGHLANDS. GLADYS SMITH

t' Incl. taxes & Ins. buys modern conditioned home in good northeast Range refrigerator air conditioner 3 Br.. 2 bath Quality A. W. FLETCHER W. P. RIDGWAY
J J WYATTTrailer 3 BR 2 bath Central. heat & location unfurnished SIM- Included. B e autifu built. 2 story masonry. Cent. REALTORADVERTISE
& SUPPLIES built in kit. me I.
30 PETS
airconditloning
00 per monlh on lease for year. wooded site In rolling northwest heat. reasonable down payment.
) dishwasher. Walking distance 530 N. E. 7th Ave.
area. Close In location on paved Price $23.500 IN THE
AKC. Rrg. German Shepherd pups. LITTLEWOOO & WESTWOOO 2 bedroom Cor. Blvd. 3728245.
SEPTEMBER 1 at. Large road. Price 24000. I
) Very good stock. Call FR 2-3016. SalesHome SCHOOLS. unfurnished rental, $125.00 LOOK AIR CONDITIONED} SERVICE DIRECTORY -- .-- - ---- -

L BLACK Male Poodle. Shots. wormed DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 $t. check per monljn lease for year. :1 BR 2 bathS. central heat. out
style cut. Housebroken. $50. of the outside then call us for appt.to ARNOLDREALTY of city hints deep well. REA
1 Phone FR M378. Pacemaker Mobil. Homes located at 3414 NW 34th
this EXCEPTIONAL power.
Shasta and Airstream inspect M.M.PARRISH St.Call. BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
"tt AKC Basset puppies. Travel Trailers one owner home.Airconditloning Many unexpected COMPANY

4812638. Ocala's' First Mobile Home features. HOWARD Multiple Listing Member 372-2372 or 374-8190
Walk to METCALF.
Dealer Since 14SItZj PATRICK'SSCHOOLS. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELSNO
SIAMESE kittens and stud service Silver Springs Blvd. BISHOP or ST. Sl.COO Jane Cal well Pete Sieg BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 bath extra
I 'registered lilac blue and Phone o2f135I As little as Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge 'Ig shady yard. westmorland. 4018
chocolate point $U up. VYIIIiston ()(,l5, f\. down will handle & low monthly Bob Kaikman Charlie Mayo N.W. nth Ave. Available on
payment. Total price S1OGO & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. MONEY DOWN ,
J2I644I.AMERICAN. Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard short notice. FR 4-7993 for appt.
Call 374-227 or 376-0817. Hill Helen Graham
FOR SALE Wayne
33 LOTS
Shepherd and English Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish ------ I $
Shepherd puppies for sale. Wnn- Claude M. "Red" Franks. 1' NE First Street TeL 3725375 ---- V A Village $teeH
ed. wormed and ready_FR 2-0033. LOTS for sale In beautiful Idylwild tor. Myrtle Lassiter. Real-I 2 EXECUTIVE HOMES
MINIATURE Dachshund. 2 outstanding between Gainesville and the new Wm. E. "Bill" Harris. ADVERTISE IN THE
females must sacrifice at golf and country club. Large restricted 7 NE 1st St. Phone SERVICE DIRECTOQYNew LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS Edwards
Inc.
I S50 ea. AKC FR 4-8943. lots. Certified public water Res 376-2927 or 3727943 Eve. -_ 4-BEDROOM-2.BATH 3-BEDROOM-2-BATH by Hugh ,
; system. Outside ctiy limits. Week-ends by appt. 376-7971
JENNY BURROW (Sicilian), 3 yrs. S1750. to $2500.Clyde Member Multiple Listing Brick Homesby ..
.Enclosed Swimming Pool Enclosed Swimming Pool
old. $50. 5240 NW Ith Ave. Old seckinger. Realtor
Newberry Road. Phone 372-4447. Owner & developerPh. Family Room t Family RoomS
1 AMAZINGYes. Built-in Kitchen Built-In Kitchen 1
FR 4-5038 5
'KC. German Shepherd pup. I wks. Priced from $13,900-$17.250
Builder RoomWalltoWall
RoomWalltowall Laundry
4 old. and shots. $100. Phone you will be amazed when you Laundry m
papers Serenola Estates Lovely residentiallots
FR 4-J343 aft.r 2'00 P_M. near new school. priced from see this neat 3 BR. 1 bath CB S Carpet Carpet III
3 & 4 bedrooms. built-in kitchen -
I home at 527 NW 34th Drive. You Dressing Room ft Dressing Room
S3500. Call Gladys Smith. Realtor
32 Mobil. Homes For Sole 122S W. University 3725393 can buy for less than 12000. equipment cen. heat VA no Central Heat Air Cond. ft Central Heat Air Cond. Sodded Lawns
Kit. furnished. Terms to suit down payment. FHA from 1700 L- t

I 4 & S Icr. tracts of 'land for sale. your biidoet.YOU'LL. down-no closing costs. S Swim Club _ _
I X 30 Ft. Westwood trailer witS Terms can be arranged. J. T. lath Hemes locate In beautiful high dry wooded area with jfI L

I 1 x 20 ft. enclosed cabana $1395. Howie Rt. 4. Box 301. Gaines LIKE ITIf Capitol Builders. Inc. paved streets, city water and sewer. Air Cond. Optional .j i
i \ 2 BR, air cond.. 5 mln. from ville. Ph. 3721090. want to live lust outside .
you NW. mil Place alb Street -
Lot 14. Must sell by Colonials .
campus. City limits In a lovely 3 BR. J FkED MASON BUILDERFR -
LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 -
Sept. lot, Glenwood Trailer Park shadedlot OPEN HOUSE DAILY
II r 3721440. trailers. Large awnings 3 large bath CB home on a large this 2-8340 FR 2-3182 Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street :
I patios. 3 septic tanks. lots of then let us show you Call 372-OMI er J7-771t.
t J For Salt 1 BR air cond. turn shade good rental Income. Just one on NW 39th Ave. Just see a

1 tral'er I enclosed cabana. Excellent outside city limits. For sale. FR It. It's priced right. .
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J NW. at si ISO. up Then let us show you some of the
1' Ritzcrart, 2 Br.. front kit. S35"0 attractive 2 a. 3 BR homes YOU .
10 x 44 SJSOO. Bank financingO ,
.11 S3700 can buy for a few hundred HOUSE HUNTING I ;
-Kay trailer Court 4th trailer In. down. Excellent locations 5e

FOR RENT or sale 142 New Mary Moller. Realtor UNIVERSITYREALTY
Moon trailer 10 x 55. will take 101* W. University FR 4-4471 e
I( smaller trailer for equity l and ,

take up payments. Phone FR ACRE lots for sole. a

313IX Phone 372.4416 CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY ..

FEDERAL 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. .
QUALITY
i 34 Waterfront Property M. Munroe, Realtor
HOMES INC. Asso: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank FOUk BEDROOM .
BRICK
4120 NW. 13th St. Gainesville 2 brm 2 bath home on Lake Wi- Roby Roy McCann. T. C. Dou COLONIALS $15,825The ,
FR 2511 Walt Johnson. Mgr. not. 2 brm 1 bath on Lake las. Jr. *

SCHULTZ Early American. 2 bedrooms Lak-a-wana. Call Gladys Smith. brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models. ..

lOxSr Hillcrest Trailer Realtor 1228 W. University 372-5393 FREE ESTIMATES on Terrazzo floors roof .
Court. Lot A-S. shingled custom-built kitchen central
t' -- --- W NF-RED tiAWFOI CCNNOLLYMshii. natural heating G.E. built-in kitchen paved streets all SPOTLIGHT
I Re f| Broker calllnn inta'E Centre! AirConditioners gas ,

I MOT F.'e'. Inc J S. 3 ppflpeQT1FS: CRE- city servces.: .
bfdroc moil hone Many AGE i irie< No of Melro
fleer Drive t cit t<:dy.7 y.J"miles financing Soitael r' < "2' : THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE 4.-1. i! ,,1 tiii; GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM :

Gtlnesville .
on U. S. 441 Ph. '
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374 C571 by 7! !! MODELS AT $14,500. Uj t-:. j:>{>- Holiday I Inn

Lowestiris. easiest terms.TaTglest I ; : .
display In central Florida. : UPHOLSTERYFor Best tot equipment using internally r- .,; 1900 S.W. 13th St. .
v e trade for anything. Free delivery top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts. designed HREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT \;
installed d !
up to 100 miles.TRAILER engineered and
MART ; General Caines Sreok Room offers modern' comfort
372-6142 MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350 ,
Hwy. 17 Often 1 t. 4 byALL AMERICAN HEATING in coring In their famous Early American fashion.Tho .

East Palatka Phone 321-1050 GAINESVILLE AIR CONDITIONING CO. serving hours in tit, "Srtak Room" .r* from -

UPHOLSTERY ,' 376-8268 THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA 6:00 P.M. 12CO
Midmjfet.
: ISO* N.W. lit* Sf. PH. to "
\ ADVERTISE IN THE Free Estimate-net .* nt I' IfM Ml t3N BlvC MODELS

( SERVICE DIRECTORY Mtvery.I 34 New lervtceV $13,000. Mr. Hiftdenmttta say, "Watch' for Hio .p.nfa f .f

the sicw GENERAL GAINES LOU NCI. Evan Hitler .

FHA and VA Walk to elementary construction: conditions the 'Steak Room' will con-


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Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn COCKTAILS
) 000 LONG'S CAFETERIA
GOT WE GOT A MOBILE HOME left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor. GENERAL STEAK ROOM GAINES Dosed for vacation & repainting. STEER ROOMThe

Open 7 days a week.
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Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Friday. Aug. 28th finest In dining enjoyment
LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS Paint the Down Payment You So Desire s-eaks prepared to your tasteon Rememberl We'll see YH then. Cocktails & dancing in our lounge.Na .
our open hearth. Holiday Inn Palmer & Sue Long cover No minimum
I ItOO SW. 13th St FR 4-1244. FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
2 LOCATIONS OFFERING A WIDE SELECTION
4562 NW 13th
I- PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES BILLIARD'S BOWLINGPALM St.

FREE DELIVERY UP TO 100 MILES I
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PRICED FROM $16,000 UP LANES
L CUE STICK BILLIARDS Charcoal Steak Room Smargas-

\ Fun for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail Hour 5 t* 7. 2
HOMES BUT young women. too. the 17th for reservlclng and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Dancing
y FEDERAL QUALITY Daily 2-9545 Night '6-9048 Bring your dates of our alleys. Welt til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
Open !. AM. ta 12 P.M. see yw the ISth. 2606 Waldo Combo ft Richard Parkers orches
90S N. Main Street Road 374-4454. tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 41442.STEVE .

4.820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE.
f BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

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BLACK ACRESPRICED PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe NOT IN SUBDIVISION. 3 Br colonial NOW SHOWING RENT modern furnished cottages 2 Br., house trailer for rent. No 21| Bedroom. kitchen equipped. 1
Tropicana. by Hugh Edwards. hardwood floors fireplace. on Lake Santa Fe by week or pets or children. N. W. section. space heater garage Adults
TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Inc. has been widely acclaimed Fenced backs yard. Near St. Pa ROCKY-FAYE season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. $100 Mo. Inquire. 900 N.W. 31st only. S45 Mo. 20 8. 26 SE 9th St.
THE TIME IS NOW. bedrooms, 2 baths. hardwood Gainesville's most beautiful homein tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11,- Ave. I FR '-512 for info.
floors central heat. air-eond.: its price range. You may now 500. FHA. in per mo. including RANCHETTESLake 45 Furnished Apt TWO BR. 1 bath stone and concrete *
units. electric range and drapes. taxes and Ins. FR J2734. STUDENTS 10 room turn house
own this marvelous home completely house. Freshly painted
I Lot 110' x 120- with shade trees. equipped with central air N. W. SECTION. 3 BR. 2 bath, Front and Lake Access. NICE. large two room apartment. for rent. newly decorated. fj;, walls. Inlaid oak floors Ig. shady -
3125 W. Univ. single beds standing now. Lease
Av. FR 4-6427. conditioning dishwasher disposal kit. with bar & din. area. builtin Lorge lots-Easy Terms. 50 Call 3765462. or see at 506 SE required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave yard. No children or pets.
built-In oven and range. a n d oven & range paneled' liv. rm. Miles south Jacksonvilleon 4th Avenue after 4:00_p.m. 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR -3035-
A STEALBY patio gas bar-b-q grill for only with WW carpeting S1SO dwn. of Call 4952375. Archer.
t Do You Have A Room, Apartment $22,300. Ask to see this l luxurious S0 mo. FR 2-0507. State Road 315-1 1 mile NICELY furnished convenient ONE bedroom house suitable for TWO bedrooms kitchen dining and
downlown 414 NW
area. $75. Adults only.no living room. $40 month.
OWNER I home at your convenience. 3 BR, I bath cen. heat. built-In North of Interlochen/ pets. Inquire Lillian Music one person or couple only ISO 22nd Avenue. For appoint. call
J Or House to Rent? MUST sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 HUGH EDWARDS, INC. oven and range paved street Store. per month.. Hawthorne Rd. Phone 6291744. Ocala. Will be on prem-
FR ? 47 ?
bath, large Fla. room, large liv. 374-771 fenced yard. 11,800 down, $75 mo. 41 Residential Income ises Sunday 1 to 3 p.m.
r ing room dining room, built.in _1520 SE 23rd Lane. 371-0880 EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. S50
NEW month. Phone 466-3<<8. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. MOST attractive rusc 2 bedroom
:, kitchen convenient to shopping 4 I Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- rooms
large spacious
center and schools. Must see l'/i Story Colonial In Gainesville's BIGCOMPAREBrautiful lolning rental property. 200 ft. FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE cottage unfurn or partly furn $40 mo.
.
; REMEMBER rental vacancy COSTS to appreciate the value. No qualifying newest and most exclusive N.W. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd BEST CLOSE in. for rent (or sale) 3 Also roomy 1 & 2 bedroom
Low down payment. Located home with pool. NW Sec Ave Will sell together or sepa bedroom
location. This 4 bedroom 2 bath Large well furnished, air conditioned unfurnished house. 1 apartments avail furn or un-
I in nice NW section at 1321 home features wall to wall- carpet tion. Lovely large lot. 3 Bedroom rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location block from elementary school. fjrn.. $40 & $50 mo Melrose
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent -NW 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633.- In living room and dining 2'''* bath. built in kitchen. 4752 couple only. no pets, $125 large shady yard. $100 per mo phone GR 5-2045
room, built-in range and oven. huge natural brick fireplace 1900 Per ",0. Ph. 372- 957. Phone 374-7344
FOR SALE or rent 2 bedroom Sq. Ft. of comfortable living SUBURBAN. 2 bedrooms. sleeping
42 Forms fir
dishwasher and disposal heat Acreage _
it home. $40 unfurn. To be shown I air double cen. priced right by the Owner. Phone Can us for the rental you need. PARTIALLY furnished two room living room d nmj
and conditioning garage
Aug. 22 & 23 or call Orlando, I Front FR 4-7047 for appointment. FORDYCE A ASSOCIATES. INC. room house 311 NW 20th .bed-I room. Large yard. Near bus.
and large patio. entrance
NEAR SMALL VILLAGE
\ Fla. 855-3703. REALTORS nue. Phone FR 2-3039 for FR 4-5829
Rent $45
I accented by natural set- fJS Miles from Gainesville. '24 W. Unlv 376-1236 pointment. _
ting of pear trees and fully sod MCKINNEYGREEN FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR
I Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU CLEAN AS A WHISTLE ded front lawn. May be seen 30 acres. 12 acres cultivated bal NEWLY decorated apartment, furnished FOR RENT unfurnished house frame house $SO per mo. 201.
Beautifully kept. must be seen. If can be two or three bedroom
17th PI.
at 4411 N. W. or phone ance in woodland V mile State Phone 4722295 or 472- II NW 35th Ave Phone 372-8873.
1 you are looking for a 2 bedroom. Ridgeway Construction Co. 372- 2371. will accept children Located at
EVERY DAY until it is rented 1 bath home with screened porchon 4424 DEATON Read frontage. Going at $6400. Newberry.TWO Paradise. $55 per mo Large lot. 3 BEDRM unfurn. NE
: a large corner lot. Immediate bedroom. CCB lake Tiome. Phone Scruggs FR 4-5242 or I 3 Bedrm unfurn NE
CALL
occupancy. $11,500. See at TIRED OF PAYING RENT? REALTORS I Clear sand-bottom lake with covered FR '-35<<. I 2 Bedrm. unfurn. NW
1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone Buy me for $100 down and pay. HOME OF DISTINCTIONYes. Angle Real Estate dock. Call FR 4-5821 or GR HOUSE for rent. unfurnished. $35 3 Bed Rm. 2 bath furn, split
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Dick Robinson. Associate. Ralph ments of $45 per mo. I am 3 I this elegant new home Is C. L. Angle Broker 5-5217. per mo Mo calls after 9 00 P oM. I level 5225.00 mo
Fossey Realtor at 376-1359 day BR in size about 4 yrs. old. I one of real character quality. O J. Associate Phone 376-4827. Mary Moeller. Realtor
or night 11 West Located at 2316 SE 9th PL on a Angle I
University
construction design and
4-4471
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day I Avenue. lot 100 x 100. Calf owner FR 6- its location Is most unique desirable. Its 4404 N.W. 13th St. 374-4927 EAST SIDE 3 BR. 1 bath home SW section. No' 1019 W.UniversityFR_

2524 or. exquisite features and furnishingsare 5 Acres for sate $1500 firm. By' students. For appt. call 3725633.I LARGE. unfurnished house for
I BR. 1 bath. CCB. carport. util. Its formal Owner. 372.3054 after 6 GARDENAPARTMENTS -- ---- Contact
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day //3 rm., patio. Payments $69.75 per 3744710M and eye informal catching living-area is a p.m. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home. rent in Waldo.Boles.$35 FR month 43689Gainesville's
mo. Balance $3 248. 3 miles from ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles $110 per mo Call" 374-7444:_ Mrs.--- --
dream Just
the pleasure --
give us '" -- .
from city limits. Only S2200 Call
Univ. 930 NW
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 55th St. Phone 3749415 of showing you this beautiful John Merrill. Realtor. FR 2-1494 $57 per month up
home with 3 B.R. Vfi colorful newest and most
UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bcX home MELROSE BEAUTIFUL baths living and Dining room ACRES on Kincaid Rd Gainesville's Finest building .
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day I Complete with large paneled den furn home. Will Large paneled open beam ceilIng 12 acres NW Furnished or unfurnished luxurious apartment
Only $17.500. Located at 3707 NW 2 story partly home. Fla. rm. with fireplace A 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart.
for Gainesville LAKESHORE
I $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day I 23rd Ave. For further details call trade kitchen that has everything and ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 749406. 'rI
FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thom INCOME PROPERTYWith then we believe you would be Mory Moeller Realtor .
convinced of its
value and its
as. appeal
acre land zoned 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 TOWERS
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING for appr.housing one units. 4 propertieson for real living. Call FR 2- NICE two bedroom furn apart., -
I I 3417 for appointment. WANTED: Your FARM or 'ACREAGE private bath and entrance, hot &
Nearly home In NW 16th Ave. Strategic location -
new quiet neigh-
We have PROS-
to SELL. cold water fur $58 mo. FR 2-
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day borhood. Has fenced rear yard available now. MUST SELLIf PECTS waiting Call ALACHUA 9704 or FR 2.9195. NOW LEASING
wall to wall carpet central air REALTY ASSOCIATES 374-2448
conditioning, three good size bedrooms IN COUNTRY you believe In being lucky this CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day two baths. Extremely well 10 acres with 2 bedrms 1 bath on might be your chance This 80 acres with nice home. Across street from campUs. Couples : ---
cared for home and grounds. $15. good road appr. 7 ml. from fine 3 B.R. 2 bath centrjl 70 acres perm. pasture. only. Call FR 2-2830 for de-
983 Owner willing to sacrifice heated 2 yr. old home must be Brick farm home -4
; town. I tails.
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day some equity in this home to responsible sold Owner will consider a Call Gladys Smith. Realtor
party Call for COMPACT reasonable offer under its present I 1228 W. University 372.5393
I appointment 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
t $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day to see. Hugh Edwards 3 bedrm.. 2 bath. CB cent ht. S. FHA. vqlue of $17.250 locatedin
Inc. 37'1971.Transferred. a.c. modern kit. NE $15,500 Madison Park Good condition 43 Colored Property
near shopping. Act now Drive by 3202 LAKE WINNOTT 4 rm. $5250
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day S500 On 3 Br.. 2 bath. N.W. 22nd Place and call for an New. Quality Hugh Edwards built per mo including electricity.
I Din. room. screened porch near appointment before you buy home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. (suit couple). C. Horwitz, 4 miles

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day pancy.school. 1428$14,500 N.E.Immediate 14th St. occu Mary MoellerREALTOR FR. 23417.ATTRACTIVE.' As$2,000 low down as or$<3.will per arrange month termsto with CAMPVILlE.So. of Melrose nicely on Rt.furn 21. 1 BR

FOR SALE OR RENT; 3 bedroom BUYSA suit buyer. Located 643 NE h*"'e. Students or couple. 481-
CCB 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low 019 W. University FR 4-4471 3 B.R. 1 bath home $400 15th Street. 3178. .
down payment. Call 3766444 or AssociatesE. down payment and a 3 B.R. 2 Hugh Edwards. Inc.
I CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 3721933. W. Moeller Foster Kesier bath home with good financing Phone 376-7971 ON room.Lake bath.Geneva complete 3 bedroom kitchen.tam.
Dick Durbin Both in N.W. area. Call FR 2-
WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR. HOMES FOR SALE screened porch, space heater no
I tile bath, living. dining. kitchen EXTERIOR gives small impression 3417. 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & students. $75 per mo. 724-8374,
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Florida rooms. chain link fence. of size. interior must be seen Fred Guy ASSOCIATESJ. Butterworth 7th Ave. Small down payment Jacksonville.
2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR 4- to be appreciated. Central heat. Jayne monthly payments $57 to $45.
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
4179.Immediate. Ing and air conditioning. Well lot
I Multiple Listing Also homes built on your LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
kept home not in sub-division with no down payment. Ph.
II project. Large corner fenced lot. 3 Br., 2 baths CCB cent, heat and FR 2. 125. Pool I Recreation RoomS
Colored CCB. +Br.. study, 2 air cond. 100 x 160 Lot. 1900 PRESENTINGIn e Swimming
bath financing arranged 929 NE sq. ft. Paneled family room. fireplace Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
lip 10th Place. FR 28401 days. FR 4- cathedral ceiling. 3561 43-1 COLORED RENTALS young executive 'area an- Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 2748 Evenings. NW 34th PI $23.950. Owner haying other FINE custom designed & S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop ChuteS
state. 372-.76.
RENTING built home.Featuring.
NEAR in Hibiscus Park. NOW Sidewalks
University .
OccupancyCHOICE Paved Parking Areas Lighted
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. 30 ELEGANT pine trees. 3 BR 2 : fireplace air
Lovely house & lot. excellent con COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex
JWK fuel. fenced tank. 100 shrubs. brick patio dition. $72 mo. Under $12.000. bath home, close to schools $600 apartments. large living and conditioned paneled family 3 Elevator
yard near elementary 2717 equity. no qualifying. take over dining area. modern kitchen with room kitchen a dream
and lunlor high schools. two. three and four bed- no a srirl FR ;;21lRaf:1125P.M. : : existing Gl Mortgage. By owner fan large storage closets terrazzo with luminous ceilings &
screened 376-4456
porch. 3 BR. 1 PHONE
bath.
homes .
at convenient locations
room
3728404SO $500 down. if you qualify FH.... Quality construction plus- FR 21310. floors tile baths. space heater pantry. 3 BR 2 bath. fences

EASY to buy owner willcooperate See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave bonus features such as: real 14000 3 BR home for $12,950. reducing and hot water heater facill and patios & many other ex FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
I fully with qualified buyer plaster walls fully sodded lot equity to $3.548 to be paidIn 39 Out of Town Property ties for washing machines.at N.E. 24th traordinary Ideas.
I In the purchase of this modern 4235 NW 10th St. lifetime terrazzo floors GE central cash. or $500 down & second paved streets. See (24 Hour Service)
) home with I $1,000 down pay Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home heat adaptable to A-C. GE mort. Mo. Pay. first mort. $75 LIQUIDATING properties High Ter. or 372-5322.call for appointment 372 Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
5321 ____
I ment. Three bedrooms two 'large Fla, room & patio. Lot built.In oven and range a'I 11 I second $30. Almost new, Ig. livIng Springs Area from $5,000 to 25. or
WIMBERLY
baths central heat, built-In 100x176'. lots of trees. brick fronts rustic gas lamps rm., & dining rm.. tile bath 000: Terms or Trade. 454-1920. ESTATESNW 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
kitchen, Florida room, oak Beautiful lots NW section sidewalks swim club ,member- terrazzo floors, G.E. equipped kit., 44 Cottages for Rejit 34th Ter. HI NW 3Wh Ave.
2 car carport. IS x 20 ship. ample closet space screened 12 STARKE: 11 room, 3 bath homeon Open Sundays at 2:00 or by
'V utility room. LltUewood- Commercial .property S. Icrea e. x 20 porch N. W. Section. 374- large lot. Close to Bank. FOR RENT one bedroom cottage Pft. 3725489. Butler Bros. BUILDERS
6674. Church. Schools. & market. Ideal furnished. All electric. Located on
t Westwood area. Lore be No cash down VA.Low
for Santa. Fe Lake. Call 3725458 or
I sure to see this one. E. C. "Curly" Kuehn. Jr. BY OWNER. Palm View Estates home. office apt*. nursing
FHA down. 372 814'.
: SO MUCH for the money. 1.300 431 N. Main St. less than one year old cen. air home, beajty shop etc. Sell or -- I
Also conventional
square feet plus carport and stor FR 4-2032 Broker FR 44544GLADYS financing. conditioned and heat $800 down trade for, Gainesville property.H. ADVERTISE IN THE
age. Low down payment. Only M- Move in and assume mortgage. See at G. Bellinger Starke. SERVICE DIRECTORYtlmfMhIml1nlmlImlTsmei0bvlluImmfllIfllIllEBt3D
I 9COOO. Attractive two bedroom I 4037 N.W. 18th Place or call 376- i 69tll8Et8It1flhl8ItfllllffhtflttiIllt5flffifftfllhllI8MRl0! ? !
F house with huge Florida room: 0734.

r kitchen; This equipment is economical included living In TomorrowVlllAGt 2 BR home on corner lot. I lowdown I OPEN FOR INSPECTION
: prce. ICOMPAREi Ii IiI
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Located
V. In a convenient NE loca SMITH payment $40 per mo. !
tion. at 331 NW 372-4125.21st Ave. Call I
F SO GRACIOUS spacious vacant Tommy RIdgell
so 3725393Four GREEN 1:30 to 6 PeMeOUR
(% and ready for Immediate occupancy. DON'T MISS THIS

Beautiful hardwood floors. pine bedrooms 2 baths within TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt THESE HOME VALUES
1 panelled family room. lovely entertaining walking distance of the Medical ml.
Malory Gardens 314 Southof
space. three large School. Older brick home with NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. BEFORE YOU BUYI
Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths. g
bedrooms, two tiled baths. two Florida
room fireplace, double
gi. car enclosed garage already I garage. den for Dad year 'round com PARADE OF HOMES MODEL
connected to city sewers. I HUGHEDWARDS fort. Priced right. Drive by.

p Outstanding location. Out I Make en OFFER. One of our best phone FR 24425 or FR 2-8334. _
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: ft. town owner Is ready to I buys In a 3. bedroom 2 bath WOODROW SEAYThe G SAVE! .
selL home. Large Florida room. fireplace Master Builder iI The following It now under 3236 NW 28th Avenue
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: many bullt-lns, acre lot. construction and will be ready

.: J. W. Kirkpatrick OFFERED BY BUILDER _ _ _ for occupancy soon!
GLADYS SMITH INC.North 22 ___"'..... .
r. Realtor 3 Bedroom JV4 bath home. g 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
31 N. Main' Phone FR 24404 REALTOR Central Florida's Largest fi The following are ready for
\ ASSOCIATES Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th 3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $87
: Builder and Developer
L Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell 1228 W. University 372-5393 Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2 occupancy. per month. Busy Working Wives

I Capt. A. W. Reece, USN. Ret* I I 1 Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes St bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd 3330 N.W.2SthAve. i
Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin Virginia Power 3767971f 4120 & 412I
T. D. Zetrouer Phone
Court. 4 BR. Vh baths. $1,990 dn., N.W. 19th Dr. -
FR 4-3848 $145 per mo. 3 BR 2 bath. $500 dn. sal Look Forward to

f 08 per month. 5
SERVICES 3320 NW 30th Ave.

$1 3 tit 4 Bedroom Models In 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn $77. 4119 & 4127per

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ESTATESF. 3 BR bath, $500 dn., $74 CAREFREEKITCHENS
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Well planned living areas OUR HOMES ARE

l> QueWy material a. workmanship Hope OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .

would be f SEEING ANYTIME. IF
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Bulldozing PlumbingSEWER proud to live In "H" Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL.

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INSTALLEDNEW Ave. past the Glen Spring in We Trade Homes g
trucks. fill dirt time rock. Topsoil 1123 SE. 4th STREET !
Phone 37)7844 & used fixtures. complete tersection. See sign on left. or Property
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HOME repairing and painting STEVEN FOSTER
Phone FR 27702 S:30 to t p.m. Manor
youi lufiulure al HEIGHTSLocated
reasonable prices. Call Sally. COLORED Working wives and busy
Experienced. FR 4-9888. 4241
Landscaping N. W. 13th Ter. at N.W. 37th Place I4th
I St. New brick homes under home-makers alike oppre-
LANDSCAPE SERVICE construction. Pick your own
.
RemodelingDO Double Stainless
Crass-Sod-Oarden colors etc. VA &'fHA Terms. RENTALS -
Main-Nursery ciate ;the easy-to-care-for
lock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Steel Sinks
YOU NEED. Florida room. extra by

1 Landscape NURSERY Co. room. more room roof work. Capitol Builders Inc. BRAND NEW .DUPLEXES kitchens in Highland,Court
home
or ?
maybe a complete new
FK 4-2514
for free estimate. Full Size
For a fret estimate aV guaranteed N.W. 37th Mace 4th StratiCM Eye-Level
NOW CONSTRUCTION
i work. phone Cart C. 17MJ41 er 374-778S UNDER Manor homes. They're designed -
;? Appliance Repair & i Waters. 372$04t.EXPERIENCED. Tappan Built-in I Oven .
'Sun Want Ads
Air Conditioning CARPENTERPaint and Range Gas or for convenience, end
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c Get Results carpenter who loves his trade. Electric .' feature the finest in ma
\ A-I HANDYMAN SHOP CALL FR 6-4907

i First In air conditioning and Appliance New HomesWESTVILLA S Range Hoo'd Fan terials. Inspect one today!
repairs. We sell guaranteed Sewing Machine Repair ,
washers refrigerators, etc.
I \ and Filter
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I I, CAtL-iEvWNG' VACHINc ieR- tSafetyedge _ _ _
VICE CO. 815 W. University
I Auto Glass MORTGAGE MONEY i Ave 374-1075. We repair all !I Formica
5\"i per cent interest. Terms to I Mj k,,< Work fully, guaranty

tl AUTO GLASS Is out only busi BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCE I Cabinet Tops .J 14 models
ness. Immediate Installation TELEVISIONPICTURE
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beauty free pickup I value A delivery.to your car.AAAULDIN'S Add. Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA tUBE Repair Special. SI NW 16th Ave., I S Custom, Chip-Proof .J $13.400-$18,200

I'J AUTO GLASS CO. and conventional at lowest per Inch plus $10 to Install most ''I Built-in
I 32J N.W. 4th St. FR 4-2558 current rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special at 37th St. Cabinets
I years. Will gladly discuss at no Reconditioned TVs from $9.?S. I .J Nothing Down VA
Auto EquipmentHYDRAULICJACKSCebuII1& obligation. Call tomorrow. THE VARIETY STORE Genuine
Wallte'xVinyl ( )
$100
Closing
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor J S.E. 1st Ave.
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-1494 4 Technician's with 84 years ex. a i 2 Bedrooms a Stove nood with light and fan
.i Large living dining area A Double' compartment sink Wallpaper
\ .xcliangedt Reoalr kits tor FRED B_ ARNOLD perience on all makes. WALTER STUBBSInc. Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds Payments. from $79.34
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized REALTOR QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES a t Terrazzo Floors' Tile window sills
Walker Hydraulic Jack FHA AND CONVENTIONAL It SERVICEAll a i Tiled tub and showers ) Large lawn with grass and Vinyl Tile Floors
Servke Agent. HULL'S BRAKE LOANS Channel Antenna Kit $14-IS Large double sliding door shrubbery _ _
SERVICE 1. SUPPLY 1314 S. lilt W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 .
I FB ,..1M1Appraisal KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE closets S Insulated AtticS
Main 421V N.W. 10th Ph. 3723177 Linen Closets 9 Close to school and bus stop
GLADYS Srnltn Realtor. FHA
Senic.I end conventional loans. Low Phone 376-5394 SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY. CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORSTO KIRKPATRICK
I &
1\ rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1221 BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.- PIERSON

I FRED 'RNOLD W. Univ. Ave. 372-533. Sun Want Ads For .,,ointment call 372-532 or 327-5322 .
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I't SERVICE REALTORS ,
I I 121. W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 .24 W. Univ. 374-1234 .

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49 Rooms For Rant 64 Household Goods '6 Misc. For Sale 73 Musical MerchandiseREPOSSESSEDORGAN 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobile for Sale r- --

ONE 40"Electrc: range. excellent 30% DISCOUNT
ON GLAZEi
FOR business man or student. mat ,. condition. Phone FR 2-1533 for in- For those Interested In learning GOOD second car. 1954 V-8 Royal '57 PLYMOUTH beautiful black VOLKWAGEN I960. Sun MOTOR
Dodge. Call roof I
Baldwin after 5 very
Spinet organ with" tone p.m.
.
r formation. &
bedroom. T.V. phone etc. pr ceramics classes are held I to cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond FR 6-2915. white 2-dr. hardtop. PS auto. good condition. Small equity and HAWES-POWERS
Call entrance garage space aval 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like new. 5. night by 'Ppt.-closed Thurs 2-61 note manuals 25 note trans., V-8, 46,000 actual miles. take up payments. H397. Til- CO.
372-4310
or 446-3211 after 6- $80. Call 372-6081. after 5:30 P.M. day. ELLA'S CERAMICS 2145 E. pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A 1960 Opel. 2 door. 47X100 mL Clean FR 27665. PRIVATE. lis.
444-3281 after 6. ELEC. stove. $15. gas stove, $25; University Ave. FR 6-5548 real bargain. Grid, Music -well kept and serviced. New
NICE rooms. close In. single ur full top station wagon carrier Co. Gainesville Shopping Center. paint. $550. Call FR 28078. '63 FORD Galaxie. automatic transmission '52 PONTIAC. radio and heater
double off street parking. Refrigerator $15; sm. space heater stand- WE WANT TO buy late model used FR 25353. I I cylinder excellent con like new tires automatic transmission SMITTY SEZ
available. 531 S.E. 2nd tank. $15. 3762693. refrigerators. Exceptionally High 1962 RENAULT DAUPHINE S125 I dition. Phone 376-0993. good paint and seat covers :
I Place. 372.2582. trade-ins now given. WILL transfer to responsible party and assume payments of $3120 I clean. 3725477.
CLEANINGEST carpet cleaner you WILSON'S EXCHANGE choice of four spinet or console per month. Phone 3723930.
ROOM for man. private bath and ever used so easy too. Get Blue 111 S.E. Ut Street Phone pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- CORVAIR 1963 PONTIAC Tempest LeMans.
refrig. $40 month. 316 NE 3rd Lustre. Rent electric shampooer FR 64479. litzer Spinet Piano trade .back cluding factory Monza A-C.1942 25.500 Loaded. In- bucket seats. 4-speed trans., 4 87 Automobiles Wanter "I'm sweating it out the
Avenue Ph FR 2-4752. $1. McDamell Furn. Co.. Galnes- TRADE your costly to operate save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with Private Call miles.. cyl. with air cond. Will fake
ville Shopping Center. I ELECTRIC water. heater. and sound & motion. pick up payments owner. 372-001 trade & assume pay., or sell CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords .
51-A Wonted To Rent 300 ft. 36-Inch fencing wire 2 36- $48 for a new glasSlined GAS we have a piano to fit outright. Call 376-0854 after 5 & Chevrolets. Al Herndon servIce used car lot is overloaded -
Inch steel gates. and 24 ;treated water heater. Much more hot any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. CLEAN Cadillac for sale. Can be P.M. I Station. 916 SE 4th St.
C YOUNG couple desires apartment wood posts. $35. Phone 376-4266 water at about half the cost with 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. seen at 3120 NW fth Street. Make with like
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. me an offer
or small house. Furnished or un bet. >> p.m. ARCHER ROAD. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
furnished. Write Occupant. Apt FR 6-5110. Buy now for this fall. Manto 60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent new reconditioned
3. 524 S. Atlantic Ave.. Cocoa One beautiful new wedding gown COWLING'S cond..
UPHOLSTERY choose from. Instant credit. one owner many extras.
_Bt-ach, Fla for 2-9935 sale evenings size 11-12.If Interested.Contact FR Chairs. low as S3. No money Gainesville Music Center Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. CLEARANCE SALE automobiles. I
down low as $5 per month. 3725421 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. cS'r(
53 Office-Desk Space FENCE Reeves chain link 135 Free estimates pickup and de '63 OLDS F-85, loaded make
feet. 4 ft. high with two 3-ft. livery service. All work guaran USED upright piano, good condition. See Mr. Green.Excellent UnIversity must

I OFFICE' .space Tor rent near Unlversity. gates.Phone 376-1947 Like new reasonable. : teed. Phone :376-7786. condition. FR 22178.Automotive City Bank. 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s room for the %,
Phone FR 4-3012. KODAK Repina reflex S with SO- '64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles '-
OFFICE for rent Including mm f 19 normal lens 135mm $200 down take CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS WAGONS
space 66 Misc. For Sale f 4.5 telephoto lens up payments. trade-ins on our
60mm .
central heating air conditioning screwIn Call FR 7433 or FR 2 3785 after
1 filters and aux. lens. case. All HARDTOPS
utilities and
private parting) 5:00 P.M.
'
lot. lit SW Third St. ELECTRIC RANGE and REFRIG In first class condition. $200. Day. new 65s, so I'm
ERATOR. Phone FR J-OS85. time 372-1145 nights 372-4537. 83 Motorcycies & Scooters 'U CHEVROLET standard trans.-
54 Business Rentab STORE counter and 6 stools. Cub Now Specializing In Ladies' Better mission 6 cylinder. Perfect condi cutting prices to
tion.
Call
tractor with B&B disk. Gas heater. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I CUSHMAN motor scooter 1957 model 372-6638.
\ MALL warenouse tor rent. Riding lawn mower. Call through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional good transportation. reasonable ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE the bone. Just look
t DAN BYRD I Hawthorne 4012316.ENCYCLOPEDIA Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER price. Phone 372-6418 after 6:30 Impala 2 dr. hardtop excellent TI
3768268. Americana. Latest nue.DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave P.M. condition. Call Jones 3765351. at these fantastic buy*.
edition with 16244 annuals. 1963 Chevrolet station wagon with FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
FOR LEASE Walnut bookcase. Excellent con SEWING MACHINE 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR manual transmission. Air condi

Modem air condo suite of offices. dition. Call FR 64642. 1744 Automatic twin needle zlg zag CONDITIONING. Tuna up tory tioned.guarantee.Low mileage.$2090.still Phone has fac DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00
I Downtown location near court In new cabinet. Makes button FR super sport, power
Special. '
I .house and federal building. Ph. PISTOLS. tape recorder (stereo) holes overcast applique sat in All$2.50 makes for performancetest. 6- 063 after 5. 64 CHEVROLET
automatic
372-7943 or 6-0817. for sale Cheap. 372-4178. stitch fancy designs mends etc. Chrysler built and nodeis.Ct CADILLAC 1955 red convertible YOUR PRICE *000 steering
$6 per month. Balance $72. Mi- cars. Hawes-- fully powered with new top. $250. bucket seats radio heater
V-8 ,
FOR LEASE .
10.000 sq. ft. Store kell's Sewing Machine Powers Motor Co. Air Condi-! transmission.
building. W. Univ. Ave. Price MOO EASY IRONER I yr. old. $?0; 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR Service Co honing Servicing Center. 204 N. See at Tenneco Stat. comer of
61075.NEWan S. Main & 4th Ave. 3900 miles.
per mo. Call Hershall Haynes typewriter. Royal port., $20; console Main St.. Phone FR 22561. $2600
))1 FR 6-2641 or B. F. MtzelU' FR table pulls out to seat 12. used chain saws lawn 1964 Chevrolet $325 Down Takeover Was $2995 . . . NOW
I 4-7551. __$60; fan._ $10. FR 2145.. mowers. edgers tampers light SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive payments. or will take old- 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE
FOR RENT sq-: LOSE WEIGHT plants. cable. Wisconsin Brlggs repairs and tune-up. er car. Call FR 8056..
1.000 ft. warehouse safely with new After 5:30.
& Stratton Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. hardtop
new and used Galaxie 4 door
or store room. 2181 SW 5th St. Dex-A Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. mo Phone 372-7915. '
I ISO per mo. CaLl Hirshall Hay. 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug tors. Rental. sales and service. THE "DODGE BOYS"TODAY AT 64 FORD steering, automatic
Meyers Power Tools.
230 NE power
lies FR 6-2641 or .. F. Mlzt.ll Company. FOR THE CORRECTTIME
1 16th Ave.
Phone 85 Automobiles
FR 67551. 3763411. for Sale transmission radio heater air conditioned
GOLF clubs with beg S.5OI MayS 8mm movie .
camera. F 2.5
Three rooms and oft street parkIng tag wringer type washing ma- lens beautiful car.
; $25. Two child's rocking 1956 PLYMOUTH Savoy family a $2600
on S. W. 4th Avenue. Can chine. $.40 toaster. $3 and elec.
be leased for $75 per month. Call deep-fryer.; .. FR 4-6895.; chairs.7101. $4 and $5. Phone FR 2. car.1238. good condition. Call FR 2- FR 2-1411 .. POOLE-GABLE" Was $2895 . . . NOW
Alachua Realty Associates. 376-
244 1.LARGE. 6 MONTH' OLD ZIG ZAG DESK w-chair $]Q; Bahama bed. DODGE Royal. 1956 autom. trans. Courtesy OfUnl..rsity
,
Repossessed 64 Model Dlal-O-Matlc $20; 21- RCA table TV. $30; new seat covers. tire and muffler Impala, 4 door
Shop building. Long term Swing Needle sewing machine, RCA Radio ChevroletN. PHONE 372-4343 CHEVROLET
lease. Rent or sale. 2007 KE 27th does all kinds of fancy stitches. comb. J20; tire good gas mileage. Call 372- 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. 63 hardtop automatic
screen & tools. $7; Girls 28"bike 3692. or come by 1036 NE 1st Main St. at 16th Ave.
Ave. FR buttonholes
4-5548 sews on buttons
blind hems overcasts. appliques. $15 tools;, typewriter FR 62387. $15; machinest Ave. transmission power steering, V8, radio,
56 Business Opportunities etc. Responsible person to take 1957 PONTIAC. Starchief. red convertible I heater sharp. ?
over S payments S736. Call Mr. 347 cu. in.. 4-barrel. 2110
SERVICE station with beer and : Parker 3727680, United Sewing 70 Boats-Marine Equip. Good college car. $400. Phone FR. Was $2395 . . . NOW
wine package license. Good bus Center. 63679.BEST 5 % & 5 % SALE
; iness. Sacrifice 'leaving town. WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator nice,, 964 LONESTAR Fiberglass, 14 ft. j Yorker 4 door
I Bid gets a dependable 1953 New ,
with baitwell i 18 HP
Call anytime after I a.m. 3729392. $45 Century 3-speed 16" oscillating Johnson SVt Pontiac. .... '
Radio & Heater .xcellent
fan. $10. 222 S. E. 20th St. HP Johnson trailer and light. 1964 RAMBLERS 63 CHRYSLER steering power
Phone FR 6-1416. a Will finance If necessary. See at tires and Is a 2 owner. Phone power
; FOR lease. one of Gainesville's top 39C6 N.W. 21st Ter. 3723227. air $
"GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV brakes radio heater con- O1QC
5 service stations. Excellent

opportunity 1 963 DODGE Dart air
cond.
radio DOOR
I for a man with moderate yr. guarantee on picture tube. MUST SELL $700 or best offer. heater manual shift white 2 COST $ 1693 ditioned. Was $3595 . NOW
I capital to be a very successful $39; refrigerators. $25; sofabed 16 Ft. Crosby fiberglass. 50 HP walls back lights. undercoat.Ing. SEDAN
I business. man. Call John Baldwin and chair. $29 sofa bed. $19 Evlnrude and tilt trailer. Phone perfectly up maintained. 22.000 plus 5 % 84
FR 64404.ALACHUA new platform rockers. $12.95. FR 4-7419 after 5 or see at 1706 Mi. of future warranty. Must sell : 4 door hardtop crown
Hardware Co. for sale Call Williams Service Center. S. W. 35th PI. by 9+64. will take trade. $ ". '63 IMPERIAL
steering
Phone 4421201 or 442125. Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937. 12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat. used FR 5179. 1777 power power
1 less than I year; $100. Phone brakes radio heater air con-
TRUCK STOPRestaurant I QUAILS for.sale. Live or dressed. FR 27101. $4295
i Phone 481 2674. . NOW
location with 1320 Feet 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with ditioned. Was $4495
0n US 441 South of Lake City. I XACTA CAMERA like new. trailer. $450. Phone FR 2-0235. MELTON
( North of High Springs. Restaurant holf price. Call 372-1693. _3911 N. W. 7th St. "
700" 4 door 4 speed
,
building and residence. Out . '
of state owner wishes to SELL. THORN -V double antennas.stack$3$13.00 single complete stack kit.$7 73 Musical Merchandise MOTORS 63 CORVAIR radio i $

I REALTY Jim Vovles. 419 NW ith Ave. SPINET Delivered! With or Without a Trade! !SOT A STRIPPED MODEL! heater, Was $1595 . NOW 1495
piano for sale. Good Bargain
CORP. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew with terms will deliver. 703 N. Main St. STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!
and Used $60 Phone FR 2-4846 after 7:00 P.M. FR 6-7571 2 door
34 N. Marlon St. Lake City. Fla. omplete line of photo supplies Home of 5% Profit 5 % Financing Super Sport
FULLER'S FOTO INC. 62 CHEVROLET
steer-
GROCERY Store for sale. DoIng 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 I h'dtop power
good business. Reason for GAINESVILLE RIDGWAYMOTOR automatic transmission, V8 radio heater -
ing,
T V perfect cond. will sacrifice
selling leaving town. Si' SW 5mAve. Value Rated
I'l FR 6-1482 from 7 a.m. to for $30. Also RCA stereo port.. I AUTO SALES 18,000 miles. $1895

I 7 pm. like.new FR cond.2.5OA1.REUPHOLSTERED.S39. 805 NE llthAve. I 1007 N. Main St. Used Cars CO. Was $2095 . . .NOW
MONEY MAKER. New business. I Phone FR 2.6313
2 piece sectional
t Good location near Shopping dressers bedroom- suites I Northcentral Florida's B&G MOTOR CO. Savoy. 2 door automatic -
Center. round mahogany dining table I Largest 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 '62 PLYMOUTH
Cadillac Oldsmobile
I CIII Gladys Smith. Realtor with 4 leaves reclining chairs. transmission -
__127t W University 3725393 wicker sofa & 2 chairs and jndeendent Dealer 2001 NW 13th St.
other household Items. Nearly' -- radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean.: $1095
NW 8th -- -- -- ------- -- ----- --------------------------
61 Wanted to Buy Nu Furniture Shop. 316 Was $1195 NOW
-
376-4892-
Ave. -

CASH for your used appliances. EAUTIFUL walnut bar. 9* long. V-200 4 door, automatic -
t I 4furniture clothing etc. Call WIl.I 4 Rattan stools suitable for '61 VALIANT .
I Hams Service Center. Hawthorne home or business. $200. Without I transmission
I Rd. 377W37. stools $150. FR 24496.VOLKSWAGEN.
radio, heater real sharp. $

64 Household Goods Was$1145 . . . NOW 1 045

I 10 GALLON aquarium with sand. BARKLEY MOTORS I
I wrought Iron stand. filter valves 4 door station
I I 21072.. and pump; S2$ Call FR 61 PLYMOUTH wagon power

COUCH. beige foam zipper cushions I steering, power brakes radio heater dual I
$85. white & gold formica air conditioners.
>> dinette & 4 chairs. $35. 514 NW : $1 095
I Slat Lane. 372.7305.TV. MILLER- Was $1395 . . . NOW
I .. 34" Console excellent condition -
works perfectly. Dan Netr t- BROWN k
.
"" 'n. station 4
,
r 'man FR 27191. PRESENTS. wagon
1030 E. Univ .uU. 60 CHEVROLET
AIR CONDITIONER. Mlvbtator. 10.- FR 2-3582 door automatictransmission
.
,000 BTU. only 1 year old. lust radio air
heater $
I cleaned t serviced. Phone FRI
f 3-4019. conditioned. Was $1395 NOW I 195
I FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. :30
\ Oil. with gas heater attached also 1964
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete Bel Air, 1 door,
60 CHEVROLET
a with gauges 2 crane shallow -
I well pumps. Inquire Lewis power steering.radio .
Jewelry Co.TA.G. heater air conditioned. I

APPLIANCES FORD Was $1095 . . . NOW $995 r
I Tested and Guaranteed &
.42 Refrigerators from $3* UP SPORTS FOREIGNCAR
I Ranges from $39 up door Impala
17 washers from $1* upI 60 CHEVROLET
I I Dryers from $49 up trans.
I 7 Food-Freezer from 19* vp CLEARANCE mission, radio heater.
2 Dishwashers from $4' up $1 1095
10 TV Sets from $35 up :: Was $1295 . . NOW ;
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I
419 NW ails Ave.Ph. 3725303SUBLEASE
I 4. door, standard transmis-
SALE
60 DODGE
I sion, 6 cyl.,
heat$695
er, real sharp. Was $795 .
I Building at WEEKEND SPECIALS
I/ I II
229 W. UNIV. AVE.
t 2 door
1 Next Door Theatre.to Florida SHAW '58 BUICK power steering Century! ,,power hardtop,

I PHONE 372-0440 brakes, radio, heater, cream puff.

I Was $795 . . . NOW $695
_d --I & I OVER 30 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM II


BARKLEYMOTORS KEETER '63 S'beam '61 V'wagen S 58 PLYMOUTH 4 transmission door automatic ra-

52095 1195 l dio heater, VS. 5

Alpine, radio Sedan, radio, Was $545 . . . NOW 495
heater . . .. heater . . . .
'IN.THE AUTO GAME- 238 W. University 65 Mustang
BARKLEY'S THE NAME" 53495 /Cf 4.door automatic transmis-

2201 N. Main St. Phone FR 6-5371 Conv., R&H PS, PB, auto, i '63 Volvo '61 Simca Ji OLDS sion, radio heater $ *

FR 2-4373 trans.. V8. air conditioned. $3195 S54S PSt clean. Was $545 . NOW 495
PI800 i electric; overdrive; A-door

air conditioned . . sedc.t . . . Bet Air, 4 door
64 TriumphSpitfire 57 CHEVROLET
.( $2095 sedan, automatic

AUGUSTCLEARANCE radio.heater '63 TR-4 '61 DKW transmission, radio, heater, sharp.

. . .,. $2395 5545 Was $695 . . .. .. NOW $545
Roadster, radio 2-door ,

heater . . . ... sedan . . .. . I |
: '59 BUICK II '64 Triumph
56 FORD 495
Convertible 2695 4 door radio, heater,

TR-4, wire wheels, 63 Triumph 51995 60 S'bcam $1295 VS. Was $495 . . NOW
'62 CHEVROLET heater . . . ...
Spitfire, radio, Alpine, radio.

4 door. H/T heater .. . . heater . . .. .. .

'61 CHEVROLET '64 Hillman IMPORTED CARS

f '63 .OLKSWAGEN 4 door M795 '63 Volvo '60 V'xhall
Ruby red. clean. I Super Minx, auto trans, 2995 $545
convertible radio
$1495 '61 CHEVROLET radio. heater whitewalls. PI800, radio, 4-door 63 TRIUMPH ,

Convertible heater .-. .. . . ... sedan . . . heater.
Was$1595 . . . NOW 1495
62 64 Consul
VOLKSWAGENPearl I
white. radio YVSW extra '62 COMET S1695 '62 TR-4 '60 V'wagen

nke. '61 COMET I English Ford 2-door radio 52095 S1095 63 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door' heater.

$1295 heater .. . Roadster R&H, wire Convertible i radio,

r '62 METEOR wheels elec. overdrive heater . . . .,. sharp. Was $1595 . NOW 1495

'61 VOLKSWAGEN i '

Beryl green radio. '63 COMET 63 MG S1795 '62 TR-4 '60 Volvo '62 VOLKSWAGEN sunroof radio

j $1095 '63 COMET Midget, radio S1995 1095

heater . ... .. .. Roadster, radio, heater 2-door sedan, air heater. Was $1395 . NOW 1325
1 '60 VOLKSWAGEN Convertible wire wheels . . ._ conditioned . .. .. .. .

Mango grt n. clean. '63 MONTEREY 1 door hardtop radio

$995 : 3Se Fiat M145 62 Porsche ? TR-3 60 METRO heater, > ,

60 DODGE 4-door, radio Super "75" $3295 S995 Was $495 . . . NOW 425
59 VOLKSWAGEN heater . . coupe radio. ,
Sunroof radio heater black. 61 FALCON heater tinted windshield heater .. .... ...... .
r '58 FIAT l,100' 4 door, heater
$895 '

I '64 VOLKSWAGEN 60'53 FALCON FORD '63 MG S S1595 1 '61 S'beom S1445 '59 Renault 5445 Was $595 IIHI. .dean.. . . NOW $4 445 a

Pickup like new. radio Galaxie Air 1100 Sedan 'dOO<. radio Alpine, hardtop radio 4-door, radio. !

$1750 I '61 FORD, heater . . .? heater. overdrive ... heater . .. ..... 56 VOLKSWAGEN Lr


'58 FORD I Pickup '63 Fiat '61 Eng. Ford '56 M'cedes Was $545 . . . NOW 495See

! PIckup. dean. S84S 5545 M095
52 CHEVROLET 600D. 2-door 2-door
$595 180D. 4-door. : J. L. SMITH.
Pickup sedan .. .. .. ... ... sedan ......a.... ..- sedan .. . .... WILBUR SUCH, PAUL

,, '62- VOLKSWAGEN- Utility Body NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S NO. 1 DEPENDENT DEALER "WE DEPEND ON YOUR BUSINESS" BARNETT, FRANK GRAY.

Komblt extra clean '
59 OLDS

I'II I $1395 '58 OLDS I


II Miller- STATION'53 PLYMOUTh'WAGC BARKLEY MOTORS. HAWESPOWERSMOTOR



: CO.IMPERIALVALIANTCHRYSLER.PLYMOUTHSIMCJt
Brown CRANELINCOLN .


1030 E. MERCURY 2201 N. MAIN ST.

Uaiv. At'.. 516 South Main St.

FR 2-3512 FR 6.2425 FH-4373 "IN, THE AUTO GAME .- BARKLEY'S: THE'NAME" Open Daily Til 19 I -,.Sun. 7ii, 6 j I 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400-

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I CLEANUPI 3 DAY SALE CHEVROLET'S UNIVERSITY




:I r I DAYSI II I, PRICESSLASHED ANNUAL



I
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Model Year-End Prices 8AM-8 PM SAM-8PM 8AM-8 PM NEARLY NEW I

I BRING THE FAMILY I


.I Are Now in Effect! I I FREE COKESSEE I SALE I II

I OUR 5 COURTEOUS SALESMEN
, You can enjoy the superb beauty and HOYT HAYMANS ELMER MILLERP. '
G. HOLDER CECIL SIMMONS I u $900'
i flawless. performance of a Quality Olds-I HOWARD HURD Albert Plan, Sales Mgr. SAVE TO I

mobile. The extra performance and quiet- HEW '64 CHEVROLET
PICK UP. 1,800 miles. $1495 ON DEMONSTRATORS I
ness is yours to enjoy. if I you buy now
'63 Rambler '63 Chevrolet
during Clean-up Days. 4 radio door, heater.sedan. Automatic transmission 2 radio door heater.<6< cyl. automatic transmission AND OFFICIAL CARS!!

I $1795 $1850
1.// EMBER CHEVROLETS CORVAIRS CHEVY ll's
THESE ARE LIKE NEW

r u "' :( ) '63 Ford '63 Rambler CHEVELLES STATION WAGONS

4 Galaxie 500" 2 door, hardtop, radio, 770 4 door bucket seats, automatic
C"1t WAJ\J\. heater, automatic transmission,air contransmission, radio, heater, air condi-
ditioned, power steering, power brakes. tioned, power steering power brakes.
$2450 $2450
i
'63 RAMBLER 770 4 door,bucket seats,
63 CADILLAC $4795 radio, heater, floor $1TOC .
shift ....... .............. I/7D _.
Sedan DeVille. Air conditioned. _
I
i '62 Ford '62 RamblerAutomatic IIS
61 CADILLACSedan
52995 Galaxie 500" 4 door hardtop, auto ,
matic transmission radio, heater. transmission radio heater.
DeVille. Air conditioned.
$1395 $1150
I
'60 CADILLAC $1995 c
'61 RAMBLER station wagon, '". ,,::
$1395 "
Sedan. air conditioned, extra clean. ...

'59 CADILLAC '61 Rambler '61 Fiat
Sedan. Air conditioned. 51595 American,2 door radio,heater. 4 door,sedan. NEARLY 1 OUTSTANDING NEW I
$795 $395

CAR TRADE-INS TO CHOOSE FROM!
56 CADILLAC $395 61 Rambler 61 Rambler
4 door,heater, nice. American 4 door,heater.
Coupe DeVille. Air conditioned.
$950 $895
Make & Model WAS NOW

'63 OLDS 52795 I '60 FORD Ranchero '
......... 695 62 CHRYSLER
Pick
"88" 4 Door Sedan. Air Conditioned. Up.
4-dr., V-8, Automatic, RZVH, S2495 S1047
Air Coed..Dark blue, Like New.
, '60 OLDS '60 Corvair '60 Rambler S
51495 '
2 door radio heater 4 door radio heater. 64 CORVAIR<

E 88" Hardtop Sedan. I I $795 $795 Cond.Convertible. Like,Auto.New,R&H.Air S2995 $2547

'59 OLDS '60 Rambler '60 Rambler
51095 /
,
t Station wagon automatic transmission 4 door radio heater. air conditioned.
!
Sedan. Air conditioned. radio heater
$995 LeMons Coupe, Automatic $2695 $2147
I $950 p R6H A.Cond. ;
'58 OLDS 1 1'y
tl '
5395 I 60 Dodge 60 FordStation
Sedan. wagon, automatic transmission, Station wagon. 6 cyl., automatic trans-
$1495 S1141
radio, heater. mission, heater. Ste. Wagon V-8. Automatic;
J .
R6H Air Condo
'63 BUICK 53295 $895 $895

Station Wagon. Air conditioned. : .e YI
59 CHEVROLET Sedan Wagon, Standard Shift, S1195 S941
delivery, Extra
'59 BUICK etxra nice. ........ 695 '6-cyl. Sharp.

Electro Sedan. 51195 '59 Renault '59 DeSoro : i 2S., Hardtop.V-S, S2695 $1147
Auto.. White with
PS PB R6H
Heater. door
4 radio heater automatic trans
_Red Interior._ _
mission oir conditioned nice.
63 CHEVROLET 52195 $
Impala Sedan. $695 l 60 PLY
59 Rambler i iSte
Station wagon, automatic transmission, '59 RamblerRadio Wagon,V 8, A.t.M.t S895 S547
'
63 II radio,heater. ,heater extra nice.
.HEVY 51995
$795 $695 I
;' Nova E E 1
S89S S647
Convertible; Standard Trans.,
'58 KARMAN GHIA $ As is.
60 CHEVROLET 51195 1 nice . . 895
Station Wagon. 6-cyl. Standard transmission. '53 CHEV.
J '58 Plymouth '57 Studebaker S75 S47
4 door. 4 door. Good 2ncl C.r.
61 IMPALA
51595
$495 $250 I
.
Hardtop Sedan. Air Conditioned.
'58 Olds '57 Rambler

F': '63 .LCON .: 51595$ 2$265 door hardtop. Station$230 wocon. TRUCKS !

Station Wagons .
'57 Chevrolet StudebakerII _

'60 FORD 5795 2$645 door sedan. 57 Station wagon. 2'/z-ton.INTL.Cab b Chassis. $1 015 $147

Station Wagon. $225 lMt Wheel B.le.

'62 CROWN IMPERIAL$2995 '57 Plymouth 4 door. '55 Metro. :6 ton 2,.Good : $1395 $1141

$450 $225RIDGWAY'S '
Air conditioned. !62 CHEV. $1 075 $747UNiVERSITY
'64 PONTIAC CAN SELL FOR LESS The Perfect Hunting.T''k.

i 52495 BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
Catalina. WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER

}!,EMBE
t
'61 RAMBLER p '
$1095Ii'M .
.,,'fg
Station Wogon. 4. rc I Ip
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SUNDAY +s wsiA p CHEVROLETOPEN

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1.ft mc. P.IDGWAYMOTOR r 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.Gainesville's .

Largest Volume Dealer
t U
. CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE CO. MAIN ST. AT 16TH AVE. PHONE FR 6-7584

, I 2201 N.W. 13th ST. FR 6-7515 1132 S. MAIN ST., FR 2-8433
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Friday August 21. 1964 Gainesville Sun 17
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[ John Hipp At Gainesville Auto Sales Says. .
SHAW & KEETER"FORDTOWN"



COME 'N THE GAINESVILLE


STAGGERS CAR & -

TRUCK MARKETWith


GET 'EM the most drastic TRADING POLICY in their 40 years of service to this Area




I We've Got I BEST YEA -( DEALS ,



FORDS, CHEVY'S, PLYMOUTHS, A sales event unduplicated in history! An all out selling spree that defies competition dares to save

' you hundreds of dollars on your purchase of a new CAR or TRUCK!

DODGES, CHRYLERS, CADILLACS,

1964 FORDS PRICED SO LOW-YOU CAN'T SAY NO!
OLDSMOBILES RAMBLERS PONTIACS
. ,
-
Falcons

l BUICKS, and ECONOMY CARS. 1 Fairlanes -

j OLD 1950's and NEAR NEW 1964's Galaxies B .

II T-Birds

They're coming out our EARS !

!, Most Colors Available! Drive One Away Today!
WE MUST REDUCE OUR STOCK!




SAVE FROM$100 TO S500



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55 Chl Pontiac,Han.dr., $95 59 sedan Savoy Plym., 4-dr.V-I, $595
sedan V-S.standard
standard tram.
traM .
new set tires.Simca
1964 FORD TRUCKS


5 6 210 Chcy-.2-dr..lutO.Irans.. R&H.sedan.Val $16 5 61 1 -dr.4-cy1.heater head..sedan.valvel,over.goof, $395

tires.


I 57 Olds.U trans.top.-.""hlrd$350 i 5 %&M Chey.standard sedan.B iscayneItr V4.trans.. $275 SAVINGS LIKE

NEVER
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Cher- $o o r Plym.avoy le

58 Biscayne sedan standard 6

I S "f/ Ford Fairlane $00. $47 5 64 Ford $2495
! m a tram.dr.',auto sedan.VJ PS. V.2-dr.Galaxle.. standard hardtop.500
R&H wsw. trans R&H.
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.... (MOST MODELS & STYLES AVAILABLE)
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R.A."Friendly Bob" Leon "LL"Stanley W. A. "LJttle' Billy Roy "Stoeteor"
Ad.me Tuten Wood I GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION OF A-l USED CARS!!.


62 2-1t Tempest. SHan. $1145 Chey.Impala c0n-, *2095JMrn I 1962 r
vertible. V.S.Powergllde.
auto. t"s. 1962 1957 1961 1957 1961
\ Plym.dr.
heater sharp. -
Corvair
J PS R&H. Low .. sta. Chev. Valiant Ford2dr. VolksConvt.
.
wagon auto. Manu 4-d" 2-dr V-8. V.1.Fordomatlc
,
trans. PS. RIHspeed Powerglide.R&H. \ R&H
Marc.Monterey. RATE heater, .lightLblue. transmission blue & V.2QO R&H.4-dr. heater, rH i solid yellow.
tires.57vw: white. $795 63 ,automatic custom $2995 This $1395 $395 white. $695 $345 white. $945
AC.trans vinyl PS.trim.PB. I 6% Week's
. sharp. ..
I I Fi- Special
A A $1OO C Ranchero Falcon Pick. 1956 1962 1960 1959 1959 1957 1961
OU Convertible.auto.ps..PB.trans.At. 177 J 62 up trim,deluxe 170 cu. $1395 I tancingOn Ford Ford Sta.Chev.wagon, fpass. Olds Ford ricyl. 2-dr.Chey.heater, Ford
C/300 2-1tr.
in. .
engine
PW R&H. auto. trans. I Galnle. "', 2-dr. V4 Super I' .ta.. stlckshlft Powergllde. FIL .500 4dr.VI. ,
'o heater standard
i R&H All Convertible R&H wagon, R&H.ps with heater A Red I. white SIN
extra cle.n trans. PB A/C. hurry IL$144 Com.
I gas saver.
621395 L\ chcinoi; I i. Newand auto VI R&H engine trans.. $1195 $895 $795 L $495 $995

0 trans R&H.white J U truck e eyl* M M
walls. clean. r IT RUNS


6 3 IrklO1, 61heater 1 ;y Vi.stat $1645 I Used $89.00 ONLY FalconRanchero 1961 Pick.Up. F/L R&H Ford 1960 500 ps.ur, I I F/L RfcH Ford 1961 2-dr.red"V&, 2-dr.bucket Comet 196)hardtop seats. ., Station Falcon 1961 sharp.Wagotl.. Stude.1949
F V ton pickup
heater white Cars New PaInt. Cow. AlC white. R&H auto. R1H.Ford0Matic
wens end m m PS. I pay I. whit. trans.
cl.an. R&H. L$895 $945 $845 $1945 $995 $145SHA'I'

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Many More Outstanding Buys To Choose From

,. OPEN ? 9
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Pick out your own selections from All Transistor Radio

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4 Artists Classical Popular quality goes in before the name
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Hurry! Take advantage of this ROYAL

limited time offer today! Supplies[ ,f r'= TYPEWRITER J .. 'l

can't last c>t
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price! Tax ,I
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Our Regular List Price $169.80 plete size with envelopes.handy carryingcase. Cornti )
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magnificent 4 speed phonograph brings you "Whole House" Stereo. 2 base

woofers, 2 coaxial tweeters, 2 mid-range speakers, plus 2 auxiliary speakers Automatic-Electric

(that can be extended any distance from the set. Beautiful furniture styling to HAIRDRYER
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See and hear a thrilling demonstration of this fine instrument in the,Stereo Department 77
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Amazing New
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HAND MIXERWe Just Arrived!
Opens any standard size
Here Is the lost word In modem cm. Removable stainless "
kitchen convenience! A beauti- steel cutting wheel. Easy 13 i' I'
bought out the distributor's to clean and keep clean.
ful, powerful new hand mixer Compartment for excess ONLY
that performs countless mixing entire stock and we're passing the cord storage. (Model CO eCordless
tasks, yet frees you forever
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Hundreds of other equally sensational

table, range without Regular values on Sale today. Come in and browse I Plus simulated leather carryingcase. j
changing from outlet to out Vi .
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store it on its handsome unit.wall M ._. -.J- Back-ta-SchooI 99
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Multi-Cycle Automatic Washer Men's Deluxe

UPRIGHT HOME FOOD FREEZERThe Refrigerator with; Zero Degree Freezer ELECTRICSHAVER

Buy Of A Specially Priced For SENSATIONALAT Deluxe Ladies'
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YOURS Lifetime ONLYTakes FOR! 169 This ONLY Sale! $17 7 ONLY 188Gleaming 1288 WHILE THTYUST! SPECIAL SHAVER 788 _

The closest.cleanest shaves SALE!
white porcelain protected top, lid and imaginable. (Model 444-2)
very little floor space, yet stores big family Features big separate zero zone freezer locker. Has tub guards against rust and corrosion. Pre
size supply of frozen foods. Features 3 fast freezing handy,egg racks in door. Spacious deep door shelves. selection of temperature and .water fill. Washes
shelves 4 "Pantry Door" shelves, and 4-sided magnetic Tall bottle storage. 5 year guarantee on unit. (Model all fabrics safely. Exclusive 4-way lint end grit removable -
gasket. (Model F 1042)) 3512 priced with trade. system. (Model A 54 priced with trade.)\
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