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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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NO-this tough looking hombre is no latter day Preamble Cites

Dillinger, but a dignified vice president of the Citizens I

Bank of Gainesville, Fred Cone. He posed for this pic-
ture while supervising the weekend transfer of the FALLEN LEADERS

bank's money to its new location on North Main $t., Broad AdvancesBy

where it will be open for business Monday morning.Sun 33>ui :nark Simra Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, "First Lady" longer

( photo by Eddie Davis.) ATLANTIC CITY The natural demand of than any other and an active party figure long
STERLING F. GREEN after her White House will be memorialized -
years
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) The Democratic politics to look ahead will yield briefly this weekas t
as the most distinguished woman lost to
Holley to Speak platform proclaimed Saturday that the Kennedy-Johnson the Democrats pause to look back and remember the party since its 1960 convention.Mrs. .
their fallen leaders.
administration has given the nation four years of "un
Since the party last met in national conven- Roosevelt's friend and political associatein
precedented achievement not by a political party, but
tion, it has lost not only its young President, New York, Herbert H. Lehman, a governor

In G'ville TuesdayRepublican by The a people.Platform uommmee issued John F. Kennedy, but at least six men and wom- and a senator, is another of the honored departed. -

word en who had been distinguished for long service or .
a 15,000 "preamble"section
of the platform to be HumphreyIs have otherwise found niches in Democratic his- Estes Kefauver, younger than all these save
gubernatorial can- for President Kennedy, will be remembered as
didate Charles Holley is comingto presented to the Democratic tory.Delegates who have witnessed Democratic the senator from Tennessee who defeated Ken

Gainesville Tuesday to meet National Convention for approval MakingSelf conventions for years have known only one perm- nedy in 1956 and won the party's nomination for
Tuesday night. Officially titled -
the voters personally and then anent chairman, Sam Rayburn. "Mister Sam, vice president
"An Accounting of Steward-
make a speech at Gainesville Heard and his veteran parliamentary partner, Rep. The memorial list since 1960 also includedSen.
ship, it contained no planks but
High School. Y. boasted of: Clarence Cannon of Missouri, are among the dis- Robert Kerr of Oklahoma, once a keynoterand
W. C. O'Neal, local attorney tinguished departed as the 1964'convention meets. once a candidate for the presidential nomination -
and Alachua County Steering -Vastly strengthening the na- @ Ntu Unrk t wimt Even so, the convention will live by' the rules ; and Paul Butler, who was national chair-

Committee chairman for the t tion's armed might, meeting every ATLANTIC CITY Sen. Hubert and precedents of its long-time expert. The of- man at the 1960, convention. -

Holley campaign, said the can- Communist challenge of -H. Humphrey leading con- ficial manual carried not only his by-line but A portion of Thursday night's proceedings will II

didate will see anyone who force, cutting defense costs, and tender for the Democratic vice also, "Copyright 1964 by Clarence Cannon. All be devoted officially to the memories of President 11 .I

wants to meet, him personallyfrom "brightening" the outlook for presidential nomination, pledged rights reserved." Cannon died this year, but he Kennedy, Mrs. Roosevelt, and Speaker I

2:30: to 4 p.m. Tuesday. Saturday that his party's had done his work early. Rayburn.Roosevelt.
peace.Keeping
Holley, a St. Petersburg lawyer f : ;t. its 1960 pledge of a campaign will be conducted -

and legislator, will be at a > 5 per cent yearly economic and won "with honor z n d

local campaign headquarterswhich ',c.." dignity." Viet NamStudents Warns
.
is now being opened at Additional political At the same time, Humphrey

503 SW 2nd Ave., O'Neal said. stories on Page 4A. charged the Republicans "may InUltimatum

At 4 p.m., Holley will hold a appeal to passions and prejudices -

press conference. His next'pub- and to fear and bitter- Florida of
lic appearance is the speech growth, nearly double the aver- ness." BarryTALLAHASSEE
of the eight preceding Re-
at age
8:15
scheduled at p.m. HOLLEYSome
In a speech prepared for a -
and
School. publican years, providing"the
Gainesville High dinner of the National Committee ( AP)-Elliott and maintenance of the Inland
The will be Holley's observers rate Holley as longest peacetime expan- SAIGON, South Viet Nam
appearance of the Young Democratic Roosevelt, who became Florida's waterway will be cut off all
;
Gainesville serious challenge to Jackson- sion in our history. AP President
first in as can a ( ) Nguyen
Clubs of America the Minne- Democratic national flood
com- control appropriations for
in
3.9 million jobs
didate for but O'Neal ville Mayor Haydon Burns, the Adding
governor Khanh and 10 oppositionist students -
sota senator lavished praise on mitteeman a week ahead of the state will cease; the stabi-
3% and cutting unemployment -
Democratic nominee for
said the Republican will proba- gover- years from 6.5 cent in President Johnson and his family sat down over tea and cigarettes schedule, already has outlined lization of your area of the
per
bly make two or three more nor.As and declared they "repre- and some of his partisan views as Ponce de Leon Inlet
appearances here before the sources of votes for Hol- January 1961 to 4.9 per cent last Saturday argued will be
sent the vitality of our youth about how South Viet Nam's Democrats prepared to open wiped out; the space program
to antiBurns
election. ley, they point :
month.Moving and the responsibility that come their fall struggle with the Re- will be in
O'Neal said the 39-year-old votes; registered Republicansand "boldly and directlyto government should be run. The : cut half and employ-
with maturity. dissatisfiedand publicans for Florida's presi- ment in all of the
Holley is making a determinedbid former northern residents eliminate waste and duplica- students came away counties sur-
for the governorship. Florida whoswitched from Republicanto tion" in government, reducingthe The Johnson administration is apparently left in effect an dential votes.Roosevelt roundiAj Cape Kennedy will

has not elected a Republican Democrat when they moved federal budget, and elimi- characterized by the word "op- ultimatum for Khanh to make of Miami, said he drop immeasurably," he said.

governor since 1872. (See HOLLEY on Page 2A) (See PLATFORM on Page 2A) portunity," Humphrey stated. changes by Tuesday.The wished that the voters "who are Roosevelt was appointed national -
UN eve r before has an ad- students told Khanh they national Republicans and local committeeman a week

-- ministration done so much that wanted what amounted to an Democrats would get out of the ahead of the time he would have

Commission appeals to our young," he con- American-style democracy for Democratic Party and become taken the office anyway. Robert

BeginsFor Planning tinued. South Viet Nam with electionof registered Republicans." Johnson of Jacksonville, wlam

a civilian government. Khanh Although Democrats out-reg- Roosevelt was elected trf succeed -

replied this was a target to aim ister Republicans in Florida several stepped down Friday, and

Expansion of Vl lilities Jay's ShopOwner for but claimed that in view of times over, the state has Roosevelt replaced him. Roose-

the war against Communist gone Republican in the last velt was attending the Demo-

DiesFuneral guerrillas that kind of govern- three presidential elections.A cratic National ConventicSJ as. ;

By NORM LaCOE edand they are subject to because the city might have to ment is at present impractical.In son of the late President part of the Florida slate.

Sun Staff Writer change when policies reach buy them out later. services will !be at 2 their' ultimatum, the students Franklin D. ,Roosevelt, the new, (Florida's democratic national -

The city commission began to more final form are these: 4. A rate base should be es- p.m. tomorrow for Sam S. demanded in addition to Florida.national committeeman' committeewoman, Mrs.

lay the groundwork yesterdayfor 1. Utilities service should do tablished, which would show a Michaels, 64, .owner of Jay's civilian government, lifting of warned north Florida against O'Neal Cox of Gainesville,
the of
a long range, detailed planto two things make and profit on the city's investment Dress Shop in downtown Gaines- present state emergencyand voting for the Republican nom- has also stepped down for her
money the elimination of what
foresee and solve greater serve the public. A consistent At least half the profits shouldbe ville, who died yesterday in called "anti-Buddhist they ,inee, Sen. Barry Goldwater. successor, but apparently for

Gainesville utilities service pro- balance must be. struck be- plowed back for expansionsand Daytona Beach, of an apparent ists"from the government.reveng-Un- "If,north Florida goes Repub- purely personal reasons.
blems. heart attack. lican this fall and Goldwater becomes -
improvements.
tween these two. less Khanh meets these de- Mrs. Cox said aheresne1l
Broadly, the'commission Mr. Michaels, who lived at president, north Floridacan
of the
wants to know what areas may 2. Study should be given whether 5. Major requirements 2155 NW 7th Place, was born mands by the Tuesday deadline, expect to seeno further appropriations immediately after the May 24
such
future as new
power in
student demonstrationsnow which Mrs. Ann-
be annexed in future years, and sewer service, now a part March 5, 1900 in Boston. He,liv- for the completionof primary
generating equipment or replacement limited will be enlarged. the
when. the city should supply wa- of general government, should of distribution lines- See DIES the Florida barge canal," hewrote (See ELLIOTT On Page 2A)
( on Page 2A) students said.Picks .
ter; power and sewer service. come under the utilities depart- should be foreseen and provided in a letter to George Alien -
The commissioners, meetingas ment. The department is con- of the Daytona Beach News-

a committee on utties; serv- cerned now with water, power for. United Fund Leader Journal.
6. If feasible, the city shouldtie ANY DAY IS A
Ices asked F. A. Eidsness and the more technical aspectsof "All funds for development
Gainesville engineer, to proposea sewer operations. in with other power systems GOOD DAY TO USE A

"study. 3. The should reach to draw on their capacityto For Universit Collections
.city out. handle peak loads. This y Missing Yanks GAINESVILLE SUN
Eidsness w ill recommend to serve areas which it knows to ,
what should be included in the will be annexed at.some later would permit the city :' :?'ram ".= W. Corrick directorof WANT AD
; cut back the amount it George Found Alivec
study and how much it should date It should not permit private services at the
must spend for excess capacity, development Mrs. Poteot placed this wontad
cost.Originally utility companies or other needed to meet peak require- University of Florida, will head ( ) New York Times in the Gainesville Sun classified ,
Eidsness had been firms to move .into the area, Tie-ins M .. a: the University'Division of the LEOPOLDVILLE section to run Monday,
ments. permit power The Con-
,
asked to study the feasibility of Community-wide 1965 United Tuesday, Wednesday. She received -
service companies to borrow among go, The United States embassy numerous calls and sold
extending sewer we st
each other Fund cmpaign.In here announced Saturday her house the first day to the

three miles along Newberry Several additional points related appointing Corrick, Gen- that three Americans who had third person who called. Results
Road Interstate 75. This is like this can be yours
an'area: where restaurants and WHERE TO to utilities service a Iso 1 eral Chairman Keith Austin said been reported missing during when you advertise in the
were discussed. the University Division is vitalto fighting in the eastern city of classified section .of the
motels will, be located. It is a .
FIND IT The commissioners decided to I the success of the drive be- ,Bukavu had been found alive. Gainesville Sun.
fow area .with. poor drainage,
# c accotmts'for The three CoL William A.
nd successful development let Eidsness study the I. 75 cause it normally are FORCED TO SELL QUICKLY 3 ,R.

a ( ire city sewer Area -.-. .-.-. .. ..-... 1C (See UTILITIES on Page 2A) approximately 25 per cent of Dodds and Lt. CoL Donald V. m bath., excellent cw dnlcn. S3M
may r f service. Rattan both U. in- down ,assume $73 mo. led1+x
told the commissioners '. 'Classified . 6C-T1C 1 the funds collected. S. "counter I Y s. Immed. possession. No rid
Eidsness .
Comics : 4C 1 and Louis 1754 NE JOth H. Ph. Sn0313.
. : Corrick win the collection surgency" experts. tape. -
he organize .
last the Commission
Monday thought Markets . . 06 R. McFarlane, a vice consul.The
of from U of F
pledges .
problem of extending service Movie,... . .'. 3C named embassy said the three Economical Sun Wont -Ads
should be studied whole, rather Obituaries . 2A Not MeetingThe personneL He was as- men were sighted on a hillside work hard at such low costs.
than piecemeal He asked policy Opinion Page .. 6A sistant to President J. Wayne near Bukavu by a light plane Place your family want-ad on
guidelines be laid down.Yesterday's Sports01.05Television Reitz in January, 1962, and as- which the 6 to 12 day low rate plan!
city commission will! not Al was out searching for
sumed his present duties in Call us Monday 3728441.
meeting resulted Logs 4C 5C hold its regular meeting tomor- them. However, it gave no de-
.
from Eidsness' Women's IB-SB 1 .. May of this year. He is also
suggestions. : .-> i ,row, the'city manager's office tails on how the. men had been Proof of "suittOf

Tentative .guidelines! : ,develop. announced yesterday. CORRICK (See UCF on Page 2A) rescued. P



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the political instincts of the American people, I have crossedthe or halting steps should be taken to bring state governmentinto The charge is preposterous and. we ought boldly- .to.-say- so.
MondayIn federal The laws of God, and of nature,. have no dateline. The prhx
with
i-TN length and breadth of this great land hundreds of times line policy.In based
which the Conservative political position ,I is 1
ciples on
and talked with tens of thousands of people, with Democratsand where it is now generally understood and pro- tht has nothing to do 4
a country have been, established by a process ... ,. .
Republicans, with farmers and laborers and businessmen. claimed that Communism is an enemy bound to destroy us, with the social economic and political landscape that changes

I find that America is fundamentally a Conservative Congress annually deliberates over means of "coexisting"with from decade to decade and from century to'century.. These

The nation. the Soviet Union. principles are derived from the nature ot .znan..and from

The preponderant judgment of the American people, espe- And so the question arises: Why have American people been the truths that God has revealed about }His creation.

cially of the young people, is that the radical, or Liberal, unable to translate their views into appropriate political Circumstances do change. So do the problemstha "'arc

approach has not worked and is not working. They yearn action? Why should the nation's underlying allegiance to Con shaped by circumstances. But the principles that governthe ,

SunFORWARD for a return to Conservative principles.At servative principles have failed to produce correspondingdeeds solution of the problems do not. To suggest that the J Ii,

in Washington? is date is akin to saying that "
Conservative philosophy out of
the same time, I have been in a position to observe .
first hand how Conservatism is faring in Washington. And it I do not blame my brethren in government, all of whom the Golden Rule, or the Ten Commandments or Aristotle'SPolitics
is all too clear that in spite of a Conservative revival among work hard and conscientiously at their jobs. I blame Conser- are out of date. The Conservative approach is nothing J

the people the radical ideas that were promoted by the New vatives ourselves myself. Our failure, as one Conserva- more or less than an attempt to apply the wisdom and
and Fair' Deals under the guise of Liberalism still dominatethe tive writer has put it, is the failure of the Conservative dem experience and the revealed truths of the past to.-the problems
councils of our national government.In onstration. Though we Conservatives are deeply persuadedthat of today. The challenge is not to find new"or different truths', :
our society is ailing, and know that Conservatism holds but to learn how to apply established truths to the problemsof ,
\ By SEN. BARRY GOLDWATERThis a country where it is now generally understood and the key to national salvation-and feel sure the country agrees the contemporary world. My hope is that one more'Con

\" \, book is not written with the idea of adding to or proclaimed that the people's welfare depends on individualself with us-we seem unable to demonstrate the practical rele- servative voice will be helpful in meeting this challenge.This .

reliance rather than on state paternalism, Congress an- vance of Conservative principles to the needs of the day.
improving on the Conservative philosophy. Or of "bringing nually deliberates over whether the increase in government book is an attempt to bridge the gap between theory I

it up to date." The ancient and tested truths that guided our welfarism should be small or large.In We sit by impotently while Congress seeks to improvise solu- and practice. I shall draw upon my speeches, the radio and *

Republic through its early days will do equally well for us. tions to problems that are not the real problems facing the television broadcasts and the notes I have made over the ,

The challenge to Conservatives today is quite simply to demonstrate a country where it is now generally understood and country, while the government attempts to assuage imagined years in the hope of doing what one is often unable to do \]
proclaimed that the federal government spends too much, concerns and ignores the real concerns and real needs of in the course of a harried day's work on the Senate floor: :
the bearing of a proven philosophy on the probe Congress annually deliberates over whether to raise the federal the people. to show the connection between Conservative principles so f.

1 lems of our own time.I budget by a few billion dollars or by many billion.In widely espoused, and Conservative action, 'so generally '
Perhaps we suffer from an over-sensitivity to the Judgments lected.
should explain the considerations that led me to join In a country where it is now generally understood and pro- of those who rule the mass communications media. neg'I'I

this effort. I am a politician, a United States Senator. As claimed that individual liberty depends on decentralized gov- We are daily consigned by "enlightened" commentators to Beginning Monday: Chapters' One and Two of "The

such_ I have had an opportunity to learn something aboutCity ernment, Congress annually deliberates over whether vigorous political oblivion: Conservatism, we are told, is out-of-date. science of a Conservative." f


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MURROW LEEROY DENNISON :
SessionThe Funeral services will be to- Funeral services will be at It

I Page 1 From Page 1 morrow at 2:30: p.m. lor Clifford -a.m. tomorrow for LeeRoy Den

Edward Murrow, 43. who nison, 56, founder and co-owner
Gainesville Commis However since I ZONESA ,
City paign last year. ette Baker of Clearwater was : Partly! cloudy through Sunday UMsS ed in Alachua County since 1934,, died Friday at the Gainesville of the Dennisorj ConstructionCo.
sion, meeting as a committee election, the commission h as I elected to the post. night with scattered mostly daytime and had operated the dress shop Nusing Home following an extended ., who died Friday in Ala.
of'the whole, met in executive I met in so called executive ses thundershowers. Not much change In
I Mrs. Cox said she turned temperature. High Sunday 14 to 92. \ for 29 years. _, illness. chua General Hospital.
session yesterday. I sion.The the post over to Mrs. Baker i L\ Mr. Michaels was a member Mr. Murrow, who lived at 622 Mr. Dennison, who lived al

Commissioner James Richardson public has been bar- ahead of time because of an BCDEFGHIPartiycloudy of the Board of Directors of the NE 2nd St., was a salesman for 3701 SW 18th 'SC; .:was born
1 said the commission want- ed from such meetings' and reporters arthritic condition which willprevent Sunday with widely I Guaranty Federal Savings and Walker Furniture Co. He wasa Aug. 28, 1907 in Lake Bulter.

edT to discuss personnel mat generally have been ask her from attendingthe scattered showers mainly during Loan Assn. member of the Baptist church and moved to ,Alachua County

ters. Reporters were invited to ed to leave or print nothing convention. the afternoon hours. High a I Pincus Gross will officiate at and had lived in Alachua Coun- 26 years ago. He was a men I
leave. which was discussed. Normally, the incumbentserves Sunday 88 to 94. Variable \ services at the Williams-Thomas ty most of his life. ber 'ot Jehovah's Witnesses. -:

Secret meetings were issues Chapter 165.22, Florida Statues through the entire con- mostly south and southwest \ Funeral Home Chapel. Burial I Rev. Robert Huling, pastor of R. V. Bender will officiate at '

of- the city commission cam.Kennedy provides that city meetings vention and the, committee- winds G J K 5:to Mostly 15 miles fair Sunday per hour.with will be in Gainesville Jewish the First Baptist Church of services at the WilliamsThomas ,

shall be public, and sets member elect comes along to only chance of an Isolated shower. Cemetery. Folkston, Ga., will officiate at Funeral Home chapel. Burial 'I

forth penalties for violation.The learn the ropes and Is installed east High winds Sunday 10 to near 18 miles 90. Southeast per hour.to Survivors include: his wife, services at the Jones Jones will be in Hillcrest Memorial ,
Gainesville City Charter, on the last day of the Mrs. Betty M. Michaels: and Funeral Home Chapel her e. Park.

which must conform to state convention, Mrs. Cox said.) Sunday -Cedar High Key at Tides 2:18 a.m. and one sister, Miss Sophia Mich- Burial will be in Evergreen Survivors include: his wife I
law, sets out that commission 1:33 p.m. Low at 7:48 am. and 8:27 aels of Gainesville. Cemetery. I
Kathleen P. DeunSon WQ.
In the letter Mrs. ;
the News-
III Race For meetings and committee ses to p.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Pallbearers will be: Alex Rob- Survivors include: three brothers Edith M. Veatch
Journal, Roosevelt said that he Monday High at 2:40 a m. and children, Mrs.
sions shall be public. 2:11 p.m. Low at 1:20 a.m. .and 1:54 High.Low 'reel" bins, Joe Lichter, Tom Dobson, David Murrow of St. 'of Gainesville and Earl L. Dennison
I thought the South was being p.m. Jacksonville 92 n Rudderman Mitchell *
Gainesville commissioners Jerry Thomas Murrow of
Augustine,
misled Goldwater's Miami 19 77 .02 of Gainesville: his father
U.S. SenateNEW contend it is necessary to by supporters MARINE FORECAST Tampa 17 77 1.52 Baumstein and Joe Silverman. Palatka, and James P. Murrowof Dennison of ;
Hampton
the civil issue. EAST GULF: South and southwest Charles M.
on rights Atlanta 8& 69 .93
I meet when the public and press I President Johnson U.S. winds I to 15 knots Sunday. Scattered New Orleans 88 7S .26 Honorary pallbearers will include Detroit, Mich.; three.sisters, ; one brother Avery C. Den?
as -
senator
YORK A. P. The are barred, to discuss some I showers. Boston 69 57 .n the Board of Directors of Mrs. E. V. Cannon of Jacksonville -I
to 92 67 .oa nison of Gainesvillej Jhree. sisf
never belonged a New York
race for U. S. senator from business. For example, policiesfor civil while pro- GAINESVILLE WEA THER- Washington U 73Municipal the Guaranty Federal A s.1. Mrs. E. W. Baton of.Folks- I ters, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt of r
organization
rights
New York shaped up Saturday pending legal suits, 1 and 'Goldwater did; Johnson took, no Air po r t read- Chicago Kansas City 71 IS 64 63 .13 ton, Ga., and Mrs. Mary Un- Hampton, Mrs. Annie Turlington !
as Democrat Robert F. Kennedy acquisition and discussions togs Saturday: High 89 at 1 Denver 7S 42 More About derwood of Gainesville. Joe
I .part in integration moves in Texas Worth 82 72 .06 of Jacksonville and Mrs.
against Republican incumbent about personalities. while Goldwater integrated ,.m., low 72 at 4-6 a.m. RainFt.Los Angeles 85 62 Pallbearers will be: David Sparkman of Gainesyille; and
Kenneth B. Keating. However, the right to hold a fall .17 inches. Seattle 79 U Cannon, Emory Batton Jr., Larry .
his store Roosevelt eight grandchildren.
Mayor Robert F. Wagner of so-called executive session or I wrote.department Cleo Murrow, Thomas Pierson, Pallbearers will be: Law- ,

New York, the state's leading secret meeting has never been Demory Lloyd and Gary Houghall McGlynn, Robert Harvey, I II
Democrat, endorsed Kennedy recognized by statute, by decision More About Mr. Murrow's nephews. I rence J. ,M.-Weif .EhiG
J. L. Barnes, ,
Friday.The of any Florida court, or by More[ AboutHolley i
Dr. Jim Wei
attorney general, :>8, who. opinions of the state attorney Platform From Page 1 lip Goodbred, -" -* \
lives in Virginia and:"'>otes Iri general. ,/ More About man.
Massachusetts expected to hurricane, whirled toward i if. ::: f.

come to New York early this From Page 1 The Guardsmen were airliftedin JOHLROflTS .
week to announce his candidaCy More AboutUCE 23 planes to MacDill Air UtilitiesFrom Funeral services will be tomorrow -

I He reportedly already has From Page Ito nating 22,000 government workers crease in the tactical nuclear Force Base in Tampa, Fla. at 10 a.m.. for JThE .

I : selected top campaign aides anda in the past fiscal year. strength in Western Europe.It Gov. Luis Munoz Marin of Ephriam Roberts, .85,.wjiojdied.! 1.1

public relations agency. Florida only because of the -Achieving the "greatest civ- claimed a 75 per cent in- Puerto Rico called an emergency Page .1 Friday at the} Gainesville Nursing )

Wagner's endorsement practically one party system here; and il[ rights measure in the historyof crease in airlift capacity, a 100 Cabinet meeting to arrangefor Home following an extended

c assured Kennedy of the From Page 1 Democrats who may vote a the American people," called per cent increase in naval shipbuilding precautions, including evac- service request along with other illness. --.1 :
nomination at the state Demo- straight Republican slate because -I by the platform writers a "land- a 45 per cent increase 'uation of low lying coastal matters. Mr. Roberts a_ retired jgr&eery

cratic convention Sept 1. Ken- ecretary of the. University ofl thev favor Reoublican mark of democracy." in the number of combatreadyArmy !areas. The next step is for Eidsnessto store operator, was.. born.
1_"1 ...;.. .. .1.." "n ..i n., .Tnt'........ ; I 1879 in Mason CatyrIowa.
nedy is expected to delay his 4 AU" .A UMaIUQLVL I nominee--Bar.y' Goldwater over The real platform the divisions, and an tOO per "Cleo is a dangerous hurri- come back to the commis- May 22, .Alachua
resignation as attorney general The new division chairman is ]Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson. promises on which Democrats cent increase in the Special cane," the Weather Bureau at sion with a definite proposal fora [ He. iama.to. in :
until then. a 1958 honors graduate of theUniversity's O'Neal, who is himself a in the November such counterinsurgency County from Chicago, .Hl.w 1
registered -will campaign Forces trained for San Juan warned. "People in study, what it should include member or-the-
After the mayor's statement, School of Journalism i Democrat, put himselfin presidential election will be efforts as those of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and how it should be handled.If 1926. He was a .
Communications. is -
and He -
all but one of Kennedy's an- i the anti Burns category. issued Sunday, the Platform South Viet Nam. like Baptist Church.
of the Gainesville Kiwanis should complete preparations the commissioners will ..flffu(
secretary Fred Laughon
nounced droppedout. O'Neal named, as other prominent will include Dr.
challengers Committee said. It -
intercontinental
Club and a member of And the arsenal of this afternoon for the onsetof Edisness' proposal, they will services'at the Jones
Samuel S. members in the Holley date at
That one, Rep. the results of the 102-member missiles has :
the board of directors of the and Polaris dangerous winds, torrential tell him to go ahead. Funeral Home-Oapel!
from Am- here Dr. Harry find Johnson
Stratton, an upstater organization committee's effort to than
fewer "
boosted from
been .
Alachua chapter of the American rains and heavy seas. Eidsness, in talking with the Burial will be in Evergreen
Gordon
sterdam, has promised a floor Walker, finance chairman; -agreement on a civil rights 100 to more than 1,000, while here.
them h is
contends is Red Cross. Owen deputy treasurer, Neighboring Haiti was expected commissioners, told Cemetery.
fight. He Kennedy plank which will not split the manned bomber strength has
ineligible as a non resident. Corrick, 31, entered the U.S. and Bill Ewing, publicity chair- to get the same orders later. firm has worked for many Flo- Survivors include! one O"a.
Air Force after fromH. party. risen to 1,100, the statement an- He said his of Chicago,
graduation man. All are Republicans. Committee sources forecast nounced. Cleo, a tightly knit but extremely rida communities. John E. Roberts
B. Plant High School in Tam from his experience Charles S Roberts -
P'ills Holley, is currently servinghis but a floor fight at nextweek's dangerous hurricane, suggestions spring 111' one brother,
success
;
Matthews pa and served two years in second term in the Florida; convention remains a whirled directly over the seven in helping cities ease of Fort Lauderdalcf; and

Japan as an air operations House of Representatives.He I Charger oluan islands of the Guadeloupe group their growing pains. His firmis lone sister, Mrs. Eva Ellstromof

1\ Rotary Talk supervisor He later was as- was born Jacksonville and i possibility.The statement cited during the early afternoon. Black, Crow and Eidsness. Ambler, Pa, ..
prefatory .
signed to Pinecastle Air Force attended school in Ocala. In
1 public item by item, the Democratic ShootingOf LILLIAN SWIFT-
U. S. Rep. D. Base. In 1942 when he was 17 .: I)4'
years
t R. (Billy) Mat- In 1958 he became an admin i old, he enlisted in the Navy. Later platform pledges of 1960, and I. HusbandA .9 t-i :: ', j.1 .' Funeral services will be at 10
what the Lillian
with :
each tomorrow"foVMrs"
thews will be istrative assistant to the uni- he attended Duke Universityin coupled a.m.
l alumni association and committee described as the actual .9 fte 82 who died yesterday
S. versity Swift ,
: the guest speaker North Carolina and the Uni- Gainesville woman was d' R. ,
at Tuesday'sluncheon in 1960 was named assistant accomplishment."The at Alachua General Hospi!
I L I meeting I editor of Health Center Relations versity Married of to Florida.the former Natalie time has come for the transferred Friday to county 'tt \ tal. .. .
<
here. to measure our performance jail an assault with intent to lived at-2243
of the Rotary .- Blanche Smith of people on Mrs. Swift who
f Birmingham
Club at the I He also is a member of Al- Ala., he has fourchildren.-. against our pledges," the murder charge arising out of NW 5th Place, 'was. born Uov.

Holiday Inn. pha Delta Sigma advertising first-installment statement said. the Aug. 15 shooting of her hus- r; ; : 21, 1881 in Raphine, Va.and
I Rep. Matthews fraternity and the American "We welcome the comparison -band. moved to Alachua County 14
t will talk College of Public Relations As- Unveiling RiteAn ; we seek it. She was' the widowof
on the roles of Matthewsthe sociation.He "For the record is one of four Mrs. Elizabeth Banks Jce, 28, years ago. Granville R. Swift,

federal government and and his wife, Jo, have two I unveiling ceremony will years of unrelenting effort and of 1014 SE 7th Ave., was charged who the died late in 1949. Mrs. Swift

I state government He will also children, Cathy, 7, 'and Dennis,! be held for Mrs. Annie Mazo unprecedented achievement in the shooting of her husband member of the Tirst
\ reView highlights of events off : 3. and live at 1310 N.E. 20th today at 11:30 a.m. at the Jew- not by a political party, but by a Willie James Joe Sr., at was a Church. I
their home. Both are Negroes. Presbyterian
the past year in Congress. Place. ish Cemetery on E. Univ. Ave. people."
i/ The declaration clearly was Gainesville Police, who I hadarrested Dr. U. S. Gordon will official

designed in part to rebut the the woman the same at services at the Williams J

1 Senate Takes BreatherIn Republican charges embodied day, as the shooting had with- Thomas Funeral Home ChapeJ.
in a full section of the GOP held a specific charge pendingher Burial will be in' Mt. Car mel

I platform of "weakness before husband's struggle-- to stay Cemetery in.Raphine; Var :
communism," erosion of Allied alive. Survivors include: one, da gfier -

BattleWASHINGTON unity, vacillation abroad and. Joe, with bullet wounds in the Mrs. Charles Durian 61
Apportionment mismanagement at home. leg and stomach, remained on Gainesville; and two grand-

But the bulky Democratic Alachua General's critical list children. ,
statement showed evidence of for several days. A spokesmanlast Fz4b, The family requests that
The The understand that J iield of Montana at Dirksen's
AP justices
( ) hasty preparation. Some of the night said he is still listedas flowers be omitted for the I
Senate has nine days to cool off if they did, Long said, the 4 iemand. platform writers complained of serious, but is now improving. Gainesville services.Gainesville. tI
from a blazing row over state President "might send a squadof Thurmond, supported by omissions in the secticns on .

legislative apportionment dur- Marines down there and put 1 Long, stirred up a new fury by a. education, immigration. the
ing which'one Southerner called J parliamentary maneuver de United Nations and other topics: I Sun
the Supreme Court justices the screwballs in jail. :signed to force the Senate to act The complainers were as- Bike Rider, L !
"screwballs." Thurmond chimed in that I on a much stronger, House-. could submit Published evenVv7Sorurdoy .xCtf',
proposed or"-
sured they Sunday "
Just before it recessed Fridayfor "the country might be better off ..passed bill which would strip I additions up to Sunday Car Collide ing by ,the and Gainesville? Pub

the Democratic National if he did." the federal courts of jurisdictior l night. There was every indica- lishinq Comocny ot 101.Sf'Flonek..

Convention, liberal Northern The two Southerners got into I over state apportionment cases. tion, therefore, that the 94-page A 13-year-old boy was reported .. ... .; 2nd Place. GaiflCsv1l second l cJau
.
Democrats and Southern 'criticsof hot exchanges with Sens. Paul :He blocked sending the bill tc I "preamble" will be even longer in good condition at Alachua or ,.-r'-'I'___ "'''_4 and matter entered ot the os PSt OfIIC9 at.
the court clashed over court- .H. Douglas of Illinois and William -the Judiciary* Committee and l before the convention delegates General Hospital last night after Gainesville- FJoi'8a.CIRCULATIONRATIS.

ordered reapportionment of :. Proxmire of Wisconsin, planned to fight, when Congresj; receive it colliding with a car Friday ? BY :
both houses of state legislatures II.two leaders of a Democratic liberal returns Aug. 31, to place the bill! The. statement stressed the while riding a bicycle. Cowboy Trainee CARRIER OR MAIL -

on a population basis. filibuster against a proposal on the calendar where it could l "peace, preparedness and pros I. Alachua General Hospital reported I W,.k .45 -:;
Sens. Strom Thurmond, D- that would add a rider to be motioned up by a majority, perity" theme which President Walter Patrick, 13, of Deputy Sheriff John Kuyk ndaU takes Jim Wilcox 3 Mw. $5.85 ::

S.C., and Russell B. Long, I)-the foreign aid bill to delay vote. Johnson has indicated will be Rt. 2, in good condition with a III for a ride at the Gainesville Shopping Center i An!! mall inscriptions must ,

La., charged the tribunal was reapportionment for as much as This was the same parliamentary his campaign cry. dislocated hand. Gainesville Po yesterday. Although Kuykendall is astride his full- be paid-in advance. Bureau :of:

trying to usurp legislative au two years. device used by Mansfield! I It reported a 150 per cent increase lice reported he ran a stop signat grown horse, the Alachua County Sheriff's OL'va I Circu. Member fation., of Audit : '_
d thority.At The proposal has been offeredas and Dirksen to force action 01 I In the number of nuclear the. intersection of SW 6th also had seven ponies for free rides for children. It her*)* is- ,
contained
one point, Long shouted a compromise by the Senate the civil rights bill agains t warheads and a 200 per cent in- Ave. and 3rd St. and was hit was part of the Sheriff's Office promotion of libels tile All material property rt the GalMsvlll.-

that the court "never tried to leaders of both parties, Republican -which the Southerners conduct crease in total nuclear power by a car driven by George to the annual Quarter-horse show to be held here Publishing Comply IntIoI.1 1to .. or Cd In 1'-part

usurp the President out of his Everett M. Dirksen of IllinoiS ed a long' but unsuccessful fill- available to the strategic alert Townsend, 39, of 1241 NW 7th Sept. 56. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilcox Reproduction strICtlY. orbwd.of the without bllstl.t tN.rmlsslea :-
!!
Job." and Democrat Mike Mans- .buster this summer. forces, and a 60 per cent in-., Ave. No charges were filed. .Jr., of 20 NW 25lh St. < -...-:- :!rt! ,
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Ii FRANK CAREY I Opinions are being voiced the new civil rights law even'tals and other facilities.. Nov. 1. The ruling was that any mission to patients or hospital spect to the privilege of professional -have a ward within the hospitalthat
WASHINGTON (AP) The,both from within and outside when they receive no financial I Since 1947 Congress has 'appropriated -hospital accepting Hill-Burton staff privileges to physiciansand practice in the facility." would have only Negroes.
federal governmenthas taken I government circles that a assistance from the federal gov annually from $65 construction funds must open its dentists. Dr. Harald M. Graning, an assistant "Under the new regulations,
broad' steps to assure .against I U.S. Supreme Court ruling ernment. million to $220 million for this staff and facilities to everyone, Right after the decision was surgeon general of the all portions of the entire facility
any racial discrimination which prompted the new action! The Hill-Burton program, en- purpose. Appropriations are distributed [regardless of race. handed down and before the U.S. Public Health Service tolda the old part as well as the
!I "from bere out" -'in privateorpublic I regarding institutions supported I acted into law in 1946, is the to the states and terri This case, now known as the Supreme Court had made its reporter that, aside from the newly constructed one must
1 nonprofit hospitals accepting by the Hill-Burton Act may: brainchild of Sen. Lister Hill, D- tories according to a statutory "Simkins" case involved two ruling Secretary Anthony striking of the separate but be open to all."
fl I J federal funds. have far-reaching impact on Ala., and former Sen. Harold formula based on populationand hospitals in Greensboro, N.C. Celebrezze of the Health, Education -equal clause from the regulations But Dr. Graning said "thereis
However, the new and many other hospitals. Burton, R-Ohio. relative per capital income.As the Moses H. Cone Memorial and Welfare Department the revisions strengthenthe nothing retroactive" about
strengthened regulations are not __ Some hospital authorities say Under the program, federal the basis of action already Hospital and the Wesley Long directed that no further "sepa antidiscrimination provi- the new regulations.
I 1 retroactive. and affect only it's conceivable that, aside from grants or loans are made avail- taken by the federal govern- Community Hospital.A rate but equal" facilities be ap sions of the Hill-Burton law In, "They apply only" he said
.1 .1 hospitals. :which .received funds the Hill-Burton matter, certain able to assist in constructingand ment regarding Hill-Brown hose group of Negroes, including proved. His department admin-. this way: I "to hospitals we give assistanceto
II, since March 2 or will receive private nonprofit hospitals equipping needed public pitals is a ruling of a U.S. Circuit physicians, dentists and pa- isters the Hill-Burton law. In the past, the only assure from here on out that is,
theai.in the future. I might fall within the purview of and voluntary nonprofit hospi.It Court of Appeals, made lastas tients, brought the suit against But, following the SupremeCourt's ance required of applicants beginning with March 2, the
I ;, other than those applying under date of the Supreme Court's ac
I th e: hospitals with the: aid ui th e: action, the Hill-Burton
1 National Association for the Advancement regulations were further revised the separate but.. .. equal clause- tion."
It I I Communists Mourn Leader of Colored People's =":' striking; out the separate but was one providing wr me admission However as tcgards admission -
B Italy legal defense and educational:equal clause, and including the of patients without of patients, be said this:
fund. The U.S. Department of following statement: discrimination as to race, creed: "The only hospitals that do

t ROME (AP) Hammer and) Longo, 64, will hold the lead a strong Stalinist. He re- Kremlin's} side. Alicata is rated justice intervened on behalf of "Before a construction application or color. I not have to admit Negroes are
( sickle banners hung at half! ership of the West's largest portedly favored the Chinese as a moderate in the ideologicalover the fund. I is recommended by 'a "There was no assurance in the very few that were built as'white'
"
staff this weekend outside Communist the Russians until Togliatti dispute while Amendola favors The majority opinion of the state agency for approval, the the past, he said, "that professional hospitals under the sep
.t k Communist party until a national staff would be admitted arate but equal clause. And the
party offices throughout persuaded him to come to the more autonomy from Moscow. court said the "separate but state agency shall obtain assure
A Italy while the party faithful party convention is calledto equal" clause in the Hill-Burton ance from the applicant that without discrimination. Neitherwas separate but equal projects con
I mourned their veteran leader, elect Togliatti's successor. law was a violation of both the all portions and services of the there assurance against stitute less than one per cent of
Palmiro Togliatti. I Longo, a stocky, peasant-born Bust Up Stilk OnePerDayTALLAHASSEE 5th and 14th Amendments to the entire facility for the construc- I segregation within the facility it the hospitals to which we have
Togliatti, 71, died Friday in: revolutionary, has the inside U.S. Constitution. Those amend tion of which, or in connectionwith 'self. For example, under the old given" assistance under the
Yalta, eight days after suffer II track. But he may face challenges (AP) The destroyed, 1,283 gallons o! ments provide that no person which, aid under the federal -regulations a hospital could law.
ing a stroke while vacation from some of Italy's State Beverage Department put moonshine poured out, 215 per shall be deprived of life, libertyor act is sought will be made
{Il 14 ing in the Soviet Crimea. I I younger Communist leaders. illegal whisky stills out of operation sons arrested and 28 vehicles property, without due processof available without discriminationon BAKE SALE
GOLDWATER
His body was flown back to Among the top contenders are at the rate of one a day seized.In law. account of race, creed or color -
1" Rome from the Soviet Union ace Mario Alicata, 46, director of in Jul the same report, be said The court also held that a hOSe ; and that no professionally Friday August! 28th, 1:00 p.m. at Goldwater Headquarters LL.
.'I r j companied by the party's pro- the party organ L'Unita, and y. $10 million was collected from pital constructed with HillBurton -qualified person will be discriminated of Courthouse. These interested in contributing baked item
f visional chieftain Luigi Longo, Giorgio Amendola, 56, Naples. State Beverage Director Rich cigarettes and alcoholic beverage aid may not, on account of against on account of please call FR 6-6690 as soon as possible and leave name and
,,|j Togliatti's ,deputy. Longo once had a reputation ard Keating said 31 stills were taxes. race or color, deny hospital ad race creed or color with: re-j number. You will be contacted.

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Mrs.: Liice .FOLLOWING White. IJelegatknsl t


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E Available The Campaign e ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) There was no formal contest Democrats, told the hushed I been the only Democratic party I

In a packed hearing room, involving Alabama, but the del- room a story she had previously in Mississippi for.100 years and

NEW YORK (AP) Clan the Democratic National Con.vention' egation's right to be seated was related-how she had lost her only t\\1ce'Ja bailed!1 to carry

,, Boothe Luce, saying that Sen. 'Credentials Committee challenged because the state'spresidential job on a plantation because she the state for the"national ticket.
heard Saturday the and electors not registered to vote, how she and 'said
Barry Goldwater needs an advocate pros are They the-regular party ..
f in the New York Senate: Johnson Tells Governors cons-at times dramatic and pledged to support the convene others had been taken from a delegation had :been chosen in

race, declared herself availablefor emotional of challenges to the tion nominees.As bus and beaten by policemenand strict accordance with ruMs and

the Conservative Party nomination seating of all-white delegationsfrom the hearings proceeded others. regulations, that Negroes had
Mississippi and Alabama. there was talk around Convention -i want participated in the precinct con
because
Saturday night, the party "All this is we
.announced.Mrs. : His Path Is Peace Path Most of the drama came dUr- Hall of finding solutions to register, because we want to ventions but none had been a
ing the in the Mississippi delegate to the state convention.
Luce would oppose Republican arguments which would prevent any floor be free," she said. "If we are ;'
Sen. .Kenneth B. Keat case. A predominately fight from breaking out Monday not seated, then is this the homeof They also said that the state

ing, who has so far refused tc By FRANK CORMIER 'onal' convention in Atlantic as Secretary of State Dean ,Negro group from that state night when the committee reports the free?" convention had adopted a reso
,seeks to be seated in place of to the convention, and lution promising that nomineesof
endorse Goldwater and the City, N.J.Absent. Rusk, were invited to '
? come the Roy E. Wilkins of the National
WASHINGTON) Presi all-white regular group. avoid any possibility of a walk- the convention would be e
probable Democratic nominee back for dinner with their
were Govs. George C. Association For the Advance-
out of the Southern placed on the election ballot.
dent Johnson said Saturday he Nationally known lead- by any
Gen. Robert F. wives. Except for Govs. FrankG. Negro
Atty.
Kennedy.J. Wallace of Alabama, Orval E. ment of Colored People, Dr. contended the .
Rauh
does not believe Americans ir ers took the stand and groups. convention -
Daniel state Clement of Tennessee and pleadedfor l k:
I Mahoney, Faubus of Arkansas, Paul B. Martin Luther King, Jr., chairman
to have another
chairman of the Conservative this election year want "to risk Johnson Jr. of Mississippi, and Grant Sawyer of Nevada, all accepted recognition of the Negro One report was that both the of the Southern Christian planned I
session next month and endorsethe I
Party, announced Mrs. Luce's war or to gamble with peace"by John McKeithen of Louisiana. the invitations to dine group. Alabama and Mississippi regu- Leadership Conference, and ...
nominee Arizona
decision in a news release. turning from his administration's If those who attended hoped to with the President and Mrs. Spokesmen for the all-white lar delegations would be seated James Farmer, head of the Sen.Republican Barry Goldwater.Mrs. .
d Neither Mrs. Luce Mahoney course. Johnson. delegation replied that the Free- and that the Mississippi Free- all
nor of Racial Equality
got any clue from the chief executive Congress Virna Canson, a Negro
dom Democrats would be
given
could be reached immediately Speaking to Democratic governors about his choice for a Wives accompanied all the dom party is a "rump group" pleaded that the Negro group be cor 'ttee member from Sacra- I

for further comment.Mrs. in the White House East', vice presidential running mate, Governors except William! E. formed by nonresidents of Mis- recognition by having a place on seated. memo, Calif., asked Collins if he I
the convention floor.
Luce, playwright wife of Room, Johnson made one of his they were disappointed by his Eagan of Alaska, John A. Burnsof sissippi and that many of its organizers Rauh, however, said he doubted i I The case for the Mississippi were a member of the Ku Klux I 1I 1
the editorial chairman of Tune "have records of affiliation -
sharpest political appeals yet public remarks.It Hawaii, and Albert D. Roselini this would be acceptable to regular Democratic party was Klan. I
and Life magazines is a former when he told them and a national was learned later that the of Washington.In organizations.with" Communist-front the Freedom Democrats.Mrs. presented by Collins and by Ru- Collins replied that he was not

Republican congress woman television-radio audience: President wasn't much more informative talking about redemption of Fannie Lou Hamer of ble Griffin, assistant attorney and added that he did not have

from Connecticut and former "Others believe and others in his closed session his pledge to continue Kennedy The Credentials Committee Ruleville, Miss., vice chairmanof general of Mississippi.Their Mme to waste on trying to understand
'I ambassador to Italy during the may delayed all decisions until Sun-
Eisenhower administration. may say that the people of with the governors. Gov. Carl programs, Johnson said his ad- the Mississippi Freedom party, they said, has such organizations. '
Sanders of told ministration had kept the ,
Georgia news- peace day.As
She made nominating America want to pursue some of their the r 1
a mounted wid- part case, :
men Johnson said he still has no expeditions e
speech for Goldwater at the San other way, but I do not and I Freedom Democrats presented :
several men under consideration ened no wars and given an appropriate ?
Francisco convention, and is cochairman cannot agree. and expects to announce his response to sggres- several Negro witnesses who What is MimeoPrinting

of the National Citizens "I do not believe the peopleof decision early next week. told of being beaten in their efforts -
for Goldwater Committee. this want to turn sion.He to register and vote in Mis-j MimeoPrinting is a method that can Then put these stencils on the Bohn
r cquntry The Democrats said the administrationhas
to nomi-
There were reports that Gold- aside from this course of sure are sissippi. save 50% or more on many printing Rex-Rotary D-490 MimeoPrinter that
nate both and been marked by 43 monthsof
water telephoned Mrs. Luce success to risk war or to president on president vice the longest and the largest Another witness was Rita I jobs. works like a printing press, uses twin

earlier last week and tried to gamble with peace to place Wednesday. economic gains in history. Schwerner of New York widow The new Electro-Rex electronic cylinders and paste ink. It never leaks
: her not to enter the Johnson made only one refer- of of the three civil I
rights
persuade in their one stencil cutter makes a stencil from any
their prosperity peril or stays clean, is always ready for use. A
And he said the most
she would ence to the convention in his produc- workers slain
:Senate race for fear in doubt to this summer near original or from a paste-up layout including -
well-being reopen
hurt Keating. old questions that are now resolved -brief formal speech. Saying that tive Congress in decades has Philadelphia.When photographs, drawings art- single stencil can turn out 10,000copies ,.

I = While Keating is running Independently or to fail to face new the delegates would make the "found answers to the problemsthat Mrs. Schwerner was work and type. You can make stencils of excellent quality.Jobs .

I of the national ticket questions that are now im decisions, he added that it is his have troubled and perplexed" called by Joseph L. Rauh Jr., of catalog sheets, brochures, mailers you are having printed outside
The is supported by both the state hope and expectation they will generations. Washington attorney and office forms. be Mimeo-
posed. at great expense can now
'and national GOP organizations. pledge the Democratic party to Speaking of the future and its spokesman for the Freedom

: Goldwater reportedly told The chief executive began by the promotion and defense of opportunities and obligations, he party, E.K. Collins, Mississippi I MLSPPWI Printed internally.

Mrs. Luce that he believed that recalling that nine months ago freedom and peace for the Unit- said one of the challenges of today national committeeman, objected -, Just Phone FR 2.3411MoAN
"all Republicans would be sup- Saturday almost to the every ed States and for all nations. growing out of "America's that she was not from Mississippi -j .

porting the national ticket before hour he became President I He made no direct referencesto new position in the worM is to and not familiar with the : .

the campaign was over. i upon the assassination of JohnF. the new civil rights law but practice a new policy of public election laws and general situa,I x

I Before the recent GOP unity Kennedy. did say that "we have a duty: service and a new kind and tion.

-conference in Hershey, Pa., had wherever we serve" to maintain character of partisanship." I However, Chairman David L.I
he
that -
"Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of Recalling promised respect for law and orderan "Isms will not make peace Lawrence of the Credentials!
; New York met with Goldwater at the time to ('OutinueKennedy's apparent reference to outbreaksof more secure," he said. Committee permitted her and
said
work, Johnson
and urged him to use his in- racial violence. The time has come for public other non-Mississippians to tes .
fluence to prevent the Conservatives he believes that by the time The 30 governors who attended servants to be just that, servingthe tify. He observed that the com- "SERVING CENTRAL FLORIDA SINCE 1935"Complete :

I from running a candidate Congress adjourns, it can be the afternoon session with people, he said, bringmg the mittee members could judge for Line of Office Supplies Open All Day Saturday
last November
of
'I against Keating.The said "that pledge redeemed." Johnson, and got briefings from people of the nation together in- themselves what was relevantto 901.903 N. MAIN ST. For Your Shopping Convenience. .,

Conservative Party, has been such- administration- luminaries .stead of dividing them the issues. : ______'.__:-X -- I I'uINnuli
which operates only in New Listening intently to Johnson's :=. :

York, split off from the Republl- words from a second-row seat in '' lURIRURE lURNI1URE FURNITURE ox FURNITURE lURNITURE (ay FURNITURE a.r FURNITt+i, FURNITrRE ox fURNITURE :

cans several years ago, protesting the big room was Gov. John B.

what it called the liberalismof Connally of Texas, who\ was I Carefree Modern Dinettes Summer Furniture w r
Rockefeller and Sens. Keat gravely wounded during the asassinatfon .
f ing and Jacob Javits. of Kennedy. I $ 79.95 Plastic top table $ 69.95 Wrought Iron glass MQ 95

Mrs. Luce, in the statement with scroll design 59" top dinette . 1f
{ said Thirty of the nation's thirty- and 6 chairs. .
released by Mahoney, :
"I am still hopeful, as is the four Democratic governors ac.cepted Ulat LAST 99.95 Woodgrain plastic 79.95 Wrought Iron 49 95 i

Conservative Party state lead- invitations to meet with 3E top table and chaise lounge. .

ership, that unity will be Johnson just two days before 6 chairs . 7995
achieved behind the Goldwater- the opening of the party's na- WEEKof 229.00 Wrought Iron settee,

Miller ticket in New York, but it i 149.95 Round pedestal 1 table chair end table

is clear that this has not yet oc-: with woo<:fgroin i top 11995 coffee table. . 17995 i
I curred. i Police, Fire our and 4 swivel chairs. ....

"As' matters now stand, Sen.i -0. 397.00 Glass_ top table with '254.00 Rattan_ 5-pc. group--. "
Goldwater will enter this crucial bE ._ solid walnut base 00 u Driftwood or 95. z

presidential race without an advocate ReportAccident .... & 4 chairs by Craft 199 I natural finishes 199. _

for his cause at the sena- ; .

I I torial level in the New York Roundup t t

campaign. Involved in accidents report-
"Under these circumstances,
j cd by the Gainesville Police Department : AUGUST.SALE
I have determined that I can
\ and Alachua County
best serve the interests of Gold : .1
water-Miller victory in New Sheriff's Office in the past 36

I York and the nation by hours were: -- -

declaring my availability for Acie Jenkins, Rt. 3, and James Mattresses and -
the Conservative Party nomination Burney Jr., 605 NW 8th' Beautiful Sofas and Suites -- ::;

for the United States Sen- Ave., at NW 10th Ter. near 6th, Box
ate." St. at 1:50 a.m yesterday. W rr $239.00 modem sofa with built- SprIngs'i'
( The Conservatives will nominate in end tables solid $ !95 == Z
a candidate at a state con- Luther C. Gracy, 314 NE 4th = walnut front rail . 149 $ 79.95 E. B. Malone foam 5995 5

: vention Aug. 31 in Saratoga Ave., and Curtis F. Beach, 1232 er rubber twin set. . .
199.00 Modern, "
sofa and
Springs. NW 30th Ave., in the first blockE. 12998 119.00 E. B. Malone quilted
matching chair . 7995
Univ.. Ave. at 8:52: ajn. yes- Here is an exciting opportunity mattress and box spring.

terday. 398.00 Skirted Traditional 59.95 Simmons twin size \
25995
: Negro Emmis L. Purvis, 1424 NE S. sectional. . ,. to earn substantial -M,. quilted mattress. . 3995

Leaders In 7th Ter., and John R. Evans, r 395.00 Italian Provincial 27995 savings on fine 189.00 E. B. Malone King size e

: 426 SE 13th Ter., at SE 7th z Sofa. . . . quality furniture, carpet- foam rubber beddingcombination 14900, z

Ave. and 10th St. at 7:45 a.m. . ?
ConventionGOP 279.00 Solid Oak settee chairand ing and bedding from M
w yesterday. set of 3 tables Simmons _

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Ne- James C. Joseph, 1006 NW by Fox. . . . 21995 the nations: I leadingmakers i Double Duty Sofas i 'J-

: avowedly determined to have 31st Ave., and a city owned 199.002pc.. Early American Many items just

more say-so in what the party station wagon driven by Gaines- W' sectional . . 13995 received have been included $119.00 Simmons Danishsofabed 9995 i e
: does, opened a two-day conven- ville Police Officer G. C. Ben- . . .
tion Saturday in absolute secre- ton at 4551 NW 6th St. at 1:15 239.00 French Provincial 17995 in this sale. This 239.50 : t
: Sofa . . . Simmons Colonial 19900, c
cy. a.m. yesterday. is the last week of Cox'sAugust wing Hide-A-Bed. .
Z After indicating that two 269.00 Maxwell-Royal Colonial '
Jo Strowder, Alachua,
I luncheon sessions and a meeting and Betty Nathaniel Jackson, 2007 NE sofa . . . 19995 sale so come in 299.00 Simmons Contemporary no ft,,95 '
e Hide-A-Bed . . ZO7 \
would be to
t" Saturday night open 8th Ave., a bicycle rider, at NE 249.00 Maple I settee, chair and 95 before the reduced tags
Z news media, the temporary offi- 8tH Ave. and 22nd Ter. at 6:11 ,r set of 3 tables by Fox. 199 taken off.Save 339.00 Simmons Traditional ,,95 \ / :
'. cers of the group imposed a Friday. are Hide-A-Bed. . 269
;\., Z news blackout that extended to p.m. z Z

if. the taking of pictures. Florence S. Paige, 501 SE 12th 149.00 Colonial Love Seat. 9995 Luxurious Bedroom Suites A l

I A newsman already seated at Ter., and John G. Shelton, 1216 up to ?

: the luncheon gathering was told SW 2nd Palce, at NW 3rd Ave. $159.00 French Provincial antique Ge

) to leave, and an announcement and 10th St. at 7:08 p.m. Friday white: double dresser, I

1 T then was made from the speak- 40rrl __ mirror and panel tied,$1199S'1

table that "if anyone else 289.00 Thomasvjlle: dresser c
T ers' James R. Bragg, Hawthorne, JIll
here has any reportial connection -and Dorothy J. Posey, 608 NW mirror and king size 19900-
z
bed.
1 of any kind will he please 24th Ave., in the 2100 block of i .
588.95 French Provincial i =
t himself. pecan
2 remove NW 6th St. at 6:44: pjn. Fri- 5Pc. bedroom
with
: Fleming, New Jersey 00: ,
=T George insurance executive; John day. cane bed. . . 399

Clay Philadelphia lawyer; and Adrian A. Lynch, Thomas Hotel t ::___ ; r 354.85 Broyhill Forward '70
Cook 937 SE S. yz dresser twin mirrors, ??' -;"
William Young Pennsylvania and Ethel P. OZ.ft
lot at T1 \ Beautiful Dining Room bed and night stand. jCU7 _,
in parking
) Z secretary of labor and industry 9th Place, a 129.00 Economy double
dresser
6th SU at 4:10 Fri- z : Suite .
convention
top men at the 100 NW p.m. S mirror, chest and bed. 9995. ..
I I" said all meetings will be closed, doy. .. Chairs, Rockers and Recliners i $229.75 Williams Oak 169.00 Danish style double ...
, made to the public pedestal
no
statements dresser
Melrose and mirror
,
Irene V. Ford, ; sion exten1499S 95 ,
1 and no interviews or pic- 10th 599S c h" bed. . 129
. : ture-taking permitted until 4 James D. Temes, 1049 NE d $ 98.95 Berkline recliner.. . 4 chairs . -
Place, at 400 N. Main St. at ; 129.95 Plastic I top .,,
p.m. Sunday. A news conference Friday. = 59.95 Modem Occasional ,. maple woo Nortlicentral Florida's <

: has been scheduled for that 2:22! pjn. Chair. . . . 3995 grain table d8995 Z
; time. George Townsend 1241 NW z ,4. 4 mates chairs.i Largest Furniture> Store

i 1 "We appreciate the interest of 7th Ave. and Walter Patrick, .!. 139.00 High Back Chair and 7995 s 166.95 Modem exten- .
Ottoman . . sion table I by
f t the press in what we'are trying Rt 2, at SW 3rd St. and 6th Basset and 4 11995 Up To 36lfos.To'.Jay

: to do," said a spokesman, "and Ave. at 10:53 ajn. Friday. t side chairs. .

t' ? we are not trying to cover up on 79,95 Tro ltloncrllounge chairs.. 3995 155.75 Modem Walnut -
HelenK.
Rt 2,
anything or the news in Luther M. Goode, round table r.
: manage
1100 NE 13th Place, at 199.00 Barcalounger and 4 side 11995
t Betz, reclining
I ; ,any way. 14995 chairs.j . .. 2
: "But there are delicate as- N. Main St. and 16th Ave. at chair . . . "furniture City"z

pects to the situation, and the 8:06 a.m. Friday. -. NO CARRYING 1001 Wonderful Buys

l ," leaders feel that it would be un- Fire Calls MANY CHARGES
MORE UNLISTED VALUES
wise to allow a piecemeal report 1 OPEN- MONDAY AND ON OUR

: i of the convention. They believe At 9:35 a.m. yesterday, small SORRY NO EXCHANGES FRI. NITES 'TIL 9 90 DAY 19
S.E.
; cot in the concealment of news roofing fire on top of additionto 1st AYEr .

( but in ItsCoordination, and thatI power, plant addition unde PLAN _

'_ we cannot do until after all our construction at SE 4th St am LI 1RNtNRE FURNnuuUINflURE H IFTN llnI FURNITURE FURNITURI a: FURNITUR
j meetings are over" 5th Ave 'UItNI1V rj
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SCHOOL'S The Peninsula Motor Club motorists to be on the alert for The club was joined locally in out the city. The local "School's bear in mind that thousands of larly true in our suburban time to help these children se-
I' (AAA) has announced the opening -I children traveling to and from the "crusade" by Sheriff Joe Open" program is part of the kindergarten and first grade:areas. The old, rural safety rule lect the safest route to school.
OPEN 'of its annual crusade asking school.Encephalitis. ,M. Crevasse, and Police Chief nationwide campaign by the children are part of the traf- -Walk on Left Facing Traffic Motorists must rememberthat
I W. D. Joiner. American Automobile Associa- flee stream for the first time. should be stressed with chil- regardless of the pre
tion and its affiliated clubs.A. "Many of these children will dren in these areas." cautions taken by others -they,
p J ., Kills New, colorful posters bearing Ridgely Jones, general be walking along streets and The AAA urges parents to as operators vehicles in traf-
"School's Open Drive Care;il- manager of the Peninsula Mo- highways where no sidewalks walk with their children who are fice, are never freed of responsibility -
ly" are being displayed through- tor Club, said: "Motorists must:are available. This is particu- attending school for the first .

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h DriveCarefully Houston \ YOUR BEST SELECTION NOW!


il .. HOUSTON, Tex., (AP) gists will make extensive collections I II
I Fourteen deaths have been at- of mosquitoes and some I
tributed to Houston's encephalitis birds to identify the carrier and II
outbreak and health officials source of the virus.1Iistakeii .
I
II warn the peak of the epidemicis
r Man Shot yet to come. Hunch v
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l'l'r Two deaths were attributed
r\\ In Fracas Friday to the sleeping sickness, Crashed Plane I e THE STORE WITH MORE
which is transmitted by mosquito GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
bites. 302 NORTH MAIN STREET ,
:,; A man who pushed his way LONDON (AP) The test-
into a home after a warning to Dr. C. A. Pigford, city health flight crash of a new British ..
.:. stay out was listed in fair condition officer, said more cases would I jetliner was due to a mistaken r
last night with a shotgun be reported and some deaths, I HOURS: 10 A.M.9 P.M
t, hunch on the part of the pilot, 1
would
wound in the chest. undoubtedly occur, but he
s
t Alachua General emphasized that "one's chancesof the manufacturers say. I
hospital reported -
I, .; < Lonnie Harris in fair getting the disease are very The British Aircraft Corp. said
I '-condition. Held for investigationof small." Friday the pilot of the twin jet Ii'
assault with intent to commit After a meeting of medicalmen had feared something was
: murder: was Joe Henry Wilson, Friday Dr. Pigford said: wrong during the flight so he'
-17, of 827 NE 16th Ter. Both Emergency facilities will released a safety parachutefrom i I Back ;to school
.-are Negroes. be set up at Baylor Universityto the plane's tail. The result -
( Gainesville Police Capt. R. T. provide prompt diagnoses; was a belly landing in a I \ 0
Angel said Harris was fighting' Entomologists and zoolo field, with no casualties. I
,( .on the street with Wilson's sis- in crisp
:ter when the youth separated a
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'. .the pair.
The girl went into her home,I: THE
i and Harris followed, despite the i I I cottons 1 i
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the:secretary of agriculture and 4. ,
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CONSCIENCEOF MAVLDIN- ON> THE RIGHT_ _



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SOUTHBy WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. 4

11 JOHN R. HARRISON, frtiident and
t PuUishtrj PAT COWLES. Vic f'*& r You have to hand it to Lyndon Johnson he will arrivein
Florida's Miff; E' JOHNSON Vw Prtildnt RALPH McGILL
Beautiful
.y Atlantic City with the Democratic Party not only under
and CxKutivt Iditvi W. G. (Ml 1) Pulpier Prue Winning rbliiBerOf
University City' }1' EftERSOLE Vice Presidtnt and A. U* AUuU. (Ga.) Confutation r.13 1 his control, but very glad to be there. The hold he has
vMlislnff Director BOB TARTACUONE
.,. the is in contrast to the hold that.
i Vita PrttMMt and Circulation Mall., over party interesting
An Old r--- a vt toSER Harry Truman had in the spring of 1948, when Democrats,

'. THE SUN'S POLICY G Rplv p from coast to coast were openly lamenting the fact that he

l t k! S I t, 55 rc was ever born, and Senator Claude Pepper was suggesting
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. (s0 tE 0.P4
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only I in-editorials. that the Democrats draft Dwight Eisenhower and "let..him

3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. .... write his own platform."
FamilyCustom .
i The Sun's telephones: All Department!-3728441Managing .. There was revolt in the air in 1948, and the opinion then

Want Ads-376-4672 was that Truman was not a big enough man to handle the
destiny of this country. Truman was renominated only be-

cause an incumbent President always is. If the delegateshad

been truly free to vote their desires, they'd have voted i
the News? for almost anyone else.

ATLANTIC CITY Tnt
YET JOHNSON, after only a few months in office, is not
The {pethod of releasing the reportof on the report was released. Democrats are in town. And, only unquestioned lord of all he surveys within his party,
as usual, a fight is in pro-
the Warren commission, which he has emerged as the man the Democrats would almost ;
spect. The Democratic Par-
has investigated all the facts and Rankin referred all questions about ty always has been one of surely vote for if they started now from scratch.;
aaVW II (J
circumstances in connection with the this proposed plan to President John- diverse elements. Its strengthhas L .rar.s w The only cloud on the horizon is the matter of whom to

assassination of President Kennedy, son's press secretary, who merely been that it fights but I"'01' Barry Probably Goes Around Leaving His Lights On." seat from Mississippi. Johnson is of course a compromiserby
unites. It Marse
should present no special problem said that it hadn't yet been determined was Henry nature and by training<<;
Watterson who first put into
.. for the administration, but it doesn't how the report would be released. the public domain a :bit: of and one can be sure that he
with both the
is in touch lily-
: seem to be working out that way. There seems to be little doubt, how doggerel about the fondnessof THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST white delegation and the pri-

I -.. ever, but that the plan Rankin men- Democrats for injerparty marily Negro delegation,

:; The report should be released by tioned is being considered.This rows and for criticism one probing for an area of com-
for another. The Kentuckian
:; President Johnson, to whom the re- wrote: promise.The .
LBJ
: port is being made, for publication proposed favoritism to one "Things have come to a Mystery of philosophical questionhas
to do with whether it is
at a specified date. The report, since publisher (or one group of publishers hell of a pass the business of national
a political
: it will be long and detailed, should ) has no advantages to the gov- When a man can't flog his convention to enforce
I own jackass." of secret knowledge which ing his own chances of vic
: be given in advance to all legitimate ernment or the public. Perhaps the 2foiu Murk minus democratic procedures within -
The Dem o c r atic Party may at any moment intervene tory.
: representatives of newspapers, magazines publisher would not benefit financially grew out of the clash be- By JAMES RESTON and the more effect The preference of the Dem- the individual states. No

a television and radio. he might turn any profits over tween the Hamiltonian philosophy WASHINGTONPresident ively from being in the nature ocratic P ar t is clear Democratic convention ever
Johnson is apparently deter- y refused to accredit the
pup-
to the government or to a foundationbut of privilege and class of a surprise .n enough. The Democ r atic
and Jefferson's philosophyof mined to stage-manage his pets sent to its meetings by

: However, J. Lee Rankin, chief nevertheless he would have Democratic principles anda choice of a vice presidential THIS, OF COURSE, is precisely county chairmen favor Hum- the great party bosses, Nash,

: Counsel for the Warren commission had special and favored treatment removal of class and pri- running mate right down to what Johnson has phrey. So do the Democratic Kelly, Pendergast, Di Sapio.

has revealed that there is some from the government.The the last act. members of the House and Bossism is all right; whatisn't
:: vilege. done. At one point cr another -
Senate. So do most of the
all right some peopleare
:[ thought of handling release of the He has soliloquized aboutit. he has "marked out" and Washington- ,
newspapers Is bossism basedon
THE INTER-PARTY fight- He has made a game of almost a dozen men and given saying,
:-report in an entirely-different manner plan under consideration is correspondents who have expressed color creed. It is
ing at the time of Andrew it, and now it is taking on nothing away, and even race, or
; than has been The most objectionable, however becauseit an opinion. And even Democratic
customary. Jackson's victory was savage some of the aspects of a mys- when he eliminated Robert stark clear that the -

plan is for the government to con- would amount to a government at- and bitter. His triumph was tery and even of a conspiracy. Kennedy, he turned that decision the men for who the have been from considered Party in Mississippidoesn't

tract with some publisher or publishers tempt to "manage" the release of a the culmination of long and For the latest rumor, into an elaborate cha- Adlai Stevenson job to Robert permit anything like

for printing the full report and news story. This effort would be relentless controversy and floated by one of the Presi- rade which disposed of many Kennedy and Gene McCarthy the free participation of Ne
between him and dent's closest friends, is that who had groes in its affairs; as, until
competition men never really
all its supporting data in book form. made, presumably, to get the full Henry Clay. the majority leader of the been considered in the first are agreed that very recently, it did permit

i story to the public. There' is no dan- The Grover Cleveland Senate, Mike Mansfield, will place.If Humphrey is the one man Republicans participation in
the who has
in
The publisher-presumably a firm ger that the public won't get the years also produced heated be chosen for the vice-pres- the purpose of all this now both earned the race job and is the State's affairs.

which prints books in paperbackform full story, but there is danger if the party differences. Those of idential nomination to make was to reserve something for qualified for the presidency.
Woodrow Wilson were even way for the more aggressiveSen. what promises to be a bor- THERE WILL be drama
in ad- into the
would get the report government gets practice of
more caloric. The Rooseveltand Hubert Humphrey of ing Democratic convention at next Monday, and next November
vance of news media. The book wouldbe trying to manage the release of news Truman years and Minnesota as Senate major- Atlantic City, it has worked ACCORDINGLY, it is not much of the South

available for the public to buy at -for propaganda or any other pur- those of John Kennedy and ity leader. This, of course but it has also contributed to quite accurate to say that it may in any case go for Gold-

the same time that the news story poses.Ir Lyndon Johnson were and adds to the President's tact- the atmosphere of political makes President no difference chooses. who May the b e water, but Johnson will a ail

t are, in the familiar pattern. ics of suspense, if nothing intrigue which troubles so through the days immediately -
that
the
pollsters are right
Mississippi and Alabamaare else. many people about this ad- ahead unperturbed.There .
nobody can help him, but
problems. ministration.Time is the disturbing aha-
\ It is not possible to speak IN THE PROCESS the Pres- and again, President dumping Humphrey after would dow of his great fortune and

for the governor of Mississippi. ident has disclosed nothing Johnson has said that he eliminating Kennedy what a formidable treasure
Voice of the People But belief persists that he about his choice but a great would pick a vice presidenton certainly hurt him. house it turns out to be. Life

; and others would like to support deal about himself. He loves the over-riding test of who For where Johnson has al- Magazine last week estimatedthe
I President Johnson and the intrigues of politics. He would make the best Presi- ways been weak with the fortune at $14 million. Be-

Ir to ask the Democrats of Mis- glories in the exercise of dent. He has been quite progressive, intellectual, and sides being a very great dealof

===0n The Sun's Opinion Page sissippi to do the same. Yet, power, and he has masteredthe frank in stating that in viewof youthful voters of the country scratch, it is an extraordinarily

his state has long been fana- art of making the simple his heart attack, this was is precisely where large sum of money to
obsessed with the complicated. his clear and simple duty Humphrey is strong, and have been accumulated dur-
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the V.!c. .f the People column. Letters tically these also the
ik must -.. signed and bear the writer's address. Names will bo withheld if requested. A letter should maintenance of the status "There can be no prestige but there has been nothing are people ing the 27 years when he was
not exceed 500 words and must be written en only ana side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The quo. The governor may sup- without mystery," says De very simple about the process who are most vocal in call- working full time, at modest,
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning; or port Senator Goldwater. Fora Gaulle in his study on politi- of making up his mind. ing for a vice president who salaries, for the governmentof

1 intent. generation Mississippianshave cal leadership. "In the designs can be a standin for the the United States.

Won't Help Print Barry Goldwater's philosophy from the grim old coupet by cultivated such a feel- the demeanor, and the HE HAS TALKED to liter- President. The President's denial was
is summed up on page Sir John Harrington (1561 ing of isolation from the mental operations of a leader ally hundreds of people about There have always been limp his accounting firm

+ Barry's Book 5 of the book you are aboutto 1612)): 'Treason doth never mainstream of America that there must always be a it. He has made an elaborate two kinds of presidents: gave his wealth as, a mere

I reprint. He writes, "T h e prosper What's the Reason? rational political action like- 'something which others study of the popularity Those who were uncomfortable 3.5 million by the simple expedient -

EDITOR, Sun: The only laws of God, and of nature For if it prosper, none dare ly is impossible.The cannot altogether fathom, polls to see which man would with the best qualifiedmen of giving the book

justification for the publication have no dateline. the chal- call it treason.' White Citizens Coun- which puzzles them stirs help or hurt him the mostin in the country at their value of the assets instead of

of a newspaper is that lenge is not to find new or "Mr. Stormer chairman of cils solidified their total con- them, and rivets their atten the race against Goldwater side, and those who were their sales value, fooling no
it provides its readers with different truths, but to learn the Missouri Federation of trol of the state's politics dur- tion." and Miller, but the polls uncomfortable if they didn't one.

news, that is, it reports whatis truths to the problems of the Young Republicans, dares to ing the past decade. Evenin No two leaders in the world have really told him nothing, have the best men in the
happening in the local contemporary world." Who call the Red conspiracy trea- the Truman years Missis- could be more different than except what he knew before, country at their side; those It is commonly suggestedthat the
businessman in
community the state, the nation gave Goldwater a pipelineto son, in spades. His bock is sippi bolted the Democratic Johnson and De' Gaulle, for namely, that Robert Kennedy who were afraid of superior the Bird whose
and the world. God and to nature? Fi- a fast-moving survey of Com- party to support Strom Thur- the latter believes in personal was not wildly popular in brains and energy and those family is Lady broadcaster ,
To increase their cIrcu- del Castro says he has sucha mun i s ts and Communist mond as a nominee. la 1960 remoteness and austerityof the South.In who were afraid to be with- green thumb as a makes her-
Adolph Hitler ideas at work in the United the electors cast their ballots out them. and landbuyer
lation by making the news- pipeline, speech, but in his handl- fact, all the polls have for this
responsible heady accumulation -
more "interesting" and claimed to have one, Khrus- States. for Virginia's Senator Byrd. ing of the vice presidential done is to demonstrate that President Johnson did not Thereare
paper of
"appealing" have hchev and Stalin all of the "Some we suppose, would decision President Johnson he is free to select the man pick most of his key associ- money.
added all kinds newspapers of "gimmicks" dictators and fanatics of the call the book a piece of extremism NOW IT IS 1964. There are has followed at least some of who could be the best Presi- ates; he inherited them, and those who will buy that

cartoons world have said they had the ; and maybe it does many wise and good eople De Gaulle's techniques."If dent in an emergency. Neither he has used them effectively version others who will remain
puzzles,
including
hundred a bit far in spots. But it in the state who know that skeptical. The f o rmer
the lovelorn indivisible one per go a is to influence Senator Humphrey nor and won their respect. But
advice to opin- one
should
immediately
cent truth directly revealedto is definitely on the American and advancing fu- for him. proposea
of columnists prosperous men's minds" De Gaulle Senator McCarthy of Minnesota this is changing
ion pieces criticism of books, pictures them by God and millionsof side, and it is making more ture is opening for the South- "one must observe them adds or detracts more Now he must make the most movement to name Mrs.
and says of Commerce
Johnson -
Secretary
died because Reds and "liberals" would like for
have scream east. They deci-
people
than his appointive
from
radio and television carefully and make it clear a point or two important
movies that she
in the
"
hope
fanatics. with pain week. to it. The ,
of these Mississippi join
every administration
Gold- sion of his ,
that each has been marked own standing against
to the Editor
Letters do for her what
t programs. "None Dare Call It treason" can country
to give the The Spanish Inquisition op- bloody mobs that greeted out from among his fellows, water, and if the polls mean probably the most importantone
t are published she has done for herself.
idea of what erated on this principle and is available at several James Meredith's entry at but only on condition that anything, he is so far aheadof he will ever make, and
reader
some pee.pie the John Birch Society, the book stores in Gainesville the University of Mississippiare this with a determination the Republican candidate what he does about It will
are thinking. But the Ku Klux Klan and the hun- and I would think that ev- an ugly memory and an to goes give nothing away, to that he can make an object tell us as much about him as TOE QUALITY of Johnson'ssupport
basic purpose of the news- citizen would want to indictment of the release of is of course different
dreds of other organizationsnow ery hold in reserve some piece tive judgment without affect- the man he picks.
paper remains to providenews spouting their eternal read it and form his own violence. But now, in mid- from that of Jack Kennedy.It

of what is happening.Now truths will lead the United opinion. August 1964, the elementary is the kind of support that is

I see the Gainesville States to destruction unless W. C. CLIETT, JR. schools of Biloxi, Mississippihave primarily institutional, rather
Sun is going to reprint Bar- intelligent citizens ostracizeand quietly begun desegre- POTOMAC FEVERBy than personal; the kind that

ry Goldwater's book, "The isolate them. gation. used to go to the senior proconsul

Conscience of a Conservative. Since going to help Mis s is s ippi's delegation Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau in Rome when it came
are
I ." This is not news; it you Southern wants to be seated in the his turn to serve It is not so
by one of the propagandize these ideas of Democratic convention. Butit President Johnson signs the bill declaring war on poverty and six loan much enthusiasm for the man

is presidential propaganda candidates in the Barry helping Goldwater him in this, you attemptto are Courtesy To will not pledge to supportthe sharks are court martialed for treasonous activities on the field of combat. (Who is stirred by Uncle Corn-

1964 campaign! While I do Democratic nominees. It pone?), as it Is enthusiasmover
not deny the Editor's rightto capture the United States Friend, Foe was inevitable that a rival Defense Secretary McNamara is in Switzerland on vacation. He also hopes to the idea that there isn't

comment on or review this and Gainesville I want Sun.no part of the 2 riu $nrk EimrB delegation would appear. find out how the Swiss government keeps from having to buy a new aircraft any other logical, or even'

book, I do not think the Editor WASHINGTON Recently What should a convention do carrier every two years. seductive, alternative.
for HARRY KANTOR situation There is something uncanny,
has any justification in such a ? --
Shriver discoveredthe
inflicting this collection of Sargent Mississippi, however, has Cabinet members reports to the Democratic Platform Committee show the about the cyclical pattern of.

puerile asininity upon its Book's Making courtesy.meaning of southern acted with more consideration country is in such good shape it would almost be safe to let the GOP run it for presidential styles. It is as

readers and I am, therefore Without an office to call for the rights of voters a little while.Secretary though there were a law, that
cancelling my subscription. Liberals Scream than Alabama. Alabama will one excitement cannot follow
his own on Capitol Hill, he these
If the Gainesville Sun wantsto had float- not allow the nominees cf the of the Treasury Dillon is talking about another tax cut.. Why another. (Harding followed
been
propagandize its readersfor EDITOR, Sun: After read- command operating a in his Democratic convention to ap half measures? Why not sell the country to CBS Wilson; Hoover was followedby
ing
Goldwater they can do it post pear. on the state ballot. The Roosevelt, who was followed
ing the review of "None campaign to line votes for is the lowest
without subscription. up people of that state can vote White House economist Walter Hell-S unemployment by Truman.) Johnson, "he
my Dare Call It Treason" in the antipoverty bilL Headquarters the Democrats have got
and a half years almost could
But a word more must be only for so-called "independent" since 1961. Splendid news! In only three certainly never
said. Not only is the reprinting the Sun on Wednesday, ]I[ was anywhere he electors who are con- back where we started. have won a popular presidential

of a book not news, thought many readers would could find a spare telephoneand trolled by Governor George primary, was precisely..
the choice of the book you like to read this short re- desk. Wallace. Meat experts say prices of hamburger and hot dogs will rise If we restrict the kind of man the nation
have selected is a disserviceto view which appeared in the One day he was working in imports. It's shocking to think that millions of little children may never know wanted to succeed 'the fallen

\ the readers of the Sun. editorial column of the New a back corridor room whenan THE PRESIDENT would the taste of anything but pizza. prince. Whether'they wanted

This book represents a York Daily News on Monday aide to Rep. Howard W. like to assist both states in -- him merely] as regent or as-

4 philosophy opposed to the July 27. Smith D-Va., chairman of meeting their problems of But man, you're getting old and beat when you start figuring that where tru? successor in his own right, we

free society the people of the "- on two important as- the Rules Committee, walked social and economic change. gals in the topless suits really need tan ning is on the bottom. do not, of course yet know,

United States have been trying pects of the criminal Communist in. But hate and defiance per- -- and shan't until November.We i
to construct ever since conspiracy deserve A little later the aide sists even though m both The mummified body of a man who lived 13 centuries ago has been found in only know that the'maa-

the imperial power of Eng. honorable mention, we feel, brought word that Judge states there is an increas- Wyoming. No, he was not wearing a campaign button of any kind. who ran fifth in two Democratic -

land was expelled from the along with the Levine volume Smith a leader of the coalition ing number of persons who -- presidential primaries in

colonies. The only result discussed above. fighting the antipoverty would like to accept the slow Wright Patman says Benson Ford got $15,000 for three days work' for the 1960, fourth in another and'

of spreading Goldwat e r's "One of these is "None bill, was offering Shriver the processes of law available to Ford Foundation. Patman doesn't realize it costs a lot just to get to work ona first only in Texas where he

t- ideas would be to destroy r Dare Call It Treason" by use of his own office. all who wish to cope with part time job-no car pools. was unopposed, will be anointed -.

United State's democracy John A. Stormer; Liberty So it was that for four change. -- by the Democrats in Atlantic ..

This is not something I cart: Bell Press, Florissant Mo., hours Shriver carried on his This is the background of President Johnson won't debate Sen. Goldwater. You may have doubts about City as a matter o!" i

to Help you do with my few 256 pages 75 cents. campaign in Judge Smith's the controversy ahead at Atlantic how much LBJ learned from John F. Kennedy but there's no question about right, rather than historical

tests is a subscriber v. liThe book gets its title comfortable quarters. City. what he learned from Richard M. Nixon. accldent.IA ti tA

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Sunday, August 23,. 1954 Gainesville Sun 7A



Johnson's Financial 'Report' Leaves QuestionsHag


I "TT*" .....
Hag .
1 .. Broadcasting Co. He has explained -ating in Austin, Tex. Various in the light of the monopoly or was open until January 28,I Street Journal and the Washington
1Yat t. gton Bureau GOP that the stock in Texas publications have listed this option -the Austin market in the very, 1966. Star that this FCC deci

Idffit'LyTidun':\EASHINGTOK. D. C. -Pres- May Use It Broadcasting is owned by Mrs. to buy at from $1 millionto high frequency television field. John Campbell, owner of TV I sion'was worth about $2 millionto
johnsonjsarg.lcas J Johnson and his daughters, and treatedas Other ,
$3 million, yet it is broadcasting interests including
Cable of contended that
Austin Not
interests.
the Johnson
ofjnancial 8tatement'settin] As he has indicated that he has if it had no value in the smaller radio and television ,
tlily.worth;: at mil Campaign Material the Johnson firm had a control only did it keep Campbell'scommunity
$3.5 had no role in the operations of statement. stations in Texas and
interest in Capital Cable and in second
I 1Noted-ilkely to set off these I antenna a
businesses.
have been ,
more controversy than it will 3. the Brazo Tenth Street Oklahoma estimatedto for this reason was not being rate competitive position butit

Bottle. -I stated that in their opinion the used by various publications are Some of the more recent articles Corp. is listed in several com- be worth Also a Texas minimum Broadcasting of $3-.required to delay community preserved the strong near

..Within a"few hours of the financial statement listing the used, it is apparent that the in the Washington Star, prehensive articles as.being either 000,000.holds several ranches and antenna broadcasts in the Austin -monopoly position of KTBC.

release of ,the figures, Republican total worth at $3.5 million "pre Johnson family has had even the Wall Street Journal and Life a Johnson property or an area. Campbell complained KTBC held the option to buy 50
other real estate, but the finan
National Chairman Dean sents fairly the assets, liabilities more spectacular success than have seemed to challenge the instrumentality that serves the that the FCC was unfairly diScriminating per cent of the only other sig-
cial statement released Wednesday
Bufch had:already.issued sharp and capital" of the familyas the Johnson family financial President's assertion that he has Johnson interests in the pur- against him because: nificant competitor.Life .
does not show the detail
criticism of the net worth as of July 31, 1961.I statement indicates. not taken part in the decisionsof chase and sale of property. i he was bringing his pictures in
of the acquisition and valuationof stated that this
"ibcr d1bly'1ow," and Repre- the radio and television I 4. the Johnson City Foundation by microwave radio, and was magazine
I The records released show Most of the critical newspa- these properties. All of it is FCC decision was worth more
sentativeH. 'R: Gross, Rep., firms. All three publicationshave ; a so-called charitable organization requiring him to delay broadcasts
that the capital value of the per and magazine stories have I I buried under the lump sum eva- than $1 million, and this was
Ia.,: &aid the'figures were "pho- given accounts of detailed has no listed value for 30 days on any pro-
Johnson property was $737,730on centered on the problem of conflict luation of $2.5 million. carried by the Johnson the lowest valuation received
ney. 1 conversations and transactionsin in the Johnson statement. However grams
January 1, 1954, and is even of interest that arises when: from the questioned. No
One of the most controversial interests. experts
Senator charitable
John J. Willia m s, which President Johnson, this tax-free
l Rep.r; P. t.I'.commented! thai t ards by the acquisition cost stand- a public official or members of when he was majority leader, institution established by the 1 aspects of the Johnson family After a bitter fight of several attempt was made to place a
five
nearly times that his immediate family acquire in- value the fact that KTBCwas
"such V general disclosure is much when he was vice president and Johnson family has substantial holdings has been the option to months the FCC ruled that the on
as of July 31, 1964. The terests in a able to out all sig-
keep
meaningless unless it is r ccompariWd'bj"rnbcb governmentregu- even as President has been ownership in the stock of sever- buy 50 per cent of Capital Cable 50 per cent option to buy Capital
July 31, 1964 value was set at lated radio and real in
industry such as This at the nificant competition com
was
option
more inlorma- $3,384,098. involved in negotiations on be- al banks in the Austin John- Corp. Cable was not a control over
tion.J> television. There have been no half of the LBJ Co. and later son City area and in this man- heart of a major controversy Capital Cable. Following this munity antenna field.
Even this increase in the questions of legality raised but I
"It will take considerable analysis Johnson for Texas Broadcasting.Mr. ner represents a financial forcein before the Federal Communications reasoning the FCC rejected I It is reported that in the last
before it will be pc sible family holdings from 'there have been questions of several communities.The Commission last year and Campbell's petition and insisted two months the Capital CableCo.
the time Johnson became majority ethics and comment on the difficult Johnson memberof first four monthsof 1
was a the
"determine just what it does throughout
$2.5 million evaluation on that he delay broadcasts for 15 has entered into a contractto
mean/* Senator Williams said. leader in the Senate, is problem there is to draw I the House when Mrs. Johnson the Texas Broadcasting Co.. 1964. days rather than the 30 days. $1,750,000 on TV cableof
Representative William Ay- certain to be subject to more the line between private and acquired her first radio sta- compares with the minimum A firm known as TV Cableof He contended it was still discrimination Austin pay to end even this weakened
ers, Rep., Ohio declared that critical comment as the political government interests when high tion, and Mr. Johnson was a $7 million figure used by the I Austin was trying to obtain that placed him in competitor. Details on this

"eveiuthese figures show that season moves on. Johnson government officials are invol- member of the Senate Commerce Wall Street journal and a $10 the right to operate a commun- a second rate competitive position transaction are reported to be
t Johnson's net worth increased became the majority leader in ed in ownership of a govern- Committee in 1952 and firm in
television
million figure used by Life ity antenna with regard to Capital Ca held closely and nothing will be
' by about January, 1955, a post that he ment controlled business. 1953 when Mrs. Johnson
five times in the last acquired magazine. Experts who have :the Austin area in competitionwith recorded publicly until after
ten years": held until January 1961, whenhe President Johnson has told her first television ble.It
property, Cable. Cable
t examined the FCC records point Capital Capital was estimated by the Wall mid November.
I "It,'proves conclusively that resigned after being elected his news conference that he KTBC, in Austin, Tex. out that in February 1962, I used the KTBC television,
'' Bobby,.B4 had a mighty vice president on the Kennedy- has had no personal financial its into Ii .I
There has KTBC, the Austin television station -I tower to bring programs
been
good tutor in learning how to Johnson ticket. interest in the radio and tele- critical com- rental basis WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE!
made a report to the FCC the Austin area on a
make If the market value figures vision of the Texas ment in the House and Senateon
a lot of money while in operations in which it listed andreserves" that provided for paymentof i
the fact that Mrs. Johnson "surplus works
public office," Ayers said. Don't chance a heater that won't
in month to the John-
t of
$2,666,533 excess $1,000 a
acquired the 0 n 1 Call for special!
The sharpest criticism y very high today our pre-season
y was
of liabilities. Some broadcasting son interests, plus an option to
television channel in
1 undoubtedly to come. The financial Backs Beefed frequency experts have stated that KTBC buy 50 per cent of Capital Cableat
}t Barry Austin Tex. The Commerce
statement issued b
y book value The option
alone would bring $10 million price.
i Haskins 7* 'Sells certified public Committee, of which the then HEATERS
accountants 'answered few Senator Johnson was a member "

f of the questions raised by the Up Social Security had legislative and over-
a critical newspaper and m a ga- sight authority over the Federal GET THE BEST PRICE

, zine articles* that have appear Communications mmission. CLEANED

eef''In recent Tnonths on the New U ark wtttU.d what he says are misrepresentations This has been often mentioned.

Johnson family's fortune. I n By CHARLES MOHR of his position on Social as presenting a most difficult YOU CAN FIND '
,5 fact, the figures in the Haskins Security. problem from a standpoint of ONLY
; &"Sells financial i statement are WASHINGTON Sen. Barry Goldwater also: conflicts: of interests. It is perfectly 1 i Call now before the first
t fat below the valuation figures Goldwater told the Senate Friday Said he did not wantto legal, and several other cold snap to avoid fighting
f li.sted"by the-Wall-Street' Jour that he wants to strengthen "make an issue" out of the senators and congressmen have THEN SEE US ANDYOU'LL 1 1j a balky heater when the
tumbles and
r nal,- the Washington. Star and the Social Security system :accounting methods used in a acquired radio and television interests j temperature
:! Life 'magazine in their com- and will vote for a pending bill I recent audit of the financial while sitting as members servicemen are calls.swampedwith $525

, prehensive 'treatment cf the I to increase benefits. worth of President Johnson and of the Senate and House BUY emergency

Johnson"; family's wealth. Suggestions that the programbe his family. commerce committees.The : : CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE

.Therewas Johnson's no doubt that made "voluntary" have been Won support from a groupof most controversial aspects i ". -, -: HEATER CLEANED Plus 3 % Sales Tax
7 President decision to a political liability to Goldwater Republican representativesfor of the Johnson financial ,:
i mane the public disclosure was all his statement will be I' .-: .-,' at _.
year. He last made such opinion that the supreme : ._ t' '; i Large Stock Good
.
prompted to some extent b y a suggestion in early January."I commander of the North Atlan- 1. The valuation of $2.5 million $20 And
the most recent stories that favor a sound Social Security -tic Treaty Organization should that is placed on the as- USED HEATERS
have appeared in the Wall The Furniture
system and I want to see have some measure of controlof sets of the Texas BroadcastingCo. Manufacturers i
Street Journal and Life magazine SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS
' it strengthened," said Goldwater. tactical nuclear weapons. ., formerly the LBJ Co.
) : The Wall Street Journal
"I have voted for genuine Said that his chances to 2. The fact that the statement

'': by stated..experts that result an-extensive in the opinion survey improvements in the system carry southern states dependedon has no value listed for the T*.fas 1 AMPLE HOUS Central Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50 ,

thai the Johnson radio and television -: since I have been in the Senate how the Democrats handledthe Broadcasting Co.'s optica to CALL FR 2.9561
interests alone are worth and I plan to do so now." issues of civil rights and buy 50 per cent of the capital

more than $7 million. The statement was another in states' rights at their national stock of Capital Cable Co., a I South Main St. ot S.W. 13th St. C. B. BOHANNON, JR.

The Washington Star in a a series of attempts to offset convention. community antenna firm oper- "

comprehensive treatment of the ---

television( interests as well ,as
much of the real estate owned 1
1 by-the.JohnsOn family stated

' thatthis..stas-the, most .conservative -

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t includeall sets._ .... Qt.. -Johnson. as-.. 'When you put it

; gtU(} .more recently, Life s'YLe
magazine has compiled a two- 14.

partrios dealing with the $4'

' Johnsoa.family. fortune hat .
set the minimum value of the

Johnson.... holdings'.... .. at $H mil'
liohTThe

financial .statement released
( \ edng$day at President
Johnson's request does not necessarily -

t argue with any of the
est m teSset: bY';the Wall Street Money improves with age and our
Journal; the Washington Star or

C Life magazine. earnings. Left undisturbed at Gaines-
'If"does omit some of the

properly 'Values" that were in- First ville's largest association, your dividends .

cluded in these evaluations,

and-in'other cases sets values Federal earn dividends. never late,
tfiaf are much lower than those

thai have'been published. It is SAVINGS*toan never missed for 28 years. Your account -
significantthat the public accounting -

E firm states that "the ,ooiationa ,> is protected by Federal agency _
amounts at which these invest-

irififitS in the 'broadcasting corporation insurance and more than $30 million

I and in ranch proper-
I. II I in assets. it is '
carred I- Keeping growing easy

cate tttevalues. that might' be rr ':R with free parking at both offices
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realized if the investments :.w.ire.rr..iw I

I were sold.- drive-up windov'at the 13th Street
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that,. he has
discovered-that-alLSoviet door- ._ mum AXXOAl BlYlBnO 'e FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM i ,t

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t Bolivia Severs Diplomatic Ties With CubaLA } $ I ILA

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PAZ, Bolivia (AP) The nounced Friday night and was strong leftist elements in Bo Mexico, Uruguay and Chile World Court at the Hague and
i Bolivian government has broken taken under the sanctions voted livia. But no immediate demon- were the other nations which the court declares that the res-
relations'with Cuba, thus tight- against Cuba by the Organization strations were reported. voted against the sanctions. olution does not violate inter-
' ening the hemispheric boycottof of American States in Bolivia had voted against the Chile later broke with Cuba. national law. 1uaLlTr
Fidel Castro's regime. Only Washington last.month. sanctions, but a government Uruguay is still studying whether The sanctions were voted at
two nations, Uruguay and Mex- The government of President communique announcing the it should comply. Mexico the request of Venezuela, which '
, ico, still have ties with Havana. : break said Bolivia believed she has said it will cut relations charged that the Castro regimeis Q
Victor Paz Estenssoro braced was bound to abide by the OAS with Castro only if the sanctions promoting subversion in rr OISCOUNt
r The Bolivian break was an- for possible reaction from the resolution. resolution is submitted! to the Venezuela.


; I Junk Plans For Medium Missile I. HOLLEYCANDIDATE ,


2fcm Dark (Jimru wheeled or tracked vehicles or S. McNamara once cited the I I for GOVERNORCharles

By JACK RAYMONDWASHINGTON from a river barge. ,weapon as one of his major'i
Both Gen. Lyman L. Lem- i programs. R. Holley will speak at Gainesville High School Auditorium 4t
The Pentagon's nitzer, Supreme Allied Com-I It appears now, however, that I Tuesday. August 25 at 8:15 P.M. The public is invited.
F plan for developing a mobile mander in Europe, and his predecessor -'McNamara has lost whatever I, Mr. Holley, an attorney in St. Petersburg a member of the Florida
l I medium range ballistic mis- Gen. Lauris Norstad, :enthusiasm he had for the missile i House of Representatives and the Minority Leader, has strong *
sile will be discarded, accord- as well as the members of the ; and that his attitude has I convictions and faith in conservative principles. His quote Is
exemplary "I can, and will, use the full of the Governor'sOffice
powers
ing to authoritative sources. Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pen- been reinforced by congressional -
t to fight for our individual rights, which have made this
The missile was intended as tagon, advocated the development unwillingness to appropriatefunds country great."
t a nuclear armed weapon that of the MMRBM. originally requested for I, Pd. Pol. Adv.

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; Teenager Admits Slaying ., r NORTHWESTERN MUTUALLIFE

Hospital" ..AidSio By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for decommissioning at Bremerton INSURANCE COMPANY

Today is Sunday, Aug. 23, Wash., the following Jan. 1. SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING
Debbie 4
After AssaultCINCINNATI
I Five years ago The exiled
the 236tK day of 1964. There.are
Costly god-king of Tibet, the Dalal
. 130 days left in the year.
1 ,,Lama, charged that 80,000 lives I
VENICE CAP) Directors Ohio (AP) come to find it in an area that before. The Rickeys have four Today's highlight in history: had been lost during Tibet's .
. 5f Venice:: Hospital have decided The grim twcKlay search for had been thoroughly. coveredby other children. On this date in 1784 deputies i struggle for freedom from Red, ; & 1
totu"'i: .down $92,000in federalfunoCTecause Debbie Dappen ended Friday searchers. Debbie's parents, Mr. and elected by pioneers in what is China. III Jim H. Dowling Jr.AUDITING SERVICES i
aTI:atfached night when a reporter found her When Frank Weikel of the Mrs. Karl Dappen, live a block now Tennessee, revolted against One year ago Israel and Special. Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR t
of body under a porch just a blockfrom away from the Rickeys. Dap- 1105 W. Univ. Ave.Rm. .
Cincinnati to SPLIT-DOLLAR
Enquirer came .Syria agreed to United KEY-MAN
a Na-
.. control North Carolina and .
$tan : by 206 Secu. Bld,
her home: Police 14- works for the American
a
say the Rickey home, young Georgewas pen I. tions plea for a cease-fire. PARTNERSHIP .
l 376-9783
I Franklin.The I.I
The-hospital'appiled for the year-old boy who earlier had reported asleep. His mother, Mrs. Automobile Association. The I set up the State of tI
(hinds-under the HilllJurton: Act finding the girl's shoe ina Alicia Rickey, readily permitted Dappens have another child new state survived for four I!
t r for construction f'M-P atient. ,, culvert. has admitted killing police to search the house, and Kenneth Lee, 8. years before North Carolina resumed -I
faelliti:-The facilities are to her.- Weikel joined in. Chief Finan said the Rickey jurisdiction.On II. I"I"I
, bepar" pf a new_ addition to the I suburban Police Chief James Fina of While Smith held a flashlight boy, son of George Rickey and "had Sr., this date: I. CALLING ALL k
Fairfax said at first was a friendly boy
trained under the Weikel
hospfta t. porch, In 1864, the International Red
"
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trouble before.
George Rickey Jr. denied know- given us no
crawled in and rummaged
Earlier..this week; the board ing how the four-year-old girl's through some old building ma- Finan said the boy's father Cross was founded.In I Yenneys
iecidedto, i reject ,the grant. body got under his porch, but terials stored there. He lifted works for a construction company 1914, Japan declared war I STUDENTS
!'hel"said; in a statement: broke down a few minutes after some clapboards and found against Germany.In I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
''Upon! _,the hospital's accept- police began questioning him. Debbie's body. I 1926, movie actor Rudolph
|nce-<>f.federal funds, the contractor Fyian said the youth admitted India Concerned '
Weikel said bloodon
"there was Valentino died. '
: v.' uld be obligated to.cCtPt' killing the girl after she 4'T:1'
the face and the lower cloth- and
Sacco
In 1927, Nicola
:the federal schedules of screamed when he made sexual NEW DELHI (AP) Indian
ing was disarranged.
pay rates and job classifica- advances.The Minister Swaran Singh Bartolomeo Vanzetti were exe-
Foreign
tlons-not only on those parts of admission ended hours of "I stabbed her with a kitchen says there must be a peaceful cuted in Boston for a holdup 'a
. :the building that would be used frantic worry for Fairfax, a knife to stop her screaming, political solution to the VietNam murder after seven years of
: then I choked her because I
br out-patient care, but on the quiet, tree-lined town of 2,500 on was" crisis. public agitation and legal pro- : & I
whole hospital afraid she'd tell her mother,
project. the eastern edge of Cincinnati. cedures.
Finan the "The ultimate solution must :
quoted burly, crew-
. fit is estimated that this Debbie disappeared after lunchon cut boy. be on a political line," he told Ten years ago The battle-
nrquld raise the cost of the hos- Wednesday., reporters Friday. ship Missouri left Norfolk, Va.,
pital addition by something over Hundreds of volunteers helped After that, Rickey took the
)UO.OOO without in any way in- police search for her. Blood- girl to the bathroom where he
treasmg the value of the hos- hounds were brought in. Fire- washed off the blood, and carried ,
pital." men drained ponds and dragged the body downstairs to hideit ,
The board said it had decided -'swimming pools. But there was under the porch, Finan said. \i S .
" to raise all of its money looxlly. no concrete clue to Debbie's The chief also said Rickey ad- : t
fate until Friday when young mitted during the interrogationthat I II
Rickey brough one of the girl'sshoes he "planted" Debbie's shoein r1lw'
the culvert where he later '' .
to police and said he had 1lfl
( found'it in culvert. found itRickey
y Drops a
YlleS .
Finan decided late Friday to is being held for ju- : & ,
ask the boy some more ques- venile authorities.Mrs. HERITAGE i
Primary tions about the shoe. The police Rickey told officers her : Si7 J+
.. chief wondered how Rickey had son had never been in.trouble I 11I e ,
r I k
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I I Yonge Laboratory School wit I P.K. YONGE CALENDAR Comhanu
1 begin at 9 a.m. Friday. Schoo I]I Aug. 31 Classes begin. / j starts August 31. Oct. 14-16 Faculty Work Day
f Charles A. Henderson, thenew (Pupil Holidays)
I principal at the University, .Nov.. 28>, 27 Thanksgiving Hol *
t of Florida's Laboratory School/ idays Wear Furniture For Practical
announced the following sched. Dec. 19-Jan. 3 Christmas HQ! Living
ule for pupil registration foiall idays
grades: % Mar. 15-19 Faculty Worksho
, Students whose last names (Pupil Holidays)
begin with the letters A throughG Apr. 16-19 Easter HolidaysJune Easily removed covers of heavy carpet weight viscose guaranteed machine:
register from 9-10 a.m. 9 Last day of school. __ ._

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through sixth grade will be $16, the teachers meet for breakfastat
which will include registrationand
materials. For grades 7-12 the Holiday Inn. ultimate in comfort. Covers are replaceable for further economy.
the total fee is $21. This in- Guest speaker will be D e an
cludes an $11 fee which will Kimball Wiles of the College of L iiI
cover the school annual, admit- Education, who will speak on :
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By F. T. MACFEELY: Tom Shannon, senior quarter- abama, Louisiana State and The corresponding improvement Card as linebacker, Jim Jordan -

t Associated Press WriterA back, injured a finger on his left Mississippi State. of other SEC teams pre- and Graham McKeel at half-
ti (throwing) hand in his final
i rash of preseason ailments summer baseball game. It was "It's discouraging when we vents Florida from a higher rat backs, Chip Hoye at end, Bill
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has hit the Florida Gators even ing. Carr at center and Jim Bensonat
not broken however first improve and
before they throw out the first as gain experience as
football Wednesday. feared. we have this year, and still are The Gators have "at least six guard.
ranked below the middle of the
Jerry Newcomer, ,senior half- Jim Bernhardt, senior line- conference," said Coach Ray lettermen in addition to Dupree Graves figures the Gators will

I back, had an appendicitis oper- backer, had a hernia'operation. Graves. "It shows what kind of with all conference potential. be underdogs in half their

ation and will be inactive until He. won't be at full strength fora a league we are in." They are Barry Brown at end, games and favorites in at most

midSeptember.Jack while. Halfback, End Dennis Murphy and Larry Gag- four.

: Harper, junior halfback, Otherwise, the 85-man varsity Florida is stronger at' halfback ner at tackle, Bill Richbourg at "It's not true that everybody

is nursing a bad case of mumps.He squad is ready to assemble on and end. There is more guard,. Roger Pettee at center likes to be the underdog," he

probably would be ready to Wednesday and begin practicefor said. "I want to be the favorite.
depth at every position except and Harper at halfback.
start practice on time. the ruggedest schedule in The favorites win more often.
Backfield
guard. balance is improved -

,John Feiber, sophomore full the Southeastern Conference. to an extent it can make Top Sophs "But these Gators will be

back, lost some of the tissue off Florida will meet all of the all conference Larry Dupreeeven Seven or more sophomoreshave playing each game all out, vTOM

'''' 4'9""j" .:; two fingers on his right hand five teams voted by conference more of a running threat the potential to beat letter- knowing their backs are to the J )....1''" < itWi

JACK HARPER while working for a pipe fitting coaches as the tops in the than he has been the past two men out of their jobs Steve wall," Graves said. "They will SHANNON

II SSSCase_ of Mumps company. league-Mississippi, Auburn, Al seasons. Spurrier at quarterback, Jack be hard to discourage." Injures Finger i








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f BOB HOOBING :Carl Yastrzemski groundedback Maris also hit a two-run belt There were two out and a

'. BOSTON (AP) Mel Stottle-I to the mound for the final tipped by Yastrzemski leaninginto count of 3 and 2 when Thomas
out drove the blow the
winning into
I 'I" yre, unbeaten New York: the bullpen, and singled
: ; I right field seats. Mantilla twice
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< aIde his record
: '- right-hander, pitched a Stottlemyre sent to across another run. The homers
i"L forced home
T-hit 8-0 Boston 3-0 his 11th in the runs by drawing
victory over on day majors
Mantle's 26th and Maris'20th.
1 .. were
: s -' bases loaded walks.
1 :turday night and righted the and prevented the Yankee los.
Blanchard homered with
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:- ': '' r :idding Yankees after sixjaight ,:ing skein from reaching the Ion- I When Bobby Richardson doubled -

losses. I jest in 11 years. Third place none on, one pitch after Maris off Bill Monbouquctte in

i few York has won only seven of:connected in the fourth. the fifth he scored Clete Boyer
-- ._ Home runs by hobbled Mickey :
--
!its last 21 games. with the first New York run in
GRIDDERS ON THE MOVE IN FIRST WEEK OF PRACTICEP.K. ..lantle, Roger Maris and John 3-2 Edge 25

Yonge Players Run Through Conditioning Drills Blanchard helped Stottlemyre I I Mantle, who had gone O-for-7 Elston Howard's two-run innings.

(See story on Page 03) achieve a split after the Red 'since returning to the line-up homer in the afternoon game Dick Radatz, in relief, became

Sox won the opener of the day-I from a painful right knee ailment gave New York a 3-2 edge, but Boston's winningest pitch.

i night doubleheader 5-3. The split.! crashed a two-run homer Lee Thomas dramaticallyturned er with his 12th victory. Coupled

IN AMERICAN CLASSIC left the Yankees 5% games be-: to right in the first inning and a the tide with a two-run with 21 saves he now has had

hind Baltimore in the American run-scoring double to left in the homer off loser Al Downing in his right arm in 33 of Boston's

League race. fifth. the eighth. 58 triumphs this season.


Venturi Leads by TwoBy Bressoud Red Sox broke shortstop up StotUe-Eddie

myre's no-hit bid when he lineda Budweiser Opens DefenseOf

single to left as leadoff batterin

the sixth inning. Pinchhitte
JOE MOOSIHL total of 206, four under par for day's final round. 15, a couple of par-three holes.
Al Smith another hit to
blooped
AKRON, Ohio (AP) U.S. the 7,165-yard Firestone Country British Open champion Tony Collins finished with a 40-35 center and Felix Mantilla

Open champion Ken Venturi, Club course. I Lema had a 34-36 70 and waz, 75 for a fourth-place tie at 212. walked, filling the bases, before State Title TomorrowBy

playing an exacting game, This gave him a twostrokelead four strokes behind Venturi. Neither Masters champion
shook off erratic Bill Collins and Arnold Palmer nor leading First C.mt
who I Collins bothered
I over Mason Rudolph, by an ailing NEW YORK BOSTON NIS
$50,000 American Golf Classic money winner Jack Nicklaus brhbi abrhbi NISSEN Softball selection last season
started the day one stroke be- back, started off with a double
Kubek ss 4010 Mantilla 2b 3 0 1 2 Assistant Sports EditorGainesville's with the
Saturday.The hind Venturi and Collins. Ru- I bogey six on the first hole. He managed any kind of-a charge. Rlch'dson 2b 4 02 1 Horton If 401 powerful Clearwater
Nicklaus mixed three birdies Tresh cf 3000 Radatz p 100 0 Badweiser team Bombers, and he was an excel-
33-year-old Venturi put dolph had a par round of 35-35 birdied No. 2 and then he bogiedfive Mantle If 30O0YtneskI cf 3000
will send
together his second straight sub- 70 and was the only other of the next nine holes before with three bogies for a 36-34 Lopez If 0000 Stuart Ib 300 0 a power packed lineup lent cricket player this summerat
70 Mans rf 21 0/EILSQN PR ? ? to Winter Haven tomorrow UF.
par round with _a 35-34 69 and a player under par going into Sun- getting birds on Nos. 12 andAllen's two over par for the tournament. Howard c 4112 Smith rf 0000
Palmer had a 36-35 71, Pepitone Ib 4000 Malzone 3D 4000 night to open defense of its
Boyer 3b 4110 Thomas rf 3122 All Lefthanders
state Softball
and fell into a 212 tie with Nick- Downing p 2 0 0 Bressoud ss 3210 championship.
laus and Collins. Bl'chard ph 1000 Tillman c 2000M'nb'q'te Budweiser will sport a h o s t Prince Kendall will man third
o 1 1 0 0 base, and Bill
Pirates Topple PhilliesOn Venturi, who opened with a 71 Williams ph 1 0 0 0 of hard swinging left-handed Campbell is sta-
Totals 31 3 5 3 Totals 21 5 5 5 tioned at second to give
and then shot a 66 Friday in the hitters and a quartet of out- L Bud.
New York .............. ....000 en wo-J weiser an
best round of the tournament, Boston ................... 001 100 03x-5 standing pitchers in its quest infield. all-lefthanded hitting -

bogied No. 4, a 465-yard par-4 E-Tresh. Malzone. DP Boston 1. LO for a second straight title. '

Five Unearned RunsPHILADELPHIA which played especially tough -New 2B -York Kubek 6. Boston Richardson,. Bressoud. The locals meet Bradenton, w_ 1 Buck hitter Benton with, the team's leading .

when the leaders started out in HR Howard (11). Thomas (12)) S- district III champ, tomorrow a .350 average

the wind and the rain. This cutVenturi's Downing. IP H RERBBSO night at 7:30 to open the tour- during the season, heads the list

(AP) rally. His double drove in the solo homer in the first lead over Rudolph to Mikkelsen Downing L, 10-4........7235 1-3 0 5 0 5 0 7 3 1 0 ney. Host Winter Haven and Sonny of outfielders.Kutsche He'll be joined by

Pittsburgh scored five unearnedruns first run in the first inning and inning which tied Allen icr the one stroke. Monbouquette .... 7 5 3 3 4 4 Painter's Poultry of Jackson- and either Billy

in the seventh inning and the league's leading hitter team lead with Johnny Callison Venturi collected a birdie two Radatz WP ,-W Mikkelsen.12-7 .. .2 Balk 0 -0 Downing 0 0 2 ville will clash in the 9 o'clock Knight or Don Fulton.

Roberto Clemente cracked three scored one of the runs in the at 21. on No. 7 to regain his advantageover T-2:50. A-15,663. nightcap. Harold Elzey will do the

doubles as the Pirates cut down two-run third.Clemente' Reliever Ed Roebuck walkedone Rudolph, lost it with a bogey NEW YORK BOSTON catching, and utility men include

the National League.l 3ding third double didn't of the Pittsburgh runs homein four on No. 15 and finally 1 Kubek ss abrhbi 4000 Jones 2b abrhbi 4010 Pitching Staff Don Cook, Al Folds, Sam
carved two-stroke lead with R'ch'dson! 2b 4 2 2 0 Mantilla If 2000 The Budweiser pitching staffis Smith and Chuck Abrams.
Phil lies 9-4 Satur a a
Philadelphia figure in the scoring. He was the third and the other scpred Linz 2b 1000 Y'tne'skl cf 3 0 0 0 Cook
doubled off second when Bob on his wild pitch, but both were birdie four on the 625-yard No. Tresh cf 5130 Morton ph 1000 composed of manager Bill was a jack-of-all-trades
day.The Mantle If 4323 Stuart Ib 4010 for Budweiser
( ) McGee Barnes the
Maggie Bobby during
loss cut the Phils' lead to Bailey lined to Tony Taylor, charged to lower Dennis Ben- 16.Bob Lopez If 0000 Thomas rf 4010 sea-
Mans rf 4123 Malzone 3b 2000 Harold and son, playing
McCallister had 37.35 Floyd newcomer every position except -
seven games over second-place who stepped on the base. nett, who put them on base.Bennett's a Gonzalez Ib 0000 Melias ph-cf 2010 .
72 and 213 to hold sixth Blanchard c 4 1 1 1 Bressoud *1 3010 Billy Godwin. pitcher. '
place, !
Cincinnati, playing a night One of the hits off Bork was record now is 9-10. P'tone Ib-rf 4000 Nixon c 3000
in Los Angeles. one stroke ahead of Charlie Sif-i. Boyer 3b 4020 Lamabe p 1 0 0 0Stottle'ro Godwin, a 6-foot-4 fastballer, Regional Next
game p 4 0 1 0 Smith ph-3b 1010 added to the after
ford and Rod Funseth who was squad
Totals 3S113 Totals 30101 The
Pittsburgh snapped a six. tourney is a double elimination
were tied for seventh with 214. I New York .....::........ 200 370 100-4 completing a standout season
game losing streak, and broke ORIOLES TOP Funseth had a 34-35 69 and Boston .. ................ 000 000 ooo-oE with the Carlon Pipers of High affair and will run ,

the Phils winning string at Sifford 35-36 71. -None. DP-New York 3. Boston 1. Springs. through Thursday. The winner

LOB-New York 4. Boston 7. ""'-._ ......__ S..t.._ .,,_ ..l.._, 'will go to Huntsville Ala.. the
four.Winner Chuck Courtney, winner of the 2B-Tresh, Mantle. HR-Mantle (26) me juLuig imuci; wiiu didu '
Frank Bork Mans (20). Blanchard (S). SBRichardson. TOM :MOORE following Monday for the southeastern .
singled St. Paul Open last week, had the wields a mighty bat, led Carlon

home two of the runs in the big CHISOX 42CHICAGO best round of the day, a 35-33 Stottlemyre, W. 3-0 ,IP H 0 RERIBSO 0 0 4 1 to the Alachua High Springs Infielder Added regional regional.The will. be

seventh as 10 Pirates came to 68. Courtney opened the tournament -Lamabe L. .10.. 32-3' 5 5 0 4 championship and the sub-dis, the Budweiser infield. made up
.. .. of
bat. Willie had Ritchie 21-3. 2 2 0 2 champions from metropolitan
Stargell a pinch with a 79 and dropped to a Charton .. 1 2 1 1 0 1 trict title. the
Moore will handle shortstop
__ 2 1 0 0 1 1 Mobile, Miami and Tampa
hit double, driving home the Spanswick .n
(AP) Brooks The Sox pounced on rookie 69 Friday for a 216 totaL
A-I9.9sa.
T-2:26 while Gene
Performer position, Ritch plus the Alabama
first run, in the rally and Dick Robinson crashed a three-run southpaw Frank Bertaina, making Top and Florida
Schofield and Another top-caliber player,, switches to first base to replace state kings and the Huntsvillehost
Mota sin-
Manny
homer with one out in the ninth his second start, for runs in
gled in runs. former University of Florida Mickey Noble, who will be unable team.
inning that gave Baltimore a 4- the first two innings but then
Tom to make the trip. The
baseball All America regional winner then ad-
2 victory over Chicago Saturdayand were checked by a brilliant relief -
Throw
lag Error Moore, was added to bolster Moore was an All W o rId vances to the world tourney.U.S. .
The runs followed a throwingerror increased the Orioles' job by Dick HalL cioP

by Richie Allen on Gene I American League lead over the Jittery Bertaina walked Jim ________

Freese's grounder, and all were White Sox to 1V4! games. Landis, the first man he faced, WOMEN'S AMATEUR

unearned. The Orioles trailed 2-1 going and Al Weis beat out a bunt. NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE I

Clemente batted twice in the into the ninth. Jerry Adair led After Floyd Robinson flied out, Philadelphia ., 75 WM 47 LIst .61 Pet.S Behind- Baltimore ..... 76 wen 47 Last .411 Pet. Behind- ,
inning but,had no part in the Bill Skowron walked, filling the xClncinnati 61 54 .557 7 Chicago ....... 71 49 Mi U4 Mclntire Downs Gunderson
off with
double that eluded -
a just San Francisco _. 61 55 .553 TVi New York ...... 70 52 .574 5V
PITTSBURGH Mike Hershberger in short bases. Pete Ward grounded out, St. Louis .. 65 57 .533 10 Detroit ........ 64 62 .508 IT*
PHILADELPHIA Pittsburgh .... 64 59 .520 11 to Minnesota ;... 61 41 .500 14'*
SchodeW brhbl abrkbl right field. Luis Aparicio struckout Landis scoring on the play. xMilwaukee ... 62 51 JIT 12 ,Los Angeles .... 63 64 .44 15
Mota rf ss 4021 4 132Rojes Gonzalei'cf cf 30 I I I but Joe Horlen walked Ron Hansen led off the second Chicago xLos Angeles. ....... 57 59 65 61 .467.492 it 15 Cleveland Boston ............ M S* 66 47 .4A.464 If 11' By JOE MCKNIGHT 26th hole. That came when Miss foot putt for a birdie three. Her j
Clemente rf S 1 3 1 Callison rf 4 01 0 xHouston ..... 52 71 .423 23\4 Washington ... M 77 J8 21 Gunderson ball -
played a
with his 15th homer. AP stray shot had
) hit
Frees. Kan. fairway
36 S 2 1 0 Alien 3b 4 Norm Siebern. New York .... 40 83 J25 3SV4x Kansas 74 J82 2tI HUTCHINSON, ( the flag
Sal? cf 0 0 TlIomu' Ib < OoJ -Played night O.meYESTERDAY'S I CttyYesterdays Results Barbara Mclntire of Colorado lying some four feet from her above the
H 3100Jii,,,,,, It 312o Robinson, drove in two runs in BALTIMORE CHICAGO pole cup.
Clenden'n 16 2 1 1 1 abrhbi abrhbiAdalr RESULTS Baltimore 4. Chicago 2 the U.S. Wo own, on the back side of the
Stargell ph 2 1 2 I TriandoTe 2.1000 1 0 Friday night's 4-2 victory, followed 2b 4110 Landis cf 3100 Pittsburgh *. Philadelphia 4 Kansas Cleveland City 1-5 4.Los Washington 2 0-1 Springs, Colo., won Miss Mclntire came back en
Maier-skl 2b < 1 1 0 Dalrrple Chicago 3. New York 2 Angeles men's Amateur Golf Championship green.
pn 1 000 AparkIos40SSweis2b 4010
with his ,
22nd homer into Minnesota at Detroit postponed! rain
McF'lane c 302. San Francisco 4. St. Louis 2 the next hole when her
Taylor 2b 4 ,20 Sl bent Ib 3 1 0 0 F Rob's'* H 4. 1 0. Boston 5-fl. New York :MTODAY'S second j
Lynch ph 1000 Amaro II 3 122 the lower right field stands. B.RWsa3b4223Skowronlb 3010 Milwaukee at Houston. night 1 Saturday with a 3 and 2 The match was even when :
Burgess c 1000 Briggs pia ooo Bowens rf 4OSOWird 3b 3001 Cincinnati at Los Angeles/ nightTODAY'S GAMES JoAnne Gunderson' told' shot stopped 15 feet short of the If
victory over Gunderson referee Joe
Bork Minnesota Pascval Miss
p 12Ben7itt p 1100 Lau c 3SO1Wshb'gerrflOlO 13at Detroit (Lo
McBean p 1000 Cuip p 1 boo Three Hits Browne 0 0 0 0 Hansen ss 4111 GAMES lien 1>7J ''of Kirkland, Wash. cup. Miss Gunderson was shortof
Chicago Broglio 710 and Buhl 12*) at Dye.
Wine ph 1 oil Rob-s'n If 3 0 1 0 M'Nertney 3 0 0 0Brandt ,New York Bouton 13-11) at Boston (Wilson -.1 the her second
on
c
HH"r"ra pf1 I 0 0 Until the ninth Horlen had allowed cf 20O0BufordpI 1000 New York Ribant 1-1 and Cisco 5-13), 119)Baltimor. I It was the second victory in green shot
Totals 4. 014 Totals 3S 4114 the Orioles only three Snyder If lSlOHorlenp 3010 2 Barber M and Bunker 123)at "I played the wrong ball, I and she missed three-foot putt t
Pittsburgh .......,........,In Ifl so.Pflifldefpllil .-. hits Bertaina pl" 0 0 Nichols'n ph 1 0 0 0 St. Louis (SadecU. IS-*) at San Francisco I Chicago. Peters 13-7 anal Herbert this event for Miss Mclntire concede the hole." and conceded the hole. j'
........... ..11' IN 200-4 one Robinson's double in Hall p 1000 (Bolin 4-5) 4-4) 2 who won in 1959.
OToole 13-5) at Los Angeles
Johnson ph 1505 Cincinnati ( Los Angeles (Gatewood :3-3 and Newman .
e-Allen. DP Philadelphia 1. Pittsburgh the second. ,..... 31434T.els 33202 Ortega 5-5) 10-4) at Cleveland (Tiant 4-2 and Kra- Both Miss Mclntire and Miss Miss Mclntire went 2-up on Halved Two
2. LOS Pittsburgh 10 Pnlh altimara ..._....._......010 OOd 003-4 Pittsburgh (Gibbon '5) at Philadelphia I lick .-..), 2 :
del hll 5 Robinson went to third when Chicat. .....?............110 000 000-1 Bennett .*) 'Kansas City (Segul 7-11 and Santiago 0-1) Gunderson, a three-time winnerin the 28th hole when her tee shot They halved the next two
2.' .28 Amaro.- Schofleld Wine. Taylor.Clement HR 3.-Stargell Allen.. Sam Bowens grounded out and clQ07.E-McNertney. LOB-Baltimore 2. CM- Milwaukee tebart *Spahn-*). night.IU at Houston (Not. I zer at Washington 3-3). 2 (Daniels- and Kreut- the tournament, were named landed on the green 162 yards boles, but on the 34th hole Miss

(21) S Mota. BorkIP raced home on a sacrifice fly by 2B B. Robinson. Adalr Skowron. ,midway through their 3 -hole from the tee. Miss Gunderson'stee Mclntire's second shot was on

W. 2-0 ......U-S'H It 4 CRBBSOBork. 4 1 2 Charlie Lau to right field. HR Hershberger-B. Robinson SF(lVi-Lau.(. Hansen (IS). final match to the sevenmember shot went in a trap. and she the green while Miss Gunder- j
Mefiean .....?..21- 2 0 0 I 0 IP H R ER BB SO Maloney Has Sore Muscle scored bogey four.
sand
Bennett, L, '10 ...22-3' 3 3 1 2 Hershberger's throw to catcher Bertaina .......2 1.3 4 2 2 3 1 Curtis Cup team which will a son's landed in a trap to
Roebuck ........ 1.3. 0 0 1 1 Gerry McNertney Hall ....__......42-31 D 0 I 2 month. The red-haired Miss the right. Miss Mclntire'i puttof
tar.
Culp .............3..3' 5 1 9Baldschun 1 U on Miller W. 4-1 .....12-310(0) CINCINNATI (AP) Pitcher out of action' for four days, the play in Wales next Gpnderson 11
.....-........ 1 3 3 1 0 0ihantz 1 get, but M Nthney dropped the Haddix ......... 1-3.0 0 S I 1 Jim Maloney has a sore muscle Miss Mclntire did not gain the closed the gap to one-up on the about 20 feet stopped six
2 1 I 0 0 Cincinnati Reds said
WP Roebuck. T-2:5o. A-K it 1 ball No error was charged. Hor1efL04.-0 T-2.2S. A-U,4t4. 4 4 1 4 in his right shoulder and may be Saturday. lead in the final match until the 30th hole when she sank a 12- inches short of the cup. ;..J

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Once Upon a Time i Title




Of Ted WilliamsIt's '. the the snatch.
< a ",,::,c' Floyd de Spirito of Union,

N.J., was runner-up to Puleo
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: the with 870% pounds.

bard to picture Ted Williams as a high school' lad of the fa Gary Cleveland of Columbus

beanpole proportions, with an anemic 135 pounds stretched ,'c" ,. Heights, Minn., won the light
tauntly over a gangling 6-foot-2 frame.It : heavyweight class crown with
at
scarcely sounds like the mighty slugger who made a sham- in 958 pounds 308 in the press,

bles of American League pitching for two decades. A man ; 286% in the snatch and 352% in
whose powerful feats of baseball earned him the tag of "Splendid : : : fie the clean and jerk.
Splinter. '
The University of Minnesota
But that's the way it was when, according to Wofford (Wos),
Caldwell, the man who coached Williams and sang his praisesall [ junior, who also represented the
I 26 York Barbell Club, was almost
the way into professional ball
16 '100 pounds ahead of runner-up

Caldwell, who currently is a professor of bonding construction -BI 292 Frank Capscuras of River

at the University of Florida, gazed back at the past the hi Edge, N.J.
other day where this man named Williams played a prominentpart. :"""' "::::c>:" :''''

: :7:. ,: ,:. : :: !
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He remembered the .639 batting average Ted had his senior \I
season at a San Diego, Calif., high.school. And also the ma- TALENTED DUO RATED HIGH IN GATOR i Trials Field
jor league scouts who were skeptical about signing a skinny i Speedy Dick Kirk (L), Pass-Catching
135-pound kid.
in the recent National AAU
na-I championships at Los Angeles.
-'Great Hitter'"Ted Five Lettermen The Olympic Club was second in

the tourney.
was a great hitter," Caldwell reminisced, and he of.
even pitched for us. Not because he wanted to, but because he of Roy Saari, the great freestyler -
had the best arm." Good the will try for a berth on both
Depth at the water polo and swimming
But when high school graduation came, Ted was not bothered polo teams. He is a star for the El

with scouts knocking at his door and offering big bundles of -- ? Segundo, Calif., team, coachedby
cash for his services. Florida's halfback situationhas is a senior. Also back are Jack!: II his father Uhro Saari. The

gone from one extreme to (Lakeland) Dick Kirk
Harper
:
elder Saari is a former U.S.
They just couldn't imagine that frail kid, regardless of his into.
another in only a year, and (Fort Lauderdale), Alan Poe each. Olympic water polo coach. Royis
outstanding prep record, turning into a feared slugger. The i
liked boys in the 200-pound class with rippling muscles that Head Coach Ray Graves likes. (Tampa) and Allen Trammel]I each entered in the 400 and 1,500
awed opposing pitchers.A the way it's headed. (Eufuala, Ala.), Marquis Baesz-, I -:meter freestyles and the 400
ler, a rugged runner from Atlanta in the
While the 1963 team boasted of meter individual medley
New York Yankee scout Ga., was held out of ac l into swimming trials which begin
only two lettermen at halfback
.
by the name of Bill Essick ix wtbi tion last fall and is ready for I Aug. 29.The .
both defensive first
specialists, a
had a shot at Williams, but i. his sophomore campaign with I
he said thumbs down. j] crop of sophomores played for the experience of a boy who, the coach of the winning
lack of else to stickin
Now Caldwell had seen too anybody has been around. team will be lie coach of the
much of Ted's blasting to let ) a suit. They learned and team.
him be bypassed by profes- profited enough to give the half- Top SophIn the !Olympic

sional ball. He wasn't licked back corps quantity and qualityfor additon, sophomore Jimmy Seven members of the win-

jetThe 1964. Jordan figures to make things I the 'ning team, plus nine from the
young coach went to Five lettermen return for 1964,' .exciting for defensive backs in was' other teams will make up the

Bill Lane, owner of the San and only one, Jerry Newcomer, particular. Jordan, from Tarn- [ Olympic squad.
Diego Padres of the Class II
AAA Pacific coast League, + *. I I
and put it on the table. t, "
"If you'll take Ted," Caldwell -
told Lane, "I'm sure t< ; 'yyy GATOR DRILLS

he'll make the starting lineup _
fav a. month and at' tc (
!:}'1:' It

This sounded like a pretty tZtbit SET THURSDAYUniversity
rash statement to Lane, andit 11
was quite a gamble. But he :

anyway. TED WILLIAMS of Florida Head of the Fall Trimester, Sept. 8. i : ; :: I

Williams not only lived up to Caldwell's confidence, but he Coach Ray Graves welcomes 25 Lettermen _
bettered it a notch. The hard-hitting outfielder made the Pa 78 athletes back to the campus 2"T' VALIANT IN STOCK
dres' lineup in two weeks. But he did leave it when he Wednesday with Gator football Welcomed back are a corpsof !

went to the Boston Red_ Sdx and earned the credentials of superstar slated to start Thursday. 25 lettermen and seven of Thru
ft Florida's football squad will,. last year's 11 fir s t stringers, I'

undergo physical examinations including end Ba rr y Brown, 5 Aug.
Caldwell was quite productive in turning out talent in his Wednesday along with taking tackles Dennis Murphy and Syd- % 25th

seven years in San Diego. A total of 75 per cent of his players part in the annual Photo Day, ney MacLean, guard Bill Rich-

went on to play either college or professional ball. slated to begin at 9:30: a.m. at bourg, quarterback Tom Shan-

Another of his proteges who made it big was Ray Boone, Florida Field.Thursday non, halfback Jack Harper and

lugging third baseman for the Detroit Tigers in the 1950's. morning at 8 o'clock fullback Larry Dupree.
Gators returning lettermenare
"Ray was a big, burly boy in high school," Caldwell said, the Gators get down to the ser : Ends Barry Brown,
"who played catcher for us." ious business of getting readyfor
Lynn Matthews, Charles Casey,.
SMU, a Sept. 19 regionally
Caldwell athlete himself Gary Thomas; Tackles Den-
was a top-flight playing football telecast and the toughest
and baseball in high school in California and also as a fresh- schedule game a Florida team ever nis Murphy, Sydney MacLean,
man at the University of Illinois. has faced. Larry Gagner, John Whatley,
Bob Lyle; Guards Bill Rich-
-Ended CareerA Graves plans to work his bourg, Larry Beckman, Jim
squad twice a day for at least Bernhardt; Centers Gary

10 days and plans for the Gatorsto Cliett, Roger Pettee. Quarter
shoulder injury in football at Illinois, where he played get in a great deal of additional backs Tom Shannon, Jimmy
fullback, ended Caldwell's career in both sports. work in the form of Hall, Bruce Bennett; Halfbacks

He later was a baseball and football (backfield) coach at meetings prior to the opening -Jack Harper, Dick Kirk, Jerry

San Diego State College before entering prep coaching. Newcomer, Alan Poe, Ken
Russell Allen Trammell Hal
,
Caldwell lived in Vermont, where he was associated with Giants
Snap Seymour; Fullbacks L a rr y
the construction business, before moving to Gainesville in 1957. Dupree. t

lie is associated only with golf now, which he plays for enjoyment Loss Skein Graves plans to break the Ga
Here, too, he is linked with one of the sport's professional tors down into offensive and de-

elite. Bobby Locke, the veteran South African pro, fensive units the opening day, '
is his brother-In-law. Locke is married to Caldwell's wife's With BolinSAN but is emphatic that these
sister. squads are only tentative and
that changes from unit to
one
"Bobby Is a marvelous golfer," he says of the man who has FRANCISCO (AP) -
captured the British Open four times. "It makes you envious San Francisco snapped its six. another are likely during the : /
to watch initial aractice>> sessions.
like
somebody that in action. game losing streak Saturdaywith

Although sports play minor a 4-2 victory over st. Louis
in
a part his life now, the memories -
still linger for Wos Caldwell and for Ted Williams. behind the pitching of Bob Bol
in. 1,605 1

The triumph, coupled with
Rookie Fullback Snell Philadelphia's 9-4 loss to Pittsburgh -
moved the Giants 754
games behind the National Seeking
Leads Jets Over BostonNEW League-leading Phillies.

The Giants hopped on Cardinal
I NEW YORK (AP) A total
BRUNSWICK N.J. tied it starter Roger Craig for two
20-20 .with only 1:57 re- I
(AP) Rookie fullback Matt maining in the Jim Tur runs in the first on four consecutive :of 1,605 golfers will begin their,
game.
!bid for Deane Beman's National:
Snell led the '
New York jets to a ner's kick for the conversion singles, including run-!
in 36- c
Amateur
come-from-behind 21.20 victory producing safeties by Jim Davenport Championship t FftA ,
provided
the winning point. hold sectional qualifying Aug. 31 I
Saturday over the Boston Patriots and Tom Haller.
The Patriots almost pulled the and Sept. 1.
,
in an American Football San Francisco added two
League exhibition game. game out after that when quarterback more off Craig in the third on With Beman Exempt, the

Snell, who gained 117 yards in the Babe Parilli came off singles by Harvey Kuenn and amateurs play at 40 sites for 149
20 attempts, was the big gun as from bench their and led the team Hal Lanier, a sacrifice fly by places in the on-the-scene qualifying or VALIANT!
20 to the New York "
the Jets stormed back from a Willie Mays and Orlando's Cepeda's Sept. 14-15 at CanterburyGolf
35
where a field goal attemptby Club in Cleveland.The .
20-7 deficit early in the fourth Gino Cappelletti fell short. single. FOR CLOSEOUT!
Stole Second
period. sixty-four low scorers in
Snell carried the ball four Boston dominated the first The Cardinals scored one run the second tests go into the
times in New York's '70-yard' half, holding a 7-0 lead after the in the first when Lou Brock sin- championship bracket for .
bundle of
touchdown' drive that took 10 first quarter and a 13-7 advantage gled, stole second and third and match play eliminations SeptlS- a cash on a new ,
plays midway in the fourth at intermission. came home on Bill White's single Ifs the end-of-the-model-
quarter. Then he carried six They struck for a touchdownat 19.The first and second rounds closing out our '64 stock to '

times out of 13 as the Jets went 13:01: of the first quarter ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO will be played the first day and models. Trade-ins are high,
57 yards for the touchdown that when Parilli hit Al Snyder in the abrhM aarhN the third and fourth the second pencils are extra sharp! =
Flood cf S 0 1 0 Kuenn H 4120
end zone from the 10-yard line, Brock If S 1 1 S Lamer Ib 4110 day all at 18 holes, reducing the
Race Canceled capping a drive of 78 yards. The WAn Boyer Ib 35 4010 311 Mars Cepeda Cf Ib 4021 3001 field to the semifinal The 36-
big play was a 25-yarder to Cap- Graf M 4110 Hart 3b 3110 bold semifinals will be played DEAL AND SAVE! ;
Skinner rf 3010 McCovey eft 1 0 0 0
Because of Fog pelletti. McCarver c 4 0 2 1 Pagan *s 0000 Friday Sept. 18 and the final : .
o New York took the Javier 2t 4 0 0 0 J. Alou rf 31 1 0Graig :
ensuing p 0000 D veep'1 M 3511 Saturday Sept 19. :
NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) He- kickoff and went 80 yards in 11 Warwick Taylor p ph 1 1010 0 0 0 Bonn Haller p c 3000 3011 The results of the tournamentwill j; Co.
avy fog forced cancellation ofSaturday's plays, with quarterback Pete James ph 1000 play an important part in
Totals 3S22 Tatate 31 4 t 4St.
scheduled trial race Uske Sneaking over. Louis .................IN 000 lit-1 the selection of the four-man I _
between Constellation and Boston regained the lead at Su FrMeUca .........-...m OM oox 4 U.s. team which will compete in I
American Eagle, the two U.S. the half when Ron Burton swept I E-Groat. DP-St. Louis 1. San FranUco the fourth world amateur team Soles and Service ; !
,
1. LOB-St. Louis t San Francisco'"SB ,
yachts left in competition to defend right end from two yards out. ..4- championship for the Eisenhower : : '-:
the America's Cup againsta A bad -Brock (J). SF-Mays
pass from center on the : lr N R ER BB SO Trophy in.Rome, Oct. 710.
British challenger next month.. conversion attempt cost Boston Craig. L. U ....,2 1-3. 41 4 1 2 Turned Pro I FR 2-2561
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Taylor ,3 2-3 1 0 0 0 4
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By JAMES RUSSELL were already out. intend to dress out about football for Newbeny., 'entire high school eligible to "If our enthusiasm for foot- overnight."We I Bankston worked his forces

Sun Football Writer I Roberts currently is 25 boys on my varsity," Bankston said he expected play varsity football, meaningthat ball stays at its present level, need experience and dedication out once daily from 4 to 6:15 .

Football practice shifted into.out about 32 candidates, said. three more '63 lettermen to re- about 65 per cent of the we'll cease to be the conference to go with our enthusiasm pjn. this week.

high gear this past week as area stated that some of the report."I coach and afW ttic di- on Monday, bringing his male enrollment in the high punching bag," Bankston said. if we are to get out of the I "We're not in good shape .

grid hopefuls went about the boys would be dropped I Archie Banksron 'rpQrt- Ptotal candidates to around 38. school plans to aid in restoring Bankston said he was not hole we're in," Bankston revealed. it'll take some work to get

long, difficult task of condition B-squad on Sept. 1, the about 35 boy were cur Bankston revealed that there Panther football honor. expecting pigskin miracles there," Bankston said. .

ing themselves for the upcoming the entire B-squad will I ready to play varsity were only about 60 boys in the -.

campaign. I < ..."' .';..'$i"1....... ;"" ;... .'i; ,.."'. f'f'f. ; :"' P"" :< $""'<$... : '
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Pep talks also were on the (\,; ;" $.1L'nW- !"' ;P"t'r *' : :' :: -;'f* It' !<11 ':"
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agenda in the first week oi, :> ., ,,/.. k .' : :th"' "'h ,JWi'4*,, \' i<.y :ri;;!
drills. The players will be is- 'f k 'tfif.K jf; ) i it'

sued pads tomorrow and' begin ;$,*il\'j.'S-q, '::' "i < if.fi'&tW

contact work and scrim
mages. Soph Group Impressive

Gainesville High started roll a .

ing last Monday night with its .. .. By BOB HOOBING i rules change which encourages Ray Cahill at Southern Call-; Other fullbacks to note include -
; ..
annual senior f 4.
meeting. < Associated Press Sports Writer specialization and the fact he's fornia is a standout flanker Jim Flanigan, Pitt; Ray

"We have this meeting so the NEW YORK (AP) If you being pressed by three veter- back, Louisville's Finis Williams McDonald, Idaho; Mike Daven-

I seniors, who must provide the .oi doubt 1964 will be a banner year ans. is considered the school'sfinest port, Wyoming; Lee Narre-

team leadership, can get together ; for sophomores in college foot breakaway threat since more, Florida State; Harrison
with the coaches and Other Centers Auburn and Neal
Lenny Lyles, and Ivy League McCraw ;
ball, just glance at the names.
Also at center watch Don
discuss common problems," There's linebacker named followers anxiously await de- Welnstock, Brown.
GHS Coach Jim Niblack said. a Downing of Navy, Townsend
buts by Harvard's Bobby Leo
Huff, a quarterback named Gal- Clarke of Army, Joe Waldrep of Card Mentioned
McGriff Speaker iffa and "General" Omar Bra- Clemson, Duke's Mike Murphyand and Dartmouth's Paul Klung- Guards come in all sizes from

Perry McGriff, former end dley is a tackle for North Carol- Ray Prior of Ohio State, ness. Virginia's John Naponick &-10,

standout at GHS and Universityof ina.But : who will work at guard or tackle Biletnikoff, of Erie, Pa., is 290, to Terence Mulvihill: the i

Florida, highlighted the program I the names which may: if it gets crowded in the pivot George Mira's successor at Mi- English-born 6-1, 205-pound \
with a talk on team lead { bear closest watching among ami, Marshall must step into candidate at Columbia. Line

ership. yearlings in the fast-approach-; ,the wake of national passing backer Jack Card, M and 165
Phillips, rated by some the finest -champ Don Trull at Baylor and I
Niblack seemed pleased with ing season include these: I of Florida is rated the best at
interior lineman in talent-
Griese is labeled the latest in along
the effects of his summer physical \\ Halfback Frank Antonini and laden Texas schoolboy ranks line of standout sophomore his job in recent years despitehis

fitness program on football ; tackle Maurice Moorman, Ken- two years ago, will be a defen-I quarterbacks at Purdue. size.
candidates. 'k A4tAi tucky; end Cas Banaszek, sive starter for Arkansas. I Here are some other players

"Most of the boys returned in ; t": f fa Northwestern; center Joe Si- Dwight Hood is headed for the coach Hughes Vince has impressed with new his worth noting:

a lot better shape than we esel, Bowling Green; tackle same assignment at Baylor. Dooley ENDS Bobby Crenshaw
and will share the starting
thought they would," be said. Lloyd Phillips, Arkansas; and poise New Mexico State; Eugene
Twoa-day sessions are the halfbacks Lloyd Reist of California Other tackles to remember: job now that Larry RakestrawMatte's Washington, Michigan State;

order of the day for this week, a : t:4'1 Charlie Brown of Mis- Herb Slattery, Delaware; Bill Brother Billy Masters, LSU; Paul Nau-

from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and from : ; : souri, Floyd Little of Syracuseand Brown, Tulane; Jim Riley, Oklahoma has departed at Georgia. moff, Tennessee; Joe Hurley,
: ; ; Joe Schmiesing, Min-
6:30 to 8:30: p.m. < t Bo Rein of Ohio State. Bruce Matte, whose brother Texas Tech; Al Wilburn, Stanford
nesota; Gerry Twardowski, Air
Nlblack's Tom for the Baltimore Jeff Elias, Kansas.
young co aching plays ;
QB NewcomersIn Force; George Tijerina, Arizona
will be Colts his bid at Miami GUARDS John Runnells,
staff this season com- istmaking
the of the quarterback Ben Wil-
age ; Bradley, Dayton;
of Ohio while Rick Volk- Penn State Bobby Smith North
;
posed of Bob Erwin, defensiveline offer
the varsity newcomers lard Parr, Ohio University;
', of all-america Bob Carolina State; Lynn Nesbitt,
Dicks defensive
; Wesley the likes of Miami of Flori- Tom Gallagher, Indiana; John nephew
backfield and PLAYERS CONCENTRATE ON KICKING EXTRA POINTSOne Chappuis=and Richard Vidmerare Wake Forest.
; Hurley Manning, da's Bob Biletnikoff, Bob Grieseof Elliott, Texas; John Seifert, ---
offensive backfield. of Many Phases of Drills Now Going on at GHS Purdue, Baylor's Mike Marshall Princeton. prize Micmgan sopnomore QUARTERBACKS Jim
I and Georgia's Lynn quarterbacks.Navy :Robie, Buffalo; Mickey Beard,
i' B Team Good Spring fullback Danny Wong, 5- Dartmouth; Danny Talbott,

I Bob Cordell will tutor the Gun- Hughes. Reist had an impressive 6 and 184, promises an answerto North Carolina.
\ j Din B*squad owner of a 6-0 Athletics SenatorsI Center Greg Huff hits the University Mike Ran-
ga Top spring game and is part of a Cal Army's Chinese Bandits and HALFBACKS -

record last season, which starts of Pennsylvania varsity plot to upset Washington-South Giles Smith, 5-9 and 168, of I dall, Detroit; John Ginter, Indi-

practice tomorrow. B team this fall amid hopes he'll help era Cal equilibrium on the West Georgia Tech has moved onto,II ana; Wayne Trimble Alabama;

players should report at 12:30 brighten the Quaker picture. Art Coast. Brown is so good he the first team because he can Chuck Latourette, Rice; Ron

p.m. with shorts, shirts and pen I Battle for BasementWASHINGTON Galiffa, from a line of famed of jumps right into a sprinter run, receive, defend, return I Lindsey, Texas A&M; Gary

cil and paper. Donora, Pa., quarterbacks backfield with Johnny Roland at kicks, punt and placekick. I Lyle, George Washington.
I for
K. started drills the same name, was battling I ---4
I P. Yonge Missouri. Little, a sprinter from I
last Monday on a similar bas- (AP) Doc Orlando Pena, who won his game's single, King's doubleone the No. 2 spot at the conclusion New Haven, Conn., is rated as HUSKY, 6 H.P. 'RIDING MOWER ''

is, with Coach Mike Gutierrez Edwards' three-run homer in 11th against 12 defeats, held the of three hits off Buster Nar- Tennessee's spring practice. outstanding prospect at Syra-

giving a pep talk devoted to the sixth inning and a leadoff Senators in check for seven in- um over the first five innings. Bradley is no relation but was cuse despite the excellent sup-

\ "basically getting a few heads home run by Wayne Causey in nings except for Willie Kirk- Dick Green led off the sixth tagged with the nickname ply. j THE ISLANDER

' out of the clouds." the fourth powered the Kansas land's homer against the wall in with a single and went to thirdon "General" when he arrived at We

The PKY mentor told its of- City Athletics to a 6-2 victoryover dead center field with Jim Kingon Causey's double to right. The Chapel Hill., N.C. ;

Pensive linemen and defensive the Washington Senators base in the fourth. runners held as Ed Charles Ohio State, noted for its quart Bert CoanIneligible I
(I The Senators loaded the bases out but Colavito under
I backs that their efforts a Iso Saturday.The grounded Rocky erback-fullback offense 1JRepair
were Important. victory by the Athletics and a walk to Kirkland. But scored both with a single to Woody Hayes, introduces a fine

"The defensive linemen and reduced the Senators' ninth. Wes Stock came in and fanned left, and went to second on the halfback candidate in 6-foot-6,

place margin to one-half gamein Don Lc*k and took care of Dick throw to the plate. Jim Gentile 225-pound Bennie Blocker al-
f offensive backs usually get the KANSAS CITY (AP) The
t this battle to avoid the basement Phillips on an infield grounder.Causey's drew an intentional pass and though the swift Rein draws 6WhMlMYERS
r' deserve but has
credit they you American Football League
eighth home run was Edwards followed with his third headlines. I
have to really know football to more ruled that Bert Coan isn't eligible Makes
in the eighth on Don Blasin- home run. \I Cut Cutting 2ime I
appreciate the fact that the oth- Kansas city WASHINGTONb Coach's Son to play for the Kansas City
r h W ab r h bl .
ers are just as imporant," Gutierrez -Green 2b 511 OBlas'ame 2b 5030 Bill Dickens, son of the Indi- Chiefs this year.
said. Casuey ss 523 Kennedy 3b 5010 coach Phil Dickens, is a The former Kansas halfback
,
Charles 3b 401 OKIng rf 3110 ana MYERS POWER TOOLS
The Blue Wave gridders are Colavito rf 411 2Klrkland If 3122 Late Field Goal strong center candidate at South walked out of training camp ?

; I In the midst of two-a-day practices Gentile Edwards Ib c 41:3 1 1 OLock 3Phillips cf Ib 4000 4010 Carolina. July 29, so the Chiefs put him on q

a from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and Ca'p'n'rls If 4 01 OBrumley c 3000 Antonini, of Ambridge, Pa., I the reserve list, taking him off, 230 N.E. 16th Avenue
Tartabull If 0 0 0 OCun'ham ph 1 0 0 0
from 5:30: to 7 p.m. Mathews ef 3 01 OBrlnkm'n ss 3010 was generally conceded to be the club roster for the season. *
Pena p :300 ONarum p 2000 Saves Redskins the best freshman back in the Phone FR 6-3411
Good Shape Stock p 101 OSlevers ph 1000
Valentine 1 0 0 0 Southeastern Conference last
( Gutierrez said he thought Totals 309 1 Totals ph 35 212 led the unbeaten Bowling MeetThe
fall when he /
most of his gridders returned in Kansas City ....... .. 100 15 000.Washington -/ BETTER 700ISBACK
"I well ............ MO 200 000-2 ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) John:' The Giants, defending East Wildkittens with a 7.5-yard University City women'sbowling
pretty good shape. am rookie from Arizona ern Conference champions, and 68 points.
Seedborg, a rushing average
E-None. OP-Kansas City 1. Wash- league will have its
( pleased with most of them, he' ington 1. LOB-Kansas City 5. Washing State, kicked a tie-breaking 35-! again were unable to put together Northwestern needs someoneto organizational meeting Wednesday
ton t.
I a sustained scoring drive but and
saW.The 2B Campanerts. Causey. Mathews field that catch Tom Myers' passes at Palm Lanes.
7:30
caused PKY yard goal Saturday at p.m.
weather has Blaslngame. King. HR-Causey t, Edwards had gone in front 24-21 on Clar- Banaszek is considered best bet _.
to have several sessions in the 3. Klrland 5 IP. H R ER SB! SO propelled the Washington ence Childs' 99 yard kickoff re with his ability and desire.At .
I' gym, with Gutierrez going over Pena, W. (11.12) 71-37 2 2 3 7 Redskins to a 27-24 National turn. Bowling Green, where win-
the Stock 1232 .0 0 0 2 Football League exhibition vic
defense and offense on
: Narum. I... (1-10) 5 1-3 7 1 6 1 5 tory'and sent the New York Seedborg quickly tied it with a ning is a way of life, Siesel will
blackboard. Hannan 1231 0 a 1 2 the
Garth Yarnall will serve as Koch 1131 0 0 0 1 Giants tumbling to their third 46 yard field goal and then, with start both ways despite TO
.
r" Stenhouse 2.3 1 0 S 1 four
minutes and
seconds
seven
straight defeat.
backfield coach for the varsity: T237. A1.tI1.NEW
Athletic- Director Bill McGill remaining in the game, booted Marciano ....
the
winner. It was Washington'sfirst
will coach the B team; and Jim Continues .
I Lepper will coach the junior Larry Jackson starts.victory in three exhibition

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machine Jackson exercised his usual judged and scoring on Ed Kra-' champion Rocky Marciano visited

athletes returning in top shape. :mastery over the New York 'nepool's single.All lumbering 60-yard returnof the birthplace of his par- i GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Y.A. Tittle
returned in : an intercepted
Most everyone Mets for eight innings Saturdaybut the Cubs' runs came in the ents Saturday for the first time.
pretty fair condition due to our needed help from Lindy Mc- fifth off rookie right-hander pass and a 19-yard burst' Marciano was welcomed at I P. K. YONGE
through the line by J.D. Lock-
fitness program, Coach Jesse Daniel in the ninth to earn the Gary Kroll, who made his first nearby Ripateotina by the entire ,
Heard of the Negro school said. Chicago Cubs a 3-2 victory that major league start in impres- ett. population of the little vil'II BUCHHOLZ JR. HIGH
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entire squad in practice until five games. Kroll who had given only one York quarterbacking for the there to America at the turn of I

school starts Aug. 31.OutofTowD. Jackson, never beaten by the hit and struck out seven in four first half and rookie Gary Wood the century. HOWARD BISHOP JR. HIGH

Mets, now has a 9-0 record'innings, walked Jim Schaffer, handled the chores in the second The American boxer who had

"About six of our lettermenare against them with three victories then picked him off first Andre half, but neither could put together planned his trip to Italy for four'

out of town on summer coming this season. He' Rodgers also walked and Jackson a march. years said he would return to Boys Girls

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al.Coach David Hurse of Starke (AP) Oakland New Yam"._............... /M ... 111-1
DP Chicago 1. ,LOB -
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I was disappointed with his first Raiders defensive tackle Chuck Chicago 7. New York S. Your SCHOOL COLORS
the McMurtry, a five-year re- 28 Stewart. Hickman 38 Christo
I week of practice saying pro pher. Hunt. S-C
boys were not in as good shapeas tired Saturday and the American Jackson. W. 15..10''an.N 7 R 2 ER 2 BB 0 SO 3

he had hoped. Football League club signed McDaniel .......1 1/ C 0 1
Kroll U 0-1 ....._6 3 3 4 0
Two .. a-day sessions are free agent Jim Pace, a former Locke ...........2 1' 0 0 1 ForUofFMEN '
tcheduled for this week, workIng All-America halfback at Michigan Wakefield .......1 1 0 0 1 1
i JAckson faced 2 batter In tth.
out in pads in the morning PB Can szaro. Schaffer. T-2:>>.

and in shorts in the afternoons.' McMurtry, 6-foot and 290
i I pounds joined the Raiders in Neto TourneySet WOMEN.
.1 J Two Losses 1962 and until a
was a regular
t Shorts, Tee Shirrs. Gator: Sweat Shirts Bermudas Jomaiccs. Shirts. Gator
weakened without
Starke be
will
knee slowed him last for Fall
injury up,
and Sweat Pants. Shoes-by Converse Sweat Shirts and Sweat Pants Shoes
the services of fullback Donald season. He quit to devote full -Beacon Falls and U.S. Keds. Socks.by Beacon Falls and U.S. Keds.

j'I Carter, out for the season time to a Whittier, Calif., auto DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) A Athletic Supporters. Socks.
with a broken leg, and halfback business. new tournament has been addedto MILLERBROWNMOTORS

r r Ronald Harper, out for the first Pace out of football since the fall professional golf tour, .

three or four games because ofa 1961, when he broke a leg while the Mountain View Open Invitational '

knee operation.At playing for the San Francisco at Corona, Calif. JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS

Santa Fe, Coach Charlie 49ers of the National League, The professional Golfers Association

Roberts said most of his players has been working out all sum- announced Saturday that Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters
,
reported in good shape. mer and may play in the club's the tournament will be held Oct.
Roberts said the bulk of can- exhibition game against Buffalo I 22-25 and will replace the Frank 1030 E. UNIV. AVE. 372-3582 1113 University Are. FRanklin 28112Football

tIida&I for varsity positions Sunday. I Sinatra Open Invitational.



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Ntw tJnrk imr national title. The payoff stillis Conference title again. and Tulsa. strong enough to hold off improved -

on talent. Rice and Arkansas are ratedas Among the Southwest independents -I teams from the Univer-
By JOSEPH M. SHEAHAN the chief challengers. will sity of California Los Angeles
At least a score of teamsare Houston probably I
NEW YORK, It's back to the equipped to bid for the No. Another possible contender is have the strongest team but the'California and Stanford.In .

hard work of football play for 1 spot this season. Southern Methodist, which upset toughest schedule.] the Western Athletic Conference -
.
thousands of students at hun- Texas last year's champion, Navy last year. Bajlcr! hasa Arizona State rates as
dreds of colleges in the next will be among them. But the brilliant pass receiver in Far West the top team again but remains

/ two weeks.To feeling is that the Longhorns, Lawrence Elkins but needs a The stage was set for a fur-. ineligible for the title. That's up

f 4 : : the delight of most while they probably will remain man to get the ball to him. ther resurgence of college football for grabs among New Mexico
I I r r-r-: coaches pre season preparations supreme in the Southwest lack Texas Christian will be rebuild- on the Pacific Coast by the I last year's official champion;

can be organized along what it takes to go all the wayto ing. Texas Tech and Texas A. Athletic Association of Western Wyoming and Utah.

more departmentalized line the top. & M. appear stronger.In Universities. However, the out- Utah State in the Rockies and

.., >' than in the recent past. A liberalized The 1964 national champion the Missouri Valley Conference look is for Washington to earn San Jose State of the Pacific

... <,<,. ..i/. substitution rule per- seems more likely to hail from a close race shapesup the Rose Bowl assignment Coast are the. teams most like-
mits each team to replace any the South, whose candidates include among Cincinnati and Wichita again. ly to succeed the Far Western

; number of players between a Mississippi, Auburn, Alabama -! which shared the 1963 title, Southern California rppears independents.Leon .

period or between successive Duke North Carolina I

downs, when the game clock is and Memphis State or the Midwest -

stop. whose chief hopefuls are Indians Win Twin Bill
I _This change loosens the Illinois of the Big Ten and Oklahoma -
I shackles placed on the coaches of the Big Eight.

11 years ago and those so Other prospective leaders include -

minded are virtually free to Navy Syracuse Pittsburgh On
send specialized offense and Penn State and Armyin. Sparkling PitchingCLEVELAND

defensive platoons marching in- the East; Louisiana State

to action again.Indications Mississippi State and Clemsonin
AP The : the 1-0 in the his 23th. The other -
Eight Ball Champs are that most the South; Michigan, Ohio ( ) beating Angels Wagner,
coaches will take full advan- tate, Missouri, Kansas and Ne- Cleveland Indians swept a doubleheader -I opener and 5-1 in the nightcap. run in the inning came on a

Jimmy Adkinson (L) and Terry Mathis are shown receiving trophies from age of the change. braska in the Midwest; Rice from Los Angeles Sat- Siebert pitched his first complete double steal], with John Romano

Bob Sullivan, owner of Cue Stick Billiards. The :youngsters finished first in Platooning or not platooningis and Arkansas in the Southwest, urday behind the sparkling game and first shutout in stealing home and Vic Davalillo

an eight ball tournament held recently at the new pocket billiards room on not likely to affect the out- and Washington, Southern California -pitching of rookie Sonny Siebert the opener as he outhurled the going to second.
!Main Street. come of the scramble for the and Oregon in the Far and veteran Dick Donovan, Angels' sensational Dean Siebert struck out six and

West. Chance. The Tribe right-hander walked only one in the opener.

Another Year of the Quarterback scattered five singles in boos Previously] the longest he had

CHISOX TO PHILLIES is in sight. In the East, Gl stream ting his record to 4-5. worked was 7 2-3 innings.

Roger Staubach of Navy is backin Donovan limited Los Angelesto The Indians' run in the opener
the lists with Archie four hits in the nightcap.A .
along To was in the fourth on a fielder's
i
Roberts of Columbia, Fred Enlarge three-run uprising in the choice. Bob Chance and Wagnerhit

Trade Crushed Callison Mazurek of Pittsburgh and Rol- sixth inning of the second game successive singles and advanced .

lie Stichweh of Army. The South GrandstandMIAMI featured a two-run homer by on a sacrifice. After an
Sidle of Auburn
presents Jimmy
First Game intentional walk loaded the
Joe Namath of Alabama and LOS ANGELES CLEVELAND
AP-A bases, Larry Brown then
( $500,000 pro- abrhbi abrhbi
2frui $nrk ulimra ing, no more attention.m The system worked. Callison got Bob Timberlake of Michiganand gram to enlarge and modernizethe Piersall cf 4000 Salmon rf 4010 grounded out to shortstop Jim
mad and determined to show them that he belonged. He Ernie Kellermann of Miamiof Fregosl ss 4010 Howser $$ 3000_ .
By ARTHUR DALEY was grandstand at Gulfstream Smith If 4 0 1 0 R. Chance ;3 1 ;zo Fregosi, allowing Chance; to
did. He came up to the final game of the 1962 season battingan Ohio stand out in the Mid- Adcock Ib 3000 Wagner If 4010
NEW YORK Johnny Callison still doesn't understand a Park was announced Saturdayby Koppe pr 0000 Azcue C 2 0 0 0 score.
t word of Spanish but the headline in the Venezuelan newspaperon even .300." Mauch sent for him. west. James Donn Jr., the track'spresident. Clinton Rodgers C 4 lOlOBrown2b 0 0 Davalillo cf 3001 3010 That was the first earned run
talent includes
said his difference between The Southwestern -
"The
that December day in 1959 gave him a sinking feeling. It "Johnny, thinking skipper. Torres 3b 301 OWhitfield ph 0000 off Dean Chance in 21 2-3 in.
a .299 hitter and a .300 hitter is about the same as Walter McReynoWs of Knoop 2b 2000 Moran 2b 0000
read: "Callison for Freese. And Johnny raced to have the "Our policy is constantly to Pearson ph 1000 Held 3b 3000 The 23-year-old righthander -
realized.It from here to the moon. You can tell all you want and protestall Rice, Jerry Rhome of Tulsa and D. Chance p 1 0 0 0 Siebert p 3000 nings.
article translated for him. His worst suspicions were improve Gulfstream and this has
Power 1010 14-6 had tossed two-hit
2b
be Owens of Cincinnati. TheFar now ,
want but I'm not You'll Brig
letting today. a
you play
had been you Totals 31 050 Totals 23151
trade that
did mean that a Callison-for-Freese consum- led to yearly rebuilding now
..300 hitter often in the future but I'mmakingsureyoustay West boasts Bob Berry of Los Angeles ._,............ 000 :300 009-0 shutouts in his last two starts
, mated. The White Sox were shipping him to the forlorn Phil- .300h itter often in the future but I'm making sure you stay Oregon and Bill Douglas of has, in effect produced a new Cleveland .......,.,...._.". 000 no OOx-1 and was seeking his 10th
Gulfstream with little of
very : E-None LOB Los Angeles 6, Ceveland: !
, straight triumph.
lies."I one this year. It will give you a start. Washington.Last "
was absolutely crushed by the news," related Johnny It was done. When Callison went sour at the start of last year college football attendance Donn the original said. plant remaining, I 10.2BSalmon. SB-Howser, S-D. Chance. Chance lasted seven innings,

with a wry grin. "I was going from one of the best clubs year Mauch gave him a psychological prod. again set a record. It Azcue. H R ER BBSO allowing Cleveland four hits,
"The current will dou-
Ii project
. hardly knew anyone in the National League. It was one of the "Three hundred hitters hit .300 he said. "Think of all marked the fourth straight year D. Chance U 14-6 7 A 1 1 4 2 and two.
After ble the floor space of the grand- R. Lee .......... 1 1 0 0 2 1 walking four fanning
darkest days of my life. No. I never thought of quitting. the fun you'll have getting back where you belong." From that; attendance had risen. A Siebert W. 4-5 ... 9 5 0 0 1 t
all, I was only 20 years old and that's too young for retire- .220 in June Johnny worked his way back to a solid .284, further rise is indicated. Moreover stand and We completely modernizethe Balk-Siebert. T211.
area. are placing particular -
, ment. plus 26 homers, at the season's end. He's starting to climb a $13 million, two year ] emphasis on freedom of! LOS ANGELES Second CLEVELAND Game
The regrets have long since fled. Callison is happy with the again now. The boy has no doubt about anything."Of contract was signed with the traffic flow and the pari-mutuel atirhbi .brhbl 4010
rf
Salmon
4000
Phils and they are mighty happy to have him. He has become course the Phils will win the pennant," he said, smil- National Broadcasting Company batteries Power Perry cf Ib 4000 Howser ss 400 0
f their solid man, their Mickey Mantle their Willie Mays. When ing convincingly.] "After all, we have the best ball club in the under which the 14 date Na- to avoid are congestion.strategically" placed Smith Fregosl If ss 4 4010 0 1 0 Vagner R Chance If Ib 3 3122 2 2 0

.1 he plays his usual strong game they r'n. As a lot of astonished league." tional Collegiate Athletic Asso- Clinton rf 3000 Romano C 311 1
Double
Twin
Torres 3b 4100 Davalillo cf 4110
, folks have noted of late, the Phillies have been winning in ciation program was increasec Twin double windows will be Koppe 2b 2000 grown 2b 301 1 ; $'r
Pearson cf 201 Moran 3b 3000 I
slightly senational fashion this year. from 24 to 29 games.
installed on the mezzanine floor Satriano c 301 Donovan p 3000
The sectional outlooks follow: 2000
All Around"Callison Quadrangle'sSurge for the first time, with 14 win Green D.LeeP ph 0000
East dows in a special grouping away Kroop 2b 0000

Navy, in 1963 ranked No. 2 from regular pari-mutuel win- Totals 37 1 4. Total 30 5i4_
this
is the most complete ball player to enter Los Angeles ............. 000 000 100-I
\ league since Willie Mays," says Gene Mauch, his firebrand nationally, again stands as the dows. Cleveland ,......_. .. .. 010 103 Oflx-S
manager. "He can run, throw, field, hit and hit with power.There's Gains team to beat. Syracuse and "They will remedy Gulf- E-Howser 3, Koppe. DP-Los Angeles
Pittsburgh shape up as the chief stream's only] major pari-mutuel] 1. LOB-Los Angeles 6. Cleveland 4.
nothing he cant do well on a ball field. 2B Wagner Romano. HR Wagner from ages IS.55. Prepare no* for
threats, with Penn State a nd problem of last seasonlonglines (28) SB-Brown, Smith, Romano Da U.S.Civil Service job openings daring be
The object of his affections is a compactly built young pow- Army also in the picture. All at the twin double windows valillo. S Clinton. SFRomano.IP next 12 months. Government positionspay
'., erhouse, only] 5 feet 10 inches tall and 175 pounds. He wears, ... H R ER BB SO up to $5230 31 year to start offer far
.
five may well rate among the that caused traffic jams, Donn D. Lee. 1. 5-4 5 1-3" 5 3 2 4
Travers
a quizzical look on his handsome face and,his grey eyes seem WinBy Latman ....... 2-3 0 0 C 0 1 greater security: than private employ-
said. _. ..._..
nation's elete. Duliba .2 1 0 0 0 2 merit, and excellent oppoitiuuiy for advancement
t to have a twinkle lurking in the corners. But the grey turnsto Among the other major independents The addition will include a new Donovan. VI 7-7 9 4 1 C 1 3 It.
color him dan PB-Satnano. T-2:28 A-5,302.
steel when he faces a pitcher. The pitchers ORLO ROBERTSON Boston College and cafeteria, two bars and food and To get one of these lobs yon rmrst pass
} gerous. ner, purchased last week by t test Lincoln Service helps thousands
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. Mrs. Henry Obre for $300,000, Holy Cross stand out. beverage counters. Church prepare for these tests every year. It hone
Johnny is the guy who: burst into public consciousness witha (AP) home In the Ivy League Princeton, Another improvement will be League of the oldest and largest privately
at
Quadrangle returned and
crash in the All-Star game this year when he hit the last on $2.70 $2.30. Hill which shared the 1963 title with the jockey room, which will be owned schools of its kind and,is net connected
Slated
a muddy Saratoga Race Track Rise was $2.40 to show. Meeting with the Government -. a
ditch home run that settled the issue for the National League. turf Dartmouth, is favored to lead almost doubled in size. :.
This shot of him. He always seems at his best in staged a mighty surge in For FREE information on Corermnen!
was typical the final 70 yards Saturday and 3-10 Favorite the parade along.] The project will be completed The Gainesville Church Bowling jobs and salaries fill I out coupon M4
a clutch. won the 95th running of the $80- Quadrangle, winner of the I Other favorites are Delaware well ahead of the track's open- League will hold its organi- mail TODAY ...." :

What's more, he's a hitter who can think. This was demon- 050 Travers by onehalf length. Wood, Belmont Stakes and in the Middle Atlantic Conference ing date March 4, 1965, Donn zational meeting tomorrow at I ,

strated during a game this year with the Cincinnati Reds Hill Rise, the pacesetter until Dwyer, went off the 3-10 favor- Massachusetts in the said. 7:30 p.m. at Palm Lanes. I. ,S
INC.
when the Phils were entangled in their worst slump of the ite to take America's oldest Yankee Conference, and Amherst I LINCOLN SERVICE. Dept.
collared in the home stretch by I All team captains or team representatives I nil Broriwiy P km,Illinois i iI
year. One more defeat might have had disastrous consequences. Quadrangle, finished third one- race for 3-year-olds. But it took in the Little Three. and league members I Please send mt fREE list of U.S.Government II
And the Phils trailing by two runs near the game'send I all of Monal'clls'Founder positions and sal r IeS"", aod OttO
were Ycaza's knowledge to get .
length behind the fast closing South are urged to attend. details oa ho*to qualify. .. I
with runners on first and second. the powerful built colt home in I
Manner. Portfolio Election of officers and all lIam-
Knightly was Dixie has sizable I I
"Bill Henry was pitching for them," said Callison and this fourth and Ramant fifth in the I front on this raijy, chilly day. coterie of habitually football powerhouses.a DiesKANSAS organizational business will be I Addrat I

time his yees really twinkled. '"He's one of the toughest left five-horse field for the Hi mile Don Pierce sent Hill Rise into This Mississippi Auburn conducted in preparation of the Icay
handers in the league particularly for me. Even if I shouldbe for the lead at the start and he set season ; SII'I 1II II
race 3yearolds.With I Alabama and Louisiana State of CITY (AP) J. L. [starting bowling date of Sept.
_
lucky enough to get a single, one run canldn't win for us. Manuel Ycaza aboard the pace through a 24 1-5 second J
the t Southeastern Conference, Wilkinson, founder of the Kan- 14. __ ____
So I decided to bunt advancing the runners and setting it up for his fourth winner of the day, first quarter mile, 484-5 half; North Carolina and Duke of sas City Monarchs and knownas ;II ..;,- -_. ;;;"' .............4
for Richie Allen who was awfully hot. 1:131-5 six furlongs and 1:33 4-5
Quadrangle was timed in
the Atlantic Coast Conferenceand the father of night baseball,
"But I bunted foul and then I had to take my full cut. mile.

Henry threw me a high slider and I hit the ball into the left- 2:042-5.:As the odds-on favorite of the Ycaza had Quadrangle undera independents Memphis should State, among rank with the! died the in a nursing of 86. home Fridayat YES!

centerfield bleachers for a three-run homer that won the crowd of he $2.60 tight hold in second place and age GMC
22,356, paid the best teams in the land. Wilkinson organized the all-
game. Oddly] I've hit more homers off lefty pitchers this year $2.20 and $2.10. Knightly Man- moved in on the California colt Virginia Tech and West Vir-
Negro Monarchs, an independent -
with one-half-mile
than righties. remaining. IT'S TRUE!
ginia are again co-favored in
When Callison first came to the White Sox from his home in They headed out of the back- team, in 1920 and barnstormed GENERAL MOTORSCORPORATION

Bakersfield, Calif., he was heralded as one of the most prom- Ruth Jesseii stretch with only one-half length the Southern Conference, which with them for years.:
has added member in
ising young players ever to be tapped for eventual stardom. separating them as both jockeys a new He was credited with conceiv- NO GIMMICKSNO
But he stayed only half a season with the Chicagoans. They :went to their whips with Hill East Carolina College. ing the idea of playing at night

were headed for a pennant and couldn't bother with a green Takes Lead Rise[ on the rail and Quadrangleat II Midwest and developed a portable light-I FLIM-FLAM

\ kid who was batting only] .173 when he was farmed out.LongRange his flanks. The Big Ten's chief entry for ing system the team carried on

Hill Rise still had is Illinois the its travels. I
III a narrow high ranking surprise -
Gamble ( Tourney lead when they headed into the 1963 winner of the title The Monarchs developed such 1 BRAND NEW 1965

o o home stretch with onequartermile and a 17-7 Rose Bowl victor baseball stars as Jackie Robinson -
The Phils grabbed him that winter in the trade for Gene ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) of the muddy racing strip] over Washington. The bulk of and Satchel Paige. Wilkinson GMC PICKUPModel

Freese because J.ohn Quinn, the shrewd general manager of Ruth Jessen parlayed a one- remaining but within oneeighthmile the squad is returning and thereis sold his interest in the clubin

the Phillies, remembered all the extravagant praise that had under-par 71 into a onestrokelead Quadrangle had his head in every reason to anticipate con 1948 to his partner the late I 1001

been showered on this "Golden Boy" from the West. The in the $11,000 Albuquerque I front. tinued highgrade performance. Tom Y. Baird. The team subse-

Phils were going nowhere and could afford the long range Ladies Professional Goal Association For his fifth victory in 11 Michigan, has Big Ten title quently was disbanded. ONLY $17500DOWN

gamble. This could have been Quinn's slickest deal. pro-am tourney as first starts this year Quadrangle aspirations, and Ohio S tat e's

In the first couple of years too many cooks were spoilingthe day leader Marilynn Smith suffered earned 52032.50 to boost his ca- defensive muscle could make

Callison broth. Then Macuhp a cutie, decided to let the a case of putting jitters. reer bankroll to $451.321.50.O'Neal the Buckeyes a factor in the Jap Stars Tour $56 Per Month
kid work out his own desting. lIe to coach- Miss Jessen was three under
was get no more race. Wisconsin with a poten-
par Saturday after 36 holes in tially strong attack; Purdue, White House INCLUDES: LICENSE TAG STATE SALES TAX -
the 54-hole event. Wins LIFE INSURANCE AND FINANCING
with: 23 lettermen and North: CHARGES.
Colorful 84-Year-OW The Seattle Wash. lass fired western, with Tom Myers, the WASHINGTON (AP) The EYE IT TRY IT BUY IT NOW ATWwPta1pc

two birdies and had one bogeyin With an 84 I Big Ten's best passer, are the Japanese Little League All-1'
her otherwise steady par other leading aspirants.In Stars toured the White House !

Sparkles in Trapshoot round. The bogey came on the I the Big Eight, all signs Saturday and left a watch for'!

.. par four ninth where she three- MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) point to Oklahoma's return to President Johnson. j

By FRITZ IIOWELL which he retired four years ago. putted for a five. .Richard shot an O'Neal 84 Saturday of NewarkN.J. and the top. But despite their ,sea- The players are on their way

VANDALIA. Ohio (AP) About 400 shooters from 32 Record 68 won the National Amputee Golf soned talent, the Sooners will to Williamsport, Pa., to take 'Jb '" k,", _PL23Z20i

Colorful Fred Ford of Birmingham !)tates and two Canadian provinces -. Miss Smith, whose steady put- Association Championship witha have to play to top form to part in the Little League World H.W. 8th AYe. Phone 372-258*

Mich. celebrated his 1 fired Saturday. ting gave her the first day lead 335 total. keep in front of Missouri Kansas Series. J.

84th birthday in grand style Sat- Deadlocked with Ford at Itt I and a course record at 68, saw Stanley Zakas of Clevelandand and Nebraska. Iowa State --- --- )

urday at the 65th Grand American straight were R. R. Dietemeyei. her putting fall apart for a two- William Olsen of Brooklynshot led by Tom Vaughn, aLo could I 1

Trapshoot. I:>f Lincoln, Neb; Dwight L, over-par 74 as she slipped to a 84 and 82 respectively for make trouble.
The veteran crackshot broke J Brown, Amateur Trapshooting: 142 and second place. Miss 339s on the Winged Foot course Notre Dame with its icbuild-I Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods

100 straight in the 16-yard target ,Association vice president and I Smith took 35 putts and had aaouoie for a second place tie. ing efforts, at least figures to
six other radio achieve co rating with! air I
Bar
feature tying i station from
owner oogey six on tne loin as Bruce J. Gohmann of Dayton, I FOOTBALL HEADQUARTERSfor
amateurs and is probably the 1 bourville Ky.; James RexroteJf she let the lead slip away. Ohio shot the tourney low of 80( force as the Midwest's top in-

oldest man ever to turn the I: Hoisington, Kan.; college Kathy Cornelius moved into Saturday for fourth place with a dependent.In
trick. The event was part of the :professor Vie Reinders of Waukesha .. third with a one-under-par 71, 340. the rising Mid American
preliminary day program leading I Wis. and Dan Orlich oj r Conference, Ohio University, the
giving her a one-under-par 143I O'Neal, 46, was tied for first
to the opening of championship Reno, Nev., former professiona: for the first two-rounds after the first round, fell one defending champion, faces stiff FOOTBALL SHOES
firing Monday. football player and now manager Texan Sandra Haynie who stroke behind Gohmann after 36 challenges by Bowling Green

Ford is one of the clay target of a gambling establishmentIn was second Friday, fell into holes, but grabbed a three- and Miami. PRACTICE JERSEYS ",. '

game's outstanding figures. He a 100-target handicap rac fourth with a two-over-par 74 for stroke lead after 56 holes. Southwest 4 .- ', ; "' -

ran away from ,home when 11 J.R. Nankivell of Indianapoli s a 144. The only Negro in the tourney Darrell Royal a far sighted TEETH PROTECTORS :, ..,':,, ".

years old shortly after his fa and George J.: Best of Pitts. Jo Ann Prentice vaulted into O'Neal lost his arm in a gun coach and a master organizer, SOCKS AND SUPPORTERS

ther's death, owned a hay and burgh paced the pack wit 1 fifth place as she scorched the accident when he was nine concedes that this season's long-

horse selling barn at 15, was in scores of 98. 6-814-yard Paradise Hills Coun- years old. horn team won't quite measureup

the house building industry for The preliminary firing continues -try Club course with a women's The senior division championship to last year's national JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS

12 years spent 20 years as an Sunday with a 16-yard 20<() record equalling 68. Coupled went to 50-year-old( John A. champions. However, most on-i

automobile dealer] and then took target race expected to attrac t with her opening 77, it gave hera Cawley of Larchmont, N.V.I, tbe-scene observers believe that I 1113 W. Univ. Avc. Northcentrol Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters FR 28212f
over a plywood business from some 700. one-over-par 145. with a 352. Texas will win the Southwest


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f By BERNIE KENNEDY more suited to the long hitter. and Tomoo Ishii, both of Japan,
By DAVE O'HARA NFL exhibition i
game. He has named Arnold. Palmer, and Nationalist China's Laing
MILWAUKEE (AP) GreenBay's Bouncing back after a year's BIRMINGHAM M1ch. (AP)
I Jack Nlcklaus and George Bayer Huan Lu and Yong Yo Hsieh.
Paul Hornung one of the suspension the Packers'
"Gold- ,
A large international field I
as among the golfers with the There are only two amateurs
most prolific scorers in National In
en Boy" appeared midseasonform
Football broke I rill be playing for the largest best chance to win. in the field and each is the
League history, as he ripped the vaunted
loose for three touchdowns and defense which helped the Bearsto golf purse In history when thep200,000 The winner will receive $35- reigning amateur champion in

added the conversions Saturday dethrone Green Bay as NFL Carling World Cham- 000, second-place is worth $17- hIs.country Deane Beman of

000, and the rest of the prize the United States and Nick Wes-
night as the Packers punished champions In 1963. lZaiai ionship opens at Oakland Hills
will be distributed lock of Canada.
downto
the Chicago Bears 21.7 in money
I an Hornung managed to get free rhursday.
late in the first period and, witha 75th spot. Despite the obstacles the prize

burst of speed, hauled in a The course's exacting 6,907 South Africa's Gary Player, money has helped make this one

Baseball's Bart Starr pass completing an Lards will face the challenge of Chi Chi.Rodriguez of Puerto of the most desirable events on

18-yard scoring maneuver. l07 US. golfers and 48 others Rico, and three British Open I the tournament schedule.

rom 13 foreign nations. winnerS-Bob Charles of New Tony Lema probably spoke

Top TenNATIONAL 11-Yard TO .. Zealand; and Australians Peter for all of the,pros when he said:

Employing his blockers fa old : Robert Trent Jones, the Thompson and Kel Nagle "I'm looKing forward to play-

LEAGUE time fashion, Hornung burst 'amed course architect who head the I'd look
Mayer Club G AI It H Pel.Clement list of foreign entries. ing for $200,000. even

Pgh ... .. ill 475 71 162 ..341Williams through left tackle, cut to his modernized the layout in 1951 Among those representing the forward to going to Viet Nam
Chi) ........ 123 417 75 161 .331, L
Santo Chi .. ........ 121 441 6f 147 J2S' left and angled into the end zone predicts that par of 280 for the Asian nations are Kiochi Ono for $200,000."
Aaron Mil........... lit 411 15 152.316'on an 11-yard touchdown 'ra-hole test will not be broken.
Christopher Ny..... 114 401 42 12. .314 romp -IIJ
Mays SF ........... 121 4SO t7 141 .313 in the second period. "'
Allen Phi ...... ..... 122 471 fO 148 J10 Patience Personified "The target areas are tighterand
' Hunt Ny.... ..... 112 4U 53 12f Jit Then, in the third quarter, the I
.Cepeda SF ..,.,..... 105 3tl 57 120 .307 former Notre Dame more stringent than any BLAZERS
foyer StL .......... 122 475 72145.305 great, who "
NOME RUNS 1 holds the NFL scoring record of If patience will do the trick, then this partially hidden fisherman will have course in the world, says

Mays, 2 San', Robinson.Francisco,Cincinnati 3*; Williams.25; Chicago Cop4a --! 176 points in a season, cut behind his share of fish before nightfall. The wait usually is worth while along this Jones.

San Francisco 251 Santo Chicago of Biven's Arm Lake.Experience. BRIGHTENTHE
a block from guard Fuzzy part Many of the foreign golfers,
RUNS BATTED IN .
Thurston and raced the
Santo Chicago '0; Boyer St. LouIs. M r. across especially_ the lightweight Asians
Mays. San Francisco t7 Aaron. Mil- from three CAMPUS
; goal yards out.
aukee, will have trouble.with this
10; Callison Philadelphia 76. I ,

12 PITCHING DecisionsKoufax i' The Bears stung by injuries, And Speed challenging course.

Los Angeles ".5, .77 Bunnlng including the loss of halfback WHHABLAZE
Philadelphia, 13-4 JtSi Marichal San Rinnie Bull"with a muscle pull Al Watrous, a pro here for 35
Francisco 15-5 .750; O'Toole, Cincinnati i
13-5 J22j Snort. Philadelphia 11-4 M4. suffered in pre-game practice, years, believes the course is OF COLORBasic a

AMERICAN LEAGUE were unable to launch an effec- FSU Smiles
Player Club O AB R H Pcf.Ollva Bringing
Mln ........... 121 514 *4 171 .333 tive attack until reserve quarterback
Robinson Chi ........ 104 38S 47 120 .:JOt Bukich took Archers Vie
Manila NY .......... 10* 345 62 104 J07 Rudy over .
B. Robinson Bal ..... 124 444 43 142 JOS for Bill Wade In the final period. I
TALLAHASSEE AP- Football 1 lams is two veterans and is for the
Howard NY ......... Ill 407 43 122 .300 ( pushing being challenged t

Bressoud f reehan Det Bsn............10V. 122 385 445 4t 133.2ft 115 JW Bukich found fullback Rick I Coach Bill Peterson surveyed rom West and Bob Mangan, for spot by Jim Mankins, from Here TodayThe o.x a ti,s

Allison Min ......... 111 421 71 125 .297 Casares a favorite target and his returning 27 lettermen ;an offensive post. Hartnell, Calif., Junior College. Gr"a
Fregosl LA ......... 113 384 67 114 .297 district archery meet will
Kaline Det .........112404 120.296 directed the Bears downfield. and new team candidates and There is a lack of experienceat Flanker Fred Biletnikoff is a n

KIII br w. Minnesota HOME RUNS 42; Powell. Baltimore Bukich then finished the 80-yard 'said "We have more experience i the Seminole running backs. sure starter. He caught 24 pass. be held here today from 9:30

31; Colavlto Kansas City 30 Allison advance by passing eight yardsto this year than any since I've Junior Joe Petko is a good es last season and teamed with a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with more
Minnesota, 29 Stuart Boston 28.
;
RUNS BATTED IN former Packer Gary Barnes. been here." J blocker and may start at run. Tensi for two touchdowns in a than 100. men and women com
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92 Klllebrew.; Colavito Minnesota Kansas, 95 City Stuart M; Wagner.Boston Chicago ...............0 007- 7 The squad checking in for the I ling back on offense. Phil Spoon- 24-0 victory over Miami. peting.
15 B. Robinson Baltimore, 14. ...........
Cleveland ; Green Bay 777 0-21
of fall training Mondayat I '
opening I er a 1962 letterman who injured "He's of the best receiversin 1S
PITCHING GO-Hornung 11 pass from Starr (Horn- was one The event, which will be held'at
II Decisions ung kick) independent Florida State last is back and the nation Peterson said. "I
R Bunker Baltimore 123. .100: Pizarro, GB-Hornung 11 run (Hornung Kick) year, may I the airport archery range, is
Chicago l4 .727 Ford. New York. GB-Hornung 3 run (Hornung kick) University included not one but j push Petko. Veterans Winfred don't think there's any man in I sponsored by the Gainesville
I 12-5 .706; Chance Los Angeles. 144 Chi.-Barnes 1 pass from Bukich (Jencks
1 .700 Krallck Cleveland 9-4. ..692.Short. kick) two top quarterbacks."Steve J Bailey and Maury Bibent will the United States who can cover Recreation Department. Henry
Tensi is one of the concentrate defense. him."
I on Smith president of the local
most dedicated athletes have
we Top Soph { The Seminoles still need a big archery group.

I Friday NL BoxesNight and the Ed time Pritchett" Peterson is improvingall said. Sophomore Lee Marramore running back who can go all the .A

edged letterman Howard Ehlerat way. If they find him, this may
"We have good overall speed ,
: fullback in spring practice, be the year they go a long way.
and finally, we have good pride. Opportunity
Came (20). Cepeda (25) S Brock. Hendley.anler. ..t+
MILWAUKEE HOUSTON $F-C peda. Peterson, who became the

F.Alou rf brhM 4000 Spangler If abrfcM 4000 Simmons ......... IP 12-35"R 4 ER 4 II 0 SO 1 Seminole head coach in 1960, hada 1 s

Mayo cf 4 01 0 FOX Jb 4110 umphreya ...... 31-3 3 1 1 0 3 record of four wins five losses Bice Leads
Aaron 7b>> 4000 Gains rf 4400 uellar ........... 2 1 0 0 3 0 Hope Due to the promotion .f one
Mathews 3b 4000 Bond lb 2100 Taylor. W, 6-, .... 1 2 0 C 0 1 and a tie last season. 3 ri
Torre c 10 0 0 Aspro'nts 3b 21 11 cchultz .......... l 0' 0 0 0 of saltsmen to 5
ten -
1 31 ......... our management rt
Oliverlb 11 Kukou 2 00 Hendley 51-3 6 3 2 1 4 Stadium Larger 1 0
Carty if 4120 Hudy *1 Ouffalo, U 2-1 ... 31-3 4 3 2 2 4 hare sates! petition -
2 0 21 is ? ? This the team's stadiumis w one
Monks u Grote Pierce 1-3 D DOl 0 year,
Cton'gerp 20 00 Johnson \ \ \ \ PB-Uecker. T-2:59. A-M.A44. being expanded by about one- Locals in Meet availabjc. Our pay plan
213 3 2
Totals
Talus 33202
Night Came third to 40,500 seats; it has a includes commission, and ether
Milwaukee .............. 00 000 -J CHICAGO NEW YORK
Houston .................. tell toO 3OO-J brhbi abrhbl new field house and season tick incentives. Last year our tales shades of navy, dirty camel, olive, cranberryand
A'lflfno 2b 3000 Klaus 3b 4330 et sales are running about double TALLAHASSEE Talented enth. bright red. Cum Laude Blazer has natural
Milwaukee 5. men's income was in
Clemens
E-Torre. Oliver. LOB- rf 4000 Hunt 2b 4020 average
Houston 3. Williams If 4010 ChrTp'r Ib 4121 those of any previous years. Bice Hope placed in five events I 13-14 girls 1 meter diving straight lines, lap seams, hook vent. and
+ HR-Ollver 25 Miye.(10).Aspromonte.S Cloninger.38-Menke.SF- Santo Banks 3b Ib 4020 4010 Hickman Ki-n'pool cf Ib 4111 5121' To the Seminoles, a high point :here yesterday to pace Gaines-, Dixie Cox, seventh. the five figure bracket. Our brass buttons, 100% wool . . 3>ZYe/ /

IP "R.1t .1 SO Gabi-ls'n cf 101 0 Smith If 4123 ville Golf and Country Club entrants 13-14 1964 Sales are running closeto
1
boys meter
Cloninoer.412.121 3 2 1 2 6 Schaffer c 4010 C'n'zaro e 4130 of this season will be the chanceto diving -
Johnson. W. f-13 1 2 2 0 t lodgers ss 2000 McM'I'n ss 4020 take on arch-rival Florida in the rugged Tallahassee Whit Courtney, fourth. ten percent head .f 1963
WP-Clonlnger. T-2:02. A-1.311. LB'rd'te p 0000 Fisher 3001 '
p Invitational meet.
swimming
F.B'rd-t p 1010. here instead of in Gainesville.In 13-14 girls 3 meter diving with corresponding increases inulesmen's
Night Came Gr-g'ry p 1 o 0 0 A total of 25 teams from all this is the classic
PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA Stewart ph 0000 six years of play, Florida won Dixie Cox, fifth. incomes.No .
abrhbl abrfcM over the South, and one from
Roils cf-lf 3000 five; the 1961 game was a 3-3 13-14 boys 3 meter diving
Bailey It 3010 Los Angeles competed in previous automotive experience -
Woti ct 4000 CoVQton ph 0000 Tlt.ls M 010 Tatals 34 7 IS ICIlIe..e tie. Every game was played in Whit Courtney fourth. Maincgjat you need

Clemente rf 10 0 0 Herrnsfn It 0000 : .................... too ooo ooft- the event. is necessary. WE WILL
Freese 36 4030 Calllson rf 4011 New York ............:.... 511 000 eox-7E Gainesville, hometown of the Senior men 1 meter Whit
Clen'd-n Ib 101 OAllen 3b 40SSMaierskt FSU stadium Hope sparkled in the 100 meter TRAIN man 'with the proper
J Jb 3 0 3 ,WIne 3b 0000 -Clemens, WUllams. DP-New York Gators, because the Courtney, fifth; Joe Smith,
McF'lane c 10 0 0 Thomas Ib 3 0 1 0 2. LOB-Chlcago 10 New York ,. until this season was too butterfly, 13-14 age group, by sixth. qualifications 'who is 'willing to
Schofield ss 4000 Johnson M 2120 JB-Hlckman. 3B-Santo. Klaus. HR-Smlth finishing second and tying the
Veal p 3000 Gonzalez cf 1050 (U). SB-Hunt. SF-FUher. smalL Senior sell in a manner commensurate -
Trlandos e 3000' meet record.He men 3 meter Joe
Stargell ph 1000
IP H R ER IB
SO nation'stallest
Lynch ph tOO 0 Amaro 2 3 3110 1 1 LB'rd't, U M .. 1 5 6 6 1 0F.Burd'te Tensi, at 6-feet-5 the was fourth in both the 100 Smith, fifth. 'with the high standards
I: ........ 3 3 1 1 1 2 quarterback, is the pre-
Short.p 31' 552Total 2 4 2Pittsburgh Slaughter ......... 2 4' 0 I a meter freestyle and breast- Senior women 1 meterDixie of our jompany. All candidates
340 JO Tetato .......... season choice as starter.
Gregory 2 3" 0 0 1
Fisher. W. MS ..:1 7 0 0 stroke, and fifth in both the 100 Cox, sixth. under consideration 'will .. required -
................. 101 toO tot-f 4 1 Lost Job
L Burdett faced 1 In
miladeJpnU .............. tit 505 n -l HBP-By L Burden man(Hunt),U.By Fisher Because of a late-season slump meter backstroke and 200 meter 13-14 girls 100 meter breast. to take a 50 minute 4d
(Amalfitano). T241. A-2U47. individual medley. stroke Dixie Cox sixth. a.
DP Pittsburgh 1. LOB- last Tensi lost his job to written .xamin tion. This examination -
E-None. year
Leslie Sloan paced the divers 13-14 boys 100 meter
Pittsburgh t. Philadelphia 4. Night Game deft butterflyBice
Ed Pritchett
2B-Clendenon. Freese. Mazerosk S- CINCINNATI brhW LOS ANGELES- sophomore uU____ ___ a.......11 with a third place finish in the Hope, second tied state is nationally known

> IP H R ERBBSOVeale. Rutz 2b 4011 Wills cs abrhbl 4010 'runner who also v.cm pass mu. 10 and under girls 1 meter record). and has proven to be accuratein d
L. 11-10 ... 4 3 1 1 0 2 Harper tf 3000 Gllllam 3b 3100 Peterson said he won't name his 1 ,
McBean .......... 2 3 1 1 0 1 Keough rt 1010 W.Davis rf 5010 event. 13-14 boys 100 meter freestyleBice testing sales and management ;,
Short W. 13-4 .... f 7" 0 2 10 Plnson Cf 4000 Roseboro C 4110 starter until game time. Gainesville Golf and Country Hope fourth. ;.
HBP-By McBean (Covlngton). Balk- Robinson rf 4 0 0 T.Davis H 4021 The Seminoles appear strongall potential.For
Veal' T-Jl. A-30,170. Johnson Ib 3110Moonrf 3010 Club results: 13-14 boys 100 meter breast- FhQJ
Pavltlch c 4 0 1 Howard ph 0000 I along the line with five lettermen further information telephone
Night GamsST. Cardenas si 4 0 0 0 Walls rf 0000 10 under girls 1 meter div. stroke Bice Hope, fourth. fiJ
LOUIS IAN ,..ANCISCOa" Boros 3b 2100 Parker Ib 3001 at end, four at tackle and ing Leslie Sloan third. 13-14 boys 100 meter back- Mr. Allen Bowed for y
,II III lia II W
Maloney p 1112 N.Ollver 2j! 4001 0 coach
Flood ct S 2 3 0 K\IflIft H .4120 McCool p 3000 L.MIIIer p 0000 Five at guard. The plansto 11.12 boys 1 meter diving -: stroke Bice Hope, fifth. appointment. FR 6-7581, Uni- (JrW
Brock If 4 1 1 0 Lanier 33 3 1 1 0 Griffith ph 0000Reed two platoons for the first ..
Groat ss 4110 Snider pn 1 0 0 0 p 2000 use Joe Smith, fifth; Mike f'- 13-14 boys 200 meter individual versity Chevrolet Co.
I Boyer 3b 4023M.yscf 4000 Trace'skl ph 1 0 0 0 time and line personnel is right sixth Sandy Stringfell' !I
; Bice
White Ib 3100 Cepeda Ib 3122 Totals 32 3 I 3 Tetals 31 251 ,I medley Hope, fifth.
Javier Jb 3 0 0 0 4113 for it.Red.
Skinner ph 1000 J.AIoub 0 2 Cincinnati ................. .M *o* MO-li drafted by the I''
Maxvill 25 1111 DVn'p't SS 4130 Lea Amele ............... .* lOt ooo-:I Dawson,
Shannon rf S 011 Haller e 3 0 0 0 Los Angeles Rams as a junior,
E-W. Davis LOB-CInclnnatl .
0001 Los '
3000
Uecker c Hendley p .
James ph 1000 Duftolo P 3000 Angeles 11.2a.JohlllOl'lo. is a 220-pounder at end, and Dick t
Buchek ph 1000 Maloney. SB Wills. 5Parker
McDowell
Simmons p 1000 CllUam. Herman and Bill are P5.

H'mpt.r"pl." 0 0 0 IP "It ERBBSO solid, 200-pound linebackers.Top ?
McCarver c 1 0 0 0 Maloney 21-35 2 2 2 I
Warwick ph 0000 McCool. W. 4-2 ... 4 2.3 1 0 0 5 1 Tackles
Totals 3$ 4 IIS Trials 374 11 S U Miller. U 3-J .. 2 3 3 2 2 1 Tackles Avery Sumner and I oar

SI. Lewis .. .............. 100 010 OOJ- Reed 2 0 II 2 7fG defense 1 rf
Miller 0 0 0 Frank Pennie
l 0 1 are good on
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saa Francisco ...... SH 0* -' WP-Maloney. L. Mm... T-2:50. A- .
and sophomore Del Wil-
E-Wart. Lanler. DPSt.. Louis 2. LOBSt. 27.11L
Louis 11. San Francisco 7.
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2B-Boyer. Kuenn. Cepede. 38-Oaven. f x,
port Kuenn Shannon. Groat. HR Hart rA 1f

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Waht fUml I Night Game
BALTIMORE CHICAGO 'NEW YORK BOSTON ..
Recol.d.Second eb r h M ab r h bi abrhbl abrhbl TRADITIONAL '
Brandt cf 4000 Undls cf 3100 Kubek ss 4000 Jones 2b 5 0 2 0Rlch's'n -
Aparicto ss 4110 Buford Jb 4011E. 2b 4000 M'nria If 4010
R'b's'n If 31 0 0 F.R'b'sn rf 4021 Marls rf 4020 Y'trz'skl cf 4020 FOR COLLEGE .-
TimeZELTWIG B. R'b'sn 3b 4 1 2 J Ward :3b 4010Bowcns 'Mantle If 4000 Stuart ib 3211
rf 11 2 2 Skowron Ib 4010 I Howard C 4010 Thomas rf 4220
Orsino Ib 3.1 0 McCraw 3000Sltbern I Tresh cf 4 D 2 Malzone 3b 3011
ph 1000 H'smb'gf 1000. P'p'tone Ib 3010 Bressoud ss 12 21 1
Austria (AP) Brown 4 0 0 Hanscn M 4000 Boyer 3b 2 0 0 0 TUIman c 3124 ; H .
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THE
Adalr 2b 3000 Martin c :3000Pappas Terry ,1000 Heffner p 4000
Graham Hill of Britain betteredthe p 3000 Plzarro 2000 Lopez ph 1000 '3 : .
Peters ph 1010 Totals 31 1'1 Totals 311131,

official one-lap ecord for 13484 Wtls Tatals.pr-Sb 3J 0100TaJUIs 2 4 2 New York ................. 000 000 000-0! -

the Zeltwig Airport auto r ling OMttmr .........'........ 101 101 001-4 ...,.. .................... .000 201 04x-7 HOPSACK
CM E None. OP New York 2. Boston _- :
course Saturday for the second i E-Brown. LOB-Baltimore X Chicago 1. LOB New York 4. Boston 7.

f straight day in practice for the I So 3B-Bufortf. HR-B. Robinson (21) -2B Stuart- YastrzemskL(21). Bressoud 38 -(12)Thomas.. Tillman HR I \j SUIT ,

Bowcns (17). SB-Wtls.lr (12). S-Terry. SF-Malzone.
f Formula One Grand Prix race I H It .R II SO IP... H.R ER 1150 i -
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Pappas ........... 71-3 6 2 2 1 2Hlddlx. Terry U 5-11 .. 4 x 3323
/ Sunday.Hill W. S-3 ... 1 2-3. 0 0 0 1 ..,. ..,.
Plxarr ......_.... a 3 2 2 0 1Wllheim. Williams Heffner W 54 f 2 : : : 1 1 4.1 I IT heads the class .
L. *7 ... 1-3 3 2 2 1 0 TKUHWONyionoon
oZ A-2J430.
drove his BUM car Mossl .......... 1-3000 I 1 :15 .
in Fisher ........._. 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 in style credits :
.I around the 1.99-mile course WP-Pappas T-9:1S. A-4U14. Night Game : t-- a. FOG

1:09.84. Friday he made the best Nleht OlIN MINNESOTA DETROIT
into the suit
KANSAS CITY WASHINGTONabrhbl aarhbi tbrhbiKlndall Hop Hopsock
time of 1:10.3. abrkbt 2b 3011 Thomas cf 4000 Precious few things ort so right so true, that they become
Green 2b 4010 Brlnkm'n ss 400Causey Rollins 3D 4000 Lumpe 2b 4110 . it's the new textured classics. The London Is one of them. One of the most popular

The official lap record, set in Charles ss 3b 3111 4120 Sl Kennedy vrs ph 3b 1000 302i Oliva KIII brew ef H 4000 4' 1 0 Demeter Kaline rf Ib 3133Mincher 3110 weave that has conquered the Moincoots ever mode. it owes its performance to superb Callbra

Colavlto rt 4112 Hinton If 3000 Ib 4' 2 0 Freehan c 4010 100% all wool doth (65% Oocron/35% Cotton), light and totally wostwbla.
Jack
competition last year by Allison rf 4000 Brown If 3111 campus. toibred to-fit. In
end -
Gentile Ib 4 0 0 0 Lock ct 3111 Its looks ore purer/ London Fog. smart
Brabham of Australia, Is 1:11.3. Edwards If c 4000 4010 Kirkland rf 4. 2 0C.'p'rls VersaJtes Zim'rman ss c 3 3.0 1 0 0 0 Wert Phillips ss 3D 4020 3010 I: mid-weight for 10 months of the fashion in quality in perfect rain protection, there te no other

Ten drivers were under that Tartabull If 0000 Leppert B'rmfy ph c< 2000 2000 Allen Stigmas pit p 0100 1010 WlcTsham p 4 0 0 OJ year wear. New colors . To match fhe London. In the following colors. 515.00

time Saturday. Among them Mathews o-D-n'ohup cv 2"joe 0 0.Coffl.r Phillips 21)lb 3000 2110 Han Totals ph 21 1000 1 61 Tatals 32 410 4 I definitely correct. With'vest. The London Fog Golf I
Riverside Drabo'sky p 1 0 0 0 BrYame. 2b $16.95
of 201t
Dan
were Gurney Osteen p 2000 Minnesota ................ ooo oil oeo_1: $59.95 Jacket . . . . a . .
Calif., 1:10.44 In a Brabham Cli- King ph 1000Tefal oetrnt ..... ............. 111 aeo in-4 J
32243 Tatals 32 212:
and Ritchie Ginther of
max, Klaus Cfrywasktafltea ............... 000 505-3 Zimmerman. OP-Detroit 2. 0 ,
Grenada Hills Calif. 1:10.92 in ....... Minnesota 5. Detroit L LOa-I
... 010 010 eee-a I B-Klndall. Oemeter Lump c

aBRM. E-O'DOnOObw..DP-Kuuas City 1- Brown (14). Oemeter (14). S iIwhmanJ. S a.
LOS-JCanas City 4. Washington .. IP "It -Pl\l1IiP5.j vman
The 2B-Campenerls. Klrkland. Causey. Stigman, U 4-12 '22-34 3 3 1 0 cJj
rough concrete track HR-Colavlto (30). Lock (22). SB-KenneS Perry ...._.." 11-32 0 I 0 3'i i)
caused a bolt to break in the dyS -:Osteen. :Arrlgo ......._.1 30 0 1 2;; 1
IP H. ERBBSO Kllppstcln ...... 3-300 0 0 11 \
steering assembly of Gurney's O'Dfitiue ."...." 4J-J J 2 2 2Drab'sky 2 I Pius ......... 1-3 0 0Worthlngton 0 1 FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT 225 W. UNIV. AVE.
W. 4-13 4 1-3 2 0 e 1 1 .... 2 II 1 1 1
car but he brought it safely to a Osteen L.124 ...: f 6 3 3 2 ] Wkk'hanv W. 15- 4 1 1 2 .j 225 W. University Avenue FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOTr
iandstilL *HF-*Y Orabowsky (Kennedy T- Arrlgo faced 2 men In 6ftu I J Jj
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;:" Planning money for a $2 mile a bill which will authorize a Matthews made the announce-; a staff of about 40 and an annual residue research laboratorywhich Animals Research entomology in Washington last week will I concerned with testing repel-

lion U. S. Department of Agri- nationwide research effort to'investigate ment in Washington in behalf payroll of about $300,000. will serve the Southeastern Laboratory was dedicated here. be a pioneer laboratory concerned ]lants( and pesticides products.It .

culture insect research laboratory -, the harm to humans of Florida Senators Spessard I The $2 million installation will. United States. The regional The new installations will be with basic research of has a staff of 60 professional
I insects. It's staff of physicistswill I researchers and technicians.The .
: on the University of 'Florida from insecticide. Included Is Holland and George Smathers. be the third in a complex on laboratory will pool resources near the entomology lab whichis '
to learn
attempt
j jins'ect more pesticides residue laboratory -
campus was approved $160,000 in planning money fora Construction on the facility the UF campus involved with.from several states in the South located at the south end of about the behavior of insects will have a staff of five

, Thursday in Washington. I facility to be built here, according -should begin in about one year, and pesticides research.: east. the campus just north of the and how and why they respond :academic researchers and 10

: The House Conference Committee to. Rep.., D. R. (Billy) Matthews said.It Construction already has Last August the USDA's $800- ,Archer Road. to attractions.The technicians. It will be complet-
'on Agriculture approved I Matthews. is expected to operate with started on a $193,000 pesticide 000 Insects Affecting Man and The newest facility approved entomology laboratory is .:M: early next spring.Reserve .

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Urgent NoteDETROIT today.at this military installation


_ 'A. w fft..__ nrnnl/1 nnf ntw oecorilw: : >u a hull,.le tnnnfh aarli r and 4 n*>r M"nt. Commanded
(g z rm lark wunr fi uuiu uufc XAvwt-ooo*A*J su */-** Mich. (AP) Urgent by Capt. Ray D.
By JOHN J. ABELE ish, influence on the market. It below"ib-year-earlier level. bargaining begins Monday 'I' Helpling, a graduate of the

NEW YORK The economic, would however, indicate to in- The main cliff hanger on the ., U.S. Army Chemical School located -
between Three
the Big of the ,
: there is little likelihood
vestors that here the
, news continued bright las economic scene was the o u t- company is a
: of substantial changes in automotive industry and the 1 .f f general support unit designed to
week, but the stock market tool. come of the automobile indus-
little note of it. present economic programs.The try's labor negotiations. The United Auto Workers Union. provide chemical supplies and
basic health of the economy -minuet like of the services to a division of approximately -
Prices tended lower in most' pattern The UAW is talking strike. i -
t r a ding sessions although was 'demonstrated in a talks continued last week, with 15,000 officers and men.
: number of major statistical in- Current three-year pacts at ]
strength in some componentsof the major producers making 1 Organized in
January of last
: dicators released last week. General Motors Corp., Ford Me1 .
their first offer early in the
key market averages resultedin year with a strength of 40 officers
gains on Personal Income in July, for week and the United Auto tor Co. and Chrysler Corp. run and men, it has completedan

some days. Au- example, rose to a new high of Workers rejecting it on Thurs out a week from Monday.The impressive record and is
to and steel isWeek 490.8 billion, up $1.5 billion day. That was about par for presentely at its full
from the June rate and $27 billion two sides have been sparring assigned
the at this More
course stage.
sues were strength of 4 officers and 101
strong early in m higher than in July, 1963. intensive bargaining can be expected for eight weeks. The com- e. ,"" .',:'" enlisted men.
: ..,..,, iv'.. .,
New orders for durable goods ''
31 > 'v .., _
the
the week but as Aug. expira- panies made first economic offers : ., '
faded in later Business reached a record high of $21.1 tion date draws nearer. : last Monday to their more r'>, .. .. ,:$i.:,: .':,: The unit, while at Fort Me-

sessions. Air billion last month, a gain of 7per Wall than half-million workers ......,... *" ... Clellan, underwent intensive
observers
Few along repre- -x3.:':" ""
cent from June and 15 percent training in the use and operation
line, railroadand stocks weak. higher than the year-ear- Street expect an electionyearstrike sented by the UAW. Gainesville architects Jack Moore and Lester May display their idea of of flame throwers, smoke
chemical were
the New York lier level. in the auto industry, but Thousands more in supplier what the block facing court house square on the east should look like. Moore generators, as' well as decontamination
Volume on hovered around Corporate dividends in July there is enough uncertainty in plants and allied industries will and May are two of several architects who have volunteered their services to and supply procedures. -

four Stock million Exchange shares a day, a advanced to $1,158 million from' the situation to make'some tra- be affected by the contract pat- Operation Facelift, a civic project to beautify downtown and boost its shopper- Some of the men also received

low level but hardly unusual $1,082 million a month earlier, ders nervous. tern or the strike. getting ability. Stores on their block include Baird's Hardware, McCrory's Department on-the-job training in
fairly putting the total for the first: The stock of the Communications Store, Chace and Kitchens Appliances and the old bank building whichis certain areas to increase pro.

at the height of the va-.... seven months of the year 10 Satellite Corporation put "Generous," said the compa- now the Goldwater campaign headquarters in Alachua County. (Sun photo by ficiency in their areas of Army
cation season. per cent ahead of the 1963 pe- in another brisk performancein nies of their offers. "Inade- Eddie Davis) work.
The market appeared to be i over-the-counter trad i ng. auate____." _said___ the_n_ union.nnn__
marking time, consolidating its riod.About
The bid rose past 40 -
the untoward statistics price
only
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breakin President Walter P. Reuther
the
since sharp
recovery at the time of the of the week were the figures -' double the original offering has called his UAW International -
prices starts of 20 on June 2 and to Viet Iissues
Vietnamese crisis earlier this <<; on new housing price Executive Board to meet Taylor Report on
which have been drifting steadily climbed as high as 48 on Wed-
month. The international situa- : back in Wednesday night to pick a
downward. New starts in nesday before settling
tion was relatively quiet. The strike target. Monday, for the
down 5 cent from I later trading.
tense confrontation of Greek July were per first time this round/he plans to WASHINGTON (AP) Amid of the presidential cam-'directly to Johnson, Secretary ienouncing: Khanh's regime asa

and Turkish factions in Cyprus I visit all three bargaining tables.As reports of new troubles in South paign. of State Dean Rusk and Secre : dictatorship.And .

appeared to be easing, but .. II union Viet Nam, the administrationhas Taylor, the nation's top ranking tary of Defense Robert S. Mc- once again Buddhists
there were new signs of trou- NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 21 traditionally, the announced that Ambassador military man before being Namara. 1I were agitating against the government -

ble in the Congo and in Malay- (c) New York Times hopes contract to,drive via strike one company or threat to of a Maxwell D. Taylor is returning assigned to Saigon, is expectedto Officials said he is not expected charging as they

High Low Close Net Chg. it, and then force the other two home for consultations and to I spend four days in Washington. -I to ask more U.S. help for the lid c: before the overthrow last
sia.On the domestic front, the 25 Rails 145.72 144.13 144.90 Off .02 better the original. report in depth to President Part of the reason for his Saigon regime. :pear of the Diem regime-that
meet
presidential campaign is aboutto 25 Industrials 845.73 836.90 840.87 Up .31 to or Johnson. trip, officials said, was that I Since taking over in Saigon I their faith is being oppressed.The .

burst into full flower. The 50 Stocks 495.72 490.51 492.88 Up .14 Sales through which all three But officials insisted his return -Taylor wanted to deal with :early in July, Taylor has seen a students and Buddhistsare

Democratic cannons will startto have rolled up record profitsover from Saigon was not to be some personal affairs.In swift march of events. clamoring for a return of

thunder out of Atlantic City the last year and a half taken as an indication any crisis the background, however, : The tempo of the war has inc civilian government, but U.S.

this week as the party's national STOCK FLASHESNEW still are booming, and each is was afoot. were new Vietnamese military creased, the United States has officials c believe that any further
convention meets to nominate getting 1965 models sent retaliatory air strikes would set back the
I MARKET just now The former chairman of the reverses in the jungle and angry c change war
President Johnson and select -I rolling. None wants to be left at Joint Chiefs of Staff is to arrive Buddhist demonstrations in the against North Vietnamese PT effort

a vice presidential candi- the post in the new sales race. Aug. 30. He may testify before streets. boats and their bases, and South
YORK (AP-The stock 'shares compared with 19,324-
date. ]market last week went into a 510 the week before. Neither side has put a dollars congressional committees. I The view expressed here is Vietnamese strongman Nguyen Nuclear Test
of the political Khanh has moved to his
The course the next few ]mild downtrend, reversing its The Associated Press aver- and cents value on the union's Taylor may be stepping from that now that Taylor has had the tighten. WASHINGTON (AP) An
campaigns over will be I course of the previous week. age of 60 stocks showed a small widespread demands, nor the one hot seat to another, for the six weeks to study the situationin grip on government.In 1 underground nuclear test of low
undoubtedly reflected he
months loss of .9 at 315.6.Thursday's broad scale offers of the compa I conduct of the Vietnamese war South Viet Nam, it is impor- so doing, displaced popular
in the behavior of the Formal rejection by the Unit- Maj. Gen. Doung Van Minhas intermediate yield was conducted
session, a sharp nies. is flaring into one of the major tant he report on the problems
Workers of the counter- I underground Saturday by the
stock market. The public opin- ed Auto chief of state and stirred
decline in moderate trading,
ion polls indicating trends in ,offer by the automotive Big'more than_ accounted for theweek's the wrath of students and Bud- .Atomic Energy Commission at
voter sentiment toward the'Three in the bargaining for anew dhists. its Nevada test site.

Democratic and Republic a n labor contract was linked stocks edged loss. On off slightly Wednesday but, Scientists Capture Smallest While Red ambushers killed A commission spokesman said

candidates will be important by observers to some of the the averages rose a little on the another American serviceman the blast was equivalent to be-

factors. Investors can expect a market's weakness. other three trading days. Friday, student leaders ad- tween 20,000 and 200,000 tons of

certain amount of jouncing I Opinion of many leading Wall Of 1,514 shares traded on the dressed rallies in major cities 'TNT.

around as the campaign heads Street analysts, however, remained -New York Stock Exchange, 735 Samples of Big Game FishMIAMI
toward the Nov. 3 finale.It : optimistic regarding fell and 597 rose.
is possible that a trend toward I the probability of an agreement The bond market marked 1 1

Senator Goldwater of Ari7ona between the auto union and time. Prices were mostly unchanged (AP) University of I Also taken were broadbill .'ship for more than an hour, I

the Republican nominee, management. Even if a strike in light trading. 1 Miami marine biologists have I swordfish as small as V inch swimming vigorously with its .I
would produce considerable uneasiness -occurs, these experts said, it I in length, and many dolphin,I.
with of miniature sail erect. Yoift %tt& Ik
and price weakness in will probably be very short. returned to port some I barracuda and giant ocean sun- _. __ _H __ __. > ._ iig
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undoubtedly favor the on balance. Some of the retreat science.Dr. Hundreds of larval tuna were

candidacy of the Arizona con- was ascribed to technical Donald P. deSylva, in taken, and Dr. deSylva said the
servative, the prospect of his factors, because the list had Give Bonus charge of the 10-man party tuna larva comprise one of the
election would throw a big ques- enjoyed a good recovery froma most extensive collections of
aborad the research vessel John
tion mark of the future courseof recent slide and there was young tuna ever assembled.Dr. .
federal economic policies. room for profit-taking by m ad- To WorkersEmployees Elliott Pillsbury, said larval F. G. Walton Smith, di- .

The stock market tends to be a specimens of such large oceanic rector of the university's In-'
ers.The
very nervous affair when thereis Dow Jones industrial average of Winn Dixie fishes as tuna, marlin and stiutue of Marine Science, said. : 7
uncertainty and change in this week took a trifling and Kwik Chek Food Stores :swordfish were taken duringthe the tiny marine specimens will,

the air. loss of .19 at 838.62. have received $1,216,402 in year-I 21-day cruise aboard the be exteremely valuable to:

A trend toward President Volume was generally slack. end profit sharing bonuses, according -:176-foot vessel to Bermuda, the scientists in tracing the life! .

Johnson, on the other hand, The week's total was 19,664,110 to J. R. King, vice :Sargasso Sea and the northeastern histories, migration patternsand I i.. ___ _
president and division managerof Bahamas. spawning locations of such I''

the firm's Jacksonville divi Larval specimens were takenof large oceanic fishes as tuna,
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: white marlin and blue mar- marlin and swordfish.

sion.The distribution was made to I lin approximately % inch in One catch was a perfectly

5,378 eligible employees of the ]length believed to be the small- formed sailfish only 12 inches -:I .
business brief t Winn Dixie Profit Sharing est marlin of both species ever long, taken in a midwaterI 1.

Retirement Program. In addi- caught. trawl and kept alive aboard the ,,
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tion to the cash payments, it I _

.. = := .....:.... ..':;""."_.'.:' .-'.:..:>:x::. is estimated that $2,000,000 will .1 Established Florida stock brokerage firm is in the 1

be allocated to the carticioants process of expanding retail sales. Interested in JEifft '

CHARTERED of Neptune Beach, and C. L. retirement accounts for. the I licensed registered representatives who desire opportunity -

Secretary of State Tom Guinn and H. S. Shore, both of firm's fiscal year which closed in a growing area. Write qualifications and '

'Adams last week announced the Gainesville. June 27. requirements to Box 491-A, Care of Gainesville Sun. : 1iJi"1fL
chartering of three Alachua Each year since 1946,' Winn-
PENNEY REBUILDING r .
County corporations. Incorporators Dixie has set aside a portion of ,
NEW YORK (AP-J. C. Pen-
are not necessarily com- its profits for distribution to
ney Co. announced plans to ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING 'IN A
pany officers. The new companies qualified employees. All em- ?.1
build a department store in
: ployees of the firm who have
'downtown Anchorage, where its
Stardust Apartments. Inc., store was one of the hardesthit completed five years service FLORIDA Swimming Poolby 4'
18 N. W. 1st St., dealing in real in last March's Alaska participate and are not required -

and personal property. The earthquake.The I I. to contribute any part of
company is authorized to sell new store will te larger their salary to provide retire- Rivers Construction Co.A .

100 shares of common stock at than the old one. It will be ment income to employees in

at $100 a share. Incorporates erected on the same site. addition to social security bene- QUALITY POOL Backed by a
Grinnell Hughes, Anne Voy-
are I
FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
les and Carey Goddard all of ALUMINUM RECORD fits.Won't
Gainesville. NEW YORK (AP)-Production Entire bookin

Embert Gardens, Inc., 745 of primary aluminum in the I' Punish 2 SIZES 16 x 32 and 20x40 .
in United States reached a record Priced at $3.000 to $3,500 installments
N. W. 18th St., dealing gen- If 'Pre-Wall'
eral contracting. The companyhas 216,097 tons in July, the Aluminum NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH ,

been authorized to sell 18 The Association reported. BERLIN (AP) CommunistEast Starts Monday Aug. 24 in
of
shares of common stock at $100 previous record 214,630 Germany has announced it EACH POOL YOU GET
D. tons was set in May. Filter System Skimmer Pool) Board
a share. Incorporators are will not prosecute any of the Brush Diving
A. Halperin, Charles Clevelandand TEXTBOOK'SALES three million refugees who fled Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner

G. E. Cleveland, all of NEW YORK (AP) Sales of! the country before, the Berlin Leaf Net

Gainesville. textbooks reached' a record Wall was built and who may <&aints\1il1 Sun.
CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATIONCONSTRUCTION
House of Carpets, Inc., 534 N. $462,750,000 in 1963, a 12.9 per want to return home.

Main St., dealing in wall-to- cent gain over 1962, Standard The government news agency RIVERS CO.
wall carpets installing and serv- & Poor's Corp. reported. ADN reported Friday, however, .
icing. The company has been The gain was attributed to increased that the concession will not apply 1909 EAST 5th STREET To start home delivery of the Sun

authorized to sell 50 shares of enrollment and higher to the nearly 20,000 persons DIAL: 622.7049 OCALA,
common stock of no par value. ,average textbook expenditures who fled after the wall went up 622-7048 FLA. I Call 372-8441 or write Circulation Manager, Box 57, Gainesville.

Incorporators are C. E. Steger, per student. on Aug. 13, 1961.

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28 Gainesville Sun Sunday August 23, 1954

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could select oencefvaoly ', of the way: (('s easier to 6e amore have bath senators being Soft spoketl Mrs. McCarthy 1 r-" ," --a.-.. -
someone not being .
much ; private person if you considered. 48, and her husband, who
given attention as his ;' "; ,,.' look at it selfishly but it is Of Muriel Humphrey, Mrs. met while they were both
possible running mate widespread ., ".. honor wife can't be "I think she 1 .
speculation has centered '!:, ;:: : <. t,<,-"';:" '.'.' such an a McCarthy says: teaching, are both devout Roman
i ; anything but proud." is one of the nicest women in Catholics. In addition to
on two both
tension men; from personable the J .. Would she want her children politics. I mean that. She's a involvement with ecumenism, Pofahl School of Dance"Arts.- *J'
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came itate. Here it an article ", : Ellen 16, Mary 15, Michael kind warm, friendly per- she is active in the interracial -

on the wives of the potential .0,1 13, Margaret 9 to go into son. She's steadfast. We've movement. CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST131

Democratic vice presidential jl-t/ politics? been good friends for 16 Shrugging off her reputation Beginners through'ProfeSStOftalAuditions 1
: f candidates, presenting Muriel "I think I would. The best years." for being a famous wit in *
-, Humphrey and Abigail Mc people in the country shouldgo Washington, she says: August _25-on '' i' tit into it. Our children all Together they have hit the
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"I don't think I am. But I 2.4 p.m.
Carthy.By have positive orientation toward coffee caravan trailtravel-
JOY MILLER do hope we both have a good
I i AP Women's Editor '" /.. >' political life. They are ing from town to town, having sense of humor. We need it." I II.

"You can't think too far ,. interested in issues, but they coffee here, lunch there, aft- I. -- I

ahead," said Muriel Hum .", ,('ai' .,. are distressed by attacks on ernoon coffee still another
phrey calmly, "or you will OIl their father." place. .. -
I stumble over today." ] -. Attacks don't bother her so "We cover the district that -:

The trim, easy going wife 5 .r'yx .. :.. .? .'oY. much anymore she says, except way," she explains. "It's one :- :

I of Sen. Hubert Humphrey of ,v 5SS aa6Y.f a%,=. the personal kind. "But sure way of finding out what ,.
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.. Minnesota was discussing her 9' :; then I'm upset as much as a people are interested in, ._. _--
.. reaction to the possibility "\;>.,. .>S..Y citizen as a'wife." what's bothering them. I don't .. '"
President Johnson would select Yt,: "t.i: a Charitably, she adds: "It's try to speak for my husbad.I .\ _. .:.::=.

her husband as his run ; the people who aren't informed just try to tell them what ...AA,.-..- -. -- -
ning mate. .. ,Lft' fr who don't know any bet- he's doing, as I know it." J -tAr
"I guess I'm like Scar ; ter. In general, our experience Until the convention Mrs. ,
lett O'Hara. I'll think about in politics has been a McCarthy spent most of her -

that tomorrow." ,.... ., heartwarming one. We have time in Minnesota, campaignBy -
T She's Philosophical come to know such wonderful I '
;. The fortunes of politics I -.t 4'J people." cJl1Ott d Y W. lENS.
have been rGJl MG
always viewed Philosophically MRS. HUBERT HUMPHREY *

by Muriel H u m- She has promised the chil- ( {I.\ I Choose from Gilberg's -fashion-
phrey. She was once quotedas pIe out to vote. women's volunteer groups and dren they can go to the convention 4 4I.:5' right fabrics 'the :colorJcrenewand

t, saying "I can always take Then the whole family will campaigning for each others in Atlantic City "and REFURNISHING BOB OAKLEY YOUR: all ore here jn": a..grapdjqrroyof
In washing." descend on Atlantic City including husbands. She is a very intelligent they're all very much excited HOME coordination. -

j "I said that a long time I the children: their and able person, a good by It. It's their first one." There are ': '.
j ago. Now with automatic oldest daughter Nancy, mar- writer and a lovely hostess. I The McCarthys are long. times I when VELVATONE _
washing, it should be a ried to C. Bruce Solomonson, know she is very well likedIn time friends of Sen. Hubert everyone would FLANNELExciting : '
cinch," she chuckled.Mrs. who lives near the Humphreysin Washington. We've always co like to throwout >, :
I Humphrey, also a top con- t
Humphrey has been involved Chevy Chase, Md. and the been very close friends." tender for the vice presidential furniture their, stort old I new colors-from m rica's

In politics with her mother of two little girls: Hu- Another Abigail nomination, and his family. from scratch, top designers :creaTed.7or
i husband since he won his first bert J., nicknamed Skip, 22, The letter to his wife Abigail don't the President' and select the new fall look 54-56Unches
election to become mayor of married to the former Nan- said In part: They expect jj brand new wide, sponger and shrunk 8-
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choice whoever it is
for
I Minneapolis in 1945. cy Lee Jeffery; Bob 20 and "I must not write a wordto furniture oz. -
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"In coming up the hard way Douglas, 16. you about politics, becauseyou to upset that friendship. the every house.room

I through politics, and working The family dog, Lady part- are a woman." "Actually, it's a great com- Bob Oakley Some people

with my husband as I old, I beagle and part-fox tmier Obviously the writer wa s pliment-- ._to our._state...,....--..,...consider-...... ..,-..., con ofor to do $298
:I felt we could make a living no "whom we just rub behind,. not Sen. Eugene McCarthy of .y.4n Y yJ quite this, but that most lucky.of us are not

I matter what. we. did.." her ears," says Mrs. H p m- Minnesota promInetly men F But with the help of a .
phrey will stay home. tioned as a possible candidatefor 4f good furniture dealer, thereis
Assuming her husband did Small pixyish, with silver the Democratic Vice Pres- o solution to this age-old wrc\, COUPLET
get the Presidential nod for hair In S problem.
cut bangs that make idential nomination. He knows Have him come out to 4
second place on the ticket, her look younger than her 52 too well how effective his wife your home, and make sug \
what would she do? years and consequentlymoves is gestions on what con be doneto The wonderful self-lined wool in
"Well if and it's an iffy most reporters to la- Abigail on campaign circuit. give your home thot over 14 sparkling colors, full 52-54$ 98
Mrs. McCarthy is the sec- "decorator" look. He can ,
inches wide. 100% wool face, 3
proposition if and when, I'd bel her
"prematurely gray"Mrs.
ond memorable Abigail in show you how you con buy 100% Tricot Acetate 1212oz.
lining, -
be working with my husband Humphrey is a relaxedfoil just one or two pieces at a
American politics. White only . $4.98 yard. YD.
both in Washington and for her effervescent hus- time and re-fumish your \\
throughout the country and band. The first, Mrs. John Adams, home beautifully and eco- _ l
recipient of the condescending nomically.He .
traveling with him in whatever con suggest decoratingideas S. ,
from her
role would be best. I'd She likes to sew and play correspondence like wall-papering a -- HEEK SUEDE IS HERE
be happy to fit in where I the piano. But family and pol- spouse, is perhaps best known room or wall, changing your
for hanging her wash in the color scheme, using many 1 S
can."But itics and friends take up mostof East Room while she was the pieces you already have in a In 14 vibrant colors imported from
I'm forwardto
looking her time. different and where to
campaigning again, no mat One good friend is Abigail first First Lady in the White odd a new way piece here or Holland. 100% cotton, 54 inches ,$1 98

ter what." McCarthy, wife of Sen. Eu- House. there to give your home that wide, washable, spot resistant,
Also housewifely, Mrs. Mc- new look. We can help in
gene McCarthy of Minnesotawho doing your home over andat water repellent. YD.
Right now until the convention has also been prominently Carthy is in addition a tal- the same time hold your
she will spend mostof mentioned In the vice ented short story writer a for- : Sc, expense down to a minimum.We .
her time in Minnesota presidential running.She mer college instructor in con- invite you to call us
or stop in and take advantage Select your wardrobe from Cilberg's collection
working on the "Four for '64" says of Mrs. McCarthy temporary literature a nd of the free decorator

: I campaign, a program of the : world literature and a Phi f service we offer you to of-VOGUE, McCALL, SIMPLICITY and BUT-
National Democratic Commit "I think she is a great cam- Beta Kappa. 4 make your home more comfortable ..
I I tee to get women to volunteer paigner. Since' 1954 we've traveled i and more beautiful. TERICK PATTERNS.

four hours a week to political extensively tog e the r About the possibility of her

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I Church of Fort White '
was the scene of the August ) ) i ij FABRICS
= 15th wedding of Miss Beverly -
Joyce White, daughter: of om01 1703 N. Main St. -- _
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(J.G.) Jack Coleman Phil- a I
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= Walton Beach. SUMMER LUNCHA EI
delicious combination of
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flavors that should please the
: emony, the bride's parents
family. I
entertained with a reception for

: in their home. art u ,.'i'P Corn Scramble Toast
Fresh Fruit Cookies
The nuptials were perform- r '(
J : ed by Rev. Charles L. Mimbs CORN SCRAMBLE !
: of Lake City. A program of 6 strips bacon you

wedding music was played? 4 1 cup corn cut from fresh
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.. H Mrs. Mildred Null of Lake S cobs i
I : City. ,& U cup milk You are invited to stop by and see

6 eggs, slightly beaten our new expanded floor area featur- 1
: Given In marriage by her 4 n
% teaspoon salt and pepper to '
ing fashions
pace-setting university
father the bride wore a silk taste
: mist taffeta gown with chapel O Grated Cheddar cheeseIn for this fall.
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train. Appliques of lace a 10-inch skillet, fry the
medallions trimmed both the
bacon low heat until
over
gown and train. Her veil of and Styles for Men from
crisp; remov e keep .
illusion was held by a Swedish -
warm. Pour .off all but 2 Gant of New Haven
[I : crown of looped pearls tablespoons of fat from skil-
and lace. She carried white Corbin Trousers
a
let, add corn; cook 8 to 10
Bible and corsage of sweetheart -
minutes or until golden London Fog Rainwear
-' roses centered by an in milk 5
brown. Stir ; simmer :
Bass Weejuns
orchid. 5I
xY 2 to 3 minutes. Add eggs, I 5
Sisters Attendants salt and peper; cook and stir i Alan Paine Imported Sweaters
:: I until set. Top with grated ,1. from England
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Mrs. Billy Wilsey Jr of cheese and reserved bacon.

.. Gainesville i sister of the Mrs. Jack Coleman Phillips Makes 4 servings. I i.... ..
: bride was matron of honor _. .
and Mrs. L. B. Southerland Little Miss Iris Ann Floydof III -'IIIIII- ,. -.,

Jr., Pensacola, sister of the Fort White, flower girl, I 4 _
bridegroom, was brldesma- wore a white frock with cor- ? _' .: '.
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tron. Miss Martha Wilson, al satin sash and headpieceof I Going to ", New Fall : -
sister of the bride; Miss Sus- coral satin.Nephew. Fashionsfor

: an Valentine of Spenard, '
.. Alaska, and Miss Lynn Tru- Carries Ring Let Us Know -

:: luck of High Springs both Southerland
Sandy nephew -
.. cousins of the bride, were r The Coed
: bridesmaids.The of the bridegroom, was Gainesville Area students entering colleges and universitiesfor Stylewise .
ringbearer.The the first year, or those returning to out of state schools t
:: gowns of the attend- bride's mother wore a will be listed Sunday, September 6. If you wish to be includedIn Villager An Exclusive with Donigan's
ants were of floor length light blue silk linen dress the annual story, fill out the form below and send
como coral satin and their matching accessories and immediately to the Women's Department of the Gainesville featuring a complete line of 0 '

circle veils were attachedto the bridegroom's mother Sun. DEADLINE FOR INFORMATION IS SEPTEMBER 1. '::, ,; Blouses, Dresses & Sweaters. .:. ;;:
double bows of matching chose a mint green silk I Please print or type information. --.,
satin. All carried spiral arrangements dress. Both mothers wore or- ti 'tf ::: Etienne Aigner Handbags

of pink cirna- chid corsages. NAME: Ladybug

tions and chrysanthemums.The For her traveling ensem- HortburtDonigan's
bridegroom had his ble, the bride wore a cran- ADDRESS: a

.. brother. Joe C. Phillips of berry red two-piece silk suit, {

Jacksonville, as best man. black patent accessories and PARENTS' NAME: '
Another brother, Bill Phil the white orchid from her .r.'

lips of Orlando; L. B. South- bridal corsage. I UNIVERSITY or COLLEGE: 1i
: erland Jr., Pensacola his The couple now on a wed S
.... brother-in-law; and Billy ding trip in the Smoky I i -
Wilsey Jr., of Gainesville, Mountains, will be at homein LOCATION: YEAR:
brother-in-law of the bridegroom Pensacola, where the
: and Lester Mayo of bridegroom is on duty at SUBMITTED BY: 1123 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. FR 6-2333 t

Atlanta were ushers. NAAS Saufiey Field.

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Leaving Saturday by plane from Jacksonville for New York Miss Ann Dell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell, will

will be Miss Cynthia Hale, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lester take her junior college work in Europe under New York City

Hale, who will spend her sophomore year at the American Col. Finch College's Inter Continental Study Program this )'ear. I
lege in Paris. She will visit her former Queens College room Ann, who will leave Tuesday with her parents for New York,
mate of last year before flying on to Paris. Cynthia will live will sail Friday aboard the SS Cristoforo Colombo for Spain.
with a French family and attend classes in the Educational Her college: year will be divided into two month .n"J d.ain Rome

Building of the American Cathedral.Barbees Paris, London and Madrid, where classes will begin in Sep

Postgraduate student Miss Helen Bell Jones, now vacation tember. She will return next June.

ing with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, will return -
to this rail to continue her operatic:
To Live HereMARION Hamburg, Germany,
studies. A coloratura soprano, Helen Bell has received her Exchange Pupil Honored at Informal PartyA

third scholarship grant from the German government to at-

N.C. The First .end Staatliche Hochschule for Musik. The young singer will swimming and slumber Miss Connie Elkins at the United States.

Methodist Church of Marion, give a concert here September 9 in the Medical Center Audi. party honored Miss A y fer home of her parents Mr. and Guests included the honoree,

N. C., was the setting for rium.: She is a graduate of Oberlin College. Yuksell, Gainesville High Mrs. W. H. Peterson. Miss Karen Bristow, M iss
the of Miss Vanda- Marianne Foresman and Miss
marriage School exchange student The guest of honor was pre-
lyn Brown, daughter of 'Mr. Pat H ennessey.
from Ankara, Turkey, Thursday sented with a blue leather at
Yuksell is
and Mrs. Charles M. Brownof Bridge Rehearsal/ Miss staying
Marion and Thomas Pen- a evening. scrap book to record events the home of Dr. and Mrs. Marion

land Barbee son of Mr. and The party was given by during her year's stay in the Foreman.

Mrs. William P. Barbee of
f NotesBy
Weaverville N. C., yesterday .r.

afternoon.The DinnerGiven

ceremony was performed JOHN CRAPS

by Rev. Don Payne, pas- Mrs. R. A. Scrafford and
tor. Nuptial music was provided
Mrs. R. W. Fountain were s
by Miss Rebecca Tay- first place winners in the
lor, organist and Mrs. Ever- North
South field at the
ette Carnes soloist.Artangements Wednesday evening gameof

of white the Gainesville Bridge Club Miss Helen Pittman of
chrysanthemums and gladioli t $< e.ik with 73 match points. There Gainesville and her Lance: ,

and floor candelabra holding were six and one half tablesin John Fletcher Daniel Panama
white tapers formed the altar f play and the average City were honored with a Lc'yy

decorations. M dgr North South score was 60, rehearsal dinner given Friday

Sisters Attendants East-West 70. night b y the bridegroom- cI

Attendants for the bride D. W. Bowman and R. H. elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

were her sister, Mrs. Spen- Harms captured second place John Francis Daniel in Panama

cer R. Cranford Jr., Chary with 68&, while Mrs. F. J. City.

lotte, N. C., matron'of honor; H Hoffer and Irving M. Holz. Miss Pittman is the daughter
Miss Frances Barbee 0 f man were third with 65. of Col. Lunsford C. Pitt

Weaverville, N. C., sister of Van A. May and Jay A. man (U. S. Army Retired;) Y
the bridegroom, bridesmaidand Jones Jr. led the East-West and Mrs. Lunsford of Gaines Y
Mrs. Charles M. BrownJr. contingent with 96% m a'tch ville.

., Norfolk, Va., sister in- '3 bn ;, points, an excellent score. The Pittman family who "
law of the bride, and Mrs. +, a ; t a r '0a Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Livingston left Wednesday for Panama "

William H. Barbee Macon were second with llVz, City are stopping at El Pan t- ; ,.1 .3.-\ ,
Ga., sister in law of the and Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and ama Motel. t
bridegroom, bridesmatrons.They Mrs. J. F. Wharton finished The Pittman Daniel nuptials A,'ark, \ -

wore ankle length as third with 69. will take place this
gowns of ming chiffon designed The club will hold its Mon- afternoon at the Tyndall Air Now morejippealing.tlian ever. .

in Empire style with day master point game at Force Base Chapel in Panama 'r
Irish green velvet trim at 7:30 tomorrow evening at the City with Capt. George C.
Mrs. Thomas Penland Barbee fIBEMJTYREST
the waistline and matching Recreation Center. Visitors Norsworthy, U. S. Air Force The TefiBoa

velvet bows in their hair. All .'jonn 1'r 1\. niier 01 W eavervilleN. piid_'-_, social, and Pm kappa are invited. chaplain, officiating.
carried bouquets of mixed C., and Eugene W. Boyd Phi, honorary.To By RALPH H. BLODGETTThe Following the ceremony, ..,

greenery. .of Atlanta and Leesburg, Fla., Live in Florida University City Bridge Colonel and :Mrs. Pittman will
Given in marriage by her ushers. Following a wedding trip Club held its monthly master entertain with a reception at ._ .s : '

father, the bride de wore soie a gownof and The bride's mother wore a in the North Carolina moun- point game on Wednesday eve- the Tyndall Officers Club. x.

white peau lace silk dress tains, the couple will live at ning at Weed Hall.
fashioned with gray over gray
Alencon lace and gray accessories and thebridegroom's 3145 SW Archer Road, Gainesville Harry C. Boardman and the I yX
train. Her fulllengthveil
chapel had ,
Fla. writer a lucky eveningand elf
of illusion, worn mantilla mother wore a took first place in the
Barbee will
Mr. begin graduate -
of blue lace and chiffon dress
style, had a matching edge North South direction. Cliff
studies at the Universityof
with white accessories. Both
She carried a
Alencon lace. Landers and Fred Pellum
Florida and Mrs. Barbee
of
mothers
wore corsages
of white rose
colonial bouquet white orchids. will be an editorial assistantin were second, and Mrs. Joe'
buds, ivy and baby's breath._ the UF department of phy- Moss and R. W. Jones were
Brother Best Man The bride is a graduate of
third.
f'lCJf.
Attending the bridegroomwere Brevard Junior College Bre-
A. Thigpen and T. Doyle led
his brother, William H. var.d, N. C., and the University -
Sec-
OES all the East West pairs.
Macon as best of Tennessee, where she Chapter
of
Barbee ond went to Mr. and Mrs. Dan
and Lt. (jog.j ) Charles M. received her degree in journalism Plans '
man SupperTo Roberts, and third to Miss
Jr. of Norfolk, Va., She was a member of Zt *
Brown and Mrs. Vir- ;
brother of the bride; Spencer the UT Journalism Club and observe the annual Robert -. Carol Windsor.Ruppert Ii! a.tfAtIt : :

n. Cranford Jr.. Charlo t te, the student newspaper staff. Morris night of the organization gina
----- club meets on
brother-in-law of the bride Before her marriage, she was Gamosville Chapter The again
copy editor of the Charlotte 44, 0. E. S., will hold a cov- Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at I
107 NW 15th Ter takM a lot of AOL to nk e a
i (N. C.) Observer.The ered-dish supper Thursday.The Weed Hall '
Survey Shows bridegroom, also a affair set for 6:30 p.m. race. All bridge players are food femilir frovp portrait. It r !iI. I
and
attend
Sheets graduate of Brevard Junior will take place at the homeof 1, invited to compete. w.. the Ua ot .M artttt to

Colored College, was graduated with Mrs. T. H. McRone 620 SE .,mri.a pIe c t mctoOAd GO AWAO, gins io. Take a few moments away from those unending bomemol'nct tasks

SymbolNEW honors from the University of Fourth Avenue. Members will I I BACKTOSCHOOL- ..nwd Lo.a .- and let BemHyieU refresh JO'f'.fcr your busy hocrj yet to come. YowU soon daccwer the J
Status Florida with a degree in me- enjoy swimming during the + thou ir. wonderful rest that con be yours, first by pausing.everyday what we tike to colt the
YORK In homes chanical engineering. He is a evening.In 1IpL It erf for tmdent"'Mbc Beoutyrest hour. .
closets contain a of the Florida Var- case of rain, the supper I
where linen member : SPECIAL aDd perfect timing to catch all KAUTYREST, the mattress where comfort begins and backache ends. Because Bcautyresl
of colored sheets, Basketball team. His will be held at the Masonic
good supply sity has bock-supporting that under the small of
art I separate springs push up your back you enjoytrue
bnt. It's an
be of at
more your ,
to Pi Al- you
likely fraternities are Kappa Temple.
there are I body-fitting comfort. And these same separate springs mean single-bed comfort even
than the average number of COLD WAVEgJ75O that our cameramen have studied in a double bed the heaviest husband can't disturb his wife's rest when he turns in his

sheets. I Business Law rraining BetterSecretaries I and mastered..and which you I sleep. There's no rolling together. Beautyrest will never, never sag.
a representative AccountingSpeedwriting I
Questioning sampling of American I an certain to appreciate whoa AND ECONOMY it's there in Beautyrest. Every endurance test proves this is the mattress
that lasts 3 Jimes longer than, ordinary connected coil mattresses.SO .
housewives, the Vat Dye Institute Gregg StiorthondBusiness, p I 'yoo' aea the ie.alts."Outstanding .
n reported that those English r8 s a.. COME IN TODAY. Make your selection from 24 models. Twin or full size, tufted.or new
i who owned colored sheets Business Word Power I Photography quilted Beauryrest still only$7950 .

could point to an inventory of Business PLENTY OF FREE'PARKING
In Gainesville Since 1933"
34 sheets and pillowcases, as 1 Correspondence
sheets and pillowcases Civil Service Training
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against
it which turned out to be I Business Spelling I FR 6-5323
w I Cost Accounting 'r INCLUDES
closet countyw'
linen
an average 1 821 N.W. 13th St. Lo-
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deduced Business : __ Haircut '
Several facts were I .
I; Typing G Shampoo
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One is that
from the survey. NM"Creom /5 Set
I 90 wpm in speedwriting
q colored sheets are more like- +I .I
& Gregg.
31h be of household I of the Crop Rating i
to a part
ly homemaker is 50 wpm in typing is our Classes Now Fo-m0 I Even by Appointment I .r
the
I where I pool .

$ more all ways fashion(clothes conscious, decorating in, : Howel! Business College PHONE 372.1575 I 2317 SW 13th St.

'a(o) etc.). _It also indicates higher HOUSE of BEAUTY Across From Jerry's Drive-In

1.4. income- 'since more supplies I 218 W. 'Uri verity, Avenue 376-3507 i 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd. 1

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Ro gersKnight11I1 .P re-Nuptial To Live Herer Parties Fete Nnnrv APnnPri: i

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Coffee ...;...i... Continuing the prewedding corated the living room and dison Pound Jr., Mrs. C. Ad-
events for Miss Nancy Pepper ivy arrangements were fea-
dison Pound Sr., Mrs. Leo
bride elect of John Carswell, tured on the porch.
Thomas, Mrs. W. M. Pep-
GivenMiss ; ">'." >>,{ of Hazelwood, N. C., two par- Guests included the
:
Jr. Mrs. Frank Miles
: ,
: per ,
.t : honoree her
ties were given last week. mother Mrs.
Mrs. William Adams.
Martha Jane Edwards, ;<:,:\o.'x,>, Thursday afternoon, a lunch- Pepper and her sister, Mrs. Miss
fiancee of Doug Davis of Val- S -' "' eon was given by Mrs..C. Ad- Appleton, Mrs. William GagerJr. Miss Linda Proctor
dosta Ga., was complimented \ 1< dison Pound Sr. and Mrs. C. ., Mrs. Carlos Proctor Mrs. Jane Johnston Miss Ann.AT- I
with .a coffee Thursday ": Addison Pound Jr. at the lat- Spurgeon Cherry, Mrs. W. B. now, Miss Martha Nay Sted- I
when Mrs Leo J. Thomas Sr. ; > "4 ter's home. McMullen, Mrs.Fanida Baker man and Miss Judy Mainess i

and Mrs. S. A. Hussey Jr. Guests included the honoree, Miss Laura Baker Mrs. C. Ad- _*f Jacksonville.lANIER'Si ;

entertained 25 guests. her mother Mrs. L. Calvert
y A The pre wedding courtesy, ,
Pepper; her sister, Mrs. Bill j
took place at the Thomas c.s!
Appleton of New Brunswick,
home.
'i.i N. J.; Mrs. William .GageV Summer
Those assisting the hostesses Lx, a Jr., Mrs. Beard
x Percy Mrs.
4 in the hospitalities duringthe $ *n!srtJc :! W. B. McMullen, Mrs. Fani- I I SALECONTINUES

.V morning were Mrs. C. Ad- : ,, da Baker, Miss Laura Baker, Clearance
$ dison Pound Jr., Mrs. J. N. x : Mrs. Grier Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
Anderson Jr. and Mrs. DennisK. r :'"''.:'
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<.,". i James E. Turbeville Mrs.
Stanley.The k:; a ' ,',qa -- Fit coffee table was centered S : : ;\ Myers, Mrs. James G. Fei- ALL SUMMER
f. with Queen Elizabeth rosesA $4 ta'S ber, Mrs. James G. Feiber
it : 'Y Y; i r pink and orchid color note x ;, Jr., Mrs. Covington Johnston. I .
+ DRESSES
in th RDUCEDONE[
,. > 4 was emphasized. Miss Ann Dell, Miss Jane
appointments.In ..;pc+ r Johnston, Miss Ann Arnow i
the living room, arrange- t Miss Martha Nay Stednam, ONE GROUP GROUP
ments of gladioli Fiji chry- l Miss Sharon Stednam and Values to $39.95
f 'YMrs.
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santhemums and berries were r I Miss Judy Mainess of Jack-
r used and on the porch, green I sonville.On $1000 $eoo
hydrangea and tropical foliage '
g
Friday evening, Mrs.
were arranged in pedestal
holder. Joseph Leonard HalbersteinST. Percy Beard and Mrs. Beall

AUGUSTINE Follow- mal gown of imported white Adams Beard home entertained with a at buffet the ALL OTHERS . .Price

': CalendarOf ing their wedding trip to Sidney silk organdy o'v e r taffeta supper followed by a linen .
Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. made with chapel train. Her
shower to fete Miss Pepper.A BRAS . 2.95 & 53.95 .
Joseph Leonard Halberstein, veil of illusion was held by a pale yellow linen cloth
k y will be at home in Gaines crown of seed and
a pearls se- was used on the serving table, MANY OTHER BARGAINS
EventsMONDAY ,
ville September 1. quins. She carried
y .. a nosegayof and a silver candelabra withan
aewa The couple exchanged their white roses, lilies of the
epergne of NEW FALL MDSE.
arrangement ARRIVING DAILY
Mrs. Henry Matthews Rodgers
marriage vows August 9 in and !
valley Frenched
carna-
August 24 cream colored Fijif chrysan- .. ..
Miss Gloria Ann Knight and was held by a blue satin bow. Gainesville Bridge. Club, the Knights of Columbus Hall tions centered with pink roses. themums and Shasta daisies
Henry Matthews Rodgers ex- 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. of St. Augustine with Rabbi Heidi and Linda Lichter formed the centerpiece. : A11E1R.I
William M. Rodgers serv- Women' of the Moose 8 Samuel Leib conducting the were flower girls. Yellow and white colors UI.. .
changed their nuptial vows ed as best man for his broth .
ceremony.The Brother Best Man
Moose Lodge. were used in all
p.m.
appointments. 7 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Saturday afternoon in the Ad- er. Ushers were Alfred
bride formerly Miss Marvin Halberstein
TUESDAY, August 25 Sidney Yellow chrysanthemums deI I
vent Christian Church with Jones and Bobby Johns. American Association of Lillian Friedman is the Ohio was best man for his 11 -- ---- -- -- -- ---- ----- ---
Rev. Dudley R. Gerald read The bride's mother chose a Universtiy Women, evening daughter of Mr. and Mrs. brother. Ushers were Boris ,

ing the double ring ceremonyThe pink lace dress with white bridge, 3 p.m. Miss Dorothy Abraham Raphael Friedmanof Mazo, Irving Kaplan and
accessories and the bride Smith, Mrs. John Hogan and St. Augustine.The John Dowling, all of Gaines-
bride is the daughterof groom's mother chose a blue Miss Delia Rosenberg host bridegroom is the son ville; Solon Freeman, Philip
Mrs. Joe L. Knight Sr. dress with white accessories.Both esses at the home, 3745 SW of Mr. and Ms. David Hal- Bernstein, Irving Lichter and
and the late Mr. Knight and wore white orchid cor Fifth Place.WEDNESDAY. berstein of Sidney, Ohio. Jerome Gamsey. s9nu v"J"b'O .ug29
the bridegroom is the son of sages. August 26 Two Bridal Attendants Following the ceremony, the gb .
Women's Club Attendants for the bride bride's parents entertained -
Mrs. Janie M. Rodgers and University
Home Reception Follows and Newcomers Group, Sum- were Mrs. Robert Bernard with a reception at the l.yns \ pW
James M. Rodgers.The Clein of Atlanta, matron of Monson Motor O
Lodge. {
Mrs. Knight entertain witha mer Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. WEE\
nuptial music was provided reception at her home following Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. honor, and Miss Miriam Guests from Gainesville attending ,
by Mrs. Curtis Williams the ceremony. Alex Bednarck hostesses, Bucholtz of Jacksonville, maidof included Mr. and Mrs.
organist, and Mr. Clubhouse, West NewberryRoad. honor. Joseph Silverman, Mr. and
Miss Clara Harvey and Both wore pink chiffon Mrs. Irvin Robbins, Mr. and
Dawson R. Zeigler, soloist. Mrs. Jack Cash served cake, Gainesville Bridge Club, dresses trimmed with satin Mrs. Leon Robbins, Mr. and First time ever!

Palms, floor candelabraand Mrs. A. T. McCullars Mrs.A. 7:30 Holiday Inn. and carried bouquets of pink Mrs. Alex Robbins, Mr. and
p.m.
arrangements of whi t e J. Harvey and Mrs. Kenneth THURSDAY, August 27 sweetheart roses centered Mrs. Sam Proctor Miss Lib- I

gladioli, pompons, and chry- Cash poured punch. Gainesville Chapter 44, with white roses. bye Mazo, Gene Silverman, Lady Towncraff
1 santhemums formed the altar Assisting with the hospi- O. E. S., covered dish sup- Given in marriage by her Irving Kaplan and John Dow-
decorations.The talities were Mrs. Dudley per in celebration of annual "Mher, the bride wore a for- ling.

bride was given in Gerald, Mrs. Bill Parslow. Robert Morris night, 6:30: I I
marriage by her brother Joe Miss Mary Ann Cash kept the p.m., Mrs. T. H. McRorie Shirts reduced! .

L. Knight Jr. of Venice, Fla. bride's book. hostess, 620 SE Fourth Ave- BACK TO SCHOOL .
She wore a ballerina-length Out of town guests were
gown 'of white Chantilly lace Mr. and Mrs. Terry Euring, nue.Colfax Rebchal, Lodge Two,
over taffeta featuring a bell Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. Bill 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Temple, WITH JANTZEN REG. 2.98 NOW
controlled skirt,of tiered lace Parslow, St.. Petersburg; 'Mr. 740 SE Second Avenue.
.. embroidered with seed pearls and Mrs. Kenneth Cash, Miss Gainesville High School Orientation -
and sequins. Her veil of illusion Mary Ann Cash, Morriston, session for new students -
:'I was held by a pillbox Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cash of 9:30: a.m., school au- ,
of Chantilly I lace embroidered Ocala and Mrs. T. E. Rodgers ditorium. 2 $5

fj, with pearls and se of Greenwood. S. C., FRIDAY August 28 for
quins. She carried a white grandmother of the bride Gainesville Bridge Club 9

Bible, covered with lace and I groom. a.m., Holiday Inn. 5 'rr.
topped with a white orchid, *
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lily of the valley and steph- < /4 .
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Mrs. Robert E. Haile sis-
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of honor and Mrs. Joe Knight We do expert 5,
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The attendants were gowned Sizes
alike in pastel blue peau Mats Non-Glare / ;s ts
d
de sole sheath dresses withan Portrait Glass
over skirt of pale blue
tulle. Their matching veils Heath's. House of Color
1 were attached to a circle
headband with bow. 523 W. University A".. FR 6-1206 \ 1

Little Miss Donna LeBuff '
flower girl wore a matching l 4
f blue frock and her tiny veil
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F I r Hither And Yon II f ;t ENGAGEMENTS .".C\."):\'ft.;:ii.: !tW-$



:3y RUTH WEIMEROff
., MurpheySpiveyDr. TODAY, August.23 Davis Aikin wedding par-
on a vacation trip to the South are Miss Edith .
and Mrs. : 'if' ty and out of town wedding
J. Hillis Miller, who left Friday for an Wedding of Miss Dorian
trip to Key Largo. They planned to stop with Edith's and Mrs. Milledge Mur- Mr. Spivey was also gradu- Ruth Post, daughter of Mrs. guests, 1 p.m., Mrs. Harry

Mrs. Roy Howard, and Mr. Howard before enplaning : phey announce the engagement ated from Stetson and was a : .' '>. ** :I Warren Post, and Donald Erb M. Philpott, 312 NW 23rd.

I Miami for Mexico City. of their daughter, Miss member of Lambda Chi Al- ., '. Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wedding of Miss Dorothy

Edith an "authority" on Mexico where she has made Martha Edwina Murphey, to pha fraternity, a nd Omicron ,."i'C i W. N. Allen of Chattanooga, Jeanne Davis, Washington,
.
many visits, will be a perfect travel-mate for Mrs. = .::. Jemoine Delta Kappa. wn !i Tenn., 2:30: pjn., North Cen- D. C., daughter of Dr. and -.
't Verley of
Spivey
who will see Mexico for the first time. son "
They will stay at !. tral Baptist Church. Reception and
Davis
Mrs. K.
Both listed In Who'sWho George ,
were
Maria Christina Hotel. After a week, the two will fly to ,; ) .it' Mr. and Mrs. Verley T. Spi- Students in ''' 0'' HY. I: following in Church Dining Dr. Arthur C. Aikin, Jr.,
qua to be houseguests of Dr. Wilson Popenoe at his vey of Jacksonville.The Among ; |: HalL
of
island home. American Universities and Washington, D. C., son
wedding is planned for Colleges.Mr. 1ftMiss Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Aik-
: TUESDAY
While Edith is August 25 -
her house
is
away being occupied by :
October 3. in, Gettysburg, Pa., 8:30
Bobbie-Jo.Wood' Washington, D.C., personal Spivey, a second lieu- l Luncheon honoring Miss p.m., First PresbyterianChurch.
Congressman "Billy" "Matthews. Bobbie Jo will be here Nedra- elen-l\Iutia-: Miss Murphey was gradu- tenant in the United States Edwina Sfurphey Martha Jane Edwards, bride- Reception following :
weeks and"manage. her boss's Gainesville office while ated cum laude from Stetson Army Reserve, will be sta elect of Doug Davis, Valdosta: in Fellowship Hall of the

is vacationing. University where she was a tioned at Fort Sam Houston, Ga., 12:30 p.m., Mrs. J. M. Church.
member of Mortar Board. San Antonio Texas.
Butler, 215 NE Ninth Avenue.
Arrivals of family members and guests at the George #
Davis home are scheduled nearly every day next week. Coffee for Miss Dorothy

daughter, Dorothy-Jeanne whose wedding to Authur MartinMaloneWINTER Jeanne D avis, Washington,
I Washington, D.C.,. is* to be an event of Saturday D. C., fiancee of Dr. ArthurC.

came home yeslerday from Washington. Aikin Jr. of Washington, 10 Ik /3
r Mrs. Davis's.father Wyatt Wood, who has been in ::1t ;. HAVEN Mr. and is currently enrolled as a.m. until 12, Mrs. Charles H.

r i with the Charles Sorrells for more than six months .. and Mrs. Roe Millege :Martinof a senior at Florida Southern Gilliland, 324 NW 24th.

rI r visifing his daughter, Margaret Simpson, and family in '.. ..... Winter Haven, announce the College, Lakeland. Supper and kitchen shower 1.
f N. :Y., will be.: here Tuesday. Coming with him for .. ,.:.. .. engagement and approaching ';lff complimenting Miss Nancy
:' marriage of their daughter, Lieutenant Malone was Pepper, fiancee of John Cars-
Jeajine's wedding js. ,her cousin, Barbara Simpson of .; .. P1.
V The Sorrells and their son, Warren will be home Miss Nedra Helen Martin, to graduated from Mercer Uni- well, Hazelwood, N. C., Miss I
I Thursday following a tour of the West Coast and the Lt. Robert Hardin :Malone III, versity, Macon, Ga. where he I Ann Arnow, Miss Jane Johnston e
Unifed Sfaies.since their arrival in California last June. son of :Mr. and Mrs. Robert was a member of Alpha Tau "Y I and Miss Martha Nay s
Hardin Malone Jr. of Macon Omega fraternity. He attended Stedman Gainesville Gol f
The "bridegroom-elect will come Thursday and f i I N
I Walter F. George School of t
and Club.WEDNESDAY .
Jeanne's. sister, Mrs. John Fedison, of Sarasota, Ga.A Law and was affiliated with ;I Country
Virginia-Da before her spring marriage, is expected .
t December wedding is August 26
day., Delta Theta Phi legal frater- : %'i"": -4

Mr. and Mrs J. Fred Guy public schools. being planned. ., 'I; i Luncheon complimenting
nity.He "'"
ano their daughter, Jane are Gray and Joy spent t .. Miss Martin is the niece of recently completed Offi- :Miss- Linda Register Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis,
in Lake City this weekend for summer at the home of \ Mr. and _Mrs. W. G. Long bride elect of Dr. Arthur C. L',
-wedding of Fred's niece parents the Hal Margaret E. Winn and Mrs. S, L. Bryan of Ar- cer Training School at Lack- Aikin Jr., both of Washington, Yt fA

Judith Ann Jopling, daughterof while they were in cher. She was graduated from land Air Force Base, Texas, Ii D. C., 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Al-

his sister, Mrs. Wallace M. where Hal taught at the Winter Haven Senior High and is now stationed at Moody len Y. DeLaney, Gainesville

Jopling Jr., and Mr. Jopling, versity of Hawaii. Hal School in 1961, attended Wes- Air Force Base, Ga., wherehe I Golf and Country Club.

to John Matthews Rue of Fort their daughter, Elizabeth, leyan College, Macon, Ga., is taking pilot training. ,THURSDAY, August 27 ,.
VaII ,..Ga. The wedding will Mark Constantino, Joe I i i' .
take T5taee" afternoon -in hannon and Phil Jones :: Coffee feting Miss Martha
I[ the' First Methodist Church spending the week in t ".. a Jane Edwards, bride electof
I
I and Jane is to be maid of mountain cottage on ,W,>._: :, HardeeDeen- -- -- Doug Davis of Valdosta, a 1
honor for her cousin. Winfield Scott, Ga., .;""" -t ,, i. Ga., Mrs. Gus McGriff 1020 F
The Guy's son, Jimmy, experienced Mary is at work CHIEFLAND Announce- September 6 has been set as NE Third.

I real winter days ning" before she res u ment of the engagement and the date of the nuptials.The Luncheon honoring Miss

and nights last week in Yel- teaching at P. K. Yonge. of Miss bride-to-be was gradu Dorothy Jeanne Davis, bride-
Yd w : approaching marriage
lowstone National Park, # to-be of Dr. Arthur C. Aikin
where he has worked this It DOES pay to advert Charlotte Ann Hardee daughter ated from Chiefland High Jr., both of Washington, D.C.,
:School and is now employed -
summer. Jimmy called home Earl May can tell you. ; ;f;/- of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. the Gainesville Sun. 1 p.m., Mrs. Marvin A.

Monday night to report on the An insurance ad Earl :f" Hardee of Chiefland, and by Brooker, 2244 NW Sixth Place.
snowstorm at the park. in the Sun recently listed The bridegroom elect was
Richard Deen of FRIDAY
Wayne son August 28
name and beside graduated from Trenton High
agency Miss Mary Lee Johnson
Mrs. Dan Deen of Trenton and
Now living in New Brunswick uncaptioned photo of I School and attended Lake Bridesmaids luncheon feting -
N. J., are the Gray Indian Geronomo and his the late Mr. Lee Deen, is made :City Junior College. He is now Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis -

Lewises, who left last week. In came a card to today by the bride elect's employed by the State Road JohnsonHarris bride elect of Dr. Ar-
r Gray will be'working on his from Jacksonville with t Charlotte Ann HardeeBridal parents. Department in Gainesville.RegisterSilber thur C. Aikin Jr., both of

I doctorate at Rutgers Univer- message: "Seen your ad Washington, D. C., by the
I sity, where he received an as- want some of that shotgun bride' mother Mrs. GeorgeK.

sistantship on the faculty. His surance. (Signed) Day Davis and her daught c rs, sheath with everythingthat

I wife, Joy will teach in the Crockett." Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sidney Miss Ruthanna Marie and fashion says yes to. Long

i LACROSSE Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Silber is a graduate of Johnson Jr. announce the engagement Miss Mary Ellen Davis, 1 p.
C.'L of their m., 1890 House of Ocala. skinny sleeves, little rolling collar
Orel A. Register announce the Mount Berry High School, daughter,
I Delaino-Carroll engagement of their daughter, Rome Ga., and is presently Miss Mary Lee Johnson, to Dr. SATURDAY, August 29 with disc and chain attached right
employed by Pan American Barney Harris Jr., son of Mrs. to it And the newest thing a
__ Given Miss Linda Register, to Her- Airways at Cape Kennedy.The William Barney Harris of Wedding of Miss Margaret
bert Silber, son of Mr. and sheath can wear-Its very own
Prescott, Ark., and the late McClamroch of Philadelphia,
Mrs. Jack Silber, Satellite wedding will be September Mr. Harris. button-button vest. This must--
Beach and High Springs.The 20 at4 p.m. in the An- Pa., daughter of Dr. and
: to Miss Jane Miss Johnson is
k Yr t tioch Baptist Church. a graduateof Mrs. James M. McClam- have YOUNG BRILLIANT outfit in
r fiancee of Lt. Gainesville i School.
1 bride elect is a grad- High
ati roch and
Dr. Surinder K. black acetate and rayon crepe
Wayne Arnau of Jack- uate of Santa Fe High School Friends and relatives are She received her A. A. de- Mehta of of
Philadelphia, ton
a luncheon was giv- and is employed by McDonnell invited to attend the weddingand gree from Central Florida Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of with rusty red cotton suede vest:

at the Gaines- Aircraft Corporation, Cape the reception following at Junior College. New Delhi, India, 10:30: a.m., or In dark brown with muted
IIiI iI Golf and Country Club. Kennedy. the LaCrosse Club House." Dr. Harris received his home of the bride's parents. brass.

6 for the pre- B. S. degree from Oklahoma Luncheon for bridal party

party.were Mrs. Karl State University, Stillwater, and out of twon guests immediately -I
.,. wI Mrs. Karl R. WinnCrawfordLAKE Okla., his master's degree following, bride's USE CENTRAL CHARGEGainesville's
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k Jr., Mrs. Robert from Louisiana State Univer- parents hosts at the Gaines-
Mrs. L. K. Midgette BUTLER The en- ship at the University of sity and his Ph. D. degree ville Golf and Country Club. 4q:4
: Dale Midgette. gagement of Dr. Margaret E. Texas, Medical Branch in Gal- from Oklahoma State. At pre- Luncheon honoring Miss

I' were seated at a Winn of Jacksonville, daughter veston, where she completedone sent, he is an assistant professor Nancy Pepper, bride electof
table appointed in of Mrs. W. F. Winn of year's residency in psy serving as assistant ex- John Carswell, Hazelwood, Most Fashionabtt

+ white. A milk glass Lake Butler and the late Mr. chiatry. She completed her tension diaryman at the UnI- N.C., Mrs. John E. Merrill, Address"
aP Winn, to Thomas M. CrawfordJr. residency in psychiatry at the versity of Florida. He is a Gainesville Golf and Country 105 W. Ur crsty: Avenue
holding summer son of Mrs. T. H. Craw Lafayette Clinic in Detroit. member of Phi Sigma and Club. Phone FR 6-6348
centered the table
marked ford of Jacksonville and the She is now practicing psychiatry Sigma Xi honorary and professional .Buffet luncheon honoring i ..-- -
place was late Mr. Crawford has been in Jacksonville. Dr. Winn fraternities. --J

x 'P miniature bouquet. announced by the bride-elect's is a member of Alpha Epsilon Wedding plans will be an-

I'j Z{ M : were of presented chrysanthe-to mother. Omega sorority.The nounced.andaaatch. BACK TO SCHOOLwith

Baughan her mother, Wedding plans will be an- bridegroom elect was .., .. ..
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% Denver Baughan, and nounced. graduated from the University ,..::.X.. .F'll: : : :i':':::: :..?..:::+:}.:..
t<= moth- of Florida, where he received :: ; X. :;:
The bride elect was grad- ; iKit.
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his B. S. degree in ...
William. M. McLane uated School from the and Union Florida County State business administration and ::.. :'.. TEX 'N' JEANS
High '; ; '
his law degree. He is a mem
of the hostesses She did With
j pre- University. graduate ber of Phi Delta Phi legal color.coordinated. -. 1q -
the bride-to-be with a work at the University of

Rochester, Rochester, N. Y., fraternity. i ,
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guests included the and received her M. D. Degree Mr. Crawford served five r \1
@IImI@ l&f ; .
1 Kirs. George Thomas Delaino Mrs. Baughan, Mrs. from the School of Medi- years in the U. S. Army and j; p r
I I Mrs. Albert G. Love, cine at the University of Mi- attained the rank of captain.He %' tmD@SS :4 # ,.x r

'Miss Frances Gr-* Carroll Fehmerling and Ronald G. Love Jr., Mrs. ami, Miami, Fla. is now practicing law in .'<< ..:.:>.
became the bride of GEorge. ..Is: Sommesse, Mrs. les- O
Dr. Winn served her intern- Jacksonville.
Thomas Dejaipo during a Flower girl was Little Mrs. John

noon weddingAugust ;15 in Kathy Carroll, sister of Mrs. John J. Fisch-
the University'M e t h o d r s-t. bride, who wore a of Jacksonville. LOOK TO B-L SHOE DEPT. FOR THE FINEST in fashion! fit & selection .

I Church with Rev. John M. dress of yellow dotted Susan Bakewell of
minister. Tim Delaino cousin of
'I, Sikes as officiating bridegroom, was r ; Miss Jennie Murph- A really

The bride is. the daughterof bearer. Sandra Edwards,
Mr. and'Mrs. James W. Anne Chipley, Miss well-made shoe r
The bride's mother .'
Carroll of Lake Butler and Jones, Miss Martha a skilled
the bridegroom is the son of beige linen lace suit Miss'Ann Ar- r- and careful ;
white accessories and
Mr. and Mrs. William E D;I- Miss Mary Wilson.
The fitter.
rose
aino of Cedar_Key. corsage.
groom's mother' wore You can't have
I, Yellow and white gladioli aqua linen sheath, white : :
and chrysanthemum adorned one withoutthe PROPORTIONED
cessories and had a l+!
the altarl of white roses.Assisting other -
Musio- fcr .the cerera n y in the ho Tt1E to take J-E-A-N-S

was provided by Mrs. I 'd ties at the reception, 1RIDE R 11 E J

Wirtala, organist, and H. B. by the bride's parents h t.lltlla proper care REINFORCED WITH DUPONT NYLON
Hodgkins, tenor. Lounge of Wesley s. SHOE of wmgfooL

Miss Sherron Lee Carroll, tion, were Mrs. Roy M. I E FAVORITE SPOT ,,1tS) tHI\. REM You're sure ,SLIMS ANDREGULARS :
sister of the bride, served as wan, Mrs. Thomas IN TOWN TO / tHE gkOE THAT UMt)last HUSKIES
maid of honor. Miss Barbara Mrs. Ben Meyer and MEET FOR NOON ; to find both -

Watson. Miss Suzanne Bar- Carolyn Garner. W.LUNCH.UNIVER. AVE. l / of them here. Sizes 3 thru J 12. 27 thru 36 waist. .
aw,. Miss Evelyn V/alrath The newlyweds, both i

and Miss Doris Walrath are students at the Navy . . 2.98
were bridesmaids.All of Florida, will make ; Navy . 3.98

wore floor length home on Lake Wauberg, Beige-Olive-Blue Beige . . 4.50
gowns of yellow dotted Swiss canopy following a 2.98 and 3.50
and carried bouquets of trip to Fontana Dam, N. !I TEAMWORKBoys'
white pompon daisies. .-
Yellow Gowns Worn Use Your Central Charge
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\. The bride, who was givenIn EDMUND DWYER

marriage by her father, "
wore a white satin gown r ElectrologutUNWANTED and Girls' Styles -
with silk lace train. Her I Priced according to sizr

shoulder-length was held
5.98 to 11.98
by a crown of match'nhce.' i ;

She csrricd a bouquet of white: a J
carnations and stephanotis. FORt yo.;;t o: CENTRAL CHARGE. THE STORE WITH MORE J
altdinRr A""nn- 1tl'uAahr -
man was John Row- e r. "' GAINESVILLE SHOPPING
Est CENTER
B-L CHI jELAYAWAY
land, cousin of the bride- Appointment Only 302 NORTH MAIN STREETS "tots VJtfJ teet's
Ptsess Cell FR 2-803
Ushers included
Wayne groom. Carroll, brother of the 107 West- University- - -Avenue- .10' East University Ave. FR 2-4061
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2.-. .Gainesville. Sun Sunday. August 23, .1964

,.. -S- Lynn Meeker i 1-SilwlJJnnir;


LADIES SPORTSWEAR DEPT.
Lynn Meeker, formerly with Blanch'sBeauty'
Shop on West Universit
Avenue, has relocated at Ashley
: Beauty Center at 16th Avenue 'on
Millhopper/ Road. Available Tuesda' The Duchess Maincoat*
through Saturday, Lynn's new phor.
is Gets Its Dash -..- .
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Nrni : the I. FR 2-5005 e From the Finest( Man-Tailoring
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NEW I .. : .
Lukens, the I I
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publicans, MON. TUES.WED. NOONSPECIALS .c -
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Republican I I I I t :
very young i I
could i C1IJ ,

kens has done :, .
Republicans ';, oC
program to I
and suffuse it 1 521 N.W. 13th St.

ism.Lukens I
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to 100 young
slipped into "MAXWELL HOUSE" '
enemy ranks. :
that within 10 : .' '.
these agents : : INSTANTCOFFEE .
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mentators, .
torialists to I, ,. I
cier reading \

thought Lukens this I II I I

way through. ; I

Press pothetical i 10 OZ. JAR I
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his ated fraternity from t\: ZipS \ ...: I I It

lined 29 it ::1 : ,;
up a $ ".,. I
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become a -

years Young, but I j I .
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to chuck it
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luck he is
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tee of $150 I i ( (LIMIT: 3 with your $3 or,more food order please) "- ...
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immediately "PILLSBURY" or "BALLARD" I
is ordered to I "

tor stations alone and I, by London Fog9
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thug For opening a year : BISCUITS8OZ.
around with
poker and 1 The Duchess was designed by London Fog to be a woman's
he has to go all-weather favorite.So they put their best man-tailoring intoit.
dren's I .Enjoy the dashing look of this coat,and the practicalityof
get the police II I .
exclusive Calibre Cloth it's made of-a
of bed, and sit
water-repellent blend of 65% Dacron polyester and
to
listening He begins to C 35% cotton,that's completely wash-and-wear. .. ..
ation of his \ And special Third Barrier construction through the back
Yale suit CANLIMIT and shoulders gives extra rain protection.In .
wherever he I
a wide range of colors and sizes, $35.00
the sharp I
'Du Ponrs tm.
ret
police I
in saloons,
confessions of I
and sipping .'.
( : 3 with your $3 or more, food order please' ) /"


Yale ers.One door: Club until day' Y'S I I "ARMOUR STAR" + ct:1 ,

vouches for ALL MEAT!
he sees his : 1 1t
are 1I t
Europe and I WIENERS
the big board. i I
"That's old
per to one 12 OZ. PKG. t tr
"Smells like
of jail."
"I hear '
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Republican at I t r
Later, '
conspicuous.him to meet

can no longer
become a ii iw t
going to ( f: 2 with your $3, or more, food order please)
brother,
on so well at
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Jolly's ,. Each 69c '
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A; pieces of merchandise priced i to i off becauseof

OPEN 4

OP THE MOtyTH BUYS of broken' colors etc.
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'.. 'TIL 9:00:

MONDAY, THURSDAYAND STARRED ITEMS ARE NEW OR SPECIALLY PURCHASED MERCHANDISE PRICED

IlL FRIDAY NIGHTS. 800 YARDS AS LOW AS MARKDOWNS. I ICLEARANCE


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MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE COTTONS'i 37 COMPACTS, Were 1.99 ... NOW 1.39

SUMMER & MEDIUM WEIGHTSUITS i 138 MISSES', WOMEN'S 23 TREJUR BATH OIL,

Were 2.00 . . . NOW 1.39
WERE 59ct< & JUNIORS' DRESSES,

Were 8.99-12.99, NOW $4-$9 33 SHOE COLOR, Were 1.00 NOW 59c

WERE 32.95-125.00 to 79<2 yd. ,-
51 6-MINUTE NAIL TREATMENT KITS,

-NOW 19.9099.90Kuppenheimer. NOW 120 MISSES', WOMEN'S Were 3.50 . . .. . NOW 1.99
& JUNIORS' DRESSES,

Botany 500 Style-Mart and 29* yard Were 14.99-19.99, NOW $10-$13 18 Were REVLON 2.25 SHAMPOOS. .,_ _.. NOW 1.50
Botany Student Suits. .

.. 40 MISSES', WOMEN'S & *54 FABERCE SPRAY

200 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE LONG & OR 4/1.00 JRS'. BETTER DRESSES, COLOGNES . . SPECIAL 2.00
SHORT SLEEVED SPORT &

DRESS SHIRTS, 2nd Floor Were 22.99-69.99, NOW $15-$30 Street
Were 2.99-6.95 . NOW 1003.00 Piece Goods Shop, Cosmetics, Accessories Shop, 'floor

100.MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE TIES, 11 EVENING DRESSES,

.=- "Wfre 1.50-10.0Q ... NOW 99c-5.00 OPEN YOUR CBA NOW! \ NOW $8-$35
Were 19.99-55.00,
*180'"CRAIG NOBLE" DRESS SHIRTS, --- CBA IS WILSON'S
:-'SHORT SLEEVES . SPECIAL 1.99 OWN CONTINUING \ 2nd Floor 344 PAIRS SEAMLESSNYLONS
C B A
MEN'S BANLON & NYLON CHARGE ACCOUNT Dress Shop.
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STRETCH SOCKS, ABC eNO DOWN

Were 1001.50 .... NOW 69c-1.00 PAYMENT! LAST WEEK! 10% OFF BUY 3 GET 1 FREE
*300 MEN'S FAMOUS C BA e SIX MONTHSTO (4 PAIRS!)
MAKE WALK SHORTS PAY! REGULAR PRICES OF ALL

Were 2.99-6.95 . NOW 2.00-3.99 SPECIAL 1.99 box

125 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE I COATS, MINK OR SQUIRREL
100 INFANTS' DIAPER SHIRT SETS
KNIT POLO SHIRTS, WERE 1594.99 . .. .NOW 1003.00
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MEN'S FAMOUS WERE 1.99 . . .'. . .NOW 50c: ,
100 Were 2.99 NOW
99c-1.99
45 INFANTS' PINAFORE DRESSES.
MAKE SWIM TRUNKS, WERE 19912.99 . .. .NOW 1007.00 LAST WEEK! 60 LADIES
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50 INFANTS' SHOES & SANDALS Were 4.99-8.99 NOW 2994.99
75 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE SHORTIEOR WERE 2.00-2.50 . .. NOW 1002.00 LADIES ORLON OR WOOL SWEATERS,
REGULAR PAJAMAS, 42 INFANTS SUMMER PAJAMAS 7 PCS. SAMSONITE SOFTSIDE LUGGAGE
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SCANT BRIEFS, 38 WERE INFANTS 1.99-2.50 SUNSUITS. .. .. .NOW 1502.00 MISSES & JUNIORS SUMMER BLOUSES,
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50 INFANTS' CRIB BLANKETS & QUILTS, Were 2.00-3.00 NOW 99c-1.99
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100 "YIPEES", MEN'S SCUFFS BY RIPON, WERE 3.99 . . . .. .NOW 2.59 Were 9.99-27.95 . NOW 40015.00
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250 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE WERE 14,99 .. . . .. ..NOW 11.99 40 2-PC. SPORTSWEAR SETS, Street
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30 MEN'S
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8B JoinesviUe Sun Sunday August 23, 1964

SALVATION ARMTS AIM:

Your Sunday Visit To



. THE LIBRARY II Help, Faith for the Displaced


... ....
The Play, the Ballad of the .; "Letters from the Peace
Sad Cafe," Carson McCuIlers' Corps" (Iris Luce) collectionof I By GEORGE MIMS "Through religion, we try The Salvation Army is a hot supper, a bath, a bed and unwed but are soon to be mothers -

:Novella, adapted to the stage uncensored letters from the Gainesville's Salvation Army to rehabilitate and rectify the church of the Protestant faith breakfast in the morning. those in need of psychiatric -
meets the needs of transient that have been done and conducts weekly Sunday treatment or rehabilitation -
:i>y Edward Albee. Houghton first band of Peace Corps volunteers wrongs "Our aid is primarily with .
people where other in infividual who School classes well from alcoholism."Out
Mifflin Co., 1963. ; "It's Your Money"Ladislas agenciescease the life of the as as a transient cases who cannot

( Farago) a reporton to function. comes to us for help," said complete church pro gram, find help from other agencies," of the 20 unwed motherswe

. By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN how tax money is squand- Now in a temporary locationat Capt. Guy Smith, commanding which is fundamentally orien- he said. counseled last year, we
22 SW Second St., the Sal- !officer of the Gainesville corps. ted having a strict interpretation "
: In 1951 Carson McCullers ered and mismanaged; "The were able to assist 13 of them,
vation Army continues to make "The Salvation Army puts of the Scriptures.The Though much of the work
her short novel, Analytical Engine" (Jeremy he said.
published religion the most important I religion where there was noth- .done is with the transients who
Bernstein) explanation of
Ballad of the Sad Cafe. here offers Sunday
The
of its corps that the
activities.
computers for the layman '"< cf part ing before, he added. wander from place to place, Smith explained
It is a strange and haunting ; night worship services, a vacation "cannotbe
the faces a real need agency feels that one
"Can Small Business Survive agency
which probes human love Bible school and a sum-
story about God if he is hun-
with local people. told
and grief to' their deepest lev ? (William Proxmire) k mer
advise on how small businesscan ,,_::;..... ._.. _. ._... ._ (Samesuilk iunRELIGION camp. gry and lonely. The basic phil-
els. It has been called the sad- u .u "We try to remember those "We administer to individ- osophy behind all we do for

'dest story in the English lan help itself; "The PrivacyInvaders" MRS. HENDRICKSON in need the year around," uals who have lived in Gainesville the less fortunate of societycan

guage and has been pointed out (Myron Brenton) Smith said. "Not just at for less than a year, for be summed up in our mot-

by some critics as a tale which how the "investigation industries" Christmas-time." under Florida law, an individual to, 'Heart to God and Hand to

will become a classic.It are destroying privacy. To Head For those who are on the who has lived in Gainesville Man'," he concluded.The .

is not a story of dea'h and I Science move but have nowhere to go, .for less than one year is considered Salvation Army is a

destruction, not except for the Salvation Army provides a : a transient and is un-
"Challenge to the Poles"John UnitedCo'
member of the
GHS able receive aid from the agency
to
is it markedby Dept.Mrs. .
one epic scene ( Grierson) of .
history n i t y Fund of Gaines
state elf agencies,
w are
violence. It is simplicity it-
aviation "Okee" Dor-
polar ; ( ville.
self. It all happens in a small, othy Wisbeski-story) off an otter Cela Hendrickson is the First Alliance Smith said. I

more dead than alive.mill. kept as a pet; "Zephyr" new director of student activi- to Occupy These individuals may re- ..!

town in the deep South and is (Charlotte Truepeney-life) of a ties at Gainesville High School eive from the Salvation Army, l

the story of Miss Amelia, a tiny "blue" monkey on an African -this year. I j free of charge, clothing, furni- Power of Prayer
woman so tall and mannish, so ure. food. or a sum of moneyo
farm "The Oysters of Lormariaquer" She replaces Mrs. Catharine
;
unloved and so grotesque that (Eleanor Clark-I Selle who will be working in I New Church Building Today I pay for medicine or a doc I Itor's Dear Editor:

she is almost' more a freak thana the ,story of oyster cultivationin I guidance counseling.Mrs. I prescription. \ "How con I

woman. In her past is Marvin northern France; "Man Before Hendrickson has been al Last year, the local corps. have faith
devil- Today is moving day for the Alliance Church lot is a larger
Macy, a flaunting families 4,071 piecesof I .
education teacher provided
at
Adam" (Robert Silver- physical ) i in God when
may care man whom in a'' berg-a) history of man's discovery -! GHS for 13 years. She also has First Alliance Church as the chapel, plus Sunday school clothing, more than 800 : 3 I see so

strange moment, she, marriedbut of his own ancestors. been in charge of the cheer- I first services are held in the rooms. To be built adjacent to pairs of shoes, 469 orders of much : pain,

at once drove from her leaders and majorettes. partially completed first stageof that chapel is the third stage, groceries, 215 pieces of fur- : lc._ f f
s u e ring,
home and from town. In. her Travel the church's proposed build- niture, and 37 different types !

present is Cousin Lymon, a pit-' "Double Vision" (John, I' ing complex at 2400 NE 15th an educational unit, with construction of medical aid. : LI and cqtast -
and Catholics Plan of the 1 r o p h e in
iful hunchbacked dwarf, Knowles) a Near East travelogue St. a sanctuary During times of emergencies "

around her are the people of which sheds new light The congregation has previously last of the long-range project the agency provides disaster -: the world?

the town, some kind but mostof on American life; "The Eng- To Use English been meeting at Howard 1 plans. aid. Coffee, doughnuts, I
them curious and spitefuL and sandwiches are given free Answer: Theologians
lish Lake District" (Molly Le- I
Junior
From the encounter of Miss febure) the history, scenery In Sacraments S Bishop High. i I Rev. Smith, who assumedhis of charge to searchers, rescu- say there is no universal

Amelia and the dwarf grows life and architecture of The first unit when completed post here recently, followed ers, and victims. answer to satisfy our

the cafe, a social center for this picturesque section; "Af- WASHINGTON (AP) Roman will house both the parson- the interim pastorate of his "We sup p lied furnit u r e, human minds, just as

the town where good food and rica to Me" (Emily Hahn) : Catholic priests in the age and separated by a breezeway I MiltonJ. clothing, and other necessitiesto there are no answers to a
drink are served and where penetrating observations from United States will substitute a small chapel. father in law, Dr. 17 burned-out families last I million other mysteries

ease and companionship reign. several visits over ayear! English for Latin in administering The chapel goes into use to- Scripture of Keystone year," Smith said. I which our limited under-

With Cousin Lymon to pity period; "Of Ships and Men" sacraments and sacramen- day, and the pastor, Rev. Heights. Mrs. Smith is the for- In addition, counseling is given -' standing cannot compre-
and to care for, Miss Amelia mer Faith Scripture. to women who are
(Alan Villiers) anthology tals beginning Sept. 14. Frank D. Smith, and his family young hend.

becomes kindly and the town showing the sea's influence on Archbishop John F. Deardenof will move into the parson- Prior to coming to Gainesville -

benefits. The return of Marvin men; "Persia Revisited" (Anne Detroit, chairman of the U.S. age next month. Smith was pastor of Alliance !- 1st Christian Those who do researchin
Macy brings this happy set-up
Mehdevi) return to Persia much simpler subjects
Bishops' Commission of Liturgical churches in New York
to a crashing end in a tartling I SMITH Next to be constructed on the
and her husband's family. usually find unfathomable -
and brilliant finale. Apostolate, announuced the and Pennsylvania. The churchhe Plans Vacation
change Friday.The established in Beaver Falls, riddles therein which
This in brief, is the story and Fiction
change coincides with the 1st Methodist Plans Pa., is now ministered by his they cannot explain.So .
from it Edward Albee has fash- "Snow in the River" (Carol Church School
opening of the third session of
ioned a drama of the same brother-in-law.
Brink) the lives of 3 brothers -
the Vatican Council in Rome with
we must start
name and has managed, in I immigrants to Idaho from where the question of the shift ServiceThe Special music will be featured First Christian Church SW : recognition that the
his stage production, to repeatthe Scotland "Biffen's Millions'P. Vesper
; !
almost unchanged from Latin to English in partsof at today's "moving in" Second Ave. at Eighth St., will world is full of mysteries
story Wodehouse
( G. another
) I
the Mass will be discussed. worship service at 11 a.m. Sun- have a daily vacation church end th"t man and his
from the original version. It I delightful cream puff by the First Methodist Church Mason another active choir
Friday's order does not affect day school will meet at 9:45, school this week from 7 to 8:30 circumstances are no ex
is a brilliantly fabricated here'play ;ageless' creator of Jeeves; the language of the Mass. at 419 NE First St., will hold i member and soloist at the and the youth and adult fellow I ception.

du-Heating the atmosp "The Chestnut Tree" Evelyn I the third in its series of summer I church, began singing with the will meet at 6:45: p.m.There
ship groups be classes for all
and the underlying truth of the mellow will ,
Page) refreshing, ]
musical services First Methodist Choir in 1933
novel.It vesper p.m. followed by the evangel- including adults, and the' The reason doubtingmen
novel about the destruction of Revival SlatedIn ages
this afternoon at 5 o'clock in and has given freely of his
istic service at 7:30
:
would be a shining experIence -'security in the changeless! p.m. school will be concluded each eventually come to
the sanctuary.The time and talent to the musical i
to see it played. Barring world of Philadelphia Mainlin- night with a fellowship period I faith in God is that all
soloists for this service of the church. !
that to read the play is almostas ers; "Beer in the Snooker NewberryNEWBERRY program Won't MeetThe and refreshments. Children and the understandable evidence -
will be Madge Johnson, so- Mrs. Fogel began her studyof I
good. Its wording is more Club" (Waguih Ghali) the young people of other churchesare in their personal!
Church 137 prano, George Mason, bass, violin in private lessons in I'
flexible than many plays so serio-comic vicissitudes of a Unitarian Universalist invited to attend. Mrs. lives leads them to their
A revival will begin tomor- and Vivian Fogel, violinist. Kansas City, Mo. She attendedthe
that the stage directions read young citizen of N ass e r's I Fellowship has suspended its Gwen Kilgore is in charge according belief. Their beginningfaith
'row night at the Corinth Bap- Mrs. Johnson, who studied Kansas City Junior College
almost smoothly and con- "What Time Collects" the J. Em-
as Egypt; Sunday meetings until Sep to pastor, stimulates growing
tist Church in Newberry. voice with Delbert Sterrett of where she played ensemble and
:..:
nect almost as well with the (James Farrell) the second tember 13. mett Moore. belief until intimate experience -
Scheduled to run through Sat- the UF, attended FSU where chamber music. After movingto
had been writ- .
dialogue as if it part of a new quadrilogy that far outwe'nhs
urday evening, the services are she with the school choir. Gainesville, she continued to
ten to be read and not plajed.! began with "The Silence ofHistory" sang doubt oenerated by
If you have seen the play ; "Hang the Little to be led by Rev. Lacy Conwayof She has been a member and a I play violin with various groups I any the mysteries.

and it had a long and success- Man" (John Creasey) the i Starke. According to t he soloist in the First Methodist and has been a member of the ; GAINESVILLENURSING

ful season on Broadway the latest Roger West mystery; Church's pastor, Rev. M. O.! Choir for 15 years, has helped First Methodist Choir for 13 Write
all backto Lancaster, the revival meetings with church school music in your questions
reading will bring it "The Man Who Did" (David years.
you. If you have read the Bolt) story of a man who will start nightly at 7:30, the children's division and is All members and friends of comments, or quotations
I CENTER O. Box 13
P.
novel reading the play will profoundly affected the lives of with special messages and mu- pianist for the Cum Dubl Sun- First Methodist are invited to to Norwalk Editor, ( ,

make it even more alive. If it others. sic featured. day School Class. attend this worship service. Conn. Copy-
right Efco) This public
is all new to you this stage
version will bring it to you in service sponsored by:
A Modern Nursing; Home
all its gentle humor and som- Church
ber pathos. And you will see Community Directory13th Centrol Air Conditioning JONES-JOHNSON

in it the quality which makes Facilities now being enlarged to 100

the novel great, that universal-: GAINESVILLE CHURCHES St., services at 11 a.mJ St. Michael's, 2180 Milhopper Nazarene ,. bed capacity to meet Gainesville's future needs. FUNERAL HOME
it from
it" which enlarges a
and 7:45 Road, Holy Communion at 8 First Church of the Nazar-
p.m. week for
Patients accepted by day term
minor episode: in a small townto Advent Churches or long care.
Pine Grove Baptist Church. a m.; family service at 9:30. < a drama or tha human spirit.As Okus 311 S. MAIN ST.
A. ,
one critic has said: "The Advent Christian Church, 617 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at Holiness it 10:45: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I A. Mgr.

scene is Everywhere and the NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Eliam ,Pentecostal, SW Archer Trinity Church of the Nazarene (Catherine Okui RN
926 NW 31st Ave. services FR 6-5361
protagonist is Everyman witha and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger Ridgeview Baptist Church, Rd., services at 11 a.m. : PHONE 376-6214
at and
11 7:30
hump on his back." Memorial Advent NW 19th St., services at 11 and 7:30 p.m. a.m. p.m.

Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., a.m. and 8. p. m. Lake Forest Pentecostal Holiness University Ave. Church of the ------ --
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30: J Nazarene, 3545 W. Un.\'. Ave., : ,
books will]]I -
The following new Westside Baptist Church, Church, services at 11 a.m. ,services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30
be available tomorrow at the p.m. 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat and7:30p.m. ;
p.m.
library: Alllaoce Churches 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. University Pentecostal Holiness .- _, ........".::,, ...
Presbyterian '" n :..". < -.
r. ,
.
General Interest CatholicSt. Church Odd Fellows temple + .- 1
"How to Get Money for Col- First Alliance Church, 2400 NE Augustine Chapel, 1738 at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serv- First Presbyterian Church, : "

ege" (Benjamin Fine) ref.. 15th St., services at 11 a.m. W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 I Ij I

erence book with informationon I and 7:30 pm. 9:30 and 11 ( .m., daily mass Inter-denominational a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I

loans scholarships jobs. .First.. .Allianr...._.. *>. RUhnn-. :." r -.Tr-" Mon. through Fri. at 6:30 a.m. I Grace Presbyterian Church!

High, 1S01 NE 9th St., services and 5 p.m.. Sat. at 9 a.m. Confession -' Ga aes\We Drive-In Churrh.Hawt'lorne ,,3146 NW 13th St., service at 11'

at 11 am. and 7:30 p,m. Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri. at,: Road, service at a.m. 1'
UF Accounting 5 8:30 a.m. Highlands 1 Presbyterian: .
p.m.St.
Assembly of God The Salvation Army, 22 SW Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave., serv- -, -
Head AttendConference First Assembly of God, Wal Patrick's Church, 704 NE 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. J ;; 8 1Y.1.

to do ,Road, services at 11 ajn. 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, 7:30 p.m. Kanapaha Presbyter Ian !/ t P" : Ir
i 10:30 and 12 1. iI1
and 7:30. pin a.m. noon. Jehovah's Witnesses Church, Archer Road past i

Baptist I ChristianFirst Kingdom Hall' of Jehovah's Medical Center, ,service at 11 << ZJ ;_ J I II IJ

Christian Church, SW i Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave, a.m. t' "
Calvary Baptist Church 2500 :;
CHICAGO Willard E. Stone, ; 4k
2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at -
service at 6:30 Quakers ,I
head of the accounting department -SE 15th St., services at 11 11 a.m. p.m.
i a.m. and 7:30 p.m. LutheranFirst Religious Society Friends,
: at the University of Id
!
3S educators Carol Estates Baptist West Side Christian Church Lutheran Church, 1801 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at 414
is
Florida, among 4
meeting at Littlewood Elemen- /
NW 5th Ave. services at
8:30
from the U. S. and Canada who Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, 11 a.m. 1
School cafetorium 812 NW I
tary ,
and 11 .
will meet at Northwestern University -services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 a.m.Gethsemane Unitarian-Universalist ; Iit
34th St., service at 11 a.m. Lutheran
.
August 27-29 to discuss Unitarian Universalist Fellowship }
p.m.Eastside Church, 1S05 NE 12th St., service :
Christian Scientist 1204 NW 10th Ave.,
ways of teaching prospec- Baptist Church 1501
tive businessmen how to use E. Univ. Ave., services at 11 Christian Science Church, 420 at U a.m.University Sunday school and services' I-1iir

numbers in making decisions.The a.m. and 7:30 p.m. SW 12th St. Service at 11 a.m. Lutheran Church. both at 11 a.m.AREA c : I
1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at: CHURCHES I
conference will draw on Faith Independent Baptist Church of Christ 11 a.m.

the experience and ideas of top Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. I Baptist LUCIUS B.RIVERS

business educators to increasethe Ter., services at 11 a.m. and i Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Methodist Archer Baptist Church, serv-: 2615 CARLTURUNGTON N.W. 6th SL 1514 ltW.l3thSt.

effectiveness of teaching 7:30 'p.m.First 7:30 p.m. Centenary Methodist, 1400 ices at 11 a.m. and 8 pjn. II I I Gainesville Gainesville
students how to look at'account- SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat Eliam Church Tel. 376-2524 Tel. FR 2-8837
Baptist, 425 W. Univ., Fourteenth St. Church of Baptist Melrose -;;I
ing information.The Ave., services at 11 a.m. and, Christ, 205 NW 14th St., services 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. worship services at 11
will make Faith Methodist Church, Ho-
conference use 7:30 p.m.Forest at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I'I
of various vehicles such as computers ward Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- First Baptist Church of Mic-
and business Park Baptist, 162JNW 1 Northeast Church of Christ ium, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat services
games. at 11
and
anopy a.m.
5th Ave., services at 11, 1633 NE 16th Ave., services at 11 a.m. 8 .
ajn. and 7:45 pjn. 10 a.m. and 6 pjn.ThirfvnintH p.m.Hague I'

Giant.SizedBarry ...-.J.. ""..... .A.tronfiA. u..'" rh.h..... ..... First Methodist 419 NE 1st Baptist Church, services -. Spend 5 minutes with one of us the next time you
Gainesville Primitive Baptist .St., services, 8:45 and 11 a.m. at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.
of Christ 1811 NW 39th Ave. .
,
Will Church, SW 34th St. at Ar- services at 9 ajn. and 6la:>> and 7:30 p.m. Oak Hill Independent Baptist,: bundle of !
cher Road, service at 11 a.m. p. m. I Trinity Methodist Church, Fairbanks, services at 11 ajn. buy a car and you may save a money

Greet Dems North Central Baptist Church Of God 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at and 7 pin.Williston. I I

Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services 9 and 11 a.m. Baptist Church
services -
i Church of God, Hawthorne
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Methodist at 11 ajn. and 8 I'I I Your Nationwide agent can help you
WASHINGTON (AP) Republicans Road and Third Ave., servicesat Wesley Community p.m. Nationwide

say they're putting up 1 Oak Hill Missionary Baptist,! 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., Methodist JI'I' save money two ways on a new car.

a billboard with a giant pictureof 800 NW 40th Ave., services at Episcopal'Episcopal services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Alachua Methodist, SE lit' insurance. Top _
St., service at 11 #Nationwide car InsuranceUFtyHEALTHHOMECAR i
GOP presidential nominee 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. .1 ajn I I
Barry Goldwater in Atlantic Center, Chapel of p.mWesley Foundation and, University Melrose Methodist, services at' protection, low rates. #Financing. '
Oak Park 1 the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. 'I
N.J.Democrats. Baptist Church Methodist Church 1320 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. I at bank -
City, of loan
are pouring into 4610 Archer Rd., services at! Ave.. Holy Communion at 8 W. Univ. Ave., services at Newberry Methodist, services' Let one us arrange a

the town for the opening of their 9:45 and It .ajn. and 7:30 p.m.I a.m., morning prayer at 9 a.m. 9 a.m. at 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I i I 1 rates and save you plenty. Ask one Natnwd.Muiaflnsur.nc.Co.

national convention Monday., Old Fashioned Missionary Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St. Mormon Orange Creek Methodist, US-, of us, and get the full stonr... Nationwide NatIOnwide!, Mutual Lite Fir Insurance* sanco.Co.I .
A GOP spokesman said Fri Baptist Mission, at corner of Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Church of Jesus Christ of 1-al 301 north of Hawthorne, service i: / Hem Office; Columbus OI

day the 160-by-35-foot billboard NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services morning prayer at 9:30. First ter Day ,Saints, 1220 S5th at 9:30 a.m.Wffliston .- I I I

will be compl fed by Mondayetc. at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.Parkview Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 Ave., Sunday school 1C a.m. Methodist Church,I

&liht.l. Baptist: 3403 NW and 9:30. Sacrament meeting, 6:30: pjn. services at 11 a.m. and 8 pjn. --



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Sunday, August 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 98

New GHS School Time Runs Short 'veterans who have failed to be-
1 gin their Korean GI Bill education -

With The I SudentsTo I For Korean War VeteransST. years or after training their discharge within three, or HOW EI6 \lift CHINCH BUG?

I separation from their service
PETERSBURG MelvinT. The veteran may, of course,'have already exhausted their
GatherAll
Boys Dixon of the Florida Dept. continue in school after that eligibility. i w

new students planning to I of Veterans Affairs reports that date but they will no longer receive Eligible veterans are reminded It

enter Gainesville High School]I Korean Clinflict veterans who, an allowance from the that they may obtain the P.

for the first time have been invited after continuous military serve VA each month to meet partof necessary information and application c.

United Fund With time Club[ Dog Show sponsored by to attend an orientation ice, have been discharged to their training and living expenses from their local veteran P. .
session at the GHS Auditorium county service officer or by
drawing near for the United Sen-L-Ration. Judging will beheld civilian life within the last Dixon said. A
starting at 9:30: a.m. Friday. writing to P. 0. Box 1437, St.
Fund drive it is well to note in the following classes: three years are reminded that
that the Boys' Club of Gainesville Best Large Dog and Master, Arrangements for the orientation they have one semester left for ,. Dixon pointed out that those Petersburg, Fla. Most peopte know that the chinch to bug St. Augustine is fctg In causing lawns.
of dollars in damages
millions
is an agency of the United Best Trick Dog, Best Small Dog session are being handledby education and training under I: But do you know that the true size of the adult chinch
Fund and receives a major pore and Master, Best Costumed Dog the Gainesville High Student the Korean GI Bill I WHY PAY MORE bug Is shown in E obove. It takes a trained eye to spot
tion of its budget from the Best Groomed Dog (Long Haired Council. 1 the chinh bug and the early signs of infestation. Call
United Fund. Boys' Club parents Dogs Only). Congress has established Jan.! FOR FPC for free inspection.
are asked to actively sup- Dogs entered in the Smallest Welcomes will be given by 31; 1965 as termination date GET2 UNDER DIRECTIONOF
THE
port the United Fund. Principal Joseph T. Hudson and for the readjustment program' I GRADUATE
Dog Class must be 6
Boys' Club Closed The months old. Applications over are by student council leaders. A'of education and training for: MONEY(2nd : LOBIDA ENTOMOLOGIST
tour of the school buildings and Korean veterans. This deadline: ltr'' s 1ST
Boys' Club will be closed for available at the Boys' Club, Gol. FREE OF EXTRA COST) n
three weeks for cleanup and Publix Supermarket, and on Coca campus will end in the cafe-will 'applies to both the Korean Use Your Central) Charge I Q/>ONTROL Phone
teria refreshments
equipment repairs in preparation Cola trucks. where veterans already embarked on:
for the fall program. Reopen Punt, Pass ond Kick Regis be served. their courses of study and to I Mary Carter Paint Store A o41M cAL CO. 376.2661
date Is September 8. Operating those who are about to start;
be
tration School clothes will appro- Fla. FR 6-7588
begins September 8 for 501 N.W. 8th AVI. Gainesville.
in of the fall
hours will be Monday classes September
priate for the occasion.
the Ford Motor Company Punt,
through Friday 3-5:30: 7.9:30: semester.
Pass and Kick contest and will I
and Saturday 9-5.
continue through October 9. Local -
New Members Registrationfor the
Kansas in 1861 was
competition for boys 8-13
new Boys' Club memberswill will be held October 10 at 10 first state to give women the
begin September 8 during a.m. Shaw and Keeter Motor vote, but only in school board
regular.Boys' Club hours. Membership elections.
Company is sponsoring the local
is $1 per year renewalat

the end of each year. 12 Is competition.Choir Members. of theBoy's ANYWHERE FOR THE SAVIHGEST EARLY-BIRD BUYS IN TOWN ...
Dog Show September Your
Club Choir, under the direction
the date for the Annual'Boys' SatisfactionAlways
of Roy Wolfe will begin :
fall rehearsals Monday September .
Beatles 14 at 4 p.m. Boy's Club Assured THINK

members interested in audition- CKlEVASSE FLORIST

Ing for the Choir should reportat 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. FIRST
the above stated time
at theBoys'
Nearly'Got Phone FR 6.2514
Club. I .I of
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SteDDed OnSEATTLE lr FOODFAIR

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Wash. (AP) A
screaming howling mob of
teen-agers, most of them girls ta.a..rs
trapped England's Beatles in PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY NOON QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED arm
the coliseum for an hour Friday
night before police could spirit I TENDER SLICEDBEEF
the singers away in an ambu
lance.

The youngsters, who had : .s
screamed and stomped throughtwo
hours of mop-hair mU ic'l o. LIVER
surged against police and :

ors locked arm in arm in repeated -
efforts to get at Ringo
Starr George Harrison John I
Lennon and Paul McCartney. ,
The Beatles' next performance -

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Toll CollectionsIn


July Near OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS


Record HigIlTALLAHASSEE EVERY DAY


(AP) The .rf
; ;: LADY FAIR COCONUT TOPPED
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State Road Department reports money you 4'4The 11 :
the 4,733,353 vehicles save today buys % 7.
which passed 10 toll projects in I JELLYROLL 120& 29
more
tomorrow ,
(UlUI'UTE f :< *'* Xfiui S'ax'
July were the second highest
number in Florida's history. LADY FAIR RAISIN FILLED *- F D e i u x e THINK FlRStMAYFAIR
SERVING THE SAVER e ,
The highest number recordedwas AND HOME OWNER ..
5,026,332 last March. HONEY BUNS r 39( TOMATO JUICE ;

The department said $841,410 The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan AssociationsSavings
was collected at the 10 facilitiesin

July.Sam Revenue Draper said Projects the first Director Guaranty Federal Cheese

seven months of the year BAKERY i-= ::]! Cottage

showed a 6.6 per cent increaseover _. iBONUS .
... .0
FREE: EXTRAINI'HlHIlCOUFONANOnilCHASIOf-
the 1963 period in revenue | r
collected. & Loan Associationof i MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ;
1 1a
The 19 facilities their rev- a LADY FAIR HOT DOC OR : C
FULL 2S
enue and vehicular traffic was Gainesville I tlJt HAMBURGER ROLLS
>
a LB CUP
included. PKG OR 12-SLICED
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Bennett Causeway leading to ------ < 8-26-64-------

Cape Kennedy$46,636 from 308- Free Parking In Rear Drive-ln Window"A
594 vehicles; Pinellas Bayway FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION"

Bridge and Causeway System "Chartered and Supervised by

linking the mainland to St. Petersburg the United States Government"Each LIBBY'SCATSUP L* :. i % PET I.
Beach and Fort DeSoto
'. Key, $33,814 from 106,498 ve- Account Insured Up To 10000.00 r

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k. 5,000 8 S II 290 1.7 128.97
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1-2-3 Speed Fan EMONAOf ;*,! AP&
12 230 375 Luupp DsIADc.
Slide-out; Chassis 10,000 2.75 181.97
14.000 12 230 610 4.6 199.97
i .. All Certified NEMA 15.000 11.6 230 920 4 215.00
CN-1 Rated. 16.jOO 13.5 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 BEECHNUT

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Delivery 1YearService 19000 136 230 1,160 5.3 26 3.97 FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS FANCYYELLOi : BABY fOOD
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Labor and 5 Years 20.000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75
r Warranty on Sealed 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50

.. Refrigeration Systems.GAINESVILLE'S ONIONS .6 65

LOWEST PRICES Yw- LOW INSTALLATION COST
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Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50

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r Morning For Links at WillistonBy



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.., BUZZ MIXSON On this phase of the project, be more social members than
'
Got the .. ." Sun Area Editor the committee has conferredwith golf playing members and that
DoctorHe KeystoneTo
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,,. : WILLISTON Promoters of: Percy Jones, FHA repre- recreational facilities for the
sentative from Trenton, and would have to be
., a proposed Williston Golf and non players
Wanted Country Club have hopefully set Ralph Cox of Live Oak, rural provided. These facilities prob-

."' .. i;.' l... ... next spring as a target date for recreation representative for ably would include a swimmingpool VoteTuesday
By SAM McGARVEY .
the FHA. if funds available he
breaking ground on the project are ,
Sun Staff Writer
which will include a nine-hole Under its rural recreation program
I said.Also
Most of us have"a respect or golf course. the FHA will loan up to to be decided is what
fear of doctors
which
places $1 million, French said.A membership fees and annua I
Before that time, however,
them above
question or r e-
proach.. many hurdles have to be cross- representative of the Fed- dues are to be and whether the

i ed, including acquisition of a eral Aviation Agency (FAA) golf and country club will be setup
But a young engineer, "Chip"T lease on 100 acres of the Willis- met with the golfing committeeand on a corporate basis, with I Ballots to Settle
of White Plains, N.Y., the Williston Council charter members owning the
City
ton Air Base property for the
held doctors in no such revert Williston Golf Course Site golf course.A last week to talk over the lease stock. City Hall IssueHe's
ence. "They're just like any- Mixson and French said Friday
matter. Actually, title to the airport
one else," he asserted, "and nobetter Royal French (pointing) and R. K. Mixson look over a site on the Willis- group of about 30 local golf- property is vested with the that the golf committee KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The

than a plumber, carpenter ton Airbase property for a proposed nine-hole golf course and clubhouse, a pro- ing enthusiasts are working on I'City of Williston, but the FAA hoped to have everything squared battle over the proposal to
lease to be submit-
electrician or other work ject which is being worked on by a group of local golfing enthusiasts. (Sun a ted to proposal the Federal Aviation has to sanction any proposed' away and ready to start workon build a new municipal buildingwill
man. photo by Buzz Mixson) be settled here
I Tuesdaywith
of the the next
and use property. course by spring.
acquiring a
Agency on
With that attitude it inevitable ballots.

was loan from the Farmers Home The FAA had at first asked "We couldn't get any grass to

that a clash would en- Administration for construction for rent money in the sum of grow on the course before next' For the past three months,

sue, and one did shortly after Jaycees Pick Ex-Virginian purposes. $30 per acre per year on the spring anyway," Mixson said. I this town has been in an up-
Chip's wife became pregnantand
Other members of the work
The golfers at first proposed airbase land, but this was con- roar over the proposal, with
he set out to make arrangements '
ing committee include Ford Lincoln
sidered a bit the local proponents arguing
for the event. leasing 150 acres of land on the steep by heatedly
golfing committee. Walter Collins, Jim Hulit for a new building to
replacethe
airbase property so that the golf I
I With characteristic thoroughness Florida FarmerLAKELAND and Dr. James Dailey. French town's "Dog House," and
Top Young course could eventually be expanded I The FAA representative last
he decided that the doctor said some of the committee i opponents resisting
to 18 holes.R. week suggested that the com- every stepof
\ should live within a prescribed members are non-golfers but the
K. (Bob) Mixon, a memberof mittee draw up a proposed 40- way.
distance of his home, so (AP) A Virginian -an additional 50 he leases. Second place winner was Wile lease that they are just as enthusiastic -!
escalator basis
the committee that is doing year on an -
he drew a small circle on the [ who came to Floridain He also owns 23 tractors, liam Carl Keebler, 31, of Cres- over propsects of a golf; The referendum Tuesday will
much of the spadework, said calling for rent of $3 per acre I
map with his home at the cen- 1952 at the age of 23 to four trucks equipped with two- cent City, general manager of the first and country club as the playing mark the third attempt by proponents
that it had been decided five $4 acre
Friday years per
ter, and then made a list of all launch a career in farmingwas way radio, a labor bus, three operations for a large ranch in the members are. to get a new city build-
that nine holes would be suffi- I next five years and eventu- I
doctors within that area. named Florida's "Young spray machines and is one- Putnam County, which includes -' If the enthusiasm that is apparent -ing. The move was defeated in
ally on to $20
cient until the community grewto up per acre.
two earlier
To get the best one possible, Farmer of the year," last third owner of a large vegetable citrus production, fruit the size that would warrantan The golf committee is currently right now doesn't die attempts.In .

he went to the county medical night by the State Junior pre-cooler plant. packing, purebred cattle, com- 18-hole course. At that time, I working on a lease proposal down, all and any obstacles I the test Tuesday, freeholders -
and asked them to recommend -Chamber of Commerce. mercial cattle and timber. should be overcome and before
society He employs 15 workers full he said, an additional 50 acres and on a master work plan will be asked to approve a
one from his list. He William D. Long settled in time and hires an additional Third winner Eu- could be acquired.The I for all the airbase property, another the; end of next summer the $35,000 bank: loan already

met with a polite refusal to the the Zellwood section of Or- 375 persons to help harvest his prize was committee has been as- FAA requirement.Bill Williston Golf and Country Club make, and all registered vot-
effect that all doctors in the County. His only assets gene F. Griffin Jr., 30, of Bar- and its nine-hole course will bea
ange vegetable crops. He now livesin tor, who is in the citrus care- sured that it can obtain a loan Whitehurst, a committee ers will vote for or against a

society were competent.Not were a farm family back- Orlando with his wife and taking business in charge of of all the funds needed from the member, is having an engineer reality. new municipal building.The .

satisfied with that, Chip ground, three years of collegeat two children. 800 of citrus. Farmers Home Administration draw up the master plan which referendum is being held

then set out to personally Interview Virginia Polytechnic Institute The award was to be pres- acres if it can be shown there will will show current uses of the Boy, 9, DrownsIn by direction of the Circuit

each one on his list, $1,000 in cash, a secondhand ented to Long at a banquet The Gainesville Jaycees' en- be sufficient memberships to airbase property and proposeduses Court, in response to a recent

with the idea of making the selection tractor and disc. here at the summer conferenceof try in the state contest was repay the loan. and how various portionsof Fort MyersFORT suit which told the City Coun-

himself.At The first year he leased 60 the Jaycees which ends to- Ralph Cellon Jr., Alachua cat- Royal French, another com- the property is to be zoned cil that it could not authorize a

the first doctor's office, acres of land and grew a crop day. Long will represent Florida -tleman-farmer, who had been mittee member, said that cost by the city. MYERS (APThe building by simple resolution.
admitted and of corn. From this start his in the National Young i selected as Alachua County's Those in favor of the new
he was finally estimates of a nine hole course The 100 acres that the golfers body of nine-year-old Myron B.
then explained that his wife arming interests expanded today Farmer contest at Ft. Collins, outstanding young farmer of and a small clubhouse range want is at the south end of the Jarrard of Fort Lauderdale was building list the following

was going to-- have a baby. and to 600 acres he owns and Colo., next April 1113. the year. from $75,000 to $100,000. He said airbase property and fronts fora recovered from the water off] points: ((1)) present building is

that before hiring a doctor he that a 40-year loan from the halfmile'on U. S. Highway Big Marco Pass near here Sat inadequate in both size and

had certain questions.The With Our Men in Uniform I FHA could be obtained at an 41. It is 1,650 feet deep. urday. facilities, (2) no space for safe

doctor's face clouded and interest rate of five per cent. I The clubhouse would be located The boy, with Ricky McCor- storage of city records, ((3)) no

his eyebrows shot up. "Ques- 'on the north end of the mick, 9, also of Fort Lauder- facilities for police, ((4) insuf-

tions?" he repeated blankly Airman 3rd Class Thomas A. 27th Ter., is attending Pre 100 acres next to'the highway.The dale, went swimming Friday ficient room for public attend

"what kind of questions?" Ketch, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1957.Robert G. McLendon of 418 Flight School at the Naval Air SRD to Hear size of the clubhouse and while their families were ance at '-Council meetings, (5)

Chip said, "Well, I want to Arthur L. Ketch of Keystone NW 19th St., is a graduate of Station at Pensacola. other facilities is yet to be de- camping in Seminole State the old building gives little

know where you went to school Heights, has graduated from the procurement phase, Asso- Upon completion of the termined.: Mixson said that to Park. Ricky managed to reach cause for pride to residents.

Then I want to see your di the technical training cour s e ciate Army Supply Manage- course he will then attend fur- Bids on 35 begin with there probably wouldConservation safety. Those opposed to it argue:

ploma, your license to practicehere for U. S. Air Force weap o n s ment Course of the U.S. Army ther flight training at Pensa (1)) that while a new building is

and I want to see your mechanics at Lowry AFB, Colo. Logistics Management Centerat cola. desirable, the town cannot afford -

instruments to see if they are Airman Ketch was trained to Fort Lee, Va. The course ProjectsTALLAHASSEE to spend $35,000 without increasing -

I kept clean, and I also want to load and inspect the wea p o ns was two weeks in length. Richard J. McDonald, seaman, Society taxes, (2)) a building
see your records!" used in Air Force fighters and McLendon is a colonel with I USA, brother of Mrs. Theresa (AP) The costing about half of that

The doctor stared at Chip bombers. the 3364th Logistics Command Stark of 1936 NW Sixth St., is State Road Department Is preparing -i I amount would be more in keep

Incredulously. "You mean to The airman is a graduate of in the U.S. Army Reserve. a crewmember of the submarine to accept bids on 35 ing with the city's financial

say you've the gall to ask me West Rome High School, Rome, The Associate Army Supply USS Quillback operatingwith road and bridge projects Tues- Taps Sun for AwardThe condition.The .

questions like that wastingmy Ga. Management Course is one of the Sixth Fleet in the day.Road two forces will meet

time when I've a waiting 14 offered at the Army Logis- Mediterranean. Board Chairman John headlong Tuesday at the elec- I

room full of patients!" Marine Capt. John A. Hell- tics Management Center. Quillback Phillips said Friday the letting Gainesville Sun has ricultural stories and articles: tion polls, and because voting 'I
periodically parti-
On assuring the red faced riegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her- 'cipates in various fleet train- would include three interstate been named winner of thisyear's carried during the past year machines will be used, the re- !

doctor that he was serious, man H. Hellriegel of 1212 SWFirst Charles A. Cate, n airman, ing operations designed to increase projects and work on the first newspaper award pres- and for its cooperation in promoting suIt will be known shortly aft I
dismissed Ave. is serving with Marine USN, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. segment of the Everglades Expressway \
Chip was summarily I her combat readiness. ented by the Florida Chapter, conservation of natural er the polls close at 7 pm.He's .
but undaunted he went on to Medium Helicopter Trans- A. Cate of 622 SW 27th St., I between Fort Lauder- Soil Conservation Society of resources.In .

'thc next name on his list. port Squadron 261, Marine is a crewmember of Patrol dale and Naples. America.
Robert L. Miller
Too
In succession, he visited nine Air Group 26, Marine Corps Air Squadron Ten based at the USN, seaman of Mr. and apprentice The segment will extend from The award certificate the weekly newspaper category QuickOn
son was
doctors and in rapid order got Facility, New River, N.C. Naval Air Station, Brunswick, the Collier County line eastward the Chapter's award
Mrs. Ralph W. Miller of 3721 presented Friday night in Sar-
i the same- brush off. There The squadron provides heli- Maine. 27 miles in Broward County to went to the Sebring News. For the Draw
SE 14th Ter., and Charles T. asota at the annual banquet of
was one exception. In that case copter transport of personn e 1 The squadron flies the Lock Underwood boatswain's mate Andytown.Two individual reporting of conservation
the conservation
Marine 'heed "Neptune" patrol bomber of the interstate jobs will group whichis REDDING, Calif. (AP) -
Fleet
burly man, and for activities award
the doctor, a big, cargo I second class USN of Mrs. an was
son composed of professionalmen ,
in anti-submarine and extend from Route 95 from the Edminster Jr. is impressed
assualt merchant Philip -
throw Chip Forces during sea to
also threatened to operations Minnie L. Karasek of Hawthorne presented Ralph Sumner of
working in the soil
con-
I' ship surveillance missions Flagler County line north 13.5 the Tampa Tribune. with the trickiness of
crewmembers of
out.But keeping at over the North Atlantic.It are miles into St. Johns County servation program. the draw and he has the
on stubbornly the destroyer USS Perry oper- William S. (Bill) Haas The Florida Soil
con- Chapter,
dirt. The tenth Navy Lt. j.g. James K. periodically serves a tour and the other will provide road- scars to prove it.
It, Chip back hit pay his head and roar Rumrill, son of Mr and Mrs. of duty with the Sixth Fleet in ating with the Sixth Fleet in way signs on Route 4 from Lee servationist for the Bradford Conservation Society of America His .22 caliber pistol went off
threw
M. Keith Rumrill of 3515 SW the Mediterranean.Navy the Mediterranean. Road near Orlando to State'Soil Conservation District and held its annual meetingand before it cleared the holster

ed with laughter.he subsided and ask- 15th St., recently reported for Perry's crewmembers will Road 46 near Sanford, he said. chairman of the awards committee banquet in conjunctionwith while Edminster, 24, was practicing -

Finally, to any other,duty at the Naval Training Center Ensign Francis M. have an opportunity to visit The letting will include other : made presentations to the annual meeting of the the fast draw. He was

ed, "Did before you go came here?" Bainbridge, Md. Feltham, son of Mr. and Mrs. ports in France, Spain, and major primary and secondary! the various news media. .1 Conservation District Supervisors. treated for a bullet wound in his
doctors I
you
John C. Feltham of 102 NW Italy. projects. The Sun was cited for its ag- right leg.TerribleTempered .
And on being given a namebyname The center is the site of the I

list, he broke out againin Navy's Postal Clerk, Radioman II I


t showed Then hearty he his guffaws.got diploma up and and solemnly his license -I Yeoman Technician, and Schools.Fire Control i il the Meanest Cuss at Raiford I IBy


.to practice medicine in Richard Hines Jr., who is attached -

the State of New York. For to the U.S. Naval reserve 'II SAM McGARVEYSun ordered by the court to be de playful poodles. Most of them II
good measure, he threw in the surface division here, recently -
Staff Writer We're the lookoutfor German Shepherds- big,
accreditation he had for other attened a two-week reserve stroyed. on are

studies, and any other facts he recruit training session at RAIFORD The State Prison sentinel dogs here, so we vicious dogs that are trained to rY TjT

thought would help "sell" him the U.S. naval base at Charleston here has more than its quota went down and got him. attack and hold any intruder.But .

to this skeptical visitor. S.C. of mean men and animals, tail biting, pail-chewing .. Y
"We in
escorted Chipthmugh put Clancy a trainingpen ,
HO also- The training included the but the king of the lot, the Clancy is king.
showing his and a man in protective
his offices, I
Uniform Code of Military Jus- meanest of the bunch, is a bull- 4
equipment and the sterling tice U.S. clothing went in and tried to Taking a picture of him pre- '
,
Navy history p e r- dog named Clancy.
machine,. and later ex' 'ted sonal and oral hygiene, first work him. Well when he found sented problems. In response to

f his records, giving ample proof aid, water safety and trainingin "He's so mean," one guard he couldn't bite the man and II banging on the woven wire k:4

that they were complete and nuclear, biological and reports, "that if he can't find hurt him, Clancy got so mad fence, Clancy put on a fine w :

accurate. chemical warfare. anything else, he'll bite him- and turned himself and bit
he had on "mad" act, but the fence. pre-
at last a
Satisfied that Hines is the son of Mr and ItClancy
self! off part of his tan. vented view.
who could be trusted a really good
doctor Mrs. Richard Hines Sr., of 829

with the impending event, Chip NE 19th Terrace. has a job here. He "Later on, he went to workon The hint that the photogra-
made the necessary arrange- allotted section be-
guards an
a 3-gallon metal water pher go inside the fence received -
ments. Capt. .Ray D. Helpll n g, tween the high double fences and chewed it bad
pail
up so the consideration tha. {
scant
The post script to the storyIs whose wife, Frances, lives in which encircle the East Unit that it looked like train had
a
that the doctor not only took Archer, recently completed a maximum security buildings.His run over it. Then we gave him such as obviously bloodthirst
care of the birth satisfactorily 19-week associate chemical officer suggestion deserved. ri
became I job is to keep convicts an auto tire to chew on, and
but from that time on career course at the
, for from crossing that area. But today he has it so twisted and Finally, dog handler Dou -
the"family physician many Army Chemical Center and i:1
years. School, Fort McClellan, Ala. he won't let anyone in there, chewed is." up you can't tell whatit Jackson was summoned and after i- : :;
the guards the dog T
even or
Market During the course Captain a few tense moments, Jack-
Egg handler. Not that any guards Thus Clancy has earned the
lelpling received instruction son got Clancy on a leash and c
in the duties of a field grade want to go in with Clancy. As reputation here as being "so _
led
him outside. '
AP The
JACKSONVILLE ( ) -
Chemical Corps officer. one said, "If I ever got in there mean he hates himself" and
Northeast Florida Egg Market by mistake, I'd show bow to
: you it's safe to assume that the The explanation for that
prices to retailers: The 29-year-old officer, son climb that fence in a hurry." section he guards will be avoid- behavior is simple. Clancy may
t 48V4- 52} of Mrs Jean J. Sibley Wabasse
Extra large mostly -
ed by minded in- be mean, he have t h every
Prison Sinclair any escape may
entered the in Supt. DeWitt
Army
51-52; large 46-49Vi, mostly May mates.Of devil of a temper, he may 'Clancy'In
I '4349, medium 37-41, most- 1957.He tells the story of Clancy. hate just about everyone, but

ly 39-41, small 28-31, mostly 29. was graduated from Vero 'We got him a few years ago course the other dogs that like the rest of us he's a a temporary truce Clancy poses with dog handler Don Jackson. Not visible

,Poultry at farms: fryers 14; Beach High School in 1952 from Tampa, where he had got share in sentinel duty betweenthe sucker for having his picturein are beads of perspiration on Jackson, who expected at any moment that the.

hem light W; 64;. and from Stetson University in: ten into trouble and had been fences are far from being the paper. belligerant bulldog would turn on him. (Sun photo by Sam !McGarvey





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State Department official says
Cuba has ordered a halt in its
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ly because of falling world sug
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The official noted that world 0N
sugar prices have declined
from 11.8 cents per pound in
January when supplies were
short to the current 4.3
cents. Sugar is Cuba's principal -
cash export crop.

WASHINGTON (AP) The
United States is "confident that
f no strategic missiles are storedin
Cuba," State DepartmentPress THE = .
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Officer Robert J. Mc- rf

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have stated publicly that short- reg,
range surface-to-surface and k9 Libby's Pineapple-Grapefruit
surface-to-air missiles are in DIFFERENCE
Cuba," McCloskey said. "These Drink 19c
pose no external security threatto AT PUBLIX can
any of Cuba's neighbors." F & P Flavor Perfect Sliced
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WHERE SHOPPING' BeetsKobey's lOC
WASHINGTON (AP) -Presi- or more can
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haunt Friday-the third- IS A PLEASURE!' Ir Shoestring
floor of Sen.
Capitol hideaway a tall
Allen: Ellender's J. Ellender homemade, D-La. gum Reason / Potatoes. 3 cans 29c

, boo Swift Premium Delicious Bag
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sample his culinary specialty. n> : Popular Kraft'sGrape
Johnson crashed the luncheonfor
two bowls of Ellander's Swift's Premium Sliced Canadian 7 reIt11 Jelly

gumbo, made from oysters, 6 oz. ,dpi ,k
shrimp, crab meat, okra, celery Bacon ......... ...... . pkg. 59" C { 1 18 oz. 39cSwift'
and special seasoning. +
Premium laity Ring x k Jar

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cars traveling In heavy predawn DELICIOUS SANTA Delicious i Tang
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Saturday, killing eight persons Orange Drink
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Highway Patrolman J. M. .+'' .,. : x,. EFFECTIVE
Hardin tentatively identified the %
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and two of their three sons, tNAR16tTi 1 s AUG. 26, 1964
and Mr. and Mrs. Edsel M.
Newberry of Laurinburg N. C., '.' 'nu
and their
daughter and son.
The third Bone boy, about 7, .. i ,
was admitted to Sanford hospital 11
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Ann and Mary Karen Miller 'pkg.
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daughters of William E. _
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honor Friday night at a party ; pkg. I Y limit 1 per customer with
sponsored by New York Youth 41 /, purchases of $3.00or
for Goldwater-Miller. more
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a senior at Newton College ol GREEN Green Peas ''
the Sacred Heart. She recentlywas STAMPS "'
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national chairman of Brotherhood 60'i or 100's SIZE LARGE OR KING SIZE
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Mississippi Integration- Two Years Later : ,: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ,I


b By 3f DONALD*m fork JANSON uFtotfB incident.Elaborate precautions had I dale and Leake Negro County first graders, Miss.Seventeen for police some said.time afterward, the in year behalf by of the Negro National children Associa last t:


JACKSON, Miss., -, Racial been taken to prevent violence. applied ,for admission to pre- T he Mississippi integration tion for the Advancement of

integration has come quietly to Policemen stationed at each of viously all white schools in ruling stemmed from suits filed Colored People. Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast
the Biloxi without incident earlier.
public schools of Mississip- the city's 26 formerly all-white
Actual will be

pCs Supreme: capital.Court.10 years ordered after dese-the elementary schools kept carsand I made soon.assignments Classes begin Big Wind Sweeps AcrossSt. Week's

pedestrians moving. Nobodybut Aug. 31.
gregation.The GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES
children, parents and registering PrizelvordExplanatiolls
state is the last in the .teachers allowedto No Negro pupil has actually 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEvyORD PUZZLE Is *40 .
.nation to make were been assigned to a formerly all Petersburg Bay HomesST. If no correct solution is reached In this Sunday's puzzle the weekly prize will
a start' toward in until solved.
linger the vicinity of constant at WOO.'
'i integration below the college le white school in Mississippi yet, rimn:; winning entrant has been a Home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
schools. for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
PETERSBURG
under the (AP) tornado but did not
but court approved officially
,
vel. Is received from home-delivered SUbscribers. the bonus wW
Bloody rioting erupted two The breach in the racial barrier CLUES ACROSS: one correct puzzle
yearS plan for Jackson the board of; Three homes in an exclusive label it A resident reported be divided among them.
go when James Meredith affects only the first grade. one. I 3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
became education must place the 43 Negroes residential area on the south-! 1. MINT not mink. Probablynot WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week' puzzle Is reeived -
the first Negro to en- It stems from federal court seeing a waterspout in the bay those submitting the cor-
a west outskirts of St. Petersburgwere I would : the prize money will be divided equally among
in the schools of their many a woman
ter the rest solution.
University of Mississippi. order just before the storm struck.
ofa
requiring desegregation
choice to the extent that facilities badly damaged by a windstorm "recognize" the mink in its
.
4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
grade a year in Mississippi's permit.If Friday. Mrs. Antonio Jiminez of Tam- natural condition, for examplei.e. clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzleor

Forty three Negroes have largest city. a school lacks room for all The storm raced out of Boca I pa, who was visiting in the ( ., as an animal). No such use reproductions a good, exact-size will not hand-drawn be acceptable.facsimile.This contest Mechanical is based or otherwise on skill. wholesale The*
been registered for the first Court ordered desegregationunder objection applies to MINT. decision of the ludges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
registrants, the criterion will be Ciega Bay and cut a path about neighborhood, suffered minor
grade in agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
all the also will I
eight formerly same
plan proximity of residence.The 100 feet wide across a cuts from flying glass. Mrs. 4. DRESS not press. As a property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
white Jackson schools without begin this fall in Biloxi Clarks- man-I
residential pattern in I made peninsula, the site numerous Virgie Morris was cut slightly statement, the clue is more self- families 5. Anyone, except en'er this employes contest.of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their

Jackson and most Mississippitowns homes in the $35,000 to when she debris and sufficient for DRESS. Regarding may
slipped on 6. After you have filled in the puzzle paste It on the back of a four-cent
[ AMERICA'S MIGHTIEST ADVENTURE | : is sharply separatedwhite $50,000 price range. press, it is not readjly apparent postcard Mail it from a Florida postotfie tn Prizeword Pete Gainesville Sun.
and Negro districts. Three homes lost their roofs, fell. whether the "large P. O. Box 57. Gainesville.'Florida or bring it to the Gainesville Sun Circulation -
Department Office, 101 SE 2nd be
Place. All entries to eligible for the
strict windows were blown in, trees Joseph Poirier, a building number of copies" are pf the prize, must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednesday
The sam precautions at 9 a.m. We are not responsible for entries lost In the mails.
itself of or delayed
or printed
and CINERAMA contractor estimated damageto press
METRO-GOLDWYN-yAYER toppled and lines blown ,
against violence that prevailed power Entries enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted.
present down. Two women were injured his home at $10,000. He said matter off the press. In any
last week will be repeated at 7. There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
slightly."It the case, "copies" is too vague Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest.
he would have
newly integrated schools Sept. to replace
}IOWTHE and didn't give us time to get where press is concern e d. .. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
classes and
when fall begin, roof
14 furnishings
plaster, Circulation
if Tress is farfetched. Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.
scared, 'said Martin B. Mur Fia., during regular office hours.
shrubbery.The 7. HIDE not side. "Value"
ray. He said the wind storm
Btv-Winners' If any end correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
KIDDIE KORT struck without warning during alight suits HIDE best. For side, PUZZLE will! be announced. and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In nextSundays
WEST WAS WON rain. I II "strong," say, would have been Gainesville Sun.

I The U.S. Weather Bureau said much more to the point. Aide 10. The Gainesville SUB reserves the UM to correct any typojriphieal
National Education Association errors' or any other errors which in material
if may appear any published
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METROCOLOft CHILDCARE the storm may have been a and ride are too vague. a cccmection with till conteet.

reports that the highest 10. LEAVING not leaning or

JY&&* NEW salaries for college and univer-. leaping. Truest of LEAVINGfor Puzzle No. 32

sity professors is paid in the the mild phrasing: "to wonder -

: DalYI-IN "fAUf far west; the lowest in the,, what's going on." For leaping Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard
Day Wk. Mo. the clue is an understatement -
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Hoc HHtor Read IIt.20.FR 6!oU southeast.
'Ir SORRY M 1:00. as it "would surely"
Pick Littlewoodand NOW! 3 SHOCK HITS!
NO FLORIDA 3:44-6:28 J Terwilliger up at Schoolsn Open 6:45-Show 7:30 startle the "passer-by". Fur- /IL/I / 3 M SL C

PASSES 9:12 J See All 3 Late As 9:05 CALL FOR BIDS thermore, the wording, "froman
Newberry Rd. FIRST AREA RUN NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSealed "
******************************** FR 2.6567 bids will be recieved by Mr. G upper story window, is ou D o o E
WILL: Chairman, Alachua County,; superfluous for leaping. Just
Davis
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Gainesville Florida, not later than 2:30
PERMIT YOU I TO I SEE p m., EST, Tuesday September 8, 164., cause for "wonder." Leading is ri1r
at which time and place all bids re ES L
THESE SHOCKERS UNLESS ceived will be publicly opened and read i too vague. _
aloud for furnishing all labor and materials 11. MEAT not heat seat. '
iWNERS You 1 Agree fo flelease This Theatre 01Ajl I for the installation of or L/ A'C
"STAND-BY POWER UNIT FOR Room temperature "is not
I Responsibility! For I Death B i| Frijjht1 ALACHUA COUNTY COURTHOUSE." quite to your liking," but heatis / U
Any bid received after the specified time iIl
and date will not be considered.The not a natural answer to the 16 /

shall within bidder,ten if consecutive awarded calendar the contract days; clue, as phrased. "Faintly irri- M

after written notice being given of such tated" suits MEAT (e.g., over- rl7 P'I P I 19i
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award, enter into a written contract i
Don't Let CHINCH BUGS WEB WORMS with the Owner, in accordance with the cooked, tough, etc.) better
accepted bid. than seat, since MEAT does
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a
period of thirty days after the date set not represent the entire meal. 22 23
ARMY WORMS AND/OR FUNGUS for the opening. Each bid must be sub u NED/ 0 / AG
mitted in strict accordance with the Proposal Furthermore"dinner, func-

I Form Form, fully is shown completed in the, which:specifica-Proposal tion" is directly associated E T A 0 / K
tions. with MEAT. "If" dissatisfiedwith
All work shall be done in accordancewith
RUIN YOUR LAWNUse plans, specifications, and contract your seat, you may feel V E W
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documents relative thereto which may that whole evening has
of Hanes your
be examined at the office Myrl
Associates 201 NW Tenth Avenue, Gainesville been spoiled, perhaps because, 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE
N Florida. One set of such plans and
contract documents and forms for bid- you cannot see the head table I If you are not now a home-delivered sub-
IDEAL GRANULAR INSECTICIDE ding may be secured by General Contractors suitably. Beat, feat and peat I scriber and would like to have The Sun
I
from this office by depositing
started, please check box. Extra Bonus for
therewith the sum of five dollars J5.00)) are weak. I
home-delivered
This deposit will be refunded upon sub- subscribers. See Rule No. 2
r r2ltllto mission of a bona fide bid and returnof 12. STARE not state. The clue I
the plans and contract documentsIn Name
a Y ntua flealwIt.rwrae. good condition on the date set for is more apt of a symptom, e.g.,I
of the bids. Additional sets re- "
opening "a distracted STARE. The'patient's
25 lbs 25 Lbs. EBEN 25 Lbs. quested for purposes other than the sub- I
TRID .
Street Number
mission of a bid wilt be furnished at distracted state" is
DIBfNt the actual cost of duplication bit without I Mail to: Prixeword Contest
his whole mental condition.
$7.75 $7 75 9.69 Bidders'refund.qualifications must be satisfactory The Gainesville Sun
17. SELL not tell. The clue's'negative
to the Owner. Box 57, Gainesville, Fla.
I]>Q The Owner reserves the right to reject approach, "realizes i

Contains .: Contains Contains any or all bids.ALACHUA. COUNTY COMMISSIONG. especially he cannot" do, suits

Trithion Sevin Ethion QrmE M. Davis, Chairman SELL best. It would be justas City State Phone
(3548) 8:23, 30
true to say that "there may

I ,E .........r. be things that, in conscience, Prizeword Pete
.
25 Ibs. Treats 5000 Sq. Ft. ... re ... a man realizes he" is boundto

w td.r twr tell. Fell, jell and yell are

We .Will Apply for $1.00 per 25 Ibs. Using Grotone SpreaderNO ; K tied kkkelt,: poor. CLUES ACROSS:

.. 18. BOOM not book. "The end
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MESSY & DANGEROUS SPRAYS C. ."" 4. Such a type should be avoided.
of BOOM but rather
..' a yes; ,
Adult Hit 10:38 a. *.. I"the" ending "of a book" (i.e. 7. An escaped convict, being -, could decide to give himselfup.
FOR 50c PER DAY 13th"
WE RENT SPREADERS GINA LOLLOBRIDGIDA 214 NW FR 6-6472 .
the manner of its conclusion,
"FAST & SEXY" ALSO IN OCALA

.................................... ................ rather than the fact thereof.). 8. On display in an exclusive store setting, will probably look
FLORIDA ::::::::::::::::::::::::--:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 20. CROP not drop. The "un quite attractive.

GARDEN STORE THEIR FIRST FULL-LENGTH usually have" such big an CROP"effect.might" Sucha 9. Though participating for the fun of it, a man might cometo
EST 4 MOTION PICTURE IN COLOR!
regret an illadvisedlater
V IP" Central Charge E j'' "big drop" would be an "ef on.

fect." 10. Opposite to the front.

\ ONTROL ERNESI'BORGNIFsE 22. FLEW not blew. The clue
Free
: Parking 12. At the end of a long railroad journey, it would likely help to
phrase, "due to the wind,
Garden and Pet Shop Center 20 N.W. 16th Ave. '' JOE FI YpNHnMHCaONEWAY while lending aptn e s s to have a waiting' at the station.

l FLEW, is unnecessary for 13. Might possibly be blamed for colors running.
McHN.E'S CREW
Call FR 6.2651 for Free Inspection and Estimates. !
\ blew. 15. It's used for rowing.
27. INTENTIONS not inven-
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1-3-5- 7- 9 tions.; Inventions may be"good"
"harmless" 17. How to use an ordinary is more or less self-evident.
1 or say,
STATESUBURBIA but they can hardly be truly 18. A smaller quantity.

classified as "worthy," if 22. Went around.
TIME IS MONEY.
i"frowned upon general 1 y." 23. A a plumber uses is naturally apt to get very dirty.
I The clue is better phrased for
DRIVE-IN INTENTIONS. 24. An expert could quite probably tell, from its style, its coun-

I try of origin.

If You Have A Room, Apartment THEATRE j CLUES DOWN: 25. The dresses she has are likely of great importance to

: 2. IDEAL not ideas. An a poor woman.
I
I TONITE AT 7:30 IDEAL "might inspire a
Or House to Rent ,I CLUES DOWN:
of Ideas
source inspiration. are

REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS inspirations of a kind. 1. One can only imagine how certain areas were before

... it is unlikely that you will experience in a lifetimeall 6. STEAK not steam. "STEAK man came and built his cities.

,I YOU MORE than the ad that will rent :J that you will see can be," that is, if it is cooked 2. Work with wool.

STEAK. Steam is "very hot,"
i .. J in".JHE 3. Came together.
it '
I IV j certainly.
....,"!1Here's -. UN J HERE { 9. FEED not feel. "You" ac- 5. It's the farmer who knows his business who will make the

feel the heat from "a best use of it.
tually
what COSTS YOU
your Vacancy CAHPHBADGIRS 'fire," not the "fire" itself. It's 6. Room beneath a building.

k EVERY DAY until it is rented : ." 'j' i'"hardly .a worthwhile fire," 11. Terse and abrupt.
t
'if "you can't" control the 12. For best results, it is the care with which a is cut that is

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: n, FEEDing of it (e.g., a forest quite important.

"fire" .
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day 14. BEARING) not hearing. 14. In certain primitive lands, of any sort are few and far
between.
"War wounds" (plural) links h
,11 $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day ; up better with BEARING than 17. To your surprise, might turn out to be rather nice.

b !with hearing. 19. Can be associated with a very painful end.

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day ., i 16. HOME not some, The "dif- .20. For a game of cards, a table would be better than a

i i ficulty in, getting some snow. wooden box.

$60 p>r mo. . $2.00 per day '..; : K !shoes" has no particular real. :H. Such people have little money.

itionship to whether or not "a .

$65 per mo. . '. $2.16 per day PAY : man" has "snowshoes." HOMEis

.-- GEORGE PEPPARD AlAN ADD[ BOB CUMMINGS much more to the point. FREE WORD LISTTHIS

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day

:..J,j ..V.',.. MARTHA HYER EliZABETH ASHlEY LEVI AYRES Solution Last Week's LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS, THE

:-e $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Puzzle

MARTIN BALSAM I RALPH T AEGER ARCHIE MOOR : CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day .Mil NAT DR'Ers'S1HI ) '
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Oversensitive! reply, write to Ably. Box S365. : d ,

Beverly Hills Calif. 90212. and

include a self-addressed stamped en- I : \ ITS 1I ro

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DEAR' ABBY: Correct me If I'm wrong, but in a funeral DEAR ABBY: My sister's daughter will be 17 soon. Hereis limousine\>"> GAME, SNVAK IN, GENNULMANL1? you're craving hear

procession, aren't BLOOD relatives supposed to ride in the a girl who is vain, selfish, rude,. irresponsible and who 1J0 MOt ti. will take .. HIJNP AGAIN, "Iwanna hold yourhamiranother ""

first car Immediately following the hearse? And in cases where never speaks a kind word to her mother. The girl has no respect 'iItoitI 1MSUBORDIMATJOH, vou to 144 -

there are a number of married BLOOD relatives aren't all for grown-ups and it is almost impossible to reason with i VOKUM// ORiru.AGA1NMAXJMUIA. ttltbell" L 10,000 times!

the husbands and wives supposed to ride in the cars BEHINDall her. My sister gives her everything she asks for without the 1 'BE TI tE"S1tASTItS"

the blood relatives? I am a daughter of the deceased, and slightest resistance. This situation irritates me no end. Whatis I i \i a
VOLUME//' .
was in the FIFTH car, riding behind sisters-in-law and bro your advice? I :; 4 1 !r rby

thers in-law, and I want to know if this was proper. HER UNCLE '<

BOILING OVER DEAR UNCLE: Don't blame the girl for her offensive man- 1 ref cr

DEAR BOILING: You must have a very low boiling point. nerisms. Where was your sister when her daughter's charac- a ctn.

In my opinion, married couples belong together at a funeralin ter and personality were forming? After you have answeredthat ... : r

order to comfort and console one another. And if funeral question, don't dwell on it or you'll be smoldering more a

protocol states otherwise, I am sure every undertaker in the and enjoying it less. 1 ,

country will lay me out promptly. \

DEAR ABBY: I hope "PATIENT" will not be too disap- 1 ?

Dear ABBY: I am 23, unmarried and pregnant. I have gone pointed when, after waiting nine years for that married man
who will marry her "when all his children have become 21 OESTDOWNTQPER LET ME THANKyjEST BUT I CAN'T SPARE I'LL DO ITINNY
steady with this man for a year. He is the father, but he
years of age," she is told that he is sorry but he can't marry = WNAR TF4'CREEK A WUN GIT R TH'SAME.HONEV MONEY FER ON CREDIT
doubts it. He knows very well that I haven't even had coffee
EER !E uD Par-
will be that his wife is "not well"and E-c YE GOING BUCKETfTw CHAWKLET BARS
with another man since I started going with him. He is divor- her as promised. One excuse .. TODAY

ced and could marry me, but he told me he never intends to he can't afford to upset her with a divorce. .c LOWEEZY?
Another will be that his children are at the marrying age g r t
marry again. I know I was foolish to get so involved with him,
but it's too late now. now and divorced parents might hurt their chances. Another i
she deserves man. I could fill r.nt C
will be that a "younger"
Is there some way I can prove that he's the father? They
column with those because I have heard them
excuses,
your
say blood tests won't hold up in court. I can't afford a lawyer

anyway. Is there a home for unwed mothers in the L. A. area all.
"WAITED 14 YEARS FOR NOTHING"DEAR w
that will take me? (I've had one illegitimate baby before. 8cZGluwa
ABBY How does 14 of who weighs
: a girl years age,
Will that matter?) Let me-know through your column, Abby.I bBoTl4
about 30 too much about getting the weight off?
pounds go Z
can't mail
me- get at home as there is no privacy here. Sign NEEDS IT"DEAR r.n

UNLUCKY NEEDS: The same way a girl (or boy) of ANY age

goes about it. First, she sees a doctor. Then she does exactly

DEAR "UNLUCKY": Send me jour name and address andI what the doctor tells her to do.

will recommend homes for unwed mothers in *
some your lit7aLD1IE>rSLS. piEr sail-r is5PACE HOLD YOUR CUNFIPE-
\ area. Do not delay because most homes can accept you CONFIDENTIAL TO "STUPID QUESTION" IN GULFPORT: THEY H # 15 cKAY.M GETTING CUT WE COME AS FflEND5.

only if you apply eight weeks (or more) before your delivery No question is "stupid" if it is asked in earnest.. The answer to >* NERV'S GOUpgS! CIF HIS.

date. Having had this experience before doesn't mat your question (which was far from stupid) is simply this: Pre- u

ter. Your local Legal Aid Society can tell yon what your marital sex is wrong because it's a fraud. It promises that

rights are if Jon can't afford a lawyer. which it cannot fulfill. Ao. chci

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Morning and Afternoon O Ozzie and Harriet Calloway; English comics the Presidency. Based on

5:30 O (B Meet The Press Morecambe and Wise; the play by Howard Lind- .7
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7:05 CD (Color) Relevant Dave and Katharine
Eugene McCarthy, Barry Spencer Tracy,
Religion both from Minnesota and Morty Gunty; and the Pin- Hepburn, Van Johnson, 1 EAsws '

7:30 O Gospel Caravan perhaps the two top con ky and Perky puppets.The Angela Lansbury. (Two s ur

8:30 D Gospel Songs tenders for the Democratic MacRaes parady a bourses min.)
8:35 O Sen. George Smathers
Red Skelton-Lucille Ball
Vice Presidential nom- B Movie:
8:40 O Lippy the Lion
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9:00 O You Are There .......2 .
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"The" Liberation of Par- tic City. Moore Carol Charming study at first hand the i A U : VOO.J
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O Gospel I Bloch orchestra.
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lines in Holland in a
O This is the Answer man
stolen money, ask GrindI s I
10:30 O Faith for Today dramatic effort to end to impersonate a gun And Afternoon q
World War II. Within 6:10 D Continental Classroom
This Is the Life '
O moll. Grindl: Imogene Co 1Ir
eight days it became ap American Government ye\ 1
O The Catholic Hour ca. Foster: James Mill-
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11:00 Q Image U.S.A. was
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2:00 B Convention Preview analysis of ry. 9:00 O Divorce Court

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9:30 O Are YOU MEAN SHAKY NEC 5 AVW
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political spotlight, (Special) Chet Huntley and Roosevelt as it preparesto 10:00 Q Make Room for Thr; a

explores the various roles David Brinkley anchor this begin its regular tour Daddy e A
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women play in politics. last-minute evaluation of
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key Democrats and review -
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demands made on convention activities. O Love of Life NAPPLtiED TAPS? HIM; uP: you w1a::."..'T"Dce ti;

the candidate's wives. 7:00 O Danger Is My Business: erman. 12:25 O News 10 SARGE i TAKES IT Crf -?

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fireman
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Monday Evening the Democratic National complishments in domestic Pat O'Brien stars in "The 11:30 Q CD Tonight 7:05 0 Ranger'Hal O Pete and Gladys 2:00 Q CD Loretta Young

5:00 O ,Best of Groucho Convention, calls the first afairs. Greatest Man in the TUESDAY 7:50 O Local News, Weather 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When, O Password
Jf- O Adventures in session to order in Con- O Democratic World." An unhappy garage Morning and Afternoon 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo O Love of Life I 2:30 Q CD Doctors

ParadiseNewsHuntley vention Hall in Atlantic ConventionSee mechanic is idolizedby 6:10 CD Continental Class 9:00 O Divorce Court 12:25 0 News O House Party

I CD City. He will preside over Channels O CD for his son. room O Bachelor Father 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or 3:00 O CD Another World

f Brinkley this organizational meet- details., i 10:30 CD Compass 12 American Government CD (Color) Romper Room ConsequencesO O To Tell the Troth

S 5:25 Q Moments in Sports ing and later will deliver J lO:1"m Convention CoverageCont. 11:00 O 0 CD News, Weather, "The Emergence of the 9:30 O People Are Funny Search for Tomorrow 3:25 0 News

I 5:30 O Newscope the keynote address. Also ( .) I Sports Welfare State." CD Jack La Lanne I 12:45 0 Guiding Light 3:30 e CD (Color) You Don't

I O News speaking tonight: John M. O Adventures in ParadiseThe 11:25 0 Movie: 6:15 O Scope 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy 12:55 O CD News Say

CD News Bailey, chairman of the college crowd has "Tea for Two." ((1950) O Humanities C-52 CD (Color) Cameras 1:00 Q News, Weather O Edge of Night

-J 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, Democratic National Committee taken over the Tiki for a Two ex-vaudevillians tell 6:30 Q Religions of Man Please O Midday 4:00 O Match GameD

6:00 0 News, Weather, and New Jersey charter trip and young their children how they 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words 10:30 O CD Word for Word CD (Color) TV Bingo Secret Storm

1 Sports Gov. Richard J. Hughes. and drunken Ted Costainis went about producing their: 6:45 0 Pastor's Study O I Love Lucy 1:15 CD Focus 2 D (Color) Popeye's Pals
O CD Democratic Scheduled for this ses- havicn a swinging time. their first show duringthe I CD Hi, Neighbor
10:55 O CD News 1:30: O CD Color Let's Makea 4:25 O News
Convention sion is a half-hour film, Adam: Gardner McKay. Depression. Doris 6:50 Q Farm and Home ( ) .

i (Special) Sen. John O. designed as a report to Phyllis Willoughby: Mar Day, Gordon MacRae, 7:00 Q CD Today 11:00 Q CD Concentration Deal 4:30 O Woody Woodpecker

Pastore of Rhode Island the delegates, dealing with garet O'Brien. Gene Nelson. (One hour, From Conveniton Hall O McCoys O As the World Turns O Burns and Allen

p temporary chairman of the Administration's ac CD State Performance 40 min.) O Local News, Weather 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy j 1:55 Q CD News CD Star Performance
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H)1 TUESDAY evening, WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I FRIDAY evening and SATURDAY I


J Tuesday Evening from Oxford Universityin libel, the reporter respon- 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for Friday Evening ry Nelson, Janet Blair, American family visits CD Yancy Derringer
1:00 Q Best of Groucho 1933. (Live) sible tries to create a situ- Word 5:00 O Best of Groucho Roddy McDowall. the St. Louis Fair at the 1:15 0 BaseballLos

1; 0 Maverick O News, Weather, ation forcing the young O I Love Lucy O Adventures in J P-30 O CD On Parade turn of the century. Judy Angeles at St. Louis.

CD News Huntley- Sports woman to withdraw her 10:55 Q CD News Paradise Julius La Rosa and Canadian Garland, Margaret 0' 1:25 O Sen. Smathers
ljl Johnson Es- 11:00 O CD Concentration 5:25 Q Moments in Brien. 2. "Mothra." Science
Brinkley 6:30 0 Democratic charges. Van Sports songstress Shirley ( 1:30 O O Baseball

1:00 Q CD Democratic ConventionSee ther Williams Lucille O McCoys 5:30 O Newscope i' Harmer are spotlighted. Fiction; Japanese; I San Francisco at Milwaukee. -

Convention 6:00: Channels Ball Keenan Wynn Cecil 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, La Rosa sings "If I Could ((1962)) A giant moth' .
p.m.
I Kellaway, Ben Blue, June O Pete and Gladys Weather, Sports Be with You" and the hatches and wrecks havoc 4:00 CD Wrestling
O..CD for details.
h! (Special) The second session Lockhart. (One hour, 50 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When 6:30 O CD 0 News Italian love song "0 Volu while seeking the returnof O Carling Open Golf
; of the convention 10QO Q Convention
Coverage min.) O Love of Life 7:00 O Silent Service Bene." its kidnaped guardians. Championship.

'I opens tonight and Speaker (Cont.) 11:30 O CD Tonight 12:25 0 News O Death Valley Days O Golf Review Franky Sakari, Hiroshi 4:30 O Outlaws
O Maverick
1 of the House John Mc- Western
1 12:30 Q CD Color Truth
( )
WEDNESDAY or CD Glenn Reeves (Special) Actor James Koizymix. EVENING
Cormack takes over as "The Misfortune Teller.
ConsequencesO 7:30 Q International Show 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson
Garner is the host for this
5:00 CD Porter
permanentchairrnan.Scheduled Accused of killing the Morning and Afternoon Wagner
Search for Tomorrow Time 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin
\ Continental Classroom I golf exhibition, a curtain- 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers
for tonight is mayor, Bret is jailed to 6:10 CD
12:45 O Guiding Light Emilia Conde Manolo
"Circus of the ,
.... the report of Rep. Carl await his trial. All hope American Government: 12:55 News Vikings, raiser for the weekend O NBC Sports Special
O CD in features Torrente, the Arnaldo
taped Copenhagen, -, telecasts of the $200,000
B. Albert of Oklahoma, seems lost when Bret "The Welfare State in 1:00 Q News Weather O Invisible Man
Dancers Ravel
an artist, an World Margie
escape Golf Cham-
I, chairman of the Platform learns that his defense attorney's Perspective." O Midday elephant that smokes pionship.Carling This show was and Hecton de San Juan 6:00 O News, Weather,
of law is
Committee. practice 6:15 O Scope CD (Color) TV Bingo comic tumblers, a clown' taped earlier today at the are the guests. Sports
Also scheduled is a based on an astrology O Summer Semester 1:15 O Focus 2 in a crazy car, a former Oakland Hills Country SATURDAYMorning Q Fishing Fun
I half.hour film to chart. Bret: James Gar 6:30 O Religions of Man CD News, Sports
report 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let'sMake trapeze artist who does Club in Birmingham, and Afternoon ""
the ner. Melanie Blake: Kath- 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words 6:15 O News, Weather
delegates on foreign a Deal magic, and high school Mich., site of the Carling 7:00 CD Union Pacific ,
policy. leen Crowley. 6:45 0 Pastor's Study O As the World Turns equestrians in a "Robin I tourney. We see an exhibition 7:05 0 Humanities C-52 Sports

k The 72-year-old McCor- CD Wire ServiceDrama"The CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor 1:55 Q CD News Hood Fantasy." by six professional 7:30 0 Sunday School Forum 6:30 0 PasswordAllenLudden

mack has represented Nameless." Evans 6:50 O Farm and Home. 2:00 O CD Loretta Young O Movie golfers two Americanand CD Comedy Capers

Massachusetts in the writes a series of articles 7:00 O CD TodayConvention O Password Historical Drama four foreign and 8:00 Q Across the FenceD CD On the threshold of

House since the 70th about a black market Reports. %:30 O CD Doctors Captain Kangaroo Space
(Color) "Land of the 'Pha- some golf clowning by
congress. He was elected adoption racket. Then a O Local News, Weather O House Party roahs." (1955)) A great Pat Harrington Jr. CO Rocky and His 6:45 Q News

Speaker of the House aft- reader comes to him for 7:05 O Ranger Hal 3:00 Q CD Another World Pharoah drives his peoplefor 10:00 O CD Jack Paar Friends 7:00 O Circue Boy
help his illegally adopted 7:50 Local To Tell the Truth 8:30 Robin
er the death of Sam Ray- O News O 30 years to build a'' Color) show O Hood O Jimmy Strickland
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burn in 1961, and he is son has just been kid- 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 3:25 0 News pyramid that will house "Tonight" O: (Color) Popeye and 7:30 O Lieutenant-Drama
I alumni Hugh Downs and
I \ now first in the line of naped. Evans: George 9:00 O Divorce Court 3:30 Q CD (Color) You his body and treasure for Goodman the Bozo O Lucy.Desi-Comedy
I Presidential succession. Brent. Richard Fielding: O Bachelor Father Don't Say Dody are 9:00 O Supercar Hour
all Jack Haw-
,, Albert became House majority Phillip Pine. David: Dennis CD (Color) Romper Room O Edge of Night kins eternity.Joan guests. Dody gives an account O Alvin 8:00 CD U.S. Summer
Collins Dewey of her blind dates.
leader in 1962, and Holmes. ((60 min.) 9:30 0 People Are Funny 4:00 O Match GameD Martin. 9:30 O CD (Color) Ruff and Olympics

I is known as a persuasive 11:00 O 0 CD News, S CD Jack La Lanne Secret Storm Also a guest, songstress Reddy Gymnastics, fencing and
CD Ann Howes currently
Destry Sally -
leader. It has been said of Weather, Sports 10:00 O Make Room for CD Popeye's Pals O Tennessee Tuxedo rowing.
him that "nobody ever 11:25 0 Movie: Daddy 4:2-5 O News Outlaw "Red Brady's appearing on Broad- 10:00 Q CD (Color) Hector 8:30 O Defenders

.: ," gets mad at Carl." Albert, "Easy to Wed. ((1946) O News 4:30 0 Magilla Gorilla Kid" is 13-year-old Toby, way in "What" Makes Heathcote O Joey Bishop-Comedy

a Rhodes scholar, received When a glamorous socia CD (Color) Cameras Q Barns and Allen who shows his contemptfor Sammy Run? O Quick Draw McGraw 9:00 Q CD (Color) Saturday

his B.A. degree lite sues a newspaper for Please CD Star Performance the law by holding offa O Alfred Hitchcock 10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 I Night at the Moviees:
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posse while his dad "Anyone For Murder? O Mighty Mouse "Wild River."
escapes. Destry: John In an attempt to find out 11:00 O CD Dennis the Montgomery -

t WEDNESDAY evening a THURSDAY 'til 5 p.m. Gavin. how many husbands and MenaceD 9:30 Q Summer Clift. Playhouse
wives are capable of horn
8:30 Q CD Bob Hope Ranger Hal 10:00 O Gunsmoke-Western

Wednesday Evening ator from Minnesota 'who 11:30 O W Tonight O McCoys- (Color) "Wake Up, Darl icide, a psychology pro 11:30 Q CD Fury 11:00 O Detectives-Police

5:00 O Best of Groucho split the 1948 conventionwith THURSDAYMorning 11:30 O CD: (Color) Jeopardy ing." In this comedy by fessor uses a newspaperad O Roy Rogers Q CD News, Sports,
O Gallant Men his appeal for a and Afternoon O Pete and Gladys Alex Gottlieb advertising to offer the "ultimate 12:00 O CD (Color) Weather

CD News-Huntley- strong civil rights plank; 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When executive Don Emerson solution" for unhappy Bull winkle 11:30 CD Movie-

Brinkley Eugene J. McCarthy, the American Government: i O Love of Life wants his wife to forget marriages. Script by Ar- O Theater X Double Feature

5:25 O Moments in Sports junior senator from Minnesota "Social Security. I 12:25 0 News about show business so thur Ross from a story by "Island of the Lost Souls." "
1. "The D. I. Jack Webb
5:30 O NewscopeO ; and New York 6:15 O Scope O Search for Tomorrow he's far from happy when Jack Richie. Charles Laughton Bela ;
2. "Weird Woman Lon
CD News City's Mayor Robert F. O Humanities C-52 ; 12:45 0 Guiding Light she lands the lead in a 11:03 O O l CD News Lugosi. Chancy, Jr. >

6:00 0 Democratic Wagner. Also scheduled: 6:30 Q Religions of Man, I 12:55 O CD News' new Broadway musical. 11:25 O Movie: Double 12:30 O Science Fiction O MovieG

Convention a half-hour film about 6:40 O (Color) Living Words 12:30, Q CD (Color) Truth or Bill Dana appears as Jose Feature Theater Movie

(Special) Chairman John President Johnson. (Live) 6:45 0 Pastor's Study Consequences Jimenez in a cameo role. 1. "Meet Me in St. Louis." CD Mr. Wizard "Anchors Aweigh" Frank

W. McCormack opens this O News, Sports, CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor 1:00 O News, Weather Bob Hone. is the host. Bar"y.i 1 ..,..-1., .I'Ort... .Cfan........ .T....#.u/. "Cnno' ''''''II A:' I UIIIQL:.. .la__, rtduiryn V .L_._ __ ___.:
session. Candidates for Weather. 6:50 0 Farm and Home O Midday urayson

President and Vice Presi- 6:30 0 Democratic 7:00 O CD Today CF;) (Color! TV Bingo
dent will be nominated. ConventionSee Convention Reports. 1:15 O Focus 2 By HELOISE CRUSE

There are 2316 votes; and Channels O CD for O Local News, 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's
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4 1159 (one more than half) details. Weather Make a Deal
required for nomina 10:00: O Convention (Cont.) 7:05 0 Ranger Hal O As the World Turns
I .are
Hints From
O To Be Announced 7:50 0 Local News, Weather 1:55 O CD News HeloiseDEAR .j

tion.Two ,questions will be CD Wire Service-Drama 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 2:00 O CD Loretta Young

answered today: who will "The Johnny Rath Story. 9:00 Q Divorce Court O Password

get the Vice Presidential Johnny Rath is missing. O Bachelor Father 2:30 Q CD Doctors

nomination and, will PresIdent Miller suspects that the CD (Color) Romper O House Party

Johnson be nominated boy's friend is not tellingall Room 3:00 Q CD Another World .-- -

S by acclamation? he knows about the 9:30 0 People Are Funny O To Tell the Truth I! HELOISE: another ordinarily not use in frontof 'al shirts in this condition.
Only five Democratic disappearance. Miller: CD Jack La Lanne 3:25 O News I have a suggestion to offer Let's give this woman a gold our neighbor. Please help
presidents have receivedthis Dane Clark. 10:00fake Room for 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't for cleaning the walls and ceilings crown! Wish I could. And look, HELOISE me.KAY

honor: Andrew Jack 11:00 O 0 CD News Daddy I Say of your home.I how it saves your han'*- I SOLOMAN
Anyone know the
son, Martin VanBuren, ,11:25 0 Movie: O News O Edge of Night use my pan and roller which H TSE DEAR HELOISE: this answer to
problem? If
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Blond CD Color Cameras 4:00 O Match Game so, write Hel
Grover Cleveland, Wood- "Incendiary e. ( ) ordinarily I use for painting
To remove the odors from oise, care this We
FranklinD. ((1945)) Texas Guinan joinsa Please O Secret Storm my paper. sure
and
row Wilson and instead of putting paint in DEAR HELOISE: home freezer when accidently would appreciate it.
Roosevelt (three wild west show to aid 10:30 Q CD (Color) Word for G3 Poe 'e's Pals the pan I put my favorita cleaning I found another fabulous way pulled the main we switch for- HELOISE

her financially poor fa Word 4:25 O News j solution I've made for .
: times) up to use your precious nylon net two weeks. I removed all the .
I Vice Presidential contenders ther. Betty Hutton, Arturode O I Love Lucy 4:30 () Huckleberry Hound I cleaning our walls and ceilings. One day, when I couldn't find spoiled meat washed! the freezer -DEAR HELOISE:
I include Hubert H. Cordova, Charlie Rug- 10:55 Q CD News' 0 Burns and Allen ]Dip your roller in your solution my seive I used that grand old out thoroughly with solution
Humphrey, the senior sen- gles. (One hour, 50 min.) 11:00 O CD Concentration CD Star Performance. ;and roll away nylon net for straining the oil of household ammonia a in- Thanks so much for the idea

-The roller has to be rolled from a can of tuna fish.HELEN. warm water. I let it dry tho- of cooking pot roast beef in water

THURSDAY FRIDAY 'til 5 fairly dry before applying (to HIZA roughly, rinsed it again with to which we have added two
II evening, p.m. I:prevent dripping) and roll as if I soda water, then made a teaspoons of instant tea. I find

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V Thursday Evening side Convention Halloron 11:30 O CD Johnny O Pete and Gladys rnhens.
of
Then with a wipe a damp Listen, ladies, for those of water and applied this with a .
I the boardwalk after the FRIDAY 12:00 Q CD Color
1:00 Q Best of Groucho ( ) Say When cloth or sponge your job is com who sponge.I BENT LANE
almost Morning and Afternoon O Love of you cannot see (even .
O InvIsible i Man closing gavel-depends Life pleted. You can cover so much .
with your bi-focals) when let this dry thoroughly for
Drama entirely on the stamina 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 12:25 0 News in less time.I .
more space DEAR HELOISE
I CD News Huntley and exuberance of American Governm e n t; 12:30 Q CD (Color) Truth or found this to be especially threading the sewing machine, two days.I :
b : I just learned to remove the have since when I found that my dry for
BrlntileyQ the delegates. (Live) "Welfare" -:- A history of Consequences good on rcuih walls that are smelling mips
5:25 Greatest Headlines O News, Weather, American Government O Search for Tomorrow hard to c1 an. needle from 'the sewing ma- odors in my refrigerator, thaw- hardwood floors are dirv'ulf; to
5:30 O Newscope Sports Policies. It:t5 O! Gaidns; Light Even husband enjoys chine, hold it in your hand at ed it thoroughly: and washed it wash and keep: clan, and they

,t O CD News 6:30 O Democratic Com en- 6:15 Q Scope 12:51 0 C9 News washing the my walls and ceiling a slant rearcur iigh', thread I with half vanilla and half water -take so long to dry.I .

':00 O CD Democratic Convention tion-See Channels Q CD O Summer Semester 1:00 O News, Weather this way. the needle then put it back in and it works like a charm.P. solved the problem by buy.

t 1- for details. 6:30 Q Religions of Man I O Midday A.E.C. the shaft. 0. S. ing K of a yard of dark cotton

r (Special) The fourth and 10:00 O Convention Cont. 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words CD (Color) TV Bingo Can you imagine anyone being (That's the gadget where flannel and making a bag (with
6:45 0 Pastor's Study 1:15 Q Focus 2 thinkof you loosen a screw and the DEAR HELOISE:
final convention s' on O Surfside 6 so smart as to even drawstrings) to put over
.p begins tonight. Present "Pattern for a Frame." CD: (Color) Hi, Neighbor 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's Makea using a roller for this purpose needle falls out!) What in the world do you do mop. It is easy to remove, easy my

i Johnson and his running When pretty Valerie Grant 6:50 0 Farm and Home Deal ? Gals, this saves the day!. to fix a shirt collar when the to shake, and quick to wash. I
7:00 O CD TodayConvention O As the World Turns distributes the Tension, too (not the ma-
mate will deliver their acceptance flirts with him, Ken It washing permanent collars stay have made several at a time.
speeches. promptly makes a date Report. 1:55 O CD News solution beautifully. Not too chine's, but yours). broken? The collar will not lay, Sure keeps my mop clean.

Also scheduled are memorial with her. Ken: Van Wil- O Local News, Weather 2:00 Q CD Loretta Young much in one place, and less in And lots of words we would I flat and my husband has sever-I;, ANN STIRLING
7:05 O Ranger Hal Q Password
tributes to the late liams, Valerie Grant:
p 7:50 0 Local News' Weather 2:39 O CD Doctors

John a F.half-haur Kennedy fi'm, including biography Myrna CD Star Fahey.Performance 8:00 9:00 0 O Captain Divorce Court Kangaroo 3:00 O O House CD Another Party World 'Profiles in Courage9; Debuts Nov. 8 I

to Eleanor Roosevelt Drama
;
O Bachelor Father O To Tell The Truth -
I Vanessa Brown stars in
stateswoman and
g wife, of Franklin D. Roosevelt -' "The Legacy." A grand- CD (Color) Romper Room 3:25 0 News By BOB THOMAS: nedy begin serious considera-J reviewed by former Kennedyaide "Fortunately, Sorenson was U

I ; and to Sam Ray- mother dies. Julie has 9:30 0 People Are Funny: 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't AP Movie-Television Writer tion. He had made appear- Theodore C. Sorenson, who able to provide a list of other
I CD Jack La Lanne Say HOLLYWOOD (APOne ances as a senator on Saudek's will receive screen credit. people Kennedy had consideredfor
the beloved "Mr. three selfless
burn." spent years 10:00 O Make Room for O Edge of Night new television series will start "Omnibus." "Bob Kennedy has seen two of inclusion in the book," said
of the the sick
Sam, Speaker attending woman.
DaddyO 4:00 O Match Game its season well after the rest of Kennedy established stringent the finished films," reports Michael Ritchie. "We also found a
and Elizabeth
for 17 Patterson
House years News S O Secret Storm the pack. "Profiles in Courage" t.*Tis for the series approvalof Ritchie, associate to producer magazine story which the presi.

chairman of the 1943. 1952 George Neise. CD (Color Cameras. CD Popeye's Pals will not debut until Nov. 8, because script, final film, casting. director Gordon Oliver. "Ted Ken- dent had written about womenof
and 1956 conventions. 11:00 Q 0 CD News
Please 4:25 Q News that's the way the late even the press releases. nedy has seen four or five of courage in American histo.
Today is President I 11:25 0 Movie: 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for 4:30 0 Supercar President John F. Kennedy;,And to avoid any political repercussions -them, and both are ecstatic over ry."
I Johnson's 56th "Lullaby of .
birthday, Broadway. -
Word O Burns and Allen wanted it. I the series was not to the results." The series will occupy the
and the occasion is to be ((1951)) Complications
O I Love Lucy CD Movie: After Kennedy's election to go on the air until after the 1964 Tall, bespectacled Ritchie, Sunday evening hour following
marked with boardwalk' arise when a young enter- 10:55 Q CD News "Primrose Path." ((1910)) the presidency, many producers elections. who looks like a Harvard history -"Meet the Press." Come high or

::.. celebrations band music tainer is kept from learning 11:03 Q Concentration The husband of the family sought his best-selling book I! Saudek and NBC have contin- student -which he was four''low ratings, "Profiles in Cour.
and fireworks. A definite that her
4 actressmother's O McCoys has a weakness for about moral courage in ued to follow Kennedy's instructions -,years ago said the scriptswill I age" is guaranteed a full :s-

; starting time for the festivities -I fortunes have faded. CD Jacksonville: :, .. ; gin. Ginger Rogers, Joel can politics as ,basis for 1 since his death. All detailsof necessarily go beyond the week season without options.

has not been set, Doris Day, Gene Nelson, University I -i :.. I McCrea, Marjorie Barn.S ries. But not until Ameri-j I the hour films are cleared 18 courageous figures featuredin That was a Kennedy stipulation,
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but whether it starts in-, S. Z. ZazalL ((90 min.) 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy ". beau, Miles Mander. dek made an inquiry 'with the estate. The scripts are the book. too., ____ "_


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all types. CaU Bobby required. Apply Wilson's Department C 4H 42 Forma Colored.. Acreage == I I 45.Man's 4. On this? 9.Meteor

Wood. Store.WANTED g EMPLOYMENT Property SillS j- lion nickname account 10.Higher

J FR 6-4707. experienced Legal Secretary n Work WanleJ Mal. RENTALS I : _ 12.Else: Old
LEARN to fcegm work by August 21. 11 Work Wanted F malo '
TO DRIVEl
tention to nervous Special or elderly.at- or earlier. Salary ccfimensurate 20 II Stu: teip Waaell U Colored Property Rentals C I-rz r r-ir- 1 i- 1w g. :.

Easy Way Driving SchooL FR with experience: and a iJ.ty. a: U Uelp- lal. or Femsle ft (ailages I or Ru&I' I 18. Fordtailedsea
7-7PQ2. Lie bv State of Fla. Fringe te-efi'.s. Blue Cross end C :: 8Iaie Strip Wanted 4:; Fanlshell Apta. iT 1! ( Is birds
Bue! Shied.: For interview contact C Drumatse 4. l'oluralshed I =
KUT 'N Beauty KURL BEAUTY SALOON E. A. Clayton or James E. 11 Female Help Wanted n Ho..u fee Rest Apia.. F1InL. 05 I 21. Paid apenalty
on a Budget
; All work guaranteed Clayton. Phone 3729591. 41 BODsn for Beat Unfit-n.. == ir IT = = t

Perm. $5 up Sham-set Sl.SU up CURB WAITRESSES day end : FARMS Cr LIVESTOCK U Room. fer Rent Speak
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 night shift, top wages. Apply' C ze t'.rlll EquIpment 50 Hotel Rooms 1& 19 oji
Open nights by appt. In person Jerry's Restaurant: 5 21 Feed A FuUlbn II Ms... RcaiaJ.C it I/ 23. large
2310 S. W. 73f/i :U.I n LIvestock Ii SuppUn 11A Wanted 70 Rent 25. Optic

6 SPECIAL NOTICES I SECRETARY WANTED Must be C u L&ndseaplnr Tap Sol 82 Boarder. Wanted e Er 11 2Z network .
I proficient lit shorthand end typ. 1(1 PaCe .. SupplieS 53 Office Deck Span

PEOPLE interested in Senator ing. Salary commensurate with at IJYCII.Ck Wanted Ii Busllles. BeIlt&J8 m --T- 2&Rubsout

Coldwater's campaign please experience and ability. Scrugg: lq.f4WU&WkJb 25 27. Present ,

TO call and leave number at FR & CarmichaeL 3 SE 1st Avenue FINANCIAL SERVICE 23.Device for
: '
6690. Paid Political Adv. Ph. 376-5242. 56 Basmus 01lpertultlee IS Special Senten 'Z '/' 7
z5ZZ1 oJT
THANK 87 Moser ta !Au i: ZmprevensestC gn r'II '// { draining
YOU for making the BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted ax Mortgagee RadIo TV Berylee -4 1 lIcutd
1964 PARADE OF HOMES i'/j days a week. Group insurance Money Waaiell 2 1 AppUuu Frn1tuz.WiflUu1llBUflllUUWCftflffuhlrnnuuflunnJj. i Youngsters love sock toys 29J .30ff 'l JJ 1 of
the success It sick Please phone 30. Genus
was. Gainesville pay.
cuddly fun to play with Stitch
,
i : Junior Woman's Club Home 3721581. ( ( him up in a hurry. 1' nuthatches
_Builders "
Assoc. of Gainesville.
New this horsy! 1 size 12 : 31. Hank
AVON
CALLING 12 Male Help WantedMORLEY'S 13-Help Male or Female sock for head, body; other legs; -
8 Baby Sitters. Child Car. felt ears features. 11" seated. Pat. 32.VIolet
Increased Foil business necessitates :5Tis
tern ton Morse: face di. 7 :J o '
SANDWICH $65 WEEKLY AND; MORE pattern 15v ketone
GET [ Keep infants and children in rnj placing 3 women For reliable man or woman to rections. 33.Flttedwlth
-
home. immediately. Real opportunity SHOP :service Watkins customers in i
Colt FR 2-5169 for those who qualify. 1029 W. Univ. Ave. Counter man section of Gainesville. Full or Thirty-live cents In coins for this rV glass
and general Restaurant work. Apply part time. No investment. Write pattern add 15 cents for each -
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE Good opportunity for mothers I in person. C. R. Ruble. Dept. 8-4, P. O. pattern for Ut-class mailing and '/ 'l.fS 36. Scrap

Day, wk., or mo. Old Newberry of school age children' __Box 2447 Memphis Tenn. special handling. Send to Laura / // 38.Narrow
Rd. Planned GRADER OPERATOR with lime.rock Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft _
programs. Pick
Avon Cosmetic
up servicing inlet
at Llttlewood and experience and other heavy TEACHERS fully qualified, for Dept.. P. O. Box Ul, Old .A' ? ewsfeehuas 8/22
schools. Call FR 26667.TINY Terwilliger. Customers. Write A v 0 n. equipment. Men needed. Lake City good late vacancies. No fee Unless Chelsea Station. New York 11, N.Y. Par time 30 mln. 40. Finish
P. O. Box 448, Gainesville Paving Co.. Lake City Fla. placed. Southern Teachers Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER.
Agy., Columbia.. ,
THAT TOT Fla. or call FR 2-0421. S C. NAME ADDRESS and ZONE.

TWO cooks experienced day shift WANTED bartender. Apply Hotel 16 Work Wanted Female
PLAY SCHOOL NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs -
I : & night shift, full time apply in Thomas in person. more fashions to knit. crochet than 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 33 LOTS FOR SALE

Visit us and see for yourself. person. See Alan at new building I do irKin9Jn my home. isis ieverl! Plus 3 FREE patterns
2ISE 8th St. FR 1I-78o.. "Alan's Mr. Sandwich Shop" between WANTED University of Florida SE PI. Lincoln Estates. ,embroidery dolls' clothes. Send 25 1954 SCHULT 8 X 37. 2 BR, 1 with NORTHWEST 444 acre tracts of 'land for sale.

COMPETENT mother will& 9 & 5 Monday. 1620 W. student to work full time before Call FR 62918.EXPERIENCED. Cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. bunk, $1500. Call Mr. Foster TRAILER SALES Terms can be arranged. J. T.
for children Univ. Ave. across from Univ. school starts then part time high calibre Mon. Fri. 9:00 5:00 FR 2. Howze Rt. 4. Box Ml, Gaines:
reasonable real
In her 2702 Waldo Road N.E.
Post Office COMPLETE QUILT ville. Ph. 3721090.
home at afterwards. Room rent to con estate salesman for VALUE U 3415.
909 SE Ut Ave. busy local of
Phone At Palm Lan 37- 205Yalll
FR 6usi.WOULD I stitute part payment. For information fice. All repl.es; confidentiaL PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt For Sale -. 1 BR air cond. turn. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2
12 Mole Help Wanted call FR 4-301J. BOX NO. BOOK. For beginners: experts.: :Send:
like playmate ltl .4 45 A, Gainesville Sun trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent trailers. Large awnings, 3 large;
BETTER tie girl for mv & 15 LICENSED sac nowl conde.1._ 2-98M 6-. patios, 3 septic tanks. lots of
days. Age 2 to S. Play CARRIER BOYS between 12 Real Estate salesman Come
Disnwasher paid $45 week. Immediate
equipment. $100 A.M. and 6-12 P.M. shade good rental Income. Just
Phone FR routeIn a week
27471 see yrs. old needed for paper drawing account. ,
opportunity. Apply Prim- outside limits. For sale. FR
__at_ 2221 N. W. 55th Terr. rose Inn Kitchen. 214 W. Univ. the N.E. and N.W. Sections. 3 Large volume builder developing 28 Livestock Cr Supplies I 959 Ritzcraft 2 Br., front kit. See our custom-made 12-wides at 6-11883. city
Wonderful experience for your areas. Position in Gainesville. 10 x 46' $2500. Bank financing.
Ave. ID-wide prices. M.H.AA.A. Approved -
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED DISHWASHER, son daily contact with the public Reply Sun.to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville FOR SALE SHETLAND Ponies O-Kay'trailer Court 4th trailer in. Top Brands. t yr. financing 34 Waterfront Property
good hours good prepares him for a leading role colts mares riding ponies sad- FOR RENT or sale 1962 New available. See Dad and Brad Lar-
pay. Apply Wonderhouse Restau. In his future. For more information STEAK Phone GR S- Moon trailer 19 sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson
AND
LIQUOR dies and bridles. x 55, will take
HOUSEWIVES IMPROVE
rant. 14 SW 1st behind Sears.
call Gainesville Sun Circula- $12 WATERFRONT FOOT I
WITH Rt. too 1 mile S.E. of Keystone
Kids in school soon? Going to have AGE. we are seeking a sn8. smaller trailer for equity and
some spare time? Christmas MEATCUTTER or good meat ton; Dept. 372-8441. mature man to represent our take up payments. Phone FR Heights. Open evenings, and 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fa
\
coming up before weigher & wrapper. Apply Thurs. FULLTIME salesman: wanted. Retail line' of soft goods. Established 30 PETS & SUPPLIESFREE 21313. river with Vj mile Rd. frontage
you can hardly
CAR! turn around. Need extra thru Sunday noon In person to clothing and furnishings. Experience area of Florida. Accounts In. less than 3 ml. to High Springs.
for money East Side Market 1424 Haw. necessary in retail sell elude department variety hard FEDERAL QUALITY Sunday.WYATT About 80 acres cleared fram
gifts for
.those weeks
to 6
new KITTENS 5
grand- thorne Road. ware and sporting house, shed and storage room,
children? ing. Salary commensurate with goods stores. HOMES INC. -
We need ladies for Full old. kittens 4 to S months old. spring. Ideal Club or Camp site.
part time employment. 20 hrs. GRILL man experienced. Top sal ability and experience. JVi day ed. If training in our line provid cute and fluffy. Grown cats. 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR
per week. $1.25 per hr. Your ary. Apply Wonderhouse Restau week insurance benefits. Write you have previous sales Phone 372-3572. 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor
age is no barrier If you are rant. 14 SW 1st St. Behind Sears. resume to box 461-A to arrange experience and can be away two Trailer SalesHome 11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 376-1359
old. AKC SCHULTZ, American 2 bed
over 30. The or three nights a week. write BLACK Labradors. 5 mo. Early
ance Corp. office Professional Insur. ROUTE salesman for soft drink for personal Interview. Chas. Roth 1201 Russell St. !Reg. Championship background rooms, 10x50 Hillcrest Trailer of JUST over one acre heavily wooded -
Baird Hdwe. is in Pccm 205 corrpany. Must be bondable, age MAN over 21 vacancy m W. Ala- Louis MO. This Is a life time inoculated beautiful at home or Court Lot A-5. Pacemaker Mobile Homes Lake Ann. 20 miles from
representative Bldg.will anlf hiring 25-33. Phone FR 2-8511 9 to 5 chua Co. ; part Gainesville i for position with excellent income. In the field. FR 25763. Shasta and Airstream Gainesville. 10 front feet on clear
be
in
frommornina lake. $3500 with $1500 down and
weekdays. Full time 54 year old CONNOLLYMobile
830 Rawleig dealer. pre company. Travel TrailersOcala's
IN -0 0:30 each with 3
or I. Tri color Collies, papers. $50 per month or $3,000 cash.
._call. _! _374-84S5 for an appointment. t. ATTENTION ferred. Will consider ambitious S3 CHRISTMAS CARDS Business I females. 2 males. $35 to 550. Can Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 First Mobile Horn FR 6-3211, Ext. 5568, Fred Bry
Dealer 1948
part-timer. Many now earning Since
and Personal. Customers be seen at 3023 N.E. 12th St. bedroom mobile homes. Many ant.
WOMEN. SPARE TIME Earn per hour and up. Write Rawleigh imprinted. name 12i: Silver Springs Blvd.
money and dresses for ASSISTANT I FA I 320 1170, Memphis Tenn. Earn unusually high POINTER pups BEST FAST floor plans. 7 year financing. Phone 2l 358 WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg.
commissions
yourself from
this 3 miles South
I medium- Drive out today.
lines, FDSB
blood
'. about Easy work 123 no experience. Make MANAGERSLean YOUNG man high school education and high-priced line. Free Sample Reg.DELIVERY. 3',', mos., 1 male, 1 female of Gainesville on- U. S. 441 Ph. Ocala. Fla. Broker, speullzing in
taits. weekly. For free de to answer phone. wait on Album. Process Corp. (our $100 each. FR 23477. 376-0571 1960 NEW MOON. SO x 10. Phone LAKE PROPERTIESACRE-
write today. FashionWAITRESSES manager needed for Central customers in busy building supply 43rd year), 3450 S. 54th Ave., 472-2394 or 472-2C71. Newberry. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,
; Ohio Frocks Dept. S-5113. Cincinnati Florida office. Small office, good yard. No phone calls. WriteP. __Dept._ HU 3. Chicage. III., 60650. PEKINGESE. Pek a pea and Lowest prices, easiest terms, largest GR 5-2981.
45202
In
display central Florida.
salary. good future. Send resumeto O. Box 450, City. black miniature Poodles, $35 to 33 LOTS FOR SALE
103 Long Point Road, Cape with Effie Lindsey We trade for anything. Free delivery OVER 30 acres of lake front many
$50 papers.
Johnson Restaurant.wanted Howard Canaveral Fla. or call collect WANTED 4 MENto 18 Schools fr Institutions Trenton Fla. Phone HO 32462or up to 100 miles.FRAILER bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur.
NORTH / in Please apPly T. C. Hartselle at 7E3-6494. MART 1 acre N.W. nished houses with dock and deep
person. 2830 NW 13th St. work with large eastern electrical SHORTHAND HO 3-2313. S.W.
ENGLISH MCr well:! pump. Many extras. On
17
Hwy. 1 to 6
Open
SANDWICH SERVICE station concern in the Gainesville CIVIL I Ranchettes' S.W. restricted
maker experienced. attendant needed. SERVICE TRAINING AKC. Reg. German Shepherd psps. East Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis
day shift & night shift full time Superior Service Station. 425 NW area. High commissions we furnish Secretarial Courses Classes now Very good stock. Call FR 2-3084. Palatka Phone 323-1050 homesites Jewelry Co.
apply in person. See Alan at new 13h: St.SOLtCITOR. leads. Age 23-40 neat in appearance forming. Howell's Business Col SIAMESE kittens and stud servo SALE. 1963 New Moon 10x63, 3 I
building, Alan's Mr. Sandwich WANTED, selling car necessary. No experience lege, 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4- ice registered lilac blue and BR front kitchen, living room MARY MOELLER LARGE: rustic house on Lake Swan
ex-
ShoP" between 9 & S Monday. needed we train you. 3507. chocolate point; $25 up. Williston and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- 101> W. University FR 6-4471 200 ft. waterfront, white sand
perience helpful
earnings
1620 W. un Call Mr. Haney. Mon., Wed., and r-cX redcced price $19,500.
Unlv. 528-6448. :
0355
Univ. Post Ave. across from limited. UNIVERSITY STUDENT Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between 77 HIGH SCHOOLat after 5 p.m. LOTS for sale in trautiful'idylwild tT."n.
Office. MAY apply. Others age 25 40. home free booklet American AMERICAN Shepherd and English between Gainesville and the new
PASTRY Bakers two positions. salary Write history and selling back. 9 and 10 A.M. Scott & Fetzer School P. O. Box 16661. Jacksonville Shepherd puppies for sale. Wean golf and country club. Large restricted .._..,.Nr RENDEZVOUSFIVE
commensurate with I ground for appt. H. & W. Industries Fla 32216. ed, wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. BUTTSMobile lots. Certified public water -' rooms and bath on Lake Al-
Ipllee. exper- P.O. Box 1111, Ocala. Fla. Corp.MAINTENANCE system. Outside ctlY limits. to. Furn., incl elec. range. GE
Apply In I IBM 2 outstanding -
person to. Mr. machines. 024-024. MINIATURE Dachshund
limited
Jl enrollment -- refrigerator, oil heater good water
: CENTRAl! summers. Food Service Division. WANTED piano player for gospel classes now forming. females, must: :sacrifice at J1750. to J28CO. I dock and boat shed. Lg.
University Realtor
Clyde Seckinger.
;
of
poruntity Employer.Florida. Equal Op. quartet.Phone VACANCIESLarge Univ.Howell's Ave.Business Phone College 218 W. $50 ea. AKC. FR 6-8963. Owner & developerPh. cleared lot. $10,400. 468-1758.

376-3507.
-- 481-2381. : JENNY BURROW (Sicilian), 3 yrs. FR 6-5038
WANTED experienced waitress. phosphate chemical operations MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for old. $50. 5240 NW 8th Ave. Old
Apply Humpty in central Florida has immediate Phone 372-6667. Serenola Estates Lovely residentiallots FREE ESTIMATES on
rant. 310 NW 13th Dumpty St. Restau- IBM COMPUTER vacancies for maintenance CIVIL SERVICE Newberry Road. HomesINC. near new school, priced from FURNACES end Quality
personnel with minimum of Examinations. For information AKC. German Shepherd pup, 8 wks. 53500. Call Gladys Smith, Realtor I
LEGAL Secretary; typing shorThand TRAINEES NEEDEDFour five years experience as Journey. send name address & Phono No. old, papers and shots. $100. Phone 1228 W. University 372.5393 Central AirConditioners
required. Experience pre- man In the following classifications Key Training Service. 112 W. FR 6-5363 after 2:00 P.M.
ferred. Call FR young men wanled to trainas Adams St..
2-8535. : Jacksonville. NEW ACRE lots for sale.
IBM 1401 Computer Program- AKC Reg. German Shepherd puppies
R REGISTERED NURSES PosW mers. No previous experience nee- Maintenance Mechanic; Must experience have- Real wormed and shots. Call 8, 10 & 12' WIDES Phone 372.4416
and Estate
tions available; R.N for 3-11 ecrA IS 33. married or thorough knowledge Exam FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE also

i FLORIDA'S shift In E.R. 11-7 spervisor O.R. single.: High school education re work. including in general welding maintenance repair of COURSE 17th Avenue. CAMPERSWe

supervisor: two O.R. technlciens cuired.: Sterling salary MO to $95 Industrial pumps. piping and materials ATTEND First lesson free. need 25 trade-ins this month! FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by 1! /!!
end Reqistered l Nurses for all a week depending on qualifications handling equlprrent. Pre nOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 32 Mobile Homes For Sole Call us for the best deals.

shifts. 7-3 3-u end 11-7. Co,. background, and experience. fer previous experience in chemIcals COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ.' Ave I Best In equipment using Internally
tace Mrs. M. Gilcre-se, Director Opportunities for advancement to rock crushing. cement concentrator FR 6-3507. 3723727. USED TRAILER Large living 376-8361 For top quality workmanshipcall In-ulated ducts. designed -
of Nurses. Wuesthoff Memorial positions: paying over $12OCO a or related industry. room. rear kitchen, two bedrooms NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street engineered and Installed
Hospital. P. 0. Box 6, Rock. year if accepted. You must relocate Applicants must be in good physical 28 Livestock Cr SuppliesFOR upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa parking all around our corner. I 372-6142 .
ledge. Florida. Phone 434-2211 in Dallas. Texas for a condition between the ages of travel trailer. 37683&1.TRAVEL Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each byALL
Ext. 219.MORLEY'S. minimum of 13 months must be 25 and 45. High school educationor week day.Bedroom GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
willing to work on a full time equivalent required. The Company sale Mare. excellent with TRAILER UPHOLSTERY I. AIR CONDITIONING CO.
SANDWICH lob and attend special classes offers excellent benefits in- children, $175; 4V4 mo. Quarter. Manufacturer 3 1959 46 x 10 ft. Knox PH. 376-8248
LARGEST 1501 St.
N.W. lOfts
SHOP three evenings a week. A personal cluding group Insurance retirement ___horse! colt $125. Phone 3720811. Lil Beavers and Big Beavers mobile home with front kitchen,
1029 W. Univ. Ave. Waitress apply qualifying interview is re holidays, etc. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE built by the IOC's. Free brochure: WW carpeting 10 x 20 screened I Free Estimates-PICK up and 19 JO NE 23rd Blvd.
In person. quired. For an appointment cell Reply with full qualifications to dairyman to show a P.O. Box 248 Fitzgerald Ga. porch. Inquire Lot W-3 or FR delivery. 24 Hour Service
us a better
Mr. Voorhees at FR 2-3311 Thurs. Supervisor, p. O. 4-9049 after 5:30 P.M.
Employment with
WHITE housekeeper for an eldeny thru Monday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. or Box 867 Bartow, Fla. dairy feed than CPA Cooperative I X 30 Ft. westwood trailer$1395. ... -<,o.=-..-. -- ---- :::............
couple. Mills 16 enclosed cabana,
prefer middle-aged lady to write Rutherford Placement Service Employer. pet. All Pulleted Drai- 8 x 23 ft.
live In as one of family. $16 wk. 2024 Main Street Dallas Texas An Equal Opportunity Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN 2 BR air cond., S min. from
room & board. Phone Waldo, 75201.STATION'. EXPERIENCED roofers first per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- campus. Lot 14. Must sell by
4681752. class built-up and sningle men chua. Phone FR 2.1095 or 461. Sept. 1st Glenwood Trailer Park.
ATTENDANT day Marion 2105. 372-1640. _
needed. Apply in writing.
ADVERTISE IN = '
THE siift. Imperial Service Station, -
SERVICE Heetng! & Roofing Co.. Inc.. P. I .
DIRECTORY 4:07 NW 13th Street.
Fla.
O. Box 1623 Ocala t

1 MARKETPLACE t I L-.Um".II11UllluI..WIIUIllW..u.MM._....... .-........"............-....M..M.-"M_..._: ._.-.-..."_....,."_"III1U'.III".IIIIIIfII"__._ t.A: EXPERIENCED outside sheet

metal workers only first class
I V/ANT-AD RATES mechanics need apply.: Acply in GENERAL //SKWlm ELECTRIC i
.
Ie writing. Marion Heating t, Roofing I
Co., Inc., P. 0. Box 1628

= PH. 372-8441 Ocala Florida.IF iI1 a

I 5 you have aspirations of owning

g for j I your own home. Cadillac, boat
eI & summer cabin; and are wilting -
to put out so yau can en-
Classified OnlyDEADLINES |Ii loy these good things In life HAS
THIS WEEK'S IS ON
= while you are still able to. or
if you have reached the end of SPOTLIGHT
i j jH I the promotional trail in your
present oceuaption or you desire -

Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before publication I with to enter membership a prestige in Cham-profession Immediate Job Openings :f ; GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM

E3 For ads to go in Sun. paeer-12CO: lI.m. St. ber of Commerce. Country Club I1ttIH; .

g= For ads to DO in Mon. pper-1 p.nx Sat. = civic groups and Jre on: important f' Holiday Inn

community committees you For Well iffl:
FOR I (Minimum ad t "nfsl ;I slicuid: contact the Prolessional Qualified : .
Insurance Corp. in Room 2C5 f.Af ;JiJ 1900 S.W. 13th St.
\ .
FAMILY RATES Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 8:30 to 10.30 : F.f\ .a"/

a Insertion ............................................... 34c line A.M. or phone 5768485 Maintenance PersonnelAvailable ,f ,. : r { !F \1r General Gaines! Steak Room offers modern comfort

= 3 Insertions ............................................... 22c line = Professional Is an old line legal in eating in their famous Early American fashion.
1.r.k'
ti C Insertion .............................................. 17c line Reserve Company with home offices t'\ :> The hours in the "Steak Room" art from
12 Insertions ......................................... He line in Jacksonville and is expanding jobs require at least 5 years experience -i. ,- 'l ". serving
II Total charge computed by multiplying total lines l X.lt. earned i its operations through in one or more crafts such as machinist, '] 6:03 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight.Mr. .
x number of Insertions. = and -
several states. Promotions .
NEW ""
income unlimited but v.e need millwright, toolmaker, or electrician.! In addi- t t fli! Hindenmiste soys. "Watch for the opening; of

I Fiva letter words per lira I ISame men created immediately by promotions to fill vacancies and- tion, a formal training background is desirable. { .. to' the new GENERAL GAINES LOUNGE. Even under
--
I expansion. We have: construction conditions the 'Steak Room will con
as ? lines tinue serving.

8 Pt. ordinary type 2.1. A A market highly salable product Good salary, benefits, and working conditionsare

1"l )- PfSame rl as 3 lines 3. A generous commission & just a part of what GE can mean to Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
ordinary type
i j overwrite

4. Unlimited advancement opportunity -
AND Same 4 lines i
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18 I rt.eednary: typttI 5. Integrity & backing unsurpass YOU DINING CAFETERIAS DININGDANCINGCOCKTAILS *


I edWE
NEED YOU' GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA
g;
as S Hne* Closed for vacation 1 repainting.
24 PtSa"
STEAK ROOM STEER ROOMThe
lnary type
I Open 7 days a week.
I 13-Help Male or Female APPLY NOWat Featuring U.S. Prime and Choke Friday. Aug. 23th finest In dining! : .nl.ym nt

steaks prepared to your tasteon Remember We'll see you then. Cocktails t dancing in Our levng.
If you would lice part timework our open hearth. Holiday Inn. No cover No minimum
: & Sue Long
i come out Archer Road to 1908 SW. 13th St. FR 6-I2U. pamer
1I- FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
USED 35 Samaras 7 lines sgn: "3 for si" and drive in. battery plant on Route 441 12 miles north 4542 NW 13th St.
I type 4306 SW Archer Road. BOWLINGPALM *
I L.ordinary west of Gainesville. BILLIARD'SCUE *
e WANTED Retired couple with UNIVERSITY INN
trailer house to be caretakers of
40 acres of land. No hard labor. OR CALL STICK BILLIARDS LANES Charcoal Steak Room, $rnorgas-
The Gainesville Sun will not b s responsible tor more than one Can turn out to be permanent position Fun for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thru board. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2
!! Incorrect Insertion, nor will It be Mats: for any error In aoVer- = with growing business. BUT young wornsn. too. the 17th for reservlcing and reconditioning drinks lor the price of 1. Dancing
:: tisement to a greater extent than tt-e cost of the siace occu- 5 Write Box 444A, Gainesville Sun. Bring your dates of our alleys. W 'U til 2 A.M. to Bsbby Griffin'sCombo
pled by the I'em Li the advertisement. Nn adlustment will j= ALACHUA4623531 llth. 2604 Waldo A Richard Parkers orches
Open 19 AJA. 'til 12 P.M. see you the
SERVICE
PLACEMENT
C be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of s 925: N. Main Street Road 374-4454. tra. 19C1 S.W. 13tn St. FR -t-2442.
CARS Ii tell advertisement g OFFICE.TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL I) _

:! The Gainesville: Sun rese xes the prMiece of revising or t strains s C3LLEC2 GRADUATES TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA CR PLACE
'! any advertisement Which:: It deems oblc:tisnai:: aid .0"s For app;. call 372-6377 I
: chance the classification ot any advertisement from that or- = 10 12CO AJM. 2-4:00 PM. An equal opportunity employerMAYOR'S OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT! GUIDE
dared t* conform to the pNicy i ot the caper.i = Monday ttru Friday CALL \.
372-8441.
f RSONELL CENTER I .
","""' 'IIII\IIIIIIIII IIIIItIIIII_ 102 NW 2nd Avenue
.
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THREE BEDROOM house in select BY OwNER concrete block 3 bed- new ;1 Bedroom CCd InC Odin, REDFRANKSREALESTATE 3034 NE 14th Dr. 8 Mo. old 3 GOOD NE corner. 2 BR and sleep. MOVE IN TOMORROW
neighborhood for only $15.- rooms. 2 baths. large, .convent carport end utility room. $9.000 Br.. 2 bath. Fla room. patio Ing porch large DR. LR. W.fireplace Unusual floor plan sets this three
500. Drive by 40SS N.W. 12th ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter $250 down. US month. Phone FR built in oven and range Air excellent condition flexible bedroom. two bath home apart

' THE TIME IS NOW. Ave.. or phone FR 2.0089. 4 BR modern home on 1 acre of 23355 days.SACRIFICE SWIMMING POOL screened condo lot. Pool Cent.membership.heat. Large J850 corner down financing.. 376-0755 for appointment. from others. redecorated.Lifetime terrazzo BuiltIn

THREE land. $7,300. Terms. Phone GR SPACIOUS floors. newly
bedroom. 2 bath CCB. A BR HOME porch & Florida room big lot $17.850. 372-0483 down Includes
kitchen. WOO.
traverse rods. S7SO down. 5-2277 Moving in 10 days. $19000, .
pay was in a grove of tall live oaks cen- SALE Trade. 4 bedroom. 2 bath month Includes
183 4QU N.W. 21st Drive now SI*.000. C. heat 3 1 closing S101 per
per mo. NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust shady lot tral heat & Central aircondition- Bedroom. bath CCB house. house near Sidney Laner and taxes and Insurance.
urf 39th Ave. completed nice wooded lot. Smiles 3708 NW 22nd Place. 3723029 Ing all add up to make this walking distance to Littlewood High School on city bus line.
OWNER LEAVING. 3 BR. CCB.* out Archer Rd. FR 2-4570 30 ELEGANT pine trees, 3 BR 2 modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with and Westwood Schools. Well landscaped S10,000. Can be zoned R 2. Phone Hugh S Edwards. Inc.
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr I 2 baths. pump for lawn. 1500 dn. IDLEWILD Painted CCB. 3 BR's bath home close to schools. $600 \1.1.*.'.. Sl'. fnd built for low 610 NW 35th Ter. 376-1374 FR a5472.Fears 376-7971

Assume FHA mortgage. 2-7543 2 baths. Fla Rm.. built.in range equity. no qualifying take over maintenance lust about the ulti- -- U J
_erj002 N. _E__16th Terr. & oven. cent. heat room air-con existing GI Mortgage. By owner. I. -.e ...r UfcAL FLORIDA LIVING -
Ctn te bought with reasonably -
House to Rent? FR 21310.Transferred..
ditioning Ig shaded lot near
I SITPRESENTS new elem. school 37. 109. $500 Dn 3 Br. 2 bath. low down payment & essurre -
PARR 1 e-is'ing fmanc-ng: with Ahead Yours !
BY OWN-R NEAR WEST. Din. room. screened porch near reasonable monthly paymen*. Today
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath school. S14,500. Immedia occupancy MAKE AN OFFER on equity.
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Ig LR. family:: room built in U28 N.E. hIts St. Call 376-0317.
vacancy kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bedroom
& HEAT. $1000 and CCB 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low S1500 DOWN & Apprex $145 per mo. '

YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit I CONVENIeNT. easy walking distance assume mtg. Call 374-2927 down payment. Call 376-6644 or incl taxes & ins. buys modem Futura HomesKIRKPATRICK
372-1933. &
to downtown. 2 bedroom HIGHLANDS. 3 Br.. 2 bath. quality 3 BR 2 bath Central heat '
frame cottage on paved: street bunt 2 story masonry. Cent. WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR airconditioning. built-In kit incl
distance
east of new Post Office building. heat reasonable down payment. tile bath. living. dining. kitchen. dishwasher. Walking :
& WESTWOOD
Properly priced for a cash deal. Price 523.500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. Florida rooms chain link fence. LITTLEWOOD
I _Cor. Blvd. 3728245. 2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR 4- SCHOOLS.
GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- 4179. ,'
Here's what COSTS bedroom 2-bath home In this LOOK AIR CONDITIONED! DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & check
YOU '
your Vacancy very desirable area near the :3 BR 2 baths central heat out PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe the outside then call us for a opt. .. :..,.. .'

University. Excellent financing of city limits. deep well REA Tropicana by Hugh Edwards to inspect this EXCEPTIONALone ..t ,
EVERY permits this property to be han- power located at 3616 NW 34th Inc., has been widely acclaimed owner home. Many unexpected <
DAY until it is rented "
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: dled with minimum down pay St.Call. Gainesville'S most beautiful home features. Aircond tioning. :;- p' ." ;f! '<
ment. in Its price You now Walk to METCALF. HOWARD .'" ,. .., .. /: "- .
372.2372 or 376-8190. range. may BISHOP. or ST. PATRICK'SSCHOOLS. $" '>'."' .; .. ,. 'tI ,
own this. marvelous home completely ; r ,.,
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: BLACK ACRES.. Traditional 3 bed BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath extra equipped with central air As little as SI.000 :
monthly .
down will handle & low .
room. 2 bath masonry home with Ig shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 COnditioning, dishwasher disposal. ,' .
I living room. separate dining N.W. 13th Ave. Available onsnort built-In oven and range and payment. Total price S14500 t' JliI:1
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day room. family room with fireplace notice. FR -7W3 for appt. patio gas bar.b-q grill l for only Call 376-2927 or 374-0817. -- : ;- '
modern built kitchen. : :: ; ,: .
t in $22,300: Ask to see this luxurious .. e\
Central heat. FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor ..- -' .,- \
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Palm home at your convenience. Myrtl Lassiter Associate 3 f -', !' "'. >----i&, ...
Springs model. Ore cf trr .t'1t
HUGH EDWARDS INC. Associate. ,
FLORIDA Wm. E "Bill" Harris. = 'n' '
PARK. Immediate ,
ee the best looking homes we've ever 376-7971 7 NE 1st St. Phone 376-0817 .. .'"I ."'It ,. '' j .' lIIIIt ,. '' ... .. ..,.
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$55 per mo . $1.83 per day bui:i. Four bedrooms. 2 foil w .... ...
Eve. &
pleasant 3 bedroom horre on baths. beautiful brick facade. TIRED OF PAYING RENT Ret: 376-2927 or 3727943 'tt' .. .. ..... .

large. lot..... Walking distance to excellent kitchen arrangement. Buy me for $100 down and Week-ends by appt. .. ____. "" ,:"'s.., ;.
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$60 $2.00 Member Multiple Listing < _uu '
per mo. . per day High and J. J. Fin- :;: -' T y \ '---1
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ley Schools.UNIVERSITY. money down. VA per mo. I am 3 -- ? .
FHA only $300 down. Price In- BR in size about 6 yrs. old. ...- w--...' .... 4me ...
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day ACRES. Restricted cludes fully sodded front lawn. Located at 2316 SE 9th PL on a .5 :
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new west side subdivision of gas lamp swim club member. lot 100 x 100'. Call owner FR 6- Check These __. __ ____- -- ----. -. :

$70 per mo . $2.33 per day acre lo:s. Paved streets NO ship. 2524 or 376-6710 2224 N. E. 7th Street-3 or 4 bedroom .
CITY TAXES as these lots are VILLAGE GREENBy EXTERIOR gives small Impression 3 bath home freshly painted. PIERSONThe
I outside city limits. Suggest you HUGH EDWARDS INC. of size interior must be seen REDUCED TO S15.250. SMALL &
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day make advance your selection before prices 2909 N. E. 15th St. to be appreciated. Central healing I DOWN PAYAAENTI/

374-7771 and air conditioning. Well

$80 per mo . $2.66 per day AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnished kept project home Large not corner in a sub-division fenced lot. I bath N.W. hon"e.36 St ONLY- 3' bedroom S13.750 with IV Millbroe/ o rare combination of colonial 1 beauty and spaciousness. -

home for rent. Close to GLADYSSMITH Colored!: CCB. 4-Br., study. 2 S450 DOWN.
This good looking home boasts 1494 square feet of enclosed
University. Will!! lease for
$85 one
$2.83
mo .
per per day bath. financing: arranged 929 NE
year at S160 00 per month. 10th Place. FR 2-840] days FR 6- I LAKE FRONT ESTATE on beautiful area. Four generous size bedrooms two luxurious baths. Large
Biven's Arm lust outside city
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$90 per mo . $3.00 per day SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroo-n. air 2748 Evenings. I;mils. 4 bedrooms: 2''j baths. kitchen.
conditioned horre in good north 3725393Four NEAR University in Hibiscus Park. fireplace central heat air conditioning country

$95 per mo . $3.16 per day east 00 per locaton month; on unfurnished.lease for $160-year. beH-ooms. 2 baths within Lovely. house$72 mo& lot Under excellent$12000 condition I features.and CALL many US other TO SEE deswHe THIS Full Price FHA VA

walking distance of the Medical 2717 N.W. 1st Ave. FR 6-4182, EXCEPTIONAL HOMEI
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day SEPTEMBER 1st Large 2-bedroom School. Older brick home with no answer FR 27217 after 5 I 800 Down 100 Down
unfurnished 17,200
rental. S125 00 Florida room, fireplace double P.M. I HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom

per month. lease for year. garage. $14,CCO 3 BR home for S12950 reducing -I horre with., : 2 sleeping porches lo-
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equity to $3568 to be paidIn r-- 4 N. S Ave. ONLY
Make an OFFER. One of our best cash or $500 down & second $16.000 with $1200 DOWNI a
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR
; M.M.PARRISH buys in a 3 bedroom 2 bath
home. Large Florida room. fireplace mort. Mo. Pay. first mort. S7I located N.E. 23rd Bird
second $30 Almost new Ig livIng LOVELY 3 bedroom W bath, split Sales office
many built-ins. acre lot. level home located in theN
rm.. & dining rm., tile bath, masonry
terrazzo floors G.E. equipped kit.,' W. section lust Inside the and 11th Terrace. 372-3471
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS
GLADYS SMITH ample closet space screened 12 city DOWN limits.! ONLY SI5,250 with S700

x 20 porch. N. W. Section. 376-
& ASSCCIATES. INC.H. REALTOR 6674. i John Merrill ,

I Wayne Hill Helen Graham 1228 W. University 3725393 BY OWNER Palm View Estates. Gui
Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish Anna Hin on Caroline 5uiIIe
F 19 NE First Street Tel. 372-5375 Noyes less than one year o'd! cen air I Realtor (
Virginia Power '
p conditioned and heat S800 down I
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34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sole FIGURE THESE and assume mortgage. See at MULTIPLE LISTING .
EXTRAS. 75 .
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JWK gal. 4037 N.W. 18th Place or call 376- PHONE FR 2 1494 )
fuel tank. 100 brick
shrubs patio C734 ASSOCIATES .
3 brim 2 bath home on Lake Wi- $7i MONTH $450 Down. NE 3 Br, fenced yard near elementary MARCELLA PARDI _
not 2 brm 1 bath on Lake 1 bath. screened porch. Kitchen and lunlor high schools 2 BR home on corner lot lowdown
w. H. BUCKHANNAN
Laic.a.wana. Call Gladys Smith.I' equipped Centre heat. Can moveIn 372-8404 screened porch 3 BR 1 bath payment $60 per mo. Located _ .
Realtor Now. FR 22774 S500 down if you qualify FHA. at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call -
I 1221 W. University 372.5393 ECONOMICAL living in 1.300 square See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave Tommy Ridgell 372.4125DON'T FRED -- - - - - -- -- --
I feet plus cerport and storage.
1441 NE 18th Ave. FHA Financed 4235 NW 10th St.
MISS THIS
Only J3.9CO 00 with low down payment i
SPECIAL 3 Br CCB. IV* bath. Cen liv- Desirable! 3 BR 2 bath home.
104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. rms. Air condo Lg patio Carport possib'e! Two bedrooms. large Fla ropm & patio. Lot TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt
S1SOO 1 Mile S. off Paynes Fenced yard. Corner lot. huge Florid! room kitchen 100x174'. lots of trees. Malory Gardens 3/i mi Southof ARNOLDREALTOR
Prairie. For appointment call Close to elementary & Jr. High equipment Inclined in price. Beautiful lots NW Campus on 441. 3 BR 2 baths JlSPECIALS
FR 6-3052. School FR 23616.BEAUTIFULLY. OUTSTANDING four: bedroo-n: housein section den for Dad year 'round comfort MOBilE [ E SALE
beautiful res'dential area Central Commercial property & Priced right. Drive by '
c Cedar Key Shoresfine KEPT heat and c'r cond *ion:ng; acreage phone FR 2-4625 or FR 2833&WOODOW I

13C5 NE 61h Terrace. 2 Bedroomand many n'ce? festw-es and luxuryaoos'ntrrents E. C. "Curly" Kuehn. Jr. SEAYThe
homesites from $2250 .
Brick construc. Master Builder
screened porch. Large corner 438 N. Main St.
non-waterfront from $1510 lot. Immediate occupancy. Von.DELIGHTFUL. FR 4-2032 Broker FR NOT IN SUBDIVISION. 3 Br colonial l IMMACULATEMove
511.500. FHA terms. See Dick three bedroom Mme 66041i I hardwood floors. fireplace. right in this I veab'e lovable
Marina LocationsINVEST Robinson. in NE. convenient to school. Well BLACK ACRESPRICED Fenced tack yard. Near St. Pa- 3 bedroom horre situated among I I
RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor landscaped earner lit wlh: bck tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11- shade trees on e'cuisi1e: ; l,= : facilities needed here 11 W. Univ Ave. 376-139 yard fencM for children Lrrge TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 500 FHA. $72 per mo. including scaped lot. Tremendous Florida I
comfortable house with a famllv bedrooms 2 baths. hardwood taxes and Ins. FR 22736. room with fireplace. SIS.530. No

Motel Locations room for only S14.000.00. I units floors. electric central range heat and air-cond.drapes. 3 BR, 1 bath. cen. heat. built.In qualifying. I I SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY .

INVES: accommodationsneeded GLADYSSMITH LARGE teautiful lots In Ridge- I Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. oven and range. paved street.
wood S/D Littlewood Westwood 3125 V'. Univ. Av.. FR 6-6427. fenced yard. $1.800 down $75 mo. TASTEFULAirconditioned
section at reasonable prices. All 1520 SE 23rd Lane. 376-0880 I 3 bedroom 2 bath
ImproveTents paid. A STEALBY home in Skyline Heights Excel

I DAVID ANDREWS- PRESTIGE address in Black Acre COMPAREBeautiful lent kitchen with built-In range. USED NEW-
dishwasher.
oven disposal! end
372-5393 Spacious three bedroom. two bath OWNER .
home with pool. NW Section Panelled Florida room charming
I ESTATECEDAR hot'e with family .
REAL ne'ed room: '
10 wooded acres overlooking Levy ,' MUST sacrtfce; 3 bedroom: 2 Lovely large lot. 3 Bedroom terrace. S22OOo.EASY .
KEY 3841 or 3831 Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary t it In. kitchen. central, heat v.. bath large Fla room large living 2"!2 bath. built in kitchen.
huo ef'el "" -
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living. This architect- room dining room bunt in huge natural brick fireplace. 1900 TO OWN
FOR SALE Charming horre 300 designed horre features modern cant now. Owner, will consider kitchen convenient to shopping Sq. Ft. of comfortable living. Easy financing is the key to tills 52x10 50x10
4 ft. on Lake Resa Good fishing kitchen with Mexican tile counter. yr r"-r i>r v i' rent month center and schoo: Must see priced right by the Owner. Phone clean. 3 bedroom 2 bath homeIn
4bedroom Screened to month at JUS.00. to appreciate the value. No qualifying FR 6-7047 for appointment
court
& swimming Central heating. courtyard. entry the Nor'hv:est. One- "'-ill ray
*. 2 tiled baths cathedral and porch Living room with 30 J.W.KIRKPATRICK Low down payment. OrIginal all lo-n costs Only $4iO dwn
r livlnq room. larg screened foot stone fireplace wall Separate prce; S21,600r price now MCKINNEYGREEN and f3: per ",ont"l. Drive by 1645 2 bedroom 1 Vi bath. 2 bedroom
porch Complete electric ally I I dining room. Msny built.ins and $18.845.78. S500 down. Located N.W. 34th Place today.
equipped kitchen utility room. 3 bookshelves. This Is a home to In nice NW section at 1321 NW -
car garage. maid* rOOM. workshop be cherished. REALTOR 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. 4 BEDROOMS $3195 $3295
large dog kennel. Beautiful 31 N. Main Phone FR 28404 DEATONREALTORS conditioning
and
trees bushes. etc 30 min. from GLADYS SMITH ASSOCIATES CLEAN AS A WHISTLE Central for heating family comfort.air 2 oelrn-: -

I University. Phone Mtlrosa GR 5- Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Beautifully kept must be seen If HOME OF DISTINCTION Ing baths. bright kitchen fireplace -
Gainesville FR 2-4051 or Capt. A. W. Recce. USN. Ret.
3941 or REALTOR you are looking for a 2 bedroom Yes. this elegant new home Is in living room and 2 cr !
Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin
broker I 1 bath home with screened
porchon
see your one of real character Quality- garage. N. w. local on. 527.300.
large lot. Immediate -
a corner
construction design and
unique NEW NEW
$11,500. See at I
occupancy. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
its location Is most deslrab: Its
1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone
exquisite features and furnishingsare 3 bedrooms 2 baths with rrny fes
SERVICESHome Dick Robinson. Associate Ralph eye catching Its formel tures that you only find in rrore
Fessey Realtor at 376-1359 day and informal living area is a expensive rts'dences Comfortab
\ or night. 11 West University dream Just give us the p:ess- screered porch end *tt ched cr
;j Avenue ure of showing you this beautiful port Inquire a'-out the hor-e fer | 55x10 56x10
UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. home with 3 B.R. 2Vj colorful se'* on S. V'. 4:h Pae: for S;'.CCO.
Complete with large paneled den. baths living and Dining room
Only S17,5CO Located at 3707 NW Large peneled open team ce!I-
ARNOLDREALTY!
And 3 bedroom 3 bedroom 1 Vi baths
Business 23rd Ave. For further details call Irg Fla. rm. with fireplace A ,
I FR 60630. Ask for Frank Thom kitchen that has everything end
as. then we believe you would be CCVtANY
c ,vinced of its value and its ao- Multiple Llstrg: Merrter: $3695 $3795
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING peal for real living. Call FR 2- 1219 W. Univ. Ave. :372-35T2
r Nearly new home in quiet neigh I 3417 for appointment. Jane Ca'dweil: Pe'e Sieg
Appraisal Service PlumbingSEWER borhood. Has fenced rear yard. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge
wall to wall central
carpet air Bob KalKrran Charlie Mayo
MUST SELLIf
conditioning three good size bedrooms
FRED a. ARNOLD INSTALLEDNEW two baths. Extremely well you believe In being lucky this Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard

REALTORREAL & used fixtures. complete cared for home and grounds. 15. might be your chance This WITH NEW NEW
ESTATE APPRAISAL plumbing service "BIG" JIM 983 Owner willing to sacrifice fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central HOMES
SERVICE HUGULEY. Gainesville Plum some equity In this home to responsible heated 2 yr. old home must be
I21. W UN tV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Ino. FR 2.1599. party Call for appointment sold Owner will consider a INCOMENEWLY
reasonable otter under its present DECORATED bedroom
to see. Hugh Edwards.Inc. .
Bulldozing I UpholsteryPHOLilth 3767971 FHA value of 17.250 located home with garage apartment 58x10 60x10
in Madison Park Good condi- renting for $65 a month. Owner
SMALL bulldozer loader. dump tion Act now Drive by 3202 will finance Immediate possession. -
trucks fill dirt lima rock. Top i your furniture .l Immediate N.W. 22nd Place and call for an .
tml Phone 377.784* reasonable prices Call Sally appointment before you buy -
2 bedroom
> 3 bedroom \Vi baths
Exocr;priced FR 6-9838 4"48N FR. 2.3617.ATTRACTIVE. ROOMING HOUSE Apartment for ,
HOME REPAIRSFIX W Ills Ter I owner and four rooms already French ProvIncialReduced

Occupancy BUYSA rented. will pay for itself. Pricedat
UP RemodelingDO 3 B.R. 1 bath home $400 $12.750 Convenient location. $4295

HOME repairing carpentry. dry down payment and a 3 B.R. 2 $700
.. .....".. bath home with
wall t, astering! painting YOU N ED. F4ori0 i r' extra CHOICE two. three and four bedroom good financing- ALACHUA REALTYAssociates
root work Both In NW. area. Call FR 2-
roa-n. more ream
convenient loca-
37 J 7702 or 376-0107. horr.es at
or maybe a complete new home 3617.
:
tions. Quality construct plus
Member Multiple Listing
J I LandscapingLANDSCAPE teed For a work.free estimate.phone &Carl guaran-C bonus plaster features walls fully such sodded as: real lot. Fred Guy ASSOCIATESJ. Jayne ButterworthCol. 435 N. E. 1st St Phone 376-2448 Also 2 and 3 bedrooms.

/ Appliance Repair & Waters 3726049.EXPERIENCED. li/ time terrazzo floors GE cen- J. W.Multiple Davis Listing H. J. Wiltshire Mabel Arie Gore.T. Associate Smith Realtor Several I New 2 Bedroom

l Air Conditioning SERVICE CARPENTERPaint tral built.in heat oven adaptable and to range.A-C a GE 11 Some 1 Vi Baths.

Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock and repair 'lobs performed by brick fronts rustic gas lamps I At Low
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S .
who loves his trade.
carpenter club member.
sidewalks swim
; A.I HANDYMAN SHOP Landscape NURSERY Co. CALL FR 6-4907 ship. MOBILE HOME Some with Air Conditioners

I First In air conditioning and Ap. FR 6-2514 for free rst matt. $3495
plianca repairs. We sell guaranteed Sewing Machine Repoirt No cash down VA.Low At Sale Prices
refrigerators
washers
etC.1 Mortgage Broker FHA down.
FR 64267.Heating i CALL scWiSG VACHINc icR Also conventional financing. SPACES AVAILABLELarge I
., Air condition and Re- VICE CO. SIS W. University II
frigeratiofl se-vice We repair any I MOklGAGE MONEt Ave. 376-1075. We repair a'l Move in I
S" cent Interest. Terms to
I per ,
M k fully 9iCrntP1. I
If make or rrodel Special price on i 75 "earLBUY >< Work Lots Modest Rates BUY NOW-WHY PAY RENT
Is Window in ts. Free estimates ona' BUILD REFINANCECall
Central heating and air cnndft TELEVISION! TomorrowVILLAGE

oning. 3721311 or 50C2. 24 hour Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Six Miles North of Gainesville on 441.
service Ask for Joe Teague I
PICTuR TUBE Repair ipeo L SI
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I FHA aw conventional, lowest per Inch plus S10 to Install most STARKE
Auto Glass current rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year Warrenty. Special GREEN GAINESVILLE
1 years. Will gladly discuss at no Reconditioned' TV's from SMS. PROGRESS MOBILE I
obligation. Call tomorrow THE VARIETY STORE 2117 Are. ((301 N.)
4820 N.W. 13th ST. Temple
bu.
AUTO CLASS Is our only J. W KIRKPATRICK Realtor 7 S.E. 1st Ave.
ress. Immediate Installation 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 4 Technician's with U years experience NO WAITING TO QUALIFY.
free pickup delivery Add on all makes.
beauty & value to your car. FRED B. ARNOLD HOME PARK
12-6
OPEN 8 TO 8 DAILY SUNDAY
WAULOIN-S AUTO GLASS CO. REALTOR QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES HUGHEDWARDS ,
I MJ NW 6th St. FR 6-2558 FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS a. SERVICEAll
Channel Antenna Kit S14"
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE
Auto Equipment Tel. 462-1660
Still Ph. 3723177 ,
42Ul NW
( GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES INC.
and conventional loans. Low INC.
t HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt; & ,
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rales. Terms to 25 vears.
1 Walker.xctla">jeO jacks. Reoair Factory kits authorUM tor. W. Univ Ave. 3725393 Sun Want Ads t North Central Florida Largest Charles Norris Mgr.

Walter Hydrculir Jack F. H. A. & Conv Loans P":]fer and De-:eloper "ALWAYS THE LEADER"
J Service Agrii HUH.S BR'KE FCRDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC Furnished ircde: at 2509 NE 15th
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SERVICE & S"PPIY I3U S. REALTORS I St I .
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40 BusinessSHOWROOM ProperM 42; ,..+1Ria "-ie 45 Furnished Aprs. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Houses for Rent Unfur
35 Houst 'or Sol.FOR 35 Houses for S.l. 35 Houses for Sol

& ware Use. 4205 10 acres with nice home ONE bedroom'on Lake Geneva TWO bedroom house on Lake Santa Delightful Large house cottage. 4-room frame. Gat
SALE OR TRADE for trailer NOW.SHOWINGROCKYFAYE. lOM NORTHEAST 4lh creel,. by sq. ft. E. Univ.' Write P. O. 70 acres perm pasture. 30 mln. from Gainesville. No Fe. private pier and boat.' S40 N. W. location. circulating heater, Vene
equity m 3 BR. 2 bth. bulll-In owner, 3 BR, 2 baths, sep. dinirg Bex 2383 Tampa, Fla. Confidentlal. Brick farm home. pets. S45 per mOo Phone 475- per mo. Phone FR t-32tt, ext. ciates Inc.. Realtors. blinds. 2
kit., terrizzo fleers een. hut. room, Irg. kit., screened porch, '. Call Gladys Smith Realtor 27S1, Melrose.EFFICIENCY 2523. Univ. 374-1234. mo. Avail. Sept.screened 1st. porch.FR *.
Phone 3764779. 7 closets, air conditioner, built. 122 W. University' 7M-5797: : .
in cedar chest, back yard ter- 41 Residential l"eeMeSPECrACULARU APARTMENTS. ISO STUDENTS 10 room lure house 2 br in country. $70.00
BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH U$ RANCHETTES Phone 466-3<<1.
month. for rent, newly decorated, f
By Investing In race. Paved streets, sidewalks, 43 Colored Property 3 br, 2 bath split level
a U. S. Steel Horn
built In this area by Lake Front and Loke Access. I Call FR 2-f459 or FR 4-4140. I II FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE single beds standing now. Lease N.W. $"0 per mo. BR, 1 bath, stone and een>

ALACHUA HOMES. INc:. Large lots-Easy Terms. 50 I 3 fir. 2 bath, CCB, cent heat and New, Quality Hugh Edwards built I I BEST required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave 3 br, 2 bath. Cent air h"I Inlaid house. Freshly' painted.
Call 495-2375. Archer. oak floors she
Phone 374-0430 south air cond. ICO x 160 Lot. ltCO 14 UNIT 10 BATH home.. Three bedrooms.' 1 bath. Large_ well furnished air condi per maMARY 19
Miles of Jacksonville
Model Home Opening every Sun. I sq. ft. Paneled terrily:: room fire- APMT. HOUSE As low as $43. per month with tioned. 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location 3 Br.. liv. Rm., dm. rm., kit., yard. No children or pets.
S. E.
from 1 P.M. 5 PJA.. beginning on State Rood 315-1. mile pitct cethedral ceiling. 3541 S2.000 dYVn or will arrange termsto couple only no pets..S12S 3 porches S75 MOo In Mclntosh. MOELLER. 1st St. Call FR 4-3035. _
'August 16. 3331 N.W. 2t PL I North of Interlachen. NW 34th PI. K3.TSO. Owner leaving TOPS IN: suit buyer. Located 443 NE per mo. Ph. 372-4957. 1 Blk.W. of "1. II Mi. $. Of G'ville. 1019 W. University
Compare cost with all other 3 stale.: 37l-9 96. LOCATION 15th Stree*. NcYYLY decorated ,apartment, fur 591-2721. I bedrooms kitchen dining: and
2 Bedroom kitchen
bedroom, 2 bath, fully air cond.bore REDUCED PRICE CCC'JPANCYREVENUE Huoh 4722371 room. $40 rronih. 414 NW
BY OWNR.: Nest attractive 3 I Edwards. Inc. nished. Phone 472-2295. or space heater, :
Avenue. For call
:: appoint
TIME*". "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY Call for appefntrrent te see this bedrosm: CB, University Profe FULL PRICE ONLY S3.C1O! Phone 376-W71 Newberry. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. only.' $45 Mo. 20 & 24 I -11u, Ocala. Will be on pre"
spacious home. S BR. 3 bath extra nr'slOoT... Lg. Fl!. room. IViBfcs. $13.C:0 DOWN. SHOWN: BY APPOINTMENT HOMES FOR SALE TWO bedroom, CCB lake fcome. FR 6.572for Info. s Sunday 1 to 3 p.m
large family' room are lust a to hool. js:; $ I 2 Br., iiv. rm., din. kit. 417 _
!: buys i3COequity. CNLY A home ant 2 & 3 bedrooms, SE 14h! St. 1.1 Clear sand-bottom lake with covered rm. n _'._ .... .. .
EXTRA te'/features ef the outstand'ngbuy. : : 1CJ1 NE 2C.h: Plice.: If dock. Call FR 4-5821 or GR SE 1st Ave. $55 Mo. Can M'- ,
living ABOVE INVESTIGATE +
payments I
7th Ave. Small down ;
Looted at xu SW 2nd interes'ed call Jacksonville, Fla.. payment Kinney Green Realtors. FR 2- -
Ave. Reduced to 126.000 with nt-2osa. monthly payments S57 to S45. I 3617.
S2.0CO down. JUDXINS: REALTY CO. Also homes built on your lot 55217.EAST
SPECIAL TOM DOB30N: 4 Br., 2 both N.W. phone ltd E. Univ. Ave. with no down payment Ph. SIDE 3 Bedroom, 1 bath, ccb home with
372-4224 or 372-4225 MOVE UP TO LUXURY
11.000 down will move you Into GR 5-4171. FR 2-4125. GARDENAPARTMENTS Fia. room. Shady lot. NE tee-
REALTORMLS 4 Bedroom, 2 bam home. Also adloming tion. Available August Mm.
thl* Brand New luxury home at
By owner, 3 BR
IV* bath, kitchen
366 N.W. 16th Ave. 3 large BITS, member Ph. 373-1473 equipped central heat, rental property. 200 ft.fronlag. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS Phone FR 4-M7I.
2 tile baths, large family room, Margaret G. Coram Assoc. paved .. 300 block N.E. 3rd
central heat & A{. Pretty elec. street City utll. Stt per cent VA Ave. Will sell) together or sepa S57 per month upGainesville's THREE bedrooms, din. rm.. family See these eight beautiful homes designed to
kit. See It and lers deal. TWO bedroom CB newly painted, loan. Call Mr. Weidler FR 23610. rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- NOW RENTING rm., patio. Good location,

NEED ROOM? elec.shady range lot 60, x washer 120. airconditioner.and refrigerator. FOR ONLY S450 down and FHA 4757 COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex Finest 17-/tI.close to shopping center. Phone I toke advantage of real Florida living located ) "
approval immediate
have
you can apartments large living and Furnished or unfurnished
Then let us show you this 4 BR. I Storage shed. Tiled bath.Immediate possession and ownership of 42 Farms & Acreage dining area modern kitchen with Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. 3 redros: tHe betA, $100 Month.No in SUBURBAN HEIGHTS Gainesville's new-
bath home at 727 N.E. 11th Av,. occupancy. Very low the brat value house for sale inNS fan large storage closets terraz10 ment. 3W NE Wi St. Phone 374-
Central best. Nice yard. Priced down payment and Mi monthly. I : Gainesville. 3 BR with air CLAY COUNTY 20 acres on floors tile baths space het- 96 10NICE I small l children Single stud I Jest prestige address.
Easy private financing. See it M "ts or pels.: 3037 SW ArcherRd.
C"ditoning.: Panrrdamity: rcom Ltke Bundy. only SS.c<'f. with er ind hot water heater, facili
right with rood terms. .
31:8 NW 19-h St., and .. FR 2-5433. I
I phone FR I lo nmg l for two h drcom furn. *o rt.. i
vi 3-d n m "re! extr ttrnrs. GILC."RIST: ; COJKTY tes: tor ws-him nv"h"n!% *i1
$300 DOWNA _"-7170.OCALA_ -- --- si-c'ousie! E'-ctric rimered 37 rats hl?', d-y laM nolyS2N0 paved, sfre.-ls. Sre at N.E. 24'h private bath and entrance, h-t rcab 2"B 1 "*lh. house for rent $40 I N.W. 43rd St. & N.W. 17th PI.
; lo : ,:crrs..'er.; [cot yud co '- ". COLU.-'I\ I T.r. or / !II! f..r appointment; 372 veter ft-m. $58 "'0. FR 2-
ehsrnvrg 2 E". 1 Mih hone block, 3 t!?, 2 bath, Irg.oe i .. Cl; :) -V I "'Gr.:". 372-4734.
e3 in ,':c. N'V. ne',."': r. >\-*-tm [filing' panflrd fiv p's:il-f e c'arrl ff 7 ft. h!*3*. t :eyes 0' C""o: e' r--;, I 5371 or 372-STt. _T7C4_or FR 2.9195. I .
hood.: Pretty corner lot IWxIIS.E ing & family room with fire- C'il :'!-6111 for appt. to see at $',!COO w-termi. LEVY .. I f h::;!S for rent unfurnished. May
CLEAN, 1 be-froom aosrtrr t.
-e. ccnditi n. Oik fleers. Monthly D.re. Irp. /tncr"-'n b'rt: yard, 2213 N2 7."" Ter.AVAIL. ''1 toes near thriving: COUNTY-I; 44 Cottages for Rent Across stret from cen-nus. Cevip'es te scn s':*lion.tV-: :493-2433.Cceelrnds On Service Built by four .of Gar.nesYille'sLEADING .
psyrrents only $41. See this :;;i.-1. '. 15 tires cleered. o'der: rui'd'-r I Willis-
built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 448- 3 63: 1 ? Drh, only. Call FR 22330. for de tai Hishway.!
c-e for sure. 1623. CCB, low dawn payment $?4 per on Dived read cnly tt.VtO cosh tails. I BUILDERS
mo. Conveniently located to or terms has acc!s* tt l,,,'... HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. I THREE bedrooms draperies, car.
UNIVERSITYREAL S. E. SAPP. Rltr.. NEWS Private beach, dock boat. $40 EFFICIENCY apartment. SSO
schools and shooing. 1406 NW ERR Y. pet stove & refrigerator. Clean,
FORDYCEREALTOR 14lh Ter. FR 2355.:! Appr. 1100 Acres li mm. from weekly.' Call FR 4-4943. month. Lights and hot water fur nice yard close to town and I FRED MASON MACOMA HOMES
nished. Gadu-t. students
preferred. snooping area. 5C4 NE 2nd St.
TY City on paved rd. Lovely 3 br, SMALL furnished cottageor rent
3 BR, 2 bath, study attractive FR 6-5824. 1ICO mo. Key at McDaniell! Furniture
2 bath cnt. ht. & sir largely In suitable fer couple. Moore Haven -
ICO
x 139' corner lot, at 2225
1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 NE Ith St. $450 dn.. $77 per mo. perm pasture priced at $300 per Park, 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 374- 35 FOOT two bedF'Olmtrailer.. If Center.Co. in Gainesville Shopping A. W. FLETCHER W. P. RIDGWAY
W. M. Munroe Realtor FHA or pay more dn.: & take acre 1164.FOR interested call FR 4-6643
Asso: S. E. McLaughlin Prank: over 4Vi per cent VA Mtg. at leo acres 10 ml' from city on good RENT 7 room, 2 story, 3 BR. 2' > baths. .
Roby Roy McCann T. C. Doug S64.50 per mo. Shown by appt. paved rd. $275. per acre. 1500 furnished. All- one electric.bedroom Located cottage on 47 Houses for Rent Furn. S140 per mo. Garage. 355 NE -
7th Ave. GR
las Jr. INVESTMENT acres within 5 ml of town on 55032. -
only. Ph. 3723707. -
t Santa Fe Lake. Call 372-J458 or --- -- -
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bedrooms :3 baths over 4400 paved I :
liOO No Qualifying JSS per sq. ft. of living area. All completely THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath, dinIng 372-IU9. I 2 bedrooms CB.. house. fur. on
month, 3 BR, 2 bath built-in furnished and ready to room built-in kitchen, fenced MOELLER, REALTOR RENT modern FUrnished cottages Swan Lake. $45 Mo. Also' Small
stove, cen. heat nice yard. move In. Call Fordyce 374-1234. back yard well landscaped. $850 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 on Lake Santa Fe by week or 1 Br., house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- 1
Drive by 4215 NW 21st Ter. down take up payments IT9 mo. NEAR season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. '1352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. I
SMALL VILLAGE
LARGE Phone 37!-1919. 1600 SE 23rd I HOUSE HUNTING!
3 BR 1'4 bath with study and Lane.A 15 Miles from Gainesville. I SMALL furnished collage on Lake Real nice 2 BR, 1 bath home com-I
Fla. room. Cent heating 1400 Melrose. Nice for one person. pletely! furnished at 330 NW .
M ft. Nice frame house. 4 Beorooms. 30 acres 12 acres cultivated balance Use of boat. $30 per month. Box Lane. WS per month on
sq. Only S500 down and$89.14
mo. can put you 'In this one. Seller large living room, kitchen hall In woodland. >'t mile State I -108. ...Metrose, Fla. Call UNIVERSITY REALTY. 372-
and bath. Front and sHe Road frontage. Going at $4400. 4351. .
porch.
closing costs. Call For
I SEPTEMBER 1 1st dyes pays 3761236. All freshly'. parted! inside and 45 Furnished Apts. LAKE WINNOTT 4 rm.. $52.50 CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAYFOUk
Will find your family In this ovf. '-* en large l-t 133' CALL I per mo. including electricity'
charming 3 br, 2 bath, C.B. COLONIAL x 104', All this and more S4.250.CO Angle Real Estate TRAILER 3S x S' for rent on (suit couple). C. Horwitz, 4 miles
home when school starts. beautiful styled walled patio wall to wall Etsy ter.TS. Clll f R 6-?:'l. private lot off Archer ro' d. Near So. of Melrose on Rt. 21.
Price reduced C. L. Angle, Broker j BEDROOM BRICK
Ig lot carport! 4 BR 2V baths with I COLONIALS $15,825The
carpeting
3 BR, 1 bath UFo SSSMa. Phone 3722051. 1 BR -
like new Immediate occupancy air conditioned, central O. J. Angle, Associate CAMPVILLE nicely' furn. .
1650 so. ft. Very large lot In NW
Lfttlewood Westwood .ru. area. Good terms be heat, stove ad refrigerator. 4404 N.W. 13th St. 374-4927 FURNISHED apartment for rent. I house. Students or couple. $45.
can
arranged -
on thii. m.300 home. Call Drive by 2JC3 NE 70th Terrace 5 Acres for sale. $1500 firm. By'I'| Phone FR !-1523 or 2-3794. I 4812178.Gainesville's brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
fnrl then r-'l FR 65*9n.
COMFORTIn Fordyce 376-1234. Owner. 372-3054 after t p.m. Terrazzo floors roof '
shingled custom-built kitchen central
this 3 br, C.B. home conveniently : ,
ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles -, newest and most
39 Out of Town -
screened
porchnice Property
located u ,
I lot. SlO.fCO. good terms. Drive 120 acres of permanent ACREAGE pasture. John from Merrill city limits.Realtor.Only' S2200.FR 2-1494.Clll l ,wn luxurious aoartmsnt buiMIng .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
past flS N.W. 12 Ave. fenced rna cross ftnce-ti w'ter LIQUIDATING properties High %
city
and partially wooded. Only $250 Sorn! '?s Area from 15.C30: to $25- No. 2C3. 500 acre cattle rrnch, 3 LAKESKORE services.
LUXURYIn per acre. 000: Terms or Trade. 454-1920. bedroom ranch home ICO bearing !
( living in this Ocala block redwood pecan trees 171 ecres in soil THREE
BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
custom built toon".. Ig swimming LOTS STARKE: 11 room 3 bath homeon bank at S7800 per year, 2 Darns I TOWERS
pool. 3 br 2 bath. Cent. Trailer lots $20 down and $20 a large lot. Close to Bank. t deep wells. Only $247 per acre
ht. over 3COO sq.f. of living month Church Schools. & market. Ideal and good terms. MODELS AT $14,500.
I area. est. lawn with sprinkling for home office. apes, nursing I NOW LEASING
system, all fenced, call Mary home, beauty shop etc. SeU or No. 212. Ten unit motel, 5 room I
Moeller FR 6-4471. FOR YCE trade for Gainesville property. I new hole 5V toes on .-ane! THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
H. G. Bollinoer Stark. Hway. All equipment included.
& ASSOCIATES INC. $35,500 v/ith only' S75CO down. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
ARCHITECT DESIGNED Multiple Listing Realtor 40 Business STROUT REALTY ..!. I -
Drive pest 510 N.E. Bth Ave. 3 Grace Fordyce. Broker Properties Location Intersection of Hwy. 221 4
br 2 b.-th. Cent air & hoof Price Associates and 18, Hampton. Fla. Mary I THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA
reduced.:: Make offer. Harvey Benton Dudley GouldenO. 48.000 square feet business or manufacturing Brown. Br. Mgr. 169.1661.ADVERTISE ?L ,
C Gay Dick Banks lot. Highway and railroad -
ONE ACRE Frances Hough Sarah Goulden frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick IN THE MODELS $13,000.
With Cory eettjioe. W of Town good '26 W. Univ. 376-1234 Agency. 31 N. Main FR 24404. SERVICE DIRECTORY

terms. $6300.00 i FHA and VA Walk to elementaryand


W'th I INVESTMENT established; income BEST HOME VALUES I IN TOWN .. junior high
ro.
r 4 From down
1SC4 N.W.lh St. 'r $400
IS S.W. 3rd Ave. \ Better ando
14C2 N.W. 1st Ave SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS living
41} S.E. 2nd St. I I From $79 month resale value.
I (24 S.E. 5th Ave. '16'0 per
MOELLER NO J& !
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REALTOR I LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE
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Ifllt W. University ASSOCIATES FR S-4471 V A Village 'f Qrcen 1 i Swimming Pool Recreation Room I I left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.

Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heot
E. W. Moeller Foster KeslerD'e1
: Di'r"'n Sharon Grant--- j' LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc. Central Air Condo Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

? 376-7971 Stor!:e Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

New Brick Homes Paved Parking Areas Lighted SidewalksPHONE
3 Elevators PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
by son

Builder Priced from $13,90017,250 aoaoa.I I 376-4456 PRICED FROM $16,000 UP I

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en equ'pmenern.. heat. VA no Sodded Lawns FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT

down: payment. FHA from $700 Swim Club I i;I c,. .t""t.. (24 Hour Service) Daily 2-9545 Night 6.9048BUTLER

I dO"o" closing costs. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY
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Air Cond. J I
i Capital Builders. Inc. Optional __ _.. :___ 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
r; N.W. 37th Plata & *m Street Colonials W 13.S lm BROTHERS BUILDERS

OPEN HOUSE DAILY Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street Butler I Bros. BUILDERS
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I l Manor community i center (As long as you own & occupy

SALE PRICED AT ONLY $15,275 your hems)J. This is completely! restricted owners in

1 Highland Court Manor and includes swimming pool

J \ VA NO DOWN PAYMENT ($100. Closing ) $93.41 per month ) playing field, playground equipment &- air conditioned

i I community club house.

I FHA $575 DOWN INCLUDING CLOSING, $91.97 per monthASK
3. All Modern conveniences: storm drainage. city; sew- (

.. e-ae. paved:: streets v/itS: curbs & gutters, city water & /

r1 't .. ""'r '. electricity, natural:: 1 gas & city fire protection with the

{f THE MAN WH it t: u1.. .... ,, If' ONE I lowest of insurance:: rates.

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4. Large lots with an average front footage of 92.4 Feet

.: and 133 ft. from curb to real:: lot line.
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I 5. Homes planned for traffic flow ease of living and '
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of our sales consist of referrals welcome comparison of lot sizes Cr overall in home building ,


from our satisfied customers. square footages of enclosed space. We( 6. Located close to kindergartens and Jr. High/ with

The Great Majority of our home owners publish square footage in our brochures. ) bus service available to High Sch? f. (New High School

{I have been careful intelligent buyers who land already owned by county adjoining Highland Court

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Sunday August 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9C ,

t 41 H.u... for Rent Unfurn.sOiT 56 Business Opportunities 64 Household Goods I 66 Misc. For Safe 66 Mite.. For SaU -, 66, Mi.... For S.U
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E "" attractive, rwstc 2 bedroom BEER Tavern for sale doing good FOR SALE:, 5 hot water tanks, 30 Formica top 18 X 20" boards for GAS range 30" Kenmore with TRADE your cosily lo operate
cottage, large spacious m.4 business. Call FR -485( or FR 2- 0" with gas heater attached also do it ur selfers $1. Kiddie- luxury features, perfect cond. ELECTRIC water heater, and
wnfurn.. or partly furn. $40 mo.AiM 9196.SERVICE. 150 gal. butane gas tank. Com- end table. Kitchen bin or board. S95. Phone FR 4-2634. S43 for 0 new glasslined GAS
roomy | & 2 bedroom station with beer and plete wltn' gauges, 2 crane shallow Gainesville Auto Top Shop. T-V water heater. Much more hot OPEN FOR INSPECTION
apartments avail. furn. or un- antenntl (3 single stock, S?
well Inquire Lewis
turn. S40 & S50 mo. Melrose, wine package license. Good bus Jewelry Co.pumps. 300 ft. 36-inch fencing wire; 2 34- double stack, S13.Oo complete kit. water at about half the cost with,
phone GR 5704S.SUBURBAN iness. Sacrifice, leaving town. inch steel gates and 24 treated Jim Voyles 419 NW tth Ave. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE
Call anytime after Sam. 37239t ONE 40" Electric range excellent wood posts. $35- Phone 376-4344 ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110.
,1_. 2 bedrooms, sleepIng condition. Phone FR 2.1533 for In- bet. 5-9 p.m. CITIZEN BAND RADIOS COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 1:30 to 6 P.M.
room living room. dining Nw and
Used MO
room. Large yard. Near but FOR lease one of Gainesville's top formation. One beautiful new wedding gown Complete line Chairs low as $8. No moneydown
of
Rent S 4i. FR 65829. S service stations. Excellent opportunity 40" ADMIRAL elec. range, like new.S80 for sale, size 1112. Contact FR FULLER'S.FOTO- photo INC.supplies low as $5 per month.
for a man with moder Call 372-4081. after 5:30 I' 2-9935 evenings if Interested. Free estimates, pickup and delivery
P.M. 619 W. Univ. Ave.
LARGE, unfurnished ate capital to be a very successful FR 2-0713 service. All work guaran
house. for ELEC. stove $15 gas stove S25
rent in Waldo. Contact business milCIII John Baldwin FENCE Reeves chain link 135 teed. Phone 3767786. OUR PARADE OF HOMES MODEL
TV
SJJ month. FR 6.4104.ALACHUA full top station wagon carrier feet 4 ft. high with two 3-ft. perfect cond., will sacrifice I
Mrs. Boles fR 4-3ttt. S15 sm. heater for
; space stand- gates. Like new, reasonable wo. Also RCA stereo port, KODAK Repine reflex S with 50-
I CLOSE In, for rent (or tile) 3 Hardware Co. for sale. lank, 115. 3762693. Phone 374-1947. like new cond., S39. SOS NE 11th mm f 1.9 normal lens; 135mmf
bedroom unfurnished house 1 Phone 442-1201 or 462.1: t.GItOC.ltY NEW furniture at wholesale price Ave. FR J5047.REUPHOLSTERED. 4.5 telephoto lens; 60mm screwIn -
ELECTRIC RANGE and REFRIG-
3236 NW 28th Avenue
block from elementary school es: Birch dining table $45; walnut filters and aux. lens, case. All
Store for sale. DoIng ERATOR. Phone FR 2-0585.
.large! shady' yard,' .$100, per. 'mo.Phone ... good business. Reason for- buffet, $88, table lamps. $15; I tional, dressers, bedroom 2 piece suites sec, In first class condition. $200. Day
_, 374-7&U. STORE counter and 6 stools. Cub
time 372-1145 372-4537.
/ dining chairs $1217 & S25, 36" round nights
selling leaving town. S19 SW 5th mahogany dining table
Gas heat ,
tractor with B&B disk.
.PARTIALLY furnished two bedrOOm Ave. FR 4-1482 from 1 a.m. to bookshevles, SI 5, 24" & 26" Shutters with 4 leaves reclining chairs
lawn Call ) Now In Ladies' Better
Specializing
house. 311 NW 20th Avenue 7 p.m.MONEY. S4 & S5; glass & ceramic er.Hawthorne Riding 481.2316.ENCYCLOPEDIA mower. wicker sofa & 2 chairs and Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8
Phone FR 1303f for appointment tile. SI sq. ft. GADDUM INTERIORS other household Items.
Nearly
MAKER New business. 12 NW 3rd Ave. Americana Latest Nu Furniture Shop. 316 NW 8th Values.through 56.DIXIE S3 Each.MILLS Exceptional SUPER Busy Working Wives
Good location near Shopping edition with 1962-64 annuals. Ave.
376-4892.
,
FOR RENT house
unfurnished PORTABLE dishwasher 1959 Ken- Excellent DISCOUNTS. 19 SW. 1st Ave
Center. Walnut bookcase. con-
I sd
can be two or three bedroom.will more. Excellent condition. $75. I nue.
at Call Gladys Smith, Realtor dition. Call FR 69042. WE WANT TO buy late model usedrefrigerators.
accept: children. Located I Phone FR 4-589Q to see Look
Paradise. US per mo. Large lot. IKS W. University 372-U J trade-Ins Exceptionally. high ROLEX 8mm movie camera. F IS Forward to
Phone Scruggs. FR 6-SH2 or 66 Misc. For SaleFENCE PISTOLS tape recorder (stereo) now given.WIlSON'S lens; $25. Two child's rocking
FR 63SU"HOUSE 61 Wonted to Buy for sale cheap. 372-6178. EXCHANGE chairs $I and $5. Phone FR 2-
j 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-609. 7101. i
for rent. unfurnished $31per 120 ft. woven picket
i mo. No calls after too P.M. CASH for your used appliances. fence, 36 In. high posts Included EASY IRONER 1 yr. old. 590; 1
Phone 316.1821UNFURNISHED. I furniture clothing, etc. Call Wil- ; $20. Phone 374-2190. typewriter. Royal port.. $20; console CAREFREEKITCHENS 0
2 bedroom home. liams Service Center Hawthorne GARDEN tools, roll away bed. table. pulls out to seat 12 2 EXECUTIVE HOMES
p4 $60 fan, $10. FR 22145.
372.3177: ;
1110 374J.44
Call Cxt.
: per mo. Udder dinette, 4 chairs ,
:THREE BR. CB, large fenced Phone FR 21541. LOSE WEIGHT. safely with new 4-BEDROOM-Z-BA 3-BED ROOM BATH
62 Machinery fir Tools -
Dex-A Diet Tablets. Only 98
yard. S130 mo.. years lease I LEFT IN AN ESTATE cents.'i
could be purchased for $200 dn., Excellent condition. '64 Model 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug 1 Enclosed
S Swimming Pool
? 2 ROW Allis Chambtis tractor. a) Enclosed Swimming Pool
S100 1124 NE 14th Ave. 374- Company.
mo. swing needle. Zig Zag Dial-o-Mat- Family Room
a) Family RoomS
turn plow. Disk. cultivating out. t)
4111 or 374(741 ic
: fit. SIM. See at Rt. 1, Box 31*, the sewing fancy stitches machine.button Does all GOLF clubs with bag. $50: May Built-in Kitchen a> Built-in Kitchen
FR 4-MM1, H. H. Thomas. holes tag wringer type washing ma a> Laundry Room Laundry Room
sews buttons.
49 Rooms For Rent on Monograms Ap- chine. $40; toaster. $3; and elec. a> Wall-to-Wall Carpet a> wall.to-Wall Carpet in
64 Household pliques, blind hems, etc. Pay off dee -fryer, JS. FR -4805. Dressing Room a) Dressing RoomS
Goods
balance
FOR business man or student mss of $42. O or assume
ter bedroom T.V. phone etc., prl. monthly payments to suit. Call WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator, nice, Central Heat Air Cond. a) Central Heat Air Cond. ;
entrance garage pace avail. I MREE pieces malched uvenile 3727680. Mr. Bennett. United $45; Century 3-speed! 16" oscillate
Call 372-4310 or 444-3211 after .. furniture $80.Phone Sewing Center. ing fan S10. 222 S. E. 20th St. Bath Homes located In beautiful high, dry wooded area with I HighlandCourt
444-3281 after 6. 3766819. ARMCO underground shelter. Approved Phone FR 6-1416. paved streets-city water and sewer I

7 NICE rooms close In, single or PIANO $100, Kenmore elec. range by CD. FHA, state & "GIVE.AWAY. PRICES" TV
double. off street parking Refrigerator 169. Sofa bed & rocker set $35; city. List $1400 Now $500. Swap yr. guarantee on picture tube FKED MASON. BUILDER j
available. 531 S.E. 2nd for ? FR 6-2371 Anytime.
Bathlnette-Sfi car bed S3* baby $39; refrigerators $25; sofa bed FR 2-8340 FR 23182COMPARE Manor
Place. 372 2S 2.
> rectlner S3. 374-4111. Thor Multi Matlc Air Tool kit. and chair. $29; sofabed $19; and
Working wives
ROOM for man, private befit and BUNK beds with or without box Makes 7 tools all air driven. new platform rockers, 1295. I busy
refrlg. S40 month. 316 NE 3rd springs. and mattresses. FR 2- Carrying case & quick disconnect Call Williams Service Center IUI/1JIII/ ..
Avenue Ph. FR 2-4752. 3691. hoses. $50. ,FR 6-2377. Hawthorne Rd. 372.3937. homemakers alike appre

51 Misc. Rentals 10 GALLON aquarium with sand, ATTIC SALE 1 day only. Wed. QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. Double Stainless J
wrought iron stand filter, valves 10 to 5, 2216 NW 4th Place. Phone 4812674. i ciate the easy-to-care-for
LOT for renTTorJailer. 100 x 110. and pump: S20. Call FR Many Items Include smell appliances I Steel Sinks "
.i shady off Archer Road near 2.1072.WHITE. toys books, china pic XACTA CAMERA, like new, kitchens in Highland Court
UF. IM Month. Phone 3777051. & gold formica dinette & Lures linens bricabrac etc half price. Call 372-1693. i I Full Size
4 chairs, S35. 514 NW 31st Lane. Eye-Level
THESE HOME Manor homes. designed I
VALUES They're
Rent _
51-A Wonted To 3727305. j
Tappan Built-in' I Oven I
I NICE 3 bedroom furnished house T.V., 24" Console excellent condi- BEFORE YOU BUY for convenience, and
tion, works perfectly. Dan .Hei- 3 and Range Gas
for Sept. 1st. Call anytime until COLORED j or
11:00 P.M. 3724473. man; FR 27191. I Electric feature the finest in ma
I
WELL kept preferably modern 3 T-A-G APPLIANCESTested GIIlrnOlllllllJJl1llllnBlIJIIDlIDUlDl1I1DIII1IJ
br furnished home. Possible 1 yr. and Guaranteed I S A V E 'I
,..... Call Mr. Clayton.472- 42 Refrigerators from $39: tip I The following Is now under Range Hood l Fan terials. Inspect one today!
7173 between 5 & 7 P.M. 9 Ranges from $9.? up RENTALS i e construction and will be ready ,
YOUNG couple desires apartmentor 17 Washers from si* up for occupancy' soon" and FilterSafetyedge
small house. Furnished or un- I Dryers from 149 up IIImIIIIHI'J1IDIIIDIBIUW/DImImmnm! / I
furnished. Writ Occupant, Apt. 2 Food-Freezers from SW up BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW == 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
3.Beach 224, Fla S. Atlantic Ave, Cocoa 10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from from 149 S35 up up 3 g The occupancy.following are ready for 3 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. $81 Formica

JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. UNDER CONSTRUCTION e per month. Cabinet Tops / 14 models
53 Office-Desk Space 419 NW 8m Ave.Ph. 372-5303 3330 N.W. 28th.Are. 4110 & 4l21

OFFICE space tar rent including 4 BR V/t baths, $1,990 dn.. N.W. 19th Dr. Custom Chip-Proof /$13,400-$18,200
I central heating, air conditionIng ADVERTISE IN THE S $165 per mo. 3 BR, 2 bath, $500 dn, $1] ,
utilities and private parking Built-in Cabinets
per month.
lot. 111 SW Third St. SERVICE DIRECTORY 33 3320 NW 30th Ave / Nothing Down VA

54 Business Rentals q e 3 BR mo., 1 bath, $500 dn. S77. 4119 & 4127per Genuine Wall-tex' ($100 Closing) ,f
N.W. 19th Dr.

STORE:: FOR RENT. OFFERED BY BUILDER IIDImnUItllIlWUIUIUWIIIIIOIllllllllIllll! 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn, $74 Vinyl Wallpaper / Payments from $79.34 I
3 Bedroom, month.
Contact Mrs. Culpepper at FR 4443 2Vt bath home. per
Show house at 3321 NW. 2Sth wcL3 > VMI I Tile Floors
Vinyl
Norwood III III1IIIIIJ'JI1JIIIIJIJIIll/Dl1lDIIIUII/DJ1/IIIJ/ / / JI1II
SMALL warehouse for rent. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom, 2
DAN BYRD bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd ;5 ALL OUR HOMES ARE
.
3768268. Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone 'Hope"H" OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .

FOR LEASE FR 4-384S. Inc. YOU SEEING WILL ,JUST ANYTIME CALL.IF KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales
Modern air cond. suite of offices.
.
Downtown location. near courthouse We
and federal building. Ph. ADMIRE Trade Homes 1123 3.E. 4th STREETFR Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. and 11th Terr.-Phone 372.3471
372-7 43 or 4-0817. or Property
.i 2 Bedrooms Stove noon with light and fan 6-5301 or FR7789
FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. Store THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN
building. W. Univ. Ave. Price WOO i Large living Construction dining area Double compartment sink a IDIIIIIIIIIJJIUJIII8IIIJIUUllmlmmIlIlDlOlIIIIIIIIIIIInn!! mnnl IbiUUUlU111U1"11U>IpIJIIIUIIL;
Masonery Venetian Blinds I
per Hershall Haynes.FR WIMBERLY ESTATES i
62611Call B. F. Mlzeli F. i Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills

4-7551. Uoyd Myrick, Bldr. .i i Tiled Large tub double and sliding showers door Large shrubbery lawn with grass and I I

FOR RENT 1.000 .q. ft. warehouse I Offering mere qualityfar closets Insulated Attic I J
er store room 9111 SW 5th St. i less .i Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
S50 per mo. Call Hershall Haynes moneyW
Mizell. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS I
FR 4-2441 or B. F.
FR 47551.LARGE :34th Ter. off N.W. 39th TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.
Ava. Open Sundays at 2:00.r For appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322
term
Long
Shop building.
lease. Rent or ..I.. 2007 NE 27th by .". 3120$"'. I :

I Ave 56 Business FR 4-S5A8 OpportunitiesMAN .- ---- Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. I BARKLEY MOTORS



OR WOMAN

TOY PART ROUTE TIME Don't Be A "Fair Weather"Home

f VERY SMALL STARTING

GOOD CAPITAL INCOME PRESENTS.

I f OPERATE SEVERAL FROM CHOICE HOME Buyer! ,

TERRITORIESAVAILABLE 'J
t SOON I

I It
Gainesville and also Lake City.
t Ocala Palatka Perry. Trenton. !
Leesburg plus several other"
$
anasWt rtt.

t will appoint a sincere manor
woman to use our sales aids FOREIGN'I
In establishing and servicing. a SPORTS & I IJ
number of sensational self serv II
I SHOP" Displays In
I
markets drug variety stores.
.tc.- You get expert Company -"

i REQUIRKC5NLY"you advice must and replace guidance.toys each However FEW week .'F x. a p $ CARWEEKEND



HOURS EACH WEEK I _

Title Is not a |lob but a chance
to get Into something you may I
have always wanted a business ,
I of your own. One that cant '" SPECIALS
handled In spar time and .3 Btelr"
still leave room for full time ex-
!
G
l NOT A GETRICHQUICKSCHEME


If you have a desire to better OVER 30 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
yourself If sober, honest, and t
really sincere have a car & S

S2l It(minimum once. giving required complete), apply '63 S'beam '61 V'wagen

t details about yourself,' phone ? 2095 51195
number. Airmail or wire: I" "tit
Alpine, radio, Sedan, radio,
TOY MERCHANDISING CORP. f heater heater .. .
Str tWoodslCie. '" '"
;34-10 58th 65 Mustang
New York 11377 r

: Conv., R&H, PS, PB, auto, 53495 '63 Volvo '61 Simca '

SUBLEASE trcns.. V8. conditioned. 53195 (545 4

t Building at PI800, electric overdrive 4-door 1
conditioned sedan .
air ''' ''' "
229 W. UNIV. AVE. 64
I TriumphS
Door Florida : S2095 'RW"
Next to
Theatre. ; OPEN radio, '63 TR-4 '61 I

PHONE 372-0440 1 sA heater . . ... 2395 $545
sap x FOR Roadster, radio, 2-door

.. ...... ..- sedan -... .... .. .. .
IHSPECTIOH '64 Triumph ::0010'


STEVEN FOSTER wire wheels, 2695 63 Triumph 1995 'ITR4 eam 51295

HEIGHTS heater .. ..M ,
Spitfire, radio, Alpine, radio,
I Located at NW. 37th Place & Smart home buyers "have enough sense to go out in the heater . . . heater . .. ..
brit St. New brick homes under '

colors construction.etc. VA Pick.. FHA your Terms.own rain." Many Gainesville streets which seem to be peacefulin 64 Hillman 1795 '63 Volvo '60 V'xhall

by Super Minx, auto, trans., 2995 5545

4 Capita! Builders. Inc. the sunshine turn into "disaster areas" after a hard I radio, heater, whitewalls PI800, radio, 4-door

I heater . . .. sedan .... _. .. .. ..
N.W. 17th Place & 4th Street !
Call 372-4MI er 17477MJ thunderstorm. Don't buy an unexpected water-front lot '64 Consul


You're invited to Green before 1! English I Ford, 2-door, radio 1695 '62 TR-4: ,2095 '60 gen 51 095
inspect Village
fir 4 Bedroom Models >_ during, or heater Roadster R& wire Convertible, radio,
wheels, elec. overdrive .. heater
SHADOWLAWNESTATES "'M
after a "gully washer." See how efficiently the community's I

F. D. OLIVER '63 MG i

Individual OFFERING Styles For You elaborate system of protected l drainage ditches .ity i Midget radio, 1795 62 TR-4 1995 60 Volvo 541Af I

well planned, living areas heater .. .. .. . Roadster, raradio, heater 2-door sedan oir i
Quality material ..> workmanship storm sewers keep the floods from your lawn. 'W'lrewheels ..... ... conditioned ...... ...
'
community you would be '
proud to live In Superior drainage another for 63 Fiat '62 Porsche '59 TR-3
I I Drive West en N.W. 39th reason why you get more 1145 $1fl-f
Ave.past the Glen Spring Intersection. 5995
1100 Sedan 4-door
See sign on left. your money in Village Green.Village heater radio Super '75" coupe, radio, JL 7J Radio,
FR 2-OC44. heater, tinted windshield heater . .. ... .,.
r

I I i '63 MG '61 beam '59 Renault

1595 1445 445
I
New Homes i i 1100 Sedan, 2-door, radio Alpine, hardtop, radio, 4-door, radio

I heater .. . ._ heater overdrive .. .._ heater ... .._

inWESTVILLA W I jrccui '63 Fiat '61 Eng. Ford '56 M'cedes

845 545 S1 1095

I 600D, 2-door 2-door 1800. 4-door, I

sedan . .. . ... .w ...... ... sedan .. .. ... .:

I NW 16th Ave., Priced from 13,975-17,000 MODELS OPEN 10 DARK NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S N7 DEPENDENT DEALER "WE DD. N.YOUR BUSINESS"


at 37th St. NO MONEY DOWN VA 2909 N.E. 15th STREET. I


MINIMUM DOWN FHA i
\

WALTER STUBBSInc.. I BARKLEY MOTORS



J Phone 376-5394 hugh edwards

BUILDER-DEVELOPER 2201 N. MAIN ST.FR .

I "w. .trod houses"

1,1 I for information 376.7971 2-4373 ."IN! THE AUTO, GAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME" Open Doily Til 9 Sun. Til 6.


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toe Gainesville Sun Sunday August 23, 1964


I 66 Mise For Sale. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE -87 Automobiles Wanter I

NE.. ana used chain saws lawnmowers '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon. with CARS WANTED t50-54 Fords
edgers. tampers light air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL -
plants cable. perfect cond. & Chevrolets. Al Herndon Service -
Wisconsin Briggs 54 Plymouth UNIVERSITY
& Stratton new and used mo 43000 sworn to miles. $400. Call Station 916 SE 4th St. I ICHEVROLET'S
tors. Rental sales and service. FR 6-4404. CLEAN-UP
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. FOR SALE BY OWNER 1955 Stu- .
I debaker Champion. 4-door sedan.
SEWING MACHINE Very clean. Call FR 20595. i
1944 Automatic twin needle zig zag 1959 Lark I. Power steering radio
in new cabinet. Makes button heater. $500. Phone Bill at FR 6-
boles, overcast applique sat in 3848.
Stitch fancy designs mends etc
*4 per month. Balance $72. Mi- 1956 PLYMOUTH Savoy. family. ANNUAL I
kell's!! Sewing Machine Service Co car good condition. Call FR 2 II
81i W. Univ. Ave. FR 61075. 1238.
1956 autom. trans.,
DODGE Royal
FOR SALE 1 Crane
: new Lavatory
new seat covers. tire and muffler DAYS I
(Bergundy Red
) $30. Matching good gas mileage Call 372-
Commode Phone 3762271.SIS buy both for J-4S. 3692 Ave., or came by 1034: NE 1st I

LEAVING town must sell before
1957 PONTIAC. Starchief red convertible -
the 30th. Hotpoint automatic 347 cu. in.. 4-barrel.
washer $60.SS5 Westinghouse TV and aerial refrigerator Good college car. $400. Phone FR '63 VOLKSWAGEN

(new tube S70). 412 NW 17th 63679. Ruby red, clean.
St. After 6:30 Weekdays.ONE BEST Bid gets a dependable 1953 $1495 NEARLY NEW
Pontiac. Radio & Heater /-excellent -
of the finer things in life- I
Blue Lustre carpet and uphol tires and Is a 2 owner Phone Model Year-End Prices
: stery cleaner. Rent electric 3723227. '62 VOLKSWAGENPearl
.
shampooer SI. McDaniell Furnt 1963 DODGE Dart air condo radio -
Co., Gainesville Shopping Center. heater manual shift, whitewalls white, radio WSW extra
I, KELVINATOR refrigerator 14' Ex- back up lights underc at- nice.
} cellent condition. Reasonably/ ing perfectly maintained. 22.000Mt $1295
of future warranty. Must sell
priced. Phone FR 2-3856. by 9 1-44 Will take trade. $1995. Are Now in Effect!

2 a pieces reduced of upholstery price for material quick sale.at* FR 25170. 'VOLKSWAGEN SALESAVE i

One 54" x 24 yards. One 54" x- Beryl green, radio. ,
V 8
GOOD second car. 1954 Royal
22 yards. Horn Beautiful Fur- Dodge. Call after 5 p.rn. $1095
niture.
FR 6-2915.
'
Interested 30. DISCOUNT In ceramics ON GLAZES? Classes 1962 RENAULT DAUPHINE S125 '60 VOLKSWAGENMango You can enjoy the superb beauty and
and assume payments of $3210per
Mon. Wed. Fri. nights. Open < green clean/
month. Phone 3723930.
to 5-Closed Thurs. $
ELLA'S CERAMICS CORVAIR Morua 1942 Loaded, Including $995 OO
}145 Univ. Ave. FR 6-5568 factory A-C. 25.500 miles. flawless performance of a Quality Olds-
Private owner. Call 3720019.
70 Boats-Marine Equip. '59 VOLKSWAGEN

.Z CLEAN Cadillac for sale. Can be Sunroof radio, heater black. mobile. The extra performance and quiet-
1964 LONESTAR Fiberglass. 14 ft. seen at 3120 NW th.Street. Makeme $895
with baitwell IS HP Johnson. 5'1 an offer!!
HP Johnson trailer and light. '60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent ON DEMONSTRATORSAND
.
3906 Will N finance.W. 21st If Ter.necessary. See at cond.Priced one right.owner Call FR many 4-7824.extras. '64 VOLKSWAGEN ness is yours to enjoy. if you buy now
Pickup like new radio.
MUST SELL $700 or best offer.
16 Ft. Crosby fiberglass 50 HP '63 OLDS F-85. loaded! Excellent $1750 i I
Evinrude. and tilt trailer. Phone condition. See Mr. Green, University during Clean-up Days. -
.
FR 6-7419 after i or see at 1706S. City Bank. OFFICIAL CARS!!
W. 35th PI. '58 FORD
,'
64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles.
12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat, used I $200 down take up payments. Pickup clean.
I less than I year S100. Phone Call FR 27433 or FR 2.3785 after $595
FR 27101. I' 5:00 P.M. 1

16' LARSON fiberglass boat with '55 CHEVROLET. standard transmission BiJlt CHEVROLETS CORVAIRS CHEVY ll's
trailer. S450 Phone FR 2-0235 VOLKSWAGENKombi
62
6 cylinder. Perfect condi -
I :
3911 N. W. 7th St.
tion. Call 3926638. /, extra clean CHEVELLES STATION WAGONS
73 Musical MerchandiseONE ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet $1395 iarG t :
Impala. 2 dr. hardtop. excellent USED CARS
I Ludwig snaredrum excellent _condition. Call Jones 3765351. ae. .. t:.. ........
condition. Call FR 28643. 1963 Chevrolet station wagon with 'lJ :
manual transmission. Air condi! C RR
SPINET Wurlitzer piano practically -
tioned. Low mileage still has factory Miller-
new; S455. Bank financing
guarantee. $2090. Phone FR
available. Phone 3725651.
6-8063 after 5.
SPINET piano for sale. Good Bar.
I gain with terms will deliver. CADILLAC 1955 red convertible Brown
powered with top. $250.
Phone FR 26866 after 7:00 P.M. fully new
See at Tenneco Stat. corner of USED
REPOSSESSED ORGAN
S. Main & 4th Ave.
I' Baldwin cabinet.Spinet Also organ used with B-3 Hammond tone 944 Chevrolet. $325 Down. Take 1030 E. CARS '63 CADILLAC
2-61 note manuals. 25 note over payments or will take old- Univ. Ave. 4795
pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A er car. Call FR 2-8054. After 530. FR 2-3582
real bargain. Grldley' Music '57 PLYMOUTH beautiful black Sedan DeViile. Air conditioned.
Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.FR & white 2-dr. hardtop PS auto. s
2-5353. trans., V-8. 46.000 actual miles. I IiiP'
WILL transfer to responsible party FR 27445. PRIVATE.
choice of four spinet or console automatic transmission '
43 FORD Galaxie.
61 CADILLAC
pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- 8 cylinder excellent con- AUGUSTCLEARANCE $2995
litzer Spinet Piano trade back.
374-0993.
dition. Phone
\ save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with
sound & motion pick up payments I Sedan DeYille. Air conditioned.
we have a piano to fit 941 PONTIAC Tempest LeMans
any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. bucket seats.speed trans.. 4
702 W. Univ. Ave 376-0031. cyl. with air cond. Will take BUICK I
& or sell 59 .
trade assume pay.
TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
Buy now for this fall. Many to outright.P.M.VOLKWAGEN. Call 3740854 after i Convertible 60 CADILLAC 51995 .",.. ... -"- -".$. ..
choose from. Instant credit. "
!1a;< .
Gainesville Music Center 1960. Sun roof very '62 CHEVROLET Sedan. "
_3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. good cond!Hon. Small equity and I I
take up payments. 374-8397, Til- 4 door, H/T ,
USED upright piano good lis. I
condition. FR 2.2178.Automotive '57 CHEVROLET 2 original paint, $595. Phone 4 door 59 CADILLAC 1595


3728835.BARKLEY '61 CHEVROLET I Sedan. Air conditioned. NEARLY 100 OUTSTANDING NEW

83 Motorcycles & Scooters Convertible


CUSHMAN, good transportation motor scooter., reasonable 1957 model MOTORS"IN 62 COMET '56 CADILLAC $395 CAR TRADE-INS TO CHOOSE FROM!

price. Phone 372-6411 after 6:30 '61 COMET )
PM. THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
Coupe DeViile.I Air conditioned.
THE NAME" '
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 62 METEOR
2201 N. Main St. Make & Model WAS NOW
FR 2-4373 '63 COMET
CONDITIONING. Tune up '
Special, $250 for performancetest. 63 OLDS
All makes and models. 52795
of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- I 63 COMET '62 CHRYSLER4dr.
f Powers Motor Co. Air Conditioning Convertible "88" 4 Door Sedan. Air Conditioned.
.4 / Servicing Center. 294.,..H. 1964 .. V-8. Automatic.i R6H. S2495 $2041 t
Main st. Phone FR 2.2561.. '63 MONTEREY I
Air Cond., Dark blue. Like New.
SPECIAL auto painting $295. Au- '
tomotive repairs and tune-up. '60 DODGE 60 OLDS
Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. 51495 '
Phone :3727915 64 CORVAIR
FORD '
61 FALCON Sedan. (
85 Automobiles for Sale I Convertible. Auto.. R&H, Air $2995 S1547
60 FALCON s9 Cond.. Like New.
'62 VW radio and heater white '
walls. $1295. Phone FR 28835. CLEARANCE '63 FORD OLDSSedon.
1958 FIAT for sale. $200. Call be- $1 095 '
fore 10:00 A.M or after 8 00 Galaxie, Air 63 TEMPEST
P.M. FR 6-2350. all day Sunday. Air conditioned.
1964 CHEVROLET Impala. 4-dr. '61 FORD LeMans Coupe. Automatic, 52695 $2147
hardtop. 4000 actual miles. auto. SALE Pickup R&'H. Air Cond.
trans., power steering, power '
brakes radio. heater. WW tires. 58 OLDS'
52 CHEVROLET
One owner, showroom condition. $395 '
$2695.4009. Will trade. Dealer. FR 6- Pickup 60 BUICK

1962 COMET 2-<1r. auto. trans. radio SHAW Utility Body Sta. Wagon. V-8 Automatic, 51495 S1147.I
and heater WW tires like '59 OLDS 63 R&H, Air Cond.
new. $1195. Will trade. Dealer. '
Phone FR 6-4009. BUICK
1962 VOLKSWAGEN Conv. radio & '58 OLDS 53295
heater. WW tires. extra clean. & '60 CHEV.
low mileage. $1395. Will trade. '53 PLYMOUTH Station i Wagon. Air conditioned.
Dealer. FR 6-4009. STATION WAGONCRANE Sta. Wagon, Standard Shift, 51195 S947
1963 PONTIAC Bonneville. 2-door 6-cyl., Extra Sharp.
HT AT PS. R&H. WW. .000 KEETER l
miles. S259S. Will trade. Dealer. 59 BUICK
FR 6-4009. 51195
1962 CORVAIR Cony. 4-speed floor Electro '63 CHEV.

shift tra clean.radio.$1495.heater.Will WW trade.tires.Dealer. ex.- 238 W. University LINCOLN MERCURY Sedan. ,I. Impala 2dr.. Hardto;. V-I. 52695 S21 47'

FR 6-4009 516 South Main St. I Auto.. PS. PB. R&H. White with t
Phone FR 6-5371 FR 6-2425 Red Interior.
.1 63 CHEVROLET ..

TROPICAL I __ 52195
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5895 5547
PONTIAC
CLEARANCE SALE Sta. Wagon, V-8, Automatic.;
302 N.W. 8th Ave. 63
FR 2-2583 II
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CONVERTIBLES SEDANS WAGONS $895 $647
GAINESVILLEAUTO Convertible.; Standard Trans.,

SALES HARDTOPS '60 CHEVROLET As is. I

1007 N. Main St. $1195

Phone FR 2.6313 Station i Wagon. 6-cyl. Standard transmission. '53 CHEV.

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t I Dealer FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 '6 IMPALA Good 2nd
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Value Rated Hardtop Sedan. Air Conditioned. Car.TRUCKS

Used Cars YOUR PRICE $000

B&G MOTOR CO. '63 FALCON $1595 I

Cadillac Oldsmobile
2COI NW 13th St. 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE Station Wagon.


FOR THE CORRECT -! THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT '60 FORD / INTL.212ton. $ 1 015 $7 41

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N.Main St.at 16th Ave. IMPERIAL 57QQI; Condition.; .1

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5% & 5%- SALE II The Perfect Hunting.Truck. $1075 $747

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2 DOOR COST $ 1693

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f the most drastic TRADING POLICY in their 40 years of service to this Area
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I. 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,

! I 1964 FORDS PRICED SO LOW-YOU CANT SAY NO!

OLDSMOBILES, RAMBLERS, PONTIACS,

Falcons .__ __
f BUICKS, and ECONOMY CARS. Fairlanes .

f OLD 1950's and NEAR NEW 1964's Galaxies l

T-Birds

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

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56 210 2-dr.-sedan. $165 61 s* $395 :
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f 57 trans Olds.to II .J-dr.rvr h+rd. $350 59 standard Cher.Biscayne, VI trans.4dr.sedan $275 SAVINGS LIKE i

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, 58 Chey.sedaM standard Biscayne 6-Cyl.trlnL 4dr.. $285 62 stan'd.Savoy sedan.R4H Plym.white 2-dr.V.I.trans.. $1345 BEFORE!

walls.

i I 57 Ford F.lrl.na, 500.4dr $4 7 5 64 Ford $ 95
sedan. Gal+xle 500 ,
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1 62 2-dr.Tempest sedan $1145 62 Chey.Imp+la corn. $2095
vertiDle. Y4
auto trans. Powerglide pll : 1962 1957 1961 1957 1961
heater sharp. Low Corvair
PS. RIoH.I waon'y sta. Cher Valiant Ford Volks
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trans. PS R&H.SPled Fordomatlc Convt. RiH
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' 57 w.u R&H.,tires.,white edan, $795 63 torn Monterey trans.automatIC PS.eus-PB. $2995 !% Week's This $1195t' $1395 $3195 $695 $w3'45g $945
AC. vinyl trim: !
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Ranchero Falcon Pick 1956 1962 1960 1959 1959 1957 1961
60 1995 62 1
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2-dr. heaterPowerglMe
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In.auto.engine.trans, G.luie....., 2-dr. pass., Vt.heater II sta. cyU C/300 stlckshiftwitn 2-dr' ..,. FA. ,500 4drV4 .
On All Convertible. R&H ttand- wagon. R&H heater A Red"it. R&H
extra ClUI\ and Iran5. PS. PB. A/C. !! Com.
Sra. Cher. :(:: $1195 $895 $795 gas$4.saver.Super 'r Ls244 $995
$1395 Newand
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standardtrans? RIH. 61 truck blse Long,pickup,wheel a CYUheifer $10 95. RIM
whit walls: }lean.Cher. IT RUNS
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Used ONLY Ford Ford Falcon
63 matte 6-Cy1.+.I,trans.uto-I-dr.. $2295 61'Chey.st..1. $1645- $89.00 Ranchero Falcon PickRIoH.F/L 500 PS.4-dr F/L R&H.J-dr.rd"/t", Jdr.bucket, ,hardtop seatv, Station..narp.RH. wagon. Stude.Vt .
Coma ton pickup.
heater whitewalls Cars! Up. New Pamt A/C. ""'" RAH auto FordOMatlc -
and PS. jray & white trans.
clean.Many RLH. $895 $945 $845 $1945 $995 $145


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Mann Island Grove, drunk. $35. Islah R. L Black,_ construct awning 3444 NW 28th Place. $14,000; 3311 NW 28th .
Rivers, 621 NW 4th. St- drunk $35. W. Univ. Ave., $115. Place, SI .ooo.

Jeff SherfMd Chtefland, unlawful C. w. Thompson, addition to dWelling Marriage License Applications
parking, S2S. Helen Spaulding, Holly <15 NW 9th Ave.. $250. Allan Lewis Hoffman .Jr. 21, Gainesville
/ SEE wood, improper passing, $35. Wesley Mae D. Ahrens. repair dwelling, 600 and Judy Allen Gardner, 22, Win. NOW OPEN
by Vanover, Tampa, dirvlng while Intoxicated NE 11th St.. $370. ter Haven. .
$150 and driver's license
sus ,JSC.Cui2mlnfl*, n. Gainesville, and
pended. Tommy Rldgell, construct dwelling, Mae TOImon, 16, Gainesville.
Elmer Frank Ammons, Fayetteville, 2119 NE 7th Place $ ,000. Jackie Lerue Armound, 21, High
N.C- Improper passing, $35. Laura W. Fir Shades, construct dwellings at: Springs, 'and Leatha Mae Taylor,
Demorest, Orlando speeding $35. !1349 NE 1;510.000:368: '0Non 1337 NE Gainesville. THE CANTON RESTAURANTGainesville's
31st Place, : Place, Norman
case disposed of: P. J. Carter, Wayne Ley. 21. East
538 SE 1st Ter- no valid driver's license. $10,000; 1354 NE 31st Place $10,000 Mich, and Mary Loyce Elmore, 22,1
the SUNMunicipal Luther Daymon, Ocala, no valid driver's Donald U Campbell, addition to dwell- Micanopy.
license. General Joseph Gann, Rt. 1, ing 113 WN 25th St., $1,400. John William Norman, 20, .,
violation of driver's license restrictions. Howard Z. Stryker, repair dwelling, i and Remand Elaine I Smith Pedemonti, 18, Bartow. finest in Chinese and
Hawthorne
i Wallace Llndsey 2401 Hawthorne 723 NW 15th St., $390. 30, Daytona
,Beach and Minnie
Lee
Nelson, 29,
Rd- Improper display of license tag. Walter R. Lee Jr., addition to dwelling Gainesville. American Cuisine.
Harold L. McCullars, 2205 SE 22nd Ave- 328 SW 40th Ter., $1.800. Robert Lee Hayes 21,
Court Mack L. Casey, 2825 NE 10th Drive, H. Caldwell: and wife, mortgage fore no valid driver's license. J. B. Mc- G. M. Davis Inc. build dwelling, and Omera Louise Benson, Gainesville,
Judge W. w. Hampton, PresidingAug. failure to yield right of way, $25. Ronald closure. Cullough, Rt. 4, no valid driver's license 119 SE 12th St., $6,000. ville. 18, Gaines- Serving from 11:00 to 10:00
It, im H. Boston, 14 NE 10th St. keeping Ivy H. Wilson and John J. Wilson v. Robert Tartaglione 1021 NE 22nd Ave. St. Augustine Church addition to Samuel Jones Jr, 19, Gainesville, and a.m. p.m.
dog without a license. $5. no valid driver's license. school 405 NW 4th Ave., SIXMO.
Karla
-SIgned written pleas of guilty: Nellie Anna Hill, cancel a contract. Margaret Ann Woodard, 19. Mlcanopy.
Mae Bohannon. 308 SE 71st Ter. viola Richard D. Bishop, 3720 NW 43rd St. Mid-State Homes Inc. v. George A. sentences: Richard Nlckson Ocala, Eva Brown, addition to dwelling, 423 Otho Thomas Barbour, 50. Reddick
tion of lane signal $10. Laura Louise ran red light $10. William Banks Jr. Terwilliger and wife, mortgage foreclo Improper backing of motor vehicle. $35 NE.19t11_ St- $1,000.. ... and_Etta ."Kathryn. Gibson, 29., Reddlck.WOVKI ._. ALSO-Orders to take out.
S If 807 NW 6th sure. or 15 Albert D. Roberts, ,
Ave days.
Ridgell 26 NE 17th St., no valid drivers speeding, $10. Ihsan S. Brook -- -- r- LEWIS erunson I" bainesvme
license, $20. James B. Sinclair, 909 SE Allan!, 1115 NE 11th Ave. ran stop Nellie Bland v. Hannah S. Chason, er, reckless display of firearms, $50; 2603 SW 13th St;$820. and Marjorie Sentelle locklair, 24.
8th Ave., careless driving, $25. Robert E. sign $10. Earnestine Acosta 1015 SE damages. or 30 days. Mary Stallworth, 410 NW Goerge Hayes, repair dwelling, 724 NW Jacksonville Beach.
Perrlne, 226R Fla. 3, failure to yield 10th Ter. ran red light $10. Clifton F. George Bosworth and wife v. Joe 2nd St., carrying concealed weapon. 2nd Ave. $878. Calvin Goodrich Lyons Jr. 25 Balm OPEN DAILY
right of way, $25. Mary Elizabeth Mills Strickland Attaqulgus, Ge.. driving while Frank Hembree damages. William Flllyall 1528 NE 8th Ave., Pearce Hunt Sr. repair dwelling, 826 and Sylvia Ann Miller 27, Gainesville.
Rt. 4. Intoxicated, George Bosworth and wife Alice NW 17th St. $100. Gerald Otto Priebe Jr. 22, Gaines-
allowing an unauthorized person to $150 and driver's license v. no valid driver's license. $35. Henry
drive, $20.Mack suspended three months.Sentences R. Demott, damages. I Morgan Frazee. 1704 NW 38th Ter. NW P. M. Boothby, remodel dwelling, 420 ville and Linda Elizabeth Dennis. 23. Phone 2.9127CLOSET
lath Ave. $400.Mrs. Gainesville. 813 W. Univ. Ave.
Shaw, 310 SW 8th Ave., speeding Kenneth R. Phifer and wife v. Specialty speeding traffic school and $20 court
: Richard F. Ross, 315 NE Cora Henry Matthews .
repair
$20 Darrell E. Davis, Jacksonville, Equipment Co. Inc, rescind a con Strong dwelling. Rodgers. 22 Gaines
Ing $10. Deborah speed- 4th St. U-Turn. $5 or 2 days, FredericJ. tract. costs. 212 NW 3rd Ave. $700.I. ville, and Gloria Ann Knight, 21, Gaines
C.
P.
Masing 412 NW Maley Daytona Beach, failure to yield Chester Marie Kattke 108 NW 36th St., no val- J. Ross. aid condition dwelling I ville.
lifts SU ran red light, $10. Catherine right of way. $15 or 5 days. Martha L. ders. A. Tanner v. Floyd J. Saun- id driver's license $35 or 5 days. William 3700 NW 12th Ave., $430.
Cronlse Rt. 1, driving while Intoxicated Peacock 518 NE 1st St care'ess driv- Harold Llppert 312 NE 1st Ave.. H. c. Chandler Estates, repair busi-
$150 and drivers license suspended: three Other Suits Ended speeding traffic school and $20 court ness. 1331 E. Univ. Ave. $800. I
months. condition First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. costs. Thomas Willard Olsen. 1216 SW Fla. Book Store addition to business' .
Jessie B. H. Vinson, 613 NW 2nd Of Gainesville v. Virginia Lee Chalfant, 2nd Ave.. driving while license can 1612 NW 1st Ave. 5355. i
St., failure to yield right of way, $25. Louis Crlswelt, (19 NW 7th Ave. drunk. John G. Kitchens, Lillian Silverman celled, $20 or 5 days. Hugh Edwards Inc, build dwellings SHOP-
Ella M. Gardner, ,$25 or 10 days. Chester Cutter, 226 NW
SE Itth Stfaulty William F. Morgan, Chesnut Office at: 1129 NW 39th Drive $10,000 1119
muffler. $10. Nis H Nissen III, 3003 :6th Ave., petit larceny, 10 days and $35 Equipment Co. First National Bank of driving Samuel on Bryant Smith side of 1818 road Waldo, traffic Rd.. NW 39th Drive, $1,000 1107 NW 39th
wrong
NE llth Dr., or 10 days backing through Intersec-
N state
drivers license. Gainesville and the State of Florida, Drive $10,000 1029 NW 39th
school and $25 costs. ; Drive. $10-
$20. Rowena L tion $7JO three 2nd Floor
Lewis, Gainesville, ran or days mortgage foreclosure. 'f
capias Issued for the arrest of 000 1019 NW 39th Drive, $10.000 1009
red light, $10. James Davis, 1020 NW 6th I Harold Clark McCrae, 19 SE 3rd Rd., : ;
Arthur Willis Combs, Hollywood, NW 39th Drive,
speed- NW
$10,000 1001 39th
Ave., backing Into Intersection, $10. driving while license suspended 30 days COURT OF RECORD Ing. Donald J. Leglna. New Orleans, Drive $10.000.
James E. Harris, 605 Waldo Rd.. block. and SOS or 15 days. Jesse Perry. NE La., speeding. Carl Edwin McQueen SPECIAL PURCHASE
ing traffic, $7.50. Joda W. Newsome Jr., 2nd St. faulty brakes, $15 or 5 days. Civil Dispositions Lacrosse, no valid driver's .license.
Waldo_ failure .to yield_right_ of way, $25. Charles Frederick Bailey.- Willis.- -Mich.. Charley F. Roberts Lake Butler, County
jerry r. shoplifting 5 days and $25 or 10 esaysBenjamin : Judge Ira Carter, Presiding no
arepnenson 2020 SE 48m Ter valid driver's license. Miles George WIlliams Leon G. Brinson, build two four-unit

speeding given$10., drunk Yancey, $30.C.Larry O'Riley.A. no Thomas address Hotel, drunk Franklin, $35 or Weeks 12 ,days.Corrmerclal Gladys Sarah E. Merchant administratrix of 709 SW 5th Ter. apartments at 6315 SW 13th St. $17,000 SALE
Hawthorne, ran red light $l0. Yandell 111 SW 2nd Ave, drunk, $25; the estate of W. E. Merchant, v. J. L. -, charges continued: Earnest T. Weldon each.
10 Tallahassee assault and battery. Leon G. Brlnson build residence, 6315
or days. Morris
Nonle Archer.
W. Davis,
Micanopy. ran red
light, $25. Virgil F. Parrill Dallas Texas Susie Coye Smith 1700 SE 3rd Ave.. Florida National Bank at Gainesvillev. Agnes check.B. Campbell. Cedar Key worthless SW 13th St. $17,000.
drunk, $25. Carlos A. Garcia, 2041 drunk, $40 or 20 days. Mathew Hill, 822 Ronald J. Lents 735 NE tth Ave. 48th St. three Emory charges Greene.of worthless 210 SE Humble Oil and Refining Co. build
service .
station 7305 NW 8th Ave $10-
SW 5th Ter.. drunk "ALADDIN"CORDLESS I
Betote Place. ran red light. $I0. Tomml $40 or 15 days. 1105.65 plus $4 costs.
Coward, Daytona Beach, speeding, $15. Herman Allen, 429 NW 5th Ave., willful William E. Morgan, doing business as check.pleaded not guilty: Ronald W. 000.Wilson i
John S. VanDerHoek, 1824 W. Univ., and wanton speeding, $100 or 30 days. Morgan Typewriter Agency v. Robert Scheck build four-unit apart I
Bradberry Starke. assault
Ave., ran led light, $10. Willie Lee Brooks. 602 NW 4th St. Holt d-ba Bob's Repair Service, $22.15 Bruce A. Gibbs, NW 55th and St. willfullyand battery. ments SW 27th at St 2927, $15,000.SW 27th St. $15,000 3005
James G. Pert 2014 NW 35th Ave.. drunk, $25 or 10 days. Alfred Burnett plus $4 costs. CARPET SWEEPER
maliciously killing II dog. Ernest build 4625 SW
ran stop sign, $10. Tom W. Allen Jr.. 520 SE 3rd St. drunk, $25 or 10 days. Albert Chesser Sr. d-ba Chessefs Sep Glover Smith no address listed, reckless 47th Cook$10.000.Lake residence
3101 SW 34th St., ran red light, $10. Harry Douglas Jr. 512 SE 15th St. tic Tank and Grease Trap Service v. driving. Johnnie Sturkes. 613 NW* Way Forrest Pentecostal Holiness
C. Hicks 301 SW 4th Ave. blocking petit larceny 5 days and $35 or 15 days. Keith G. Anerson d-b-a Hill Top Serv 2nd ,
traffic J7JO Paul D. Moore 1301 NW James McCoy 634 NE 20th St., discharging lice. Station Brooksville, $17.60 plus $4 -St'hr larceny.rffemlcitArf* Pavrf Ovilri.: Church Rd build, 15.000.church, 4507 SE Hawthorne --' ATTRACTIVE AND FUNCTIONAL!
31st Dr.. delinquent overtime parking firearms In city limits, 40 days I COSTS. 1318 SE 7th -Ave, disposing of- l -
property build Lot
Eugene Woods residence
ticket. $5. M. disorderly conduct $100 60 Thomas Wanner d-ba Tom's American ./
Flarry Tyson 1323 NW 8th or days. Mo- under lien (restitution ordered). 17 Serenola Plantation $1,600.Rena '=: --
St., parked In truck loading zone, $5. sell Alexander Bradley, SW 5th St. and Service v. Holiday Inn, $5864 plus sentencing deferred C -
: George Robinson, build residence Sec.
John T. Trowell), Lake th Ave. drunk, $35 or 12 days. $4 costs.
Butler carless
driving, $50. Iris N. Tomlinson, 1441 Henry W. Parklman St. Petersburg, Board of Control State of Florida Polk support., no address listed, withholding 151019.Pansy 5000.B. Cellon add to residence, FULLY OPENING DUST PANS STEEL HANDLE
(University of Florida Hospital and
SE 35th St., drunk and disorderly $50 or 30
driving on wrong side of days; 4203 NW 34th St 2400.
Clinics) v. Lloyd Rodney Fennel), Archer
$.. $10. resisting arrest, $50 or 30 days. Henry Building Permits Modern Homes Construction Co re-
Richard G. Thompson 321 NE 3rd St-i Francis Bacon, 2225 NW 8th Ct. drunk $63850 plus $10 costs. model residence. Sec. 12-8-17 1150. BAKED ENAMEL FINISH TUFTED BRISTLE BRUSH
ran red light, $10. Jacob F. Stowers $30 or 12 days. William Goduin, 609 SE Marlon Finance Co. Inc. v. John Land "H" Inc., build dwelling at 3659 NW Swim-Queen Pools, build swimming
III, 3101 SW 34th St., ran stop sign, $10. 2nd St. drunk, $30 or 12 days. $5 costs.Ovelda Colson, Trenton $9463 plus 21st Place. $12,000. pools at: 4000 NW 37th Drive, $2,500 LARGE CONTOUR BUMPER
Jerome D. Terry, Worthington, ran red Rita L. Walker Ernest L. Blair addition to dwelling, 2821 NW 23rd Blvd., 2500.
Daugherty Johnny
light, $10. Winkle V. Summers, 1130 NW COURTHOUSE RECORDS and Voiloa Walker, v. Mrs. Helen 1140 NE 10th Ave., $1,500. A. T. Douglas, build residence, 2221
4th St.. ran red light, $10. c-o Albert Higgins, repair business 702 NW 55th St. $8,000.A. .
Jones 403 SE 2nd St. $87.59 $5
Ernest G. Tetstone 307 NE 22nd Ter. Aug. 14-21,19M costs. plus SW 5th St., $800. T. Douglas, build residence, 2121
no driver's license. $20. Agatha P. Sonv Divorces Begun The Sherwin-Williams Co. T. J.i Ardis M. Blackburn, repair dwelling, NW 55th St. 7500. SPECIAL 5.99ANNUAL
mer, 223 SW 2nd Place, drunk, J25. JamesR. McCarthy. 3702 NW 20th Place.v. $42.44, 1435 NW 7th Ave., $590.C. Louvenla McPherson, add to residence, REG. 9.95
Smith 2204 NE 29tl Ave. speeding. Mary H. Pierce v. James R. Pierce. plus $9 costs. o. Dampier repair dwelling, 802 5907 SW 18th Ter. $250. : ,
Buster Harrison v. Lillian Harrison Pat Goheen Associates Inc.. Sherwood NW 23rd Blvd., $270. "H" Inc., build residences at: 3300 i
$20.David Judith v.
P. Smith, Rt.2,expired driver's E. Finley v. Charles A. Finley .
Ann L Corp. c-o Paul Grimes, 2711 SW
Pauling Ted L
license, $20. George R. Sherrets. 1131 v. Pauling
Morris Thomas Elizabeth 4th Place, $76.55 plus $4 costs.
NE 10th Place expired drivers license v. E. Thomas United States Rubber Co. v. Jack
$20. Henry F. Newman, 2225 NW 8th Divorce Suits Ended Oliver and Jackie Oliver d-b-a Oliver's
Ct.. Shell Service, Hawthorne 1448.72
speeding $10. Elizabeth Louise Mathes plus
v. Terry A.
Robert L. Mitchell 1954 NE 4th Ave. Mathes $6 costs.
ran stop sign, $25. Benjamin F. Mid- Ernest H. Austin Jr. v. Martha A. K. _
gene, 1127 NE 23rd Blvd. ran red light Austin COURT OF RECORD l
W4
$10. David L. Meadows, Rt. 4, parked Helen R. Glover v. Charles A. Glover 4
In truck loading zone, $5. Edna A Mar. Beverly W. Musgrove v. Keith M. Criminal Dispositions jQ / /
tin High Springs, passing at Intersection Uusgrove U4j /
$25. Daniel L. Lindsey, 3101 SW Thomas C. Gant v. Molly H. Gant Judge Ira Carter, Presiding 7N/ f IIN /
:34th St speeding. $10. Other Suits Begun
James A. Lee, 815 NE 18th Ter., speed The -forfeitures: Ulysee Franklin Ocala
County Trust Co. Inc: Jack
v.
no valid driver's license, $35. Nathaniel
ing, $10. David Jones Jr. 821V NW
8th Ave. disorderly conduct, ttS. JohnN.
Howell. Brooker, ran stop sign, $10.

Lauren prohibited R.turn Housel, $10.!, 4814 SW 47th Way, FREE YOUR GOLD NEW MONEY KEY .SAVING. STOCK-UP NOW FOR FALL & WINTER & SAVE !

Doyle L. Heathcoat, '59 SE 4th St.,
ran red light $10. Gary E. Hawk. 4027 KEY AUTO POLICY
NW 13th Ave. ran stop sign, $10. Al- CANNON WHITE PERCALE SHEETS72"xI0S"
bert M. Heller. 1122 NW 6th St. speedIng ;

speeding, $10., Leslie$10. Sarah Gray L 2012 GoddaM NW ,13th Rt.St.3. 'WITH TWIN, REG. 3.09 . . SALE 2.19 78"x75", KING OR DUAL TWIN, FITTED,
one way street violation. Richard W. Enuay Cross Agency
Fletcher, Newberry parked In truck loadIng REG. 7.19 . . . . WHITE SALE 5.9981"xl08"
zone, $5. Same M. Dukes Mlcanopy.
ran red light, $10. ,;; FULL, REG. 3.39 . . SALE 2.4990"xI08"
Llllle Mae Copeland, 1227 SE 19th Ter.
no valid driver's license, $20. Dean M. 1109 N. MAIN
ST. PHONE 60"x80" SIZE FITTED
376-4582 QUEEN
Chesser Williston, ran red light, $10. EXTRA WIDE FLAT ,
Horace O. Cason. Rt. 2, speeding. $10. ,
UGUST REG. 4.99 . . . . WHITE SALE 3.99
.1 REG. 3.69 . .. WHITE SALE 2.99



More Fun For Your T.V. Dollar j: 99"x80", LONG TWIN, FITTED, 122"x108", KING SIZE, FLAT,

REG. 3.39 . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.49 REG. 7.19 . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 5.99




54"x80", LONG FULL, FITTED, PILLOW CASES, REG. 79c . . . SALE 69c
With A Zenith Color T.V. REG. 3.69 . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99



CANNON SCALLOPED WHITE PERCALE SHEETS


N. C. FLA. LARGEST DISPLAY OF 72"xl08", TWIN SIZE, FLAT ONLY, REG. 3.69 . .. AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99


1- 81"xl08", FULL SIZE, FLAT ONLY, REG. 4.09 . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 3.29

ZENITH COLOR I

T.V. PILLOW CASES, REGULARLY 1.19 EA. .. . .. AUGUST WHITE SALE 99c EACH



JUST IN !

OUR OWN BRAND IINOBLECRAFTICANNON


WORlO MATTRESS PADS
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fANOUSiFJTi1i I I I EMPRESS % >-

e FITTED TWIN, .

REG. 4.99 AUGUST WHITE SALE

i 3.99OWELS c

HANDCRAFTEDDependability : FITTED FULL L

REG. 5.99 AUGUST WHITE SALE 4.99


for Greater EXTRA SIZED FITTED, IN WHITE -/

60"x80", REG. 5.99 WHITE SALE 4.99 AND : 4


76"x84", REG. 7.99 WHITE SALE 6.99 LUSCIOUS,

$ No production


shortcuts ANCHOR TWIN, NEW DECORATOR COLORS:

,T .P pa o, REG. 3.99 .. AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99


No printed PINK. GRAY, YELLOW. ROSE. PURPLE. GREEN


circuits ANCHOR FULL, AUGUST WHITE SALE 3.99 ORANGE. LT. BLUE. AQUA MED. BLUE. TANG

REG. 4.99 ..
CAFE AU LAIT."Noblecraft" .

anger lasting i

m.. capacity plus"compon.nts .... BATH MATS
.
,

I miui ,, : WILSON'S REG. 2.99, White Sale 2.59OWN


I 1"" BRAND
S Zenith

High Fidelity BATH TOWELS
,

, Speakers REG. 1.99vhjte Sale| 1 1.69
"" _____...... _
f ,, nel.OlHWM. Model 5261HU .
911/fMin renF ch $77000
\ i Q.nuineCherry fruitwood veneirsindhardwood ;

solids. rww HAND TOWELS,
"
\\ >>--I REG. 99c:, White Sale 89<

Zenith's Super Gold Video Guard Zenith's Patented Color TV .

82 Channel Tuning System Demodulator Circuitry

\ J- #lin with 125 gold contacts for I for ColoTV'1 most accurate -' \ \\dMJFf i ii WASH CLOTHS,

longer TV life,greaUr picture hues. It'* the "elec i I
REG.
asp
stability. tronic brain"color TV.QUALITY White Sale 39*




makes the performance difference "PIPING Ii n"" ,

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ZENITH $ 399 i95 BEDSPREADS "NOBLECRAFT" /



COLOR T.V. UP ARE JUST ABOUT STANDARD '! DACRON '14Ijh j f


FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL! ,> k /ff

OR FOAMRUBBER
LONG WEARING J_t:

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"PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED BY EASY-TO-CARE-FOR


COUCH'S OWN ZENITH TECHNICIANS"COUCH'S i SOJL RESISTANT BEDPILLOWS .


17 GAY COLORS ,


608 N. OPEN TO 9 P.M. BUNK Reg. 8.99 . . SALE 7.99 ::
I :: I

MAIN ST.FRIDAY NIGHTS TWIN, Reg. 10.99 . ... .. SALE 8.99


PHONE FR 6-7171 FULL, Reg. 10.99 . : .. SALE 8.99KING .

BUY 6 WAYS NO REG..4.99 August White Sale 3.99
MONEY DOWN Reg. 19.99, : . .. SALE 17.99 ,


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